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

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U ELM TREE 194 Eclztovml Boavcl RICHARD KENNEDY Eclztor in Chzef Assoczate Eclztois FhOlT11b Kaveney Anne Mrox ec John M lttheson M uxlyn Shepherd Ia mdom Chetllck Boys Sports Lclztcn Kltluyn Sulhx 111 Guls Spmts Eclztol Busmess Board PAUL ANDERSON Busmess M anage1 J0'll1 Cunmngh un Gerild MWLGLIIIS XKVIHIWIH MICDIDIC1 Suvln MCKIGTIIWII Jenn Wedmore Aft Board MARION MCCUI: Art Eclztor GEORGE ANDERSON Asst Art Eclztm Alxu, Akowchek john lung Clrolyn Beattle Ie U1 Llcy Ruth Brooks Llurl Prando Iohmnm Cu xher Helen Slbln Louxsc, Cyc,On Angehnm Slcrflmone F1'111C1S I' lynn Ruth Skelly Ahcc, Ilflrten Ill une Stl'lk"1 F acultq Admsem PHILIP A IIARRIIVIAN Edztorzal and Busmess Irvmg N Countlymfln Ex Officw MQIIOII C Sheudm Lztemrzf F1L,d11C.k T Fly Alt Amy L Weeks Infemry Florenee M Donohue Elm Tree Iumol Borud GEM wmsmamz' En. lszl qf-Uusowvx :c v aim .x '--f ' 5 :Q F NJN G. E, ugn , 15' u Q V. 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A Qfx - I If 3 M f is 5 I THOMAS KAVENEY LYN SHED E KATHI2 KN SULLIVAN'- GIRLS SPO RTS LUIGI PAQQELLA A SAC RANQNE 1,-we RA X-V 'E DD X: fd I TO Tug among i l I '15 ww was xmas 533 :ff -' Q T J' 1 N1-ELK ,, , .M- H-.sagfg 1-. z wb gl 1 X1 '.,. W4 , A-,Vs ' ,Q-Ln:g.,.h. -,L K1 'f , . 31 f, xffg' , 4 Q9 Q- I Azz? ,. 1- wi -if gawzaa , E it W, K, 'ffiff' ' . AW v . !:f4 :fx -' 1 if? WW- ev: ,505 - ,, -A L P3 34 if ww pl Mm N1 T, 3 . dw H ' n. 362 This number includes only those who left School before graduation to enter active service since Pearl Harbor. Hlllhoilse Hymn Words by Musrc by ALICE EST HER GARVIN STEPHEN WILTON N H H S 27 , Andante Volce 'H :E God of youth be Thou our gurd ance God of wxs dom hght our e our loy al es las mg Glve us faxth that nev er F-1 if -1 !""! 4-4- P1ano nv-1 .Baer road Where eer men from H111 house gath E er thexr dies Go f ope our Hearts are 11f d To Th1ne own mor tal ,Tri 1 9' -5.5 .551 bode God of War watch oer our h roes H111 house men who d1ed skxes H111 house ban ners we bear proud ly H111 house hymns are songs f fin Pix J l1 bb 5 -551:-H Q 'H -5: .521 far God of peace stand Thou be srde L2-st the fu ture years We mar praise God of youth be Thou our gu1d ance Through out lrfes long g1o nous days ITP ,Q 5 vi -g ralLJ -J A A L+! Copyright 1.945 by Stephen Walton Respectfully cleclzcatecl to the Stuclemts and T 6Cl6l7,6'1S of New Haven H zglz School w 10 are now m the Semzce of then Counmy pal Lt. -I -ti he ., ' '- - . J1 d -5 uni i as g mf ' - . E5 ' -5 " 'J T' l ' F EEE' Q Q' -BUF 't J?"?g' 'f a'0A nb - 'f.f2r', n-' In - ' if ii ' F F F -W? 5 . J - , A 3 gil f re 1- P 1 f EJHEEL y.sQlJe-Jar-ae"-bib 5 . 'JS ' J "AJ 'T if :WE i 45 1' J J. 4 1 1: f ' 1 1 ' ' E Lf -2. 3 - - i-x 'm T. :g,- EJ 5 E' 9 1 --Q Q A . 1, d .H L b y -.ly y- . t. I t sf, J: 3 A: 1: 51 F f ff, - 'Y ' '-' J Id 1 5 P Faculty in the Service George Talbot Frank O. Spinney Q ' l I a Q3 4 , 6. Aoi my va . gm.,9,f li ' ' QRNQ' , :sm . 2 pq a a a I William Rowe Graham Gebhardt Thomas Maloney v mam as as la E ffl w E af m Harlow Turck Iohn Braslin E Seniors in the Service 4 Anthony Antonucci, Army Peter Acampora, Navy N Edward Barnett, Navy Alfred Anyzeski, Navy 'Ierome Antonelli, Navy Bernard Blynder, Navy Fred Apicelli, Army Seniors in the Service l Edward Butler, Army A Iarnes Daniel, Navy Waltel' Colberg, Navy Marvin Casper, Navy Henry DeAngelis, Navy David Colbourn, Merchant M arine Joseph Chiaramonte, Navy Alfred DeRusso, Navy Seniors in the Service 'gilt' If Dante F asano, Navy Iohn Deveueau, Navy Thomas Fleming, Navy Alexander F S1'I'211'O, Army Bertram Eager, Navy Angelo Frione, Navy Thomas Fitzpatrick, Navy uf Seniors in the Service Irving Goldberg, Navy Gilbert Geiger, Navy Bernard Hurowitz, Navy Paul Hirschberg, Navy . Daniel Geremia, Army Nicholas Iadone, Navy George Hosmer, Merchant Marine Seniors in the Service Mfmvgml-M M Robext Kenny, Navy Levl Iackson Avmy Al1d16W Ma1t1n, Navy G01dOl1 Ken A1 my An Cams Alben IHIVIS, M 67 chant M arme Edmond McLellan Navy Charles Markham, Navy ga 5,01 X .X X V L 3, ar' ya ' xii Q z fa ' ' ,Q 2 ,egg-3.f1YaQ E Q: my - 1 A . . Z.,5L',.P'1f'.J"511tve.':L'azh5Y ik- - Si! - . ' ,, . , I 1 1 -Q ,1 ,'.4 4 7 - I v . ' 7 Seniors in the Service George Moore, Navy y Ioseph Metrick, Navy ' joseph Mrazik, Navy Robert Moore, Navy Donald Meyers, Navy Milton Neveloff, Navy Ioseph Mortali, Navy Seniors in the Service Raymond P3161 M cv chant M dl me Thomas N01 In Navy Ioseph Pnscale Army Edward Panczak Navy Edwal d Olesen M a1 mme Servzce Murray Pergament Navy Oscar Parente A1 my . . 1 . ,. ,- , S . c , I c , Y , - Q .. . .4 . 4 , : ' s 9 Seniors in the Service i ' Teofil Pilichowski, Army Pasquale Perrotte, Army Vincent Ricca, Navy Paul Plunkett, Navy Anthony Persico, Army Robert Rice, Army Air Corps Iohn Pyne, Navy Seniors in the Service Alvin Ronianolf, Navy William Robinson, Navy William Savo, Navy james Sansone, Army Romulus Racca, Navy Lewis Scarpa, Navy Iames Savo, Army Seniors in the Service KIT' -b-Ja f 41' Robert Schultz, Navy Stanley Starozynski, Army Air Corps Allan Spang, Maritime Service A Mark Smernolf, Navy Robert Stone, Army Air C orps Richard Sperandeo, Navy Frank Spadoni, Navy William Surface, Navy 1 ' , a Q o A 1 f . C a a 9 v 1 ' 7 ,' I C : I Seniors in the Service Kenneth Swanson Navy Ioseph Wa111e1 A1 my A1thu1 Vin Del Maelen Memhant Marme A1thu1 T1mson Navy Geolge Weavex Navy Lc-:1 oy V11lC6I1t M fu mes SIIVIDO Valeuano Navy Iames Yfmtes Navy uwv W 1 f james Salvo Alan Kutze James Sansone Jerome Antonelli Ernest Mattucci Donald Meyers Robert Schultz Thomas Savino VVa1ter Colberg ms was an Robert Rice Anthony Persico Thomas Fitzpatrick r 1 David Colhourn Pasquale Perrotte Dante Fasnno - Richard Sperandeo Edward Burnett Silvino Valerizmo Charles Markham Robert Caron Leroy Vincent Thomas Nolan Daniel Ccremia V I THIS MARKER IS PLACED HEREIN RECIJGNITIIJN UF ff 'ITIIIIIE IPIBIPJKGIIIILAISIE IGJIF Illillllllil CIDINIIDJS III AN AMUUNT EQUAL T0 THE PRICE 0F EQUIPMENT UF THIS TYPE A av im: mm HI acnoor. rowsa mixer new HAVEN acfrxcm' Q TYPE OF EQUIPMENT SH., SCOUT TRALHVR UXINI E Nh mg 50 DL ,af vga 46' KEN Krist i of EGUIYMW WAS 2 we ui UF THIS TYPE ga. BY New Haven 13.5 bhool NEW HBVGDQ -F' Connsctfcut 5 TYPEOF EQUIPMENT one Field Ambulance ffsffiai FSQPFF-.- - . 1. SEPA? ' ei. , ' . W V! L . . M,-gg ' f jj? Q - - I-Jffga lied: " i fr Sfvzazrz-I ., . , J , , , . V - h q,,,,f- wg J . Riagg: ,.::-p.f- . , :f 'I . 4 - "' ' TW' " ' I ,' w.t'Sf ' ' ' I A 1' - B i'i.5ig?f-1 - T ' ' 'S' ' e , - ,,---- ' 'eiwfg ,. II -"'1' . V -..N " ' . 'waasuwfe ' . .. Q. ' 1. . 1 '39 2 Q V wzirfte 1 I' Q. - C m +- R- - I V . gm-5 , A . A !- - --fy -X .Q - 5 fin- r. fi H N - ,ggi w ff . ng17:1"-- .ge I ': ' X ir 'JFS I ' ' if 'fr 30 . -Q3 25:59 Y 1:11524 215' 4 P Ezra f-1 ' .f. wal.. : fl'-EET' " T' , K l 34 War Bond Activities 'fx 'K 'F Well, we made itI It was a hard fight, but We won. Since january, Hillhouse has been proudly Hying the Minute Man Flag, which means 902 of the student body has been purchasing war bonds and stamps every month. It also means a goal of 84,815.00 per month which buys a Weasel. Before we set our Minute Man Flag goal last January, we bought a 81,950.00 Red Cross Field Ambulance. During the Sixth War Loan drive we again bought the Navy a plane-a Scout Trainer at 325,000.00 I say "again," be- cause you remember last year we gave the Navy a Corsair. Well, this year we re- ceived a letter from a Navy mechanic Who serviced our Corsair 'out in the Pa- cific, and through a roundabout method, from someone who knew the pilot who Hew the plane, We were gratefully thanked for our part in this War. This year again we have received "decals" from Mrs. Raymond Baldwin in Hartford, as recognition of our purchases. Duplicates of the 'ldecalsv have been put into the machines We bought. For a second year, the pupils of Hill- house can proudly say that they have done their share in helping to bring this war to a close. WAR BOND COMMITTEE 2nd row: Rochelle, Stokesbury, Cohen. lst row: Kohler, Berman Qchairmanl, Morgan. 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F -N - 1, . .A ' --waist Ng ggi . '? uri" ..', - n f 3' 'yy HQ?" ,x J. Q . , I iA,I Nj -- at V . . .1 "W ag- '41' -Q' 'Z' - uf: 'Jia -4 'T , - ,. . I A1 II . w I- II, I .1 ..:? - Q I z 2' ggi I. f. , ,,- , - . QI " , Lf 'V '39 "ii S' 'I ' ..?A::'L: . Q f .I I 311.63 ,ge ' 1, ., I" I-25, 3 -.f I I K? " , , ' j. 7 . 5: ' ,1 .JZUJJ 4 J 2 Q .JM . 31 ' lv . I X ' Q . 1 ' if? af ,gI II ,H I I I , 2,5 S ' fra-'-5' N'-I-'-givgh , P . wfrh if-rw-I-A . To the Class of 1945: The class of 1945 is the eighty-sixth to be graduated from this school, which has been in continuous existence from the times of Presidents Buchanan and Lincoln to the present time. Its student body has witnessed the tragic era of a great Civil War, the perplexing problems of re-construction, the baneful panic of 1873, a period of marvelous growth, the hard times of 1893, the Spanish-American War, the emergence of the United States as an outstanding world power, World War I, prosperity and depression, and the most devastating war of all history. W For many ears the principals have given farewell messages to the members of graduating cllasses-lauding them, advising them, and exhorting them to cherish the virtues of good character, and suggesting to them the road to success. Some classes were graduated into a world beset with inauspicious and unpropitious con- ditionsg others into a World hedged-about by auspicious and propitious circum- stances. But never has any class left this school under more difficult world-wide per- plexities than the class of 1945. As a matter of plain fact your class, more than any other, has been deprived of the normal experiences and advantages which right- fully belong to high school students. Throughout your high school life you have been perplexed not only about immediate problems but especially about the fu- ture. On innumerable occasions the advice of the principal has been sought and to him has been put the question: "What shall I do?" No one can predict the future although the outlook is far brighter than it has been since you entered I-Iillhouse. This much, however, is certain, that the future will be benign and peaceful, provided men and women stress as the basic funda- mentals not the sordid and materialistic aspects of so-called social success, which are ephemeral, but the solid and spiritual values of life which are eternal. Wishing the best of success and happiness to you all, I am, Cordially yours, IRVING N. COUNTRYMAN, N. H. H. S. 1901 Principal 38 To the Class of 1945: A young officer, reporting to Napoleon after a notable victory, expected words of praise, instead, Napoleon calmly said, "What are you going to do tomorrow?,' At graduation time you will be asking yourselves a similar question. What will be your answer? Without question you are surrounded by a myriad of opportunities from which to select your life's Work. For the present, however, most of you can- not see one designed just for you. In a sense you are as puzzled as was that little fish that swam to its mother and asked, "Where can I Hnd a drink of water?,' To express this in another way, you have a problem to solve. The problem is, "Where can I End my place in life, where I can be of the most service to myself and to the worldly' May I suggest that you call this a mathematical problem, be- cause there is a method of so ving such problems, and especially because to all maihematical problems there is always a correct answer, and that is what you are see mg. A boy, his diploma in his hand, came to me at the close of ea Hillhouse gradua- tion and said, "My future is a blank. What reason have I for living?" We discussed the question, and he departed. A number of years later I received a letter from him. He referred to our talk on graduation night, during which "you assured me that there was a duty for me to perform somewhere, but I would have to find it. I have found it." It was a simple solution. He was with a law firm in California. The technical knowledge of machinery that he had acquired in his Boardman course made him invaluable in certain law suit cases, as none of the others in that office had this technical knowledge. Likewise, each one of you has some talent, perhaps obscure now, that some will seek and gladly avail themselves of some day. Time will tell, and may it be soon. You have my best wishes. Sincerely yours, CHARLES L. KIRSCHNER, Principal Emeritus 89 T 0 the Class of 1945: For the fourth successive year a Hillhouse graduating class prepares to leave the portals of our school to enter a world staggering under the pressure of dark clouds of war. True, a few rays of light are commencing to show through in places where it appeared for a time that the sun would never shine again. It is our fer- vent prayer, as I know it is yours, that before another commencement time arrives, with the help of God and the combined efforts of our strong-hearted men and women, the clouds of battle will have been completely dispelled, allowing the sun, in all its glory, to shine once again upon a world at peace. During your three, and in some cases four years at Hillhouse, you have com- piled an enviable record individually and as a class. By your combined efforts we have made many notable contributions to the war effort, which have reflected creditably upon the good name of our school. Your athletic teams must be rated among the best ever to represent us. Not only have they been victorious in the great majority of their contests, but what is more important, they have also shown themselves to be gentlemen both in victory and defeat. All of these successes have been achieved primarily because of your willingness to sacrifice, to place the wel- fare of the larger body above personal aggrandizement. If it is possible for you collectively or as individuals to "face the futurev with that same spirit, with that same willingness to cooperate, and if by your enthusi- astic leadership you are able to inlluence others so that they, too, will be imbued with your sincerity of purpose, ,then we need have little fear that in another twenty-five years your sons will be called upon to restore order to a seliish world. With sincere good wishes, Cordially yours, EMMONS 1. BOWEN, N. H. H. S., '15 Assistant Principal 40 Greetings to the Class of 1945: As you members of the Class of 1945 prepare to leave the portals of your Alma Mater, you may well contemplate with deepest pride the tasks you have accomplished. We are very proud of your splendid spirit of cooperation and loyalty and feel that these busy days of your formal education in this school have been productive of much good. I believe that most of you have been happy in this environment, and I am sure that you will look back longingly upon these days of preparation and growth many, many times. The friendships you have formed here will mean more and more to you as the years pass. Many of you will meet again-in the service, in college, 01' in the workaday world, and in these meetings your mutual interest and inspiration will be the days spent in Hillhouse. The last four years of your schooling have been fraught with the grimmest strife and the most unspeakable horrors the world has ever known. Many of your classmates have left you to heed their country's call, some of them never to return. Yet now, at last, there seem to be rifts in these ebon clouds, and a hope is slowly growing that we are approaching the end. May Cod grant that your part will be to help to bring to the world that glorious vision of peace. The record of your class has been replete with successful deeds that have tested your tolerance, loyalty, courage, and faith. I am very proud and happy to have enjoyed your friendship. I have become very fond of you all, and our leave- taking holds a note of sadness and regret. Yet you must ever face forward, for I have the deepest faith in your future. My best wishes for success and happiness attend you. Cordially yours, F RANK I-I. NETTLETON, 1904 Aclministratioe Assistant 41 To the Class of 1945: This is the time of year when praise, advice, and counsel iill the printed pages, the air waves, and the ears of young graduates. With this undercurrent of excite- ment causing some apprehension about the Future, the words of an educator may seem rather empty in comparison with the glowing tributes being paid your brothers and friends now in service overseas. However, since I have been fortunate enough to know you seniors for three years, to meet you under circumstances both pleasant and, let us say, less propitious, I hope you will consider, as you travel along the royal road to success, the debt you owe your heritage. Arts, sciences, literature, music, languages of the Past have been placed in your hands during these years, glorious records of Hillhouse men in major sports, incredible deeds of courage performed by our former students "in the air, on land and sea", your own success in earning the diploma soon to be engraved with your name-these represent the Present. But what of the Future-the beauty of the earth, gardens and growing things, the sun and moon and tropic rain, joy in work, laughter at play, good friends, your dreams come true? As I have rejoiced with you in your victories, I have felt a warm sense of pride because the members of the Class of'1945, alert to the chaotic world into which they were flung, seem able to grasp with both hands the materials provided by us and to make from them a pattern of living. I have no advice to give you, I have a great faith in you and your accomplishments, I look forward to seeing your names onkthe great rosters where "THESE MEN AND WOMEN SUC- CEEDI-ED" are e t. You will nevelg forget your years here-those years which proved your loyalty to your family, your country, and our school. But these merely point the way to the happiest days of your life, and, I hope that each day may be better than the last! Sincerely yours, PHILIP A. HARRINIAN, Aclministmtiine Assistant 42 Greetings to the Class of 1945: . Three years, for some four, eventful years I hope, spent at I-Iillhousel They have been years of achievements, accomplishments, sacrifices, and sorrows, but all have been wrapped up in happy memories, I am sure. Some of you will be glad you are leaving and others of you will be sad. You have made many friends during your time at high school. Those of you who go into service will rejoice and wel- come familiar faces if you meet in foreign lands, and together will relive your years spent at I-Iillhouse. Our halls have resembled a military institution. Practically every day has brought back former students now in various branches of the service. They enjoy wandering through the corridors, visiting members of the faculty in their rooms and in the oflices, mingling with others in the cafeteria during recess periods and recalling their days spent in the school. You, too, will be doing the same thing, and, remember, you will always be welcomed at Hillhouse. Your cooperation in our many drives and calls for your untiring help will be remembered by us and by such organizations as the Pied Cross, U. S. O., Com- munity Chest, Infantile Paralysis, and various social agencies where you have volunteered your time and assistance during the trying days. Last, but not least, you have been active in the monthly War Loan drives that have aided our fighting men. The undergraduates will continue your work and perhaps will be "backing you up." We are grateful to all of you for your help. . My parting words to both the boys and girls of the Class of 1945, wherever you may be, whether in answer to our country's call or in SOI116 other Walk in life -may you Hnd Strength for each new day, Courage to face the future unafraid, Hope for a better tomorrow, Peace in the midst of a troubled world, Comfort in time of sorrow, and Ioy in your faith. f My very best wishes and good luck. May God be your guide and keep you sa e. Cordially and most sincerely, BARBARA A. L. IHEWVLETT, Dean 43 Departmental Heads 'jim-M - 1 s -sa as is 5,18 Q is .E-as R, SN E W war? H - Li an E5 gm 1 is W ss - summit: a afar s mg is ,H Haggis it 2: n ss mg sz s 'Thu We R: n GILBERT C MILLER ROBERT LANGDALE Technical A1 ts Science Success comes to him whose hand is skilled, whose head directs whose heart thrills with do- mk 7 ing, whose smile is sincere, and whose eye has a merry twinkle. May all good fortune be yours. GILBERT W. MILLER We say farewell to the Class of 1945 with sin- cere regret, for those of you who elected chem- istry have not only worked well according to your varying abilities and the amount of time you could devote to the subject, but have stayed with the job to the very end, instead of fading out gradually a few weeks ahead of time. We shall miss you. ROBERT LANGDALE Congratulations upon the successful comple- tion of your course. Whether you go to college or enlist in the armed forces, I join with your parents in wishing you success and good luck. Your achievements will be an inspiration to us. EDWARD C. CROWLEY 44 Departmental Heads MARION C. S1-IERIDAN English Without any question the Class of 1945 is one of the most outstanding that has ever attended the New Haven High School. Since December, 1941 the thought of war-emphasizing the need for skill, knowledge, courage, and unseltishness -must have dominated your actions and thoughts. May you have the vision to perceive and to realize the full significance of deinocracy. 1 MAIRION C. SHERIDAN To the members of the class of 1945, wherever you are: in the camps in the U.S.A.g on the palm- fringed islands of the Paciiicg in the jungles of Burmag on the terraced banks of the Rhineg in the barren Aleutiansg or right here in New Haveng to you whose friendly presence made so large a con- tribution to the success of the school-cordial greetings and good wishes from the members of the Biology Department. MARY W. PATTEN The world in which you have lived since you started your school career in 1933 has not been a normal One. May the day hasten when you will be permitted to enjoy life with peace and pros- perity at their best. THOMYAS F. RICHARDSON 45 MARY VV. PATTEN Biology THOIVIAS F. RICHARDSON History 3 Q is A '3s. .u., W als -533 .a. -mu. EE W? ga rs. is an Rvws E RRS 5 25 an Y gf, .. ' 555315 Raw Lei? ggifgawx ssc is ,mum :R W was i, R s-R Emma- wait' me m E -R-R R Departmental Heads E 'Wt5? FE'Q GORDON N. CHRISTOPHER REGINALD D ROOT Foreign Languages R 'Amana U R EW Wm gal R EEE WEEE M x wfss R M Eff m?scNs. . R32 s an--ri R E' gr? 5555553 in - R is maggie R Q at Mfg 1 'ft' 'sis ,ww - FRANK I. CARR Remedial Work Physical Education Modesty in the face of success and fortitude in meeting dii-liculties are attitudes characteristic of your class. You have maintained the Hillhouse spirit and leave upon our school the stamp of your kindly, courageous, happy ways. You will, I am sure, create your own good fortune, but just the same, let me wish you all "Good Luckli' GORDON N. CHRISTOPHER The members of the Class of 1945 will always occupy a warm spot in my heart, since I entered the morning school with you and am graduating at the same time. The athletes of the class are numerous and their achievements Outstanding. Their good sportsmanship has added glory to the name of I-Iillhouse. I shall never forget them. RECINALD D. BOOT Modern living demands leadership for its full- est satisfaction. The noblest ideal of leadership employs service to others: tolerance, guidance, and sympathetic understanding. Today's grad- uates have a wider responsibility to enforce these principles in a narrowing world. Devotion to the ideal of service is the highest expression of per- sonality and can be accomplished by the hum- hlest. It rests not upon intellectual and athletic attainments, but stems from the honest effort to understand and share the problems of our fellow- men. FRANK I. CARR 46 Placement Service Class of 1945: . We who have known you since your entrance to I-Iillhouse rejoice with you in the completion of your high school course. Many demands have been placed on you during these war years by extra school activities and by employers who have sought your help in after school hours. These have been busy years and through them you have shown those traits of character that are admirable in American youth. Now as you leave Hillhouse two important considerations confront you: be- coming successful workers in the armed forces or in civilian life, and looking for- ward to successful careers in the post-War era. Your first duty lies in serving your country on the battlefront or on the homefront. Whether you enter the armed forces, full-time employment, or continue your formal education, you will not cease to study if you wish to progress in your chosen work. ' There is no end to the things that may be learned and to the ways in which oneis education may be put to work on the job. Having a curiosity about your job will enable you to respond intelligently to new situations and to opportunities that may arise. By developing those skills and habits that will be useful to you when peace comes, you can make your training so thorough that you will excel in your chosen field. As individuals you have laid the foundation for your career in your everyday living. May you enjoy life's richest blessings as you face the future with high ideals and faith in God. Cordially your friend, MAHGUERITE G. l'lEALY, Director of Placement 47 Biology Department 2nd row: Miss E. Johnson, Mr. Krause, Mr. Sternberg, Mr. Burton, Mr. LeVine, Miss Patten, Dept. Head. lst row: Miss Colbert, Miss Newman, Miss Ross, Miss Cahill. English Department J nl 3rd row: Miss Kane, Miss Garvin, Mrs. Harrison, Miss Eberly, Miss Hunt, Miss Weeks, Mr. Hyman, Miss Sullivan, Miss Hogan, Mr. Felclman. 2nd row: Mr. Dexter, Miss Hatch, Mrs. Childs, Miss Brown, Mrs. Leighton, Miss Segur, Miss Denny, Miss Nolan, Miss Cashman, Miss Reback. lst row: Mrs. Clark, Miss McQuigg, Miss Taber, Dr. Sheridan, Dept. Head, Miss Harvey, Mrs. Howlett, Mrs. Aherne. 48 I Foreign Language Department l 32.6. Srcl row: Miss Harris, Miss YVilcox, Dr. Raschella, Mr. Spinney, Mr. Schubert, Miss Preston, Miss R. Doherty. 2nd row: Miss Pond, Miss Sanford, Mrs. Elmendorf, Mr. Crosby, Mrs. Hendricks, Miss Wooclliead, Miss Razee. lst row: Miss O. Doherty, Miss Cragin, Mr. Christopher, Dept. Head, Mrs. Farrington, Mrs. Braslin. History Department 3rd row: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Thurston, Mr. Lafreniere, Mr. Barbour, Mr. Gallup. 2nd row: Dr. Davis, Mr. Chappell, Dr. Wrinn, Miss Mead, Miss Peck, Miss Wallker, ' Mr. Flanagan. ' lst row: Miss Mitchell, Miss Rinehart, Miss Isbell, Mr. Richardson, Dept. Headg Miss Horn, Miss Dawley, Miss M. Iohnson. 49 SQ M W Mathematics Department Srd row: Mr. Straus, Mr. Costello, Mr. Morton, Mr. Spiller, Mr. Gregory, Mr. Reichgott. 2nd row: Mr. Gartland, Mr. Chisholm, Miss Parsons, Mrs. Gillen, Miss McKay, Mr. Chernoff, Mr. Farrington. ' lst row: Mrs. Davenport, Miss Malone, Mr. Merriurn, Mr. Crowley, Dept. Head, Miss Prycie, Miss Currie. - Physical Education Department , , - , K 2nd row: Miss Sara, Miss Greenwood, Miss Schurig, Mr. Root, Dept. Headg Miss Harkin, Mrs. Patton. lst row: Mr. Rice, Mr. Davin, Mr. Bender, Mr. G. Johnston, Mr. Culver. 50 D i 1 Remedial Department 2nd row: Mr. Carr, Dept. Head, Mr. Rowe. lst row: Miss Hanson, Miss Flanagan, Miss Davin, Miss Donohue. Science Department 2nd row: Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Tripp, Mr. Sproule, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Burton, Mr. McCarthy lst row: Mr. Kimball, Miss Williams, Mr. Langdale, Dept, Head, Miss Donnelly, M1'. Small 51 Technical Arts Department Srcl row: Mr. Fay, Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr. Wakeliian, Mr. Gray, Mr. Cosselin, Mr. Sylvia. 2nd row: Mrs. VVakeman, M1'. I. Johnston, Mr. McClellan, Mr. Aclzuns, Mr. Miller, Dept. Headg Mr. I-Iall, Mr, F raser, Mrs. Shutter. lst row: Miss Bowtly, Miss Madden, Miss East, Miss Sanclquist, Miss Klingler, Miss Breen. Faculty Not In Group Pictures Miss Dorothy H. Berry ....... Miss Louise M. Farnsworth Miss Bertha K. F rehse Miss Florence Frost ........ Miss Marie E. Callivan ...,.,,. Miss Myrtle O. Gorham .,.... Miss Elizabeth A. Halloran D1'. Sabina C. Hoyt ....,........... Miss Flora B. Lyons ........... Mr. Howard A. Newton ...... Miss Ella E. Smith .......... Dr. Ioseph L. NValsh ...,. .. D1'.'Ella P. Warner .... 1. Miss lane Welsh ..,.. English Foreign Language .. ..............,..... English History History History History English English ...... Science English English , ....... English English X - , Clerical, Cafeteria, and Maintenance Deyvartments ss MISS VERA R. EAST Miss Vera R. East of the Technical Arts Department has been absent the past year due to illness. Miss East is a teacher of salesmanship and clothing and has been for many years an interested and active member of the Class Day Committee. The entire school, both students and faculty, send messages of good cheer and wishes for her speedy and complete recovery. DR. JOSEPH M. RASCHELLA Dr. Joseph M. Raschella received his education in Italy, obtaining the degree of LL.D. from the Univer- sity of Naples. He served as an artillery captain in the Italian Army during the First World War. He came to this country in 1921, and since 1922 has been teaching Italian in the New Haven High School, where he has also sponsored the Italian Club. Since 1930 he has been, in addition, a member of the faculty of Albertus Magnus College. Everywhere his pupils have re- sponded to and appreciated his sympathetic under- standing of young people. Dr. Raschella has an unusual faculty for making friends, all of whom have missed him during his sojourn in the hospital. MR. LEON C. RICE' Mr. Leon C. Bice is a native of New York State and was graduated with a B.S. degree in 1908 from Syra- cuse University, where he was a member of the varsity crew and the football team. For twenty-six years now he has been teaching physics, U. S. history, and physi- cal education in our school. Upon his retirement to a farm in Morrisville, New York, Mr. Rice expects to raise beef cattle and to de- vote himself to his hobbies-farming, sports, and hunt- ing. His many friends in Hillhouse wish him health, happiness, and success in the years to come. 54 MISS EDITH M. SANFORD Edith M. Sanford says goodbye to Hillhouse, after twenty-five years of teaching in the Lat-in Department. A native of New York State, she received her degree of A.B. at the University of Wiscoiisiii, and later won a master's degree in the classical field, at Yale. For nine years she served on the summer faculty of Hunter Col- lege, New York City, as instructor in Greek and Roman life. Enriched by these experiences and by extensive travel in Europe and the Near East, Miss Sanford's contribution to our Foreign Language Department has been notable. All the Hillhouse family wishes her "good luck, good health and happinessf, in her years of well-earned leisure. MR. HARRY G. WAKEMAN Mr. Harry G. VVakeman, a New Havener, graduated from The Boardman Manual Training High School. In his early life, he entered the automobile business. From 1908-1944, he was a popular member of the N .I-I.I7I.S. Faculty, leaving us for two years during the First World War to serve as Engineer and Master Mechanic in Defense. At this time, he was sent by his company to Europe as a special representative. At Hillhouse, he worked diligently, and to his many pupils, acted as counsellor and friend, thus attaining the goal of our school's ideals. To him, we dedicate a future of health and great happiness. 55 4. . . .- I.: ss I s -f A , rn 13+- I PT 5' -N- QW W , .ax - ---Q . 1 , - . V 1.. . .. .. . .V,., ' ' f L. f'Q ?55?f1?-Fig WMM -w r- ' W2?.s?-5-'WF i - 5355 55 1 ?5?':w?q-W3 if- 7 5..- Y' .,. -1- -...za .a f Kim' -.2' -' .:. 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W A W .B E E H Q HM mg: ,WEN figs Eg A-NEW -W fig ,H-,. wfizzwgwm Hpwszaw wa ss gs ma gwgf-ESWTQ w:5'mx,5sgg fmiggm - - E I M I 5 f.q,f E W' Eg ww H ya gguggg-56 w w H mv www-'Vw CLASS GLLICEDS mg A413006 can 09wcv FACIS ki D 1 xx E FAC Ulmwzf Jwmww. Elgrvaihrnfa illiwaage Fellow Classmates: The 1945 "Elm Treev is the otlicial record of what is to us the most extraordi- nary class in all the years of Hillhouse history. It is a priceless memento of our years spent together at I-Iillhouse. During this time we have seen America enter a second VVorld War that began while we were freshmen, and that is still in progress. The indomitable spirit of American fighting men, many of whom were our Hill- house associates, is spearheading us to an ultimate victory. Even now while you are reading this, victory is inevitable. In past years it has been customary for the president to thank his fellow officers at the close of his message. But there should be no delay in thanking our ever-capable Olive, Bob, and Ira for their earnest cooperation, and I assure every member of the class that your choice of these three competent otlicers has been justified. ' Our achievements in the sports world have been numerous, especially in this, our senior year. The show cases are newly occupied by trophies won on the foot- ball, basketball, and track fields, we are proud of them. In the midst of this last year we have been shocked by the untimely death of two members of the class, Jack Carrity and Rosemarie McKiernan. This loss has been great..Both were close to all who knew them and were highly respected by both faculty and students. Yes, this, the class of 1945, has been a group bound closely by its triumphs and sorrows. As leader of this group, I hope I have fulfilled the duties of my oflice to your satisfaction. I wish to say that I have truly enjoyed being of service to you, my classmates. Sincerely, lack 59 Senior Executive Board 3rd rowzv Wzisseth, Fezza, Marschall, Whelzlll, Kenny, Halpin, King, Fisco, McNeil. 2nd row: Fenton, DeLucia, Terrace, Nann, Carlo, Koehler, Colrus, Miller, Piscatelli, Wein- stein, Montuno. lst row: Ruggiero, Bruclforcl, Hubbell, Thompson, Read, Daley, Cunningham. Class Gift Committee l 2nd row: Panczak, Roniberg, VVhelzm. lst row: Callahan, Brennan, Halpin Qclmirmnn I, Veno. 60 Class Day Committee Q 2nd row: Bilides, Rho, MacG-uire, Lee CChai1'manJ, Bellin, Smith. lst row: Mitchell, Nastri, Bainton, Berman, Zimmerman, Willard, Pahoda. Senior Prom Committee 3rd row: Orlando, Lipsiner, Dolan, Tyson, Flynn, Reardon, Healy. 2nd row: Mnrottolo, Tierney, Caporale, Gmneis, Ellis, Brown, Traub. lst row: Ruderman, Lapides, Bradford, Wallack C chuirrnanj, Flanagan, Canning. 61 Class Motto Committee 9 1 D J 1 t row: Nolan, Caron, I-Ialpin fchairmanj, Healey. row: Ruggiero, Heywood, Buonocore, Shakes care, acob. Gllama illllntin illlianwa ah lahnranhumg pvrtnru ah preranhnm Manila In tnilg hearts tu prager 62 Gllaaa IHHPI11 TOMORROWIS DAWN The wintry sun has set. A cold, dark night has fallen . To blanket a now saddened world, Its huge, black tentacles trying To grasp, in gloomy atmosphere, The spirit of a tormented land. The bare trees look upon this scene. Their long, thin branches, stripped of leaves, Spread dire shadows over mournful earth. They are the victims, the oppressed, Who yielded to the sinister force of darkness. Small animals huddle in tiny hollows, In hope to keep their bodies warm Against long blasts of the wintry night, A-warmth which means either life or death. Hundreds strive to thwart night's threat Till light of day shall pierce the dark. ' Slowly above this dismal scene, The twinkling light of stars appears, Keeping alive a ray of hope for morrow, Lending cheery glow to scenes below, Showing darkness will not last forever But fade beneath the strength of right. The night wears on, its fury spent. The sky now lightened by the dawn, A world at last is slowly waking To face a bright tomorrow. Surrounded by the warmth of sun, Given strength by its new radiance, Leaving night and branching ever skyward, Trees revive their scrawny branches, Absorbing the glow that Hoods the earth. Animals venture forth once more To start to work and build again, ' Acquire strength and fearlessness, Higher reaching toward unseen goals, Toward a future that will ever be bright, From a darkness that will never conquer. ELI S. SOLCOFF 63 jack Thompson Alice Akowchek Paul Anderson Dick Kennedy "Timber" I-Ialpiu Ellyn Bradford Kurt Marscliall Tecl-.Kennedy 5 Shirley Ruderman Bobby Reid 64 E . Nw N -E xrggwrm mn , gm 2552 +P as-SL E iikizkwgd games as K E fiifw E B H ss a ss wa m msgs sms New Q 55525 m -555' w it ggwgrgw lm sm Sir H W W :sm na ss 5 SSE .H H ss Mwxm nm sm?