New Haven High School - Elm Tree Yearbook (New Haven, CT)

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F J P L 'he 4 lm Zifrrn Edzfor Ill CIHC1 BRRR ARD XX 01.1 1: qhijfllllf Edrfoz IH I dzfm L11 ORLI I'hLDMAN JOSIPH Bur. Izdlfofml laomd DURIQ AYRFS MARc ARI-T Row ALI xx NRI IXIFLVIN BISHOP BARBXRA bcHRr1BER Cr mor Mxsr. MARION C SHFRIDAN BIMIIIPSA Manager In NNI TH W LTD Bzzsnzrss Bomd ,HH LIP Bmw sT0N SIDINI x KAUFMAN MARR Bum x Q5 I Al LIN1 XVFIN1 RALB RLD Ew ART KVM TFR XVFIRQM AN I . , ,V T. 1 ' . f , 3 ' . , . 1. , , NIORTON SILVERMAN ,U Q ,ut IR . wa: ' 1. , N - J . , t . , L J JNL X I 4243 w IX - QL'-mf .4 1 a CN J v 5' .J x .,,,,'-'1 3. . 06 O6 l K 3 5 I 1 Q, L N v K2 lb Class of Nineteen tlzirty-one: A school, the same as every other going concern. is judged by the calibre of its product. A product is usually the result of converting raw material into a finished, useful article. But a school's product ditters from that of other industries in that it is not wrapped, packed, and sold by the wholesale. The school is dealing with individual units. no two of whom are alike. NVe try to put into our product strength. durability, attractiveness. polish. and withal a pro- duct noted for its outstanding character, individuality, and usefulness. VVe do not advertise our product,-it must sell itself. It must show its ability to grow in use- fulness, more and more as time goes on. It must show its ability to create, serve, love, and worship, it must help to make the VVorld a better place in which to live. Our product is labeled Somebody and not just a common Anybody. All this may sound rather impersonal but it may suggest to you the attractive- ness and possibilities of the years ahead of you and the happy, useful life each may live, and the service he may render if he will. My best wishes go to each of you. CHARLES L. KIRSCIINER, N. H. H. S. '88. 12 I 1 K E J!!! J . QM To the Class of 1931: After four years of such close association as we have enjoyed together in this school, it is hard to realize that you are so soon to leave us and take up the serious responsible work which lies just ahead of you. With this thought in all our minds at this season of the school year, we pause to give expression to our feelings and I want you to know that my kinclest hopes and wishes go with youg that you may find happiness and cheer in life 3 that you may he diligent in your efforts, faithful in your duties, honest and true in all service which you are privileged to renderg and that you may always bear in mind the loyal interest which your Alma Mater has had and always will have in you. Cordially yours, JANET M. PURDUE. 13 X x 0 5555 QF N LZ' In the history of the world many nations have risen through countless struggles to greatness and fame. So long as their citizens were people of sturdy upright char- acter, greatness and power endured. But when the character of the people became soft and degenerate, all nations have declined in power and fallen into decay. Education builds character. This character building is the most important reason for the existence of schools. Every year New Haven High School sends out into the community strong, sturdy citizens of high ideals who are well trained to enter into the life of this city and of our nation. It is my Firm and confident belief that the members of the Class of 1931 have grown greatly during the past four years in character and ideals. lt is my hope that you will realize your ideals. VVith best wishes for a happy and prosperous future, I am Cordially yours, IRVING N. COUNTRYMAN. N. H. H. S. 1901. 14 .44 l l mgeudw Your four years of learning in New Haven High are at an end. VVhat seemed a long time at its beginning now at its conclusion seems a short one. And yet in a sense your high school learning is not over, nor ever will be. In part it has crys- talized into habits which will relieve the mind from giving too much conscious atten- tion to actions along their particular lines.. In part it has prepared the soil, enriched the mind, made it more fertile to receive with understanding the impressions which will come from college life and studies, or from a business career in its set-up and insistent requirement for action. W'e hope that the habits will turn out to have been the ones to make you stronger for your daily living and that your ability to image ideals, see facts. and make creditable decisions will prove that in mind and spirit you have been preparing for the future education which you are bound, in one way or another, to continue to acquire. I VV e trust you have had happy years in your High School and hope you have happier ones yet in store. RALPH VVEN'rwoRTH. 15 g. 4 L l E :XLFRED E. PORTER, B.A., MA. 3708 VVhitney Avenue, Mount Carrnel Head of the Latin Department IVIARION C. SHERIDAN, MA., B.S. 711 Orange Street Head of the English Department . 7Lm,z.4,, .s ww 16 E THOMAS F. TAYLOR, B.A., MA. 345 Sherman Avenue Head Of the Modern Language Department ARTHUR E. BOOTH, Ph.B., C. E. 44 Belmont Street Head Of the Mathematics Depzlrtnment I , , 17 3 RTARY NV. PATTENV, A.B., MA. 161 Mansfield Street Head of the Biology Department may gf, Tlmzz. ROBERT LANGDALE. Ph.B. Short Bc-z1cl1 Head of the Science Department 18 020 L.. ......l o'o O 2 -loscnn ..,.,.. E 1Hrvnihvn1'z wnage Fellow Cqlll5Sll1df0S.' VV e have come at last to the close of our four years of high school training. It is with an emotion of mingled joy and regret that we leave the portals of Hill- honse: regret that after four years in which we have made new friends and new contacts, we are leaving our alma mater: and joy, because we face the future con- fidently, equipped with an education which will serve us well. Our high school career is now behind us. and we must turn to new fields. The education we have secured is the instrument with which we shall perform new tasks. If we strive hopefully, we should not fail of success. Let us, then. turn towards the future with assurance and willingness to work hard, and when we have attained our ambitions, we may look hack and realize that the cornerstone of our success was laid here. JOHN IJORSEY, President. 20 ' v K lvkh' I 4 X v ,v fx F. w V N w I I E Snphnmnrv fqintnrg Full-fledged Sophomores! As we passed through familiar corridors and recog- nized the faces in the throng that paraded the upper floor, it seemed rather hard to believe that another year of hard work and perhaps of fame lay before us. The Sophomore Motto Club was the first official sophomore body to be organ- ized. Its officers were: president, Bert Skip, vice-president, Bud King: and treas- urer, Estelle Goode. This was later followed by the XVriters' Club, under Miss Garving the Dramatic Club, under Mr. Denny: the Debating Club. under Mr. Lagroeg the Philatelic Society, under Miss Merrillg the Boys' and Girls' Glee Club, under Mr. Crosbyg the Afternoon Orchestra, under Mr. Mallette, and the Hi-Y and Tri-Y, under the auspices of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. In the matter of sports the class of 1931 did very well. As no football was allowed for the first time in the afternoon school, the rooms were obliged to or- ganize touch-football teams to determine the championship of the afternoon school. This proved to be a huge success among the afternoon boys. The only sophomore who won a place on the varsity football team this year was Mush Dreisen. The afternoon girls' field hockey enjoyed a very successful season, starring Marie Ford and Rosaline Spector. VVhen winter came, it brought many sports for the sophomore class. Although no sophomore made the varsity basketball team, the boys were very much interested in it. Under the direction of Mr. Culver and the Motto Club, an intramural basket- ball league was formed, as in touch-football. The swimming team under Mr. Sproule, starring the Ferguson brothers. Olesen, Batter, and Burke, defeated many teams about the city. The afternoon hockey team, under Mr. Shanley, defeated the varsity team, Commercial, and W'est Haven. Thompson, Slattery, Bath, and Seiverd were the outstanding players. The girls' afternoon basketball team, which was soon formed, won second place in the girls' basketball league. At the end of the winter, the Motto Club ran a Social, which was a huge success. With the coming of the spring vacation appeared the long-awaited annual publication of the Hillhouse Gleam. The sophomores who contributed to the Glcam were Martha Harmon, Luther VVeigle, Robert Simonds, and Dorothy Rosenstock. The poem by Martha Harmon appeared in The North American Review for July, 1930. VVith spring came the results of the Sentinel competition. Bernard Wolfe, Alice Gunnip, and Samuel Toworoff were the first to win places on the Editorial Board, while Bud King and Frances Guerrieri were selected for the Business Board. In the spring sports, the class of 1931 was represented very well. Shorty Torello and Greiser were on the varsity baseball team, while Nelson and Flood constantly starred on the track team. Under the coaching of Mr. Spiller and Mr. Gartland, an afternoon baseball team was organized to engage in games with the junior high schools in the city. Those most prominent on this team were Bassett, Giannotti, and Vetrone. Minnie Meadows won the girls' sophomore tennis championship, while Welch was the victor among the boys. In scholastic achievements, the class of 1931 ranked highest among all the classes, having a total of thirty-eight honor students. The class next in rank had only thirty-two. Closer and closer crept june upon us, bringing along with it the final examina- tions. After days of intense studying, the examinations arrived, and before we realized it, our sophomore year was a thing of the past. 22 E Eluninr intnrg Upon our return to school in the fall of '29, many of the most prominent of our class were elected to fraternities and sororities. After the football season, which was not especially successful. the players chose Mush Dreisen as captain for the following year. Prospects looked promising for the next season, as there were five junior regulars on the team: Dreisen, Slattery, Nielson, Vlfunderlee. and Mal- lory. The soccer team had won the state championship and had elected Al Cash to be captain of the '31 team. Another championship was in view for the following year, because the team was composed, for the most part, of juniors. As for our cross-country team, we had two juniors, Lockyer and Heermans, as our scintillating stars. The latter was chosen captain. The Smztinel competition, which had started early in the fall, resulted in the selection of Fifteen juniors for the Editorial Board and four for the Business Board. Christmas, a season in which students recuperate from their strenuous mental exertions, was then enthusiastically welcomed. When we returned after our recess, the basketball team displayed good form, but later it collapsed and was eliminated from the Yale Tournament. This was the First misfortune of that nature under Coach Bowen's direction. As there were no junior regulars on the team, a captain was not elected: hence joe Weiner, Leo Davin, joe Gold, and Eddy Goldstein were the nucleus around which the '31 team was to be formed. I-Iappy Days arrived! This minstrel, sponsored by the Athletic Association and under the direction of Messrs. Crowley and Merriam, was such a huge success that it had to be staged a second time. Occasionally during the semester, the York Square Players entertained us with a number of plays. One of the most interesting of these was Submcrgcd, which Won the second prize in the Yale Drama Tournament. In the meantime, the swimming team finished a triumphant season, winning the state championship. john Brest, Bob Burke, Franklin Ferguson, and Howard Olesen were state champions in their events, while state records were made by Brest, Burke, and Olesen. The last two were elected captains of the swimming and water polo teams, respectively. The hockey team closed its season successfully, having been vanquished only by Kent. Harry Thompson was chosen captain and Larry Feinstein and Morse Ginsberg, managers. In spite of the lack of a coach, the wrestling team made a gallant fight to keep our name high in scholastic sports. The results, however, were not of the best. Benny Magun, as captain for the next year, was assigned a difficult task. Members of the Writers' Club produced a great quantity of work. During the year, various speakers addressed the club. At one of the boys assemblies, through the courtesy of Miss Connelly, we enjoyed witnessing the process of the printing of the N cw Y ark Times. The Sentinel held its annual banquet at Easter, and the new staff was an- nounced. It consisted of Luther Weigle as editor-in-chief, Bernard Wolfe and 23 Molly Kowalewski as assistant editors, John Dorsey as assignment editor, Betty Cornwall as competition editor, and Joseph Blacharski as sport editor. VVhen the Hi-Y held elections, Luther VVeigle became president, Bud King, vice-president, and Fletcher Ferguson, secretary and treasurer. At the end of the Gleami competition, Joe Levy was selected as editor-in-chief, Bernard VVolfe as associate editor, and Eugene Kiley as business manager. The greatest excitement of the year was the election of class officers. When the campaign came to a conclusion, John Dorsey had been elected presldentg Alice Gunnip, vice-presidentg Janice Burt, secretary 5 and Frank Carrigan, treasurer. Early in the season, the faculty members decided to dispense with the Monitor Squad and assume the duties themselves. The baseball team, after much practice, completed one of the most remarkable seasons Hillhouse has enjoyed on the diamond. With little discussion, Shorty Torello, who had been a member of the team since his sophomore year, was elected captain. Meanwhile, the Aero and Radio Clubs were progressing. The Radio Club built a transmitter and a broadcasting station in West Haven. The Class Book otlicials were next to be chosen. Kiddie VVo1fe and Ken Weed were elected editor and business manager, respectively. Many juniors took an active part in the various contests that were being held in the latter part of the school year, as the results indicate. The William Kinney Prize was won by Sylvia Dworski 3 the first and second Inter-Sorority Prizes for English were won by Frances Fitzpatrick and Edith Alper, respectively, Bernard Wolfe again showed his ability by winning the Harvard Club Prize: in the Gleam Poster Contest, Joseph Bill received honorable mention: in the Garden Poster Contest, Robert Simmonds received the same distinction: in the Community Chest Contest, Cashman received honorable mentiong the Girls' Inter-Class Tennis Championship was won by Minnie Meadow, the first prize in the Aero Club Poster Contest was captured by Milton Bishop. The junior year was the busiest which the Class of '31 had experienced. The majority of the students finally struggled through the so-called final examinations and by one device or another had hopes of becoming seniors. 24 E Senior igininrg As the leaves began to turn red and yellow, once more we thronged back to the portals of Hillhouse, this time for the last stretch. If we were foolish, we looked back, ruminating on the pastg if we were wise, we looked forward with an- ticipation to the future. Being a wise class, we knew the future had great things in store for us. Soon arrived the exacting assignments, assemblies, the commencement of ath- letics, the appearance of the Scrntinvl, and we were launched on a colorful year. We saw pledgees going through their unhappy antics, some displaying vivid red neckties, others industriously trying to walk the lines on the corridor floors in the manner of a tight-rope performer. From our lofty perch we viewed the junior class. The boys tried to convince themselves that the junior girls were more deco- rative to our school than "les jeunes lilies" of '3l. An inexperienced squad responded to the football call for candidates. Handi- capped by the poor practice field and the absence of the regular line coach, the team emerged from a difficult schedule with two losses, one tie, and four victories. When Commercial went down in a 12-6 defeat one frosty Thanksgiving morning, everyone was happy. Captain Mush Dreisen, Fred Ritter, Joe Slattery, Milt Bellin, Lolly Griser, and George Nielson were the highlights in the defense of our goal through- out the season. Meanwhile, two minor sports were responsible for the bestowal of many more honors upon our school and class. First, the cross-country squad finished their season bearing the title of state champions, Captain Harry Heermans having won the annual road race. The soccer team, led hy Al Cash, was the best in many years. They, too, finished their schedule as state leaders. Fred Todd was elected chairman of the class picture committee. A tennis queen, Mary Stowell, emerged from our group of fair ones by win- ning the state interscholastic tennis title. The class of 1931 won the Sentinel panel 5 the Gleam editorial, art, and business competitions began, a fencing team was or- ganizedg class officers were nominated, and then-the Christmas season supplanted all activities. Back to school again! The first event of importance in the new year-our graduating year-was the election of class officers. As a result. Johnnie Dorsey was again president, and Alice Gunnip, Janice Burt, and Frank Carrigan were vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. Everyone's attention was drawn to basketball for these few months, at the culmination of which the team won the District Cup. With Joe Weiner, Fred Ritter, and joe Gold beseiging the enemy defense, our opponents stood little chance. At this time, the four senior committee chairmen were elected by the class. The results were, joe Weiner, class day chairmang Fletch Ferguson, class motto chairman, Bob Lee, class gift chairman 3 and Fred Ritter, promenade chairman. 25 The joyous event of the year arrived-"Happy Days"! An extremely enter- taining and talented group of performers, under the musical direction of Sanford Green, played before capacity houses for two nights, providing a rollicking good time for all. 'li ' The puck-chasers of the hockey team, after a victorious season. were unfor- tunately defeated by Commercial in the district title race, mainly because of the ab- sence of Captain Harry Thompson and Ben Bamford. Presently the class became aware of two other athletic teams which made re- markable showings, the track and swimming squads. At the start of the season, the former won the state interscholastic track meet by an overwhelming score, Cap- tain Read, Harry Heermans, and Norm Brown starring. Not to be outshone, the blue and white mermen, including Captain Bob Burke, Frank and Fletch Ferguson, Nat Batter, and Bill Oleson, easily captured the state title for the second consecu- tive year. Luther Weigle, Bud King, and their staffs received congratulations when The Senfinrl won second prize in the Columbia Scholastic Press Association competition. VVhen the balmy southern breezes promised warmth, the class, with mingled feelings, contentedly ceased the furious pace of the last few months. Letting the sunshine temporarily dissolve the ominous shadows of college boards, we scattered for the Easter vacation-and rest. The proverbial "spring fever" was our alibi. Finally two long-awaited events came along-Class Day and Graduation. Joe Weiner's committee arranged an excellent program for Class Day, what with his- tories, hilarious prophecies, and everything that goes with them. And then-ah, and then-Graduation arrived, with George Feldman, Dorothy Rosenstock, Joe Levy, and Betty Cornwall delivering the orations. Needless to say, most of us re- ceived diplomas and marched oil happily, triumphantly, towards-who knows? 'fl if s ' 26 E Hrnphrrg nf tht 0112155 nf 1931 As I was deeply engrossed in a copy of Doctor Bernard Wolfe's "Life of President Hoover", I was informed that a telegram, which had arrived for me. was being held at the desk. Doctor VVolfe, as the youngest man ever to sit in the presi- dent's chair at Columbia University, had been recognized by Doctor Luther Weigle, editor of the New York Times, as one of the foremost literary critics of the day. Doctor Wolfe's latest book was based upon a diary presented to him by Herbert Hoover, Jr., as a testimonial to the latter's friendship. I sent for the telegram, which, as I hoped, was from an old high school friend of mine, Captain M. Allen Pond, U. S. N., who had spent a number of years on submarines after graduating from Annapolis. The message was more than pleas- ing. Through the efforts of United States Senator Dorsey and Representative Alice Gunnip, the youngest lady ever granted a seat in either house, I had been ap- pointed Ambassador to France. I was to leave New York in the morningg hence I set out to bid farewell to some of 1ny friends. After making reservations with McGuire's Steamship Agency, I called on Douglass Yerxa, junior partner of the firm of Y erxa and Son, installers of tele- vision sets. This company had been so successful in the eight years since television had been proved a practical means of communication in 1934 that the profits had been counted in the millions. As Doug had no other engagements for the evening, we set out for a downtown theatre, where George Nichols and Sam Sachs had been playing to capacity crowds for over six months. Our surprises at the theatre were many. Old and young alike cursed to them- selves because Doug and I lingered at the ticket window for two minutes, renewing friendships with B. Bamford, who was manipulating the automatic change ma- chine. Once inside the theatre, we were politely requested to refrain from discussing aloud the merits of the flowing hair of the orchestra conductor, Sanford Green. After the performance, we obtained stage passes from the manager, none other than our old friend, Bud King, and we then traveled backstage to congratulate the actors. As we were discussing the plot of the play, which was one of Professor Kaufman's latest dramatic sensations, in walked Fred Ritter, ,Toe Weiner, Mush Dreisen, and Vin V etrone, all members of the New York Giants football team. Ritter announced that he had just returned from a trip to New Haven, where he had met many old friends. In order to be able to eat and talk without interrup- tion, Doug, Fred, and I set out for Jimmy Curran's famous "dive". "Yes," said Fred, after we had been seated, "Nate Fitch finally graduated from Hillhouse last spring and is now preparing for Yale at a "prep" school in northern Connecticut. I understand that he finally graduated because Milt Erickson and Professor Guerrieri were tired of seeing him around." "But, what about some of the girls ?" I asked him, remembering his weakness. "VV ell," he replied, "do you remember Eunice Voos? She's annexed the name of Todd now and has been working in the interests of charity since her marriage. And Frances Farnham is secretary of the Y. VV. C. A., while Minnie Meadows is the physical director." . 27 Ewftflfl TREE Bl "Let's go to my house for the rest of the evening," said Doug. "It's to be our last night together for many a month, and we have so nmch to discuss. Besides, I want you to meet Mrs. Yerxaf' This last statement was indeed a surprise to me. After considerable question- ing, I learned that Mrs. Yerxa was really the former Barbara Schreiber. As we stepped to the curb. a taxi came to an abrupt stop in front of us, nearly throwing us to the pavement. As soon as the driver had been given his directions through the phone, we began to guess at the nationality and merits of this driver from his picture and driving abilities. "I thought there was only one driver in the world," said Ritter, "who could drive through trafhc like this and miss pedestrans and cars by such narrow margins." "Who is that?" I asked. "Bob Lee," he replied, as we missed another man by an inch. just then we heard the driver mutter, "All right, Grant, I may have missed you that time, but I'1l get you coming back." As we remembered this expression as an old favorite of Bob's, we realized that it was really he who was driving us through heavy traffic. He apologized aloud for missing that last pedestrian, whom he claimed was Sherman Grant. "He sold me a three buck pair of shoes for 354.98 yesterday, and at that they were too small for me." After a quiet evening with the Yerxa family, I set out for the Carrigan Hotel, where I slept soundly after receiving the attentions of the proprietor. Frank Carri- gan. My only interruption to this sleep was a dream in which the clothing store of "Stein, Goldstein, and Feinstein" was burned to the ground, the insurance had run out after their last fire. While I was eating breakfast in the hotel dining room, I noticed a large man staring at me. Because of the blank expression on his face, I knew that he could be no other than a New York detective sergeant. When I had finished my meal, I walked to his table and demanded the reason for his constant watch over me. "VVell," he replied in a dead monotone, "I'm Sergeant VVilliam I-Iolloran from the Identification Bureau. This is my partner, Detective Degnan. He thinks he has seen you some place before, and, as he is a wizard at remembering faces, I guess you'll have to come to headquarters." No amount of explaining could convince them that they had really seen me at the New Haven High School 5 hence I was taken before Magistrate Melnick, who immediately recognized me and sent me off to catch the Gold liner before it left. I had two quiet nights aboard ship. Then came a furious sea. After hours of agony, I was removed to the ship's hospital, where I was treated by Doctor Flynn, ship's surgeon, who had as his head nurse Barbara Morgan, now Mrs. Flynn. I learned from Doctor Flynn that joe Bill had just been decorated by the King of England for an old English drawing which he had duplicated to the king's liking. Many times during the trip I sat for hours with the doctor, talking about our old school days. It was with great reluctance that I left the ship at Cherbourg, a full day late as a result of the storm. The only possible means by which I could arrive at the consulate in time to fulfill orders was to travel by airg accordingly, I made reservations on the next air 28 E liner and proceeded to Paris with Pilot VValt Hayes and Mechanic Charles Mix in charge of the plane. The members of the crew were discussing the coming Olympic meet which was to be held in Paris. Many boys who had trained at Hillhouse were representing the United States. There were Lockyer, Heermans, Zeider, and Read, of the track teamg Ferguson, Carlson, and Bilewitz, of the swimming team: Slattery of the hockey squad 5 and Judd of the fencing team. Rose Alper and Betty Ford were also with the group. Doctor Milano had come to France as trainer and physician in charge of the health of the Olympic Team. He had qualified for the position by being a member of the wrestling team at Johns Hopkins University. I also learned from Walt that his navigation orders were being sent to him by jimmy Altieri, chief radio operator for the transport lines. He had as his assistant Pete Romansky. This pair had made it possible, through a patented invention, to gain instant communication from land with any ship, showing to the flier a full view of the ground below, even through a dense fog. Being more than pleased with the reports I had been given in regard to Hill- house graduates of the class of '31, I proceeded to the Embassy with an air of com- plete satisfaction, dodging taxicabs en route, as I continued to study "French in Three Easy Lessons", by Charles Gaifney and Edward Howley. HIILBERT STEWART. A N T -g fs ,wgsy fr - E X . Q fv f r 29 'F , 'E -.v Q HELEN ERNESTINE AARONSON II E II "T'werp" 344 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Activities: Hockey fl, 21 5 Bas- ketball C11g Volleyball 121. Plans to enter Barnard Col- lege. Hobby is horseback rid- lllg. 9 M URRAY ABRAMAN frhluggyu 184 Howard nue. Pre- pared at T n 6101. Ac- ti ' ' . - nd Q1-41, rchestra qlgiixfiono Club 121, V01- leyball Q41 3 President Progres- sive Society, Plans to enter Conn. College of Pharmacy. Hobby is skating. IWARION Ames ABRAMS l!BabeU 14 Kirkham Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, E. H. Activities e Tri-Y C213 Tennis Tournament QZ1. Plans to enter Fannie Smith's Kindergarten School. Hobbies are sports and dancing. Dokorm-:A ELIZABETH ABT ' ll'D0tIl 14 Rosette Street. Prepared at St. Peter's School. Activi- ties: Tri-Y Cl, 2, 31 3 Dramatic Club 111: Volleyball 1115 French Club 13, 41, J. M. P. R. C. 131. Hobby is skating. ef PETER PAUL Ammo "Pete" 8 Academy Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Activi- ties: Italian Club 13,413 Span- ish Club 141. Plans to enter Washington and Lee Univer- sity. Hobbies are skating and swimming. - Q s ELYN AN ADA fIAdie!l 332 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Activities: Glee Club Q1-415 Dramatic Club C11 3 Chorus C2, 31. Plans to become a dieti- cian. Hobbies are dancing and reading. GUIDO AGOSTINELLI 115 Dewitt reet. Prepared at p ' High. Activi- tie.. ouncil C11- French Club 41: Chemi rf Club' 1. P ttf s n- gi ' e Colleg obbies are reading and mechanical drawing. STEPHEN JOSEPH AUERN "Steve" - 193 Spring Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart School. Activ- ities: Aero Club C3, 413 Base- ball Team Q31 3 Volleyball Team C41. Plans to enter Harvard. Hobby is swimming. M ARY LoU1sE ALLARA 2494 Whitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Centerville Grammar School. Activities: Dramatic Club 111 5 French Club 141. Fu- ture plans: Albertus Magnus College. Hobbies: Reading and sports. IYTARIAN ALLEN "Babe" 3195 Whitney Avenue, Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Car- mel Grammar School. Activi- ties: Tri-Y 141. Future plans: Nursing. Hobbies: Swimming and skating. ROBERT LANSING ALLEN "Bob" 439 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High School. Activities: Dramatic Club 11, 215 School Council 1115 Aviation Club 12, 315 Boys' Glee Club 1415 Cheer Leader 111 5 York Square Play- ers 141. Plans to enter Pratt's Institute. Hobby: Swimming. RosE FREDA ALPER, II E II "Babe" 27.2 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High School. Activities: Field Hock- ey Team 12, 3, 415 Basketball Team 12, 3. 415 Writers' Club 12, 3, 415 Dramatic Club 1215 Sen!im'I Editorial Board 1315 Volleyball Team 1315 School Circle 131. Plans to enter Smith College. o f ' danc ing. i, ll ll MAE AI.PERT, cp 2 qu 136 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High School. Member of Girls' Leadership Club 1115 Motto Club 121: Dramatic Club 1215 German Club 141. Plans to en- ter Rutgers. Hobby is ping pong. AARON LEWIS ALXLPROWITZ, da B mme" ' J 2 lcott Street. Plifpared a ar Hav 1 nior High S ho l. Me r of Track T in 11 41 matic Club 11, 215 .s Country Team 13, 41: X r Square Players 141. Plan to study account- ing at N. Y. U. Hobby is track. AMY .ALT 21 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Ivy Street School. Left school on October 1, 1930. VINCENT JAMES .ALTIERI 188 Lafayette Street. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High School. Activities: Radio Club 13, 415 Debating Society 13, 415 Cross Country and Track Teams 141. Plans to become an electro-chemical engineer. E lyfmzv PHyLL1s AMMO, :In E A 94 Lake Place. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Basketball Team C153 Motto Club Clj Q Chorus CZ, 45 3 Italian Club C3J. Plans to be- come a nurse. Hobby is danc- ing. ' Louis AN-XSEAS10 1 "ArcIzic"' 167 W'est Street. Prepaiied at Truman Sghool. Activities: Debating Club CZ, 43 VVriters' Club mg French ,club 443: Chemistry Club C4'5. !iPlans to enter Yale. JANET DAv1s .ANDREWS njayn 2795 VVhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Mt. Carmel Grammar School. Activities: Orchestra C115 Chorus C2, 433 Hiking Club C352 Tri-Y C4J. Plans to become a librarian. Hobbies are skating and hiking. HELENE .ANNA ANroN 76 Elihu Street. