Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

 - Class of 1938

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H115XI'cJfxlfw.m1J'eJf Huff Nk,'H4'l1I IiIICJ,Xl7k 1.Xll.',lJ THE DIAL - PERLEY W LANE Nou I ll all you a true story PRINCIPAL THE DIAL f The Faculty BERNARD R BELISLE INDLISTRIAL ARTS MATHIIMATICS Hey you ellauf' CRACK CARLSON ENGLISH Smzll lhlllgf Ullllfc lllldfl mnzdn HILINN CHI SEBRO LATIN PRINCH HISTORY SIXIAI STLIIIIIQ III zlmnt Ifzglnl' MARY K COGAN COMMFRCIAL An 1,119 or gefzllennuz ezef Ihezzr gum LUNA A COI VER EN4,LIsI-I JOLIRNALISM W Ill ulmf Iflflllf ll' MIC HAI L I CRONIN HISTORY SOKIAI STI mrs I T AI I FN CROUCH HISTORY SOKIAI 9TIIoIIs I :lay Ill ll Irj I1 mn rjrfam JOQFI HINI A CULLINANE COMMFRCIAL 111 1 mwfal fill to fluke mer ' CIORGF H VOID IR ENcIIsII INIITIIFMATIQS UIIILI UI ue ll lmze IIJII Ilan nl Izzo 0 LIULIQI I . , I 4. . , I , '. I .'.' ,. . T T ' T ' I . . . , . , . , , , I, i I I. A Y 5 4 ' . A . ' I , , . . ' . ' I. . . , 1 1. . ' , f . I 1 U UH. 1101.3 frfl Jvc. V . .w . . . . . - , , . . '. 'QQ ' If -I , I I J . . 13 f . ' I Q K . F ' .' , .. 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Sophomore Rmb, Com nuttec Chorus 4 Dancmg Club I Knnttrng Club 1 Bad mmton 1 Home Room Secretary 4 JOHN MCMAHON Pwr cm Lck lm la zppw lflfldf Ike ubule Ibmg Vnce Presnclent Class s 1 Class Representatne I Brovt md Whrte 7 3 Busnness Manager 4 Baseball 1 3 4 Athletnc Association 7 3 4 Puppet Club 3 jumor Prom Comnuttce SCKIIOF Prom Commnttcc ANNA PALLNCAR Mvsrlr. She :ddr 41 pwrmuw neue lu Ike en Class Trusurcr 1 2 E 4 Class Representatnve 1 2 s 1 Cheer Leader 7 3 4 Dr1llSquul 4 Photographxc Club 4 junior Prom Commnttee Sophomore Rnng, Commnttee Cho Orcm a 2 3 Drncmg Clu 1 R1 nn Club 7 . , 5 , 1 ,D -v 1. -Y V, - ' U , , y ., - 1 V. 2. l- A ,..1- ' -ye, n '. 4. , , , ,- ' 4 , - A , .. - ' . ' ' , f 1-V x "1. I A ' . A ' . n Hr . l, 2, 5, 4. Clasj Secretary. I, 2, 71. 4. Cla.: Rep .-.,. -S ' 1 '.3...4. wet Lia, 3, el. Associate Editor Yearbook. Latin Club. 3. French I b. -. l. '. , . ' L , . J ' . V . 2 ' ' . l- I .S,'.-. '. ",3s,-. T! 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'J' g THE DIAL HORATIO AGUIAR STONINGTON W by nent llzu Ill wnlented like me' liunhlll 7 BIolo5.,y Club 7 Grc-H., Club 7: Trathc Squad 2 JOSFPHINE ALFIERO PAWCATUCK Ibn e perm locks 0 apllj Hlllld llonorlhlc Mantnon FRANK BATTISTINI MYSTIC He bn mmrele oprnmnr Honor Roll 7 Honor Ible Mentnon 1 3 4 Class Representa tIvL 7 Sports Edntor Ye.Irbook Brown and WhIte 3 4 Blsthull 3 l Sophomore Rmg, Commxttef: Chorus I HFN RY BESSETTE STONINGTON 'Ike 1111 iw nzerbum Trlck 7 Bnololgy Club 2 Ldflfl Club l French Club 2 EUGENE BRUSTOLON MYSTIC I mum! dorm to :be rem again Footb.Ill 7 Gregg Club 2 Chorus 1 SAMUEL BRUSTOLON MYSTIC Hn Ipferb 1 nzzned Idllh I slzgbr df ml ANTHONY CAMPO OLD MYSTIC Gee lla laugh lo be Imznunl I'ootb.IIl 3 COCJPIJIII 4 Track 7 3 4 Cl.1ssReprcsLnt.1 c JEAN CAMPO OLD MYSTIC All suueezl Illlb people nba are 0 sueel and cheerful clznporzlmn Honouble Mentnon 3 Class Representatwe 2 Stenographw DIV sxon Yearbook Gregg Club 5 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Home Room Prog.,r1m Commnttee 4 Competntnve Plays 4 jOSEPH CHRISTENO PAWCATUCK A happy uay of doing tbmgr B.Iseb.Ill 3 4 Track 2 I I 4 l JI A I I I , K . , -. 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Edrtor Xurboulx C1 et Club 7 3 1 Gregg Club 1 Chorus l Competmw. Plays Q L 1 luppe flu Ol IVFR D1 NISON Mx S'llC I Il mg' 11111111 111 111 mg 1 1 11 I 11 1 L MARY D1 NNLHEY STONINCTON R111 1111 11111 Ibe rbeny Iltln Club 3 I-rench Club 2 3 TFJHIC Squid 7 Chorus 4 Cumpetmvc Plays 1 4 Drxmunc Club 1 Semur 1 ANNA DIVINE PAXX'CATUClx A 11111: g 11 111111 111g ld: 11 llunur Rmll 4 Honorlble Mention 2 C1 et 1.1 Dnll Squad 4 L.1tm Club 3 French Club 2 S 4 bngg Club 1 Churus 1 Dancmg Club 1 lxmttmg Club l L1 li, ... Cllcrru., 1. 2, 5, 4, I li 1 'l ' f X t 7. f l Q 'P . -. ' ' P . -, ,. - len , 4, Chur 1. 2, 5. Iv A . . 1 . Cr sr. '. -. '. ,. -1. 1 V 1 1 A- 1 K l .Q Drll f 1 S 1' I , ., .. ,2, "-tt.1,l. 7 ' ' V1 7- ' - , Je. f 1 ' . cn' ' ' ' .5, 'ea 1 . S L ,gg -1. Cr,-gg Clrb, 5. ,l I A ' " fm 11'-. fic , , -, , -. ' 7 ' ' "1 '. f ll, 5. Editor-in-Chief, 4. Biology Club, 2, 3, -4: French 11535111-11.1, . A -1 'Q 'b, 5. ll ' fl1 11 K P ' 14 4' I. f. ll-m111'1l.l- l-le ltiun. 2, 5, -1. Cr ss Ca lllllfy. K, -l. 'l'r,1'lx. -1. 1 1' ' 11 " . ALA ,,. S , ,,. 'A L.-,5.-L l'l.y. I' 'I ' ' 1 Y. 4 , - , L I , . S' f, 4. THE DIAL ERNEST DICKSON SroNrNoroN I uondef uhur aol 11 uur fha! ffl lnrenled kurmg' Honor Roll 1 2 Honorable Mentron 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Lltln Club 3 French Club 2 3 Orchestra 3 Competrtlve P 1 s l ROSALIE DINOTO PAWCATUCK Her dark eyes ban eloquent' Gregg Club 3 Chorus 3 MARIE DONAHUE PAWCATUCK Ita the Imb in me' Honorable Mentron 2 Cheer Leader 3 4 Drill Squad 4 Brology Club 3 4 French Club 2 3 Puppet Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Rrdmg Club 2 Dancmg Club I Kmttrng Club 1 Semor Play LUCRETI A ERNEST STONINGTON The Imporlanfe 0 being evner! Honor Roll 1 3 Yearbook Staff Gregg Club 3 Chorus FRANCES FAULISE PAWCATUC Wfe full I1 only pretty Fanny J uay Honorable Mention 2 French Club 2 Gregg Club 3 JACK ANTHONY FAULISE PAWCATUCR Hou be boufl lbem ore: Baseball 1 2 Cross Country 1 Football l 3 Tr k Manager 3 French Club 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Basketball l Indoor Baseball 1 Senior Play VINCENT FIDRYCH MYSTIC The gfeltef In III Ibe gfeller murtenj Class Represcntatxve 2 3 Ye lrbook Staff Cross Country 4 Track 2 3 Gregg, Club 5 unxor Prom Commrttee Soph omore Rmg Committee JEANETTE FINDEISEN PAWCATUCK I mule In men I fnrer Cheer Leader 2 3 Drrll Squad 3 Gregg Club 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 Olhce Practrce 4 Knrttrng Club 1 Dancmg Club 1 ELLEN FOBERG PAWCATUCK Push on keep moung' Gregg Club 3 Puppet Club 3 Traffic Squad 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Dancrng Club I . , , f - .K fig ', , I ! ' I V-' A V V iv' 1 ,,. , , ,,. . ',,. lay.,-. 4 I J-.L , -1 Y . ,A. . .,,. 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I , ' 7 ' 1 ' 1 l Y ' 3 , , , - , - THE DIAL JOSEPH FRETARD STONINGTON A mule ar mnmgzour ,ar 1 gnu VI Base.-blll 7 3 Football 7 Bzology Club 2 Chorus 4 DOROTHY FULLER PAWCATUCK A llllle let paul .1 lltlle more rmlle Grcgp, Club 3 Chorus I VIRGINIA GASPARINO OLD MYSTIC The emale o the fpeerher 1 deadller than the male Gregg Club 2 Chorus 1 4 Senior Play NELLIE GEYER MYSTIC Gee hui the 1 rule Honorable Mcntxon 4 Class Representatrve 4 Gregg Club 3 Semor Prom Commxttee Chorus 3 JOSEPHINE GIORDANO PAWCATUCK Genlle dfgnllg in ezem gerlwe Broxxnand Whnte 7 3 4 Gregg Club 3 Chorus l 2 3 4 ALICE GI EY We thzl ne Hue Irnem fun mia Imnge mpen MYSTIC Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 7 3 4 VICTOR GOMES STONINGTON The god ne on the ride 0 zhe manger! orus I 7 3 YALE GORDON PAWCATUCK AIHblfI07I hm no rel! Honor Roll 1 2 4 Honorable Mentnon 5 Busmess Manager Yearbook Cross Country 2 3 Manager 4 Track 2 3 Athlc-trcAssoc1at1on 2 French Club 2 3 Photo ra hc 8 P 1 Club 4 Chorus 1 Dancmg Club l Semor Play Home Room Pro r m C 4 ga ommrttee Operetta I Badminton I EDWARD GREELEY PAWCATUCK Jpeakr plum rannan 16 ,md rmohe French Club 3 umor Prom Commrttee f f C . .L lu - 1 1-a-f ,... , . , . ,x . '. 4 y E - f f Y Y' ' - f . , . , , . ,4. . V f Y ' V Y ' i ,. . .'. V I v"1 I ' Y-' Y Y YFY ' 4 . ' 1' ' . .-,., - rt' f A . Ch ', ,-,,,4. 1 Y 7 ' Y ' ' Y 3 ' Y ' Y , . , , , ,. , . , . , . . , - . - . - He Y f . ..-J - , THE DIAL MARJORIE GREENE MYSTIC My bear! l1eJ ur auay Gregg., Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 SALVATORE GRILLS PAWCATUC K I :lm go to nelmol Brown and White 1 2 3 Cross Country 2 3 Trlck Z 3 BETTY HARVEY STONINCTON 'Ibere r an enlbumzrllr rpukle ln ber eye Honor Roll 1 2 4 Honorable Mcntnon 3 Asioclate Eclxtor Yearbook Drrll Squad 4 Biology Club 2 Latin Club 3 French Club 7 3 Gregg Club 4 Puppet Club 5 Chorug 5 Knrttlng., Club 1 MARY ITALIANO PAWCATUCK Czrq.,g Club 5 Chorus 3 ROSE ITALIANO Pfwvc ATUCK A good :mme ulll June orezer Gregg, Club 5 Chorus 3 4 PRISCILLA OIOHNSON MYSTIC I nothing elle be happy Honorable Mention 1 2 Ca etLa 4 Cheer Leader 4 Drill Squad 4 French Club 2 3 4 Chorus 1 7 3 4 FRANK KENDZIA PAWCATUCK Puneiualzig I5 :be lbze a nme Scmor Play ALYCE KENNEY MYSTIC An old flame never dzel Blology Club 2 Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 BARRY KENYON PAWCATUCK If you mlb enough people ulll begin to believe you Football 4 Track 4 Cross Country 2 Biology Club 2 Chorus 1 . 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THE DIAL DAVID KIDDY PAWCATUCK A rfowd 0 hook! drflrartr the mmd Cross Country 1 2 Track 2 3 Gregg Club 2 Chorus I Orchestra I 2 VIRGINIA KILLARS STONINGTON Charm beautifully drerred Honor Roll l 2 Honorable Mentron 3 4 Latrn Club 3 ROBERT KING SroN1NGroN Every man has a Jane fpor fomeu here Honor Roll I Brown and White 1 2 3 4 Ed1torrnCh1ef Ca et La 3 President Latm Club 4 French Club 3 Puppet Club 3 Chorus 1 2 Competrtxve Plays I 3 KATHLEEN KITCHEN S1'oNlNGroN Ar fne as fvepenre dl neu! ar mnepenre Honor Roll 1 2 3 Class Treasurer 1 Class Representatrve 1 2 3 4 Drrll Squad 4 Gregg Club 3 Traffic Squad I 2 Chorus 1 2 Knlttmg Club I JULIA KUPIDLOWSKI STONINGTON Made lo glue our eye: delight Honorable Mention l 2 3 Class Secretary l Class Repre sentatrve 1 2 3 4 Student Councrl l 2 3 4 Brown and Whrte 4 Gregg Club 3 Trafhc Squad 2 3 4 junror Prom Committee Senior Prom Commrttee Chorus 1 2 Oflice Practrce 4 Kmttlng Club I SOPHIE KUPIDLOWSKI STONINGTON She U a Iffll flulk of lorellnefr Honorable Mentron 3 Competrtrve Plays 3 Senror Play FRANCIS LAZITS PAWCATUCK Il J eurrer to lulen than lo talk Biology Club 2 Chorus l 2 ELEANOR LIVINGSTONE PAWCATUCK She wean a frown upon her head a roronet of half Gregg Club 3 4 Chorus 1 2 4 JOSEPHIN E LONGO PAWCATUCK She had palpmrnom ofthe tongue Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 4 It i ' D 5 ' L 3 i ' I Y ' . , g, . 