Newtown High School - Bugle Yearbook (Newtown, CT)

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a 2 1 Q 5 E 1 i i 5 e I . 1 i Z u 5 I E 5 1 4 S . E F I E i I i a c i 4 E S 1 5 5 S 5 2 E I s S 5 1 5 i . I H a 2 x . I i n 5 e i ! 5 r H . . u f ! a ! 5 i E 5 l 1 ' fx ' . 1 .flHug14x.gSe.bmi'n.."':H51:"Ns+, mae." . ' , , The fi Bugle 359435 Published by the Senior Cllalss HAWLJEY SCHOOL NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT Dedieatedl to Our Men in Serviee 224 The class of l945 is honored to dedicate this yearbook to our friends and classmates of Hawley'School who have gone into the service of our country. We students at home are deeply appreciative of the sacrifices that these boys and girls are offering in the present fight for the principles of democracy in which we all, as Americans, have placed our trust. We give this edition of l'The Bugle" to them in gratitude and in the hope that somewhere, someday-they, upon read- ing it, will be refreshed with endearing memories of Hawley School. ln Memoriam Private First Class Archie Lawrence Platoon Sergeant Charles Dean of the United States Infantry, Perry of the United States Marine killed in action in northern Italy Corps, killed in action in the in October, 1944. South Pacific in September, 1944. 2 Allen, Albert Allen, Robert Andrews, Richard W. Arnold, Henry Bassett, Harold Bedat, Albert Berglund, Harold Berls, Carl Bizak, John Blake, William Boyle, Charles Bresson, Francis Brier, David Brier, Isadore Brier, Samuel Brown, Durward Brown, Elliot Brown, Gordon Burr, Howard Burr, Raymond Campbell, James Carlson, Dwight Carmody, Barton Carmody, Winfred Casey, Kenneth Casey, Warren Cassidy, David Cassidy, John Cavanaugh, James Cavanaugh, Thomas Clark, George, Jr. Cole, Frederick Cole, Kenneth Cole, William Crouch, J. Lindon Cummings, Vincent Danuszar, John Danuszar, Joseph Dayton, Warren Deraps, Leon Deraps, William Dinkler, Russell DiVesta, James DiVesta, Richard Duda, Edward Duda, Francis Duda, George Eaton, Dwight Eaton Natalie Egan, Robert Ehle, Ernest Epstein, Isidore Erb, George Fairchild, Robert Frank, William' Gannon, Robert Garcia, Thomas Gomberg, Herbert Goosman, Bernard Goosman, Jerome Gratto, Barbara CSch HONOR RGLL Harasymczuk, Henry Harasymczuk, John Heider, John Heider, Julius Hoitko, Michael Holian, Thomas Honan, William, Jr. Hubbell, Francis Hue, Harold Hunnicutt, Elzie Hvatt. John Jertson, Clifford Johnson, Clifford Johnston, Ralph Johnston, William, Jr. Kaechele, Frederick Karcheski, William Kayfus, Robert Kearns, William Keating, Everett Keating, John Keating, Ralph Kelley, Robert X Kennedy, Robert Kirtle, Norman Knapp, Albert Kovacs, George Krawiecki, Edward C. Krohn, Carl H. Kuhne, Albert Kuhne, Ernest Lane, Donald Lane, Richard C. Lane, Richard E. Lane, Stuart Lasch, John Lawrence, Archie 4' Leibold, John, Jr. Leibold, Robert Lewis, Leon Lewis, William Lockwood, Haroldfl' Lockwood, Robert Lockwood, Willis Loveland, Ralph Lovell, Louie E. Lupi, Andrew fFacultyJ Maye, Andre 4' Maye, Jacques Mayer, George N. Mayer, Robert McCarthy, Henry McCarthy, Joseph McGinley, John McLarren, Leroy McMahon, John atthew Mihalek, M ,Miles, John F., Jr. Mitchell, Lincoln Morgan, Harold ool Nursej Naramore, Clarence Hampton, Edward, Jr. I Neinstadt. Clayton Hanlon, Joseph Nezvesky, Louis Hanlon, Richard Hanlon, William 4: Nezvesky, Samuel Nichols, Albert Harasymczuk, Frederick Nichols. Gordon "' Killed in action 3 Northrop, Cora Oberstadt, Ernest Oberstadt, Erwin Oberstadt, Frank Ottoshavetts, William Peck, Raymond Peck, Robert Peck, Wesley Perry, Charles Dean 1' Perry, Hiram Perry, Richard Person, Eric Person, Roland Pulchak, Andrew Rasmussen, Carl B. Reardon, Timothy, Jr. Reed, Charles A. CFacultyJ Reiner, Robert Richards, Walter Rockwell, Benjamin Rockwell, Jesse Rockwell, William Rudolph, Charles Ryan, William Scanlon, James Sedor, Michael Seman, William Shepard, Leonard Shepard, William Shove, Donald Shove, Rollin Slocum, William Smith, Franklin Smith, Horace, Jr. Smith, Robert Smith, Samuel Southwick, Edward Stessell, George Stickles, Donald Terrill, William Thrall, Arthur Tilson, Charles Tilson, Roswell Ust, Charles Van Horn, Johni Verrell, Frederick, Jr. Vining, Arthur, Jr. Walker, Donald Warner, Hawley Waterbury, Everett Watkins. Waychow Elwood ski, Leonard White, Francis Whittle, Donald Wilcox, James Wilcox, Meade Wildman, Wildman, Wildman, Clarence Donald Edward Wiser, Joseph, Jr. Woichow ski, John Wood, Robert Woodin, Woodin, Woodin, Woodin, Alvin, Jr. Eugene Harold Robert First Row, Left to Right: Mr. Gaflncy. Miss Barry, Mrs, Goodsell, Mr. LeGrow, Miss lngraham, Miss Krakow, Mr. Stanley. Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Los, Miss Kroha, Miss Woodward. Miss Dandeneau, Miss Anderson, Mr. DeGroat. Faculty Principal ,. . .. Mr. Carl A. LeGrow, B.S., M.A. Mathematics . , ,. , . .. .. Mrs. Frances S. Goodsell, B.A. English. . ,.... ,, ,..,. ., Miss Catherine M. Kroha, B.S., M.A. Social Sciences ,. , .. ,. .. ,...Miss Helene Woodward, B.A. Foreign Languages ,. ,,,, .... , Miss Mary L. Barry, B.A., M.A. Biology and General Science, M ,. . ,. ,. Miss Louise A. Greene, BE. Physics and Chemistry .. ,. ...,, A ..,.. ,Mr. Walter Los, B.A., M.A. Physical Education ..... .. .. ,Miss Ann M. Anderson, B.A. Physical Education . ,. , Mr. Harold S. DeGroat, B.P.E. Agriculture.. ,.., . ..,.,,. .,.. , .,,. Mr. Vincent P. Gaffney, B.S. Home Economics.. .. ...Miss Ruth M. Ingraham, B.E. Seventh Grades... ,..,.., Miss Mary C. Dandeneau, B.S. Seventh Grade . ,. .. .... ,. ,. Miss Evelyn Krakow, B.E. Secretary ........ .. ,. ..., ........., . Mrs. Charles A. Peale 4 ALMA MATER u 5 Memories still shall linger with thee- Alma Mater, Newtown High." Ada Blakeman Year Book Staff EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ,,,, ,,,,,, , H.. , WH., ,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,, Barbara Sniffcn ASSISTANT EDITOR ,,,,,a . ,,,,,, , ,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,. H , ,,,Grete Hansen BUSINESS CO-MANAGE RS Miriam Rasmussen Alden Haight ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS Eileen Dyer Stephen Kovacs Ruth Pully Roland Geiger Raymond Person ART EDITOR Barbara Sniffen ASSISTANT ART EDITORS Alden Haight Josephine Retz PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Elizabeth Hacfele ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS Margaret Beardsley Lucy Crouch SPORTS EDITORS Elizabeth Haefele Raymond Person FACULTY ADVISERS Miss Mary L. Barry Miss Catherine M, Kroha 6 any 2 3 z in vi' 4 1 l fl i or Class i Sen MARGARET ROSE BEARDSLEY A'Peggy" A'Peachie" 'II am that merry wanderer of the night" Our melodious canary . . . lustrous crest . . . -gflainty . radiant . . . slender . . . small . . . lively . . . gay. Achievements Glee Club-1, Z, 3, 4 Prom Committee---3 Secretary, Personal Culture Club--A1 ROMI' Committeegfi Secretary, Class-l, 3, 4 President, Assembly Committee-4 Secretary, Glee Club-2 President, Glee Club--4 Treasurer, Assembly Committee- 3 Photography Committee, Yearbook-4 UA A'Maggie" is our class . . . dependent . generous-hearted. Achievements Nursing Clubfl LUCY CAROLINE CROUCH HLHCYH "A willing hand and a loyal heart" Lucy is our little lamb . . . gentle . . . kind , . . affectionate . . . meek . . . faithful . . . a good friend. Achievements Nursing Club-1 ROMP Committee-3 Secretary, Nursing Club-2 Assistant Photography Editor, Yearbook-4 8 MARGARET MARY CARTY A'Mag" "Maggie" dillar, a dollar A ten o'clock scholar" turtle . . . tardy . . . solid . . . awkward . . quick-tempered . . . sunny in disposition . . . Personal Culture Club-2 EILEEN ANN DYER MDW., "A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance" Our Hitting butterfly . . . colorful . . . gay . . . feminine . . quite easily captured . . . playful . . . slender . . . roving. Achievements Glee Clubil Girls, Basketball Manager-3 Personal Culture Club-1 Assistant Business Manager, Yearbook-4 HERMAN ROLAND GEIGER, JR. "Champs" "I agree with no man's opinions: I have some of my own." Our blunt Polar Bear . . . slow moving but confident . . . defensive . . . constructively curious . . . bulky . . . obscure in habits. Achievements Mechanical Drawing Club-1 Prom Committee-3 Morris Essay-I Assistant Editor "Hawley Hi and Lo"f3 Secretary, Mechanical Drawing Club-2 RUMP Committee-3 Baseball-3 President, Class-4 Basketball-3, 4 Assistant Business Manager, Yearbook-4 Boys' Basketball Manager-3 Student Council Committee-4 ELIZABETH HAEFELE "Bettie" 'ABetsy" "So thus to sit and chitter chatter Is the fashion o' the day." Our sociable bumblebee . . . vigorous . . .observing . . . per- petually buzzing . . . gregarious . . . companionable . . enterprising. Achievements Secretary, Glee Club---1 "She Was Only a Farmer's Daughter"-3 Vice-President, Personal Culture Club-1 Photography Editor, Yearbook--4 President, Glee Club-Z Sports Editor, Yearbook-4 Secretary, Class- 2 Treasurer, Class-4 Sports Editor, "Hawley Hi and 1.0"--W3 Basketball--l, 2, 3, 4 ROMI' Committecff3 "Hawley Highlights"--4 Softballn 3 Secretary-Treasurer, A.A.-4 Prom Committee-3 Student Council Committee-3, 4 9 ALDEN L. HAIGHT HAI.. "A girl is just a girl But a pipe is a companion." Our spirited stallion . . . popular among girls . . . staunch in his convictions . . . gallant when the need arises . . . positive in his desires, Achievements Ridgefield lligh School Junior Class l'lay-- 3 Vice-President, ClassA1, 2 Hawley High School Art Club-1 Baseball Manager-4 Orchestra --1 Footballw -4 Student Councilll FFA--4 Glee Club--el, 2 Business Manager, Yearbook'--4 Football+2 GRETE ELLEN HANSEN 'iGrey" "Wherever she sat was at the head of the table." Our busy beaver . . . versatile . . . competent . . . industrious . . . determined . . . genial . . . idealistic . . . champion of aquatic sports. Achievements Business Mgr., Newspaper Club---1 Assistant Editor, "Hawley Hi and Lo"-3 tiles Club 1 Student Council Committeef3, 4 Assembly Committee-1 Vice-President, Class!-4 President, Class -'S Assistant Editor, Yearbook-4 President, iilee Clulr--3 Vice-President. A.A,4-1 RUMI' Chairman- --5 Secretary, Glee Club-V4 Prom Committee---3 Cheerleader44 MARY ANN ELIZABETH HARASYMCZUK ..Mary,, "One man's courage makes a majority." Mary is our self-reliant brown bear . . . calm till aroused . . . courageous . . . keen-minded . . . stubborn . . . wary . . . faithful. 10 m" WANDA VERONICA KRAWIECKI "Wanda" "There is no wisdom like franknessf' Wanda is our class bunny . . . alert . . . quiet . , . fluffy , . hopping from one thing to another. Achievements ROMP Committee-3 Prom Committee-3 STEPHEN PAUL KOVACS "Stevie" "Steve" "Silence is his mother tongue." Steve is our class shepherd dog . . . intelligent . . . dignified . . . gentle . . . loyal . . . vigilant . . . taciturn but attentive. Achievements Aviation Club--I Assistant Business Manager Yearbook--4 Glee Club-Q4 l IVY CAROLINE LATTIN "Ive' ' "Ever restless, never motionless." "Ive" is like an antelope . . . content . . . tall . . . graceful . . musical . . . placid . . . keen . . . generous. Achievements ROMI' Committeehfi GIGS Club-4 Prom Committee-3 FFA-4 11 MINNIE NEZVESKY ..Minya., "Eat,'drink, and be merry for tomorrow we may die." Minnie is our chattering chimpanzee . . . good at defense when angered . . . a tease . . . playful , . . occasionally startling in outburst. Achievements News Club--1 Baseball---3 Basketball-2, 3 ROMP Music Chairman 3 RAYMOND G, PERSON ..Ray., "Restless as a windshield wiper," Our meandering Kola Bear . . . heavily set . . . strong limbed . . apparently clumsy but exceedingly quick . . . nocturnally active . . . unique. Achievements Mechanical Drawing Club-1 Prom Committee-3 Photography Club-2 Assistant Business Manager, Yearbook-4 Assistant Boys' Basketball ManagerY3 Basketball-4 RUTH ELIZABETH PULLY "Ruth" "Ruthie" "Knowledge is power." Ruth is our "wise old owl" . . . solemn . . . small . . . easily flustered , . . industrious . . . friendly . . . persistent. Achievements Rodger Ludlowe High School Hawley High School Pan American-1 Glee Club---3 Dl'3m3fiCS71 Prom Committee --3 Assistant Business Manager, Yearbook-4 12 "Hawley Highligl1ts"f3 Prom Committee--3 JOSEPHINE MAE RETZ ...ION "A big heart and a warm smile." "Jo' is the friendly kitten . . . demure . . . a good sport . . . pleasant to look at . . . a wonderful companion and a