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: Hiking Club C311 J. M. P. R. C. C3lQ Glee Club C353 Chorus C3, 41. Plans to enter college. Hobby is music. FRED S1Lv1o ANTON 1-31.1.1 ' "Ant" 711 Woodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Columbus School. Member of the Aero Club CZ, 3, 47. Plans to become an en- gineer. Hobby is aeronautics. PAUL PETER .ANTONOVICH 58 Foster Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Activities: Hi-Y C255 German Club C255 Cross Country and Track C4D. Plans to enter College. Hobby is sports. Josaru 1X'1lC1-IAEL ANNUNZIATA "Joe Nun:1i" 305 St. John Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Member of Cross Country and Track Teams C4J. Plans to enter Connecticut Col- lege of Pharmacy. Hobbies are swimming and music. ANNE JXUGUSTINE ' "Ann" 148 View Street. Prepared at Lovell Grammar School. Activities: Volleyball Team C25 g Chorus CZJ. Plans to en- ter business college. Hobbies are skating and swimming. l NIILDRED BIALVINA AXELROD "Mil" 53 East Pearl Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High School. Activities: Gift Club C13 3 Glee Club C133 Cho- rus C133 French Club C3, 43. Plans to enter Connecticut Col- lege for Women. Hobbies are dancing and reading. LIILTON Lao AXELROD "Milt" 223 Ashmun Street. ' at Bassett Ju 'o ' ool. Member of th horus C433 German 43. Plans to enter Yale. obby is coin collecting. Tnoims ANTHONY .'XYR " Tom m 33" 90 Parker Place. Prepared at Lewis High School, South- ington. Activities: H o c k e y Team C23 3 Aero Club C33 3 Hi- Y C43 3 Track Team C43 3 Cho- rus C43. Plans to enter West Point. Hobbies are aviation and sports. DORIS ESTELLE .AYRES "Dane" 1447 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Activities: Basketball C133 Volleyball C133 Aviation Club C23 3 Chorus C43 3 Orchestra Librarian C433 Editorial Board of Class Book C43. Plans to enter a designing school. Hobby is drawing. ivasaow ARTHUR IXZZARO ' "S11earmivI-t" 184 James Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Tumbling Squad C233 Aero Club C433 Volleyball Team C43. Plans to study aviation. Hobbies: model building and sports. VVILLIAM GEORGE BACHINSKI "C ada!" 1218 State Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Mem- ber of Motto Club Cl3. Plans to study aviation. Hobby: Sports. ELMER IYIILTON BACON 'HQ' Swan 16 Bradley Avenue, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrish Ave- nue School, East Haven. Ac- tivities: Rifle Team C33 3 Span- ish Club C433 Volleyball Team C43. Plans to study Forestry at Storrs. Hobbies are hunting and skating. IRVING MONROE BAILEY "Plane" 621 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Activities: Member of Aero Club Cl-43. Plans to study aviation at Yale. Hobby, con- structing model airplanes. EDNA ERNESTINE BAK:-:R lIEdIl 8 Garden Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Member of French and Embroidery Clubs C15. Plans to enter Hampton Institute. Hobby is reading. PEARL VVINII-'RED BAKER "l'Vinnic" 41 Spruce Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Activi- ties: Volleyball Team C153 Squad Leader C2, 35. Plans to study nursing at Lincoln Hospi- tal. Hobbies: Music and Art work. KAISTLTTIS KAzi's BALCZIUNAS "Cha1'Iry" 99 5Varwick Street. Prepared at VVoodward School. Activi- ties: Track Team Cl5g Glee Club C253 Aero Club C3. 453 Swimming Team C3, 45 3 Foot- ball Team C45. Plans to en- ter Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Hobbies are 'mech- anics and aviation. I 4, ' JOSEPH BAKSTANSKY aloe., 250 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Strong School. Plans to en- ter City College of New York. Ross BAKSTANSKY 250 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Newspaper Club C153 Writers' Club CZ, 3, 453 French Club C3, 45g Glcam Editorial Board C35. Plans to enter Hunter College. Hobby is reading. RUBY LILLIAN BAKER 41 Spruce Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Mem- ber of French Club C15. In- tends to enter Lincoln Hospital, School of Nursing. Hobby is reading. BENJAMIN jorci: BAMFORD aB. Jln 122 Harmon Street. Pre- pared at Spring Glen School. Hamden. Activities: Motto Club Cl5g Manager Freshman Bas- ketball Teamg Hockey Team C3, 455 Track Team C453 Chorus C45g Chemistry Club C45. Plans to enter Brown University. Hobbies are craft- work and skating. ANTHONY JOHN BARBUTO l'fB0b!l 84 Bishop Street. Prepared at Hamilton Street School. Ac- tivities: Orchestra Cl-45g Ten- nis Team C15g Writers' Club C2, 3, 455 Italian Club C3, 453 Rifle Team C3, 45. Plans to en- ter Yale Music School. Hob- bies are Music and Sports. lE Avis ETIIEL BARNES "Billie" 3832 Vlfhitney Avenue, Mt. Carmel. Prepared at Mt. Car- mel Grammar School. Activi- ties: Aviation Club C255 Glcam Art Board C45. Plans to become a nurse. Hobbies: Reading and Sports. DANTE Josapn BARTOLIN1 "Bart" 234 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: Dramatic Club C155 Baseball Team Cl, 2, 3, 453 Debating Club C255 Football Team C255 French Club C3, 453 Italian Club C455 Tennis Team C455 Basketball Team C353 Volleyball Team C45. Plans to study Journalism at Columbia University. Hobbies: tennis and golf. Louis B ssarr u 71 ern Avenue. Pre- par t Tr up Junior High. vit' s: Baseball Team Cl, A 3 matic b C153 De- tin lub 3 Student Coun- l C 3 to Club C25 g VVri- ter CZ5. Intends to en- ter e University. Hobby is gol Orro EDMUND BATH., A A2 "f1mie" 102 Dewey Avenue, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrish School. East Haven. Activi- ties: Hockey Cl-45: Football C3, 45 3 Baseball C3, 45. Plans to enter the Colorado Mining School, Hobby is sports. 151.-XTHANIEL BATTER rrNGt1, 28 Batter Terrace. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Activi- ties: Chemistry Club C453 French Club C151 Swimming Team CZ, 3, 45 3 Football Team CInterclass5 C255 Radio Club C3, 453 5Vater Polo Team C3, 45: School Circle C35. Plans to study Electrical Engineering at Cornell. Hobbies are swim- ming and experimental work in radio. ALBERT BATTISTA .1 4 lu 362 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Hobby is swimming. BARBARA JANE BEATSON, Q15 P UB!! A 54 Edward Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union Grant mar cho , E ' t v Acti- vi . ' a C 15. Plans to olumbia University. Hobby is dancing. ' MARTHA BECKLI-:Y 125 Bedford Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Troup Jun- ior High. Member of Volley- ball Team Cl5g Class'Picture Committee C45. Plans to be- come a Domestic Science Teacher. Hobby is cooking. l Grouse Kr-:LLY Beam: "Brcp-Beef' 280 Vlfhalley Avenue. En- tered from Staunton Military Academy. Activities: Spanish Club C43. Plans to enter Brown University. HELEN Howna BEECHINOR "Bc'ccl13f' 157 Maple Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club Cl, 23: Basketball Team Cl, 2, 3, 43: Volleyball Team Cl. 23: Hoc- key Team C 1-43. Plans to en- ter Mt. Holyoke. Hobbies are swimming and skating. LEVVIS PAGE BELDING . "Ding" 22 ' Avenue, East re ed at Union Grmar School, East Haven. Plans to become 'an-Elecyical Engineer. Hobby: sports? MAE Jo N LL 39 Hotchkiss treet. Pre- pared at Tro unior High. Activities: estra C1 gGl e Club C1 3 'ing Clu ' 1 French lu C43 3 pan Club ist e er - cliffe oll ge. ies re skatin ncing, di . l Q M 11.1-oN BELLIN 2 E "T11I1by" 457 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman Grammar School, Activities: H o c k e y Team Cl-435 Baseball C1-433 Track Cl-435 Basketball C133 Chorus Cl, 2, 433 Gleam Art Board C3, 43. Plans to enter Yale Art School. Hobby is painting. SIDNEY BELQFF, cp B Klsidil 379 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman School. Ac- tivitie Bas ba Team C1 23 Trac Q Team 1 43 Basketball 1 I n ting Club C 13 ri e C3 43 Ches Chee er Cl 1 Intentls land Universi by is te nis. .lj U12 . f ' 5 C1 ii ,, . g 1 V .t , Club C231 C Coun .. Tea I ' ' 'C C33. . n r . 'i 'r -'T -i i ' GERTRUDE BENDLESTEIN "'4' T- uc:-erin lx .348 Ellswiorth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Activities: German Club C3. 433 Italian Club C333 .Glee Club C435 York Square Play-, ers C433 Chorus C43. Plans to study law. Hobby is mu- sic. f PHILIP BERRY BENGSTON f4'FIfplI 693 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High. Activities: School Council C13 3 Science Club C13 5 Track Squad C13: Boys' Glee Club C2, 43: Rifle Team C3, 43: Business Board of Class Book C43. Plans to study Engineering at Union College, Hobby is ska- ting. E ELEANOR BENNETT 258 XfVashington Avenue. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activities: Dramatic Club 1155 Tri-Y 11, 255 Cho- rus 1355 German Club 13, 45: Hockey Squad 1355 Hiking Club 135. Plans to enter col- lege. Hobby is fencing. HELEN ELIOT BENSON 103 Chatham Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Volleyball Team 11, 255 Glee Club 1155 Chorus 125 5 Hiking Club 135 5 Tri-Y 145. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is ten- ms. RUSSELL ALWIN BERG "Russ" 130 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Activities: Student Council 1155 Track Team 1355 Cross Country 1455 Gym Team 1455 Class Picture Committee 145. Plans to become a Chemical Engineer. Hobby is track. LEo BERGER ..BNj,. 47 Truman Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Orchestra 11, 2, 455 German Club 13, 455 Chorus 145 5 Vol- leyball 145. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is cartooning. SAMUEL ALLEN BERMAN "Ich Birlf' 68 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High. Activities: Glee Club 1153 Soccer Team 1155 Dramatic Club 1255 Volleyball Team 12, 3, 455 NVater Polo Team 1355 Band and Orchestra 135 5 Ger- man Club 145. Plans to study Medicine at Columbia. Hobby is swimming. JEANNETTE SvLvA BERNSTEIN 363 Norton Street. Prepar d Econ ics at rrs. Hobbies are re ng an outdoor sports. at Orange t Scho . c- tivities: Dr c Clu , 25 5 Chorus 11, 5 5 J. .R. C. 13, 45 5 Club 1 45 5 VVri- ters' 145. ns to study GRACE GERTRUDE BERNARD 1144 VVhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Motto Club 125. Intends to enter business college. Hobbies are swimming, dancing and skating. Euvoon BERNARD BESCHER "Barth" 27 VV all Street. Entered from Milford School. Activities: Or- chestra 11, 255 Motto Club 1155 Football 11, 255 Hockey Team 1255 Gym Team 1255 Aero Club 135 5 Glee Club 135 5 Chorus 145. Plans to study Aeronautical Engineering at Detroit University. Hobby is traveling. E WILLIAM Bass 437 Columbus Avenue. En- tered from Lyman Hall High School, Wallingford. U' SYLVIA LORRAINE BI: s ER ' 362 Sherman Aven Pre- pared at Basset Jul' High. Activities: r Cl-45 3 Basketball a 5 3 Glee Club C153 CZ. 351 French Club 5 Plans to study Dietetic rrs. Hoh- by is music. HELEN MARY BETH KE "BEHS,' 474 Crescent Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan Junior High. Activities: Basketball Team Cl, 35. Plans to enter St. Fran- cis Hospital, School of Nursing. Hobby is athletics. ARTHUR XAVIER BIANCHI 415-pads: 43 VVard Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Ac- tivities: Basketball Team Cl, 3, 453 Baseball Team Cl-453 Track Team C33 45. Intends to enter Columbia University. Hobby is sports. JACOB BILENVITZ "B ill yi' 3 Bradley Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Glee Club Cl, 25 3 Wri- ters' Club Cl, 2, 353 French Club C3, 453 German Club C453 Football Team C353 Wa- ter Polo C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is swimming. Jossrn THOMAS BILL Ujoell 265 Norton Street. Entered from est Haven High. Ac- tiii Motto Club C253 l rt Board C353 Gleam smess Board C353 Sentinel ditorial Board C353 Hi-Y Club C35 3 Art Editor of Glen-m C453 Assistant Editor of Scu- fim-I C453 French Club C453 Class Book Art Editor. Plans to enter Yale School of Fine Arts. Hobby is drawing. MELVIN THOMAS BIsHoP "M el" 284 Alden Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan Junior High School. Activities: Vice-Presi- dent of Class C153 Track and Cross Country Teams C45: Class Book Editorial Board C45. Plans to become a com- mercial artist. Hobbies are running and drawing. FRED JAMI-:s BITZER llBitgJ! 26 Farnham Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan Junior High. Activities: Basketball C15 3 Baseball C15 3 Chorus C45 3 German Club C45. JOSEPH BLAcHAusKi aloe.. 45 Summer Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Debating Club 11, 215 Track Team 11, 2, 33 g German Club 13, 453 Chorus 1453 Sports Editor Smfincl 13, 453 Cross Country 131. Plans to enter Yale and Harvard Gradu- ate School of Business. Hob- bies: sports and reading. ' S ,JW C I NTARY M DM4ET..AI-IITKA ! pjqlq ' 'Mamicf' 70 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Troup junior High School. Activities: Orchestra 11-433 Glee Club 13, 453 Glram Art Board 1353 Chorus 145. Plans to enter Syracuse University of Fine Arts. Hobby is art. E ETHLYN BLAKI-:MAN "BIaky" 53 Pardee Place, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish Avenue School, East Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus 13, 47: French Club 145. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is ska- ting. RU H LFA BLFCKF 2 'Giga Avenue epared W I M to study Nursing Ill Ne X ork Hobbies are swnnmmg and traveling. 1 3 A -- itr t - ' 0. Ac- I ."- Cl b 11, 2, 4 X 1 5 . PP. R. C. 133. l f' t " Annv Ruin NER "Bill" .. Scranton Street. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High School. Activities: Orchestra 11, Zjg Soccer Team 11, 45: Student Council 1159 Track team 133. Plans to enter New York University. Hobby is music. 610 Congress 4 '-v . re- pared at Tro ,lun r High School. A vities: I matic Clu '11 Chorus 9- ' 41 3 Gle . - . Q ' man Club 141g f ' telic ociety 143. Plans o nf, lormal School. Hobbies ar swimming and JANICE Bom-IM UR d.. N ue P QQ I 13, dancing. ANNE ELIZABETII BOHAN KME 526 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Cheer Leader 12l: French Club 135g Volleyball Team 1375 Swimming Club 133. Plans to attend Colum- bia University. Hobbies are golf and swimming. ROSE SYLVIA BOLOTIN MRO., 35 l1SiflgtOll S rect. Pre- pared - ru I1 eh-School ' I rl . Aefiv s Cmrus jg J. P. Rb . ,"4lQ r Cub 141. Plai to em r lp School. unmmg and dancing 'riff 3 RICHARD AUSTIN BOTSFORD 101 Harrison Street. Entered from Stratford High School in Junior Year. Member of Chem- istry Club 145. Hobby is chemistry. CARL HUNTINGTON BOTTUME S0 Grand View Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Philatelic Club Cl, 353 Wri- ters' Club CS, 45 5 York Square Players C45. Plans to attend University of Maine. Hobbies are Stamp Collecting and VVri- ting. ll S IEL ' LIAM TWICK yt c f 3 n S Prepared at 'SI J i gh School. Memb r of i Team C45. Plans to en, usiness after graduation. Ho ies are swim- ming and baske all. GEORGE THOMAS BoucHER "Butch" 451 Lombard Street. Pre- pared at Clinton Avenue School. Plans to become an Eectrical Engineer. Hobby is swimming. IWARION REGINA B0wEN "EI-pic" 161 Thornton Street, Ham- den. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: Chorus fl, 25: Tri-Y Cl, 35: Dramatic Club Cl5: Basketball fl, 45 3 Volleyball 12, 35 I Wri- ters' Club KZ, 353 French Club C3, 453 Swimming Squad 145. Plans to enter Skidmore Col- lege. Hobbies are swimming and tennis. ROBERT JAMES BOWLER "Sonny" 68 Tyler Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Activities: Baseball Team Ql- 453 Basketball 115g Hockey Team 145. Intends to enter Georgia Tech. Hobbies are hockey, basketball and baseball. ALFRED W , BovLEN HAI!! 489 Central Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan Junior High. Member of the Aero Club 43, 45. Plans to become an Aero- nautical Engineer. Hobbies are sailing and Hying. DAVID BRAND "Dave" 406 Central Avenue. Entered from DeVVitt Clinton High School, New York. Activities: Glee Club Cl, 255 Writers' Club Cl, 2, 35: French Club 43, 45: German Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. HYMAN BRENNER llHyll 97 Elliott Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Member of Science and Design- ing Club C15. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hobby is music. JOHN BREVE 226 Commerce Street. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Hobbies are diving and wrest- ling. MICHAEL BREVE "Mike" 26 CO ierce et. Pre- p t School. P ns to stu i 'ng at Yale. Hobby s DOUGLAS KNOX BRILL UBITPU 361 Fountain Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan Junior High School. Plans to study ship- building. Hobby is boats. JOSEPH JOHN BRILLANTE "Brilliant" 27 Collis Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Activi- ties: VVrestling Team Cl, 255 Italian Club C35: Radio Club C-15. Plans to enter VVashing- ton and Lee College. Hobby is miniature golf. ELIZABETH ANNE Bursrol., A A lflgvtflvil West Cheshire, Conn. Pre- pared at Humiston School, Cheshire. Activities: Dramatic Club C155 Motto Club C255 Tri-Y CZ, 3, 453 Volleyball Team C353 Glee Club C355 Chorus CZ, 45. Hobbies are music and tennis. ANNA LEONORA BROXVN 472 Lighthouse Road. En- tered from Dowington High School, Pennsylvania. Member of Basketball Team C15 : Sports Club Cl5. Intends to enter Dr. Pierce's Hospital, Philadelphia. Hobby is reading. EL1zABE1'H BROWN uBcftyn Hotel Garde. Entered from Drew Seminary. Member of Senior Chorus. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is dancing. l NORMAN LEE BROWN. A2 K "Norm" 427 Temple Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Acti- vities: Track C1-455 Motto Club C1, 255 Glee Club C253 Chorus C2, 45 5 Chemistry Club C455 Class Picture Committee C45. Hobby is hunting. SYLVIA BROWNSTEIN "Diu1ffII'.r" 1554 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup Junior High School tivities: Glee Club C1, 35 ' P n pet Club C155 Dramatic Cl C255 Chorus CZ, 3, 4 Ph' a R. C. C3, 455 Harmon C355 Spanish Club C45 to enter Columbia. jHobbies are swimming and skating. telic Society C3, 455 I. l' . 5 . , an Josi-:PH BURBI-:LA "for" S83 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Hamilton School. Activities: Dramatic Club C155 Chorus Cl, 455 Glee Club Cl, 355 Soccer Team C155 Gym Team C455 Radio Club C45. Hobby is Miniature Golf. LIARY IVIERWIN BURGESS B. T.- 310 Yale Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan Junior High School. Activities: Editorial Board of School Paper C155 Tri-Y C355 Class Book Business Board 145: Hockey C45. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. ROBERT Joi-IN BURKE, 2 X P "Bob" 193 Mansfield Street. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High School. Activities: Dramatic Club C155 Fife and Drum Corps C155 School Council C155 Motto Club C255 Swim- ming Team C2-455 School Cir- cle C35. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are swimming and building airplane models. JOHN HENRY BURNS IKBH-Y!! 57 Sheffield Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High. Activities: Soccer Cl, 3, 45: Basketball Team Cl, 2, 35: Baseball Team Cl, 3, 45 5 Span- ish Club C45. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is baseball. WVILLIAM JOHN BURNS HBHV. 139 Shelton Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High. Activities: Track Team C1-45: Glee Club C155 Newspaper Staff C155 Debating Club C2- 455 Aero Club C35: York Square Players C45. Plans to study Electrical Engineering. Hobby is Pole Vaultiii. JESSIE CAROLINE BURR "Jess" Branford, Conn. Prepared at Foxon School, East Haven. Plans to enter Arnold College. Hobbies are skating and danc- mg. JANICE FORBES BURT, B.T.- IBI 356 Yale Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Secre- tary Freshman Class: Motto Club 1213 Secretary Junior Class: Basketball 13, 433 Hoc- key t3, 41 : Tri-Y 13, 453 Sec- retary Senior Class. Plans to enter Katharine Gibbs School. Hobby is sports. THEODORE LoUIs Bvkowsxt KfTcd!J 14 Maltby Place. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Newspaper Club C153 Track Team Q15 1 and Hi-Y Club UD. Plans to become a Draftsman. Hobbies are boats and swim- ming. KATHERINE KANE BYRNE "Kaya" 186 Lawrence Street. Pre- pared at NVorthington-Hooker School. Member of Orchestra ll, 3. 453 French Club 131. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobby is Stamp Col- lecting. VINCENT JOHN CACACE "C a.wy" 624 VVoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at WVoodwaI'd School. Plans to enter Georgetown. Hobby is sports. ANNE GERTRUDE CAFFERY "Blondie" Dewey Avenue, Momauguin, East Haven. Prepared at Bas- sett ,lunior High. Member of Basketball Team fly. Plans to enter Yale Art School. Hob- bies are swimming and dancing. MARIE ELIZABETH CAHILI. "Pat" 231 Putnam Street. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart School. Activities: Dramatic Club fl, 21 3 Writers' Club fl, 27 5 Vol- leyball Team QZJQ J. M. P. R. C1351 Hiking Club t3Dg French Club C333 Tri-Y 145. Plans to study at Larson's Sec- retarial School. Hobby is danc- Ing. HAZEL RIARIE CAIN l'fSHeYl 283 Dwight Street. Prepared at Sheridan Junior High. Ac- tivities: Basketball Squad LID: Glee Club fl, 313 Editorial Stal? of "Pioneer"g Dramatic Club QZJQ Chorus MD. Plans to study Nursing. Hobby is dancing. RUTII BEATRICE CALEGMAN "Ru" 25 Redfield Street. Prepared at Worthingtoi ooker School. Member of D atic I . fl, 21. To enter X . i ai Train- ing School fo rses. Hobby is reading. E VVILSON VICTOR CALESTRA "Woudsc'y" 5 Prince Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Member of Gym Squad CZ, 33. Intends to enter Pratt Institute. Hob- bies: electrical work and art. DUN B. CAR1sRA'ro v . l - reel Street. e- 'roup. A ' ities: O stra C 1, Z3 ' adership Club C135 Gym m Cl, 233 W tling T C23 g Chorus Cliigj ub C33 3 Glee Club '43 ds to enter Yale . en xo of Music. Hobbies are music, skating, and swimming. Lum: NAPOLEON CAMAROTA "Lukus" 85 Arch Street, Hamden. Prepared at Highwood School, Hamden. Activities: Captain Track Team C13 1 Track Team C2, 3, 433 Baseball Team C133 Motto Club C139 Glee Club Cl, 2, 333 Wrestling Squad C23 5 Soccer Team C23 3 Italian Club C33g Volleyball Team C33. Intends to study electri- cal engineering at Notre Dame. Hobby: Engineering. ' GEORGE M. CAMERON "Cam" 450 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Nathan Hale School. Activities: Hockey Team Cl, 33g Rifle Team C23g Radio Club C33. Plans to enter Har- vard. Hobby is sailing. W1x.L1AM LAWRENCE CANFH-:Ln "Scotty" 24 Ashland Street. Prepared at VVoodward School. Activi- ties: Swimming C2, 3, 43 3 Wa- ter Polo C3, 433 Chorus C43. Hobby is swimming. EDNA MAY CANTER "Eddie" 129 Bishop Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Activities: Dramatic Club C235 VVriters' Club C2, 43 3 French Club C433 Stamp Club C43. Hobby is athletics. :ALEXANDER CAPASSO 61 First Street. Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Activities: Dramatic Club C133 Track Team C23. Intends to enter Penn State. Hobbies are football and hoc- key. SALvA'roRE HENRY CAPAsso "Sal" 55 Washington Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Intends to enter Columbia Uni- versity. Hobby is sports. . ,W faaflefd EDITH Jivmrn CAPLAN "Edie" 38 VVest Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Motto Club 113: Chorus 12, 3, 435 Dramatic Club C235 Glee Club 4333 French Club 143. Plans to attend Normal School. Hobbies are reading and dancing. Lick CAPLAN 46 Arch Street. Prepared at Troup. Member of the Aero Club 143. Plans to study Elec- trical Engineering at N. Y. U. Hobbies are swimming and model airplane building. JOHN CARANLQELQ "Bnbbl s" 241 St. John t t. Pre- pared at Oran et School. Activi hes: Club C33 Q Track oss Country Te ms 43: Chemistry Club Intends to study medicine Yale. Hobbies are baseball and basketball. NTARY SALVATORA CARBONE "Carbic" 165 Franklin Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Dramatic Club Cl, 233 VVriters' Club f2, 3, 435 French Club 13, 431 Hikers' Club 133. Plans to enter Al- bertus Magnus. Hobbies are reading and music. EINAR VVILLIAM CARLSON 58 Pardee Place, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish School, East Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball Team L23 g Touch Foot- ball C233 Hi-Y C3, 435 Span- ish Club I43. Intends to study Mechanical Engineering at M. I. T. Hobbies are hockey and swimming. ROBERT VIRVING CARLSON "Bob" 710 VVoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Woodward School. Activities: Glee Club fl3g Swimming Team C2-43: Ger- man Club 143: French Club 143. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is tennis. 3fINCENT PAUL CARR, A I E 34 NVoodIand Street. Pre- pared at St. Mary's Grammar School. Activities: Dramatic Club CI3: Motto Club Treasu- rer C23g Fencing Team C433 Chorus 143. Intends to study at Providence College. Hobby is motor boating. fm K' .4 A N.. SA1.vA'roRE .ANDREW CARRANO A 0 II "Curly"' Z1 l Greene Street. Pre- pared at Columbus School. Ac- tivities: Italian Club C3, 43. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hobby is chemistry. FRANCIS E. CARRIGAN, AIE "Frank" 544 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Treasurer of Class 141. Plans to enter Yale Shef- field Scientific School. Hobby is golf. Doms TVIARIE CARROLL 638 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Activities: Dramatic Club 11, 215 York Square Players 141. Intends to study at Yale School of Drama. ADA :AILEEN CARTER 356 Orange Street. Entered from North High, VVorcester, Masachusetts, in Junior Year. Activities: Gleam Editorial Board 13, 415 French Club 13, 415 Volleyball Team 1315 Tri-Y 1415 York Square Players 141. Intends to enter Smith College. Hobbies are fencing and archery. JOSEPH .EDXVARD CAsEx' "Irish" 433 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman School. Acti- vities: Baseball Team 11, 215 Motto Club 1115 Swimming Team 1115 Touch Football 1215 Track 12, 315 Spanish Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Catholic University. Hobby is boxing. ALFRED VALENTINE CASH "Columbia" 748 Winchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett Junior High. Activities: Basketball 1115 Soccer Team 11-41: Gym Team 12. 31 5 Senior Executive Committee. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobbies are dancing and soccer. ZELMA RUTH CASMAN rrpvggymn 556 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Activi- ties: French Club 11-41 g Dram- atic Club 1l, 21 5 Writers' Club 12, 3, 415 J. M. P. R. C. 131. Plans to enter Mount Holyoke. Hobbies are music and art. EUGENE ARTHUR CAso "foe Sax" 283 James Street. repared at Clinton Avenue S l. Ae- tivities: Orchestra 1 , , Lea- dership Clixb,1l1'ii cience ub 11 ' Ban, , Italia ub 1 1. e at a ool . c. Hob ies iusic a ncing. LEANORA CAVALIER1 "Leo" 38 Mechanic Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Member of Orchestra 11, 215 Chorus 11, 2, 41. Plans to study Dress Designing. Hobbies are tennis and swimming. tQ. HEI.EN LOUISE CAVALLERO 278 Putnam Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Putnam Av- enue School, Hamden. Member of Orchestra QU. Plans to study Nursing. Hobbies are dancing and skating. FRANK CAvELLo, A Q-J II 49 Second Street, Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Member of Hi-Y fl-45. Plans to study at Uni- versity of VVashington. Hobbies are football and golf. !bl.l-'RED Cl-ILOTTO "Rad" 56 VVilliam Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Member of Touch Football Squad Clj. Plans to study at Yale. Hob- bies are football and skating. Minnow PATRICIA Cimmaeks I5 Irvington Stgeut. Prg pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Member of Hiking Team f3bg Newspaper Staff CU. Hobby is detective work. CATHERINE E. CHATFIELD KIA-ray!! 530 Ferry Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club tlbg Gl 3? tlb. Plans to study t a pa . Hobby is s 'inn '. ' Rosrziiuissiun CHAUCER " Tinchyu 131 Bishop Street. Prepared at Worthington-Hooker. Ac- tivities: Literary Club 1295 Hiking Club 1313 XVriters' Club 145, French Club C4Jg Philatelic Society t4j. Plans to study medicine at Tuft's. Hobbies are golf and dancing. MARY Ganca C11u1s'r1NA "Merrie" 24 Admiral Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club tl, 35: Orchestra C1-415 Basketball Team Cljg Secre- tary of Class C15 3 Italian Club 13, 41. Plans to study at Yale Music School. Hobby is music. NICHOLAS F. CHRISTOPHANI "Nick" 75 Highland Street. Prepared at St. Francis School. Hobf bies are basketball and football. E PASQUALE CIARLEGLIO flPatJJ 88 Butler Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Mem- ber of the Glee Club 111. Hob- bies are football and basketball. JAMES EDWARD CLAFFEY "Bud" 246 Nicoll Street. Prepared at Hamilton School. Activities: Debating Club 111: Dramatic Club 1115 Soccer Team 1113 Glee Club 11, 213 Chorus 11- 415 Aero Club 1215 York Square Players 141: Glenm- Business Board 141. Plans to become a Civil Engineer. Hob- bies are playwriting and dram- atics. EILEEN lt1ARc.utE'r CLARKE "Tri:-ie" 163.2 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Ac i'i ' . ditorial Board " 0 evie "g,Voca- tional Cl ' 3 W i '.Club 13, 41: Tri- ' . lans to enter Albertuflt agnus. Hob- by is writing. LEONA GoonAi.L CLARKSON lllleen 565 1Af1IlC1'1CSlCI' Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Camera b 111 3 Hockey 111 3 Basketba 11 ' amatic Club 121: Swim n ub 131: Tri- Y 1-41. ans to study Nurs- ing. Hobbies are all sports and dancing. LENA MAY CLUUTIER Q lILeeJl 95 Cedar Hill Avenue. Pre- pared at Lovell School. Activ- ities: Girl Reserves 1119 Bas- ketball Team 111g Tri-Y 12- 413 Hiking Club 1315 French Club 141. Plans to be a secre- tary. Hobby is skating. JEREMIAH COFFEY lljcrryli 57 Houston Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 1115 Baseball 111. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is athletics. ANNE KASDON Conan 506 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High. Plans to enter Cornell. BETTY M ILDREU COHEN "Bobby"' 89 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared Activ es: Volley- tudent Council 111 Dram lub 1113 Hik- ing Club 121, ym Leader 121. Plans to enter Arnold College. Hobbies are sports and danc- mg. t ou. ,- .Ia etba 111: Danc- lE1 CHARLES HowARn CoHEN "Charlie" 1272 Whalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Dramatic Club 1155 Glee Club 11,25 g Manager Baseball Team 1153 York Square Players 13, 455 French Club 1353 Aero Club 145. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Pennsylvania. PEARL COHEN "Rusty" 516 Elm Street. .Qjepared at Trou At' ' s: Glee Club 115' ic Club 53.1. Mzlf' . C. 435: Frenc Club 13, 1.45 3 German C 145 5 5-Qiforus 145. Pla t en Normal School. ob re ice skating and swim g. MARGARET MARY COLLINS "Marge" 115 West Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Hamilton School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 11, 253 Writers' Club 125: Hiking Club 135. Plans to enter Sim- mons College. Hobbies are stamp collecting and music. LIARJORY ELIZABETH COLLINS "Madge" Mount Carmel, Connecticut. Prepared at Mount Carmel Grammar School. Activities: Dramatic Club 1253 Writers' Club 125. Plans to enter Dick- inson College. Hobbies are dancing and skating. MARJORY COLLINS 80 Greenwood Street. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High School. JOSEPH ,loHN COLLINS ...Ioan 21 Leonard Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Cross Country 1253 Track 1253 Baseball 13, 45. Plans to attend Arnold Col- lege. Hobby is sports. ,ALICE VICTORIA COLTER H4410 North Branford. Connecti- cut. Prepared at North Bran- ford Center School. Intends to study nursing at Grace Hospital. Hobbies are swim- ming and skating. EARL VVILLIAM CDLTER North Branford, Connecti- cut. Prepared at North Bran- ford Center School. Activities: Glee Club 11, 25: Hockey 1153 Baseball 115 3 Cross Country 13, 45: Track 13. 