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' l U D ' , - r , - THE DIAL MAURICE LONGO PAWCATUCK Let the uorld slide FRANCIS MACDONALD STONINGTON A llltle rebellion nou and lben If a good lbrng Honor Roll 1 Honorable MentIon 2 Class Presldent 1 Class Representatwe 2 Student C0uncIl 1 3 4 Cr Country 1 7 Track 2 3 AthletIc AssocIatIon 1 2 LatIn Club 1 2 Gregg Club 3 4 Trathc Squad l 2 unIor Prom CommIttee Sophomore Rmg Commnttee Chorus 1 2 3 4 CompetItIve Plays 1 3 l Co Captaln Golf Team 1 Drum Major Band 1 Operettl 1 Semor Play DORIS MAYNARD MYSTIC It If a fredii Io any good glrl to be neal Class SecretIry 1 Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 2 CATHERINE M MAZURAK MYSTIC Her beauty ran fame a emu in any man 5 vorabularg Class Representatwe 4 StenographIc DIvIsIon Yearbook Brown and WhIte 4 DrIll Squad Leader 4 BIology Club 3 4 Gregg Club 3 SenIor Prom CommIttee Semor Play Chorus 2 4 Othce PractIce 4 ARLENE MCFARLAND PAWCATUCK Hou ber ngerr eu arrow the 11013 key Class Treasurer l Class Representatwe 2 3 4 Secretary AthletIc AssocIatIon 4 Presrdent Gregg Club 3 jumor Orchestra 1 2 Othce PractIce 3 4 Kmttmg Club 1 Danc Ing Club 1 STEWART MCKINNEY STONINGTON Tbe nundu the JlamlIrd o live mzn Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Class Representatwe 1 2 4 EdItor In ChIef Yearbook Brown and WhIte 1 2 3 4 ASSOCIHIC News EdItor ASSOCIHIC BUSINESS Manager Ca et La 3 As sIstant Manager Baseball 2 3 Cross Country 1 2 Bmlogy Club 3 4 PresIdent 2 PresIdent French Club 3 Puppet Club 3 Trathc Squad 1 2 3 4 SenIor Prom CommIttee Sophomore Rmg CommIttee CompetItIve Plays 1 3 Dra matIc Club 1 RAYMOND MCWILLIAMS MYSTIC Nothing ll parllrulavly bard 1 you dlllde Il mio wnall fobl Class Representauve 2 3 4 Class PresIdent 1 Gregg Club 3 ScIence Club 1 Hobby Club 2 SenIor Prom Commxttec Sophomore Rmg Commlttee JOSEPH E MILLER MYSTIC The arleft Ilou eat perron lbere ever aan' Baseball 1 Cross Country 1 2 Football 2 3 I Track 1 2 3 4 Gregg Club 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 RAYMOND MIRAMONTES MYSTIC Did you ever try uezgbz 11 ling? Baseball 1 Cross Country 2 4 Track 1 Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 . - , .2, ,. . oss ' S Y ' v 1 v .a - ' I I -I '- ' ' ' ' a - ' ' , . I, . ' . " 1 , 4 " ,.- , , ,5, 4. I ' '-4 ' I ' I . I , . A ' A I . , yi . yy , .. '. .. ,, I - .D -' 'SS h ' Y 9 -I ' 'V .- ' , . , ,. Prom CommIttee. Semor Prom CommIttee. Chorus, 1, 2, 4. lv V" Y 1-! ' 1 ' I - ' ': I f I . 7 9 I W ' I 1 I 1 ' AA - - ' I v 1 1 -V ' I . . 1 Y S K . I A 7 V I 3 'I 9 3 ' 7 ' I Y- 2 3 v ' A 4 ' . 1 3 -v ' 1 I 1 ' A 1 .. , . , . ', . 7 . . , I . V. . 7. 1 v ' ! ! ' Y ' 3 -' - THE DIAL - Yi 48-S it fxizfzfglg. , , , -wg. Cgwf -. ,wxww .f-,X JOSEPH JAMES MOOSEY PAWCMUCK Small in iw bu! grew! in rnerzglb .scbxll o 1 Clorus Comp! uc ELIZABETH MORGAN PAW CATUCK Some dup 1lbLII I flop 111411117112 llunor Roll 1 7 a I7IUl'1Ul'lbICIxILIlll0H 1 Cregl., Club VVALTILR C MORGAN Three zrn-1 amz' 1 tb 06671 Yelrbook Stiff Footbill 7 3 -1 B1seb1IlM1mger Mvsrlc jAMFS MURPHY Mx sm An 1 I 1.71 g Ir 1 Broun .md Wlmrtc -1 Gregg Club 3 Chorus c estm 5 4 Band 7 5 CONSTANCE NACCAR Hu ne 7171611 dutmguzlber bu ATO PAWQATUCIX Honorrhlc Ikfentmn 1 Chorus 1 ANTHONY NOVAIX If u Ill 1011 0 ru MYSTIC Grcgg Club 5 Scnencc Club 1 Hobb Clu 2 Chrrus 1 Orch FRANCES Idmzf ur fb: me u dm PARKINSON PAWCATUCIC zznzg bad 11711 1 I ml Drnll Squul 1 Frcnch Club 1 Puppet Club 5 Chorus I ttmg Club l Danclng Club 1 Lldmmton I RITA ELEANOR PARKINSON PA Hu rmlzmler pn of Ibe prawn by Chccr Lelder 7 3 4 Drrll Squad 1 Bnology Club 7 Tn-'lsurcr -1 Gr Cl egg ub 3 Photogmphxc Club 1 Chorus 1 7 3 1 OtIicePr.1ct1ce 4 wcuuc r THELMA PEABODY Jen .1115 lemme n gzzen me I mmfe mluel zz lb 11111171 K Dr1llSqu.1d 4 Latm Club 3 Kmttmg Club 1 B cl a mmton 1 Dancmg Club 1 PAWCATUCIX - THE DIAL T HURMAN PIERCE SToNlNo1'oN Go political young man Gregg Club 3 Track Manager 4 ALBERTA PIVER STONINGTON Nolhlng II more ure ul lban rllenre Honorable Mention 3 Gregg Club 3 Chorus I 2 3 1 ELLIEFAIR PRICE PAWCATUCK Hou rbe can funel :hose eye: around' Drill Squad 4 French Club 2 3 Puppet Club I Chorus 1 2 3 4 Operetta 1 Knrttrng Club 1 Badminton 1 Dancing Club 1 LENARD REID STONINGTON One rbould aluayr be in lore Honor Roll 1 Honorable Mention 2 Class Representatrve 4 Student Council 4 Baseball 1 Football 1 2 3 Co Captain 4 Track 1 2 3 Biology Club 2 5 4 Senior Prom Committee Chorus 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 Home Room President 4 GLADYS REUSS STONINGTON Her accent dellghlr ine ear Chorus 4 MARGUERITE RILEY STONINGTON She II a pro eruonal ntblele 0 lhe langue P Leader 2 3 Secretary Treasurer Brology Club 2 Gregg Club 3 4 unror Prom Committee Chorus 1 2 C m petrtive Plays 1 3 Knitting Club l Riding Club 2 Dramatic Club 1 Operetta 1 Senior Play FREDERICK J RIVERS MYSTIC E1 erylhzng about 191111 If bandrame Footbrll 4 Track 3 4 Chorus 1 7 3 Science Club ELIZABETH ROBINSON PAWCATUCK Maj I bare n llrkel on your Iraln of tboughl' Honor Roll 3 Honorable Mention 4 Gregg Club 3 Chorus 4 Knrttmg Club 1 Dancing Club I Badminton I MARY C SANQUEDOLCE PAWCATUCK Of all ihe gzrls fha! u e lm: e reen there s none ro ne as Mary Drill Squad 4 Biology Club 2 Gregg Club 4 Puppet Club 3 Chorus 7 3 4 Knitting Club 1 Dramatic Club I 7 , . ' 4 , . I I 1 F ' 1 4 ' 'Av U H - ! A ' , r', 1 ' I 1 ' 5 . 3- ' V 'I 7 , . V ' 1 v ' . l V ' I 3 ' I 7 ' l ! ' ! 5 .1 U A U - , , , , - , . , . , . Class Re resentative, 3. Athletic Association, 1, 2, 3. Cheer v v - . ' A w - , . , . . I . . .K . 1 , . . , ,, . ., , -,,,. ' , l. v ' I 1 ' ! - ' , . I , . , . , . . V I IA, H I I 9 ' . ! ' 3 ' 1 3 - 1 -I y - v - - a ' THE DIAL 26" 3 CARMELIA SAPORITA PAWCATUCK BJ the uotk one knour the uotkman Honor Roll 2 3 4 Honorable Mention 1 Stenographrc Drvxsron Yearbook 4 Brovsn and White 4 Gregg Club 3 Kmttmg Club 1 Chorus 1 2 JOSEPH S SAPORITA PAWCATUCK IIVIII7 lofdlj laughter in bn ege Honorable Mentron 3 Gregg Club 3 Semor Play 4 JOHN SHANNON STONINGTON A Xltlllt' df rurlj ar bu loan Class Representatrve 1 2 3 4 Assxstant Manager Baseball l Cross Country 1 2 Football 3 4 Biology Club 2 3 4 Latm Club 1 French Club 2 Junxor Prom Committee Semor Prom Committee Sophomore Ring Commlttee Chorus l 2 3 Scnencc Club I DAVID SHAW PAWLATULK Fm ulw dow 7I0ll7lIlg uzlb a better grate' Vlce Presndent Class 2 Class Representatxve 4 Baseball 3 4 Brology Club 2 3 4 Photographnc Club 4 Traffic Squad 2 3 4 Senror Prom Committee Chorus 1 2 Or chestra 2 3 Competmve Plays 3 ARTHUR SMITH STONINGTON Id nk you or the next danre but all the rarf are taken Class Representatne 1 3 Student Councrl 2 3 Presxclent 4 Football 1 4 Track 2 4 Athlct1cAssoc1atnon 2 3 Presndent 4 Brology Club 2 3 4 umor Prom Commrttee C orus l 7 3 4 Golf 1 Semor .ly GFORGE SNYDER MYSTIC He ueml the mxe 0 youth upon lszm X Llrbook Staff I REN E LENORA SOUZA STONINGTON Dui bfou 1 ejea mnnnzg ozet uftla glee llmor Ro'l 3 lnnch Club 2 Gregg Club 3 O Ice Pr lct Ct MARJORIE STEDMAN STONINGTON Little but 1 Ill? .4 lot 0 jumpb' Yclrbool. Stllf Dnll Squad 4 Brology Club 2 3 4 Gre Club 3 Photographrc Cluhg 4 Senror Prom Commxttee Chorus 1 2 3 4 Competrtwe Plays 1 2 3 OfIicePract1ce 4 Operetta 1 Concert 2 Senror Play EARLE STRACHAN PAWCATUCK U ben I feel like exerrlfmg I fur! lie doun until the eelmg goex auag French Club 3 Chorus 1 2 THE DIAL JOSEPH HENRY SULLIVAN PAWCATUCK Argumenl II ihe flung' Honor Roll 1 2 3 4 Aclvertrsrng Manager Yearbook Brown and Whrte 3 I Ca et La 3 Cross Country 4 Brology Club 2 4 President 3 French Club 7 3 Photographlc Club 4 Puppet Club 3 Chorus 1 2 3 Semor Ply Competrtnve Plays 4 LAURENCE J SULLIVAN PAWCATUCK God gneu fpeeah to all bu! :ang to ibe eu F otblll 3 Chorus I JOHN JOSEPH SYLVIA STONINGTON Aflerzrler 0 luugbler round hu eyer Vrce Pres1dentCl1ss l Clxss Representatnve 1 2 3 Assrst mt Manager Blseball 2 Football 4 Track 2 Bnology Club 2 3 Puppet Club 3 jumor Prom Commrttee Soph omoreR1ngCommlttee Chorus 1 2 3 Hobby Club 7 DOROTHY TANNER PAWCATUCK Let ut llze 1447112 ue llze Honor Roll 3 Honorable Mentron 1 Brown and Whrte 3 4 AIhl6flCASSllCl3f1OH 1 2 Cheer Leader 2 3 1 Drrll Squul 4 Bnology Club 2 3 4 French Club 2 Gregg Club 3 Chorus 1 7 3 4 Otlice Practxce 1 Semor Play Home Room Secretary 4 DOROTHY THAVENET PAWCATUCK I from to ll an Ike umgr o bormu ed ull Club 3 Knitting Club 1 Dmcmg., Club I Bxdmmton l ESTELLE THORP PAWLATUCR Le! me dw 10 the sounds o dC'1lfl0Ill muur Brown and White 3 4 Cheer Leader 3 4 Drill Squad 4 Danclng Club 1 Gregg Club 4 Knrttrng Club I Photo grlphnc Club 4 Puppet Club 3 Rrdmg Club Chorus 1 7 3 4 Home Room Secretary 4 Badmmton I VIRGINIA TI-IORP PAWCATUCK There zu betmly In small lbnzgr Brown and Whnte 3 Cheer Leider 3 Frcnch Club 7 C orus 1 2 3 V lly Blll I Basketball 1 Drlmaxc Clu 1 DEMETRIOSJ TRAGGIS PAWQATUCR I! 1 all Greek lo me' Honorable Mentnon 2 Asslstant Business Manager Year book Football 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Photographrc Club 4 Traifrc Squad 2 3 4 Chorus 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Semor Play MABEL TRIPP PAWCATUCK A zolfe at 1116101110111 df fflllflf Honorable Mention 3 Class Representatrve 2 3 4 Assrst ant Photographrc Edxtor Yearbook Exchange Edrtor Brown and Whrte 4 Drnll Squad 4 Vrce Presndent French Club 3 Photographic Club 4 Puppet Club 3 junior Prom Com mrttee Semor Prom Commrttee Sophomore Rrng Commtttee Chorus 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Semor Play Home Room Program Commnttee I 1 1 H-V ' I I ' , ,, .I , . . , . . 7 V V' U -' v -v -' I . , . , , , . a. , . ,. , . . 