Newtown High School - Bugle Yearbook (Newtown, CT)

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Vg ' 5 v T A A 4 ,xv T' X .xikgxvlyx-lv nw- "" ' v y X I Q A I l 5 Z' TQPQQX X Dedication To Mr Walter Los We, the class of 1958 dedicate this our final creative effort, ln tribute to the skull and everlasting he has instructed us . I . . I . patience, always touched with good humor, with which , if FACULTY I v Superintendent . . Principal ....... Assistant Principal and French . Guidance ...... English and History ..... Chemistry and Physics . . .. . Commercial Subjects Indusuial Arts ....... Mathematics ..... General Science and Biology . English ........ Home Economics . . Physical Education . Physical Education . Art ...... Eighth Grade .... Eighth Grade QEnglishj . . . Eighth Grade and English . . . Eighth Grade and Social Studies . Business Education and Social Studies English and Social Studies . . . English and Languages . Music ..... Agricultural Arts . Mathematics . School Nurse .... Dental Hygienist .... Secretary to Superintendent . . Secretary to Principal . . . MR, CARL A, LeGROW, B,S,, M.A. MR, JAMES HINCKLBQ Ed, M., B.S, in Ed, . . MR, JOSEPH OZANNE, A, B., M, A, MRS, FRANCES S, GOODSELL, A.B. , M.A. . MISS KATHLEEN DOLAN, A, B,, M, A, . . . MR, WALTER Los, A,B,, M.A. . Miss EILEEN BRENNER, S.B., M.A. . . . . MR, ROBERT HESS, B,S, . MRS, CLEMENCE DUHAMEL, B, A, Bach, of pedagogy . . . MRS, IRENE GOODSELL, A.B. . . MR, MICHAEL WOLFER, B,s,, M.A. . MRS, ELIZABETH PARRELLA, B. s., M.A. . . MISS ANN ANDERSON, B, A,, M,A, . . MR, HAROLD DCGROAT, B. P. E, . Miss IRENE IJOFTUS, B, s,, M,A, . MR, JOHN SWEENEY, B, S., M,A, . MR, ROBERT KEANE, B,s,, M.A. . . . MR, ROBERT CATO, B.A, . . . MR, LOUIS DBPAUL, B,A, . MR. KENNETH PICKERING, B, E, . . MR, STUART KELLER, B,A, . . MRS, MIRIAM SCHULZE, A, B, . MR, WILLIAM JONES, B,M,, M.M, . MR, VINCENT GAFFNEY, B, S, . . MR, PAUL KRAUSE, A.B. . MISS MARTHA KLINE, B, S, . . MRS, DOROTHY LEWIS . MRS, EDITH DUNCAN . . MRS, WARREN DAYTON L q L A Q IIRST ROW LEFI TO RIGHT Steve K vacs Bert Shankrnan Car 11 Pekar Jean Jandreau Barbara Mable Roberta Duncan Fred Rees Edwin Weber SECOND ROW Mtss Ray Dolan Advlsor Sarah Jay Mehnda Norrls Gall Snyder Susan Hillnck Veronrca Locke lN1lI'1lI'l Sl cum Kate Greene Joanne Samperl THIRD ROW Hazel Kuhne Bob Preudfoot Cartnl Marrotte Sherman Gaffney Sarah Jackson Barbara Sult Eugene Campbell Judy Tenney FOURTH ROW Jacquellne Bentcn Jack Qubrck Mlchael Lrllnek Graham Lord Russell Mana Hr lly Karnas YEARBOOK STAFF CO EDITORS Barbara Mable Roberta Duncan l:LlW1Il Weber BUSINESS MAN AGER Cartl Pekar SUBSCRIPTION MAN XGER Steve Kovacs PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR Bert Shankrnan ART EDITOR Jean Iandreau 4 I w 9 rw ' 1 lx 1 K r ' 1 I . ' ' . ,' ' v' . I I I s 0 l D ', xt ', n , 2 , ' f , 2 I' -I' . . ' V. f w f 1' I ' ' I l I k I 1 1 ' . ' Y I l ' ' D I F - k . I I Y I r I w ' EDITOR . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . Fred Rees 'I G . . . 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EpE BENTON Jackre N- Den1zen of Hawleyvllle profrctent roller skater penny for her thoughts Achxevements F N A 3 4 Basketball 3 Fern G1rls 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Prom Commtttee 3 N 1 Wwf I jk, .r'-- 'ffr EUGENE CA MPBELL Porky Gene Porkchops Walkmg encyclopedta well versed on almost any toplc practrces buffoonery possesses a famtly tartan Achtevements Chorus I Dramatlc Club I Talent Show I Audubon Club I Gym Show I 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Forum 4 CHF C, UNH, LY yffqftl IVHC Q24 JAMES MICHAEL COSTELLO Mlke Cutch Class l11l1put1an member of C C C Ivy league dresser a Fa1rf1e1d1te duty whrte bucks and rolled up cuffs Ach1evements Fa1rf1e1d Prep IntramuralBasketbal1I 2 3 Intramural Football I 2 3, Track 2 J V Baseball 2 Chemrstry Club 3 6 C , V V A X lx LQ5yM1Xn,f be 'X ' - C - I L Vw J B , ' 9 7 5 .4 '4 TJ N- 3 . .3 Y' Q9 . X ,Q , A ,, .. L, ., I J 4' og Q1 f If + I ML , PAW f V 1 of ry! J I 1 L AX Q16 'f 'W C K I VI ' Lx I 1. A! 'V' ' I' Af f . . 3 j rf 5 1 AMW-P fm AXIXKX ff' "Y-0 PAUL DAVIS ave Hot Rod Hot rodder from Brookfreld one of F F A threesome sharp wrt, Achrevemenrs J V Basketball r F F A Basketball 1, 3 4 F F A 12,3 4 TrackTeam2 F F A Frre Crew 1,2 3 4 Gym Show 2,3 ROBERTA ELIZABETH DUNCAN Bert Dunc Orrgmal connectrons rn offrce ever falthful to a certam Scot elle parle francals Jazz cat one of the Three Musketeers Achrevements Student Councrl I Talent Show I Dra matrc Club 2 3 Class Treasurer 3 Fern G1r1 3 Yearbook staff 3 Student Councrl Store Clerk 3 Student Town Government Day 3 Bank Teller 3 Laurel Guls State presentatrve 3 Prrx d Honneur 3 Yearbook Co edrtor 4 Class Presrdent 4 beer XL. nk bear ,Q stef Jr Joh P AM a 'S-ax WILLIAM FERRY 1 Burck bomber brg blue eyes possessor of Herculean strength races rn from Reddrng Achrevements F F A I 2 3 4 F F A Frre Captam , I ,Alma .fx WU! "E "AN ULJ 7' 7 