Newtown High School - Bugle Yearbook (Newtown, CT)

 - Class of 1946

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Miss Anderson and the "Coach," although com- paratively new among us, have won our respect and Mr. Harold S. DeGroat appreciation by their patient guidance and sympathetic understanding. Many thanks are due to both of them for the splendid work they have done toward making Hawley High an "Alma Mater" of pleasant memories. First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Goodsell, Mr. LeGrow, Miss Barry. Second Row, Left to Right: Miss Greene, Miss Krakow, Mrs. Strain, Miss Leqnard. Third Row, Left to Right: Mr. Gaffney, Miss Anderson, Miss Andem, Mr. Los, Miss Dandeneau, Mr. DeGroat. Principal .......... Mathematics ....... English ................... Social Sciences ........... Foreign Languages ..................... Biology and General Science ......... Physics and Chemistry ............ Physical Education ........... Physical Education ........ Agriculture ................ Home Economics ......... Seventh Grade ........ ... Seventh Grade ....... Secretary ............. Hfzczwy 4 Mr. Carl A. LeGrow, B.S., M.A. ....Mrs. Frances S. Goodsell, B.A. ........Miss Pollyanna Andem, B.S. .......Mrs. Harriet R. Strain, B.A. ..Miss Mary L. Barry, B.A., M.A. .....Miss Louise A. Greene, B.S.E. Walter Los, B.A., M.A. ......Miss Ann M. Anderson, B.A. Harold S. DeGroat, B.P.E. Vincent P. Gaffney, B.S. ....Miss Barbara R. Leonard, B.S. ...Miss Mary C. Dandeneau, B.S. .......... Miss Evelyn Krakow, B.E. Charles A. Peale 'Ula gllqk " Lgfaf EDITOR-IN -CHIEF ............ ............................................... .,.......... CA R OL CLARK ASSISTANT EDITOR ............................................................. ....... L ORETTA NICHOLS BUSINESS MANAGER FRANK LEAVER ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGERS LORETTA NICHOLS BURR MORGAN VELMA KovAcs EMY LOU STRASBURGER MAR JORIE Woon LORRAINE WHEELER ART EDITOR MARTHA ROTHE ASSISTANT ART EDITORS MARIE STANTON HUGH QUINN PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR MARIE STANTON ASSISTANT PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS GEORGE MAYERS MAR ,IORIE Woon SPORTS EDITORS MAR JORIE WOOD HUGH QUINN FACULTY ADVISORS Miss MARY L. BARRY Miss POLLYANNA ANDEM 5 Y 1 . f v , 2.-Mx .W 5 , f Q k , ,M 3 gil Ziff iii iw sg 2 S gg,g , , f I ,iv-K , ..f, W ...mf at t .Y if 'N I v 5 i MARY ESTHER CROUCH "Mairzy" "In qnietnen :he reigns." Reserved . . . petite . . . loyal friend . . . punctual . . . "She moves among us quiet but not unnoticed" . . . ever ready smile. Achievement: R.O.M.P. Committee-3 CAROL EVELYN CLARK "Carry" "Clarkie" "She who laugh!--lent." Our class hustler . . . our worthy and respected class President . . . sincere . . . studious . . . wonderful friend . . . willing helper . . . French II's "wonder girl" . . . mischievous . . . all round sport. A chievemenlr Congress High School-Bridgeport Prom Committee-3 Student Council--1 Softball-3 Honor Society-1 Cheerleader-3 Danbury High School Class President-4 Hawley High School Editor, "The Bugle"-4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 MARY GERALDINE HUNIHAN ..M .. "Even tempered, naturally good, and faithful to her work." Always teasing . . . modest and sincere . . . earnest . . . dependable . . . with gay laughter and the quiet frankness of an independent mind. Achievement: R.O.M.P. Committee--3 Prom Committee-3 8 VELMA SUSANNA KOVACS "Ferd" , "Winnie" "Sweet and prelty, happy and gay, May :be always remain that way." Well liked . . . a good sport . . . carefree . . . a faithful friend . . . a willing worker . . . a pleasant smile. Achievement: Assembly Committee-1 Prom Committee-3 Class President-2 Glee Club-4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 FRANK HOPPER LEAVER "Frankie" "Hopper" "Wbat': a clan witboal a clown?" A ready smile . . . a hearty laugh . . . genial, full of fun . . . witty . . . charming towards girls and teachers. Achievement: Assembly Committee-1, 2, 4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Glee Club-2 Prom Committee-3 "She Was Only a Farmer's Daughter"-2 Assistant Basketball Manager-3 "He Couldn't Marry Five"-3 Basketball Manager-4 Class Vice-President-3 Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 Baseball Manager-3 GEORGE ANTON MAYERS ..Gus.. "Easy doe: it." Easy going in manner . . . courteous . . . likeable . . . industrious . . . punctual . . . quiet . . . Mr. Gaf'fney's right-hand man. Achievement: Band-1, 2, 3, 4 Vice-President, F.F.A.-3 Reporter, F.F.A.-2, 4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Photography Committee, "The Bugle"--4 9 LORETTA PRISCILLA NICHOLS "Pickles" "Pic" "It'r nice to he natural when you're naturally nice." A true native daughter of Hawley School . . . a conscientious worker . . . the best kind of a companion . . . a persistent giggler. Achievement: Class President--1 Class Treasurer-2, 4 "Hawley Hi and Lo"-2 Sectetray-Treasurer, A.A.