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THE DIAL - 3 JAMES VARDILOS PAWCATIICK A 11112134 II good 01 my mm Hnnumbla Mcntmn I Baseblll l 7 Cross Country Fmtbtll l 7 TIICII 7 R BIulni.,y Club 7 Chorus Oruheitrl 1 2 Basketball 1 IndoorB1seb.Ill 1 TRACY WEST MYSTIC Bm 0 11 hundred hltf Trick 7 PlIotug,r.1phIC Club I Chorus 1 3 Hobby Club RAYMOND WILLIAMS OLD MYSTIC Rwdm fm 111 lbmgr Churus 1 Trade I BARBARA WISEMAN STONINQTON Ibere 1 7201 so rmlalile a Ihmg H1 INatu1e .1 ,1 1,1413 be zd drew exrepl bu iempes ub 3 Tr Ithc Latln Club 3 French Club 4 Puppet Cl uld 3 Ch 2 S I Orchestra 1 Cumpatrne. s I Sc or Plty ROBERT WOOD STONINGTON I loo uould be .1 tf007IEI F b ll 3 Latm Club 1 Chorus Class Rc-presentatlxe 1 out a I 7 3 Cnmpehtlve Plays l MATTHEW WYSOCKI MYSTIC He kneu the pwrue pnybologlrzl women! uhm lu sag phase Cllss Representatwc 4 Art Edntnr Yearbook Pl10f0f.,l'lPI'llC Fdrtur Yearbook Broun and Whrte 4 Art Ednor Ca et B l Club Z 3 4 French Club 3 Secretary 4 La 4 I0 ogy Phntographrc Club 4 Puppet Club 7: jumor Prom Commnt D Q tee Decoratnons 2 3 Senror Prom Commlttee ecnratmn 3 4 Orchestrl 1 2 3 4 SEIDCSILHCI Semor Play PAUL CHRISTIANSON Pfxwc ATIIQ lx I C II 11111 um lr ullltl I HI NRY KLOTZ Mx STIC A blg 11112113 :nut Blscblll F Chur lla memurtam EDWARD FOLILY THE DIAL CLASS HISTORY GUIDI Step rrght thrs way ladres and gentlemen We shall begrn o1rr tour rn this studro where the Senror Class rs brordcastrng the story of rts rctrwrtres Please be quiet 'IS YOU 5:0 In ANNt111NerR Hello lvcrybody This rs your rn nouncer Stewrrt McKrnney rntroduerng 1 progrrm rn honor of the Clrss of N38 of Stonrngton Hrgh School Our hrst speaker on the program rs Mrss Betty Hrrvey who wrll chronrcle for you the achrevements ofthe Cltss of 38 'I rlce rt away Betty Br 1TY Th mlt you Stewart September 1934 found us enterrng a new type of school lrfe eager and Just a lrttle proud of our first venture rn I-Irgh School D11e to crowded condrtrons the class was scattered rn three groups throughout the town etch wrth drwerse rntcrests Prr on rn the Competrtrve Plays Soeral mrnded Paw c 1t11cl-c orvanrzeel knitting 1nd danerng clubs and spon sored badmrnton and rndoor baseball for her students Mystic who later was to furnrsh much talent to our cla s confined herself mostly to study Thus prssed tl e Ireshman year By tnother September however we were 1 united group busy makrng many new and lastrng frrenclshrps Flectrons soon proved th rt we were a class possess ing sound judgment and rn abrlrty to reeognrze tr11e worth rn others for the cl rss oflrcers headed by Thom 15 Sh tckley w rth one exceptron, have served us through OLII our school career Of course, there was great ex crtement over the selectron of class rrngs A full program of studres wrth few socral actrvrtres re rncled out the Sophomore year It was wrth a keen sprrrt and sense of responsrbrlrty th tt wc assumed o1rr trtle of juniors As the clrss w rs rn need of funds we sponsored the Th rnltsgrvrng Dry Drncc whrch more thrn rmply frlled our coffers Next came the Competrtrve Plays Talented mem bers of the class grve In excellent performance of th1t delrghtful comedy In May wrth une The clrmrx of o11r soeral progrtm w1s the lunror Prom Under the rble drrectron of Mrtthew Wysockr and hrs decorrtron commrttee the Wfequetequoclt Casrno trrmmed rn green and srlver toolc on a festrve a oe Tasca 1nd hrs Cardrnals furnrshed the dance musrc and frvored us wrth several novelty numbers But socr 1l lrfe was only a prrt of our unror year Many of our members were to be found on the honor roll whrle others mrcle hrstory on the athletic held The Prom w1s rndeed 1 gala rtfrrr The Town Hrll was transformed rnto 1 green forest A full yellow moon srlvery stars and a garden of musrc set the romantrc scene Agarn Wysockr hrd scored 1 hrt wrth hrs decoratrons Soon rfter Christmas vacrtron we presented the class pl1y Growrng Puns to 1 lrrge rnd CHIIILISIISIIL 111drenee Cory George our challenge for the com petrtrve Plays brought us the banner thanks to the splendrcl rctrng of oseph Sullrvan ern C rmpo Ir nest Drcltson Mrry Dennehey rnd lrrncrs Mtc Donald Wrth the fourth quarter commenced preparatrons for graduation Senior chorus, trrps to the Town Hall groups busrly engaged rn research together wrth the approach of fin1l exams brought o11r school lrfe rt S H S to a speedy close wrth grrcluatron as rts final eprsode ANNouNcrR Thank you Betty . . 25 ff ' ' ' . , t l ' . ' I t ' ' l 1. ' V i . . i I ' I ' 2 -f K- ' - ' - k - ' " ' .A-' sc . ' . -. y ' . 1 - ' . ' ' -' 1 L I 1 -S ' ' 1 Z . ' 1 . 1 L ' . I ts ' I 1 A 1 i . 1 . I .. K ' K - A ' . ' . ., 1 'z . ' . ' ' 1 . l-- 'F I 'L - . S I , - A ' in s J, 2 ,L - , ' . . , , , , . ' 2 l S i ' ' '- S' ' 6 I I - . . c ' ' i , ' ' , ' A ' .rt J - - 1 ' ' - ' - - V A ' ' e . I 5 . ' t t ' 1 A ' l D i ' " ' ' 1 ' 'z ' ' .' ' z J ' 'i . ' . y- A , A2 4 I r B' - K i . A , ' . if ks' , I 1 1 ' A A l- . 6 . ' - . A Stonington, clramatically inclined, presented "Little Semor year proved to be. by far, the happiest year. '-: - ' ". " -I ' f - " 2 ' 2 z'. ' ' 1 ' ' ' .' . , V 1 ' 1 . f A' V ' y I ' ' . .' " a ' z ' ' 1-' 1 w. A 2 i A A 43' , ,. . . X- , " ,' , ' . " , , ,, 4 .', . ' . ' ' ' 2 I ' ' . ' H , , , , 5 , , . . - - , 4 , 4 t . t ' 1 A y V- 4 A . ' l V h . - A , ' ' A r . , Q - ' 4 ' 4 w , ' t 4 2 ' 1 'A K - . . . s f ' , , I 1 c . c I ' , L I S . L , ' - ' A, ii : . ' , 1 . 2 THE DIAL CLASS PROPHEC Y Atsrstotitsteru Newt on the progrtm will be that oeeult personality Robert King who will wrest from the future the seeret destiny of his fellow Classmates Speak Oracle ROBIRT Hello folks Today we ire broadcasting from the World lxposition of 1958 whleh is being held in Stonington the third largest and most pros pe rous elty rn the world lxtetly twenty yetrs ago today Stonington was tn ordintry little yilltge with t population of about three thousand souls It w ts on that yery same day thtt the elass whieh is now known as the most famous elass in the world decided to remedy sueh an appalling situation C rreultrs and p tmphlets were sent to tll eorners of e mt pltce in the whole world This noxel way of ad yertisrng was so etfectixe that, in a eomparatnely short time thousands of tourists Hoeked to see the most msignifieant plate in the world These tourists being greatly impressed by the natural be tuty of its loeahty md the eharm of its nttixes deeided to settle down in Stonington The result is already history Wntli the same untbated enthusiasm that charte terrzed it twenty ye trs ago the class is whole heartedly supporting this immense Wforld lxposltlon Many of its members are here at the fair some visiting others running concessions Come along with me in search of my former classmates As I glance around I notice that Barry Kenyon is running that rocket shrp to upiter for only Sl 'S 1 rude Oy er there on the payihon are the Kuptdlow ski Shtkers Sophie and julit doing the Harbor Shim y The important looking mm watching them is oseph Fretard of the Fretard I ish Company I or many years oe has earned on experiments to ttke the smell out of nsh I am happy to say that he has tlmost sueceeded The lady with oe is Kathleen Kitehen who before she became Vice President and part owner ol his eompany was the most highly paid seeretiry in the Clly Une moment folks tn auto plane with a us Married sign has landed right in front of me Well well, if it isn t Rita Parkinson, the Seyen and Thirteen Cent Link Store gurl and her new husband ohn Shannon only heir to the Shannon millions It looks as though Stonington Unix erslty is well rep resented here today There s ohn Sylyia, the country s letding football eoaeh and Charles Crandall traek ago Clarissa Coogan riding instructor at the Unix er sity is at present haung a lot of fun gning the merry go round a workout Harriet Denison Dean of Women is also here With her are Ellen Foberg athletic director and I'ran ees Parkinson head of the Seience Department And right oyer there by the lerris Vlfheel is Marne Donahue trained nurse and nerve specialist with her reeent patient Irank Battlsrini lrank was inyureel while eompletmg his self starter for Diesel engines Close by is Henry Bessette Professor Battistini s yery elpable meehanic and bodyguard Heres a roeket trailer, folks straight from Holly wood what a chance for autographs' It brought Dorothy Tanner who last year starred in that tmaztng moyie produetxon l'eet Afioat and Barbara Wise mm the Queen of the Creseent bereen who re .6 - . ' ' is : 1. A t " - A mu" ' ' T " 1 ' 's . , . L- - , X- . V -- A .L-. my B 'I . M -f . . A S -, X .. -V , I T A ' . ' 1 :f V . f 1 I ' 4 " f Y I 1 " I :V 1. . I .h .Q A. ' - - ra if - ' v ' T- .1 y A ' . A I -V . 1 -' . 1.'L ' " "2 f . ' ', ' -1 3 . ,, . . . , . . . . K A N Q A A' I ' 1 - ' 1 v' ' 1 t ' " I . . .1 , . '. ,, . .Q D ' ' ' ' ,Q D V r V V 4 i Q DT ' Y y . . . . " ' ' r ' r 4 . Q'-L51 1 is ,- 't . ' ', ,' -' , the earth describing Stonington as "the most insignifi- L'021Cll, Who w'On the Coast t0 COHSI Marathon fm YCM5 -A L .' . , , . '- Y- ,. , L . A D , I ' l . r "1 - - - - - - 1' v . v' ' -' . , - , . ' A - -sf . v I" ijt ' 7 ' . . I . A I an . k 4 Y - I 1: I 'f A , . . , - , , L A - h gf V 1 Y sh A v KAQ 'I :A 1. . . F '- ,. K 'A .'-, ' f. .LA-ak ' . -' V ., 4,4 A'l V 1 , I J , y " , - .R ' . ' ' ' e el , ' D l . , f ' - 's . 7 ' ' " ra 4' I '. A vp , . 1 xl A 1, ' I . ' 7 , ' - ex , I I I -. V 'T' I . . U by . J . I V- 1 Y V A Q . k y . .D Y. A 1 . Y' ' K . " ' in--' fd r I , " ' . 