loyal friend. Achievements Nursing Club-l ROMP Committee-3 Personal Culture Club-2 Assistant Art Editor, Yearbook-4 active . . . artistically clever. Achievements Verona High School Secretary-Treasurer, Class-1 i Student Court-1 Dramatic Clubil Hawley High School Glee Club-2, 3 Morris Essay-2 "Hawley Highlightsi'-3 ., 13 Editor, "Hawley Hi and Lo"-3 MIRIAM SEELEY RASMUSSEN "Mims" "Steady as the foundation of life itself." Mims is our most valuable giraffe . . . tall . . . slender . . . exceedingly keen of hearing . . . fleet-footed in the field . . . calm . . . friendly. Achievements Personal Culture Club---1 Softball--3 Treasurer, ClassA2, 3 Baskethallvl, 2, 3 "Hawley Hi and Lo"-3 Business Manager, Yearbook-4 ROM 1' Chairman-4 BARBARA KIERNAN SNIFFEN "Barb" "Snii'fy" "To know her well is to like her better." The mischievous squirrel . . . gayly chattering . . . untiring in effort . . . adaptable . . . vivacious . "She VVas . resolute . . . ceaselessly ROMP Committee-3 Secretary-Treasurer, A.A.-3 Prom Chairman-3 Student Council Committee-3 Only a Farmer's Daughter"-3 Editor, Yearbook--4 Art Editor, Yearbook-4 Basketball-4 CLIFFORD CLARKE WALKER "Cliff " ' "All great men are dead: and I'm not feeling well." "Cliff" is the class kangaroo . . . a hustler . . . brisk . . exceedingly sensitive to cold . . . potentially energetic. Achievements Aviation Club-l ROM? Committee-3 VIRGINIA IRENE MARY WISER "Virgie" "Ginny" "She is a woman of many moods." "Virgie's" our loyal cocker spaniel . . . moody . . . slight in build . . . gracious . . . nimble . . . peerless in sports. Achievements Glee Club-1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball--2, 35 4 Dramatic Club-1 Secretary, ROMP-3 Vice-President, Glee Club-1, 4 Prom Committeeffs Cheerleader-1, 2, 3 Softball'-3 Assistant Girls' Manager, Basketball--1 President, A.A.'4 Assembly Committee-1, 2, 4 . . . we will never forget: Margaret Beardsley for her voice: her Love Q1 ID : and her laughter. Margaret Carty for her tardiness: her Irish: and her complaints. Lucy Crouch for her shyness: her steadfastness: and her "fellow". Eileen Dyer for her flirtations: her friends: and her job. Roland Geiger for his height: his mechanics: and his Elizabeth Haefele for her fun: her backetball: and her wit. Alden Haight for his clarinet: his courtings: and his sarcasm. Grete Hansen for her talk: 'her sailors: and her thinking. Mary Ann Harasymzcuk for her mathematics: her temper: and her remarks. Stephen Kovacs for his taciturnity: his smile: and his glasses. Wanda Krawiecki for her caustic remarks: her giggle: and her imagination. Ivy Lattin for her "Aggie": her square dancing: and her grin. Minie Nezvesky for her mischief: her jokes: ,and her adventure. Raymond Person for his "I Won't": his dancing: and his neckties. Ruth Pully for her perseverance: her memory: and her marks. Miriam Rasmussen for her honesty: her treasury: and her poetry. Josephine Retz for her quietness: her sparkle: and her neatness. Barbara Sniffen for her yearbook: her romances: and her drawing. Clifford Walker for his sweaters: his good humor: and his ambition. Virginia Wiser for her moods: her marines: and her knitting. CLASS HISTORY In September of that momentous year 1941, forty members of the Freshman class "invaded" Newtown High School. The worthy David Cassidy presided over the few but construc- tive Uj meetings with the able support of Harvey Rassmussen, vice-president: Margaret Beardsley, secretary: and Carol Hill, treasurer. The basketball season rolled around and the Freshmen were well represented by four girls and one boy on the varsity teams. Could this have been the reason the teams won so few games? We were the first Freshmen to have the honor of attending the annual Junior-Senior reception and we certainly made the most of it -diligently studying Emily Post for weeks in advance. Standing at the helm of a now stable ship during our Sophomore year was Mac Page, ably assisted by Ruth Butensky as vice-presi- dentg Elizabeth Haefele as secretary: and Miriam Rasmussen as treasurer. Before long we were on one of our most successful ven- tures, the hilarously enjoyable "Sadie Hawkins" dance. This was definitely one of the most original dances ever given by any one class and we felt quite elated-doubly so when we gazed upon our bountiful profits. With the departure of David Cassidy for service in the Navy the presidency of the Junior class was taken over by Grete Hansen, the vice- president. We started off by choosing our class rings early in the term, but because of the war- time production lag we did not reecive the rings until May. The enterprising sociology class- Juniors again-founded, in the year 1944, the ROMP. The organization proved very success- ful and helped to enliven many Friday nights which would otherwise have been dull. Later that fall Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors produced "She Was Only a Farmer's Daughter," an old-fashioned melodrama, in competition with several other schools at Dan- bury State Teacher's College. As a carry-over from the Rotary Club de- bate in our Sophomore year the Junior and Senior classes debated in assembly on the topic "Should High School Students Take Exams". The negative side won. CWe're still taking them, thoughlj A lull in literary accomplish- ments for the years spurred our class on to publish the first series of the "Hawley Hi and Lo". Contributors spent long hours planning the contents of the paper - sports, language, science, literature -- only to find in the end that it was our clever column "Meow" that received the most attention. Cand com- ment?j Early in the spring of '44 the Juniors added to their well-earned title of "ambitious Jun- iors" when they organized a food sale to be held at one of the town's auctions. This little project greatly increased our financial promi- nence and gave "the-powers-that-be" more confidence in our brain-storms. The usual anxiety over the Junior Prom aroused an early interest in planning for this eventful occasion. Despite the fact that an acute male shortage brought forth untold escort problems and that war needs created several complications, our class produced what