SHERMAN PAUL GAEFNEY Sherm Ltkes convertrbles accommodatrng smrle I 11 tell Papa parttal to brunettes for some reason Achrevements I V Basketball I 2 Student Councrl I 2 3 Juntor Class Vrce Prestdent Yearbook Staff 4 SARAH BLANN JACKSON Cactus A born leader always the dogmattc Democrat hot fodder ID a certarn VW Achlevements Chorus I Bank Teller 2 UN Essay Con test 2 Moms Essay Contest 2 Assrstant Newspaper Ed Itor 2 Class Secretary 3 Class V106 Presldent 4 Student Coun c1l Representattve 2 V1ce Presldent 3 Presrdent 4 Drama uc Club I 2 3 Presrdent 2 3 Newspaperl 2 4 George Trull Award 3 Softballl 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 3 4 Soccer 2 3 Freld Hockey 4 Gym Show 2 3 Yearbook Staff 2 4 Prom Commrttee 3 Fern Grrl 3 Student Town Government Day 3 JEAN MARY JANDREAU Iean1e Drng 1tl peppy c rleader has a certaln Eastonran alwa s a ball mod 1sh dresser 1 ne grggle Achrev rusl Bank Tellerl A A Secretary CHI4 Cheerleadrng 2 3 4 Gym tu nt Town Government Day Prom Chau ar ok rt Edrtor 4 Class Soctal Drrector 3 I if rag 'wfws -'7 MM QW' , Law ,Wt the cv!-WWPVWE' ' 1'l4f'f4'u"LiA JM A ' I 4, 7 jfucfk W' M HOLLY ANN KAMAS "Ho1" 'Hol-bol" No inhibitions a good sport in every way . our future teacher avid Ted Williams fan genuinely likeable Achievements- Basketball 2 3 4- Softball 2 3 4- Class Treasurer 1' Yearbook Staff 4' Prom Committee 3' School Store Treasurer 3 4 A A Treasurer 4 Student Town Govemment Day 3 Gym Show 2 3 F T A 3 4 F T A President 3 Fern Gul 3 HEATHER BETSY KING V Equine artist Still waters run deep flair for writ in natural blond 8 Achievements Chorus I F N A 3 Fern G1r13 Prom Committee 3 MTQQQ w,wN ariism ALFRED MATHEW KILLING A ladykrller cute answers rn class considerate eff ervescent persona lrty Achievements Gym Show 3 Yearbook Staff 4 N- sf? 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All Xa V' W l 2 P Q, l ' 5' ' 14 ' OX y Q X X 'GJ ' N ry' txt wk MWWQ WW WCM Mvwhlf WJ we bf 9 VXNICA LEE LOCKE sifonnie The long, long tratler enthustastic about life greg arious pleasant disposition our New Jersey recrutt, Achlevements Point Pleasant Beach High School, N J Glee Club I, 2, Library Councll I Nurses Club 2,3 Teachers Club 3, Prom Commlttee 3, Newtown Year book Staff 4, Basketball 3, 4 1 Vwfw BARBARA NANCY MABLE ar Importedfrom Stamford Meticulous in all her work always ready to laugh member of Three Musketeers attractlve Achlevements Stamford Htgh School Badmmton Club 2, Bowlmg Club 2, Archery Club 2, Newtown Prom Commlttee 3, Fern Gul 3 Co edttor of Yearbook 4 Class Secretary 4 5 11 GRAHAM FREDERICK LORD Graylord Graham Cracker Says he never stud1es, but, Hummm bellowmg laugh dignifled and mascultne Ach1evements J V Baseball 1,2 Student Councrl 3 Yearbook staff 4, Varstty Baseball 3 4 Varsxty fwXQ5X EY -fav x M 1 6- C7 1, J? xy f I RUSSELL EUGENE MANZ 'Russ' 'Manzie' Ambulatory sound man. . .snappy dresser. . . God's gift to women personality plus Achievements Soccer 3 4, Dramatic Club I, Hay shaken 3, Orchestra 1, Yearbook Staff 4, Student Town Government Day 3, Prom Committee 3 CAROL ANN MARROTTE uz Lady dragger keen wit, switchboard sergeant, it's A1. always ready with a droll comment. Achievements Chorus I Yearbook Staff 4. X. XLQ' .AL X, y K., ix t f SQL s, D 4 U wx MELHQDA LOU NORRIS Tillle Just bombm' around always considerate chaln of admtrers Monroller Musketeer heartbreaker Achrevemenm Chorus 1,2, Dramatic Club 1 2,3,4 Queen Street Journal I,2,3,4, Softball 3,4 Fern Girl 3, Prom Decorating Chairman 3 Bank Teller 3 Year book staff I,2,3,4, Bee Reporter 4, Pennysaver Re porter 4 F T A 4, Talent Show I,2, Class Soctal Committee 4 Q.. . : . - Q - assign nc or l.. Ol O. 3 3 i .fn NA X54 It 4 .945-4 N' ,, L " ' rf-9 diff . Q X mf' 31 , N' ,f X X LQ 'XXX n' , X- .WL k L 'Vx C' AZN ., If," L, 3 C, Cfx' Q ,4 2 k - . K1 KLQ 'N LX cnt ' 4 ' nligqki, D - ay K . lil .fl . III .IO I.. . 2 ' s 3 ' 3 s 3 3 - l 4 12 KENNETH EDWARD PECK Kenny Sklp Retiring hkes to customrze his own car lxves con servative ltfe class sleeper Achievements F F A I 2,3,4 F F A Fire Crew I, 2 3 4, F F A Basketball Manager 4, F F A Basket ball 4 gf Alxbadhwv JQJKWQW fiat CAROLYN ANN PEKAR Carol Carrle Neat, engaging smile water skimg enthusrast con sctentious worker scholasuc ab1hty Achievements Chorus I, Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 2, Rmg Comnuttee Chairman 2, Prom Comnuttee 3, Dra mauc Club Secretary 3 Class Treasurer 4, Yearbook Staff 4, F T A 4 Student Town Government Day 3 I hope qu Ex ci 4 Sutcv. qwe A t- L ACL E UTM I JOHN JOSEPH QUBICK ack Cue Ball Outdoor man femalephobe most falthful Yankee fan all around athlete Achrevemenm Varsrty Baseball 1,2,3 4 J V Bas ketball 2 Yearbook staff 4 Varslty Soccer 3 Www rwfc , 41 'VW' fcffff M Q, f l Nfflydjb L W ,Z LJ MILLER FREDRIC mass Fred Bmk Practical, conservative member of the C C C The Gentleman majors 1l'l exploslves dev1hsh at umes all Amerlcan boy Ach1evements Band 1, Student Councll I,2,3 Bank Teller I,2, Safety Councll I, Class President 3 Nut meg Boys' State Representauve 3 Dramauc Club V1ce President 4 Yearbook Edltor 4 J V Basketball 2 Prom Committee 3 Social Commlttee 4 Student Town Government Day 3 Teen Canteen Representauve 4 rebnxx-S J J,y.'4-N,L 'lmxkxx Vx JOANNE MARIE SALMPER1 N Qx' N KY Q s X Wf s Peute wE1'at1LTA1x1y wavy Ilan Extdept at typmg loqua clous Achlevementx Chorusl Soccer3 Prom Commlttee 3, Softball 3 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Cheerleadlng 4 ,L 5 gli r k' Is.