New London High School - Whaler Yearbook (New London, CT)

 - Class of 1959

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' 1 . ,S 1 .- ' ' ' f , I , . . 1 - 'f ' ' 1 . vi s 1 x W ' x" s ,. .1 WI pipe!! Th Q 1' X 'f ., ? ws." S W, i s I , f ll 9' Q, s Wg if , ' 'Y B- CLIPPEB Presented by the SENIOR CLASS of New London High School Barbara Viviercioch Editor-in-Chief Gerald Couillard Associate Editor Linda Yauilla Business Manager 199 11 gs 1 3, -La? r' E Y.. LV i if .,, V- 4109:-M ww ,, 'r sy .,- -f I : y P w 4, N' 'f'A 'A l .iwgmilf -Q' 3 W f 1 .-1 GL -C GC W. X Y X kim .3 ,'!, Hg- U1 , , N ,X . 1 M Iii 4 s 'laws f ' Ill- N . ',, 'If I 4' 'fh ,x 4 .' , 5 1, g, ,, 4. i' -f 1 'ix . , 'P I ul K ee . xl .f',l 'v Z w,.,,:,a I ,E M49 . a rfviai - - - , 1 . 1, 1 . ,, . - ,L ' fy. ,' Hr' v P' Al ' I .iv ' 6if'.1U-nl I 5 , Q apr' ., :gf ' 2 "-1,43 " mg: ry ' 1 - " W 1 uv My ,uf , 4-, My v K! 6 ,f,,f0f A K , G I , . A L' v,M 1 ' 'A 'fig' f 2 fn' ' Wing. W 1 5 ' 11" " f ' , :' y A' I .', ' , , ,f five -4 D 'f2flfq::g,29,,?kXli lg f ' " .ri 1,1 Q Q 5EgH.ff,1'.3-w.jf-. Q J f ,V ff, N4 33 if 'iw W' 5 ,Q ,Q .3 2- 3 ' ff'5,J, .f 1 ' . ' ' sf. 2 w"ffJ' K 4 ftiif' ff, 'Qk 'o 52 9,1 'x ' fiyr KL Lf? 5 wg',3"'wilAff' M43 X hw 'if 1 5 " lv yf N! fn 'J ja A 3 , f' f 'L Ig X , .Q M4 W , , V' , fx' 111 g , 3 ' ,I 1 1 5'-.sig if f 1:41 .X I 4. ffl ,. 5 K -, .,-, 1 1, s'v " i Qi - A ' A' , 1 Ls i.2r.?f.g' Qi . ' X Aff: , Q uf ff . sv ff' ' :fx-:1fq, gap, A if . J ' f Q W ff. i m , ' ' ,E . L, I ,fx 51,5 f 'X 5, lv A 4 ,ru . fr i f in 'nu 6 ,, ' i v" " . , uf . 'wi K 1' 4 DEDIC TII We, the Senior class of New London High School, dedicate this volume of the year book to the memory of Mrs. Katherine B. Vargas. A native of New London, Mrs. Vargas was born on August 22. 1909. She graduated from Williams Memo- rial lnstitute in 1927 and then attended Connecticut College. Mrs. Vargas helonged to the Association of the American liniversitv Women and became vice-presi- dent of the League of Vilomen Voters. She also served as president of the Connecticut Social Studies Associa- tion. While at New London High School, Mrs. Vargas he- came known for her congenial disposition and co-opera- tive nature. We who had come to know her were grieved to receive the news of her death on Fehruary 24-. 1958. It is difhcult. if not impossihle. to total the services of a fine teacher to a community. The most impressive lesson she taught is to he found in her approach to life. Mrs. Vargas lived with an admirable conviction of the worth of her profession. If she were here now. she would he proud to review her career as a humhle ex- emplification of Rrvantis advice to us all in TILXNA- TOPSIS. "So lice, that when thy summons comes I0 join The innzmzerahle caravan :which moves To that mysterious realm where each shall take His chamher in the silenz halls of death. Thou go not. like the quarry-sla1'e at aight .qF0llfgl'li I0 his dungeon. 11111. .CllSfUl.7lI'IiI'l71ll soofhefl Ry an unfalfering lrusl. approach zhy gran' like one who wraps the drapery of his couch ,iliout him. anrl lies 1101171 I0 pleasant dreams." MRS. KA-XTIHZRINE B. VARGAS, B.,-X Born August 22, 1909 Dim! Ff'llI'llilI'y 2-1, 1953 CU TET . PART ONE SCHOOL Dedlcatlon ..A4 ,,..,.......,.,., Bulldlngs ......,...A,4 Administration A..,, Departments ,. . . . Classes ......,4.,.,,,s. Senior Album ..4...t. O Jr swim? if MQ. PART Two ATHLETICS Track Cross Country Swlmmlng Baseball Rlfle Team Basketball 4 QL I PART THREE ACTIVITIES 'Hx Clubs Features AdVCI'tlSlIlg Index 200 .9 E ra , V L f K , , If M-lei 5. N ' , , f VX It J Wglxzlel .' A , Ng, . 6 jx f l I Q . 0 D 'A A ' 0 'K 14 3 . , 474 lf, ' Football ...,..,.....................ll 4.,,.,... 1 30 I T' . aaabaaaabaa baaaaaaaaaaa.a.bbabb 1 sa A A ,rf ' ' l.ll,llll.l..,l, ,l4.lll.l I .,,.,... 1 40 . 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It is to his glory that he has learned to impose some measure of order upon this wild vitality and channel it in ways that promise to grant him such freedom as he has never known in his epoch. In New London we have become especially aware of the era ahead. Here almost daily we see evidence of the atom tamed. The Nautilus, slipping powerfully into the water of Long Island, shows us concretely how far man has come. However, each day our pace of existence increases along with a rise in the com- plexity of our total way of living. All of us need time to do things simply because we like to. Valid recreation not only gives us active pleasure but also helps revitalize the mind. It provides the person with an opportunity to produce artistic creations, to express his originality, and to do some logical and serious thinking. From leisure has come great, original works of mankind ranging from Plato's philosophy to Picasso's conception of time. But as machines have increasingly taken over our physical labor and given us time to ourselves, we have had to deal with the issue of what to do with the new-found freedom. We have had to learn the art of living, to avoid frustrating boredom, to discover at our leisure the resources of environment and of mind. And we have benefited, for when a people realize the opportunity to develop their skills, talents, and personalities, their society rises to higher cultural levels. Entrance to Gym and New Wing Front View of New Wing ,.,,f -1 The history of a school resides in the story of its buildings. Their walls enclose the achievements of the past and the accomplishments of the future. Each day the halls vibrate with the hum of student activity. Promptly at 2:45 the "hustle bustle" ceases and New London High slumbers to await the be- ginning of the next day. Physically, New London High School consists of four distinctly different buildings: Bartlett Hall, Nathan Hale Hall, Chapman Hall, and the new Annex. Bartlett Hall, the senior member of New London High, was originally a grammar school. It presently houses our Business and Science Departments. On its upper Hoor the science classes probe the mys- teries of the cell, mass and motion, while on the lower floors future secretaries and businessmen gain an insight into the commercial world. Vying for second place in seniority rank are Chapman Hall and Nathan Hale Hall. W-X ,ff ,f-"J , flf ' , .. ,XA ,. , '1.," - .fast , ,an-"' I J , VIEW SHOWING CLASSROOMS IN NEW WING Chapman Hall, formerly the home of the Chapman Techni- cal High School, became the central New London High School site upon consolidation of our secondary school sys- tem in 1951. In addition to serving as the center of activi- ties for most school functions, Chapman quarters the Home- making and Industrial Arts Department. Nathan Hale is named after the famous school master who died for his country in the Revolutionary War. Here one finds the Art Department, the Superintendentis oflice, and the Board of Educationis conference room. The library, also in Nathan Hale, is a favorite haunt. Finally, deep in the basement of this building, the student editors and aspiring reporters of the Clipper and Compass work strenuously to meet their respective deadlines. The modern Annex, completed in 1954, connects the Nathan Hale and Chapman Halls. Here the Mathematics Department expounds its theories to awe-stricken students. The addition also houses a combination gymnasium-audi- torium, cafeteria, and administrative oflices. fi. A WINTER SCENE Showing Side Entrance to Chapman Hall and Bartlett Hall in Background ---r A FAMILIAR SCENE. Students use Side entranve In new wing. NATHAN HALE HALL .JH 4. ', Mv,,A,E9 3. vu". 3 may ' -9 '-wg.5'J? iff- .5 'a,v"T"9"-w'1,,.'...' nf I "J1T'fEfi,' 1:- 67" ' U ug Wfiwv-5 'Ya' J ,Tj f' 1' xz:.4gg:Q:Afm--4 V P' ,. OUR NEW FIELD HOUSE ADJOININC VETERANS FIELD. , ww WM , .-1 9 1 c I . Aw!! . V . .a,L'Y1" ., ,. "il ' . WF AA..-E f '3- ff: is 1 n 3 f ' S 5.5. 2' A X 'ua "' . vw H X 15'- ." ,' ' '-af' A4 I vi- gk A 1 . 1, .sail ' '. M., .-ws 'fa , f N ,H M3 l , '44 x 0 1 wa '-1 x v . 1 0 Y. .nf. v f. A . V' ,U 4' . I' ' 4- , x I qf ' Hp 'Ji 1 ' lg 7 'O' '. ,, it '. M, X59 ' 'P-lyj' h? 1 4 1 . F. 1' "":'f.' ,, 555933 ,, . .Q aff ., X. . ' '4::v- Q4 , 'A '.'-" 1 lxrw. -y. -' " . 'n, qv' ' " ,.-., .. , an A f-4,-5.-A .. .r.'-. . q..,, -,:.5.,,bnh3-mfg-hifi Hgf, I ..,.. ---.U-.1 I , 3 " L. ' 4 3.','.1-rs',6 . ."f, r . 1 . " 'I -qfu ,. ft,- ' 2- . ,1. , ,A .Q , . ,. uf ,gr -lEog,f'1v 4:1 --- jug. ..-..- f. "A .vw " if -, ,'..u . " 1. . . ,4 if ' Vs vb, ' 'Q Z' Vs ,s K A 1 . ,a.v-'KJ' '."1. fl' L , V X ll , . ,ul "Q .- I .,. ' L, .5-w,'t,', 4 tw gf'- nf 5' .jk ",+"4 ' s YQ' Y' 1 's 9 I I - 'Q s V459 1 "' o K "Sw, tm' 5 W., 5 1 . - 1 . k 'W , , ,N , I fb Q50 Nazi, , H ,, ,, 4 x ... A l, o-4 f--4 l- it QFHOOI. BOARD MEMBERS ARE: .lohn F. Nlurphy. snperin- Frederick W. Edgerton. secretaryg Edward P. Neilan, Helen F. Lena, tendentg Dr. Joseph J. Castanza, president: A. Richard Cushman, Ur. Howard J. Hauss, Ann ll. Chase. GU L RE LIZED - JR. HIGH TU OPEN IN 1960 Planning. organizing. and administering directly affect- ing not only the present. hut also the future welfare of the student lvody and the community. are all parts of the com- plex jolt performed lvy the lloard of Education. The Board, composed of seven elected 1I1PIllltC'I'S and a Superintendent of Schools. supervise the expenditure of city funds. decide on major changes in the New London educational program, and generally guide the entire public school system. Wie have a public-spirited organization of men and women who have the best interests of their community as the root from which their ideas and policies grow. Our Boardls awareness of educational needs is to he found only in ex- ceptional persons with many years of experience. Cognizant of modern educational trends. the lloard selects the finest practices for our school system and thus keeps it vital and ever growing. The Boards present planning is centered around the ltuilding of a new junior high school to replace Bulkeley Junior High. They hope to complete it in time for the open- ing of the 1060 year. ROXKII Xllflllllffliz ,-Xnn Clllilr-P and Frederick Edgerton attend the get l1C'Lll1Zlllll8tl teavher's hanquet. L K ,.f-if Nr .. , J-. Ubi I 151 fiX 1 A TIREIESS ADMINISTRATOR "Duty makes us do things well, but love makes us do things beautifully." This quotation epitomizes the dedi- cated work of Mr. ,Iohn F. Murphy. Superintendent of- schools in New London. The father of four children, he understands the problems of youth and works tirelessly to raise educational standards in our schools. Mr. Murphy was born in Torrington. Connecticut. where he attended St. Francis Parochial School and Torrington High School. After receiving his AB. at Providence College and doing graduate work at Colum- bia Lhiversity. he took a law degree at St. John's Lvni- versity School of Law. He also received an A.M. from New York University. Mr. Murphy started his career in education by teach- ing history and civics in New York. He taught in Valley Stream. Long Island, where he served as assistant prin- cipal. Mr. Murphy was Superintendent of Schools in Torrington and came to New London in 1955. JOHN F. MURPHY Superintendent X 1 . ,,,, I., W fff.,m,,Mv... new www' NWVM ww an-M.f..,. V 5 MEMBERS OF THE SEPERINTENDENTS OFFICE STAFF are: Eunice Flaherty, Barbara Nix .1-, Z x on and Mary Shay. ,yy CARLTON F. SMALL Assistant Principal I One of the most vital areas of school administration is Guidance. Various divisions of the Guidance Department assist the student in selecting the proper courses of study throughout his school years. The Guidance Department and the Deans work together to help students find the answers to many personal problems. Both are concerned with encourag- ing young people to accept responsibility as the way to achieve maturity. By arranging conferences with parents the THOMAS R. FLANAGAN Dean of Boys . Ko ' I The experienced educators augment advice with an excel- lent testing program covering mental ability and aptitude, personal interests, and achievement. The oliice provides a file of college catalogues and occupational information. With the co-operation of the New London Chamber of Commerce, Guidance annually sponsors Career Days, which enable students to learn more about different vocations. It also aids students in selecting colleges, together with giving counselorslfbelp overcome student difficulties. advice as to financial aid. . WMA " lv Lf M' X jill Sy L . 1,5 il I I ti s ' Vial , I' ' M lv o fig 'I' . ' N. . P VIRGINIA CAREY MARSHALL H. NYE MICHAEL POWERS Dean of Girls Guidance Director Head Counselor EFFIFIENFY IS NIAINTAINEI1 Ffhclencs ln am orgamzatlon depends on the co operatnc eflort of a xsellcoordlnated stafl' TIIIS 19 the twpe of OFQZHIIIYZIIIOII our prnnr lpal Laurence H Qcanlon has connatentlx malntamed 'Vlr Qcanlon graduated from FIICIIIIUTE. Illgth School Mawachusetta He receu ed the A B degree ma na cum laude from Holy Croas College and the B Q IL and Fd'Vl degreei from Fltch burg qtate Teacheri College He haa also done graduate work at Harsard I nner 1tw 'Vlr qcanlon taught Engll h at Templeton Massachu Qetta from 1936 to 1910 In 1940 he accepted a teachlng posltlon 1n the En hh Department at Fxtchburg Hxgh School 'Nlllltars seruce lnterrupted h1s teachmg career He :erred h1Q countrw unt1l 1946 when he returned to Fxtchburg Hlgh as asalstant prlnclpal Mr Scanlon be came prmclpal there a sear later a post he retamed unt1l he took oser h1s present posltlon at lNew London Hlgh School m 1906 JM' LAURENCE H SCANI ON Prznczpal NEITHER RAIN 'NOR QLEET 'NOR COLD OF DAY, can keep Nlra Nanlon and Larn lr from cheermg for 'NLHQ 15 'xn- E. MILDRED ABBOTT M.A. Science Surveyg Audio Visual Director, Projece tion Club Advisor JANET BIUGQEAU Hot Committee Dra- matic DOROTHY BRENNAN A.B. English X 4 WILLIAM R. CANTY B.S. Algebra JOHN T. CONWAY, M.Ed. U, S. Historyg Faculty Manager of Athletics, Baseball Coach, Coordi- nator of Civil Defense Q15 Os s,G Mathematicsg Freshman Football and Baseball STEPHEN Borcnls, 13.5. I Businessg Advisor to Clipper Advertising Staff A DONAL , Qpeff .nab g 43 who " . '14 l CALLAHAN, B. . Businessg Compass Ad- visor MARION G. ANDERSON. BLA. Businessg Freshman Class Advisor, Freshman Attendance Supervisor JOHN K. BALENTINE, A.B. Latin: Coordinator of School Publicity and Public Relations f QQ Q9 RICHARD BENVENUTI Hannony, Bandg Swing Orchestra Advisor, Vari- ety Show 1 gui fi rf ' PJ f7"' I ' 1 -X . 3- , ' 'x Q r. Tasca helps L. Marr and M. Briggs solve their layout problems. MINERVA P. CLECG, MA. ASI, English Q cl ,W W . R if Tir A , in 0' L ,ang L sl, ii . "--1 P MARION CRAWFORD FRANKLIN C. EDWARD CROTEAU DONALD P. R.N. CROSBY, A.M. -'Rl' Bid. ' CROWELL, M.Ed. School Nurseg Advisor Mathematics: Financial plane Geometry: Tennis Guidance Counselor. to the Future Nurses of Advisor to the Clipper Coach Service Chest AdViS0l', America Assistant Advisor to the Student Council 53 1 H . RUTH B. DIEFFENBACK B 'VI Musnc Supervnsor A JEROME GOODWIN MEd Physlcs Electronics ua 'VN A -1, RUSSELL W HARRIS M A Engllsh Symposlum vlsor 2 f JOHN S JACZINSKI AS Auto NICCHBDICS ALBIN KAYRUKSTIS MEd Arts and Craft Meehan lcal Drawmg Stage 'Wake up Crew Varlety Show X S. ' -Q 93 .'fff,, . A :Haig 595- sf 1, v-1 JOSEPH P. DRISCOLL Englnsh Playb1llAdv1s or Compass Advxsor SOLOMON H GORDON MEd Chemistry Swlmmxng Coach cv? V' JOSEPH C HEAP M Ed Mathemaucs RUTH JACZINSKI M A Guldance Counselor MARION B KELSEY M A MILTON E FIKE 'NI A Sclence L2 A- STEPHEN S GRACEWSKI MA Latln Engllsh Latin Club Advnsor MARGARET G HEYER B S Art Supervisor CHARLES FRINK Ph D Problems of Democracy Advxsor to the Marshals MALCOLM G GREENAWAY AB Latm French French Club Advlsor Cross Country Coach Mon trealers FRANCIS H HOAGLAND BA Englxsh l 4 ABEL N GONSALVES MEd Mathematics fl'- GEORGE H GREGORY .IR MA General Metals Rrfle Club Asslstant Busmess Manager of Athletncs QQ EDITH C JACQUES B A Italian English Itallan Club Advisor el Lxghts Camera Action' ,I Baldelh S Thall English take notes for Nlr Robins during dress rehearsal . , - ,.I. ,B.A. .. , -- . . . : . . I . z ' -f f 'N ljci J' 5.1.44 -4 ' 'W' Q Lv .K , . X ,KN S . " 'X . K , ' W If .- 1 fs' ' I - y 1 1 , U ' y - - . ., . . . V . - g . - - Y - 3 - , 0 , . 3 . , . , i f4 , ' I ,' t ,lu . f f mv' F f I 14. j , , ' , 4 .1 . , . A , 4 ti , 4 it 'G' ' , , . . , . . , . . , . . , - - ' 3 ' Ad- ' ' ' ' . ' 4 ' fa. f., 'bf V 'f 51 . " r ' ffg'T 5f?'??Q f xx V L 7 -'A , M ,I . . . ' ' J. D f N , . I , 1 ' " , ' . V 3 . Ui" I 4 . L K. , V' ' l .ll , . . . , . . M , . ,, . , , , . . , . , s,. - - - 3 , I - , 4 MARY E KENYON BS Homemaking CoAdv1s or of Future Homemak ers of Amenca its if .IOHN LOFTUS M A r Mechanical Drawing WALLACE T MCKISSICK Science NORMAND L. METHOT B.S. Industrial Arts A-fivyf 5' if 'Q--r Us - Cf if ,ff , ELLIOT A. MOREAU, M.A. Business VIRGINIA E KERR Assistant to the Librarian Wir T DAVID T KING MA Business Ticket Com mittee Assistant Direc tor of Activities 40 -an 3-Q MARY D LEE BA Consumer Education Driver Education L-1 411 D Leg .IOHN .I MCCARTHY AVI Music Chorus String Quartet Choral Ensem ble PIHHO Accompanlsts Cub RICHARD W MERZ BS Business Clipper Sports Advisor .dxf W RUTH E. MOORE . . nglish 7 gui V. L ri . . l i ',,f ' BARBARA J. MORRIS, B.S. Physical Education 3 Cheerleaders, Pep Squad, Co-Advisor of Intramur- als MRS. McGUIRE AND MRS. CRAWFORD MZ ,Ar-95 make preparations for flu shot injections. FEDELE R. E. ALBERT MUGAVERO, M.A. N11-scum, MA, Social Studiesg Junior Biology: Attendance Su- Class Advisor, Attend- pervisor, Projection Club ance Supervisor Advisor D'-Q -ml WILLIAM G. O'BRIEN, B.S. Biologyg Head Coach of Athletics, Basketball Coach, Golf Coach, Co- Sponsor of Varsity Club ,W I DOROTHY PAGE. M.A. Spanish: Spanish Club Advisor QHTQQQG- MARTHA POWERS English 2 7 - , V A , 'f I . A 'bfi 1 'J , i . a Q' U 4. K FRANCES E. ORIANA L. PECK PECK, B.S. Homemaking Tailoring Librarian Library Serv ice Club Advisor fxt-4--... J-5 WALTER A. PECK A.B. Mathematics V' t, 1 MARY JANE REGAN MA nglxsh FRANK D ROBINS M Ed English Director f Dramatlcs A HOWARD T. PIERCE, A.B. Plane Geometry Senior Committee 04 .J-1' LOUISE E REYNOLDS B S Physical Education Cheerleaders Girls Ath lehc Association ROBERT ROCKHOLZ B A Mathematics Assistant Coach of Football Boys State Chairman ii' if wi MAE T ROOD BS Dietician Cafetena Di rector ITS AWFULLY GOOD says H Sturgis as he samples his own creation in the homemaklng baking contest HARRY P SANTANGELO MS Mechanical Drawing Awards Committee School Safety Committee JOHN M JOSEPH A SHEEHY BA SILVA BS Latin English Senior Social Studies Assist Class Advisor ant Basketball Coach Freshman Basketball Coach N JX PAUL SKRIGAN BA Social Studies Problems of Democracy Track Coach Athletic Council so PALMER A SABILIA B S Physical Education Assistant Football Coach Intramurals al RICHARD F SNAPE M Ed Social Studies Student 23 Council Advisor Attend ance Supervisor S L Je It ' ,KQ V ' X ,., L-f QW - IW-"U fl ytatt B.S. , . . f ' - A E 1 , ' ,. Z I sf. in ' A-4 . fy . W , so y S .C , ' L I , 1 Y - Q - - - 1 if G . U 0 . 4 . c- ' .' l , M 'S 5-V 'tj K - , Q M- an Wm A X "S ! , t J ' x , s . w. S? ,Q I xy. s - xx xi ' f 4, A 4 YNGVE E MINNIE B QODERBERG STOW M S Ar Poster Publlcnv Business English Clipper Art Advisor 1" ROQE STUCKY M A English HARLAN M STURGIS MA Problems of Democracy Football Coach Nl .',,,... ROBERT L. VOYER B.A. Science ..,g, JOHNNY E. WILSON B.S. WHO WILL BE MISS New London High? AQ.. 'Um sv MAURA JOSEPH A GEORGE J MARY E SULLIVAN TASCA MA TYROPOLIS Mm TYTLA MA Social Studies Forum Club Advisor Junior Cla ss Advisor Attend ance Supervlsor French Clipper Advisor English Junlor Class Business Photography Advisor Advisor .ffcfcdi ,Lv If NANCY P. ' WATSON Bs. Business' Freshman Class Advisor if in . 745'-. 'S-va JOHN A. MR. LOFTUS corrects work of YOUNG JR. B.S. future Rembrandts W. Bucko and R. Richardson. Industrial Arts Meehan- Driver Education ical Drawing. of -J ,. V' .1 w in E7 P9 OUR SECRETARIES: Aga- tha 0'Neill, Laura Boyce, ,Io- hanna Shea. Back row: Eliza- heth Brogan, Lottie Beebe, Lillian Carlyle and Pauline Sullivan. ' ls I LJ- ' , l p , . f L L, 4, L l L' U' fl K . Q. 