-4 Basketball-2 Glee Club-4 R.O.M.P. Committee+3 Assistant Editor, "The Bugle"-4 Red Cross--3 Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 Chairman, Prom Invitations-5 BURR SCHOFIELD MORGAN "Burt" "Whatever is worth doing at all, it worth doing well." Excels in sports . . . has a mathematical mind . . . is a good sport . . witty and humorous at times. Achievement: Glee Club--1, 2, 3, 4 R.O.M.P. Committee--3 Basketball-2, 3, 4- Assembly Committee--3 Baseball-3, 4 Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 real friend . . . a HUGH JOSEPH QUINN, JR. "Hughie" "Quinnie" "Why it it the teacher: just don't agree with mel" Good sport . . . very athletic . . . real fun . . . a little stubborn at times . . . a sincere companion. Achievement: Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4 PIOIH C0mmiUCC"'3 Glee Club-2 Football-3, 4 Baseball-2, 3 Assistant Art Editor, "The Bugle"-4 1t.o.M.P. Committee-3 Sports Editor. "The Bugle"-4 I0 MARTHA RUTH ROTHE "Myrt" "Mattie" "Nature made ber as .the rbould, not loo bad-not too good." Her friendly smile makes life worth while . . . ever happy and trust- worthy . . . willing to help when help is needed . . . agile and swift in all sports. Acbievementr Vice-President, Class-2, 4 "HawleY Hi and ,I-0"-2 Assistant Basketball Manager--2 Treasurer, R.O.M.P. Committee--3 Softball-2 Art Editor, "The Bugle"-4 MARIE CHRISTINE STANTON "Static" "Rocky" "Peachy" "Her manner is carefree, ber fpim ir gay." Vivacious . . . argumentative . . . a staunch supporter . . . noisy, but fun to be with . . . carefree but competent. Achievements Glee Club-1, 4 Cheerleader-3 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Basketball Manager--4 Assembly Committee, Secretary-Treasurer-3 Art Editor, "The Bugle"-4 Prom Committee-3 Photography Committee, "The Bugle"-4 EMMA LOUISE STRASBURGER "Emy Lou" "Emy" "Strassy" "Genius doe: what it mart, Talent doe: what 12 may." A valued member of our class . . . clever . . . highly imaginative . . . fun loving . . . an amusing sport . . . humorously sarcastic. Achievemenl: Basketball-1, 2, 3, Prom Committee-3 Softball-2 , Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Glee Club-4 Il LORRAINE FLORETTA WHEELER ..Rainy., "O, Lady, be wary of Cupid." One of the bright lights of the Senior Class . . . enjoys fun, sports, dancing . . . dependable . . . friendly to all. Acbievem ent: R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Treasurer, Class-3 Chairman, Prom Committee-3 Glee Club-4 Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"-4 MARJORIE HELEN WOOD "Marge" "Woods" "Maggots" "Gentlemen do prefer blondes!" Fun to know . . . a loyal friend . . . vivacious . . . neat . . . admirable personality . . . a continuous muncher . . . a lovable companion. Acbievementr Softball--2 Secretary, Class-3, 4 Basketball-2, 3 Assistant Business Manager, "The Bugle"--4 Prom Committee-3 Sports Editor, "The Bugle"-4 R.O.M.P. Committee-3 Photography Committee, "The Bugle"-4 Wd!! Always Remember: Frank Leaver for his humor, his wit, and his acting, Hugh Quinn for his height, his forward passes, and his pipe, Burr Morgan for his unbroken record of having his homework done, his pitching and his clarinet, Carol Clark for her work on the yearbook, her figure and her steadfastness, Mary Crouch for her quietness, her "Knapp,i' and her personality, Mary Hunihan for her teasing, her frankness, and her caustic remarks, Velma Kovacs for her incessant chatter, her romances, and her popularity, Martha Rothe for her original essays, her athletics, and her boy friends, Loretta Nichols for her giggles, her memory, and her marks, Emy Lou Stasburger for her lengthy circumlocutions, her imagination, and her arguments, Marjorie Wood for her "Hughie," her golden hair, and her pleasant personality, Lorraine Wheeler for her grin, her sailor, and her chemistry, George Mayers for his "Aggie," his spelling, and his way with the girls, Marie Stanton for her llirtations, her job, and her drawing. O-E383 FU 2 widow: HH egg Ev- mga 859-dwg megs GOEEEB G Q5 na 8 saw G msgv NIE: we N N .md Umswga FEE?-3 HUG-HOW mega M5306 M5599 'ESA 3 Um .258 v-63080: .MQ NE mmm mg mega 822 M-EE 8503 :gag mess ies-ms me-wma weeks swam H252 N MGESEU M238 BORN N E mega 3056 memes MEEMQAH WEMOPQHH it :M Z9 :gsm E AO: :E5 rom: :NEB 80: :SUB ming .AE no: :ll-ao: :Ebony OFF an M M 383' --onus: N ami :Ia Zim H dub? lk W N MBU rom: :DEE AO: :MSE gg 3:3 m-uni-v Mum ggw H an E sm H-cow H: :ILOG-W AUG FEMOPSH MWQSNQ Q .deem E839 N FE? NE :H0wdObw: Us Ba 303 Us MEAEOG Bda N -EB 88150 :B U33 ME ,Ea .AHIEIOIM Us X N NEB: Us we is E megan gee M520-Hd? Bias 'Ea H028 E 3 BHEEBOHL G EE as G Magda zmmw wdqbmp 05 UESHQH Em his EEE Ewa Ham GUEOA UMHOUU on-in-dm Eu? .: EE U EE -O5 Q52 3 l " r CAN YOU IMAGINE? Carol Clark - a Hawley School janitress? Mary Crouch -selling peanuts in Times Square? Mary Hunihan- substituting for Baby Snooks? Velma Kovacs-a chemistry professor at Cornell College? Frank Leaver- a Charles Atlas model? George Mayers - as a jitterbug king? Burr Morgan- as "Romeo" in a Shakespeare play? Loretta Nichols- in a Model T Ford, non-stop to California? Hugh Quinn - as a concert violinist? Martha Rothe-a night club singer? Marie Stanton-making her debut at the Metropolitan? Emy Lou Strasburger - as a tight rope walker? Lorraine Wheeler -as an old maid? Marjorie Wood - as a Texas cow puncher? -FRANK LEAVER HUGH QUINN. SENIORS SING Carol Clark ............. .............. ' 'You Are Always in My Heart Marjorie Wood .......... ...... ' 'I Don't Want to Walk Without You Lorraine Wheeler .......... ............. ' 'Gobs of Love for The Navy Loretta Nichols ........... ...... ' 'The Very Thought of You Marie Stanton ......... .............................. ' 'Making Believe' Velma Kovacs ................ ....... ' 'Someday My Prince Will Come Emy Lou Strasburger ......... ...... ' 'Any Old Place the Gang Goes Mary Crouch .............. ...................... ' 'The Man I Love Mary Hunihan ........ ....................... ' 'Everything Happens to Me Frank Leaver ........ ................................................... ' 'Scattetbrain' George Mayers ........ ....... ' 'Somewhere I Know There's a Girl for Me Burr Morgan ........... ............................................... ' 'Sleepy Lagoon Hugh Quinn ........ ....................... ' 'Margie' --MARY Cnoucu MARY HUNIHAN. I4 1 n 1 1 n r r 1 Carol Clark ...... Mary Crouch .... Mary Hunihan. Velma Kovacs .......... Frank Leaver ............ George Mayers., ...... . Burr Morgan ............ Loretta Nichols ........ Hugh Quinn .... Martha Rothe ..................... Marie Stanton ............................ Emma Louise Strasburger .......... Lorraine Wheeler ................... Marjorie Wood ........... .- ...... Miss Andem ......... Miss Anderson ......... Miss Barry ........... Mrs. Daniels ........ Mr. DeGroat ........ Mr. Gaffney .............. Mrs. Goodsell ........... Miss Greene ......... Mr. LeGrow ......... Miss Leonard ........ Mr. Los ............. Mrs. Peale ........ Mr. Ready ........ Mrs. Strain ........ Seniors ........... juniors .............. Sophomores .......... Freshmen .......... Study Hall ......... Assemblies ...... Exams ............ Flunking ........ Passing ......... Graduation ........ Diplomas .......... Prom ............. Vacation ............ 3 : 00 ...................... Hawley School ......... Homework ........... SENIOR MOVIES Ahead ......."You Can't Do without Love Time for Love Gay Senorita in a Harem ............"Connecricut Yankee ........"Chicken Every Sunday ......................"Junior Miss Juan Quilligan ........"Ride 'Em Cowboy ........"Incendiary Blonde Help Singing ............."Anchors Aweigh of a Romance Came Along ......"Hands Across the Border to Remember ls the Life Good Earth the Scenes ........."Those Endearing Young Charms Hidden Eye Guy Named Joe ......................"Wonder Man ...................."Private Secretary Hour Before Dawn to Look at ........"Keys to the Kingdom of This World Corn ls Green Young to Know ..........."Helzapoppin' ......."Stormy Wfeather Lost ......"One Foot in Heaven in the Bag a Pleasure Cheer ......"And Then 'I'here Were None Body Snatcher Thousand and One Nights -VBLMA Kovacs. I5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 2 3 BEST ATHLETE BEST PERSONALITY MOST SCHOLARLY PESSIMIST Carol Clark MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Burr Morgan Loretta Nichols DONE MOST FOR N.H.S. Hugh Quinn Marjorie Wood MOST POPULAR Frank Leaver Martha Rothe BEST ATHLETE Hugh Quinn Marjorie Wood BEST LOOKING Burr Morgan Carol Clark MOST TYPICAL OF N.H.S. Hugh Quinn Marie Stanton BEST DANCER Hugh Quinn Marie Stanton BIGGEST BLUF F ER Frank Leaver Marie Stanton NOISIEST Frank Leaver Loretta Nichols WORST GIGGLER Frank Leaver Marjorie Wood BEST DRESSED Hugh Quinn Velma Kovacs BEST PERSONALIIY Frank Leaver Marie Stanton BIGGEST FLIRT Frank Leaver Velma Kovacs OPTIMIST Frank Leaver Q DONE MOST FOR N.H.S. Mary Hunihan Marie Stanton Marjorie Wood Mary Crouch Velma Kovacs Marie Stanton Carol Clark Emy Lou Strasburger Emy Lou Strasburger Marie Stanton Marie Stanton Carol Clark Emy Lou Strasburger Marie Stanton T va QUIETEST PESSIMIST BEST LINE CUTEST QUIETEST CHATFERBOX CLASS PEST MOST SCHOLARLY MOST SARCASTIC MOST ARGUMENTATIVE cLAss KNOW-IT-ALL SENIOR ABOUT TOWN cLAss HUSTLER BIGGEST TEAsE WITHEST BIGGEST BLUFFER 'Gif' BEST LOOKING Burr Morgan Frank Leaver Frank Leaver George Mayers Frank Leaver Frank Leaver George Mayers Frank Leaver Hu Quinn Frank ver Frank Leaver Frank Leaver Frank Leaver Frank Leaver We jfhfzsfm A fluffy ball raced madly around the yard. Excited little yelps issued from the almost invisible mouth, curving below a quaint button nose. Excitement literally dripped from the stubby tail as it wiggled back and forth in feverish ecstacy. Round and round the fluffy ball galloped until the eager hind legs overlapped the front legs, and poor little Tubby rolled into a foolish heap against the rose arbor. With a quivering heart, Tubby looked behind him. Over there in the corner of the yard was a mammoth hole where he had intended to bury his bone. Now his bone lay forgotten, for out of that hole had arisen a monster, the equal of which Tubby had never seen. It had simply glared at Tubby with a ferocious stare, and Tubby hadn't bothered to stay to inquire about its intentions. Now that the butterflies had gone from his stomach, Tubby began to feel just