was termed as "one of the most successful of Junior Proms". Cn the last day of school our somewhat dwindled class said goodbye to a prosperous Junior year and with great anticipation looked to our "Senior- ity". With exceeding "dignity of bearing" we strode through Hawley's doors the following September. After eleven long years of feverish studying to keep our heads dry while wading through the river of knowledge we found our- selves practically within reach of the other shore. That is, the nineteen of us who were left to carry on. Seniors at last! After electing Roland Geiger as president and Barbara Sniffen as editor of the traditional yearbook, the work began to unfold itself. At the same time the class, ex- pressing a keen desire to produce a senior play, appointed committees to read and select a play. Deciding to produce the three-act comedy "He Couldn't Marry Five", we chose a cast of eight senior girls and two junior boys and we are now in the midst of the production, which we hope will be ready in April. Our four years of high school will be re- membered by us not as the most care-free years of our lives but as a period saddened immeasur- ably by the most devastating war in history. And as those of us who are left leave the doors of Hawley High we will continue to hope for our own success and for the safe return of our members in the service. Peggy Beardsley .......... Margaret Carty ...A.,..... Lucy Crouch ,...,....,... Eileen Dyer ....,...... Roland Geiger ...,...... Bettie Haefele ......,.,,. Senior Theme Songs Boy" a Smile Be Your Umbrella" Jive" ...,4..."They're Either Too Young or Too Old" Are Such Things" ....,......"The Girl I Left behind Me" Alden Haight ...,..........., .....,..i, ' The Young Man with a Horn" Grete Hansen ...............,.,,.. .,.,...........,..,.,.... ' ACalm as the Night"??? Mary Harasymczuk ....,...., Stephen Kovacs ................ ......,W.. ' 'The Woodchopper's Song Wanda Krawiecki .i... Ivy Lattin ..............,.. Minnie Nezvesky ..,..,.,.... ...,.i..,....... ' 'Flight of the Bumble Bee Raymond Person ..,..,, Ruth Pully ....i.i..,.,,. ,i.n... Miriam Rasmussenm. Josephine Retz ,..........., Barbara Sniffen. .,...,... . Clifford Walker .,...... Virginia Wiser .,........,. Miss Anderson ............ Miss Barry .....,.4,........ Mr. DeGroat ............ Mrs. Goodsell .......... Miss Greene, ..,...... . Miss Kroha .....,...,. Mr. LeGrow .....,..,.... Mr. Los ...................,.., Miss Woodward i,...,.., Glee Club ....,.....,,.,.... I . Report Cards ..,...,..... Passing .....,..,.........,.. Exams ............. Flunking .i.......,.. 3 :OO .....,........... Vacations i,,......,. Graduation .........,.. Lab Period .,.........,. Room 8 .........,.....,.. Study Hall ,..............,..,.. School Orchestra ,..,.... ..,.,r.,.................."Going to Dance with the Dolly .,....,.."Don't Sweetheart Me If You Don't Mean It Makes Perfect ....r.,......."Stormy Weather" yr ' ' yr M......,..,.r.....''Swinging on a Star "Clementine" H n 4 rr 'My Beloved Is Rugged H u 01 I Came Here to Talk for Joe "Daddy" Mother Told Me There'd Be Moments Like This" Marine's Hymn" What a Beautiful Morning" ,...,..4.."Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are" the Mood" ....,......,.."Heaven Can Wait" and Lovely" ,....,,,."I've Heard That Song Before" I Hear a Voice" Old Black Magic" ,...r.,..'iHow Many Hearts Have You Broken" There Be Music" ..,,....,"Coming in on a Wing,and a Prayer" Yogur Lucky Stars" ...,....."Great News Is in the Making" No, No" r........,.f'Isn't It Heavenly" .......,.."How Sweet You Are" ,,....."And So It Ended" ................."Hold Tight" .,...,..."Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition" H Peggy Beardsley and Ruth Pully 16 Class Will and Testament p We, the class of 1945 of the Hawley High School of the town of New- town, county of Fairiield, and state of Connecticut: being of sound mind, memory, and understanding, do make and publish this our last will and testament. ' First: We order and direct all of our sophistication, special privileges, and superior attitudes to the Junior class. To-the Sophomores we leave our disposi- tions fgood and badl, what good graces we have managed to acquire in the eyes of the teachers, and our bid for more males. To the little Freshmen we bequeath our technique of blufhng, our unique sense of humor, and our pro- gress in the field of finance. Second: We, as individuals bequeath our valued and prized possessions as follows: "Peggy" leaves her good looks to any brunette who is trying to disprove the statement, "Gentlemen prefer blondes". "Mag" bequeaths her speed in getting to school to any Freshman who dares risk being late every morning. Lucy's space on the overcrowded Sandy Hook bus is left to some deserv- ing and cramped Junior. Eileen bequeaths her oflice-messenger job to the JUNIOR girls who want to reduce. Roland's title of "Gramps" is hereby conferred to the next "cradle- snatcher" of Room 8. To anyone who will promise to write, Bettie bequeaths her list of service- men's addresses. Alden is willing to give one well-dented auto Cif cars could only talkj to any enterprising Sophomore who wishes to deliver groceries. Grete leaves her faculty of persuasion with the "powers-that-be" to some ambitious Sophomore. Mary Ann bequeaths her "ability" to spell to some depressed Freshman who lacks a spelling aptitude, Stephen leaves his "Napoleonic Taciturnity" to some boisterous Freshman. 