-s yig :AJ wg lr GEORGE ALLEN SCOTT Scotty Snappmg brown eyes steady dr1ves Ins brother's Chrutmas tree Achlevements F F A Basketba1l4 F F A Chaplain 4, F F A F1re Crew 4, Gym Show 2 Yearbook Staff 4 14 Ffa me LJ , J ,V 1- 'cw -Lif- ' M- - '7 'M - . j- Q 'fv A V - 'CW '-UQL' La I C K , ly 2 , K 4 yy gf n n u ' so OO. . 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J BERTON LEoN SHANKNMN Btn Eggspurt camera bug mfecuous grm clever bust nessman aversron to French Achlevements I V Baseball 1 Yearbook Photography Edrtor 4 Prom Commrttee 3 BARBARA ANN SULT Barb Always has a boy on the string boundless energy coy best female athlete rmpeccably groomed has vaned mteresrs ready for fun Achievements Basketball 1 2,3 4, Softball 2,3,4 Soc cer 2,3, Volleyball Tournament 2, 3 Student Town Gov ernment Day Fern G1r1 3, Bank Teller 3 Chorus I Prom Commlttee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 ALFRED ARTHUR TEMPLE Albie Wholly and holey Fords good natured gentleman farmer umque pet expressrons Achievements Student Couucll Representatlve I F F A Presldent 4, F F A Secretary 3 F F A Bas ketball 3, F F A F1re Crew I,2,3 4, ' K X X kfvvvx, Lis rw -X111 ' X S-,JE X Qi JBL , x.J'ifA!J-JAQ! - -if -,, 4 X ' 1 DONALD C RLES TR fl' IUDITH ANN TENNEY udy ute Our class Venus all lady often in deep thought reserved Acluevements Class Secretary 1,2, Chorus I Dramauc Club Treasurer 3 Prom Committee 3 Student Town Government Day 3, Fern Gul 3, Student Council Cxvic Director 3 Student Councll V1ce Presldent 4, Yearbook Staff 4 Softball 1 2,3 4 Basketball 1 2,3 4 Bank Teller 3 Soccer 2, 3 MM ,ff Sur feet two, eyes of blue Ivy Le r humonst, d1l1gent worker Achlevemenrs I V Basketball 1, Vars1ty Basketball 3 Class V1ce President 2 Student Councll 2 Rlllg Commxttee 2 EDWIN WEBER Eddy F l'l.tZ Implsh member of C C C our forelgn ambassador asplres to be an engmeer f1end1sh glggle Achxevements Orchestra I Student Councll 2 4, Class Treasurer 2 Prom Commxttee 3, A A President 4 Yearbook Co ed1tor 4, Student Town Government Day 3 Bank Teller 2 Gym Show 2 3 -D ev' . K Y . ,fs 'bv' I6 'lwu lfiuvff Q5-MQ will flvu, CHRISTOPHER WECHTER Chris Amiable thoughtful smokes a mean cigarette bursts forth with unexpected comments Achlevements Yearbook staff 4, W4 MM jr JOHN WRABEL Expressrve blue eyes ag student from Monroe class bonecrusher subtle sense of humor Achrevemenls J V Basketball r, Baseball I,2, F F A Basketball I 2,3,4 Track Team 2, F F A Fire Crew I,2, 4 F F A I2 3,4, Gym Show 2,3, F F A Vice Presrdent 4 F F A Reporter 3 MICHAEL JOHN ZILINEK Mlckey Mechanxcally inclined teacher's pet penchant for sharp clo es self conscious Watchamacalht Achiev ents J V Basketball I, Semor Band 1 Se or chestral Yearbook Staff 4, Talent Show n Q My B 9 Q f FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Joanne Samperl Jean Jandreau, Hazel Kuhne, Carol Pekar, Sarah Jack son Roberta Duncan Barbara Mable Judrrh Tenney Veromca Locke MelmdaNorr1s SECOND ROW Edwm Weber Eugene Campbell, Carol Marrotte, Barbara Sult, Sherman Gaffney Bert Shankman Al bert Temple Kenneth Peck, Paulme Fell Fred Rees THIRD ROW Steve Kovacs Heather Krng Jac quehne Benton Russell Manz, George Scott M1chae1 Z1l1nek, John Wrabel, Alfred Krllrng Jack Qubrck Holly Kamas ,FOURTH ROW Chustopher Wechter, Graham Lord, Donald Trudeau, B111 Ferry, Danrel Knopf X X ' SENIOR CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Roberta Duncan VICE PRESIDENT Sarah Jackson SECRETARY Barbara Mable TREASURER Carol Pekar 18 Q Q - A I 3 ll ' 1 c n . o D a , to 3 o 9 9 ' 1 I 'Q n I p I I ' . . . . .. . . . . fu, in '04f'J. " fin' R -"S T 5 A - 1' thu F. ,I -y J .'- , ' if - ln' K -7 XX ' -I . q.Jfu J I A xy X ,, . gfxf I 'YH 1 . . CLASS HISTORY oments To Remember O Glor1ous day! We began h1gh school under the utle of Class of 58 Now the fun begrns so we thought But before long ll became obvlous that work would have to be mmgled w1th pleasure 11ke takmg an asptrm rmxed wtth sugar lt had the same effect, remembermg the sweet taste of the sugar wh1le the asp1r1n secretly worked tts wonders Dut1ng our Freshman year, wrth Mtss Mack now Mrs Goodsell Jr , as our advlsor, we held our frrst dance whtch was preceded by several food sales At the end of the year we had our class p1cn1c at Lake Quassapaug Our Sophomore soc1al events began w1th a masquerade dance Everyone knew who everyone else was, but we had fun anyway In November Mlss