a tiny tinge of curiosity. After all, Tubby was two-months old now, and he certainly didn't have to be afraid of any monster, no matter how big. With a, barely noticeable hesitation, Tubby trotted to within a safe distance of that gaping hole. He stopped and sniffed the air cautiously. With a visible sigh, Tubby prepared to take the final steps. Within the rim of the hole there was a restless movement, and a little pebble rolled like thunder in the stillness. Tubby's legs went rigid, his ears alerted, and the thick hair along his back bristled stiffly. Excitement bubbled over into the form of a fierce yip which broke pitifully in the middle. Tubby shook his fears from him and began to stalk his prey in earnest. To the entice- ment of a few more yips, the monster, with brown fur, a big chunky head, pointed ears, and a long wiry tail, rose from it's lair, to the challenge. ' A fierce battle ensued. Tubby was jubilant and frightened by turns. Twice the gear- like teeth of the monster had closed upon Tubby's foot and he howled with pain. Then Tubby mastered his courage, made one final lunge, and the skirmish was over. Here then, was mortal evidence of Tubby's courage. On the threshold of his cozy home, a monstrous rat lay silent in death. -CAROL CLARK. I8 96424 tgazzwms In the show case were two rings-rings that were identical in size and shape-one a class ring, the other a Jap ofHcer's ring. The first sparkled as the brilliant sun's rays filtered through the glass pane to dance upon it. The latter was tarnished-a black stain had trickled down the crest of the rising sun. The stain now black, had once been the bright scarlet of human blood. There was a white card below these rings and it was headed, "Property of the Dead," and under this a story was printed. My heart leaped and a tingling shiver vibrated me as I read: "The night came ong not a star shone, and the dawn was still hours off. Suddenly, the blackness was split by flame! Sharp silhouettes of the jagged rocks and tall looming trees of Saipan became clearly visible. The fighting began as the dark clouds of the previous night broke. As the sun began climbing the sky it saw the smoke, heard the rumbling thunder of guns, and smelt the sickening scent of death. The higher that sun ascended the wilder grew the fighting. Bodies lay lifeless. Here and there were red puddles. Everywhere was man-made destruction. As night approached a calm followed. On the dark earth beneath the stars now a groan was heard, then the weird whistle of a wild bird, once in a while a sigh of pain. Suddenly, the firing broke out again! This time it caused many American losses. In the group of U. S. Marines was a young lad. He had enlisted to avenge his best friend's murder. This lad hated the Japs, for one of their oflicers had killed his high school class mate for being discourteous in a concentration camp. Now he was given his chance for revenge. Seeing a machine gun nest in a thicket of thorn bushes, he hurled a beautiful thirty-yard pass with a grenade. It landed right in the middle of the group, mangled the bodies of the Nipponese and utterly destroyed their equipment. Again a dead silence fell. "The next afternoon replacements arrived. Before being removed to the field hospital the American lad pleaded for souvenirs. From the dead Jap ofiicer's body, now lying in the fierce heat of the tropical sun, were taken two things-one, a Jap ring, the other a class ring engraved in the back of which was the name of an American boy-the name of the revenged friend of the wounded U. S. Marine." -MARTHA ROTHE. I9 J-Q..-.-...Mm , i .t , -A,,k. t--vfaxvg-www--Q .t .,,.5,-QM. , s i 2 l l , l First Row, Left to Right: Emy Lou Strasburger, Martha Rothe, Marjorie Wood, Carol Clark, Loretta Nichols, Lorraine Wheeler. Second Row, Left to Right: Velma Kovacs, Mary Hunihan, Frank Leaver, Marie Stanton. Third Row, Left to Right: Mary Crouch, Hugh Quinn, Burr Morgan, George Mayers. Vice-Prefident. Se cretary ......... Trearurer ........ 20 Prendent ............ l 5651315 CLASS OFFICERS . . . . . . .CAROL CLARK . . . . ...MARTI-IA Roma ........MAxjoRua Wooo LORBITA NICHOLS of 'fi ii M' t t t t , i.1, ,,,,,,,,, ,. -in-g First Row, Left to Right: joan Whittle, Lois Ferris, Ann Lawler, Gladys Calkins, Brendon Jones, Wilma Rahikka, Shirley Shannon, Curtis Chappius, Eleanor Mayer, Ruth Karrmann, Mary Lou Bradley, Bernice Carry. Second Row, Left to Right: Jeanette Lewis, Shirley Beardsley, Audrey Kalmbacher, Carolyn Hanf, jean Hazard, Nancy Baxter, Lois Gies, Marion Lewis, Helen Hrivnak, Patricia Loucks. Third Row, Left to Right: Lee Glover, jack Cochran, Albert Krawiecki, Donald Ferris, Harold Bresson, Fritz Heinemeyer, Israel Nezvesky, Gloria Rasmussen. Fourth Row, Left to Right: joseph Wupperfeld, Joseph Marcinek, Gordon Williams, Randall Watkins, Robert Quinn, Fred Candee. para: :nx- zffzws g 1 it E CLASS OFFICERS Preiidem ........... ....... W 11.MA RAHIKKA Vice-Preiidenr ...... ...... C Uims CHAPPIUS Secretary ......... ......... B RENDON JONES T reafurer... .... ....... S HIRLEY SHANNON f f I M- if H in X X : Eff I1 :'k ' :llgll K' : xii. ' 5 ' :E. if: '-P --, :Rf f : -,,- ' S l 1 ' i i i ' ,..,ff:.,1:...1,:.:ra,,. H J i 8 -mal-eff' 1 ,1 E 11 y 1 C .sh W., .. N off- Jxjf Pg' 3 J? I MJ-rFirst Row, Left to Right: Ralph Doehne, David Eaton, Eric Johnson, Virginia Drew, James Crick, , t '0 y' 2 -Eugene Dilliston, Mildred Kocet, Marie Conger, Helga Doehne, Barbara Kuhne, Ruth Mayer, Mildred J if ,'9Nf,.f'Sun1ners, Sheila Liskin, Patricia Perry. Second Row, Left to Right: Violet Bally, Hazel Narr, Hazel I' jj j Willcox, Mary Hawley, Mary O'Connor, Rosemarie Kilbride, Sabina Skvorz, Joyce Billings, Ann Nr V ,y V " Kalmbacher, Marie Cavanaugh. Third Row, Left to Right: Richard Liska, Robert Jacot, Adrian Lillis, - 9 74-:X-LS,-0' Mildred Robinson, Ruth Kearns, Donath James, Richard Rideout. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Jack -yy gf 2 JU Watkins, Bruce Cole, Richard Herring, David Hill, Donald Drew, Edmond Farrell, David Wood. L7 Qi' V 111- 4 ., arf' 5 J 1. Q ,M zz ,W iwywi ?ffdggj?,f,fM, .f c M Prexzdent ......... Vice-Prefident ....... Secretary ......... Treaxurer ...... 22 CLASS OFFICERS .......MILDRED KOCET ............JAMBs CRICK EUGENE DILLISTON ........MARlB CONGBR if 8 O 3 I 1 5 I I 'wi get to Q A First Row, Left to Right: joseph Digilio, James Rockwell, Horace Rosier, Nancy Scott, Doris janocsko, Edward Berry, Mary Par Carroll, Audrey Wood, Douglas Moore, Eleanor Crouch, Gertrude Ray, Paul Allen, Howson Willmore, Dwight Johnson. Second Row, Left to Right: Susan Lawler, Phyllis Loucks, Jean Wildman, joan Pelletier, Juanita Reed, Florence Burnie, Virginia Di Vesta, Doris Pully, lrene Hornbeck, Mary Karrmann. Third Row, Left to Right: Franklin Miller, Laurita Therreo, Mary Kearns, Evelyn Koch, Elaine Oberstadt, john Lorenzo. Fourth Row, Left to Right: joseph Suhanovsky, Gilbert Stanley, john Slattery, Richard Knudsen, Millard Goodsell. Qkesfimefz CLASS OFFICERS i ' " 4 K! 'PC .. N , z 7 Preudenr ...................... :1..: ...... r......... ...... ...L .......... ........ E DWARD BBRKY Vice-Prefidenz ......... ...... ........... H ........... Do UGLAS Moons Sem-:ary ............ ........... M ARY PAT CARROLL T reuxurer ........ ............ A UDREY WOOD Ruth Smith, Ray Meyers, 5' UVa AY93 wa - I' v QQ I, ,O ,J L-4 . . I 'I 2- K gf L.. ..X, 5:2 :s....Qi'5g.. :Q 1 . my J X5 , Hx? V . 7 . ., .iv R wtf. Dv 'w'K S , ,T -. 1' A . . J rw' . ' 4. Y fi I Wi' 1'-QW :W 4--"Q has Jr- We mv Bm!!! N- . ,u 1 HV. A '21 ' .' ., fa ' M .Mia 4' , , 2-V Az. V, as .2 Lotwfme Hughie Mytt Marge Buff I Ca 1-ol Velma Gus W Emy Pic Scaric 7 usllllull unit eslnm ani ol llte Gllassnf19 6 We, the class of 1946 of Hawley High School, town of Newtown, County of Fairfield, State of Connecticut, U. S. A., being of sound mind and body, conjure up, establish, publish, and ordain this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking all others and former wills by us at any time made. To our beloved superiors, teachers, and undergraduates we bequeath the following bits of precious valuables, tangible and otherwise. First-We, the retiring seniors who have weathered the storm in Hawley until 1946, humbly leave behind our over-powering gift of playing dumb, our magnificent bird brains, and our dynamic personalities to whichever class should have the courage to "Hy in the face of fate". Second-To the undergraduates we solemnly leave our "Great Stone" faces and illu- sive characteristics with hopes that they will remember us in our better moments. Third-To the faculty with many apologies for the delay, we leave our absence slips insuring them of our continued absence CHallelujahJ. Fourth-Margie Wood has agreed to ration out her large supply of gum, teaching at the same time the exact etiquette of chewing-all free! Fifth-Velma Kovacs, our chemistry expert, gives up her claim to formulas and leaves to any up-and-coming junior the tradition of bluliing through at least one class. Sixth-George Mayers, our 1946 Romeo, bequeaths to any sentimental person his perfected book of instructions on how to grow skunk cabbages. Seventh-Emy Lou Strasburger wills to "that" junior beanpole her surplus material hoping that this great sacrifice will more or less even things up. Eighth-Martha Rothe will lend to any curious boy or girl her glasses in the good cause of allowing them a better view of the 1957 pin-up girls. Ninth-Burr Morgan's do-not-care attitude is left to any one of the studious indi- viduals who have a conscientious mind and who "dig" for their marks. Tenth-Loretta Nichols, after a bit of debate, has consented to pass on her bobby-sox giggles and her treasurer's books. Eleventh--Hughie Quinn offers a real he-man hand shake to any boy who will sign on the dotted line promising that he will make sure that the school is provided with romance. Twelfth-Mary Crouch silently relinquishes her right to be quiet and inconspicious to any junior girl wishing to shed her boisterous adolescence. 