Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

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'-',, 1 v ,fu 1 R Q 1 Q. ,,-,. av ' ' 3' The PAWMYSTUNIAN 'f f -35 04 N' " I ,ll -S-'V Published by THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 STONINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Stonington, Connecticut x Q I V Y 971 - y My 2 .M fr- -S ly' 5 Dedication E E, THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1951, DIZDICATE THIS E ISSUE OF THE PAXWMYSTONIAN TO THE BOYS NWHO S HAVE LEFT OUR CLASS AND TO THE BOYS NWHO WILL 2 LEAVE TO SERVE IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE E UNITED STATES. ' x 5 Qxix f E K 41 - .909 Q45 2 av N L - page two Foreword As WE, THE CLASS OF '51, ENTER INTO THE ADULT WORLD, WE SHALL ENDEAVOR TO FULFILL OUR HOPES AND AMBITIONS AND TO BRING TO STONINGTON HIGH SCHOOL THE CREDIT SHE DESERVES. In Appreciation W' GEORGE H. FOLEY CYRUS N. MORGAN Wafbingfon Club Aaiviror Clam Advifor ' Page three 77' M01 Administr ation fe?-X fl CARROLL W. PEAVEY P1'i1n'ifml T. ALLEN CROULH SZlI76I'jl1f6lI6f6l1f FACULTY f , 4 ,, ., Q 3 'Lx f Q f ' yr ff 95: .?. fMQ4g ? 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JOSEPH NANIA Nlzzyic - 125334 N N N I Rf, V .. R NX .. 'S X Tx MW. MARLIN H. ROLL Sfiezzfe f Hixfory 'WW IWYRA P. WHEI R j. GEORGE WILLIAMSON BEATRICE SILVERSTEIN MARIE M. STEVUART Lufjfz - Elzglifb Head of Bll.fjlI6J'J' Depmfzzfelzf Home Emu 1 'fx page tive Nlevlmzziml Dmzwiug ,,.. I page six S-. x 3: - fiifffffv Re r I CLASS OFFICERS 7196 ty We ' L og AJS M- A lf? 1681 6111 fb -A Prefidem' V' -PA L 4,1 35136 152 Q I , j X ' H 'Aw awci u ' -wifi? f if- I lynn. af f I li 0 L lx ELIZABETH LI, SITNIONELLI "B6ffy" Mystic E.zrIb',f ambien lbnzg. .1 zi fm1.z11 perfefzfd. Girls Basketball lg Sophomore Vice Presiclentg Treasurer 31 Secretary 43 Student Council 1. 2. 3. 41 Cheerleader 3. 4: Yearbook Staffg Honor Society 3, 43 Girls Intramuralsg Junior Prom Committee: Senior Prom Committeeg Ring Comrnitteeg Girls State Representative 5: Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Wfash- ington Clubg A, A. Treasurer 4g Yearbook Stagg "S" Clubg Queens Courtg junior Prom Committee. WILLIAM JOSEPH ADAMS "joe" Lower Pawcatuck Leirzrre ,rzriker me at ul wou- derfzzl plefzmre, "S" Club 2, 3g Vice President 4g Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Wash- ington Clubg Honorable Men- tion 1, Z, 3, 4g Freshman Par- ty Committeeg Hobby Club 3g Glee Clubg Senior Prom Com- mittee. -' Seci'efm'y Q3 s GRADUATES ek Q., page seven Treizmrer C 909 , E' fn 4 U3XfiLLgiiyQjdNALD,i "Roi-i'fl, , aw atuck qua-'71 Oo. milfy i110Q'6i?irf.' A Zapp-3 ' . Student Cotinci 1, 2, 3, 43 Vice President of Eastern Con- necticut Eeclerationg Glee Club 4g Camera Club 2, BQ Dramat- ic Club 4, Treasurer 43 Biology Club 31 Honor Roll 2, 4g Bas- ketball lg Track 2, 3, 4g Fresh- man Party Comrnitteeg Junior Prom Committeeg Senior Prom Committeeg Washington Clubg Yearbook Staffg Class Vice President 4. .IOANNE FOKYTANELLA "ji," oia Mystic Null? I It iff f -11 JJ cllffjltrl' , 7. mnor Rol 1, 5, 4' UU01' c -' . A tb 1, 41 lu M 1, - eerleacler iptii mbr Class gl I nitt o 1 lu la P Jm Co Stnit Commit rom uten s C u i Wa on Club S on v"G ls Ath ssociation garb ditorial Sta Girls ue Repres lub c Room Tl n L r 4' ir n Pa X' 4- Q- y e " P X m i eg . ,- ,6 mf , . - at eel ,i y Q ' 5 ,n , trai , ,, 4g I' . ' Sq Hi' ' -L 'N i '- ' g Q .4 ' C A ' 2, ai A - 4 Q Q ' g ' ve lg ' S" Q 4' - Trea. fer RQEJQJ Ensemble 3.1 y .ff 1 X NAIRIEY ALBRO "Nan" 1 Mystic MV H .t1i1'ei'1 gin ' in ber ff lflf . ntramurals 2 5 -4 onor 1 a nal on ot e y 7: rum or s 3 adif -, 5, 44 oi Roll , 2 ,, 4g ' . H or ' 'i' ' , A Cl b S, rathc ' 3, 4 B on 7 V W room easurerg rown a e n or-1 W ' 7 3 A tE ' ' rls Athle Associa n 3 mv! 4 S b 4 l s L at iorj rom Com itteg enior Prom o imittee' o Pro Q e n ourt'S ent o ilgiwrls' Qnt.1A tive Zg tubing? Club",Vf' U0 Yearbook Editorial t- "4 6191141 1111 ,zzfj QU' ' lmrcz' horfa. AUDREY AMES "Horsey" North Stonington Bt' 1'f1r'1'1t't'd for ,lf!L'llt'L' bil! 1lt'1't'r l.l.x"L1' for si'fwt'i'b. Nxfgishington Club1 Honor Roll 41 Typing Clubg Brown :ind Wliiteg Business Club 4. ELLEN ANDERSON "El" Pnwctttucli A i'l1cw'f11! fllllg 111.1ft'i J drift ti fmrf. Honor Society 3, -iQ Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4g Traliic Squad 3, 41 Public Relations Club 41 Wiislwingtmin Clubg Office Girl 1, 41 Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 41 Business Club 41 Senior Prom Committee. 4 'I 1fiaffigv6N ll5'zt4KElxW l yn!! f vwsiutk i llfejni' .XG ee Club 1, Z, 41 Orchestra l, 21 Wiislwingtrxn Clubg Football 41 Senior Prom Committeeg junior Prom Committee. AMOS BANKS "Amo" Mystic A gfffm' 111.111 ii' w111!e11!c'11', Football 1, 3: Baseball 31 Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4g Chess Club 31 Glee Club 31 Public Relations 41 "S" Club 3, 41 Wiishingtrmn Clubg Biol- ogy Club 41 Freshman Piirty 1. GRADUATES page eight JEAN BARNES Mystic l1 play. Hcilokibe Menti 1 3, 3, 4g mtulicC1 X , ,'41Glee Club 1, , 41 Brown 8: Whi. , 2, 3. 41 Yearbook ju ior Pri Committee 'Senio P211 fCt5i1itteegCbess Cl ' ' 'C l a'11,2,3,4: ubq, sigma 1 Operettaz- I 7 , 41 Washinlz- fun Citiwllpj EILEEN BARRETT Pawcatuck A j1e1jfer'l 1.145 411 ,zU21111e,r. qlziel refined ,md L'f1LH'f60uf. Drum Corps 11 Dramatic Club 11 Chess Club 31 Washington Clubg Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 4. A u LW CEBPE EY "Lar "' Nt tonington HE but A nfs 111111111 W' shi gtt V . '1 onor Roll 4' anster 0 P lb' 1 e rinl 1, Pe ha ew Yorlq Lnti lubg I I r.1ls 1, 2, 31 Ehool ew aperl Phi L.1mel.i Frat ity. BARBARA BILLINGS "Billy" Lower Pawcatucli ixvrlfllllll .zbilifiexi .ire like 1141- umf pltzlltsr. Camera Club 11 Drum Corps 1, 3. 41 Cafeteria lg Wtisbing- ton Club1 Barbizon Club 41 Intramurals 31 Girls' League 1, Z, 3, 41 Trnrlic Squad 3, 41 Business Club 41 Basketball 3. Sf BT i, GRADUATES FRANK BLIVEN North Stonington Mu: of jeu' z1'oru'f .Ire Ifie fwfr 111511, Glee Club 3. -1. ku JOYCE BLIVEN "Joyce" Pawcatuck Her e-' f an file i.zfpli1n.i' nt if: ffiori. Glee Club 13 Cafeteria Staff 1. 2. 5, -11 Tratfic Squad 5, -lg Honor Roll 1. 2, 3. -11 Busi- ness Club -1: Public Relations -11 Yearbook Staff -lg Brown and XY'hite Business Staff 5. -1: junior Prom Committee: Vvashington Clubx Girls' League 2, 3. -11 Senior Prom Committee. Girls' Basketball -41 Intramurals -1. pfxjfr-J I 5' lk Y vi 5 AJ V r J .LL-' .ff ' e if . RUTH D. QBRIST " ! "R thigi' avvcat' -H!! IM K'- He zurge HJ! ef' i j' .MJ .Hcl.' U aw Druin Corps . r a' Club 11 Chet' ub 5: Hvnor oll 2. 5. g'VC'as ington Cl . W' 1 oap ,J lf!'Zf Hy-J lkfl J ff' - L- - i SJ gl RONALD E. BROXVN QV, ,X "Ronnie" Mystic . The ,write IAYJI ufnfr umm off. - i Operetta 1. 2, 3. 4g Glee Club 1. 2. 3. -11 Honorable Mention 1, 2, 5, -11 Dramatic Club 1. H -- 2, Vice President 5. President ,Q ' X 43 Brovvn and XY'hite 5, 4: A ! junior Prom Committee 31 if Chairman of Senior Prom -11 ii """'-"1 Competitive Plays 2. Director b E 43 School Plays 1. 3. 43 Ora- ' torical Contest -1: Track 5. -1: Yearbook Staff -lg Public Rela- ' tions Club -11 Chess Club 31 XX"ashington Club 4g Business Club -1. page nine BARBARA BRUNKE "Barb" Mystic In Zur ffufiglre ii' live lilil' of fllldllejj. Orchestra 1. 2, 5, -11 Glee Club 1, 2. 3, -lg Brown and White 5, 41 Honor Society 3, -lg Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3, 41 Sophomore Hop Committeeg Homeroom Treasurer Zg junior Prom Committee1 All State Repre- sentative 2, 53 Tratlic Squad 2. 5, 43 Wfashington Clubg Year- book Editorial Staffg Concert Mistress 4. XORINIA BRUNO "Smilie" Pawcatuck Friefld,-'lvlfr if flu Lind uf !c.JjHll, Drum Corps Acrobat 3, -11 Of- lice Girl -lg Secretary of Pub- lic Relations Club -13 Barbizon Club -lg Honorable Iviention 'ag junior Prom Committeeg Senior Prom Committeeg Girls' Basketball 3. -lg Girls' League 1, 2. 3. -lp Brown and White typist 51 Intramurals 5, -lg XY'ashinjiton Club1 Cafeteria Staff 1, 2, 3. BEVERLY CAPALBO "Bev" Pawcatuck fi fwlefi rfflH1Iell.Il1Le IJ MY: l.llI'c',fI ffl fl42A7l,i, Drum Corps 2, 53 Twirling lilaior -lg Brown and Wfhite Staff 5, -1: Girls' Sports Editor -lg W'ashington Clubg Glee Club 2. 3, -11 lntramural Sports 5. -lg junior Prom Com- mitteeg Trathc Squad 3, -13 Sen- ior Prom Committecl Girls' Basketball Teamg Honorable Mention 1, 2. 5, -lg Home- room Treasurer -lg Yearbook Editorial Stall: Girls' Leagueg Girls' Athletic Association: Otlice Girl -11 -lunior Prom Queen. HAROLD XVHITNEY CARPENTER. VIR. "XY'hit" Pawcatuck Cffllltllltlj. fu fela ilu nfl of ffu rrorfef yo lm Basketball 11 Football 2, 31 Track 2. 5. -1: Wfashington ClubL Glee Club 1. -lunior Prom Committee Chairmang Honor Roll 1. 2. 5. -lg Senior Prom Committee. ELEANOR MAE CASXVELL "Elem Lower Pawcatuck I tlIg'f'c'f' zrillv uw lllilllil opiu- iw1.i',' I lmre ,mnzu of my uzzvl. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, fig Traffic Squad 3, Captain 4, Wgtshing- ton Clubg Glee Club 2, 5, 43 Diximittic Club 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committeeg Biology Club 5, Barbizon Club 4, Business Club sig Glee Club Concert 53 Christmas Pageant 53 Yearbook Stuff, Honor So- ciety 4, ANTHONY CATTAFE "Tony" Pnwcatuclc 5lZA.'1IL'K II www wlzrztxll fX7tIl1 tml' imzq. Track 1, 2, 53 Baseball 33 Glee Club 1, Zg Wfashington Club. I UTI, - Y ' CLIEFORD QLARKY? "Dynf,nitQ-'N Wfcfqiietefluockv From izilifffe .t7jdr'k!,1v7zf3f Xbzzgzixlri iwfiibfi 10111114 , -Football ff? 2,i 3, Trgwikflgl aseball Chfgill' Cllub Dyk? Iii:-, fr .C ,l ,Q Qafetgmtfraif 3g Publ-ii' Rutlnw Limos' Board 41 Advisory Coun- . rl c1lg'Gl'e Club ,1' Ho o fb el Me t',fg4i,Pr'y?fe6tZii2S?1'9t2hiE 1. gf, S fa Lf' ETHEL CLARK "Tick-ToCk" Puwcatuck Lrzzgb tvbife you amy e1'e1'y- flying btzf in lime. Glee Club 1, 2g Transferred from Wfesterly High for last yearg Drum Corps 41 lflffd- murals 4. GRADUATES if-iv U91'V"-fffvr W: M flslfl .7 .7 Q25 page ten bi ff DONALD COMEAU "Cha-Cha" Mystic A good beting worth gold. KATHLEEN CONNORS "Kathy" Stonington She zum elm' prerire in prom- Us-ifeepifzg. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, Drum Corps 1, 3: Brown and White -ig Intramurf als 3, 4g Washington Club: junior Prom Comrnitteeg Hon- or Roll 13 Tralic Squad 3, 4g Cafeteria staff 1, 2g Girls' League 1, 2. GEORGE COON North Stonington Britj In me be. Public Relations Club: XWasl'i- ington Club. KENNETH CRANDALL "Case" Pawcatuck T'u'i1.t lvix fbfllkillg of albert tlml nude you lbfllk of him. Honor Roll 3, 43 Freshman Party Committeeg Washingtimn Clubg Golf Team 2, 3, 43 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 31 Hobby Club 5g Baseball Man- ager 31 Track 4. X10 l,Q1.CQ-2.63 4.1 ' " CONSTANCE CROXWLEY "Connie" Vlfequetequock A good Lzuglv if .flzzzflvirle in .1 Zvollrs. Camera Club 1, lg Club 3, -11 Cheerleader 5. -11 Girls' Athletic Association 5. -13 Glee Club 1, 2, Cafeteria Staff 1, 2, 3, 41 Yearbook Staff -lg junior Promg Sophomore Hopg Fresh- man Partyg Wiishington Club1 Intramurals 1, 2. 3, -1: Busi- ness Club -11 Biology Club -11 Secretary 31 Drum Corps 1, 21 Honor Roll 2. 5. -1. RANCIS MIRGYULFY ' ran" f' Pa Cin? ,lidflzzerri 171.111 Jug. 51 Brown an? Vfhite 1. 2. , 41 ,5ec,re,taLry'0 e' hmarl Clags: Proql Qqqiirmitteeg Base- b'll 1. 5 Basketball 1. Yearbo ' Staff. ,S rts Edit ingtop ubg St decrif, f sophmmQfe,eg3fp2ig?3a6g2 fa- Senior Prom, omrni ' matic Club -1. -- T hirl" oni , aj - lf! aiu 1 1 J l on jaijyxl 1 igxlilj sr fviigi e onnillfoll 3. 2 frunior rom ' mit ee ', c- tivitief at W'iW W" s ngmn ' ub' GleedClub 1, -:AF1:e h 1, Cbuw1H"ev nomic b J 2' -oftbal 1: Senuvr rom LAVURFXCE J. DELAXFY "Lon" Lower Pawcatuck A good diyporiliwz if more ztzlzzyzbfe 117.111 gold. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3. 45 Track 1, 2. 3, 41 Baseball 1, "S" Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3: Washington Club, Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 41 Hobby Club 3g President of Class 2, Public Relations Clubg Advisory Council 4, Cafeteria Staff 4, Freshman Party, Soph- omore Hop Committeeg junior Prom Committeeg Senior Prom Committee. GRADUATES 8' x X1 -is 3 as A we S' 1' 'Q i f 3 ,ts Q v X s . . I . 6-It --P Psa, Q -iai ttamwi - s - slliitrt ' s s as 511: 'SFE-121: 3: ' 5 ,Q -A , 4 .- wmfrmizvtaz. page eleven RICHARD DELL "Dick" Pawcatcuk Sifeure ii' nmre eluquefzl fbtlll rvurdf. Honor Roll 13 Washington Club: "S" Club 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4. JAMES DeMARCO "Be Bop" Pawcatuck HU zwhi foul fur mmir in 11. Basketball 1, 23 Honor Roll 1, -lg Freshman Party Committee: Home Room Treasurerg Junior Prom Committee, Chess Club 2. 3Q Camera Club 35 Hobby Club 31 Biology Club 35 Sen- ior Prom Committee, Wash- ington Club, Glee Club 1,-1. AXITA DiCESARE "Nc-ers" Pawcatuck Brel!!!-I ii' Ifte nnzrak IQU God .iefa nil llf'Illc'. Honor Roll 1, 2, 53 Dramatic Cub Z, 3, -11 Tratiic Squad, lnirbizon Club, Wfashington Club: -lunior Prom Committee, Sophomore Hop Committeep Freshman Party Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Glee Club, Girls' League 1, Brown and W'hite. IOSFPHINE DINOTO Mio" Pawcatuck SllJlf7f7-1 .md ,i'l-xlrfb .ire lien' cloflnr, Jlzl'i1y.f in ffae fill- er! vi-.l,1'!,7iIJlI. Honor roll 1, 2, 3, -lg Wash- ington Club Committeeg jun- ior Prom Committeeg Brown and Vfhite Business Staff 3, -13 Intramurals 32 Senior Prom Committeeg Girls' League 13 Glee Club 3, -11 Camera Club lg Business Club 43 Brown and White Typist BQ Homeroom Treasurer 4, Yearbook, Busi- ness Staff 41 Freshman Prom Committee 13 Operetta 3. at fr 1 't y' I . S , .X ' I 4' fu r, UNN ' ve' , Q onington " ' . ' . 1 ' tl . , for 1 I L wt our mf ' he Ilrn I Cb ss ' " aslrington 3 .I ' ii Chairman, 'nior Pro mmittee' Glee Cl " v tl Lll'7 l, -, " 1 CafefeI'i.l Slit 1 NIARY C. DURHAIXI "Tina" Paweaturk A ,hinrlv of 111r.tr'fvitjll. 11 daily ol jrelh, and .1 fllflflll ffl 7?1c't'7'fNIe'l2l. Cvlee Club 13 Cafeteria Staff 33 Honorable Mention 1, 2 ,3, -13 Brown and Wliite Business Staff 3, 43 junior Prom Com- mittee, Brown and White Typ- ist 33 Waslwingttin Club Corn- mittee3 Business Club 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Business Staff. MURIEL T. ENOS "Nino" Stonington A llfrelf-if .rmile ii lffe z1'Zvi.iper of l.111g6Itr'. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket- ball 1, 43 Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 43 Badminton 1, 3, 4, Girls' League 1, 2, 33 Girls' League Representative 23 Homeroom Treasurer 33 Business Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 4, .lunior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committeeg Drum Corps 1, 23 Yearbook Editorial Staffg Trat- bc Squad 3, 43 Brown and Wfbite Typist 31Gl1'l5' Atbletit Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Otlrlte Girl 3, ROSELYN EVANS "Rosie" Paweatuck 1'x'f1nzr'ftrf,gf ll jwzui. Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, -tg National Honor Society 3, 41 XX"asliing- ton Clubg Business Club 2, 3, -tg Intramurals 31GlflS'LCL1,!UC 1, 2, 32 Play Day 33 Brown and X5C'bite Typist 51 Brown .rncl XY'bite Staff. Business lllanaeer Yearbook. GRADUATES 'ew ff, . .rw page twelve v il MICHELLE F. FITTS "Mickey" Pawcatuck A aftnfriffg tbtlffe, tm image gtg. Dramaties 13 Glee Club 2, 3. -43 Tratlic Squad 3, 4g Brown and Wliite 2, 3, 43 Drum Corps 3, 43 Wasliingtiin Club3 Yearbook Staffg junior Prom Committeeg Honorable Men- tion 33 Public Relationsg Sen- ior Promg Operetta 5. li. I GALEANA 'FRAWO s "Nan" Pawcatuck The 11111525 in nz., lwarl. 1 l01e. Glee Club 1, ?,, 3, 43 Clvntert 23 Operetta 1, 2, 33 Honorable lbletltitm l, 21 Hohor Roll 5, -lg Freshman Party Committee: Otlice Girl 41 Vlfasbington Club. ' rf ,lf f ,lf ,fp W WL" pt. il" iyil1f1rJlRE13'lbLigli5x' We L,f',1.t al v7'o1'lM!r1-T lift .WJ SJ Nu sligbl. ruifn Cairpls 13-f'23 Cheerlead- Etlkliwnorable blehtion 1, 2. 5. Girls' AtlrelieLAsso- eiatltbb 1, 3, -13 m","lVClub 3 -lp 'Tal book Busi nfs Staif -1' -lunltu'lIll9roin Ckylgmitteeg ln- traiilxrl Sports? , 2, 3, -lg WG ington Ciutsg Glee Club 1, 3. 43 Senior Prom Commita teeg Camera Club 13 Dramatic Club 13 Tratfie Squael 3, -lg Cafeteria Staff 13 Basketball -lg Homeroom T1'C.lSU1'Cl'1 Bad- mintong Girls' League. NARLENE GARDNER Paweatuek .h I 1 . llffi ol .JU Citflfftfitri. Glw Clllb 5. 42 Honorable IXICIIUUU l, 21 Honor Roll 3, -11 Vifaslwington Clubg Brown and Wluite Typing Staff 33 Dramatic Club 13 Operetta 3, 41 Business Staff, Yearbook. JOYCE GEYER "Sl101't1En Lfiygtif Sbe if .1 u'iu.mme ivee Ilviug. Business Club 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 1, 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, 1'5" Club 3, 4, Wfaitress 1, 2, 3, 4, Wfashington Club 4, jun- ior Prom Committee, Honor Roll 2, 3, Public Relations 4: Girls' Athletic Association 3, 4, Senior Prom Committee, In- tramural Sports 1, Z, 3, 4, Yearbook Art Staff 4, Basket- ball fgirlsl 4, Badminton Tournaments 2, 3, 4, Brown and White Typing 3, Girls' League 1, Z, 3. GLORIA GIBSON Hmm mm And rim! feefiugf ull deligbz .thrill rear ber' forni In .YIJIEIYJ beiglvl. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3. 41 Cafe- teria Staff 1, 2, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, 3-act play 3, In- tramurals 32 Washington Club 4, Barbazon Club 4, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Business Club 2, 3, 4, Brown and Wfhite Typist 3. ILM RE " ee" gton , -- - ' P ' , et ll 2 1 tain 4, 's all , 3, 5 R f . Yfa 'f be did as W 'fly .ro mu my . ll 1 7 i 4 k b Co p 1 I 'Q Cap in 4, ra 4," C b 1,153 4, C C 4, r l , 2, , Ho I ocie 3, ,C eria ta g Clas' asure 2, St ent 3, r ' e 4, p o re Hop it eg Se 1 r P V Commit , s ' ton , Badminto A, ar ard o Prize 3. Co n ' 2, 3, , 1 P dent X DONALD GRAFF "Don" Pawcatuck A rfaeerful open couufemzzzce. Brown and White 1, 2, 3, Sports Editor 4, Basketball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4, Honorable Mention 3, 4, Golf Team 3, 4, Chess Club 3, Operetta 1, 3, 4, Hobby Club 3, Washington Club. i 'sv f mar GRADUATES . , S ' W ,, f. -tl D P gm 'Wh 9' page thirteen JH A I - RR , 15110 h Stonington fewer uma' A e ll e :wand V Jllffjl. et r, , 2, 3, 4, Track 2, ., 4l,pWashington Club 4, Public Relations 4, ,Xa vale 0 i AMHMQM Y ' ' " Not onington u' 171111 1 run Ilaqquga l ,W r 1 l ,, XiR1'6fgzlf,'?f?iler fo tl ind 5 l heart. KJL llack , Dramatic ubf . - , . . ' el gvsiir-Sva-B , Art 2, Chess lub 3'l u Re ations 4' lu L ESTHER GRILLS "Es" Pawcatuck It the xml Limiting fair? Washington Club 4, Business 2, 3, 4, Queens Court 3, In- tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad 3, 4, Brown and White 3, -1, Brown and White Typing 3, Drum Corps 1, 2, Acrobats 3, Majorette 41 Freshman Par- ty, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 4, Honorable Mention 3, Basketball 3, Girls' League Representative 3, Public Rela- tions 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Year- book Editorial Staff, Badmin- ton Tournaments 3, 4, Girls Athletic Association 3, 4, jun- ior Olhce Secretary. KENNETH HOLLAND "Kentucky" Lower Pawcatuck A bZ1l,lX7f,l' btalzliflzf. biz! uffeu iflwnzrerzieflf. Basketball 1, 3, Track 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Honorable Men- tion 1, 2. 