Brenner our advmsor saw us through many class meet mgs concerntng the ordenng of our class rmgs We went roller skattng and sw1mm1ng that year and agam held our class p1cn1c at lake Quassapaug Mr Prckermg steered us through our Junlor year We gave the Jumor Prom, although who would have thought that w1th all the stormy meeungs II would have turned out as well as tt d1d That year we recetved our class rmgs wh1ch proved that we belonged to N l-I S Flnally we reached our Ser11or year and we allplanned to have a ball At the spaghetu supper Mtss Dolan s Emxly Post went out the wtndow and all were thoroughly stuffed We went carolmg at the Farrfteld State Hospttal and then serenaded the nerghborhood around the School The b1g Semor soc1al event WINTER WONDERLAND was a success Almost everyone tn the Sentor Class went. The yearbook was the major proJect Scourrng the town for ads and gettrng pages tn by the deadlrne dates was back breakmg work, but fun In March we went to New York to see the U N Butldmg and a movte, Henry V We began plans for the play at that ume also It seemed that the Semor year brought us all together and really was the 1c1ng on the cake By Holly Kamas I9 QQ 99 . . . ' . ' i . . . . . I . . . . . I . ' . ' 0 . . 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Qemaaa ... - Wed llke to see JACKIE BENTON go out wuh a boy from Newtown EUGENE CAMPBELL wlthour an answer MIKE COSTELLO w1r.hout a 11ne PAUL DAVIS IH a Chevy ROBERTA DUNCAN use a d1cr1onary BILL FERRY 1n Bermuda shorts SHERMAN GAFFNEY get mad SARAH JACKSON walk up IOWII JEAN JANDREAU w1th a poodle haxr cu HOLLY KAMAS buy a D1x1e Cup AL KILLING lose hls many admlrers HEATHER KING scream DAN KNOPF make a f1ve day week STEVE KOVA CS admlt he s wrong HAZEL KUHNE Wllh the same han do twrce RONNIE LOCKE 1n a bad mood GRAHAM LORD admlt he d1d homework BARBARA MABLE dolng the Mmuet RUSS MANZ not makmg queer nolses LIN NORRIS w1rhout a boyfuend KEN PECK awake for a whole perlod CAROL PEKAR act undlgnlfred JACK QUBICK Wllh a glrl FRED REES wnh long ha1r IOANNE SAMPERI at a Ioss for words GEORGE SCOTT as M1ss Dolan s per BERT SHANKMAN Wlfh a frown BARB SULT stand sull AL TEMPLE braggmg .JUDY TENNEY Wllh her han stralght DON TRUDEAU go out w1th a mldger ED WEBER flunk CHRIS WECHTER type 30 w p m JOHN WRABEL take a Charles Atlas Course MICKEY ZILINEK r1d1ng a b1cycIe 21 ee 9 - ,av O ' ' 1... KA' if t . . + 'QXFE' :Em 5 Q lim FU' 'Qqni' wal? new ,Q am ,si ....,,NN for bf di-fl lf! "-Y may R94 J HMM X fi irmm 22 z , ni ' , 1 2 ' Q v W .XN if ' 'w "'Chr-4 MICKEY ZILINEK leaves hrs blue suede shoes JOHN WRABEL and DANNY KNOPF leave their red V neck sweaters I, CHRIS WECHTER, leave my rob at the A8tP to be passed on rn future years I, ED WEBER leave my crew cut to the future mem bers of the C C C DON TRUDEAU leaves his height to anyone who may need rt. JUDY TENNEY leaves her procrastination to some unfortunate Junior To George Powell ALBERT TEMPLE leaves his Chucky boy BARBARA SULT leaves her ladylrke scream I, BERT SHANKMAN leave my shovel to some de serving Junior I, GEORGE SCOTT, leave to the Junior Class e heart breaks of a Senior JO SA MPERI leaves her big brown eyes to work won- ders for someone else FRED REES leaves his growl for some underdog I, JA CK QUBICK leave my ability to make bas kets at crucial moments. CAROL PEKAR leaves her jumbled Senior treasury book to some unfortunate Junior. I, KENETH PECK, leve the chrome from my '50 Chevy convertible to someone in the Junior Class. MELINDA NORRIS leaves her string of boys to any- one who has a line. RUSSELL MANZ leaves his sleek physique to some lucky sheik. BARBARA MABLE leaves her love of rock nroll , the chicken and the stroll to Darcy Halstead GRAHAM LORD leaves his Chevrolet to Steve Roma, so he can Junk hrs wrapped wreck RONNIE LOCKE leaves her new Jersey citizenship to anyone who wants to live there HAZEL KUHNE leaves her love for Shakespeare to anyone who wants rt STEVE KOVACS leaves hrs parking space for Skrp luf s hot Ford I HEATHER KING, leve my spelmg ability to anyone who neds et AL KILLING wills all the Freshman girls to Seniors of 59 HOLLY KAMAS leaves her nervous Jrtters to an other unlucky crrtter JEAN JANDREAU leaves her pearls to all the girls SARAH JACKSON leaves her ability to fall on s to anyone who thinks he is pretty good SHERMAN GAFFNEY leaves the puppet stage BILL FERRY leaves his sister to bake for the Jun ior foodsales ROBERTA DUNCAN leaves her embroidered book bag filled with jazz records to sister Amy. I, PAUL DAVIS, leave my pass to the principa1's office to Jerry Byman. I, MIKE COSTELLO, leave Newtown. GENE CA MPBELL leaves to the "wise guys" ofthe class of'59 "1ooI Appropriate Jokes ForA1l Occasions. " I, JACKIE BENTON, Leave to Beverly Nelson my HEIGHT. LAST WILL AND TESTAME T UNDERCLASSMEN ,.... QM ff f Q S Q' f x fb ,fl f lV'L!i!rJ.A MV if nz ' H',ff A YA! IQIXSV, J' 5 V 1, If ii Q o Jr f 79" ' 5' f 5' 5' as f' V f 1 , fri, N O 95 . o I wx? N , ,tv x a. I QQ F- ' , I L 1 U O Q 0 2, 5 G fy 3: 0 X O y K U a , 01 I 'X FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Margaret Dtetz Helene Rockwell Susan Rohleder Larrame Bartram Jean WIIRISOH Nancy Maye Guy Cullen, Mary Humeston, Judlth Casey Carol Palm1er1 Jean Stoddard Emelda Walker Amy Duncan Beverly Nelson SECOND ROW Mr Stuart Keller Adv1sor Sandra Downs Charlorre Fern: frmn Qrfvfnc Vane Frppna D A M n rw If Jean Smlth Cralg Brod1e John Saputo Susan Norwell Barbara Ferry Gax1P1tcher Jean DeClement THIRD ROW Judlth L1ebman Arllne lxesslnger Karen Staudmger Gcrrt Obert, Marllyn Trew June Meyers Darcy Halstead JoAnn Andrews Helen Selberg Robln Anderson Sandra Kovacs Gaxl Hannah Judrth Dumas ROS3118 Salabor FOURTH ROW Ford Wolfe George Powell Stephen Roma Davld Byrne Henry Matue Shxrley Cole Margaret Keattng Joyce Carey Sara Ann Garuson Bernard Cas c1o Russell Gulbord Paul Serwackx Raymond Wade Frank Sctbek FIFTH ROW Joanne Hull Caro lyn Scudo, Carolynne Benechct, Curus Taylor James Paproskl James Pully Thomas Dumas Ronald Greenman Stanley Sleberr Dan1el Amaral Charles Fowler Robert Sch1pul Susan Parker Cheryl Smlth ABSENT Rhoda Stes. e P ah'- U IOR CLASS CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDEINT Mary Humeston VICL PRESIDENT Guy Cullen SECRETARY Judlth Casey TREASURLR M hoda Sgetnfeld f I Sponsored oy Ti-,E JLJNIOR CLASS FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT June Brown, Joyce Morlock, Damarts Low, Arthur Peck, Donald Sttckles Anne Phllhps Sklp Luf James Gaffney Judy Nelson, Marlon Slocum John Nlead, Gall Snyder, Carole O Connell Hatrret Fehcella SECOND ROW Maureen Rafferty Laurle Burn, Frances Dayton Carolyn Dlgl1lO, Rlchard Manwarmg, Carl Fedde Joan Nlchols Thomas Conrad, Tlmothy Wren Joy Powell Geraldrne Byrnes, Georg1anna Guthemz, Sarah Swanberg, Gall Crosby THIRD ROW Joyce Johanson Carole Kondrat, Paulette Shaw, Teddy Grafton, John Pavllck, Gary Hoyt, Rtchard Clark, Robert Pltcher, Ronald Botsford Larry Schulze, Susan Storrs, Arlene Kealey, Dorothy lx echter, Lmda Mortensen FOURTH ROXN 'wir Robert Keane Advlsor Adelalde Neustrand Dorothy Valahk, Beverly Janzer, Carol Purat Thelma yIath1son Nancy Rees, L1nda Hennessy, Dolores Brandr, Margaret Jakubauskas, Martha Boruckl Anne NIcGl1nchy, Esther Kuhne Carolyn Boruckr Joan Eslrnger FIFTH ROM Janaes Brshop, Gerald Egan, Charles W alters, Robert Randall Robert Townsend Kenneth Smlth, John Radacsl, Br1an Brlscoe, VI1chaelHagan, Rtchard Rellly James Cooper, Wrlham Cralg, John Mclv hon V1Cky Sanford SIXTH ROM Joseph Jones, Thomas Pully, Alun Anderson, Denls Thom s l Andras 'fb aa',6'1i"fj7!gj SOPHO UREMQILASS .M CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT James Gaffney VICE PRESIDENT XX xlbul' Luf SECRETARY Ihdy Xelson TREASL RER Anne Phllhps SOC15-L DIRECTORS Nlarton Slocum Donald Suckles f-'-Sponsored by THE SOFHOMORE CLASS new ,I - 53 Q A B' . 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I A hr 7' I i7 . nb FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Ernest Rlchard Sarah Jay Ann Ixeustrand Carolyn Byrne John Nomell Carol Keatmg Kate Jackson Gay Parker Mary Palmer Lrnda Crump Llnda Burn D1ane Walker Arthur Crosby Everett Wargo SECOND PL Merrrly deHart Ann McLennan Corrlne Lemb Henry F1g16WSk1 W1ll1am Ames Cllffnftl Beardsiey Jud1thvGrang, Cai-Q1 Stefanko Robert Hooghklrk Ernest Ingram, Malcolm McLachlan JeugLoekwsa.Rl,x Helerr-Clumel Mary Nlerrrll Mrchacl Wolfer vrsor THIRD ROW Allce Qtkn Nfungl Maaomber Beryl Kende MICREL-W? er Marun Kretch Shella Rafferty Carol- BE linay Eva SGQIPCSKDQHICI Bartram Peter'Woodward Nancy Trull Lrnda Trlbby He1d1 Klm, Gaxle Mlller FOURTH ROW Alfred RtlblllSOIl,BCOl'gS Cannon Jonathan Lts Sharon Bradshaw juan Boyce' Mahha Shoplack Karen Magnuson Marllyn Peterson Joyce Denny Bon n1e Paqons Belfy Seidxq,'GaTll3a5settgRoberf'M1-ller ,wlllyam Ohrrsue Carol Cralg FIFTH ROW Wtltlaln A421512 Pamela' Dayton RoDe:gdProudf,oot Dorotlfy Baivden Bonmc Mayberry Ann Coleman 0 F1s'he,r afanegblelrrfs 'Algon Underhrll TrausFulton' QXTH ROW Er1c lxxsula XVl111E:lll'l Clark George Ol1Qg1dC5w3ULR1Lll8l'd Jay Carle L'ee 'Benedact John Taylor Rlchard Coll1ns George Carls n Robert rnbwro, fenms 'Youngs 'Rlchardrgnderberg Wendell Dudley John Messma James Baer n SEVEYTH ROW Harold Monsanto, EugerTe Cox, George Mana Hal Anderson Denms Ostunl Glbs n New man Lawrence Moody Peter Srmon Joel Kunkel Eugene Sweeney Brran Ixeary Robert Lucas Henrr Burgers James Tenney Myron Clarke FRESHMAN J CLASS W F CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT Cay Parker VICE PRLSIDLNT Rate Jackson SECRETARY Mary Palmer TREASURER Car: l he rung xxx Sponsored oy I I-E FRESI-:MAN CLASS Q I A I , O -Ve , xv, I K ,. , . . . 