'H f A. THE DIAL cently made Rosenbloom and Corffure both wrltten by that famous scenarro wrrter Robert Dawley Oh yes Vrrgmxt Gasparrno the Martha Rtye of 1958 better known as Casprpe Ginny IS tlso here Watch our folks you had better make way for the muscle man Anthony Campo You have all seen hrs advertrsements Htve 1 physrque hke mme rn twenty days or your money back 'Iony rs aecom pamed by hrs manager trarner and 'tdvrser ldward Coogan Say have we celebrrtres here today or have we' Why look theres Ernest Drekson whose desrre to fulfilled and wrth hrm are Lawrence Sulhvan he srlver worce of the teleradro and joseph Sulhvan the human skeleton who lrves entrrely on love and peftnuts Before me rs Earle Strachan whose trarned mosqurtoes are a universal sensatron They dont brte rn the same place more than once' I wonder what the excitement rs about? It s Edward Greeley agarn He s rn the boxrng rung watching for hrs next customer A sxgn reads Stay wrth me two rounds and wrn a big case of our Knspy Krunchy Rftdrsh Flakes What beautrful musrc' Lrsten That s the Ston rntfton Phrlharmonrc Symphony Orchestrl under the baton of Maestro Demetrros Traggrs These Zrpper Rocket Krddy Kats toys wrth two speeds desrgned for httle tots by Matthew Wysockr famous crochet needle desrgner are manufactured by the Echpse Iron Works Company owned by Estelle Thorp and Dorothy Thavenet Here comes Lucretia Ernest Secretary of the Inrertor She rs talkrng to Horatro Agurar Governor of Connec trcut and Raymond McWrllrams a sure wtnner rn the next presrdentral electron Across the mrdway are Rose and Mary Italrano who recently opened a secretarral school rn Eastern Con nectrcut They have mvented a new system of short hand whnch has entirely eliminated curves The staff of thus school rncludes osephrne Alfiero md C trmelrt Saporrtt former secretary to Robert Wood wealthy owner of the Wooden Transatlmtre Stonrngton s most famous steamshrp lrne Comrng out of the Admnnrstrmon Burldmg are Mary Sanquedolce artrsts model md Irene Souzl hostess at that swanky cafe at Atlantre Beach erlled the Sandflres Haven Marguerrte Rrley who arrrved here yesterday by rocket shrp from Australra where she rs teachrng the world s most wrdely used language Monkey Chatter rs holdrng a one srded conversatron wrth Elrzabeth Robinson teacher of Mental Telepathy at the Unrver srty of Stonrngton ean Campo rs expected to arrrve any mrnute now She rs about to complete for the second trme 1 non stop Hrght through the Mrlky Way Vrncent Frdrych well known naturalrst sends word from the deep jungles of Surprnsaha the contment newly drscovered by Thurman Prerce that he has found the cure all for sleeping srckness The names have compounded 1 medrcme called ghosrum A few drops of rt rn a glass of water guartntce to gave you sueh creeps that you couldnt sleep rf you trred Nerther Marjorre Stedman nor oseph Muller wrll be here today Marjorre rs berng marrred rn Los An geles and oe rs restrng from over exerrron after break mg the world s record for the low hurdles yesterday ust a few moments ago I saw Vrrgrnra Krllars and Helen Danahey who collaborated rn wrrtrng the year s best seller Twenty Frfth Street a novel deahng wrth socral reform They were talkrng to james Murphy salesman and financral adviser for Geyer and Com pany manufacturers of the rocket auto owned bv Nelhe Geyer u . , 1 ' , ' ' a ' .Q . Q . , . I il J ' ' L .z ' z , ' ' ' " rj ," '15 '. . i A c 1, ' , " , , tl UI , V QA! ' K J A ' . I a. , . . ll vu 4 vt ' A z 1 A I s . ' ". S ' I ' , , . D , A , 1 ' 2 1 I ' - 1 ' ' 1, I I A I I I ' ' ' . . . , - ' - ' ' I' A I ' ' 1 - I '- .A ' become a second lzddle Cantor has been more than , , , , , 1 - A s , ' ' " , f ' . . . . . , . - - .I - -I - I - A I ' , , . . 1 I ' ' I . 4 , I - , . 1 - ' a ' v A I 4 I y e. ', y ' y , 1 I 1' . - - A I A I K .'. l - 7 S . Q . - 1 V . , H I . . . , B I J . - 1 ,- v ' 1- . ,, . . , . . . 7 ' a . . . - - ' ', s ' ' - Q- . ' ID r , - A 2 THE DIAL Standing rn that doorway rs Frances Fauhse expert dnetnenm employed rn the Modern Restaurant ow ned by osephlne Glordano osephnne ns dxreetly respon slble for the murtl pamtlngs wlueh hue tttrteted customers from ftr and wnde 1 I forgot to tell you Constance Naccarato and Annt Deune are dlrectmg a Beauty Salon exhxblt w hreh has reyolutxomzed the entlre make up of thc world Ilpstlele and rouge can now be hrl n all sh tdes of blue green and purple to mateh your gow ns H nppee Ioole at Tex Salvatore Grnlls He owns 1 t tetus dude ranch rn Paradlse Surprrsaha And haye there exer been any more hard rrdrng hard shooting md hard worlung cowboys than George Two Gun Snyder the double barrelled Cyclone from Indrana md 'lrtcey Golden West who rode the outlaw horse lorntdo to st 1nd stnll nn the rodeo ltst sum mer See those ehrldren scrambhng for penmes Sunuel Brustolon Arthur Smnth and Lugene Brustolon part ners rn the f1rm of Brustolon, Smnth and Brustolon lne are show erxng their wealth upon the erowd Thenr company which malees axle grease from se lweed lb ptylng huge dividends Theres Anthony Noyale as dapper as exer And why shouldnt he be for he ow ns the largest elothnng store rn Stonington Thus store rs now featurnng the new one prece exenmg sunt for men desrgned by C ltdys Reuss Prlserllz ohnson IS another promment deslgner She h ts ere ated thu new hat sensmon whueh rs tbso lutely the rage on the Bouleyard You know the one worn drtped oy er the left ear and clasped around the neele You don r want to buy a second hand auto roeleet do you? Maurice Longo of the Used Auto Rocket lmporlum wnll be glad to sell you one just 1 moment folles here s 1 speer tl bulletrn' News has just come from Chrcago that Alyce Kenney and Dons Maynard have manufactured by means of a secret process two elear dramonds each valued at S3 500 Humph you can IITl1gll'lL what IS gomg to htppen to the dlamond lndustry But you hayent heard anything yet Listen' Professor Davld Shaw at last has been gnen the ehanee to malee exeayatnons deep rnto the earth where he expects to fund heat enough to drne steam turbines and generators for pro ducmg eleetrrcnty The project rs being hnmeed by Henry Klotz md Dtyld Knddy retired plumbers Ha' Ha Ha' Loole at whos pushing that blby carriage It rs ohn McMahon lt tools htm seyenteen years to get up enough courage to pop the questron Hrs wnfe you lenow rs the former ehorus gurl 1nd ballet dancer Catherine Mazurale Oh' Hello Stewart cOI'lgI'1IUllIl0DS lrrends l want you to meet the most brnlhant law yer rn the West ern Hemxsphere Stew art McKinney Hrs latest triumph was the Maryorre Green Drvorce Case Maryorle won but the shock was too mueh for her She ns at present under the expert care of Mary Dennehey bram speclahst Say' Did you lenow that aelt l'auhse IS our new Dlstrret Attorney7 It rs sand that he has sueeeeded an obtuntng a conuetxon for every errmmal brought before the bar Speakmg of bars Yale Gordon ns sole ow ner of The Oyster Cocletall lounge loeated on Oeean Dme near the Pomt Vfhoopeel Dxd you he tr that go by ' lt was lranens McDonald speed demon who broke the world s reeord ln his Lnghtnmg Bug powered by water whrch was reeently deyeloped as a fuel by Raymond Wrllxams It s a good thrng our chnef of police oseph Saporrta didn t see htm He wouldnt need hrs fearless detec raves, Prank Kendzra and Paul Lhrnstranson to help htm drscover the guxlty party' By the way lrmle 1nd Ptul are the super sleuths - . 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' a 1 ' . . . . , .y ., . r .1 . .1 . , V r V H Q I N -V . - , Q 11 ' , . At A . . , . . t . ee e ' if S 'L ' L ' ' e' ei ' ei - 1 ' A4 4 4 ,' an s r . .f . . Y, - , . . , . L ' ' ll ' ' lu - s 1 . ,A , . , . . .1 f - , . , . A . s s , - , , . , .5 w 7 . 7 ' - 1- . . , , - . A . . . 4 . - H - - ' ' . f 1 . . , e, . , . . . , e e . t . . THE DIAL who brought about the rescue of young Bully Rrvers the krdnapped son of Frederrck Rrvers bath salt mag nue Inendentally what knnd of books are you readrng these days? Have you seen Lemrd Read s new novel Life on a Perry Boat and Thelma Peabodys 5hoes9 They are on sale IH the World Progress BLIIILIIHFS In that same building you will find IhObC soft shell eocoanuts euluvlted by V1et0r Gomes mf urllrst Attentronl Please make way for the mryor of our beloved cnty Thomas Shaeleley udge ames Vardllos of the Supreme Court rs making a tour of the Exposr txon wrth hrm They are havmg a httle dntflculty gettrng through but the mayors rough and tumble bodyguard Bravxney oseph Moosey rs watchmg exeryone mth an eagle eye And don t forget to see Bedlam at the hxposntnon Play House that super eolossll frlm produced bv e metre lalndenson and directed by Ellliflll' Price the fr st woman sound drreetor eanettes next produc non trtled Crescendo wnll deprct the lrves and loves of that master of the rvornes Franers Lazrts Francns was awarded the Betty Harvey Prxze for the advance m nt of musnc In 1954 Hue you heart trouble? If so consult Romantnc jo eph Chrrsteno and Allce Gley of the Chnsteno Gley Heart Balm Foundatlon They ll never tell you any tlung you dont want to hear Thenr booth I5 on the nudway Say thus rs luck At last I ve found Dorothy Puller and Rosalne Dmoto over nn the General Electrrc exhrbrt booth They are demonstratrng electrrc wall pamters and automatlc rocklng chairs What a colncrdencel In the very next booth are two attractnve women Vrr ganna Thorp and Anna Palencar dnsplaymg stockings made from sprder web filament The machme nhrch has made possrble the finest srlk strand rn the world was Invented by Heanor Lnvmgstone Speakmg of rnventlons osephme Iongo lb elreklng off 300 words a mrnute on her new electrrc typew rrter and Arlene McFarland has started a sernes of concerts on the Alberta Prver photo electrrc organ vshnch pro jects m pretures the story of the eomposmon is rt ns pla ed Here we Ire at the Walter Morgln Model I rrm exhrbrt Walter has been expernmentmg for years on hrs lake farm where he grows all krnds of vegetables through a fine screen placed on the water He believes that by the end of next year at least 99 44fl00W of all farmrng will be done on water We llso have here a spot of color Ohver Denrson red shlrted as of old rs Hre chlef rn the drstnct of Qunambaug Olnver lnkes hrs job immensely especr tlly now that hres em be extmgunshed by remote control Incldenttlly thus new method of fire extmgurshmg ns much easter on the furnrture And for that we h we to thank Doctor Mary Cusack Baby Specnalnst who persuaded the Mtyor to Install the remote fire control system She sand that the old way of havmg red scream mg fire engrnes flynng low overhead frrghtened the chrldren out of thelr wuts Besndes rt recalled only too vrvndly memornes of that terrrble Asratnc war of 1946 an which so many Americans went over to help the Brntrsh quell the Indian rebellion Well folks my time rs almost up and so I must leave you but Ill be with you again every day untll Mabel Trnpp the regular announcer for thls program returns from a personal appearance tour Mabel IS the only female ventrrloqurst rn the country who can make Charlle McCarthy III perform lake his famous ancestor Thrs rs Robert Krng fadrng out . , - . , . ,I . . . . . 1 , l , .1 . , .1 ,' '- . 