'Wanda wills her sarcastic humor to anyone who has the audacity to use it. Ivy bequeaths her envious height to any insignificant and lowly Freshman. Minnie leaves her notorious outbursts to those who are less imaginative. Ray's ability to skim through a book in five minutes goes to any Junior who is always late with his book report. . dlguth wills her capacity for long verbal sentences to those who are short- win e . Miriam leaves her privilege of attending school only half a day to any Junior girl who dares even dream of it. Josephine's artistic ability is willed to some biology student who .is struggling to draw the external view of a cleistogamous flower. Barbara leaves her job as editor of the Yearbook to any Junior who has been hoarding aspirin. Clifford wills his brilliant yellow sweater, accompanied by a rather worn pair of shoulder pads, to anyone who dares be conspicuous. Virginia, after much hesitancy and thought, has finally consented to leave her shining array of pins to any ardent admirer of the Marines. In witness whereof, we have set our hand and seal, on this the 24th day of June, anno domini, nineteen hundred and forty-live. Signed--Bettie Haefele Witnessesr Barbara Sniffen "Bugs" Bunny "Flat-top" Little Iodine Gravel-bank "Gertie' ' 17 First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Pully, Elizabeth Haefele, Crete Hansen, Roland Geiger, Margaret Beardsley, Virginia Wiser. Second Row. Left to Right: Mary Harasymczuk, Josephine Retz, Wanda Krawiecki, Eileen Dyer, Ivy Lattin, Miriam Rasmussen, Lucy Crouch, Margaret Carty, Minnie Nezvesky, Barbara Sniffen. Third Row, Left to Right: Raymond Person, Alden Haight, Stephen Kovacs, Clifford XValker. SENIORS CLASS OFFICERS President , ..... ...,....... ..,..,,. ,.....,.. ..r.. , ,,,, . . ..,. A A .r,..,. R o land Geiger Vice-President , .. .,... . .,Cirete Hansen Sggfgtary ,,,,,, ,, Margaret Beardsley Treasurer , ....Elizabeth Haefele 18 A0 wg Beme Steve go Mims Cliff Wanda 'E Barb Zinn.. Rav Cixgyiw YN9 Grey Lucy Margaret Beardsley Margaret Carty ....... --- Lucy Crouch ...,. Eileen Dyer ,..... Roland Geiger ..... Bettie Haefele ..... Alden Haight ......... Grete Hansen ...........,. Mary Harasymczuk Stephen Kovacs ........ Wanda Krawiecki .,.. Ivy Lattin ............... Minnie Nezvesl-ry .... Raymond Person ..... Ruth Pully .....,...... Miriam Rasmussen ,..,., Josephine Retz ........ Barbara Sniffen .... Clifford Walker ....... Virginia Wiser ..... Miss Anderson - ............ .- Miss Barry ....... Mr. DeGroat ..... Mr. Gaffney ...... Mrs. Goodsell ....,,. Miss Greene ...... Miss Ingraham ..... Miss Kroha .... A Mr. LeGrow .... Mr. Los .... - ........ Mr. Ready ........... Miss Woodward ...... ..... Seniors .... .......... Juniors .......... Sophomores ...... Freshmen .,...... Chemistry ....... English ...........,.,.. Home Economics .... World History --- Room 8 ........... Study Hall ...... Exams ......... Flunking ..... Passing ........ Graduation ...,. Diplomas .... Prom ....... Vacations .... June ......... 3 :00 ........... Assemblies ...... Homework ........... Hawley School ..... Senior Movies ,--,,,.,.-,-------''Pin-Up Girl .--.-"Leave It to the Irish ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,----,--,----''Dark Eyes "Since You Went Away ,,-,,,-,,-,,,a,,,-.----''Girl Crazy 4 ,,,-,----,,-"Going My Way 'You Can't Ration Love --,,-,,.,----- Career Girl ---,."Northern Pursuit -------,-"The Great Man ----,"Music' in My Heart -..--"Meet Me in St. Louis "The Human Comedy ----.--"For Me and My Gal .---7---.----"He's My Guy .--.----"Government Girl "Best Foot Forward "Hi Ya! Good Lookin' ' -----,,.--.---"She's for Me ,-,,,,,,,-.- Sweater Girl ,--,g-------t,."On Your Toes --,.-"Passage to Marseilles ,,,----.-,"Slightly Terrific "This Land Is Mine .,..."Nothing but the Truth .,,------.-----e--''Cover Girl ------"What's Cookin'? -..-."Information. Please -.,--,---------,"Top Man ---.-.-----"Mystery Man ---,,----'iKeep 'Em Smiling ------"Pageant for America -.---."Sensation of 1945 ,------,--,-,--"Riding High "Higher and Higher -----"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay ---,---,...-,--,-.----,,.-..----.''Black Magic -- ,... "To Be or Not To Be .,..t."Forty Little Mothers .--,--"3,000,000 B.C. True to Life ---.--...--, ---.---..-.-"Let's Have Fun "The Very Thought of' You ..,--,------."Unlinished Business -..--"C,hance of a Lifetime --..-"A Night to Remember -.--,--.--,.,..-'iHers to Hold What a Night! ---.----.-.-"Heavenly Days -." 'Til We Meet Again ---...--"Flight for Freedom ---.----,..,,.''Thousands Cheer -.--"Tonight and Every Night -------,-,------.-.--,-.-----,-,--''City Without Men Lucy Crouch 20 and Mary Harasymczuk. 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Margaret Beardsley Margaret Carty ...... Lucy Crouch ....... Eileen Dyer ........ Roland Geiger ....... Bettie Haefele ...... Alden Haight ...... Grete Hansen .,......,... Mary Harasymczuk Stephen Kovacs .... Wanda Krawiecki ..... Ivy Lattm .,........... Minnie Nezvesky ,..... Raymond Person ...... Ruth Pully ..,.,...... Miriam Rasmussen Josephine Retz ...... Barbara Snilfen .,... Cliiord Walker .... Virginia Wiser .... Room 8 ....,.. Exams ....... Graduation ....,. Hawley High ...... Seniors .....,.,. Juniors ..... Sophomores ..... Freshmen .......,. Miss Anderson ..... - Miss Barry ....... Miss Dandeneau .... Mr. DeGroat ...... Mr. Gaffney ..,.... Mrs. Goodsell -..-- Miss Greene ...... Miss Ingraham ..,.... Miss Krakow ...... Miss Kroha ..... Mr. LeGrow ...,... Mr. Los .,.. . .,...... -, Miss Woodward -- Lunchtime .,.,...,.. On the Bookshelf ---,-----.-,-."Heart's Appeal' ---,--"Manners for Millions' ,------------."Cloudy Jewel' -----."Looking for Trouble' ,,,,,Mnm---,,,--,,,,.------,--- "Skyscraper' ----"Our Hearts Were Young and Gay' ,---,,---,--."One Lover among Many' ----"How to Argue Logically' -,--,,--,,-.--,----.''Alaska Bound' ----"The Valley of Silent Men' ,-,---,,-,-.,-,-,-"On My Own' ----"The Good Earth' ----"My Prison Days' ----."A Happy Boy' ----,------' ' S uccess' -,----,,------.-''Seventeen' ----"The Dream Keeper' .-----"The Lively Lady' --,---,,------"Amateur Gentleman' -,----"Riddle of Human Behavior -----"The House of Many Tongues' -----.------.------------''Les Miserables' -,---"Of Thee I Sing' , ...... "Here I Stay' ---.-.-------------.--------''Journey's End' ------"There Is Always Another Year' -.----.---------.-.-''Coming up the Road' 1 -------.--,---"Road to Glory ------------,,"Lady Be Fit' --.-----"You Haven't Changed ,---"All's Well That Ends Well' -.-----"Yankee from Olympus' ----"Fruits for the Home Garden' ,-----"Kind Are Her Answers' ---------,--"Forever Young' ---------."One Man's Meat' -.----"Earth and High Heaven' -----.--"Between the Lines' ---,------"Anything Can Happen' n ----.-"The Romance of Chemistry ----"Romantic and Historic Maine' -----.----.---.