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Q , 0 o x N 5' f 0 I Q FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Dale Perry Sally Swanberg Kate Greene Judy Tenney Sarah Jackson Cheryl Smlth Amy Duncan Joyce Morlock SECOND ROW Tofu Hennessey Laurle Flsher Jehn McMahon Beverly Janzer Joan Eshnger Edwm Weber Mary Merrrll Abby kende THIRD ROW Holly Kamas James Tenney Albert Temple Bernre Cascro Robert Schtpul Robert Wrlkes Rlchard Co1l1ns George Powell, Mary Humeston STUDE T COUNCIL M at IW in Lin 5147, -5. f ttf C' Q L411, S fi 54, FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Cheryl Sllilth Secretary Sarah Jackscn Presrdent M1ss Irene Loftus Advlsor Judy Tenney Vlce Presldent Kate Greene Treasurer SECOND ROW Amy Duncan So c1a1D1rector Sally Swanberg C1v1c Dtrector Mary Humeston School Store Manager Holly Kamas School Store Treasurer STUDE T CDU CIL OFFICERS If '5 I A Y : , D Y 1 I . 1 1 1 : I I va - 1 1 X . . . , - f I Y I I . ' Y I I 1 I i I 1 I ! ' N , - Q . AL big 7.1-C' i . fgfw ' ' .12 -, ,, A if 1,4 , .fm Q -1 y f- X 5' f 1 , ff - ,. 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J, FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Nlancy Rees ftreasurerj Kate Greene Qsecretaryj SECOND ROW Fred Reesfvxce presldentj Mr Keller Mr Wolfer fadvrsorsj Amy Duncan fpresrdentj DRAM TIC CLUB OFFICERS FIRST ROW LEFT TO R14 HT June Brown Xrny Duncan Mr Keller f8dV1SOl', CherxlSm1th Nancy Xlaye fedrtorj Sally Swanbcryp Mr Xwolfer Cadyrsorj Dandy low Sarablay SECOND ROW Maureen Nancy Robrnson Emelda Walker 'IHIRD ROM Marrlyn Trew Helen Selberg, Robert Proudfoot fldclardc Neustrand Peggy Jakubauskas Shuley cole Sara Ann Garrrson Robrn Anderson Geru Ob-,rg FOURTH ROW Nancy Recs Sarah Jackson C.arolScudo Lynne Benedlct Bob Schrpul Vxcky Sanford Susan Parker Anne Beth McGl1nCl1y EWSPAPER STAFF I I 1 , o A : - I ' l ' E I I ' fi M Yi Y , v 'L C I ii 'D .- , J ,s f N , 2 I 3 , r ' , . r I , y' D , - ' v ' - , X f' r' r ' ' ' . ' n 4 ' 1 l ' ' Rafferty, Melinda Norris, Judy' Dumas, Martin Kretsclr, Arline Kessinger, Judy' Dobbs, Kate Greene, A -' ' , ' . 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N N FlRbT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT Merry Sheldon Carl Fedde Carole Sanford Joan Nrchols barah Jay THIRD ROW Teddy Grafton Daud Strckles Hal Anderson Shrrley Cole Robrn Anderson John Tay lor FOURTH ROW Cher lSm1th Ertc 'xrsula Eddle Carroll Ltnda Hennessy Bob Wrlkes George Manz Peter Sunon H ld Monsanto FIFTH ROW Jean Monsanto Robert Lucas lN13l'11yll Peterson Mr W1ll1amJ nes rsorj if B FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT. Sh1rley Cole, 'ylr Joseph Ozanne Qdrrectorj, Robtn anderson. oECOIND ROM Lawrence Schulze, Cheryl bmtth, Russell Guxbord, June Meyers. THE HAYSHAKERS - I . ' ' N . a Q 5 7 3 F- : e - v ' I xr s of XJ s' A 5 C' ' 1 0' , Xt, ll N F w -J X 1 I SECOND ROW: Helen Selberg, Douglas Echols, Ronald Beardsley, Richard Sperling, Tommy Kretsch. If X N ya U FIRST ROW LEFT TO RIGHT fKneel1ngj Rlcharcl Anderberg, Denms Youngs, Ronald Borsford, Gerard Egan STANDING Mr Gaffney, SUPCIVISOI, Everett Wargo, Robert Schtpul JohnWrabe1, George Scott, Danlel Knopf, Albert Temple, Robert M1l1er James Blshop BACK ROW Alfred Rob1nson Wxlbur Luf, Robert Randall, Ford Wolfe, Curus Taylor, W1l11am Ferry, Alv1n Anderson Joel Kunkel, James Bacon, Russell Andrasko, Frank Sc1bek F FIRST ROW KNEELING Chaplaln George Scott, Senunel Raymond Wade SECOND ROW Treas urer Ford Wolfe, Reporter Robert Schlpul, Presrdent Albert Temple Mr Vmcent Gaffney, Advtsor Vtce Prestdent John Wrabel Secretary Dar11el Knopf FFA OFFICER ' : . . . . : . ' ' ' . . . ' . . ,: . ' Y . . , if G A y I FEA 4 E5 T , : ' - ' - . ': - - Q . . - ' . . Y . 3 . - . - . . .2"' in an SPORTS f 9 J UQ Q53 dy Ann Coleman Joan Stevens June Meyers Gall Snyder Judy Casey June Brown Joanne Samperl Sponsored by THE NEWTOWN MANUFACTURINC Newtown, Connecticut 'is- Jean Iand reau COMPANY -Joel Fc luv fcavgfwfmc Pgwdc zeicaczfz fc 0' 4605! Lffilglcfc CM, fee I Q97 Of of' ? NX QF: xr-N X f1Ve!-fl! SC rs JS 05 Q-by A C.. -3 S-Q , U 5 x Lf , QQQSN -S7 ff 4ZXC,L,1 -Cy f lj- I Q f ' C X I' f , '41 7f UL 1" 'CTJ ATHLETIC AS SOCIATIO LEFT TO RIGHT Susan Rohleder Secretary Edwrn Weber Presrdent Mr Harold DeGroat Xdvrsor and Coach Mr John Sweeney Advrsor Mrss Xnn anderson Xdusor and Coach Jean Jandreau Vrce presrdenr Holly Kamas Treasurer BOYS OCCER LEFT TO RIGHT, FRONT ROW Henry Marne, John Taylor Guy Cullen, Russell Manz, James Gaffney James Paproskl Davrd Byrne, James Pully, John lxom ell, Robert yllller, John Wardle SECOND ROW Mr Joseph Ozanne, coach Robert Smrth James Tenney Donald Suckles, Lee Benedlct, Russell Andrasko, Ronald Bonsford Crarg Brodre, Russell Gurbord James Cooper, Ronald Wrlkes THIRD ROW Rrchard Collms, George Carlson Peter SllT1Ol'l, Carl Fedde Paul Serwackr, Travrs Fulton, Er1c Ixrsula, Vlalcolm McLachlan, Clrfford Beardsley 36 I I , Q v C - . I Z - - r 2 f I , 1 C 1 ' I V , . v ,, , - . A , . . V , . X ' 1 ,v A . : . . 