3, 4, Wfashington Club: Typing Club 4. MARGARET HOLLIDAY "Peggy" Pawcatucl-1 019, I will gn zz'i!fJ r.11'efree limgfa. Drum Corps 1, Z, 3, Business Club 1, 2, 3, 4, junior Prom Committee, Washington Club, Brown and White Typing Staff 3, Senior Prom Committee, Girls' League 1, 2, 3. CHARLES HOLLY "i'Qhibb3" Mystic He war rlmigbf and rzrwzg. rind lair eyer were blue. Football 1, 2, 5, 4, Basketball 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Cap- tain 4, Glee Club 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Public Relations 4, Chess Club 3, Washington Club 4, Honor Roll 3, 4, Hon- orable Mention 1, 2, Year- book Art Staff, Mechanical Drawing Prize. STEPHEN HRESCHAK "Herk" Mystic A hardy franze, iz fmrdiez'J,Z7i1'il. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Chess Club 3, 4, Public Relations 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 3, 4, Headwaiter 4, Freshman Par- ty Committee, Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Hobby Club 3: Washington Club, Camera Club l, 2. 4 .rf W' l , L HUARD ' Mystic flu Gil If I rfnllezz irlbe .wire - 0 cz' I lfvei rzwr. l . . ommittee 3' lf s, 3 Honor o i lr, ,, X 'J ji' lu ,L ' R ll 3, 4. ir, tics 41 Chess. Club 3: VC. ngton Club, Senior Prom' Camera Club 3, Glee 4 , GRADUATES ,.-weffif-. ' , , X 1 1 , 4' t . i f ' ,J 4 4 V 4 4 .iil:4u.. H., 5 ' Q rg51g3:'1,,,,,. 5 1 li-:Ffa 5' Fx, f ,fy 3' lik yttiixf gf ff M ! at f fires- t 5 7. WU "5m4.,,,,,M page fourteen RONALD JAMES "Ronnie, Stonington Any good M1421 I mu do. le! me do if :wuz Football 1, Honor Roll 1, 3, Honorable Mention 2, 4, Jun- ior Prom Committee, Stage Properties 3, 4, Washington Club, Business Club 4, Senior Prom Committee, Brown and Wliite Typist 3. BARBARA -I. JONES "Jean" Pawcatuck For mfmerr and .tzreel Jffrar- fire graze. Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, 4, Dramat- ics Club 1, Washington Club 4, Business Club 2, 3, 4, Brown and White Typing 3, junior Prom Committee, Intra- mural Sports 3, 4, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, 4, gzip? DIANE KELLIHER " ' - J Paw atuc z'e1z .mth gmc d' and b r, 14741 be I1 bl .ld- nired be, - 0-2 Camera Clu 23 amatic ub 1'- c ubi resh- arty Con eg junior Prom 1 lit ee, Senior Prom C01 - e' ashington , ratl1cSqua 4' Queen' ourt 3, Yearboog ' ral Staff, Homeroom rasurer 3, 4, GICQ Club 1, 2. 5, 4: Operetta 1, 3,4, Intramurals 1, Typing Club 4, Homestead High, Fla., Girls' League 2, Girls' Glee Club 2, Projection Club -' Sophomore Hop Committ . . I S Eyfyg.l ' ANNE EIDDY HH wo llhl-l'l' 1 p ear '1- Irf. and i1 ,ver hr Q1 - 1 p . Str 1 1- 0 -, . 1 on le 'en- tion 43 TFL i ' S g 2 ma 53141 - Junior Prom ommittee, 'earbook Editorial Staff, Literary Editor, Glee Club Operetta 3, Imm. murals 31 Senior Prom Com- mitteex Honor Society. L 7 Ill! RONALD LaGRUA "Pushie" Stonington Frou! lbf rroiwl ffl- Ziff find, lo for ,wolf of lm fluff, be ll .IH vlirlfi. Football: Glee Club -lg Dia' matic Club 4, junior Prom Committeeg Chess Club S, Cafeteria Staff 11 XY'.ishington Club. ALVGCS-l-INE LAXVREN CE "Gus" Stonington Tu Le ,lfrffllg IJ lu be f1Jyl1f1-1, Football 11 Dramatic Club -11 Glee Club lg Chess Club 3, Wfashington Club. FRANCES LENZZO "Frannie" Stonington Lf! zzzifdflfii' aim ..l1.'eo'd Ili, Iu11'E'Ilc. Honor Roll 1. 3. 5. 4: Girls' League 1, 2. 5. 41 Glee Club 1. 2, -11 Public Relations -11 Wfashington Club 42 ,lUDi0f Prom Committeeg Senior Prom Committee: Brown and Wfhite Typist 23 Yearbook Art Staff: Dramatic Club 11 Business Club 2, 3, 4g Office Girl 1. w , -.i l ' L ll l y 1, il . ffl, DONALD' ' 'is Jl 1 liDon" 1 Ext, E Stonliisiiltlffn 1 A lilllefzzilllfezzfe imzZ'Ii1i,2k"'1fJelJ. tl Ir 1-elif?-ac bg 1bJulgfk.v1 mul l Fdotballizlg Baslkeg all , fn, lx gimera ubyllflfl. Tfqdiu firfjl uliv 3 ff 111355 g lashingtop ,W , - - Cl lb, yr shman ty, Sopl:-2 mcilre Jjloieigj li il? Proli Co' Ll mittee: 'S n I, fqmgl yPlrl5lic Xl Rqlation' NAdyisor' lommit- ghj Jteq. R1 1, ,V Club 5, l iflylondrab e X ntion 2, 3, aiafziiogylc ,lyme 'l V 1 f, ll-J ' A F l G If GRADUATES RHP" 'Qian 45 x -my ,ef page fifteen . we X .X ROSE MARIE I.oPRIORE "Rosie" Pawcatuck Sjfffllfc' ii' one of for Virlzfei uf fbe' wire, Business Club 2, 3, 4: Wasli- ington Club, Girls' League 1, 2, 5g Brown and Wfhite Typ- ist 5. CATHERINE LORD "Kay" Mystic lfjlllfllglll' ii' zriiduzzl. There if :wut in life bn! azeedi' if Jim' may earn, Public Relations Club, Drum Corps 1, 2, 3, Business Club 4, Vifashington Club, Honor Roll l, 2, 5, -ig Brown and Wfhite Typist 3. FLORENCE lvl. LUZZI " Peanut" Pawcatucli In fl'.IHlfl1AQ .HI izrljif. tzrl barb Mini i!trid.r1'. 'Ili 11I.ll:, .mam lgfmd. bn! ulbeixi liz t.x'r't'eLf. f , - s 1 it Club gg Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, Jig Wfashineton Club, Busi- ness Club Z, 5, 43 Brown and XXfhite Typing Stall 3, Girls' League 1, 2, 3, Art Staff, Year- bookg Senior Prom Committee. ELORA E. lN1AlLl-lOT Mystic llHl7Jft'I't7' ii zvrirflv doing .11 JU. it imrllv doing zwll. Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4, l-lonor Society 3, 4, Brown and Wliite 1, Z, junior Editor SQ Editor- in-Chief 4g Dramatic Club 1, 2, 5, 43 School Play 1, Com- petitive Plays 2, 51 Latin Con- test 1, English Prize 1, 2, 5 Science Prize 1: Latin ll, Prize 2, Advanced Algebra Prize 3g Sophomore Hop Committeeg junior Prom Committee, Sen- ior Prom Committeeg Home- room Treasurer 2: Tratiic Squad 2, 3, 4, Forums lRaclio School, 2, 5, -ll Ol'at0riC.1l Contest Wfinner 5g Yearbook Staff, Wfashington Club. ROGER MAIN "Rug" North Stonington Tlw Kumi flu! fI!lf0Zl'l ffzluflwl mu tn'fJie1't'. Wiishingttin Clubg Track 1, 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 1, 2, 5, Jig Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 43 Proms 3, 4, Honor Rlll l, 2, Bylg Cam- era b. 'ff' ' .- yff! e 'V Vi i' we ' I ' f Lf , A7' ' i tv fo ,fjkfw V kj! IRENE MARCEY "Rene" Pawcatuclc A Af7E1Z!l'l for yum' ffmuglvfi' Freshman Party Committeeg Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 43 Wfash- ington Clubg Business Club 2, 3, 41 Senior Prom Committee, Traffic Squad Z1 Brown and Vlfhite Typing Staff 5, Girls' League 1, 2, 33 Assistant Busi- ness Manager Yearbook. JOAN MARCOTTE Pawcatuck EA'f77'6,I.Ii0l1 ii' tiffiwlg beuufy ii' repore. Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Honorable Mention 1, 2, 43 Honor Roll 55 Dramatic Club 31 Brown and White Typist 31 Wrishing- ton Clubg Basketball 4, Girls Intramurals 43 Play Day 5, 4, Biology Club 32 Girls' League 1, 2, 33 Cafeteria Stafsfifl. up if -,IL 'E ,l Llf I L C L' ,. I ,ali I M1157 24, W 'IW Wl t Ffa T 'J i X i 'C Q , vi ,. I L-,J Hy' A I Ex 1 .1 AN iiEw4iCQ RIATAXRESE iv f , N 1 fViAf1dy'g-I, 'll lgjbgjfawctituck , IL'i'Lr11zgb'tiy1d Sie tziir ltizzgblr L., i , e Z1 -Q ,iv I 1 ou. A Ba'sebaIl.5I'iV-ig Basketball 23 or Ro 2, 3, -IQIXXA ghington Lil" Golf 4-TChess Club 5: Hon- fggiubq Bioltvgy crab . Ili W lf -i ? GRADUATES i.i.i ' ff I f I , 'N' i il Si I it , 'H fi f Z ' we , f page sixteen MILTON MCCLURE "Milt" North Stonington Nulbiug ii more zueful lfmfz iifefzfe. I Azjvlr 'fllgji , ELC!! , Mfjbi V, W ELIZABETH MCCONNELL "Liz" North Stonington Be lure you .ire rigbl. IXQEIZ go rzbmd. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Jig Honor Society 3, 43 Camera Club 3, 4, Yearbook Staffg Washing- ton Clubg Trafnc Squad 2, 5, 4. -N My to Cniesgia IMF i UGH Slug! eStonington fl"g1ai,g,, ,4ggi1f'ffig he a'9I5F1ngto - ubg GE Lib 0165 Ciluljf 32 ob lumt ,V Wlylogyf Club Z. X 'I I ii a I is . . 'i L' 'AN Tj" f Y 5'4- ,. - . xf si .s SN 'I f'4i,Lw' fi fp .f -A ' S Igx XE r l . I ,. RoNA,Qia,' N gf' is If 0 "i t 'X fa' 1 e?f'!,- -J Mvsfid-ff ' 'iliwfifll' r14xlvidef'lii2'e'rQ' 'LCV if .Ihr 'I fl J Eggs' 19, - Q b 5 as X - ,101 Offif o itteel 110106. om itteeg Sew A ' ' ton Club' ' 03 ,li . K ' V' X T. I f 'Q 1' te-eg Chess IN ia K3 kay 3 Bl Ti L I lfi :X PATRICIA MESSNER "Patti" Mystic The lllildefl 111.zf1f1ez'.l' .md ilu' gezzflerf of l1e,1r1,t. Drum Corps 1, 2, Twirling Corps 3, Freshman Party Com- mittee, Sophomore Hop Com- mittee, Junior Prom Commit- teel Sewing Club 4, Art Club 31 Girls' League 1, 2, 5, -1, Glee Club 1. J . Biylidu A , tonington e I if ' nur will I 1155017 PM 1" fills. ass Pr dengv Orchestra 1, V23 G pci , 2, ciieszyciub 51 rag? s Club ash- ing ony X . V EDXVIN MINER "Ed" Pawcatuck He fmt bil .filefzt uw-3. Football 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 41 Washington Club. BRUCE MORGAN "Hunter" Pawcatuck In llliZlZb00d, be war lurking rmugbl. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Capt. 4, Football 1, 4: Track Z, 3, 4, President "S" Club 4, "S" Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Student Coun- cit 4, Yearbook? Chess Club 31 Washington Club, Vice Presi- dent of Class 1, 3, Camera Club 4. will Q, GRADUATES P11126 SCVEI'ltC6I1 MARJORIE MORRISON "Marge" Mystic A zzfefry bear! gow all lbe dag. Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party Committee, Honorable Mention 3, 4, Pub- lic Relations 4, Girls' League Representative 2, Washington Club, Inter School Forum 4, Traflic Squad 2, 3, Homeroom Treasurer 1, Senior Prom Committee. FRANCIS MOSCARITOLO "Fran" Pawcatuck He famfd il. bu! be heeded 7101. Football Manager 4. ELIZABETH ANN MUSH "Betty" Pawcatuck lfimf zvillv digfzily. Class lreasurer 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, -1, 'lrafhc Squad 2, 3, 4, Jun- ior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Wasliington Club, Yearbook Literary Staff. GERARD ALPHONSE NOEL "Jerry" Mystic Spare boldly, but rpetle Irufg. Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 5, 4, School Three Act Plays 2, 3, 4, Com- petitive Plays 2, All State Chorus 2, Interschool Forums 3, 4, School Forum 31 -lunior Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Washingtcwn Club, Yearbook Literary Staff, Hob- by Club 3, Brown and White 1, 2, 5, 4, Junior Business Manager, Assistant 3, Circula- tion Manaiger 4, Oratorical Contest 3, 4, Tratlic Squad. FRANCES O'NEll. "Friinnie" Piiwcatuclc Y1111 rfmze Lzle, ju! you LRINIU. Waisliingtcin Clubg Business Clubg Dramatics Club 51 Hon- or Roll 53 Christmas Pageant 3g Brown and Wliite Typist 31 Business Staff, Yearbook. .,,f, MAU 5 ,mi Committee CORINNE OSTIGNY Neon Ddysnc A liflle fzwzreme 11f1z1'm1d 16611 15 AI'7l6:I.fdlll. Honor Roll 1, 2, 3: Home- roorn AAA Treasurer 2, 35 GAA Homeroom Treasurer lg junior Prom Committeeg Busi- ness Club 1, 2, 33 Brown and White Typing Staffg Senior Prom Committeep Cafeteria Staff 2. icriaggxgp IER ick" c e K 1, mirfbief. We it N mid pmt- fu be GRADUATES ELIZABETH 0 71 f Il I7 Washington Club' Op ' Senior Prom Committee Science Club. page eighteen 1 I se A 1 X f f ff x Q f , fi V! Q X N MU' lv 1z 1 in gif J ROg 'PE E "Bob" Hl.f mir ' lg? oar ui 1 I. If u 2 W ' mit B lo ag fb gCh cib 1 O lub 3g e 1 ' Co - mi Al H ol g C e- 2 St I 43 1 . I , X Y Josr? PIVER H C ' K-jSt0 ington e' II! 1111 ffl? fo ' 1'ru1z', jf fb' 11 ftlll' t, er J 'F b g 5' A 6 Y lb 51 shin ton C ub' le lClub lf. K y 'Kf Z B O gy Club JOAN PONT "Queenie" Stonington The mildew 111.11111er.r and ilu' fejlldclff bcxzrf. Honor Roll 13 Wasliinxttun Clllbl Business Clubg Brkown and White Typist. Prom 4, ,Office Editorial 43 1 teQSc' BARBARA POVUERS "B0b" Stonington ll If Ia Mn flluzzfr uf 1115 i211.1gif1,1iim1 Glee Club 1, 5, -IQ Girls' League Representative 1. 23 Honorable Mention 1, 2, 5, -L3 Brown and XY'hite 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff -11 Girls' State Representative 53 Dramgtiq Club 3. 31 Trathc Squad 2, 3 -lg Freshman Party Committee: Sophomore Hop Committee: junior Prom Committeeg Sen- ior Prom Committeeg AA Homeroom Treasurer 51 Girls' Intramurals -13 Whlshington Club Advisory Board -1. ,IOSEPHINE PRTQNIER "IO" Mystic Sllelfic Illlf jpufc. ,NIJ elflqllcllfe uf t-355, Honor Roll 1, 23 Honorable Mention 31 Cafeteria Staff 23 Girls' League 2: Glee Club -lg Wfashington Club -1: Business Club -11 Senior Prom Commit- tee 4. .1 H y ' ' TT A ' .. 1 ., , uart , wcat ' JZ fl II 1.1 g l?I'l'.JlI . .-. ll e 1 1 a . '3j. Bo 3 in x ol- Q not A I- e ' i. fo Y, ' it 43 - ria ii' 3 G , 3 hess tu 3 " I IDA M. RAVENELLE "Mic" Mystic Sueelerf Ib? Jtmm when in Zbe Jong, ,fbe .ringer ban been lolz. Brown and White 3. 4: Glee Club 13 2, 3, 43 Girls' League 1, 23 Dramatic Club lg Barbi- zon Club3 Operetta 2, 3. 43 In- tramurals 23 Drum Corps 13 Washington Clubg Yearbook Staff 4. ROSE SAMMATARO Pawcatuck A friemffy tm' tlbfllll fyer. Wfashington Clubg Business Club 43 Glee Club 23 Senior Prom Committee. AUDREY C. SANTOS "Dray" Stonington A lrlze lady. junior Prom Committeeg Intra- murals 51 Business Club 43 Honor Roll 1, 53 Brown and Wlaite Typist 5g Senior Prom Committeeg Yearbook Staff. RUTH SAUNDERS "Ruthie" Pawcatucl-1 Lfflefjfleii lleeuji' Nu! Ibe .lid uf foreign ffrmzzzzefff. Freshman Homeroom Treasur- erg Freshman Party Commit- teeg Girls' League Representa- five, Girls' League Secretaryg Camera Club 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Drum Corps 1, 23 Cheer- leader 33 43 Club Secre- tary 5, 43 Student Council 5, 43 Wfashington Club3 junior Prom Queens Courtg junior Prom Committeeg Senior Prom Committeeg Yearbookg Honor- able Mention 1, 2, 5, 43 Traf- fic Squadg Brown and Wliite Typist3 Intramurals 2, 33 Busi- ness Club. GLENNA H. SISWICK "Glen" IvIystiC Le! gefzflwzfo 1115 .rfmng eu- fmfeflleflf be. Honorable Mention 33 Camera Club 13 junior Prom Commit- teeg Tralihc Squad Z. 5, 43 Vifashington Club -ig Dramatic Club 13 Senior Prom Commit- tee. ANNE SOUSA Stonington 'lull tom' .rlim rind gmreflzl. Glee Club 11 Dramatic Club lg Girls' League 11 Wfashington Clubg junior Prom Committee1 Senior Prom Committee1 Year- book StaH1 Brown and Wliite Typist 51 Business Club -fl. MILDRED SOUSA "lvIill" Stonington Thou zrlw btzrl fbe ftzltzl gif! of betzufy. Dramatic Club 11 Girls' League 1, 21 Public Relations Club 41 Washintuton Club. JAN ET K. STANTGN "Casey" Pawcatuck The fzifefl lfyiflgr FIIIUE in .mzall pafkuget. Honor Roll 1, Z, 3, 41 Fresh- man Party Committeeg Camera Club lg Girls' League Repre- sentative 21 Traffic Squad 3, 41 Glee Club 1, 3. 41 junior Prom Committeeg Drum Corps 1, 21 Sophomore Hop Commit- tee1 Wiishington Club1 Year- book StiilTQ Intramurals 2, 31 Operetta 1, 5, 41 Senior Prom Committee. G. RUSSELL STEWART "Russ" Pawcatuclt Mnrir zozrlnmi .zzzxzj frfmz lb: wwf llve diff! uf e'I'e'7'-l- d.:-, lift. Cafeteria Staff 3, 41 Glee Club 1, 5, -11 Dramatic Club 11 Track Manager 1, 2. 5, 41 Vfkshington Club. .1 . I 1 M 4 I , , if v F !, ' 4 . Y xxai., , i. .- , ' . M, .1 i i , 1' l I , i f GRADUATES 'lluulwww . mf an MN., 60245 page twenty GEORGE SWAIN North Stonington He will zzeref be cwzdemlzed for wha! be mp, Baseball 4g Glee Club 1. X. 'gf 1,0-1, I 1 . .1 J ,if ' J' K l -J lf Q ' if' T f M' 5 l , ARCH. SXVANSON l Old Mystic irzdzzeu if zriidwlz. Cafeteria Staff 3, 41 Washing- ton Club Honor Roll 1, 2. JOAN SYRACUSE Mystic To bare ,J friend, 3014 NIILYI be lille. Brown and White Staff 5, 41 Drum Corps 1, 21 Brown and Wliite Typing Staff 31 Wash- ington Club, Glee Club 115, -11 Junior Prom Committee1 Wfashington Club oinmitteeg Operetta 51 Home ibm Ttfeas- urer. N' L -, V V La .- L ' 1' 'NIJ 1' L k N , b , . ,, L .9 ' J l-" ' W - , C., , 1 .I 1' , l N."'i N r 't L l x , 'l L -... I . , W f V .J l 1 , 1, V. 1-1 .t N In L y- 1 . i fl rirorias TANNER H'l'0l11Il1!"l ' wcjqh-gtg-quggk H6117-Fill grind mr for fzzurir. Glue Club 1. 2. 53 Dramatic Club 1, 2. 5, -lg Brown and Wliite Typist 51 Business Club 111 Cafeteria Staff 1, 21 Biology Club 51 Vfashington Clubig Operetta 1, 2. U We "BO Ivstic ow nd fhi , ee' lub - 3 4' 1 itve tio 3 A 'er . ng itte' 3 rahia " b ll ' sh' in 5 i b D55 M DONALD TRLYSS "Don" Mystic He ,111,1i11.f zzful be pur.r14f.i. Brown and Wfhite 5, -ig Year- book Staff: Glee Club 2. 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 41 Public Relations Board. Chairman 43 Operetta 1. 2. 3. 41 Wfashing- ton Club. mfg., - Ea WILFRED VARS Mystic Be 146,11 you .fam lu be. Chess Club 3. , wb' DOMENIC VENNARI "Dom" Pawcatuclc Nalbifzg if more Izfeflll 16.111 rjlefzfe. l Cl lZJ l, 2, 3. 4. . fe , 1 ff 1 -.su t! lffflf V of J , :I 11 L, , 'N Will ff jd! , Lf fl 1 J +1 f page twenty-one 'S' JOAN WALSH "VIoanie" Pawcaituck .Wye zrfw liUt'.l' fwfr' betr! duel' INN. Wasliingttwn Club 43 Public Relations Club -ig Glee Club 1, 7, 5, 4g Drum Corps 1, 2, 3. UMM Silwzw ,ll lilxftji V aJ' i ll lil?-QL R :'IN5 lx "WH ie" Paw' c will M.,1'1z ,mf bfQgge'16ii1i-AL, 'VS' ug! 4 'Track 1,'2, 5, 4, o-Captaing azogall 1, 23 Baseb I3,-W in on 1 H , Clubz Cawligh Sdn' 3, 43 Ofchest' L 1, 21 ss C, bd. . f'-ja CU Iv VJ JOAN WILLIAMS ' Vloiinie' Pawcatuclc I .1131 ffl rug pink of fll1H'ft,f-Y. Brown and White Typist 32 Business Club 4, Biology Club 51 l'lul'1ori1lDlC: lxlcntlorl 1, 2, 5, CLASS HISTORY HE scene is aboard the U.S.S. Pawmystonian, the United States' newest "timeship." 1951, have just arrived aboard the last four years. There's the XY!e, the class of the ship to review whistle now, which signifies that we are leaving port, ready to re-live the memories of yesterday. As we begin our voyage the scene about us is sud- denly changed. The autumn of 1947, that fateful year in which our classmates came to Stonington High, is upon us. There we are now, climbing the steep hill and opening the doors as freshmen. How frightened we look! On each of our faces is the eagerness with which we are going to face the next four years. Little do we know of the trials and excitement which await us. The boat is moving quite rapidly now and the next glimpse shows our class electing officers. The officers we are electing are: President, Edward Miguel, Vice- President, Bruce Morgang Secretary, Francis Crowleyg and Treasurer, Betty Mush. As the scene changes we are dancing at our Fresh- man party. This is the social event which establishes the freshmen as students of Stonington High. With the remaining months passing swiftly by, the scene is again September and we see ourselves as proud Sophomores taking our place with the upper- classmen in the school. This year is to be even greater than the last. Our class officers are coming into view now and we have President, Lawrence Delaney, Vice-President, Betty Simonellig Secretary, Francis Barkerg and Treas- urer, Bob Gilmore, all selected under the guidance of Mr. Morgan, class adviser. As the days go by we finally hear a buzz of excite- ment among the sophomores. What causes it? Why it's the wonderful Sophomore Hop which has come into view. Those who took part in this event know with pride that it was an outstanding success. The climax to this year is the annual staging of the Competitive plays, in which we are allowed to compete for the first time. Under the able direction of Mr. Connors, we see Flora Mailhot, Anita Di Cesare, Roy Smith, Ronny Brown, and Gerard Noel doing their very best in the play, "Cracked Ice," winning the prize for their excellent performance. The ship is rapidly approaching the turning point of our voyage and so it is with little regret and very much agitation that we turn to our year of years as juniors! First, we again view the election of class officers which are: President, Roy Smithg Vice-President, Bruce Morgang Secretary, Nancy Albrog and Treas- urer, Betty Simonelli. We are confident that these representatives will do their very best. Drifting through the first months of our junior year, we find the work hard but rewarding. One of our outstanding classmates comes into view now as we see Flora Mailhot being awarded first prize in the American Legion Oratorical Contest and also the County contest, thus not only honoring the school, but also giving our class a distinction. Moving along we see our school being awarded the Connecticut Class B Championship for the hrst time, Representing our class in this great honor are Robert Gilmore, Bruce