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' - THE DIAL - WE, THE CLASS OF 1938, of the Stonington High School of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, and the State of Connecticut, being of sound mind, memory and understand- ing hereby revoke all former wills made by us, and make, pub ish and declare the following our Last Will and Testament First: We direct that all our debts of poor behaviour, thoughtlessnesa, and unprepared lessons be paid immediately by doing better in our new fields of endeavor, and that all our good deeds live on in the spirit of the underclassmen Second: We bequeath to the incoming Seniors the distinc tion of Eefng the first class to graduate from the new high school, and the ability to set new records in scholastic attainment and athletic progress Third To this same class, we do bequeath Room 15 haunted Sy shades of Hamlet, Macbeth and oft repeated memory passages Fourth: We give, devise, and bequeath to the Sophomore Class tHe ability to carry on successfully their social af fairs, and, to achieve a dignity worthy of their new name Juniors Fifth To the Freshmen, we do will many new friendships respoffbflitles, our seats in the buses and last but not least, our skeleton in the closet, 'Gertie Sixth: It is our wish that all underclassmen carry on that same school spirit and loyalty which existed so notice ably in our school this year Seventh To our faculty, who by their unfailing efforts helped us along the road to success, we do will our sincere appreciation and gratitude E1 hth We do bequeath to our principal, Perley W Lane our appreciation for his thoughtful guidance and his sincere interest in our welfare Ninth We appoint our principal, Perley W Lane, executor of thIs our Last Will and Testament IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we the officers of the Class of 1938, have subscribed our names and affixed our seal this 22nd day of June in the year of Our Lord, One Thousand Nine Hundred Q We, whose names are hereto subscribed, do certify that on the 22nd day of June, 1958, the Class of 1938, the Testator, subscribed its name to this instrument in the presence of each of us, and at the same time in our presence and hearing, de clared the same to be its Last Will and Testament, and reques ted us, and each of us, to sign our names hereto as witnesses to the execution hereof, which we hereby do in the presence of the testator and of each other, on the said date, and write opposite to our names our respective place of residence Q 3 1 : 3 1 ' w : . , - I I and Thirty-Eight. f r ' ' ' C712 1 C ' f " f" , ID th 1 KIICIS Nl MIDOIII 1 lrnut D11lCson bttv 1rt Xllhlilllly ldv 1rd Grulu Xl1ttl11v XX ySC7Ll'xl Anthony C 111111 Ant mm C 11111111 l111 IFC R111 1 n Sy lx ll ohm SylXll ittv 1rt Nl1lx1nr111 R1ymond MAX 1ll1 11111. 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Burden Vice l resident Albert Dunn bt-cretnry Rope Cnrimc o Treasurer, Betty Hermes The Sophomore Class GUIDE: Here fire two interesting photographs of the Sophomore Cl-iss. Even though .iis group is the largest in the school it has acquired 1 spirit of cooperation which has enabled it to function as a unit. The Sophomore Hop was its successful debut into school society. Nor is th1t its only claim to fame for a member of this cl'1ss has led the honor roll for the entire year. Greu things are predicted for the Sophomores. THE DIAL The Freshmen Classes CL IDI Hcrc is the lrcshman Cllss Unfortunuely not all of thc lrcshmcn hue lomcd the 5 H 5 BI'O1dLJ.bIIDg System bome are sull Lonncqrnd mth the Brolduay md XVL t Bro Id bt bqhool bystcms Hovsuer those xx ho in here wlth us Ira domf, an execllult yob ln the sound cffcns dcplrtmcnt - THE DIAL - Lh M HeNCheel Mk t e L. J l I na I M tth le t S. W lt t The Year Book Stahl GUIDI Oh yubt ,1 moment plelbe before we eontmue I m sure you would like to set the persons directly responmble for the irrmgement of these tours H rt lb 1 pitture ol the Dml SUI They ire IDITOR IN C Hlll Stew lrt lxlllxlllllty ASSO IKII IDVIORS Miry Cuslele I-llrrlet Denison Betts HlfNLy ISLJSINI SS MANAGLR Ylle Gordon ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER oseph Sulln in ADVERTISING ASSISTANTS Robert Dawley Lucretll Ernest Vlntent Irdryth Walter Morgan George Snyder Marione Stedman Demetrlos Tr1gg1s SPORTS TDITOR lranlx Battlstlnl ART EDITOR Matthew Wysotkl IHOTOGRAI I-IIC EDITOR Matthew Wyaotki ASSISTANT PI-IOTOGRAPI-IIC EDITOR Mabel Tripp STFNOGRAPI-ILRS jean Campo Carmeha Sipontl Clthenne 'vltznrmlx IACULTY ADVISTRS M155 Helen N Chesebro Miss Mary A Nlnll Mr Griswold ' ' '- First row, left to ri f t ary Cuszivk, Miss el n . s urn, Yule Gordon. Stewart 4- 'inney, Miss: Mary A. Nzinin, Harrie lb nison. Second row, left to ri 'ht oseph Snllivnn, Jean Campo, Tntherine Mnznrnlr, K':u'rnt-lin Snporitn, Be ty Harvey. 'l'l1irsl row, left to r' fh n ew' VVysoz'l4i, Mabel Tripp. Lut'retin Ernest, Mnjorie Stedman, Rulvort Kinxz. Fourth row. ft 0 rifht zi er Morgan, Vincent Fidrych, Mr. I':4lYVHl'il Grisx-sr-I-I, Ilemetrios Traguis, Robert IT:w.'ley, Frank But istini, George Snyder. J :' ' 1 - .f - . , . V. - ' , ' - . N f ' V . - . . .. , t , . . , A A I k k . - L- - , . 3 i , . . . 1 C . X I - . I ' I 4 . . . . . I I . I . " ' Y - ' T I . V, - " . V 'I C."fE ' ' ........,...............,..,.... r 17 , " L 'Q 2 ' ' 7 ,........ .,.. ........ . .... , ............,,....,..................................... I A ,. ...... , ...,,,..,...............,........,............,. I 'L . V 'f , ' - I' - 7 4 7 ' . 1 Y , I A , L , A I I I I - '- ' ' e . ......,..,............,.......,.....,....................................,......,........ . '1 7 ...,.,..........,....,...... . , it Ag,.z "Alt I' I 4 ' 'f Y . . ' . 1 , A - 1 I f I ' ' - v . ........ . . . , , . I . . . , . . 40 -THE DIAL- Pre-sul. nl Xrllmr Nnnlh Yuen In nude-nl Ernest Lrawmho Nec Trnn Juhu lxupulluwr-lu Iueullv Adu or Munn Mary Vlullumy Sextel left to rlgfht TOCIILI I kitchen Rose Crm tt ho Mrss M ny Mull rnev Jullx lxumtl lox lsr Mugoue Limb lelesa Connor qetond lou left to rneht Line t bantos Chfule hunt Ernest Ct lXlllh0 Lenntl Pe 'lhomx Shxelsley Laurence Kutlerson Arthur Qmlth 'Ihnd ION left to ugh! Edu ntl Coogan Alfred lxupldloxy In I-x mms MeDon:1ld C or TLIICIQII Jr Xelnon Hur thllti .lame Murphy The Student Connell C 'I he stutho to yxhneh we rre eonduetmg you ns that of the btuelent C ounenl Here rr mty xntness a progrtm on stutlent self goyernment Ihe ellSC.lbSlOl'l I5 under the le telershlp of Preslelent Arthur Slillfll and under the super xrsrgn of its faculty adwser, Miss Mtry Mullaney Qulet The broadeast ts on ART C ome on you luels vth1t erm me do tbout th tt mess rn the luneh room ' Any suggest1ons9 'loM l suggest that someone be tppomteel for eteh luneh perlod eyery day rn the vseele and that thaf person be responsible for the appearance of the room ART I-love about rt Mlss Mull1ney7 INIISS Mt 1 LANP5 Well LIN I dont IIIlI1lx II s so hot' The leltls ought to hue enough sehool sprrnt to prcle up thelr own lunch yu t nets UI IA That s what they ought to do but they don r mtl you know nt' LIN We ll brnng em up before the Counerl mel glwe em the worles BUNINY Yeah' Report them and they thmle you re a squealer TOM That s a chance vue hayc to take when we teeept rcsponsnble posntnons After all nt wont be seyueahng We ll only be domg our duty PANNY Gee, Tom I guess you re rxght Wlrat do you say people shall vue take Tom s suggestion' GI llll There s the bell C lrsses lre tlre rely ptssmg Let s see xx h tt rs h rppenmg out slClC - . 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I. n t A t.. - - - II A e 1 I T THE DIAL - Fu-st row left to ngeht Ernest Cravmho Thomas Shackley Stewart McK1nney Mm- Mary Mullaney Faculty Adviser Demetuos l'xag.1,,1s feoxree Burden Albert Palmer Qerond ION! left to 1n.,ht Vex non Hauschlld Ilavlel Sh tw Muy Ilennehey Annx M une fel xldlne SYIVIH Jlllll Kuludlow-xkl Kxthleen Ktrhen I uhu I Wrsxemm Illen I'0Ib9lAL Jane MOIIIWOH The Traffic Squad GUIDI Here s your chance to observe the Trallac Squad II work See how those olhcers have broken that student stampede Into two orderly Innes As you probably know thrs traffic system has been used for sever tl years You would lxke to know how nt works out? Let s ask some of the students WAI Tl R O K What do you want? Gumr l wmt to find out somethmg Do you luke thus tratlne system? WMTLR W e l l xt s all nght but when you re nn a hurry, nt sure cramps your style to hue to go around these orhcers GIIIDL Thank you Walter that s all l wanted to know Oh' there s Irene Souza Irtne w h mr s you opmron of the present tratflc system? IRFNP I thmk rt 5 a good thmg You should have heard the students romplam tt the begmmng of the year before the trafflc squad started nts dutres GUIDF Thats enlrghtenmg Thank you Irene Hn' Bobble Back, tell me do you suppose you could get to your classes qurcker wnthour the help of the trafhc oif1cers7 BOBBIF I should say not How can you hurry when sever ll hundred students are trymg to go nn all drrectlons at one time' You answer me that' GIIIDI Well I guess that just about settles the qucstnon for us D 'z ' ' T, 'z ' '. ". : i ' , 4: ' : 'z '. : , 'I ' , ' a ' 1 . '. Heres Walter Morgan. We'll ask him. Walter, have you a minute to spare? 1 1: ' ' ' ' . . A I ' Q 1 ' A . . 9 D . u 1: . - a . ' 3 . ' I S I . C . 1 1 . 2: A , - . ' . . . . Q ' THE DIAL 5 1011 f to 11. t ve 11 1 Pen lll L1the1 '11 lZlll 1k lltnulhw l lllllel Estelle Thmp Ntrontl mu left to llytht J1me5 I 111to11 P1t11111 011111015 Cetlle Stetlman li111l11 1mb11ll I-l111et lung. it-tty Youm. lulllllll I 111 M 5 1 COINEI llom bhdtltlew lllllll 1011 left to llLl1f M1tthe11 lVysot'lt1 I-111111 ltlll llfl Wlllllm bte1111-5 Robe t lx111 Leo H1 1111 John MtM1ho11 Ste1 llt Mtlx11 11ex JONCIJI bullnfxn Y1le fmtlon Tht Broun and Whitt Staff Cr lllll Itt 5 tlltt 1 pt 1lt m th mt bILlLllO If tl1t tntl ot tht h1ll 'mtl 5tt mlmt tht mtl Whntc- Staff lb up to TUM Comt on tvtrybody gtt tht5t puptr5 foltlttl ohnny lb vtaltrng for them KITTY Gut mt some mort m1ddlc shttts D01 l-lty you Kmg vxhy lren t you folthng p1ptr5 hltt tht rtst of us' K1Nt Go jump 1n the laltt ltt my stoogt tlo lf I m rcathng Mr Lant 5 column CARMI LIA Tht paper IS 1ntert5t1ng th15 trmt don t you thrnlt 9 S111 LY Wl11t 5 mtercstmg about 1t7 IAVUTON lor ont thrng Mr Gordon 5 tmwtls 1n G111111 Wft must bt moxmg 1long no go tlovxn tht l1 lll VK Bron n Mttlco ue gtttmg rathtr txcmng l3t51des wart t1ll you rtad Tom s last cd1tor1al BARBARA And loolt at what Oscar Ram dug ut IllIS month Only Kmg could find such calamrty' l511111 Don t you thmlt that we got a lot of good 11t15 from tht N S P A Comtnnon at Hartford tl115 fall 7 L10 Wtll that jobs dont, bllall wt go around to tht rcom5 now? Tom Yts and wh1le youre 5tll1ng thc paper bt surt to gtt tht puprls reacnon to tht ntvs srzc thtrt Ire mlny bU.lLll0S to 1151t ytt ltr 5 42 . - ' 'Qi , , . . K V . 