27 Thirteenth-Carol Clark, our fit-throwing member refuses to relate the cause of her spasms, but will leave a general set of rules on how to distort one's inadequate countenance. Fourteenth-Frank Leaver's executive and diplomatic qualities, few as they are, are left to those conservative boys who are always finding their mouths open, waiting for their feet. Fifteenth--Marie Stanton distributes among those with no talent, her enormous supply of artistic achievements. . Sixteenth-Mary Hunihan transmits her special version of teasingto those with a more sardonic nature. Seventeenth-Lorraine Wheeler gladly hands down her small, black book of Navy addresses to any girl if that certain one will agree to the "Hands Off" policy when it is a question of a particular Navy "gob". In witness whereof, we have set our hand and seal, on this, the 20th day of June, anno Domini, nineteen hundred and forty-six. , -EMY Lou STRASBURGER LORRAINB WHEELER. 522239 X , 1 f 1 28 1- 'Jil Q1 moan QW fffzaws t X 5 N B ,,,.- -,r.bI CAPR ICORN 1 JAN.2O 1 y 0 sn fy s te-, I Nlll UAR w s - A vi ir 'XX1 9 4 I I t ii- P xscas :intpin sjn' APR , ' l N X9 N ARIES Some people believe that as the stars move across the great expanse of the high sky they are weaving the very pattern of every human being's life. They believe that each celestial body acts as a great magnet leading a person on to his destiny. Whether you have faith in this or not I am sure that you will find it interesting to indulge in the study of the stars. I did this one evening, and to my surprise I found the future lives of my classmates fascinating. Service in the United States Army is predicted for Hugh Quinn by Sagittarius. Early in 1949 he will make a long trip. Hugh has always wanted to go to China, hasn't he? Later being influenced by domestic signs, Mr. Quinn will spend most of his life trying to earn enough to keep a maid to help his wife with her work, and trying to teach his six children to be great basketball players. Venus will wonder if she has not planted herself in the wrong house when she finds Marjorie Wood keeping the home fires burning in a small cottage. Can it be that her sign, without intent, has endowed Margie with classic Libran perfection? Her emotional dic- tator has led many young Libra natives into the modeling profession. However, Marjorie claims she will remain at home while her husband is off marching. In the next decade Scorpio will ascend slowly, and even at times retrace his path. Marie Stanton's career will rise and fall just as will her sign, but by the time that the zenith is reached and maintained Marie will be widely known as one of the greatest commercial artists of the twentieth century. Loretta Nichols was born under Scorpio. Loretta will dedicate most of her life to the care of disabled veterans, for she is destined to become an army nurse. Another girl who will become a nurse is Mary Hunihan. The gentleness of touch, the kind personality of Taurus born women can lead them into no other profession except nursing or marriage. George Mayer's Sagittarius will prove itself to be the dollar sign. In 1967 George will own one of the wealthiest cattle ranches in the West. His prize steers will win national recognition. K PPAX ,' 'WIWTY R15 TAURUS GEMINI 29 mum KNEW! It is known that Capricorn is a difficult master, many, many decisions must be made by one who is ruled by it. In 1947, Emy Lou Strasburger will likely decide to enter nursing school. However, even though it will take up some years of her life, this will not hinder Emy Lou from finding her true position. Music flows deep in the veins of a true Capri- cornian. Miss Strasburger is destined to become a great concert pianist. CWhat! You doubt the stars? Have you ever heard Emy play?J A pattern was set in 1945 and whatever decisions were made then are likely to be carried out by those born under Aries. This means that Lorraine Wheeler will probably continue working for the telephone company and saving her wages for that happy day coming some june. Velma Kovacs' and Carol Clark's horoscopes are so much alike that I am wondering if they will not go into business together. With his Sagittarian given mathematical mind, Burr Morgan will take office in the U. S. Treasury Department in 1955. During that same year, Mary Crouch, also born under Sagittarius, will leave her position as a secretary in the D. M. Read Company to marry a prosperous Newtown farmer. Frank Leaver begins his climb to theatric immortality in 1947. When Capricorn makes a complete cycle and Venus and Leo shake hands or paws, you will find Frank with a headline name and pockets lined with lucre. In 1958 the winning girl will enter Frank's life-a southern belle with a sense of humor and enough Yankee sense to come in out of the rain. No matter how drastic circumstances become in the future years, there is strong evidence in the stars that our class will land on its feet, and probably in a better position than before. No, I am not an astrologer, but I can predict that the class of '46 will succeed in bringing honor to its school. What each individual of this class will accomplish in the years to come-heaven only knows. -MARTHA ROTHE. Yi? iiiiflr fx I s we mi N 4 X ,ef I 4 t an g 1 We . 