Morgan, Kenneth Crandall, Donald Lewis, and Stephen Hreschak. Pride in our class soars immensely as Gilmore is also elected to the all-state tournament team. As the boat goes swiftly along, we at last arrive at that long awaited treat, the Junior Promenade. This affair was arranged under the guidance of general chairman David Dunn. Transported to a beautiful garden via decorations and imagination, we see Queen Beverly Capalbo and members of the court: Nancy Albro, Betty Simonelli, Diane Kelliher, Joanne Fontanella, Ruthie Saunders and Esther Grills. All too quickly this scene has passed away and we are left with pleasant memories of a well done task. Climaxing the voyage is our final year as Seniors. The added distinction of being the backbone of the school is seen in each and every face as we resolutely go about electing our officers: President, Roy Smithg Vice-President, Ronald O'Keefeg Secretary, Betty Sim- onellig and Treasurer, Joanne Fontanella. This scene drifts slowly by and is replaced by hours of busy activity, and here we are planning for the annual Washington trip. Don't we look excited? Of course, and we have every reason to be, after waiting four long years! There's Mr, Foley now, occupied as usual with one of our successful paper drives. And here it is, the scene we have been waiting for -our Senior Prom! There is Ronny Brown, geheral chairman of the committee, and the other members of the class dancing to the music of "Blue Moon," in a beautifully lighted gymnasium. Isn't it wonderful? As our ship approaches the harbor, we have a glimpse of the yearbook as it is being assembled. We are striving to create a yearbook which will bring honor to Stonington High School. P -As we enter port the scene changes and it is gradu- ation night. How serious we appear to be! We must have been realizing that our school days were over and new tasks lay before us. At last our wonderful ship is Stopping, and as uve file out one by one, we are overjoyed to 'have had an opportunity to recall some of our happy experiences at Stonington High School. page twenty-two BOY Ronald Brown .,, A .. Ronald james ..,A,,,,o Charles Holly ,...... . Domenic Vennari . Stephen Hreschak ,eee.,..... Alton Gray ..,,l,.,,o,o,,looo, Ronald Brown ,.,....... Robert Tatro roo,ro,,,,,,, Ronald O'Keefe .,,r,,rrro,r Ronald Brown ,,,,,,r,,oorrAr Lawrence Delaney james DeMarco ,,r,rrr,rr4, Ronald O'Keefe ...,.,r,r,,, Ronald O'Keefe ,,,,,,.,,,,, james DeMarco ...,.. Whitney' Carpenter Clifford Clark Robert Gilmore .,.,,...,.., Lawrence Delaney .,.,aa.,... Domenic Vennari aaaa.,..... james DeMarco ,a,.i. Gerard Noel ,,aaai., Roy Smith ,,,,,,,ir Roy Smith .,,r..... Gerard Noel ' Roy Smith H F Roy Smith at......, Roy Smith ai.......aia.....t.,aa... Ronald Brown Edward Miguel All Lawrence Delaney S Francis Crowley ,,..,., Lawrence Delaney , Ronald O'Keefe ,,,c.r. Baxter Gray a........,.i..a. Thomas Tanner ,,..r.. Robert Gilmore ...,,c. CLASS VOTE Bert Autor Mort Ambitioar Clarr Artirt Mort Barlvfal zllort Aflvletlv Catert Bert Damser Mort Digzzijiea' Mort Stylirla Haltvpiert zllort I zzqzziritlre Clarr jitterlzag Bert Looking Mort Courteour M or! Marital Bert Srbool Spirit lllort Popular Bert Perrozzality Qzzietert Taraliert Mort Stacliozzr Wfittiert Mort Tal eaten' Mort Likely to Safreecl Dia' zllort for the Clarr Mort Rerpecfetl Mort Hzmzoroar .Mort S ofiabl e Clarr Flirt Bert Dirporition N eatert Mort Talkatire Mort Poirea' Mort Verrafile page twenty-three GIRL jean Barnes Flora Mailhot Florence Luzzi .. Marlene Gardner Muriel Enos Beverly Capalbo Michelle Fitts Ruth Bristow Anita DiCesare Constance Crowley Barbara Powers Mildred Souza Elizabeth Simonelli Beverly Capalbo joan Williams Barbara Brunke Constance Crowley Elizabeth Simonelli Elizabeth Simonelli Audrey Ames Frances O'Neil Roselyn Evans Barbara Powers Barbara Billings Flora Mailhot Flora Mailhot Elizabeth Simonelli Barbara Powers Elizabeth Simonelli jean Barnes Marjorie Morrison H Josephine Dinoto Anita DiCesare Elizabeth Mush , Joanne Fontanella Quik KX N Oooxfy, gig, OO SWIM YN OO A7 452500 anilseavlefw L oo? OJ E' J QD Q? Dinar go 1-'Wh BNN iQ... -Y V 411-' f fLCa+S 0 AX Qfyw C, ff? Q mag -f , VE wp fv GJ M 'L jx ,Eg 0 wx M CR T" . , fx 51 Q,g1'3? 53 ZF 9 W A Q lx fe , any iff f' f X ,.,.d ,fu --Q-S K N7 SQ Q5-.Till ffm 4 E3 f? xx ff ' f - -1 U , Eb EEE , Q, V' hgs UBJHNKER -1 mmm ,M CLASS PROPHECY Introduction Ten years have passed. It is April, 1961, and the members of the class of 1951 are in Washington to attend a class reunion aboard the Chesapeake Bay Liner. The leading characters are: Josephine Dinoto-A graduate of Smith Col- lege, with a master's degree in "Longhand." Barbara Powers-Vassar College was proud to present her with a Sc.D. in Chemistry. Ronald Brown-A graduate of Egypt's School of Archeology. I-Ie was presented with a skele- ton degree. ACT I SCENE: Rtzilroazd Slrzfion ,zt U"'e.tfe1'lJ, R. I. TIME: Nine o'clock in the morning. Amos Banks: fC0nd1zr10rj -All aboard that's going aboard. Barbara Powers: Roy. we'll see you in Washington, won't we? Roy Smith: flI"effer1J'.r f1'fElIdf'J' Imderfakerj Yes, I had to meet a body at the station today, but I'll meet you tonight in Washington. So long. Have a good trip! Barbara Powers: Goodbye, Roy, COn board trainj I can't wait to see all the classmates again at our an- nual reception. Wfell. I guess I'll take a nap. fTbree 1701111 bare elapfed and Ibe Hum if Nou' entering P57111 Station! in New York! Amos Banks: Penn Station is the next stop. Barbara Powers: I wonder where Ronnie Brown and Josephine Dinoto are. They're supposed to meet me here. Oh, here they are. Ronnie! Josephine! Over here! Ronnie Brown: Well, let's get aboard the train and get on our way. Josephine Dinoto: Yes, we have very little time be- fore the train leaves. Amos Banks: Train leaving on track five for Phila- delphia, Dover, Baltimore, and points south. KA f6ll' I1ljf6.ffl'0IlI New Yorkj Barbara Powers: There is Michelle Fitts' place of es- tablishment, "The Lonely Hearts Bureau." Michelle is president of the corporation. Josephine Dinoto: She has brought together many prominent citizens of New York. Some famous couples whom you remember from our high school days are: Mildred Souza and James DeMarco, Nancy Albro and Lawrence Delaney, and Elizabeth Mush and Paul Huard. Ronnie Brown: Are you girls hungry? Let's go eat. fTlJey einer a diuerj Richard Dell: fzmiierj May I take your order? Josephine Dinoto: What is the special today? Richard Dell: American chop suey and string beans fOr 32.50. All: Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ! ! Y ! Richard Dell: We have a new cook, Kenneth Cran- dall. Kenny has to do something to support his wife, Jean Barnes, a leading actress on Broadway. IA ftfll' 1701111 lmre lihzffed. and fbe Iruiu if Nou' entering Balfimorej Wilfred Vars: frozzdfzrforj Baltimore, train now en- tering Baltimore, Barbara Powers: Hfeppjzzg off five mziuj Theres the bus to Washington City. I wonder who that is driving the bus? Ronnie Brown: That's Ronald LaGrua. How long has he been driving a bus? fB0m'di11g bmi Eleanor Caswell! Where are you going? Eleanor Caswell: I'm starting on my new job today as the Presidents private secretary. KAI the bm' ptzrrer fl7l'0llgl7 the 0llf.fkfl'1'J' of ll"zz.ffJj11gl011 five grolfp zmtirei' a fI'.?Ill67Il1J0ll.1' biUb0.11'd.l Josephine Dinoto: Look at the billboard! Whitney Carpenters "Terre a Pouletu f"CfJicke11 fdfllln for More mlm dolff fake Frezlrlvj. Barbara Powers: Milton Banker is the foreman, and he has forty other men to help run the farm. Josephine Dinoto: Look at that place over there! "How to make a success of marriage," Mary Dur- ham, proprietor. page twenty-live fNmz' 211 five bear! of flie cilyj Eleanor Caswell: Well, here is where I leave you. See you at the reception Friday night. Barbara Powers: Were getting off here too. We have rooms reserved at the Lafayette Hotel, Eleanor Caswell: That's just around the corner from the White House. Barbara Powers: Yes. fT!Jey get aff five bm' and ml! back 10 fbe bm tfl'fZf67"j See you at the reception, Ronnie. KAJ they zwzlla np fbe .vfreef ffl?-Ji' do 01 liffle zvindou' rlvoppjzigj Josephine: Isn't that gown beautiful? Eleanor: That's Washington's leading dress shop, "The dress for every occasion." Anita DiCesare opened this shop with Florence Luzzi as advertising manager and Audrey Ames as the seamstress. Over there Barbara Brunke is autographing her new book of the year, "My English Themes." There is the Washington city hospital with Anne Kiddy, Janet Stanton, and Elizabeth Peabody as head nurses. Here is where I leave you. The hotel is just a block from here. Ronnie: So long. fTbey ezzfef' lfae bore!! Barbara: Well, here we are! Isn't that Gerard Noel over there? Ronnie: Yes. Gerard, what are you doing behind a desk? Gerard: I'm manager of the hotel. Here are the keys for the rooms you had reserved. The bell boy will take you to your rooms. Josephine: That's Margaret Holliday at the switch- board, and Domenic Vennari is the bell boy. Barbara: Here we are once more to relive all over again an exciting trip. ACT II SCENE: Wfezfbizzgfwl. Barbara: Why don't we get started touring the city. Where will we go first? Ronnie: Why not the Lincoln and Jefferson Me- morials? ' Barbara: O.K. fB0ardj1zg bnrj Look who's guest solo- ist at the theatre? Why it's Galeana Franco of the Washington Philharmonic Orchestra. fTbey d1'1'fl'6 az! the fejfermfz Menmrjrzlj Josephine: Roy Smith, Baxter Gray, and Anthony Cataffe! When did you arrive? Roy: Baxter and Anthony brought me down in their airplane after the funeral. They own the Clipper Plane Service in Stonington. Josephine: Will you boys come along with us? Roy: No. Before we attend the reception we have to attend