'Lb " h U V A V I ui 'ik , 1 sLt,t,'l' Lx v J, x I law' if Q Q :J 4 -ff ' A J N 'ivy I Q, ,, V 4 M fl -"M f"" I DI PEN ABLE TU LH K 1 pf The Secretarial Staff. an indispensable part of the New London L, L I High School administration. holds the responsibility for all school finan- Ly QJ9' 9? cial accounts, state reports. attendance records, and college transcripts. Included in this group are an attendance clerk. a secretary to the prin- cipal, a telephone operator. a secretary to the Deans. and a general staff whose johs include mimeographing notices. typing records. assemhling attendance reports and keeping financial statements. The Secretarial Stall' uses student ofhce helpers to deliver notices and homeroom envelopes and to assist with routine office typing. X I? JOHN TROLAND Department Head SCIENCE 'ML F. MURPHY deciphers a chem problem for S. Rosseti. A CHALLENGE IN OUR UNIVERSE With satellites orbiting above us and atomic submarines cruising beneath us. we have found an exciting challenge in our quest for the basic knowledge relating man to his universe. More and more students. sensitive to the demands of the future and of destiny are taking advantage of the offerings of our Science Department. Safely removed from the main campus lies Bartlett Hall, home of the crucible. the microscope, and the hydraulic press. Here, an increasingly competent staff prepares students for four years to assume their proper places in the scientific world ahead. Freshmen get their introduction to science in a survey class. ln biology, sophomores learn that a one-celled animal can be a tremendously complicated organism whose workings are just now being understood thoroughly. Working their way forward, the sophomores finally come to a high point: they dissect a frog. Wide open windows in the middle of winter are a sure sign that juniors are attempting to dispel the fumes of their test-tube tempests. Seniors. after only a month of physics, converse learnedly of Ermcg. They perform many experiments which help them to understand the basic principles involved in the study of this vast field of science. CHECKING PROFRESS OF THEIR PLANT EXPERINIENTN are L 'Nlorales D Shultz Nl Bri gs by '--wi ,R-gn s 'W 'r Tw, K. M 4 4 A A 3 we l if 1 -1 2 PHILLIP B. PASQUALE 1 Department Head ,, .Q If .. .f 'T .5 f,,,V M.-71 f , Jfwwft c 'nn ' -Lf: 1 ,'blJ'?'Qg, ,aw ...gav- Wu 1' i ' 5 I I 2 ' f SOCIAL STUDIES THE WORLD OF THE FUTURE looks topsy turvy to A. Morris, ,I. Crippo, D. Hec. FAITH IS THE DEMOCRATIC WAY What does Social Studies mean to you? If you are a protege of this department, it spells long hours of arduous work on gruelling assignments. However, when a student has finished his four years at New London High School he knows that the principles taught in Social Studies will be his tools for life. The duty of the Social Studies Department is to instill in young men and women faith in the democratic way of life and realization of the many problems in modern society. Our instructors fulfill this obligation in the courses offered under our four-year high school curriculum. Ancient History illuminates the dark past to our freshmen. Here the novices learn of the uglory that was Egyptw through the ages to the "decline and fall of the Roman Empiref' Modern European History explains the economic and political development of Europe. United States History traces the growth of the country from the voyages of Columbus to current explorations in the realm of space. Problems of Democracy centers around an exposition of major social problems. The greatest value of this course is that it encourages students to think for themselves without stumbling into the pitfalls of prejudice and stereotypes. 1 'gf:zf4.s4rf4 -Qi -Q , -9 wa- . f ,Q ,yr 5 si SLU' -s' H., ,--Qs 9 ,li - iff FW-if' ,+ ! I si -1-.--4 FORUM CLUB MEMBERS wgfaxgn the pkfgfliaigil cons in preparation for debate with a neighboring svhnol. i 1 W N Nl EK we LM' 1 fy A if zixrf' "kv S 3 5 .F tx 1, 3 1. L aw R I I u-'rf' ' A ' CV L 524 .4 X ! fs 5 ' w A ' ' 11 , Wy ' i 1... N ' . . X x Q 7 lJ"l 4?-if R. Ugzucvioni. C. DiNfagai0. C. Morris I.. iartnri mnduct a srmialiged recitalifwn in Nlr. Paxqualel PUD via--, I4 .A ,fv- e. Z ,1 I I I I I I MEXICO, THE LAND OF ENCIIANTMENT, says J. Weathered to R. Ro ...I , il he .., 4 41 X ,4 XI '5x.s, f I ', AMO. Qtru fmlc - rc- 30 I!',.f"' I. i .-Xue-Kg, ANI.-XT. A firit ymir Iulin C1416 -N with a wrb test. WC. j n J. RROQN NN SHOWS J,IIATIIeXW.XY:1nint artivle in the Frvnvh daily "In Prw-r-." i 5' L. MORALES displays a native costume in Spanish Class. UNDERSTANDING Ulllt NEIGHISUIHS '4Saluti amici nostrif' 6'Come State?,' These familiar sounds emanate from C 22-A. Here we may hear the flowing sounds of Italian as we pass the door. Or. going through the halls of Nathan Hale we may hear, "Cui, es el burro?',, 'aAimez-vous le francais?7', HOmnes Gallia divisa est in partes tresf' As you may have realized, these are the sounds of our future linguists studying at our New London High School. Latin class offered us more than just a knowledge of Caesar's Gallic War and Aeneas's problems with Didog through Latin many of us increased our vocabulary and came to understand English gram- mar more thoroughly. Latin has also been the key to our problem of understanding and appreciating English literature. Spanish class taught us more about our neighbors to the south and increased our enjoyment of their cultures. ltalian geography and history developed in us an appreciation of ltalyas importance. Yvithin a reasonable length of time we could speak the language and amazed our friends with g'Come stai, oggiip, as well as with "lo parlo un po' diitalianofi "Comment allez-vous aujourd'hui'?" French class soon taught us to reply with a pleased. "Tres bien. mercif' Aside from the hours of hard work were the relaxing occasions when we saw a French movie or heard a lecture on France. Classes in foreign languages broadened our background by teach- ing us to understand the customs and civilizations of other peoples of the world. Through this study we discovered a new world of adven- ture in studying. reading. writing. traveling. and also in living. .4 .. 5-S- av"" P. HENRY SHAY 1- -V Department Head ' L t ..,. . I 3 ..V.3 iii, , iii? f, is ih- '- xii ' FOREIGN LANGUAGES i i ff? ' 1- A A BLACKBOARD FEFFION in a Spanish II class. ll. Rhodes and K. Snow. K .f I llfil cafvs' lluglli I::'3"JtIll 'at anlllllllk incessan- "'lg sals- 'rcpxg I . .:,y.:' sI'4V EVERETT T. MCLOUGHLIN Department Head COURSES USEEUL IN LATER LIFE The boys in the New London High School Industrial Arts De- partment could easily uset up shopa, with their products. For from the basement of the Chapman building come desks, cedar chests, tables, lamps, and various other articles designed and made by boys working in the department's well-equipped shops. Classes in Driver Education turn out drivers that will be a credit to our school. In Auto Mechanics students receive training and ex- perience necessary to understand the principles of the automobile engine. General Mechanics emphasizes the methods of refining and shaping materials while laying the foundation for future welders. Prospective homeowners learn how to repair worn articles and employ useful household tricks in the homecraft classes. Courses in wood- working provide the basic skills of this art and stress work experi- ence in style, design, and construction of models. The Industrial Arts Department strives to develop individual growth and originality in students and gives them valuable training in courses which will be useful in later life. gif" A LESSON IN SHARPENING A SAW by Mr. Methot. 32 THE VILLAGE SMITHY .al 4 QQ Y Q. Z ! i I 5? 1, 0 , .. ..? 2320. 'Q usb--F.-v ,f --Q -l QM: 1 'IT' ' , 1. 1 ,f1h,?5, .J 1 ,il ffflk i, ,- 53 .SA ' Q K YY: iii? , Wqngi, K.- x. .rt 726 ,Wh im. 4 2 7. 44 64, 3 . If Y- Qzf , O X 'Q fi 'JL 0 9 I 1 Li gi w. wx W NAV! 1 'X i 2 wr ,,,, .4 CULINARY CAPERF: Nl. Lung. ll. HI't'IHlLlIl, l. FUIITU MRS. KENYON pravtives first airl on R. IXIZIITNIIIC e ...u af K , 1 . A me xx - N., ANR., 1 "W MV., Q- ,. , , +-H ,Wg f ,M X -- xx 1 TI-IE LATEST FRONI CHRISTIAN DIOR' M. Farrell ad'usts hem on R. , I Reise's new coat. THE HUME -BASIC T0 SUCIETY From the time of Adam to the modern twentieth century, the Hhomeli has been the basis for all civilizations. In our Home Economics Department. the girls deal with the funda- mental values and problems associated with living in and caring for the home. Since harmonious family life con- tributes so heavily to society. our future homemakers must develop abilities and skills in clothing and housing the family, as well as in understanding personal and group relationships. With the variety of machines and advertisers' "miracle products" on the market. girls must learn how to buy wisely. The modern homemaker does not need to spend half of her time cooking: isith proper management of time, energy, and money. she can serve the family nourishing. attractive, and moderately priced food. Whether she purchases all of the clothes or makes them. today's housewife is skilled in clothing the family. Studies show that 52.000,000 women engage in home setting: through this practice they become. not only good seamstresses. but also excellent clothes buyers. Respect and understanding in the home are ideals that spread to all people and lead to world peace. However. such aims must arrive from mutual respect. feelings of security. and self-knowledge. The teachers of our Home Economics Department are working in this direction by developing in the individual Z1 capacity for creating a full and happy life. IAIJIE9. DO YOI' OVERIDAD YOIfR AIfTONI.-XTIC? S. McLean, C. Stepp, and I.. Nickerson plead innocent. HOMEMAKING ,.., 's-. ESTHER STENSBY Department Head W L Y 1 K W ' -1 L 3 K-L -1 MATHEMATICS ff? - ' 4 I :'. . qi .af-I 'QL 2111.33 1I1g':5'5 A .,i,1f . .. A an JY' 1..- E. CEIGER AND W, RAFFERTY watch attentively as Mr. Croteau solves a geometrical problem. ERNEST N. FALCONER Department Head .- ,. I ff? D ' ff X xxx R X ,4- J 4 'Aff' Wi .W ,.. 'N 'W x..u..v.-W... ' M. GRILLO, C. SULLIVAN, C. CUFF, AND C. KINNEY inspect a Surveyor's Transit in Mr. Cr0sby's Math class f?. ' -ggasiiif .N 4'-1-'i'f?f' '19 f Ei 1 ! I -.. .wif A E. WOODWORTH expounds the Pythagorean Theorem to S. Farrell. P XARGER explains tangencv to P Watrous EDU TIU FUR UDER EDUC TIU i'lVly Dear Aunt Sallyzi' This popular quotation which stands for multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction has haunted us in our study of Mathematics at New London High School. The trouble started when an unintelligent store- keeper was trying to mix various types of coffee at different prices and continued with boys rowing upstream: it cul- minated with two cars traveling at unknown rates toward an unknown destination. After a year, we launched into Geom- etry and proceeded to acquire a superfluous knowledge of circles. triangles. and quadrilaterals. After struggling for many weeks. we finally understood why S.A.S. is congruent to SAS. ln Algebra Il, we discovered that logs were not just pieces of wood. but an even further way of complicating our study of mathematics. We studied quadratics. exponential equa- tions. and interest problems. With two years of Algebra and a year of Geometry be- hind us. a few of us ventured into Trig and Solid and even into Algebra lll. ln these advanced courses, we bafHed our teachers with explanations of why our circles came out egg shaped. why our parabolas opened upside down, and why it was possible to find infinity. ln Algebra lll. we received our first dose of analytics and the rudiments of the calculus. Here we tried desperately to solve cultic equations by their derivatives. You would think that we had had enough. but many of us will continue our study of mathematics in college. i uf A QUESTION FOR PANEL MEMBER L. Lockard in Miss Moore's English class. 5 f' 3 i AN IMPORTANT THEME CONFERENCE with Mr. Sheehy. i MR. MEDEIROS prepares his Seniors for College next year. 38 DRESS REHEARSAL CRITIQUE xx pau V VX l -L ,f XV-..,, ,f I G LALRENS ATTWILL Department Head BUSINESS N A TRANQCRIPTION CLASQ ta e dxctatlon LJU QJXTH W ORDS X 'NIINLTE OR BLST ays B Henkle NI RON DONIANQKI me her hand at the addmg mavhme ls., ,asm 5 'E ART EXHIBITIU excellent criteria of student talents f x'w4-..vi Q t 1 xi J KI V1 'LX ' ala we .. Y L. SISSON and D. FIFSON W'ORK on color Ch it 1 tllt 4 I , 4 ..,,. V i arts. The annual exhibition held at the Lyman Allyn museum is an excellent criterion of the work of New London High School's Art Department. Here one finds eye-catching posters featuring school social events and the latest in fashion designs, still life paintings, and other artistic samples of our students, efforts. Basic to an art Curriculum is the emphasis of the relationship of color, style. texture. ancl form to manis environment. The stuclent who knows these principles has a more sympathetic perspective of life around him. 55. ifg 'NIR KAY W XTCHEN Nl QI II IX VV paint 5 1 -4 X :df 'w .lx X yt VNATY yu xl 'YN ' xxxw Since individual expression is de riguer in art, most students manage somehow to tap the special imaginative vein in all of us. But we are not all equally gifted. Some pupils must be shown the elementsg and are delighted, eventually, to discover they can he original simply by heing truly themselves. At New London lligh School, then, art is individual expres- sion. It is not simply color on canvas, hut the personality ob- LEARNING THE ART OF AIR BRUSHING. W. Ryan and E. Simonds jectilied. an honest effort at severe interpretation of the world. The student's mind returns refreshed from such an experience. ,1"'i f0f 'he Play, She SIOOPS I0 Conquer. NIR. KAX shows L. Fandstrom how to apply make-up. Y PERFECT FORM. R. Torgan practices the forward roll. SPURTMANSHIP OUR AIM Some of the activities in the gym have become a bugaboo to us because they entail for the girls, stringy hair after a showerg or, for the boys, a twisted ankle from wrestling, sore muscles after that crab around the gym. By the time we graduate these hazards have become a routine at New London High and are always good for a laugh. For what could be more invigorating than a fast volleyball game or basketball scrimmage between classmates on a blustery day, within the confines of our gymnasium. What else could equal the welcome break in our daily grind at NLHS. 'x ,i,mf"yy LAWRENCE J. DREW A Department Head PHYSICAL EDUCATION A MAD FCRANIBLE for the ball during a gym class. MUSIC I l I 'V' 0' ANOTHER NOVEL ARRANCEMENTff5'repared for the Variety Show by Mr. Benytelfmi and . MCA Loughlin.,, r fl 44, 0v""W ' if 7 Mwfihfu QL: jx LSL HATE ER YOUR T TE OUR ll IC DEP HT E T can satisfy your need for relaxation Do you dig hebop, jazz, wriggle to rock and roll, hum Chopin, or appreciate chamber music? Whatever your musical interest, the New London High School Music Department can provide something to satisfy your particular need. The Department features four bands, three choral groups, and an orchestra. The repertory of each group includes everything from popular tunes to religious music. In addition to offering classes in music theory, music appreciation, and harmony, the Department is very active in school affairs. The hand and choir take an active part in rallies: dances! festivals, assemblies. parades and concerts. One of the Music Departmentfs most important functions is to provide entertain- ment and relaxation from the academic stint. What loyal NLHS student has not gotten a thrill from watching our hand at a footlmall game march proudly by in their green and gold uniforms? Who has not enjoyed hearing the rytlimic spirituals or the novelty numbers of the choir at the Spring Concert? The presence of our instrumental and choral groups at school and community functions never fails to provide the student body and the general puhlic with continual pleasure and enjoyment. R. TFCCHIO. D. ORFINI. J. PROKOP. Nl. CRILLO pro vide good music for the llalloween Dance. J. RAND!! proudly leurls our marvhing band during half- time Caper-. 4 X N 0 CML XX:-wpwvvcwxfb Www.,-'-L fQf'LgE,fyx C floxgrl C-. .k Ylrj' V. Genovese, F. Philopena, C. Rolfe, and D. Nilsson play it smooth and sweet. X 4 OUR HARD TO BEAT BRASS SECTION includes V. Genovese, F. Philopena, C. Rolfe, D. Nilsson, A. DiMaggio. W. Smtt. and R. Chappell. Q ff iz. cf, W V ff 'N " r S . ri C . X .N R, SYLVESTER, A. ARTINO. ANU J. ClfAlllI,ONE keep up a live tempo at one of our dances. 'n 3531! H 51 Q ll i, 'K 'I 7- FPIUM HIIMEH TU HEMINGWAY Looking for information? Whether it be about the life of Shakespeare or the works of Poe, you will find it in the New London High School library. Much of the library is devoted to reference material, including a wide selection of encyclopedias, biographies, and histories. Such material is a helpful supplement to our classroom studies and in the preparation of themes and reports. Certainly no student would write that one- thousand-word theme without using our library. Our library shelves contain the masters from Homer to Hemingway as well as all the really important maga- zines ancl newspapers. It also contains foreign language newspapers and magazines. This material is useful for recreational reading. for preparation of book reports, and for keeping up with current events. The New London lligh School library is a valuable resource for research and enjoyment. Whoever takes advantage of the sources will find that he knows more about himself. his neighbors, his society, and indeed, the universe. CHECKING THE VERY LATEST in ma anne are B L. BallCSII'lI'li. A. finlunis. 48 V by -A J A 3 'grill' ..,, .Vi 1, it' BN N-"Pad ,,',,. . .,i P. STRAZZA, C. HUNTER AND J. JACKSON look over the recent arrivals to our library. LIBRARY 4 1.4, in BX' READ WITH THE LlTERATl. Pivtured are: R. Crandall, R. SEEKlNC REFERENCE SOURCES for that English assignment are C. Cuff Alexander, A. Capozza. and M. Cerity. Eli , ,f .ga-.OF-.9 Mixing 4- 4' N .4 X ' A 'lik 1 THE LIBRARY CLLB: Y. Palardy. L. Woodward. M. Oswald. P. Yarger, C. Crimes and C. Beckwith. HUT, NUIIRISHINH ANU TASTY l'nder the direction of Mrs. Rood. the efficient cafeteria staff has the mammoth task of feeding hungry students and teachers through three hectic lunch periods every day. Each morning, advance notice of the stafT's culinary magic per- vades adjacent corridors. Mouth-tingling odors may work their way into even the most distant classrooms, competing successfully with the Napoleonic wars, and the quadratic equations. At ten-thirty even the lowly hot dog takes on in the imagi- nation the promise of a Roman feast. When at eleven o'clock, the first of the hungry hordes tumhle toward the immaculate kitchen, the results of three or more hours of diligent cook- ery disappear abruptly. By the end of the third shift, they have left the dishes on every tray "eaten clean." When the last student hurries out of New London High School the custodian staff begins its hroom-odyssey through the halls, classrooms, and gymnasium. CAFETERIA x8 V fi RELAXING AFTER THE HUNGRY HORDES have been fed are: Mrs. Southworth, Mrs. Worthington, Mrs. Foster, x Mrs. Ficarra. Mrs. Hoare, Mrs. Morris. L. O'BERNE checks the school's heating system. 1' I ffl 1' 1 ls.X V' , Qi' I an--' V X 'X I . , W zf?Z...y L. BITCOOD. J. HATHAWAY, enjoy the spaghetti dinner at the Baron J. 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Q' n 'Gil' . fqfw 1 FX D l mfg! 1 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS are Henry Booth treasurer Mary McCarry secretary Sandra Saunders uce presldent Peter Bentson pres1dent ALL EVENTHIL POUR YE R COME TU AN E D After three wears of hlgh school educatlon some happx all esentful we the class of 1939 antlclpate the fourth and final year Some of us w1ll cont1nue our academxc studles whlle others wmll seek jobs Immedl atelw after graduatlon from the first dax that we en whatex er means posslhle the xerx best that our predeces sors had to offer We thlnk we haxe already d1st1n guxshed oursels es ln the fields of dramatlcs athletlcs as well as amclemualls As Semors we now hold respon slble POQIUOIIQ on the publlmtlons student government baton and theerleadlnz, clubs At thls pomt the only source of worry was a sudden reallzatlon that we had just reached the end of what we now saw as our all too short hlgh school career It seemed as though we had just begun as new and untrled freshmen But here we were determmed to make our place our trust 1n the future semors to mamtaln and to hold hxgh the ldeals XNl'llCl'l we have practlced and furth ered durlng our four wears at New London Hugh School Regardless of our future plans we w1ll always remem ber and be a part of our beloved alma mater New London Hlgh School -s 1 2 , : ' , L 2 l ' 7 ' tered NLHS. our main objective was to surpass, by Senior year. not only the last, but also the best. We ' ' ' 'C I re M Y 1 - 9 WE BID ADIEU TU SUMMER After blddmg adleu to a refreshmg summer vacatron, we dlscovered ourselves once agaln m the fast movlng current of school llfe In addltlon to dolng our school asslgnments we found trme to renew old acquamtances and to make new ones Soon we moved brlskly 1nto numerous extracurrrcular actlvltles While some of us prepared plans for plays and publlcatrons others jomed clubs of an academlc nature as the French Club and of wocatlonal and pro fesslonal rmportance as the Future Teacher s Club At the same trme the athletic teams were practrcrng or preparmg to meet schedules for the season ahead In a gay start to our socral season, the Dance Band made its debut at the Klck off Dance whlch gave every one a chance to see his frlends together Soon after, the Dance Band provlded the muslc for the welrd Halloween Dance hrghllghted by wltches and gobllns SENIOR MEMBERS OF THE STUDENT COUNCIL are L Sullrvan R Ferrara J Donnee E Brady 451-'sl 7 W THE QEYIOR NIARQHALS Front row C UQUCCIODI C Frlnk NI 'NIcCarn 9 For ney S Vue P Qpencer P Wronowskl H Wa hton C Frandall Nllddle row L Yaullla R Wanderveer L bullnan B Brockett P Bent son, F Vogt, E Brady, A Traggls Top row R Ingram J Stummer, R Elwood NI Centy, R Butchka, ,I Hen derson F L , . . .. . - '- . , . . , T7 in 1 I I . 