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X . ,A I I A Mme MMG SENIOR GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Israel Nezvesky, joan Whittle, Mary Lou Bradley, Nancy Baxter, Burr Morgan, Marie Cavanaugh, Emy Lou Strasburger, Shirley Beardsley, Sheila Liskin. Second Row, Left to Right: Lois Ferris, Virginia Drew, Marie Stanton, Velma Kovacs. Third Row, Left to Right: Gladys Calkins, Ann Lawler, Loretta Nichols, Lorraine Wheeler. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Wilma Rahikka, Brendon jones, Carolyn Hanf. JUNIOR GLEE CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Berglund, Nancy Scott, Barbara Drew, joan Pelletier, Audrey Wood, Doris Pully, Regina Marcinek, Carol Ajer, Ann Budd. Second Row, Left to Right: Mary Starr Smith, Joan Glover, Gertrude Ray, Geraldine Maurer. Third Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Vaughan, Doris janocsko, Janice Northrop, Virginia Di Vesta, Victoria Boyle, Mary Pat Carroll. Fourth Row, Left to Right: joan Pully, Mary Cullens, Jean Taylor, Elaine Oberstadt. ---T----f -A 'A A ,,.,L , A, ,Lb-. , , N t :QM-my '.fj?i gl K ,. v ff, nw nl H f A Q it nm ii .-L. , L- 1- , N , -, . 1 Q 5 H 1 xg V ll . 415 . X m . 1 g - W.. E ggarj 3? qparw' ' A Nil I BOYS' BASKETBALL First Row, Left to Right: Randall Watkins, Robert Quinn, Eric Johnson. Second Row, Left to Right: Curtis Chappius, Hugh Quinn, Mr. DeGroat, Burr Morgan, Edmond Farrell. Third Row, Left to Right: Frank Leaver, Millard Goodsell, Jack Cochran, Francis Kilbride, Jack Watkins, Franklin Miller. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Joseph Marcinek, Donald Ferris, Albert Krawiecki, Edward Berry, John Lorenzo, Lee Glover, Joseph Wupperfeld. GIRLS' BASKETBALL yMiss Anderson First Row, Left to Right: Nancy Baxter, Mary Lou Bradley, Shirley Shannon Miss Anderson, Violet Bally, Shirley Beardsley, Marie Cavanaugh. Second Row Left to Right: Doris Janocsko, Mary Pat Carroll, Martha Rothe, Joan Pelletier Audrey Wood, Ruth Karrmann, Bernice Carty, Audrey Kalmbacher, Ruth Smith Mary Hawley, Ruth Kearns, Virginia Drew, Patricia Perry, Marie Stanton. 1 Wg' is S. X X ' xi g A f' -' 25' 1 Fw in El KN E A w. ,V , fx , ,,f iff f .x.V , PM 5 Li ? ' 'H' 1 W5 A x M , : X Q45 ' M W ff' -'W H 91215 ,i ,, fy, M , V W X' ' Q ,L i wg. mf l . bs , 4. . ... .iv My ,, J Q., W .J .yi ...vfww we. . S X R .xx ,Q-X . k", .309 , Mt ,W A ,fm ' 'ff- Q N . . : is Sw' x X. . - - Y X X xx 25451 A ,L K Sm? lk '- X 'K f L. Qs. ww K .Qt i- I s -sg 315 x . x l A tv A W v an ,Q Q Q 1 E f 1- 1 , Q-'ng' Q X X. kg : ,. ' 4 in W . , M ., Xxx' ' ' R 'N x -, 3527 , " M, cg if , V fx f K . ,lk - 1 rf NN P .5 ., ' .f -Y x ' A ,m 'b - ,wb ' v 5. 1 - g Q i 4 e'1ftf,EJE.x wfigfsf.. - ww 'S' A In L px W f am N. . 5 X ' W is 5- wi " 1 J ,,., Jigs? W w ...J ' X I - r 11"-ref.-W' -HS' A 2122 1. I .Q.. ...M Lx,.k ..,., ,assay 3, -W mlb' g t. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION First Row, Left to Right: Marie Cavanauyh Miss Anderson, Mr. DeGroat, Loretta Nichols, Marie Stanton. Second Row, Left to Right: Patricia Perry, Nancy Baxter, joseph Wupperfeld, Frank Leaver. Third Row, Left to Right: Jack Cochran, Curtis Chappius, Hugh Quinn. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB First Row, Left to Right: Ruth Berglund, Janice Northrop, joan Glover, Helga Doehne, Mary Kearns, Mary Cullens, janet Berglund, Katherine O'Conr1or, Mary Karrmann. Second Row, Left to Right: Barbara Drew, Barbara Kuhne, Nancy Scott, Sheila Liskin, Catherine Quinn, Regina Marcinek, Mary Elizabeth Meade, Mary Lou Lane, Gertrude Ray, Susan Lawlor, Marie Conger. Third Row, Left to Right: Ruth Mayer, Eleanor Crouch, Maureen Maulick, Mary Starr Smith, Betty Jane Seaman, Violet Bally, Irene Hornbcck, Evelyn Coddington. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Sheila Steck, Dorothy Cole, Geraldine Maurer, Alice Mary Carey, Marie Casey, Virginia Drew, Jean Wildmatz, Nora Healy, Fifth Row, Left to Right: joan Pully, Carol Ajer, Ann Budd, Evelyn Koch, Jean Taylor, Ruth Smith, Ruth Kearns, Joyce Billings, Ann Kalmbacher. ,.... it Q -r - ' H' 4 ,g- ,.,, --.. , - -. r at M rm . . -. it-sax, Q 1 i E Qkmwff THE FABRIC FIRE HOSE CQMPANY .SXXWNQWW .Qmdy Hook, Connectztul O C ompliment: of LORENZO'S GRILL Riverside-on-Lake Zoar ROBERT HAWLEY ' The Place Where Good Friends Meet' NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT ' X ' Lou Lorenzo, Proprietor O The Seaman-Lynch Hardware Company, Inc. Phone 2520 Houseware - Hardware Keystone Paints Electrical and Plumbing Supplies O C omplimentr of JOHN MANN and Fixtures REAL ESTATE 50 White Street Danbury, Conn. . 