-an w gsm? is an A 552.1 Olive Daley Mary Jane Graves Margaret O'Neil Larry D,Orsi Ieriy MncGuire Clare WVillarcl Murjy Brenner Marcia Strickland 65 Joyce Baintcm Marion Williams and Gloria Peck Carolyn Beattie Marilyn Shcpllercl Patricia Del4,h.u1t ss Y OPHOMORE HISTORY " ff if X It was a great day when we Hrst entered Hill- house as students, great for us because we were finally out of the junior high stage and great, we .f .1-,Q 4 X 'ia if K, ' i thought, for Hillhouse that we had come. Those who he 'def i ,. will ' E I E ..l.,'4 ll ' X .1 3 , T - -I 2 - E2 Q.. H- H,..,J:: Wire awed expressions, and those who had reached the heights of the morningsession looked down upon us lx 1 a as the lowest form of animal life. Despite this, we K tried to impress the junior high crowd with the idea 5 3 X that we were 'tbig time operatorsf, After a couple of weeks, with the help of those who had been initiated to the school as freshmen, we bewildered "sophs" learned that there really wasn't a "Room fourteen" and that the stairs would have to do, for the elevators we had heard about were myths. Some of us, much to our regret, even found out about those dreaded morning periods. The teachers told us it was refreshing to get up so early in the day, but we refrained from comment. We now plunged into the seas of school work and of extra-curricular activities. Some of us went down twice in the former because of too much exercise in the latter, but there was always a teacher ready to bring us back to shore before that third time. The creaking bones heard in the corridors were the results of pre- induction gym training given to all boys, but it wasn't too hard. Why, Tommy Fenton was up and about again in two Weeks! , Coach Culver thought that a couple of young hopefuls on his P. M. football team looked promising. Their names were lack Thompson and Mike Ciaburro. But be this as it may, our varsity football team was not very successful, in fact we had seven losses and one tie of no score, but nary a victory. Even all the cheering Ted Kennedy did at the West Haven game was to no avail, for we lost that one 20-7. But win or lose, how we loved those afternoon games which allowed us to be dismissed from class! Our basketball and hockey teams did better, however. "Chucky VVhelan played some wonderful basketball, and with his help the varsity team ended with sixteen victories against three losses. Saturday nights during the hockey season found us in the Arena, freezing cold, but yelling our lungs out for Coach Culver's boys. Bob Read and Dick Rahm were first string players, which was quite an accomplishment for P. M. boys. Ed Panczak showed signs of the good hockey player he later became. The season ended with Hillhouse holding second place in the District Hockev Competition with six games won to three lost. Harry Lockery, a member of the I-Iillhouse Mermen, proved, in the meet against the Yale Frosh, his ability in diving. ' The girls, too, had their athletic moments. "Boots" Clark Won the soph tennis and bowling tournaments. lane Richardson became an ardent archery fan, and she, with other modern Dianas such as Ioan Flanagan, Alrie Hayden, Carol Hitch- cock, and Gladys "The Voicev Veno, could be seen at West Rock Park with their trusty bows and arrows. The skating enthusiasts, among them Elda Brennan and Dot O'Brien, gracefully glided over the ice once a week under the supervision of Miss Harkin with never-well, hardly ever-a spill. "Sis" Etzel became manager of the swimming team and field hockey representative to the Girls, Sports Council, while Rosemarie Prisco represented the female basketball fans on the Council. Our lives seemed to be one competition after another. VV e gazed with awe at the superior seniors who conducted meetings of all sorts. Most of us spent three- quarters of our mornings and half of our study periods attending outside activi- ties and the inevitable competitions which would, we hoped, win us places on the Sentinel, the Gleizm, various teams, and so on, ad infinitum. It was this year that the Sentinel Editorial Board accepted two new members to its staff, who were later to become its co-editors, 6'Boots" Clark and Bill Murphy, while the f H X A had been here as freshmen were amused at our x- 45" 66 Business Board received into its fold George Montano, who was later to become Business Manager of our school paper. For its part, the Sentinel won first place in the Columbia Scholastic Press competition, as did the Gleam. Several teachers, Messrs. Braslin, Cebhardt, Maloney, William Rowe, Talbot, and Turck, left for the armed services, as did the following sophs: Horace Davis, Iohn Fley, Charles Gomes, -Iohn McKiernan, Elmer Miller, Iohn Miller, Edward Monson, Martin Morici, and Richard Rahm, but on the whole the ranks of our class and teachers were not greatly depleted by the call of Uncle Sam. War Bond drives were on, and May 12, despite pouring rain, we went en masse to see the captured Iapanese two-man submarine which was open to public inspection. Admission-one war stamp or bond. VVe looked forward to rationing with gleams in our eyes because school closed for two days while teachers made out sugar rationing books. The black-out, in its modified dim-out form, eliminated Parent-Teacher meetings, and those of us who hadn't done so well breathed sighs of relief. We had air raid drills which relieved us of the horrors of irregular Latin verbs and geometry theorems, and generally came to the conclusion that at times war wasn't all that General Sherman had declared it to be. But we realized that others were suffering and did our part, however small, to alleviate these conditions. Ioan Bowe, lean Fanning, Shirley Luden, and Kathryn Sullivan, among others, helped out in local hospitals, and over one hun- d1'ed joined the newly-formed Victory Corps. - We received practical experience for our future civic duties when we elected members to the Student Advisory Board, our representative body in school gov- e1'nment. Officers of the S. A. B. were George Lee, president, Henry Fries, vice- presidentg Ruth Healey, secretaryg and Dave Murphy, treasurer. We also had our social life, which included new friends from other neighbor- hoods than ours. This was one big reason why we liked high school. We met new people whom we never would have known had we not come to Hillhouse. With these new friends we went skating at Woodbridge and the Arena, and stopped for a "coke" at the "Tasty," We had our parties, and went to each otheris homes to hear the latest in Harry Iames and Tommy Dorsey records. A young vocalist with Mr. D. was coming into prominence at the time-one Frank Sinatra by name- and the girls were learning to swoon. "Oklahomal" was a smash hit on Broadway, and people everywhere were humming its tunes. Some of us saw it at the Shubert before it reached New York. We attended our first soro1'ity and fraternity dances this year, too. VVe had talent represented among our numbers, as witnessed by Ioyce Baintoifs acting, Fred Kurzweil's violin playing, and Ianice Mahan's singing. The school was pre- sented with a beautiful Baldwin grand piano by an anonymous friend. Many of our assemblies were highlighted with Dot Carrity's playing of this new instrument. We had our own quiz programs. We were confronted by a maze of questions on book slips, absence cards, tardy cards, registration cards, and seemingly hun- dreds of other forms of questionnaires. The Sentinel fell victim to the interrogation fad that surrounded us. Its reporters asked us still more questions and made state- ments on the number of nationalities 'represented in the school, the books we read during the summer vacation, and how "economically literatei' we were. But school life, contrary to popular belief, is not all frivolous, carefree fun. We had home work and class work, and, as a whole, we were conscientious about learning. Iudy Cohen won the afternoon spelling bee by overcoming such ob- stacles as oictuals and eccfesiczsticcll. Alan Cans won first prize in the Omega Delta English examination, Paul Wasseth won first prize in the William Babbitt examina- tion for excellence in plane geometry, and Shirley Witkin won first prize in the examination sponsored by the Biology Club. We had lack Garrity with us then-a happy, carefree lad. VVe remember lack with his most characteristic expression-a smile. As we look back at our 'gsophv year at Hillhouse, we have recollections of days happily spent. But let us not dwell too much upon the past. Our main reason for enjoying ourselves as sophomores at Hillhouse is that here definite plans were begun for our future as individuals, and our responsibilities as citizens of the "brave new world." Lois Corcoran 67 1 1' " V 1 ' jf! X 4 1 ,I ' A ' I 'ai 4? A ,l 1' P gt? I 'r f f Cv r ' f V balloting had ended, the TUNIQR HISTORY jubilant over the extended vacation granted by the "polio,' epidemic in Greater New Haven, the new junior class soon found itself, on September 20, 1943, in the midst of an accelerated course. On the very first day, to everyoneis surprise, home work assignments were given out, yet before very long, each student had become accustomed to the extra lessons, and the year began in earnest. Foremost among the activities of the first few weeks was the choosing of representatives for the junior Executive Board. The word c'Executive" sounded quite advanced after our having been able to elect only "Advisers" for the past two years! After victors emerged as fifteen boys and ten girls At their first meeting, they selected George Lee as president, john Thompson, vice-presi- dent, Ohve Daley, secretary, and john Garrity, treasurer. Almost immediately, the high school athletic teams stepped into the lime- light. Particularly remarkable was the contribution of the juniors to the football squad. Besides four "first-stringers," Leonard F asano, Levi jackson, john Thomp- son, and Paul Wasseth, our class could boast of eighteen other juniors on the team. The value of their contribution was witnessed at the annual Thanksgiving Day contest with West Haven High, during which the latter was trounced fifty-two to six-every single point being scored by either Levi jackson or Paul Wasseth. Later in the year it was proclaimed that Leonard F asano and Levi jackson had been placed on the first team in the All-State Selection, and that Paul Wasseth had been given honorable mention. Quite an achievement for juniors! Other teams in action at this time were track, basketball, soccer, and hockey. Trackmen like Gerald Cuddy, Hugh Kennedy, Kurt Marschall, William Roche, and Robert Stock were among the mainstays of their team. Levi jackson won the state championship in discus throwing as well as the district championship in the 100-yard dash. Charles Whelan and Levi, both of whom received honorable men- tion in the All-Tournament Selection, did exceedingly well for the -"hoopsters,n and such juniors as john Schleicher helped the soccer souad along. To add to the laurels of our class, Edward Panczak and Robert Bead excelled under the ice- banners of Hillhouse. Although, to be sure, we had contributed much to the war effort previously, we now made up our minds to do a great deal more. The Fourth War Loan Drive. of which Leila Berman was student chairman, took 'place in February and ended with the school buying a P51 Mustang. Perhaps the session room contributing most in all New England was Room 31 with boys of the III S13 and III A3 divisions. under the able influence of Miss Olive Doherty, purchasing over 310,000 worth of bonds and stamps. At the end of the vear, our class was able to join with the others in also buying a Navy Corsair fighter for the South Pacific theatre of war. Besides purchasing bonds and stamps, our class also saw Mr. Frank Spinney of the faculty, and more than one hundred Hillhouse boys enter the Armed Forces. During the entire year, the girls' sports teams had been active. and nine juniors, Ruth Burns, Phyllis Clough. Tudith Cohen, Ann Etzel, Patricia Fox, Dorothy Kohler, Suzanne Lapides, Hildegarde Ruchkin, and Christine Verheyen, received letters: twenty-five other girls won their class numerals. Elections! Examinations! Prizes! The issuing of the Gleam and Elm Tree! Such were the events that took up the student interest in the last few months. Of most classwide interest was the electing of our oflicers. After nominations for thirty-three candidates had been approved, each junior was allowed to select his favorites among the nominees. When the semi-finals had eliminated all but the three major candidates for each office, the deciding election took place. The new president was john Thompson, the vice-president, Robert Read, the secretary, 68 Olive Daley, the treasurer, Ira Hubbell, the editor-in-chief of the class book, Richard Kennedy, and the business manager of that publication, John Garrity. Of these, the last garnered the largest margin, 212 votes. On April 20, at the sumptuous nineteenth annual banquet in the Hotel Taft, the entire new staff of the Sentinel was announced: Lindsley Clark and William Murphy, co-editors-in-chief, Ianet Cochrane, Patricia Crosby, Alan Gans, Fred- erick Kurzweil, George Weinstein, and Richard Vieth, statl assistants, Ioyce Bain- ton, Lowell Bellin, Ioan Bowe, Nancy Callinan, Iohn Cuddy, Marie Del Greco, Donald Hammonds, Bart Hague, Patricia Hughes, Donald Kelo, Suzanne Lapides, George Lee, Duane MacFar1and, Raymond Rho, Ianice Romberg, and Paul Zorn, associates. Luigi Parrella and John Shanley were named staff photographers. The new business manager was proclaimed as George Montano, and his assistants were named as Rita Coiro, Evelyn Colleran, Ann Etzel, Edward Kennedy, Richard Kennedy, Rudolph Rocco, and Vivian Savakis. The Gleam likewise announced a new staff. Daniel I-Ioward, Thomas Kaveney, and Margaret O,Neil were given the posts of editor-in-chief, associate editor, and assistant editor, respectively, Charles Stokesbury was appointed the business manager. Also at this time, the play production classes presented The Loncloindewy Air, with Joyce Bainton, Alfred Gendernalik, and Donald Sisson in the principal roles. Earlier in the year the York Square Players, with Rita Cohen as leading lady, had given Thornton Wilderis The Happy Journey. The fourth marking period terminated at the end of April, and honors were earned by sixty-five of our class, the largest number during the year. Three other athletic groups, the tennis, swimming, and baseball teams, also had commenced their activities by this time. On the courts, Donald Hammonds and Robert Vogel swung their rackets with great skill, while the Hillhouse mer- man, I-Iarry Lockery, gained the State Diving Championship for the school. Robert Read, Levi Iackson, and Paul VVasseth batted, pitched, and ran through a likewise excellent season for the baseball team. At length the final assembly of the year arrived, and with it awards for some of the most deserving members of the junior class. As usual the orchestra, which included, incidentally, a goodly number of juniors, among them Lowell Bellin, George Levy, and Bernard Kuklinsky, played under the capable direction of Mrs. Wakeman, and the junior chorus assisted. First on the long list of honors came the awards of the English department. Paul Zorn was presented with the iirst prize in the Epsilon Nu Sigma Prize Examination, and Robert Calhoun, Leonard Green- berg, Dorris McNamara, Ianice Romberg, and Lester Smith won honorable men- tion. Prizes for the Intersorority Examination in English were awarded to Ioyce Bainton and Patricia Crosby in the Academic Course and Beverly Anderson, Faith Augur, and Dorothy Terrace in the Social and Technical Arts Courses, Marilyn Shepherd and Elaine Straka won honorable mention. The Gleam presented Phi Beta prizes to Alice Harten for her art, to Barbara Starkweather and Minerva Botfin for their poetry, and to Bernard Kuklinsky for his ushavingl' essay. The Ralph Della Silva Prize for public speaking was won by Daniel Howard, and an honorable mention in the city-wide Fire Prevention Essay Contest went to Lor- raine Schnur. Nancy Cabot received the medal of the National Society of Colonial Daughters for an essay, Ioyce Bainton, Leila Berman, and Dorothy Terrace re- ceived certificates of merit. Joyce Bainton and Barbara Leemann won fourth and iifth places, respectively, in the League of Nations Competitive Examination. The Iohn Broker Prize for mathematics was given to Lindsley Clark, the second place in the Connecticut State Latin Contest to Seymour Adil. The Delta Sigma Kappa Prize for excellence in physics went to Ioseph Scarpellino and Harold Brooks, Ir., with honorable mention to Michael F ezza and Robert Pratt. George McNeil was then presented the Citizenship Award of the Sons of the American Revolution. The end of the program linally came with Mr. Countryman's awarding .Iohn Cuddy the prize of the Harvard Club of Connecticut. The year had ended, and most were proud of what they had done. Yet before us lay our last and most important year in high school and, after that, our life in a tumultuous world. WVith eagerness, we awaited our future. . Iohn Cuddy 69 tqaxass , A A lt ENICR HISTORY Xb ' X ri 1" , . X I -E 2,f"1n ' 3- - c C 'c X 1' - 1 ' 1 - , xv-H111 - ' . '- ' 'x 6 . . C 1 ly ilk' . X , 5 1 c 2 ,D if U . .. . C 1 i il X xl X f l' September 7 1944 This was the first day of N it X school after a two months vacation from homework. There was something different about this day. It was more than just '1 first day of school, it was the beginning of the end the end of our school life in X some cases but it least the end of carefree meetings , .L 1n the caf of rooting for the team. It was the be- . ,I i ginning of our life as adults, who would take their ..., p - -5 5. places in community life. As seniors in Hillhouse 3 we were preparing to face the future in the capacity 3 where we could best serve. -:dE'il+T'a Two teachers who had been members of the Hillhouse faculty for many years had retired since the close of school in June. They were Miss Minerva Eberly, a teacher in the English department for twenty years, and Mr. I-Iarry VVakeman, a Technical Arts instructor for thirty-five years. lust as we were settling down to routine, a hurricane swept into New Haven and out again with such force that extensive damage was caused. The date of the storm, one we shall not soon forget, was September 14. The hurricane gave us our Hrst vacation of the year, since we were unable to reach school the next day. About this time we were preparing for the football season. We were buying our banners, trying out our cheers, and preparing for a knockout season, and, oh, yes, the team was also practicing. The first football game of the season was played on September 23 against New London Bulkeley. Our complacency was jolted when Hillhouse lost the game. To make the beginning even worse, we saw two of the popular players, Levi Iackson and Paul Wassetli, injured. This game, however, was only the team,s first attempt, and our eleven gained victories over every other opponent. On October 10, I-Iillhouse lapsed into a grief-stricken silence when it learned of the death of popular jack Garrity, business manager of the Elm Tree. jack was like a bright spark to the school, giving added encouragement with his smile. Per- haps his chief influence was his determination, which set an example to the school, for lack, even with his own deep love of sports, had to iight hard to win his place on the regular football team. The spirit of the boy couldnit be defeated, even in the face of difficulties. Iack's memory will always be an inspiration, not only to this class, but to all future classes. While we were very proud that Hillhouse was again the scene of the State Teachers, Convention, it did not make us less happy to have a vacation. Conven- tion meetings were held in different rooms of the school, while displays of books, electrical supplies, films, and dictaphones were on View in the cafeteria. Some students acted as guides for the visiting teachers, and a few helped with the dis ala fs. 1 Alter an absence of two years, Parents' Nights were resumed on November 8. A special invitation was forwarded to parents of failing pupils, but all others were invited to get acquainted with I-Iillhouse and its teachers, and to be convinced that Tohnny and Susie weren't being overworked. In 1944, The Sentinel celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary with a mammoth ten-page issue. Past editors, advisers, famous celebrities interviewed by reporters, and milestones in the history of the paper were recalled. Social direction programs were begun in November. Students discussed perti- nent problems and suggested remedies. During one of these meetings, students voted to observe V-E day, when it arrives, by prayer and solemn thanks. 70 Girls were preparing for winter sports in late November. They could learn to cut figure eights on the ice and enjoy UQ a good spill now and then, or they could join bowling classes, or they might even become budding mermaids. Perhaps there were a few aching muscles, but what were they compared to physical fitness? A beautiful and timely hymn was composed in honor of Hillhouse. With words by Miss Alice-Esther Garvin and music by Mr. Stephen Wilton, the impressive H illhouse H ymn is a Hue tribute to the high school. Hillhouse students rallied to the cause again, when, during the Sixth War Loan Drive, they raised 325,000 in war bonds and stamps. With this amount a Navy scout trainer was purchased in the name of Hillhouse. After this drive was closed, a new goal was set before the school, the attainment of a Minute-Man Flag, which was first gained as a result of january sales. Hillhouse also pledged to buy one Weasel a month. The Christmas holiday was not very merry for some of us. Those who had relatives fighting on the western front were discouraged by the War news from that area. The Nazis had, with a desperate attack, pushed the Allied forces back into Belgium. The battle was long, and the victor remained doubtful, until Enally the Nazis, under Allied pressure, retreated to German soil. During the winter we practically cheered ourselves hoarse, urging on the basketball team one night, watching the feats of the swimming team another night, and viewing the exciting moments in hockey games. The basketball team became New England Champions after winning a tough game from Adams, Massachusetts. From Bishopshalt School in Uxbridge, England, a transcribed broadcast was heard. The school had previously sent to Hillhouse a scrapbook, containing inter- esting features of their school life, and detailed pictures. Hillhouse students had also sent a scrapbook to the English students. The program made by the English students enabled us to hear for the first time the voices of our "pen pals." We had been hoping ever since the American invasion of the Paciic Islands, that the Philippines would be recaptured. On january 8, 1945 our hopes material- ized when Luzon was invaded. This was the greatest blow to the Iapanese thus far. By February 16, Manila was once more in American hands. Soon after the old battleship Texas along with 2,000 other ships led the invasion of Iwo Jima. Marines, landed on this island on February 18, engaged in their toughest battle in history. With the reconquering of the Pacific outposts, we remember General MacArthur,s fateful words, "I shall return." With the coming of December, King Winter had swept down upon us with all the cold Winds he could muster. Even though we put on heavy winter coats, We shivered in the bleak mornings, Wondering whether we weren't enduring too much for the sake of education. But at last the snow melted, and spring approached. With it came prize examinations, college entrance and hospital examinations, aptitude tests, and preparations for graduation. In March the competition for graduation speakers was begun. From the many fine candidates who participated, six finalists were chosen, Ioyce Bainton, Lowell Bellin, Minerva Boilin, Patricia Crosby, Lester Smith, and Richard Vieth. On April 12 our class mourned with the nation over the death of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. As our school life at Hillhouse nears the end, we cannot tell what the future holds in store for us. Many of our class will enter the armed forces, as part of the class of 1945 has already done. Others will go to college, into nursing, or into business. But whatever we may do, Wherever we may go, let us face the world with determination and steadfastness of purpose. Hillhouse has prepared us to face the future. Let us take up the challenge. V Marie Del Greco 71 t Q 1 , , TARS, IN 1965 ,MM ,. . , , X Fi Splashl Our pebble of time falls into the Well ,-X X , "A' ' V of Wisdom, gnaking rippling circles in the dark, ' 53 g assyw water elow. As we lean over and gaze hope- ! f fully for this consultant, to whom we have come in 7, , f X el: the year of 1965, to reveal the feats of our Hillhouse W is E . N icllassnilages of ilflfli, stars, hundreds of them, are re- .lwikpg ! Ji bectec lil? tie c .gli aboxe. Slowly, each star I It W ccomes Iggel an rig iter. s tiey law nearer, uh.,-,i f we can detect old, fa1n1l1a1 faces. " 1 f I ,ml First, that old smile of Bobby Reads, now -mill., F ,jmgM,p,,l lim, 1 hockey coach at Dartmouth, catches our eye, while 'Rfi 'fr X"li'-Mzf H nearby another star reveals our old friend, Al Falcone, his able assistant. Next, the faces of three charming, successful business women gleam before us, the founders of Daley, Sullivan and O'Neil,s Exclusive Store for Women in New York, which has as its head fashion designer, Polly Peck, and its interior decorator, Suzanne Mcliiernan. ' But just what will this brilliant star disclose? lrVhy, theres Mayor Ted Kennedy of New Haven giving a speech at the dedication of a new ball park for Hillhouse in memory of .lack Carrity. He is accompanied by three of his aldermen: George Eames, Billy MacDaniels, and Tommy Nolan. Also present are Senator Iack Thompson of Connecticut, Lawyer Levi jackson of New York, Coach Paul Wasseth of Yale, Father Charles VVhelan of St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York, Postmaster Cerry MacGuire of New Haven, Coach Lenny F asano of Fordham, President Paul Anderson of the New York, New Haven, and Hartford Helicopter Line, and Principal Kurt Marschall of Hillhouse High School. Then we see Governor Lindsley Clark of Connecticut and Representative Joyce Bainton campaigning for the coming election. Both have done much to add to the fame of Connecticut's women politicians. Seen diving from the highest springboard with the greatest of ease at Hugo and Kerr's "YfVater Follies of 1965, is Harry Lockery, Yale graduate and now div- ing champion of the world. Also presented in this show are Pete Halpin, Dick Pite, and Ray Rho, all former Hillhouse mermen. From the haunts of Broadway a star appears revealing the well-known face of playwright Ice Shakespeare, his latest being "As You Hate Itf starring the one and only 'iou la la" boy of the century, Lester Smith Cthrilling millions more than Frank Sinatra did in 1944j. Lew Scarpa is stage manager, and Gordon Bilides, lighting director. Looking more closely into our Well of Wisdom we find Bill Murphy, editor of the New York Times, greeting two famous celebrities, Alan Gans, world-wide correspondent, and Ambassador George Lee, just back from a trip to China. Life photographer Luigi Parrella and Look photographer lack Shanley are on hand to snap pictures of the new arrivals as they step from a huge air liner, followed by Air Hostess Carol Ruggiero and Pilot Ira Hubbell. Next, from a bright star, we see in the musical world, Fred Kurzweil, famous violinist, conducting the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Dot Garrity's million dollar lingers rippling over the keyboard of her piano in Larry Hubbard's All-Girl Orchestra, and Ianice Mahan, singing "Carmen" in the Metropolitan Opera. From the Moonlight Roof of Sheldon lnkster's new hotel in New York we End Duane MacFarland playing his way to fame with his popular dance band which features George Cohen, sensational trombone player, and Bernard Kuklinsky, famous for his own composition, "Clarinet Rhapsody." With paint brush in hand appears Alice Anne Harten, illustrator of childreifs books. Her latest one was written by Elaine Straka and published by the Schaefer, Kamin, and Levine Publishing Company. Standing before a large class of art 72 students at their dear old Alma Mater are Ed Kuziel and Indy Cohen, newly appointed art teachers. Next we catch sight of a bright star which discloses the face of artist Carolyn Beattie, well-known for her two paintings which hang in the Huntington Library in San Marino, California. More stars twinkle before us, and we see from the colleges and universities of the country Seymour Adil, Latin professor at Harvard, Patricia Crosby, chair- man of the English department at Connecticut College for Women, John Cuddy, assistant professor in journalism at Columbia, Barbara Nami, associate Spanish professor at Wellesley, Robert Pratt, chairman of the physics department at Yale, Rhoda Rochelle, German professor at Pembroke, Dick Vieth, English pro- fessor at Princeton. VVhat are these twin stars which are reflected in the Well? Why, there are Ioan Bowe and Nancy Callinan, editors of Mademoiselle, sitting in their spacious oiiices in New York, interviewing two fashion experts, Ruth Healey and Shirley Ruderman. Spying on the entertainment xstari' we a1'e thrilled by the wonderful per- formance of Georgia Peters and Christine Verheyen, sweethearts of Panczak and F enton's "Ice Reviews of 1965.3 Pulling a chicken out of a deck of cards is John Boshea, still showing his magical powers in a riotous show called "N o Rabbit, Old Habitf, Toe dancing with a well-known ballet company is Nanette Lev, the famous ballerina. But why this quivering star? Surely, it trembles from the volume of sound issuing from the microphone on the stage of a large studio where Dan Howard, president of the International Broadcasting and Television Company, is giving a speech on the 15th anniversary of the television department. Near by we see Tom Kaveney and Larry Manoni, news commentators, and Isadore Chetrick, a sports announcer. Starring in a very popular radio-television program entitled "Fun for All" and seen by millions in their homes every week, are -Iessie Anderson, Ellyn Bradford, .Ioan Flanagan, Dodie Heath, Ioyce Miller, and Iean VVed1nore5 also Ed Bartley, Ray Donahue, Austin I-Iealy, I-Iugh Kennedy, Billy Roche, and Art Wallack. Lamenting the trials and tribulations of "Di: Brent's Three Nurses" are Esther Chasid, Dorris McNamara, lean Riello, and George McNeil whose serial is dear to the hearts of millions of housewives. Then from our Well of Wisdom appears Chuck Hansen, master of ceremonies on a weekly radio forum entitled The YVOrlcl-lVifle Ptoimcl Table, whose guests on this week's program are Lowell Bellin, famous archaeologist just back from nine years' work in Syria, and Donald Heywood, author of "Come with the VVind,', the book of the year. Then from our Well a bright star brings us the faces of Minerva Boffin, newly- elected president of the National Red Cross Council of America, and Barbara Nolan, newly-elected vice-president. From another star appears Suzanne Lapides, president of the National Council of Girl Scouts of America, addressing a large group of Scout leaders at a conference in Sydney, Australia. From the next star emerge the faces of George Montano, president of the National Insurance Company of Boston, and Harvey Lapides, president of Lapides and Williams Insurance Company of Baltimore. As more stars float into view, we End Ioan Cunningham and Rita Coiro, associate editors of a popular women's magazine, Ruth Savitt and Elvera Ambagis on the staff of The Saturclay Evening Post. Then three stars sparkle from the gym at I-Iillhouse where Pat Fox, Phyllis Clough, and Ann Etzel, gym teachers, are refereeing a game of basketball. Another star? Oh, yes, itis Dick Kennedy, president of the Kennedy, Geiger, and Matthesen's Plastic Company in Chicago, trying out his marvelous new in- vention of flexible plastic shoes. Now as we look into our Well of Wisdom, we strain our eyes to catch the last glimpses of those familiar faces, of long ago. We must admit our classmates cer- tainly "faced the future" and achieved great goals. Slowly, the stars fade and fade. At last there is nothing but the dark, glassy water below. For a minute our hearts long to be back i11 the old halls of Hillhouse where we all had so much fun to- gether. It would be wonderful, wouldn't it? n Marilyn Shepherd 73 IN MEM ORIAM In ond memory ue, the dass of 1945, our beloved classmate, ROSE'VIARIE McKIERNAN, who dled on December 22 1944 before the completzon of her senlor year y wish to pay tribute to 9 9 CATPIEHINE AEEATE qu E A crKa!l:f 203 Spring Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Junior Red Cross 115: Tri-Y 115: Chorus 13, 45. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Movies. PHYLLIS ELAINE ABRAMS "Phyl" 53 Judwin Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Junior Bed Cross Representative 13, 45: Chorus 135: "Sentinel" Business Board 13, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Music. ANNETTE Miuxuz ADAMO 41: Q "Nettiev 84 Prince Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Basketball 125: Chorus 125. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and reading. ALYCE ALEXANDRA AKOWCHEK CID E UAF, 32 North Hill Road, North Haven, Entered from North Haven Center School. Activities: President of Tri-Y 115: Ice Skating Club 125: "Elm Tree" Art Board 145: Motion Picture Club 145. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and dancing. ANNA PATRICIA AINIAHANTE "Annabelle, 211 Dover Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Photography Club 145, Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming and bowling. 1 sf is . .. - ...' I N E " . . . H Q , ' II E ME vs ur .. . . 5 H . ...vi V2-'X' I fe E . M. .,.,. , I . . i it si vi " 'M E M E . .55 II I., ...II II II ,, ,. gsI e E E Q -A 12' Is II . II . .-:.,..r" 'I I Iif 'H 515255. we E E " I ..::. :.. E is is 'I " -. is 3 '- N. ar Egg' M fic Xe.-i usb ELVERA MAELE AMBAGIS cb E A CKAmbe93 80 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery 125: Ice Skating 125: Field Hockey 135: Tennis 135: Chorus 13, 45: Senior Executive Board Alternate 145: Junior Red Cross Council 1453 Sym- phonettes 145. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Music and writing letters. CAROLINE FRANCES ANASTASIO "Carol" 617 Russell Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross 125. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. NIADELYN ROSEMARY ANASTASIO ffMadge,, 1679 Boulevard. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: World Affairs Club 125: Italian Club 135: Girl Reserves 18, 45: York Square Players 145. Future: Kindergarten Teacher. I-lobby: Swimming and tennis. BEVERLY IRENE ANDERSON nBeun 139 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1921. Prize winner in Intersorority English Examination 135. Future: College. Hobby: Sketching. P ws' 5 Jessns lVlATILA ANDERSON , - . :Lg .. Ania T5 Indian Hili Road, Orange. Entered from Orange iter School. itytivi- ties: Red Cr ProduIgtionILI29lii'b 125: Tennis gi urnament-.QC : Bowling T r.. ent 12, 35: retary of A . graphy Cgjub 145: Pep Club C niitteeff 45. nFuture: College. Hobbyifgibtograplly and clubs. YOLANDA ANNUNZIATA ayon 21 Dwight Street. Entered' from Columbus. Activities: Junior Red Cross 1213 Bowling 131. Future: Business College. Hobby: Reading. PI-IYLLIS ANTONEI.LI "Phyl" 109 Hillside Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Volley Ball 131: French Club 141: Basketball 141. Future: New Haven Teachers College. Hobby: Sports. ANNE APICISLLA ccNanar 237 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming, basketball, and volley ball. Donrs Anorsicv "Data 137 Hillside Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: jewish Hi-Y 131: Volley Ball 131: President of Jewish Hi-Y 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing- FAITH ARLINE AUGUL1 1260 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: English Prize 131: Chorus 13, 419 Ping Pong Tournament 13, 415 Sllilflish Club 1413 York Square Players 141- FU' ture: Albertus MEIQSHUS COHGEG- Hobby: Swimming. 7 ,fix HD ' GLORIA MARJE BAGNANO "Butch" 468 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Commercial. Activities: S.A.B. Alternate 121. Future: Interior Deco- rating. Hobby: Dancing. Amity Road, o cl . Entered from W'ootlbti e C e chool. Ac- tivities: Prize init ins ire Preven- Jorcn B N1-o K , tion Essay nte t 1 Chorus 11, - Q .SQ 31: Prize wi atin Contest 121: "S e 12, S, 413 Chess Club 1 P i , mer in English Contes rize winner in League of ns gb test 131: Prize winner in Colonia1 ifughters of the American Revolution Contest 1313 York Square Players 13, 41: German Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Bicycling and singing. ELSIE MAHIE BARTOLUCCI .fElS,, 60 Carlisle Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Italian Club 1315 Chorus 1415 Girl Reserves 141: Sym- phonettes 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing and collecting records. ANN MARIE BASSERMAN :Ib A E 1281 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillhouse 1910. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. CAROLYN JANE BEATTIE A A Ridgeview Place, Cheshire. En- tered from Humiston School. Mother: Hillhouse 1916. Activities: Rifle Club 1115 "Gleam" Art Board 121: Asst. Editor of "Gleam" Art Board 131: Swimming Team 131: Junior Execu- tive Board 131: "Elm Tree" Art Board 1415 Editor of "G1eam,' Art Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. PETER JOSEP1-1 ACAMPOEA G3 Chamberlain Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Mechanic. Entered United States Array. ' SEYAIOUR ABRAHAM Ann. useyv 41 Vernon Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Second place in State Latin Contest KSJ. Future: College. Hobby: Basketball. FRED APILBEHG ' 584 Middletown Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Iunior Red Cross QQ., 47: Junior Executive Board KBJ. Future: Antique Dealer. Hobby: Horseback riding. JOSEPH DoM1N1c ALFONE .elven 224 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming and sailing. FRANCIS NIICI-IAEL ALTOMAEE "Fran kia" 764 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports and music. is -W new -.W me , if is Ht news is Hag? I Em" n Klwsmn su me E E iz-,xi ies as E EEE me um me w i S '77 is K LEO Emo AIVIBROSINI ulleev 110 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Prince. Activities: NVorld Affairs Club C2J. Future: Iunior College of Commerce. Hobby: Dancing. SALVATOIIE HARRY ABIENDOLA .fsalv 127 Clay Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Scouting. GEORGE ANDERSON "Big Yorgi' 28 Bailey Streetl Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Varsity Hockey QS, 42: Assistant Art Editor of "Elm Tree" C4J. Future: Window Display. Hobby: Ice hockey. HAROLD FRANCIS ANDERSON "Sweden 55 East Pearl Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C225 Iunior Executive Board QSQ, Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. PAUL SIGFRIED ANDERSON, IE. A I E "Swede" 274 Howard Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Band Cl, 215 Chess Club 11, 273 Varsity Basketball CS, 4Jg Business. Manager of "Elm Tree" f4J. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. MARION BEGG -:Im E "Red" 602 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Symphonettes 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Skating. BENEE EMILY BELEHRAD HRW., 593 Central Avenue. Entered from Carrick High School, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. L, NW 5 SL mg SYLVIA NIAE BENJALIIN 2 A Q3 "Benjie" 16 Charles Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Bicycling, reading, and bowling. LEILA JEAN BERMAN nLeev 49 Gilbert Avenue. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1921. Ae- tivities: Chorus 12, 41: Motion Pic- ture Club 12, 3, 41: Volley Ball Team 131: Chairman of War Bond Committee 18, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: Basketball Team 13, 41: German Club 141: Badminton Team 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sewing. JOAN CQRETCHEN BERNSTEIN if A CIP "Budsie" 344 VVillow Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 1215 Swimming Team 12, 31: Junior Ex- ecutive Board Alternate 181: Spanish Club 14'1. Future: Boston University. Hobby: Swimming. mm- me as u Enermax: Hmmm sis ii 2 : df mme... - -:Evita ,:.:7 -- - M 5 M ..,., -rf 1 ::5:i::-vi.E':iS:5-'f:--2' . .. ' 25.5 :E 1 E QSM was-f .. . sl fiifiliiiiiffi is .EEE :E: - Lf :H- ur-5 rs use vigil asses: ws., H 'adam me me use-fr rs un rs u rf. m vm ss M RW rn 3 rf ., . F ,., . . , ' J'-x "'::. - : ' f -- we r H W T u ,. s M I, as me pw.. rs ::E:E:E:E:E:E::.Er: Xi B slag use -T 'sm e2ss.::....E:xff: 'I DEH EE 3 BQ E wma-Q me M5255 me--is-ea we -i2u?uQ.mussu gum uumwuawws . rs gzumuuu Salam-an uma' B . rr -WSE 'S' Ms-. 