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Class Treasurer Symposxum, Spanish Club, Senlor Councxl, Second Honors, National Honor Soclety BOSKA, PATRICIA ANN "Ann" T. 'Y I . sc: , I if Q 1 L 1 .L X f ' Q' I lx., R., -Y' I f, 'MJ I 1 ig ?QLi233::?,,"f1SlNl-. I 'pf , pt, ,P t 2 L 3 K! '. 7 RN ff? if n.N L ff BBHQ i A K Y K7 , BARKER, BRUCE FRANCIS: "Bark" Projection Club, Spanish df- . , I ':.. nf 'I ' :al rg - Ir. . 5' I "f g ., , Nl' . ..:. . A ' tr- 7 F Q, I Q . . l , , A I .. H L - 3 ' Z A P V y A Z t. Y. : I 5 .A . , L. J QD Sf. S , f I - I f . nf' ' . . 9 aw- , Q v J 3 ' 2 I lj' ,, x Q? V' , : 3 . . 0 L 1 'NU O MM, 'ls .4 I I' :QU NNW, , , ' 3 - g J 'rl I A I I - sv r :Qtbx l 7 nu 7 Y . . 1 ' x Q1 I I F ,ov tx I . If Rf" ' . - . . . , 1 ' A 2, . . , X Y 0 t - , l1l0I' Wy fjfw fy First Row BRACE RICHARD ALDEN Dick Second Honors BRADY EDWARD C Eddle French Club Student Councll Montrealers Boys State Marshals lleutenant Spanxsh Club Sym poslum Chpper Second Honors Natxonal Honor Soclety BRATTON BOBBY BAITES Bob Band Intramurals Second Row BRINKMAN EDWIN PUTNAM Ed Track Boys State Forum Club BROCKETT BRUCE FORREST Boo Football Swlmmlng Track Boys State Marshals Second Honors BRODEUR STEPHEN NEIL Steve Swlmmlng Orchestra Projec txon Club Swmg Band Thlrd Row BROIDA JOEL DAVID Joe Rlfle Club Track Spamsh Club Latm Club French Club Montrealers Clxpper Sports Edxtor Qulll and Scroll BROWN LUCILLE EMMA Lou Spamsh Club Make up Crew Fourth Row BRYSON JOEL A Projectxon Club Band Rlfle Club BURCHSTED ALBERT E Beans Hobby Club Projectlon Club All State Chorus Intramurals BURNHAM MARCIA J Ollice Assrstant French Club Future Teachers Flfth Row BURNHAM STOWELL LIVINCSTONE Forum Club Intramurals Latm Club BURNS THOMAS Tom BURWOOD CAROL ELAINE Future Homemakers Latm Club Montrealers Stage Crew Sixth Row BUTCHKA RICHARD VICTOR Butch Football co captam Bas ketball Baseball Student Councnl v1ce presldent Track Athletlc Councnl Boys State Conn Federatnon of Student Counclls Mar shals Second Honors BUTLER DONALD HENRY Donme Freshman Chorus Choir BYARS ROBERT H Bob Proyectron Club Rxfle Team J 0 r X . ICI X, 3 DJ rf ' M' M- . df? l u - no , . H ' 71 l ' , 1 I v ' . ' v I I 'Y 7 1 . ! . 7 2 : 9 - I u 11 , 7 ' 9 ' , as vs I 1 , 7 ' 7 7 . . N 'V . ' ' . . , 1 ' 7 Y 9 I , rs 19- ' ' , , - - . 3 ' 9 7 , . I as H - , , ' 5 ' 7 9 ' BROSNAN, JOHN FRANCIS: "Zole" Cross Countryg Basketballg : 9 9 , s ' , as 11 ' , - 7 ' 7 ' , -2 ' ' 4 : ' - , -- , , . Q , , -2 ' 9 Q . , I 3 9 1 , st n , . , 2 9 ' x Q . ! ' 7 7 ' I: , 9 , 1 - 2 L. ' . 9 9 . 3 - , l u - sv - , . 4 . 9 ' 7 ' 1959 Frrs! Row CALKINS DAVID EARL Dave CANTIN LORETTA CLAIRE ANN Lola Pep Club CARLSON IRENE SARAH Renae Second Row CARNAROLI HENRY Hank Football Basketball Baseball CARPENTER KAY FRANCES GAA CASEY BERNICE ANN Future Homemakers lg,-X ID' Isl' nb' ,.. Thrrd Row Q CEIL .IANIES .llm I CELANTAINO JANET RAE Jay PepS ad eerlea ers 'A' CERRETO CAROL ANNE Spamsh Cl ,M Fourth Row 'LJ X CESARINI DONALD LOUIS Cess owlmg Club CHANIPLIN GEORGE ARTHUR Sklp Dance Commlttee CHAPXIAN PEARL ALICE Dance Committee Make up Crew Ecu 14757 OL 'TQ aL,-4'-4 Frfth Row CHAPPELL 'NIARY ANN 'Nlonlrealers Future Nurses CHAPPELL ROBERT FRANKLIN Chap Basketball Baseball Nlarshals Cross Country Swmg Band Y anety Show CEHIEISTIYA ROBERT EDWARD Chns Electncal Crew Italxan lu Slxth Row CHURCH ELEANOREJANE El CLARK DAVID BLEL Dave Football Rnfle Team Track CLARK JULIE I -P' 'Qs H' ,-. -F 'U' 'A 4-I O ww A U WL W ,p I MM W QMJJX is 723 U Q L big' L, sv-X OI' If IM NW My It I I., WWE '47 4-f' Fnrst Row CLARK ROBERT J Bob CLARKE GEORGE KLINK Jug Thesplans secretary 3 presl dent 4 Electrncal Crew Announcmg Staff Stage Crew co Ofdl nator SwImmIng Team Symposlum CLEARY DAVID A Xavler Basketball Cross Country Track Second Row CLEARY ROBERT Boots Football Basketball Baseball Latm Club COBURN LAWRENCE DAVID Third Row COLBY ROBERT ANDREWS Cobra Compass COLLETT SANDRA PATRICIA Sandy Band COLONIS PETER WILLIAM Greek Cross Country Track Rlfle 1.4- Club 'C' I Fourth Row COLTON DENNIS B CONE NELSON CONNELL JAMES LAWRENCE Flfth Row E' CONNOLLY MARY LOUISE Mary Lou Itallan Club CONTINO PHILIP ANTHONY Beaver Engllsh Club CORTINA GLORIA ANN Glo Latm Club Otfmce Club GAA Flrst Honors Natlonal Honor Socxety i 1? fw- "ff ir" ,Zin -Q' If ff? g Z. ,fffj I .rx Snxth Row COUILLARD GERALD ROBERT .lerry Freshman Chorus Latm Club Thesplans Stage Crew Italxan Club Cholr Playbxll Strmg Orchestra Marshals Varlety Show Electrlcal Crew Cllpper asso clate edltor All State Chorus Symposlum Quxll and Scroll Second QD- Honors CRANDALL CAROLYN MARIE Cran Baton Club Freshman Chorus French Club Vanety Show Glee Club Marshals Spanlsh Club Montrealers CROCICCHIA CYNTHIA MARY Cmdy wg-4" 60 35 Olgbi - w N G L I OXNA I XF' A TI X 76 r Jug! 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' I ' : I 4- I I V : 'y : 9 in N: ': ' :Q 'l - is 'A U ' : U n Q ' ' : . l' . z ' ' , - 1- ,,,. 199 First Row CROCKER CYRIL AUGUSTUS Skrp Band Varlety Show Swlng Band CROTTY NIARIE ANNE GAA secretary Intramurals Future Nurses treasurer Second Honors Natronal Honor Soclety CROLCH JUDITH LYNN Judy Glee Club Choir Future Nurses treasurer 3 presldent 4 Spamsh Club Second Honors Second Row CROWELL JOHN A Jac Intramurals Projectlon Club R1He Club secretary Rrfle Team Spanlsh Club Clxpper Ad Staff Sec ond Honors CRUISE JEANNETTE EMMA Compass Strlng Orchestra All State Orchestra Forum Club French Club Second Honors CUFF CHARLOTTE DOROTHEA Char Pep Club Intramurals Compass Future Teachers Glee Club Variety Show Choir Cllp per French Club VICE presrdent GAA presldent Montrealers Senior Dance Committee Third Row CUTILLO JOHN Jack Englrsh Club DAVIS PAULA NOREEN Bowllng English Club Future Home makers Intramurals Compass Make up Crew Future Teachers DAVIS WILLIAM OLIVER Blll Rlfle Club Stage Crew Fourth Row LMC! DAY DONNA LEE Doke Baton Club DAY FRANCIS L DEFONSES JEAN AGNES Make up Crew Future urses ft! 6 fm Fifth Row DENIERS RONALD D Ron De'VOIA CONSTANCE LEE Con Nlake up Crew secretary Thespnans Othce Assistant Servxce Chest Compass assocxate edrtor Stage Crew Senior Councll DEVITO 'NIICHAEL WIARK Nhke Cross Country Basketball Football Baseball Swmg Band Dance Commxttee Senlor Councll Nlontrealers Spanish Club Slxth Row DICKQOIN WAYINE ARTHUR Dlx Projection Club Montrealers Cro s Country Track Forum Club DININIOCK DONALD JANIES Don D1PALNIA CLAIRE E CheChe Freshman Chorus Strmg Or chestra Glee Club Cholr Vanety Show Pep Squad Cheerleaders Future Nurses A rr - n , - , , . . , y , r : . . ., , , 7 Y Y ' T . if " . ' . ' s - v u Y 7 1 7 ' 2 . sa ss , - ' , ' y -- 1 1 s l s w 1 ' y 3 1 9 ' 1 I 1 - I na 11 , , 9 ' 7 9 2 Z y 1 1 ' ' 5 v ' Q - - -1 r 1 ' , as n - U , . . V v - 1 1 ' 3 a v ' y - ' 44 - 91 - , , . , . 1- , f , l , tt n dr 1 , . . xi A f I ' I L , . by ,J lx C., , . 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Short Circuit 'ELWIDOD ROBERT W.: El Marshals' Basketball' Football- rac . Sixth Row' ENOS DAVID ALLEN: Dave Freshman Chorus' Choir- Intra- murals. ENRIGHT. ,IOANNE LENNON: .lo Latin Club' Intramurals' Costume Committee' Dance Committee' Choir' Business Projection' Clipper typing editor 4' Quill and Scroll. ESHENFELDER JANE AI MA: Clipper Ad Staff' Oflice Assistant' French Club' Dance Committee' Spanish Club. ,tiff J X I, 3 dlfb- 51 -L 4' MQ W M WM 1959 L41 tix V Y-v 7 hug... 1"""5Y Lv- 346' MQ 'D' 'T ,-r Ti-C: T ,uv 3 ,n if 7L fi if AP Z if ,M W M dxbrwafc I Q 4 V55 JW if owl mwffb MA NMWAJUVW ew f MW NANCEY ELEANOR Nanc Bowlmg Club lntra Dance Committee Senlor Dance Committee Mon FARRELL MARY FRANCES Greeka Freshman Chorus Future Homemakers Clnpper Ad Staff Pep Club Baton Club Glee Club Dance Commlltee Varlety Show Office Assistant Cholr FEINERIVIAN FRANCES MAY Fran Compass Clipper Latm Club Forum Club Montrealers French Club Flrst Honors N tlonal Honor Society Second Row FERRARA RENA ANNE Rente Future Homemakers Clee Club Intramural-. Choir Student louncnl Varlety Show Forum Club secretary French Club secretary 'Nlontrealers All State fhorus Second Honors Natnonal Honor Society FIELDIlNf ETHFI JUNE june Fre hman Chorus Band Clee Club FILOSI ELIZABETH DOROTHY Betty Clee Club Bowlmg Club Choir 'Nlontrealer Third Row FISHER PETER BARRY Flsh Football Baseball Vanety Show Intramurals Track Sen1orCounc1l Dance Commxttee Mon trealers FORNEY SUSAN HENRY Sue Clee Club Dramatlcs lntra murals Science Club Drama Club Choir French Club Mon trealers Cllpper Marshals Second Honors FRANCIS HARRISON PALMER Band Swxng Band Vanety Show Second Honors Row Y Dance Commlttee Stage Crew Future Jackie Bowling Baton Club treas Hank Rlfle Club Rlfle Team Ni' ?"""P CARLA DEAN Clssy Nlarshals Oflice Asststant Dance GADA ANNA NIARIE Anne ltalxan Club treasurer 4 Make up Crew Future Homemakers Future Teachers CANNOE .IEAN ELIZABETH Gma Pep Squad Latin Club Clee Club Dance Commtttee Compass Vanety Show Cheerlead ers co captain Choir Nlontrealers Sixth Row GARDNER ELLEN JOYCE JOSIC Glee Club Future Homemak ers Choir GARVEY JOAN FRANCES Ioanle GEER BEVERLY flvjflfjjjjfw 15, ,fo at 7 Semor L4 gyfjf ff!! gfaff fegff X Fu-st Row 'X GERITY MICHAEL JOSEP Mike Cross Country Football Intramurals Track captam 4- Spanlsh Club Marshals Cllpper Ad Staff GERWATOWSKY JOHN JOSEPH Football Track Cross Coun GLASBRENNER REGINA FAYE Clna Future Homemakers Spanish Club OfIice Assrstant Second Row GOLTRA MARTHA SHERIDAN Stage Crew Dance Commlttee Olhce Assistant Thesplans Electncal Crew Announclng Staff Spanish Club Clnpper Compass Intramurals Montrealers GOODALE BARBARA LOUISE Barb Make up Crew Dramat rcs Future Homemakers GOODNIGHT CARL ARTHUR Midnight Freshman Chorus Third Row GORDON HELEN SARAH Compass French Club Future Teach ers Spanish Club GRADILONE JAMES ANTHONY Jlm Football Intramurals Band Swing Band Vanety Show GREENWALD KENNETH WALTER Ken Projectlon Club Fourth Row GRILLO MARCO ANTHONY Marc Cross Country Track In triamurals Swing Band Football Vanety Show Itahan Club pres 1 ent 4 CRILLO THERESA ANN Terry Latm Club GRILLS DONALD Don Football Freshman Chorus Projec tlon Club Intramurals Golf Team Fifth Row GRIPPO JANE ANNE Gnp Dance Committee presldent 4 Semor Dance Commlttee GRIPPO JANE LOUISE Janne Dance Commmee Glee Clu Compass Montrealers GRISWOLD MARGERY ANN Marge Dance Commlttee Intra murals Sixth Row GROEBEL ROBERT E Bob Intramurals Track Golf Spamsh Club Swxmmmg Team co captaln Forum Club Future Teachers GUADLIANA, MARK ALAN "Cuad' Track, SWlmmlhg Team, co captaxn, Cross Country, co captam, Spamsh Club, Forum Club HAIRYES, WILLIAM GROVES "B1ll" Rxfle Club dw 'Quo- i' 'IFB' rqswm PM 0151 CMT? 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X-'gli LA ml-.1-..r'3.3,XX.x QQXSBC-kurt X First Row HALLA ELAINE Cabrlel Band Dramatlcs HALLISEY EDWARD LEE Hal Swlng Band Band Varlety Show Compass HAMMOND 'MICHAEL PAUL Mlke Freshman Basketball Forum Club Second Row HANCOCK WILLIAM EUGENE Blll Spamsh Club Latm Club German Club Boys Quartet Second Honors National Honor S0 clety F1re Squad captain Skt Club HANNEY THEOPHILUS FRANCIS Frank Projectxon Club Marshals HANSEN JUDITH ELLEN Smlley Freshman Chorus Clee Club Choxr French Club Third Row HARTMAN ,IUDITH LOUISE Hot a Cllpper Dance Commxt tee Iep flub Freshman Chorus l'uture Teachers Baton Club Office Asslstant Varlety Show flee Club Cholr Montrealers HARVEY THERESX CAROL Terry Intramurals Baton Club Spam b fluh HARWOOD STEPHEN Steve Proyectlon Club Rlfle Team Fourth Row HATHAWAY JOYCE ARLENE Stage Crew Baton Club Varlety Show HAYEQ BEVERLY HAY E9 JEFFREY Jeff Clxpper Ad Staff Future Nurses Stage Crew Makeup Crew Co tume Commxttee Spanish Club Dra matics Bowling Flflh Row HEC DAWA ANN Dane HH DIANA M XRIE D1 Costume Fommxttee Dance Commxttee HENDERSON CLORIX CXROI. Dmky Iep Club Clee Club Sixth Row. HENDERSON. JAMES SCOT: "Fa ., French Club' Choir' Swim- min Team: I' lf Team' Ffrum Club' Montrea err. HENKLE BONNIE: "Bon Future Homemakers' Glee Club' Spanish Club: Ofhce A.xi'tant' Intramurals. HENRY GEORGE MARCEL: 'Roy X C hx QP' ki ,er ,er E274 x'-ff N' ,V 3 Nu... pa? 4' ,psf l 6 Q de if 5.-na vi' Q 3 I., 4 -ag, 5' f'...3' l ,I gg V7 emor R., Fnrst Row HEWITT BARBARA A Barb Make up Crew Montrealers Latln Club Baton Club Varlety Show French Club Gll'lS State HOAC JERRY Jen Freshman Chorus Latm Club Playblll busl ness manager 3 edltorm chxef 4 Costume Commxttee French Club Compass Stage Crew Choxr Clxpper Thesplans Announcmg Staff Montrealers Qulll and Scroll Second Honors HOAC-LAND CATHERINE ELEANOR Kathy Pep Club Second Row HOLT LILLIAN YVONNE Llll Glee Club Dramatxcs Make up Crew Varlety Show Cholr All State Chorus HUBBERT MICHAEL FRANCIS Mlke Intramurals Band Swmg Band R1l'le Club IANNANTUONO GARY JOSEPH Tuna Baseball Basketball Thxrd Row INGRAM RAYMOND FRANCIS Ray Band Marshals Latln Club treasurer Forum Club Intramurals Second Honors IRWIN STEPHEN EDWARD Steve Latln Club Baseball man ager Forum Club Intramurals Swlmmmg Team Second Honors JACKSON EDNA Ed Lrbrary Club Intramurals French Club secretary 3 Montrealers Fourth Row JAWORSKI CYNTHIA ANN Dance Commlttee Freshman Chorus Glee Club Busmess PYOJECIIOII Senxor Dance Commnttee JOHNSON JUNIOR EBENEZER JONES BRIAN Fifth RP JONES M N Mutton Head Stage Crew Rlfle Club JOY 'YAN K nce Commlttee ACANA W IAM GEORGE Blll Cross Country I Af S U1 Row KANE, JOSEPH WEBSTER Bucky Basketball, Track Chess Club, Arts and Crafts Club, Baseball, Future Teachers, Playblll, Compass, Forum Club KEATING, ANNE MARGARET "Ame" Dance Commlttee, Pep Club, Office Assistant, Second Honors KEATING, LAWRENCE JOSEPH 'Keat" Intramurals, Second Honors ti .l 19 9 'K sie "-FQ T' -f' N1 First Row KEALTY ROBERT EDWARD Keat Intramurals Football Bas ketball KEENAN ELIZABETH NI Betsy Decoration Committee Choir KING ROWIXIND FRAINKLIN Ron Baseball Playblll l' Second Row KINNEY EUGENE RALPH Gene Track Cross Country co cap tain 4 Basketball mana erl Choir KLINEFELTER PHILLIP R Phil Intramurals KNOWLES GALDWILL ,IANIES Jimmie Projection Club Dance Committee ,N 'QW Third Row KOINONCHIK .IOQEPH KOYCH CAIL 'NIARIE Nlileage Pep Squad Cheerleaders Choir Dance Commtttee KO55 ROBERT WILLIANI Bob Projection Club French Club Fourth Row KRANIER ROBERT WILLIANI Bob Student Council Track Basketball Qemor Council Senior Dance Committee KUVALAINKA DEINNIQ SERGE Kuv Football Baseball co cap tain 4 LAFENIINA NIARIE FRAINCES Choir W' ,IQIV 'sY,fv Fifth Row: LANDRY. ARTHUR DESTRE IR.: Sonny LAPANNE ANTHONY PAUL: 'Tony Bowling Club' Intramurals. LARKIN DIANE PATRICIA: 'D' Sixth Row: I LESSER .IOEI.: "Le: Projection Club' Rifle Club' Spanich Club Track' Intramurals, Y . LEW Y CAROL HELENE: 'Lev Clipper Ad Stall' Office Assictant. 'P 'V N , Q?" LEW Y TRACY: "Trace Sympocium' Projection Club' Intramurals' 2 Second Honors. , - f , . V . A ' Mf We 5 - vdeak dmfpf 'Dj fy IQQ .ta L 'tv av"- Q' le" 7' nov e--f Z' I' Il is -5,11 .' I W1 10' J W . 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'-,ilu 5'-vs, " ' ,yi 14414 ..1 lift f' .I 1 ::i'3A fdlfwmb Of' ,jmw We aff my "' , ' AA' X ,gf D V J, V x' WA 59 F1 rst Row MARTIN ROBERTK IANE Bert 'NIAURO SUI- AWN Suite llaton Club trea urer 'XIALZFLLX THONI X5 JANIES Red ltallan Club Intramural Baseball Second Row 'NlcGARRY 'NIARY MARGARET Latm Club uce pres1flent2 Stu dent C0llI'lCll French Club vxce pre ILICIII 3 Class Secretary 3 4 qenlor Councnl ecretary Compas co edxtor 4 Glrls State uxll and Scroll Qenlor Dance Commlttee Second Honors MCCRATH DIANE D1 Freshman Chorus Pep Club Intramurals Compass Chomr French Club treasurer 3 pres1clent4 GAA re porter 3 Clipper faculty and biography edltor Qenlor Dance Com mittee Furs! Honors Natlonal Honor Society Qunll and Scroll wncxus IANA CLAIRE at my if Qu? M, Q f"fL1 Third Row XIII LNER ANNE TORRFNQ Smlle Dramatlcs Club secretary I 1 Scarlet Tanager feature emlxtor Compass l'rench Club l'uture Teachers Intramural Ofhce Assl tant Lxbrary ASQISIHDI 'Nlon trealers qemor Dance Commlttee 'NIINCO RICHARD ADRIEAN 'Nlmk PTOJCCIIOD Club lntra murals Rifle Club French Club 'Nlontrealers 'NIINNIE NORNI JANE Intramurals K Llp rth Row 'NIONIN ALBERTJ Al Band Qwmg Band 'NIONTALI EIIIOTT NIOON LAWRENCE CARLTON Nloon Band Flfth Row fN 'NIORAIER UKPHINE ENIIII-X Daff Qpamsh Club Choir Fllench flub luture Teacher N RfAlNliI-IINXPIIFNI R e XIORIKRTX THONI XS Nl lip Intramurals Chess Club cl Sixth Row XI RAIIO IIORIX ANN Flor Nll RPHX EIIPLN Nllf H XEI X Nlurph Yanety Qhow Iatln llub French llub Nl ntrealer Puture Teacher Senior Dance COIIIIIIIIIBC NIl.9C'lREIIX BEWERL3 X Bet Ylarshal Dance Commlttee li K5 2 Ps.. 1"4' f' J Sv lr' , I t I l UE tlcljpleivflfi dy Cb Um Q.-v 1- Blll0l' l,"f-J' '31 4' --J 1,353 .aus 2-vm sf' '31 'S wr, First Row MYERS RICHARD LARUE Dick Bowling Cross Country Track INEFF WILLIAM Ill Ches Club NEILAN 'NIARTHA ANNE Martz Baton Club Variety Show Nlontrealers Spanish Club Second Row NEWTON CAROL ODILE Montrealers Latin Club Pep Club Costume Committee Clipper French Club Future Teachers I tramurals Senior Dance Committee NICHOLQ HENRY E Nick NICHOLS IVAN RAY Spike Swimming Team Intramurals Third Row NICHOLSON MARIA SOPI-IIA Kn1ckKnack Choir Announc ing Staff Forum Club Spanish Club Future Homemakers Future Teachers English Club Intramurals Cllpper Compass NILSSON DAVID CLINTON Fox Baseball Basketball Foot ball Intramurals Swing Band Vari ty w OBERNGAMZXMQV W OCONNER MICHAELJ R1He Club I OLSEN SUSAN ANNN Sue Thesplans Sffage Crew Future Nurses Choir OLSSON ME VIN Fifth Row ORBE EDWARD AMBROSE: Eddie ORSINI DAVID NEAL: 'Dave Bowling' Swing Band' Intra- murals' Variety Show. OWENS DOROTHY MARIE: Dot Choir. 'Ln' M 4-214414: in ,44..,4,4,:,aq AA-1 7'4" ,bk-J ,Lflt-4y,J pn-f!Lf fir, ,IEA Sixth Row- W ?4-1 g PALMER FRANCES S.: 'Fran ramatics' French Club' Mon- trealers' Future Teacher-. PANTELIS CHRHSAINTHE: Chrys Compass' String Orchestra' Pep Club' Future lNur:e:' Announcing Staff. PANTELIS JAMES: String Orchestra' Compass' Spanish Club' Announcing Staff. 6 'S' QX if i V if' sox ' 'fr' if H mv -v wk--f .bo ,gas- its no 19 9 First Row: PARE, JAN THERESE: Compass: Costume Committee: Student Council: Class Secretary 2: Honor Court Justice: Intramurals. PASQUALUCCI, KIARYANN MARGARET: "Mary" Intramurals: Projection Club: Choir. PASSARELLI, NORMAN J.: "Norm" Second Row: PAYNE, MARIE ELAINA: Nurse's Assistant. PEABODY, DOUGLAS PELTIER, GARY CHARLES: Basketball: Intramurals: Swing Band: Variety Show. K ' ,LP Q RPI :Uyff Ml ml' t U 4 Cl' J Third Row: U' , CR 111, PERKINS. GEORGE ALBERT: "P rlb C IU, 'I L' V PERKINS, THONIASGL: 'SPgrk" Bklin ,CILIHXVMQ 0 lj PERRY, FRANCIS ' L . NI- glillv ack.. 4 LQ! W. I , 1 M61 rt W jg ff! , - L I . , A Fourth Row: J A Cfmiovgigif IQUW PESTANA. PHILIP ANTHONY: "Tonga" Football: Track. , PETERS, EDGAR JOSEPH: "Ed" Projection Club: Forum Club: Golf. PIETSCHKER. HEINKE: "Hank" Intramurals: Latin Club: French Club: Projection Club: Future Teachers. Fifth Row: PINDELSKI, FRANCES BARBARA: l'Fran" Marshals: Second Hon- ors. PISCITELLO. R ICHA RD: Football. PLIKLS, ROBERT JOSEPH: "Bob" Football: Intramurals. Sixth Row: PONIEROY, Jl'DITH TICKER: "Judy" Ushers: Latin Club: Play- bill: Pep Clulrz Office Assistant: Thespians: Intramurals: French Club: Senior Danre Committee. POTKAY. AIARY LOL: "Lou" Dance Committee. PRIOLO, ROBERT F.: Intramurals: Football, manager 1. Bl1l0I' First Row PROKOP JOHN GREGORY Proky Intramurals Band Swmg Band Variety Show Track PUSATERI PHILIP ANTHONY Phll Italian Club treasurer 2 vice presldent 3 Sympo tum Qecond Honors RADYNSKI ANDREW Andy Intramurals ah qs 'AN Ili A-w-.N Vg' X Second Row RAMUQ IAURENCE ALDIE Larry Intramurals Football Track Swlmmlng Team RANDO JANICE MARIE ,lan Baton Club Varlety Show Band Leader 4 RATHBUN DAVID EARL Dave Intramurals Third Row RATHBUN EARL FRANCIS Pete Dance Commlttee RATHBUN WAYNE E Tex RAYNI D ROBERT R Charlle Football EK 6, .14 Zlfifv 6 f Q, Zfffofffv- f2f4" Z4 f,?