45: Gym Team 13, 45: Chorus 1-15. Plans to study medicine at Tufts. Hob- bies are reading and sports. TREE 3 NIARGARET W1N1FREn COMPTON lfpcgll 39 Barraclough Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Whit- neyville 'Grammar School. Ac- tivities: Motto Club fljg Dramatic Club 1115 Volleyball Team fl-413 Basketball 12,355 Tri-Y 13, 43 5 Scnfinrl Editorial Board 1315 Svizfiircl Competi- tion Editor f4bg Tennis C415 Chorus f-41. Plans to enter University of Michigan. Hob- by is tennis. GRACE GALVIN CoN AN 43 Maltby l . Entered from Holy er School, Freeport, Member of Glee Club J. Plans to enter Kather' ibbs School. Hob- bies a dancing and swim- mm -1 MARGARET JXNNA CONNORS ..PUg,. 64 Sheldon Terrace. Pre- pared at St. Mary's Academy. Member of Hiking Club 1315 French Club CSD. Plans to go to Larson's Business School. Hobbies are tennis and skat- ing. CHARLES THOMAS CooK "S peed" 118 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Track fl-453 Orchestra QU. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is ice hockey. 51 GENEVIEVE TXTIRIAM CORDREY "Gen" ' 919 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Denni- son Club CIJQ Chorus Q21 5 Tri- Y Hi. Plans to study at Lar- son's. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. ELIZABETH ROBERTS CORNWALL B. T.- uBettyu 10 Briar Lane. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus CZ, 45g Competition Editor of Svutiuvl Editorial Board 9 Grad- uation Speaker. Plans to en- ter Vassar. Hobbies are music and horseback ridingnggk, HELEN MILLER CONLIN "Nell" 133 Henry Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club 141g Chorus Q-lj. Hobby is music. ' JAMES JOSEPH COURTNEY "J im" 239 Winthrop Avenue. En- tered from St. John's School. Activities: Dramatic Club Cljg Hockey Team QD: Wrestling Team 625. Plans to enter No- tre Dame. Hobbies are skating and dramatics. lv-ff JANE CULLEN Cox, KM2 47 Taylor Avenue, East Ha- ven. Entered from St. Louis. Activities: President Tri-Y C115 Tri-Y CZ, 315 Motto Club C215 Social Committee CZ, 315 Sentinel Editorial Board C3,41g French Club C3, 41 5 Chorus C41 5 Senior Executive Commit- tee. Plans to enter Connecti- cut College. Josizru MICHAEL COYNE fljoell 72 Brewster Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club C115 Track Cl, 415 News- paper Board C115 Metal Work Club C115 Chorus C415 Debat- ing Club C415 York Square Players C415 Cross Country C41. Plans to study law. Hob- by is sports. Lucv VIRGINIA Cozzi lfL0"!! 187 Fairfield Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Basketball C115 Glee Club C111 Athletic Club C115 Baseball C115 Safety Council C115 Ital- ian Club C3, 415 Swimming Club C31. Plans to attend a business school. Hobby is swimming. FRANK ALBERT CRAPANZANO "Scrappy" 51 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Gym Team C115 Soccer Team C115 Football C215 Soccer Squad C41. Plans to study at Yale. WARREN MANsF11iLD CRAWFORD A A E "Joan" 88 Edwards Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball CZ15 Football C215 Swimming C3, 415 WVater Polo C3, 415 Track C3, 41. Hobby is swimming. EDWARD J. CRISCUULO KfBabeJl 368 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Soccer C11g Glee Club C115 Hockey CZ, 3, 415 Football C215 Rifle Squad C315 Volleyball C41. Plans to enter West Point. Hobby is skating. VVILLIAM 1ALEXIS CRoNiN "Chubby" 161 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Baseball C215 Spanish Club C41. Plans to enter Stam- ford. Hobby is swimming. RITA MARY CRONOGUE 169 Spring Street. Prepared at St. Mary's Academy. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club C115 French Club C215 Chorus C41. Plans to enter Normal School, Hobby is dancing. E i 3 Hearn-:RT BERN ARD Cuooo "Bert" 181 Legion Avenue. Pre- pared at Scranton School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 1155 French Club 1455 Philatelic Society 145. Plans to enter C. C. N. Y. Hobbies are stamp and coin collecting. ANNE KATHIQRINE CULLOM ENE 1 Street. Prepared at ige Street School. Activ- ies: Secretary Dramatic Club 115 5 V ice-President Junior Tri- Y 1155 Chorus 11, 255 Basket- ball 1155 Tri-Y 12, 355 Dram- atic Club 1255 Cheerleader 13, 455 Spanish Club 1455 Senior Executive Committee. Inteuds to enter Normal School. Hob- by is swimming. Joscru FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM 276 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: President French Club 1155 Touch Football 1255 Bas- ketball 125. Plans to work after graduation. Hobby is skating. HAROLD Louis CUPINSKY IIHBVD 74 Stevens Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dram- atic Club 1155 Glee Club 1155 Basketball 1155 Philatelic So- ciety 1255 German Club 135. Plans to study Business Ad- ministration at N. Y. U. Hob- bies are bask tball and danc- ing. 'D 'Jvx J. FRANCIS CURRAN "Tarzan" 262 Goffe Terrace. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Mem- ber of baseball team 145. Plans to enter U. S. Marine Corps. J AMES Woonnow CURRAN A I E "J immyu 17 Willard Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y Council 1155 Chorus 1255 Dramatic Club 1255 Secretary Hi-Y 1355 Band 1455 Treasu- rer Hi-Y 145 5 Chairman Inter- Frat. Banquet Committee 1455 Senior Executive Committee. Plans to enter Cornell. Hob- bies are golf and drumming. THOMAS JOHN ACURRAN "Turkey" 289 Dwight Street. Prepared at St. Boniface School. Ac- tivities: Debating 1l, 2, 35. Plans to study aeronautics. EMMA KATIIERINE CUTTING I E I B I "Emmie" Q 447 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Motto Club 125 5 Dramatic Club 115 5 Hiking Club 135. Hobby is dancing. U MIXRGARET PATRINE DABBS lfPeg!l 95 Anita Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Edi- torial Board of "Pioneer" 111: French Club 1315 Squad Lead- er 141. Plans to enter Yale Nursing School. Hobbies are tennis and swimming. WILLIAM D'AMIco "Bill" 406 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart School. Activities: Tennis 111: Dram- atic Club 1Z1: Football 13, 413 French Club 13, 41: Glee Club 131. Hobbies are all sports. DoRo'rHY D'ANDREA lfDDt,! 158 Porter Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Swim- ming 131: Chorus 141: French Club 141. Intends to enter Normal School. Hobbies are reading and swimming. ANNE SHIRLEY DANUS 742 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Orchestra 111: Hockey 111: Glee Club 111: Hiking Club 1315 J. M. P. R. C. 13, 415 French Club 141: Tri-Y 141. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobbies are music and art. BEVERLY N ORMA DAEBY llBevlI 1930 Chapel Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Glee Club 111: Monitor Squad 1113 Chorus 141. Plans to en- ter Lasell Seminary. Hobby is traveling. RACHEL FRANCES D'AvANzo IIRUBIQ 1599 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 111: Italian Cub 13, 41. Plans to study interior decorating. Hobbies are reading and swim- ming. SUSIE A. D',AVANZO "Sue" 1599 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 1113 Italian Club 13, 41: Chor- us 141. Plans to become an illustrator. Hobbies are tennis and dancing. JOSEPII DEBRIDGITA "Chow Bay" 185 Putnam treet Pre- Pflrf. fT A AC- t IU ea 11, 2 lans to be-com a state t oper. Hobby is motorcycles. E IDA DECICCO ltskipyl ' 2 al v u .e ' vities: Italian 3, 415 French Club 141. N 1cI1oI.As DEFEO "N ink" 624 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Plans to enter University of Alabama. Hobby is baseball. RUNALD 1.7INCENT DEFEO 417 Vlfashington Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart School. Plans to study electrical engi- neering, which is his hobby. FRANCIS JOHN DI-:GNAN "Tame" 294 Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton School. Alc- tivities: Track tl, 3, 413 Dra- matic Club C11g Gym Team fl, 215 Hi-Y Q3, 413 French Club C313 Chorus i413 York Square Players C413 Chemis- try Club K41: Football 141. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby 15 football. DoRo1'II Y DEI ABET IlD0,l! 29 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club fl1g Editorial Staff "Bassettgram"g Chorus fZ1g Dramatic Club QZ1. Plans to go to hairdressing school. Hob- bies are skating and tennis. Ross J OAN DELVECCHIO S Spruce Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic- Designing Club f11g French Club 141. Plans to enter Nor- mal School. Hobbies are danc- ing and reading. 'VVILLIAM DEMARTINO HBNIQ1 12 Academy Street. Pre- pared at Columbus School. Ac- tivities: Wrestling Team fl, 3, 413 Touch Football 1213 Foot- ball f413 Chorus 141. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is football. MERLE ARVA DEMING 172 Goffe Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra Cl, 3, 413 Motto Club C215 Chorus C41. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobby is piano playing. l Louis DEil1liENNAT0 "Lou" 23 Daggett Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Italian Club C3, 41. Plans to enter Georgetown. Hobbies are foot- ball and swimming. CLARA LOUISE DENSLOW 14 Clark Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: German Club CSD. Plans to study' hairdressing. Hobbies are reading and basketball. XACILLIAIKI EDMUNII DEVINI: "Bill" 72 Middl Road, Spring Glen. Prep ed roup. Activities: n nel usm ar nnis S u . Plans to e ter Dart u . Hobbies are tennis and swimming. Dra I tie , 215 otball C25 it ' .d f4J THOMAS FRANCIS DEVLIN "Tommy" 57 Florence Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Hobby IS swinnning. XTIVIAN LOUISE DICKERINIAN N Ilivll 68 Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Volley- ball Cljg Dramatic Club CU: Basketball Team CID. PlaIIs to enter Syracuse. Hobby is swim- llllllg. ELEANOII MARIE DICKINSON E N 2 HEI!! 425 Greenwich Avenue, Pre- pared at St. Peter's School. Activities: Motto Club C152 Tri-Y C1, 213 Dramatic Club Cl, Zlg Chorus C153 Spanish Club C3j. Plans to enter Nor- nIal School. Hobbies are swim- ming and. dancing. SAM DICKSTEIN H'DiCkll 57 l.Va ton Av ue. Pre- pared a I tr School. Activitie X- e I C4.l. Plans t Istr at Pennsylvania I Lal College. Hobbies are gol aIId reading. ANNA DIDOW' 85 Brennen Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Highland School, East Haven. Plans to become a teacher. Hobby is drawing. lE KATHERINE Drnow 11-Kath 85 Brennan Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Highland School, East Haven. Plans to study nursing. Her hobby is reading. FLORENCE DIFRANcEsco, I E A llFIolb 336 Crown Street. Prepared at Troup Junior. Activities: French Club C13 : Safety Coun- cil C13 5 Italian Club C33. Plans to study at I.arson's Secretarial School. Hobby is dancing. JAMES VINCENT DIGLIO 270 Wallace Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton School. Member of the Motto Club CI3. Plans to study aviation. Hob- bies are football, basketball and track. JOHN DILEONE 137 Scranton Street. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. Member of the Orchestra Cul, Z, 3, 43. Plans to enter Univer- sity of 1Maryland. Hobby is music. A ' FREIIA JACQUELINE DIMENSTEIN "Frit.z.'y" 156 Liberty Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activ- ities: Dramatic Club Cl, 23: Debating Club C233 Chorus C3, 43. Plans to study nursing at Grace Hospital. Hobbies are dancing and skating. Monms DIMENSTEIN uDi1nyn S6 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches- tra C1-43. Hobbies: music and sports. ANTHONY ARNOLD DINos'rRI llTonyJl 25 Liberty Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activ- ities: Basketball C13g Italian Club C3, 43: Cross Country C433 Wrestling C433 Track C43. Plans to study civil engi- neering at Northeastern. Hob- bies are boatbuilding and draw- ing. FRANCIS NIICHAEL DIVILIO llDiz,zlyJ! 258 Franklin Street. Prepared at Hamilton School. Activi- ties: York Square Players C43g Chemistry Club C43. Plans to study aviation. Hobby is writing' plays and stories. l Cosmo DINVITO "Kose" 21 Court Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Activities: Motto Club C153 Italian Club C3, 451 Hobby is reading. HELEN JANE Dom-:RTY 21 Rosette Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Debating Club C1-45 3 Dramatic Club C153 Chorus Cl, 2, 3, 45g Writers' Club C253 French Club C35. Plans to enter Emer- son's, Hobby is swimming. MARY KATIIERINE DONOI-IUE 42 Canner Street. Prepared at Vkforthington-Hooker. Activ- ities: French Club C453 Span- ish Club C453 Chorus C45. Plans to enter Albertus Mag- nus. Hobbies are music and reading. ELIZABETH IVIARY DoNATO u'BpHyn 23 Charles Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Captain Room Basketball Team C153 Camera Club C153 Newspaper Club C153 Glee Club C152 French Club C3, 45. Plans to study nursing at St. Raphael's. Hobbies are reading and swim- ming. Josevn THOMAS Doom' lljoell 164 Grafton Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club C153 Football Cl, 253 Basketball C15: Baseball Cl, 253 Hockey C35. Plans to further his education. Hobby is hockey. SHIRLEY GRANT DOOLITTLE KDE "Shirl" 41 Bayard Avenue, North Haven. Prepared at Worth- ington-Hooker. Member of Hiking Club C353 Tri-Y C45. Plans to enter VVeylister. Hob- bies are skating and swimming. JoIIN TIIoMAs DoRsIzY, AIE 175 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Motto Club Cl53 Dra- matic Club C153 Vice-President Writers' Club C253 Vice-Presi- dent French Club C353 Assign- ment Editor Scnlinlcf C3, 453 President Junior Classy Vice- President Inter-Frat Council C453 President Senior Class. Plans to enter Yale. BETTY MAE DoYI.r: 5 Hurwell Street. Prepared at Woodward School. Member of Hiking Club C35. Plans to become a kindergarten teacher. Hobbies are skating and swim- ming. T l E BEATRICE ROSALIOND DRAZEN HBLIEP! 544 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Captain Rooml Basketball C135 Volleyball C133 Dramatic Club C23: Glee Club C233 J. M. P. R. C. C3, 43: French Club C43. Plans to enter Arnold's. Hob- bies are auto driving and horse- back riding. Momus DREISEN, YA cl: "Mash" 343 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Hockey C1-43: Baseball C1-43: Track C1-333 Swimming C135 Band C1-433 Orchestra C1-43: Football C2-43. Plans to enter Hebron. Hobbies are football and skating. STANLEY FROST DURFEE "Stan" 89 Bristol Street. Prepared at Durfee High, Fall River, Massachusetts. A c t i vities : Track C33 1 Chorus C433 Chem- istry Club C43g French Club C43. Hobby is tennis. SYLVIA IJVVORSKI 315 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Newspaper Clubl C13: VV,riters' Club C3, 435 French Club C3, 43. Plans to enter Smith. Hobby is reading. EDWARD JOSEPH DWYER "Eddie" 41 Stewart Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale. Activities: Motto Club C133 Football Cl, 233 Hockey C233 Gym Team C23. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby! is swimming. DAVID ECIITER "Dually" 70 Prince Street. Prepared at Prince Street School, Activi- ties: Chorus C43g Harmony Club C23. Plans to study den- tistry. Hobby is singing. ELYNORE DOROTHY EDBERG "Doi" 51 V ind treet. Prepared at W ' n-Hooker. Activ- ities. a ti , 233 Chorus C l 2 r Club C23 3 Phi Socie C33. Plans to study nurs' . Hob- bies are dancing and sketball. J. PHILIP EGAN "Phil" S1 Millis Street, Hamden. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Hockey C133 Soccer C133 Art Club C135 Glee Club C133 Football C233 Baseball C23: Aero Club C335 German Club C43. Plans to enter Yale Art School. H-obby is drawing. Qi ARTHUR VVILLIAM EICHMANN X llAr'Pl 1 Boulevard. I, epared at rotip. Actypfsfi Leader of e'Clu C , Glee Club C233 C rqs C German Club C43. nsyto study electrical engi- n at Yale. Hobbies are sw ming and sailing. J esss AARON EPSTEIN 174 Legion Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches- tra Cl, 33: Writers' Club C235 Motto Club C23: Band C233 Cross Country C3, 433 Track C3, 433 German Club C3, 43. Plans to enter college. Hobby is tennis. ANTHONY ERDA 238 Wooster Street. Pre- pared at Columbus School. Ac- tivities: Interclass Basketball C233 Italian Club C3, 43: Cross Country C435 Track C43. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is baseball. EDWIN LIILTON ERICKSON "SI ke.: re" 17 A der Street. Pre- pared a orthington-Hooker. Act' ies. President Philatelic W Cl, 3, 43. Plans to en- ? nnapolis. Hobby is col- le ing stamps. FRANKLIN VV. ESCHEN 24 Maple Street. Entered from Suffern High. Activities at New Haven High: Chemis- try Club C43: Hockey C43. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. Momus ESPOVICH "Il-I ac c" 160 Dewitt Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Track C135 Glee Club C133 Wrestling C233 Debating Club C23 g Chorus C43. Plans to en- ter Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby is radio. ANNE J. E s oa "Az 1" 250 Franklin r . Pre- pared at Hamilton. Activities: Debating Club Cl, 235 Dra- matic Club C1, 233 Chorus Cl, 233 York Square Players C33. Plans to attend Larson's Secre- tarial School. Hobby is dra- matics. EDWARD B. EUSTACE KIEd1l 556 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Leadership Club C135 Motto Club C235 Track C43. Plans to enter Alabama University. Hobbies are skating and swim- ming. 1l FLORENCE PoRr1A EVANS 441 Ellsworth. Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Student Council Ill: Safety Patrol C153 French Club C155 lVriters' Club C1-455 Dramatic Club 125. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hobbies are writing and reading. HOWARD PAUL EVANS, YACI1 nl-Iotvyu 786 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Volleyball C37 3 Treasurer Spanish Club C4J. Plans to enter University of Southern California. Hobby is swimming. 9 A FRED EGERTON EWART 42 Homestead Avenue, Hain- den. Entered from Vale High, Oregon. Member of the Busi- ness Board of Classbook. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is shoot- mg. DAMIEN LAVERNE FAGAN l1Da3,D 1166 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Whitneyville School. Activities: Sophomore Dra- matic Club C2Jg Hiking Club 135. Plans to enter Weylister. Hobbies are tennis and reading. 1 61 'shhaaaggs FRANCES EMMA FARNHAM ' A A "Fannie" 211 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Girl Re- serves Cl-3lg President Tri-Y 141: Motto Club 125: Dra- matic Club 127: Chorus CZ, 43. Plans to enter Yale Art School. Doms FRANCES FARRELL "Dot" 100 Chapel Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is dancing. ALPHONSE FASANO HAI!! 221 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Or- chestra Cl, 25: Band C2jg Glee Club f2, 353 Chorus C2- 4l: Italian Club C4l. Plans to enter Yale School of Music. giofrbies are music and basket- a . Donornr GRACE FAULK "Imp" 186 Clinton Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Debating Club C153 Or- chestra fl, 33: Glee Club fljg Hiking Club CSJ: French Club OU. Plans to study hairdress- ing. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. LAWRENCE EDVVARD Fl-:INSTEIN Y A -it "Nuggets" 1427 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club Cl, 25Q Baseball Cl, 253 Track C153 Athletic Club C153 Motto Club C253 Writers' Club C453 French Club C453 Mana- ger Hockey Team' C35. Plans to enter Princeton. Hobby is golf. GEORGE FELDMAN, Y A qw "John" 197 VVard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club C153 Dramatic Club C132 Track C15: Chorus C153 Base- ball C1252 Touch Football C253 Volleyball C3, 453 French Club C3, 453 Chemistry Club C453 Editorial Board Class Book C453 Valedictorian Speaker at Graduation. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hobby is athletics. .ARTH UR XCINCENT Fi-:N NEY "Art" 203 Chapel Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track Team C33 45. Hobbies are sports and electricity. Plans to study drafting. yt FLETCHER W. FERGUSON, A A 2 "Fr'rgiv" 410 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Secretary-Treasurer Hi-Y Cl, 353 Swimming C1-453 Soccer C152 Football C253 Cheer Leader C2, 3, 45: Baseball Team manager C253 VVater Polo C45: Editorial Board Sentinel C453 Chairman of Class Motto Committee C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is swimming. FRANKLIN ELDRIDGE FERGUSON A A E "Fcrgie" 410 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club C153 History Club C153 Printing C153 Lead- ership Squad C151 Swimming CZ-453 Football C253 Hi-Y C2-45. Plans to go into busi- ness. Hobby is swimming. CAROLYNE LUCIELLE FESTA "Carol" 368 West Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Glee Club Cl, 3, 45: Secretary Philatelic Society C151 Chorus C2-453 French Club C453 Spanish Club C45. Plans to study surgery. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. Jorm JAMES FEUSTEL ..Rcd,, 357 VVest Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Boniface. Activi- ties: Soccer C153 Football C153 Glee Club C153 Dramatic Club CZ5 : Motto Club C25. Plans to study engineering at M. 1. T. Hobby is athletics. RAYMOND Louis FIEDLER ..Ray,, S1 Nash Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Vice- President Author's Club C153 Basketball C253 Blaseball C25. Plans to enter Arnold's. Hob- bies are basketball and ping- pong. 3l RUTI'I BEATRICE FISHMAN "Rufus" 8281 Orange Street. Prepared at Vlforthington-Hooker. Activ- ities: Debating Club Cl, 455 Dramatic Club C25: Writers' Club C45. Plans to enter Con- necticut College. Hobby is theatrical work. ELIZABETH FITCHETT ubyvttyn 195 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Debating Club C1-45: Dramatic Club Cl, 25 Q Writers' Club C2-45: Volleyball C25: Hockey Squad C351 Chemistry Club C45. Plans to study nurs- ing at St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobby is scouting. RUSSELL JEROME FITZGERALD "Russ" 21 King Street, NVhitneyville. Prepa red at VVhitneyville Grammar School. Activities: Tennis Team C153 Dramatic Club C253 Motto Club C253 Aero Club C353 Hi-Y C3, 45g Spanish Club C459 Senior Ex- ecutive Committee. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is tennis. FRANCES MARIE F ITZPATRICK "Fr'am1iel' 19 Brownell Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Staff of Pionrcr: Motto Club C253 Glee Club C253 VVinner Junior English Prize Examination. Hobby is swimming. Gsonce FRANCIS FLANAGAN 'IJ igg-sf, 78 Nash Street. Prepared at Worthington - Hooker. 'Activi- ties: Football C253 Baseball C25 3 Debating Club C25 3 Phila- telic Society C35g Radio Club C453 Aero Club C45. Avsmu. F. FLAx 347 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club C153 Volleyball C45. Plans to go into business. Hob- by is basketball. BEATRICE M Umar. FLAX "Bee" 345 Slgerman Avenue. Pre- pare a 'T . Activities: Dramaticvjglilub C153 Squad Leader C1, 25. Plans to enter Pratt's Institute. Hobbies are tennis and basketball. BENJAMIN Eu FLEISCHMAN "Berwick" 97M Elliott Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Baseball Cl, 255 Baus- ketball Cl, 25. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is athletics. l RICHARD Howixun F1.E'rcuEk "Dick" 021 Main Street, East Ha- vcn. Prepared at Troup. Plans to become an architect. Hoh- bies are stamp collecting and making architectural models. JAM" wav FLY f "Jimi " 133 VVest P en . Pre- pared at Sherida . Activities: Soccer 4133 chestra fl-455 Safety n C155 Monitor Squad Q1 3 ramatic Club C21 3 Swimming am Q55 Band QI: VVater Polo C3, 41. Plans to study medicine josisvn ih'llL'1IAEL FOLLO IlRcdU 39 Foxon Road, East Haven. Prepared at Highland School, East Haven. Activities: Base- ball C113 Football C-41. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hobby is baseball. BETTY XXIRGINIA Foam KME IBI 31 Dayton Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Staff of School Paper fljg Basket- ball tl-4Jg Hockey CZ-435 Chorus CZ, 43: Volleyball CD5 Swimming 1335 Senior Execu- tive Committee. Plans to en- ter Albertus Magnus. Hobby is athletics. MARIE .KATHLEEN FORD IBI 79 Maple Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Class Secretary QU: Basketball Cl- 47: Volleyball Cl, 23: Hockey tl-413 Monitor Squad CZD. Plans to enter a Secretarial School. ' 4- RT AR1uANno Fonro "Tarbaby" 264 VVest Carlisle Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Basketball C113 Gym Team fl-415 Wrestling fl-4jg Soccer C353 Volleyball HJ. Plans to enter University of Alabama. Hobbies are all sports. ltlmn' Lois FOSTER "Camry" Z2 Vtfalden Street, Hamden. Entered from Burlington High School. Activities at New Ha- ven High School: Spanish Club 131. Plans to enter Par- son's School of Fine Arts. Hobby is reading. RUTH LI-:E Fox, 11 E11 ..Fm,J,,, 25 Royden Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Hockey fl-435 Debating C3, 43. Plans to become a dental hygienist. Hobby is swimming. E Donor 11 Y CLAIRE Foy' "Doris" 53 Garden Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Type- writing Club 1115 French Club 141: Italian Club 141. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. Hobbies are horseback riding and swimming. ,Q MABEL CANADA FRASER B. T.- 239 Fitch Street. Prepared at Sheridan Junior High. Ac- tivities: Business Staff "Pio- neer" 1113 Glee Club 1113 Tri-Y 121: German Club 1319 Hiking Club 121g Volleyball 131g Class Picture Committee 141. Plans to enter Laselle. Hobby is skating. ESTELLE BETTY Fm-:EDMAN 'IP E fb "Defra" 36 Elmwood Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Ath- letic Club 111g Hockey 11, 213 Basketball 11. 21g Baseball 111g Volleyball 111g Dramatic Club 1213 Debating Club 1313 Secretary Business Board Seu- Iinrl 131: French Club 13, 413 Senior Chorus 13, 41. Plans to enter Smith. Hobbies are horseback riding and swim fibttsaiwiii SHIRLEY SONIA FREED MAN Z0 Beers Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: F r e n c h Club 1113 Glee Club 1113 Cho- rus 1Z1. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobby is danc- ni. 1rVILI-'ORD HENRY FROEHLICH "Will 98 Gotife Terrace. Prepared at Troup. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is skating. Q DOROTHEA EDITH FROST IIQOVI 30 Upson Street. Entered from Fairfield. Plans to take up dietetic and management course. Hobbies are cooking and reading. EDWARD Josr:PH FRVER "Eddie" l VVilcox Place. Prepared at Fair Haven. Hobbies are swim- ming and canoeing. f I-19e.,gs'1g'.rJFrtsn FU HR "B ur!" 113 Sheffield Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Soccer 111 g Baseball 111 3 Bas- ketball 111g Swimming 121. Plans to study electrical engi- neering. Hobby is swimming. E ANTOINETTE CLARISSA Fusco "Toni" 37 Washington Avenue. Pre- pared at St. John's Parochial. Activities: Tri-Y Cl3: Dra- matic Club C23: VVriters' Club C3-433 Italian Club C43. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. Hob- by is reading. ARTHUR Fusco "Art" 215 Greene Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is basketball. LENA ELIZABETH Fusco MLB!! 14 Dickerman Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club C13 g German Club C3, 43. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. Hobby is dancing. LIARION ELIZABETH GALLAGIIER 33 Irving Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Field Hockey Cl, 235 Tri-Y C1-433 Motto Club C233 French Club C43. Plans to become a teach- er. Hobby is ice-skating. AIORRIS GANDuzIsIAN "'Lucky" 393 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Soccer C133 Writers' Club CZ, 3, 43 5 Debating Club C2, 3, 43 5 Football C233 Dramatic Club C233 Golf Team C333 Volley- ball C433 German Club C43. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are golf and arrowhead collect- Ing. NATHANIEL NORl'IIKN GA NTKIN Y A KD "Nate" 276 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Inter-Frat. Council, C3, 43. Plans to enter University of Southern California. Hobbies are swimming and horseback riding. AGNES ELIZABI-:TH GARBEDIA N "Bcity" 492 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: President Ukulele Club C135 French Club C43. Plans to enter Yale School of Fine Arts. Hobbies are mu- sic and dancing. O JA FRANCIS GARTLAND "Jimmie" 140 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Rose's School. Ac- tivities: Baseball C1-43: Bas- ketball C23: Motto Club CZ3. Plans to enter Oglethorpe. Hobby is dancing. W MICHAEL FRANCIS GARUF1 "'Mike" 13 Hurlburt Street. Pre- pared at Truman School. Mem- ber of the Orchestra 115. Plans to study architecture at Yale. Hobby is drawing house plans. F Lonsncr-1 Louizri-A Gemsiu "LolIie" 244 Wallace Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club 1155 Volleyball 1l,5g German Club 145. Plans to study nursing. Hobbies are swimming and bas- ketball. 1 Q SX MARcUER1'rE IXNNA GENTILB Ilpegy-vb' 698 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: Aviation Club 125. Plans to enter Dr. Arnold's. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. HAROLD PAUL Giassnen, M 2 "Gum" 371 Sh rm n Ave e. Pre- pared a oup. ctivities : Hockey- - 11, 2, 35: Drama 115: Glee C b 125: r ' Club 12, 5: Footb Z 3 V 1 13- 45 g eam 135 3 G rr C 45. Plans to en .I on School of Fi- nance! obby is yachting. PAi7r.1NA ELVIRA GIAMMATE1 ..Peg,, 293 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Em- broidery Club 1l5g French Club 145. Plans to become a. French teacher. Hobbies are music and dancing. SAM GIANNOTTI 35 Kossuth Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Baseball 11, 253 Basketball 1155 Touch football 1255 Soccer 13-45. Plans to study at New Haven College. Hobby is skating. W1L1.xAM Looms GILBERT "Gil" 73 Pierpont Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Hi- Y 11-455 Philatelic Society 135. Plans to study aviation. Hobbies are hockey and stamp collecting. RUTH FRANces GILH our 58 Brownell Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Swim- ming Club 1353 York Square Players 145: Chorus 145: French Club 145. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobby is swimming. E FRANK JAMES GILL 205 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Rose's School. Ac- tivities: Soccer C153 Track Cl5g Rifle Team C253 Radio Club C35. Plans to enter No- tre Dame. Hobby is sports. ANNE Mains GILLER "Giggles" 219 Lombard Street. Entered from Hartford Public High. Activities at New Haven High: Chorus C453 Glee Club C453 German Club C455 French Club C455 Chemistry Club C45. Plans to study nursing at St. Francis Hospital. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. ELIZABETH BOND GILLESPIE 1853 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Church Street, Ham- den. Activities: Basketball Cl, 255 Volleyball Cl, 253 Tennis 1, 25. Plans to study cera- mics at Alfred University. Hobbies are tennis and reading. ALICE CLARA Gn,Li3Tr1-3 JKAIU 207 Henry Street. Prepared at Troup. Member of the Fresh- man Basketball Team. Plans to study interior decorating. Hob- bies are drawing and dancing. fXNNE EvA GILLON "Nam" 394 High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Laurel Street School, East Haven. Member of the Senior Chorus. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are skating and painting. NIORSE GINSBERLS, Q A "JlIm'11hy" 711 State Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Motto Club C15g Glee Club C2, 35g Chorus C253 Bas- ketball C253 Touch football C255 Assistant Manager Hoc- key C35: Manager Hockey C351 Manager Hockey C45. Plans to study engineering at Yale. SARA GLAZI-:R "Sue" 2' th Avenue. Pre- pare a oup. Acfcitiesz French . :Mrito Club C25.. H ies ar dancing and reading. ELIZABETH MARY GLYNN V "Betty" 389 Shelton Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Dramatic Club Cl, 25 5 Writers' Club C253 York Square Play- ers C3, 453 Chemistry Club C45: French Club C45. Plans to enter Normal School. Hob- bies are skating and tennis. E Josmfr-r Gow "Old Gold"- 35 ay Str tl epared at Trou migies: Ba ketball 11, 2, 33 45'1-ixeb ll , 2, 3, 453 T mbli' 115f imjiing 12. 3, 45 anagfl' of Football 1 . Plans to enter University of Southern Califor- nia. Hobby is sports. ADOLP H D. GOLDDERG 104 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 11-455 Concert Master in Or- chestra 13, 455 Writers' Club 12-453 German Club 13, 453 Chemistry Club 145. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hob- bies are music and mechanics. MARIE ALICE GOLDEN 71 Downing Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Ukulele Club 1l5g Chorus 145g French Club: 145. Hobby is dancing. MARION GOLDMAN, II E H "Mary Ann"' 105 Glen Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 1153 Volleyball 115: Dramatic Club 125. Plans to enter Syra- cuse. Hobby is dancing. EDITH GOLD?-TEIN HEIMN.. 77 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. 1- ties: Paste and Clip Cl 1 ' 'Y 13,455 J. M. P. "E" 1 ' Z- man Club . 45 ' " 'f4U b 135. Pl u udy at . I U. Hob ' , readi id col- lecting n rmation. EDWARD GOLDSTEIN tfEdII 32 Dow ve . Prepared at Troup. A'c ' sz Basketball 11-45 3 Base 1 53 Glee Club 115 3 Germ l D , 5 : Soccer 125. P ' f . Y. U. Hobbies are basket n and skating. CHESTER BERTRAM GOLDSTONE A P E "Chet" 2M Garden Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Wrest- ling 12, 45 3 VVriters' Club 1253 Touch football 125 3 Rifle Squad 135 g French Club 1353 Volley- ball 145. Plans to enter Col- gate to study law. Hobby is debating. ESTELLE JAN:-: Goomz, K M 2 "'.S'tell" 9 Burton Street Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Vice- President Freshman Class g Motto Clulb 125 9, Social Com- mittee 12, 35: Basketball 135: Volleyball 1355 French Club 13, 453 Chorus 145. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. Hob- bies are dancing and skating. :m4!xJr4.f51 iQ HYBIAN EDVVARD GORDON Y A fb 469 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club C151 Baseball 615: Soccer Cl, 3. 45: Track C253 Debating Club C253 Glee Club C255 Radio Club C353 Philatelic Society C35 1 Writers' Club CZ, ,355 Aero Club C455 Chorus C45. Plans to enter University of Southern Califor- ma. IRI-:NI-2 LIARIE GRABOVVSKI III!! 551 East Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Activities: Cho- rus Cl5g Volleyball C25. Plans to enter Normal School. Hob- by is swimming. JACK EDWARD GOTTLIEB "Jackie" 124 Legion Avenue. Pre- pared: at Troup. Activities: Soccer C155 Basketball Cl, 253 Dramatics C1, 25: Football C25g Track C2, 35: Chorus C45. Plans to enter University of Pennsylvania. Hobby is sports. MARY REGINA GRADY "Gwen 245 : ' ' ee . Prepared I . "gi A 04 l. Plans Lt ent E mg's ecretarial Schoo. ' bby is swimming. Roizcm- FRANCIS GRADY ..B0b,. 75 Highland Street. Pre- pared at St. Francis. Activities: Aviation Club C45. Hobby is baseball. MARGLYERITE E. GRAHAM 42 Garden Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to study art at Columbia. Hobby is tennis. SHERMAN BYRON GRANT, Y A 'ID ".S'naky" 232 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Science Club C155 Writers' Club C255 Motto Club C255 Manager Hockey C255 French Club C355 Spanish Club C453 Assistant Manager H o c k ey C45. Plans to enter University of Southern California. STEPHEN GRASSO "Rabbit" 88 Woolsey Street. Prepared at Strong. Activities: Baseball Cl, 255 Track Cl, 253 Tum- bling Squad C25. Plans to en- ter Notre Dame. Hobby is athletics. lE BARBARA HELEN GRAVES ' "Bobbie" Skit? Street, Hamden. Pre- pared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Chorus Cl, ZDQ Tri- Y C1-3Dg French Club C4-D. Plans to enter Larson's. Hob- bies are dancing and skating. NICHOLAS Dominic GREco "Nick" 83 Webb Street. Prepared at State Street School, Hamden. Plans to study drafting. Hobby is sports. SANFORD GREEN "Sandy" 100 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches- tra C1-4D: Dramatics C1-4Dg Chorus C1-4Dg Glee Club CID: NVriters' Club CZ, 3D: Cross Country Team C3Dg Editorial Board Sentinel C4Dg composed music for class song. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is music. LORAINE EMERSON GREENE I B I "Rain-y"' 154 Putnam Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Secretary of Class C1Dg Chem- istry Club C1D: Dramatic Club Cl, 2Dg Motto Club C2Dg Tri- Y C2-4Dg Hiking Club CSDQ Swimming C4D: Chorus CSD. Plans to enter Katharine Gibbs' School. Hobby is dancing. ABRAHAM AARON GREENBERG QA "Gram" 32 Irving Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Leader- ship Club C ID: Student Council CID: Writers' Club C2-4D: Football CZDQ Debating Club CZD3 Glee Club CSD: German Club CSD: Vice-President Ger- man Club C4D: Chemistry Club C4D. Plans to study medicine at Y I X RF OU SE ff asv '3 an Avenue. Prepared at T p. Activities: Glee Club CZD Chorus C2Dg Writers' Club CZ, 3D: Wrestling Team C2-4Dg German Club C3, 4Dg Chess and Checker Club C3-D. Plans to study law at Univer- sity of Michigan. Hobbies are wrestling and. reading. LAXVRENCE PAUL GRISER f!L0II3,Il 164 Bassett Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Basket- ball CIDQ Baseball C1-4D: Foot- ball C2-4D. Plans to enter He- lgron Academy. Hobby is base- all. DOROTHY LOUISE Gmswow GD P " Touts" 759 Woodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Woodward. Activi- ties: Motto Club C2Dg Dra- matic Club CZDQ Hiking Club C3D9 Swimming Club C3, 4,D. Plans to further her education. Hobby is swimming. l MILTON IRVING GUBERSKY . nSCll1l1Ilkj'u A- MA ' an "e ue. red at' AKmPiEfs'4'Glee lub Cljg ball CZ, 453 oot- ballgC :Volleyball C31 lans to to college. H by is spo A . ,I SYLVIA FRE A GU . KY Syl., St ee. Prepared at 'rou Mic ber of the Cho 4 ' lans to study nursi at 1 Israel Hospi- tal. o 1 - are music and dancing. CELIA A. GUBIN "Carle" 56 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C273 Vlfriters' Club C2- 4l. Plans to study dietetics. Hobby is cooking. FRAIQ' A. GUERRIERI, AGJH V "Frau" 41 Central Avenue. Pre- par at Sheridan. Activities at w Haven High: Orches- tr 2-41g Hi-Y C2-493 Touch ' tball C2lg Business Board .N miuel CSD: Business Board .im CS, 41: Advertising Manager Svmfizwlg Senior Ex- ecutive Comimittee. Plans to go to college. Hobby is basket- ball. . . 'Vw ITALINA ANNA LIARIE GUIDA ffItl.l 174 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Glee Club Cljg Italian Club C372 Chorus C4j. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is reading. .ALICE MARY GIYNNIP, KM2 HAI!! 579 VVoodward Avenue. Pre- pared at Woodward. Activi- ties: Motto Club C113 Dra- matics Cl, 215 Tri-Y Cl, ZDQ Sentinel C1-413 Hiking Club C315 Writers' Club C3-4jg Vice-President Junior Class: Chorus C455 French Club C425 Class Picture Committeeg Vice- President Senior Class. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus Col- lege. Hobby is dramatics. MARCIA GURIAN "Babe" 215 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club Cljg Chorus CZJ. Plans to take up nursing at Beth Israel Hospital. Hobby is dancing. MIRIAM GURIAN "Mimi" 10 Arch Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Dramatics. Cl, 25 5 Volleyball f:lD.ih' Bas C balh qjg . or is -' ' 3 W'ri ,P lu C2l: e Club QD: easur r Ph telic So- ciety. C3D , J. . R. C. C335 President M. . iff. C4lg GIl!'U'lH Busin s Board C3, 4Jg German Club C453 Philatelic C4D. Plans to enter Rutgers. Hobbies are reading and swim- ming. E . . 1. i a SYLXCIA vrmz GLYRIAN as-:vb-1 269 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Dramatics Cl, 25: Chorus Cl, 255 Hiking Club C355 French Club C3, 45 5 Tri-Y C35. Plans to enter Normal School. Hob- bies are basketball and reading. EUGENE Guzzlo "Gene" 28 Hemingway Place. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High Activities: Soccer C153 Basketball C153 Hockey C253 Baseball C25. Plans to enter Holy Cross. Hobby is base- ball. VVILLIAM EDWARD HAESCHE HEdJJ 1235 State Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Dra- matics Cl, 2, 353 Aero Club C35: Wrestling Team C45. Plans to take up tree surgery. Hobby is building model planes and gliders. CLIFFORD CHESTER HAHN HBU7., 76 Collett Street, Hamdcn. Prepared at Lovell. Plans to enter College of Pharmacy. Hobby is hunting. FREDERICK Romznrs HALEY lKFrcd!J 16 Dzl'yton Street. Entered from Searles High School, Massachusetts. Plans to enter Rensselaer. Hobby is drawing. FRQIFES LORRAUNIE HALLIGAN E N 2 "Fran" 164 ,Fairmont Avenue. Pre- pared at Woodward. Activi- ties: Dramatics Cl, 253 Span- ish C45. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is dancing. 1 U, f 1 A H 3451 Ja-ww WILLIAAII JAMES HOLLORAN "Bill" 968 State Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Hi-Y C25g Manager Baseball Team C251 Social Committee C253 Business Board Scmfim'l C35: President Spanish Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. 'TS.C. MURIEL ALMA HALDERIN 684 Dixwell Avenue. ,Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Hiking Club C151 Bassrffgra-m C151 Dramatic Club C253 De- bating Society CZ5g French Club C45. Plans to enter Al- bertus Magnus. Hobbies are dancing and reading. LIIRIAM HANNAH HABIERMAN "Midgr"" X389 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hockey C15 3 Chemistry Cl, 45 3 Swimming C355 Chorus C4,5. Plans to enter Connecticut Agricultural College. Hobby is dancing. ARLEY EDGAR HAMILTON l!RedJl 511 Crescent Stret Prepared at.Shei-idan. 'Activ ies: Hi-X CI5. Plans to study- forestry at Syracuse. Hobby is camping. JENNETTE FLORENCE HAMILTON "fan" 243 Washington Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: Tri-Y C153 German Club C3, 45. Plans to go to college. Hobby is skating. RICHARD HALE HAMILTON "Dirk" 56 Cold Spring Street. En- tered from Central High School, NVashington, D. C. .Ac- tivities at New Haven High: German Club C3, 453 Aero Club C355 York Square Play- ers C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is model-making. CARMELA GERALDINE IANNUCCI rrjcr,-Nu 607 Chapel Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Tri- Y CZ, 3, 45: French Club C45. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are dancing and swim- ming. O ' Xlvqq. G RVII-:va DILI.0N HARKIN KM2 269 West Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Sherida,n. Activities: Monitor Squad CI5: Pioneer Board C153 Motto Club C253 Chorus C2, 453 Tri-Y C2, 3, 45: French Club C45. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. LIARY HELEN HARKIN 174 Chatham Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club C15: Chorus CZ, 45 3 Swimming Club C35g French Club C3, 4.5. Plans to enter college. Hob- bies are reading and swimming. FREDERICK FIELDS HARRIs "Fred" 121 Hobart Street. Prepared at Troup. Member of the Aero Club C35. Plans to enter Ober- lin. Hobbies are skating and swimming. QtQ LfINNIE E. HARRIS "Min" 888 Winchester, Avenue. En- tered from Trenton Junior High. Activities: VVriters' Club C2, 3, 43g Hiking Club C333 York Square Players C43. Plans to enter University of Pennsylvania. Hobby is swim- ming. ANNE ROSEBIARY HART 119 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club C233 Swimming Club C33g Senior Executive Committee. Plans to enter Colum.bia School of Jour- nalism. Hobby is swimming. VERNA Cuosuzv HARTMAN KDE IBI 33 Edward Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Tri- Y Cl-33, Motto Club C233 Spanish Club C43. Plans to enter Larson's Secretarial School. ERNEST AUGUST HASENBALG "Hash" 192 Willow Street. Entered from. Baltimore City College. Activities: Latin Club Cl, 23: Orchestra Cl, 2, 433 Glee Club C23. Plans to study dentistry. Hobbies are music and sports. WALTER WILLIAM HAYES A E K arDoCr, 358 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club Cl, 233 Chorus C233 Aero Club CS, 43. Hobby is motorcycling. ROBERT WHIPPLR Hnnoss A E K rrB0bn 40 Humiston Avenue, Ham- n. epa H at ett - I c 3, 3, S , all l 3 I-Y C3, 4 ockey CZ, 43 3 Tennis C333 Aero Club C33. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are skating and swime ming. HARRY WRIGHT HEERMANS "H ermcsu 60 High Street, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Track C2- 435 Football CZ3: Cross Coun- try C33 5 Captain Cross Coun- try C43. Hobby is drawing. ANNE ELIZABETH HEFFERNAN V "Ann" 403 Shelton Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities at New Haven High: Basketball C2-435 Dramatic Club C23: Volleyball C3, 43 3 Hockey C43 : French Club C43. Plans to en- ter Albertus Magnus. Hobby is sports. L M THoIvIAs FRANCIS HEFFERNAN UHWP., 113 Hurlburt Street. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Soccer 115: Baseball 1153 Easketball 115. Hobby is base- all. M ABEL AUGUSTA HENDRICKS ..May,. 93 b reet. Prepared Fa avenql Activities: QA Club ti 5 Leadership .ub 15' Club 135. Plang , I tt Institute. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. EDITH GI-LRTRUDE HERSIIMAN "Her.rhy" 46 Orchard Street. Entered from Bridgeport High. Activi- ties: French Club 1153 Lead- ers' Club 115: Dramatic Club 115. Plans to enter Arnold College. Hobbies are sports and reading. , DOROTHY MAE HUI-:s1'I-tu, GDP "Dany" 98 Thornton Street, Spring Glen. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activi- ties: Treasurer Motto Club 115: Basketball 115: Volley- ball 1l5g Dramatic Club 115. Plans to enter Larson's Secre- tarial School. Hobby is danc- mg. SIDNEY L.uvRENca H1EhIOX'ITZ QA "fit" 1585 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: VVriters' Club 12, 35: Football 125: Glee Club 1255 German Club 13-455 Chess and Checker Club 135: Aero Club 135: Chorus 145. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hobby is athletics. FRANCIS TURNER HILL "Ni.r', 344 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities, Gym Team 125 3 Track 12, 35 : Football 12-45 3 Volleyball 135: Aero Club 135: German Club 145. GERTRUDE MARGARET HILL E N E "Gert" 25 Cherry Ann Street, Ham- den. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Activities: Dramatics 11, 25 1 Chorus 115 g Tri-Y 11, 25: Spanish Club 145. Plans to enter Connecti- cut College. Hobby is tennis. Rvssau. CHARLES Hmrz "R u.v.r"' 183 West Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Orchestra 115 3 Hi-Y 115 : Spanish Club 145. Hobby is basketball. 3 NVILLIAM HOXW'ARD HOFFAIAN "Bill" 693 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett, Activities: Glee Club 115: Art Club 115: Orchestra 125: Philatelic So- ciety 125g Wrestling Team 145. Hobby is aviation. NANCY TAYLOR HOLLOXVAY' "Nan" 76 Grove Street. Prepared at Troup. Member of the French Club at Troup. Hobby is swimming. XVILLIAM HOPKINS "fu-nic" 185 Tyler Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrish School, East Haven. Plans to attend Norwich University, Vermont. L-lobbies are hockey and basket- a . EDITH SARAH Horcmuss "Edie" 224 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball 1l5: Volleyball 115: Travel Club 115: Squad Lead- er 12, 35: Hiking Club 135: Chorus 145: Spanish Club 145. Plans to go into busi- ness. Hobbies are swimming and skating. X MARTHA GERTRUDE Ho'r'r0N "M art" 181 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hockey 11, 25 3 Basketball 11, 25 g Glee Club 115: Baseball 115: Motto Club 1253 Swimming Club 135: Chorus 1453 Tri-Y 145. Plans to enter Pennsylvania Hall. Hobby is swimming. jos1Au WILD!-:R Howl: "And Howe" 835 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities at New Haven High: Har- mony 135g Fencing Team 14.5. Plans to study music. Hobby is music. RIARJORIE HOWLAND "M args" VVoodbridge, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Safety Council 115: Type- writing Club 115: Spanish Club 145. Plans to further her education. Hobbies are books and dancing. EDNVARD Pu IL1P How LEY "Oadic" 270 Lombard Street. En- tered from Menasha High School, Wisconsin. Plans to study electrical engineering. bfH BEATRICE JOYCE HLTBELBANK "Bobbie" 162 XVest Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Dramatic Club C255 Chorus C255 French Club C455 Span- ish Club C45. Hobby is danc- Ing. EDWARD RILEY HUGHES "Professor" 37 Maltby Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Orchestra C155 Glee Club C155 Debating Club C155 NVriters' Club C2, 45. Plans to enter Cornell. Hobbies are hiking and writing. ' THOMAS HERJNIAN HUGHES "Tom" 109 Cedar Hill Avenue. Pre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Hockey Cl, 2, 355 Basketball C155 Soccer C255 Football C25. Plans to enter Brown University. Hobbies are skat- ing and baseball. WILLIAM AUSTIN HLVGIE 57 VVinter Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Secre- tary Leadership Club C155 Balld C3, 45. Plans to attend Howard University. Hobby is music. Imam: HLTTCHINSON 227 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Church Street School, Hamden. Left school on N9- vcmber 21, 1930. LILLIAN FRANCES HLYTCHINSON "Hutch" 365 Howard Avenue. Ell- tered from Commercial High. Activities: Chorus C155 Tri- Y C253 Dramatics C255 Hiking Club C35. Plans to study nurs- ing at Massachusetts General Hospital. Hobbies are reading and dancing. FRANCES ELIZABETH HYLAND .. -aye., ' . er Avenue. Pre- pare assett. Activities: L hip lub Cl5. Plans t study nur' lllg at St. Francis Hospital, Hartford. HobbIes are writing and dancing. EDWIN :ARTHUR HARDY "Chic" 2.2 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Fair HaveI1. Activi- ties: Secretary Glee Club C155 Glee Club CZ, 355 President Glee Club C455 Chorus C3, 455 Art Club C45. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobbies are singing and boating. U Jon N Faux IANNUCCI Z8 Academy Street. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Football 1215 Basketball 1213 German Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. ANGELINA ELEANOR INGENITO "Army" 150 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Italian Club 13, 41, Cho- rus 141. Plans to enter Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby is dancing. SEYMOUR PAR1-MAN Isimaauu M E "Ch ivk " 1251 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Debating Society 1113 Volleyball 1213 Tumbling Team 1213 Football 1213 Philatelic Society 1213 German Club 141. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hobby is swimming. ESTELL-A FRANCES Ives 115,611.0 Ives Corner, Cheshire. Pre- pared at Humiston School, Cheshire. Plans to enter Nor- mal School. Hobbies are ska- ting and swimming. ANNE HELEN JACKOWITZ "Arm" 46 Glenby Street, Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Member of the Hiking Club 121. Plans to study at Larson's Secretarial School. Hobby is skating. ARTH UR THOMAS JACKSON "Jack" 278 Division Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Plans to en- ter New Haven College. Hob- bies are reading and sports. BERNICE LILYAN IAINCHILL H E II "Peanuts" 750 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities at New Haven High: Debat- ing Club 1215 Chorus 1213 Basketball 12, 31: Volleyball 12, 313 French Club 13, 413 Debating Club 131. Plans to enter Goucher College. Hob- bies are horseback riding and dancing. WAND.-x ELIZABETH JANKOSKI "PVarw1y" 25 Webster Street. Prepared at St. Mary's School. Member of the French Club 141. Plans to study at Yale School of Nursing. Hobbies are dancing and reading. lEW FRANCES Louisa JANKOVICH "Fran" 24 Cedar Street. Entered from West Haven High. Mem- ber of the basketball Team Cl1. Plans to study nursing. Hob- bies are reading and swimming. NVILLIAM E. JANSVICK HBNV, 663 1' - 1 55 1 n . Pre- pared m- - . Activities: 'e K' n C1 . French Club 1 ' 1 - ebal 11 3 Hockey , , 41 I ol Team C21 9 o all CZ1: Rifle Team C3, 41: Volleyball C41. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. HENRX' PETER JENSEN "Whitey" State Street, North Haven, Prepared at North Haven Grammar School. Activities: Baseball C313 Track C41. Plans to study aviation. Hob- bies are football and swimming. THEL M A CHARLUTTE JEWETT " Thc'Im" Cheshire, Connecticut. Pre- pared at Humiston Grammar School. Activities: Swimming C3-41: Chemistry Club C41. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are swimming and golf. Davin Scorr JOHNSON "Jun.ie" 191 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Soccer Cl, 213 VVrestling Team CZ, 31. Plans to enter University of Mexico. Hobby is swimming. EM MYLOU C. Jon NSON "Lou" 218 Glen Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Troup Review C115 Dramatic Club C21. Plans to enter Cornell. Hobbies are tennis and swim- ming. ERNESTINE L. JOHNSON 42 Homestead Avenue. En- tered from Vale High School, Oregon. Plans to enter Jack- son College. Hobby is draw- mg. ERWIN ANDREW JOHNSON "Swede" 1292 Vllhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Art Club C11g German Club C41. Hobby is camping. 4? Q GRAHAM ALDEN JOHNSON 417 Vtfinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Leadership Club CU: Hi-Y f3, 413 French Club CSD. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is baseball. JOHN IvAR JOHNSON "Joh1un y" 92 Vtfestminster Street, Ham- den. Prepared at Centerville Grammar School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club CZJ. Plans to enter New Haven Col- lege. Hobby is golf. JOsEPH JOHN JOHNSON "F!a.vIi" 2 University Place. Pre- pared at St. Mary's School. Plans to study chemistry. Hob- bies are music and football. LINA ELrzABE'rH JOH NSON ..BUHy.,. 1940 Chapel Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Motto Club f2Jg Chorus CZJZ Tri-Y Q41 5 French Club C4D. Plans to en- ter Lasell Seminary. Hobby is dancing. PAUL MALCOLRI JOHNSON "Mal" 391 Shelton Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club 113: Touch foot- ball QZJ. Plans to enter Uni- versity of New Hampshire. Hobby is sports. WALTER M ARTIN JOHN SON 1 Gregory Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Plans to enter Rutgers. BEATRICE OLIVE JONES UTI LW., 70 Belmont Street, Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Activities: Basketball C133 Volleyball Cl, 2, 313 Dramatic Club fzi. Hobbies are dancing and swim- ming. WORTHINGTON JONES 778 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup Junior High School. Left school January S, 1931. E Eu-:Axon V1Ro1NrA JORDAN ..El,, 190 Lawrence Street. Pre' pared at VVorthington-Hooker. Activities: Motto Club 1113 Dramatic Club 1113 French Club 13, 41: Tri-Y 141. Plans to go to college. ROSALIND ,loser H HRD 1 289 Norton S eet. Prepared at Troup. i 'tiesz Hockey 12, 31 ri 13 Debating Club ' Hiking Club 1313 Germ lu 13, 413 Swim- ming 131 Future lans - P are n ecided. Hobby is ath- letics. SEYMOUR Kfxusox, Q A KKKGIU 607 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches- tra 11, 21: Glee Club 131: German Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is music. HARRY KAPLAN "K ifzlingu 15 Clover Place. Entered from Atlantic City Vocational School. Activities: Debating Club 11-415 Motto Club 1113 Football 121: Aero Club 1319 Chemistry Club 1415 Chorus 141. Plans to enter Yale. Hob- by is acronautics. Mmzjouv LATIMER KASACK 235 VVest Ivy Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Hobby is skating. ISADORE KASOW'1TZ ..1:Sy,, 19 Daggett Street. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: Orchestra 11-41g VVrest1ing 11-41: Volleyball 131. Plans to enter Yale. Enwm JOSEPH KALTFLIAN "Eddie" 256 Cedar Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities at New Haven High: Orchestra 1113 Band 13, 41: Gym Team 131. Plans to attend Northeastern University. Hobby is skating. RENE KAUFMAN,' cl: 2 200 Gotfe Terrace. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 131. Plans to enter Cornell. Hobby is driving. HQgji SIDNEY KAUFMAN 40 VVard Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Dram- atics Cl, 273 Debating fl, 213 VVriters' Club KZ, 313 Sentinel Board C355 Business Board Class Book 143: French Club C453 Chemistry Club f4l. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are basketball and swimming. M IRIAM ELIZABETH KEELEY ENE 289 Norton Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club Cljg Basketball Team CID. Plans to enter Al- bertus Magnus. Hobby is danc- ing. VINCENT JAMES KELLEHER "Vin" 20 Bishop Street. Entered from La Salette College, Hart- ford. Activities at New Ha- ven High: York Square Play- ers t4l: Glee Club f4J. Plans to enter University of Alabama. Hobby is hockey. G1-:u'rRt'nE KE M LER "Carrie" 654 George Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Dram- atic Club CID: Aero Club CZQL J. M. P. R. C. QS, 45: Hiking Club 133. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is dancing. JOH N JOSEPH KENNEDY "Jock" 920 Elm Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter West Point. Hobby is collecting an- tique guns. GEORGE KERSON rfjorgeu 66 Fairheld Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Football KD: Bpsketball CZD: Spanish Club C41 Plans to enter Washington College. Hobby is skating. FRANK Enwftnn KEYES 151 Division Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Manager of Baseball Team 145. Plans to enter University of Tennessee. Hobby is skating. ANDREXV lNn.us KING "Andy" 178 Dover Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Glee Club CID. Hobby is hiking. WHWE JOHN PM E KING, A 2, K nd" 70 arvel Road. Entered from Vlfhite Plains, New York. Activities: Track 115g Motto Club 125g Business Board "Sentinel" 12, 455 Orchestra 125: Band 12, 353 Hi-Y 12, 35: Vice-President Hi-Y 145: Business Board "Gleam" 135: Circulation Manager Sentinel 1353 Junior Social Committee 135 1 Chorus 145. Plans to go to college. Hobby is souvenir collecting. BARBARA Lois KINGSBURY, qw 2 "Bobbie" 19 Treadwell Street. Entered from Gateway. Activities: Motto Club 125. Plans to en- ter Sarent's Dramatic School. Hobby is dancing. SONIA Kisser. "Som:-y" 226 Commerce Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 145. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is lishing. NVILLIAM KOGAN "Willie" 43 Hurlburt Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Orches- tra 11-45g Band 11-45: Chess and Checker Club 13, 453 Chemistry Club 145. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is music. FRANK BENJAMIN KL1h1CZAK "Slim" 208 Kimberly Avenue. Pre pared at Truman. Acti 'ti : Basketball 115g Radio 's ub 12, 455 Treasurer Radi lub 135. P ns 0 enter Puget In- stitute. by is nietaxllurgical chemistr . 1 -11 is -l wr S i LILLIAN h.THER KONDRAT "L il" 212 Wolcott Street. Pre- pared at St. Francis. Activi- ties: Basketball 115, Volley- ball 11, 255 Glee Club 115. Plans to study nursing at St. Raphael's Hospital. Hobbies are dancing and tennis. TXIARGARET E. IQOWALEWSKI A A 'Ullolly " 597 Campbell Avenue, W'est Haven. Prepared at Vllashing- ton Grammar School, Vtlest Haven. Activities: Secretary Dramatic Club 1153 Secretary junior Tri-Y 115: Manager Basketball 1153 VVriters' Club 115: Tri-Y 125: "Sentinel" 13, 45: Editorial Board Class Book 145. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Michigan School of journalism. Hobby is writing. MAY Bi-:ATR1c15 Korzowrrz "llIr1ylre" 1 265 Humphrey Street. pared at Troup. XActi 'Ceiesri Orchestra 11, ,5g, I ' u 1253 ljf3ll1H Wfl- ters' Club 1 Q French Club 4 s enter Hunter ge. E ELEA NOR ll'fARIE KNUDSEN ISEIIJ Hartford Turnpik North Have Pre a N l Hav Scho s to e er ' . college. Hobby mg. Ricmmn PAUL KRAFT "Dirk" 1175 Chapel Street. Entered from Commercial High School. Plans to study forestry. Hobby is making radios. ROBERT Rum' KR,xuss ..Rudy.. 578 Winchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Plans to cu- ter Fordham University. Hob- bies are swimming and skating. BEATRICE GERTRUDE KRICK - "Touts" 756 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y C2-41: Orchestra C2-433 Hoc- key CZJ. Plans to enter Yale School of Music. Hobbies are music and dancing. SEYMOUR ARTHUR KRIMSKX' M E ' Sy.. 105 Car Street. Entered from Mia Junior gh, Flor- ida. A it' at ew Haven High' ootball C2lg Tr 25' olleyball C311 VVriters' b C355 Spanish Club Plans to enter Whart chool of Finance. Hobbie re swimming and golf. ROBERT FRANK KURz KlB0bll 23 Frank Street, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Swimming C2-41. Plans to enter Univer- sity of Detroit. Hobby is read- mg. RALEO KUKLINSKY HA li! 262 Orchard Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Or- chestra Cll. Plans to study dentistry. Hobby is music. ESTELLE x7ERA KUPIDIDWSKI fITiPpyU 64 Nash Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus School. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club C213 Vol- leyball C215 German Club C-13. Plans to study nursing. Hob- bies are swimming and basket- bal . MQWHWEJ XVILLIAM LABOVITZ "Bill" 180 Putnam Street. Prepared at Truman School. Plans to enter Temple University. Hob- by is sports. JULIUS RALPH LAGHI 61 Admiral Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Tennis Team Cllg Glee Club CU: Aero Club CZ, 3-lg Philatelic Society CZ, 35. Plans to enter Connecticut School of Com- merce. Hobbies are golf and tennis. CHARLES A. LAIYIACCHIA "Ch.ifk" 162 Day Street. Prepared at St. John's School. Plans to study music. Hobby is basket- ball. FRANCIS RAYMOND LANGER E X P "Pancho" 183 Helen Street, Hamden. Prepared at St. John's School. Activities: Motto Club Cl, 21: Glee Club C1, 31: Gym Team C215 Touch football C253 Golf Team C2, 3, 43: Dramatics C21 3 Writers' Club CZ, 31 3 Hi- Y C3, 45: Spanish Club C4j. Plans to enter Georgetown University. Hobbies are ath- letics and dancing. 1. RICHARD JOHN LANIU5 "Dick" 1005 Quinnipiac Avenue. En- tered from Scott High School. Activities at New Haven High: Spanish Club C-ll. Plans to enter Colgate University. Hob- by is golf. I NICIIOLAS JKULIAN LAPENN es. n ,.NiFk.. , t el I 30 Compton Street. Prepared at Ivy Street School., Activi- ties: Motto Club CZJQ Drama- tic Club CZH: Spanish Club C4l. Plans to enter University of Pittsburgh. Hobby is wood- craft. LILLIAN H. LAPIDES "Tm lg, 485 Sherman A ie. Pre- pared at Troup. it' Qs: Writers' Club CZD: nis Team C313 Swimming lub C355 Chorus C-U. Pl o enter Arnold's. Hobby i sports. ROBERT FRANCIS LARABY "Rob" 85 ris cet, VVhitney- ville ed ' ir Haven. Acti 1 r I Glee Club C11 , re er Freshman Class. l to enter Green- briar i' ry Academy. Hob- by is sin 'ng. E EVELYN AUoUs1'A l.ARsoN "BF0nde" Dixwell Avenue, North Ha- ven. Prepared at North Haven Center School. Activities: Mot- to Club 117: Aviation Club 1233 1. M. P. R. C. 13, 45: Hiking Club 133. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is dancing. IXLI N is H ELEN LAWRENCE "' i1 ' " . ninster Street, f - pared 1 vell Sch ' am e . cttvtties: Drama L , Tri-Y fly: Chorus -I 3 Volleyball CZ-43: Writers' Club C2-4l: J. M. P. R. C. f3lg "Gleam" Business Board 13, 45. Plans to enter Boston University. Hobby is sports. A N NA M oLLY LEAR "Ann" 150 Greenwood Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus l'4l: Hiking Club C-ll. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is swimming. PEARL SYLVIA LEAR, II E H 172 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities at New Haven High: Chorus 1273 Dramatic Club f2lg Basketball KZDQ Hockey C3l: Volleyball 133. Plans to enter Smith. Hobby is horseback riding. ,N I, ,, THo1uAs GERALD LEARY "Tommy" 76 Perkins Street. Prepared at St. Francis School. Plans to attend Fordham University. ROBERT EDNVARD LEE, 1' A xp "Bob" 1985 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities at New Haven High: Hi-Y Q2-413 Basketball LZ, Slg Volleyball f2Jg Cross Country 1315 Track f3Jg Manager Track C4Jg Chairman of Class Gift Committee: Senior Executive Committee. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is sports. VVILLIAM J. LEGG "Willy" 19 Bailey Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: In- dustrial Club Cllg Motto Club C213 Glee Club 143. Plans to study music. Hobby is music. I..lLl.lAN BEATRICE LEH MAN "Bennie" 45 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus CZ, 4Jg German Club Oil. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are dancing and swim- ming. f . UQEHWDEU OscAR EDWARD Lauzowrrz "Ozzie" 415 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Band C1-453 Orchestra C1-433 Debating Club C115 Philatelic Society CU: German Club C4j. Plans to study engineering at N. Y. U. Hobby is music. IRVING Lsmovrrz 692 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club C1-435 Soccer Cl, 353 Wrestling CZ, 315 Volley- ball CZJ. Plans to enter City College of New York. Hob- bies are basketball and track. if .ru N Junrrn LEIBOVITZ . uQlndyu 193i VVar Street. Prepared at Tr . ctivities: Basket- bi 1 Volleyball C11 5 Mo o Clu . Plans to en- ter a lN.15-ICSS college. Hobby is readin ANNA HELEN LENART 62 Hughes Street, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish School, East Haven. Activi- ties: Dramatic Club Cljg Cho- rus CZJQ Glee Club C4J, Plans to study nursing. Hobby is ten- ms. STEPHEN EDNVARD LENzr flziipli 181 St. John Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Basketball C1, 355 Baseball CD5 Italian Club C3j. TH:-:LMA MIRIAM LEOPOLD "Thcl" 616 'Nashington Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activi- ties: Chorus C211 French Club C4J. Plans to enter I.arson's Secretarial School. Hobby is keeping a diary. ARNOLD LERNER, fp B "Arnie" 77 Truman Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Debating Club CD3 Philatelic Society CU: Orchestra C1-453 German Club C4l. Plans to en- ter Yale. Hobby is music. OSCAR ARTHUR LEV, Q A i "Ossie" . 3 v ton St t. Prepared a - - ' ' : Dr ' ill I it a ns m n l Q - tudy ec ' s at n D vania State. Ho 1 orse- back ridi Ei SELM A ZOE Lever HSM., 40 Westwood Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Glee Club C13 5 Dramatics Cl, 2, 42 3 French Club C459 Chorus C4j. Plans to enter Emerson School of Or:-xtory. Hobbies are dan- cing and reading. BENJAMIN ALLAN LEVIY "Ben" at Trou vities ba D Che ' Club lans to study medi- t Penn State. 18 Vlfaverlygiree repa ed . : Ba - ' ll I 1 bat' ub C2l: Soc- f lf n . HBR MAN EDNVARD LEBIINE "Nix" 60 WVliitiug Street. d V at Troup. Activitie . Club C1-31 Z Chorus , 3 Ar Club ll V ll . t C . : 0 my Cl- 4 415 German Club C4 . I a s to enter N. Y. U. Hobbie a music and baseball. M IRI-A M LEVIN soN "IlHckey" 118 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: NVriters' Club C2-455 J. M. P. R. C. C3, 413 German Club. C413 Plans to study journalism at Columbia. Hobby is writing. C 89 Rose LEVINSON 84 DeWitt Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dram- atics Cl, 223 Orchestra C1-313 Chorus C213 Hiking Club C3j. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hob- bies are music and swimming. SIDNEY L1avINsoN lIS1'dlI 47 Hotchkiss Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Electricity Club C155 Chess and Checker Club C2, 37: German Club C41. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. Hobby is skating. SHIRLEY LILAIN THAL I If ukeJJ Chapel treet. Prepared Truman. tivities: Dram- atics Cl, 25 ebating Cl, 213 Chorus C1- 3 French Club C4J. Plans enter Forsythe Dental Schoo. Hobby is swim- ming. Josepn Lavv 15 Alling Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Band C-1- 4J: Orchestra C1-41g Treas- urer Dramatic Club Cllg Treasurer Debating Club C223 Geometry Prize C2bg Motto Club C2Dg Editor "G1eam" C3, 4D 5 President Chess and Check- er C3, 413 Writers' Club C415 Chemistry Club C453 Executive Board C4J. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are music and science. otfrftt y l 3 Rim SHERIDAN Lewis "Riff 36 Chatham Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Cvlee Club 1llg Dramatic Club 115, Volleyball 1153 Chorus 12l. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is swimming. SEABURY Lewis "Red" 155 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at Nathan Hale School. Activities: Basketball 111 g Football 145, Hobbies are bas- ketball and hiking. HAN NAI-l MAE LIEBERBTAN "Han" 242 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 11, 2, 415 Debating 1132 Dramatic 11, 25: Volley ball 1133 Hiking 135. Plans to enter Normal School. Hob- by is swimming. EDWARD NA1'HANn2i, Lnasgpr "Dollar Sign" 76 Sh- 1 nt . rqiare at Basse t. c ' .: Dr - atics 11 J' o Clubxlg I Debating ..-4 5 Span' I l b 1333 Busii aiia aiSv 13 f P a t ke my Days 1 al--m vard Law Sch ob 'est re-. 3. stamp collecting, c in cd -ctihg, and chess. ' - . JACK LITTELL, "Une ' 364 Cent venue. Pre- pared a Tro . Activities at New H 1 High: Hi-Y 12- 1 lg B 12-43: Chorus 1..lg quare Players 13, 43 3 Sv ing Team 145. Plans to ter Purdue University. Tu AS Howmzn LOCKHART I' A XII "Dusty" Morgan Point, East Haven. Entered from Staunton Mili- tary Academy. Activities at New Haven High: Track 112: Aero Club Secretary 135g President Aero Club 135. Plans to enter Boeing School of Aeronautics. Hobbies are flying and motorcycling. - CLIFFORD DOUGLAS Loci-:Yen "Cliff" Center Street, VVoodbridge. Prepared at Bassett. Activi- ties at New Haven High: Band 125: Orchestra 123: Cross Country 13, 41: Track 13, 4-l. Plans to enter the forestry ser- vice. Hobby is track. fx ROBERT IRVING LOCKYER XJ q UB ,, y 5 . Center Stre dbridge. Prepared at Ba e . Activi- ties: Track 13, Chorus 145. Plans to study aviation. Hobby is aviation. no it Etlllloj COLMAN Lomrix, Y A KD "folly" 119 Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities at New Haven High School: NVriters' Club Q2-451 Motto Club C253 Football C251 Orchestra CZ- 45g German Club 13, 451 Vol- leyball 13, -451 Golf Team 13, 45. Plans to enter Yale. Hob- bies are golf and music. Genevieve E, I.oimTKuawicz "fran" 48 East Pearl Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Basketball tl5g Glee Club t15g Gym Leader 125: Chorus 125. Plans to enter Yonkers General School of Nursing. Hobby is dancing. MARY Rossimx l.oxnunoAN E N 2 "1lIaw"' 7 Liu,-11 ' 5, -,gt et at Fai if, - ti': Glee l , , Jasket l C15 l n - W . P1 - to , t , - is Magnus. Hob ' ' ig. .ALICE Ronsnm Loma, E N 2 "AI" 154 Dodge Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activi- ties: Motto Club C155 Tri-Y f2, 353 Spanish Club C45. Hobby is dancing. LLEWELLYN WALTER Loup "BUF" 34 Maplewood Terrace. Pre- pared at NVorthington-Hooker. Activities: Debating Club C153 Tennis Cl, 25: Soccer fl, 25: Dramatics C253 Track 43, 45, Aero Club C45. Plans to en- ter Yale. Hobbies are motor boating and skating. I-Isnmznr PETERSON LOVIG Mix Avenue, Haniden. Pre- pared at Church Street School, Hamden. Qggqriv W fc f jmvrss M. LUCARILLO "Luc" 33 St. john Street. Entered from Maple Junior High, Rridgeport. Activities: Dram- atics Cl, 25: Italian Club C2- 45. Plans to study at Univer- sity of Rome. Hobbies are sports, especially tennis. PHYLLIS CARLOTTA Lurri-:Y "Phyl" 135 Hobart Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities at New Haven High School: Cheer- leader CZ, 453 Dramatics C255 Chorus CZ, 3, 45 : Tri-Y fl-45 3 Hiking Club 135. Plans to study interior decorating. Hob- by is sports. if-ff' f GERTRUDE CLARA LUFTH "Gt'rI'J 222 Dwight Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Plans to enter Simmons Col- lege. Hobbies are reading and swimming. I SYLVIA EDITH LURIE lfS3'blJ 118 " i ber Avenue. En- ter onr rthwest School, Ha rd. ctivities: Dram- t' 'Clu Clj 3 Hiking Club - 'imming Club C31 3 n C4D. Plans to study ental Hygiene at Col- umbi EI.sIE Luzznz HEP., 361 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: J. M. P. R. C. C-3, 45: Tri-Y C3, 433 French Club C3, 45. Hobby is drawing. GEORGE 1. Lv MAN' "Yanl-Ire" 294 VVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club Cljg Glee Club CZ, 31. Plans to enter Whar- ton School of Finance. Hobby is swimming. BLANCHE VERA LYNCH "Kitty" 100 Third Street, Hamdeu. Prepared at Fair Haven ,Inn- ior High. Activities: Dram- atic Club CU. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are skating and dancing. EDNA ALBERTA LYNN flEdll 356 Elm Street. Prepared at Ivy Street School. Plans to bc a social worker. Hobby is dancing. KATHRYN CLINTON MAfNSIIOFF ..Kay,. 1044 Whalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Dramatic Club C153 Chorus Cl, 21. Plans to enter Syra- cuse. Hobby is swimming. XVALTER PATRICK MACAULEY ffnvlacll 133 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup, Activities: Baseball C255 Volleyball CS, 415 Chemistry Club C47. Plans to enter Illinois University. Hobbies are basketball and swimming. 3 EDWARD JOHN MAUDEN F A 111 ..TL,d,, 215 Blake Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C233 Dramatic Club C2, 333 Chorus C233 Hockey C233 Baseball C233 Glee Club C333 Football CAssistant Manager 3, Manager 43. Plans to enter Dartmouth. CHARLES H. LIACESLIN "Mac" 79 Putnam Avenue, Whitney- ville. Entered from Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Ac- tivities: Chemistry Club C43. Plans to enter Yale School of Forestry. Hobby is golf. VVINIFRED AN NE AIAGERS " lVinn-ic" 221 VVest Roc nue. Pre- par l1 n. Activ' Ba b l 3 C110 3 Sw ng C331 tugly Commercial 3. es' wing. Hobbies are g in and im- ming. BENJAMIN LIAGUN "Cl1urle1es" 125 Legion Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Basketball C233 Wrestling Team C3, 433 President Me- norah Society. Plans to enter Connecticut College of Agricul- ture. Hobby is horticulture. INORA ELIZABETH IXIAHER K M '2 I B I l71 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y Cl, 233 German Club C33 433 Hiking Club C333 Sentinel Editorial Board C43. Plans to enter Connecticut College. Hob- by is swimming. JOSEPH .ALFRED IMAISANO 43 Pardee Place. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Band C2-43. Hobby is horseback riding. STEPHANIE V. M AKAREVICH "Turns" 50 Walnut Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Chorus Cl3g Aviation Club C231 Hiking Club C333 Swimming Club C332 J. M. P. R. C. C33. Plans to study nursing at Lennox Hill Hos- pital, New York. Hobbies are dancing and hiking. EDWIN JAMES NIALEY "Eddie" 352 Grand Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven junior High. Activities : Debating Club CI3. Plans to enter Vil- lanova. Hobby is sports. E EARL LESLIE NIALONA "M ike" 837 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Swimming Team C233 Chorus and Glee Club C4D. Plans to enter Dart- mouth. Hobby is making ship models. JAMES SHAW RIALONEY "Jim," 108 Butler Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Glee Club' Cl, 253 Chess and Check- er Club C313 Rifle Team C4J. Plans to enter Trinity College. Hobbies are basketball and football. ARLINE h1ANCE 77 Swarthmore Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Basketball CZ, 3, 45: Band C3, 41. Plan .jp enter Vassar. Hobby i usic. i sv ti? Fokoso LAUDE MANGUBAT "Sen" Navy Y. M. C. A. Brooklyn, N. Y. Entered from Cebu High School, Philippine Is- lands. Activities: Fencing C3, 4l': Wrestling C3j. Plans to continue his studies. Hobby is fencing. RIARY Msxzt "Balm" 113 Stiles Street. Prepared at W'oodward School, Plans to become a nurse. Hobby is hiking. Ui rf I ' Q 1 f Ross: Te 1-:s lt-I.xRAt'ccI fb A E " Tufvsyu 109 Lloyd Street. Prepared at Fair Haven junior High. Activities: Basketball C25 3 French Club C3, 41: Swimming Club C4D. Plans to enter Smith College. Hobby is swimming. XVARREN Nrcoms M Ant' HETTE "JlIurc" 559 Legion Avenue. Prepared at W'orthington-Hooker. Acti- vities: Hi-Y Cl-453 Baseball C213 Football C213 Volleyball C433 Glee Club C3D. Plans to further his education. Hobbv is wrestling. RUTH MARDEN "Ruddy"' 90 Hillside Avenue. Pre- pared at Xkiootlwarcl School. Activities: Chorus CLD. Plans to go into business after grad- uation. Hobby is hikiif. E Louise Aucc MARESCA "Bobbie" 251 Green Street. Prepared at Columbus School. Plans to enter Albertus Magnus. Hob- bies are dancing and swim- ming. .ALICE CARINE IVIARINAN E N E 650 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Motto Club 121. Plans to study Dental Hygiene at Columbia. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. I.UCll.LI-I Rose M Anousne TIEII 4rL0un 816 Orange Street. Prepared at VVorthington-Hooker. Ac- tivities: Chorus 111g Basket- ball 11, 21: Dramatic Club 11, 21: Hockey 111: Volleyball 12. 31: French Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Smith. Hobby is horseback ridi1'. GLENNA Euzixnern NIARTIN "Billie " 219 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Orchestra 11-41. Plans to study nursing. Hobbies are sports and stamp collecting. i 95 XVERA MARTINE "BoI1.t" Z7 VVhite Street. Prepared at Truman School. Activities: Basketball 12, 313 Squad Leagl- er 131. Plans to enter a busi- ness college. Hobbies are sports and dancing. CARMINE MARU "Ruddy" 65 Hamilton Street. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Motto Club 121g Monitor Squad 121g Italian Club 131: Hi-Y 141. Plans to study den- tistry. Hobbies are boxing and 1- basketball. FRANCIS XAVIER MARzUI.Lo "Mars" 163 Vlfallace Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton School. Ac- tivities: Dramatics 111: Cho- rus 1l,41: Glee Club 11, 21g Radio Club 1413 Business Board of Glenn: 141. Plans to enter Yale Art School. Hobby is aeroplane modeling. EDA LORRAINE MAssAR1 "Eddy" 678 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic .society 11, Z: Tri-Y 11, 21: Chorus 1111 Italian Club 131. Plans to en- ter Larson's Secretarial School. Hobbies are dancing andusports. Mii ESTHER IVTIRIAM MAssEv "Tools" 84 Dewitt Street. Prepared at Prince Street School. Activ- ities: German Club C4J. Hob- bies are reading and music. DAVID JAMES IHATHEWSON "Dave" 76 Lilac Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Aviation Club CZ-419 Track C3, 4jg Cross Country C3, 4b. Plans to Study aviation, which is his hob- v. Russiau. WVILLIAM MAY "Russ" 151 Concord Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale. Activities: Touch Football C233 Track C233 Writers' Club CZ, 35: Spanish Club C3, 43. Plans to enter Georgetown University. Hobbies are skating and swim- ming. CARMINE A. AIAZZACANE "Music" 211 Portsea Street. Prepared at Prince. Plans to enter Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby is golf. SARAH TGMASINO IVIAZZOLA ..5-any.. 35 Grant Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Aviation Club CZD. Plans to enter Dr. Arnolrl's. Hobbies are skating and swimming. JOHN CHARLES MCCARTHY "Mac" 734 Orange Street. Prepared at Worthington-Hooker. Activ- ities: Swimming Team Cllg Hi-Y C1-455 Rifle Team C4j. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is golf. PHYLus MCDONALD "Phil" 105 East Pearl Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Hobby is social service work. FRANK JOSEPH MCDONOUGH "lilac" 28 Daggett Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activities: Motto Club C155 Track Team Cl, 21. Plans to enter George- town University. Hobbies are football and skating. E XVILLIAM EMERsoN MCGANN "BiIl', 53 Winnett Street, Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Activities: Track Cl, 255 Aviation Club CZJg Dra- matic Club Q4J. Plans to en- ter Union College. CELE EVELYN McGovERN 39 Rowe Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Ac- tivities: Volleyball C21 5 French Club fl, 4Jg Hiking Club C315 Senior Executive Committee 145. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is sports. EDWARD A. IXICGUIRE, AIE "IlIirkcy" 55 Treadwell Street. Tre- pared at Putnam veI e School. Activities: ub Cl, 213 Hockey Q 3 Vice- President S 1's Club C313 Manag 010 141 I Presid pa 'S l C45 3 PresideI pter- ouncil C415 'or Ex Com- mittee Q4l. Pla enter Bowdoin College. obby is golf. DAN NVILLIAM lViCHUGH A I E "Mac" 979 State Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Plans to enter University of Tulane. JAMES THOMAS L'IACKENZIE 176 Fairmont Avenue. Pre- pared at VVoodwarcl School. Activities: Aero Club 12, 35. Hobbies are swimming and skating. JAMES FRANCIS LICKEON "Mack" 118 Foster Street. Prepared at VVorthington-Hooker. Activ- ities: High School correspond- ent for the Register C2, 3, 45. Plans to study journalism at llrlofre Dame. Hobby is base- a . jon N GREGORY McKEoN "Pat" 1241 Townsend Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Rose's School. Ac- tivities: Aviation Club 133. Plans to study at Northeastern University. Hobbies are bas- ketball ancl swimming. ROS!-IMARY NIONICA MCKEUN 57 VVlIalley Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Mary's. Activities: French Club C4J. Plans to en- ter Albertus Magnus College. E 1 VIRGINIA LoU1s1-1 MCLAY "Ji1my" 80 Francis Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Gerrish School, East Haven. Activities: Fresh- man Dramatic Clubg Tri-Y Cl, 235 Swimming Club CS, 43g German Club C43. Plans to en- ter Arnold College. Hobbies are skating and dancing. HELEN ELIZABETH Mc UG ' 119 Linden Street. n red from VVest Haven High School. Activities: Tri-Y C133 Chorus C435 French Club C435 Sen- tincl Editorial Board. Plans to go to college. Hobby is read- ing. 101-IN JOSEPH LLICLIAHON "Mac" 142 Grafton Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Basketball C135 Swimming Cl-43: Touch Foot- ball C23g Golf C43. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is swimming. M Ann-1 CARINE KICLIANUS "M ickeyu 583 Ho ar venue. Pre- pared Y . M y's School. Acti "e : rama 'c Club CZ, 43g Club C 33 French Club . Plans to study nurs- ing a Bridgeport Hospital. Hobbies are swimming and vol- leyball. 0 P. JOHN ROBERT MQNABOLA D "1-Vhm-y" ff 82 Hallock Street. Prepared at Sacred Heart. Activitiesz Football Cl, 23. Plans to enter Northwestern University. Hob- by is -athletics. RUTH Es'reL1.E MCOMBER "Micky" 286 ssett P pare at B t r H 1. c 'v' ties : cretary F n ub C43. an to usiness college u es are skating and drawi g. Nil. Il-:RNA l3lEADOW H E II . "Min" 69 Anita Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Captain Hockey Team CZ, 433 Basket- ball C2, 3, 433 Volleyball CZ, 335 Dramatic Club C23: Ten- nis Champion C3, 43. Plans to go to Pembroke College. Hob- bies are tennis and swimming. NVILLIAM M151 ..B1-H... 131 lm Street. Prel' p d' rumah School. Ac- e ' Motto lub C13g ng u , 235 Soc- c 2 3 ymi Team' CZ, 33. at er Oglethorpe. tojnilwgj OUIS MICK lljoel! 36 Blake Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Foot- ball C25: Motto Club C253 German Club C3, 45g Volley- ball C3, 455 Chess and Checker C3, 45: Sentinel Editorial Board C453 Chemistry Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is swimming. josizvu EDMUND LlEOLA HJOGJ! 440 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at 'Sacred Heart. Activi- ties: Baseball Cl, Z'5g Motto Club Cl, 251 .Hockey C2-5. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is athletics. GENERY Jost-:PH Mi-:RIANO 39 Main Street. Prepared at Lovell. Plans to go to work in Lynn General Electric Cogn- pany, Massachusetts. Hobbies are football and bowling. FRANCIS VVILLIAM All-ZSSINA "Messy" 239 Dodge Avenue, East Ha- ven. Prepared at G e r r i s h S6311 ast Haven. 'Activi- tiestyy f l 4 .1 Gllee Club C25 - t 4' i C25: Tum- blit e C ' Plans A' to enter Vesper V :A School of Art, Boston - obbies are drawing and -. . ng. f'f'7'Lmr'7"f HAZEL MARY MEYERJACK 98 Bassett Street. Prepared at Bassett Junior High. Acti- vities: Dramatic Club C25g Motto Club C253 Hiking Club C35g J. M. P. R. C. C3, 453 French Club C45: Tri-Y C45: Chorus C45. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobbies are sports and dancing. ANDREW A. NIILANO ffA,zdyJ! 738 Campbell Avenue, West Haven. Prepared at Thomp- son School, West Haven. Ac- tivities: Wrestlixtg Team Cl- 35. Plans to study medicine at Georgetown. Hobbies are sports and books. EMMA EMILIE NIILCHERT "Bunny" 213 Laurel Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Laurel School, East Haven. Activi- tics: Chorus C155 Spanish Club C45. Plans to go to business college. Hobbies are swim- ming and skating. IXLFRED BROOKS MILLER HAI!! 179 Bradley Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Hi-Y C45. Hobby is basketball. Ee BEATRICE GRACE MILLER IKBFGII 52 Beacon Street, Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School. Hamden. Activities: Dramatics 1lJg Chorus 141. Plans to be a private secre- tary. Hobbies are skating and music. BETTY NIILLER 76 Gotfe Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y 12- 415 Dramatic Club 127: Hik- ing Club 135g Chorus 137 5 Ger- man Club 14j. Plans to take a library course. Hobby is skating. z . s ILLER ELEA N01 F Lou: E M MEM, 98 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Sterling High School. Member of Senior Chorus 131 5 Plans to go to a secretarial school. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. JEANNETTE M ILLER "Jean" 39 Blake Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Glee Club 12-41: Chorus 12, 353 Dramatic Club 1225 French Club 14J. Plans to study den- tal hygiene at Columbia. Hob- bies are skating and aviation. 0 0 n Jon N M IL1cI 9 Parmelee Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup Junior High. DUREEN IR1s AIILLIGAN, QP lfgabeiy 235 Alston Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Senior Chorus 145. Plans to enter Connecticut College. Hobby is dancing. CHARLES ROCKNVELL M rx "Mixy" 1320 Whalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Aero Club 1315 Secretary Aero Club 145. Plans to study avia- tion, which is also his hobby. Roy CLIFFORD Moaecx, EX P llR0yll 23 Murray Street. Harnden. Prepared at Bassett Junior High. Plans to enter a business college. Hobby is basketball. E FRANCIS M OLLEUR "F rank" 3035 VVhitney Avenue, Mount Carmel. Prepared at Mount Carmel Grammar School. Plans to enter Holy Cross. Hobby is outdoor sports. MARVIN NIOGIL "Marv" 478 VVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club 1253 German Club 13, 453 Orchestra 1355 Aero Club 1453 Chemistry Club 145 5 Chess and Checker Club 145. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is music. LORETTA M ARGARET M ONGILLO f1L0rr:vu 2098 Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hobby is reading. Dams IDA NIONKS, B. T.- 109 Howe Street. Prepare at Troup. Plans to enter Ski more College. Hobbies horseback riding and , s - ming. pm NIARIE ANNA MONTANARO 53 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Aviation Club 125. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobbies are dancing and skating. Giaoncs M ICIIAEL LIONTANO A QD II "Chief" 294 Oak Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Italian Club 13, 45. Plans to study dentis- try at Harvard. Hobbies are sports and reading. HAROLD DAVID Moons tKHaPl,y.l! 23 Belmont Street, Hamclen. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Plans to study aviation. JOHN WILLIAM Moons, I' A sl: uciuyu 36 Young Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Ten- nis 1Z5g Baseball 12-45: Bas- ketball 1Z53 Hockey 13, 453 Senior Executive Committee. Plans to study dentistry at Tufts. Hobby is sports. .f""' N 4? ,ii GEORGE Romani' MORGAN 260 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peter's School. Plans to enter University of Southern California. Hobby is swimming. BARBARA Honns NIORGAN B. T.- u argieu 8 Quintox Stre . repared at Wo ii ton . Ac- tivities. c Club Cl, Z, 413 Tri- 3, 'li Chorus Q-11. Plans to enter Vassar. Hobby is dramatics. CORA R. MORGAN 197 Starr Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are dancing and sports. DAVID FRANKLIN MORGAN "Dave" 76 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Orchestra 1215 Band CZ-453 Volleyball HJ. Plans to enter Penn State. Hobbies are football and read- mg. TRACY STANNARD INIORGAN . "Trac" Westbrook, Connecticut. En- tered from Old Saybrook High School. Activities at N. H. H. S.: Aero Club 13, 415 Touch Football 125. Plans to enter Syracuse. Hobby is skating. ANNA -ii'li0RGENVICZ "Hanks" 204 Franklin Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Motto Club QU: Spanish Club 143. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. LIIURIEL JUSTINE Mounts 336 Orange Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Harmony Club CZJ. Plans to enter Connecticut College of Agriculture. Hob- bies are dancing and reading. Evsasrr BEECHER Morr l7 Manor Street. Hamden. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School, Hamden. Plans to study aviation. Hobby is skat- mg. E ELLEN JEAN ML1LLEN "Iran" 69 East Pe Peet. Pre- p ed a Haven Junior Hi ivities: Basketball and e ball at Fair Haven y . Plans enter Arnold Col- lege. H y is swimming. MARY ANN MULLEN, KM2 444 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic 1113 Chorus 12, 41g Hiking Club 1313 Tri-Y 13, 41. Plans to go to college. Hobby is horseback riding. TERRENCE FRANCIS LTULLIGAN "Terry" 130 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities : Touch Football 1213 Baseball 1213 Basketball 121. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is bas- ketball. ELIZABETH BREW srER M URDOCK New Havenf' Entered from Troup. Left January 21. 1931, because of illness. FRAYSESSJTHOMAS MURPHY "Murph " 569 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to study me- chanical engineering at Dart- mouth. Hobby is bowling. ROBERT BERNARD MURPHY ..Bob,, 1256 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Baseball 11-453 Football 1113 Motto Club 111. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is baseball. V1v1AN ALTHEA MUSGROV'E V IIIIYQZJJJ 213 Henry Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to study nurs- ing at Lincoln Hospital. Hob- bies are reading and dancing. LEO NIYERS nldeefi 57 Asylum Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities : Glee Club 1115 Band 12, 313 Basketball 1153 German Club 13, 413 Chemistry Club 141. Plans to enter Amherst. Hobby is sports. Q MICHAEL NECH WIADOVICH "Yorkie" 37 VVest Prospect Street, VVest Haven. Entered from Prince Street School. Activi- ties: Basketball 11, 25: Touch Football 125: Baseball 1333 French Club 143. Plans to en- ter Columbia University. GEORGE NIELSON, A 2 K 955 Ridge Road, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Motto Club 113: Football 13. 41. Plans to enter Connecticut College of Agriculture. Hobby is bridge. LEON THOIIAS NELSON "Lac" 600 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Track 12-43: Soccer 12, 435 Gym Team 12. 35. Plans to enter Springfield College of Gym- nastics. Hobby is dancing. NTARJORIE JOSEPHINE NELSON "Margie" 18 Iver Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activities: Or- chestra 1l5. Plans to study nursing. Hobbies are music and tennis. JAYNE S. NEY'IUS 368 Central Avenue. Entered from Eagle Junior High, Newt York. Activities : Writers' Club 1315 Swimming Club 13, 413 Basketball 143. 'Plans to go to college. Hobby is sports. JAM!-is NVAYNE NEXX'TON A E K "Newt" 266 Alden Avenue. Entered from Mount Herman Prep. School, Massachusetts. Activ- ities: Hi-Y 13, 43: Executive Committee 143. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is swimming. EDWARD NIAKICK "Eddie" 166 Fairmont Avenue. Pre- pared at VVoodward School. Y cf , EVERETT HEODORE NICHOLS "Nirk" 1148 Whitney Avenue. Pre- pared atVVorthing1c-n-Hooker. Activities: Radio Club 135. Plans to enter Middlebury College. Hobby is radio. tQe G OL ' ia "H zlfcsale s' 20 Da ge treet repared at Prince. ' Italian Club 13, 413 Aero Club 141. Hobby is golf. JEAN COULTER Nlsmsr, rp 2 49 Hawthorne Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen School. Activities: Hiking Club 1313 J. M. P. R. C. 131. Plans to study dietetics at Beaver Col- lege. Hobby is swimming. FLORENCE CAROLINE NORIXIAN "Touts" 771 Russell Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Bas- ketball and Volleyball Teams at Fair Haven. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is read- ing. MAXWELL OBER, A 2 K "Mac" 54 Cleveland Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y 12-41g Sz-u-rim-I Business Board 131g Svuftiuel Circulation Man- ager. Plans to study architec- ture. GEORGE GERALD O'BRIEN "Irish" 39 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Swimming Team 13, 41: Water Polo Team 13, 41. Plans to study dentistry. Hobby is swimming. JOHN JOSEPH O,BRlEN, 2 XP "fuck" 13 Third Street, Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell Avenue School. Activities: Motto Club 1115 Baseball 1115 Hockey 121: Swimming Squad 141. Plans to go to college. Hobby is swimming. CHARLOTTE MAY OCKERT, 4:2 270VVillow Street. Prepared at VVorthingtOn-Hooker. Ac- tivities: Dramatics 11,211 Vol- leyball 1113 Squad Leaders' Club 11, 21: Swimming Club 1313 Tri-Y 13,41g French Club 141. Plans to enter Lasell Seminary. Hobby is swimming. NANCY JOY OCONE UNUHH 197 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: French Club 13, 41. Plans to study nursing at New Haven Hospital. Hobby is sports. i A iQ? MARY CATIIERINE OYCONNELL 285 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is reading. VVILLIAM THOMAS O'CONNELL "Bill" 264 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Track fl, 25. Plans to study journal- ism. Hobby is writing. ARTHUR M. O,CONNOR HAND 34 Pendleton Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Plans to en- ter Holy Cross. Hobby is swimming. MIRIAM INEZ O'CONNOR "Mlm" 23 Haverford Street, Spring Glen. Prepared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities : French Club HD. Plans to study den- tal hygiene at Columbia. Hob- bies are dancing and horse- back riding. TOM XNILLLIAM O'CoNNoR 39 Onyx Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Vol- leyball 121. Plans to enter Holy Cross. TIMOTHY FRANCIS O'CoNNoR "Busky" 171 Chatham Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Touch Foot- ball 125. Plans to be an elec- trical enginecr. Hobby is golf. TIMOTHY JOSEPH O,CONNOR "Tim" 29 Winchester Avenue. Pre- pared at St Mary's. Plans to cnter Notre Dame. Hobby is skating. IRMA JOHANNA OLESEN "Polly Prim" Ridge Road. North Haven. Prepared at North Haven Center School. Activities: Aviation Club 125. Plans to take up dressmaking. Hobbies are skating and swimming. XVILLIAM Howmzn OLESEN "l-Vcc WiHie" AEK 265 ,Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at Orange Street School. Activities: Swimming Cl, 3, 43 g Basketball C133 Motto Club C135 Water Polo C3, 43: Cap- tain Water Polo C43. Plans to enter Renssalaer. Hobbies are swimming and automobiles. ELINOR BLANCHE OLINSKY "Ellie" 196 Lawrence Street. Pre- pared at WOftl1lllgf0ll-HO0k' er. Activities: Harmony Club C23 1 Aviation Club C23 3 Hiking Club C332 Writers' Club C435 Stamp Club C43. Plans to en- ter Stone's Business College. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. LILLIAN RIARIE O'MEARA "Lili" 157 Bradley Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club Cl, 23. Plans to enter St. Francis Hospital in Hartford. Hobby is dancing. JOSEPH JAMES O,NElLL 341 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peter's. Activi- ties: Writers' Club CZ, 3, 433 Chess and Checker Club C43. Plans to study law. Hobby is swimming. How.-um CHARLES OPPE. A A2 497 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C233 Tennis Team C23g Hi-Y C3, 43, German Club C43. Plans to enter Cornell. Hobby is lishing, HENRY MERYVIN OSBORN "O.vsie" 262 Willow Street. Prepared at Worthington-Hooker. Ac- tivities: Hi-Y Cl, 43. Plans to enter Coast Guard Academy. Hobby is boating. Tnoitms JEFFERSON O,SLlLLIX'AN "Tom" Clarks' Corner, Orange. Pre- pared at Orange Center School. Activities: Philatelic Society C1-433 Chorus C435 Debating Club C43. Plans to study aero- nautical engineeriug at Mass- achusetts Institute of Tech- nology. Hobby is stamp col- lecting. HELEN PALMIERI, cp E A 506 Orange Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Dramatic Club Cl, 23: Chorus Cl, 23g ltalian Club C3, 43. Plans to enter Larson's Secretarial School. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. AHMED PANAGROSSI, A 19 II .fPlmy,, 304 Columbus Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman School. Ac- tivities Debating Club 113g Touch Football 123' Cross Country 13, 433 ltalihi Club 143. Plans to enter le. Hob- bies are drawin viation. 1 K , VVILLIAM N. PANTALONE IIBSHU 371 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven Junior High. Activities: Radio Club 143. ANTHONY A. PAPA llpoppii 75 VVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Strong School. Ae- tivities: Track 113g German Club 143. Plans to enter Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. Hobbies are hunting and skat- ing. HELEN BETTY PAP:X, cb E A 1:7-ip-:yu 75 VVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Basketball 123g French Club 13, 435 Swimming Club 143. Plans to enter Smith Col- lege. Hobby is swimming. EVELYN PARDEE 150 Butler Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Basket- ball and Hockey 113. Plans to enter Arnold's. Hobby is danc- mg. ABRAHAM SAMUEL PARDOLL .,Abc,, 1560 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Volley- ball 1Z, 43g Football 1239 French Club 13. 