------------''High Tide at Noon' Wanda Krawiecki and Josephine Retz 21 First Row, Left to Right: Marie Stanton, Lorraine Wheeler, Marjorie Wood, Charles Swan, Frank Leaver, Carol Clark. Second Row. Left to Right: Emy Lou Strasburger. Mary Crouch, Martha Rothe, Velma Kovacs, Loretta Nichols. Third Row, Left to Right: Randall Watkins, George Mayer, Hugh Quinn, John Ryan, Burr Morgan, Halcyon Rockwell. J UNIORS CLASS OFFICERS President ..... .....,, A ,,,.,..,.,,..,.,, . . ,...,.,,..... .....,..,..,..,,. ...,.., , r .,..Charles Swan Vice-President ..,l.,, .,.r,, . . ,Frank Leaver Secretary ..,, ., ..., ., .Marjorie Wood Treasurer ..,,.. ,..,.... I .orraine Wheeler 22 First Row, Left to Right: Shirley Shannon, Bernice Carty, Lois Geis, Wilnia Rahikka, Joseph Wupperfeld, Gloria Rasmussen, Mary Lou Bradley, Ruth Karrmann, Joan Whittle. Second Row, Left to Right: Lois Ferris, Ann Lawler, Gertrude Buchanan, Marian Lewis, Carolyn Hanf, Audrey Kalmbacher, Jean Hazard, Helen Hrivnak, Nancy Baxter, Shirley Beardsley, Hazel VVilcoX. Third Row, Left to Right: Gladys Calkins, Joseph Kowalkowski, Robert Hawley, Jack Cochran, Edmond Forbell, Curtis Chappuis, Fred Candee, Douglas Wheeler, Jeannette Lewis. Third Row, Left to Right: Robert Quinn, Albert Krawiecki, Lee Glover, Israel Nezvesky, Fritz Heinemeyer, Donald Ferris, Harold Bresson, SOPHOMORES CLASS GFFICERS President , .... Joseph Wupperfeld Vice-President ...... ,. ,. Wilma Rahikka Secretary .i ., ,, , ,. Lois Geis Treasurer ..,,.., ...... , Gloria Rasmussen 23 First Row, Left to Right: Diane Wainwright, Marie Conger, Helga Doehne. Barbara Kuhne, Sheila Liskin. Vincent Mihalek, Violet Bally, Mildred Summers, Hazel Naar, Sabina Skvorz, Susan Lawler, Marie Cavanaugh. Second Row, Left to Right: Virginia Drew, Helen Ugolik, Mary O'Connor, Ruth Mayer, Ruth Kearns, Mildred Robinson, Norma Conley, Mary Hawley, Ruth Krafcsik, Mildred Kocet, Rosemarie Kilbride, Joyce Billings, Ann Kalmbacher, Sylvia Moore, Patricia Perry, Eleanor Mayer, Phyllis Smith. Third Row, Left to Right: David Eaton, Richard Herring, Richard Rideout, Bruce Cole, Adrian l,illis, David Hill, Donald Drew, Rudolph Haefele, Jack Watkins, Arnold Trueblood, Robert Jacot, Ralph Doehne. Fourth Row, Left to Right: James Crick, Eric Johnson, Donath James, Richard Liska, William Cassidy, William Renz, Edmond Farrell, Ralph Billings, Arthur Romaine, Frederick Jensen, Edward Johnston, Ralph Hendrix. FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS President ,,,,,,,..,.,.. ,..,..,..,,. ..,,,....,...,..,.,,.......,,,,.,..., .......,...,,.. ......,i V i n c ent Mihalek Vice-President ....., . ...,.. Sheila Liskin Secretary . ,.,..., .,....,, ,...,..,. V i olet Bally Treasurer ..,... ........., M ildred Summers 24 The Will of God is Strange All was silent within the White hospital room of Angela Carter at Lakeview Hos- pital. Since the ghastly accident in the war plant two nights before, the girl on the bed had been swathed in bandages from her fore- head to the bridge of her nose. For hours the still form of the girl had remained in the same position. The last flicker of life was rapidly waning. Seated beside the dying girl's bed was her grieved mother. Towering above her stood the middle-aged father whose strong but gentle right arm was placed about the quiver- ing shoulders of his wife. Both were recall- ing their Angela as she had been in the past, a gay lighthearted Angela, a contented and happy child. They pictured their daughter in her first long dress, with her first corsage, on her first date, and then her first love, Tim-Tim who they now knew was also only a memory, a memory since the telegram had arrived the day before with the words "killed in action over Germany". At least there was one agony they could spare their daughter. She would never suffer the news that her beloved Tim would hear no more the patter of rain on the attic roof, or see the golden sunset sink beneath the hill, or the shining moon glisten on the white snow. The silent picture was broken by the girl's pleading cry, "Tim! Tim!" Outside the door stood Tim's brother, Dave, formerly a col- lege instructor in English but now an Army captain. He, too, heard the pitiful call of the girl. As he softly entered, the girl's mother slowly came toward him. Gently she touched his sleeve and he, knowing what her eyes asked, with a slight limp moved toward the expectant form on the bed. The colorless lips of the dying girl moved to utter the name, "Tim". Softly the girl cried' out, "Tim, Tim darling, is it you? Come closer that I may touch your hand." Quietly Dave knelt beside the hospital cot and took the small white hand within his browned one. Angela seemed to relax and a stream of plans softly poured from her lovely mouth, plans for Tim's and her own future, which in- cluded the small cottage on the green hill overlooking the blue lake, the fun they would have in selecting their furniture for the dream cottage, and the stormy nights they would sit before their own fireplace while the wind raged around the house. All these beautiful dreams Dave heard as he silently gazed upon the girl's face. Suddenly the soft voice falt- ered and as Dave bent his ear nearer her lips, he heard her tender words, "Now that you're here, dearest, everything will be just as we planned". As the soldier turned his back upon the sorrow-filled room' his face held a look of sadness, and suddenly the words of Bertrand Russell came to his mind, "Each one of us must learn by death, by illness, by poverty, or by the voice of duty that the world is not made for us and that Fate may forbid the beautiful things we crave." -Margaret R. Beardsley. Christmas for Miss Williams Old Miss Williams gazed out blankly at the softly falling snow and scurrying Christ- mas shoppers. Then she forced her eyes back to the letter in her lap. "I know we have had a great many dis- agreements," it said, "but please take my dif- ficult predicament into consideration." Then in bold letters it continued, "I would like Carol to spend the holiday with you, and I hope you will endeavor to make a happy Christmas for her despite your usual attitude towards any tavor to me"-Your brother, Raymond. Rocking furiously, Miss Williams glared so