-Z? Fourth Row C'j2 REEVEQ CAROLYN MAY Reevsle Montrealers Costume Com mittee Latin Club Future Nurses Fr ch Club Compass REHFIELD BARBARA'R Barb Dance Committee Senior Dance Comnuttee RENZETTI 'NIARGUERITEA Batdn Club secretary 1 leader 4 Office Asslstant 'P' Fxfth Row REYNOLDS PATRICIA Pat Future Homemakers RHODES ALAN RICHARD Al Qtage Crew RICCI RUSQELL L Ru s Projectlon Club Sixth Row RICE ,IANIEQ Q ,llm Baseball Intramural Projectlon Club RICH KENNETH R Ken Lros Country manager 1 Forum flub qpanl b Club RICHARD? RAYMOND HENRY Ray N- is T"7 Iv' Nr Q' tp' f fix 'L..br A If. 1 1 0 . , 5, 61, i , 4.7 ,, V, f , 'X . 'W JICZC, L I I xv 1, 1 f ,C 0, W Z WW 4 Z1 1"'7 5 in-' Q ,v -QMS Os if V . 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' ,I 'g . sh-I g I - 199 First Row QTARR LORRXINE ANN Ratme Future Homemakers 'Vlake up Crew STEYEXIQ BARBARA XNN Cvus Cvus Costume Committee I tramural Future Homemaker Announclng Stall STOCKNER PAUI A RI TH Iatm Club 'Hake up Crew French Club Future Teacher l'orum Club Band Second Row STODDARD JOHN BENIANIIN .lack QTRECKER LOUIS EDNIUND Streck Intramurals Football Rlfle Club STUART BARBARA ANN Twlnkle Makeup Crew Future Nurses Intramurals CAA Dance Commlttee Ofllce Assistant Third Row STUART NIARCIA EILEN Latm Club Office Asststant Pep Club Future Teachers Clipper QTLNINIER ,I RIIHXRD Slum Football cocaptam 4 Basket ball Xlontrealer Intramural Cla s NICE President 4 Latln Club Track Ntudent Counttl Nlarshal Qpanlsh Club Athletlc Council bympo num Bm State SULLINAN CATHERINE NIILDRED Cathy Latm Club Pep Club Future Teachers Fourth Row SULLIXAN LAWRENCE ANTHONY Sull Intramurals R1I'le Club Qpam h Club pre tdent 4 Second Honors Councll pre ldent 4 Latm Club Football 'Nlontrealers Spamsh Club trea urer 4 Qecond Honors SWATbBURC PETER 'NIICHAEL Pete Intramurals Track Fnf th Row QW ATZBLRC FRANCE? ELIZABETH it watqy, D ce Commit tee Future Homem kers Oglce Ajgstant noun g Staff Nlake up Crew ,J QWIDER ELE L-PARIA4 En 9,15 kggmtee Niake up ew co unfit r W Ihesptanq'JSec cl Honors TALLEEQRXQ ,Sb Cre wake urfg-Crew' X: X ly QJ D J .911 H ff' Sixth Rowty IJ, TULOR JOYCE IHKNETTE low TENNYNT NIXRCARET Ie y THALI 9-KRALEE NOPHIA Sara Pep Club Latin Club Cllp per Plaxlnll Intramurals I'rench Club Costume Committee Stage Crew Electncal Crew The plan ecretary 4 .I - - H . ., , .f : , 1 ' ,A I L . , . I . I .I I H H . I n' s: sg " . . . f . . .. f : . ' 3 . - 3 Z 52 Z - , .t H , , . . . , tt H , , L , . . , , . , tt - sv I 7 ' I - Y I Z Fl -- - -- I - , , . I . , . A 1 2 ' Q ' 9 g . 3 . v - , na M . , - A A . . , 1 . . , ' , ' . Q. Q. ' Q V' I ' . ' . g . . ' 3 I ' ' sg ., ' 3 E ' . ..7 I . ., 5 . ,s . , V , n H - I v 1 - - 1 2 I- ' , H Q, , - I I Z l . , 3 C s , s 3 . SULLIVAN, LAWRENCE EDWARD: "Sully" Compassg Student - 5 ' Z Z I - Z , s 3 ., . " , ss sv . , . . , . 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First Row THERIAULT MARYIO Future Teachers French Club Program Chairman THORP JAMEQ ARTHUR Jim Football Baseball TONIASKI ,IUDITH ,Iudy Costume Committee GAA Dance Committee Second Row TONUCCI NORMAN ROBERT Tooch Intramurals Freshman Basketball Bowling Club TRACCIS ANTHONY NICHOLAS Trag Marshals TRANCHIDA CATHERINE RACHAEL Cathy Dance Commit 88 Third Row TURNER .IANICE AUDREY .Ian nf", f-5 K DQ fx TYNAN ROBERT C Bob Projection Club Band UGUCCIONI BARBARA ELLEN Barb Intramurals Future Homemakers .edit :Q W cr." Nav' Fourth Row UCUCCIONI CAROLE RITA Ugo Student Council Class Treas urerl Marshals Spanish Club Intramurals GAA Dance Com mittee Future Teachers Make up Crew URBANIK PHILIP MICHAEL Mousie 3 5. VALLIERE GEORGE ROLAND Intramurals 1--vv Fifth Row VANDERVEER RICHARD JOHN Van Baseball Marshals Rifle VARA ,IUDITH ANN ,Iudy English Club Library Club In al murals VEAL JOHN ROBERT Bob Freshman Basketball Sixth Row VILLAZANTE ANGELA CATHERINE Angie Pep Squad VOCT FREDERICK NILSEN Fred Cross Country Swimmtrfg li Team Nlarshals Intramurals Montrealers WALIGURSKI VICTOR 'V' ...au 1901 1 1 -.af 2-av' all X, fi-100' iq 'Nr I , I S S l . it - sv I , ., . , - . , as H - , , . . , . , . . ., ' Z F is 'Y Sv- s . .. Y, , , . - Y g . , it H l . as n - ' , . I . yy? . . I r , I H M rf . . as n ' - , ' 'WJ D' , .. , . L y - , Q I 35.1-n ' ' z is 8 ' IA si Q D ir vs - , -A U 4 : Q z - - -9 - A f 2 2 ' - , .i - ,, Q , , : . . 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C- I N9 11 O50 L L tf M ZW JUG, I First Row WALL 'XIARX JANE Nlare WALLACE ERNEQT POLLARD Ernie Band Intramurale Pro Jection Club WARAKONIQKX ELAINE DORIN Laines Baton Club Latin Club Intramural Yariety Nhovs Clipper Ad Staff Office A gist ant Pep qquad Cheerleader Qecond Honor Second Row WAQHTOV HARRIET ELLENI Hat Latin Club Dance Commit tee Intramurale qpaniah Club Future Teac her Forum Club vice pre ident 4 Iep bquacl Cheerleader treaeurer 3 'NIarShal Compa s Clipper index erlitf r 3 literary tall 4 Senior Dance Com nuttee Quill and Scroll beconrl Honor National Honor Qociety W ATNOW CAII 'NIARY W at Latin Club benior Dance Commit tee Pep Club Intramural Pep Squad Cheerleader secretary 4 WEATHERED ,IE ANNIE THERENA Iatin flub Qpanish Club efretarw 1- I'uture Teachers secretarw 4 Nenior Dance Committee Qeroncl Honor Third Row W E AN ER DI DDR AH FI I7 ADETH Debbie Intramurals C A A trea urer 3 publicity mana er 4 WHEELER II DITH ANN jurl Dance Committee Intramurale T e IHHIIQ Choir Oflife A 1 tant Nemor Council WHITE DEAN NIIC II AEI, Intramural Band QDHHISD Club Fourth Row WHITE JOHN FRANCIQ Intramural Projection Club Senior Council WIECZEK. IRENE ANGELA. Ike Library Club Spanuh Club. WIERCIOCH. B.ARII.AR,A LLFDWIKA: "Barb Student Council' Playhill' Latin Club' Cctume Committee. Chairman' Forum Club' Thegpianu' Mar:haIs' French Club' uill and Scroll' Clipper co, bu,.ines,. manager 3. editfr-in-chief 4' Senior Dance Committee' First Honor-: National Hone r Society. Fifth Row: WIE9. STEPHANIE K.: "5tephie" Latin Club: Cotume Committee' . ar-halxg Sm- it Service Q e- 1 Fu ure fur e, 1 C uir. WILIIER. CAROLE LEE WILDHICK. JOANNE Sixth Row: WILKIE. LEE ANN: "I.ee' Dance C mmittee: Intramural.: Senior Dance Committee. W'll.I.l,AXIf. SANDRA JEAN: 'Sandy' lntramuralg Bowling Club' Senif r Dance C mmittee. WONC. EDWARD E.: Intramural z Track: Spanieh Club. Jw BIIIOI' First Row WOODWORTH C-XRI BRUCE Wooflv Fnothall Baeeball Cla 1 Pre ulentl 2 Nlar halQ Narletw Show Nen1orCounC1l Boy grate WON KK IORDEN ROBERT lntramnrals lla eball Clee Club WRONOWSKI PRISK ILLA EXA lrl llowllng Baton Club Intramurals Offlme 'X Nant 'Nlar half- Var1ely5how Montrealers Second Row WYNNE BERNICE 'NIILDRED Bern Makeup Crew Cholr Dance I omnnltee Cnmnnttee Forum Club The plan 'War hal Cllpper co bu me mana er 'S hu me mana er 4 Qulll and Ncroll Qpam h Club Sta e f rew Qemond Honor ZIENUENSKI NHIRLEY ANN qhlfl Dance Commlttee Second Honors Third Row ZITO JAMES SANTO Football Track R1f'le Club ws .A V f V ' I I : T 9 C ,vii N z s'-Yi, .- YAKITJLA, LlNllA HOPE: "Linn" Latin Club: lflaybillg Coslume : V 1 3 l 5 ' . l 4 ' rf I , , A' li rl , F 2 sl g . 5 5 . by "1 V . . ,W ,L x Nl 'xx ' 'Xf R' N V ru M A a f L Av xf r xfkf KN rf ,iv k - . fx K , 1 Vx ULJJ ' ,JXQJJVC bk X V X' IN. lv A x A VAX" ,Hb AIX! 'J L, XC! 'J CLE FRANCAIS, Front xx m W sen, S. Forney. X .. .- recognition Her ambmon ls to represent the US ln the Olympics Qhow and Smng Band xnce hx fre hman wear YU . L 'I SENIOR MEMBER? OF LE CER- YUXNZ C. Newton, P. Stockser, D. MrCrath, M. Theriault. B. Hewitt. D. Morales, R. Ferrara. Top row: M. MCGarry. F. Palmer. M. Burnham, P. Marks, E. Jackson, J. Eshenfelder, J. Han- L 1 YCOM LIU X' kj ,Xf JL' GJ bk x 3 ,X R4 L, I v . Q7 KL!! lv L 79 I 1 ,r , I r f N f X AN O-UTSTANDINO ASWJMNIER, E. Murphy has won national H, BARON.van acromplijhed pranist, has been avlive in our Variety Q lg S..f THE JLNIOR CLASS OFFlf'ERS Wllllam Donaxan Presldent Wade Anderson Vxce Presldent READY TU ASSUME LEADERSHIP In September 1936 ne the present Junlor class entered the doors of New London Hrgh School tlmld at the thought of l7C1I'lC, thloxsn lnto seemlnvly heysllderlng may of a hlgh school W e soon SUI'pllSGfl the upperclassmen by brayely and darlngly taklnz, part ln Ucttacurllcular actlyltles We were out to get the most from our four year stay at NLHS and to he actlxelx f'0IllFllHUl1Ilg memhers Thls year as ,IUDIOFS we haye become leaders ln many of the actlxltres and honor assoclatlons Vile hold key posltlons 1n the athletlc and dramatrc fields We are memhers of such roups as the Student Councll the marshals and the cheer leadlng squad We are now ready to take over the hlgh posltlon soon to be xacated hy the Senlor class at NLHS In that place of honor vue shall endeax or not only to uphold the fme stan dards and tI'8Cllll0IlG of NLHS hut also to set forth prece dents that w1ll hkemse he worthy of emulatlon by future classes We shall strlye to fulfill the obllgatlons of sen1ors ln the tfal'l1llOIl of New London H1 h School JLNIOR NIENIBERN OF THE STUDENT COLNCIL 'NI Nhasha Becker Nl E pelxe B Nell X "-Q Xa I 4, 5: ., .- . Q .U A . . Y Y. . v 'Q . . F' - , . , . .YI .U . xl .. i V Q g - , ,. , T , -. - - , V , .. Y . n, ' . .. X, V .U D A o tv -. , Y, I N . , . , . T . , , ,l. 5 , un. , . va FROSH AND SOPH MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH CLUB: First row: Nl. Piscitello, D. Schultz. Nl. Irwin, J. Rog. S. Felsen, B. Steinman. N. LaB0unty. Top row: B. Ba- ratz. D. Sulman, R. Rakowsky. P. Goldstein. B. Vogel. M. Wies, A. Brooks, B. Wool. 'Q .W 5 + '4- iw 54:1-5, t 3 I I FREFHNIAN AND SOPHOMORE MEM BERS OF FUTURE NURSES: Seated P. Spenser. C. Edwards. J. Cruskin. B Patton, D. Fcarle, C. Checker, C. Fantarci Twp row: N. Burdick. B. Vogel. A. Hare N. Cguccioni, D. Sherman. D. Hathaway rule X 3 Jill UV , ri l If 7 W pl wlllllillffi lxgllabllfbul , l or l f XL U IJQQQVEMXCP X ii-KV , H MEROGM A-1 Front row: 9. Ingram. C. Morris. M Wright, P. Velgouse. D. Ploszaj. Mr. Snape Middle row: C. Wuoflstock. D. Pasqualini M. Nielson. M. Donohue.fB. Fredetle. P Weymouth. 9. Lupkay. J. D ipsey, R. Ric: Ciolti. Top row: J. Greene . Yoffredo, H. Mulli , P. Watrous, W.,-. llicko, W. Carver T. Co' ian, Pi Strnazz V ' . U . , LQ 'V 'f, Q1 L' . 1. i. if ' lf' ' . ' . 1 ' - ' if gf- ,iv ll L yi' fl ppl, ,b,,.L,'!i1!JC",. ,li fl" yi o , 4, J Ji -'BW 'fl .WJ KW X, ff" 'I ff , 1 .V , fl Ljgiwx ,. .v HOMEROOM C-2 1 Front row: S. Condy, N. Terre. G. Davis E. Koss, J. Christopher. M. Wronowski Mrs. Clegg. Middle row: J. Keating, S Lavoie. C. Fishliein. J. Clark. M. Espelie A. Seiferheld. P. MCNulty, D. Bourgeois F. Syracuse. Top row:,E. Conley. J. Ru: hinu. W. Mzillon. C. Dienzewski. A. Mal' i ehiodi. F.. Marvin, R, Telage. R. Wlad leigh, J. Hislop. il' X ,A fl 1' L . . , , . ,'- I 'if .X M so Y l .A . V I ' .X - A A , fl 1 Jw AQ 4 J A ' M x ld ' J L lv .. i ' l HOMEROOM C-31 Front row: P Ward. B Brennan C. Cla v 1 Y P' per. C. Rosene. B. Greene. D. Nicolaou, B. Moran. Middle row: Miss Moore. D. Mc- Court. R. Ellis. M. Belgrade. L. Vogel. P. Burke. J. Hill. J. Thomas. R. Swan. M. Malinski. R. Bates. Top row: B. Burdick. P. Jensen. D. Johnson. R. Main. J. Kowa' lewski. l.. Moreash. D. Ball, R. Carla. P. Massina, Z. Olbrys. my HP All W0 Wil , v HOMEROOM C-35 Front row: Mr. Harris. C. Rogers. M. .loy- ner, D. Rubia. Nl. Cox. C. Hunter. C. Gil- hert. Middle row: L. Richardson, R. Graves, E. Sirgos, H. Tryon, M. Case. A. llvllaniel. P. Chihocki. Top row: T. Clark, R. Sweeney, T. Rondomanski, N. Parker. D. Marshall. R. Davidson, G. LaFleur, W. Ebersole, G. Sherman. HOMEROOM C-36 Front row: L. Britagna, L. Sandstrom, J. Aimetti, C. Cruise, B. Corra, B. White. Mr. Nlvfiarthy. Nliddle row: B. Palomata, N. Cordon. B. Steele, H. Reynolds, L. Bolles, T. Russ, ,l. Whitney, .l. Trafaconda, P. Reynolds. M. Wronowski, M. Shasha. Top row: L. Potts, C. Joseph, L. Smith, M. Mc- Ginley. P. Foley, R. Hodge, P. Thall, .l. Krinsky, L. Cosantina, J. Holt. HOMEROOM C-201 Front row: C. Gentilella, F. Bradley, Nl Ile-lCrosso. F, Maiorana, V. Sullivan, S White. Nlr. Consalves. Middle row: R Lorello, W, Crippo. D. Fadden, J. Devens H. Holmes. Nl. Osvald. J. Terminesi, R Boyle, R. Leins. Top row: R. O'Connor R. Prokop. P. Rindskopf, S. Picazio, G Fkowronslci. Peters, R. CguCCl0ni, Nl Chernik. -C7 THE C.A.A. OFFICERS: K. Creenaway, D. Weaver, C. OH! WHAT ARE THEY DOING TO ME wonders P CUB' and M. McCarry. Mead at the Baton Club initiation. H5 411 ff' fm Q43 "STOP SWINCINC NIE." says H. Baron to L. Bolles. 3 e f Y U 'lf fm -' " 1 A , V , 3 4, J, Aj: L . lr' V V 1 ' tjj I ,N I , J .f J t , .Q t if N1 XXX Vlffr LJ xt fl .ttf Vue!! I Ju , t tt f t fi fy i sl V VN! , mf X' fx! I' I Af . ff! , fr A4 HL J pf if W 'V - ft VJ ,xi , L 2-J UV v R Hbyfisifdo C5508 Front row: Mrs. Lee, C. Weathered, A Ramlvuse, M. Corey, K. Baker, J. Homag- na, K. Knrineck, C. Hoxie. Middle row: j Stoirs. J. l.unde, V. Stepski, N. Silvia, .I llerry. N. Ginsburg, L. Brodie, C. Sikorski I.. Bell. A. Anderpon, R. Doane, B. Recine .r" " Q3 Sl if xx! 2 gui vi., get .Q HOMERO0MiC206 Front row: C. SlllllV3Tl, ll. Stern, ll. Nlal lm' lf We-in-tein K Rtwffiertv 9, l.etvnarrl U. . . . ,,. . Xli-5 Reagan, Xlitltlle rwvw: ll. Fvlilink. Nl llwlierty. l'. flurdif. F. Sulrvnitrn. K. Nlar quanrl. ff. Smith. l.. Lellrun. W. Kay. J fftmtiiiu, Twp rttw: E. Bnllnali. ll. Difkem ll. Follett. J. Cereslcy. ll. Tuthill. f,.W6ff3:jQVt pf ' l gum.,- . t' ,L vy- 'J tv ..' x lvl, I' S 7 ip. . 1 ,bf 1 .1 HOMEROOM NJ2 Frttnt row: Hr. Young. A. llegrnzxnn. A yer. ll. Finnegan, ,l, Curey. J. llunt. A Pliillips Middle rww: J. Eptvlitw. Nl. llen- der-un. J. ltivkwri. C. Criniei. ll. Slat llurialtl. ,l. llull. R. Myers. E. Nleatluvvs. Gartner. Top ruw: A. llel.auro. E. Finia' rwweki, U. Yendittu T. Vout. M. Bovee 'll . E . - Martin, J. Luzzi. A .. f , , 5- ' 1 f. ' J . -14l'1p ii 1 . f 1 A will ' 2,7 I .1 W l if . QL01' 'LU , A A I Ll V cl L .ff 0 'I ul! all' will 1' X Li' H bb 1. 1 AQ fu W wri0MER00M N.14 Frorlt row: Miss Page. C. Lewis. A. John son, P. Reno. C. Stephens, JC. Wildrick. R. Rolf. Middle row: P. Graiiano, L. Larkin. R. Levinson, C. Strutt, W. Donovan, C. Baier, M. Liparuln, C. Serldca. Twp row R. Swider. J. Hunter, C. McLaughlin, D. Jetmore, R. Phil1ipsgNV. Smilgin, J. Sulli van. -I f X x Q . N X. A . .1 A 1 l. 1' XI' V V l' gy Q VV , ,fvliaf ,Jl XJ .J lflxx LXXDJV J! 0 . QJ xW ew P J HOMEROOM N-16 ront r : Miss Powers, P. Churchill. K Creenaway, C. Brown, L. Marr, M. Mu W J savchio, F. Johns. Middle row: H. Chap- pell. P. Cambro. W. Hawkins. J. Najim. R. Pierzchala, B. Baldelli, A. Cergulas. R Church. Top row: J. Becker, J. Birming- ham, W. Kitlinski, C. Kloster, W. Liggitt, R. Simoni, A. Grondzik, W. Haskell, R. Scully, R. Irwin. r . f f, - X' ,a was ,JXKQJ ,fm 2 X ff fnnifiglff 4 R Vfrvldl, N1Z,Z7!g-: -112tcLf f Qfiflfzifl ' K, v'Q4zfc1L!g7Z-L f,:'395C'ffffC7!777 sg,L,.j,5,j q 4.4 wwf! I . I F -,ary , WJQM1'.f..wr7'VfUi'f f W Mei tu, 1 lvf, 'pm vzlsour . ,U aff' A ff .fidwfl C 1 V L vfifl' L76 njtulj A L " Li sff A y V Jr HOMEROOM N-22 Front row: M. llyslup. J. Cross. P. Quarry, C. Rei-kwith. J. Atlas. arnel. L. Pez- zule-i. Middle row: l. A a, M. Kenyon. P. llendfqldt. J, P1 I , M. Whudwnrth li. King a ' l. . in. Twp 'rnwz .l llc-ag nl wa ey . Se owitu. W. An dersw the . a , Jwgiel. W Q A xv I X , L, fNNJ ll' V Pl O KJ iv My li 'X ll U fy J P! X 1 JINIOR MEMBERS OF SPAN ISI! CLIQB: Front row: J. Card ner. J. Bevker. A. Silualci. C. Lewis L. Smith. N. Cfwrrlun. li. Levine. NI Rhodes. L. Morales. B. Wundwfvrth Hicirlle row: T. Martin. R. 0'Cnn nur. R. Tucchifv. P. Hinriskfrpf. W' Kitlinfki. R. Switier. J. Osvald. R Ufstein. Twp row: B. Tuthiil. D .lwl1mnn. J. Peters. W. Anderson Y. Kaplan. S. Pivaziu. R. Alexa-in fier. R. Graham ft 11, I ,I THE ELECTRICAL CREW: M. Coltra, K. Snow, J. Baldelli, C. Shellcross, J. DeNoyee A VERY WELCUMED RESPITE Most of us started counting the days to Christmas vacation. which was preceded hy the annual Christmas Dance and Assembly. However. the respite was all too short. We could not Hnd the time to do everything we had planned: study for college boards. write fifteen hook reports. and get a head start on mid-years. Back in school. supposedly refreshed. we tackled semester examinations. Cram sessions revealed the an- noying amount of work we had covered. Anyone could see the results: red-rimmed eyes . . . close-cropped fin- gernails . . . clammy hands . . . sixty minutes of fever- ish writing . . . a passing grade. Those not surviving the examination took solace in the Sadie Hawkins Dance which gave the girls an oppor- tunity to invite their secret one-and-only to this dance. lust as everything began to look fine. seniors and juniors encountered the C. E. E. B. enigmas of: surgeon: scalpel: carpenter: saw or author: hook. FRANTIC BACKSTACE ACTIVITY during plays. B. Kenyon. R. Church, direct lighting and J. Ellis takes care of sound volume. itil. , I Lu.. Z5 xxx Q'- , OFFICERS are: Raymond Custini, vice-president, Carol Katherine Bartolucci, secretary, Robert Nitsche, president. J 90 AN INTEGRAL PART UF LH To many of us it feels as if little time has passed since we made our first appearance at NLHS. As the grammar school look faded from our faces, we realized how quickly the time had flown. Awakened to new ideas in a new and exciting phase of life, the nwise fools" no longer remain fools. New friends, new subjects, new activities, new challenges and tasks have made women of girls and men of boys. The Sophomore class started the school year by being well represented on the football squad, in dramatics, choral and instrumental groups, basketball, and school publications. Other members of extracurricular activities have felt the results of the drive, ambition, and capabilities of the sophomores. There is good reason to believe that our class has become an integral part of the student body at NLHS. We have taken up our responsibilities and as- sumed positions of responsibility in school affairs. Our next two years in high school will shape the future courses of our lives. Striving to be better citizens of our school and country, we will prove our class worthy of every distinction it receives. wp' ,LL 1 lf P f 1 LIL x 1 ffv X ., .., N , LL ,vu ,f v.. 6 , .I ' f X, ,. ., XX M SOPHOMORE MARSHALS are: Front row: C. Bunkley, P. Cole, R. Nitsche, S. Farrell E. Geiger. Top row: A. Cushman, E. Woodworth, P. Coupal. P. Mead, B. Baratz. MEMBERS OF THE SOPHOMORE STUDENT COUN- V AOL- 1 -,- CIL are: A. Cushman, W. Rafferty, P. Cole, P. Mead. 4 J ' 'L J A ,Li ' ' pal, .... GGY' - 1 4 . .r f 1' .V Y lugdbfxj 'I yi f ,J Y I IH-. lfwb ,NLQIJIV . 'J Ljdtdiv 4' '- Lil , J Al!, r.- Lllld UL" ' f- N f 2.4 f f ' vu' .7 N .X 4 KJ J" ' .' - I I Ll 129 P' if 1 VL! J ' 'L' 7 A b . V , HOMEROOM A-2 Front row: E. Gerger, E. Neill, E. Parker S. MacLean, P. Cole. I. Favro, Mr. Canty Middle row: P. Bizaillon, F. Fabricant, E Autencio. L. Nlattison. S. Bollenbach. R Speiser, D. Brouwer. F. Benvenuti, J. Cole- man. R. Tnrgan. Top row: J. Vincent. C Graf. C. Tunucci. C. Harran. 9. Wallman J. Nlf-fiarlhy. J. Troland. R. Centilella. Nl Bedri. HOMEROOM C-22A Frnnt row: Mrs. Jacques. A. Hare. Ni Lung. J. Nlvlntyre. B, Stillman. N, La lluunty. A. Nlc'Kelvie. Nlitlflle row: E. Han mvk. li. Petersen. .-'L Nieclliala. J. Kahn N, l'Pt1rwn. ll. Rnlvinmn. A. 5al1iliz1. C 'liQ?lXf'lfii. Twp row: R. Delwiasi. ll, Filftsi lt. l'41l-wrriivlcy. Y, Kaplan. S. Farrell. C flmltlurtl. R. Sc-lmastiun. HOMEROOM C-23 Front row: Nlr. Rm-kholz. P. Colrlrick. M Piwitfflln, ll. Freflella, R. Delitvsses. C lftlvvzmls. il. 'llz1s4'a. Nliflrlle row: U. l.uzzi fi. l'hillips. l'. llnlirmky. A. Sullivan. l' Nil-nlawll. l'. Swift. 5. Paranko. K. Cale li. Lzilnlwrl. fl. Arthur. Trip row: A. Ui rnaggiu. lf. Nlurallfw. E. Mc'Lyman. R. MC lfurniavk. Xl. Jansen. R. Tuthill. J. Hart man. R. Dolan. C. Podeszwa E Neilan vf V4 ' K Q,a11f. ML 6141 'V J . ft ,ft f ' Z ' 7 -fzfnl D' ffC44"'l! 5-7' '1 ffgifffvjl ,Lf g 6144 Q' fgfrz ,Qfzpf,rCf.oC.f,,c.-75,13 7l'lf ,ff cfvzf fLjffJf4QfZ,' - . 711 c1Lizf!.Lf4. ifffff 8171. HOMEROOM C-32 Frwnt rww: I.. l,Pf'lCl'liiITl. R. Holt. K. Javlc mn. J, l'+-kv-rnivlu. l., Bwgas. Y. Palartiy Xlr-. Kr-l-my Xlitlfllf- rww: J. Vale-ntine. NI iliri. J. lillIlklf'f. l'. fit-ltlxtein. li. Wright li. Nl-fxlwr. Y. Day. 5, liqrnarrl. J. Rim-i J. l'.1ltlTl'l!f'. 