1 2 l-'i1'.'t ' ', le t 'i th Mall l 'l'1'ipp, Josephi e f:llll'll2llll , C:11'.f l':1 S113 n." z , ': 'intl ff- ' ', " r 1 5 1: ' , 1 " ": ' '.'. " ' . ' :1':1 'l'1'1 . ll ' " " f. l 3 f, 4 ' 'e ' ',', 1'.'. Luft ' ' ', ' 'l as '1 ' . . .' ,' ,. I . A. uv -.1 Y I '11 I ' 'l w L . S' A " in 'wg' ., ' z , ' ' "1 .' ' ' '. , 1 I ' . J Y ' I L iv ' , - - 1 1 - V . - A , A , - . if . ' R ' 4 't 1 1 ' ' ' t t A ' ' t ' ' - K 1 4 g 7 1 A' 4 A ' 2 . U 4 l 1 4 ' A 4'- I I . . , . . 1 . , . . . , , . J . , . . . . . r .. 1, I 1 1 . , . . . . I 5 M A . Y I , . .1 . . . , 4 1 . . . . . . , - 2 ' ' ' ' ' 'f . lt 1 1 . if ' -. ' ' - . . 1 . ' ' I ,. 1 . 1 A ' ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . - ,Q -1 . ' ' A. ' ' . ' , ' 4 . , ' ' - 1 . , 1 . , ' y . 1 V 5 I ' V - 4 - ' - , I . . t . - - - 7 ' f ' . I . ' '- v . ' , . 5 ' ' ' , , , ' A . . , . 1 . 1 . 5 v. 1 v , - 1 1 - . 1 V .I ' - , ' . 4 . l n A A l I 4 Y 1 A , 4 A 1 1 . f 1 , - THE DIAL - 43 -out -L ION left to rrgeht Pr rnee-1 Preree Mrry Young, -Xlther Reid Emily Dennehey Amy Srvrn Mrss Helen N Chesebro Alta hrlbert Ann R0blllSOIl Abbie Cusack Phylr'-1 Xlheeler Kathryn Ilennehey d ron left to rrght Dorothy Mrller Jean Clrrke Mrry Lrsterlenr Sylvrn. Vardrlor-r Xrlelrne Cmnd rll Marjorre Lamb J rnet Lee Hrrrret Krrrp, B1rbrr1 Trumbull Hrzel Mrlbv I error 1 bousr llrrrrl on left to rr ht Prtrrerr Connors Ann Cuvrck M rry Lrowly Robert Bark I'r rrrr r-1 lll rtheus Robert Krne Ernest llreksorr Wrllrrm Pendleton I rllr rn Edt, rr Betsv Butt ll left to rreht Henry Perkrns l'rrr1erf-1 Lonrrors J rme-r Shears 'Vl rurrre Sherry Krrlle rm s lmrr rr The Latm Club Cfrum Wrrt 1 mrnute, folks whrts rll the shoutrng rn studro W Lets go rn and ee Oh rt s only the togr elrd Creero rmpersonrted by Brrbrrr Trumbull and Crto the Tlder Robert lxlngj argurng the quesrronable vrrtues of areh xrllarn Catrlrne fWrllram Pendleton lets find out from the students what the club does Kttherrne do you rlxx ays 1 uer rnterestrng programs? I should thrnk rt would be drlheult to find a varrety of en rtarnment for 1 Latrn Club KATHrRrNr Oh no rt rsnt We haxe sornethrng 1 every trme lRANClb brrre If the lrst meetrng, th rnks to the T A , we h rd movres on Rome and Athens ANI T You should have been to the party we gave to celebrate the baturntlra Everybody tame rn therr xery best Roman togas and stolas GUIDIL What drd you do? Unscramble words and cross word puzzles? DICKSON Thats what you thrnk We really had fun We actually converted Fort s Hall rnto an arena, where we held LOHIQSIS rn hurlrng javelrns drseus throxung rnd ehrtrot r1erng plRlxINS Yes rnd my srered rooster ate lustrly rnd proxed th rt the omens were proprtrous for our brnquet BITSY And you should have seen that banquet trble trrmmed wrth green garlands, lrghted by the soft glow of eandles and loaded wrth good thrngs to eat XVe even had 'rn entertainment wrth the banquet rn IFLIC' Roman style I guess everybody agreed that party was fun Now we re eagerly wartrng to see the second yefrr class s dramatrzatron of a Roman weddrng Grrln Thank you for lettrng us sec your club rn aetron and grvrng us 1 glrmpse of l"lr',' ' ',. . " f f "2 ' . ' " , z ' . 1. . 2 . ' , ' ' , l fir- oz: ' " f . 'I ' ' ', 2 " .4 2 I 'as ' r 2 . ' I ' '. . Vmrr r r'o1'.', " f T " ' ' .', ' 'a '. 'f 1 . .' "j, . : " , Jzrrrroa ' y, J: ra' r l ue. J . - ,. -. A . .. .'fi ' ' 3 ' 3-f ' . lv: "Q rj -7 ' -A ' . . 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' 2 ' I - 1 ' - I tlre- Romans as vital human beings rather than stodgy characters from a textbook. - THE DIAL - I 11st 1011 lef! tn111.ht ixlxla Vxtdllos lxathnn Mel lllle Ilo1othx Millet Mane lj0IldhlE Joanne Whlt'otlt EIGWHOI Hxuxehtld Nelson Re-Nl J xmex Lux ton Wllll 1m Pendleton M'11 0119 Stedman Rose C1m1eho I1ene Walsh 11 ox t u ll t 11-.ep 1111011 nu 1 fk 11'-el IIN hx ull 1 Ade L1 llldalll Atlene BN9l:1 1e11ld111e Svlxxx P lfllll 1 Connoxs Cl111s-11 Cone 111 Betty Young Belth 1 J xeleoxx slu IX 111 P 1le IL ll Illl 1 P 11k111wo11 Q 1the1 111e M 12111 1k Lectle me-eln1111 Em1lx IIQIHIPIIQN lh11d 1011 left to 111 ht Phvlls Wheele1 XV1lf1e1l MrNh111e Stew Ill MIICIIIIIQN Jo EI h N IN 111 John Loelxx 1th M 1111 ue 011111141 Joseph M 4 tel H H1191 lle111-on P011 1ld B1-hop OXN 0 0 Ill 0 N llllllill llll ll I ll Y Nl I P ll lx Hel 1 I'11ec-ne Km 111 The Biology Club The Btolovy Llub IS on 1 held II'l15IOel1y, so we can t see ll 111 1et1on H011 utr there 1re mmy 1 tlu 1ble md tnterextmg thmgb to be found tn thts Btology Studto Iowl 11 thome btrds They hue been etptured and stuffed by members of the Btology Club under the chreetton of Nelson Retd That rattlesnake Skm hangmg up there was prefented by Vtctor GomeS, and the sea eull tn the rtght hand ecrner was ptcleed up by J 'fl 511.1 111011 after ll had been htt and letlled by a passlng tram In thts eaae there 1re 1 number of SIT1lll evhtbtts tneludtng a large mmntula an lgllflql 1 poreuptne 6911, .1 m11d puppy 1 aqutd lllel 11 SLOFPIOD In tl11t eablnet over there, lre sexerll pllster e15ts of lelf struetures mule by members of the elub Here ts 5ometh1ng mth an tnterestmg btory behmd tt Last fwll 1 praymg mmtts wx IS bro tgnt tn and kept 1ltve for a pertod beyond tti normll hfe span It lard a large number ef eggs vxhteh haxe yumt hatehed 'Ihere tl1ey 1re hundreds of tlny praytng mantes Ihts herbartum holds two lne snllees 1 frog 1 number Of small tnseets lllel water pl tnts As one em LlSlly see tl1e club lllS been xery wetne Its next llT1lTlLklllIL proyeet ts 1 trtp ro the zoo tn New York . THE DIAL f 45 Presrdeul Jeanette Lhubol Wwe Presulent Helen Huggins Secretary Treasurer Princes MacDonald lfnst row left to rrtht Anrta Marcotte Marjorre Leahy Marre Kellrher Josephrne Ru-stur Florence Wood Marjorre beba'-Itlan Eleanor Wilhelm MRIIOH iylvla Setond row left to IlL,ht Madellne Marne Joanne Whrtlock Raymond Mlramonte-I 'VIau.uerIte Rlley Lucy Lenagh Mary Sanquedolte Helen Brannegan Ilolore-I 0stIy.ny Jowephlne llllIlLl Jean Mlller Jean Adam-4 lhrrd row left to ru.ht MI'-I-I Mary Cop.an Margaret Brown Mrldred Md une Nona 'lr rynor Bose lung. Mary 'lraxer'-I Edna Lemr-I lfnxtelle lhorp Betty Harvey Betty Young. Anna ll9Vlll9 Angeline Bellorre Norma H0lH19S Helen Hrggrns Harriet Vrntent Margaret Dunham Fourth row left to right Norma Rrccr VIrg.InIa Rrthard'-I Betty bhetheld Catherine Wood Mary Knk Dorothy Smrth Eleanor Lrvrntstone Margaret Larkln Rrta LaBrecque Harrret Ilenrson Mary Cusack Dorothy 'lhavenet Lord James Fallon Arthur Murano Helen Brleker Mary Crowley MHIJOIIE I It terson FI Intex lhpollrnr feorte Lrllxrns Mrlton Mryn ud Robert Perlxrn-I The regg Club GIIIDI The tlub ut rrt rbout to srsrt foll-.s IS tht only purely sotntl orgrnrzrtuon In tht sthool Its mnn purpose hung to brrng together tht mcmbtrs of tht three shorth Ind tlrsses Wlrrt merrrmtnt IS lSSLlll'Ig forth from Studno 16' Wlrat IS gorng on here Amtr ANITA Oh thrs IS 1 party Rrght now ucryonc IIORINCI Well just hut I lrttlt prtrtntt Ttll IS qurtc txtrttd wbout the new shorthand game M155 mt, lb If true that we rc gorng to have a play soon? Cogan has Introduced FRANCIS Yes, we re gorng to present Tryrng Them FRANCIS M m rn m I m hungry ' Wlren are we Out for our next meetrng The parts are berng typed gomg to tat? I can hardly wart to try that gorgeous now wngtl crkt Anna brought GIKJRKII Aha' refreshments frt lrst GIIIDI I thrnlt we h1d better lent for our IIIIIC. lb gtttmg short Look out Irrntls llltl Ctorgt ltrvt somt of thrt trltt for tht othtrs A ' . I ' B - .I Q Wa . Q I . ,. I . w . . , A - , . f' . ' .' , Y ' . . ' ,' ' .' ' .I B. ' I ' ." L' . . , .- , . ' ' ' . ' . . ' .. I., A 4 -7- -' I , u y I 1 L' - ' -1 7. , . ' -' ' ' n - . bi 'I. l 'v - - '- ' . . ,' .' , V . . ,. ' . , . . , - . , 2 ' . , ' .2 .' B. " ,v . ' .. , .L ' . , 'I rf , ' . ' ". ' I . ' ' . ' - . ' ' I U. ' " ' . I . .,. . . ' ' '. " ' ' I .v ' '. I' I ' ' - . 1 . '. ' . - . ' ..' v ' , . ' ' ,-- ' - v -' ' ' 1 Fifth row, left to right Francis MacDonald, Anthony Saporita, Arthur' Andrews, Thomas . . . . t . . .' . . . , .- .' n, - , ': '.' ' ' I, Z 'f li " ' : I ' , ' ,. I ' K ' ' L ' 2 I Q , 't , .1 ' ' FL L 1 , ' ' ' ' 1 I ' A 1- . A 1 4 4 1 ' . 4 4 ' , . I . . F iff I . . . . , . . - '-' ' rv- A 3 : -:- 1 '- ff., ' . t'.-, . . , t . . , . .. , . I I . . ' a 4 'I 1 . A . ' . a gl l . t . - , , - .. - - . , , .r - - - - , , , I - I , ' 3 ' ' ' . 3 ' 51 . , I Lf . . .. I . , . . , I . 1 , ., ,K . 5- . L .L , . . . L' 46 -THE DIAL . -vv Ire-ml nl lhchard Bromley Wu-e Preuuln nl FII:-an Slewurl Tren un-r I-mul bthmrlz Fntully Aduscr Mn-rs Helen N l heat-bro Prr-rt rovr left to rrytht Apnes Reardon hrleen Stew rrt Mrldred Davan Mrss Helen N Chesebro Iwrculty Advr-.er Hetond rovs left to rn.ht Mfrrytrret Vartrs 'leresfr Connors Rebecca Prrtterson Dorothy lieu-.-. lhrrd ron left to rrp.ht Rrrhrrd Bromley Ifmrl Sthmru Ilonfrld lorbe-r The Anczenr History Club r rr Once rr r xx xrsr s utr 7' s stt xxhrt tlrtsc rtn students rrc lrstcnrrrtg so rftcntrxtly xxrntrng Irrtroglyphrts 'Ilrrs prtturt of rn tyt strn is or GLIIIDI lxtust us Rrchard, but wont you ttll us somcthrng rbout thc dub? It s new rsnt rt' Rlt HARD Yts rt rs Our club was stfrrtcd upon the dtmrnd of somc of tht mcmbers of our Antrtnt I-Irstory Clrss who ftlt they would lrkt to ltftrn more rbout subjttts of thtrr own lrltrng Lath mtmbtr hrs rugs art rtporttd rt tht Club mcttrng home of the projttts toxtrrng .1 trmc space from Prthrstorrt man to modtrn trmts, are archrtecturc, transportatron, wrrt :ng and paper makrng We vc also had a party and were rnvrtcd to stc moxrts of Grtcct and Rome, presented by tht L.rtrn Club Cxllllbl 'lhrnk you Rrtlrrrd Im surt r club wxrtlr suth 1 vyorthwxhrlt purpost ought I0 gl'0Vl Curr 2: '- .burr rt-'ll QI i'o --. Lt-t'.' ' . - ' - kk 1 1 ' 1 rt: 5 1. ' ' 'A C RICHARD: The top line represents thc Egyptian n special project. Research work is done, and its find- , " ' " ' 4 "uk tj n ' ' 'Q ' - 'V .l f .... "' - THE DIAL - ted ft o mg tha J k e In p, Kathy De ehey Mtte ck Feog B h MNII ight ye Lo e Tlu OTCITLSUCL G IDI Ibn brudno orcbnrra ns prwgnnnf, 1 Loman today under mln LIIFLLIIOII uf Nirs IFIIILIS K Goddard We haw IIIHL to llur 1 fun sglcnuom bl xll vu 50 nn' X ml 35 t wro runs from tha ushu PAOC R I Nl WILLIAM TELL OVERIURL 1.11 BOHLMIAN GIRL SFLECTION 131171 Corner Solo by JOSI PH M11 HALL SPARKLING EYES MAZURKA B111 POLKA BRILLANTE Illqfflll 11111 Trumpet Solo by YIAMI s MURPHY DANCING DOLLS GAVOTTE 5f'ffJ Vnolm Dua by D! Mlrklob TRMU5 and MAT1 HIV! Wx soc nl Sea . le t r' htfBer ac'owski, Harri t "n ', r'n nn ', a h w Wyso 'i, 1 r e ouc er, Frances c 'e. Second row. left to r' I -- Corinne No ' s, uis Souza, James Murphy, I1 metrios 'l'r:xgg'ia, mhirs. Francis K. Goddard. Faculty Adviser, not in 1'L-iure. J J ' fin 'L I ' " A 'Q' 'A " ' A I -I , "1 .I ' . ' ' " ' 'L 1 " '.'1g 'A' '. 