coldly into the fire that it seemed it should surely be extinguished. Raymond had always been so domineering, but what could she do? He had been supporting her ever since Father died when Raymond left home after a serious disagreement. She had never recovered from this blow, and had always believed her brother responsible for her father's death. Well, Carol was coming, and nothing could be done about it. Why, she had never even seen the girl, and although this thought shamed her slightly, she had never especially wanted to. Worst of all, why must she come at Christmas? Oh, well, Miss Williams had no excuse. Raymond had been in the army for nearly a year, and the girl certainly couldn't spend Christmas at that boarding school. "I suppose I had better prepare for the grand occasion," she thought sarcastic- ally. "Raymond would expect all the trim- mings of a Christmas celebration. Fiddle- sticksl Why should I have to bother with all that poppycock? 'Peace on earth' indeed! 'With the bloodiest war in history going on. 'Good will toward men'. People are so busy that they have little time other than to bicker over wage increases or politics. Fiddlesticks!" Miss Williams moved methodically about the prim oldfashioned rooms, dusting and cleaning each solemn piece of furniture or bric-a-brac which seemed somehow to reflect a little of the character of its owner. Decem- ber twenty-fourth! and Carol would soon appear, probably expecting a warm and loving welcome from her dear old aunt. Well, she would have none of that. She was willing to give her whatever she wanted but she would not be bothered with foolish sentiments. There was a sound of footsteps on the porch, and a firm knock upon the oaken panels of the old colonial door. Carol had arrived. Sternly, yet with some anticipation, Miss Williams swung open the door. With a gust of wind and a flurry of snow a pretty, vivacious girl of about fifteen swept into the room. "Aunt Bernice? I'm Carol," she stated with a look of simple sincerity. Her aunt replied with so little feeling that she might have been addressing a fence post, "How-do-you-do, young lady? I'll take your things." By the time Carol had been "ushered" to a room of surprising cheerfulness, and given a light snack of cookies and hot chocolate, very little in the way of an acquaintance had been accomplished. Carol, however, was not the type of girl to be discouraged easily, so she immediately began an attempt to pierce the hard, outer shell which almost completely covered her aunt's personality. Carol helped so cheerfully with the dishes and talked of the old house in a way which could be nothing but favorable to her aunt. She was very capable and industrious, and, most sur- prising to Miss Williams, was the fact that in both mannerisms and character Carol was almost a perfect replica of her grandfather. The likeness was so very strong that poor Miss Williams found herself blushing emo- tionally as she watched the girl. "Fiddle- sticks! It must be my imagination," thought the old woman, trying frantically not to soften. Carol viewed the bare and drab-looking house critically, and said very firmly, "Aunty, you and I are going to have a really happy Christmas together, but first we must have some pine boughs, ribbons, bells and oh, so many things that I'll have to hurry like the dickens." Miss Williams was so overwhelmed that she could only protest with a meekly issued "But . . ." which came too late, for the laughing girl had already slipped into her coat and was out into the snowy street. Since there was nothing to do but wait, wait Aunt Bernice did. "The bold child," she prodded herself, "taking such liberty. But how she reminded me of Father." Miss Williams pushed this thought from her mind, and went to work vigorously stuffing her turkey. This job was hardly completed when a mel- low, young voice was heard, heartily render- ing Christmas carols, and in a twinkle Carol skipped into the kitchen, seemingly aglow with happiness, covered with glistening snow, and ladened with boughs, packages, and a plump little evergreen which seemed to beg to be trimmed in gay colors and lights. Ob- serving all this, Miss Williams seemed to be weakened considerably. "Mercy", she ex- claimed helplessly, "Such doin's." "Oh, Aunt Bernice," cried Carol happily. "Aren't they pretty? But do help me. There's a good deal to be done." The hour that followed may be noted as the fullest and happiest in the life of Bernice Williams. Arranging pine boughs on the mantle, cutting ribbon, and helping dress the little tree with candy and ornaments, she almost felt as a child again. Lighting candles in the frosty windows, rushing madly out into the kitchen to keep the pudding from burning also revived pleasant memories. If she had had time to think or protest, which, thanks to Carol, she did not, she would most certainly have blushed extensively. Despite Carol's industrious efforts Miss Williams could not be entirely converted. Truly, it may be fortunate that she was not, for she may have been revealed as a silly, blubbering, old fool, so extreme would be the change. After all the festive preparations aunt and niece sat in the old windowseat and looked out into the clearing skies where flick- ering starlight danced on the new blanket of snow. "Everything is wonderful, Aunty, ex- cept -" "Except what, child?" "Well, I wish Daddy were here." "Fie!" snapped Miss Williams, stiffening at the thought of her brother, "He'd just-be disagreeable, and fill the whole house with pipe smoke." The girl answered softly, "I know, Aunt Bernice." "Well--" began Miss Williams, still rather defiantly: then she lowered her eyes and said in a voice of surprising emotion for a cold, stony-hearted, old maid, "He always did like my mince pie." -Alden Haight. Can You Imagine? Peggy Beardsley - a peroxide blonde? Mag Carty - in a 50 yard dash? Lucy Crouch - a circus barker? Eileen Dyer - studying Cicero? Roland Geiger - a tap dancer in a minstrel? Bettie Haefele - slinging hash? Al Haight - with a toupe? Grete Hansen - a brick layer? Mary Harasymczuk - a Wagnerian opera star? Steve Kovacs - whistling at a blonde? Wanda Krawiecki - a fairy god-mother? Ivy