5, l.1n4la. A. Ffirlll. Trip row J. fftmlnwr. J, llirvhall. J. Fwhlifwne. NI Xnnf-ll-i. K. Talue. li, Fullivan. R. Wl3Sll3 linngli. T. flu-ry. J. Nlfftintzwuras. A. Sllllllfil --J .N .us WT" 1. H. Baran, B. Wiercioch, and J. Enright enjoy the night skating farilities at Mitchell Pond. THE ANNUUNCQING STAFF. J. Ctllliiiilfli, NI. Luhin, J. Hoag, C. Pantelis, T. Mvliaughlin. Nl. Briggs, K. Snow, J. Pantelif, and A. Dousis. K , w-'QL fh- "ff"7' f .J ff" I ,- K, ,ar ,A TAKING A BREATHER in front of a bird-hath at th Spring Fes tival are E. Brady and J. Dunnee. '4 Xa ,A fi -X ,- -- ... in-ni, 4 LQ' 1' E. MURPHY CRACEFULLY POSES. while dancing with her shadow. 7, . .gi Ld 4- 1 , 11 llltlgg .r.f. -Y., lend away 5 f" 4,5-1 B. Cinquigrani. J. Lunde. C. Martin, and J. Henderson help serve a cool hev- erage to tired dancers. JAZZ FEST DRUMS UP BIG CROWD Suddenly the February vacation was upon us. This was a welcome relief from school work. preparation for college lroards. and term papers. However. the vacation was all too short and we soon found ourselves hack in the midst of school life. As usual, the Mardi Gras dance. with its colored streamers. lval- toons. festive French atmosphere. was a howling success. Old New Orleans life came alive once more amid the swishing of gowns and the music of our Swing Band. The NLHS hand sponsored their hrst Jazz Concert which was defi- nitely a night to be remembered. The choral groups comlvined forces with Dramatics this year to present their hrst operetta. Although a first for NLIIS, the operetta was a liig hit. Because of the success. the choral and dramatics groups plan to produce several more operettas in the future. NI. DeVito. j, Weathered. J. San Juan tions at the Spring Formal. Wronowski. N. Farnan. and R. Butf 1 a admire the refreshing and colorful decora 'MII 95 1 . X ljlirl . tv.. HOMEROOM C-33 Front row: Mr. Hoagland, C. Mortensen, C. Sachatello, J. Brooks, M. Aquitante, M. Hunt. C. Columbus. Middle row: C. Schulze. K. Armstrong, C. Bryson. D. Bur- gess. N. Uguccioni. S. Strutt, N. Smith, N. Bauman K. Lundber F. Eslin er B . gn g J - Curtiss, F. Tamano. Top row: R. Custini, J. Osvald. H. Wieczorek, S. Kokosky, R. Attinello, D. Lyon, J. Giacalone, E. Par- chaiski. HOMEROOM C-37 Front row: Mr. Tyropolis, S. Perry, F. Hallett, H. Harris, J. Little. K. Bartolucci, D. King. Middle row: N. Conley, R. Won- sky, R. Adelman, A. Beck, J. Diptula, T. Angelo, R. Caruso, R. Marelli, S. Hoodley, B. Sikorski, J. Rathbun, P. Kuzia, B. Peck- ham. Top row: P. Provost, J. Frazer, N. Potter, J. Smolenski, L. Kaufman, M. Rose, R. Donovan, J. Killeen, V. lnsinga, D. Hancock, G. LePanne. HOMEROOM C-203 Front row: Mr. Silva, A. W'hitney, D Shuttz, M. Briggs, P. Mead, M. Wies, M Luhin, N. Blackman. Middle row: M Piscitello, J. Loseno, D. Johnson. C. Chi hock. M. Bellinger, J. Rog. V. Ward. J Snooks. N. Stone, H. Siswick, C. Sutton D. Hathaway. Top row: R. McDermott. P. Secrhiaroli, J. McGill, W. Chernik, N. Care, J. Miller, F. Butler, B. Chandler, R. Cor- key. J, Frick, B. Letender, J. Balentine B. Perrone. . tiff to f 423 3v,JU,5ffQ K Ent Front row: wi 'Y' HUM EROOM C-204 Nir-. Brenna. B. Peterson. E. UIIPIIRIN il. Searle. A. Perkins. NI. Irwin. P. ffoupzil. Niifirile row: E. Refine, F. Crix- tina. .i. Power. P, Rolfe. Y, Brandt. fl. Foote. J. HIIFLIPNN. 5. Sawirki. J. Smith. lop row: .I. Us-ngiii. fi. Xviiiiiilllx, W. Ko.ur'kf'r. if. Nainul. R. NiIsK'ilC. C, Teixi eira. li. Lonergan. A. Beeney. ky K L47 Pi? 'Q"!..!:::9v wt Vjapiti 'TWC 4 My Lk! iv - HONIEROONI N-1 1 I xx4ri,,4 Front row: Nir, Drlivf-ii. J. Jullarine. M. 4 ri w li I Kof-niu. IJ. Ileflaetano. ii. Vat- ton. N lim-un. xllfiliif' row: C, Fehuxtiun. H. Iuriinuton. ff. H x ' ' f urkinx, fl. Nirw. Ni. math. i. Karger. IJ. Fhfffllldll. ff. flrippo. K H111 lgrx Nl! I 41 -- nv in t. .. f-riaiff-liit. F. White. Ni. 1,1-lvliiuti. ii. Lraiiiur. NI. Kir-vii. I.. . . , lniurottwriu. f.. Uinlus. IL. Hufh. I.. La-- -airu. li. ihrr UH. 1 vi' !Zf,l' . ,a fi? 0 L A HONIEROOM C-305 Front royv: Miss Bilmieguh. C. Hubilert. Lutillo. 5. Main. M. Phillips. J. Nenna. f Brennan. Middle row: E. Milot. S. ffh Hliill. K. Horan. C. Pariu. C. Latham. Carlson. Ni. Ff-rnunfies. Top row: K. Us fmxtu. U. slllliiillfti. C. Stepp, C.. fyroqh I.. Morgan. J. Demtha, B. Spottswoori. 5 Zito. C. Swinski. x il JMX A . W y,X1 fs qu v"JCFjwlQ' ylfyibv ..j Xjwx P is ,Qur- Y!! THE FREQHMAN CLA99 OFFICERQ Front row James ONe1ll V1CEpI'CS1dCHl Catherme Leckey secretary Back row Robert Nye treasurer Wxlllam Butchka presldent ANXIET EXCITE E T AN Fllled vuth anxlety excltement and awe at the thought of enterlng h1 h school we walked through doors sym bohzmg entrance upon a h1gher educatlon and the be glnnlng of our llves as young men and women Together wlth our old classmates and new fellow students we slowly became a part of the large numbers passlng through the halls to and from classes Our fear of un famlllar teachers courses and upperclassmen soon abated 'Nlost of us began to delxe lnto our studles and take part though tlmldlx at first ln the evctracurrlcular actn 1t1es As we elected our class officers and Qtudent Councll members we praxed llentls that thex would lead us well onre stran c l1LlllfllIlt.,N am tlassfs are not so had as me thou ht thu would be Holdlng up our end a Fresh men was actuallx an enjoxable job A the school Near tram to a ch st me see rn retro pect that the class o 1962 ha fulfllled lts cxpeftatrons It has quallfled for the sophomore wear FREQHNIEW 'NIENIBERN OF THF NTL DILNT FOLNCIL 9 Kalrl B Phllllp P Lyllllfl P Nhapxro an . ,,,, , - '1 , ' L ' ' . v. . 7 . 7 V g 9 , , , Y. v 1 v , s - -s . 5, V - S' If . Y Now. the first year nearly over. we realize that the v, ffl ' ' ff' l ' '- ' , . Z. . .. . , . - t l 's vii. ' 3.' S '. r.- f , S . .N 34' I . M: . . 98 i3 E BRAUN recenem the Thames Award for the Outstanding Player HOMEROOM B-12 Front row: Nlrs. Tytla, C. Leckey, M. Velez S. Williamx. A. Lette, A. Dertler, Sl. Sulli van, Middle ww: Xl. Keenan, ,l. Marshall XI. White, NI. Mclfoy. C. Cadbfris. P. Chap pelle, Nl. Nlirrkus, NI, Krashosky, NI. Annis Twp naw: A. Skinner, F. Patty. A. Kelley J. Suhnlew-ki, A. Einhorn, R. Beckwith, ,I Carlyle. A. Picardi, T. DeLaura. 99 l 45100 .. fl A jzfwl WML L lr ll y 0 'U L ,ltlbleli LOW , 1,LL'lQpC'?gL4f f L fb HOMEROOM B-22 Front row: D. Rose. P. Christopherson. J. Swalsburg. C. Viveirus, S. Kalil. 5. Simon, Nlr. Callahan. Middle row: J. 0'Neil. fl. Sllllllf'l'USQ, J. Giuslini. S. Wright, A. llur- rill. l.. Buurgerxis. ,l. Cerrits. Nl. Kelly. 5, Hum-itlu. B. Carpenter, V. lluwselt. Twp mw: C. Baker. J. Leavh. R. Rook, L. De- nnlpo. C. llesnnyers, J. Harman. ll. l.ewiQ, li. Strang, C. Nlclnughlin C. Flynn, R. lim. F. Wilson, F. Mac 13 L AP we , if ,y . my W lv V djyffl - pl il V HOMEROOM B-23 Front row: D. Strazm, D. Hill, V. Con- vusvia, M. Ploszaj, Mr. King. Middle row: R. Speer, I.. Clark. S. Sanford, P. lluutte, J. Meardy, K. Copsinis. W. Allyn, K. Lloyd. Tup row: E. Najim, T. Kelley. S. Brooks. IJ. Stone, W. Zarist, N. Crillo, J. Petrnw- sky. flu MLW, M JA J Jjijlll I V 'ffl 6 hwy. .L4lL'Ql'l' JI .774 L4 .fjwfffl HOMEROOM B-24 Front row: J. Bellows. J. Zuckerman. T. Nladzin-ki. B. jolineon, Mr. Voyer. Middle row: li. Steinman. B, Caboury. C. Cfvrdes. .-X. Kruwll. 9. llfrlapffrta. J. Rinmki, V. lllljlhf'S. Top row: Wi. Noble, T. Telage, l.. Che-lar, R. Olfen, R. Yemneau. ,I. llineen, X XL J lx,ff'iX JJ! ,X X fin f l WST 'mf A. GADA, M. SAUNDERS work on model 350.000 dream homes. 'i Quinlan i J. LESSER. J. BROIDA try their luck at the baking contest. ELECTRICAL CREW MEMBERS. R. Church and il. lihalnpiin wt lighte fur the Chriatmas 102 Dance. ,Z i TWIRLING made easy by B. Hewitt. -Ss gl-x ,pw ,q,v,.-'- mmf mini' X lf' I r Ks.. Ag. WE DIDNT MISS ACTIVITIES The weeks flew by quickly and before we knew it, final exams were upon us. Now studying was the most important thing for us but we didn't miss the activities. Senior graduation finally arrived. Ruflled. billowing gowns. meticulously white dinner jackets, and beautiful flowers marked the Commencement Dance. It was time for us to leave New London High School: and with Shakespeare we began to love that well which we knew we must leave ere long: our teachers. our friends, the halls, and even the lowly scarred desk tops. The four best yearsl On graduation night we walked straight and inwardly tall across the stage to receive those certihcates so full of mean- ing. Now we were ready to try the new. because we had learned the old and the good and the true. in 7 X, r Q 5,5 '-mf-' 'fi I-sq'f"10'4,rn" L., ,,. Q J ifjtyoz ,,, , as svn.- Av Jfyaz, eh, -"i9f'f?""4 I .r S5 was-s Ka I ."".. ' u .1-..' ,ji-,L,'.iPS9'!l7' 'QV' Q .' . fx- fgglitwt L lk. 51,g9,,5 "4 fri- 'safaris rf 'A I R. NIE-XIJUWS hope t become an NLHS pitchin ar FRIf9IlNIg'l.N ISXNKETISXI I Nt J Front row: I, Ilut au hlm Barclay. C. fiaynfr C e J Bu Top row: I.. Xlercuri 'I De aura e lentano. llrook R Feliriano ,I Petro sky. Il. IN ye. TIII- rr vs, 111.1 1 llutt T Nlell Coach N Ill'lIll Nldlli N in Jou ll K I HOMEROOM B-2 5 Front row: B. Philips, L. Bedrick, J. Min- nie. L. Woodard, A. Minson, C. Milikin. Mr. Pike. Middle row: D. Tamano, R. Land, R. Levin, A. Babcnck, T. Pickens. J. Watress. K. Beebe, D. Hazzard, 1. Spiro. Top row: T. Nunes, L. Censbury. D. Cris- tello. M. Richard, S. Koss, D. Danis, G. Brachas, R. Nye, E. Dessert, G. Brogaw. HOMEROOM B-3 1 Front row: S. Conboy, l. Barscc, C. Far- nan, S. Kononchik. E. Shimkas. Mr. Mc- Kissirk. Middle row: D. Dole, C. Checker, M. Fortier. D. Serafm, H. Hobby. V. Syra- cuse, K. Code. R. Mannnne, S. Kombouzis. Top row: B. Skrupsky, J. Urbanik. P. Freije. J. Watter nn. A. Ves ovi, W. Skin- ner, C. Harris, JE Belw x C 5? .5 , :lil N M y L ff YL-5 1 al v 1 f LY ' fl' HOMEROOM B-32 Front row: Mr. O'Brien, V. Churvh, B. Levine. K. Kierstein, C. Soltz, S. Tansey. Middle ruw: R. Cortina. E. DeNnia. M. Dall. N. Malinowski, A. Sobeich. M. Ed- wards. D. Olison. Top row: F. Fuscn. L. Svanlun. J. Talley, J. Clark. J. Butler. J. llarran. P. Jullarine, R. Kitlinski, S. Celt- Ler. 104 Q10-Q ,-,- fv if WI 'E ,v ,WF 59. I In Eviff ,far 1 4 If M fwff ,UHHJ ' F . In H vw- - 1 Mk t , if? 39'Z?5?'l'VL H j,g'4,A 5 g,1fQ?V4nA X f M .ww THE HEATING UE IIIHI . THE ISL IIINS UE ISR SS S gives us il feeling of pride Bingo! Bingo I . . . is our cry, New London's out to win, thereis gonna be a'victorv. so let the game begin! In this familiar song we join the NLHS band in cheering our team to victory. Our band also leads us at the basketball rallies as me shout out our s-s-s-STIHNI. In most of our activities the band becomes an indispensible as vvell as an enjoyable part of the fun. Neither the thermometer nor the barometer deters the band on parade days. The route mav be familiar 1 Bank Street to Williams Street to Broad Street A- but the pomp and circum- stance is ever fresh. Our classmates in green and gold uniforms, the beat of their drums and the blaring of their brasses invari- ably arouses in us a feeling of pride and loyalty. Another invaluable organization in New London High School's Music Department is the Dance Band. The fifteen musicians in each of the two groups magically transform our gymnasium into a Cinderella ballroom with their pin-point rhythm and artfully blended melodies. They are a versatile combo: thev can move the distance from Strauss to the Cha-Cha vvith the aplomb, al- most. of professionals and certainly to evervoneis satisfaction. Mr. Benvenuti directs: the hand plavs at all the school dances exe it th Senior Commencement. Even the trumpeter must have h's ougfts for dancing. IKXWJHLL if V l PLAY THAT SWEET AN' L W-DOWN!" J. Prokop, M. Crillo. WEA' N, 'T' xyllel ff Q I NCQ! ef J ft . 97 J f W . fl if I J' H11 MDW' ' fix girl fffws 4 L I 'Lf I f W vi Yg3..wLg3.2 l.L.fC1!tJ'4"S' -f 7 ,ff THE FOURTH PERIOD IMND. First row: 9. Ingram. NI, ggww'lu I. Grillo. NI. Henderson. L. Moon. D. Orsini. A. Colonis. NI. Pahilonia, 1 I'2'.l.I.,IIC v vvxmi I Vaa1.1a..., I Rami.. F Hall.. it fir.-.-A. 'CM - l Fnnlirn I-'Minh row: R. Riceioni. H. ' 'in.,. 1 , .. ' ,J nltlt I Creene ,I Nlarmo . 1,5-5, f' 'SS S W NN m .sy ,I Y. :tv J' ' ' tif -' ', t if .. I' ,.. l ' Il' l 4' u X. x 'l J. B' ti i ll, .NX . 1 t Half x ' U 1 tl ,. 1 X . SENIOR CHOIR. Front row: R. Dynarski, R. Ferrara, J. Marquand, B. White, P. Reynolds, L. Costantina, S. Shurts, L. Smith, J. Hansen, B. Wynne, D. Owens, L. Britagna, L. Sandstrom, C. Martin. Second row: B. Sefton, E. Litman, M. Farrell, J. Hartman, B. Steele, M. Bellinger, N. Gordan, M. Pasqualucci, B. Levine, S. Hubert, J. Trafoconda, A. Ander- son, B. Uguccioni, S. Olsen, L. Holt, D. Morales, M. Wronowski, M. Mc- VUCAL GROUP CATER TU if E Neil. Third row: C. Joseph, J. Enright, C. Rogers, J. Wheeler, B. Fogg, J. Whitney. O. Kosch, A. Dousis, L. Bolles, H. Reynolds, J. Russ, C. Lewis, L. Corchinski, E. Gardner, J. Holt, C. Cruise, B. Recine. Fourth row: A. Burchsted, C. Bellucci, P. Foley, C. Couillard, R. Hodge, B. Way, D. Butler, R. Phillips, M. McGinley, A. Patti. ALL llc IC L T ST-ES "Music hath charmsw - That well-known phrase espe- cially applies to New London High Schoolls choral groups, under the supervision of John J. McCarthy. The choir, which is an advanced choral group, provides the student body with excellent entertainment at concerts and assemblies. The choir also represents New London High School at community concerts, and annually represents the school at the Connecticut State Music Festival. The Sophomore chorus is composed of underclassmen who have musical ability and who enjoy participating in a choral group, and who wish to be in advanced choir. So, if you like the latest in broadway show tunes or the best of classical music, both secular and religious, then Mr. McCarthy has a group that will satisfy your musical taste. Anyone with an interest in music will benefit greatly from the enjoyable hours spent in preparation for a concert. It is through the untiring efiorts of these musical organ- izations that we, the student body, gain not only delightful entertainment but also an appreciation of good music. "Meditation" from Thais by L. Bitgood. r . o F , v. fx 1 l 1 . 1 Q ' E I I S Q I . , if I if f . 4 I R FERRARA entertams at the Vanety ghow THE TEEN TONEQ 'NI Donovan Nl Farrell C D1Pal1na ,I Hartman and ,I Cannoe 'N -vi 1 ff 1 N r vs N 1 rre rnarfl 'trutt al N r1 NI Lulnn D 5chult1 UdlllCN 'll 1 11118 me 11 'lu ll C, J xx N vrex B Xlllffllflli A . , 4 f J, T 4- 1 A . - , x , 1 3 " 7 I V tu., 1 E 4 . ' F4 ., A 4 l. . , ' f ' 1' 1 ' , sl , , I. . 'X .. . Q ' Q r 4 .J 9 Y- 1 n X ' 9 l 5 f 5 ' . ,I V :tu t 'QP' -. .. -f A - .-." A-' ' 5Ollll0NlURlf flllfllilli lfirxt row: J. Hogg. F. Paranku, N. llglurciuni. Panne, IJ, fjlhhman. XI. Pi-1-ltellu. Twp row: E. Wrfn-ku. L. Morales. V. l- Ni 'h11lN. A. Ni-11 Yiill. 5. l.atl1r-111. .'fff'4PIl4l rv ': R. llwlt. LJ, fitt'. 5. NIU .N lla ' .N f .fQ. l.'t1ran1. .I. li 'ggm . . ' . . H ' . Nl1'l.au11hllf1f J. l'u11e1t' . H. Att' ll , H. ' tl'll. '. La- B. Wwvd urtl1.K.ft1. J' . K""' 'H 5 X4 N HERES HOW EOL DO IT Nlr .xentlne ne ta lun! sn e Tllll the n OUR REPORTER COLLECT A O REPORT THE NEW As you pass through the basement of Nathan Hale do you sometimes hear strange IIOISCST It s only our reporters You ve passed the press room ln the dark catacombs of the Nathan Hale Blllldlng where New London HlghS yournallsts collect reports that cover the latest storles ln sports and thelr school actlvltres The result of thls effort IS our school news paper the Compass Under the dlrectlon of Joseph P Drlscoll the Compass publlshed elght tlmes durlng the school year Two ISSUES are specxaltles the Chrlstmas edltlon and the Senlor ed1t1on The ll N ,...0 3-. final edltlon of the Compass dedrcated to the Senlor class IS one vsorth savmg along wrth the yearbook Thls lssue contams the class wlll and the prophecy as well as the Senlor superlatlves Each year Mr Drlscoll selects the Ed1tor1nCh1ef and the staff Members are selected accordmg to thexr Wfllllflg ab1l1ty sense of responslblllty and thelr wlllmgness to spend prolonged hours at a typewrlter They must also be of hlgh scholastlc standmg Thls small group IS responslble for gatherlng edrtmg and publlshmg the paper Fmally after each month s hard work the staff IS only too glad to say Let the presses roll' N. 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' ' 's 'I' . .' 5 Q 4 A , ,54'U A f ' 5, Q N. :':.'-1 26 Z4 l .Z BARBARA WIERCIOCH EDITOR IN CHIEF ponders over layouts Q H '5 L...- hi' 15" ,.'wLQ- -auf -1-'- .I COUILLARD L YAUILLA look up from thelr lmportant dutxes as Asso crate Edrtor and Business Manager respectxvely CLIPPER TYPING STAFF Front row R RICSC ,I Enrlght Typmg Edltor Back row C Swlnskl Q Perry and P VanH0ve Gala fi I I YL Il AJ" 5 5 .wrQ Wm-9 C CUFF AND S SHURTS look on as L Marr works on the 1nd8X for the Cllpper CLIPPEII RECEIVES HONORS Have you ever wondered what lt takes to produce a superlor yearbook? The Cllpper staffs of the past few years have been able to unravel the secret surroundlng thls problem and the many awards suspended from the walls of N 6 offer mute teshmony to thls fact The Chp per has been honored wlth first place awards In add1 tlon lt has recelved MEDALIST ratlngs WhlCh IS the hlghest award an annual can FCCCIXC from the Columbla Scholastlc Press Assoclatlon The 1958 book recexved the ALL AMERICAN AWARD recognlzlng It as one of the top yearbooks 1n the Umted States A truly proud and lmpresslve record To many of us our yearbook IS a dry runnlng record of the ten months we spend m school To the semors however lt has a greater meamng To them lt IS a xery personal t1e mth the past at lNew London Hrgh The Cllpper helps encompass the whole potpourrl of 3CllVl Iles GlgIllflC3Ilt to our school and communlly Through the theme of the 1959 Cllpper recreatlonal opporlum tles ln our communlty the yearbook hlghllghts the yltal part recreatlon plays IH our modern yy ay of l1fe September marks the begmmn of theme selectlon Ad huntmg and a desperate search for the bon mot Ill Roget By February lo the stall' tiles desperately to get the book OH to press Y -qvvri , D 'WAX Y gLi.4 I I ' ll M ' A A , . . 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Xaullla Bu 1ne Nianager N fl Xdxeru 1n 'Nlanager errlt B Won ky B Palrn I fhall P Nleade N Fe v ' B' B 1' V. - Y 'tr l ' ' " "' H x " . -2 .- 4 K . A A X 7 zz fs, - Z - 1 m A vs ' if ' an I A. N ' f ' s E , f W f'.',v . . , . 1 ' ' to . ' - ' ' : .R . , . , . . , , . . ' Q ' 1 ,,- x ,Q Uv I' P- " -I Z '- 0 fx ,. .wa rf' 9 V ,I I' 'As E MA A W' K 'N M- - 1' Us 9 5 'V -vs fi ,, X O 17 , . I 1 I ' I f f . Y ffl., . : . Y ' . ss. :.I.B'ggs,. ' g G . 'sy . J,'.' , ,A lien. Y. Rw- flltfltl Qt tl A AN ALL IlVll'PtESSIVE l'ItUGPtAlVl Do you like to talk? Talk about international problems and situations, that isl lf you do, you belong in the Forum Club. It not only offers many opportunities to discuss and learn about ever important national, state, and local topics, but also lends itself well to the consideration of important school and teen matters. Each year, the clubis impressive schedule is filled to ca- pacity with exciting debates, both inside the group and with other schoolis debating clubs. Guest speakers and an annual field trip to New York and the Lvnited Nations, the biggest debating chamber of all, also add color and intense interest to the clubis agenda. Our future diplomats and politicians are currently de- eloping skills in the art of controlled argument, by public eaking, and taking their place among New London High's serious-minded students. An attractive smile - a sharp eyel Those are just two of the qualifications ably filled by our ushers. These girls are always there to greet us at concerts, plays, and all of the V social events at New London High. As they hand us our bv' programs, they direct us to convenient seats assuring us 724, -f A orderly and Gonvenient seating with a minimum of effort. ffl' .1 . i LTheirgttitud1eCand ability are worthy of commentation. 'Ji X ' 4 J' TJ l THE UQHER9 First row L. Marr. D. Nichleau, K. Moran, B. Ross, S. Q! 1' Q ', Qhurts Qecond row K Ruggerio, S. Ingram, D. Fadden, C. Lewis, K. Q3 WML' lx I. Creenaway Third row J Almetli, F. Maiorana, P. Mcllwain, D. Candis. J NNW QI Alf! .A XXJ , xv Xl ' U 5 THE FORUNI CLLB. First row: H. Washton. J. Cruise, L. Vogel. J. Lyon. E. Peters. N. Seltzer. VV. Dickson. Top row: J. Henderson, E. Kanm R Ferrara Nlimldle row: M. Cuadliana. G. Belluci, C. Runde. D. Brinkman, L. Lukoski, R. Groble, l'. liinskopf. J. Birmingham. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETIES One of the most distinguished honorary societies in the nation is the Quill and Scroll. This group is composed of high school journalists who have been deemed worthy by their faculty advisors for admission into the nationwide group. Each member is examined and voted upon by the na- tional board and receives a certificate and pin after admis- sion. Each year, New London High School has been hon- ored to have several of her students accepted for member- ship. One of the aims of this society is to encourage teenagers to continue professionally in the field of journalism. Since the inception of New London High School in 1951 we have had not less than forty students qualify for membership in the Quill and Scroll Society. The organization at New London High School which bases its membership on academic achievement is the National Honor Society. The membership of this group is restricted to students who have earned a superior academic average throughout their four years at New London High. Faculty advisor to this group is Mr. Troland, who is responsible for the screening of all candidates. Due to its high standards, this society has gained national recognition. Each year ap- proximately 3QfI of the senior class qualifies for membership in this distinguished group of scholars. 7 je' 1 1 f C7 1 " . 1 MEMBERS OF QUILL AND SCROLL. B. Couillard, L. Yauilla, M. McCarty, J. Hoag. Wiercioch, J. Enright, J. 1 THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY. Seated: Diane McGrath, Frances riet Washton, Bruce Berwald, Edward Brady, Henry Booth, and Barbara Feinerman, Gloria Cortina, Leslie Shatner. Standing: Rena Ferrara, Har- Wiercioch. ! F L. Rogoif, A. Hare, J. Crouch, S. Weis, listen to a Lawrence Memorial re re sentative DURING COLLEGE NIGliITi FUTURE NURSES or AMERICA. Front row: M. Chappell, C. Morris, S. Andrews, F. Maiorana, B. Sefton. Middle row: M. Crotty, .l. Holt. Top row: M. Rhodes, U. Stepski, J. Crouch, S. Wies, B. Stuart, A. Cerqualas, J. Hayes. 118 -if fs i .,,, ,V Q.. ,495 Y' '-1' 4,2 U. ? y, Q, . '- 7 "f -3Hf'.4'f,.9i142L Lathrop, C. Weathered, V. Moore. INSIGHT INTO PROFESSIONS If you are interested in education you obviously belong in the Future Teachers of America Organization. Partici- pants are given insight into the teaching profession and di- rection in choosing their special field. Whether they become teachers or not, students will have become more aware of the educational problems of today. The Future Nurses Club offers the girls an opportunity to learn about the nursing career. Those contemplating the cap and thermometer career visited various hospitals where they received information and an insight into this most reward- ing profession. R - ' Q..f.x - . Q 3 tA,s 'FT THE FUTURE TEACHERS. Seated: .I. Krinsky, B. Levine, B. Curtiss, R. Holt, E. Corra, B. Brennan, A. Hegman, P. Brockett, C. Sachatello. Standing: P. Mead, J. Gross, D. Lyon, L. Vogel, P. Watrous, Linda Bolles, R. Levinson, S. THE OFFICE ASSISTANTS. Front row M. Goltra, M. Edwards, R. Cortina, ,I Swatsburg, E. DeNoia, C.'Checker, B Peckham, C. Morris, F. Maiorana, B Henkle. Top row: A. Millner, E. Saunders P. Burke, B. Galioury, K. Ruggierio, P Piascik, J. Pomeroy, C. Machado, P. Utz, N. Farnam, P. Churchill. 77 RIGID STANDARDS FULLDWED Did you ever wonder who brings all those notices around the school from the office? This band of devoted girls is the Staff of Office Assistants. These are girls who have a free period during the day and have volunteered for oliice work. Many of these girls hope to become secretaries in the near future so they gain invaluable experience from their daily work. The girls observe rigid standards of behavior and adhere to the rules closely. Membership in the group de- pends upon marks, appearance, and behavior. Each office assistant has an average of NC" or better. The girls sort and deliver messages. f lf. I' HU, UV iv' ,- C - THESE STl.'DElxllTS may become fu- ' ture oliice assistanlin V , , is K :UL LF , V' ' V 1 K ' s x a Q- A. , . r ,T I t -ljf H , I ! , , 4 X I I vc GUIDANCE OFFICE AFFIFTANTS: M Canon, Y. Rose, E. Cruise. C. Hoagland, A J Mackey. D. Fadden. J. Wheeler, C. Lewis, I Weymouth, P. Burke. 119 ,A r lt Faculty wives enjoy lobster dinner at Mrs. Jacques' home. THE ITALIAN CLUB. First row: J. Bal delli. A. Gada, NI. Shasha, K. Bartolucci S. Sawicki, M. Connon. Second row: .I Jullarine, E. Refine. F. Fusco, T. Sahilia, R. Custini. M. Casey. Third row: T. Blaz- zella. M. Crillo. V. lnsinga. R. DeBiasi. C. Martingli, P. Pusateri. Fourth row: V Zukowski. F. lorlano, W. Wierczouk. D. Filosi, J. Ceresky, R. Cada. Top row: R. Marelli, H. Baron, T. Campanelli, D. Lewis. is-Q' fri, tb -.A..-fyg. THE LATIN CLUB. Front row: B. Phil- lips, R. Speiser, A. Silva, S. Conboy, C. Edwards, K. Kerstein. Second row: M. Kelly, D. Serafin, M. Krinsky, K. Cop- sinis, M. Margetta, C. Mros. Third row: B. Vogel, B. Stern, M. Irwin, C. Reed. C. Cordes, S. Parako, E. Shinkis. Top row: S. Koss, B. Wool, D. Sulman, R. Rakosky, B. Baratz, L. Kensburg, C. Soltz. THE LINGUIST-S UP TUlVlllllBUW An opera trip, a banquet, a Mardi Gras dance, a trip to Canada - sound interesting. Better yet, how would you like. to travel to distant lands across the Atlantic? These are highlights of the NLHS French Club. After managing a year of thousand-mile excursions, Monsieur Malcolm G. Greena- way, club advisor, will achieve a grande finale to the yearis work by leading sixteen student explorers and one beagle through seven European countries on a seven week tour. The Spanish Club looks to Mexico. Members absorb something of that landis Spanish culture from the adven- tures of Cortez to the pulse-pounding excitement of the bull ring. And in good Spanish tradition they break the Christ- mas pinata. 1 -ft. IM .X ,Ai THE FRENCH CLUB. First row: L. Marr, J. Berry, B. Gorra, E. Koss, B. Stern, S. Shurts, B. Sefton. Top row: F. Solomon, B. Baldelli, L. Bolles, W. Liggett, L. Vogel, A. Rambush, R. Levinson. ENJOY TRIPS A UETPIANGEPI In media res, writ of habeas corpus, caveat emptorl Latin is with us today. It has been the basis of all the romance languages and the key to the modern English vocabulary. In the Latin Club members discuss and study Latin history and culture from the Vergilian account of Aeneas's adven- tures to the writing of the early Christian era. The club tries to increase interest in Latin and to point out its importance in law, medicine, and journalism. The Italian Club provides periodical trips to New York to enjoy Italy's contribution to world culture: the opera. After many trips, talks with guest speakers, and informative discussions, members of the Italian Club end the year with the annual ,Iune picnic. THE PROJECTION CLUB. Front row: R. DeVie, E. Halla, D. Searle, A. Minson, C. Jaworski, T. Telege. Top row: B. Sibold, S. Hoadly, T. a ' I l t a. if 't ip ,f ,tif t' A A ij. ,. l 7 'iff kit '5' 'fitscffl I "rig 4" s ,K X QVVZ pi V I- w .6 A i A LESSON ON HOW TO RUN A MOVIE PROJECTOR is a requirement for membership in the projection club, R. NORRIS, V. ZUKOWSKI off on an assignment for the projection club. Levy, D. Dickens, J. Secchiaroli. M. Worthington, E. Stein, W. Allyn HARD JOB DILIGENTLY DONE Who runs the projectors and record players for the vari- ous classes throughout the day? The hard-working Projec- tion Club performs this duty diligently. Each member must have a working knowledge of all the machines in the Audio- Visual Aids Department which is gained through a period of apprenticeship under Miss Mildred Abbott. After passing a working examination, the members of the club run the projectors in classes during free periods. All qualified members carry a small card assuring suspicious teachers that they are not imposters. The members of the Projection Club work under all sorts of adverse conditions from bad projectors to talking teachers but in the end they think the enjoyment is worth all the trouble. Qualified projectionists gain valuable knowledge through their work and many go on to become professional cameramen. T HE UP THE CURTAIN! E' E ET. then: places, ever hed Y the pla is on. "Take up the curtain!" This is the familiar command by which the student director starts a new production. But before the show can go on, there are weeks of hectic preparation for the big three-night stand. The job of producing a play starts early in the school year when the call goes out to the student body for try-outs. After extensive screening the names selected for the cast are posted, and then the serious work begins. The cast immediately goes to work rehearsing night after night after school in the cafeteria. When the cast has learned the lines, they are able to concentrate on the acting. A few weeks later the stage crew goes all out on construction of sets for the play. The crew inspects the blue prints and then pro- ceeds to construct scenery according to the plans. Within two weeks the set takes shape, and the cast moves to the larger auditorium stage for rehearsals to become familiar with the set. During the last few weeks of rehearsals the electrical crew begins to work out a lighting arrangement on paper. How- ever it is not until the final two days of rehearsals that the electricians can actually try any of their schemes Finally the scene IS ready and then Places everybody' The play IS on' The Thespian Society a subsidiary of Dramatics IS a nation-wide group composed of high school students. Mem- bers must have earned ten Thespian credits, equivalent to one hundred hours of work during the production of a play or some other field of Dramatics. Special distinction of "Honor Thespianv is awarded to those pupils who have earned a mini- mum of fifty points and have produced their own play. The stage crew is made up of would-be carpenters and architects. This group has the responsibility of constructing all sets for the plays, dances, assemblies, and graduations. A student co-ordinator is placed in general charge of the group which works totally independent of faculty. The electrical crew is perhaps the most important of all the groups. A play could go on without a set but not without lights. Therefore, this crew of electricians holds a place of honor in Dramatics. Members of the crew, under student direction, provide lighting for all the plays and dances as well as for many assemblies held throughout the year. One of the most integral behind the scenes groups IS the Make Up Crew With just a little cold cream rouge powder and pencil they transform students to look their part Truly a remarkable group who deserve our praises . . . v . 4, . ,, . , - . . . . . - l . . . , , , . I ,, . ,, . . . , . . , . 3 7 ' l Y V l - THE THESPIANS. Front row: ll. llaran. .-X. llousi-. K. Snow. l.. Yauilla. l.. llolles. C. tlouillunl. lhn-k row: li. Wierviocli. lf, Snider. 5. Thull. 5. l.ulvin. F. Ulscn. .l. ltultlelli. Xl. lloltru. 1 N fr Qurely ma am you w1ll concede the jewels are mme THE PLAYBILL ,I Hoag K Greenaway J Cross N Gordon i-. cm-N THE WAKE UP CREW Fxrst row -X Wlacl-:ey C Gentlllea C Beck Qtock er J Thoma K Kormeck K Qnow K Korenxck W 'Sullivan wlth F 'Nlalorana E Swlder ,I Hayes B Recme Second row P C Levus ,I Trafaconda L Wlarr . as gl ll' E! Y' i NN . X l 'I Q 1 if Q .4 , . - . H . , , . . . , . , . , . . J ,. ' nr ,V ' t X g -1 3C 4 J ,lf 1 1 f' ,. V pa N 7 f ' , . .- ,v V 4 - ' ' -I',"'--L v S 'V u, , Q 1 ..4-4-1? A 1' ,f A' . ' ' f' vi I. y ,Z 1 ', ,, , . X f ,.,g N' - . A . k . U . 'ng V, b, ng. ai, ' if ' M. ' - v A - ' V ', , .. , . , . ', . . 'Z , . ', . , .. . N THEY'LL BE HERE ANY MINUTE." H. Baran to C. Poulos. Nj 4 3 4 ll al INGENIUUS SCENEHY CHANGES Each year the Dramatics Club presents two major three- act plays and several one-act plays directed by the students. This year the first production was Goldsmith's She Stoops lo Conquer. In this play the scenery changes were accom- plished on stage with the curtain opened. The stage crew used for the first time an ingenious set resembling a book. At each change of scene the stage hands merely turned the page into the following one. The electrical crew also outdid themselves to provide a novel lighting effect, emphasizing only the main part of the stage during changes and focusing light on the principal characters when in some obscure corner of the stage. The second major production Trial by fury by Gilbert and Sullivan was the first attempt at operetta at our school. Working diligently night after night the stage crew con- structed a set which emulated an English courtroom scene. By carefully arranging the judge,s box in relation to the consul benches, the crew provided suflicient room for sev- eral amusing dances and action scenes. The electrical crew was hard-put to invent a lighting plan with over four spotlight locationsg namely, four places where the actors could stand at various points on the stage and receive special illumination for solo scenes. The costume committee also worked out interesting cos- tuming for both plays. In She Stoops to Conquer the eight- eenth century motif was complete even to the tie-wigs. The committee made all of the judicial robes for Trial by fury. "WORK, WORK! THAT'S ALL WE EVER DO!" J. Wheeler, M. Shasha. "THAT, SIR, WAS AN UNFORCIVABLE INSULT." G. Couillard, to C Poulos 126 X ,f x X .I X x l t l 1 1 .3-Wife iilfv s .5,,,. l ln New London the City Recreation League spon- sors basketball for high school studentsg the Babe Ruth League provides an opportunity to play baseball for pre-high school students. ln winter, children and adults sniff the nippy New London air and take to the ice. The less adventurous roller skate at the Melody Rink. The tennis enthusiast plays at Mitchell Wloods Connecticut College for Women, or the Coast Guard Academy. me-B ar , Q sa 'Om 'Ni ports ,C A I 9,5 v kk fvrx I if ' i - 2,724 . t Jeff N! X f-Z N35 5915? as-8-8619? 25.95. , f , I THE VARSITY SQUAD. Front row: S. Lacey, J. Birchall, E. Pokornicky, H. Moran D. Kuvalanka R. Tucchio W. Discordia M. Crillo P. Bar nesi R. Butchlia, Co-captaing, M. DeVito., Second row:lD. Filosi,lP. Fishgr, Pi Bentson, T. Martin, P. jullarine, J. Butchka, L. Lagrotteria, C. Ashburn W. Rafferty, Z. Olbrys, R. Raymond, J. Fabricant, E. Murallo, J. Smolen 16 ski, R. Olsen. I. McQuirk. Third row: A. Sabilia, Managerg E. Braun, R. Nitsche, M. Cerity, F. Butler, B. McCormack, G. Gaynor, B. Chandler, R. Stummer, Co-captain, B. Woodworth, L. Ramus, P. Rindskopf, W. Carver, W. Weiczorek, T. Anzalone, C. Kloster, Manager. 19 8 E 0 COULD ERY ELL E " I .59 "yt-1 V 'l .ff grin lun' COACHES STURGIS AND SABILIA map out strategy for the day's game. M Qt ..R i e'351"'. 1-4- fi' gt" described as one of firsts The 1958 football season could very well be described as one of "firsts." Many of these 'cfirstsn were disappointing, because the season was the worst in the short, but success- ful New London High grid history. It was, however, a sea- son which provided a good deal of thrills, and certainly one that ended on a note of optimism and encouragement. The game attendance ranged from almost nihil against Hartford Bulkeley, to a record-breaking 5,000 against Fitch. During the pre-season no one would have dared to imagine how poorly the team would perform. Whereas many were aware of the team's shortcomings - specifically, lack of speed, and an inexperienced backfield - it was assumed that the team would achieve a fair amount of success. Coach Harlan Sturgis and his staff had an experienced line return- ing, around which they planned to mould the club. This plan was not realized. however. as the Whalers failed to win a Single Capital District Conference game. The loss of the opener to Windham was the first suffered by New London High to the Willimantic school. Little did anyone realize that this was but the first of eight to come. As the season progressed. however. the team appeared to degress. dropping one decision after another. With each passing week it became apparent that it was going to be an extremely lean year. N 222 J. Stummer, R. Butchka lose the toss. x3 W -s 'J' 4' L.: P. BENTSON SCORES TOKCHDOWN AGAINST FITCH. 131 i"""' R. BUTCHKA trying to shake loose as P. Bentson comes over to block. GRIDDERS UPSET ARCH HIV!-XLS Although the Whalers had lost all of their Capital District Conference games, they viewed the two remaining games with eager eyes. Traditional rivals, Norwich and Fitch, from whom the Whalers had won almost every encounter since the existence of NLHS, sought revenge. The Whalers and Wildcats fought a bitterly, contested battle in which the Wlildcats gained their first win over the Whalers, on a rare sight in the modern game - a safety. The Fitch game, however, ended on a more pleasant note, as New London brought a halt to its terrible losing streak, winning 19-14. Displaying a tremendous team effort. and a surprising single-wing attack, the Whalers rolled over the surprised Tanagers. The Thames Award was initiated in this game and was given to the player who best exemplified the qualities of sportsmanship, leadership, and co- operation. Ed Braun. a junior guard. won the award in a fitting close of the ,58 season. Each year the coaches of the various conference teams nomi- nate and vote upon players to form an All-Conference team. The choices made by them represent the outstanding individuals at each position. Pete Bentson and Ed Braun received recognition for their fine work throughout the season by becoming members of this team. Bentson was named to the CDC first-team at end. while Draun received honorable mention at a guard position. Seniors who closed out their careers were Bruce Wloodworth, Pete Bentson. Pete Fisher. joe Birchall. Dick Stummer and Dick Butchka. co-captains: Mike Dexito. Denny Kuvalanka, Bob Ray- mond, and Marco Crillo. COACH SKRICAN interviews the press. TRACK SEASON Meet East Hartford Bulkeley Windham Hartford Public New Britain Weaver Norwich Fitch . ,. ,. Electric Boat State Indoor Indoor Sectionals 134 STRONG IN RUNNING EVENTS Although the 1958 season was one in which the track team compiled only an average record, it saw many fine perform- ances turned in by a number of individuals. Co-captains Charlie Pinch and Bob Foley, a pair of dash-men, led the team throughout the season. Pinch set a school record in the 44-0, and then proceeded to break his own record several times. His best time for the gruelling quarter-mile was 52.8. Foley, the number one sprinter, turned in steady perform- ances all year, and subsequently finished as the top point- producer on the squad. John Gerwatosky also set a new mark. His outstanding effort in the half-mile was clocked at 2:06.5. Coach Skrigan feels that the season was valuable, experience-wise, and that the young team showed a good deal of growth as the year progressed. This was evidenced by the fact that the Whalers made marked improvement in the late stages of the campaign. The performances made by the runners were excellent, but the inability to gather points in the field events hurt the Whalers. Running up against tough competition in the Capital Dis- trict Conference, the Whalers managed to salvage only one meet out of the first five, but then rallied to win the last four in succession. Losses to East Hartford and Bulkeley were discouraging, but the Whalers countered with a decisive win over Windham High of Willimantic. . 3 'Q' N.L.H.S Opponent 36 68 y 50 53 64 40 ' 50 54 X 23 81 Q 531.5 451,-Q W ' ggi! 1221! I A 2 2 I, .V I- 54- 41 . 2 - 2 - 4 ,. - .., ,., ' N , v, ' 'J Q V C J. PROKOP compiles points in the broad jump. 1 5 L 3? 4- . 5 F it ' - 9 f X 5 , vi f S F ' 5 Q I N' A XXX A-L, I , w THE TRACK SQUAD. Front row: A. Anderson. T. Henry, W. Mc- man. J. Cerwatosky, M. Cuadliana, J. Prokop. Third row: R. Schwartz, Namara, C. Pinch and R. Foley, Co-captains: J. Doyle, J. Petersen. W. Davies. J. Birmingham. NI. Henderson, C. McLaughlin, J. Vincent, Second row: R. Butchka, E. Kinney, R. Kramer, W. Dickson. A. Brink- P. Alston. Fourth row: J. McCuirk, E. McLyman, E. Samul. Tl-ITE MEET BRI G UIIT TANDING CI DEB NIE Q , .' K A, ' .w-yflf' fs... ibn! -Je. Q A . "ff" 4' 51"-5 . if' "Q - Q 'M . N' Q 4 . . 4 , epvnq- ., '4". .N :I , 'Q Q 1 l I ' . '-fo ' ' R 'MQ 1 . J, " -9 , I - 1 'cv"s'-g, V' - ' - . "4 I , M , l '. 'Q JJ' 0-'t E .V h ss.1 I semi-.au " , 4' 4 .L-. l no , K, Q I 'U '19, 2 Slam- . -. fi ,, N A' ' N 1 - ". -' - QQ 7 H . . ' ' - ," '- ' 403 "' 2-ff .