7 . . - I I 1 , . . . ,. I j C O I l 1 - Q FIELD I-IOCKY faqs' f X C3 tp CO6 QQA LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Kate Jackson, Ga11 Hannah Arlme Kessmger, Carol Keatmg, Carolyn D1g1110f Dorothy Wechter, Marlon Slocum, Sally Swanberg, Kate Greene Susan Norwell, Dandy Low, Ann Phllhps SECOND ROW Mlss Anderson, Coach Pat Dayton Beverly Janzer Gay Parker, Susan Parker, Lmda Hennessy Sarah Jackson, Nancy Rees, Bonme Mayberry, Mary Humeston LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Mrss Ann Anderson Coach Holly Kamas, Sarah Jackson, Charlotte Ferrls, Judy Tenney, Barbara Sult. SECOND ROW: Nancy Rees, Arhne Kessmger, Lynn Benedtct, Susan Parker, Susan Rohleder, Cheryl Smlth, LAST ROW: Nancy Maye, Jackle Benton. 37 f To af - S 'fr jfs 1 is ,qw Hb. 5 3 9 +4-Pa BUYS ip TB LL Q L LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Jack Qublck, Bernard Cascro, Guy Cullen, Graham Lord, James Pully Stephen Kovacs SECOND ROW Mr Harold DeGroat Coach Kenneth Srmth, Wllbur Luf, Donald Suckles Russell Andrasko James Gaffney THIRD ROW Dennls Thompson Paul SCl'W3Ck1, Damel Amaral Charles Fowler, George Powell TRACK TE LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Henry Moody, Edward Urban, George Powell, Joseph Jones, Robert Schxpul, Rlchard Re1lly, Larry Schulze, SECOND ROW: Coach Profetro, Gary Northrop, John Mead, Ronald Beardsley, Thomas Krersch, Paul Rlchard, Dav1d Byrne, Russell Guxbord, 38 . 9 f an A A , I N 1 M ,M 4 . I V J: V .-4. . , , 2 1 4-A ,ra . . . , . . I . . . - . , , . 0 . . . D I 0 ' I , . u xv'- M7 XI' GIRLS' SOFTB sf 1 LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROW Joanne Samperx, Judy Tenney, Barbara Sult, Mehnda Norrls, Kate Greene, Manager, Mlss Anderson, Coach SECOND ROW Charlotte Ferns, Cheryl Smlth Arlrne Kessmger, Holly Kamas, Nancy Maye, Susan Norwell THIRD ROW Sally Swanberg, Sarah Jack son, Mary Humeston BOYS ASEB LL - U 0' Z ., .-0 I' .Y x S 51 X LEFT TO RIGHT FIRST ROM Jun Paproskl George Powell Guy Cullen, Jacx QUDICR, Grauam Lord Charles Fowler SECOND ROXN Ronnxe Botsford, Russell Andraslxo, Dennrs Thompson hmmy Cooper Stexe Kon acs THIRD ROW 'xlr DeGroat, Coach Jrmmy Gaffney Donald Strckles, Kenneth Smnh 39 QPU? ml 'W . xo 5 JJQE OJ-S' ag' be wh' V vffja -'N ' : . . . . . . : . A . ' . ' I G ' . . . Q , ,VJ ' ,' 7 1 V . K3 wg- "la .V ,029 9 hm- Zffclkffw I 'L Y J 'I-, n.u.47' .ICF x cr XJ., , b 4' if I ' ,J-Q", 4' I 0' 'I 1 " fm 'vi fi-'vf , I. I Hx A I' . AJR r 'I ri f ' q, ' 1' T Q me A N ,fu XJ: , Nw 'pb 1 ln' . fij .A fy , I ' 4 ,' qw an , , ,. 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PROPHECY We the class of 1958 have taken the frrst spaceshrp 1nto outer space Our purpose was to launch a space platform The spaceshrp whrch was named Newnrk blasted off at 0800 hours The de srgners of the Newnrk Fred Rees and Edwtn Weber were st11l g1v1ng tnstructrons wh1le we were flymg rnto space To our relref, p1lot Bert Shankman and co prlot Barbara Mable handled the shlp wrth ease The greatest adventure of our l1ves was now occurrrng We were about f1ve hundred and srxty mlles above Earth when George Scott decrded to step out for a smoke Poor George had forgotton there was no gravrty and he drlfted off 1nto space Thanks to our two frrst arders Hazel Kuhne and Paul Davrs George was brought back safely IH the space ambulance It s the next day now and the 13U.l'lCh1Hg of our space platform rs takrng place Through the wrn dows of the Newntk you can see our two engrneers, Al Temple and B111 Ferry, workrng to keep the platform whrch we named Townnrk statronary rn space By the way, the boys really look sharp rn therr blue and gold space su1ts We moved on Townnrk soon after rt was launched Lrke all future space c1t1es we had to have a presrdent All of our votes were cast and Mtss Kay Dolan was elected Pres1dent Dolan had been our class advlsor some forty years before One day, a few months after the launchrng Al Krllmg and Barbara Sult were sent on a secret m1ss1on to the planet Pluto As they were speedrng along they saw a hot comet comlng toward them Thanks rn Al Q exnerr hm md hnndlmo nn Farfh rhpv mmeorl the nomar hv 1Y'lPI"lPQ Whpwl I Plnnpr Pluto was just ahead Therr m1ss1on was to brrng back Russell Manz a well known Plutotarran screntrst He proved qu1te useful as he knew the secret of dry water One more of our great screntrsts was Steve Kovacs Wrth hrs secretary Joanne Samper1 he worked on a very sc1ent1f1c 1dea of sendrng someone to the sun Of course thrs seems 1mposs1ble be cause the sun IS one great ball of fue But scrence could not and would not be stopped Dan Knopf proven a flop and we were mrnus two Townnrk c1t1zens The whole rdea was soon abandoned be cause no more crtrzens could be spared When we were on Townnrk one year, Sarah Jackson and Roberta Duncan gave a party for the whole krngdom Roberta and Sarah are well known around Townnrk for therr ab1l1ty to rnterpret the Earthlmgs language called Englrsh Before the party began Kenny Peck and Holly Kamas took a small trrp to Earth to get some Coke and gmger ale fWe thought soft drrnks would be satrsfactoryj When they