Lattin - head-mistress of a finishing school? Minnie Nezvesky - a society dowager? Ray Person - with a "butch" and a Buster Brown collar? Ruth Pully - throwing Wet spit-balls? Miriam Rasmussen - shooting dice? Josephine Retz - peddling fish? Barbara Sniffen - begging for a cup of coffee? Clifford Walker - with buck teeth? Virginia Wiser - a rickshaw runner? iz, 29 World's Celebrities A psychiatrist is in a position to meet a cross-section of society - the rich, the poor, the famous, the unknown. In the last ten years modern conveniences which have taken the place of the oldfashioned necessities, such as the automobile, have given people addi- tional cause for mental-phobia and nervous collapse. Sitting in my oflice during a lull in the stream of patients, I began thinking of the many different ones I had seen in the last year until a knock on the door and a telegram broke into my reveries. With nervous fingers I ripped open the envelope and read the message: "I am seriously ill following the reconstruction of a two-winged Diesel en- gine. Please advise. Roland Geiger." Roland should have known that he would come to a nervous breakdown if he continued to combine blondes with mechanics. Well, I know just whom he nee'ds--Vir- ginia Wiser, the former cadet nurse who be- came the heroine in the battle of Tokyo and who has just finished a case, that of, Lady Elizabeth Haefele Reggie, hospitalized at Mount Quinine Hospital Where she had plastic surgery for drop-lift ears. Plastic sur- gery is quite the fad these days it seems, as Lady Reggie isn't the only one who has had the operation performed by the very skilled Doctor Clifford Walker aided by his eflicient supervisor of nurses, Lucy Crouch. I wouldn't be surprised if Clifford had a nervous col- lapse from lifting everyone's faces. Speaking of collapses, Barbara Sniffen Pierre came to me for advice concerning a very peculiar difficulty--it seems that since she had been married to Count Pierre she has had no opportunity to use her native tongue, English, and she fears that she is becoming insane from the worry of not being able to speak anything but French. Barbara always enjoyed her French but who would have dreamed that she would forget everything else she ever learned? I wonder if Peggy still has that beautiful voice she used to have when she was with Ray Person and his "musical gladiators"? She certainly set them on the road to success before she retired to marry that world- famous automobile mechanic. The great scientists, Mary Harasymczuk and Ruth Pully, have forwarded this great field by the discovery of the jet-propelled bathing suit based upon an ingenious math- ematical theorem. It seems that Margaret Carty has set the world's record for the longest performance of any play on Broadway in "Back in Con- necticut" in which she portrayed "Maggie" McConnors. This long run took place in the famous theater owned and managed by Stephen Kovacs. Stephen has really made a success of himself in the managing of thea- ters. It is rumored that he hopes to open another one in the very near future. Minnie Nezvesky, the unforgettable teaser of high school days, has accepted the position of guide in the Empire State Building. Now that she is working there, she will be able to fulfill her life-long ambition of seeing the sights of New York. I always knew she could do whatever she really wanted to. Looking around me brings to mind the turmoil this office was in when the interior decorator, Josephine Retz, and her able assist- ant, Ivy Lattin, were redecorating. Josephine was always known for her artistic creations and my oflice certainly was greatly improved. The room was hardly recognizable. I received a letter from Wanda Krawiecki, Alden Haight's very efficient secretary and consultant, asking me to come to hear Al try the most important case of his career. If he wins this, he may be appointed the state's attorney in Connecticut. At long last he is carrying out the ideas he had ,in high school but had never brought to successful comple- ffl 71 ff' ' X tion. Wanda should become a success after all the P-G courses she took at college! One- two- three- Oh, my! it's three o'clock already. Well, I suppose my little reminiscing must come to an end as all good things do. I wonder what is delaying Grete. It is time for her appointment. Perhaps Eileen Dyer's new permanent takes more time than an ordinary one. Oh, here she is now and what does she have with her? My pills! Can you imagine? I, a psychiatrist, famous for treat- ing other persons for nervous collapse-I, myself-am on the verge of a breakdown. Life certainly is funny! 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Second Row. l,eft to Right: Mary O'Connor, Laurita Therreo Mary Pat Carroll, Gertrude Ray, Mary Karrmann, Virginia DiVesta, Audrey Wood, Doris Janoscko, Joan Weeks. FUTURE FARMERS First Row, Left to Right: Audrey Kalmbacher, Israel Nezvesky, George Mayer, Mr. Gaffney, Curtis Chappuis, Fred Candee, Ivy Lattin. Second Row, Left to Right: Phyllis Smith. Randall Watkins, James Crick, Edward Johnston, Arthur Romaine, William Cassidy, Jeannette Lewis. Third Row, Left to Right: Donath James, Jack Watkins, Adrian Lillis, David Hill, Edmond Farrell, Richard Liska, William Renz. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE First Row, Left to Right: Helga Doehne, Joan Pelletier, Marie Stanton, Margaret Beardsley, Lee Glover, Victoria Boyle, Virginia Wiser. Second Row, Left to Right: Mr. Los, Janice Northrop, Millard Goodsell, Eric Johnson, Gloria Rasmussen, Burr Morgan. Roland Geiger Roland Geiger Raymond Person Roland Geiger Raymond Person Clifford Walker Raymond Person Raymond Person Clifford Walker Clifford Walker Raymond Person Alden Haight Roland Geiger Alden Haight Clifford Walker Raymond Person Stephen Stephen Clifford Clifford Kovacs Kovacs Walker XValker Roland Geiger Roland Geiger Roland Geiger Roland Geiger Raymond Person Roland Geiger Clifford Walker Clifford Walker The Seniors Vote MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Grete Hansen DONE MOST FOR N.H.S. MOST POPULAR BEST ATHLETE BEST LOOKING MOST TYPICAL OE N.H.S. 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