a meeting. We'll meet you Thursday at the Washington Airport. fTbey refzfrfz fo ffye fmfelj fTbe Hex! irfowzjfigj Ronnie: This morning we could take a trip to the Smithsonian Institute. Josephine: What are we waiting for? fTfJey d7'7'jZ'6 az! fhe Slwilfymlziafz Izzfliffzfej Barbara: KAJ they enter the lobbyj Look at all the animal heads Ronald McKie and Andrew Matarese shot while hunting in the jungles of South Africa. fflfter they fam' fbe cilyj Ronnie: What's Donald Truss doing in Washington? Josephine: Didn't you know that he is editor-in-chief of the "Headline News" and Donald Graff is his capable foreign news correspondent? fTfJey approach the Capiiolj Barbara: fE1zz'e1'i1zgj Why, if that isn't Russell Stew- art addressing Congress! I've heard that he is a very good politician. David Dunn won for the second time as representative from Connecticut. He's waving to us. fTl1ey efzfer the Bzzreazlz of Primizzg and Efzgrarifzgj Ronnie: Look at all the money and if it isn't Joanne Fontanella counting it! Joanne was treasurer of our class. Remember? fN01zf flae three clarrzmzfei' z1'riz'e I0 Glen Erbo Amlzrezzzeni Pure! Josephine: Doesn't this place bring back memories? There are Audrey Santos and Bruce Morgan, Joyce Geyer and Joe Adams going through the tunnel of love .... How about a ride on the roller coaster? Frances Lenzzo, the famous interior dec- orator, and- Esther Grills and Ruth Saunders, the leading hairdressers ot New York, are enjoying page twenty-six a thrilling ride. Aren't they here early for the reunion? Barbara: Look who is here in spurs and cowboy out- fit! Why it's Elizabeth McConnell, star of the horse show in Madison Square Garden. fTlve f0lf0Il'flIg .zjfrernoon af lfJe ll"'rz.i'!ai11gI01z Ball par,-el Ronnie: I can't wait to see some of class athletes in action again. There is Robert Gilmore, star pitcher, warming up. That catcher looks familiar. Oh! .... Stephen Hreschak. I've heard he plays a wonderful game. Josephine: The game is about ready to start. The um- pire, Ed Miner, is talking to the new coach, Donald Lewis. Let's hope he starts his first game of the season with a winner. fTbe 12212111 imzing if Alznmii. 3: Opporzenli, jj Barbara: Isn't it exciting! The 9th inning, bases loaded, and Charles Holly up at bat with two strikes against him. Oh! Charles just hit the ball and is running to hrst, second, third and it's a home run! The game is over, and the score is 7 to 3 in favor of the Alumni. ffljfter the game they attend Ibe Blue M0017, cl jfrzmour zzigblrlzzbj Ronnie: That's Roger Main's Orchestra, "The Sleepy Hollow Boys," with Roger at the sax. Alton Gray is at the drums and Ronnie Wilkinson is playing the trumpet, Ed Miguel the clarinet, and George Swain the bass hddle .,.. There is Frank Bliven, the famous singer. Tommy Tanner and Barbara Billings are dancers, and that popular guest sing- ing star is Ida May Ravenelle. Josephine: Oh, there are Beverly Capalbo and Ronnie O'Keefe dancing! Beverly is now reigning as Mrs. America Queen of "1961." Here comes the wait- ress, Ellen Anderson. Are we going to order? fffye f0ff0Ll'f77g dajj Ronnie: We've got a busy day ahead of us. We have to start packing for the boat trip. I wonder if Roy has arrived at the airport yet. fTbej' arrive at llvafbizzgfofl Airlborfj Roy: The next plane is bringing some former cele- brators for the reunion and is due here any minute. There it is coming in for a landing! Here come Joan Marcotte, Marlene Gardner, Barbara Jones, and Carole Swanson, the efficient secretaries at G. Fox and Company at Hartford. Carole: Before boarding the plane I talked long dis- tance with Diane Kelliher and Corrine Ostigny. They can't make it as their husbands have an im- portant business meeting and they have to take care of the children, but both report that they will miss he fun. Barbara: We had better hurry and catch a bus to the ship. It's almost sailing time. fTbej' arrizfe at fha dockj Ronnie: The captain, Robert Peavey, and Robert Tatro, the chief steward, are at the gang plank ready to greet us. Robert: Welcome aboard ship! Glenna Siswick, Cath- erine Lord, and Josephine Prunier, the renowned decorators, are already here. Barbara: Isn't that Flora Mailhot, the Dean of Smith College? Robert: Yes, Some of our classmates and her fellow teachers are with her. Mildred Furey and Muriel Enos are teachers in the Physical Education De- partment, and Elizabeth Simonelli is the English professor. Constance Crowley, Joyce Bliven, Joan Williams and Ethel Clark, who graduated from Smith, are here too. They're downstairs in the din- ing room. Ronnie: Speaking of the dining room, I'm famished. fTbej' go d01w1.rtair'J to the dining roomj Barbara: All these delicacies! What'll we have? Robert: Mo Orlando does all the cooking, and he is a very good cook. I'm sure you will enjoy all the specialties he has prepared for you. I must leave you now. fflfler lflmfi the-j' promemzde 011 fbe ffffkj Josephine: Shirley Day, Joan Syracuse, Rose Samma- taro, and Marge Morrison, who have a leading secretarial school, are playing shuflleboard with Kenneth Holland, Milton McClure, and Lawrence Bentley, television camera men, Ronnie: Isn't that Joan Pont, Irene Marcey, and Rich- ard Palmer over there talking? Josephine: Yes, Dick just got his medical degree from Harvard. Irene and Joan are his secretaries. Ronnie: I'm going down to the swimming pool. Do you care to come! Barbara: My, but that water sure looks good! Ruth page twenty-seven Bristow and Eileen Barrett are getting ready to dive off the diving board. Have you read their latest book, "The Cries of S.l-l.S." Ronnie: Yes. It really brings back old memories. Josephine: Swimming toward the end of the pool are Chester McDonough, Augustine Lawrence, Ronnie James, and Clifford Clark, national swimming champs. Barbara: Seven o'clock and we aren't dressed for the evening performance yet! fTfJey go into ffye ballroomj Ronnie: Francis Crowley and Joseph Quattromani have certainly planned an enjoyable evening of en- tertainment with some of our classmates doing some of their old numbers from our high school days. Their talent as directors has certainly proved suc- cessful. fBef0re they kzlozz' if the evening if orerj ACT III SCENE: In the dining room TIME: fTe1z 0'rl0ck in fbe morzziugj Josephine: The dining room looks beautiful! Kath- leen Connors, Frances O'Neil and Rose I.oPriore have certainly given us evidence of their artistic ability. George Coon did a wonderful Job in mak- ing the replica of our class ring in the center Of the dining room. One of his masterpieces of work in construction is the United Nations Building. fTbey erzfer porlj Ronnie: Here come Donald Comeau, Joseph Piver, and Francis Moscaritolo. I guess they managed to get a leave from their base. Since graduation they've been in the Navy and plan to have a Naval career. Barbara: Roselyn Evans and Patricia Messner aren't here. Are they planning to attend the reunion? Ronnie: The captain told me they sent a telegram yes- terday saying that they couldn't attend as they left for Europe a month ago to enter their contestants, Gloria Gibson, Anne Souza, and Norma Bruno in the annual world's fashion show in Paris, France.- fTj111e parrer quickly. and before lbey krzou' if. it if time for everyone to .rfrzrf the journey faomej fTbe rcezze if now the Wfarbizzgfozz Airportj Ronnie: We're the only ones left to go home. Barbara: I'm really proud of the accomplishments of our class, Ronnie: Our trip of complete enchantment has come to an end. It has been wonderful to have had a class reunion that brought us all back to our mem- orable days at Stonington High School. ....:?:'s rf : Q if - S , , A -.-- ' :'-- E st " ' 15 ,a:3.5Lf! s:k1S, '. I g.: t 1-"'r ,gsrf 1, 3 ft , fi- "" 'fe ' , BEVERLY CAPALBO Queen of Ibe Prom page twenty-eight CLASS WILL wie, of Smnizzglozz High School, being of mime! Illflllf 4111! IIIEIIIUIAJH do faereby give and beqzfealli our lmifi' and qmzliliei lo fbe 1111- derrlarmzezz fha! lbe .ipiril and glory of flue Clair of 1951 may not fade from Ike eazrlb. I, Joseph Adams, do bequeath my position in the football backfield to James Ballato. I, Nancy Albro, do leave to Patricia Cooper my interest in cheering. We, Audrey Ames and Joan Pont, do will our preference to be seen and not heard to Lottie Prach- niak and Carol Holland, We, David Dunn, Milton Banker, Frank Bliven, and George Swain, do leave our act for future talent shows to Jennie Venturini and Sally Cone. I, Amos Banks, do bestow on William Delaney my friendly manner. I, Jean Barnes, do bequeath my ability in dramatics to Barbara Richards. I, Eileen Barrett, do leave my sweet smile to Teresa Alexander. I, Barbara Billings, do will my many awards in twirling to any one capable of earning them. I, Joyce Bliven, do leave to Phyllis Pelters my faith- ful attendance at all games. I, Ruth Bristow, do bequeath my voice and gentle manner to Priscilla West. I, Ronald Brown, do will to George Richards my dancing feet. I, Barbara Brunke, do bequeath my position as as- sistant head waiter to an ambitious underclassman. I, Norma Bruno, do will my neat hairdo to June Capalbo. I, Beverly Capalbo, do bequeath my "crown" to the prettiest junior girl. I, Whitney Carpenter, do leave my devil-may-care attitude to William Haupt. We, Eleanor Caswell and Ellen Anderson, do be- queath our conscientiousness as traffic officers to Sandra Nichols and Nicki Blanda. I, Clifford Clark, do will to Joseph Risica my "ex- treme height." I, Ethel Clark, do leave my bugle to Marie Hagman. I, Donald Comeau, do will my dry sense of humor to anyone who can dampen it. I, Kathleen Connors, do leave to Rose LaFountain my many freckles. We, George Coon and Lawrence Bentley, do will our farmer's drawl to Richard