1 rs u aug-:uw u is 5? ug! is E seg? arg WH E' mr ...EM -ui-am! sn.: is-Qing: imma' EE ew wg -Bus ug gnu rs mfr: Ei rs rs argue as-5 gm: 78 K Me, me as rs us we af- it it -rf. impu- annum: Emi guinea- Sn!-'xsane usugguuu is :fm FLORENCE ANNE BLAKE up-lov 30 Grace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. MINEBVA NOEL BOFFLN B T- "Miniver" 440 Yale Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 121: President of Junior Red Cross Council 1215 Archery 12, 3, 41: Junior Red Cross 13, 415 Spanish Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sewing. BIQANCHE ELIZABETH BooUNuscKr "Butch', 7 Palmieri Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Stone College. Hobby: Movies. EVELYN JEAN BOMBACE ffEUei: 175 Chestnut Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus 1113 Pep Club 131. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing and bowling. VIOLET BONADIES cevian 61 Anthony Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 121. Future: Business College. Hobby: Roller skating. JEROME VxNcEN'r ANTONELLI 711 Woodward Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Dmftsman. Entered United States Navy. ANTHONY ANTONUCCI 215 Greene Street. Entered from Columbus. Entered United States Army. ALFRED ROBERT ANYZESKI uF1'8l.'lCl'i8v 43 Pardee Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross CBJ: Innior Executive Board CSD. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Music. Entered United States Navy. FRED ALFRED APICELLI 576 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Mechanic. Entered United States Army. ROBERT SAINIUEL ARCHIBALD ARCH, 9,8 Webster Street. Entered from Troup. Left before graduation. if , 'Qw- : Ji - 'W K . r '! 1 Af' . Z x i ,.,,. . -- - ' ,- 3 L- -I :' f . -Q - 2 .I. A 5-. -ri? 'V' , :" -Q '.i 4 fi A .1' '.fl:,5-:::,:f':1 " , z "" 1-:ia I 'W ily: L " '5k'fG'?if'f'i"5" f"i"R7' ' C' f' W V- it are E we J' , ' ' ,sf -- 2 re: 5' A - ' Es 55:2 H , 1. '51 was E E i . . - Y -J . 'fi . . "W" . W Q ',Z,.. ':': M f i w7"""" L V" 2' H . A - Q.: A .. Q ' "X" 1:1 ' if if 1.5 1 K, ' f z3g:ff+gg5gZ.g5rg1gagsQ if -, 'Y ...wr ' .-HL. at " ..:,..,.:g '-if ' .eg z ':::t:f:'w,Q::.s3a'-ri-:Gia . V- . . fa at , W-at EY E Mm an ' 79 ALAN PETER BAILEY I' A xlr "Pete', 105 Laurel Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Activities: Spanish Club 1415 Swim- ming Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. EDXVABD SYLVESTER BAKER "Bake" 54 Dickennan Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. I-lobby: Woodwork. GERALD EUGENE BARBARESI ' ffjewys, 181 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. EDWARD I'1AROLD BARNETT 34 Houston Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club f4J. Entered United States Navy. 1 I .,- IO1-IN THOR-rAs BARRETT ayidv 39 Houston Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Track f2l. Future: Professional Photography. Hobby: Photography. ' J 401 REYNA l.VlAE BOTYVINIK H E H "Rcynbo" 545 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Basketball Team C215 Spanish Club C41. Fu-' ture: College. Hobby: Music, horse- back riding, and sports. JOAN CA'r1-nz1nNE Bowls "Jumbo" 318 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillliouse 1914. Ac- tivities: Chorus C21g Junior Execu- tive Board C315 York Square Players CS, 41: "Sentinel', Editorial Board CS, 41. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Swimming. NIABIE ELIZABETH Bowiznx' ffBetty,, 170 Lloyd Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Boller skating. ELLYN ELIZABETH BRADFORD K M E 57 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. C213 Junior Red Cross Council C2, 313 Spanish Club C415 Senior Executive Board C415 Class Prom Committee C41g Memorial Plaque Committee C41. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing. Io QNN BRAIVIANTE t . ini' Commercial. Activities: mming CS1. Future: College. I bby: Sports and sketching. 36 erty Street. Entered from uw KEQQ is fra Milf W 19 Cora Street. Entere V - lumbus. Activities: Swin fu y 3 Archery C31. Future: Hai ser and cosmetician. Hobby: Swim in g, boat- ing, and fishing. MADEL' E C' x Co C31 ELDA BRENNAN .fRed,, 53 Gilbert Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: President of M0- tion Picture Club C21g Chorus C2, 8, 414 Secretary of Motion Picture Club C315 German Club CS, 41: Class Gift Committee C 41: Motion Picture Club C41. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. lN4ARIO1llE .IOANNE BRENNER K M 2 .K N1-ariyn 121 Fountain Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Skat- ing C8, 41: Chorus C415 Pep Club C41. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Skating and dancing. ROBERTA CORINNE Bnooics ::BeVtn 16 Summit Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: X-Ray Techni- cian. Hobby: Photography. V RUTI-LE I'IELEN BROOKS 116 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Edward E. Scales High School, Methuen, Massachusetts. Activities: Skating C414 "Elm Tree" Art Board C41. Future: Art School. Hobby: Art. 398 Prospect Street. Entered from EDVVARD IOSEPH BAm'LisY I' A YI' "Flea" 103 Rosette Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: I-Ioinerooin Teams 12, 31. Future: Duke Uni- versity. Hobby: Basketball. F1usDic1ucK ANTON BASSEIINIAN 531 "F1'ecldiev Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy. l-l1LNriY BAXVAHSKY M 11 231 aflflllku Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Movie Club 1315 Spanish Club 141. Future: Col- lege. Lowism. Bi5LL1N 548 Orange Street. Entered from East Hempstead School, New York. Activities: Orchestra 11, 2, 315 Chess Club 11, 313 Vice President of Chess Club 121: Honorable mention in Omega Delta English Examination 121: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 3, 41: York Square Players 1315 President of Orchestra 141: Manager of Chess Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Chess. Ions: BENZEL "jack" 259 VVillow Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Nova Vita Club 121: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Q 1 .fr-.var , fl .5 i in ai., . . ,fy -cur , :A E N .h,,,,3i - ,. , 'vi 4 """ . 3. '-.:-iei: " ' 214424. Q, N,-. J ..5xJ"'?M 554 ea Zilv' 'i'iT'i Z2ii.s1iiiE2.t....3nr:2:5 "-1 vw'- ,g-. I E H 81 SIDNEY EDWARD BERNSTEIN Q A ao. Din 265 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Central High School, Bridgeport. Activities: Chorus 141. Future: Radio Announcer. Hobby: Singing. JANIES CONO BERTINI A Q H "fini, S71 Congress Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Football 121: S.A.B. 121: Junior Red Cross 1215 Band 131: German Club 141. Fu- ture: Tufts College. Hobby: Sports. AIVIERIGO JOSEPH BICI-11 "Beak" West Haven. Future: Aviation Col- lege. Hobby: Study of aeroplanes. GORDON BILIDES 358 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: President of Hi-Y 1214 Swimming 12, 31: War Bond Slogan Contest 'Winner '1-31: York Square Players 13, 41: Manager of Swimming Team 141. Future: Yale School of Engineering. Hobby: Swim- ming. ARNOLD FRANCIS BILOTTA "Arnie" 261 Forbes Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 121: S.A.B. 121: Bowling 131. Fu- ture: Naval Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. CAROLINE STODDARD BROWN :cl-cayv 38 Avon Street. Entered from Webster. Activities: Junior Executive Board 131. Future: Library Work. Hobby: Music. MARY CROOKS BROWN L9 P "Brownie" 94 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus QS, 415 Junior Executive Board Altemate C314 Archery CSM Class Prom Committee f4l. Future: Cadet Nurse, Hobby: Roller skating. l'lELEN CATHERINE BURNS a110nn 112 Read Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Hairdresser. Hobby: Swimming. i., WINIFRED IOYCE BUTLER "Winnie" 297 Shemian Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis Tour- nament l4l. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Collecting cbanns and post- cards. NANCY ELINOR CABOT , :tNll1lf,, 260 Hemlock Road. Entered from Mary Burnham School. Activities: Prize winner in Colonial Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contest. Future: Department of Oriental Studies at Yale University. Hobby: Vifriting. X JANE CALL NA E, "N '71 J 1463 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Archery Toumament C255 York Square Players 13, 475 "Sentinel" Editorial Board C3, 415 Table Tennis Tournament f4j. Future: Nursing. NIARGUERITE JANE CABIBIABANO "Zllm'gie" 255 North Front Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 145. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Danc- ing. RITA CAJXIPBELL cp A E 297 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Spanish Club fill: Intersorority Coiulcil f4J. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Dancing. lVlARIE CAROLYN CAPORALE KD E A GCH7927 I 96 Clay Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Manager of Basket- ball Team f3Jg Field Hockey KBQ: Class Prom Committee UD: "Sen- tinel" Business Board 141: Chorus C433 Basketball Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. VIRGINIA ANN CAPORALE "Ginny" 65 Greene Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Swimming and roller skating. I'IARVEY DAVID BLETCHIVIAN 1650 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1918. Ac- tivities: Movie Club 131: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MAIKVIN DAVID BLUNIE Q A 261 Howard Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: World Aitairs Club 122: Chorus 1315 Band 142: Chorus 141. Future: University of Connecticut. BERNARD BLYNDER Q A "Cookie" ' 153 Willow Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Band 12, 3, 47: Orchestra 121: Motion Picture Club 131. Future: University of Con- necticut. Hobby: Music. Entered United States Navy. EDWARD JOSEPH BOIKIBALICKI ..Ed,, 154 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. JOHN FRANCIS BOSHEA A 2 K ' "Bosch" 601 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Basketball Mana- ger 13, 41: Varsity Football 141. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Magic. lan' M Sv La-its: 'avr' mt Em FREDERICK ADAMS BOYD, III "Fred" 325 Wintlirop Avenue. Entered from Eastwood I-Iigh School, Syra- cuse, New York. Future: College. Hobby: Hunting and baseball. IOI-IN IAINIES BOYLE "Kid,' 66 Howe Street, Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross 123. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Bowling and skating. FRANCIS JOSEPH BOZENTKA "Frank,' 14 Pearl Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. GLENN AARON BREXVER, IR. North Pease Road, NVoodhridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School, Future: College. Hobby: Scout work. DONALD NELSON BROCKE1-T aDo nv Bishop Street, North Haven. En- tered from North Haven Center School. Father: Hillhouse 1915. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1917. Activities: Motion Picture Club 133. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sailing. VIVIAN JULIA CARBONARA rtviusa 115 County Street. Entered from Fair Haven, Activities: Iunior Red Cross 122: Art Club 122: Italian Club 132: Archery 142. Future: Dancing School. Hobby: Dancing and music. KATHERINE MARIE CARLO CIP E A "Kathy" 437 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chonis 12, 3, 42: Senior Executive Board 142: Sym- plionettes 142. Future: Music School. Hobby: Singing. Yo LA N DA M ARY CARRILLO "Lonclie', 137 Blatcliley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: St. Ra- phael's Hospital. Hobby: Collecting poems. GERALDINE MAE CARSON "Genie" 262 Starr Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Ice skating and roller skating. Rosisixmnils lN'lARGARET CASELLA "Rosie" 249 VVest Park Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery Tournament 12, 3, 42: Iunior Red Cross Representative 132. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. um mi nm mmm: , f 1 .., .ss 1 A 2: 1: , P 1 -El -l:l' bb H .1 .1 1 11 1 P Wi A N W EB 1 1 A 5555 l SS 4 ,, 1 ,.. :ae W fri. . 1. -:smug w sgamma t' -3-f:'Qr-gMsg- .. is m a .B , 5- 5 Q ' 3 1 W seg-ig t ,rm f er- . - . ....:.: is ..,. T. 1 is Q. X mn MAIIIOIIIE ELIZABETH CASNEII ..Baby,, 43 Rowe Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 42: Syinplionettes 142. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling and dancing. IOHANNA CORRINE CAvA1.11s11 .709 I 126 Adeline Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 112: Hon- orable mention in Colonial Daughters Essay Contest 122: junior Red Cross Representative 12, 32: Archery 132: t'Gleam" Art Board 132: "Elm Tree" Art Board 142. Future: Pratt Insti- tute. Hobby: Ice skating and piano playing. ROSE CELENTANQ 31 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillliouse 1914. Activities: Bowling Tournament 122: Prize winner in Biology I 122, Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Music. j'os15Pr11NE C13n1x1'o1.A 1709 125 Clay Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Hairdresser: Hobby: Sports. J IM 1 I Esrnizn. I . sm H E H MESA 105 Beers Street. Enlercd from Troup. Activities: Archery 12, 423 Arclicry Tournameiit 132: Basketball 132: Spanish Club 142. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Horseback riding. FRANCIS BROCKETT 274 James Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. IVIARTIN BRODSKY "Brooklyn" 1 Sylvan Avenue. Entered from Ielferson High School, Brooklyn, New York. Activities: Junior Executive Board C31. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. RICHARD lYlATtK BROMBRRG tp B "Dick" 507 Sherman Parkway. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus C2, 3, 41: Homeroom Teams C215 Mo-. tion Picture Club CB, 41: Photog- raphy Club C3, 41. Futu1'e: Medical School. Hobby: Music. :HAROLD ALLEN BROOKS, IR. "St1'etch', Amity Road, Wfoodbridge. Entered from VVOodbridge Center School. Au- tivities: Junior Executive Board C314 Swimming Team C315 D.S.K. Prize in Physics CS1: Movie Club C41. Future: College. Hobby: Manual atts. JOHN FISKIQ BROXVN A A 2 142 Hobart Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chess Club C81g Junior Red Cross C31. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Model aeroplanes. 'VM' 'Q' .1 MARVIN BROWN Q A "Babe" 32 Hallock Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Band Cl, 2, 3, 415 Interfraternity Council CS, 41. Future: Study Electronics. Hobby: Photography and radio. 1'lARVEY BRUSHMAN 1544 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: Stamp Club Cl, 215 Motion Picture Club C81. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Stamp collecting. RICHARD ALLISON BUCKLAND "B11ck', Cheshire, Connecticut. Entered from Humiston School. Activities: Football C 21 . Future: College. Hobby: Sports. CHRISTOPHER GREGORY BUONOCORR "Chris" Maple Avenue, North Haven. En- tered from North Haven Center School. Activities: I-Ioekey C115 Base- ball Team C21g Football Team C2, S, 41g Class Motto Committee C41. Fu- ture: Holy Cross. Hobby: Sports. VVILLIAIXI l'IENRY BURLAND A I E "Bill" 823 Alden Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1915. Activities: Interfraternity Baseball C81. Future: Georgetown University. Hobby: Swimming. SHIRLEY MIRIAM C1-IAUSER 11: A 111 "Simi" 16 Derby Avenue. Entered from Troup . Activities: York Square Players 13, 42: "Sentinel" Business Board 1325 World Aifairs Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. V1v1AN MARGUERITE CI-1mN1TcH trvi-U u 35 Sherland Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Swimming 132, Ice Skating 132: Chorus 132. Future: Larson Junior College. Hobby: Ice skating and swimming. MAIJELYN MARY CICCOLALLO 145 Liberty Street. Entered from Prince. Future: State Teachers Col- lege. Hobby: Aeroplane models. MARY ANGELA CIVITELLO "Shortgf' 80 Shepard Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Archery Club 132. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Playing guitar. LINDSLEY CLARK A A "Boots,' Race Brook Road, WVoodbridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Father: Hillhouse 1922. Mother: Hillhouse 1922. Activities: S.A.B. 112: Bowling Toumament 1225 "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 32: Tennis Championship 12, 3, 42: Girls' Sports Council 12, 32: John Broker Mathematics Prize 1325 Basketball 1325 Intersorority Council 13, 42: Co-editor of "Sentinel,' 142. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis. N15 4 .JJ PI-IYLLIS I 4 igfdlzloucn GJ P ul ec . n 54 Applexll e Lane, North Haven. Enterefl fro Sheridan. Activities: Volleyfggjll Team 1 22j'1Bow1ing Tour- .11ax2e.Wg:22g Fielil eldikey Team 12, ' , f , aptuin o o ey Ball Team Q13 Girls' sp ts 1 9 eil 132: Inter- ix rority A Co cllli 323 Basketball Team 132 4t Q.. Vice President of In- tersorority Ciuncil 142: President of Girls' Sports 2Council 142. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Sports. GLORIA GERTRUDE COBELL "Cheriv 733 Whitney Avenue. Entered from Hollywood High School. F uturc: Undecided. MARY ELIZABETH COCCHIARO "Cach" 1025 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: .Roller skating. JANET THEHESE COCIHXANE :flange 734 George Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Art Club 1225 Movie Club 1325 York Square Players 13, 42: "Sentinel" 13, 425 Photog- raphy Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming and skating. JUDITH ANN COHEN 11 E H uchiflkn 102 Woodside Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Table Tennis Cham- pion 122g 'Prize winner in spelling contest 1225 Field Hockey Honorary Varsity 12, 323 "Gleam', Art Board 12, S25 Table Tennis Tournament 12, 3, 425 Girls' Sports Council 12, 8, 423 Tennis Tournament 13, 429 Spanish Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Art and sports. EDWARD THOIVLAS BUTLER ..Ed,, 260 Portsea Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Entered Armed Forces. A RICHARD AARON BYER Q A ..DiCk., 310 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Fatlier: I-Iillliouse 1916. Ac- tivities: Orchestra 11, 215 Band 12, 3, 415 XV-:irld Affairs Club 121: Spanish Club 141: lnterfraternily Council 141. Future: University of Pennsylvania. Hobby: Music. JOHN FRANCIS CALLA1-IAN .fcalv 151 Atwater Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Football 12, 3, 415 Vice President of Interfra- temity Council 141: Class Gift Com- mittee 141. Future: Duke University. Hobby: Football. LEo CAIVIERA cfLee:: 56 Perkins Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Band 12, 8, 41: Orchestra 131: Junior Executive Board 131. Future: College. Hobby: Music and reading. ROBERT VINCENT CANNING F A II' ..B0b,, 304 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: junior Ex- ecutive Board 131: Prom Committee 1415 Homeroom Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. it W E E H : ' .. ,, E if . H F .. Ft we mu u 5, su WL iii 15, 'F' X im:-Az mu .H img .. M um qu I, H,! Qwmes 'Z Hi E ir.. se -. is wi m use .EH Q Es. L mi isis. Fm Q ei time my H eu if-imma E' is M fre 125.5 H giuswggwa fist: Wt 2 Y uni . .g. as -x gg. u ami was u me new is u mum um M -W H "iw was umm mu u Emu u u is E mu um mix-X is um mu me its um -in -. -2 .H . gf BEE I un me R W 1 my 5 .. 'NW BSE ...iz- - it . .. . - Wi'-G it more mmm ' niet' get new mi xg, 5:95 mi REE ui-xi use mi it ur. .. Hat. M WERE gm .. sim kgs- L,K-uw.,.,-s- V..- fir Q u LW wwkiem -my maxima .- um mum: 3851.5 Bm!-in HF mu 3, u xx? Est? sw . um Bu an u ,mt 87 JOHN LEWIS CANNON zrBaZZSyv 220 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE FRED CANTORE "Cigna" 185 Rosette Street. Entered from Triunan. Future: Drafting. Hobby: Drafting. DAVID CAPLOVITZ A P 3 "Capp'ie,' 92 West Prospect Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chess Club 121: Motiont' Picture Club 1315 Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. HUGO MICHAEL CAPPIELLO "H-ughi' 125 Rosette Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Band 111. Future: College. Hobby: Radio. PASQUAL RICHARD CARANGELO ct-Patv 40 Lander Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. RITA LEE COHEN fflieev 131 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1913. Mother: Hillhouse 1920, Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Motion Picture Club 12, 41: Volley Ball 131: York Square Players 13, 413 Symphonettes 141. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Bowling. R1'rA DIANE Como 'cb E A "ReeT" 86 Perkins Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: "Sentinel" Business Board 131: Tri-Y 13, 41: Intersorority Council 13, 41: Adver- tising Manager of "Sentinel" 141: York Square Players 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and ice skating. ...swf ARGi RE .LEN Peggzf 7 B1 e t. 'ntered from Sl ril . ture: . g.' Hobb : 1 - . U 1 EVELYN FRANCES COLLEBAN AED., '76 Lawrence Street. Entered from Lovell. Activities: Secretary of Busi- ness Board of "Sentinel,' 131: Volley Ball Team 13, 41: Girl Reserves 13, 4.1: Motion Picture Club 13, 41: Basketball Team 141: Chorus 1415 Competition Manager of "Sentinel" Business Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming and archery. REGINA ABIANDACOERUN 12 140 Bqaco v e. En ered from fine ze!! xx Fair Hx'f:13Act15tioE: chery 19.3, . nioeg K ecutive B 141. Future: egfe. H ' by. . ainting and em- fnr' derv. " -Fir N! 0955 ROSEBUD Cooic aB'llflfly,, 270 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Motion Pic- ture Club 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Tennis and howling. px! . LOUISE COOPL "Sl ortie 239 Divwell rue. Entere rom Berkeley igh c ol. Futu 1: Nurs- il1 0lTl , : Danci an Jasketball. X x MILDRED Lois COHCORAN "Lois" 211 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Music and reading. GLORIA MARIE COSENZA I 66 Goodyear Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Archery Tourna- ment 121g junior Executive Board 131. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Ice skating. BARBARA JANE COXVLES "Bobby" Spring Street, Cheshire. Entered from Humiston School. Activities: Epsilon Nu Sigma Prize in English 111: Pep Cluh 131. Future: Art School. Hobby: Music and art. 1 rc RAYMOND CARBONI A 19 11 ..RaU,, 59 Liberty Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Italian Club 1115 Prize winner in Italian Prize Exami- nation 121: Senior Executive Board 141: York Square Players 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Swimming. ROBERT CARBONI "Bob" 13 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: WVor1d Affairs Club 121: Motion Picture Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Swimming. ROBERT JOSEPH CAREY ll A KI' ffl. PID 280 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Junior Red Cross 1313 Junior Executive Board 131. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. ROBERT RUSSELL CARON "Dutch" 32 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Ac- tivities: Red Cross 121: Basketball 1219 Senior Executive Board 141: Class Motto Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Horseback riding. JOSEPH CARPENTIERI Joie" 233 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Yale. Hobby: Boxing. 5. if n tee.: ANDREXV JOSEPH CARRANO "Hanky 258 Huntington Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. STEPHEN NICHOLAXS CASAPULLA "Cass" 644 Howard Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: Aeronautical Engi- neer. Hobby: Aviation. NIARVIN CASPER M 2 "Ni1my" 24 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse,1920. Ac- tivities: Chess Club 131: Red Cross 141: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Sports. RAYIXIOND MOWER CAss,'JR. ..Ray,. 90 Lake Place. Entered from Trenton Central High School. Activi- ties: Varsity Soccer 141: Hockey 1415 Tennis 141. Future: VVesleyan. Hobby: Sports. HAROLD CHASE "lrVluza" 66 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball 1215 Baseball 121: Varsity Soccer 141. Future: Columbia University. Hobby: Sports. ROSEMARY Lois CRAMER "Rosen 225 WVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Swimming Team 121: Field Hockey Team 12, 41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports and painting. PATRICIA ELLEN Cnosur upats, 124 Everit Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 41: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 31: Delegate to State Latin Contest 131: Winner of Junior Eng- lish Prize Examination 131: Secretary of Chess Club 131: York Square Players 13, 41: Basketball Team 13, 41: Competition Editor of "Sentinel,' 141: Secretary of Spanish Club 141. Future: Mount Holyoke College. Hobby: Dancing. A ' x E IZA ETHJNIAY CUNNINGHALI ' 71. X.. etsv -. 1 tt x roup.rAt:tivit s 121: Archery 81: Ide Ska 'ng 13, 41. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Whistling and skating. 40!.1113lin Entered from GERTRUDE AGNES CUNNINGIIAM "Ronnie,' 1400 YVhitney Avenue. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Skating. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Skating and dancing. JOAN THERESE CUNNINGI-IAINI CD A E njoannei' 270 Sherman Avenue. Entered from St. Nicholas of Tolcntine High School, Bronx, New York. Activities: Spanish Club 131: Girls' Sports Council 141: Senior Executive Board 141: Business Board of "Elm Tree" 141: Badminton Team 141: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: litter- bugging. ,- fx Ar '9- 'Var' .qv--wr ANGELA MARIA CUTICELLI "Angel" 27 Bradley Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 111: Girl Reserves 11, 21: Chorus 11, 21: Basketball 121: Volley Ball 121: Secretary of Italian Club 131: Pep Club 131. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Music and basketball. f I Loan ANE C 'CON jf .. f , :J j A, Lf 1. 2 91Fr51kt? Strcet. Entered from air 'avei ivities: c'Elm Tree" rt B ard. 4 ,'JiHe Club 141: Girl eserv ' 41L'iEuture: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Sports and art. U s My CHARLOTTE MARIE D,ACUNTO uC'llfl1'lv 20 Woolscy Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Saleslady. Hobby: Dancing. CARMELA ANNE D,ALESSIO "Cm'm', 216 Cedar Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Archery 11, 21: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Archery 121: Senior Executive Board Alternate 141: Photography Club 141. Future: Nurs- ing. Hobby: Ice skating and bowling. OLIVE GERTRUDE DALEY E N E HOW, 149 Plymouth Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Red Cross Club 111: Tri-Y 111: Volley Ball Team 111: President of Tri-Y 121: Choms 121: Intersorority Council 12, 3, 41: "Sentinel" Business,Board 12, 8, 41: Secretary of Junior Executive Board 131: Secretary of junior Class 131: WVZIT Bond Committee 131: Pep Club 141: Symphonettes 141: Sec- retary of Senior Executive Board 141: Secretary of Senior Class 141: Chorus 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Danc- ing. X LoU1s LAWRENCE CERUZZI . "Lou" 104 Wallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Student Coun- cil 11j. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. STEPHEN CESTAEO KcO,DU77l1J,, 384 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from Prince. Activities: Manager of Track Team 1135 Chorus 125. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Basketball. APOSTOLOS GEORGE CHALTAS "D1'ac" 31 Broad Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Scout Leadership. RICHARD PLATT CHAIXIPAGNE "Dick" 484 Whitney Avenue. Entered from Hamden High School. Activities: Motion Picture Club 13, 4J. Future: Architectural School. Hobby: Archi- tectural designing. ROGER STEVENS CHAPJNIAN uR0g,, Cheshire. Entered from Huxuiston School. Activities: Cross Country Track 143. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. sz.. PAUL PETER CI-LEIVIBROVICI-I "Chem', 189 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Varsity Football 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. EDXVARD CHERRY "Eddie" 266 Aslumm Street. Entered from Greenville, North Carolina. Future: Amiy or Navy. Hobby: Cartooning. ISADORE CHETEICK rqzzyv 16 Waverly Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Cheer Leader 131g German Club 135: Sports Editor of "Elm Tree" 141: Chaimian of Pro- gram Committee of German Club 14J. Future: College. Hobby: Bil- liarcls. JOSEPH EDMOND CHIARALIONTE A ,, Ivey 115 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports and music. ' Entered United States Navy. MICHAEL ALBERT CIABURRO "M i okay" 89, Hamilton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 121: Football 12, 8, 42. Future: Marine Corps. Hobby: Sports. PAULINE EVA DANCAUSE "Dan'ny,' 2 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Beautician School. MARGARET LENORE DAVIDSON upegv 227 Everit Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Swimming C2, 3, 413 Iunior Red Cross C2, 31: Mo- tion Picture Club C31: Girl Reserves C41. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Collect- ing dogs. Lois AUDEEY DAVIS "Ca-nclyv 710 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball C31g Baseball Team C-31: Chorus C8, 41: Tennis C41. Future: Howard Univer- sity. Hobby: Skating, dancing, and reading. DORIS FERN DAWSON ffD0tty,, 329 West Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Roller skating. SHIRLEY LENORE DAXVSON "Shirl" 331 YVeybossett Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Hairdresser. Hobby: Dancing. 'Sl' wo- ,pf-. 44-9- 3.4 'QT' PI-IYLLIS CAROLINE DEAN "Phil" 154 Rosewood Avenue. Entered from Hamtlen. Future: Hairdressing. Hobby: Dancing. ADEIENNE JACQUALINE DECAPUA :L Q "Diczne', 69 Pierpont Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Italian Club C314 Pep Club C315 Junior Red Cross CB, 41: Chorus C41. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Sports and music. LOUISE IVIARY DECEEE 1 University Place. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Tennis Cl, 21: Bowling C21. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and dancing. CARINIEL ANN DEFALCO "Cum', 77 Minor Street. Entered from Hamilton. Activities: S.A.B. Alternate C215 Junior Red Cross C213 Senior Executive Board Alte-mate C41. Fu- ture: Business. Hobby: Collecting postcards. PATRICIA :HELEN IQELEHANT aplltu 53 Maltby Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Archery Tourna- Inent C215 Tri-Y C41. Future: Stene's Business College. Hobby: Swimming and skating. LOUIS FRANK COFRANCESCO uDUC:: 152 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. I-Iobby: Woodworking. GEORGE JACOB COHEN 'Ceorgev 122 Maple Street. Entered from Wociclroxv Wilson High School. Ac- tivities: Band C413 Orchestra K41. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Aeronautics and music. FHANK COLAFATI "MeZlcmev 48 Fulton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Aeroplane me- chanic. Hobby: Sports. WALTER THOMAS Comsisnc 204 North Front Street. Entered from Fair Haven. F ulurc: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. Drxvm Bnuois CoLnoUnN "Fuzzy" ' 219 Lexington Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming and hockey. Entered United States Merchant Marine. n it si-E it sit- it a Er. HSE H on is sw: is . HBH Hmm . B. Sings :H T ...gr .. xs Qi an is is sw- it nam . H Sgr. if Q :gifts Sk . an 5. Has? n is n its is is mm, an .gt . me Q an an is ,Em s is ' 1 .. is ts s ,- ggpgpm as its 93 as me x ii mms nm?-.yi E my .-sx""lEe EDXVARD FRANCIS CoNooN ccEdn 570 Wiilcliester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Art Club C21. Future: United States Marine Corps. Hobby: Sports. THOMAS IOSEPH CONLON "Tomy S3 Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Swimming Team KB, 41. Future: Aviation, Left to enter Providence College. ANTHONY Iosizrrr COSENZA "Tonya 25 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Track C315 junior Executive Board 131. Future: Business. Hobby: Photography and swimming. Enwaim EUGENE Cnn3LEY I' A 111 "C riff' 1579 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Baseball C219 Junior Executive Board I-31: Varsity Baseball 13, 41: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ALFONSE CR1scUoLo "Dill" 458 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Undecided. Hob- by: Sports. MARIE PHILOINIENA DEL GRECO ..Ree,. 161 Cherry Ann Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 41. Future: Al- bertus Magnus College. HobbY2 Archery. EMILY LOUISE DELMONICO "Blondie" 25 Stimson Road. Entered from East Haven High School. Future: College. Hobby: Drawing and col- lecting stamps. COHA THEEESE DEMATTEIS uShO1't1l,, 362 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 131. F uture: College. Hobby: Dancing and bowling. LJARY EMMA DENIAIITINO "Ter1'y,' 140 Fulton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and dancing. CONCETTA JOSEPHINE DICELIE "Connie" 504 VVlmlley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 121. Future: Dressrnaking. Hobby: Sing- ing. n is n n .El l iii u is is 94 BETTINA THERESA DIGLIO "Betts" 62 Clifton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 1215 Junior Executive Board 1315 Italian Club 131: Chorus 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Ice skating. MARILYN ANNE DINNEAN 287 Lombard Street. Entered from St, Francis. Activities: Swimming 12, 3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Swim- ming. PRISCILLA IEENE D1xoN "Dizzy,' 68 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Archery Club 1215 Bowling Club 121. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Swiniming. Y MARY MARGARET DONAHUE "Mair" 298 Ferry Street. Entered from Cathedral I-Iigh School, New York City. Activities: Tri-Y 1215 Motion Picture Club 141. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. I CII RE DOUGHAN K M E, milf.. "Dugan" if 8 Elin Svtieet. ' Entered from 'heridan. Archery Touma- ment 13, 40515 .nish Club 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Swimming. KENNETI1 vVlLL1A1KI CROWVLEY :cKen:r 57 Hotchkiss Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1924. Ac- tivities: Nova Vita Club 125: World Affairs Club fill: Motion Picture Club 0319 Rifle Club f4j. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Aviation. GERALD NIICI-IA EL CUDDY .. A Jem! 13 Anderson Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Activities: Track Team fill: Varsity Track Team USD. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Boy Scouts. 101-IN JOSEPH CUDDY ajohnn 13 Anderson Street. Entered 'from St. Boniface. Activities: Chess Club 11, 22g Honorable mention in ENS English Prize Examination 1225 S.A.B. KZJ: Harvard Club Prize C325 "Sentinel" Editorial Board CS, 41: German Club 14,5 Photography Club 442. Future: St. Thomas Seminary. Hobby: Scouting and stamp collect- ing. CHARLES CURELLO "Henry" 100 Hall Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club C1 7: Band C2, 3, 42. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. EUGENE DAVID D,ANGELO "Gene" 73 Lyon Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Track Team CSD: Varsity Track Team CBJ. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. JAIKIES PETER DANIEL "Iimmie,' 324 Howard Avenue. Entered from Hellenic American Boarding School, Port Chester, New York. Activities: Motion Picture Club C415 World Affairs Club Ml. Future: Restaurant Business. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. CARL JOSEPH DANIELSON :cD0n:: 195 Fairmont Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Amiy. Hobby: Stamp collecting. T1-1oMAs NIICHAEL DATTLLO "Tomy 1574 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Model railroading. KENNE'1'kI WILSON DAVIS "Slim" Ridge Road, North Haven. En- tered from North Haven Center School. Activitim: I-Ii-Y f27. Future: Navy. Hobby: Photography. l'IENRY Rocco DEANGELIS 127 Hurlburt Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Engineering. Entered United States Navy. MARY Louise Dow "S1mdy', 996 WVhalley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1923. Mother: Hillhouse 1925. Activities: Archery 12, 3, 41: Chorus 12, S, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and singing. ELAINE FRANCES DUNN "Blonclie', 59 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing and skating. ILSE BEATE EDELIS-IUTH "Gu-gn" 11 Linden Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Bowling 12, 41: Table Tennis Toumament 131: Bowl- ing Tournanient 131. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and dancing. H, 5 1 ---' - Ma - ' ' 'R' 3 "Igl1," ' f?fW,.. h::::s . . g .QE W 2 222 W ture: Business School. Hobby: Swim- , 1 A N w or X X 5 "' ' is if .4 f A - Sw Xa if M if A '. 5: 1 , in a :fm , if W ii i ii rr , if if sf ii or . B 4 :.: . s . E . t fu JOAN CATHERINE ELLIS 144 Sheffield Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 181. Fu- ming. f A XZ, 'Biz - e eg: LORRAINE :HELEN ENIHGHT ugayn 10 Cassius Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Tri-Y 11, 2, 31: Vice President of Tri-Y 141. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and skating. 5 NIUIIIEL NIAE EPSTEIN qu K A "Mu1',' 'QQ 955 192 Goife Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Volley Ball 121. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. EGALKA Alter- 1 Germ an ELOUISE ELLIS E A QE lv 87 Admiral Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 121: In- tersorority Council 141: Class Prom Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. NIARIA SUSAN EncoLANo Cb E A ..ETk,, 128 Edwards Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery Tournament 121: YVorld Affairs Club 121: York Square Players 13, 41. Fu- ture: Surgical nursing. Hobby: Fashion designing. LUCILLE ANITA ERNANDEZ "Ladle" S11 Legion Avenue. Eatered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing and basketball. 96 Jenny ANTHONY DECAPUA A QD II 69 Pierpont Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Track 132. Future: Navy. Left to enter Admiral Billard Academy. MARIO ALPHONSE DECAPUA HDGCUFD 224 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club 112: Band 11, 2, 32. Future: Music School. Hobby: Music. FRANK DEFELICE "Chick,' 28 East Pearl Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Ex- ecutive Board 132: Junior Red Cross 13 42 Future' Undecided I-Iobb ' , . . , . y. Swimming. VVILLIALI PATRICK DELANEY GJ E "Bill" 170 Peck Street. Entered from Fair Hnven. Activities: Nova Vita Club 122. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. ROBEIIT IJELAUBELL , HBCU, K G05 Sherman Parkway. Entered from Bassett. Activities: German Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. E ti Egfr? M I B E H Q R sr sw is I HH E ml we HB BEER, H 5: eff B .1 ,mf Egg gpm er mi sr nm E rum ' I fi it Stag! -New sr 'ei se mm H H me H: gr LE H E BREW E m M . re smu- .rxm sr m at me me Kms W H reg-Sig .Ur E wmv. . . B Bm.' H H -E gs . Q Sets . -afar fir 5 E lm L F2971 E 'Sei It Q wks WNW sian 1 -if-'SS g5 Y Frm 1 3. if J -SE , . , Ep- E : f'- ' - .E Ee W L15 B E E s Q ' 353- A tres ' iii.: ::,, I-I -1- '55 J e.: " - ,EIEE iii: E ' m y 'f75a:efE:E.:, . - ti' "' 75 '. :::f:-11:1-E.: .... ,. -me I "'-f : H : 2. DANIEL VLNCENT DELLISOLA "Dann 29 Foxon Street. Entered from East Haven High School. Future: College. Hobby: Athletics. ALFRED ANDREXV DELOUISE ..DeZ,, 122 Davenport Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Co-Manager of Track Team 132: lvIovie'Club 13, 42: Cheer Leader 132: Photography Club 13, 42: Manager of Truck Team 142. Future: College. Hobby: Pho- tograpby. EDWARD DELOUISE HDEF, 122 Davenport Avcnuc. Entered from Troup. Activities: President of Biology Club 122: f'Sentinel" Busi- ness Board 12, 3, 42: Co-Manager of Track Team 132: Manager of Cross Country Team 132: Motion Picture Club 13, 42: Photography Club 13, 42: Manager of Football Team 142. Future: College. Hobby: Photography. gseljiw CLEIIENT ALBERT DELUCLA ' lem" 436 L n1 7. . 'nt .ecfffoxn Fair Hav n f ivities: rsily Swim- ming Team 142. uture: College. Hobby: Spor . JOSEPH FRANK DELUCIA, Jn. "K-icl Spookyv 11 Main Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Senior Executive Board 142. Future: Radio Techni- cian. Hobby: Raising pigeons. ELIVIIRA LORBAINE Eniuco ' "S hortgf' 82 Cove Street. Entered from Fair Haven, Father: Hillbouse 1913, Ac- tivities: Swimming Team C2, 3, 41: Chorus C4J. Future: Annhurst Col- lege. Hobby: Horseback riding. r I I ' 'il ' flfii' f l 'z .H M . 1 'ff' '-sei , I WZ' , . , , s V 'V f 47" .4 'fs ,,fy,r.f.f K ,..?NN'y'l1nE1i 'SA Etsrfosrro V- i J ' if - D9 iz?-f' 'W V184 I 31 Stliveet Entered from ,V ,a e .I . ' 1 ' l fFair I-Izud-Bglgketivities: Softball C SD. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling and softball. JEAN GRACE Esposiro "VV'ilZie" 75 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Hiking. ALICE ESTREN 'cp If A "Little Onev .0 Button Street. En -red fri n Tru nan. Acivities Ch ' s Lati Ch A c , 2, 3, l i C2, 8, 4 Intersorority C cil C3 , ho gfap iy Club C415 Treasurer of I ers ority Counci C4J. Futui-: . Ai f Bmecti cut. Hobby: u.ic c WJJ ANNA NIABIE ETZEL .fsisn 33 Farren Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Manager of Swimming Team CQJ: Softball C2, 82: Girls' Sports Council C2, 3, 419 Manager of Field Hockey Team C2, 3, 41: "Sentinel" Business Board C2, Sig Basketball Team C315 Captain of Swimming Team C225 Honorary Varsity Field Hockey Team CS, 42: Swimming Team C415 Exchange Manager of "Sentinel" Business Board C4j. Future: Albertus Magnus Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. ff' ' I iw aim -Y 5 2555? ,sawn S emi 'ma me IESSAL-IINE DOLORES FAIELLA CII GD .. . ,, I essze - 83 Arch Street. Entered from Tru- man. Activities: S.A.B. C125 Italian Club CD: Chorus C4J. Future: Cadet Nurse. I-lobby: Drawing. LILLIAN FRANCES FALLON "Lilly 73 Perkins Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves CS, 42: "Sentinel" Business Board CS, 43. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Skating. IEAN ELLEN F ANNING 'fb A E .fjefu 136 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan, Mother: Hillbouse 1918. Activities: Girl Reserves C2Jg S.A.B. C215 Chorus C2, 3, 42. Future: Nurs- ing. I-lobby: Sports. l'IELEN IQATHIQYN F AUGHNAN 32 Harding Place. Entered from Bassett. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Skating. lVlIL 4Dl4ENsTE1i' Q X "Matz , S0 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Field Hockey CZ, 3, 43: York Square Players CS, 435 Photography Club C4l. Future: Un- decided. FRANCIS XAVIER DEMARTINO K I II "M1'. F rank" 362 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. Hobby: Autoing. ANTHONY VINCENT DENARD "Tony" 621 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. MARK RICHARD DEPALMA "Dickey', V 182 James Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Swimming. ALFRED LOUIS DI-:Russo "Freclie" 407 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Swimming. Entered United States Navy. JOHN ADAMSON DEVENEAU A A E 1: Deva: 12 Cleveland Road, Entered from Mount Hemlon. Activities: Chorus 13, 435 Co-Captain of Soccer Team KS, 41. Future: United States Navy Signal Corps. Hobby: Scout Leader- ship. K 5. 5 E mes e ii e as si me e me e si mix e an Q H H H r H. ei: 5. ,gl E E 1 E H E H is DANIEL MICHAEL DEVINE A I E "Da1my', 32 High Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. PETER CHARLES DIGIOIA "Fritz" 133 Frank Street. Entered from St. J'ohn's. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports and art. JOSEPH DIMASSA ujoen 206 Wooster Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Undecided. Hob- by: Baseball. ANTHONY JERRY DIMEOLA nT0ny,: 3235 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Opera music. ANTI-IONY FRANCIS DISCIGLIO .Tonya 15 Christopher Street. Entered from Prince. Future: Toolmaker. Hobby: Basketball. PIELEN Flzwiss "Hank" 393 Winthrop Entered from Troup. A ivi s: 8oftball CZJ. Future: ursigggplqolob ipancing. '7 . BETSY CRAY FERGUSON A A "Betsy 428 Yale Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Field Hockey Team CED: Rifle Club CBD: Spanish Club f4Dg Riile Club Q42 Futur i CZ Smith College. Hobby: Dancing. INGEBORG Bxsnrrm Frscurzn alizgiev 202 Dover Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, S, 41: Symphonettes fill. Future: Business School. Hobby: Collecting bookmarks and reading. MI1iIAL'I RUTH F ISI-11511 "Mimi, 107 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Club f2J. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. ELAINE MAnGAn1T13 F ITZIXIAURICE "Fitzie', 77 Hazel Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Commercial Art. Hobby: Sketebing and roller skating. My SR? 'fxq 100 .wh Mir ELAINE Douornv FLANAGAN 1050 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Volley Ball C2lg Softball f2jg Tri-Y K3 4J. , Future: Nursing. Hobby: Swimming. MARY IOAN FLixNpqgq4xN"k M E "F-I6-niLi',.fmorz" 1847 Dfipcl Street. Entered from Spin len. Ac Mibies: Swimming Telnl 41, Chorus 42, fs, 415 Archery 'llguniaineiit f3jg Inter- sorority Council? 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming nd musin I N ' PHY IS lyliibne Loruo 6' bfiblw' C Derby Avenue," Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Future: College. Hobby: Sewing. Doms ELIZABETH FLOYD "Does 690 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Babv Nurse. Hobby: Roller skating. 1 ELEANOR l'vI.mY Fousx' MEM, 43 NVillis Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus KZ, 3, 42: Archery 1-SJ. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Reading and dancing. JAMES JOSEPH DOLAN I' A ip "fini, 86 Elmwood Road. Entered from Classical High School, NVorccster, Massachusetts. Activities: NVor1d Aifnirs Club CZJ: Varsity Football C-SJ: Junior Executive Board 131: Interlraternity Baseball C339 Prom Committee 141: Interfraternity Coun- cil UID. Future: Holy Cross. Hobby: Music. RAYIXIOND .JOSEPH IDONAHUE uRayn 60 Edwards Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football CSD. Future: United States Marine Corps. I-lobby: Sports. JOHN JOSEPH DONOVAN "Duckfeet', S70 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football C215 Varsity Hockey 13, 41. Future: Golf Professional. Hobby: Sports. LAWRENCE LOUIS D,ORSI rcLCI1'I'1f,, 250 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Rifle Club 19.1. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. RICHARD JOHN DOUGLAS "Doug" 774 State Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Soccer Team fly: Junior Red Cross KSJ. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sailing. 'G+' 52" s ' -- 'gi 5: . ... 1 K I ' -: ik way YN H - L 3. . ...F H e 1 W ,q fi -W . .M AA - a 1215 ' 1 1 -' .-f-. ' 2 . :tis ,- ' i WS "' :t' i2Q-.ivrii .. ' ':S.ri,. . 'Chix' 'J' s t ' .- .:f's5:-im.,-:- . ' -. .. .. "' 3 f...C23 - ' " J' 101 EDWARD JOSEPH DOWLING KE du 1198 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. I-lobby: Sports. . X I . fv i ' ' 1" A, L- 3 ?--5 Jori17gf4fi3Zaf1x1As"D6Y1Lfisff fin' ' X Jack" IJ ,f X . ,,. 1480 Qlf1lll?i?5?V9i3UC. 'VA from Fair! Il: yd: . 'F'ntnre: United . States Navyhil-I bby: Sports. ,V ff flu U nk BEHTRABI JOSEPH DUNN :Im B uBe1,tv 142 Day Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Cross Country UD. Future: Engineering College. Hobby: Woodwork. STANLEY FREDERICK DUNN 96 Hubinger Street. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1911. Activities: World Affairs Club C319 Hockey C4J. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. BEHTRAM NIYRON EAGER cp B "Bert'i 169 Washington Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. F5444 Mu L ORMAN Z W .t v 1 14 E t. Entered from Bassett - ' Red Cross Club 12 , ' r . u Players 13, 415 J wish 'X ' uture: Brooklyn ollege. Io by: in vling. PATRICIA ANN Fox ffpatv Or. e ntqr Ro. ange. En- t ed from Ojidge enter School. uv ' . .B. 11, 21: Rifle Club 1 Manager'oE Basketball Team 0 1 9 S tb. l Team 1213 Bowling 1 5 aT ockey Team , 413 Fie I oc ey Honorary arsity Team 2, - Junior Ex- cutive Board 13 Hap iin of Soft- lal1Tcam 131, sket .llTeam141: otography Club 1 Future: Un- decided. Hobby: People and sports. MARIE DOMENICA FRANCO 52 Daisy Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Dressmaking. Hobby: Sewing. Doms GERTEUDE FEEDERICKSEN 'Tredflyv Ridge Road, Orange. Entered from Truman. Activities: Junior Red Cross 121: Chorus 13, 415 Syniphoncttes 141. Future: Business College. Hobby: Singing and the, study of Opera. JOYCE NATALIE FROMKIN Q3 E :D ujoyv 408 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Radio Pro- duction 131g York Square Players 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. as-fi " KX om ROSE CAGL RDI 1450 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery 121: Red Cross Club 1215 Chess Club 1315 Chorus 13, 413 York Square Players 13, 414 French Club 1415 Sympho- nettes 141: "Glea1n" Business Board 1415 Ice Skating 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Reading. Minn' TEEESA GAJEWSKI n ..Guy,, 9 Hine Place. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Music. ANN ANITA GAMBOBI "Bed" 707 State Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Stoneis Business College. Hobby: Skating and howling. DOEOTHY MARY GAHRITY K M E HDOF, 475 Norton Parkway. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Table Tennis 121: Volley Ball Team 131: Table Tennis Champion 1415 Orchestra 141: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. LonuAilNE JEAN GAUNYA 545 Howard Avenue. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Archery 12, 31. Future: Undecided. GEORGE MANSON EAMES, III 11 A MII "Son:ny,' 27 Barnett Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Swimming Team 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. VVILLIAINI HENRY EAST A 1 E "Bill" 123 Downing Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Bowling. EDXVARD WALTER EOKERT "Eclcl-ie" 2 Strong Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: College. Hobby: Camping and hiking. VVILLIAM ANTHONY ESPOSITO "Bill" 27 Pierpont Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming and ice skating. ANDRENV E:DXVARD FAI-IEY nAndy,,- 74 Huntington Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy Air Corps. Hobby: Hunt- ing and skating. tl me f Q, . . i L ' ,. l is E, .a my .f-.few y- -:-1-me-V .- sie' .w::5::fet:.S- ' 'T . '.:l,:,:.-- -., ta-A-5 2, .95f.:,:.:.:,...5.Z,,5i img I - ' if ,-3,5-:xftgfs . Ex t L v A 1 k 'K x ' ,f . A . T4 1 w 1 A W K , . sit n ft T' 2 H3 ix' ' ""' -. ' v - lf :., .. W 1: In ..,.. . . 5 -yu 4 se iq iq, 'Jeff fm, s ' f . cg i? 103 . -r 5, .,.-.., -...,.. , ...file V 1 'F ALRONSE FALCONE ..Alfie,, 119 Hill Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: S.A.B. 11Jg Base- ball 120: Varsity Hockey 12, SJ: Co-Captain of Varsity Hockey Team 141. Future: Sports. Hobby: Hockey. BENITO FALCONE .:Hap,, 106 Rosette Street. Entered from Truman. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Piano and rnusic. 'JOHN FRANCIS FARRELL ..IaCk,, 52 Henry Street. Entered from Prince. Future: Business in engineer- ing. Hobby: Model building. DANTE AUGUSTUS FASANO 23 Shelter Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Orchestra 121: Band 127: Iunior Executive Board 131: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. LEONARD ALFONSE FASANO K I 11 nllennyn 31 Hobart Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Football 12, 3, 455 Nova Vita Club 12Qg Track 13, 4,9 Hockey 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. HELEN GENETOS 675 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y CGD: Softball Team CSD. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. MARIE TROFEIVIENA GENOVESE "Bright Eyesv 57 Pulaski Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus C4D. Future: Hairtlressing. Hobby: Roller skating. SOPIIIE GEORGES ns Ov 116 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Beautician. Hobby: Singing and dancing. MARIE IOHANNA CIAILIO f:Rie,, 212 Saltoustall Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling CQD. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Danc- ing. CLAEA LUCY GIARDINfk "Claire" 22 Daggett Street. Entered from Mount Kisco. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sports. . Menu my - ,xx 1- ,,.., Bi E E r . .. .E H 5 no W 5 y 54 K .E -gg-W...-.ar 422. .,.,., .,.. . . . 5 .. E I NME? l v 1 E 3 E :fi ' H . it Q F ' 1 gl IME .: .. n"5"3" W ... Q -W . PENELOPE CIATRELIS "Pen-nyv 88 YVal1 Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Red Cross Club CZD. Future: College. Hobby: Music. ANITA SHIRLEY GITLITZ cp A up "Gabby" 62 Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Father: Hillhouse 1919. .Ae- tivities: York Square Players CS, 4D: Chorus CSD: Bowling Tournament CSD. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Bowling. SHIRLEY LEONA COLDBEIXG "S hi1'l" 24 lfVarcl Street. Entered from Tr0up.'Activities: Red Cross Sewing Club C2Dg Archery CZD: S.A.B. Al- ternate C2D: Jewish Hi-Y CSD. Fu- ture: College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Dancing and music. LILLIAN MAE GooDEN ..Kmy,, 101 Winter Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Beautician School. Hobby: Dancing. V BEVERLY GonnoN cl: 2 qi "Beuie', 1673 Boulevard. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: York' Square Players CS, 4Dg Table Tennis Tourna- ment C3g Table Tennis Team C4D. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and dancing. JOHN FEDELE "Johnny" 101 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 111. Future: Aviation. Hubby: Sports. NIAUBICE PIENRY FEINN fcM0,, 845 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Red Cross 141. Future: University of Arizona. Hobby: Collecting old books. THOMAS FRANCIS FENTON 1' A 111 "'1'omm.y', 178 Dover Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 13, 41: Senior Executive Board 141. Fu- ture: United States Murine Corps. Hubby: Sports and dancing. ALEXANDER Fenrmno 152 Minor Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Chemistry Club 141. Future: Aviation. Entered United States Amiy. MARIO JOHN Fiznno "Marv 297 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Band 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Music. E it 53 mx- me am it Me gsm It me it it me gm me :Stl s H E s me it E t It ,ea we-is r me Q as .ig at ME 2 is if Er me me ge -m 5? as mi E get it it we 'B me me it EE me ww. Ai, H me mm it H. time me E is es um me It E mil ALPIIONSE LOUIS FESTA HAZ!! 24 Watson Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MICI-IAEL LAWRENCE FEZZA K I H "Bruce', 168 Blatcliley Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basket- ball 12, 3, 41: Junior Executive Board 1315 Honorable mention in Physics D.S.K. Prize Examination 131: Junior Red Cross Council 18, 415 Senior Executive Board 141. Fu- ture: Holy Cross. Hobby: Sports. ANTHONY F INNERTY 323 Orchard Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.Bi 121: Senior Executive Board 141: Junior Red Cross 1415 Soccer 141. Future: Maritime Service. Left before graduation. DONALD JOSEPH FIRTH "Donn 884 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Springfield Technical High School. Future: United States Navy. RALPH ALFONSIS. Frsco, IR. K I H "Fisc0" 191 Greene Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: United States Army. Hobby: Singing. PATRICIA ANN GORDON ftpatv 110 Hobart Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Motion Picture Club 141. Future: College. SYLVIA FAYE GORDON II E II ffsylv 1525 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1915. Ac- tivities: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Driving. NIARY JANE GRAVES "MVissie', 148 Chathmn' Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillliouse 1923. Activities: Swimming Team 121: Chorus 12, 3, 413 Skating 12, 3, 415 Symphonettes 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and sewing. 1'IARIiI.ET RITA GREENBERG 113 A :In "Nickie', 219 Roydon Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Bowling Team 121: Volley Ball Team 12, 31: World Affairs Club 141: Basketball Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. LILLIAN CREENBERC "Lille" 10 Waverly Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Bowling 12, S, 41: VVorId Affairs Club 141: Chorus 141. Future: College. Hobby: Listening to good music. I mme -it. if H and is A- i: Estee. it E qs--M. siege y..pg,m tween' H: 106 I PEARL DORIS GREE G 181 Newh I et ntered from Bassett. Ac' itieWPres ent of Red Cros Club 1 1: owlin ournament 121 .ll , S15 ir " Sports Cou ci 2 3 V ' siclent of Girl Sport ou -il, 141: Spanish Club 1415 to -afzhy Club 141. Future: College. obby: Reading and sports. BEVERLY JUNE GREENHOUSE A "Steve" ' 12 Ann Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery 1215 "Glearn" Business Board 131: Tennis 131: York Square Players 13, 41: Bowling 141: Assistant Manager of "Gleam', Business Board 141. Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: Bowling. ' ERNA CAROLINE GRUNEIS 11An71:: 78 Bishop Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Class Prom Committee 1413 German Club 1415 Motion Picture Club 141: Swimming Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. BARBARA JEAN GUTIVIAN KBOH, 42 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Bowling Tourna- ment 121. Future: Art Schooj. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. KATHLEEN ANN I'lACKE'1'I.' 112 A E. "Kathie, 57 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tennis 12, 315 f'Gleam,' Editorial Board 13, 41. Future: Journalism. Hobby: Tennis. NEIL FRANCIS FITZGERALD "Fitzy', 159 Read Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Radio-telephone work. THOMAS FRANCIS FITZPATBICK GJ E "F-itz" 126 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating. Entered United States Navy. THOMAS SIIAW FLEINIJNG "Flem,' 109 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. FRANCIS :EDXVARD FLYNN A I E "Fran" 189 Chatham Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Interfraternity Council C315 Cross Country 14,9 Track Team f4j: Prom Committee C425 "Elm Tree" Art Board l4J. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MICHAEL PATRICK FOLEY -ss ...H Rv 1-W5 if-at Ir is m is gm 5 . is s ak' H "Red" s 9 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Bowling. In E. Stir as 107 is rs.. -'ai-I B 55 Em Sz rx -R me si 5 5 QE Ek: as Ir an WALTER FORD 136 Saltonstall Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football C273 Iunior Red Cross 132: Junior Executive Board 131. Future: Unde- cided. EDWARD FRANCIS FRANK ..Ed,, 173 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. b VVLLLIAIXI LHENRY FRANK l'B-iZZ', 173 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. ANGELO DOIVHNICK FRIONE "F a rmerv 36 Foxon Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C213 Junior Red Cross CQQ. Future: United States Navy. I-lobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. ANTHONY FUsCo .. . ,, Junior 172 Lamberton Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Football C2J. Future: Army. Hobby: Sports, JANICE ANNE I-IALPIN 846 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 12, 31: Archery 12, 3, 413 Orchestra 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Music. JANICE LUCILLE I-Ifuuus 44 Dayton Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Reading. ALICE ANNE HARTEN K M E Montowese Avenue, North Haven. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillbouse 1902. Activities: Art Club 121: "Gleam" Art Board 131: Prize winner in "Gleam" Art Contest 131: Secretary of "Elm Tree" Art Board 141: Associate Art Editor of "Gleam', 141. Future: College. Hobby: Art. MARY I'IATCI-I Highland Avenue, Cheshire. Eu- tered from Humiston School. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. - S' .-sp jf RUTH LEONORE IIEALEY A A "Heal" 11 Hillcrest Road, Orange. En- tered from Orange Center School. Activities: Secretary of S.A.B. 121: Bowling 121: Iunior Executive Board Alternate 131: Senior Executive Board Alternate 141g Class Motto Com- mittee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Riding. ROWENA DOLORES I-IEATH A A cr D O dun 701 Howard Avenue. Entered from Seattle, YVashington. Activities: Span- ish Club Future: College. Hobby: Music. JUANITA :HILTON E, A "Nita" G51 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Travelling and music. EL1Non CAROL I'IITCHCOCK "Carol" 1274 Forest Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: I-Iillhouse 1924. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1925. Activities: Ice Skating 12, S, 41: Chorus 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating. NANCY ALICE I'IOADLEY B T- "Butch" 157 Beacon Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Iunior Red Cross 131: Chorus 13, 41: Spanish Club 141: Syrnpbonettes 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Singing. AUGUSTA I'IAZEL HocK "Gussiev 52 Stuyvesant Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 121: Red Cross Club 121. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and skat- mg. Iosizrn PAUL Fusco "Pacl1'e,, 161 lVinthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. VVILLIAINII IVICKINLEY GALLAGHER, In. I' A 11' "Bill" 627 Howard Avenue. Entered from Prince. Mother: Hillliouse 1917. AC- tivities: Swimming Clbg World Affairs Club C255 Chorus CS, 43- Future: College. I-lobby: Sports. ALAN'LEW1S GANS Y A cb NAV, 124 Everit Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker School. Father: I-Iillhouse 1911. Activities: Chorus C215 Chess Club C213 "Sentinel" Editorial Board C215 Winner in Omega Delta Prize Examination in English C255 Assistant Editor of "Sentinel" CS, 4J, French Club C4J. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting coins. JOHN DANIEL CA1uu1i7Y A I E afacki' 72 Second Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: Football C2, 8, 42: S.A.B. C2jg Chess Cluh C214 Junior Executive Board CBJ: Senior Execu- tive Board C47: Business Manager of "Elm Traci' C4J. Deceased . ICENDALL COURTNEY GEDNEY "Ken" S84 WVliitney Avenue. Entered from Gulf Coast Military Academy. Future: United States Coast Guard Academy. Hobby: Sailing. FIXAXNK ELBIER GEEK 64 Truman Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Aeronautical Engi- neering. I-lobby: Model building. GILBERT STERLING GEIGER z:Gibby:: I Flagler Avenue, Cheshire. Entered from Hnmiston School. Activities: Track Team C1, 25, Swimming Team Cl, 21: Chorus C1, 2, 3, 41: Tennis Team C3, 425 Hockey Team C335 Junior Executive Board C355 Trea- surer of Junior Red Cross CSD: Presi- dent of junior Red Cross C4J. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming and tennis. Entered United States Navy. ALFRED LOUIS GENDEIINALXK KAI., 36 Brownell Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Orchestra C2, 3, 43: Band C4b. Future: Business. Hobby: Writiiig. DANLEL Gizixisixirrix 202 Foster Street. Entered from NVorthington Hooker. Future: Unde- cided. Entered United States Army. FRANK Gnovnn GiBsoN, IR. "Hoot" 224 Bassett Street. Entered from Melrose High School, Florida. Fu- ture: United States Marine Corps. I-lobby: Sports. S 0 'B BARBARA BEVERLY IIOEFLER 61 P nB0bbyn 73 Audubon Street. Entered from WVort.hington Hooker. Activities: Rifle Club 111: Field Hockey Team 121: Softball Team 121: Field Hockey 131. Future: Navy. Hobby: Swim- ming and photography. CAROL CLAIRE I'IOLOI-IAN 879 Elm Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. JOAN BERNICE I'IOPKINS B T- 1. Hoppyu 423 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Spanish Club 141: Motion Picture Club 141. Fu- ture: College. PATRICIA MARIE 1'IUGHES "Pain 191 Spring Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 3, 41: Junior Red Cross Representative 13, 41: Editorial Board of Red Cross Bulle- tin 13, 41: Girl Reserves 141. Fu- ture: State Teachers College. Hobby: Swimming. EVA Rosa HYATT qw E cIm 'fEve" . 330 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball Team 121: Volley Ball Team 121: Manager of Volley Ball Team 1315 Basketball Team 13, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: Intersorority Council 13, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. fr KN 'Nba T35 EVELYN HYATT "Eveuy,' 295 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Swimming 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Playing piano and reading. lg I.. A, P Q- ll ' 1,514-4-fl" ' ANNINIARIE IANNOTTI "Amin 11 Myrtle Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Dietitian. Hobby: Swimming. ADELATDE IANUZZI :IJ E A '63 Miller Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 131. Fu- ture: Business School. Hobby: Danc- ing ancl skating. ELISE MARION JACOB K M S, "fake Ir." 201 NVest Park Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Activities: Junior Red Cross 121: Archery Toumament 12, 31: Swimming Team 12, 3, 41: York Square Players 1415 Spanish Club 1415 Class Motto Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. NOR1N'IA JANE JENKINS :In E ..Jmx,, 118 View Street. Entered from Lovell. Activities: Chorus 12, 31: Tennis 12, 31. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing and skating. JAINIES ALAN GLAES A A E "Ii1n,' Race Brook Road, NVoodbriclge. Entered from Mishawaka High School, Indiana. Future: College. Hobby: Hunting. PIERNIAN GLASS M F, tcGUI'L6l'fll,, 29 Ann Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 1215 Foot- ball Team 12, 3, 413 Interfraternity Council 13, 41: Basketball 13, 41: Baseball 141. Future: Physical Edu- cation Teacher. Hobby: Sports. Invmc GOLIJBJSRG rp B 169 Washington Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: Engineering. Entered United States Navy. SAUL Goumisnc qi B , "sol" V 116 Iudson Avenue. Entcredifroin Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 1215 Motion Picture Club 131. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. DONALD FRANCIS GOUGH "Don" 832 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Baseball 12, 3, 41. Future: Navy. Hobby: Baseball and swimming. Gus Ancnna GRAND 29 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Art. LEONARD GREENBERC :cLenn 90 Asylum Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 1215 Honorable mention in E.N.S. English Prize Examination 131: Junior Red Cross Program Chairman 141: Spanish Club 1413 Senior Ex- ecutive Board 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. lVIANDELL PAUL CBEENBERG "Mickey', 75 Stimson Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillliouse 1918. Activities: Track Team 1215 Presi- dent of World Affairs Club 121: Football Team 13, 41. Future: New York University. Hobby: Sports and stamps. JULIAN JACOB GnossMAN M E, "Grus0me,' 340 Bellevue Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Track 1215 Mo- tion Picture Club 131g Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Base- ball history. Ior-IN IOSEPH l'lALPIN "TimIJer', 159 Atwater Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Interfratemity Council 13141: Class Gift Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and dancing. MARY ELIZABETH JENNER GJ P :fMa1.:: 215 Livingston Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 429. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Roller skating. EDITH LILLIAN JOHNSON "Edie" 4 Sheldon Terrace. Entered from VVilby High School, Vifaterbury. Fu- ture: University of Connecticut. I-lobby: Ice skating and music. LOUISE ISABELLE JOHNSTON B T- 22 E ewo tered fr . A ues: Ch rus CZ, 3, 43: Spanis Glu' Future: College. Ho or staff- MARIOIXIE LOUISE JONES "I0ne.s'y" 136 Bristol Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus f2J. Fu- ture: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Painting. RUTH Jonrru JOSEPH uliuv 11 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Collecting Souvenirs. :Q Hmm nu un- ELAINE ANN KAMENS :Ii A cp .:Kay,, 225 Lakeview Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Volley Ball Team C255 Basketball Team 12, LU: Ping Pong Tournament 12, 325 York Square Players 13, 41. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dramatics. GLORIA DOROTHY lfnnnizn 15 egflilritefecl from -Iuven. Activities: Chorus 44 5 ork S xinri Plagbr V J' Pho- tography Cjlijlijzj. fl6?Ln' n junior Collegci Hobby: Dancing. SONYA TANYA KARMNES "MikhaiZ0u icv 179 Congress Avenue. Entered from Prince. Activities: York Square Players CS, 45. Future: State Teachers College. Hobby: WVi-iting and acting. BEATRICE REVA KA EMA ' z ff Z I, 2 e Terra H. Entere 'mn eridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1911. Activities: Table Tennis Tournament 1215 Field Hockey 135: Tennis Tournament 13, 415 Spanish Club C415 Orchestra 143. Future: College. Hobby: Music. WLNIFRED IKAUFLIAN "lfVi1miev 50 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair I-Inven. Future: Business School. Hobby: Drawing. PE'r1z1x PAUL I'IALP1N 1' A 111 "Pawn 79 Lilac Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: S.A.B. 1215 Chorus CS, 4Dg Swimming 'Team CS, 415 Class Motto Chairman f4Jg Senior Executive Board UU. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Swimming. IIAROLD I'lANKIN Y A tp "Hunk', 132 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chess Club fill. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. CHARLES l'lANSEN 1' A rp "Cl:-uck" 170 Rowe Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Pied Cross CSL President of Interfraternity Council UO. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing nnd sports. AUSTIN PAUL I'lEALY 288 McKinley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Vice Presi- dent of Iunior Red Cross f2Qg' S.A.B. f2jg Class Prom Committee UU. Future: Llerchsuit Marine. I-Iobhy: Dancing and music. DONALD LEE Hnrwoon Q E "Donn 250 VVest Hazel Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 121: Chess Club C2, 31: Honorable men- tion in Omega Delta Prize Examina- tion C2Jg Class Motto Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. SIDNEY KREMEN I-l1cHK1N cp B "Hike" 277 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chess Club fl, 2, 3, 415 Interfraternity Council 13, 43. Future: College. Hobby: All good things in life. PAUL SIDNEY ITIRSCIIBERG "Herkv 10 Hurlburt Street. Entered from Truman. Mother: Hillhouse 1908. Activities: Science Club ill. Future: Princeton University. I-lobby: Stamps. Entered United States Navy. JOHN josizrn PIOGAN "lucky 170 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. WILLIAM JOSEPH I'lOGAN "Billy 8 University Place. Entered from Troup. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Hunting. GEORGE RUSSELL I'IOSlX'IEIl 738 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: junior Red Cross 141. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Merchant Marine. LORRAINE MARIE KEANE "Lorrie" 193 Clinton Avenue. Entered from St. Francis. Activitiesz- Tri-Y 141. Future: Business College. Hobby: Swimming. ALICE ANGELA ICEENAN 5 Rowe Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: York Square Players CS, 415 Senior Executive Board Altemate f41g Swimming Team 141. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Walking and rcad- mg. Lo1uxA1NE RITA KELLERT qw K A GLOHUU 350 Bellevue Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery f21. Future: Vanderbilt University. Hob- by: Collecting records and dancing. MARGARET F RA 'CES KELLY .Tag J., from cs Swimnun g De St -e . n . H - 1. : ' ' f115 'IZ-L 1, 21:4 Vice President - ' lul '71, A 1 y 21: Red C J 1 r : ' g . IK, : Uni es' 0 1ec obby: Choi f in TCF ure Sk: 'ig an cl. ic g. Vmix El'IlX'IA KENNEDY E A "Vicky" 550 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery QQ., 31. Future: College of Pharmacy. Hobby: Sports. V ex. 1 -E J k e,,5:.:..:e -. , f ... I sir' fu- 1 . big 2 . . I it E t an . an 4 ...J - B 1 i 'I li k b ,It li U .?'.ff . , uw, f r 1.2, K .t Iv: K fe ii, , A we 532593 Q N. sf F 5 114 ELEANOR WEsTBnooK KIlNIB13LI, AEP.- 8l4 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1920. Activities: Chorus CZ, 3, 41: Symphonettes K41. Future: Pratt In- stitute. Hobby: Music and art. BESSIE ALLIEDA KIRKLEY E A A-Bef, 42 Admiral Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus f2, 3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Bicycling and music. M Vmc1N1A ROSE KNORIS "Ginger" 620 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Photography Club f41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. SHIRLEY LILLIAN KOEHLER "S Iliff, 272 Exchange Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Bowling Team 1214 Chorus f2, 3, 415 Senior Ex- ecutive Board C41. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. ANNA MAE KOEPKE "Blon.clie,' 142 Putnam Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chorus f31. Fu- ture: Coady's Academy of Beauty Culture. Hobby: Swimming and dancing. DANIEL FRANCIS 1'1O'SVARD A I E "Dann 1285 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: junior Red Cross 121: "Gleam" Editorial Board 131: Public Speaking Prize 131: Editor-irv Chief of "Gle:un" 141: Community Chest Speaker 141. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Sports. LAXVRENCE LOCKVVOOD HUBBARD A A A 2 fcllarryv 117 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: Chess Club 1813 Interfra- ternity Council 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Piano and radio. IRA GEORGE HIUBBELL A 2 K resin Amity Road, YVOodbridge. Entered from WVOoc1bridge Center School. Father: Hillhouse 1915. Activities: Track Team 1113 Football 12, 3, 41: junior Executive Board 131: Trea- surer of junior Class 131: Iunior Red Cross 13, 41: Treasurer of Senior Class 1411 Future: Naval Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. WILLIANI PETER HUGO "Pm-ki' 51 Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: junior Executive Board 131: Assistant Manager of Football Team 131: Manager of Spring Practice 131: "Gleam" Busi- ness Board 141g York Square Players 141. Future: Lehigh Uni- versity. Hobby: Flying. BERNARD MEYER I-IUROWITZ "Bernie" 50 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: VVOrld Affairs Club 121: Football 1215 Swimming 12, 31. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. i . eff. s as E Q. -m sg- E NICHOLAS IOHN IADONE "Iodine" 991 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Music. GEORGE SAIXIUEL IDE 14 Green Hill Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: French Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Ping pong. SHELDON ARTHUR INKSTER "Shellyv 162 Scranton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. 121. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Hunting. LEVI ALEXANDER JACKSON rcjackn 85 Rock Creek Road. Entered from Branford. Activities: Baseball 131: Track 131: Basketball 13, 41: Captain of Football Team 13, 41. Future: College. Entered United States Army. ROBERT ALAN JACOBS .fB0b,,- 427 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Boating. DOROTHY BARBARA KOEILEII "Koke,' 566 Townsend Avcnue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Prize winner in Biology Contest f21g Vol- ley Ball Team C213 Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 41: Softball f31g Basket- ball Team CB, 415 Field Hockey Varsity Team f41g WVar Bond Com- mittee C41: "Sentinel" Business Board C41. Future: Presbyterian Hospital. Hobby: Outdoor sports. .fF I Doms Leorgrueaa KO:SLX'N I f 1' 5. 'L .. -flf'N 'lD02l6v' 6 n , f, rf,-f , ' if f' .ii ' ' 1 --A1 866 Wliiglicgter Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Adtivities: Softlpsillf C2, 31. Future: X-Bay '?'TCCl1l1lClRll. Hobby: Bowling anhfice skating. JUNE IOSEPHINE KROSKY "Blondie" 430 lvliddletown Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Dressmak- ing. Hobby: Dancing: . BEATRICE THELMA Llxnowmrf KB? 3, 51 'orgD'Stre J c 'rom .i r ctivi l: '1 b Q41. fi ze rc ri. by: Dan un . -, . A IEAN NIARYOLA LACY 299 Lenox Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross 4234 "Elm Tree" Art Board 443. Fu- E ture: College. Hobby: Oil painting. Louise FIWZQS Larxfi-111'ANco I froi ange Ce 'r Scliool, Activi- tie : ' ournainent f21g C 0 s 131' I ui Red Cross C41. ure: arson junior College. obby: Reading and bowling, E fb E . Tyler it acl range. Entered Bo 1 BETTY LAPmEs H E H "Siren 120 Bellevue Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1913. Hillhouse 1914. Activities: Editorial Board 12, 3, 41: Sports Council 12, 315 Field Team CQ, 315 Basketball erm 12, 415 Volley Ball Team CZ, 315 Table Tennis Tournament 12, 3, 41: Tennis Tournament C315 Secre- tary of Girls' Sports Council K41. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Scouting. ANTOINETTE ELIZABETH LAUIJANO "Chula" 124 Main Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. f21. Future: Fanny Farmer's College. Hobby: Cooking. - BARBARA BIARTHA Lizmnmx HBOH. 313 Fountain Street. Entered from -Sheridan. Activities: Prize winner in the Fire Prevention Essay Contest C215 Archery Tournament QZ, 81: Prize winner in League of Nations Contest 131: French Club Q41, Fu- ture: WVelles1ey. Hobby: Art. WINIFIXED NIARY LEMAY "F1'e11chy" 724 Congress Avenue., Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Chorus CS, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Photography. ALBERT MICIIAEL JARVIS "Bert" 211 English Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nnvy. Hobby: Bowling. SEYBIORE LLOYD IERUSS qi 13 "Spruce', 1345 Chapel Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Band KZ, 3, 425 Orchestra C315 Interfrnternity Coun- cil 012. Future: College. Hobby: Music. EDWVARD VVALTER IIOHLIXIAN "Eddie" 74 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Stamps. ' BOOKEII VVASHJNOTON JOHNSON 39 Spruce Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track Team UH. Future: College. Hobby: Photog- raphy. CLARKE BEEOHER JOHNSON "Sam" Johnson Road, Bethany. Entered from Bethany Community School. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Barn dancing. is gsm .gags n e we is T52 as E E H me .QW , Q Qiw is. was 'fee - rr n me an We e -m m me has sf me rr: is .IE :gmail xiimm E xi e aes n FREDERICK JOSEPH aloe,-w 103 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Franklin, and Marshall. Hobby: Swimming. MJXRTIN KAIXIIN Y A qs "Killef, A 537 Orange Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Novn Vita Club C235 Spanish Club if-ij. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Athletics. ALBERT KAPLAN cccapv 40 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Science Club fljg S.A.B. fllg Vice President of Biology Club C2Jg Track Team 12, 313 "Sentinel" Business Board 12, S, 43: Treasurer of. Photography Club ISD: Cross Country Team 185: Cheerleader 135: Motion Picture Club C435 Photography Club C4J. Future: College. I-lobby: Sports. PIABOLD KATZ qu B "Pussyv 182 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Bil- linrds. ALAN BRENT KATZE ..Red,, 82 Read Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Future: College. I-lobby: Coin collecting and photography. ADELYNE LENZI f.Bet-ty., 181 St. John Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Bowling 121: Basketball 121: S.A.B. 121: Junior Executive Board Alternate 131: York Square Players 13, 41. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Listening to good music. NANETTE BEATRICE LEV II E H "Nan7' 488 Whitney Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 121: Volley Ball 131: Chorus 141: Junior Red Cross 141: Senior Executive Board Alternate 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing. CHARLOTTE JEAN LEvEN1Tz "Charly 42 VVl1al1ey Avenue. Entered from Crosby High School. Future: Colby College. Hobby: Horseback riding. ARLENE S1DNA LEVINE H E H frihvv 72 Oliver Road. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: Basketball Team 12, S15 Social WVork 12, 3, 415 York Square Players 13, 415 Spanish Club 141. Futu1'e: College. Hobby: Driving and music. BERNICE LEVINE qs 2 rp "B-lnmgf' 85 Anita Street. Entered from WVest Haven. Activities: York Square Players 13, 415 Archery Team 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. :ze- s 2 s x 5 , lvtk W e vita 'see IEEE W B . 'Y'- HJ: nf ---- If W Ez' . weft: . : ,:,...:..:.: .. - E sn cs, 58.51. bg. ...,. . .. Bi :ees W HMS zz T? -an we .A 118 0 X :Ze RANGES ROSALIND LEVINE "China" 28 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Field Hockey Team 12, 315 Swimming Team 12, 315 Photography Club 141: York Square Players 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. I 'E V095 Xfxgsi law N YETTA Levi ' "Yet" 831 Grand Avenue. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Red Cross Club 121: Chorus 12, 3, 41: Secretary of jewish Hi-Y 141. Future: Pratt In- stitute. Hobby: Music. Lois NIAXINE Levy qs 1K A aL0,: 89 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Art Club 121: Swimming Team 12, 3, 41: Spanish Club 141: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sketch- ing and music. EULA LEVVIS qw 2 "Dutch" 69 YVcst Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Aviation. Hobby: Embroidery and horseback riding. PAULINE BETTY LIGUOBE "Pt1ula,' 792 Russell Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Roller skating. THOIMAS FRANCIS KAVENEY A 1 E 548 Orange Street. Entered from St. Francis. Activities: Chess Club 111: Rifle Club 111: Orchestra 121: Band 12, 31: "G1eam" Editorial Board 131: "Elm Tree" Editorial Board 1415 Associate Editor of "Glenna" 141. Future: College. SHERIXIAN MOHTON KEGELES S2 A UKEZU 1926 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Band 12, 3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting jazz records. GEORGE FRANCIS KELLY 83 Sheffield Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Vice President of Hi-Y 131. Future: College. Hobby: Stamp collecting. DONALD WARD KELO ccD0nn 1027 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 41. Future: Mari- time Service. Hobby: Sports. EDNVARD THOIVIAS KENNEDY ' "Tecl', 191 YVillow Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Mother: Hill- liouse 1922. Activities: "Sentinel" Business Board 1215 Swimming Team 13, 41: "Sentinel" Business Board Recorder 13, 41: Cheerleader 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming and baseball. EW 119 I'1UGI-I ANTHONY KENNEDY, JR. 88 View Strcet. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Baseball 121: Varsity Football 13, 41: Varsity Track Team 13, 41: Co-Captain of Track Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. - RICHARD DEAN KENNEDY A I E "Dick" 325 McKinley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chess Club 121: Track 121: Cross Country Track 131: "Sentinel" Business Board 1313 Assistant Manager of Baseball Team 131: Editor-in-Chief of "Elm Tree" 1415 President of Plxotograpliy Club 141: German Club 1413 Manager of Baseball Team 141. Future: Engi- neering. Hobby: Numismatics and photography. ROBERT FRANCIS KENNEY 37 Truman Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Senior Ex- ecutive Board 141, Future: Unde- cidetl. Entered United States Navy. GORDON WILLIAM KERR 56 Mansfield Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141: Red Cross Council 141: "Gleam" Editorial Board 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Swimming. JOHN JOSEPH KING "Red" 269 Humphrey Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141: "Elm Treev Art Board 141: Junior Red Cross Council 141: Varsity Track Team 141. Future: United States Marines. Hubby: Sports. CHARLOTTE MAE LINSLEY "Clza1'l,' Twin Lake Road, North Branford. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Skating. ELEANORA AMY LINSLEY "A-nzyv Twi.n Lake Road, North Branford. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Art and collect- ing souvenirs. JULIA ANTOINETTE LONGOBARDI "Patsy', 313 Dixgwell Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Baseball Team f2jg Orchestra f4J. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Sports and music. ELIZABETH MYRTLE LOVE E A "Betty" 280 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Booker T. Washington School, North Girolina. Activities: Chorus CS, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting phonograph records. EUNICE Lo1u1A1NE LOYVELL "Sln'in1.79,, '78 First Street. Entered from Tru- man. Activities: Junior Executive Board QSJ. Future: Designing Col- lege. Hobby: Dancing and sports. , as we V . V.. 1 " .s ' "" 1. .gl 5 ii "gf" A Q U :N e . . G1 x fm v.. 4 4, ig Q 1 'I f. .w.-:ge , . t.. . .. V i .y- l-fc.:-.: : .xx I '- 'T-S? r' 'S+ misss SHIRLEY RUTH LUDEN qs S, 158 Ocean View Street. Entered from East Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. Rose LORETTA LUPO ::R0 as 258 St. john Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: National So- ciety Colonial Daughters Certificate C174 Epsilon Nu Sigma Prize ,in English C 1 J . Future: Business. Hobby: Music and writing. NIADELINE ALICE LUPOLI c:Mlll,, 296 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Truman. Father: Hillliouse 1920. Activities: Motion Picture Club 12, 3, 47: Bowling Toumameut 437. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Movies and sports. RITA ELIZABETH LYNCH qi A 5 "Retev 19 Cottage Street. Entered from Lovell. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming and dancing. JANICE IVIACNIURCHY Mac' 1940 Chapel Street. Entered from Yonkers High School, New York. Fu- ing and music. 2 I ... A A A7 , ., 1:7 Z: I I A I f i n I N ' 5 s 'S N 1 L '-...G WE: -, Q 'fi ,Ll " V ' . Wil " : :T N 3, . ,,, ,: PM I' ,: . W L , q- I - M' gm ft' ture: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Ice skat- ., ., , ks F : A :HZ W Y ... g X xi Q i i- . iii A- , A s 1 S Q W T 0 .. fs is r, , F 1 3 i. -., f Q , li " i -4 DANIEL BERNARD Kmnr tr "Dan" 150 Grafton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Military Service. Hobby: Football. STANLEY GEORGE KLEDARAS "Greek" 783 Orchard Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Basketball. , EDWVIN SHAWV KLINKHALIER "C'utty7i llllkn 50 Concord Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillbousc 1924. Future: Coast Guard. Hobby: Boat- ing. JOHN SEBASTIAN KRUKOWSKI ff ,, johnny 18 Summer Place. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 127: Varsity Football 43, 45. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. BERNARD LOUIS KUKLINSKY Q A "Zeke" 128 Canner St1'eet. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Rifle Club fllg Chess Club fl, 2lg Band fl, 2, 3, 415 Orchestra fl, 2, 3, 415 Honorable mention in t'GlCHIl1,, Essay Contest ffilg "Glc:nn', Editorial Board 141: German Club f4J. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Music. me nm is Ewa ... H Ki., 3 .1 . . l . . figs H . . rx Ms e gn an BS if ....... 'W II'-I: H E ea F isting f... H H sawn :Q em ge e 'ee ke em H.. s 535 use 1-I ans gm em H. me mr ru me 1 u me me nu ,Km er-x -is me me 121 em me -em ae 5 I N FREDRIC JOSEPH KUBZWEH. :rRed:: 1320 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chess Club C2, 32: Orchestra 123: York Square Players 13, 4lg Gennan Club C405 Feature Editor of "Sentinel" 011. Future: College. Hobby: Music. EDWARD MARTIN KUZIEL "Pork" 274 View Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business. Hobby: Music and drawing. A STANLEY YCIA "Hal 71" 9 11 e . from Fair Ha if ltu . aftsman. Hobby: Sports. DONALD DEF OREST LAKE ajukev Main Street, Cheshire. Entered from I-Iumiston School. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Hunting and fishing. HARVEY LAPIDES A P 2 nllupv 71 Anthony Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Baseball Team f2, 3, 4Jg Basketball Team CZ, 3, 41: Cheerleader C425 Treasurer-Sec- retary of Interfraternity Council f4J. Future: Brown University. Hobby: Sports. JANICE ANNE NIAIIAN 'Tohnniev 299 Norton Street. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Mother: Hill- house 1913. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Swimming Team 121: Biology Club 1213 Chorus 12, 3, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: Designing. Hobby: Music and dancing. LUc1LLE MARIE MANCUSO "Missy" 27 Miller Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis 12 1 g Chorus 131. Future: X-Ray Techni- cian. Hobby: Dancing and roller skating. CAROLYN LUCILLE MANSFIELD uLynny,, 611 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Futurc: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. JOAN MARIE MARCHASE qs E A 1054 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and reading. JANE RUTH MARETZ II E 11 CfIanlieP5 1495 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1910. Ac- tivities: Tennis Toumanient 121: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Driving. W' 122 DOLORES ROSEMABY MARINO . .CDQZU V 139 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Danc- ing. AGNES MARY MARONEY "As7zie" 284 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 121: Chorus 13, 41: Motion Picture Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Boller skating and dancing. TERESE ROSALIND MfXBOTTOLO 111 E A efTeTryv 621 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 13, 415 York Square Players 13, 415 Class Prom Committee 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Skating and dancing. -RUTH ROLAND l11ARQUIS "Rutlzie', 1334 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves 12, 415 "Gleam" Art Board 131. Fu- ture: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Knitting and reading. ANN MASOTTA 118 Tyler Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Bowling. SALVATORE LASALA K I H asain 618 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE LEE A 21K "Judd" 17 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 111: Hi-Y 111: Captuin of Bowling Team 1215 Treasurer of Junior Red Cross 121: President of S.A.B. 1215 Representa- tive of City Council of junior Red Cross 121: "Sentincl,' Editorial Board 12, 3, 415 President of Junior Executive Board 131: Chaimmu of NVar Bond Committee 131: Class Day Committee Chairman 141: Chairman of Community Chest Campaign 141: Senior Executive Board 141: Junior Red Cross 141. Future: Merchant Marine. Hobby: Photography and sports. SHE.RlNIAN LOUIS LEIBOVITZ cp B "Sherm', 150 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Stamps. EARL GEORGE LEVI "Curley" 72 Arch Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports and baseball. BERNARD BENTON LEVINE Q A "Bernie" 31 Lines Street. Entered from Tru- man. Activities: Chess Club 111: German Cluh 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sailing. - 23 HOWARD ALBERT LEVINE A P E "Howie" 47 Dyer Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Interfraternity Council 141. Future: College. Hobby: Art. GEORGE PAGLIN LEVY 731 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1915, Ac- tivities: Orchestra 12, 3, 41: World Affairs Club 12, 31: German Club 141. Future: College. I-lobby: Music. IRVING LIPSINER Q A "Big I-ro" 835 YVhalley Avenue. Entered from Poughkeepsie High School, New York. Activities: Prom Committee 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and collecting records. :HARRY EDWARD LOCKERY "Lock,' 540 Ehn Street. Entered from Tru- man, Activities: Track Team 1113 Football 121: Varsity Swimming Team 12, 31: Cheerleader 1413 Cap- tain of Varsity Swimming Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Radio. NIICHAEL FRED LOMEARDI "Miken 280 Lenox Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121. Future: Toolmaker. Hobby: Sports. ,V 'I Q, MARION ELIZABETH Mp 'rrnsws tc 166 Henry Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing and reading. NIURIEL MAE MATTHEWS Matt 127 Lenox Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 415 Spanish Club 141. Futurezl Col- legc. Hobby: Sports. MARION TIIERESA MCCUE "Mickey', 2 Dorchester Terrace. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves 12, 3, 415 Iunior Red Cross 12, 313 junior Executive Board 1315 Tennis 1413 Editor of "Elm Tree" Art Board 141. Future: Dress designing. Hobby: Art nnd swimming. ROSEMARIE ANN McDoNoUcII KBOGUI, 28 Daggett Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Tri-Y 111: Red Cross Club 121: Tri-Y 121g Chorus 141. Future: Business School. Hobby: Skating. vb L, 153131 M ABE I-I KATI-IRYN NICGREAL 111 A E f:Betty,.- 87 Hubinger Street. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1915. Activities: York Square Players 13, 41: Chorus 13, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Music. .Q with MARY BRIDGET MCKEON "Mclckey,' 88 Rosette Street. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: junior Red Cross 131. Future: Nursing. Hobby: re rdsl K M1 ,W!cL--- . 1' -Wk, ROSELIARIE MCKIEIKNAN K M 2 1: Ria: 37 Cottage Street. Entered from YVorthington Hooker. Activities: Mo- tion Picture Club 141. Deceased. SUZANNE MCKIERNAN B T- "Suz1f' Ansonia Road, Woodbridge. Eu- tered from WVoodbridge Center School. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Ae- tivities: Swimming Team 1215 Field Hockey Team 131: Motion Picture Club 13, 41: "Elm Treev Business Board 141. Future: Ohio State Uni- versity. Hobby: Swimming. Domus MARIE MCNAMARA B T- r:MaCa: 29 Benton Street. Entered from Sheridan . Activities: Inters orority Coiuicil 131: York Square Players 13, 413 Motion Picture Club 141: Chorus 1415 Secretary of lntersorority 141. Future: Wilson College. Hobby: Girl Scouting. LonnAINI3 TIIERESIK MEDLEY aL O n nys, 510 'VVintlIrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Pharrnncy Cole lege. Hobby:.Sewing and dancing. GABRIEL SHERLIAN Lunov 192 Orchard Street. Entered from Commercial. Future: Undecided. VVILLIALI Iosuvu lNdrXCDANIEL ulwllllv 71 Parker Place. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Motion Picture Club 131: "Elm Tree" Business Board 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. JOHN IHECTOR lVlfXCDONALD ::MaC:: 22 Cottage Street. Entered from Wortliington Hooker. Future: College. Hobby: Sports, DUANE FREDERICK MACFARLAND "Mac" 276 West Hazel Street. Entered from Bassett. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Activities: Orchestra 1215 "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 3, 41: Chorus 12, 31: German Club 141. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Music. GERALD CHARLES NIACGUIRE SCJel'7.yPJ 155 VVest Park Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Father: I-Iillhouse 1917. Mother: Hillhouse 1917. Ac- tivities: Swimming Team 12, 31: Track 121: "Sentinel" Business Board 12, 31: "Elm Trecl' Business Board 1415 Photography Club 141: Be- corder on "Sentinel" 141. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming. LEON STANLEY MANDROW "Cl-intl' 89 Plymouth Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Skating. NICHOLAS lXdANCINI 846 Orange Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Band 12, 3, 41: Orchestra 121. Future: Navy. Hobby: Music. GonDoN DONALD MANNIE 163 Fitch Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141. Future: Amied Forces. Hobby: Horseback riding. LAXVRENCE ROBERT NIANONI A Q II - "La1'1'gf' 21 Sylvan Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: I-Ii-Y 121: Nova Vita Club 121: Vice President of German Club 131: Cross Country Track Team 141: "Gleam" Editorial Board 13, 41: Rifle Club '141. Fu- ture: Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. Hobby: Model building. ARTHUR RICHARD MARDOIAN . 1: AT ts, S6 Maplewood Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chess Club 121g Football 121: Varsity Football 1415 French Club 141: Astronomy Club 141. Future: Rensselaer Poly- technic Institute. Hobby: Golf. W I llI2'!fZff 4. ,f no N ' if 'M ,, i ' V' ff' ldiiiillletl ROSEINIARY PATRICIA NIELBOURNE upattyv S0 Douglas Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery C41. Futiuc: College. Hobby: Collecting records. NIARGUERITE ANN NIERCUGLIANO "Margie" 299 Valley Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 121. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. ANNA ANGELINA NIICCD "An-nv 25 WVilliam Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus 12, 3, 415 Italian Club Cl, 31: Basketball 121. Future: Business School. Hobby: Sports and music. . THEODORA MICHAEL "Teddy,' 675 Quimnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Tri-Y 0313 Chorus 13, 41. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Music and dancing. LOIIRAINE HELEN MIKOLINSICI "Micky', 57 Victory Drive. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1925. Activities: Bowling f21g Archery C21. Future: College. Hobby: Sketch- mg. 'P KATHLEEN JOYCE MILLER GJ P .vayv 70 Concord Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Club f21: Swimming Team f2, 81: Chorus 12, 31: York Square Players QS, 41: Iunior Executive Board 1315 Senior Executive Board C41. Future: College. Hobby: Drinking cokes. OLGA M AIiIE MIIKANDIK "Augie" 15 VVelcoIne Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Photography School. Hobby: Photography and dancing. EMMA ELIZAEETI-I lVlITCI-IELL E A "MiCkey,' 115 Carmel Strect. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball Team C315 Archery C2, 31. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Piano and sports. BETTY Mooms H E If 2098 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Basketball Team C215 Table Tennis Tournament 12, 41: Table Tennis Champion IS1: Bowling Tournament C315 Field Hockey Team f41g Spanish Club C419 Tennis Team 441. Future: Col- legc. Hobby: Tennis. GLORIA LOUISE MORCALDI ...GZOE 721 VS7incl1ester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus C31. Future: College. Hobby: Bicycle rid- ing. CHARLES. ROBERT NIARKHAIXI 52 Judson Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Photography Club 131. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. RICILSBD ARTHUR NIAIIKI-IALI "Dick,' 52 Judson Avenue. Entered from Troup. Father: Hilllxouse 1903. Mother: Hillhouse 1906. Activities: Photography Club 131. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Music. FJIVVIN JACOB MARKLE Y A cp "Tifny', 1475 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Manager of Tennis Team 13, 41. Future: Merchant Ma- rine. Hobby: Sports. DOLIINIC FRANK IXQAROTTI "Dom" 98 Fillmore Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. KURT ROLF MAIKSCIIALL "The H eaclv 17 Douglass Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Nova Vita Club 1215 Track 12, 315 Junior Red Cross 131: Football 13, 41: Senior Executive Board 1419 Co-Captain of Track 141g Junior Red Cross 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. .gm S 'EE ,ee e an ses :wee maybe ss' Sem is 127 ALPHONSE ANDREW MARsIco AAF, 22 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ANDREW FRANCIS MART1N, JR. "A11dyv 36 Admiral Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Baseball 121. Fu- ture: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. MIC!-IEL MAIKTINO, IR. "Mike" 14 Myron Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Nova Vita Club 121. Future: Archeologist. Hobby: Collecting antiques. LoU1s ALBERT MARTONE Lou 266 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business College. Hobby: Dancing and singing. Louis MAsc1AN'roN1o, IR, "Lou" 228 Starr Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Navy. Hobby: Col- lecting recordings. F 1, JEANNE BATTAIVI NIOHGAN 2 A KI' Ps, 201 Starr Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing. AIUANITA LESLE MORGAN 2 A "Nita', 27 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis f21g- Archery C21. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating and dancing. ROSE MAnx' MORGILLO 201 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling Tour- nament f21. Future: Business Col- lege. Hobby: Reading and bowling. 7.1 9? ' ay: . ELEANOR EDNA Moiisisixunc K' - 111,11 1 ' Jimi, 79 Tlogtgf venue. Entered from Robert lton Iunior High School. Actiiyfgs: Junior Executive Board ,C , Iunior Red Cross fS1g Swim- i mg Team C3, 41: Senior Executive Board Alternate C415 Photography Club C41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Photography and sewing. DOIKOTHY ANN Mori' uD0t,, 2184 VVhitney Avenue. Entered from Spring Glen. Activities: Bowling Club C2, 31. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and skating. . .,,.,.. ,. f jig :AM W it Wu.. ' - f" if 355.1 . ' Ns ' fi in mg. , 12 ALICE MAIXY MOYLAN "AZ" . 165 Kneeland Road. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1917. Activities: Girl Reserves CQ, 3, 415 "Sentinel" Business Board 141. Fu- ture: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Piano playing. , - ANNE ELI' A :TH I Rovizc . KAnLly', W 0 Rohe . reet. Entered fi' St. Francis. ctivities: Archer 4-1: ce Slvitnig 3 41 Ju R 4 I '. ' 2, , g ni 1' t r Cross Council CS, 41: York S' re Players QS, 415 "Elm Tree" Editorial Board Q41. Future: College, Hobby: Sports and reading. ELAINE ANNE NIULLANEY aL!1l1C!l,, 857 Woodward Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basket- ball C21g Volley Ball C219 Junior Executive Board Alternate f31. Fu- ture: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and music. MARGARET FRANCES NIULVEY "VVnlly" 95 11Villis Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Soft Ball C219 Bowling Club 131: Girl Reserves KB1: York Square Players 13, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing. FRANCES TI-IEHESA lVlURPI-IY ' nlllll1'17hu 215 Farren Avenue. Entered from St. Rose. Father: I-Iillhouse 1917. Activities: Girl Reserves f21, Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dancing and skating. NicHoLAs MASTRANGELO "Nicky 69 Park Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. JOHN IXOBERT MATTHESEN A 2 K 2025 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Track 131g "Elm Tree" Editorial Board 141: Photography Club 142. Future: Brown University. Hobby: Flying. RICHARD NIATTI-IIES CCDickJ7 I Seymour Road, NVoodbridge. En- tered from Woodbridge Center School. Activities: Chorus 13, 4j. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ERNEST ANTHONY MATTUCCI 115 Clay Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: In- terior decorating. ROBERT JAMES lVlCDONALD "Mac" 178 Rowe Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Nova Vita 12j. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. is nm 2.2 5 H eg E E rms - is is -aus HWS? Msg Q 23 Qu -s 5. Q.. EEE s VVlLLIA1X'I JOHN MCDONOUGH "Bill" Wepawnugh Road, Woodbridge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Activities: Photography Club 141. Future: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Hobby: Amateur radio. LAWVRENCE TI-IOMlAS NICKENNA "Mazen Q 640 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Baseball 11, 22: Soccer 11, 3, 41: Senior Executive Board 143. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. EDIVIOND JOSEPI-1 MCLELLAN cfMaC:, 149 Engle Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Junior Red Cross. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. JOHN BERNARD MClX'lzkNUS f:Ma Cn 289 West Ivy Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports and bowling. ' EDwAmJ Josisrfr-I MCNAIXIAIIA c:Ma Cv 330 West Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 37: News Editor of "Sentinel" 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ADELINE IVIARION Muscnovn 2 A "Mush,' 266 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: NursiIIg. Hobby: Swimming and music. BARBARA NIAY NANN 'A ..B0b,, 12 Leona Avenue, Hamden. En- tered from Spring Glen. Activities: Senior Executive Board 141: Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Skating. Mi fffyiii MARY LOUISE NASTTKI "Mary Lou" 14 Orchard Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Club 1215 Chess Club 131: Italian Club 131: Chorus 1415 "Gleam" Business Board 141. Future: Albertus Magnus College. Hobby: Writing and piano playing. BARBARA JANET NESBIT "BolJbie,' 158 Goffe Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Motion Picture Club 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Sp orts. PATRICIA ANN NODEII ffpatv 90 VVillis Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 13, 41. Future: Business College. Hobby: Dancing and swimming. .JM . : P? 1 if Q 3 P5 I iw ww- ? l - a., g gg , .par-H 1 , "iw 1. .3 r.. 1, has ... H ik BAHBAIQA ANN NOLAN E N 2 GBOIJA 1839 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Junior Red Cross 1315 Secretary of Iunior Red Cross 1319 Vice President of Iunior Red Cross 1415 Class Motto Committee 141: Senior Executive Board 1413 U. S. O. 141. Future: Business School. Hobby: Sports and swim- .e A muig. Dorus LORRAINE NoIIcoTT ..D0:r,, 448 Orchard Street. Entered from Bassett. Father: Hillhouse 1923. Ac- tivities: Chorus 12, 31. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Music. SYLVIA EVELYN Noro qu Q asylu 397 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 1215 Junior Red Cross 121: York Square Players 13, 41: Vice President of Italian Club 1314 Intersorority Coun- cil 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Sports and dancing. GERALDINE ELIzAIa.ejrIfI O'B11usN "Gerry" .141 Clifton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Ice Skating 12, 31: Archery 121: Tennis 131. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. l14ARY VEIIONICA O,BRIEN "Mair" 121 Lawrence Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Swirnming and dancing. GEORGE TI-IOINIAS ll'lCNEIL "Mac" 58 Sea Street. Entered from Tru- man. Activities: Junior Executive Board 131: Sons of American Revolu- tion Award 1315 Senior Executive Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Boating. ALBERT ALAN NIESSINA UAF, 21 Haven Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Piano playing. JOSEPH JOHN h'lETRlCK uf0ll1l'll1lv - 18 Mill River Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football 42, 32. Future: Mechanical Industries. I-lobby: Bowling. DONIXLIJ BENNETL' MEx'Ens A E K 9 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports and travel. Entered United States Navy. I J If Y" ' 'f D ivi H M F-Lf' ',DDLETON, Jn. - 4- ,GE v 149 Dixuicll Agiflllljg. Entered from Bassett. Nioth rzf' ' fouse 1925. Ac- tivitiesj l qs 34 'rmck Teaxntg Q13 5 Choi SKQ4' Varsity Football Team 141' Futu : loward University.'CHobb 1 - new IEIENRY EDWARD MILLER GJ E "Hank the Yank" 2.80 View Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Euture: Army Air Forces. Hobby: Match collecting and avia- tion. AETI-1Un LEROY M i'rcHELr,. 1: Limellsa 106 Lloyd Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: To play guitar in a band. Hobby: Guitar. 94-dldui.. dm GEORGE 101-IN NIONTANO A QD 11 451 Howard Avenue. Entered from WVebster School. Activities: S.A.B. il, 22: President of Science Club ill: Best Foot Forward Club 1225 "Scu- tinel" Business Board C2, 353 Iunior Executive Board 132: Senior Execu- tive Board f4J: Business Manager of "Sentinel" f4l. Future: College. Hobby: Plmtography. ENZO RUDOLPH NIONTESI "H0negf, 635 Washington Avenue. Entered from Truman. Activities: S.A.B. 122. Future: Georgetown University. Hob- by: Bowling. GEORGE DUNISAR MOORE 30 Short Hill Road. Entered from Spring Glen School. Activities: Chess Club Ifllg Rifle Club f3lg Motion Picture Club CSD. Future: Antioch College. Hobby: Music. -lk ANNE KATHRYN O'KEEFE aokev 188 Peck Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 1223 Swimming 122: Softball 122. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. MARGA ETB RY ' B-J: Mc eezrn 1464 Whalley Avenue. tered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery Tournament 1225 Motion Picture Club 132: "C-leami' Editorial Board 1325 Basketball Team 132: Assistant Editor of "Glenna" 142. Future: Un- decided. Hobby: Sports and reading. NIAIIIORIE ELEANOR O,NEILL ' "Mf1f-gif 452 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Activities: Motion Picture Club 13, 42. Future: Albertus Magnus Col- lege. I-Iobbyz Swimming. LHCILLE lVlAIlCUERITE OIIABONA KID E A f:L0 uv K 816 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 122: Bowling Toumament 122: Sec- retary of Tri-Y 132: "Sentinel" Busi- ness Boarcl 1325 York Square Players 13, 42: Chorus 13, 423 French Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Roller skating and dancing. IVIAFALDA MAIIIA ORNATO "Muffie" 87 James Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 1229 Chorus 142. Future: Business College. Hobby: Reading and dancing. , - -- . me rs Q f A , :R as er w 1, ' 2 'N -2 Z My L X' ,, my f f' ' 1-Y ' ,r 't7E?ftT.rr ' . ,ge 'f' .J ,.,,,w, T BARBARA IRENE OsK1Ns "Bobbie,' 536 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Occupa- tional Therupy. Hobby: Roller skat- i.ng. NEIL FRANCES OT'fENB1lElT "NeZZv 90 Overlook Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Captain of Basketball Team 1225 Chorus 12, 3, 42: German Club 13, 42. Future: College. Hobby: Tennis. ELLEN JEANETTE PAGE qw A 5 . NEI., 150 Nicoll Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Ice Skating 12, 42. Future: Business College. Hobby: Ice skating and dancing. VERA TI-IERESA PAGLIARO npennyv 204 Hamilton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Captain of Baseball Team 1225 Chorus 13, 42. Future: Grace Hospital. Hobby: PllOlf0gl'E1Dl'lY. TOSALINE RUBINA PALLUZZI "To0tsie,' Twin Lake Road, North Branford. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Prize winner in Biology Examination 122. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Stamp collecting. . GEORGE NELSON MOORE ..KeZly,, 190 Linden Street. Entered from Belmont High School, Massachusetts. Future: Harvard University. Hobby: Reading ilyweight books with magni- fying glass. Entered United States Navy. ROBERT WILLIAM MOORE ccBOIJ:: 98 Genesee Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Skating. Entered United States Navy. JOHN MORRA 184 Rosette Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Machinist Trade. Hobby: Photography. IOSEPH MORTALI A C9 H "Mort" 74 Daggett Street. Entered from Prince. Future: Aeronautics. Hobby: Baseball and football. Entered United States Navy. IOSEPH JAMES MRAZII-: ffjoev 150 View Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. an nn Hee We ge SEN 1-.ggi '- an en- ,ima 'lift H ... -X L M rvjrn m mi? n n is is 'REE maria is-is 133 l'lAROLD MCDONALD Mvmnlmn "Har1'y,' 167 Cedar Hill Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: junior Red Cross CB, 455 Senior Executive Board 443. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. Rrcr-If-.nn ALAN lVlUNGER A E K an-icky 24 Ridgewood Avenue, Hamden. Entered from Spring Glen School. Activities: Bowling Club fljg Chess Club fl, 2, 89: Rifle Club HSD: In- terfraternity Hockey MJ. Future: College. ' VVILLIAIVI ROBERT NIURPHY MBHZD 129 Hobart Street. Entered from Sheridan. A tiv' ies: Pl. e Cc etry Priz 1 x . 0l lJl6 men 1 slr Prize Exami ation C215 "Santini ' gli 'al Boa 12, 325 Jun ecut' 3 Quill an c. ll Award Q J: O- Editor of "Sentinel" C4J. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. JACK MARCUS N AHMIAS "Big jack' 12 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track CZ, S, 41: Hi-Y 12, BJ. Future: College. ' YVILBUR NANFELD'f frwilr, 109 Hyde Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. JOSEPHINE Mixnm PALMER 611033 A 76 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Mount Vernon School of Nursing. Hobby: Photog- raphy. ELEANOR Rosn PARILLO HEHUM 284 Exchange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nurse Cadet Corps. Hobby: Swimming and skat- ing. MARGUERITE PASCALE . "Peegz1'i 403 Shelton Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Skat- ing and dancing. Future: Bennie School. ' bY5 Cl1Q. '. . I-IELEIEQMI, A rHSON KHGZ, 60 u est ive. Entered from Prince. ni . 1 Team N GLORIA ELIZABETH PECK Q P "Bali, 190 Grand Avenue. Entered from NVorthington Hooker. Activities: Cap- tain of Swimming Team f2jg Field Hockey CZ, 3, 41: Chorus C2, 8, 425 Senior Executive Board C 41. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Swimming. POLLY ANN PECK A A Race Brook Elioack Woodbridge. Entered fro dbridge Center. F ther' 'l use 1917- Mother: Hill- l 9. A 'vitiesz York Squilre 1 GYCIS f - sketball C3, 4U Archery 4 D . Future: Colle ge. Hobby: Sewing. Q IRMA ZELDA Pun in' ' cr ' , ' 1' . 'D fl' " .hi A X 1 fm Q' . 1 v- -il ' 'ntered from avi Fi 1 oll 90' Hobby: an '51 Y' FLORENCE Pniucls "Flo" 285 Orchard Street. Entered from Philadelphia High School for Girls. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Singing. Cnoncm Manny. PETERS "Petey 9 Sheilield Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. QZJ: Ice Skating QQ., 315-Girls' Sports Council CS, 4b. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Ice skating. Rosie MARIE PICCIRILLO "Dreamy" 100 Minor Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Activities: Italian Club 1 1 D. Future: Business College. Hobby: Music and dancing. N naw ALFON - Tru 11" Girard Avenue. 'ntered from Fair Haven ctivities ootbnll 422: sf.. 427, mio: Re lcmss Q2, sp: xluiio xecu ve Board CSM Assistant Manage o ot .ll 'Ifenm 1355 Varsity I key , 42. Future: Col- lege. Ho y: port. - Ronnmr FRANCIS NESDALE f.B0b,, 161 Bassett Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Baseball 122. Fu- ture: Navy. Hobby: Sports. MILTON ALLEN NEVELOFF A P E "Little Milt" 51 Sylvan Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. FRANCIS JAMES NOLAN KFll7'1'Il-61',, 35 Willis Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Sports: Hobby: Base- ball. THQINIAS FRANCIS NOLAN "Tomy 1839 Chapel Street. Entered from Sl1eridnn.,Activities: Svvimming fill. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. E JAMES RALPH Noncm ffjimn 1 70 Wolcott Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Mechanics. FELIX Novak "Mossberg" ll Lyon Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball CS, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Ping pong. MICIIAEL Nuzzo up lv 948 Grand Avenue. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Bowling Club QD. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT 101-IN O,BRfEN ..B0b,, 85 Edwards Street. Entered from St. Boniface. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. FRANK EDNVARD OGONOWSKI Home., 248 Nicoll Street. Entered from St. Stanislaus. Activities: Football CZ, 8, 47. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. CIIRISTINE P1ccoLo "Chris" 28 Arch Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Archery C 2 1 5 Bowling C215 Motion Picture Club CS, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling and collecting records. VILNIA Rose PLERAGOSTINI "Lucky', 43 Lancraft Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: VVriting. GRACE PISCITELLI "Peanuts" 71 Lombard Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Italian Club Cl, 31: S.A.B. C215 York Square Players C3, 41: Senior Executive Board C41. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. MARY PAULINE PoDoLsK1 "Butch,' 84 Market Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Bowling and reading. TESSIE POHODA 28 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. Cl, 219 Chairman of Red Cross C21g Mattie Feldman Memorial Award C219 Junior Executive Board C31g Red Cross Representative C3, 41: Senior Executive Board C41. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Reading. . H w F' EZ v , E I Q Q-...W . , R 1 Y- .. W , vip Q ws 2,5 new 'H S -' 7:-'fi-E 1':'..':fEl F5 S 'Ms IN ,-' I lg. RITA MARIE POLLETTA "liken 10 Ann Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery Club C215 Chorus C415 Girl Reserves C41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and read- ing. SYLVIA RUTH PoLLow1Tz usyzv 1497 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Activities: York Square Players C413 Jewish I-Ii-Y C41. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Collecting records. DORO1'I-IY JUDITH POPOLIZIO HDOF, 28 Alfred Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Chorus C2, 3, 41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dancing and roller skating. LAURA MAY PRANDO 126 Oakley Street. Entered from Fair Haven, Activities: Art Club C215 Junior Executive Board C31g "Gleam" Art Board C315 "Elm Tree" Art Board C41. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Drawing and designing. ROSENIARIE ADELE Prusco cp Q "Rockin 65 Lyon Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Chorus C1, 2, 413 Italian Club Cl, 31: Basketball C215 Girls' Sports Council C2, 31. Future: Business College. Hobby: Swimming and basketball. EDWARD JOHN OLESEN 54 Platt Street. Entered from Troup. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered Maritime Service. Rocco ORLANDO, IR. A GJ II uR0Cky,, 153 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chess Club 1215 Class Prom Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Experi- mental electronics. RAYMOND PAIER URUUU 195 Saltonstall Avenue. Entered from Fairl-Iaven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Roller skating. Entered United States Merchant Marine. EDXVARD JOSEPH' PANCZAK f.Ed,, 56 Davis Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Hi-Y 1213 Foot- ball 12, 31: Baseball 121: Varsity Hockey 12, 3, 41g Interfratemity Baseball 131: Interfratemity Football 131: Class Gift Committee 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. EDWARD IOSERH PANTALENA K I TI "Pcmtsv 546 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Art Club 1114 Football 12, 3, 413 Track 18, 41. Future: Dental College. Hobby: Sports. IOSEPH FRANCIS PARCELLA uloev 386 North Front Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Junior Ex- ecutive Board 131. Future: Navy. Hobby: Bowling. WILLIALI Ioserlrr PARDEE "Bill" 80 Atwater Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: "GIeam" Art Board 141. Future: United States Navy. Hobby: Numismatics. OSCAR PARENTE. "Oscar" 140 Lafayette Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: Italian Club 111. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Swim- ming. Entered United States Army. f LUIGI PARHELLA "Weegee,' 324 Grand Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Nova Vita Club 121: junior Red Cross 121: Vice President of Photography Club 1313 "Sentinel" Staff Photographer 1413 "Elm Tree" Editorial Board 141. Future: Professional cinematog- raphy. Hobby: Photography and ily- ing. JAIXIES VINCENT PASCALE 24 Thompson Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: First Prize in Ap- plied Geometry Examination 121. Future: College. Hobby: Piano. MAME ETI-I.EL PUSKA "U1'pie', Derby Turnpike, Orange. Entered from Derby High School. Activities: "G1earn" Business Board 13, 4J. Fu- ture: Nursing, Hobby: Ice skating and hiking. MARIE ALICE RAPUANO "Rapp,' N 32 Monroe Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 1325 Chorus 142: Italian Club 132. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Boller skating. MAIXY RASCATI "Miss Ross IF, 30 Cove Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 14D. Fu- ture: Business School. Hobby: Sports and music. . FLORENCE ANNA RATZLOXV ccFZ0aa 17 Fitch Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Sports. IEMA JUNE READ "I1'm', Great Hill Street, North Branford. Entered from Fair I-Iaven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Dancing and sports. EES- Es sw-as ES 9122 iff I rr smug mms NANCY CAROLYN READY E N 2 "Nance', 173 West Rock Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus 131: Prom Committee 141. Future: Columbia University. Hobby: Sports. JANE RICHARDSON cc D gun 159 Hemlock Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 12, 3, 425 Ice Skating 142. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Collecting records and dancing. ' JEAN o ' 'P Y 3 "Jinx 162 'F ore . eet jg .: rom i aven. Acti hs iff'-orus 12, 8, , York Square Pl' s 13, 435 Girl erves 13, 42: N cretary of York uare Players Future: College. obby: Music. CoNsUELo ROBINSON "C01mie,' 99 Rock Creek Road. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. f N IRENE SPHRLEY ROBINSON "SlIi1'l" 264 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 12, BD: Swimming 13J, Future: College. I-lobby: Swimming. l JOSEPH DANTE PASCALE 57 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Future: University of Connec- ticut. Hobby: Football and hockey. Entered United States Army. RAYMOND JOSEPH Pzxsico fcfiayn B06 Humphrey Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. STEPHEN JOSEPH PATTEN Q ulckv 95 Chatham Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Commercial Artist. Hobby: Art and model planes. LEONARD PEARL Q A "General" 64 Truman Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chess Club 111: Motion Picture Club 1323 Band 1425 Spanish Club, 142. Future: College. Hobby: Playing the trombone. ROBERT PASQUALE PERFETTO :cB0bv 3 Fayette Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Reading. MURRAY PERGAMENT 62 Sylvan Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: United States Navy. Entered United States Navy. GILBERT FREDERICK PEBLROTH Q A . frjazzv 29 Elizabeth Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Orchestra 121: Band 13, 41. Future: College. Hob- by: .Musicf PASQUALE :HENRY PERROTTE 534 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Entered United States Army. ANTHONY RALPH PERSICO t:T0711l,, 142 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Cabinet Maker. Entered United States Army. ARTHUR Jornv PETERSON 'Tetev 54 Hillside Place. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Baseball 12, 3, 4j. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. w MADELYN MAY Rocco . C!Mad5J 65 Hamilton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Roller skating. Rrroim MAE ROCHELLE .. ,, Rho - N Amity Road db e. Edged fro d cge Centexeejllool. c- ti iess Club 5 ork Square Pla ers 13, 4 leanf' Editorial Board 13 5 German Cjyb 141, WVar Bonc Commi Future: University of Co icut, Hobby: Playing piano and photography. JANICE Mzxrue ROMBERG E N E Klaus 343 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Archery Tourna- ment 121: "Sentinel" Editorial Board 13, 41: Girls' Sports Council 13, 415 Chorus 141: Class Gift Committee 141. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Music. AN ONJINA afanv ll 189.x Ki ibcrl ' nue. Entered from St. Pet 1 ctivities: Treasurer of Tri-Y J 2, S, 41: Prize winner in War ond Slogan Contest 181: Moti Picture Club 141. Future: Sch ol of ursing. Hobby: Reading. 'l BE11j1'H'ixyMA131' ,N ROSE rf Wag:-ti' , ll ' ' U N pf- Branford lioarl, o' Branford. Entered fr? aven. Future: College. I-l bby: Outdoor sports. 5 is VUE as ,S . rs rs-ss ra is if r ......., .,:,:,: - fr mn,- Q A Wa 'S S B E E a 8 H I H 1 my 1 as.. V ll ..,. 1 r -'J-s-itsQ.:g:::,L:::.-:-::::f:::5 gyms Qs? uma me Q95 -2 140 PHYLLIS MARION ROSENBAUM H E ll "Phiniy" 514 Norton Parkway. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Ping Pong Tour- nament 121: Junior Red Cross 121: Social 'Work 1215 Archery Tourna- ment 12, 41: Social Work 13, 41: Spanish Club 141. Future: Columbia University. Hobby: Horseback riding and ritlery. s EDITH I'IAltHI.E'I' ROSENFELD CID K A "Erie" 20 Button Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chorus 1115 Archery Tournament 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing. I-IJLDEGARDE BUCHKIN "H ilcl 1 1" 57 Vista Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Activities: Honorary Varsity Field Hockey Team 121: Basketball Team 12, 41: Volley Ball Team 12, 315 Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 41: Cap- tain of Basketball Team 1313 York Square Players 13, 413 Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music and painting. P2 SHLRLEY ANDREA RUDERMIAN .JV HE n Vx, 14? "sm,-V 0 0 LJ 6291 q1Vii1tl1ro !ef 131325 from 'lr 11. ct1v'!'es: Afcli ii5fTour- mme: -, 314 gcial vzrlirke qs, 41: Tenn 1413 Prom. Con 'ttee 141: Pep Club 141. Futurcz' Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Collecting matchbook covers and sports. CAROL ANN RUGGIERO 280 Fountain Street, Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Junior Executive Board 131: Rifle Club 131: Senior Executive Board 141: Class Motto Committee 1415 President of Spanish Club 141. Fu- Izure: Simmons College. Hobby: Skat- ing. PAUL 1'1UBERT PETERSON A E K "Pete" Skiff Street, North Haven. Entered from North Haven Center School. Activities: S.A.B. 111: Astronomy Club 1115 Tennis 11, 8, 41. Future: Collegc. Hobby: Swimming and cat- mg. WILLIAM JOSEPH PETERSON "Pete" 206 VVilloW Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Chemistry Club 111. Future: Air Conditioning. Hobby: Railroading. EDYVARD r11HOllXIAS PIA'rKowsK1 QPU., 181 Hallock Avenue. Entered from Truman. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Swimming. SALVATORE PIccoLo "salt 71 YVater Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: U. S. Mail. Hobby: Music and sports. ANGELO PETER PICONE "Iumb0', 475 Orange Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Football 12, 31: Track 131. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and music. new is H is en E , me Beam is B , ENS em ee an e we me is e is me new me me is me an -e a mn it . at E M -f 25: 1 M 'W Q in Q ti W 1 :QE R it 1. iff. rr 1 -1- t na rr 125: it it f . .--- .- .-: -- E W vm I was x A A f, . 1. .ik . 6,99 ffl I ,I wh ' 13,63 . -. 1 1, icq. W !.. an an an me-E rr rr-E me an EE me em- it is e gm Q. re me me VALENTINO PIERSANTI uvalv 123 Columbus Avenue. Entered from Prince. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE MOIXGAN PIEESON 409 Prospect Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future: Unde- cided. Hobby: Stamps. EDWVARD FRANK PIETROWSK1 "B1'unov 168 Franklin Street. Entered from' St. Stanislaus. Activities: Track Team. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. TEOFIL PILICI-IowsKI 'Tedclyv 2 I-line Place. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army. RICHARD FREDERICK PITE "Dick', 402 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1920. Mother: I-Iillliouse 1920. Activities: Swimming Team 121: World Affairs Club 1215 Hi-Y 1215 Varsity Swim- ming Team 13, 41: C.I.A.C. Cham- pionship Third Place 131g Cheer- leader 1415 Winner of City Swim- ming Championship 141. Future: Yale University. Hobby: Swimming. JEAN IVIABYLOUISE Ruccuzno .. . ,, Ieame 49 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business College. Hobby: Roller skating and dancing. CHARLOTTE CATHERINE RYAN "I1'ish,, . 173 Franklin Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Bowling. NANCY JANE RYAN 'Teddyv 962 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C215 Junior Executive Board C313 Iunior Red Cross C41g York Square Players C41. Future: Pratt Institute. Hobby: Music and art. VIIIGINIA NIARIE RYAN - "Gene,' W1'i it ' enue. utered from erida vities: oxhble Men- tion in oloni : ghters Essay - C- -Y 12, . 415 S 5 Y k quare Playe CS, 415 ep Cl C41' o icture Club C41. Future: ity of Connec- ticut. Hobby: Readin . :HELEN JEAN SABIN "Butch', 191 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus C2, S, 415 "Gleam" Art .Board C2, S, 41: Basketball Team C2, 313 Volley Ball Team C2, 31: York Square Players C314 Chess Club C315 "Elm Tree" Art Board C413 Spanish Club C41. Future: College. Hobby: Art and sports. r W. emi! no l sy-'F' .iw it 'WW SHIRLEY HELEN SACKETT K M E NSi1i1'lv 946 Elm Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery Tourna- ment C3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Skating and swimming. ANGELINE SACRAIVIONE "Angie" 425 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Girl Reserves C215 Red Cross Knitting Club C219 "Elm Tree" Art Board C41. Future: Fashion Designer. Hobby: Sports and music. EVELYN SANDLEB 466 Legion Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus C41. Fu- ture: Undecided. Hobby: Art and drawing. ANGELINA lVlARlE SAN1'os "Angie" 115 Georgianna Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. C21. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Diving and swimming. RITA NIARIE SAUNDERS E N 2 "Sandy" 73 Iewell Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Art Club C215 Chorus C315 Tri-Y C3, 415 York Square Players CB, 415 Motion Pic- ture Club C41. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Designing. PAUL PLUNKETT 879 Central Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. IRVING NIARVIN POLAYES nl-Tun 50 Redfield Street. Entered from Truman. Activities: Chess Club CU: Orchestra Cl, 2, 3, 45: Cemian Club CSD: cKGlC2lll1,, Business Board CSD: Treasurer of Photography Club C4J. Future: Yule. Hobby: Music. ANDHENV JOHN POPOLIZIO X IKPODJP 7 Richard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. I-lobby: Sports. IosEP1-I Pnivro 13 Daggett Street. Entered from Prince. Future: Toolnmker. Hobby: Baseball. ROBERT IXRTHUR Pnlvrr A A 2 .fB0b,, 93 Pond Street. Entered from Orange Center School. Activities: Honorable Mention in Fire Preven- tion Contest Cljg Honorable Men- tion in Physics Prize Examination CSD: Football CBJ. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Sports. :rsy- H fi Sm are is ,ri ii. lm is is it is is e e -1-si Q HR is is is Q . us-xg 5 QE R S27 143 s is as is as its W JOHN VINCENT PYNE 12 Court Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Bowling Team CSD. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. I'l0WA11D Gn1swoLD Qnnvnsv "H 0 wiel' 749 Vtfoodward Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross C3J.' Future: Army. Hobby: Golf and models. JAMES KNOX QUINN elim., 183 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Activities: Motion Picture Club CBJ. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. RoMoLo HUGH RACCA "Romeo" 2025 VVhitney Avenue, Hamden. Entered from Spring Glen School. Activities: Italian Club Cllg Rifle Club Cllg Nova Vita Club C2lg Bowling Club C2J. Future: Navy. Hobby: Football. Entered United States Navy. ROBERT HENRY READ, In. "Hank" 103 Lawrence Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Base- ball C1, 2, 3, 45: Hockey Cl, 2, 33: Red Cross Cl, 21: Vice President of junior Class C353 Co-Captain of Hockey Team C475 Vice President of Senior Class C4J. Future: Dartmouth. Hobby: Sports. VIXVIAN lX1ARIE SAVAKIS ccvilurx 274 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Ping Pong'121g VVorld Aifairs Club 12, 41, "Sentinel" Business Board 12, S, 41: Bowling 12, 31: Baseball 12, 3, 41: Prize winner in Bowling Tournament 131: York Square Players 141. Future: College. Hobby: Dancing and music. RUTH MYRA SAVITT "Ruthie" 60 Alston Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: "Sentinel" Busi- ness Board 1415 Spanish Club 141: Field Hockey Team 141: Basketball Team 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. 1 EINIIXIA SCARANO "Emu 13 Locust Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Dressmaking. Hobby: Dancing. , BA1nsA1m SHinL1sE Scrmnrfisn CIP A 'CD "Balm" 249 Alden Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: junior Red Cross 1215 Volley Ball Team 121: S.A.B. 121: Bowling Team 121: Basketball Team 12, 41: NVorld Affairs Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MARY JEAN SCHLEGEL 19 Frost Street. Entered from Fair I-laven. Activities: Bowling Team 12, 31: Vollcy Ball Team 12, 313 Table Tennis Tournament 12, 41: Field Hockey Team 13, 41: Spanish Club 141: Girls' Sports Council 141. Fu- ture: Junior College of Physical Theraphy. Hobby: Sports. Ronisnrrx Lois Scuix-nsisizn :L E "Bobbie" 174 Beacon Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 1215 Intersorority Council 13, 41. Future: Business College. Hobby-: Swimming. LORRAINE PEARL SCHNUR cp A qw "La-zwiei' 207 Maple Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Tennis Tournament 121: Ping Pong Toumanrent 12, 31: Chorus 12, 3, 41: York Square Players 13, 41: Badminton Touma- ment 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. I-IENRHBTTA PAULINE SCI-IULIACHER :fHan kv 617 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chonis 121 . Fu- ture: Music School. Hobby: Roller skating and singing. .f f 1' Vw V! A ' Citywire 153 Dover Saleh Jfrogffstl Francis. Future: Universit of Con- necticut. Hobby: Swimming. NIARILYN EDYTHE SHEPHERD A A Mother: Hillhouie i ivities: S.A.B. 111: Pi. ti rchestra and Cl ms my 'ask Square Players 13 5 ihorable ifenticf invvgterso- ror Prize Exam in if ish 131: "Gleam" Ediilv Qjbiaard 13, 413 Basketlgwa 1 33, 41: "Elm'Tree', Editorial Board 1415 Archery Team 141. Future: Connecticut College for Xvoinen. Hobby: Sports. Litchfield Tumpiki, Vlfocijaridge. 1 1 JOHN BRENDAN REARDON "Johnny" A 28 Hallock Avenue. Entered from St. Petefs. Activities: WVorlcl Affairs Club X215 Class Prom Committee 141. Future: University of Connecti- cut. I-Iobby: Sleeping and eating. VVILLIAM PATRICK REEVES, JR. A I E .fBill,, Newton Road, Woodlsridge. En- tered from Fair Haven. Father: Hill- house 1924. Activities: Track 12, 3, 41: Cross Country Track 18, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Dogs. ROBERT DAVID REMINGTON "Hemi, 177 Lombard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Dancing. EDVVARD JAMES REYNOLDS "Eclcl'ie" 940 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. ROBERT FRANc1s .REYNOLDS 1 f , "Bunkgf' . W . 17 Stevens Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Navy Air Corps. Hobby: Roller skating. RAYIVIOND JOHN R110 A GD II naayv 434 George Street. Entered from Stuyvesant High School, New York. Activities: Second prize in Italian Examination 1215 Swimming Club 121: Hi-Y 1215 Nova Vita Club 1213 York Square Players 13, 41: Varsity Swimming 13, 41: President of York Square Players 141. Future: Yale. Hobby: Plane and ship building. JOHN RALPH RICARDO K I H allies.- 210 Wolcott Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Basketball 12, 31. Future: Navy Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. VINCENT PATSY RICCA "Vinnie,' I 50 Liberty Street. Entered from Prince. Activities: S.A.B. 121g Junior Executive Board 131: Senior Execu- tive Board 141. Futurc: Undecided. Hobby: Sports. Entered United StatesxArmy., 'JAINIES RICCIO "Ricky 125 Stiles' Street. Entered from F-air Haven. Future: Merchant Ma- rine. Hobby: Model airplanes. ROBERT FRANK RICE KBOH, 94 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army Air Corps. PAULA JANICE SI-IERLOCK "Sl1er'ry', 15 Parker Place. Entered from New York City. Activities: Rifle Club C41g York Square Players C41. Future: Dramatic School. Hobby: Singing and dancing. MARY LYLE SHORE. :cMal'.n, 83 Davis Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Ice Skating 12, 3, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Dancing and sports. ROSALYN SI-IOIIII qs A qw ccB0za: 123 Greenwood Street. Entered from Commercial. Activities: Chorus C415 York Square Players f41g "GIeam" Business Board 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Swimming and ice skating. STEPHANIE IVIARCELLA SIEKIEHSKI "Steve" 22 Willard Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business School. Hobby: Sports. SELNIA RUTH SILVER asel., 1447 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1919. Ac- tivities: Table Tennis Tournament 12, 41: Archery Tounmment fS1g Ger- man Club C41g World Affairs Club C415 Table Tennis Tournament 141. Future: Juilliard School of Music. Hobby: Sports. ,I RUTH GEORG E ' Ima is, 2 Iobart S I. ' ed from Sberidanfw 1-in e : Elm ifteen Art Board 4 . FlltllfQ ft School. Hobby: Driil-gk and sewing. I.- Cbfhb ,ef Af ' r- N gb SYLUKSFLO HRZSKO CK .J 0 ' - Rf U G Krk, .9 9 15 Beers Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. JEANNE WHITMAN SLAYTON A A . uTOnin 120 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1919. Mother: I-Iillhouse 1919. Activities: junior Red Cross C215 Girls' Sports Council 1215 Archery 1215 Chorus CZ, S, 415 Rifle Club KS, 41. Future: Sweet Briar College. Hobby: Skating and swimming. Doms FRANCES SINIITI-I WDOT,-, 527 NVincl1ester' Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Red Cross K41. Futurc: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Basketball and dancing. I'1ELENA GEETRUDE S15-IITI-I "Duchess" 78 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross Club C215 Chorus CS, 41. Future: Virginia Union University. Hobby: Bowling and horseback riding. ll Iosmru RIORDAN ffjoev 282 Shelton Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Track Team 42, 3, 42: Cross Country Team QS, 42. Future: United States Marine Corps. Hobby: Sports. ' l. NICHOLAS Euwrum Romznri . fffzsufzf 187 West ParkxAvcnue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: Yale. Hobby: Piano. Iosizpn JOHN ROBINSON ff 1061, 337 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Music. W1r.L1,xM EDWVAIID ROBINSON "Billv 13 Walnut Street. Entered from Fair I-Iaven. Activities: Football 122. Future: Navy. Hobby: Aeroplanes. Entered United States Navy. W1LLrAM FRANCIS ROCHE, In. "Bill" ' 152 Foster Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Cross Country CS, 42: Winter Track QS, 425 Spring Track QS, 42. Future: Holy Cross. Hobby: Track. S.. an an nm nn ss we -is sw B is is X' we me ES HE? is-are 35543 sing mei :mm nm nn ri an exe me na ss ss E. an ss nun is-as rung we nn new mme- - ...Exe .west ss is 5 ss e nn nm nun m me an an ss an new imma we ss nm an is-ss - rs nn n an use 147 NORIVIAN ROLNICK Q A "Norma 99 Beers Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: World Affairs Club 422. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. ALVIN ROMIANOFF A P E, 267 Cedar Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1919. Ac- tivities: Spanish Club C42. Future: College. Hobby: Photography. Entered United States Navy. ALEXANDER RUBIN Q A "Ruby Ears" 108 Farren Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Spanish Club 142: Band C42. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Swimming and dancing. Sl-IERIXIAN JOSEPH SALOVITZ NS I ,, W 50 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Prize in Cur- rent History f22g World Affairs Club QQ., 3, 425 Spanish Club 142. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Current His- tory. ANTI-10N Y S ALVATI ccIm7J Sn 144 Oakley Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: S.A.B. 122. Future: Naval Aviation. Hobby: Sports. ESTELLE SIVIOLEN ..ESSy,, 17 Dwight Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: York Square Players 13, 45: Chorus ffijg As- tronomy Club C4Jg Photography Club C4J. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Dra- matics. BERNICE SNOXV :Ip IQ A "Bern?' 59 Kensington Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Intersorority Coun- cil ff-IJ. Future: State Teachers Col- lege. Hobby: Bicycle riding. EVELYN ANN SODEELUND ffEUe,, 81 Goffe Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus CBJ. Fu- ture: Dress Designing. Hobby: Danc- ing and music. GE1l1XLDINE SPAGNUOLO ..Jerry,, S60 Burr Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. NANCY Lomsiz Sperm "Shorty', 201 Franklin Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling ISD. M mms ages. Future: Nursing. rlobbyt Dancing. 35? Qs ,fx HWS? its HELEN ELAINE STEFANIS "Elaine" 260 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Derby I-Iigh School. Activities: York Square Players C4Jg Chorus 141. Future: University of Michigan. Hobby: Dancing. NIARION lVIAncArusT STEINER 87 Burr Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery fill. Fu- ture: Business College. Hobby: Col- lecting jazz records. ELLY lVlA1iGAuE'1' STOHL GL' Es, 506 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus CZD. Fu- ture: Grace Hospital. Hobby: Sports and music. ELAINE RUT1-1 STRAKA II E II ccEv 1537 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Activities: Honorable Mention in Intersorority English Examination UBB: "Gleum" Editorial Board C439 "Elin Tree" Art Board f4j. Future: College. Hobby: Painting. Dot 442 Central A' tered from Sheridan. Activi Tennis fill: Archery f2, SJ Nursing. Hobby: Writing letters and sports. JAMES SANSONE, IR. "Muzzy" 182 Foster Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Hobby: Swim- ming. Entered United States Army. er. lim ANTHQN IOHN SiiTAClROCE If 2? Quilted 33'S ens Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Basketball f21g Soccer 121. Future: Physical Ther- apy. Hobby: Basketball. VINCENT SANTAMAURO 10 Hamilton Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. LEROY ALEXANDER SARGEANT "Sergey 136 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Track Team C41. F uture: College. Hobby: VVood- work. JAINIES FRANK SAvo "Ii-mmyl' 21 Fillmore Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 131. Future: Army. Hobby: Bowling. Entered United States Army. WILLIAM SALVATORE SAVO "Bill" 482 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. LEWIS WILLIAM ScAnI1A, JR. A GD II 30 Sound View Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Bowling Team C215 Track Team Q2, 81: Chess Club C315 York Square Players C315 "Gleam" Business Board 131: 'Treasurer of York Square Players 141: Spanish Club 141: Interfra- ternity Council 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Nnvy. :IOSEPI-I SCARPELLINO aj-Oeyn 75 Warren Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: Prize winner in DSK Physics Prize Examination C31. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MARVIN HOWARD SCHAEEER A P 2 u hyv 99 Blake Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Motion Picture Club C-31. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. MORRIS SCHATZ :fMae,i 1255 Chapel Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Swimming Team 42, 41. Future: Business. Hobby: Water safety. IVIARCIA CLARK STRICKLAND A A "Mush,' Derby Avenue, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Mother: Hillhouse 1913. Activities: Riiie Club 11, 3, 415 Tennis Tournament 12, 313 Table Tennis Toumarnent 12, 3, 413 Junior Executive Board Alternate 1313 Tennis Team 1413 Spanish Club 141. Future: University of Connecti- cut. Hobby: Swimming. PIENIRIETTA ANN STRUZEK aI'IOTi1'1:,, 809 State Street. Entered from Commercial. Activities: Girl Reserves 141. F uture: University of Connecti- cut. Hobby: Dancing and collecting records. IM LEY SU Rl 161 + WW bo of cgi il, 136 Sheri . 1 Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling. K.xTnRYN GABRIELLE SULLIVAN K M E :: KIi,, 90 McKinley Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Fatlier: Hillhouse 1913. Activities: S.A.B. 1213 Junior Red Cross 1215 Chorus 18, 413 Badminton Team 141: Basketball Team 1415 Sports Editor "Elm Treei' Editorial Board 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. DORIS BEATRICE SURPRISE NDOIR, 1159 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and skating. we-""" IIARRIET LORRAINE TALAN "Ha1'1'y', 28 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Red Cross 141. Fu- ture: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Singing. Lois TANGRR qu 2 rp ..L0,, 85 Roydon Road. Entered from Lyman Hall High School. Future: College. Hobby: Collecting records. JANIS DUBIN TEITELISIAN H E I1 alan,-, 222 Colony Road. Entered from Sheridan, Father: Hillliouse 1918. Activities: Ping Pong 12, 3, 413 Field Hockey Team 12, 3, 413 Social Work 12, 3, 413 Girls' Sports Council 12, 8, 413 York Square Players 131: Inter- sorority Council 13, 415 Spanish Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Drivf Ing. DOROTHY MARIE TERRACE 111 E A KDOV, 187 Newhall Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Tri-Y 1213 Chorus 1213 Swimming Team 12, 3, 41, Vice President of Tri-Y 1313 Junior Executive Board 1313 York Square Players 1313 Chorus 1313 Prize winner in Intersorority Prize Examination in English 1813 Senior Executive Board 141g Vice President of York Square Players 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. ANN CAROL TIERNEY E N 2 "Squeek,' 87 Townsend Avenue. Entered from St. Mary's Academy. Activities: Red Cross Sewing Club 121g Dra- matic Club 1213 Chorus 12, 3, 413 Girl Reserves 1313 York Square Players 131: Motion Picture Club 1413 Prom Committee 141. Future: College. Hobby: Music. JOHN GEORGE SCI-ILEICHER :fhwkv 114 Davis Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. f21g Varsity Soccer QS, 41: Varsity Hockey 441. Future: College. Hobby: Athletics. GEORGE EDYVARD SOHRECK "Duke,' 244 Quinnipiac Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT SCI-IULTZ ..Bob,, 468 Huntington Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Nova Vita Club C214 Motion Picture Club C81. Future: College, Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. EDWARD SCHWARTZ ..Ed,, 216 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. IJARVEY SCHWARTZ f:Hlls, 216 Winthrop Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. ...E 151 SSRN NORMAN SCHYVABTZMAN M 2 "Norm" 782 Ed gewood Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN WILLIAM SEIPOLD slack., 57 Girard Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: German Club 13, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. JOSEPH THEODORE SEIPOLD .1-IO ev 57 Girard Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: junior Ex- ecutive Board f31. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and dancing. JOSEPH DANIEL SHAKESPEARE, IRAEK ff-Ice!! 1985 Chapel Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Nova Vita Club C215 Basketball 431: Football C415 Class Motto Committee C41. Future: Dartmouth. Hobby: Sports. DAVID ADANI SHAND, IR. 52 Canner Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Future : Ma- rines. Hobby: Aeroplanes. FRANCES TOMASZEYVSIH "Fra-nf' 301 Wallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery 121g Tennis 121: Rifle Club 141. Future: Business. Hobby: WValtzing and swim- ming. GENEv1EvE ROSE TONIASZENVSKI 301 lfVallace Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Dancing and sports. DOLORES MARIE TORELLO GDZZD 489 East Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Business College. Hobby: Singing. LUCILLE TOREF CKLMPJ 57 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Chorus 141: World Affairs Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Fashion designing. HELEN MARY TEAUE qp A E 86 Hubinger Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 121: Archery 1213 Field Hockey Team 12, 315 Tennis 12, S, 41: Skating 12, 3, 415 Class Prom Committee 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. wt 1 E, af.f,,,r1fUJ .. FAUSTINA T REVISANO "Flos,' 147 Greene Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Reading. CLADYS ELIZABETH VENO K M E HD. If, 30 Nicoll Fair Haven. Activities: Red Cross Knitting Club 1215 Chorus 12, 3, 41: Intersorority Council 1315 Class Gift Committee 1415 Symphonettes 141: President of Intersorority Council 141. Future: Kindergarten teacher. Hobby: Eating. Street. Entered from Simi CHRISTINE ADRIANNE XIERHEYEN -qv E "Cl1ri.s'ty', 1266 Stute Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Archery Tour- nament 121: Ice Skating 12, 3, 41g Archery 13, 41. Future: Nurse. I-lobby: Figure skating. THEEESA ANNA VOLPICELLI ai-.een 30 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus . Future: Hairdressing. Hobby: Music and bowling. its GLORIA GEETRUDE VoN BEREN 'GD P ..Gl0,, 105 Alden Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Archery 12, 3, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Skating and swimming. ' 152 IorIN FRANCIS SHANLEY 4:1-ackv 21 Beverly Road, Entered from Sheridan. Father: I-Iillhouse 1920. Activities: Photography Club 432: "Sentinel" Photographer 147. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Photography. DAVID SHEEHAN 77 Ivy Street. Entered from Bas- sett. Future: Toolmaker. ARTHUR SHERAIAN .f A1 -ts, 42 Crescent Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: World Affairs Club UD. Future: University of Con- necticut. Hobby: Stamp collecting. JACK CREENHOUSE SICKLE 153 Willow Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. SIDNEY SlLVERNIAN qi B aside 97 Elliott Street. Entered from Troup. Future: University of Con- necticut. Hobby: Chemistry. 4 JOSEPH ANTHONY SIMEONE .110 ev 115 Ellsworth Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. EDYVARD IOSEPH SKORUPSKI ..Ed,, 5 Eld Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. JOHN EDXVABD SLAVIN flfackil 245 Whalley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Business. Hobby: Sports. MARK RAYMOND SMERNOFF YAIID 22 Barnett Street. Entered from Sheridan. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Future: College. Hobby: Sports and model building. STEPHEN DAVID SMERNOFF "Steven 71 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Football f2Jg Baseball 127: World Affairs Club 423. Future: Air Corps. Hobby: Shooting :md flying. VIRGINIA LOUISE VORDENBAU1X'I "Ginny" 267 Winchester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Swimming f2Dg Bowling 122: Chorus QSM Ice Skating CBJ, Future: Nursing. Hobby: Ice skating. DOROTI-IY LEE WALKER E, A f.DOt,, 80 YVintex' Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Civil Service. I-lobby: Dancing and sewing. ANN NIARIE WARD " ma gy 9 ls SL et. Enter from u. utur : us Mag- . ll e -I : 'imming and NAT1XLIE FA -I VVABQUXTMN II in head" 3 Wintl J Avent 61-ftered om Tr 1. ' ti : R l SS 127: 0 '51 rk C3, 41g Sp ' b K : ork Square Players f 5 B ' C4J. Future: College. obby: Collecting popular records. V MARY JANE WASYLYK "Wassie" 220 Chapel Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Roller skating. CQ E e . .. , , H - E Q 1 W . H " . If M 'A W H Q .:Ag xV.,. , . .,,.,.. . B E H E zlz E M 1 B Y I lzughzzz gllu ,i H , ... . H H it . 52 . - if Zim I' ' W ' 15: W ii:-"E E ": l. ' i" .- Efifif' , 5, . X 1 . .5:5:, 5 ge e .ii -. L . ........ . .. . . . . . M - is e M H f-- S :.:,::- :ii E 15.53 5 N E . . , S. T - -1- ' -z '.:.:-'- M 7 M ::::.:::-5:-:- M -' : W we ' 1 H H 'Q . .4 1 . f::5f.:::..::: I lm- 1 K W ,i Q51 --:sv :- 2 2 is E - 1 it rf-, - --.- 54 -3 H H . f:?E?':f:5::5:-3-3 1 .. - iii-4. H afzzezizzifgfi':f:1g:ff::Q:ff. af Sig ze. 2: - - we 'I.'. .'i'.?fIIlf..1F'.'Jit ii ,WEEE 35:5Lf2f:?sEs- ' 'E 51'-'FI Ea! :.. .:.:.:. ...V ...EEE .:.f::.:.57.55:-525: Sm 5. Qtr? re - W-:J gs m , -- W . e- ...:..f.g. . game? M ' swim rx rr WM '--..mfu. E H Q. . H H Q . - H Q H rr X LENS Hire Qsggenfe gee 5-my-. 5 154 JANET ALBERTINE WATSON .. . ,, lame 157 Willard Street. Entered from Walton High School. Future: Nurse. Hobby: Sports. JEAN CAROL WEDMORE A A 34 Sixth Street. Entered from Truman. Father: Hillhouse 1918. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Activities: S.A.l3. f2, SJ: Field Hockey Team ffl, 3, 41: Junior Executive Board 437: York Square Players CBJ: Chorus 1325 "Elm Tree" Business Board 142. Future: College. Hobby: Ice skating. DOROTHY ARLENE VVHEELER aD0t,, 119 Downing Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Chorus 13, 41. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: skating. RUTH BARBARA WHITE cb E, qs npoodyv 4 Judwin Avenue. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: .Archery Tourna- ment C2Jg'Vo1ley Ball f2lg York Square Players 13, 413 World Affairs Club 142. Future: Nursing. Hobby: Sleeping. PAULA BLANCHE VVI-IITEMAN "Paulie,' 147 Livingston Street. Entered i' rom YVorLhington Hooker. Future: Radio School. Hobby: Dancing. GEORGE EDWVARD SMIITH 182 Kimberly Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Activities: 'World Affairs Club 121. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. LESTER WOOSTER SIVIITH aL esn 282 Prospect Street. Entered from Wortliiiigton Hooker. Activities: S.A. B, 1115 Rocks and Minerals Club 111: Chess Club 11, 21: Honorable Mention in ENS prize examination in English 1315 Swimming Team 141. Future: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Hobby: Swimming. PIHLIP CLAYTON SMITH A A E "Phil" Oakwood Road, Orange. Entered from Orange Center School. Activi- ties: Rifle Team 111. Future: Ohio State University. Hobby: Ice skating. ELI SOL SOLCOFF ,Q A f.Lyv 22 Harding Place. Entered from Bassett. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Ac- tivities: World Affairs Club 121: Orchestra 121: Band 13, 41: Spanish Club 141: Class Poem 141. Future: Rhode Island School of Design. Hobby: Music. FRANK SPADONI, IR. 21 West Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Radio Technician. Hobby: Radio. Entered United States Navy. ALLAN GORDON SPANG 238 Huntington Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Biology Club 121: Stamp Club 141. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Stamp collecting. BERNARD PAGTER SPEAR "Bern-iev 256 Willow Street. Entered from' VVorthington Hooker. Activities: Rifle Club 111. Future: Art Students League. Hobby: Drumming. WALLACE ROBERT SPENCER A A E 1:-wlallyn h 342 Norton Street. Entered from Troup. Activities: Hi-Y 121. Future: Navy. Hobby: Driving. RICHARD PAUL SPERANDEO "Dick,' . 1059 Townsend Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: George- town University. Hobby: Football. Entered United States Navy. EDXVARD JOSEPH STANFORD .fEd,, 16 Vista Road. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Bowling 12, 31: Cross Country Track 1415 Indoor Track 141: Spring Track 141. Fu- ture: Dentist. Hobby: Collecting stamps. CHARLOTTE LOUISE WIBEEG 119 A E "Clmrl,, Bishop Street, North Haven. En- tered froin North Haven Center School. Activities: Girl Reserves 111: Chorus 12, S, 41. Future: Stephens College. Hobby: Winter sports. FRANCES LESLIE VVILENSKY "Fmnkie,' 263 Howard Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Dramntics. Xu C f E WILLARD K S, ff ' 5' 1cKi A nue. E - Hom f S if I tl Hill ou 1913 c11gws'!Q:?y41, ch 13, 41: Sp nish lub Q1 : " earn" Ecli- torial BNardlT1'4j'fS nnhonettg 14 . Future: Co 55 . Igldlbbyz Sfiirts, X ' Fa : lb - . . other Iil ouse 1 4. tivities- J MARION FLORENCE WILLIAMS "Willie" 48 Pixie Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Tri-Y 121: Presi- dent of Tri-Y 13, 415 York Square Players 13, 415 "Sentinel" Business Board 13, 41. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Skating. SALLY ELIZABETH WILLS agar, 352 WVillow Street. Entered from Branford High School. Future: Cor- nell University. Hobby: Horseback riding. M X .. F42 .Q 2' gi I ' 1 ' 6 ELINOR RICHMOND WILSON "Ellie,' 174 Willard Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: College. Hobby: Swinnning and sewing. PATRICIA Lois WVING 'Tutu 193 Edgewood Avenue. Entered from Branford High School. Future: Designer. Left before graduation. NIARTHA SARAH XVINKLEY "YVink-iei' 679 Chapel Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: York Square Players 131. Future: Undecided. Hobby: Beading. SHIRLEY WITKIN "S hirli' 52 Sherman Avenue. Entered from Troup, Activities: Prize winner in Biology Exainination 121: Red Cross Club 1215 Chorus 13, 41: WVorld Ailairs Club 141: Badminton Club 141: York Square Players 141: Ping Pong 1415 Photography Club 141. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming and volley ball. Doms ETIIELDA YVRIGHT "Dolly" 800 Grand Avenue. Entered from St. Paul's Polytechnic Institute. Fu- ture: Physical Education. Hobby: Calisthenics. STANLEY MICHAEL STABOZYNSKI "S tm", 16 Madison Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Amiy Air Forces. Hobby: Sports. Entered Army Air Corps. ROBERT STEINGAIIT 356 Orange Street. Entered from Dewitt Clinton High School, New York. Activities: Chemistry Club 1315 Chess Club 131. Future: New York University. Hobby: Chemistry. 1 ROBERT GEORGE STOCK "Stagg" 30 Cottage Street. Entered from VVorthington Hooker. Activities: Riflc Team 11 Q: Band 11, 23: Track Team 13, 4jg Cross Country Track 1315 Football Team 147. Future: Mer- chant Marine. Hobby: Sports. CI-IAELES HENRY STOKESBURY IR. "Bud" 1 54 Atwater Avenue, Derby. En- tered from Irving School, Derby. Ac- tivities: Rocks and Minerals Club 11, 23: "Gleam" Business Board 13, 415 Junior Red Cross 131: War Bond Committee 145: Mazinger of "Glcam" Business Board 142. Future: Yale. Hobby: Photography. ROBERT DAX'ID STONE "Stan ey" Bishop Street, North Haven. En- tered from Foot School. Activities: Track 14D. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Army Air Corps. E 1 use sys asm Ewa HSE as ss ss -5 o mme 5--x gif? mes: rx ss mb 157 we Em neun Ei S E ess me HE H Be NB E ss mes use me E or ,.. ms W mx w-os: any me gi om? .ig- git. Q .ri E ss mini mem-1 Hsu ROYCE MCKINLEY STRICKLAND, IR. "Strix" 502 Elm Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillhouse 1918. Ac- tivities: Swimming Team 12, 3, 41: Hi-Y 121. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. GERALD FRANCIS SULLIVAN "Sully" 120 Carmel Street. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. WILLIAM ELIMER SURFACE "Bill" 12 Mansfield Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: Armed Forces. Hobby: Running for track. Entered United States Navy. KENNETH EDWARD SWVANSON "Sweden 27 Downes Street. Entered from Truman. Future: Undecided. Entered United States Navy. ALITIRED NATPIANIEL SYVEENEY 43 Garden Street. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Swimming. FLORENCE BERNICE ZALEWSKI "F Zo 17 si' 88 Clark Street. Entered from St. Stanislaus. Activities: Secretary of World Ai-'Fairs Club 127: Archery 12, 637: York Square Players 13, 47. Fu- ture: Fashion designing. I-Iobby: Fashion designing. FRANCES ADELE ZINIIXIERIVIAN - QFF-g11r.kiev Qt -457 ntral Avenue. Entered from Sheri lan. Iother: I' lions 1919. Activ Lg7g York Square ay s 1475 Spanish Club 14 7 . Future: Marietta College. Hobby: Girl Scouts. PASQUALE TORELLO 88 Greene Street. Entered from Columbus. Future: Undecided. Hob- by: Baseball. i FRANK Louis TORRE uF1'lH'lk,, - 44 Fulton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Aeronautics. Hobby: Model airplanes. JOHN DAVID TRACY 17 Pendleton Street. Entered from Sheridan. Future: College. Hobby: Music. ' in sw- E me un A ru is -is me is-E is sim mi mi me me mama mmm x m vi --fr .W We Z? Wee is is . , CMAQ ei: L E me W -is is B qw. ra W new ' sr-1 me is-ay E, m new E New me xr nw is E is E is H ri . i A is E25 mga at me Eur mn :EE egg mm: if A mem ss is E is El S iq. . 5.25151 Q ,wi E is were ix I E is H . 5: it fi , , E mt E gaf.'.QI:.,.:.' is - 5' . 'H 5 .. ei- H .ea . ,gei- ,,:tiQIfQ...f. 'it-. - Aw - :I:.. 1 H in :iv E E .- E 5 my E nm Arfesq. 158 " i iw .:.::.:::.: ig A' est . Ewan me E ew if f rr H Exe 5 H " E E 9' ag, X xi E A -xg A H H E H f . sf E :A tk E H E H ei 5 -6-. Q Sl 6 S . .. . li H .5 W 55 - . .2 -. is Eg H 3. 7 53335 B '1 - BM Q EE is E B fe 'ti if ,X 'C sa 9 ea it 2-e .. MARIE ELIZABETH ZULLo "Zullo,' 123 Clay Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. Hobby: Bowling and skating., BARBARA JEAN ZUNDER "Babb-iev 87 Division Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Chorus 12, 37. Future: Cadet Nurse. Hobby: Camp- ing. DoNALn JOHN TRAPP c:D0 nn 101 Greenwood Street. Entered from Troup. Mother: Hillliouse 1915. Activities: German Club 137: Presi- dent of Gennan Club 147: Cross Country Team 147. Future: Yale. Hobby: Sports. DARRELL FREDERICK TYSON "Tyson" 19 N. Court, Elm Haven. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Basketball 12, 37: Class Prom Committee 147. Future: Howard University. Hobby: Basketball and music. Y SYLVESTER VALERIANO 134 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy. Entered United States Navy. JACK TALSKY Y A fb "Fish" 821 Orange Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Activities: Ten- nis 1425 German Club 142. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. VINCENT ANTI-IONY TARAGOYVSKI aT'lL1'k,, 102 Shelton Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. JOHN I-IALE TAYLOR 1329 Boulevard. Entered from Troup. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE SELDEN TEYVKSBURY 1 Everit Street. Entered from VVooster, Ohio. Future: Yale. JOHN WTLLIAM 'TI-IOINIPSON A I E ala aku 233 Greenwich Avenue. Entered from St. Peter's. Mother: Hijlhouse 1920. Activities: S.A.B. 122: Swim- ming 122: Football 12, 3, 42: Base- ball 12, 3, 425 Red Cross Council 12, S25 Vice President of Junior Ex- ecutive Board 132: President of Junior Class 132: President of Senior Class 1425 President of Senior Ex- ecutive Board 1425 Hockey 142. Fu- ture: Holy Cross. Hobby: Athletics. LINCOLN THOMPSON, JR. "Flash" Mountain View Road, Cheshire. Entered from Huiniston School. Ac- tivities: Varsity Track 18, 425 Varsity Cross Country 132: Co-Captain of Cross Country 142. Future: Dart- mouth College. Hobby: Sports. ARTHUR STEWART TIINISON f.A1,tv 199 Nicoll Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Junior Red Cross 122g S.A.B. 1225 Soccer Team 142. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. ROBERT PETER T1vEN M E ra Tian 156 Bellevue Road. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: World Affairs Club 122: York Square Players 142. Future: College. Hobby: Photog- raphy. . Evo GIOVANNI TOMEI "Tommy" 12 Christopher Street. Entered from Prince. Future: College. Hobby: Golf. WILLIABI PECK TOMLINSON, JR. "Bill" Amity Road, WVooclbriclge. Entered from Woodbridge Center School. Father: I-Iillhouse 1914. Future: Farming. Hobby: Sports. Anrrrun VAN DER NIAELEN 17 Redfield Street. Entered from Sacred Heart. Future: Merchant Ma- rme. Entered United States Merchant Marine. SALVATORE F RED VECE asalv 135 Franklin Street. Entered from Columbus. Activities: S.A.B. 111. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. HARRY JACK VEHKHEYEN Q3 E "Frankie" 1266 State Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Army Air Corps. Hobby: Archery. RICIHIAHD F1L?.D1z1ucK VIETH aDiCkv 50 Mountain View Terrace, Ham- den. Entered from Spring Glen. Ac- tivities: A. E. Booth Algebra Prize KI1: Chess Club Cl, 215 Orchestra Cl, 21: "Sentinel', Editorial Board 131: Associate Editor of "Sentinel,' C41. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Llsnoy EDXVARD VINCENT, IR. 514 Dixwell Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Future: Musician. Entered United States Marine Corps. E s is H ,as is use nm it E it E Em 5 H Q H s H as-:-is-.1 if-:'-is ans H.: suse is me 0 ERWIN VON ALLAIEN "V0n,' 544 YVincl1ester Avenue. Entered from Bassett. Activities: First Prize in Applied Geometry Examination C 21. Future: Navy. I-lobby: Bowling. DAVID ANDREW VVALKER 140 Howe Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1916. Ac- tivities: Baseball 1215 Soccer C41. Future: University of Connecticut. Hobby: Sports. ARTHUR Ioseprr VVALLACK I' A llf ff A1 ,tn 371 Fountain Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Chorus f21g Motion Picture Club f-21g Interfiu- temity Council CG, 41: Class Prom Chairman Q41. Future: Navy. Hobby: Music. DONALD 1151101112 WVALSH "Donn 135 Grafton Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Swimming Team 131. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. Ioseru WARNER ccloev 187 Saltonstall Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Foot- ball QZ, 3, 41. Future: Musician. Hobby: Music. Entered United States Army. JOSEPH MICHAEL WASZKIEL ffjoeu 26 Mill River. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. PAUL MICHAEL NVASSETII "Moose" 235 Ferry Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Activities: Plane Geom- etry Prize 121g Basketball 12, 3, 41: Football 13, 41g Baseball 13, 415 Senior Executive Board 141: Junior Red Cross 141. Future: College. Hobby: Sports. GEORGE JOHN XVEAVER R. F. D. Litchfield Turnpike, Woodbridge. Entered from Troup. Future: Navy. Hobby: Sports. Entered United States Navy. GEORGE WEINSTEIN Y A qs ffcorkuv 133 Vista Terrace. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: S.A.B. 121g "Sentinel" Editorial Board 12, 313 Sports Editor of "ScntinelU 141. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. IOSEF ADLER WEINSTEIN Y A qi njoen 143 Cottage Street. Entered from Worthington Hooker. Father: Hill- house 1916. Mother: Hillhouse 1920. Activities: Band 11, 213 Senior Ex- ecutive Boarcl 1414 Spanish Club 141. Future: College. 'lil' GERALD DALTON WELCH A I E "Red Bulb" S6 Cherry Ann Street. Entered from Bassett. Activities: Varsity Foot- ball 13, 41: Interfraternity Council 13, 41. Future: University of Con- necticut. Hobby: Sports. CHARLES IJENRY VVHELAN 1 "Chuck" 11 Young Street. Entered from Sheridan. Activities: Varsity Basket- ball 12, 81: S.A.B. 121: Iunior EX- ecutive Board 1319 Varsity Football 1415 Captain of Basketball Team 141: Senior Executive Board 141: Class Gift Committee 141. Future: College. I-lobby: Sports. RONALD DOHERTY VVILLIAIVIS "Dy-namoi' 280 VVha1ley Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: Soccer 12, 31: Basketball 12, 3, 415 Baseball 12, 3, 41: Red Cross 131: Co-Captain of Soccer 141: Treasurer of Spanish Club 141: Cheerleader 141. Future: Duke University. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT BRUCE VVOODIN "Bob" R. F. D. No. 1 Seymour Road, NVoodbridge. Entered from Nauga- tuck High School. Activities: Track Team 131. Future: Naval Air Corps. Hobby: Model airplanes. 1 LAYVRENCE GREGORY WVRENN 4111012111-d, 202 Maple Street. Entered from Troup. Father: Hillhouse 1908. Ac- tivities: Hockey 131. Future: Col- lege. Hobby: Sports. T HOMAS MEJXD WRIGHT t'Tom." ' A Grassy Hill Road, Orange. En- tered from Orange Center School. Father: I-Iillhouse 1914. Activities: Rifle Club CID: Swimming Team CS, 41. Future: College. Hobby: Horses and sports. GEORGE YAIUJLEY "N. P.', 138 Cherry Ann Street. Entered from Bassett. Future: U. S. Navy. Hobby: Sports and shooting. V JAMES EMOBY YATES njiqnv 80 Howe Street. Entered from Plant I-Iigh School, Tampa, Florida. , Future: Navy. . Entered United States Navy. JOHN Louis ZACKS - ' "S peeclv 39 Pardee Place. Entered from Sheridan. Future: College. Hobby: " Golf and photography. NICIIOLAS ANGELO ZANIPANO "N ick 61 Clinton Avenue. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: Engineering. Hobby: Sports. Fiusn PAUL ZARNETSIGI A I E "Bun" 195 Boulevard. Entered from Tru- man. Activities: Swimming Club 127 Future: U. S. Navy. Hobby: Sports. ROBERT IOSEPH ZEOL1 ..BOb,, 28 Manilla Avenue, WVoodbridgo. Entered from William H. Wamer School. Activities: Baseball f2J. Fu- ture: College. Hobby: Sports. DORATO NIARTIN ZITO 452 Poplar Street. Entered from Fair Haven. Future: College. PAUL IVIANTIIEY ZORN, In. 5 Trumbull Street. Entered from Sheridan. Mother: Hillhouse 1921. Activities: Stamp Club C315 Rifle Club Q4Jg "Sentinel" Editorial Board 141. Future: College. PASQUALE VINCENT ZULLO apatv 351 Shelton Avenue. Entered from Troup. Activities: S.A.B. f2Jg Red Cross 127. Future: College. Hobby: Music. X,-. an ms nw gsm a mn Hlawg v an ISK'-.F-' HZ WHA na" was 5 L, EH 3 E RTS Z- mwisfig. Q 5 my M W ima mnwfipe-. a a we sw-ss mg was , H H E :PS- H ms mm 'ss mln sf ss mm H- a mu ww ,X fa If 5 ima' V B 51 ng . - ss Eiga gf 32 gig. f .. E swf ,f 'vm 5 H H B 'pu Q . H . a 5 ss 1 Km K 5, 163 ,1- ss fx Q. N . N E sf a F: mn- mm Em 3 M a B-fm sf u rf Eg Aw awww ss Wm - wwf m ss Vivian - W sa ala K : vm E find H R .Nw x ss ss EEE m mn Q mn nz mn an as H . 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Doff, O'Neil, Pagnam, Lipsher, Tiernan, Jackson, Hurley, Flynn, Lipofsky, Basserman, Meclalie. Croog, I-Iibbarcl, Thompson, Borden, Sal, Tobin, Philbin, F erreno, Sperry, Ger- maine, Castellani, Daly. Katze, Mongillo, I-Ievrin, Foley, Basel, Amatrucla, Oppenlieim. 171 "Gleam" Editorial Board 2nd row: Hackett, Manoni, Ken, Kuklinsky, Rochelle. lst row: Willard, O'Nei1, Howard, Kaveney, Shepherd, Struka. ll I I I h Gleam Business Board 2nd row: L. DeCerbo, Puska, DiFIl1l1CCSCO, Hugo, Parrella, Suvati, M. DeCe1'h0. lst row: Gagliardi, Shorr, Stokesbury Cmanagerl, Greenhouse, Zimmerman, Nastri 172 "GIeam" Art Board 2nd row: Sperry, Tone, Minutello, Kaplan, Horst. Front row: Morgan, Harten, Beattie, Sabin. COLUMBIA SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION Medalist: Gleam, 1939, 1944 Elm Tree, 1942 First place: Sentinel, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944 cieam, 1937, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943 Elm Tree, 1943, 1944 Second place: Sentinel, 1935, 1938, 1939 Gleam, 1935, 1936, 1938 Third place: Sentinel, 1937 Fourth place: Sentinel, 1936 NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PRESS ASSOCIATION All American Honor Rating: Gleam, 1937, 1933, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1943 First Class Honor Rating: Sentinel, 1937, 1938, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943 Cleam, 1940 Second Class Honor Rating: Sentinel, 1939 Elm Tree, 1942, 1943, 1944 173 -"Sentinel" Editorial Board , 3rd row:' Lee, MacFarland, Kelo, Shanley, Zorn, Bellin, Cuddy, Rho, Parrella, Zncl row: Romberg, Lapides, Callinzm, Hughes, Kurzweil, McNamara, Levy, Bowe, DelGreco, Bainton. - lst row: Gans, Cochrane, Murphy Qco-editori, Clark Cco-eclitorj, Vieth, Crosby, Weinstein. "Sentinel" Business Board w R 2nd row: Orabona, Daley, Caporale, Kohler, Etzel, Abrams, Moylan, Savitt, Fallon, Williams Chauser. , , lst row: Kennedy, Savakis, Montano fmanagerj, Colleran, Coiro, MHCGUIIC. 174 ar nm ww nn' , mn ss x ss mms uma ms mn mn wa ss E ss nm ...fl 5 zz gm ws-may-:g m Ms wig EEE., WEE' ' BBS-E m .. 1, .0 Y mn ss-mx-H' ss SMH 3. 1, xx? iv ,gms M. ss ss a - px Xa rx awn- w --.- EAW- ew Nam as mn ms ss a w mms mu ss ms sm ms fa a m. si 432 : Q H1 a 'L -mn ss s 175 ms nw 'ma x ms ss mn mags ORGANIZATIONS wn ,v Imax xl -Mfg Emi H H N. V fd or Char 0 UI ul 5 Q M G., GS P -.-4 Z 5 CD :J on ,-1 'U C1 G UJ O.. E 5 rn -.-4 5 cv 1-4 P' .-4" E5 E O -- O -w -aa O 1-4 G5 'S' 4 rn S' f G5 Q E5 4-v -u CD Z O Q-1 1-1' as 'TJ cu .S 5 L UD D' C El O Q -if 2 C as ,-. C G cn S an 3 c: 3 o Z' QD -.. Fr: 3 o I-I E IN on .1- C ... E E L: E .2 U3 -A-I U "' 5 5 5 '-1 G5 .Aa o n 3 M m S5 2,5 5' an Q 2 A I-4 0 O 2 Ad. LD O :A 'U cs P-1 on A S3 UI n-4 E L' L B1 5 o E, .2 2- EI - LTJ 3 . 5 5 C 'S Q. fs Z U Z, 5 2 C-' an N' LI E E F D F33 , Na -S 0 2' 'Q C1 a O : . H QD T-13 .E S 3 ... 5, .Q Q 5 0 'E 7 Q 7- O V M L4 :A .En C' 5 2 ,Z cn o fp O . " V1 5.53 5 s: -JJ :U F' --4 i-4'-4 E352 wie. Q A55 Q 3 :VE Q O KCC QCIEM 3 3 O C 5-1 5-1 65 -:C no un ner, Love. 4th row: Mrovec, Brown, Schnur, Shorr, Kelly, Bartolucci, Veno, Pagharo, Nastri, Augur, Prisco, Fischer, Torff, Stefanis, Wiberg. 3rd row: Silver, Niichael, Genovese, Casner, Tierney, Brenner, Bromberg, Blume, F isco, Bernstein, Matthies, Lev, Diglio, Cunning- ham, Da ey. 2nd row: F redericksen, Graves, Begg, Hoadley, Ottenbreit, Halpin, Gallagher, Robinson, Fenton, Hogan, Ambagis, Romberg, Ber- man, Cohen, Gaglia di. lst row: Willard, Carlo, Mahan, Slayton, Sherlock, Geiger, Kimball, Deveneau, Tracy, DeGapua, Hitchcock, LeMay, McNamara. H Hillhouse Symphonettes 3rd row: Frederickson, Garrity, Willard, Silver, VVitkin, Ackerman, Kimball. 2nd row: Torff, Bartolucci, Begg, Carlo, Brenner, Gagliarcli, Riello, Romberg, Headley. lst row: Bailey, Casncr, Simpson, Pierson, Graves, LeMay, Verheyen, Nastri, Fischer. CHORUS The Senior Chorus of Hillhouse High School has had a year of highly inter- esting and unusually inspiring experiences. This year the Chorus has participated in most of. the school assemblies. In addition, the Senior Chorus, together with the Iunior Chorus, represented Hill- house at the Choral Music Festival held in Woolsey Hall on' April 11, singing "Dawn," an Indian tribal melody, "Turn Ye to Me," a Scotch folk song, and "Forest Dancei' by Delibes. ' , Some of the members of the Chorus sang "Ballad for Americansi' with M1'. Harry Hadley Schyde, soloist, at New Haven's annual Young People's Concert. This ballad was repeated in a broadcast over WNHC as a tribute to our late President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. At Christmas time, those members who were free sang carols for the Board of Education and for Mr. Walter Malley. This group also sang carols in hospitals and in the school halls. r Q Twenty-six girls were chosen from the Senior Chorus to comprise the Hill- house Symphonettes. These girls sang three selections for the meeting of the Connecticut State Teachers, Association held in Woolsey Hall in the fall of 1944. The Symphonettes also sang for some school assemblies and at the Music Festival. Looking back on the yearis work and evaluating the results, we can point with pride to the accomplishments of the Chorus which worked under the able direction of Mrs. Agnes Wakeman. 179 Hillhouse Orchestra 5th 4th 3rd 2nd lst IOWZ IO NV IOWI IOVVZ TOVV2 f l Skinner, Kaufman, Gendernalik, Cohen, Swinkin. Cutler, Burack, Kaiser, McAdams. A Cordon, Fay, Zito, Weber, Levy, Parrella, Bellin Schwab, Fede, Smith, Sabin, Polaves, Gregory. VV hite. Freden, Fappiano, Theodos, Kuklinsky, Bellin CPresident and Concert Masterl, Dahlborg, Cohen. HILLHOUSE ORCHESTRA Those harmonious sounds which fur- nished a pleasant background to class- room routine Brst period, Tuesday morn- ings, were merely the successful products of the New Haven High School Or- chestra, rehearsing for weekly assembly programs. Once a week at assemblies, aspiring Iascha Heifetzes, lose Iturbis, and Benny Goodmans of Hillhouse, under the able baton of Mrs. Agnes A. Wakeinaii, proceeded to uplift the souls of their fellow students through the in- spiring medium of G clefs and dimin- ished sevenths. Old and new hymns, classics, marches, school songs, popular tunes, and martial airs were the musical keynotes of the day as provided by-the Orchestra. MRS. AGNES M. WAKEMAN 180 THE HILLHOUSE BAND Under the competent leadership of its director, Mr. Stephen S. Wilton, and through the admirable cooperation of its members, the Hillhouse Band has had its most successful year. The band played and formed letters at every local football game, frequently with only an hour be- fore the game to rehearse and drill. In addition to its splendid performance dur- ing National Education Week, where the H illhouse H ymn by Mr. Wilton and Miss Alice-Esther Garvin Was given its debut, the band has been commended for its ex- cellent performances at the Community Chest Rally on the New Haven Green, and the basketball games at the Payne Whitney Gymnasium. Because of its fine work at last year's graduation, the band is to play at graduation again this year. MR. STEPHEN S. WILTON Hillhouse Band Rear circle: Ferro, Byer, Corello, Mennone, Levine, Rosenberg, Hine, Camera, Johnson Clark, Hines, Ford, Gendernalik, Blume, Petzold, Mazan, Brundage, Mazui DeNicola, Pearl. Short row: Theodos, Latela, Persempere, Caputo, Wakeman. Second circle: Fink, Sabin, Kellert, Testa, Chimes, Parrella, Barnett, Peck, Terrasi, Slnndel Balretta, F appiano, Grillo, Campochiaro. Front circle: Iguklinslfy, Blynder, Mancini, Solcoff, Brown, Ieruss, Montessi, Perlroth Fede riscuo o. 181 York Square Players 4th row: Ber1r1an,1Git1itz, Coiro, Orabona, Errico, White, Kamin, Greenberg, Levine, Cohen, Pollowitz, Callinan, Augur, Hugo Kurzwei . 3rd row: Carboni, Peck, McNamara, Miller, Ryan, Gagliardi, WVitkin, Cochrane, Ruchkin, Mulvey, Smolen, Keenan, Bainton, Acker- ' man, Crosby, Schnur, Marottolo, Tiven. Znd row: Bowe, Ryan, McGrea1, Saunders, Anastasio, B. Levine, Gordon, A. Levine, Levy, Karkanes, Rochelle, Fornin, Karber, Zimmerman, Chauser, Piscitelli, Bilides. lst row: Stefanis, Savakis, Williarns, Moore, Iacob, Hyatt, F romkin, Zalewski, T errace, Riello, Scarpa, Rho, Greenhouse, Mrovec, Shorr, Wasserman, F enester, Noto, Egalka. Motion Picture Club 3rd row: Ryan, Colleran, Cruneis, Carboni, Daniel, Brornberg, O'Neil, Savakis, Maroney. 2nd row: Gordon, Saunders, Rondina, McKiernan, Piccolo, Lupoli, Donahue, Morseburg, Alcowchek, Nesbit, Hopkins. lst row: Tierney, Berman, Kaplan, DeLouise, Champagne, Cohen, Brennan. YORK SQUARE PLAYERS At the initial meeting of the Y. S. P., elections were held, and oflicers were chosen as follows: Raymond Rho, president, Dorothy Terrace, vice-president, lean Priello, secretar 5 and Lewis Scarpa, treasurer., ' The tendency ofy the Y. S. P. during 1944-45 was towards light and humorous one-act plays. "Pop Reads A Christmas Caroli' was selected as the Yuletide play and was presented to both junior and senior assemblies. With a fine cast of actors and technicians, it proved to be one of our most successful comedies. When our armed forces were first battling on-the continent, the dramatic club made its patriotic contribution by purchasing a fifty-dollar war bond for the Y. S. P. In addition to financing its own plays, the Y. S. P. also sponsored the perform- ances of the Play Production class. It has been customary in the past for the club to present its annual play as an evening performance, but because of wartime restrictions, we were again under the necessity of cancelling this production. Instead of foregoing it completely, we presented our annual play as an assembly program. With the invaluable aid of Miss Pauline McQuigg, the director of the Y. S. P., we produced an amusing comedy entitled "The Bard at Bakersville Highf' which was written by john Kirk- patrick. It was presented to the A. M. assemblies with great success. A.M. MOTION PICTURE CLUB "Did you see that movie?,' "Yes, that is one of the pictures I saw with the motion picture clubf' Such is the result of one of the activities of the A.M. Motion Picture Club, under the direction of Miss jane Welsh. Also, at the bi-weekly meetings the club has viewed many enjoyable pictures and participated in discussions on motion picture selection and appreciation. Many of the members have learned how to run the motion picture projector. The entire membership was sorry, as well as proud, to have its president, Edward Barnett, enter the armed service in january. His office was filled by the vice-president, john Salomon. ' 183 Spanish Club 5th row: 4th row: 3rd row 2nd row lst row: Moore, Savitt, Kaufman, Nann, Heath, Grossman, Bawarslqf, Bailey, Pite, Pearl Boil-in, Johnson. Scarpa, Strickland, Ferguson, Bernstein, VVasser1nan, Matthews, Hoaclley, Cochrane Salovitz, Caplovitz, Benzel, Bletclunan, Carboni. Riello, Zimmerman, Moore, Gordon, Fromkin, Levine, Hyatt, Gordon, Hopkins Campbell, Jacob, Bradford, Karnin. Rucbkin, Rubin, Byer, Lipsiner, Solcoff, Weinstein, Cohen, Levine, Clmsid, Botvvinilc Doughan, Willard, Garrity. Sabin, Levy, Greenberg, Cochrane, Ruggiero, Greenberg, VVillia1ns, Crosby, Gordon Rosenbaum, Maretz, Teitelman, Scblegel. German Club 3rd row: de Laubell, Bertini, Bellin, Gruneis, Kuklinsky, Kurzweil, Levine, Levy. 2nd row: Cuddy, Greenberg, Berman, Brennan, Silver, Rochelle, Bainton, Labovitz, MacFar- land. lst row: Egalka, Manoni, Trapp, Chetrick, Seipold, Ottenbreit. 184 s 7 s French Club 2nd row: Alderman, Gagliardi, Kaplan, Warren, Gans, Ide, Skinner, Avery, Rosenzweig, Hib- bard, Antonelli. lst row: Leeman, Cutler, Bailey, Tiernan, Salomon, Marquis. SPANISH CLUB "Se abre la session." The Spanish Club has come to order. After a brief busi- ness meeting in English, the program committee chairman, in Spanish, introduces the speaker, who in turn speaks in Spanish. For him it is quite natural, however, because the speakers at the Spanish Club are native Spaniards or South Americans. His audience is mostly composed of second year Spanish students, who listen in- tently in order to understand what he is saying. The faculty advisers for the club are Miss Rose Doheity, Miss Harris, and Mr. Crosby. Some of the club members, to foster the Good Neighbor Policy, are planning a book which is to be sent to -a school in Alausi, Ecuador, and which will tell of the activities of our community. A similar book has already been received from the same school, Written by the school students, which will be presented to our school library. GERMAN CLU B . The German Club enjoyed a full and interesting year. The oilicers were as follows: president, Donald Trapp, vice-president, Maxwell Rosen, secretary, Sher- man Perlrothg chairman of the Program Committee, Isadore Chetrickg and corn- mittee member, IohntCuddy. The programs were usually made up of student re- citals, poems, and music in German. At two of the meetings, Miss Farnsworth, the adviser, presented the backgrounds of the operas, "Die Meistersingerv and "Lohen- grin." Informal conversation hours were also held, and the presence of john Salo- mon, a former resident of Essen, Germany, added an authentic German atmos- phere. One meeting was scheduled at the home of German-born Gabriele Goetze. The large attendance throughout the year attested the success of the club. F FRENCH CLUB Under the capable supervision of Miss Mildred Pond, the French Club, this year, has proved to be very proitable and enjoyable. Primarily concerned with enhancing the French conversational ability of its members, the club has provided many interesting activities. Mr. Walter Lee1na11, a native of Switzerland, was a guest speaker. His talk concerned his many and amusing experiences in France. The singing of traditional French ballads and listening to French musical and conversational records have played an important part in the club's varied program. ' 185 V V Photography Club Srcl row: DeLouise, Bromberg, Greenberg, Fox, Cochrane, Matthesen, Kaplan 2nd row: Egalka, Levine, Brooks, Smolen, Witkin, Fenster, Knoris, Amurunte. lst row: Karber, Anderson, Kennedy, Polayes, Morseburg, Estren. Chess Club 3rd row: Valley, Highkin, Schwartz, Bellin, Weber, Rosenzweig. 2nd row: Cohen, Psathas, Fiore, Gagliardi, Suraci, Robrish. lst row: Marquis, Nichols, Suraci, Reback, Boshea, Nastri, 186 Stamp Club Salomon, Goldtield, Cuddy, Einbinder. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB More than twenty students participated in the Photography Club throughout the year. This club has for its objective the promotion of interest in the use of the camera, its construction, and the details of development and printing. For both the beginner and the more experienced photographer, membership has been very beneficial. Under the supervision of Mr. Max Small of the Chemistry Department several interesting programs were arranged. Additional informal meet- ings permitted the novice to learn much from the more informed members of the club. Dick Bromberg served as a most interesting instructor at some of these meetings. Mr. Howard Newton of the Physics Department, as a guest speaker, provided one of the most enlightening programs with his comprehensive talk on lenses as applied to photographic practice. A.M. -CHESS CLUB The one-time game of kings has been so popularized that almost everyone is now familiar with or has played chess. This is one reason why the A.M. Chess Club continues to enjoy a fairly large membership. Also, new ideas have been sub- mitted by members, such as a chess class to teach those students interested in leiilrnipg the game, and a chess tournament to discover the best player in the sc oo. , The Hillhouse Chess Team, -which has not been very active in recent years, has at last shown its ability. During the season it has played throughout the state and has remained undefeated and untied in high school meets. Among the teams played was its ancient rival, West Haven, and a new opponent, Bassick of Bridge- Oft. ' p STAMP CLUB Though a small organization, the Stamp Club under the guidance of Mr. Howard Newton is one of the oldest and most active clubs in the school. The highlight of the 1945 activities was the exhibition, on April 2-6, in the cases outside the library. One meeting was held at Mr. Newton,s home where the group had luncheon and viewed their adviser's American collection. The various meetings featured auctions, discussions, and talks by the members on their collections: john Cuddy on his censored covers, Sidney Goldfield on his stamps, Iohn Salomon on his collection and his late brother,s Russian issues, and David Einbinder on his complete sheets of American stamps. 187 Girl Reserves Brcl row: Gajewski, Anastasio, Keane, Struzek, McCue, Cycon, Ryan, Marehase, Delehant, F allon. 2nd row: fjaungers, Polletta, Kelly, F. Tomaszewski, Colleran, Moylan, Riello, I. Tomaszewski, avi son. lst I'0WVZ Hughes, Coiro, Enright, Williams, Flanagan, Rondina. Girls' Jewish Hi-Y 2nd row: Greenhouse, Hurwitz, Fish, Schii'lman, Cohen, Levine, Mendelsohn, Israel, joseph Teverosky. lst row: Fomlan, Lipsher, Arotsky, Germaine, Levine, Goodman. 188 'World Affairs Club 2nd row: Chauser, Greenberg, Silver, Schaefer, Cutler, Sherman, XfVitkin, Salomon, P. Green berg, White. Ist row: Shorr, Reback, Torif, Salovitz, Savakis. GIRL RESERVES The Girl Reserves are junior members of the Y. VV. C. A. Perhaps they are better known as the Tri-Y girls. During the past year the' members have done many kinds of Red Cross work. At Christmas time they filled stockings with useful articles to cheer the wounded men in veteran hospitals. Our city hospitals received their services during the Christmas season when the girls sang carols in the wards. During Fellowship Week they contributed money to buy food for hungry Chinese. The Tri-Y girls also found time for fun in the form of parties, picnics, dancing, and sports activities. . GIRLS' IEWISH HI-Y The Jewish I-Ii-Y has participated in numerous social and community activities during the past school year. The girls assisted in the Red Cross and Infantile Paralysis Drives and made Scrapbooks for the U. S. O. The club as a whole at- tended various U. S. O. dances. Many discussions and debates were held, under the leadership of our club adviser, Natalie Iacobson, concerning religious prob- lems and problems that are facing teen-age groups. The club took part in many of the .Iewish festivals and religious services held throughout the year. The lewish I-Ii-Y has recently become a member of the Jewish Youth Council of New Haven. Officers for the past year have been: President, Doris Arotsky, Secretary, Yetta Levine, Treasurer, Tobia Lipsher, Pro Tem, Gloria Germaine. WORLD AFFAIRS CLUB The World Aifairs Club was organized again this year, under the guidance of Miss Edith Isbell of the history department, in order that the students of Hill- house might have an opportunity in these critical times to discuss topics of national interest. The subjects dealt with this year covered a Wide range, including such topics as the Greek situation, postwar conscription, what is to be done with post- war Germany, the Work or -Tail Bill, and the Wallace issue. Also this year at the request of Secretary of State Stettinius, that the proposals made at Dumbarton Oaks be discussed and brought to the attention of as many people as possible, a team from Hillhouse successfully met at Hamden Hall with a team from that school, in an open forum to consider these proposals. 189 Junior Red Cross Council 3rd row: F innerty, Hubbell, Fezza, Marschall, Ahlberg, Hosmer, Orlando. 2nd row: Muirhead, Greenberg, Pohoda, Ryan, Akowchek, Mrovec, O,Brien, DeFelice, Lee. lst row: Abrams, Hughes, BofHn, Geiger, Nolan, Lev, Ambagis. JUNIOR RED CROSS It is with grateful appreciation that the American lunior Red Cross views in retrospect the cooperation of our classmates, and realizes that our efforts have brought comfort to our allies and their people. I Our fraternities and sororities generously gave their time and gifts to the U.S.O. lounge. The boxes prepared by the school for our boys at Christmas gave much pleasure. We sent to the children of the liberated countries educational gift boxes, and in many other ways tried to bring happiness wherever we were able. Our files are filled with very touching "Thank You" letters from all parts of the world. The following pathetic notes make us wish that we could have done a lot more. I From Huddersfield, England: "There are so many things in these parcels that we in England have been unable to buy for a long time, such things as marbles, combs, hair ribbons, so you can imagine the joy your presents give." y From Lancashire, England: "I am a mother who wishes to thank you most sincerely for the really lovely gift box which 1ny little boy, Gavin, received from you. I wish you could have seen some of the children inspecting their contents, you would have been re- warded in some measure for your kindnessf' . From Brudnell Girls' School, Leeds, England: "I am very glad I have the pleasure of thanking you for the gift . . . 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A .xv fi'-'lSfi- .L Q: f , 0 , SAM BENDER, Basketball Inu DAVIN, Baseball ,4 Q13 W 1 me GEORGE JOHNSTON, Track DR. FRANK MONGILLO Team Physician REGINALD ROOT Director of Athletics, Football DAVLD COSTELLO Business Manager JOHN HALPIN Trainer 194 PAUL CULVER, Hockey, Tennis xx AL GRAY, Swimming 1 E ' :f LEE SPILLER, Assist. Bus. Mgr. Hillhouse Trophies I 1944-1945 CHAMPIONSHIPS SPRING 1944 Baseball District Championship Tennis State Championship District Championship ' Track District Championship FAILL 1944 Football District Championship Triangular League Championship Soccer District Co-Champions WINTER 1944-45 Basketball New England Championship State Championship Traclc C.I.A.C. Indoor Track Championship High Score-Conuecticiit Relays 195 Football Team 4th row: Mr. Countryman, Mr. Root, Bialobrzeski, Rompe, Walsh, Meinsen, Dommer, Amarante, Greenberg, I. Kelly, Middleton Hubbell Mr. Bender. 3rd row: Jack I-Ialpin, Ogonowski, Whelan, I. Thompson, Wasseth, Marschall, Read, Jackson, Nakaso, Callahan, Fasano, Warner Chembrovich, Welch, Mr. Costello. 2nd row: DeLouise, Mgr., Loukides, Krukowski, Boshea, Mardoian, Pacelli, VV. Thompson, Protheroe, Buonocore, Chamberlain Renzi, Stock, Alpert. lst row: Kaplan, Mgr., Reiss, Reilly, Shakespeare, Pautalena, Shelton, Kennedy, Ciaburro, MacKenzie, Grady, VV. Kelly, Donahue. VARSITY FOOTBALL LINEUP , Levi jackson i Paul Wasseth Kurt Marschall ' Robert Read Charles Whelan Paul Chembrovich John Thompson ' n Ioseph Warner Leonard Fasano Sam Nakaso john Callahan lack Garrity FOOTBALL SEASON Victorious in seven out of eight games, the mighty Ac football team was run- ner-up in state competition, and for the second successive season won district honors. After a lone defeat at the hands of New London Bulkeley, "Reggie" Rootis charges, not-to be denied, struck the win column with seven straight whitewashes over their opponents. In grinding out a total of 238 points, the power-laden Hill- house combination worked from a T-formation, reverting occasionally to the single wing. The Hillhouse defense was equally effective and allowed the opposition a mere 24 points, all of which were scored by Bulkeley. Captain Levi Iackson, Leon- ard F asano, and Iohn Thompson were honored with berths on the mythical all-state eleven. Special recognition is given to managers Albert Caplan and Edward DeLouise. I With the loss to Hillhouse of both Iackson and Wasseth early in the game, a rugged New London eleven, playing the type of ball that gave it the state cham- pionship, downed Hillhouse, 24-6. Bulkeley's passes set up most of its touchdowns, while Kennedy picked up Hillhouse's lone tally. ' Meeting Commercial again after a year's lapse, Hillhouse, inspired by the return of Iackson, held the stubborn Typo eleven scoreless, 20-0. Touchdowns were made by Marschall, Riccardelli, and by Whelan on a pass from Read. Whelan's talented toe made two extra points. In a game dedicated to the late lack Garrity, Hillhouse swamped a veteran Danbury team by the score of 40-0. Wasseth and Read scored a touchdown apiece, but alopini' Levi Iackson stole the show with three T-Dis, one of which was a scintillating 80-yard jaunt. Whelan kicked three extra points, and F asano scored the other extra point on a trick play. Constantly gaining momentum, the Hillhouse eleven made Hamden the next victim by trouncing them 43-0 in the Yale Bowl during a pouring rain. "Moose, Wasseth paced the attack with three tallies, while Iackson and Marschall con- tributed two and one respectively. YVhelan,s five successful conversions and a safety accounted for the other points. With Iackson smashing across the double stripe three times, and pitching two more touchdowns to l'Vhelan, Hartford Public,s highly touted club bit the dust to the score of 38-0. "Bobby', Read also tallied once, and "Chuck,' Whelan converted twice, the play which had the crowd breathless was the old "statue of libertyv with Iackson carrying the ball for 70 yards. . In a game played under the lights at Bridgeport, a determined Warren Harding team, gunning for an upset, was unable to stop the Acs as they captured their Fifth straight win, 19-0. Iackson made all three scores aided by the fine block- ing of the entire line of Chembrovich, F asano, Callahan, Nakaso, Thompson, Warner, and Whelan. 197 On November 11, the Hillhouse T-formation clicked to perfection, and a New Britain team found itself on the short side of a 40-0 score. Sam Nakaso, mighty mite, Ac center, was the defensive star, intercepting four passes which were quickly converted into scores by jackson, Whelan, Wasseth, Marschall, and Benzi. All-state F asands hard tackling was also outstanding. The traditional Turkey Day game in the Yale Bowl with West Haven saw Hillhouse easily romp to a 32-0 conquest over the Westies. 21,000 fans witnessed this colorful game which climaxed another great season in the annals of football at Hillhouse. ' This game also marked the end of Iackson's gridiron play at Hillhouse. He deserves much praise-the greatest back ever to don a Hillhouse uniform, perhaps the greatest high school back the state has produced. FOOTBALL RECORD Hillhouse ....,. ........,. 6 New London Bulkeley .,............ 24 Hillhouse ......' .......... 2 0 Commercial ..,.................,. ..,....... 0 Hillhouse ...... ......,... 4 0 Danbury ......,...,,........... .......... 0 Hillhouse ...... .....,,... 4 3 Hamden ...,,...,...,..... .,......., 0 Hillhouse ...... ........,. 3 8 Hartford Public ..,.... ..,......i 0 Hillhouse ...... ....,..... 1 9 Warren Harding ..,...... .....,..., 0 Hillhouse ...... .......... 4 0 New Britain .........,..,.... .......... 0 Hillhouse ...... .......... 3 2 West Haven ..,..,,... .......... 0 4 198 Soccer Team 2nd 1'ow: Trziiner I-Ialpiin, Ciease, VVilliams, McClure, Valerino, Esdaile, Stanley, Walker, ' W lite, Coaci Cu ver. lst row: DeFilippo, Timson, Finnerty, W. Deveneau, J. Deveneau, Rogell, Williams, Romanovsky, Fuller, Cass, Schleicher. Displaying fine coordination and teamwork, the soccer team again completed a very successful season, netting for itself the district championship. Bolstered by the defensive play of co-captains Ronald Williams and Iohn Deveneau, the booters lost only one game. They began by holding a strong Choate aggregation to a 1-1 deadlock, next, they shut out Hopkins and West Haven by the tunes of 2-0 and 1-0 respectively. After being held at bay by a Meriden combine 1-1, in a thriller, the Acs again took the measure of Hopkins 2-1. Hillhouse suffered its only setback at the hands of West Haven by the narrow margin of 2-1. ' Besides the co-captains, other outstanding 1ne1nbers were Bay Cass, Harold Cease, and Elmer Stanley. RECORD Hillhouse ..,..... ....... I-Iillhouse Hlllhouse ,....,.. ....... I-Iillhouse ....,.., .,..... Hillhouse I-Iillhouse Choate ........ Hopkins ...... West Haven Meriden .,..... Hopkins ....... West Haven Basketball Team 2nd row: Coach Bender, F ezza, MacKnis, Loos, DeCregorio, Winnick, Mgr, Boshea. 