43: Debating Club 133: German Club 1433 Chorus 143. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is reading. ANTHONY ROBERT PARENTE 126 Church Street, Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: Glee Club 1l.23g Football 1233 Basketball 123: Chorus 1235 French Club 143: Chemistry Club 143: Philatelic Club 143: Baseball 143. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. JOSEPHINE Docom-:s PARENTE ll? E A IIJOII 108 Church Street, amden. Prepared at Chu Street School, Hamden. ctivities : Dra ic l 3 g Chemis- try 3 lans to go to ll e bies are dancing orts. E THERON PARKER 66 Norton Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Future plans are undecided. IDA VINCENZA PARRELLA "Chell" 241 Forbes Avenue. Pre- pared at VVoodward. Activi- ties: Spanish Club 141. Plans to enter Normal School. Hob- by is reading. ANTHONY PATRICELLI UPU!!! 39 Ann Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Baseball 121: Cilee Club 1213 Writers' Club 1415 Debating Club 141. Plans to enter VVesleyan. Hob- by is writing. GEORGE BURTON PAYNE 86 Circular Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Acti- vities: Hi-Y 13, 41. Plans to study forestry at Yale. AARON A. W. PERLMAN M82 "Will " U 617 G tre . red at A tivit . Volley- 1, 1315 Swim- m ig a 3 Chemistry Club 1413 anager Swimming Tcam 141. lans to enter Uni- versity of Wisconsin. Hobby is swimming. RUTH PERi.RoTH, I1 E, 11 "Bibs" 532 Whitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Worthington-Hooker. Activities: Dramatics 11, 215 Basketball 11, 213 Chorus 1215 Debating 1315 French Club 13, 41. Plans to enter VVellesley. Hobbies are horseback riding and dancing. ARTHUR ERNEST PERPENTE lfArtJJ 102 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Plans to study electrical engineering. Hobbies are skating and bas- ketball. FRANK Pr-:RRoT'rI 27 Vtlaterbury Road. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Baseball 1213 Hi-Y 141. Plans to go to college. Hobby is basketball. ' I l l i l I 'l l l 5 A l l I I E EVERETT KARL PERRY, 11 E "Perri" 380 McKinley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Motto Club 125g Chorus 13, 453 York Square Players 13, 45. Plans to enter Harvard Business School. FLORENCE LILLIANNE PETERS 87 Diclcerman Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Plans to en- ter Pratt Institute. Hobby is dancing. M ARGARET ELIZABETH PETERS "Peanuts" 276 Clinton . n pared at Fair H ctivi- ties: Baske aql - 3 Squad Leader 12, 75 Cheer Leader 145. Plan enter Duke Uni- n't' sity. bies are swimming ng. CARn1.1NE IXIARTHA PETERSON "Parc" 573 NVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatic Club 1155 French Club 1153 Chorus 1455 Ger- man Club 145 5 Swimming Club 145. Plans to enter Arnold's. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. RAYMOND VVILLIAM PETROSK "Pete" Blake Street. r at r . 1- viti . a o Club 1 gRitie Teal 12-4 : Aero Club 145. Plans to enter Connecticut Ag- ricultural College. Hobby is shooting. JOHN BENJAMIN PHARR "Chubby" 1320 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Michigan. :XNTHUNY JACIK PICCIRILLO pared t' Prine . Acivities: Basketb l 1 l, Z ' estling , 3, 3 ac -45 3 Italian C 35 1 os ountry 145 g Vic Pr si 1 Italian Club 145. lax to enter George- town. o ies are athletics and danong. " 1gress Avenue. Pre- JANE Ross P1ccoL0. QEA "Janie" 286 Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton. Activities: 1 Dramatics 11, 255 Italian Club l 135: Chemistry Club 145. ' Plans to enter Larson's Secre- T tarial School. Hobby is dram- ' atics. l E ALBERT EDWARD Pu-:osKv HAI!! 53 Ardmore Street. Pre- pared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: Tennis Cl, 235 Motto Club Cl, 233 Hockey Cl, 23: Aero Club C333 Track C33 3 Rifle Team C3, 43 3 French Club C43. Plans to enter Dartmouth. Hobby is tennis. LAWRENCE KLEBIPNER Plous 135 Day Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C235 German Club C43. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is ten- ms. ROBERT Fwvif Pncnek. AE K "Bob" 81 NVoodbridge Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y C2-43: Baseball C233 Aero Club C3, 43. Plans to study aviation. - st , .1 I 3 Tnsouous Tnannsus Pmscvk u1TedrJ Z1 Pearl Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Plans to enter Fordham University. Hobbies are books and sports. NATuA1.1E MAE PHELPS llNat.U 52 Court Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Chorus CZ, 435 Spanish Club C43. Plans to enter Jamestown Gen- eral Hospital. Hobby is ska- ting. N v JOSEPH Pocuonowtcz ' 3' -,, Pokie 60 Pearl Street. Entered from Commercial High School. Activities at N. H. H. S.: German Club C43. Plans to enter Lehigh University. Hob7 bies are sports and reading. CE1.1A Leonone Pouusw ..Lec,. 17 VVaverly Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club C43. Plans to en- ter Columbia. SOPHIA MARY PGORZELSKI "SUM" 158 Rosette Street. Prepared at St. Stanislaus. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobbies are dancing and ice-skating. FRANCES FLORENCE POLAYES "Frankie" 13 Hallock Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Or- chestra fl-4l: Dramatics fl, Zi: French Club L-415 Swim- ming Club I-43. Plans to en- ter Stone's. Hobbies are swim- ming and dancing. Enrm ELIZABETH Pouncuus "Boots" 73 View Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Chorus C113 Aviation Club C233 Hiking Club CHQ Swimming Club C31 Plans to enter Boston City Hospital. Hobbies are dancing and skating. ANNE Louisa POLLACK ufyonyn 29 Davenport Avenue. Pre- pared at Worthington-Hooker. Activities: Aviation Club C215 Swimming Club 131. Plans to become a bacteriologist. Hobby is swimming. JAMES NATHANEAL POWELL 93 Eaton Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter Colum- bia. Hobby is sports. INE WILEY' PRATT 1298 Qui ' i Pre- pared at Fa ent lans to study nurs' Hobw is bas- ketball. Rom-:Rr PRETTY MAN 623 Whalley Avenue. En- tered from Wilmington, Dela- ware. Left school January 5, 1931. W1LLI.ALI PR1oLo, A C9 II "Bill"' 157 Hillside Avenue. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Motto Club fllg Swimming C113 Manager P. M. Swim- ming Team CZJ. Plans to en- ter University of Virginia. Hobbies are swimming and football. AIILDRED CAROLYN PRINDLE "Mil" 116 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Chorus fl, 233 Tri-Y C213 Hiking Club CSD. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are swimming and sports. AIARGARET FLORENCE Puc1.1EsE llpeggyii 48 Hill Street. 'Prepared at Prince. Plans to study nursing. Hobbies are skating and swim- ming. ATOLLIE EMILY PUORTO, :DE A 345 Norton Street. Prepared at Lovell School. Activities: Dramatics Cl, 253 Swimming Club C355 French Club C353 Italian Club C45. Plans to take library course at Columbia. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. HERBERT QUINT ..Bud,, 190 Howard Aven .' Pre- pared at T u n. tivities: Tumbling I ' lleyball C1-355 Foot , 255 Track Cl, 253 Bas ll C253 York Square Playe C3, -453 Wrest- ling C45. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Chicago?- TVTARY RADCLIFFE IIGH-lvl! 165 Goffe Street. Prepared at St. Mary's. Activities: Vol- leyball C153 Basketball CZ, 35. Plans to become a physical training instructor. Hobbies are basketball and tennis. C 113 CHARLES DAVIS READ "Chas"' 271 Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at VVorthington-Hooker. Activities: Motto Club C153 Cross Country C2-45: Track C2-453 Chorus C45. Plans to enter Yale Art School. Hobbies are drawing and track. AIARY MAD:-:Lon READY 125 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Plans to study dental hygiene at Columbia. Hobby is dancing. MARGARET AIARY REALFF "PWM" 514 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at St. john's. Activities: Dramatics Cl, 253 VVriters' Club C153 Volleyball Cl, 3. 45 3 Motto Club C25 3 Basketball C3, 453 Hiking C353 French Club C453 Tri-Y C45. Plans to en- ter Duke University. Hobbies are sports and dancing. MARION EM MA REECE "Kasey" 325 McKinley Avenue. Pre- pared at Spring Glen, Hamden. Activities: Motto Club CI5. Plans to enter Massachusetts General Hospital. Hobby is swimming. M ARYANN REEVES Uniden 119 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Hi- king Club 135g Tri-Y 1453 French Club 145. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobbies are skating and dancing. BIARY ELIZABETH REILLY 133 VVolcott Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Dramatics 125g Hiking Club 135. Plans to enter Lar- son's Secretarial School. Hob- bies are dancing and skating. ELISE ELEANOR Rem ER 1:6-prryu 68 Norton Q Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Motto Club 115g Tri-Y 125. Plans to study dietetics at Pratt In- stitute. Hobby is music. EVELYN Minus Rsisrecnizu IIEUU 104 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Chorus 125g VVriters' Club 1253 French Club 1453 Chem- istry Club 145. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobby is swimming. :WING SYDNEY RESNIK, M E "Dimples" 192 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football 125g Dramatics 1253 Soccer 1353 Manager Soccer 1453 Volleyball 145: Senior Executive Committee. Plans to enter University of Penn. Hobby is bowling. Barrisi-A Ricci ..Bat,, 121 Putnam Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Chorus 145. Plans to go to business college. Hobby is reading. PHILBURN JAY RICHARDS "Phil" 188 VVolcott Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Baseball 125. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is athletics. Fai-:umuc RICHMOND uljredyn 184 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Glee Club 11-355 Chorus 11-45 3 Football 11, 259 VVriters' Club 125 3 Radio Club 145. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hob- bies are skating and hockey. i EDWINA HARRIETT RILEY .ik-ddyi, 57 Collins Street, Hamden. Prepared at Church Street School, Hamden. Activities: German Club 13, 413 Chemis- try Club 141. Hobby is read- mg. ALICE MARY RING KM2 IBI 126 VVilliard Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Bas- ketball 12-41g Hockey 12-41: Motto Club 121: Volleyball 1315 Swimming 13, 415 Sen- tinel business board 131. Plans to enter Trinity. I LIARI KATHRYN Linux 77 Edwards Street. Prepared at Lovell. Activities: Dram- atics 1112 J. M. P. R. C. 13, 41: Spanish Club 141: Tri-Y 141. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is swimming. PETER JOSEPH Riso V "Pete" - 7 Collett Street. Prepared at Centerville School. Activi- ties: W'restling 141. Plans to further his education. Hobbies are reading and sports. EUNICE EMERALDA RITCH 'IJECID 243 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Nathan Hale. Activi- ties: Hockey 1113 Dramatics 1l, 21: Chorus 11-41: Basket- ball 121g Vice-President Avi- ation Club 121. Plans to en- ter Highland Manor School. Hobby is horseback riding. .ALBERT FREDERICK RITTER A ,S 2 "Feet" 1397, Boulevard. E n t e r e d from New Britain High School. Activities: at N H. H. S.: Football 141: Basketball 141: Track 1415 Chairman Senior Promenade. Plans to go to college. Hobbies are fishing and aviation. KA'rHEiuN.-x MAME Rxzzorl "Kitty" 5 Lee Street, Hamden. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: Italian Club 141. Plans to en- ter Grace Hospital. Hobby is music. M ARc:ARE'r ELIZABETH ROBBIN s K M 2 I B I "Betty" 3-4 B treet. Entered on r Hi li. Ac- tl 6. . 1 121 I llra " 213 Hiking Clu wimming Club 13. 41 Q ei r Executive Com- mittee. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is golf. UQWWE NIARY ANN Rom-:irrs nB0bbyn 650 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Plans to enter Presbyterian Hospital. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. JANET IMILLS Roaskrs "Jan" 54 Wakefield Street, Hamden. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Hamden. Activities: Tri-Y 11-455 Chorus 11, 453 Orchestra 1153 VVriters' Club 12-45: French Club 1355 Sentinel 145. Plans to enter Mount Holyoke. Hobby is drawing. Josnrn Ronsnrs 69 Dickerman Street. Pre- pared at Troup. CALVIN Cow1NG ROBINSON IlCal!! Entered from West Haven High School. Activities: Track 1153 Hockey 1255 Baseball 13, 455 basketball 13, 45. .Hobbies are baseball and skating. s LILLIAN 0TH ROBINSON 8 ard tr Prepared at p. A ' s: Basket- ba 15. ob is gymnas- tic . FRANCES ANN Rocns "S nooks" 623 VVinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Motto Club 125 3 Tri-Y 13, 45 : J. M. P. R. C. 13, 453 Hiking Club 135: French Club 145. Plans to enter Fannie A. Smith School. Hobbies are music and sports. VVILLLIAM Momus Rocorr "W illie" 385 Oak Street. Prepared at Troup, Plans to enter City College of New York. Hobby is sports. Eussio RoMANo "Romana" 43 Prince Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Track 12-453 Debating Club 1253 Italian Club 145. Hobbies are sports and reading. W PETER ROMANOVSKY flpelell 373 Blatchley Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Hobby is radios. ARTHUR RosEN X "Babe" 3 Davenport Avenue. Pre- red at Troup. Activities: French Club 13, 45 1 Volleyball 13, 45. Plans to enter Tufts Dental School. Hobby is sports. Gsm-Runs GILDA Rosm: "Genie" 55 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club 145. Plans to enter Nor- mal School. Hobby is dancing. HERMAN TUcKER ROSENBAUM IKROIAIJI 386 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: French Club 13, 45. Plans to enter Arnold's. Hobbies are swimming and skating. PAUL WILLIAM RosENnEcK 98 Howe Street. Entered from Crosby High School, Waterbury. Plans to study designing. Hobby is bird rais- ing. HERBERT Rosmxm-:Rn 11160-veyu 23 Carmel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 1253 Golf 13, 455 Spanish Club 13, 453 Volleyball 135. Plans to enter Connecticut Agricul- tural College. Hobby is golf. I ULIAN W. Rosmnsnno rrjubyu 1519 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Louis RALPH Rosmimanc, M 2 IILOHU 104 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Volleyball 12-45: Dramatics 1253 German Club 13, 453 Chemistry Club 145. Plans to go to college. Hobbies are reading and tennis. A jip Rorxeur ROSENBERG, A P 2 "Bob" 1519 Boulevard. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Glee Club C255 Motto Club C253 Baseball C253 Chess and Checker Club C3, 453 Radio Club C455 Chem- istry Club C45. Plans to study medicine at Yale. Hobby is collecting old coins. ARRAH AM ROSENBLOOM "Rosie" 220 VVintlirop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Chess and Checker Club C3, 45: German Club C453 Chem- istry Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. FRANCES Aivci-: ROSENFIELD "Fran" 538 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus CZ. 453 Hockey C255 Dramatics C253 Hiking C351 J. M. P. R. C. CS, 455 French Club C353 Philatelic Club C3, 453 Har- mony C3, 45: Swimming Club C45. Plans to enter Grace Hospital School of Nursing. XVILLIAM ALVIN RQSENFIELD Y A 415 "PViIlie" 245 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Baseball C255 Assistant Busi- ness Manager Glmm. Plans to enter University of Georgia. Hobbies are swimming and ten- ms. DOROTHY Evi-:LVN ROSENSTOCK fb 2 KID uD0tn 140 Cottage Street. Prep! at W'orthington-Hooker. Ac- tivities: Dramatics C1-453 De- bating mg Writers' Club Cz- l 455 Chemistry Club C45: Cho- 1 rus C45. Plans to enter Smith. , l l THEODORE BERNARD ROSENTHAL ..7-ed., 40 Oak Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: NV inner 1 Sophomore English Exam., Band Cl-45: Orchestra Cl-45: Debating Cl-45: 'Writers' Club CZ, 45 3 Radio Club C35 3 Chess and Checker Club C3, 453 Chemistry Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. ' l LTIRIABI Roso tw "1lIini.r" l 332 Sherman Avenue. re- pared at Prince. Activities: Debating Cl, 253 Chorus Cl, 2, 453 Dramatics Cl, 25: Glee Club C455 French Club C45. Plans to study journalism. Hobbies are reading and danc- ing. 1 4 4 0' l NIARY Ross Ross C 7University Place. Prepared 1 at St. Boniface School. Activ- ities: Draniatics Cl, 453 Tri-Y 1 C2, 355 Spanish Club CSecre- tary5 C455 Hiking Club C353 Cheerleader C45. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobby is dancing. 1 Ent ELM TREE 3 NVESTLEY AUGUSTINE Ross "West" 55 Davis Street. Entered from St. Anselnfs College, Manchester, N. H. Activities: Football 11, 213 Basketball 11, 21: Baseball 11-41. Plans to enter Maryland University. Hobbies are baseball and skat- ing. ALBERT RALPH RossoMANno "K-id Rossi" 1lZ Hamiltoji Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton. Hobby is boxing. Jon N DAVID Ros'roN ' fxqpecdyrn ' 116 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Motto Club 111: Tennis 111: Hockey 111g Hi-Y 11, 215 VVrestling 121: Aero Club 131 g Track 141. Plans to study aviation. Hob- bies are basketball and aero- nautics. UTHER LEE ROWLAND "Lute" 383 Thompson Avenue, East Haven. Prepared at Union School, East Haven. Activi- ties: President York Square Players 141: Philatelic Society 141. Hobbies are music and archery. MAIIION Rosie ROWLAND 76 Second Street, Hamden. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Activities: Dram- atics 111. Plans to enter Nor- mal School. Hobby is skating. JAMES ll-'IILTON Rovsrisiz 82 Cherry Ann Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Cross Country 12-415 Track 12-41. . o I EN ffLecH 224 Norton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus 1215 Dramatics 1213 Hiking Club 1313 French Club 1413 German Club 141. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hob- bies are horseback riding and golf. ETHEL Esrr:LLE Rozorsxv II E TI HE!!! 200 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Hiking Club 121g Debating Club 13, 413 French Club 1313 Chorus 141, Plans to study dental hygiene at Columbia. Hobby is traveling. E ERNEs'r FRANCIS Rnnmo "Emir" 85 Hazel Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: VVrestling CZ. 413 Track Cl-355 Glee Club 123. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. Hobby is drawing. SIDNEY RLYBIN "O'Bricn" 198 Chatham Street. Pre- pared at 'roup. ctivities : Dra ics , , Swimming Teal sistant Manager Qwim J g Tumbling C23 5 Wootba 1253 Volleyball 135: German Club C433 Manager Water Polo C4b. Plans to en- er N. Y. U. Hobby is swim- ming. ANTHONY JOHN Ruconsao 84 Russell Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Swimming Team 125. Plans to study aeronautics. Hobby is aviation. IMAX .ADOLPH RUMANQFF finial-JJ 36 XfVhite Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Ger- man Club C2-45g Radio Club C45. Plans to enter C. C. N. Y. Hobby is carpentry. 1 r FRED ALFRED Ruocco, A 0 l'I lll Greene Street. Prepared at Columbus. Activities: Ital- ian Club f33. Plans to enter Rensselaer. Hobby is checkers. U' ACE RUSSELL "Giggles" 1226 Forest Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Tri-Y CZJ. Plans to einer Brooklyn Hospital Scbool of Nursing. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. VVILFRED FRANK Russian "W ill" Circular Avenue, Hamden. Entered from East Haddam, Conn. Plans to study fores- try. Hobby is skating. MARGARET ELEANOR RYLANU "Marge" 55 Stanley Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dram- atics 1235 Debating Club 121: Chorus 1213 YVriters' Club 13, 433 Hiking Club CSM Tri-Y C3, 435 Chemistry Club C4J. Plans to enter Beaver College. Hobby is reading. E FREDERICK PERCIVAL SABATINQ lKFT0d,, 37 Burr Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale. Activities: Base- ball Cl, 255 Football C2, 45: Soccer C35 g Track C35 Q Tennis C453 Chess and Checker Club C45. Hobby is checkers. SAM SACHS, M E ..DuHy,. 1505 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C25: Tennis C2, 353 Bas- ketball C35g Debating Club C35 g York Square Players C45 3 French Club C453 Chorus C45. Plans to study law at Yale, Hobbies are drainatics and sports. Momus AARON SAG:-:R "Mash" 42 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus C253 German Club C45. Plans to enter Columbia. Hobby is sports. ESTHER M Anna SAI.vA'roRE uEsu tg 5 Wolcott Street. Prepared t Fai Haftli. Activities: C rus 3,45 3 Basketball C25 Z I ' 1 C35. Plans to en- t ormal School. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. RUTH ANN SAMPSON, QP "Sammy" 28 Thornton Street, Spring Glen. Prepared at Humiston School, Cheshire, Activities: President Dramatic Club C155 Secretary Motto Cluh Cl5g Dramatics CZ5: Tri-Y C35. Plans to study nursing. Hob- by is dancing. V ERA M ARGARET SANFORD ..Vee,. 228 '-Park Street. Entered from Campbell High, Camp- bell, N. Y. Activifies: Wri- ters' Club Cl-45: -Motto Glub mg Hiking Club C353 Frerkh Club C453 Tri-Y C45. Plans to enter Syracuse. Hobby is dgiv- ing a car. SAl.vA'roR JOHN SANTILO USl,ll,U 8 Harding Place. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to go to col- lege. Hobby is model airplane building. M EYER HOXX'ARD SARKIN "Mike" 558 VVashington Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Debating Club C1-355 Presi- dent Debating Club C45g Wri- ters' Club C25g French Club C3, 455 Chorus C45. Plans to enter Yale. BARBARA S oe BI " obby 11 el Street. Prepared at T u Activities: Senior Executiie Committee Q45. Plans to study oral hygiene at Co- lumbia. Hobby is horseback riding. ANc1LLA Sc.-x1.ABR1N llsilll 33 Pardee Place, East Haven. Prepared at Gerrish School, East Haven. Activities: French Club L453 Chorus 145. Plans to enter business. Hobbies are reading and dancing. JULIET Roseiwmav SCANDONE "Billie" 15 Jeherson Street. Entered from Commercial High School. Activities: Glee Club C153 Chorus fl, 25. Plans to enter Massachusetts General Hospi- tal. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. BERNARD SCHAEFER 99 Blake Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Basket- ball lZ5g Tennis C253 Football C253 W'riters' Club 125: Ger- man Club Q3, 453 Volleyball Team 145. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Southern California. Hobbies are jamateur photo- graphy and basketball. INIARGARETHA Scmmren "M urge" 126 Sherman Avenue. En- tered from jamaica High School. Activities: Spanish Club 145. Plans to travel after grad- , uation. Hobby is swimming. LILYAN HELEN Sci-ig EL 495 Orchard Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Hobbies are l dancing and hiking. X 5 0 NATHAN C. iurr ', 100 Gregor treet. Pre- pared at Baszett. Activities: Swimming Q2-453 Volleyball C35. Plans to enter University of Florida. Hobby is swim- ming. RUTH SCHILLER "Rufus" 40 VVest Prospect Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. lActivities: J. M. P. R. C. 1255 German Club C453 Gleam Business Board 145. Plans to study oral hygienic at Columbia. Hobbies are reading and swimming. it E CAROLYN MARY SCHLOSSER CfBabell 109 Poplar Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Ger- man Club 145. Plans to take up nursing. Hobby is skating. Etsm T. Scnmirr uSCh'lf1iHjYu 101 ' nam Avenue, Ham- den. 1a111 Ave- nue S , amden. ct '- ties: Mott Cl 1 5' Club 135. . tudy art. Hobbies are dancing and foot- ball. Monro .Rm-r CHN AN ll-for ' r St . Prepared a r . lvitiesz Volley- ball 135: orus 145. Plans to enter Ya e. Hobby is sports. GRACE LUCIA SCHRECK ray" ' 'Bradle Avenue, Hamden. Pr pared at Bassett. Activi- ties Chorus 145: Treasurer Yor Square Players 1453 Fren h Club 145. Plans to go to business college. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. BARBARA-ANN SCHREIBER, AA "Barb" 65 Elmwood Road. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Motto Club 1253 Sr-ntimfl Editorial Board 135: German Club 1353 President German Club 1453 Class Book Editorial Board 1453 Chorus 145. Plans to en- ter Vassar. If M 'J-' J. S 0 EVELYN VIVIAN Scnwaarz "E I ph ie" 277 Greenwich Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: Orchestra 11-45: Chorus 1255 Dramatic Club 1251 Hiking Club 1355 French Club 145. Plans to go to Normal School. Hobby is dancing. NIILDRED SCH WARTZ 281 Whalley Avenue. Prernovp pared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 125: Dramatics 1253 French Club 145. Plans to en- ter Yale Scbool of Fine Arts. Hobbies are music and art. ALBERT RAPHAEL SCIENCE' WAI!! 79 Pearl Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Hobby is athletics. Ill QTEK mg ARTHUR RAYMOND SEEFAHRT "Killer" 217 Mansfield Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Assistant Manager Football 131g Manager Football 1415 Senior Executive Committee. WARREN THOMAS SEI-:LEY 281Chatham Street. Prepared at Clinton Avenue School. Ac- tivities: Basketball 11, 215 Baseball 11, 215 York Square Players 131: Football 141. Plans to enter Alabama Uni- versity. Hobbies are aeronau- tics and dancing. CONCETTA M. SEBASTIANELLO GJ E A 1:7-ettyn 20 Clark Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Chorus 1l1: Italian Club 131. Plans to enter Larson's Secretarial School. Hobbies are dancing and tennis. BERNICE Rosa SEGALOFF fl? 2 YP "Bern" 516 Yale Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Writ- ers' Club 141. Plans to enter Yale School of Fine Arts. Hobby is art. SIDNEY SEGALOFF, M 2 QBFPPOU 231 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Swimming Team 1215 Oliiice Boy No. 21 13, 41. Plans to en- ter Alabama University. Hob- bies are swimming and fishing. ESTHER SETLUXY 464 NortonoParkwa Pre- pared at Troup ivities: 11Vriters' Club 1 - French Club 13, 41 ' c 12, 413 Swimming 1. ns to enter Smith i are sports and read' HARRY SHAILOR 18 View Street. Prepared at Lovell School. wmxlff-fc AARON LEVVIS SIIANOK . Q 80 l1Vebster Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Volley- ball 131 3 Football 121 3 German Club 141. Plans to enter Buck- nell. Hobby is sketching. E ISADORE S II Amuo 36l Legion Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Chorus C2-435 Dramatics f2, 433 Glee Club 121: French Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Columbia. Hob- by is art. O BEATRICE ANIARJORY S HAXV Orange, Conn. Prepared at Orange Grammar School. Left Nov. 4, 1930. FLORENCE GRACE SHERBUT " Tcddyv Bethany, Conn. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Chorus C25 g Tri-Y 13, 41. Plans to be a teacher. Hobby is hiking. GRACE SYBQLLA SHERMAN "Oi.scau" 781 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Chorus HJ. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobby is music. Louis SHERMAN 55 MStreef. Prepared at Tro ' : Basket- ball : oot a 123: German Club C3, A 3 riters' Club 135: V0 lvl,- enter e. 3 y sports. WILLIALI SHUKRY SHIA "Bill" 36 Dow Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Hi-Y fl-41g Soccer 1419 Radio Club 1453 Aero Club C-41. Plans to enter M. I. T. Hob- bies are basketball and foot- ball. IVIARION ELIZABETH SHIELDS KME 159 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Tri- Y HM Chorus C453 French Club HJ. Plans to enter Lar- son's Secretarial School. Hob- by is swimming. BENJAMIN W. SHIFFRIN "Bennie" 4 Button Street. Prepared at Truman School. Plans to en- ter N. Y. U. Hobbies are foot- ball and 'mmin . 125 B XVILLIAMZ EDWARD S Hom' "Shorty" 569 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Hobby is sports, especially hockey. Ross Sunrnmcx "Shrebby" pa a an. Activities: Deba mg lub 11-453 Chorus 1155 D natics 11, 259 Writ- irs' Cu 12-453 Hiking Club 5g 'encb Club 145. Plans Quinni iac Avenue. Pre- t , dy dental hygiene at Co- l n ia. Hobbies are debating d skating. .ANNE SIEFEN, E N 2 "Amr" 884 Elm Street. Prepared at St. Boniface. Activities: De- bating 11. 255 Volleyball 1153 Chorus 11, 251 Dramatic Club 125 g German Club 13, 45. Plans to enter Simmons College. Hobby is skating. x S RosAL'rNE HAN N.-U1 SILVER "Ro:.:'ic" 25 Hotchkiss Stre . Pre pared at Troup. A ' itie : Hiking Club 135. Pai to study dress esi i ob- bies are sewi a ske ching. I ,- X 5, Mouron SILVERMAN, Y qs A "Marty" 144 Gilbert Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Debating 12, 355 'Nriters' Club 12, 355 Srntinvl 1355 German Club 13. 45 : York Square Play- ers 1353 Class Book Commit- tee. Plans to enter Yale. Hob- by is journalism. CECIL ELAINE SILVERSTEIN llpetew 53 Dyer Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities : Hockey 125 5 Volleyball 125. Plans to enter VVeylister. Hobby is horseback riding. ROBERT S HERM AN SIMONDS IlB0bll .28 Lynwood Place. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Dram- atics 125g Hi-Y 13,453 Chorus 1453 German Club 145 Q Glmm Editorial Board 13, 45. FLORENCE Gsnrxuns SIMONI all-Ion 18 Richmond Street, East Haven. Activities: Dramatic Club 115. Plans to enter Lar- son's Secretarial School. Hob- bies are swimming and danc- ing. SX! IDA DIANE SIMONS "S nooks" 90 Howard Avenue. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Tri-Y 11-31: Chorus 11, 21: Dram- atics 1111 Hockey 12-413 Hik- ing 13, 41. Plans to study dramatics. Hobby is drawing. NANCY STUART SKIFF 1194 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities : Tri-Y 131. Hobbies are reading and ten- ms. I INIILTON J. SKOLNICK, QB "Milt" 353 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Activities: VVrestling 12, 31g Tumbling 131: Assistant Manager Bas- ketball 13, 41. Plans to enter Co-rnell. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. ,losizpn PATRICK SLATTERY "SInHs" 37 Admiral Street. Prepared at St. Mary's. Activities: Hoc- key 11-413 Baseball 11-31: Football 12-41. Plans to enter Boston College. Hobby is foot- ball. WILLIAM JOHN SLINEY "Birch" 165 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Track 1213 Aero Club 1315 Spanish Club 141. Plans to study commercial designing. by is photography. JANE OLGA SLOBODZIAN "fin-ny" 69 Saltonstall Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ties: Paint and Pencil Club 111. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobby is reading, and stamp collecting. JAMEs Lnsraa SMALLMAN "Jim" 27 Thompson Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Aero Club 1215 Wrestling Team 141. Plans to study en- gineering. Hobby is aviation. EIJNA HARRIETT SMERNOFF flEd.U 17 Anthony Street. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Ham- den.' Activities: Tri-Y 11-415 Debating 1115 Dramatic Club 1215 Hiking Club 1315 Swim- ming 131. Plans to enter For- sythe College. A LILLIAN FRIED Sum O Lil" , 6 Tr nStre . Prepared at n. Act' ities: Dram- a , Z ' mating CI, 255 C1 IS , Glee Club f3, IRENE CATHERINE SMITH 299'GI'CCl1XVlCl1TAVCIHIC. Pre- pared at Newhall Street School, Hamden. Activities: Basketball QU: Volleyball QU: E Swimn g Club C3. 47. ns to enter Columbia. Hob- by is Fishing. BEssIE HARTLEY SMITH ugeuyu 182 Willard Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Plans to enter Lasell Seminary. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. DOROTHEA CAROLINE SMITH KlD0tll 3 King Place. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Dramatics fl, 25: Hiking Club C335 French Cluh 143. Plans to en- ter Normal School. Hobby is reading. Q wtgyyesa Ezt.-w.ii'Y, ELLEN LoUIsE SM1T1I 256 West Rock Avenue. re pared at Sheridan. ' Itie Tri-Y C433 Chorus s T to go to college o ' tennis. l 128 French Club HD. Plans to be a teacher. Hobby is sports. JANE ELIZABETH SMITH rfD0Ilyv 66 Miller Street Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 145. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is dancing. ICATHRYN SMITH ..Kay,, 26 Beers Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club 43, 45. Plans to enter Emerson School of Oratory. Hobby is dancing. ll-I,xRsH.u.I. LI-:JEAN SMITH A E K "Mar.rl1" -1490 VVhitney Avenue. Pre- pared at Mt. Carmel Grammar School. Activities: Chorus fl. 23: Orchestra 11, 31: Band fl, 27 g Scrzfixlvl Business Board 13, 453 Hi-Y fl-49. Plans to enter VVl1arton School of Finance. Svnvm SMITH frlswyven 17 Daggett Street. Prepared at Prince. Activities: Chorus 13, 41. Plans to enter Brook- lyn Jewish Hospital School of Nursing. Hobbies are dancing and singing. CHARLES ALSTON SMv'ruw1cK "Charlie" 65 Edgewood Avenue. En- tered from Overbrook High, Philadelphia. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are tennis and music. ISVELYN S NEIDERMAN llE'v'! 6Z0'Gcorge Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Chorus 1213 Dramatics 1213 French Club 141. Plans to enter Nor- mal School. Hobbies are danc- ing and tennis. ' ROGER SNOW 1140 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Strong School. Left for Florida, November 13, 1930. HILDEGARDE SNYUER "Ducky" U 399 Fountaii S eet. Pre- pared at Tru . Activities: Deba 1 1g otto Club 1Qg . P. R. . 13, 413 Hikin lub 1315 French Club 13, , VVriters' Club 1415 Glmm Business Board. Plans to enter Syracuse. Hobbies are writing and skating. ABR.-umm Soncor "Alla" 475 Winthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Manager Water Polo 1315 Swimming 1413 YVrestling 141. Plans to enter M. I. T. s INGRID.LINNEA SGDERSTROM . -. .4- 0' . r' 1 A , . Vi' nLC71l1fUu IZ Beacon Street, Hamden. Entered from Bay Ridge High, Brooklyn. Activities: Chorus 1.215 French Club 141. Plans to enter Larson's Secretarial School. Hobbies are tennis and skiing. CARMELA IWARIE Som., cb E A "Mae" 218 Chatham Street. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Activi- ,tiess Chorus 1415 French Club 141.' Plans to become a secre- tary. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. SOLLO 166 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: VVriters' Club Cl, 255 Dramatics C255 Chess and Checker Club C355 VVrestling Squad C355 Tumbling Squad C45. Plans to enter Arnold's. MOLLX' SOLLOWAY npouyu 166 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Chorus CZ-455 Dramatics C255 Swim- ming C355 J. M. P. R. C. C355 Hiking Club C355 Glee Club C355 French Club C45. Plans to enter Connecticut Agricul- tural College. Hobbies are reading and dancing. AARoN Rosen SOTMAN UB0bU 37 Lyon Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Swimming Team C1-355 Dramatics C155 Writers' Club C255 Baseball C255 Chess and Checker Club C3, 455 German Club C45. Plans to enter Con- necticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby is swin1ming. VITAL!-:Ne ZITA SPANG dl Ijitll 600 Ferry Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club Cl, 45. Plans to be a teacher. Hobbies are swimming and reading. M' ROSALINE DoRo'rH x' SP1-:cron TI E II 500 El Ave u 0, pared at roup. ies : Hockey C2-455 Dawg CZ. 355 Dran 1 olleyball CZ, 35 as all C3, 455 French Clu ' lans to en- ter VVcllesley. Hobby is horse- back riding. WILLIAM REILLY SPENCER 123 Newhall Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to get a po- sition in the Government ser- vice. Fosrax Esn1oNn SPERRY ..F0s,, 51 Edward Street, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Union Gram- mar, East Haven. Activities: Rifle Team C355 Spanish Club C45. Plans to go into business. Hobby is boat building. HARRIETTE Ronms SP1-:RRY rlHarry1! johnson Road, Vifoodbridgc. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Chorus C2-455 Secretary York Square Players C45 French Club C455 Senio - ecutive Committee. Pla to enter Parson's hool cy! oration. Hobby rifl 7' mg. is ELEANOR EDITH S'rAm.ER "Ellie" 96 Gorham Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Bassett. Activi- ties: German Club 141: Cho- rus 141. Plans to be a teacher. Hobbies are swimming and skating. NORMA DEE STARIN, HE H "Ninn" Z9 Westwood Road. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: VVriters' Club 12. 313 Volley- ball 12-41: Basketball 12, 41: French Club 13, 41: York Square Players 13, 41. Plans to enter Smith. Hobby is danc- mg. v "Ltmk" 1 gs ,M 2 oydon Road. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Track 1215 Orchestra 12, 31: Band 1213 Basketball 121: VVriters' Club 12, 315 Motto Club 1213 Ten- nis Team 121. Plans to enter Pittsburgh University. Hobbies are tennis and basketball. SAMVE1. J. H. Srrm "Doc" 34 Baldwin Street. Prepared at Strong School. Activities: Track 11. 31: Gym Team 11, 2. 31 3 Glee Club 111 I Tumbling 121: Chorus 121. Plans to en- ter Northeastern University. Hobbies are swimming and track. XVILLIA M ,losavu STEIN HBill1J 252 Tyler S , aven. C lLIlllSil" l , Plans to enter P . .cliool of lndus- trial Arts. Hobby is sports. Prepara a Str 1 K tool. Activities: . ' it -ll , 41: l' ' QARDLD QTEIINBE 409 Ellsworth Avenue. P pared at Troup. Activities: VVriters' Club 12-41: Orches- tra 12-41: Baud 12-413 Foot- ball 121g German Club 13, 41. Plans to enter University of Pennsylvania. Hobbies are 11111- sic and sports. Momon STEINBERG, 51,5 "Curly" 45 Day Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Philatelic Society 121: 'Track 131: Presi- dent Philatelic Society 131 3 German Club 131 3 Soccer 141 3 Volleyball 141. Plans to study dentistry :lt University of Mary- land. Hobby is swimming. ANNA CECILIA STEINMACIIER 569 Middletown Avenue. En- tered from South Hadley High, Mass. Activities at N. H. H. S.: J. M. P. R. C. 13, 413 Swim- ming Club 141. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are reading and swimming. if. E Sopnnz FRANCES STERN nksfophv 345 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatics C255 Chorus CZ, -U: Hiking Club C31 : French Club C-ll. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hobby is dancing. FLORENCE JEAN S'ravi-:Ns Street. repared at ir H . Activities: Swim ub C35 3 Tri-Y C4Jg e ub C4J. Plans to go to business college. Hobbies are swimming and skating. VVALLACE ERWIN STEVENSON "Radu 359 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Volleyball Cl, Zj. Plans to en- ter Columbia. Hobby is radio. HULBERT T AS STEWART . it 37 High t -t. Entered from Allegany i g h, Maryland. Activi ' V: Dramatic C l u b Presid 5 .Zj g Motto Club C23 3 Gym am C253 Basketball C333 K iager Basketball C425 '- 'C 35: Sentinel Editorial Bo A C-U3 Sophomore and JI 'or Social Committees. Pljns to study business admin- tration. Hobby is driving. X 132 X I .NIORTIMER STILL, M E, 406 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Motto Club CZJQ Basketball CZDQ Treasurer Aero Club C315 Football C3l. Plans to enter University of Penn. FRANCI-:s Nfl'-ZRONICA STOLL "Fran" 433 Fountain Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: German Club C41 Plans to go to business college. Hobbies are golf and dancing. EDR-'ARD PAUL STONICK 130 Gerrish Avenue, East Haven. Entered from Glad- stone Junior High, Pittsburgh. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. Hobby is baseball. M ARY EVANS STOVVELL 245 VVest Rock Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus C251 Tri-Y CZ-43 g Ten- nis C3l 3 French Club C45 5 State Interscholastic Tennis Cham- pion C4J. Plans to go to col- lege. Hobbies are tennis and music. 3 JANE CLAUDIA STRAUSS 85 Avon Street. Prepared at Wforthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Dramatics 11, 2, 41: Bas- ketball 11, 21: Tri-Y 11-313 French Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Katharine Gibbs' School. Hobbies are dancing and golf. BENJAMIN ETTING1-TR STROUSE "Bud" 117 Cann Stre . Prepared at VVort1iin 1 ookcr. Ac- tivities: H , e 1-311 Debat- ing Club 3 Baseball 11, 21: Fre edu nb 141. Plans to go into us ness. I EDWVARD STRUZYNSKI 9 Sutton Street, East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar, East Haven. Activities: Motto Club 121: Hi-Y 131: Fencing 141: Radio Club 141. Plans to go to college. Hobby is fenc- ing. HELEN MARY STRUZYNSKI 9 Sutton Street, East Haven. Prepared at Union Grammar, East Haven. Activities: Motto Club 11, 21: Basketball 115. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are swimming and drawing. I 1 Q . ' ' 133 Qie."iJi"i'3 V i GLADYS ENA STYLES "Gladic" 354 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Dramatics 1213 Chorus 12-45g Volleyball 121: Tri-Y 12-41. Plans to enter the Gateway School. Hobby is dancing. JOSEPH PAUL Sucncxcxx 111 Hazel Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Foot- ball 121: Baslcetbal112-jg Base- ball 121. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is golf. LIARGUERITE IWARY SUGRUE Q P 9 n 504 Newhall Street, Ham en. Prepared at Newhall Street School. Activities: Dramatics 11, 255 Swimming Club 13. 45. Plans to enter Albertus Mag- nus. Hobbies are swimming and skating. EDWARD DANIEL SULLIVAN "Rusty" 274 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Ivy. Activities: Foot- ball 11, 213 Writers' Club 11, 21: Motto Club 1119 Soccer 121: Track 13, 413 Aero Club 13, 41. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobbies are traveling and skating. E ,lAMEs ,losemr SULLIVAN "Sully" lO22 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Dixwell School, Ham- den. Activities: Glee Club QU. Plans to enter N. Y. U. Hob- by is outdoor sports. LILLIAN NIARIE SULLIVAN K M E 252 Vlfinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hockey C232 Tri-Y Q2--ljg French Club till. Plans to en- ter Albertus Magnus. Hobby is skating. FEDORA M .nav GRACE SUu.o "Teddy" 15 Pearl Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties : Chorus CIVJ g Italian Club UVB: Basketball CU. Plans to enter Yale Music School. Hob- by is music. FLORENCE KATHERINE SWEENEY "Swe'n" 91 Lamberton Street. Pre- pared at Truman. Plans to enter a business college. Hob- bies are dancing and skating. Juflawff ' if 1-'e-'df3"'f- IVAN XVEINBERG TAMSKY, IEA "Tam" 101 Gilbert Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Gym Team Ql: Volleyball 12-415 Soccer C3, 43: German Club C3, 433 Class Picture Commit- teeg Chorus 143. Plans to cn- ter Yale. Hobby is athletics. ' C'-Z,,,,1,., ...kr-u-+ "4-NN Sgiriazxx AlLEN ANABAUM, mi: B S' "Sid" 485 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basketball 121: WVrestling Team. Assis- tant Manager l3, 41 3 Harmony Club f4l. Plans to enter Uni- versity of Maryland. Hobby is dancing. NICHOLAS TAnAsKv "T. N. T. 248 Congress Avenue. Pre- pared at Prince. Activities: Aero Club QSM Radio Club Ci, 42g Hi-Y Q-lj. Plans to study engineering. Hobbies are ra- dio and aviation. WILLIAM ALVIN 'l'A'rE "Barnacle" 466 Quinnipiac Avenue. Pre- pared at Fair Haven. Plans to study chemistry. Hobbies are photography and astronomy. E BEss1E MARION TAUTVID "Bobby" 256 Atwater Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: French Club C41. Plans to en- ter St. Raphael's School of Nursing. Hobbies are reading and swimming. THOMAS VVILSON, A A 2 "Tom" 1914 Chapel Stret. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Base- ball f21g Hi-Y Q13 Track Team 13, 415 Spanish Club 141. Plans to enter Syracuse Uni- versity. Hobby is track. ELIZABETH MARION TENIN flB0tt3'l,l 139 English Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus C213 French Club 13, 413 York Square Players 141. Plans to enter Albegtus Mag- nus. Hobbies ar drawing and reading. 1,9 ,D R f l -f , s DOROTHY JANE TERRY llD0tH 49 Beers Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Activi- ties: Dramatics Cl, 215 Chorus f1,2, 315 Tri-Y C1-415 Hockey 121g Hiking Club 131g Swim- ming Club 13, 41 5 German Club 141. Plans to enter Russell Sage College. Hobby is swim- ming. E I CARLTON EVERET1' THAYER nsvpecdu 147 Newhall Street. Entered from Fishers Island High School. Activities at N. H. H. S.: Swimming and VVater Polo C2-41g Class Picture Commit- tee. Plans to study aeronau- tics. Hobby is swimming. IYIONROE THOMAs "M in" 505 Central Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: York Square Players 1413 Chemistry Club 141. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are music and dramatics. SALLY THOMAS "Thally" 1145 Chapel Street. Entered from John-Clarke High School, Newport. Activities at N. H. H. S.: Chorus 141. Plans to travel after graduation. Hob- by is sports. HARRY' WILLIAM THOMPSON r:TaAmp11 29 Thompson Street Ham- derk mage me-:ai ctjiiefvnie A-fffl-iamderl. Activities : Baseblll 'fl-413 Hockey Q1-31 3 captain Hockey 1413 swim- ming C1, 213 Football 131. Plans to enter Dartmouth. Hobbies are dancing and skat- mg. li J. HENRIETTA THOMPSON " To mimic" 207 Everit Street. Entered from Riverside Brookfield High, Chicago. Activities at N. H. H. S.: VVriters' Club 131. Plans to enter Larson's Secre- larial School. JOSEPH THOMPSON lljocil 99 Frank Street, East Haven. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter Oberlin. Hobby is sports. VVILLIAM JAMEs THOMPSON "Wolf" 349 Peck Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Track C21:FOotballtZ1. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobby is football. HELEN ELIZABETH THROM 271 Kneeland Road. Entered from Northwest Grammar School, Hartford. Activities: Mottoflub 111. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. THEODORE TILINSKY "Teddy" 372 Oak Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C213 Gym Team 1215 Swim- ming 1215 Baseball f2, 313 Manager Baseball C41 5 Volley- ball Q41. Plans to go to col- lege. Hobbies are swimming and skating. ALEXANDER BERTHOLD TIMM "Alex and Graaf" l2l Fountain Street. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: RiHe Team QS. 413 German Club IS, 415 Aero Club Q31. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are aeronautics and -photogra- phy. FREDERICK ELLIER TODD A E K "Fred" 2751 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Centerville Grammar, Hamden. Activities: Motto Club fl, 213 Track Cl, 2. 31g Sentinel Editorial Board Q3, 41 3 Chairman Class Picture Com- mitteeg Senior Executive Com- mittee: Hi-Y C41. Plans to enter VVilliams College. Hob- bies are track and writing. C7. EDWARD THEODORE TORELLO 138 Butler Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Base- ball CZ-41g Soccer 13, 413 Bas- ketball K3, 41: Captain Base- ball C41. 'Hobby is baseball. if LA. .ml sports. E Enw.-mn TOPLITSKY .17-0p,, 433 Columbus ven e. Pre- pared at Tru ' 't'es: Philatelic Cl " ng C 11 nd Chec ers 13, 45' r an Club 145. P ans o to ollege. Hobby is A L ARNOLD Towouorr tl If !l S a m 2 Frank Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Debating 1.2-453 Orchestra 12-453 Writ- ers' Club 12-453 Sentinel 12-455 Chess and Checkers 13, 455 Chemistry Club 145 3 Volleyball 1455 Chorus 145. Plans to en- ter Yale. Hobby is checkers. GEORGE ANNUNZIO TRACCHIO A CD H "Chuck" 2293 Gold Street. Prepared a1 ge 1 JQ Trac ' ub 135: Feffc ig 4 1' ' rit W it Z' 1 fat Pr' Street Sc 0011! Ac- t ie c 4 ers' Clu 55 h and Checker ' ' enter Universi Sou ern alifor- nia. Hobb es are dancing and reading. BENEDICT 'VVILLIAM TRACEY "Urn" 339 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peter's School. Activities: Chess and Checker Club 145. Hobby is hiking. IYIARY-JANE TROUP 685 Orange Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: York Square Players 135. Plans to enter Emerson School of Ora- tory. Hobby is dramatics. LUCY HATHAWAY TRUSDEL 92 York Square. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y 13. 453 Hiking Club 1355 Chorus 145. Plans to enter Normal School. Hobbies are swim- ming and reading. OEIVE BEATRICE TUCKER L0 g ' Roa Woo - ' . Choru 3French . o enter Nor- mal h . obbies are dram- atics an skating. a ' . bil HARLAND IRVING TUTTLE "Tm" Bethany. Conn. Entered from the Gate School. iQj EDWARD LEWIS UHL llBudU VVestville P. O. Prepared at 1Vorthington Hooker. Activi- ties: Tennis Team 1215 RiHe Team 1413 Glenn: Business Board. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is mechanics. VVYNDHAM xVILLIAM ULRICH "Windy Willy" 32 Linden Avenue, Hamden. Prepared at Centerville School, Hamden, Activities: Track 11- 41 5 Cross Country 13, 41 g Fenc- ing 141. Plans to study psy- chiatry. Hobby is fencing. WILIIELMINA ANNA URL "Billie" 61 Bishop Street. Prepared at St. Boniface. Activities: German Club 13, 419 Chorus 141. Plans to enter St. Ra- phael's Hospital School of Nursing. Hobby is skating. AMERICO URSINI uLaryyn 690 State Street. Prepared :It St. Boniface. Activities: Dramatics 111, Football 1215 Glcam Business Board 141: Italian Club 141. Plans to study electrical engineering at Yale. Hobbies are dancing and sports. HANNAH Louisa VALENTINE AA IBI 1897 VVest Chapel Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activi- ties: Svntinel Editorial Board 13, 41 : German Club 1313 Sec- retary German Club 1413 Cho- rus 141. Plans to study law. Hobbies are music and danc- mg. HENRY' IVTARTIN VANDERVEI-:R "Dutchie" 14 Eldridge Street. Prepared at Strong School. Plans to be- come a draftsman. Hobby is hunting. FREDERICK H0'rcIIKIss VAUGHAN ll Clit? Terrace. Prepared at Nathan Hale. Hobbies are bas- ketball and athletics. GEORGE ALPHA VERRILL 99 Filbert Street, Spring Glen. Entered from South Side High. Plans to go to college. Hobby is aviation. lUQiH PHYLLIS MARGARET XIESTUTI ID E A 0 "Phil" 375 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 123g Italian Club 13. 4J. Plans to enter New Ro- chelle College. Hobbies are swimming and dancing. Iius Annu: VITAL "Tootsie" 432 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches-. tra 11-45. Plans to study hair- dressing. Hobbies are dancing and skating. Ennssr RAYMOND Vows "Charlie" 14 Bradley Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: Basketball 11, Zjg York Square Players 145. Plans to enter Connecticut College of Pharmacy. Hobby is sports. MARY XIEZNAIAN "Merrie" 290 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Orchestra 12-41g Glee Club 1ZJg French Club 13, 413 Ital- ian Club 13, 4Dg Harmony Club 133. Plans to enter Yale School of Music. Hobby is music. EUNICE ANNE Voos, B. T.- 2584 Dixwell Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Centerville Grammar, Hamden. Activities : Dramatics 11, 253 Motto Club 1233 Tri-Y 135. Plans to fur- ther her education. Hobby is music. IMARY CARMELINA VUoLo ujerryu 311 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Hamilton. Activities: Aviation Club 125 3 Hiking Club 1313 Gym Squad Leader 135. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobbies are walking and vol- leyhall. PHILIP ALEXANDER WALDRON l'lBudlI NVoodbridge, Conn. Entered from Watertown High School. Activities at N. H. H. S.: Glee Club 12, 353 Drainatics 12, 325 Chemistry Club 143. Plans to go to college. Hobby is stamp . collecting. WALTER FRANK WALDRON lfWaltJl 262 Newhall Street. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Spanish Club 131. Plans to en- ter University of Alabama. Hobbies are football and bas- ketball. Q EsrHER H. 5VALKER KM2 IBI 391 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Mary's. Activi- ties: Motto Club 115: Dram- atics 1255 Swimming 13, 45: Hiking Club 135: French Club 13, 453 Chorus 1455 Senior Ex- ecutive Committee. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is swimming. 1 JOHN RAYMOND XVALKER If ll O ng , n, red from G 'for mar ool. Ac- ti tie cer 1155 Dramatics 115: all 125: Chemistry -E45. Plans to enter VVest oint. Hobby is sports. RICHARD FRANCIS WALL upirkv ZZ Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at St. Peter's. Activi- ties: Chorus 145, Plans to eII- ter Pratt School of Engineer- ing. Hobby is skating. V IOLET A. XVALLSTEN l'fI1iI, 383 VVinthrop Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Plans to study nursing. Hobby is dancing. L.....,,,,, ELIZABETH BARBARA WARD rrBeHyu 146 Hobart Street. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Motto Club 125g Chorus 125: Swim- Ining 13, 453 Tri-Y 145. Plans to eIIter Hartford General Hos- pital Scllool of Nursing. Hob- by is swimming. HON5'ARD S. VVARFIRLD "How" 323 Lexington Avenue. Pre- pared at Strong School. Ac- tivities: VVrestling Team 135. Plans to study drafting. Hob- by is baseball. KENNETH Ano VVEED, A 2 K "Ken" 358 Alden Avenue. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y 11-45: Hockey 125: Sz'nfim'l Business Board 13, 45: Busi- ness Manager Class Book. Plans to enter business. Hob- by is athletics. LIARGUERITE THERESE VVEIBEL Upvggyn 106 Sherman Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Tri-Y 12-45: Dramatics 1253 Glee Club 1253 German Club 13, 45: Chorus 145 5 Gym Team 12, 35. Plans to go to a fin- ishing school. Hobbies are drawing and dancing. U LOUISE CELESTE VVEICHER "Lou" 207 Grand Avenue. Prepared at Fair Haven. Plans to enter Duke University. Hobby is dancing. LUTHER ALLAN XVEIGLE, A A 12 "Brundy" 142 Cold Spring Sire . Pre- pared Wo t ington . Acti i : ' 30r- ches .1 ' en 11-45g B all 115' Hi 12 45 as , - 1 , , 1 Debating 115 g Track 125 5 Band 12, 353 German Club 13, 455 Editor-in-Chief of Sentinel 135. Plans to enter Yale. Hobbies are sailing and fishing. ,l0sEPH BUCKLEY VVEINER, M 2 . " cBuck" 1561 ul rd. Prepared at Troup A ivitics: Dramatics 12, 4 B ketball 12, 353 Cap- t i a etball 145: Baseball g ootball 13. 45 Q French b 5 g Class Day Chairman. an to enter Duke Univer- sity. Hobby is sports. SHERMAN NVEINER "Sher-m" 86 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Orches- tra 12-45 3 Wrestling Team 145. Plans to enter University of Southern California. Hobbies are golf and football. HONN'ARD WEINSTEIN 358 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hockey 12. 353 Basketball 1255 Football 1253 German Club 13. 451 Volleyball 145. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is sports. JACK I. WEINSTEIN, QA "Flash" 1557 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Football 1253 Soccer 13, 453 Wrestling 1453 Assistant Manager Hoc- key 135. Plans to enter Har- vard to study civil engineer- ing. Hobbies are sports and travel. ATANUEL WEINSTEIN 301 Geo e Str et. Prepared at Tro . ,Ac ities: Dram- a s 45g ym Team 1255 i m 135: German , lleyball145. Plans to tudy dentistry at Penn State. Hobby is basketball. SYDNEY R. WEINSTELN, 'LB tlsidrz 927 Howard Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hockey 1255 Cross Country 135 5 Manager Wrestling Team 145. Plans to enter Harvard. Hobbies are skating and swim- ming. PAULINE WE1N1'RA1'B "Paul" 35 Sylvan Avenue. Prepared at Troup. Activities: French Club 13, 41: J. M. P. R. C. 13, 41: Glee Club 13, 41: Hiking Club 131: Chorus 1415 Class Book Business Board. Plans to enter Fannie A. Smith Kin- dergarten School. Hobbies are dancing and drawing. W ALTER ALBERT XVEIRSMAN A E K IVaIla Walla 40 Lilac Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Gym Team 12--11: Class Book Business Board 141: Hi-Y 141. Plans to go to college. Hobby is gym work. IRVING XVEISSMAN 78 Ellsworth Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football 1213 Basketball 121: French Club 141. Plans to go to college. Hobby is music. FRANK ,losEPH XVELCH 198 Lawrence Street. Pre- pared at 1Vorthington Hooker. Activities: Basketball 1113 Baseball 11, 213 Tennis 11-41: Captain Tennis Team 141 Plans to study engineering. Hobby is tennis. SYLVIA RUTH VVELLER, H EH "Weller" 425 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Basket- ball 1Z, 315 Hockey 12-415 De- bating 13, 41. Plans to enter Yale School of Music. Hobby is horseback riding. ROBERT CHARLES W ELTER GB 0 bil 704 Dixwell Avenue. Pre- pared at Truman. Plans to enter a technical school. Hob- by is sports. ZUNDER RICHARD XVERBITSKY "Webber" 8 Vernon Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Dram- atics 1215 Spanish Club 1413 Chorus 141. ROGER FRANCIS VVHALEN EXP upeleu 1107 Dixwell Avenue, Ham- den. Prepared at Dixwell School, Hamden. Activities: Dramatics 111: Hockey 11-311 Golf 121. Plans to enter Notre Dame. Hobbies are skating and writing sporting news. 3 RAYMOND HENRY VVIEDERHOLD "Bud" 58 Mechanic Street. Pre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Band 131. Plans to study aero- nautics. Hobby is music. MARY VERONICA Wnrrr-: "Mae" 325 Newhall Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans t enter St. Rapha C Nursing. Hoblje' icing and skat- ing. , W ILLIAM F. W uma "Bill" 119 Edgewood Avenue. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Baseball CU. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. Hobby is sports. STANLEY WIESNICK "Peanuts" R, F. D., Mount Carmel. Prepared at Humiston School, Cheshire. Plans to go to work. Hobby is boxing. LOUISE ELIZABETH NVILI-I ELM AA ntggltyn 96 Mather Street. Whitney- ville. Prepared at Putnam Avenue School. Hamden. Ac- tivities: Tri-Y Cl-45g Dramat- ics KU: Motto Club Cl, Ill: Volleyball KZJQ VVriters' Club t'2l: German Club t3. 43: Swimming Club 145. Plan enter Normal Schoo FRANK WILLIAMS 224 VVooster Street Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Motto Club CID. Plans to en- ter Notre Dame. Hobby is col- lecting old coins. FRED GEORGE XVILLIAMS 423 Orchard Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to enter the Curtis-XVrightAviation School. Hobby is sports. NIARY JOSEPHINE WILLIAMS W N7-ippyn 126 Olive Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Ac- tivities: 1. M. P. R. C. 13, 45g Chorus C455 French Club 145. Plans to go to Normal School. Hobbies are skating and sing- ing. l l RLrssELL GA1NES WILLIAMS A 2 K "B um ps" 80 Russell Street. Prepared at Spring Glen School, Ham- den. Activities: Tumblng 111g Gym Team 12-41: Band 121. Plans to become a machinist. Hobby is horses. M ARGARE1' IVIARIE XVILLIAMSON upcggyu 1594 Chapel Street. Prepared at Troup. Plans to enter Fisk University. Hobbies are read- ing and basketball. ELIZABETH M ARI' XVILSON "Betty" 189 Ivy Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter St. Raphael's Hospital School of Nursing. Hobby is dancing. JEN NIE M ARGUERITE XVILSON "Jane" 9 Fillmore Street. Prepared at Fair Haven Hobbies are reading and gardening. RUTH LILLIAN WILSON 'If 2 115 "Willie" 141 Canner Street. Prepared at VVorthington Hooker. Ac- tivities: Dramaties 11, 2, 413 French Club 13, 41. Plans to study music. Hobbies are swim- ming :md skating. BEATRICE Domus TAYLQR "Babe" 74 Goodyear Street. Pre- pared nt Bassett. Activi- ties: Volleyball 121g Gym Leader 12, 31. Plans to enter Lincoln Hospital School of Nursing. Hobbies are sports and music. So1.oMoN VVINNICK "Sol" 617 George Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Tum- bling Team 121g Basketball 1215 Track 12, 41: Chemistry Club 1419 Soccer 141. Plans to enter Carnegie Tech. Hob- bies are fishing and hunting. HARRIET . REGINA VVITTSTEIN Harry" 4 l orth Avenue. En- tered om enice High School, L s A el California. Ac- tivities h 141. Plans to bies are re ding and music. 0 I O . . . : 0 study dra atic signing. Hob- 144 E NIORRIS ARNOLD NV1xMAN ' "Wit" , 19 XVhite Street. Prepared at Truman. Activities: Swim- ming Cl, 215 Debating Club Cl, 21 5 Cross Country C31 5 Volley- ball C415 Football CZ1g Basket- ball C21. Plans to go to Los Angeles Junior College. Hob- by is swimming. BERNARD WOLFE, Y A cl: "Kiddie" 120 Auburn Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Editor of "Review" C115 Treasurer of class C115 President of Junior Hi-Y C115 President Sopho- more VVriters' Clubg Assistant Editor of Smitinel 13, 415 As- sociate Editor of Glcam C3, 41 5 Vlfriters' Club C315 Received Conn. Harvard Club Prize C31 5 Editor of Class Book C415 Chemistry Club C415 wrote ly- rics for class song: won State Garvan Chemistry Prize C41. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is drawing. Iossvn GREGORY VVOLFSON llRcdJi 22 Judson Avenue. Entered from Troup and Moscow, Rus- sia. Activities: Chorus C41 5 Volleyball C41. Plans to study dentistry. Hobby is sports. CWC RUTH HUBBARD Woop, AA "l'Vood.rie" 46 Hotchkiss Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Hockey CZ-413 Basketball C215 Chorus CZ, 41g Tri-Y C3, 41. Plans to enter Connecticut College. Hobby is horseback riding. JULIA I.oU1sE XVOOSTER "Billie" 631 Elm Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: Motto Club C215 Chorus C415 French Club C41. Plans to study interior decorating. Hobby is reading. W ILLIAM ,loser H VVRINN HBH!!! 633 VVinchester Avenue. Pre- pared at Bassett. Activities: Radio Club C41. Hobby is golf. PAYA ROSELYN YAKERSON UPN., 86 Scranton Street. Prepared at Troup. Activities: German Club C41. Plans to enter Co- lumbia. Hobby is writing. M RRY CA'rnz2R1Nl5 YEZUKEVICH 34 Walnut Street. Prepared at Orange Street School. Plans to become a secretary. Hob- bies are swimming and hiking. E DoUGI.Ass JOHN YERXA, A 2 K l!D0ugl.Y 179 Maple Street. Prepared at Nathan Hale School. Ac- tivities: Swimming Cl, 253 Football C2-45: Hockey C353 Track C3, 45 g Hi-Y C45g Junior Social Committee. Plans to en- ter Yale. Hobby is outdoor sports. It n TITO ZANDRI "M uscIes" 17 Christopher Street. Pre- pared at Prince Street School. Activities: VVrestling Team C45. Plans to enter Pratt Institute. Hobby is electrical work, .ANTHONY josarn IZANIIQWSKI J , . Ton " V ,. Y I y 51 ll'Ylll'K'IV . Prepared at t.- tani s School. Plans to can rWUniversity of Alaba- ma. o bies are swimming and rea ng. XVILLIAM Josarn ZAKEVICII "Bill" 195 Humphrey Street. Pre- pared at Lovell. Activities: Orchestra Cl-45g Football C155 Basketball C15: Volleyball Cl, 453 Baseball Cl5g Tennis C155 French Club C45. Plans to enter Yale. Hobby is music. EDWARD 131.1 ZEIDER KlEddiell Vkloodbridge, Conn. Prepared at Sheridan. Activities: Cross Country C3, 453 Track C3, 45. Plans to enter Arnold College. Hobby is track. :HI-ZRMAN Zmi EI.sKY "Zem.cl" 31 Center Avenue, East Ha- ven. Prepared at Troup. Ac- tivities: Football C255 Baseball C255 Volleyball C45. Plans to enter business. Hobbies are photography and swimming. . LIIAIILES ZIEGLER 158 Day Street. Entered from Classical High School, Worcester, Mass. Activities: established endurance record for "playing hooky". Intends to study interior decorating. Hobby is music. TVIARIE ZITO "Bobbie" 316 Exchange Street. Pre- pared at Columbus. Activities: Chorus C1-45 5 French Club C453 Italian Club C45. Plans to go to Collegiate Prep. Hobbies are dancing and swimming. 3l VERONIFA xiARY Bu-:'ro "Ronnie" 66 Perkins Street. Prepared at Fair Haven. Activities: Hik- ing Club C3l. Plans to go to a business school. Hobby is danc- ing. PHILIP PATRICK DESTEPHANQ "Count" 36 Lawrence Street. Pre- pared at Lovell School. Future plans are uncertain. ELIZ.-xsizrn M. FI..-KN Anim "Bits" 844 XVhalley Avenue. Pre- pared at Sheridan. Activities: Chorus L-il. Plans to train for nursing. Hobbies are skating and reading. KENNETH Josizrn l?i.a:rAGAN "Ken" 26 Dorman Street. Prepared at Bassett. Activities: Drama Club 145. Plans to become an electrician. Hobby is baseball. HAnol.n Paul. FRENCH u1:I't'lIfllfL'u 1410 State St. Prepared at Fair Haven. Plans to take up aviation. Hobbies are hockey and football. Cn ARLES M ICH AEI. GAFFNEY "Clu'r'ri0" 239 Munson Street. Prepared at St. Mary's School. Activi- ties : Hockey ill. Plans to en- ter Providence College. Hobby is swnnnnng. hilxeon Govnm l U rl filki' 495 Orchard Street. Pre- pared at Troup. Activities: Football ffl: Volleyball QSM Chorus fell: Aero Club Q-D5 German Club Q-U. Plans to en- ter University of Maine. Hob- by is automobiles. IIELEN Tnmnzsa KELLY "Nell" 56 Henry Street. Prepared at Bassett. Plans to enter Lar- son's Secretarial School. Hob- by is dancing. o W I 4:0 620 4 oscnu - H.,- E I Seninr Exerntiuv Glnmmittrr I lk C' 50 E T Gllana Bag Glummittre. JOSEPH XVEI ....... Cl I 1 p Qlgrnmrnahv Qlnmmittvv FREDERICK IQITTICR ......... Clltlllfllldli Y YKKY E Gllaau liirturr Glnmmiitre FREDERICK TUDD ......,.. Clzairman 153 ' W 011355 illlnttn Qlnmmittev F T N CI 154 I E Clllaau Gift Cilnmmiitvr ROBERT Lmz .......... Cllairnmn 7 1 "Sentinel" Ehitnrial Baath LUTHER XVEIGLE . Ediior-in-Ulivf NIULLY IQOXVALICVVSKI . . .P-1ss1'sfanfEditor Joslclfrt BILL . . .'l.YSi.YflI'llfElfif0l' 'IOSEPH BLACIIARSKI . . . SfvorfsEdif0-1' ELIZABETH CORNWALL . . 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Svvrefary 167 W S4 rp - - C ztra illhunme Gbrrhe I-5' . QC 7 ,- !