Robinson and Clark Barnes. I, Kenneth Crandall, do bequeath my basketball style to Roy Arnott. I. Constance Crowley, do will my never ending enthusiasm to Geraldine Shea. I, Francis Crowley, do bestow on Bob Lowe my flirtatious ways. I, Shirley Day, do bequeath my admiration for S.H.S. to Peggy Sebastian. I, Lawrence Delaney, do leave my winning person- ality to Harold Beal. We, Dick Dell and Edwin Miner, do will our constant companionship to Robert Hill and Henry LeClair. I, James DeMarco, do leave my interest in jazzy rhythm to Gabriel Freitas. I, Anita DiCesare, do will my stylish wardrobe to Joanna Aiello. I, Josephine Dinoto, do bequeath my neat and fas- tidious ways to Sandra Clark. I, Mary Durham, do will my luscious complexion to Charlotte Dunn. We, Muriel Enos and Mildred Furey, do leave our interest and ability in sports to Charlotte Crowley and Ethel Cone. I, Roselyn Evans, do bequeath my straight "A" record to Joan Wahtola. I, Michelle Fitts, do will my love for music to any underclassman who can compete with my record col- lection. I, Joanne Fontanella, do leave my beguiling eyes by which many of my conquests have been made to Jacqueline Curley. I, Galeana Franco, do bestow on Bella Malone my opera-like voice. I, Marlene Gardner, do will my self-made ward- robe to any creative underclassman. I, Joyce Geyer, do bequeath my petite figure to Sylvia Brustolon. I, Gloria Gibson, do leave a portion of my height to Mary Ann Joseph. I, Robert Gilmore, do bequeath my exceptional sports record to Clark Appleton. I, Donald Graff, do will my ability to hold a job to any enterprising junior, I, Alton Gray, do leave to Douglas Raynor my baby face. We, Baxter Gray and Anthony Cattafe, do will our points in P.D. to any "problems in democracy." I, Esther Grills, do bequeath my position as acro- batic majorette to anyone as capable as I. We, Kenneth Holland and Paul Huard leave our chivalrous ways toward women to Howard Ives. I, Margaret Holliday, do bestow on Carol Merin- golo my ability to keep the girls in "stitches" We, Charles Holly and Ronald Wilkinson, do be- queath our track skill to William Tattersall and Jack Miner. I, Ronald James, do leave my ambitiousness to Donald Dennison. We, Jean Jones and Diane Kelliher, do will to absolutely no one our most treasured possessions Trinity sweaters. page thirty We. Glenna Siswick and Anne Kiddy, do bequeath our lady-like nature to Mary Palmer and Faye Lawton. I, Ronald LaGrua, do will my "happy-go-lucky" outlook toward life to Tony Lombardo. We, Augustine Lawrence and Wilfred Vars, do leave to any industrious underclassmen our work in the shop. I, Frances Lenzzo, do will my varied dance steps to Delphina Carreira. I, Donald Lewis, do bequeath to Norman Pettini my pranks in chemistry. I, Rose LoPriore, do leave my wavy tresses to jac- queline Rathbun. We, Catherine Lord and Florence Luzzi, do will our artistic ability to Betty Lenzzo and Lester Culver. I, Flora Mailhot, do bequeath my elliciency in ev- erything I attempt to Carolyn Calkins. I, Roger Main, do leave my musical talent to any- one so inclined. I, Irene Marcey, do will my job in Woolworth's to Del Oliverio. I, Joan Marcotte, do leave my quotation, "I hate to disagree with you, but-" to next year's P. D. students. I, Andrew Matarese, do bequeath to William Squadrito my unconcerned attitude toward all fem- ininity. I, Milton McClure. do will my two speeds, "slow" and "very slow," to Robert Main. I, Chester McDonough, will auction off at a future date my "ho-hum" walk. I, Elizabeth McConnell, do leave my love of horses to Margaret Kelliher. We, Ronald McKie and Robert Tatro, do bequeath to Tom Lenihan our pessimistic attitude. I, Patricia Messner, do leave my daily run for the bus to William Robinson. I, Edward Miguel, do leave my humorous antics to Santo Risica. I, Bruce Morgan, do bequeath my versatility in sports to Franklin Sylvia. I, Marjorie Morrison, do bequeath my sunny dis- position to june Russo. I, Francis Moscaritolo, open one eye long enough to announce that I leave my insomnia to George Avery. I, Betty Mush, do will my very dignihed manner to Patricia O'Brien. I, Gerard Noel, do bequeath my courageous habit of wearing a necktie every day to any underclassman who wishes to distinguish himself as a gentleman. I, Ronald O'Keefe, do leave my many Irish titles to George Foley, jr. I, Frances O'Neil, do will my serious disposition to Shirley Blok. I, Maurice Orlando, do bequeath to Robert Keane my "Sir Galahad" ways. I, Corrine Ostigny, do leave to Mary Galli my little girl actions. I, Dick Palmer, do will my Hpepsodent smile" to Alden Victoria. I, Robert Peavey, do bequeath my love of chem- istry to anyone who can survive as long as I have. I, joseph Piver, do leave my quiet but pleasant manner to Francis Previty. I, Barbara Powers, do will my ability to come up with a witty remark at all times to Arlene Holliday. I, joseph Quattromani, do leave my ability to whistle my way through four years to Ronald Seidel. I, Rose Samrnataro, do bequeath my "Lady Godiva" tresses to anyone who dares defy the "new look." I, Audrey Santos, do will my collection of "S" sweaters to anyone as fortunate as I. I, Ruth Saunders, do leave my cute features to Kathy Burdick. We, john Saporita and Betty Peabody, do will our taxies to Ann Ryon and Peter Gray. I, Betty Simonelli, do bequeath my ready smile and ability to get along with everyone to Marshall Stowell. I, Roy Smith, do not have a will. Instead, I chal- lenge anyone to be half as witty as I have been and get away with it. I, Anne Souza, do leave to no one my interest in the word "Saint" I, Mildred Souza, do will my expressive eyes to Constance Naccarato. I, janet Stanton, do leave my much admired cos- tume which I wore in "Casey at the Bat" to a certain underclassman. We, Russell Stewart and Stephen Hreschak, do leave our jobs in the cafeteria to Dorothy Costa and Elizabeth Crowley. I, Carol Swanson, do will my never ending supply of gum to anyone as generous as I. I, Ida Ravenelle, do will my numerous leading roles in operettas to anyone with as beautiful a voice. We, joan Syracuse and Josephine Prunier, do leave our reserved ways to Margaret Ball and Barbara Squadrito. I, Thomas Tanner, do bequeath my melodious singing voice to Gilbert Sorensen. I, Donald Truss, do leave my interest in journalism to the future Brown and White Staff. I, Domenic Vennari, do will my Bred" hair to Harry Ashby. I, joan Walsh, do leave my casual stride through the halls to Maureen Jeffrey. I, joan Williams, do bequeath my politeness to Patricia Forss. Sjglied. rerzled, lilfzblirlved ,md declared fbjr ar and for fbe fart llnill and Tefftzzzzezlf. by the clrzrr of 1951. Sf0lljl7gf0lI High Srlwof. in live lillwezzce of 111 and each of my who at lbeir regneif and in fbejr ,i7re.rem'e of eacfa oliver bare l.769I'67H1f0 .l'Ilb.l'l'l'fbf?ti om' 114111161 ar ll'lf1Z?.f.l'6J'. IEAN BARNES BARBARA POWERS IOANNE FONTANELLA page thirty-one 7 Q. X--N X QA. "1 ' 1, X ,,,,, .QQQQ X M X xx I gi XV' , ,K 'A xv X . X- s Q 5 5 S X 0 V-Q ,A xii X . M X Ga. xx Q 'SN , SK N 1 Y -r CLASS DEGREES U NTO III. Earlier G1-illr and Illirlvelle Fifty, lm been gfl't?lI the mile 0f L'0lIf6I'7'fHg az degree 11117011 eazrb illcfliibw' of the glkliillldffllg rftzrv of Sfouizzgfozi High Sclvobf. in fbe year 1951. line bare zwifiezz ffyere de- greer zvjflv the bope ilu! they will be i1t'L'?ll7f6L2l 211 fbe .azure good-11.1fm'ed Nldlllltfl' in zrlvirlv lbey are giz-'efzf Of course every class has a "Casanova" and this one is no exception to the rule. Upon Francis Crow- ley we award the degree: C.A.W.-Can't Avoid Woman. Because they have always been the best of friends we award to Eileen Barrett and Ruth Bristow the degree of: S.L.G - Stick Like Glue. To Anita DiCesare, our "Seventeen" clothes col- lector we award the degree: A.S.D.-A Smooth Dresser. just glance at Betty Mush and you'll agree that it is fitting to bestow upon her the degree: P.Y.M. - Poised Young Miss. We declare the degree of S.C.T.T.I, upon Roy Smith, our class president: Sure Can Tickle the Ivories. Upon Ronnie Brown we bestow the degree: A.T.T.G. -Always Teasing the Girls. To our class orchestra leaders, Jimmy DeMarco and Roger Main, we declare the degree: - Make Mine Music. Every class has a happy-go-lucky girl and naturally there is one in ours. We bestow upon Connie Crow- ley the degree: H.G.L.G. - Happy-go-lucky Girl. To our "altar bound" girls, Tina Durham and Corinne Ostigny, we award the degree of: M.I.- Matrimonially Inclined. To Ronnie "O'Toole" O'Keefe, our "Smiling Irishman," we award the degree: F.A.S.-Forever A Smile. We bestow upon Betty Simonelli, our all around girl, the degree of: E.P. -Energy Plus. Upon Barbara Billings our "medal collector" we award the degree of: A.S.A.M.T.-A Small and Mighty Twirler. We bestow upon Ethel Clarke, this degree: - A.I.T.G.R. Always in the girls room. Upon Josephine Dinoto, who always has the "nice and neat" look, we bestow the degree: N,F, - Neat- ness First. When Shirley Day came to S.H.S. in the middle of her Junior Year, she made many friends quickly, consequently we give her the degree: A.F.S.-A Friendly Stranger. To Galeana Franco, who has a beautiful voice, we bestow the degree: A.F.S.-A Fine Soprano. To 'lake Saporita. who never says "no," we award the degree of: O.E.W.C. - Our Ever Willing Chauf- feur. Because it is plain to see, we award to Liz McCon- nell this degree: H.A.M.H. - Horses Are My Hob- by. Everyone knows why we give Kenneth Holland this degree: KJ. -Kentucky joe. To Roselyn Evans, the girl who always gets "A's," we award this degree: M.S.S. - Most Studious Miss. To Ronnie Wilkinson, who has a steady harem, we bestow this degree: L.T.G. - Love Those Girls. To Maurice Orlando, who drives the "little white truck" we bestow this degree: T.Y.C.T.K.