-.w..a..v?f: I- ' - - viz: 'Q ' M. GERITY FIRST IN THE "880." together for final test New London then fell victim to Hartford Public and New Britain before redeeming itself. The cinder-men defeated Weaver by I3 points, and followed this win with successive victories over arch-rivals, Norwich and Fitch. The Whalers finished the season with a non-scholastic meet in which they defeated the Electric Boat Athletic Club by a score of 54-41. The culmination and highlight of every season is the state meet. Here the most outstanding trackmen in the state gather to show their wares against stiff competition. Last year Bob Foley was the only Whaler to qualify for the meet. He fin- ished fourth in the 50 yard dash. John Prokop and Mike C-errity showed great promise in the 100 yard dash and half-mile. respectively, and will form. along with Cerwatosky, the nucleus of this year's squad. Next season Coach Skrigan hopes again to build a founda- tion on strong runners. with the belief that a year's expe- rience will have been sufhcient for the weight men. . fy Av "'.,tk Y' wil. Y ,7 ,.iQn4'454' ifbrstffg-. A J. GERWATOSKY wins the mile in triangular meet. .l- DOYLE CLE-ARS THE BAR EASILY- J. BIRMINGHAM, J. GERWATOSKY, E. KINNEY start the mile run for NLHS. X ,J Q l "l"n'f . Ulf! - N el' 1, ..f I , YH, X 555 I i .N-'f R ' u .0 nl! ad 'N '- 5 1. . - V ' ' 1 V .. s'q, V J 1 , .f ,Ll '- - ' ' I ,, s- ,, I .ie . - .5- agkiq uv-'- .X ,, 86 . O 4 R' 136 1- 1 3 G 7 Q 3 I C.. 'W Cb 1, Q 'Q I lf, H , S' 1' 15315. , 5:55, ,Y , ws g , el , nik Jdf,-W 7 ., lf uliw ' E. KINNEY paces the field in the mile. L. LAKE sends a long heave in the shot put. 1 'HH ttf! ,A , 'JN' ,,. 1 , . i. - in-.5 ' v A . :"""w fa. 4 Mit E. BRINKMAN tries for the .lavelin Record Y r NNN ty" Xi 'L W ' lr A. i x i 3 Q Qt QQ Ni Ut g ,.Fk' N,l iid X fig tif' ' tl Y it J .- 10" ui 'U' . no K Q. 1 I P THE CROSS COUNTRY TEAM. Front row: D. Follett D. Cleary, B. Chernik D Fletcher P. Thall M. Guadliana G. Kinney W. Nlctigue. J Frick D Lyon Mr. Greenaway. Back row: R. Morejon L. Richerdson, f rn xx A K 'hug -L ,-,.,,sg"x.,k wus. W N--vw f-in wr - -QQWQ .ar .- D. CLEARY TAKES FIRST PLACE in cross-country meet. J. Greene, J. Rubino, J. Birmingham. A. Colonis, W. Dickson, P. Shapiro, L. Ginsburg. P. Citlin, L. Chesler, V. Dowsett. GAIN VALUABLE EXPERIENCE Coach Malcolm Greenaway felt that this year's Cross Country season provided valuable experience for the squad despite a sub-par season in terms of meets won and lost. His optimistic view was based on the fact that the team showed strong improvement in the late stages of the season. The squad turned what might have been an extremely discour- aging year into one of encouragement as they defeated Weaver and Waterford in their final two meets after losing their first six. ln interscholastic competition, the team placed sixth among thirty-nine entriesg ninth out of twenty-four in the State meetg and thirty-sixth in the New England Champion- ship meet. Co-Captain Mark Cuadliana, by finishing ninth in the State, was the only Whaler to qualify for participa- tion in the New Englands. The golf team, under the able coaching of Athletic Direc- tor William F. O,Brien. finished a vigorous six-game sched- ule with a 3-3 record. After dropping the first two matches to Norwich Free Academy and Robert Fitch High. the Whalers gained their first win at the expense of Killingly High by a 4-3 score. Norwich continued its mastery over the Whalers. but the team bounced back to win their next two matches. The first avenged an earlier loss as they nipped Fitch, 4-3, and then climaxed the season with a 7-0 triumph over Killingly High. Captain Dick Hedden won post-season honors. placing third in the CIAC State Tournament. posting a low score of 73. 1 A, 'AMY 43? 5 A l , Q. f' 'v 'se f-5 Y '4 X?-e . 6,55 I ' ,431 fa 'S W . amz' Q ' " ' 3 W'gQ,, X fy Q - ' 0 ' .'. ' 1 A 4,3 - -.wx QW e' 'W' wh -4 fe- :f,,.. A 2,74 , ,ek xx 1 -W. , x 4 A . J- A if H mg- eh, , fg i ',L , E 'Q . ,k A 5, H, U .,M Vw. , ,ff . :ww , eh - --- STARTING OFF ON A TWU MILE ,IAUNT in preparation for their Cross- cnunlry meet: Nl, lluadliuna. I.. HiL'hur1l-em, J. Birmingham. J. Greene. ff 'rf' M' l'l , 'bw . y. X40 .,, J is 3 um, 5 7 T5 H. 'f ir O , ' 1 r 1 ' 1 . R. HEDDEN demonstrates the uSe nf the wood. Nt? . ' ,Wag 3 ggeaiaf W ,ff X: ,, ll I 5 mon 9 STEAM FIXTURES ELY PROHISITED , ! A , ilu 'W 1, I """5hu-f- 'W O f O ,Vw , X , ,yr ff ,i NX W ii W' 9 gym., ......,,, . yn D 1... h"..4 ee e ' e- ' ' J. NICHOLS executes a forward somersault. R. CROBEI. OFF FOR THE "ZOO." M. CUADILIANA has the edge over S. Hazzard in the butterfiy. -..L f fv 4- -., , I -f A W ...M-.-., 4'--on M ... ' - ,gg e N 140 l , , THE SWIMMING SQUAD. Seated: R. Tuthill, J. Henderson, G. Orefice, R. Cushman, D. Arnold, D. Sitty, R. Groehel. S. Nichols, J. Brockett, P. J. Snooks, S. Hazzard, M. Guadliana, W. Letender, G. Clarke. Standing: Rindskopf, R. Rowe, D. Ball. Mr. Gordon. NA ADDR R CR UP 2 N W RECDRD When this yearis swimming team began working out at the YMCA pool, Coach Solomon Gordon found himself blessed with the return of many seasoned veterans. lfsing these veterans as the nucleus of a squad of eighteen men, Coach Gordon began building for what he hoped would be a successful season. This year's list of engagements included seven interscholastic meets, the Yale Carnival. the CIAC Championships, and the New Eng- land Championships. ln a pre-season practice meet. the Natadors looked partic- ularly impressive as they defeated the Coast Guard Academy Junior Varsity. New London opened its interscholastic competi- tion in a meet with a strong Manchester team. Although the meet ended in a 35lQ-4llQ loss for the mermen there was also a bright side. Bruce Brockett set a new school and pool record in the backstroke while the combination of Brockett. Nichols, Groe- bel. and Rindskoph established a new school record in the med- ley relay. First place points were also added in the free-style relay by the quartet of Rindskoph. Drefice. Groebel. and Tuthill. The Whalers. in their next meet with Hartford Public. suffered a heartbreaking, one point loss, 39-38. lvan Nichols set a new school mark in the breaststroke. The foursome of Rindskoph, Orefice, Groebel, and Arnold were point winners in the free- style relay, and again singular honors went to Brockett as he bettered his own record but only placed second in the medley relay. This misfortune cost New London the meet. The team notched its first win as they swamped Middletown 45-32. ln this victory they took six of eight events, the medley relay, 40 yard free-style. 100 yard free-style, 100 yard breast- stroke, and both relays. After absorbing a 49-98 drubbing from Torrington. the Whalers bounced back to crush Hartford Bulke- ley 40-37. ln this meet Orefice and Elion won firsts in the free- style and breaststroke events respectively. Sacred Heart came up with a superior performance allowing the Whalers to capture the 200 yard medley relay and the 100 yard free-style but swept the remaining events to topple New London 47-30. Through graduation Coach Gordon will loose Bruce Brockett, Bob Groebel. Doug Arnold. Ivan Nichols, Jim Henderson, Mark Guadiliana. Dick Rowe, and George Clarke. - 1-'Manu' .... ... , 4' ' A ' IP, v' I W ,1 ul A jl " 2, 2.' ,. 'I ' , .f' ' 4, , I ",.,,fl 1 :oat 7 f t 5' " ,..., . . ..yt,.J. 1 .r f'ia'..,n , . 3 ,. I . Q- was-1129 1 1 il 2 1 . 1 ,, -A . ,ff i Q 1. re - -ff p , 1 as .. Fa. nib.. , Q5 . " W? M , Eve: sri 1 . if 4 ' ll . 1 --f 1 JA., an i 'X L KQV M 1 ' . ' ' .w --tits - L' --W I- .f THEUBASEBALL TEAM. Front row: W.iWhiteh0use, Managerg H. Car- Woodworth, D. Neilson, D. Kuvalanka. Third row: S. Irwin, Managerg J. narolil, L. McElaney, C. Heilntzelman, F. Saunders, C. Saunders, Captaing Balentine, M. McGinley, R. Nltsche, S. Kokosky, R. Murphy, Mascotg G. K. Hill, B. Elliott, C. Davis, ,l. San Juan. Second row: M. Jansen, R. DiMaggio, F. Fabricant, R. Meadows, ,I. Smolenski, R. Simoni, M. DeVito. CHAMP RECEI E EARLY E U JULT COACH CONWAY keeps close tabs on the situation. as team finishes second in Coach ,lack Conway's defending Capitol District Confer- ence Champions got an early season jolt as Fitch came up with a five run fifth inning, solid relief pitching, and a 7-4 win. The Whalers next game was a 32-hit slugfest which went into extra innings, but this display of offensive might was to no avail as Hartford Bulkeley won in the tenth inning by a 9-8 score. In New London's third attempt to break into the win column, East Hartford's fine hitting and pitching dealt us a crushing 12-5 defeat. The Whalermen posted their first win of the season as Carl Heintzelman blanked Hartford Public 5-0 while striking out 11 men. New Britain, behind two-hit hurling, handed the Whalers a 6-1 loss. After this New London began to hit its stride. In a game which featured bizarre play, the Whalers recorded a 2-1 triumph over Hartford Public. The New London cause was supported by Heintzelman's pitching. Hill's slugging, and Kuvalanka's headsup base running. Ron Meadows, in his first starting assignment, held Weaver to three hits while Vvhaler bats supported him in a 10-1 victory. Fitch nearly turned the tables on New London a second time as Carl Heintzelman. who was called on to relieve Pete Bentson in the ninth. got himself in hot water because of wildness, let in three tallies. then settled down to strike out the opposing pitcher for a 9-T win. Some timely hitting by Ken Hill and a strong pitching effort by Carl Heintzelman combined to down Norwich by the narrow mar- gin of 1-0. The Whalers then chalked up a 2-1 win against East Hartford. their fifth straight. as Joe San Juanls two-run single in the fifth and Heintzelman's superb control proved to be the deciding factors. Ron Meadows continued New . , ,. ,,,, ' ' K 4 5 -'fi' ' '. ,.. . we ff?-- Pi?-'Q .. 1 C. HEINTZELMAN scores on an error CDC despite slow starting London's streak to six games with a neat two-hit shutout which stopped Norwich Tech, 6-0. A fired-up Whaler eleven clashed with the conference leading Hurricanes of New Britain. It was a must game for New London since a win that day would have given us a possible tie for first place and a chance to retain the CDC crown. Carl Heintzelman, backbone of the Whaler pitching staff, was handed this arduous assignment. The game, a pitcher's duel, was tied going into the ninth. New Britain promptly loaded the bases and then caught the Whalers by surprise as they dropped a bunt down the third base line to squeeze the run home for a 4-3 win. In striking out 12 without issuing a single pass Heintzelman certainly deserved a better fate. Norwich Free Academy took an 8-1 decision from New London as their pitching held our hitters in check. Ron Meadows, pitching his second shutout, renewed Whaler spirit by stopping Weaver with a 7-0 eliort as Ken Hill swung the heavy timber for New London. The Whalers ended the season in grand style by beating Hartford Bulkeley 5-3 on Bruce Elliot's twelfth inning homer. Carl Heintzel- man terminated a brilliant four-year baseball career in a most brilliant manner as he tossed a neat two-hitter while striking out 13 opposing batters. Despite a slow start. the Whalers. backed up by the con- sistent play of Bruce Elliot. ,loe San ,luan. Heintzelman. Ken Hill. and Hank Carnaroli. finished second in the CDC standings as they posted a seasonis record of 9-6. Three of the players. Carnaroli, Hill. and Dennis Kuva- lanka. enjoyed better than usual success at the plate and set the pace offensively throughout the season. f"ln-in ,ue 6 Y?" ii.-ff J 'Sl 55-nm WIWEQJGY wt? Wag eh gm an 46 W ANN Mwqika M mf-aw my any -ab! 1 mm. "" wma, L- . ' " .1-M W. yd' mmf: L ... 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THE SEASON NLHS Oppon Fitch 4 7 Hartford Bulkeley 8 9 East Hartford 5 12 Hartford Public 5 0 New Britain 1 6 Hartford Public 2 1 Weaver 10 1 Fitch 9 7 NFA 1 0 East Hartford 2 1 Norwich Tech 6 0 New Britain 3 4 NFA . 1 8 Weaver 7 0 Hartford Bulkeley 5 3 g m Ng .QE 1 A , Ly, g,,i'x,'hf AWQ. T- "' J. '51 .4 'AJ' ,Qi 4 , I . . - - M, I 'a..,.,,:,r u- . ' ' 7"""w,.S ci -4 ,P 3 . H? if l .J-S...-inf.. ,i.a.,A - v ga . 31:- -Q fe"-1' 'T 9 1 . ell! 145 2... ax Ml 1... AF RAE PAY 01211 e New London Hlgh School Rlfle Team got off to an other flylng start thls year Under the able coachmg of George Gregory and hls asslstant Bob Voyer the sharp shooters ww on thelr first matches The first of these wms was scored agamst the Coast Guard Academy Frosh Team by a margm of 897 to 874- ln thelr next outmg the Whalers out shot Notre Dame of West Haven 885 to 856 and then blasted Wmdham Hlgh 868 to 801 The conslstent accuracy of Dave Clark Bob Byars Iarry Rlchardson and Bob Thompson accounted for most of thls success as well as some fine shootmg by John Crowell Henry Fredella Steve Rocketto and John Slstare In postal match competrtlon New London Hlgh teams have consistently ranked wlth the best shooters ln the country placmg among the top thlrd Thls year was to be no excep tlOHl In the December postal match, the combme of Blll Halryes, Clark, Crowell, Rlchardson, and Thompson fired a phenomenal 925 out of a posslble 1,000 to set a new School record Thls outstandlng cllsplay of form and accuracy pro vrded the Whalers wlth the ratlng 'L 32nd best among the jumor rrfle clubs rn the Umted States " Before termlnatmg thelr season, the sharpshooters had partlclpated ln four shoulder to shoulder matches, four postal meets, the State Champlonshlp Matches, and the State Sectronals B Mac lstare R Cramer C Chxhockl 4664! 1 s C J Crowell D Clark H Ludella M QW! me Wfzjwj P B MCKAY, I SWATZBURG anxxously awalt the score results from Coaches Voyer and Gregory ,4 i' in-.-..- . lf 'Y' T -V-3 JAWS. 'Tail' hy,QP"-rg., D Clark G Chukockl R Cramer M Kenyon ,I Fmhhone shoot against Notre Dame N2-Qty v-...Q-q y., iff' I S1 tar? ,I Crowell 9 Rrchettx how thelr tyle ln the prone posmon 'Wi 13 , '-5 Q ii' ii' Eg ,F 2 1 F , 1. Dx, I S km" Q, x 'AM 5 I' - In ff 1? Y X N-. A-nd if 'r I3 ff s i i THE BASKETBALL TEAM. Front row: J. Peters, G. DiMaggio, J. Mad- den, R. Kramer, G. Iannatuono, W. Anderson, R. Hullivan, M. Concascia. Second row: J. Coleman, D. Lynch, O. Vlaun, R. Dickey, E. Braun, P. J. N L1 'li' ' ..-Q.. Secchiaroli, M. Jansen. Third row: A. Sibold, Managerg F. Butler, R. Nitsche, C. Sherman, Manager, Coach W. F. 0'Brien. . :J-6"'- if ' 'V "-f4'f- 'fl' VY' '774-"T: CUUIITIVI E IN AND 0UT E The New London High courtmen again experienced a rough season. Plagued by injuries, sickness, and a height famine, they were able to win but five games. In their first outing they ran into a fine Windham High club, and despite John Madden's 21 points, wound up on the short end of a 67-44 score. In the next contest Fitch High nearly pulled a major upset, but the Whalers pulled out a victory over the Tanagers on a foul shot by Gary Iannantuono with less than 15 seconds remaining in the game. New London then opened the Capital District Conference race with a decisive win over East Hartford, 69-55. Guy DiMaggio's 18 points and fine rebounding provided the spark that the Whalers needed. New Britain then nosed out the Whalers, 61-56 on some "hot" outside shooting. The Whalers made their best showing of the year against Westerly. In a game that was re- garded as a toss-up, the Whalers defeated their out-of-state rival by 20 points. Bob Kramer played an important part in this win as he came through with 20 points. The Whalers then ran into some rough sledding from the always tough CDC teams. Bulkeley and Public inflicted dis- couraging losses on the Whalers, and Norwich added insult by soundly drubbing New London. Weaver, the conference leader, was forced right down to the wire in order to defeat the Whalers. The Green and Cold then gained its second conference win of the season as it surprised New Britain in a return match, 74-62. For the second time in the season the Fitch Tanagers nearly up- set the Whalers' apple cart, but New London rallied to win by the slimmest of margins - one point. Fitch led throughout the 150 game, and with only six minutes to go, and the Tanagers up by 20 points, defeat seemed certain. Led by Bob Kramer, Gary Iannantuono, and E. Braun, the Whalers made a tremendous rally. They chopped at the lead until, with ten seconds to go in the game, Ed Braun converted two foul shots that spelled doom for Fitch. Then when it appeared that New London might rally to close out the season with a good victory string, it lost starter Bob Simoni, due to illness, and the Whalers saw the roof cave in on them. The Hartford teams, which have always been a nemesis for New London, won three straight. Conference leaders Bulke- ley and Weaver won easily, and cellar-dwelling East Hartford followed up with a stunning win over New London, 66-50. The Whalers bounced right back, however, and battled Hartford Public on even terms until a tap-in with eight seconds remaining gave the Owls the victory. In a return game, the Norwich Wild- cats found little difficulty in subduing the Whalers. In the sea- sonis finale the Windham Whippetts closed out their season with a win over the Whalers. In the course of the season the Windham squad lost but one game. The club which Coach O,Brien directed was a young one, and this has its advantages. Graduating are only Bob Kramer, Gary Iannantuono, and John Madden, so that next year's club should be an improved one. Returning will be Bob Simoni, who will be starting his fourth and final season of varsity ball, and Jim Peters, Guy DiMaggio, Mike Concascia, Pat Secchiaroli, Bob Hullivan, and Wade Anderson. .iff If Q T ,,.,,,.., A' 1. 'HCI gf u 1 Z arg, i' il I x 1 L 1 gm A V. w'l .1 L 7 All' f , I M ' u-.L L L f I JA I jfvf kyriff X :J KY u x 1 P X Feature SCHOOL YEAH BEGINS WITH The new school year commenced with enthusiasm and school spirit. The seniors became big men on campus while the poor freshmen spent their time getting acquainted with the endless maze of corridors and one-way staircases. Some- times they had to battle marshals as well as the crowds trampling through shop in order to get to classes on time. After a short time students began planning social activities. The Kick-Off Dance officially opened the football season, and then we knew that the school year had really begun. By the end of October the first edition of the Compass came off the press and the 1959 Clipper staff was planning its write-ups and lay-outs. The advertising staffs of both the Clipper and the Compass began to plague the town and solicit ads from downtown merchants. By this time most of the clubs had elected ofhcers and were beginning to plan their yearly programs. Soon Halloween was with us and with it came the Hal loween Dance At this event the Dance Committee made 1tS debut and featured the SpOOk1CSt decorations ever The end of the first marking period was approaching and many of us decided to do some studying We certainly hated to tackle those books but Before we knew it November arrived with the Dramatic Clubs production She Stoops to Con quer Meanwhile our boys were doing their best on the football field Pep rallles aroused zeal in the team and led NLHS to its v1ctory in the Thanksgiving Day game 6' MQ ,, J C-organo C Brown Miss Carey P Weymouth 'Nl Wlcwell check C Tascas valuables ENTHUSIASNI SCHOOL SPIRIT As the year progressed senlors were feverlshly flllmg out appllcatlons to mstltutlons of hlgher learmng and were madly trylng to beat the colleges to the posslble questlons they could ask us at the personal lntervlews However there was always one we had mxssed By the mlddle of December basketball had begun and we hoped that we would really wow em' At the Chrlstmas As sembly the school cholr and the band presented thelr pro grams and left us Wllh the feelmg of good w1ll toward men Then vacatlon' Such wonderful plans and ambltlons were never qulte SOlld1fICd as the happy days flew by So many of us had hoped to study for College Board Entrance Examma tlons for Mud years et ad mfimtum After what seemed llke only a few days we came merrlly and eagerly fllttmg back anxlous to begm exams These llttle opportumty hours proved to be cruclal moments ln the hves of all concerned even the teachers Wlth the lssumg of re port cards we recelved wrltten proof of our ab1l1ty or shall we say our lack of It After exammatlons everythmg returned to normal Mr Malcolm G Greenaway advertlsed the student trxps to Mon treal Washlngton and Europe He hopes to take about slxteen students for a seven week tour through seven Eu ropean countrles On the five day Montreal trlp the group VISITS all the famous slghts of the old clty takes ln a bxt of France and terminates wlth the farewell banquet :sq ga. -frm.. ,MMI A LAST MINUTE CRAM BEFORE THE EXAM ,I Gross S Shurts and J Hoag S AMANTI DRIVES IN to slnk one for the scholarship fund I . I ,W K, i P J g I l . . Nr. I I ' a E X X . ' - 1 1 . . - VV . . - V ' 'I ' ' ' - Y' a ' 9 . ' 7 . . . . , 1 ' ' 7 , . ' I rf f", ., I 7 S ' . . - 9 I W, ,,,, - . . - if E . . . . . . . +. f: . - at 5 95 - ,. " K1 I . 7 . ,- ., . . . , . , DRAMATICS AND HOMEWORK were too much for C. Clarke. I COULDNVI' DO THAT, m'am, curse me," say G. Couillard to J. Wheeler. 