-4 w PM D5 I LJ IH M 41 x-4 f 168 QTHE ELM TREE 3 s I C K Girls' C5129 Glluh PAULIN13 RIELTZER . . Prrsidmrt NORRIA HALL . . . . Librarian PAULINE VVIQLNTRAUB . I' ubIirity Mmmgvr 169 lI Enga' C5122 Glluh EDVVIN HARDY . . Prvsidrnt PHILIP BENGSTON . . Librarian PETER PASCH . . PubIicityMamzger 170 E X 0 M Glhrmiztrg Glluh NATHANIEL BATTER . Prvsideuf THEODORE ROSENTHAL . Vim-Prvsident IYIIRIA M HA MERMAN . Sccrefary 171 3 VINCENT IALTIERI . Prvsidruz' NATHANIEL BATTER Virv-Prvsidrnt NICHOLAS SARASKE . . Trvaszmv' 172 E 1 4 Hnrk Squaw lilagvrn LUTHER ROI.ANlJ . . Prcsidclzt .ANTHONY GRILLO . Vive-President HARRIET SPHRRY . Secretary GRACE SCHR1-:CK . Treasurer 173 L V Ilanvt illfl. igurhur Rvahing Glirrlr Mmmm GURIAN . Prrsidcnt HILDEGARDE SNYDIZR . Virv-Prvsidwzt FRANCES R0s12NF1hLD . Svrrvfarv 174 'lf tv QA- ' lliritvrz' Glluh IWORTON SILVERMAN . President SYDNEY KAUFMAN . . Vice-President DOROTHY ROSENSTOCK . . 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C p H M g l'I.BICR'l' S . 185 U Z -- LC .:k S3 EE U- QS fn 15 N. I3 if vii' 5 -D Q. N 35 Ei' bf M OED .4 EE. SF E-'Di 22 FS rf 5:11 I-LIE-4 186 ignrkeg Umm HARRY THOMPSON . , . Captain LAwR1cNc'E FIEINSTRIN . . Managers RIORSE GINSI3I'IRl3 187 Captain 5 U an I9 . -3 1-a U :- I3 Q 4 ua D5 cn L3 188 - ' 5 slim VTX V'- E S Q Ianagers fi LEE, EDWARD TRAccH10 . ' ALPROWITZ, ROBERT u.: EIS Ei QC E Qlrnan Qlnuntrg Umm ' H H ....... Cp S B . . I 189 ' I Bb 'SL ' ' ' 2"' Mgmnantir Gram LQ! . . . . . . . Cafrta E Smrrrr Umm A C .... C jf I R . . 191 MVN, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,ff E if M MN" Cbirlu' Jlfielh ignrkvg Gram: ow ........ 11 1 1 Girlz' Eaakethall Gram B F ........ . C apfam A R . Manager 193 E Swimming Gram .' ..... Cp A 194 :Mfg fy water 1HnIn Gfeam VILLIAM GLESEN ......... Cap sag Q of", Xxx. Q .ms - mrrntling Gram BENJAMIN MAGUN . Capta-an SIDNEY VVEINSTE . Mana-gcr 196 l Gulf Gram GEORGE DERIETRIO ......... Captain WWE Girlz' Cfirnnia Gram IXIINN IE NIEADOYV .......... Captain E mugs' Efennin Umm FRANK VVELCH ........., Cafvfain fQ iKifle Umm ALEXANDER TIIKKINTI, IR. . . Capfain RAYMOND PETROSKY . . Manager 200 lI Henning Gram RICHARD JUDD . . Cavptwiu EDWARD DAVENPORT . E pee Captain SAMUEL DICKSTEIN . . Sabre Captain IRVING KEGELES . . Manager 201 Glhevr Embers IN I1 U g 202 O17 DY W Ei' 0:0 0 9,9 Li 495 Ph ll-QI1 IQ THE ELM TREE 2 Morris Dreisen Howard Evans Lawrence Feinstein George Feldman Nathan Gantkin Hyman Gordon illllu Harold Gessner Seymour Isenberg Seymour Krimsky Everett Perry Aaron Perlman wg- f Xxx -,515 .-'Lire fs '-9' L. .Q rx-.1 A E. ff, gg, E5 'Jun . v",' :S ' A rvffy' f: Sherman Grant Colman Lopatin lNilliam Rosenfield Morton Silverman joseph Stein Bernard lvolf e Sigma Illratrrnitg , 07" .of en, Qi' 'vx ". yi I - is P -Q - .yi- mash Mortimer Still 204 Irving Resnick Lewis Rosenberg Samuel Sachs Sidney Segaloiif Robert Shure l Hhi Mia Zllratrrnitg , J- A Y we , Q -e+,,-,-,fi . ' .ms Ng" rv Aaron Alperowitz Sidney Tannenbaum Milton Bellin Milton Skolnick Arnold Lerner Sidney VVeinstein Gbmvga Brita Zllratrrniig ,fill aff' tg!! Sz xiii? 'rg A .7 3:81.31 Louis Bassett Morse Ginsberg Abraham Greenberg Sidney Hiemovitz Seymour Kalison 2 05 Oscar Lev julian Rosenberg Morton Steinberg Ivan Tamsky Jack Weinstein Nfl lQW X' 'N .T X: l .K , Mae Alpert Dorothy Rosenstock Estelle Freedman Eunice Ritch Rene Kaufman Bernice Segalofl' Ruth Wilson 1Bi iipailnn Hi Snrnriig ': rx. lg Helen Aaronson Rose Alper Ruth Fox Marion Goldman Bernice Iainchill Pearl Lear Sylvia Weller 206 Lucille Marqusee Minnie Meadow Ruth Perlroth Ethel Rozofsky Rosalind Spector Norma Starin l Dan Bartolline Vincent Cacace Salvatore Carrano Frank Cavallo Francis Guerrieri T"5lii',' . Vincent Vetrone George Montano Ahmed Pannagrossi VVilliam Priola Fred Ruocco George Tracchis Mi Epnilnn Alpha Snrnritg c 'X l Mary Amato Florence DiFrancesco Rose Marncci Eda Massari Helen Palmieri Helen Papa 207 Josephine Parenti Mollie Puorto Jane Piccolo Tetty Sebastionello Mae Solo Philomena Vestutti Sigma Xi Rim iiratrrnitg .' - ,NPJQ Robert Burke Roy Mobeclc Frank Langer John O'Brien James RICKCOII Roger VVhalen Alpha Alpha Snrnritg E2 6 0 s ,511 'X 6 'SK f' Betty Bristol Barbara Schreiber 5 Frances Farnham Hannah Valentine 3' , Molly Kowalewski Betty VVi1helm 9' Ruth Wood 208 Ujiifwaegy Anne Bohan Jane Cox Betty Ford Estelle Goode Alice Gunnip Genevieve Harkin Anne Culloln Eleanor Dickinson Frances Halligan Gertrude Hill Miriam Keeley i l KMiZ Esther Walker FH 1: N 2 D : 2 5 U1 ll!! un S 83 132 1: "1 cz "S 233 fr: f ee X lsm 5 Z Indra Maher Mary Mullen Alice Ring Betty Robbins Marion Shields Lillian Sullivan Mary Londregan Alice Long Alice Marinan Mary Ready Anne Siefen l Q32 lpi J, +.s'9 f ogy Elizabeth Brown 1211111121 Cutting Shirley Doolittle ma Snrnritg Charlotte Ockert Verna Hartman Barbara Kingsbury Jean Nisbet Elyria Elin Snrnritg 'ER C9 Barbara Beatson Durecn Mulligan Dorothy Griswold Ruth Sampson Dorothy Heusted Marguerite Sugrue 210 Mary Burgess Janice Burt Betty Cornwall E. FI.- Snrnritg :"' ,: :V,, ,irq h Eunice Voos Mabel Fraser Doris Monks Barbara Morgan Alpha Zluta Epailnn Zllratrrnitg ames Curran George Beebe I Iohn Dorsey Vincent Carr i Frank Carrigan Edward McGuire Daniel McHugh 211 lEW 'fs .2 . 'L ,f Aw james Flynn John Moore Edward Madden Thomas Lockhart ' bert Lee C Brita Sigma Ka -M a Ill xinitg R ii A. fill vi QQ A 4-N k"- 5 . Norman L. Brown i Robert F. Pitcher Walter H. Hayes Luther L. Rowland Robert W. Hedges Marshall Smith J. Payne King Frederick E. Todd I. Wayne Newton Kenneth A. Weed George Nielson Walter A. Weisman Maxwell Ober Russell G. Williams VVilliam H. Olesen Douglas J. Yerxa lead 212 ..bwu-1 L Alpha Brita Sigma Zlkatrrnitg Otto E. Bath, jr. Warren Crawford Fletcher Ferguson Franklin Ferguson Graham Johnson 1. no I n l o - o . Q N ', x' A 1 ', "if I' ' K n - . an I '7'?A.'15?" -ff ir Q9 J' A 213 fi fyllt ,f , ,S r X ,ky r S Howard Oppe Carter Ogden Frederick Ritter Luther Weigle, jr Thomas VVilsqn F l s 3 F i 214 i 1 215 U Boy Luther NVeigle Bernard Wolfe Sanford Green John Dorsey Eddy McGuire Sam Sachs Teddy Rosenthal Kenny VVeed joe Levy Nate Fitch Most Absent-Minded Girl Shorty Peterson Done Most for N. H. H. S. Most Energetic M ost Popular Hater of the Opposite Sen: Molly Kowalewski Ruth VVood Janice Burt VVinnie Madgers Lmrch Roo-m's Best Customer Most Dignified Best N atured Most Eloquent Class Baby F rannie Farnham Doris Monks Estelle Goode Barbara Morgan Mary Mullen Best Athlete Fred Ritter Minnie Meadows Biggest Drag with the Faculty Bernard Vllolfe -Barbara Schreiber W-'ittiest Billy Holloran Sid Kaufman Fletcher Ferguson Larry Pious Teddy Rosenthal Doug Yerxa Jake Bilewitz Kenny Weed Morty Silverman .Most Sentimental Greatest Social Light .M ost Pio-us Brightest L Heart Breaker M eekest Laeiest Cutest 216 Peg VVeibel Doris Ayres Barbara Schreiber Alice Gunnip Betty Cornwall Marie Ford Alice Ring Mabel Fraser Betty Ford CI AQS SONG BFRN XRD VN OI FT QANFORD CREFN J L. K v - WORDS BY MUSIC BY A J - Y 1 11 n . 'I 4 44 217 - 3 Words by C1355 Song Music by BERNARD WOLFE 1931 SANFORD GREEN INTRO. Arr.Qf the Composer I March tempo f x VOICE ' l ' H1 1, J Ei LJ ,E J. J. T I Wi are proud- to ut - ter r.ggsa'sssss, L n J R , ian yffv HH Iii -T H I IQ I IZH Q1 l 1 2 . J. LJ. LJ. U. JE an our praise of Hill . house High . SE1 a- sa'-L ' Eff' R : . J 9-2: f- 2 Ls- 'RJ R H - o z- l 1 YJ ,ff pi'---Q . J. J il. if W- I Q-'EH 55 J, 1, I Q, I loud.. of all our ha? - py days in Hill- house High?... fx E. Q' JJ - -- .- 7 '1 7 -1 ' -1 V "" 1- ln J- ' 1 I K Dl- P P :' . f' 1 1 R' E 12: 3. U. J EJQJ MJ. J. W 1' Eg-,f 1 R?4 col - lec - tion brings af - fec - tion fort our Z! I , u 1 ' b ' is K ,-x Lis: A . J sz J .L 4- ' R V NJ X-1 -1 E-If Ev? 7 7 7 ..... ee. 5... 5. Q-- ss. 5 L? :Li :U 'l zllni in I in IE l 7.4 4 LJ i .5 +5 'ff VT 'f i 4 P b 218 wg W E- H5 wb d V ir W- 555: ' - ':' 'ii'ii""-ii'ii" '-" .ii Li I 1-I 'ai :aw ja E 115 71 5132 Q. 5. gf gf s.1,J.m,.M-f4,LJ,b4 part - ing neafs,.... H111.house High, sad- the :ar g-FH :ez -l.- :i. :a - 5"-----a: .-..-- .. -f.5::: :"" E3 lb it E? 'E - JQJ MXL M J-NEW HJ, J. W 4, l LJ v i? ,.s.5- ....-. 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P 5 P P P I A 5. 5 P 5- . . 9 5E:E5ff 'E ' up V 55' 'I V- P ?. b P Cl ssB g 220 E Gllami 15112111 THE GOAL Out of the heavens poured great hordes of men, Long lines of them Strung out in platoons and companies And battalions and divisions, Witli standard bearers who carried flags That drooped from lack of wind And men who beat time on great hollow drums. Some were limping. some were carried A By grave comrades who looked iixedly ahead. Some marched with martyred tread, Some, with arms outstretched And a look of exaltation On their faces. It was an enormous band returning From the greatest battle in creationg A battle that neither begins nor ends But one that goes on forever. Many were maimed and hurt But all had done their best And all were in a way Victorious. It was not a war of machines and shells and gas, Nea, something twice as deadly. Something that either strengthened or tore apart The sensitive Hbre of mankind. I stood and looked up at them marching in the mist, Saw them pass above me, A mass of comic and tragic white masks Floating in a sea of dusk, Saw them in their disillusionment And their acceptance of their fate. 221 iw lQ Do you wonder? I sometimes do. And it hurt me then to wonder, It hurt me to see them marching there With a look of ghostly youthfulness On their faces. with quivering sunken mouths And black brooding hollows of eyes. They must be marching somewhere, I was thinking. All those men, There must be some place that they were going, Some objective. Then I saw. There was a point where their ordered columns Severed and fell apart. A few stopped to rest, But many hurried off, Eyes focussed on infinity, To some secret rendezvous. I walked into their midst Only to have my passing cause a rift In their disorderg A hint of sullenness at my presence, As if I didn't belong, foreign to their class, One who did not know and did not understand. I accosted one who seemed in invisible pursuit And questioned him. "Where are you going ?" I said. He ignored me. His face was sullen and the changing light Painted hard shadows on his face That made him seem to laugh and cry by turns. He stepped aside and passed me. Others came and passed. Soon I was an island in an ever-changing mass of men. As if by some silent signal they seemed To be gathering in lines againg Hardly discernable at first, merely Going in the same direction, toward a common point. 222 i Questioning one, questioning another-the same answer: Vacant looks, Disinterested faces, Faintly surprised countenances. One after another I asked. They shook me off and swept by unheecling, Intent upon the distance. Eager. Soon I discerned an old man with strong hands And a face that was strangely sweet. I would ask him. He was approaching. He, of all, seemed to notice me. He paused and gazed around. "Where are you going ?" I eagerly questioned. Even he didn't seem to understand. He made me think of a swimmer in a wide sea Fighting to keep himself afloat in the murky tide. I questioned him again. He was startled, about to speak, but he hesitated. Then he, too, turned away and was swept Into the current of the stream. I was panic-stricken. I raced after him. "Where? where?" I cried! His face did not change. It was expressionless Save for a ray of anticipation and greed and desire. A "VVhere ?" he said. I was startled. I did not expect Him to answer. 'lYes, yes !" I cried, eager to know. "VVhy, I am not sure," he meekly answered. "It is only ahead there a little distance. The others know. They are heading that way." "But why, if you have no object-" "No object-P" he whispered to himself. "No object-No, you would not understand." The mob surged ahead. I lost him in the crush. I stood still, my arms held out in a vain eFfort To detain him. They dropped to my sides. "The Object," I repeated. "The object." 223 Q Their tread was quickening now As they pushed on. It was growing Ever harder to hold my footing. I caught at everything that was near, But I was swept on. I prayed to God to help me, to hold me there. I threw back my head, the wild wind in my face. And raised my arms high in supplication. "Please, dear God--l" And then I saw him. His old white head moving among the others, Moving in the distance. I never finished my prayer. I rushed forward, I couldn't restrain myself, Pushing my way ahead. Stopping at nothing Until I was at his side and had caught up his hand. We went on together 5 He helping me, I helping him. I was a little frightened. I would like to remain behind, But how could I? There it was calling, calling-ahead. I must go on l I quickened my pace. Still doubts assailed me. The old man tightened his grip on my hand. I was reassured. "Do you know where we are going ?" I said, Knowing all along that he did. "Do you ?" he questioned, a ghost of a smile Playing about his lips. "Yes!" I cried, and rushed on. CARL Borrumiz. 224 THE LINCOLN SCHOOL IS NOW CENTRALLY LOCATED IN ITS NEW AND PLEASANT OUARTERS IN THE ROGER SHERMAN BLOG Are You Going to College? Washing Will Not Get You There .' To the graduates of the Class of '31 the Lincoln School offers its facilities. Some students begin to think about college after they have left high school. Some lack a few College Board units. The Lincoln School has helped the graduates of many years past to make their educational hopes a reality. Wie take pride in a large number of college men and Women who have obtained college credit.s and have gone on t.o advanced education with the aid of the Lincoln staff. hlake use of the summer months to obtain addi- tional College Entrance credits. Come in and talk your educational problems over with us. Small Classes Years ul Successful Results! Moderate Fees Summer Session begins July 6 Fall Session begins October 5 LINIIULN PREPARATURY SGHUUL ROGER SHERMAN BUILDING 70 COLLEGE STREET TELEPHONE s-zazo co-EnucATloNAl. m....w..........,....,.. THE SCHOOL UNUSUAL A i...,,1,1 . K . ..., I G E if I i . 513 . I Q As Q' '-"' M'1:::fj'ViM QJe5- .w Q, ' A f L ' :S to f o' no 22 H 21 Ti ii , - ' A-.- v ,. .W " 15- 2 2 - ' , i. V 3 A .33 j i 5-4 31 L ,S,R.s. . Q s 'h ' " 1 S im Q L .- s w! ..1,L Q A Y gist- A' jj'-px: J- F ' S f2': 'zaf t 'A 5, E' it , ,e ssfsfz W A . . -- 3 f -1f i r1:" " ,.. , ip K , g ' ' 1- ...A , , eww- win, wk -QW., - I ,l . . A ivifx. , I Archilecfs Sketch of the New School SECRETARIAL . . . CULTURAL . . . EXECUTIVE DISTINCTIVE IN ENVIRONMENT-REFINED IN PERSONNEL Upon the completion of our beautiful new building, situated on a two- acre campus overlooking Lake Whitney. 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N I ,lx I kv:,..'V.vX Y: 'l'F4A'i-V 4-f , , 7 1 1435 ' J L ' .- ' , ,ll 1 y- -' V M 44 . 5 YT? W: . .,i , - T, ., vi 1 1 nf Q "', W. - I ,.. - A CLASS OFH1931 - WILCOJUS West Haven, Conn. H" -G ' gN FN Q , ' K A PEAL RINGS our 4 W THE BELL RINGS TRUE 'r THIS MESSAGE IS DIRECTED .'..... ig..1 Y 0 U I-:EAR rrs RING -- PLEASE HEED ITS CALL 15:1 : 111132223 - HAVE A GOOD TIME! I I We are happy to greet you on this, our Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of The Class of 1931 Hillhouse High School. - We are all aware that such affairs as this do notjust I , - A . , , 'pg -,.C ':.2f'2,ln'.Z:-,.5?P' 3, If -- 11: - . 'rw-.. - 1, I-'have techs-Ee result of much pluIning'and'hard work. We are directly ' to Rosalind Joseph Blodinger and Mae Bell Reger, the two girls who, back last fall, decided that something should be done to celebrate our 2-5th Anniversary. They are deserving of our sincere thanks for this fine group we have together this evening. The members of the committee 'who have :net together at least once a month since last fall are also deserving of our thanks. Their names andthe n- " part they have played are listed in the program. We are sure that you are all going to enjoy this evening together and are already looking forward to our 30th Anniversary. . Stanley Durfee, Chairman D-L P- , 4 W i pf 1 .11-K t 5 'E 'F 3 V 3 ' ' f ' I W Y"U"'4 ' "'l"'i- " ' """""f' " 'T YWPQ 'W 9911? Q1"?5'L'l'!TQQQ ' Qfgw-U 45"lP9kil- is 5 ' 9 3 W :E 5 ' - Q 14,44 -: A r L 1 X-49, ,gy ...uw 1.3 74. ,g.5-+,PN?- v,.,,5. ig vw..-ug .Wy if ' ' 1 ' 4 9 a . 'J' 'iv . ..- ,a'!mel-- .:,:'rv1ff-zarwg-ae:-ff'-1-w!?'Fk nf ' ""-F?"-'ff"'-"'r"""""' 'T 'ff 3 2 HERE'S HOW IT ALL BEGANI I I I One telephone call from one indignant female Qllosalind Joseph Blodingerl to another lMae Bell Regerl. Result: One meeting of two people - further developed into a general meeting of our committee. Net Result: THIS --- OUR 25th CLASS REUNION! lil!-llllvlflllllflllillik TO JOSEPH WEINER. AND STANLEY DURFEE: Our wholehearted thanks and appreciation for their cooperation and for the use of their respective places of business for our meetings. REUNION COMMITTEES 8: OFFICERS Mr. Stanley F. Durfee, Chairman Mrs, Mgg Bell Reger, Co-Chairman Mrs. Rosalind J. Blodinger, Secretary Mr. Chester Goldstone, Treasurer Assisted by Following Chairmen: Mr. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Helen Harten Harold Gessner, Finance Rose Berson, Publicity Ethel Kushlan and - stein, R eception Mr. Murray Wixman, Decorations Mrs. Mae Bell Roger, Research Mr . COMMITTEE MEMBERS Seymour Krirnsley, Te Mollie Puorto Chiaramonte Battista Ricci Batti sta Mary Regina Grady Brown Cora Morgan Wetm Beatrice Flax Mae Konowitz Pack OPS tor Peggy Realff Higgins Betty Ford Davidso Marie Zito Robin II lephone 9. up IIII 1 yllitlllz' 5 lnhl, Mr. Mr. Louis Rosenberg, Printing Joseph Weiner, Awards Present. Mr. Edward Goldstein, Arrangements Mr. William Olesen, Reservations Miss Phyllis McDonald, Statistics Mr. Edward Goldstein, and - Mr. Louis Rosenberg, Program Gladys Styles Manville Mary Burgess Warner Vera Sanford Montgomery Florence Stevens Mix Sylvia Brownstein Winess Beatrice Drazen Kravet Barbara Beatson Holcomb Jennie Wilson Lee 'S Q N f if f-9 .X f r , l jimi..- on ,.., I I n .--.- I- 1, J "' " , ,Emi H 1 an f - 0 .'., 4.,, V. i . 1 "-, -1 H ,Q ,-4 W 1:21-2 J . :Im U. D in .il ,Q--Jun.. ,, -, : 4 , F35 538 L fx V. 'k.'-f'z"lfffiTk- Q 1:5 "un f"" . 'fr sf,mLn.:.' QXYV . A. f.. , ,I 'VA . - :-6, 4, V- .ff .nf f .:.,-. Qld, "5-F?7?1.gEf2Q,.--14 I r : "l:5'-y-15" xiii'-fig. ,V F .. . A in ,I '21 .' 1' 4.-.1s'9'-' " 'r .' A .- -'--r ,.:'4'1.' ' 'A -g .., '41, 'Lf' 5.11 " ,,.' -1-' '-.1 -- ,:. I +V. '- --.. -.1 . r'-fa-" : ww:-4' f '- -an 2 - A A9 .A -f- H f 'f f::f' ' , ' 2 1 .X fff ' . W ' ' A - ., , f I rf ' .4 , . V l ' ' ' . , , . .V ff ., Ygfgiq Q' 2 fr: J AAF f- .I ',f-gg' . .wg-,,g.kff,,, . - Q4- .Cfgw : Q12 -nf 1: .1S.'V'n, QW?-sh 1- -- 51-f - , Q- ' . ,, 4 1 - i Fl! .- . A 'nf' '95 -.551 'tif' 1- I ' ' . Hx .Ai 5. a-. -af .. ,FA .9 'I W, X-.4 , - .....-W V ..,..... 'F 3 " " " ' HILLHOUSE SENTIQMENTDNEL NOW FOR THE NEWS....... U 25thRe-UnionEd1uon I Our Grapevine Lead Informs Us Clan of 1931 ' - That The Following Classmates Editors. . ,Rosalind J . Blodlnger ' JT' Seymour A. Krimsley we "TIED THE KNOT" ---- --- Q Newsical Background. . . by YOU, Q . ,, Q I You, YouandYou!l! A nl, BERNICE JAINCHILL AND SIDNEY SEGALOFF SYLVIA BESSNER AND IVAN TAMSKY MARY LONDREGAN AND WALTER MACAULEY ALICE GUNNIP AND JAMES MALONEY MEYER SARKIN AND ROSE SI-IREBNIK JOYCE BLAKEMAN AND FOSTER SPERRY HANNAH VALENTINE AND DR.. ALEXANDER TIMM M E N IN W HIT E . . . . . . . . . , Serving their communities as doctors, surgeons, professors of medicine, chiropodists, and allied professions are the following: T973 p J Luther Weigle - Newport, N.H. James Lucarell - Los Angeles Aaron Perlman.,- Cincinnati, Ohio Joseph Thompson - Killeen, Texas Max Greenhouse Mxami, Florida Colman Lopatin Bridgeport, Conn Vxncent Cacace Brzdgeport, Conn Jonn Carangelo Hartford, Conn Robert Carlson Nashvmlle, Tenn Alexander Timm, Milford, Conn. Lawrence Pious - Lexington, Mass. Seymour Kalison, Blacksburg, Va. Howard lWeinsteinJWest - Alexandria, p Virginia John Milici West Haven, Conn. Dav1d Brand Mmlford, Conn Marvm Mogil New Haven, Conn Ben Magun, Hartford, Conn Dorothy Rosenstock Granoff New Haven .-+w---- J ane Slobodalan psychologist Frammgham, Mass William D'Amico George Montana Edward Eustace New Haven, Conn Sidney Hlemovztz IHIDSSI Stamford, Conn WillxamRosenfle1d Darien, Conn Abraham Rosenbloom QRossJ Portland, Conn PROFESQORS OF MEDICINE Joseph Melmck YALE New Haven, Conn Theodore Rosenthal at Emory Umversity Emory, Geor 18 Joseph Levy Prof of 8 Chemistry Paramus, New Jersey ATTORNEYS WHO MANAGE TO KEEP US LAW ABIDING CITIZENS Judge James Gartland East Haven, Connecticut Judge Thomas O'Sullivan, Orange, Conn James Curran, New Haven, Conn Frank Crapananzo, New Haven, Conn Wxlllarn Holloran , New York, New York Irving Weissman Miami, Florzda John Pharr, New York HERE ARE THE PHARMAGISTS Murray Abraman, Inspector Conn State Pharmacy Commission Leo Berger -Joseph Annunzzato Carmme Mazzacane A11 of New Haven Kaistutzs .oaloziunas Norwrch, Conn , .Salvatore Capasso f Poughkeeps e, New York Phmlip Destephano Greenwich, Conn Osea Leibowitz Brattleboro, Vermont . Everett Mott, Fresno, California "vs 4. WP 1 . p D .W Q . . . I . - . - , , . ns I ll g . - . . -1 - is an ' ., a .-. - .- g . . , - . ' e ' s f' . ' ' a o 0 0 e ' - . 1 ' o e s e 0 e ' 0 - O O I O O -.-..-i.-.. - I I a . . - -.m..l-..... - ' J . . - -- - - Q - ' n o A n ' o 3 . ' Q scoot " loosen f . .V L-1 5' -'4 " - -15: 1 e 0 0 e ' 4 o e ggi D H T ,Lg , 3' 4 ,' '-Lv, ,M veg. 4-Q, A ,gf N na' 5-52,3-'fi My ' x ' 1- .Q 2 ...-1-"'+A'f,g dr' . ' ' V " iff.-1' ?f.9.' h'- ..lf't--"Z"'1. , A.. .,..,..-...,,., . V - -- , -- . - '- W 1- sf ' f V, ' FK i ACCOUNTANTS San Bernardino, California Joseph Blacharski Locally Harold Gessner Chester Goldstone Aaron Alpert Isadore Kasowitz Thomas Lockhart is a 'orrner Commissioner of Aeronautics, State of Conn and 18 now a technical designer and illustrator RELIGION has been chosen by Anne Heffernan, who is Dean of Albertus Magnus .. Rev Har y Heermane, Old Orchard, New York an Father Charles Read of Pit sburgh, Pennsylvania THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT has selected Julia Wooster as Vice Consul in Zurich, Switzerland Anne Danus in the Dept of Agriculture Francis D1V1l1o in the Foreign Serv ce, Attorney General Staff, Genoa, Italy Elwood Beecher ls a gov dieticlan in French Morocco, N Africa, while Major Warren Seeley says "Hello" from Paris, France Arthur O'Connor has locafed in Caracas, Venzuela Emmylou Johnson has joi ed her husband on his sabbatical leave in South Wales John McCarthy is in Mexico Sinforoso Mangubat has set led in the Phlllxpinee Those Who Have Decided That ART ls For Them . . Milton Bellzn, Paul Anton, Mary Blahztka, Bernice Segaloff Loss, and A1-line Lawrence and Mary E Stowell fmd their pleasure in drawing up plans for others in their capacity as Architects Monroe A Thomas is a music supervzsor in Shelton, Connectxcut EDUCATION has drawn the following Francis Degnan, Prof of Mathematics Fletcher Ferguson, Abbeville, South Carolina Salvatore Carrano, Dept of Chemistry, Catholic University, Washington,DC Sylvia Dwor ski Associate Prof of Modern Languages And xn ADVERTISING and SALES PROMOTION Franklin Ferguson Pauline Weintraub Atkins Murray Wzxman J OURNALISM has appealed to Bernard Wolfe - novelist and television playwrite residing in New York City Fred Todd - Editor of Manchester, N. H. newspaper who keeps the citizenry of the town well informed. Samuel Toweroff 1TowerJ is now associated with the "New York Times" Frances Roche Williams is an official of "The Paterson Morning Call' , in New Jersey. FLORIDA'S "HlLLI-IOUSE 1931 CLUB" Claims The Following Members: From Miami. . . . . Francis Marzullo, George Nichols, Marie Ford Meranda, Charles Mix, Sidney Weinstein, Henry Solloway, Warren Crawford, Morris Seeger. Katharina Rizzuti Cerotti, Estelle Freedman Gould, Jack Littell, Eugene Guzzio. Llewelyn Lord, Frank Perrotti, Hyman Gordon. From St. Petersburg. . . . Abraham Pardoll sends his love and . . . . . . - Edith I-Iershman Yudvob zwlghgg she could join us. ' ,f el-f l-"ltr 44- -MSW, 1 i W 4 K v W 4 , h V, , N .Lvl 1 1 A Y 4 , ,I W V . ,, , , e . . , fx 3, , an -5. "Hillhouse 1931 Club" continued fFloridaD From the beach extending their best wishes are: Virginia McLay O'Neal, Mildred Schwartz Bailey. . Nathan Fitch operates a real estate agency in Boca Raton, Douglas Brill wishes he could make it from Tampa, Rachael D'Avanzo Zajic says she'll see us next time when she comes in from Riviera. Estelle Kubidlowski Schalett says "Hello" from Ormond Beach. NEW JERSEY IS HOME TO: Lucy Trusdell Drew, William Bess, Dorothy De Jabet Scherer, ---- Lena Johnson Tower, Russell May, Pearl Baker Moore, Robert Pitcher, Mary Radcliffe, Eda Massari Trease and Frances Roche Williams. THE STATE OF MASSACHUSETTS Claims These Classmates: Robert Burke, Phyllis Luffy Hay, Anne Steinmacher Morse, Lillian Sullivan Kelly, Russell Berg, Kathryn Maashoff Lewis, Joseph Coyne, Helen McLoughlin Healey, Mildred Prindle, Emma Lou Taylor, and Elizabeth Gillespie. THE NEW HAVEN COLONY in CALIFORNIA Comprises. . .Mary McManus, Sanford Greene, Fred Antonelli, Helen Struzynski Gunnig, Norma Starin Davidson, William Burns, Roger Snow, Edna Smernoff Hall, Nicholas Christophani, John Reston, Dot Faulk, David Rosen, Art Fenney, Dorothy Huested Matheson, William Janswick, George Kerson, Lil Lapides Rhein. . . The City of Sacramento is fortunate in having Joseph Bill as City Planner. FROM TEXAS. . . . . .Amy Alt Mason - Norman L. Brown - George Payne -----Stanley Pochodowiz, Colonel Joseph C. Thompson. LOS ALAMO, New Mexico. . . . . is the mailing address of Indra Maher Belcher, while Ruth .Blocker Cagen can be reached at Boise, Idaho. Anne Caffery Hawks is in Conway, ARKANSAS while Nancy Holloway finds life interesting in Salem, OREGON. THINGS ARE BRIGHT IN PENNSYLVANIA for Elmer Bacon. . .Michael Brevs. . . . Runald De Feo. . . Zelma. Casman Gresnspun. , . Milton Gubersky. . . . . . . . . . . Ruth Sampson Carr. . . Frank Klimczak. While. . . William Hopkins finds things to his liking in Boulder, COLORADO and Irma Olesen Sykes wishes to be remembered from Washougal, WASHINGTON. From Quantico, VIRGINIA, Master Sergeant Lucy Cozzi sends her beat and Arlington boosted its popula- tion by the families of Thomas Curran, Sylvia Lurie Blitman, Arthur Eichmann, Janet Roberts Handler hails from FAIRFAX. . . . .Richard Hamilton from. . . . . RICHMOND and John Dorsey from ALEXANDRIA. Elizabeth Cornwall Tilley is very busy in Grosse Point, MICHIGAN. FROM OHIO, we received word from Mary Allara Searle, Maxwell Ober, Winifred Mager Bowen, James Flynn, Kenneth Weed and Edwin Erickson that life is worth living down there. WASHINGTON, D. C, is HOME to Paya Yakerson Snyder, Sidney Kaufman, Edward Hughes, while neighboring MARYLAND claims Frederic Richmond, Rose Bakstansky Fine, Thelma Leopold Romanoff, Major H. S. Quint, George O'Brien. Lorraine Greene Flowers sends her love from New Orleans, Louisiana, while Lillian O'Meara Kaach does the same from Baton Rouge. Out on the Frontier in ARIZONA. . . . Timothy O'Connor, Rita Lewis Ives, Fred Ewart, Henry Osborn and Edward Lewis Uhl send us word that "the West Ain't What It Used to be". . . While Arthur Bianchi, way out in OKLAHOMA, says the same! Now in Old KENTUCKY. . . . . . . . . 4 . . . .Anne Augustine Osborne says that "Paducah's The Spot" for her. . ..Charles Gaffney likes life in Providence, Rhode Island. From 163. Y., Montreal, CANADA. ,Jean Miller Gordon wishes to be remembered. I CONGRATULATIONS! I To Molly Solloway who has given up the state of single blessedness this month, and to Theodore Rosenthal who will become a bride- groom on July lst. WOW! I Do we have millionaires in our class! When the research group was doing its sleuthing, anyone who lived beyond a radius of 500-miles was reported to be a millionaire. The farther away from home they are, the larger the income. The moral of this story seems to be-- "Go West Young Man for Woman?--Go West!" IAny errors or omissions were not intended--so bear with us I W ill! il!! ilk! 1 WANNA KNOW WHAT 'S GOING ON? Ask Lou Rosenberg. Any eligible males? Lou Rosenberg has all the 'phone numbers and has been appointed Head of the Matrimonial Bureau for our Cla s. Helll do a swell job too! I Wliiiiik JAMES EIILIIHQIJSE SCHOLAl?fSl-IlPj'UNI?- In June of the year 1954, there was established a James I-lillhouse High School Fund. The purpose of this fund was to further the education of needy students who qualified in the field which they selected. The Alumni and Citizens I Committee was formed this year to help this fine project grow. A good start was made and from these beginnings, it is hoped tlnt the fund will grow as a result of the money being invested for future growth. The Com- mittee for the selection of the scholarship is comprised of the faculty and the Alumni-Citizens Committee. It is expected that 1956 will bring the first scholar ship to a James Hillhouse High School student who is worthy of the prize. I do want to take this opportunity to thank all the contributors and those who aided in the work. I do hope that in the yearsto come, that you of the Class of 1931 will also aid in this worthy endeavor. Checks should be made out to: James Hillhouse High School Scholarship Fund, and mailed to: Mr. Joseph N. Weiner, Chairman, 318 Crown Street, New Haven, Connecticut. Alumni Citizens Committee Joseph "Bucky" Weiner, Chairman I hereby contribute the sum of dollars to be used by the trustees of this fund to establish scholar ships for needy and worthy students in the James Hillhouse High School who desire to obtain a college education. Date gg J-Signature Addressf I-HLLHOUSE CLASS OF 1931 HIIIUIIONI , .- .....s.Ia.s....- -... .A . .3 S. 1 I ,V lg ff, . , . . , ., . .W 1 V 4 H' ,.fC"V- 1 3 ff-f 'F " ' ' " 2 'UK J ' if ,.., , '-, ygrfw-1 'T""'9"L1if'T59fUv's Miz: A -I N , .V lg."Q3 1. if LQ, WI fi? if if J, '22 ENN , , 4. F5 ' lint, Zh . frggkrgff- Z: fax, n A -V' X, E , . ,. . . 1 gf . V ' . n, V., .- .AF A+-,V :V V gy-rf'V.w.s2g, .. . VV-f.g5,V'-- Cyl. . -,ge V gg Q -Vs V -, 1 ,, f'..sfT N.- . .,.I .J V - -- V- ypm ffyii, - . , - m..VV' :,. Jw. V: 's .rc fsltvr fr: QV 4- ' 'v ' 97759 'rs ' ' ,.3i'3'-L: ' ' . X5 Si 4?-f , ', .4955 . .- - , V.. - , V . , ,V - v - . , - - Nr L . .. .- ,. -V w . kg. 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Mvenwmktuwrtsvnvo-MuvrwivknrrruwkmkdfMirahMMM:ewwml-ew-orwe-rmuararmsuuku-411-'aura--kwarwvm It 'F' Ill 'F It is with deep regret and affectionate memories that we remember ap 4' the following classmates for whom the sands of time have run out: ak 4' ae- 4' Louis Anastasia Robert Rudy Krauss an Benjamin Joyce Bamford Veronica Mary Bleto Carl Huntington Bottume Anne Leonora Brown Theodore Lewis Bykowski William Lawrence Canfield Alfred Valentine Cash Marjory Elizabeth Collins Rita Mary Cronogue Margaret Patrine Dabbs Elizabeth Mary Donato Florence Portia Evans Frank James Gill Marion Goldman Dorothy Louise Griswold Frederick Fields Harris Erwin Andrew Johnson Nicholas Julian LaPenn Arline Manco Sarah Tomasino Mazzola Vivian Althea Musgrove Mary Madelon Ready Irving Sydney Resnik Alice Mary Ring Gertrude Gilda Rosen Miriam Rosoff Westley Augustine Ross Juliet Rosemary Scandone Milton J. Skolnick Carlton Everett Thayer Wyndham William Ulrich Mary Carmelina Vuolo Frank Joseph Welch Douglas John Yerxa 'F ue Charles Ziegler 'V ll' 'I'WvkvkvlvivlvkikllvilllfHivlvkvkivlfilvivllllvlflivilIGUHHIUIGIHSJIUIUII-'O'FHIUIHHHQHKIQIIMIIHHHI2lrIllllIHlf1O'lllHfIi'4lll'I0lII'll'IlIlllI0klkIllIHS ' CLOSING MESSAGE My one regret is that this is a 25th Reunion and not our 10th. Those of you who were not active in planning this affair cannot realize how much fun the committee had in arranging this party. How our class progress- ed as well as the renewal of old acquaintances or to bring back memories of our most delightful years was of considerable interest to all of us. We do hope that the next time we plan a get-together, many will be ableto join us who were unable to do so at this time. And so ---- so long for awhile. Mae Bell Reger ..-v.:..a6 A-an-he-uns--i 'N r 1 4. T.


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