'ou gy 'clggfl 1 ' . I I 4 , 4 " 7. .......... R1,f111 I , . ...... 4 - . . 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The play XVIS written by the senior members of tI1e club. OI1. yes. sl1e is 'tlso reminding the members of the CQ-I et L11 st.1lf tl1.1t there will be 11 write-up session directly after the meeting. Vlsl1'1111: M ty we st'1y to see the pl.1yf '1'1111f: XY l1y certainly, I SIIJII be gl41l to interpret for you. if you wis1. Now in tie first stent 1.... THE DIAL l'ust row left to Ileht Mzujoue lamb Dorothy Muller Betty Younp, MI-If-1 M ny -X N rnlu I xtulty Advrser Pxtucra COIIUOIH Harriet Ixln Annu Devine Ne or tl IOW left to rleht Pllwllll 1 Johnson James Linton Ernest CldVlIlh0 Ieo Hlggllll II Ink It All mo Vernon H Ill'-Chllil M xtthexs Wy-sock: B thu I llumh ll Ca et La Club GIIIDI I tdres and Gentlemen you are about to mtness somethrng that IS really drffer ent the makmg ofa French Neva sp tper by the French students ot Stonrngton Hrgh bchool The paper whrch was started last year has been Increased to tw elve pages A new trtle head md 1 cover with an approprrate desngn for each edrtron, has been added This pubhcatron whrch contams student compositions poems cross word puzzles song hnts riddles classroom boners Illustrated jokes and school news all rn Irench has already vuned 1 wlde reeognrtlon And now to see how II 1ll comes lbout IMMY How do you say Every Day s a Holrday ln French 7 VERNON Why bother everyone knows rt rsn t true IMMY You re a brg help Worse than the dmc tronaryl BLTTY Ive just fimshed another stencrl Mlss NANIA Grve rt to Barbara to mnmeograph Want I had better look lf over for accents first Here s another one you can start on In the meantrme MARJORIE Thus materral rs all corrected Is there anythlng else for me to do7 DOROTHY You may help me wrth the vocabulary Supposmg you start puttmg lf In alphabetrcal order MISS NANIA Have you finrshed your drawrng Patricia? 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Q I THE DIAL FOOTBALL Good afternoon, folks this rs Frank Battrstrnr who rs brrngrng you the hrghlrghts of the great rntersec tronal football game between those two great teams Westerly and Stonrngton There are several thousand spectators here today Ancrent rrvalry mrld weather and crvrc prrde rn Stonrngton s new athletrc field have brought out a record breaking crowd Out on the field rs Stonmgtons snappy new drrll squad formmg the letters S H S ust hear that crowd cheer' As you know feelrng rs hrgh today both rn the stands and on the field Stonrngton rs out to avenge a 13 0 defeat rnflrcted by Westerly on Armrs trce Day Because of rts exceotronal conference reeord the Stonrngton Fleven rs the fax orrte Here are the teams' There s the whrstle Stonrngron krcks off What a start' There goes Helme of Stonrngton ls rt a touch down? No Wart a l-.rck rt s blocked a safety oh oh what s that? Lesnrewskr and Dolan seem to be havmg a krckrng L ue The score rs Stonrngton 7 Westerly 0 at the end of the first quarter lust hear those Ston rngton fans' They are gomg wrld and Wrndham were nosed out by close scores earlrer this season Grrswold went down under the smashmg defeat of 78 I2 Griswold by the way rs a newcomer rn football Frtch was defeated once 7 0 and agam 6 They re back rn posrtron The warm weather has made the field very muddy and the playrng drfiicult Stonrngton rs keeping Gradrlone of Westerly boxed up rn sprte of hrs frantrc attempts to repeat the long runs of the prevrous Stonington Westerly game There s a pass rt s otfsrde Both teams are farlrng to score lts very slrp pery out there Campo and Helme of Stonrngton keep breakrng through the Westerly lrne but no score An other pass incomplete And here s the end of the second quarter What excrtement' Stonrngton rs strll rn the lead Tony Campo, smashmg fullback john Gatchek, All Eastern Connectrcut tackle, and Homer Trrpp All Conference end are outstanding stars The team usrng a combrnatron of the srngle wrng and double wrng back system, shows the able coachrng of Michael Cronrn There s the whistle for the second half They re rn a huddle rt s a pass No, rt s incomplete Gradrlone rs strll berng checked Stonrngton rs edging rn ust a mrnute, there s trouble Oh oh' a penalty for a holding fifteen yards against Stonrngton Thar muddy field rs makrng thmgs rather drflicult Both teams are fightrng for every ads antage Hold rt Gradrlone has the ball Look at that boy run' The Westerly fans are crazy wrth excitement Want no he drdn t get there Helme of Stonrng ton made a beautiful tackle Now IIS Stonmgtons turn to go crazy The fight rs on agam Campo rs playing hrs last game for the Bears Lesnrewskr seems to be carrying the brunt of the attacks There s a pass by Cravrnho Gatchek and Gradrlone, Westerly s star player, seem to be havmg rt our together It s now the fourth down Westerly rs rn the spread formation The ball rs snapped back to fullback Grad rlone The crowd rs tense There rt goes agam rrs rncomplete' The game rs over and Stonrngton wms 2 O by vrrtue of a touchbaek rn the first quarter The crowd rs bre rkrng Stonrngton fans are jubrlant Well so long, folks Thrs rs your sports commenta tor srgnrng off untrl the football and eross country banquet when l shall brrng you a descrrptron of the banquet md 1 summary of the eross country terms rerrvrtres I'rrst row left to rrght Edward Mrller Joseph Moosey Peter Lesnrewslsr Ernest Cravrnho John f rtchek Co captain Anthony Campo Co captain Lenard Rerd Homer lrrpp Feoree Donch John Shannon Second row left to right John Sylvia Ceorge Barden Demetrros Traggrs Saxon Hirsch XVrllram Perry Ernest Santos Arthur Smrth Charles Smrth Charles Trant Benjamrn Helme Fhrrd row left to right Albert Dron Walter Morgan Davrd Noble Frederick Rrver-4 Cerartl Watts Mrchael Mazzarelln Donald Ray Henry Klotz Nel'-ron Rerd Albert Rrcker Ifourth row left to right Lawrence Lyneh Laurence Anderson John Lombardo Hurry Jones James Southworth Wrllram Champlain Albert Palmer l'rfth row left to rreht Assrstant Coach James Hanley Head Coach Mrehael Lrunrn Assn-rtrnt Coach Anthony Puprllo ' ' 50 4 , A 1 I . . 1 .... l Aa. , A " A 4 1 . , ' . . , A L Q -. .,i- l A A K I Q A r .... ' ll ' 4 lr' Y ' I . 4 a n 2 I In ..... I . l r . ' A . j Vs ' . L L . I S I X . . .... C ' V - .... I .... ,I .... '.... . ....A, A .... S ' .... , , l 4 , . l . , . l 1 - V- I A ' ' - .... 4 , . . A' . Y' l l .... ' ' -, ,f ' ' Well, folks, Stonington isinthelead. Even Bulkeley ' r - I M A I , , y, , .... . D ' I ' 1 , , . . . Q - .01 .... . A T . I I I L 'I ' - . l. .JI A V- ," ' ' ' , 3 I ' . N ' ' r -, - 2 1. ' ' " 'Q " , , . - L" N '. I ,ll E ' I n ' I u - . ' e '.: . ' '. .r j- A. bo- - THE DIAL - l t I left. to light Louis Lattlmole 0llX9l llenl on Vincent FltllXlll Captain Rlxmond 'Vln lmontes Raymond Pelklns Joseph NUlllXlll lhules Cllllllllll Neconcl tcm left to light Coach T Kllen Cxouch Joseph KE?ll1l7ll T,'lXlil lintvsiste Illlllili Hxannepean John Ledvnth Llnence Baer-hun Milton Maynucl John Molex Ju-eph C mlex M nn 1 ex Yxle Kolclon CROSS COUNTRY Good cxemng folks this is your S H S sports commentator bringing you 1 renew of this year s cross country tchxexcmcnts from thc annual banquet held for thc combined tctms of football and cross country lhxs is rndeed 1 memorable occasion Nearly three us Colch Orlc ms Christian of Connecticut Statc College Mr Wlllnaln Crowley a promtnent football official Mr ames Crowley, head coach of Pordharw Unnersxty better known as Sleepy jim Crowley, lather Ambrose Regan O P head coach of Providence College Mr Tuckcr Superintendent of Schools and Mr Lane Principal Before thc spexkcrs of the exennng are introduced I wish to glVC a short resume of thc cross counrty achievements for the year The Stonington Hugh School cross country team ended its season by finishing fifth at Connecticut State I'lus was very good in ucvs of the fact that thc team was none too nmpressne ID its early workouts Coach T Allen Crouch had only tvso xeterans to sttrt mth Captain Raymond NTIFRYIIODILS and Raymond Pcrlclns llowcwcr lfter strenuous trunlng Vincent lrdrych Olner Denison louis Lcttnmorc joseph Sulln tn, tncl Stue Shawycr soon added the much necdcd balance to thc team Their first mcet xx as held at Stonington with Chap man Tech, a conference foe With only a few fol lou ers on the side lmes, the cross country team eked Ollf a 77 78 victory The first three Stonington runners Crandall Stonington was also the scene of the Ston mgton Westerly meet nn which Westerly won by the small margin of 28 27 On October 15th the league meet was held at home ln this the Brown and Whlte Harrlers finished fourth Thanksgiving day at Westerly the Stonington team oncc tgaxn was defeated with a score of 23 57 The hnal and most important meet of the season xx ts hcld at Storrs Of the twelve schools participating Stonington took fifth place The nucleus for next years team will consist of lettermen Lattlmore, Perkins, and Shawyer The second teftm comprised of such stellar perform ers as Milton Maynard David Btrtxxhlstle, and Francis Brannegan defeated the Bulkeley and Chapman Tech second teams in dual meets and finished second m the ltyxcc conference meet Thus ended the cross country season And here IS your master of ceremonies who xull introduce thc spc tkcrs of thc cxentng l I 4 r i u 4 S ii , K ' A L E g 'Sl . 