7 If 2 ' 1 ? I . gf' Q . E Q.. , . THOSE DEAR OLD DAYS when jazz was king! .. . V -V , - .- ..:- W-W V 3,1-g - -" K ? 5 ? 3 T ' - 1 5 A f ffr'5 " f-.fgz, ' T Q ,M " . f if T x .. Q, 'lx THE PAUSE THAT REFRESHES at the Spring Formal. x X S. ELTRINGHAM, an alumnus of NLHS, discusses accomplishments of the sub Skate with J. Norman and J. 0'Neill. URTHY E IUR HU URED BY H0 UR UCIETIE Again our school spirit was evident as we supported the many school activities. In order to work well, we needed challenges as well as incentives. Both our classwork and our activities provided this push. Academically we had such goals as the National Honor Society which elected worthy seniors after the first semester grades were published. In the various fields of extracurricular activities available to stu- dents at New London High School, our aspirations cul- minated in membership in such societies as the National Quill and Scroll and our own Troup 1169 of the National Thespian Society. These are just a few of the honorary or- ganizations which contribute greatly to the school in talent, initiative, and school spirit. By February the Clipper staff was frantically working to meet its final deadline and send the book to press. Compass reporters were again lurking everywhere to find a story. Soon awards began to pour in for the seniors. The DAR award for good citizenship was presented to the deserving senior girl. Jacqueline Donnee was the recipient this year and as captain of the cheerleaders she has represented our class well. At a special assembly, the athletes received sports awards. With the scholarship tests, and college board coach classes, seniors are usually attacked by the disease known as "senioritis." However, the Valentine Dance gave all the young men an opportunity to swing their valentines to the melodious music and forget studies for that evening. if 5 ,f ,fc W mr' ,N J A n ' M f' i . mx f . V ' x f,' 'I .' fr All gf? pfpvr Ll, l"'w1.,1,L V Vw, iffw lllff , 1 Aal 9 f- .., y L A 'NIODERIN DANCE at the Varlety Show by S Sawickl P Ward APPLY UNC GREAQE paint on T Johnson for She Stoops To Con quer YA C. CUFF, 5. SAUNDERS pantomine a popular show tune. STUDENT EFFORTS RECEIVED With the arrival of spring came the spring concert, an attraction to young and old. The school band and orchestra favored the audience with their well-rehearsed selections. The stage crew, the electrical crew and the members of the costume committee spent many hours after school preparing the stage and costumes while the cast recited lines between classes, at lunch time and before going to bed, Soon the efforts of Mr. Robins, the actors and actresses, and the various backstage crews were rewarded in the presentation of the spring play. It was a success. About this time the French Club sponsored the Mardi Gras dance. A traditional grand march got everyone in a gay mood for the merry- making. Mr. Creenaway is packing again, this time for Washington, D.C. A STIRRINC cheer for the team. WELL IN SPRING CONCERTS Soon posters appeared in the halls advertising for latent talent for the annual Variety Show. After many rehearsals we felt we were ready to display our efforts to an audience. On those two nights in April we showed our families and friends what we were capable of doing in the entertainment field. Clubs began to make plans for picnics, parties, outings, and the superb banquets. For the past four years seniors had been waiting for this time when they would receive notices of their admissions to various colleges. With the college tension behind them they could relax and enjoy the forthcoming graduation activities. The past four years have gone by so fast that we could hardly believe that we were to graduate in just a few weeks. ,E ...4 f" , -1 ' C' SONN fAferH ECUPSE THE MOON PASSES THE SUN during the first quarter of the Variety Show. .x K- 4 J. BALDELLI, L. HANSEN, R. HANSEN, R. Bordner relax between dances at the Spring Formal. -v-you--.-. , 'B '--Q1-s . 2. .gtgly F,--fi, '. , J. ,. , , ,.'-.A ., 17"-1.956521-Fxjgg FACIITY NIICNIISEIIS. NIR. AND MRF. IACZINSKI and boys attend rnost all sports events at NLIIF. 'AS I ANI A CHRISTIAN. it's my wife and lummox of a son." 161 SUPERINTENDENT AND URS MURPHX chaperone the Chri tmas Dance C. CRIMES IS INITIATED into Baton WE All HAD A WONDERFUL TIME May brought the long-awaited dance, the Spring Formal. Every gentleman started to save his quarters and dimes for this big affair, while every'young lady spent hours trying on gowns at the many stores or at attempting her skill at the sewing machine in the Home Economics Department. As the gala affair ap- proached, the boys telephoned friends and the florists as well as their parents in obtaining information on the right kind of corsages to buy and the omnipresent questions of cars, curfews, and money. When the big day arrived, everyone had a marvelous time amidst the swirl of chiffon and the rustle of taffeta while dancing to the heavenly music of the swing band. By the end of the month so much was going on that no one was quite sure where he belonged. Meanwhile the Compass staff had been conscientiously pre- paring the final edition, dedicated to the seniors. This issue featured the Class Will with its many humorous anecdotes, the class prophecy, and Senior Superlatives. This issue of the Com- pass is often saved by seniors, who, in the years to come will look it over and reminisce on the good old days spent at our beloved New London High School. Club by A. Corchran. . 4 Q ...... gww, 1, .J 3,, , - S M 2, Tr t f- 3 w,'z 1' .. 1' ' ' 'A 'Ti 9 .at f -fills we ii . ,Af G f 1' A l I, T. MARTIN does a fast bop with J. Trafaconda. , I X GUMMENGEMENT seniors decorate and transform " ix i' .fo 1- E If MR. "MAC" comments on the Halloween Dance decorations R,-f X -Q' .' . X ' L 7 -a3'3', gf! . X x 4. ,MW-,f , 1 . ,Af-M X. lfl,lPPllR EDITOR-lNAClllEl" lilklili.-XR.-X lillfli l3l"l'fQllKA. an honor student. is a Qtu Wllflllflllllll 1- nut only ai tirft liuiiur htudent dent rmiiiril nieinlier and cu-Captain ul the liut .il-in a ineinlier of the Tlierpians. lmll tcuni. 164 l'lf'l'E HENTSUN is president of the Senior tllnff. Ile has played baeehall and football for 4 yeurf. l' 1 V, .. B. TUTHILL and his parents ask questions of a college representative. Months before the eventful night of ,lune 6, the senior dance com- mittee began its preparations for the Commencement Formal. It had been working frantically to finish plans for decorating the gym- nasium, designing the programs, and supplying the refreshments. Members gathered bamboo. Spanish moss, Japanese lanterns, and crepe paper and artfully produced the best decorations ever. Who will ever forget that night and the amazement we felt when we saw our spacious gymnasium transformed into faraway japan. ln an Oriental mood we celebrated till dawn making this a glorious night to remember. I 'V' vu xa- sr 11 Stew .H . l 1. A Y . l lg I 3 l 'lr-' ft tm V' 'WH IN PERFECT FORM, Jackie Donnee. is co-captain of the cheerleaders and a member of the National Honor Society. N 'Vw x X, ' 1 rf 'a If SQ ' v 'll1l.l .X I uf nj ASSOCIATE EDITOR of the Clipper, Jerry LINDA YACILLA has been business manager of LARRY 5lfl.I.lYAN is president of the Student Couillard is an Honor Thespian and a member of the Clipper for 2 years. A Thespian, she has par- Council on which he has served for 4 years. quill and scroll. ticipated in Dramatics. CUNHDENTLY WE LUUI' AHEAD At last the flnal week arrned for the semors And wlth lt came the long aw alted Cllpper Vi e spent many hours pormg oyer our plctures and ICIHIIIIQCIH oxer the good tlmes we hase had at New London H1 h qchool Between classes and durlng the lunch hour we sollc lted our frlends and teachers slgnatures for our yearhooks The Cllpper was one of the many and slgnlflcant ltems we were gomg to take wlth us It wlll help recall pleasant memorles of the people we haye met and the thrllllng although sometlmes qu1te challengmg ex perlences we have had durlng our four years at hlgh school Durlng the last few days of school students spent hours fittmg small heads to large caps and long gowns to flye footers ln the mxdst of all thls confuslon we trled to keep IH step to the strams of pomp and clrcumstance At the final assembly of the year senlors recened awards scholar shlps and recognltlon for four years of hard work Many of us can hardly behewe that we have reached thls important step ln our llves Wlth great solemnlty we llstened to the words of our valedlctorran and prepared to meet the future with hope and confidence Now we the class of 1959 sad to be leaung our frlends and our New London Hlgh School but eager wlth youthful antlclpatlon for college or work sllently marched towards the stage to recene our dlplomas 'ing 4v""" - + fl A TYPICAL SCENE m the busy day of Dean Flanagan umm M JW!! L,,f ZQNWM 4 l", E THE CLIPPER STAFF WORKS LATE INTO THE NIGHT to meet xts deadlme I , I gi -Sita I D , I' 2 . ' I 1 I e II I i I 1 I THE QYNIPOQIUM CLUB P Pucateri T Levy C Clarke ,I Stummer H Booth L Lllkflwikl W Dxckaon Nlr Harms la I mlnute Lheuk I67 I IS MY. LIPSTICK FNIlflJCEIJ'f Members of the stage make-up crew make THE FACULTY AND THEIR FAMILIES enjoy a good basketball game. wi 123, 'Elia 3 ' f' 4 A, ..,-, lk gfzffgl. . X , ,A ..,. av' n F , .Ma qw .vw 'WD- an 'M 3:5557 , . 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Busmess Dlrectory Llstlng APPLIANCES Center T V New London Shoppmg Center GI 3 0955 Home Electrlc Co 3 Thames St Groton HI 5 6951 N L Llghtlng Flxture Co 86 Bank St GI 3 4158 ulckservlce Electrical Supply Inc 124 Maln St GI 3 4426 Rose Auto Supply 128 Maln St GI 3 5093 Umted Electrical Supply Co Inc 13 Washlngton St GI 3 4318 ATTORNEYS Davld Glll Proctor 81 Pennsylvama Ave Nlantlc PE 9 7230 Gruskln 81 Gruskln 204 Garde Bldg GI 2 1621 BAKERIES Italran French Bakery 684 Bank Street GI 2 1072 Pennella s 119 Broad St GI 3 0835 BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES Ralph Strong s Motorcycles Old Norwlch Rd Quaker H111 GI 2 3613 Turner s Blcycle Shop 865 Bank St GI 3 2121 BOOKS 8: STATIONERY Sharaf Statlonery Co 162 State St GI 3 6787 CHIROPODIST Jeremrah T Shea 302 State St GI 2 4979 CLEANERS Barry s Cleaners and Shlrt Launderers Groton 81 New London Shopplng Centers GI 3 1300 or HI 5 0411 CLOTHING Granns 70 State St GI 3 2247 helens shop 93 State St GI 2 4456 H Marcus 81 Co 46 N Bank St GI 3 0471 N1ant1c Dress Shop 286 Maln St Nxantlc PE 9 8778 Rlchardson s Women s Apparel Groton 81 N L Shopplng Centers DENTISTS Dr Herman K Dolln 74 Pennsylvama Ave Nlantlc PE 9 7575 Joseph D G1tl1n 325 State St GI 3 5676 Howard J Hauss 33 Broad St GI 3 3321 Robert C Lonergan 302 State St GI 3 3218 Alan L McDonald 302 State St GI 3 6179 Albert Rook 159 State St GI 2 8296 C Stoner 325 State St GI 3 5298 C H TllJCI'll 195 Vauxhall St GI 3 9677 Roy D Werner 325 State St GI 2 4610 FLOOR 81 WALL COVERING Erlk B Slborg 394 Mam Street Nlantlc PE 9 5977 FLOWERS Campus Flower Shop 15 Sunset St GI 2 7707 GLASS Ruby Glass Co 632 Bank St GI 3 8329 GROCERS Callahan s Patent M6dlClHC Store cor Jefferson 81 Lmcoln Ave GI 2 2288 Clty Super Market 56 Maln St G1 2 4379 Del Monte Super Market 507 Ocean Ave G1 2 9892 HAIR STYLISTS Clark Beauty Parlor 17 Umon St GI 3 7458 Crocker House Barber Shop 182 State St GI 3 9827 Enes Beauty Parlor 50 State St GI 3 7545 Glamour Beauty Shoppe 190 Main St GI 3 7020 N L Academy of Halrdressmg 325 State St GI 3 3642 Rudolph s 10 Merldlan St GI 2 1710 Salem s Beauty Salon MacArthur s Dept Store State St GI 3 4050 HARDWARE GTUSRIH Hardware 607 619 Bank St GI 3 3023 Kaplan Hardware 81 Spomng Goods 45 Bank St GI 3 0487 Waterford Hardware Co 26 Boston Post Rd GI 2 6214 Wllson s Dept Store 266 Maln St PE 9 5521 MOVERS Rlccardo s Express 81 Warehouse 22 Moore Ave GI 2 4309 MUSIC Blshop Studlo 35 Marn St GI 3 4015 Caruso s Muslc Store 25 Maln St GI 2 9600 Cusatr School of MUSIC 62 George Ave Groton HI 5 2628 NEWSPAPERS 81 MAGAZINES Parade News 68 State St GI 3 1763 PHARMACISTS Carroll Cut Rate 152 State St GI 2 3619 Court Drug 12 Broad St GI 2 9458 Guasta s Pharmacy 52 Pennsylvanla Ave Nlantlc PE 9 5533 PHYSICIANS Stanton H Hlrsch D M D 53 Hope St Nlantlc PE 9 7665 Wllllam D Kramm M D Hope St Nlantlc PE 9 8813 Hllllard Spltz M D 183 Wllllam St GI 2 6463 REAL ESTATE 81 INSURANCE Harrls Agency cor Unlon 81 Methodlst St GI 3 1854 Wllllam H Haskell 403 Wllllam St GI 3 3192 Graham S Hedden Agency 89 Boston Post Rd GI 2 1592 SALES 81 SERVICE C T H Del s Esso Statlon 83 Huntlngton St GI 3 9761 Joe s CIIICS SCTVICC 20 Boston Post Rd GI 2 1361 Wllallng Clty Ford 404 Maln St GI 3 8401 SHOE 81 SHOE REPAIRS MHCIOHC Shoe Store 93 Broad St GI 3 9327 N Y Shoe Repalr 188 Maln St GI 3 9043 SODA SHOP Boston Candy Kitchen 190 State St GI 3 8296 Caprtol Candy Kltchen 83 Broad St GI 3 9911 Nutmeg Grlll 84 Bank St GI 3 9355 Purltan Restaurant 235 State St GI 3 9145 WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS N E Clgar 81 Tobacco Co 447 Bank St GI 2 9488 O I O I 0 -, , ' , ., ' -9 -9 9 ' 9 '9 ' ' ' -9 -9 ' 9 - -9 ' Q 9 -9 -9 9 -9 ' ' 9 9 9 -9 9 -9 ' ' . . . , . . -9 -9 9 '9 ' 9 9 'S - 9 ' 9 s, ' 9 99 9 . , . .7 . 9 -9 ' 9 -9 9 9 ' -9 -9 9 9 -9 ' ' . , . . , 1, ' , . 9 -9 . . , 9 ' 9 -9 , . i ., . . 99 -9 ' 9 -9 ' , . . 9 -9 ' - 9 -9 ' 9 -9 9 9 - E 9 9 ' 9 -9 ' 9 -9 ' 9 -9 ' , 7 ', . , -7 - . . , ., . ., . ., ' 9 ' , ., , - u 5 0 - 9 9 , . 0 . , . . ., ., , . . . . . . , . ., ., , ' - 9 -9 . . . . . 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STORAGE INC 563 COLMAN STREET NEW LONDON CONN Telephone Glbson 3 4252 THOMAS L NEILAN 8. SONS INC Funeral Home I2 OCEAN AVENUE New London Connechcuf Edward P Nenlan HubertA Neulan VICTORIA SHOPPE 243 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CONN Tel GI 2 3542 Modern Corseiry Fine Lmgerle 4-54624. FRABIE GALL B RY nor sms meet New Louoou, com. Guam z-us: 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4016f6N0'1' 1-02' 6101201202 0-C016'40"0"0Y f0Y10'f '05 Casual Sportswear Sfaff of Expert Corseheres CUSTOM FRAMIN RESTORATION FINE ARTS 8- PRINTS MAPS 6 CHARTS EXPERTLY MOUNTED WEDDING TRAYS NEW LONDON 8 .-....-g 0 Vacohons ,2 planned by on oxpori Cos' no More D0 UV'-4' 1- v lley S s xv ld buf gf Ydullh 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 MOHEGAN DAIRIES Phone Glbson 3 2027 75 JEFFERSON AVENUE NEW LONDON CONN ap an s rave ureau 173 STAT! ST NEW LONDON GI JSJIJ 65 IROADWAV NOIWICN TU794l6 ' 40' 4-7151? fi ln' 0 X xg ' ' T 15.50 ' -+- . 2 Q, , . Q! L 1 Eiga I . U' gig: ' ,' , ' EE.: gig? ' 5:3 ' 9, . . . . . . . . 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DYEING CO 6 MONTAUK AVE NEW LONDON CONN Four Beg Fruendly Super Markets to Serve YOU BEIT BROS SUPER MARKETS Wuth Convemently Located Stores at Corner of MAIN 81 MASONIC Streets 821 BANK STREET NEW LONDON 213 THAMES STREET GROTON 252 MAIN STREET NORWICH Bendix Hotpoint Appliances Emerson T NEW LONDON FURNITURE STORE 136 140 BANK STREET Telephone Glbson 3 7471 V Comphments of your THE PIZZA HOUSE Don t Settle for Less Get the Best Eat Pizza House Pres Call us When You Leave Ready When You Arrnve E 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 20102102-0'02s01'010'01'0Y 1-0vf0f 2 5 2 2 5 9 2 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 We A 8. P Manager and Clerks 86 TRUMAN STREET NEW LONDON CONN L QUINTILIANI Tailors 8. Clothlers Tuxedoes to Rent 204 BANK STREET NEW LONDON CONN Tel Glbson 3 7371 7' -405 40' 402 -'0"'0P0'0" 155252 40' 47' fax O O E6 Ol . E I I ' Q 7 U1 . E ' 'TI n n ' ' I " . - - I Q I . as l I . gp ' I - ' C -n : T C ' ' . 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NEILAN Jewelers and SIlversmIfhs I I I I E I S E 5 E 6 3 9 I Archlfecfs Engmeers Watches Dlamonds SIlverware GIf'Is SOCIUI EngravIng 231 STATE STREET 296 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CONN N L C Opp Mohegan Hotel Tel Glbson 2 5650 185 0X0'10N0K0"40N0K0N0P'-0f401L02L02'-01102L02'0" 0'f0K0N0N0101l0'K010N0f0401'0'+f0"-02'0N01'-0N0"-6X REDDEN and RYAN AGENCY THE NIANTIC LUMBER CO 309 sTAre smeer NEW LONDON CONN Ge,,e,a,,n,U,a,,cE, NIANTIC CONNECTICUT THE STYLE SHOP 128 sTATe smeer we Known for qualify and sfyle wrlhouf exfravagance 1010247 Dlshnchve Ready fo Wear Phone Glbson 21148 NEW LONDON CONN 2 2 2 2 5 2 9 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 9 2 THOMAS F DORSEY JACKS PLACE Real Esfafe 8. Insurance T 5, STATE STREET 825 MONTAUK AVENUE NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON CONN Telephone Glbson 2 8567 GATES 8' BECKWITH ESPOSITO INSURANCE AGENCY Retallers In PAINT HARDWARE WALL PAPER 461 BANK STREET Pamhng and Decorahng Contractors NEW LONDON CONN 51 CHURCH STREET NEW LONDON CONN 186 5 S 5 1 - 6 f S 5 5 9 m 5 ff 2 . E 50 STATE STREET S T 5 5 1 - , , ' 2 ' . . 5 . f '. T 2 , , . . 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 9 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 5 2 2 2 2 2 2 Records High Fidelity ARTHUR H. SHURTS AND SONS Real Esiafe, Insurance G W 1, z X U1 -I Z1 IT1 l'1'I -I --I 1 Q 'P 'L' Z Nl I'T1 N' 2 I"' o z U O Z O O z Z Q 3 Q. me 'U 'O W 9. In 1 UI fa- '0'1'0N0 '01 01-010010110 fl!-01105 A-0' '-010120 201 0'f'0'1'01 0'402L0f01L01L01' 46 MERIDIAN STREET 5 EAST MAIN STREET MYSTIC, CONN. NEW LONDON CONN Tel JE 67268 MANUFACTURERS OF PAPSR. SINCG l850 FOLDING BOXES SINCE 1895 ROBERTSON PAPER BOX OMPAN CORPORATE MONTVILLC CONNECTICUT '02 '0101'01'0f NSW YORK BOSTON f-0" f-0' '05 '01 ' 3 'U 'L I fc' cn : 2. . D n 3 . fn 2- 3 - 0 ' 2. ' .tl Q Q 1 I 0 . 3 I' 2 -4 'z I us n . ' I ' P cv W I" . ,rn Z . 'UU 9, . ,,.. . ,. .. 40" 2.0-2 I A Z O 5 P C PR If 4 'Tl Z C ITT 0 N01 Shoes For The Entire Family In Time of Need 40101 5 2 5 2 2 9 2 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 3 Phone Glbson 3 3600 28 32 BANK STREET A J Impellntterl Llsc Embalmer NEW LONDON CONN and Funeral Director 187 01'-01 10N040N0N0f10'N0N0K0'H 05'0K0's0N0-402'0"-0's0N0f61'-0'f0's020N?s7'-01'01s0X HOPKINS and LOVE Insurance 81 Real Esfafe 42 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE NIANTIC CONNECTICUT Tel Pe 9 7474 Buy at B R A T E R S ocEAN AVENUE GREENHOUSES Luggage Chma Jewelry Glassware FLOWERS TELEGRAPHED ANYWHERE 253 STATE STREET NEW LoNDoN coNN F'0Weff0fD'S"f'd'0f' Glffs 369 OCEAN AVE New London fRear of Lawrence Memorual Hospstall DRBCOLLS TEXACO ROBERTS ELECTRIC sl-lop HI FI TV RECORDS 5 90 BANK STREET BANK and TILLEY STREETS NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON CONN THE DARROW 8. COMSTOCK CO Marme Hardware 8. 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CONNECTICUT CIRCLE The Magazine of the Conshfuhon Sfafe HISTOTICGI Factual FICTIOFIGI Offices 320 STATE STREET Tel Gibson 3 5543 pm... flame beauiqizl F ne rufmshmgs mrenof oecomnon 81 PEQUOT AVENUE NEW LONDON CONN Glbson 2 5321 BENOIT S Fme Men s Apparel 174 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CONN I E I E Z I E I E I 3 2-0' -02202201 0202401 0' 20"-02' 171717 rg - -:awww 3 I N N I I Q ' 5 . ' f' , '- . 3 I. i I9 ' t I Q ' - I I, . . n 3 5 I A 5 Q . 5 Q -. 2 I I I Q A 6 3 I I L ' i S 3 S, , I . , ., I 6 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4,3 '0201 024-01' s? B U R R S 7kaJrf7iapoltWae 3' :L ' i Q ' X -I 5 ' . A HI n mn 'T ow II: . N is " "' ' ' I' I' ' I I ' I l ' . 5 . I :gl 1' llll-I' Q n 3 .I lllllll I, l 1 vnln I 1 a . 1 1051 r New London s Favorite Furmture 8. Bedding Store 224 PEQUOT AVENUE "0" 29 CHURCH STREET NEW LONDON CONN '02 04 0 205 li 20105101101 0v'0v'0'20f0N0f01'0'N0' NEW LONDON CONN Free Parkmg THE BASKET SHOP CONNECTICUT APPLIANCE co For Unusual Gifts Baskets Jewelry Pottery Appliances 108 MAIN STREET 'I3 UNION STREET NEW LONDON CONN NEW LONDON CONN ff?-0101 2-010N0N0f GUYS OIL SERVICE STATION INC GUY L GADA Pres STAQLQQRQS 2-04 Gasoline Range and Fuel Orls Automobile Accessories "-my wt' 40' R05 New London s Largest Camera Department e PE 9 8700 WeS1Ma'n Street NIANTIC, CONN 10210-'0'N0' 0'w'0'f.0f 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 3 3 9 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 X91 '-02 Right Jlu.'s DINER off the ice 7 THAMES STREET GROTON, CONN Phone HI 59891 20' KOPEN 24 HOURS DAILYJ "Home of the Frrendly People" 190 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 9 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 43 20101012012 MALLOVE s vm ,O y,,,,,C,CSR,ngS WATERFORD me coMPANY Also a Complete Selechon of 20' Popular and Cl ss cal Reco ds 38 BOSTON POST ROAD 201' 20'10'20120'v' 2010120 201 0120120 0 2012720127201 74 STATE STREET NEW LONDON CONN Pho e Glbson 2 4391 Save ln a Savings Bank The Orlgmal Home for Savings Our 'l281h Year 63 MAIN STREET NEW LONDON CONN N J GORRA 8. 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