returned the party began Kenny and Holly also brought back a h1 fr set whrch was plug ged 1nto a volt weed They also brought back Rock n Roll records Wxth the help of the records we created a new dance called the Floatxng Flop As you can see, Townnrk drd not lack talent We even had a new srngrng group called the Krazy Kats The people who made up thrs group were Jean Jandreau, Mrke Costello and Sherman Gaffney They wrote a song called When Rock n Roll Comes to Outer Space Pretty cleverl Even rn outer space trme passes the party ended and a new day began Jackre Benton and Heather Krng were sent to Mars to drsplay some of the1r art work to promote frrend ly relatrons be tween planets They came back wrth many awards whrch they gave to Melrnda Iworrrs to put rn the Townnrk showcase Melinda desrgned the showcase and also decorated rt w1th prctures of comets and meteors Several months later we had a v1s1t from some Earthlxngs Among these people were Mrckey Zrlr nek and Graham lord Both are well known mov1e actors and exceptronally good Hollywood Wolves Smce Carol Pekar IS the Townnrk banker, she gave Judy Tenney some stardust to buy the rrngs of Saturn The Saturnarlans refused to sell all the r1ngs Judy was drsappornted but she accepted three rrngs and an extra grft of a Saturn Man Hts name was Chr1s Wechter Hrs abrlrty to lrve 1n the atmos phere of Townnlk made up for the loss of Dan and Don Carol was happy because of the people were wrllrng to pay to see a Saturn Man Success was everywhere It seems now that all the grrls were rnterested rn the two Hollywood Wolves Thrs affalr made John Wrabel Gene Campbell, and Jack Qurck angry They decrded to leave Townnrk and rocket to the planet of beauuful grrls Venus The Class of Frfty e1ght would lrke to send an 1nv1tat1on to all Earthlmgs to come rn therr space sh1ps to Townnrk and enjoy the cool atmosphere of our space platform 40 BY VERONICA IDCKE ' . . . . D . . .. . .. - . , , . . ,, . ,, . . . . . . . g I D , I . . . . - u - va ' ' ' - u - n ' - , I D ' ' 0 . ' . . . . . . ' . ' , . . . ' ' I A' ' O I I 71" ' "' ' I ' ' "' "" ' """"' 0 ' - . . b . . D .. and Don Trudeau volunteered to be sent in a rocket to the sun. Inside of a few hours the trip was ' n . ' , . N ' ll va - lv - - ' Il I 1 ll . . I . . . . . , . . , U y m . . .- , . P TRONS AND PATRONESSES Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Howard Beardsley Fred H Benton Larry Cole James Costello Theodore K Davls Warren K Dayton Edith Duncan and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Charles Ferry Vuncent P Gaffney Wllllam A Kamas Joseph B Kung Edward Knopf Stefan Konczyk and Mrs Stephen Kovacs, Sr and Mrs Carl Kuhne and Mrs HaroldW Locke Mrs Mrs and Mrs Frederlck L Lor Dorothy Mable and Mrs Leonard Manz Madel I ne Marrotte and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Dwight W Norrls John 0'Connell Kenneth Peck John Qubnck Joseph R Sampern James E Wllklnson Merlln F Temple Donald H Tenney Noel C Trudeau Edwm Weber Rudolph Wrabel Nicholas Zlllnek Mr. . Mr. . ' . d Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . Mr. . . ' Mr. . . ' Mr. . ' . ' Mr. . . Mr. . . ' Mr. . Mr. . Mr. . ' Mr. . ' . Mr. . . ' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jandreau Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Scott Mr. . ' ' . Mr. . . ' ' Mr. . . ' Mr. . ' . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. Mr. . . Mr. . . Mr. . ' Mr. . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . ' ' ' 41 NEWTCWN P T A Compliments of Compl :ments of Tel GArden 6-4683 M F CROWE REALTOR REAL ESTATE Mann Street Newtown Conn Compliments of KENNEDY S STORE Compliments of CENTER LUNCHEONETTE Compliments of NEWTOWN CLEANERS Compl :ments of NEWTOWN MUSIC SHOP MOTTY DINER HOUSE OF Ph. GArden 6-2097 Newtown Shopping Center Newtown Connecticut FLOWERS E9 CRAFTS J Corsages For Proms 8 Graduahon Presentation Bouquets Flowers For All Occasions NEWTOWN INN A Continental Restaurant Route 25 GArden 6 2325 Newtown Conn Compliments of LIBERTY CHEVROLET No Mann Street Newtown Conn GArden 6 4620 VICTOR 8. RICKEY Speclallze rn lndlvlclual Hair Styling Permanents Dyes, Halrcuts Compliments of RONALD A OLSON THE HOBBY HORSE Dorothy Allen Hull Gifts and Cards GArden 6 4282 Newtown, Conn 5 . cf W ' WA 3 lt x - COLONIAL ROPE SPLICING GArden 6 2290 ROGER F BEARDSLEY REALTOR Town and Country Properties Insurance Shoppl ng Center Newtown Conn Newfoww Best for Local Advertlsnng GArden 6 9394 Moy You SCORE ln the Game of Life Newtown Connectlcut Compllments of THE VILLAGE STORE Sandy Hook Connecticut C Lewza Clclen Wlzll Sweet Cnder by Jug or Keg GArden 6 2351 Sugar St Route 202 Newtown Connecticut ll ' ' ll I . Route 6 at traffic light near I O O O O 0 . , I I . NEWTOWN FARM SUPPLY CO Division of Wolf Savltsky 8- Sons Inc GArden 6-9096 Newtown Conn Compliments of DR JOSEPH REISS Newtown Connectrcut Compliments of A o. 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