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SENIOR Lumber BETHEL CONNECTICUT KNAPP 86 TRULL Meats General Merchandise Groceries Free Delivery Telephones 8 and 9 N EWTOWN CONNECTICUT Complimentx 0 f WIRTHMORE GRAIN and COAL COMPANY Telephone Trumbull 252 STEPN EY CONNECTICUT 'A' ir ir PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 44 ' C ompliments 0 f PENNY BROOK STABLES O RIDING ACADEMY Phone Newtown 10 - 12 N EWTOWN CONNECTICUT THE EDMOND TOWN HALL Home of the Latest Talking Pictures Newtown, Connecticut Compliments of MRS. JOHN F. ROSS Compliments of A. W. RASMUSSEN O Botsford, Conn. PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 45 Laura L. Knapp Agnus Smith COLONIAL BEAUTY SALON Persofznl Serrice For Beaulyfv Sake ATCHISON BLOCK PHONE Newtown, Conn. 450 Compliment: of I THE NEWTOWN ICE COMPANY Newtown, Conn. Compliments of A Friend Compliments of W. F. DESMOND, M.D Newtown, Conn. PLATT'S LUMBER YARD Everything for Building Hawleyville Connecticut Compliments of W. A. HON AN General Merchandise Grain - Feed Hawleyville, Conn. PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS PLASTIC MOULDING CORPORATION SANDY HOOK, CONN. THE TERRY LUMBER COMPANY BETHEL CONNECTICUT PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 47 Compliments of MARTIN SEALANDER R. H. HOLCOMB Real Estate and Builder Newtown, Conn. C omplimentx of THE LIVE and LEARN 4-H CLUB Telephone 357-2 SUCCESS T0 THE SENIORS MARIAN LEWIS, Leader 1 WEST STREET NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT , i' 'A' 'A' C omplimentf 0 f NEWTOWN COAL and GRAIN COMPANY Compliment! of See Us for O Complete Line of Building Supplief Phone 81 NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT I L . 8: M . G A R A G E Compliments of ,k i, if A Friend STEPNEY CONNECTICUT PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 48 you Portraits 163 Main Street Next to the Palare Tbeatre Danbury, Conn. STURDEVANT'S PHOTO SHOP 278 Main Street Danbury, Conn. THE CORBETT 8: CROWE Telephone is 35 COMPANY KEANE Radio Supplies and Service Drugg'-'L' of Neu'f0u"' 'md Everything Electrical Sandy Hook Newtown, Conn. Compliments of J. J. WUPPERFELD Botsford, Connecticut o Compliments of THOMAS F. BREW Contractor Sandy Hook, Conn. Compliments of The Park Diner Phone 493 Danbury - Newtown Road Sandy Hook Barber Shop Newtown Barber Shop Paul Provenzano, Mgr. Edward S. Pitzschler, Prop. Expert Workmanship "lt Pays lo Look Well" Newtown, Conn. PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS Compliments of V Compliments of ACME LAUNDRY ROCKY HILL POULTRY FARM Danbury Conn Botsford Connecticut George M Stuart, Inc INSURANCE Consult Your Insurance Agent as You Would Your Doctor or Lawyer NEWTOWN CONN BEN D SMITH ROBERT DEAN HISTON Electrzcal and Radzo Re azrs PAINTER and DECORATOR Telephone 17 12 NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT Newtown Conn Complzmentf of S CURTIS 8: SON Inc ESTABLISHED 1845 Mfr: of FOLDING PAPER BOXES Sandy Hook Connecncur . 9 , . . . 4 , . O . I . . P . l , . , O . , . PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 50 C omplimentx of T H E K E G S Newtown Connection i' 'A' ir C om plzments o WILLIAM C BAXTER HAWLEY MANOR The Street NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT County Real Estate Newtown Conn R S WATKIN S MACHINE SHOP SANDY HOOK CONN Its Rzcbness Dzstmguzshes It Easzly Newtown Conn Telephone 111 H G WARNER General Merchandise b Super Servnce Stores Sandy Hook Conn ' f BOYSON'S DAIRY . Mem er of PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR AD Sl VERTISERS C Complimentr of RUSSELL F. STRASBURGER V.M.D. Compliments of I Compliments WALTER L. GLOVER of Newtown, Conn. A Compliments of T H E P I N E S NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT TROESSER'S GROCERIES Compliments of DEALER in GROCERIES ANN and MILT'S FILILING STATION I ESS0 GAS ,md ACCESSORIES , Tele hone Newtown 1 Newtown, Connectxcut P BOTSFORD CONNECTICUT PLEASE PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS 52 C omplimentf of AUSTIN DINKLER PHOTOGRAPHER and PHOTO FINISHER SANDY HOOK CONNECTICUT C omplimentf o JOSEPH M COLLINS CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Telephone 165 - 19 SANDY HOOK CONNECTICUT DICKINSON S SERVICE STATION A F SLIM DICKINSON P op Telephone 440 SOUTHBURY LUMBER COMPANY SOUTHBURY CONNECTICUT C omplzmentf 0 CLAUDE H LEWIS CARPENTER NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT Complzmentx of ALBERT S RADIO SERVICE 9 Crosby Street DANBURY CONNECTICUT TOMLINSON S TAXI SERVICE For Newtown and Vzczmty WILLIS TOMLINSON Prop Phone 559 NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT LOVELL S GARAGE FORDS SALES SERVICE N EWTOWN CONNECTICUT f , O , , " " I , r . Newtown - Sandy Hook Road . . f . O I 53 AMARAIJS Service Station CHRYSLER -PLYMOUTH Telephone 7 South Ma1n Street NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT ORRIN W MILLS REALESTATE Farm! Home: and Acreage NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT C omplzmentx of LIBERTY GARAGE NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT CLUB 6 25 BETHEL SHOE STORE LoU1s CAROSELLA Prop Florfloezm and Freeman Shoe! or Men D R Clmyef Slaoef for Clozldren 109 Greenwood Avenue BETHEL CONNECTICUT C omplimentx of , I ' f O 54 C omplimenn of 1.13. EGEE,M.D. NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT C omplimentf 0 f CHARLES H. PECK Sr..and jr. Compliment! of Z O A R B F A C H Stevenson Dam POST 308 Veteran: of Foreign Warf NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT STEVENSON CONNECTICUT RAY MASON LEONARD, Inc. 991 Main Street C ompliment: of GEORGE G. CANFIELD PAINTER and DECORATOR NEWTOWN CONNECTICUT C omplimentx of Telephone 4-8956 CASTLE HILL FARM PASTEURIZED and RAW MILK Direct from Farm lo You SAM PAPROSKI, Prop. 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