'irs 'msg " -- '. ' ' . " ' 's , ' ' 'g ' , 1' J . V ' Y Y 7 ' . ' . Af " . f ." . A A . . s hundred people are present. We have also here with to cross the last white line were Perkins, Shawyer, and ' 7 ' I Y 7 - 4 - ' - Y ' , ' cl ' rv , ' A 5 ' : 9 ' '7 - - 1 U . A ' S k ' ' ' - D K , i . K R- . ' v' . f L , A . X if ' , A V f ' 4 Lk-- - THE DIAL 61 11235 l'rrst row left to right Benramrn Helme Ernest Santos Milton Maynard James Sherry Raymond Mrramontes Maurrce Sherry Harry Jones Second row left to rrght A-ru'-rtant Manaaer James Leahy Vernon Hauschrld Frederick Rrvers Co captarn Charles Trant Co captarn Edward Mrller Peter Lesnrewskr Saxon Hrrsch Homer Trrpp Thrrd row left to right Head Coach I eorpze H Foley Jr John fatchek Edward Coogan Charles Crandall John Lombardo Demetrros Traggrs Anthony Campo Arthur Smrth Lours Lattrmore Manager Thurman Prerce Assrstant Coach Mrchael Cronrn Fourth row left to rrght Lawrence Lynch Ernest Cravrnho Olrver Derrrson beorbe Burden Raymond Wrllram-r Barry Kenyon Albert Palmer TRACK Good afternoon, ladres and gentlemen of the radro audrence Thrs rs Frank Battrstrnr broadcastrng from the Yale Freld New Haven, Conn We have just brought to you the frnals of the tenth annual Connec trcut track and held champronshrps Stonrngton Hrgh School, defendmg Class B champron, has shown great strength today Whrle we are wartrng for the orhcral scores I shall brrng to you a resume of the achrevements of the Stonrngton Hrgh School Track team, a favorrte today They have comprled a sensatronal record thrs year On Aprrl 14th Stonington was returned the wmner over Chapman Tech, 62 51 Then on Aprrl 19th the tmcksrers upset therr tradrtronal rrval, Westerly Hugh School 72 45 At Storrs College, a relay team com posed of Trrpp Helme, Watts and Hrrsch, won the mrle relay rn the record breakrng trme of 3 44 For the frrst trme rn hrstory the Bears were trrum phant rn the Class C drvrsron at Rhode Island State rn sprte of keen competrtron On May 14th Stonrngton whrpped a strong Alumnr team by the close score of 58 1 3 54 2 3 The Bears neared therr peak a week later when they won from Frtch 76 1 2 31 1 2, and garned therr second leg on the Sronrngton Frtch Trophy Walt a mrnute, folks heres the frnal score Ston mgton has been nosed out Stomngton second place, 39f pornts .-N " r , , Q ics., '- ' r 7 , ' - . " r - mr F A ' - . ' '. - ' - . ' v ' A , - .D - . w r , -- r . , ., 1 . . . ' r . ' . . . ' ' r . . I . . I . 5 . , . L , ., . ' H . . . .. s ' - ' ' a , . ' . . . , . - v - 1 . , . . , , - - ' . , . - . . . . - - r 9 3 ' f ' 's ' . 62 - THE DIAL - .Ara-r Fnst low left to ruzht Joseph Cmrlsbeno Bemamln Helme Frank Battlstlnl Charles Txant becond low left to rxght Home: Trlpn Ernest Cxavlnho John latchelt Ctptaxn Thomas Shackley John McMahon Thomas Lord George Donch Thud row left to right Danlel Souza James Mcl ulre Peter Lesnxevuskl Charles Smlth Wllham Kennedy David Shaw Arthur Murano Coach Anthony A Puplllo I-oulth row left to ruzht. Assistant Manager Louis Kessler Wlllmm Ch nmplmn Alexander bclalabba Maurice Smlth Hand Noble Albert Dion MHIIHLQI WVllY.el Mo11.,.xn Xllnllum Hughes BASEBALL Good rttcrnoon folks thxs ns your sports commcn tator brlngnng you another revxew of sports from the S H S studios Stomngton Hugh s baseball team opened xts season ID an unsuccessful but thrlllnng mvaslon of the Wmd ham Hugh camp Hnally succumbmg after eleven hard fought nnnmgs by a score of 4 3 In thc game wnth Bacon Academy, the Stonmgton Bears held a Jamboree of sluggmg, rollnng up nnneteen runs agamst thenr opponents nn a decidedly one snded contest A wcek later the thnrd game of the season, played tt Mcrccr Flcld New London, saw our home team go down undcr a 6 1 defeat by Chapman Tech ln thcnr bout wnth Norwrch lree Academy although they were closely shaded by a score of 9 7 they showed for the flrst tlme their hnttnng abnlnty nn league com petutnon Agam the pnx was wnth Stonmgton for nt was only by a narrow margin, 4 3, that the Bears lost thenr fourth stranght conference game to Bulkeley The Brown and White nlne felt the loss of thelr relief hurler ln the tnlt wlth Fltch The Brum rally threatened for a whlle, but Fitch finally succeeded m obtaxnmg a wmnmg score of 11 8 Although former games have not been m favor of Stonmgton the tcam expects to bnng nts season to a successful closc by reversnng many of nts former scores V s , W.. r l - . .y N' J' V, . 1- ' , .".', . 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A 'I . ,,l , f' . 519611961 Companq Stomnqton, Conn. - THE DIAL - Savo Stu io Modern Photoqrflpliq 0ElCld1 Photoqrdphc-:rs Class of 1938 L Mqsiic, Connect: I - THE DIAL - C. B. Cottrell 81 Sons Companu Prtnttnq Press Manufacturers tllesterlu Rhode lsland Mllwaulcee l.DlS 3713 N Humboldt Auenu New Uorlf N U 25 East 26th Street Cluraqo Ill .932 South tvllclnqan Avenue . a if 1 ' . . f' . ' C - ,.. P, - , . . . I . . 'J . , , Jlmerlean Thread Co Ulm Clark M1115 Fme Cotton Harms LD te Ig Rhode I la C1 . af - Manufacturer of es r , s n A mum and Cwhlte Jggfkx A Tlllf 171 L - .1 A A L N' 3 'Q if 0 A1-iw, f N" ,f,J.15' "X .ff I1 J Vkw C5 c-3 CBR-1cul'Lq - THQ IIAL f 1 A f fgqf- ,qq ,QKA3 '2'fl'y?Nv' , W1 5 'xv-V' , ml - THE DIAL - Atwood M.-lchme Companq Stonmqton Conn THE RIVERSIDE PRESS I Nb I Bard Prmrmq Typuavztu Saks Suwu Rmtals Basmess and Soczal Statzonuy Qffice Supplzas Fountam Pens ugtznv Canis for All Occasions Amsr Colors and Supplas Stamps for Collatovs I , . X. I R 1 1 Q!-'5. 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J J 1 ' E I 1HE BIEKFURIJ ENERAVING 81 ELECTRUTYPE CU THE FACT th t th th ttht QCUMPLIWENTS OF he elemmen Town of Stomngton RALPH P WHEELER ELVIN BYERS JOHN J DONAHUE f T H ' J I A L V ' f'I . . . l " P v 1 dt d 'g ci k th g 'gf th"b k d y p ' tA Ir. . .g .f, N E 1. dl-1 d' gD,' ' d E ' f h 1' d llxg 1 bl '. w L S E I x E Y V , 4 Q Y X 5 'KI ' 1' 1 N THE DIAL lh P ll QW Tlhoroug reparatron W1 ww Qualrlfy You to Grasp Your l cours: -- s Opportunrtres Amt S'-l If you are IOOIIIIIQ forw ard to enterlng the professron of IJUSIIICSS It IS work but your present lnterest w1ll he mereased rf you have a definlte objectrve BUSIIICSS needs you provrded you are adequately tralned to QIVC efhe lent SCFVILS Unusually capable stenographers prrvate secretarles at countants bookkeepers and clerlc rl assistants are alw rys rn demand Prepare now to meet the exactrng TCQUIFCIHCIIIS of busmess exeeutlves through one of the f0ll0WlIlg College Grade Courses Busmess AdlHlUl5IP3ll0ll Secretarial Scleme Act ountauu CATALOG WILL BE SENT UPON REQUEST OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND SECRETARIAL SLIFNLE WORCESI ER MASSACHUSETTS 185 7 1938 MYCO Floor Products lor 81 years MasuryfYo'ung ompany 76 Roland St Boston, Mass -'A NEW ENGLAND INSTITUTION" Everything for Complete Floor Maintenance of Halls, Churches, Schools, Rectories and Convents 0 O 3 1' I 14-:in SP g 0 I l . 'f2 "'::.::!" 'c' Q Q advlsahle that you make your plans soon. You are now Iaylllg the ground . N . I Z ' . . . .- . l . . . Y . Z ,, .- , , ' z 2 ' . O O - THE DIAL - Serve nan Jer ren QREAM General lee Cream Corporanon Starr Savrng v nth New Lenden A Eng Strong Frrencllly Bank 63 M S 4 Q 4. w r Q 3' r V' V The Savings Bank ef me 'X K r1'9rr rr, rar. X rg ain Street, New London, Conn. THE DIAL M' 'VIR Qgggxxfifx Ex- at 62 W X sux M 1 lk. GBX 4 Year if ff Q . 3 Vleiwf 1 Www " Awww we ff RWM W ' WM MX-awww-Y, fvdwfa WNW! Degree LOUISCS nn Bnsxness Adnnnlstrauon Arun n Lanny and Fllldllle Serrelarx xl Suenae and tum merual Teacher Tranung qfunr xearsj Also short er dxploma Ser rel xr' nl mnrses l' rem- Planelnm nl ervlce Bruin! graduates are ln demand for re pun :ble po llll n l' nr lllnn nt lx nlred larlx rc QISIFHIIOII 1-4 xdvxsablr- You are lIlVll li to Vl xt the Q :liege and lnsnest the t8lllDU and the L olle ge supervxsed dnrnxlwm- lalulof. and N new lim la mall ed fre e Addre Dxru tnrof Amlnu lun BRYANT COLLEGE Hope and Benevolent Nts dl d Young Orchard -Me PROX llll' Nl l' RHUDIH ISL AMD Lonlplnnents of R. A Sherman SL Sons CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS gi- Stonmgton Parent Teachers Assoclatlon 1' The Marmers avmgs Bank New London Connecucut L-L 4.3 , "'Q:x'?f : 3 4.--,+ " ? . 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' M ' n ' - - . ss, -' 'ss' sz W ' N 0 o O - THE DIAL - Work for the Future and Save Systematleally at the Groton Savmgs Bank Mystlc bonu Lhrlstmas and Tax Clubs Otto Semolner UC Westerly R I Flush Metal Partxtlon Corp IAI 'IOIII mc SIIONNII I -Xl Illlf NS Dlstntt Sll9S NI mx er R V 'IHONI XS 7' Feln I el L me Nl est II 1ltIO1l'l Conn Authouled Westellw H lllIllt'lN ol lxl OI- IILI I LIIIIOLSTPI ED FI I NIIIII F Vlhltnex NI1ple BH PIONX S-XNFOI D CAI IFTS md I II S I lenwood R Lnf es Red I IOSS M lttlessu Impeull VV1ll PIPLIS md m my othel 'N ltlilll xllw know I1 N111 es ot lilll mshm by honest lJLlblI1CSS methods the best of sel VICE md eonvement uedlt telms we hope to mel lt 1 shfu e of your pltxonfwe The Westerly Furmture Co . . l O O . C MIC". , ' I CT Q z l l I ' A x v 1 y y mf' 71 w n 'I u A n D I Sz J I z ag' ' - ' 1 ' w 1 K '1 ' . . . f L . . , 1 , ...... J c V 1 1 ' 1 X1 v. 1 , 4 w . A s'r4 Lv n-v 2 sis I ' I I 'I 'I ' w 1 vy Y y rw Y y A A L , N L 1 Y . Y I v A C 0 ARMSTRONG LINOLEUMS I f l l I f 3 V' W ' W ' I 7 I II 1 'I' X I I I I 4 A lt. x 1 u 1 L, A , v N '- I I IL I , Q I 2 lg Q, " 2 ' .'. ,. 1 ,-. l ln K 5 I A V I vm . 1 v 1 C A L C U ' 'Izi-Q " "."g's - 'r K, I ' I 1 . r I . I V 1 4 1 , - . " 2 C ' ' z ' fb' . O O 1 - V 47' THE DIAL Unlted Theatre Westerly Central Theatre Westerly Strand Theatre Mystic Stl Showmg the Newest and Best nn Moving Plctures J B Fllldley Mgr New London Buslness College 51st Year Business Admlnstratlon Higher Atcountanty Executive Secretarial SI8Il0gl'dDllIL Secretarial BUSIHCSS and Bankm Shorthand and Typewrltmg Summer School opens July 1 1 Fall Term begms September 7 IECI P pl Albert Fort Electrical Contractor MARINE SUPPLIES 104 W lter Street Stomngton The Mayfalr Hairdressers and C osmetlclans 14 West Maln St MYSIIL Phone 918 Everythmg rn Hardware Pamt and Sportmg Goods C W WILLARD HARDWARE CO Westerly, R. 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