1st row: Wasseth, Williams, Anderson, Capt. XfVl1ClZll'l, Lapides, Novak, Nakaso. The phenomenal 1945 Hillhouse Basketball Team came from behind twice, each time to annex a championship. The Acs earned, b their dogged determina- tion to win, the Connecticut State and New England Cllfampionships. It was Hill- house's fifth state title and second New England title in twenty-two years of basketball. Dubbed, during season play, as the "Ugly-ducldingsf' the Ac hoopsters, pnder tae capable guidance of Coach Bender, kept driving, and the result speaks or itse . The season record of 11 wins and 5 losses wasn't exactly sensational, especially since the Acs didn't win the district title, as Commercial triumphed over them twice, but this was partly because of the loss of Levi Iackson, veteran, high-scoring forward, to the armed forces, after Hillhouse had won seven straight games. By the C. 1. A. C. tournament, however, Hillhouse had a polished team, dis- playing a new 2-1-2 defensive zone, which clicked beautifully, and a revamped lineup of Nakaso and Wasseth at the forward berths, Whelan and Loos at the guard positions, and Lapides at the pivot-post. The Ac basketeers set down in order Fairfield, 37-35, Manchester, 48-28, Torrington, 40-25, and VVeaver, 32-28, in a hectic, overtime affair to win the state title. Captain "Chucky Whelan and Harvey Lapides scored 47 and 46 points respectively in this tourney, and together with peppy, wily K'Sammy" Nakaso were awarded berths on the All-State five. Big "Bill" Loos made the second team. At the Boston Garden, Hillhouse met the best, and again stood the test by edging East Providence of Rhode Island, 36-35, thoroughly trouncing the defend- ing New England Champions, Waterville, Maine, 53-35, and climaxing one of Hillhousels greatest basketball seasons by overcoming a 27-21 deficit to beat Adams, Mass., 31-29, for the New England Crown, as Lapides set a new record, dropping in eight foul-shots out of eight tries. Whelan and Nakaso won All-New England honors, but it was through the work of all the players, who never lost confidence and the will to win, that Hillhouse had a team of champion caliber. 200 RECORD Hillhouse ......,. .....,., 44 Norwich .... Hillliouse .....,.. ........ 5 4 Branford .. Hillhouse Av...... ..,....A 3 5 Warren Haidmg Hillhouse ......,. ........ 5 0 Hamden .... I-Iillhouse .......A ......, 4 9 Hartford Public I-Iillhouse .....,.. ........ 4 1 West Haven I-Iillliouse ......,.. ......,. 4 5 New Britain Hillliouse ...,...., r..,... 2 1 Commercial Hillhouse ,.....,.. ......., 5 1 Hamden .... Hillhouse ..... ..,...,. 1 6 Warren Haiding Hillhouse ......... ...,.... 3 2 Commercial Hillhouse .......,. ........ 5 2 Torrington Hillhouse ..,.. ....,.,. 4 1 West Haven Hillhouse ..... ......,. 2 6 VVest Point Hillhouse ..... ...........,... 4 8 Hartford Public Hillhouse .......,,............,. 35 New Britain C. I. A. C. TOURNAMENT Hillhouse ,.........,....,.,....,. 87 Fairfield .... Hillhouse 4......,........ V ...,... 48 Manchester I-Iillhouse ..rr....,,.......,.,.... 40 Torrington Hillhouse r..................... S2 Weaver .... NEW ENGLAND TOURNAMENT Hillhouse ..............,......,. 36 East Providence Hillhouse r........ ........ 5 3 Waterville . I-Iillhouse ......,.. .,...... 3 1 Adams ....... 201 Swimming Team 3rd row: Asst. Manager Eames, Palumbo, G. Thompson, Donovan, W. Thompson, Mac- Donald, Chamberlain, Drobish, Asst. Coach Huber, Tenner, Visconti, Coach Gray, Halpin, Pite, Capt. Lockery. 2nd row: Rosen, Klein, Bailey, Schatz, Morann, Davis. lst row: Manager Bilides, Rho, Smith, Wright, Strickland, Peterson, Kennedy. The 1944-45 edition of Ac tankmen completed a highly successful season, losing onl one meet in scholastic competition to Hartford Public, a team which has won the state swimming title for ten successive years. The Ae natators, never- theless, placed second in the state for their best season in I-ive years. The Hrst meet with East Haven saw Hillhouse capture every first place for an easy 54-21 conquest. But the Yale 'I.V.'s proved to be a little too strong, as Hillhouse, in spite of Dick Pite's double win in the 50 and 100 yard freestyles, was beaten in its next encounter. The Ac mermen, displaying the talent that was to mark them as a top-ranking outfit, next splashed through the waters for six straight triumphs. Bristol, Warren Harding, Canterbury, Meriden, Bassick, and West Haven were all victims of this mid-season Ac spurt. The string of victories was finally broken by a powerful Hartford Public aggregation. Hillhouse also lost to the West Point Plebes, 41-25 QWho does beat the Army?j, and ended the season by beating Hamden, 46-29, for the District Championship, and upsetting Crosby, 39-86, in a meet that was undecided until the final, 160 yard rela event. Stars of the team were manager Gordon Bilides, Edward, Drobish, Pete Halpin, Ted Kennedy, Dick Pite, holder of the 50 yard freestyle state title, Ray Rho, Royce Strickland, and Captain Harry Lockery, undefeated in two years of state diving. Harry captured first place at the C.I.A.C. Individual Championship meet, and placed second in the National lnterscholastic Swimming Meet at Trenton, N. I. SCHEDULE Hillhouse ....... ......... 5 4 East Haven ........ ......, 2 1 Hillhouse .....,. ,....,... 3 2 Yale j.V.'s ,..,...... ........ 4 3 Hillhouse ....... .,......, 4 1 Bristol ..... ......... ..... . . 34 Hillhouse ....... ....,,... 4 0 VVarren Harding ..,.. ....... S 5 Hillhouse ,...... ........ 3 6 Canterbury ........... ........ 3 0 Hillhouse ....... .,....... 5 0 Meriden .......,...... ........ 2 5 Hillhouse .....,. .....,,., 5 4 Bassick ...........,.... ........ 2 1 Hillhouse ....... .,......,. 4 8 West Haven .....,,.,. ........ 2 7 Hillhouse ..,.... .,........ 2 4 Hartford Public ....... .....,.. 5 1 Hillhouse ....... .......,.. 2 5 West Point ........... ,,....., 4 1 Hillhouse .,..... .......... 4 6 Hamden ...,.,. ........ 2 9 Hillhouse ....,.. .......... 3 9 Crosby ...,. ........ 3 6 202 CHEER LEADERS d 9 - ' and row. Plte, Lapi es. lst row: Kennedy, Lockery, Williams. CHEER LEADERS The year 1944-45 marked the beginning of a new system for picking cheer leaders. In order to be on the cheer leading staff, one had to have a letter in so1ne major sport. This year's squad consisted of Don Goife, Ted Kennedy, Harry Lockery, Dick Piteg and Ronny Willialns, all stellar performers in the field of sport. The boys were on hand for all the football games, rain or shine, and at the West Haven game they appeared in full attire with a new team mascot, a goat. The goat, quite a good-natured fellow fal- though he proved to be very obstinate at times Q , was very happy about the whole affair, for never before had he tasted such delicious grass as that in the Yale Bowl. , At any rate, with the Pep Club and cheer leaders setting the example, the football, basketball, hockey, and swimming teams were given rousing support from the student body and were inspired to victory. 203 Hockey Team 2nd row: Coach Culver, Grady, Nastri, Panczak, Anclerson, Fas mo Munsen Mlchel Dwen Jort Melillo M A13 't 1 , , Ur. 1e1 . lst row: Lynch, Donovan, Thompson, Read, Falcone, SCl1l61Cl161' LCWIS Sxuft Dcmmg Erickson. Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse I'I1ll.l'1OUS6 ...,.... .... Hillhouse I-Iillhouse I-Iillhouse Hillhouse Hillhouse ..., Hillhouse I-Iillhouse ,...,.. .. I-Iillhouse RECORD 1 I-Iamden ..... 3 West Haven ..,.. ...l Norwalk All-Stars 2 I-Iamden ..4.......... 2 West Haven ..,. 5 Norwalk High ....6 Kent 8 Cheshire 2 I-Iamden ,...,... 3 West Haven .... 4 West Point .,...4. 8 Norwalk All-Stars H10 Commercial ,.....,., . 204 HOCKEY TEAM p . After suffering five straight defeats by the narrowest of margins, the Hillhouse sextet hit its stride and captured seven of its next eight encounters to wind up the season with a .588 percentage and third place in the District League. The first game with Hainden was a thriller, which saw the Greenies, who had built up a 2-0 lead in the second period, desperately staving off a determined Ac drive which fell just short of the mark as Thompson tallied unassisted to make the score 2-1. The West Haven contest was equally exciting as Hillhouse overcame a two point lead on tallies by Lewis and Co-captain Read, only to be beaten in the last twenty-six seconds of play, 4-3. The Norwalk All-Stars next took the measure of the Acs S-1 in an exhibition game. With the start of the second round of play, Hillhouse was again edged out by Hamden, 4-2, in a game accentuated by roughness. Read opened the scoring on a beautiful angle shot, assisted by Scanlon, and Schleicher also whistled one past the Hamden net-minder on an assist by Lewis to account for the Ac scores. Hillhouse, in its second meeting with West Haven, had more hard luck and again lost out in a whirlwind Iinish, 3-2. Panczak was the offensive star of this game with one goal and one assist. The Ac pucksters got their initial win with Norwalk High, 5-2, in a fast- moving game at the Crystal Rink in Norwalk as Read, Panczak, Mellio, and Schleicher each drove home tallies. This success set off the spark for a string of victories which was broken only by YVest Point. The Acs notched their second win of the season by decisively beating Kent Prep. They rolled on to swamp Cheshire Academy, a new entry in the District Hockey League. Co-captain, goalie Falcone, was credited with his first shutout of the season. The third round of district play might well be called the revenge of Hillhouse, for the Ac puck chasers pulled two stunning upsets in defeating Hamden and West Haven by scores of 2-1 and 3-1 1'espectively. In downing Hamden, Hillhouse spoiled a hitherto unblemished record in scholastic competition for the Aristocrats. Falcone turned in a dazzling exhibition of net-minding and, after allowing one I-Iamden goal, became impregnable. Read provided the offensive punch, banging home both Ac counters. West Haven also fell at the hands of the vengeful Hill- house combine, 3-1, in a torrid battle, points were garnered by Nastri, Panczak, and Read. Traveling to West Point, the Acs put up a stubborn fight against a smart cadet aggregation, but were outclassed 6-4. The Culvermen came back in typical Hill- house fashion to score 18 points in their last two games, trouncing the Norwalk All-Stars, 8-1, and an inexperienced Commercial team, 10-0. 205 Track Team 4th row: lgflassaircg, Burton, Meinsen, W. Thompson, Welsli, DeLouise fmanagerl, Johnston coaci . 8rd row: Chapman, Bialobrzeski, Johnson, Lukoski, McKenzie, Kaliszewski, Gordon, Robrish. Znd row: Donahue, Warren, WVhite, Barry, Sargeant, Blume, Mapp, Miller, Nakaso. 1st row: Kaplan, Reeves, L. Thompson, Riordan, Kennedy fco-captainl, Marschall lco- captainl, Roche, Flynn, Nahmias. With the fragrance of championships in the air, the Ac track squad caught the scent and Won the annual C.I.A.C. indoor track and field meet at Choate. In competition with twelve scholastic teams, Hillhouse was an easy victor, copping two first places, three seconds, and one third place for a total of 21 points, 10 points better than second-place Manchester. Ac Co-captain Kurt Marschall took the running broad jump event with a leap of 18 feet, 1135 inches, while Bill Roche, high jumper, was Hillhouseis other first place winner, clearing the bar at 5 feet, 6 inches. Carl Martins and Edward Mapp placed second in the shot put and 40 yard dash, respectively, and joe Riordan placed third in the 600 yard run to ac- count for other Ac victories. ' At Storrs, the crack Ac track team, continuing its torrid pace, won the Eighth Annual Connecticut Relays. In this meet, the 440-yard relay combination of Mapp, Kennedy, Marschall, and jackson was victorious in the time of 47.3 seconds. Hill- house also took first laurels in the 880-yard relay with Kennedy, Flynn, Miller, and jackson finishing in l:39.6, and came in second in the mile relay. But Reddick jackson was the Ac standout of the day. After running the anchor leg in two relays, he still had enough speed to cop the field in the 100-yard dash in the excellent time of 10.6 seconds. Co-captain Hugh Kennedy placed second in this race in 11 seconds flat. The jumping team of Roache and Marschall was again victorious, the former gained a first-place tie in the high jump at 5 feet, 7 inches, while the latter earned second in the broad jump. - The tracksters thus gave Hillhouse its ninth championship in thirteen meets, and are looking forward to an undefeated season in future competition with Choate, Taft, West Haven, Warren Harding, Cheshire, and West Point. 206 Cross Country Team 2nd row: Warner, Trapp, Riordan, Coach Iohnston, Gelinas, Roche, Dunn. lst row: Lafreniere, Manoni, Gilbert, Thompson, Chapman, Reeves, Stanford. Although the cross country team showed an unirnpressive record, it did run up against the best teams in the state. Because of the lack of transportation, Hill- house was limited to only three meets and found difHculty in getting experience. The first meet, held on Choate soil, covered a hilly, two-and-a-quarter-mile course. The triangular meet with the Hardware City and Bulkeleyoutits, and the meet with Plainville were held at the two-and-a-half-mile Beaver course. The milers managed to offer plenty of stiff competition with Captain Lincoln Thompson, their leading ace, Ioe Riorc an, and Alfred Barry bearing the brunt of the running. RECORD Hillhouse ..,.,.. ..r...... 2 9 Choate .,......,.. ....,..,. 2 6 Hillhouse ,.,.,.. ,..,..... 5 6 New Britain .,........ .,......, 3 2 Hartford Bulkeley .,..,.. ........, 2 8 Hillhouse ....... ....,,.. 2 8 Plainville ....,.....,......,. .,......, 1 7 Lowest score wins. 207 Baseball Team V 3rd row: Klimczak, I-Ialpin ftrainerj, Davin fcoachl, Reynolds. 2nd row: Kennedy fmgnl, Loos, Williams, Nolan, Buonocore, Sheldon, Barbarito, Mclnerney I asst. mgr. D. lst row: Peterson, Lapides, Cribley, Wasseth fcaptainl, Read, Thompson, Cough. With many holdovers from last yea1"s district and state championship squad, Hillhouse is generally regarded in state-wide circles as the team to beat. To round out the infield, Captain Paul Wasseth will be back at the hot corner, Eddie Bar- barito, up from the P. M., will handle the short-stopping, veterans Harvey Lapides and lack Thompson will again control second and Hrst base, respectively, with Teddy Reynolds and Chris Buonocore good prospects for the back-stopping bur- den. The pitching staft, made up of Ed Cribley, Bill Loos, Ben Klimczak, and Ace Bobby Read, looks like one of Hillhouseis best. New New New New New New New New New New New Haven Haven ...,... Haven ..,.... . Haven ....... . Haven ..,.... , Haven ....... . Haven ....... Haven ....... . Haven ....... . Haven .,..,, . Haven ....... . SCHEDULE Choate ........ ....... C awayj Branford .,........... .,...,......,..... East Haven ....... ...,..,....... I-Iamden .....,.... West Haven ....,.. .. ............. .. Commercial ....... ..................... West Haven ....... ....... Q awayj Commercial .......... .......,..,....... Hartford Public ........ .........,........ New Britain .......... ....... Q away, Hamden .....,....... ....... Q away Q Tennis Team 2nd row: Markle CMgr.l, Cedney, Kallert, F asano, Benzel, Paul Culver CCoachD. lst row: Swift, Grady, Medlie, O'Brien, Talsky, Firth. V Last yearls tennis team won the District and State Championships, and, although the netmen are hard hit by the loss of veterans like Hammonds, Vogel, and Weber, history should repeat. The team is entirely new, but most promising. The spotlight will probably focus on such newcomers as jack Talsky, winner of the fall tourney, Lenny F asano of football fame, and Kendall Gedney, seniors, and Henry O'Brien, a junior. New New New New New New New New New Haven ........ . . Haven ........ . . Haven ,....... . . Haven ..,..... . . Haven ,.,.. 1 . , . Haven ,...... . . Haven Haven, ..,.... .. Haven SCHEDULE Warren Harding Crosby ...,,,.,............ ........ Warren Harding ........ ..,.. Hamden ..........,......, .....,. Hopkins ..... Crosby .......... West Point ........ Harnden ..... Hopkins ...,. C away D C away? Q away Q C away? Q away D Rifle Team 3rd row: Cycon, Burkhardt, Crowley, Bodnar, Gawiych, Zorn, McKiernan. 2nd row: Horst, Strickland, Ferguson, Sherlock, Sperry, Tomaszewski, Wengolin. lst row: Manoni, Magnotti, Lafreniere, Coetze, Ruggiero, Yucker. Although the rifle team, composed of members of the Rifle Club, had no veterans from last year, it captured five of its seven matches. Paced by the sharp- shooting ofaCaptain Dick Lafreniere, who scored highest in two matches with totals of 186 and'183, the riflemen defeated Crosby in a postal contest, and then split their next two matches, losing to Far Rockaway, but easily Whipping Middle- town. Hillhouse, defeated in a very close match with Staples of Westport in its next encounter, came back to top Middletown again and to avenge its earlier loss at the hands of Staples. Because of transportation 'cliHiculties, only the last two matches with Crosby and Staples were shoulder to shoulder. Highest otlhand scores for the season' were posted by Lafreniere with 88 and Goetze with 84. Lafreniere and Goetze also gained the highest totals of the season with 186 and 179, respectively. Other outstanding members of the team were Horst, Manoni, Yucker, and Zorn. RECORD , Hillhouse ......... ......... 7 99 Crosby ................. ,.....,.. 7 82 Hillhouse ......... ....,..., 8 30 Far Rockaway 911 Hillhouse ........ ........ 8 51 Middletown .3 ..... ...,..... . 763 - Hillhouse ..,..... ......... 8 25 Staples .............. ..,....... 8 26 Hillhouse .,...... ........, 8 S0 Middletown ...,.., .......... 7 77 Hillhouse ......,.. ........, 8 36' Staples ,............. ......... 8 36 Hillhouse ......,......,..,...,.. 833 Crosby .........,......,...........,. 805 Hillhouse .....,.......,..,...... 867 Staples ....,. ' ,..,.................,.. 829 "Won by Hillhouse because of highest oifhand score. 210 211 - I Girls' Sports Council 2nd row: Teitelman, Cunningham, Schlegel, Etzel, Romberg, Kohler. lst row: Peters, Clough, Greenberg, Lapides, Clark. The purpose of the Girls' Sports Council is to promote good sportsmanship and to interest all girls in sports. It stimulates an interest in adult recreational life and helps acquaint the girls with desirable places for recreation. On the council there are two representatives from each sport, one a senior member and the other a junior member. To the business meetings, which are bi- monthly, the representatives bring problems and questions. A discussion is held in which a solution to these problems is found. Interclass and individual competition is decided upon, and the teams are announced along with the schedule of games. The girls plan to assist in such contests. At the meetings, also, a report is given by the senior member of each sport in season, stating the progress of the sport. It is the main duty of the council to take care of the girls, awards and to plan the assembly in May. In this assembly the girls' numerals, letters, and honor awards are presented. At all times the council is guided by Miss Greenwood, Miss Harkin, and Miss Schurig of the physical education department. President ..,....... ...... P HYLLIS CLOUGH Vice-President .,.... ....... P EARL GREENBEHG Secretary ......,... ....... S UZANNE LAIJIDES Treasurer '...... ........ L INDSLEY CLARK 212 Softball N l 3rd row: Belegarad, O'Neil, Healey, Beattie, Shepherd, Fox, Abrams, Peck, Silver, Cramer, Tor '. 2nd row: Clark, Crosby, O'Brien, Savakis, Ferguson, Matthews, Ruggiero. lst row: Strickland, Rochelle, Greenberg, Saunders, Von Beren, Morseburg, Anderson. With great enthusiasm the eager senior girls turned out to learn how to bat a softball. However, quite a few girls had to be turned away as the class was over- crowded. The group was divided into six teams, to enable the girls to play among themselves for practice. From these six teams a Enal team will be made up to play in the interclass tournament. Because of the rain which delayed competition, it is impossible to give any scores, and it would not be safe to make a prediction concerning the winner. 213 Archery Peck, Shepherd, Boflin, Beattie, Nlvillilfd, Fromkin, Hyatt, Levine, Verheyan. Although hampered by stormy weather this year, the archery classes followed their 'usual activities with enthusiasm. Two senior archery classes met on Monday and Friday respectively, under the supervision of Miss Harkin, and practiced shooting at distances of twenty, thirty, and forty feet from the targets. Flight shooting, in which the arrows are shot at a huge target lying flat on the ground, wa? the new highlight, and this activity was practiced with enjoyment by all the gn' s. The Archery Team, chosen from the senior archery classes, is usually com- posed of girls who shoot the highest scores. However, because of Old Man Wi11te1',s premature arrival, no autumn tournament was held, so the team members are those who shot the highest average scores throughout the fall season. Captain Christine Verheyen held highest honors, with the runners-up: l. Minerva Bofiin 5. Bernice Levine 2. Ioyce F romkin 6. Carolyn Beattie 3. Eva Hyatt 7, Polly Peck 4. Claire Willa1'd 8. Marilyn Shepherd 214 Field Hockey 2nd row: Ruchkin, Clough, Etzel, VVedmore, Fox, Schlegel, Cramer, Crosby, Lapides. lst row: Teitelman, Savitt, Fenster, Kohler, Moore, Peck. An enthusiastic group of athletes, most of whom had teamed together for three seasons, put a good deal of effort not only into their Held hockey games but also into their regular practices. With sticks and shin-guards, the girls could be seen many a Thursday afternoon, chasing and driving their hard ball under the direction of Miss Schurig. The captain of the team, Patricia Fox, playing in her position as center for- ward, led the seniors on to two victories, defeating the juniors on one occasion and the sophomores on another. Another senior-junior game ended in a tie. In all five games, four of which were with the juniors, were played. l Along with Patricia Fox and Ann Etzel on the honorary varsity, outstanding players, chosen by the gym department, were Phyllis Clough, Dorothy Kohler, and Rosemary Creamer. Ann Etzel managed the team and represented it on the Girls' Sports Council. 215 Tennis Moore, Clark, Beattie, Strickland. The Girls' Tennis Team is made up of the Winner, runner-up, and semi-finalists in the Senior Girls, Tennis Tournament. In the semi-Hnals, Lindsley Clark de- feated Carolyn Beattie, 6-3, 6-0, and Betty Moore topped Marcia Strickland, 6-1, 3-6, 6-4, to become eligible for the iinals. In a close final match, Lindsley defeated Betty to become Senior Girls' Champion and, thus, captain of the team. The ap- pointments Were honorary as the group did not play any matches, either inter- scholastic or inter-mural. Defeating the junior and sophomore tournament winners, Lindsley became girls' champion of the school and was the recipient of the Kappa Mu Sigma Tennis Cup. 216 Badminton Schnur, Berman, Cunningham, Sullivan. Every Wednesday afternoon in the fall season the twenty-four girls in the badminton class were in the gym practicing for their tournament. Single rounds were played at first so the girls could learn some skills and techniques of the game. The poorer players met the better players in order to improve. The contestants formed double sets, each girl being allowed to choose her own partner. Twelve double teams started in the tournament, decreasing, in time, by elimi- nation. In this type of game, to remain in the tournament it was necessary to win two out of three games of iifteen points each. The two sets that came out on top for the finals were Leila Berman and Lorraine Schnur, Ioan Cunningham and Kathryn Sullivan. Leila and Lorraine played the better game of the two, downing Ioan and Kiki, 15-12, 15-8. In the inter-class tournament the seniors were beaten by a more powerful junior set, the champions of the school. 217 Ice Skating 2nd row: Cavalier, Cunningham, Sackett, Cycon, Struzek, Hopkins, Ryan, Kimball, Basserman, Hitchcock, Graves, Mrovec. A lst l'0WZ Willard, Johnston, Kelly, Richardson, Verheyan, Gajewski, Tomaszcwski, N ann, Peck. Promptly every Monda at one-Hfteen C Did I say promptly?Q the seniors donned their ice skates to take advantage of the Arena's spacious rink. Under the supervision of Miss I-larkin, the beginners were taught to trust their vvobbly ankles, and the more experienced skaters were given the encouragement and practice needed to promote them to the figure skating bracket. The coniident figure skaters were given a chanceto display their proficiency in the art of the twinkling blade. At the close of the Winter skating season, all classes were given the oppor- tunity on February 12, of a morning's holiday jaunt to the Arena Where races of every variety Were held for the enjoyment of all. Throughout the morning the microphone contributed a musical background. The members of the team are far too numerous to mention, but we would like to give credit to Christine Verheyen who exhibited the art of fine Hg1.11'C skating. 218 Bowling Back row: Rondina, Ryan, Halpin, Williams. Seated: Fenster, Estren, Coiro, Dunn, Gutman, Smolen. Standing: Epstein, Schlegel, Sugarman. Divided into teams of four, eighty-eight junior and senior bowling fans par- ticipated at the end of the season tournament. The bowling skill of twenty-four seniors was brought out in this event. V The tournament covered a two-week period, being held on two successive Sat- urday mornings. Each girl bowled two strings. After tallying the Enal score it was found that the title of first place for the seniors was won by Vivian Savakis, Louise De Cerb, Rita Coiro, and Vilma Pieragostini, with a total score of 1282. The second place title was captured by Alice Estren, Muriel Epstein, Mildred Fenster, and Ioyce Sugarman. Alice Akowchek, Eleanor Morseburg, Iosephine Palmer, and Iessie Anderson took the third place to complete the tournament. 219 Swimming E Jacob, Dinnean, Terrace, Morseburg, Flanagan, Beattie, Etzel, Gruneis. Captain: ANN ETZEL Manager: CAROLYN BEATTIE During the weekly classes at the Y. W. C. A. pool, every Thursday afternoon, the senior mermaids practiced racing turns, racing dives, and speed races in the crawl, backstroke, and breast stroke. In all of these the girls, main objective was perfect form. E Finally a team was chosen, and after more practice it was ready for an Inter- class Swimming Meet on Saturday, March 24. The senior team received second place with sixteen points to their credit. The 25 yard freestyle race was won by Ann Etzel, who also placed .Hrst in the breast stroke form swimming. Dorothy Terrace received second place in the crawl form swimming event. The seniors came in second in the 100 yard medley relay in which Carolyn Beattie, Eleanor Morseburg, Dorothy Terrace, and Ann Etzel participated. This meet climaxed the season for the senior mermaids. 220 V Ping-Pong Gordon, Garrity, Moore, Teitelman. During the fall season of 1944 the annual ping-pong tournament was held, in which all the girls in the school were eligible to compete. Approximately ninety girls entered the competition, twenty-six seniors, thirty-two juniors, and thirty-two sophomores. Gradually the girls Were eliminated from the tournament until there Was one Winner representing each class. Coralie Spiegel, the junior class champion, defeated Marion Fox, the sopho- more champion, with scores of 21-18 and 21-12. In the final match Dorothy C-arrity, the senior class champion, defeated Coralie Spiegel 22-20 and 21-18 to become the school champion. The runners-up in the senior class tournament make up the team. These girls are Betty Moore, Janice Teitleman, and Beverly Gordon. 221 Volleyball , 2nd row: O'Neil, Lapides, Cohen, Fox, Schlegel, Kaufman, Berman, Savitt. lst row: Hyatt, Cohen, Clough, Ruchkin, Kohler, Garrity, Greenberg. True to form, many girls turned out for the senior volleyball team to compete for the championship. So1ne of the basketball enthusiasts tried their skill on the same court in an altogether different game. Many members of last year's volleyball team also signed up. The girls practiced every Wednesday afternoon to be pre- pared fully for the tournament, which starts early in May. Because this book goes to press before the tournament, we regret that We are not able to report the outcome. 222 Basketball 3rd row: Ruchkin, Greenberg, Colleran, Fox, Schaefer, Peck, Kaufman, Kamens, Savitt. 2nd row: Lapides, Berman, O'Neil, Clough, Cunningham, Shepherd. lst row: Bainton, Kohler, Hyatt, Sullivan, Caporale, Crosby, Antonelli. Captain: MARcA1zE'r O,NEllL Manager: PHYLLIS CLOUGH Although not a banner team, having been defeated in the intra-scholastic tour- nament, the senior girls were a determined group. The team of the class of '45, captained and managed by Margaret O,N eil and Phyllis Clough respectively, re- covered from a defeat given them by the juniors to forge ahead and overwhelm an alert sophomore team in two straight battles 27-15 and 32-24. A second time an even more determined squad clashed with the juniors, being mighty hopeful at the beginning of the game. Again, however, the seniors were a very disappointed team. Though unsuccessful in their attempts to gain the championship, the senior team displayed an array of talented ball-tossers and basket-defenders, mainly Dorothy Kohler and Suzanne Lapides on the defense, Marie Caporale, Hildegarde Ruchkin, and the captain and manager on the offense, besides Patricia Fox alter- nating in various positions. - Doomed to disappointment, the seniors heartily felt their loss, but in their effort to win the cup they always played a clean and fair game. 223 fLc,l2LT foaming la! Interfraternity Council I 2nd row: lynn, Boshea, Levine, Wallack, Scarpa, Brovxm, Hubbard, Bailey, Heywood. lst row: Highkin, Grossman, Callahan, Hansen, Lapides, Pantalena. The secret societies of Hillhouse have kept up their fine record this year by aiding all those agencies which needed their help. Instead of using the donations of the various societies for Christmas decorations, as was the custom, the Councils divided the money and sent gifts to the Pied Cross and the U. S. O. Volunteer Work for the Red Cross was done by Phi Sigma Phi and Pi Epsilon Pi, while Christmas boxes were filled by Theta Rho and Phi Delta Phi. Members of most of the so- cieties helped to collect money for the Red Cross at one of the theatres. The Com- munity Chest, Bed Cross, U. S. O., and the March of Dimes received contributions from many societies, including Phi Epsilon Alpha, Phi Sigma Phi, Pi Epsilon Pi, Omega Delta, and Phi Beta. As their part in the Sixth War Loan Drive, Alpha Alpha, Phi Sigma Phi, and Pi Epsilon Pi bought War Bonds. A The U. S. O. was aided in many ways by the various fraternities and sororities. Flowers were supplied through the year by B T -, Epsilon Nu Sigma, Phi Sigma, Phi Delta Xi, Phi Sigma Phi, and Phi Delta Phi. Phi Sigma Phi continued the cigarette fund which they started a few years ago. The phonograph record collec- tion of the U. S. O. was supplemented b 'classical recordings given by Kappa Mu Sigma, and popular albums from Pi Epsilbn Pi. Magazines and books were donated by Phi Sigma Phi, Phi Delta Phi, and Delta Rho Sigma. New coffee pots for the Lounge were purchased by Alpha Alpha. The Interfraternity and Intersorority Councils gave to the Lounge a new pool table top, which was badly needed. Members of most of the societies visited the Lounge and became acquainted with its Work. . 226 lntersorority Council 2nd row: Coiro, Daley, Hyatt, Teitelman, Clark, Flanagan, Gitlitz, Ellis, Schmeiser, Snow, Noto. lst row: Miller, Clough, Veno, McNamara, Estren, Campbell. The activities of the societies were not limited to these service projects. Inter- fraternity sports activities included football, basketball, baseball, and hockey. Mu Sigma, Delta Rho Sigma, Phi Beta, Omega Delta,wand Upsilon Lambda Phi were active in football and basketball. Besides these sports, they also participated in baseball games, as did Gamma Delta Psi, Alpha Iota Epsilon, Delta Sigma Kappa, and Alpha Theta Pi. In an exciting hockey game, Alpha Iota Epsilon defeated Delta Sigma Kappa, but they were in turn outscored by the strong Gamma team. Dances were very popular this year. Almost every society sponsored one dance, and many had two. All these dances were financial and social successes. The usual prizes were presented by the societies, thirty-eight in all, and the year saw the advent of many new ones. The year came to a successful close with the presentation of the annual award given by the societies in honor of Mr. Charles L. Kirschner, Principal Emeritus. After an eventful year senior presidents, Charles Hanson and Gladys Veno, turned over their oflices to their junior successors, wishing them success in 1945- 1946 and hoping they will endeavor to continue the work done by the societies this year. We trust they will uphold the high standards which bound us together and work to establish even stronger inter-society cooperation. 227 if X 1' 'f sail' f Zi' 'R A P5 'el fini 'X :Alf ,534 -val-me ix 551' x Y Gamma Delta Psi Fraternity Edward Bartley Robert Canning Robert Carey Edward Cribley james Dolan Faculty lessie Anderson Minerva Boflin Nancy Hoadley Ioan Hopkins Faculty Advisers : George Eames Thomas Fenton William Gallagher Charles Hansen Arthur Wallack Mr. Edward C. Crowley Mr. Charles L. Kl1'SCl11181'-HO1101'd7'y Mr. Albert E. Merriain Reginald D. Root - Honorary Mr. . li '- I B T - Sorority Louise Iohnston Suzanne McKiernan Dorris McNamara Eleanor Morseburg Advisers: Mrs. Ruth B. Leighton L Miss Isabel S. Mitchell Miss Miss 228 Marjorie H. Segur Ella E. Srnith Y. . I 1 H! . ' no n .... 9 f Alpha Delta Sigma Fraternity john Brown lohn Deveneau Iames Claes Lawrence Hubbard Sheldon Inkster Robert Pratt Philip Smith VVi1l.lELCC Spencer Faculty Advisers: Mr. Herbert W. Chappell Mr. Irving N. Countryman-Honomiry N 1, XX Alpha Alpha Sorority Carolyn Beattie Lindsley Clark Betsy Ferguson Ruth Healey Dolores Heath Muriel Matthews Faculty Advisers: Polly Peck ,Marilyn Shepherd Paula Sherlock Jeanne Slayton ' Marcia Strickland lean VVedmore Miss Margaret Cragin Mrs. Frances Elmendorf Miss Alice Hammond-Honorary Miss Susan Pr. Wilcox 229 X3 ,gr Q 'Wi 15" X oyo ,X Ni? 'v Theta Sigma Fraternity Carl Danielson Donald Heywood William Delaney Williain Hogan Thomas Fitzpatrick Henry Miller Harry Verheyen Faculty Advisers: Mr. Russell Flanagan Mr. Emmons 1. Bowen -Honorary " 7 ' 1, ,, Vx 7" nl .gr 1 1-'MA ,I Z' li ll Kappa Mu Sigma Sorority Ellyn Bradford Marjorie Brenner Nancy Callinan Claire Doughan Ioan Flanagan Dorothy Garrity Clare Willard Mary jane Graves Alice Ann I-Iarten Elise Jacob Shirley Sackett Kathryn Sullivan Gladys Veno Faculty Advisers: Miss Rose Doherty Mrs. Mary Goodwin 230 APE rr j x , ' im N Q ..... . J-ll!! Alpha lota Epsilon Fraternity Paul Anderson Donald Bailey Daniel Devine William East Francis Flynn jack Garrity Daniel Howard Thomas Kaveney Richard Kennedy William Reeves Iohn Thompson Gerald Welch Fred Zarnetske Faculty Adviser: Mr. Henry W. Farrington ,X Q 'All ,-g . A 5 ..,f M :.. I E 9 H Delta Sigma Kappa Fraternity Iohn Boshea Ira Hubbell George Lee Iohn Matthesen Faculty Advisers: Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Donald Meyers Richard Munger Paul Peterson joseph Shakespeare Gordon N. Christopher Frank H. Nettleton Thomas F. Richardson Ralph Wentworth - H onorary 231 .FX ll Theta Rho Sorority Mary Brown Mary Jenner Phyllis Clough K. joyce Millei Barbara Hoefler Gloria Peck Gloria VonBeren Faculty Adviser: Miss Margaret Davin Phi Sigma Sorority Alice Akowchek Marion Begg Geraldine Carson Regina Colrus Norma Ienkins Eula Lewis Shirley Luden Roberta Schmeiser Ruth Skelly Christine Verheyen Faculty Advisers: Miss Pauline Hanson Miss Adelaide T. Hatch 232 Fi? 11' ' -A gf 'fyf XZ! 2 lm- 15 'air 5 xr' fl c-? Q- 'fa YQ ay QQ .59 fb Cmega Delta Fraternity Marvin Blume Bernard Blynder Marvin Brown Richard Byer Sherman Kegeles Bernard Kuklinsky Eli Solcoff Bernard Levine Irving Lipsiner Leonard Pearl Gilbert Perlroth Norman Rolnick Alexander Rubin Faculty Adviser: Mr. Robert T. LeVine .arf L, ,os ,Q 6 Si 3 S' re, L-asf' Mu Sigma Fraternity Henry Bawarsky julian Grossman Marvin Casper Norman Schwartzman Herman Glass Robert Tiven Faculty Adviser: Mr, Ernest E. Feldman 283 ag' A 3 AN Al ,F is 1 l--I 'Qi a x 1 Pi Epsilon Pi Sorority Reyna Botwinik Esther Chasid Iudith Cohen Sylvia Gordon Suzanne Lapicles Nanette Lev Arline Levine Jane Maretz Betty Moore Phyllis Rosenbaum Shirley Ruclerman Elaine Straka Ianis Teitelman Natalie Wasserman Faculty Adviser: Miss Amy L. Weeks Qi A ffijlg 5 Rf H ,:,:, ! ' ,M ' .. - w W 't Phi Sigma Phi Sorority Ioyce F1-omkin Bernice Levine Beverly Gordon Irma Perkes Anita Horcles Lois Tanger- Eva Hyatt Ruth White Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Bernadette Braslin 234 E fx r ff, ,K fl! 2 K 'Q Q S um . .. 'QF H QB .Y gefhgawws-fa, F ,'N,. f it , ,.: Yrz, z as .1 Y Phi Beta Fraternity Richard Bromberg Bertram Dunn Bertram Eager Irving Goldberg Saul Goldberg Sidney Highkin Seymore Ieruss Harold Katz Sherman Leibovitz Sidney Sherman Faculty Adviser: Mr. George M. Chernoflf A fi' 'EQ lip. ,Sig Delta Rho Sigma Fraternity David Caplovitz Milton Neveloflf Harvey Lapides Alvin Romanoiif Howard Levine Marvin Schaefer Faculty Adviser: Mr. Philip Hyman 285 Upsilon Lambda Phi Fraternity Alan Bailey Erwin Markle Alan Gans Mark Smernoff Harold Hankin jack Talsky Martin Kamin George Weinstein joseph Weinstein Faculty Advisers: Mr. Herman Cherman -Honorary Mr. David Reichgott Mr. Max Small Epsilon Nu Sigma Sorority Olive Daley Ianice Romberg Barbara Nolan o Rita Saunders Nancy Ready Ann Tierney Faculty Adviser: Mrs. Vina M. Aherne 236 . A3 -If , 5: - 1 V Alpha Theta Pi Fraternity james Bertini Lawrence Manoni jerry DeCapua Raymond Rho Lewis Scarpa Faculty Advisers: Mr. Howard V. Gartland Dr. Ioseph M. Raschella 9 M ,QE I ..., r .....:e o n-a l Phi Epsilon Alpha Sorority Catherine Abbate Adelaide Ianuzzi Elvera Ambagis Louise Lanfranco Marie Caporale Ioan Marchase Katherine Carlo Teresa Marottolo Rita Coiro Lucille Orabona Marie Ercolano Dorothy Terrace Faculty Advise1's: Mrs. Gertrude K. Gillen Miss Edith B. Isbell 237 - 'Flies Q? KI' as O-rr tg , g Kfgfg 'uv' - Phi Kappa Lambda Sorority Muriel Epstein Lois Levy Alice Estren Mildred Fenster Lorraine Kellert Joyce Sugarman Faculty Advisers: Mrs. Steffa S. Harrison Miss Lena Reback +59 Kappa Iota Pi Fraternity Edith Rosenfeld Sylvia Skolnick Bernice Snow Frank DeMartino Ralph F isco Leonard F asano Salvatore Lasala Michael Fezza Edward Pantalena E -Iohn Ricardo Faculty Advisers: Mr. Arthur Gregory Mr. Russell McCarthy Phi Delta Xi Sorority Ann Basserman Rita Lynch Rita Campbell Betty McCreal Ioan Cunningham Ellen Page .lean Fanning Helen Traub Kathleen Hackett Charlotte Wiber Faculty Adviser: Miss Dorothy M. 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