-Take Your Clothes to Kenyons. We give to 'loan Syracuse, Ida Ravenelle, and Gloria Gibson this degree: l.P.F.M.-lnseparable Pals From Mystic. To Russell Stewart, who always has a laugh, we award the degree: A.S.G.-A Second Godfrey. To Millie Souza, the girl who can "jitterbug," we award this degree: l.C.S. -Introduces Classy Steps. just because they always wear their "S" sweaters, we give to Amos Banks, Kenny Crandall, Don Lewis, and .loe Adams this degree: S.A.P.O.T. -Sure Are Proud of Them. To Wilfred Vars, who's always outside at lunch block, we bestow the degree: J.G.H.A.C. - just Got- ta Have a Cigarette. To Donald Truss and Robert Tatro who are always interested in boats, we bestow this degree: W.O.A.Y.Y. - We'll Own a Yacht Yet. Guess why the degree for Whitney Carpenter is: T.M.S.-The Mad Scientist. We think that Eddie Miguel, joseph Piver, Augus- tine Lawrence, and Chester McDonough deserve this degree: T.S.l.O.S.H. -The Spa ls Our Second Home. we give to loan Williams and Anne Kiddy this degree simply because they are: P.A.A.T. - Polite at All Times. page thirty-th ree To Clifford Clark, because he is "small and mighty" we give this degree: L.D.-Little Dyna- mite. We give Bev Capalbo, our Junior Prom Queen, the degree of: S.L.Q. - Sweet Little Queen. Jean Barnes, we are inclined to believe, has stud- ied an "outside" subject. We bestow upon her the degree of: U.M.P.-Understands Men Perfectly. Because he is so "modest" about his many accom- plishments, we feel that Bob Peavey deserves the de- gree: B.A.P. -Bob Avoids Publicity. It seems that Joanne Fontanella is gifted in so many ways that the suitable degree for her would be: T.M. - Talented Maiden. To "Pushie" LaGrua and Joseph Quattromani, who are really the most mischievous boys in our class and who have a mania for collecting "passes" we give the degree: A.l.T. - Always in Trouble. To Muriel Enos, our gym teacher at the Como, we give the degree: F.S.S. - Female Sports Star, A To Steve Hreschak who never worries, Che lets the teachers do thatj we give the degree: C.E.G.E.- Come Easy-Go Easy. There is one member of the class who has never been known to get to school on time. To Frances O'Neil we award the degree: N.O.T.-Never On Time. To Nancy Albro we give the degree: S.S.S.- Sweet, Smart, and Smooth. Wherever Lonny Delaney is there is plenty of ex- citement: so we confer upon him the degree P.A.P. - Pep and Personality. To Diane Kelliher and Barbara Jones, who are al- ways rooting for Trinity College, we give the de- gree: M.F.T. - Men From Trinity. We give the degree: L.P.F.L. to Janet Stanton, Joyce Geyer, Ruthie Saunders, and Rose LoPriore be- cause it is easy to see they are Little People From Lilliput. To Andy Matarese, with his indifferent attitude toward the opposite sex, we offer the degree of: W.C.T.U.-Women Can't Trouble U. To Mac Gray, who is always driving a car around, we give the degree: A.N.C.E.D. - A New Car Ev- ery Day. To Barbara Brunke, who Ends enough work to keep her busy, we award the degree: M. E.-Miss Efhciency. Because Barbara Powers is such an inquisitive per- son, we'll bestow upon her the degree: A.T.I.- Always Tuning In. In Millie Furey we have a small but jovial girl who loves excitement and fun. The degree which we confer upon her is: G.T.C.I.S.P.-Good Things Come In Small Packages. You guess the reason why we give "Geefy" Gil- more the degree: B.S.S. -Big Sports Star. To Ronnie James who is always helping others we award the degree: A.L.A.H.H.-Always Lends A Helping Hand. To David Dunn who makes so many trips to Cove Road, we award the degree A.O.A.O. - Alice's One and Only. It's plain to see why we give to Eddie Miner, Dick Dell, and Francis Moscaritolo the degree of: T.T.H. -The Three Musketeers. To our favorite "soda jerker," Paul Huard, we award the degree: A.H.W. - Archie's Head Waiter. To Bruce Morgan and Audrey Santos we give the degree: F.Y. - Forever Yours. To Marjorie Morrison who is always in a good mood, we give the degree: A.C.A.S. -Always Cheerful and Sociable. To our class artists, Frances Lenzzo, Charles Holly, and Florence Luzzi, we award the degree: W.T.A,W.T.B.D.T.A.A.T.-When Theres Art Work To Be Done They Are Always There. To our favorite "callees" Qjokej Baxter Gray, Joan Marcotte, and Donald Graff we confer the degree: P.M. - Point Mad. To Flora Mailhot who does her best in all things we award the degree: S.I.Y. - Success Is Yours. To Dick Palmer and Anthony Cattafe with their slow and carefree attitude, we award the degree: S.A.E.H.T.H.W.-Slow and Easy He Treads His Way. Ask the teachers why we award to Eleanor Cas- well and Gerard Noel the degree of: I.L.B.A.-I Learn By Asking. To Joyce Bliven, who is present at all our games, we give the degree: S.M.M.-Sports Minded Miss. To Glenna Siswick and Kay Lord we confer the degree of: C.B.F.M.-Champion Babysitters from Mystic. To Marlene Gardner who blushes so readily we award the degree: N.N.M. -Needs No Make-up. To Ronnie McKie who drives so "carefully" we award the degree: T.L.O.T. -The "Last" One There. page thirty-four To lXIilt Banker. George Swain, and Larry Bentley we give the degree ot: Y.C.W,O.C.B.Y.C.B.O.M. -- You Can XY'hip Our Cream But You Can't Beat Our Milk Because they are waitresses in XXfoolworth's, we award to Ellen Anderson and Betty Peabody the de- gree ot: O.H.XY', - Our Head Waitresses. To Thomas Tanner. our class Perry Como. we award the degree: M.O.S. - Master of Songs. To Anne Souza and Peggy Holliday, two girls who never run out of energy, we award the degree: P.O.P. -Possesses Uodles of Pep. Upon George Coon and Frank Bliven, who sure can make with the Hcowboyu music, we bestow the de- gree: H.M.M. - Hillbilly Music Makers. The degree Y.R.H. we bestow upon Dornenic Ven- nari is very self explanatory as you can see. -You Red Head. Upon joan Pont. Patricia Messner, Josephine Prun- ier and Rose Samrnataro. who are always busy as bees. we give the degree: M.S.L.H. -Mrs, Stewart's Lit- tle Helpers. To Norma Bruno, an active girl in the Drum Corps, we award the degree: L.M.A.-Little Miss Acrobat. To Irene Marcey who is always ready to argue with anyone, we give the degree: D.O.D. f Doctor of De- bating. We have noticed that Audrey Ames, one of our girls that hails from North Stonington, blushes easi- lyg to her we give the degree: B.E. - Blushes Easily. To Joan Walsh, who has that mysterious way about her. we award the degree: M.M.M. - Most Mysteri- ous Miss. To Kathleen Connors and Carol Swanson we award the degree: S.L.H. - Sweet Little Homemakers. To Milton McClure we award the degree: T.T.M. - Tall Thin Man. Last but not least, because we are much in need of it. we award to ourselves this advice. Never Put Ott Until Tomorrow What You Can Do Today. JUNIOR PROM, 1950 page thirty-Eve 'N LU CN f-1 L O I I 4 ' T -.v page thirty-six H0 . ,,-,. wf,,,,f,,w.-aw QW w. u-una--may-wma ,,mW.v- 2.-M. f, 91 LD ON v-4 LT- O I III ff A 5.5 page thirty-seven YF LO GN I-4 E-1 C CD CD 4 A CJ page thirty-uiglwt UN ill F P E-1 U 4 W pagc tlurty-n1nc STAFF YEAR B00 page furry f ,-1 11 - L.-f-I CJZLU ales -Umgq L-4 ' ,., 6Y7Q"J 7'0" F, E292 'ffm f H cr- 4,-.z 4552 3C5?"J P' L-.54 7251171 ,1-'25 'EEU EDSCUV ,-4. . 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I "' , .,- - .4 Ik Wxa N gu '27 ,W ., .1 1 el 1 7 if 'R Z Q ix X T gif: V' K p.1gu TUl'U'5L'NL'I1 Q? Q X FIRST ROW fLeft to Rightl-Theresa Alexander, Mary Ann joseph, Kthryn Burdick, Alana Steele, Norma Bruno. SECOND ROW-Barbara Billings, Dorothy Costa, Anita Di- Cesare, joan Appleton, Sandra Clark, Phyllis Wfood, Concerta Naccaratta, Eleanor Caswell. BARBIZO THIRD ROW!-Ida Ravenelle, Carol Merinyolo, Arlene Holliday. Constance Sanquedolce, Barbara Richards, Miss Pellegrino, Del- phina Carriera, Patricia Miller, Mary Miteli, Elizabeth Lenzzo, Barbara Barber. N CLUB - CAFETERI FIRST ROW CLeft to Rightj-Dorothy Clark, joyce Geyer, Eliz- abeth Crowley, Barbara Brunke, Ethel Cone, Charlotte Crowley, Mary Palmer, Marie Hayman. SECOND ROW!-Eleanor Caswell, -Ioyce Bliven, Mrs, Clemens, Mrs. Fitzpatrick, Stephen Hreschak, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Platt, Con- stance Crowley, Carol Swanson. THIRD ROVU-Patricia Forss, Anne Bruno, Anita Coatest, Ray- A STAFF olyn Eccleston, Louise Burdick, Nancy Fish, 'lane Peaxey, -Iac- qucline Curley, Barbara Hawkins, Beverly Geyer, .lean Carlsson, Sandra Nichols, Geraldine Shea, Patricia O'Brien. FOURTH ROXV-,Ioan Marcotte, Barbara jones, Robert Hill, Alton Gray, Roger Main, Ronald Vifilkinson, Robert Peavey, Rus- sell Stewart, joseph Quattromani, Lawrence Delaney, -Gloria Gibson. ' ,, , .H,,,,,, , I P-tue forty-eight FIRST ROW' QI.cft to Riglitj 4INI.iry Clirixtina, M.iry Lcdsstri, INI.ir1uric Lnrd, Lucille NX'ink- lc-r, Nancy Brill. Dc-livrcx Kcgrncy, Mildred Riclmrcl, Alice Brill, Frances Spinatu. SECOND ROXY- Riinald Riwlwcrta, Vcrnnn Gibson, D.ivid Gntcly, Mivrrg F,llwf1L,1m. fading. irl. Rich-ird Diff. Donald Kuna. Kcnncrh Rnclicrrf. THIRD ROW' -Georg: Kent, -Iusspli Prcvity, XX'illi.im Buck, Gccirge Foley, john Christina, Rwlwcrt Mitchell, ,I.1m::s Stcxxpirt. R.ilpli Frcclictte. 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V'Hv'C .:- N-4- 1-31,4 -.., ...- ...- ...LZ f'L1-:'7"1l ....gryL- '-Q+:fx,4 I-' OOTBALL BASKETBALL Co-CAPTAINS QOQAPTAINS ,lO5eph Adams. Robert Gilmore Bruce Morgan, Robert Gilmore TRACK BASEBALL 5 i gf . "1" ' l i U .2 - .,,?. ., r I .4 Q -, 'f l, X R I hllNf'h.M 4! 7 I I N X if A be will Cf E 1 A kkXX" .A X-Q-- 'I--ff f l - i Q Q ig l CO-CAPTAINS CO-CAPTAINS Charles Holly, Amos Banks, Robert Gilmore, james Ballato Ronald Wilkinson page lifty-three 1 Q c .4 A Q, wi H .. 'U L 'J O :Z L: aj H ,. G 'J L-4 'J .. A .-i cf 0 .. ll rl. L. 'C U uf nf, r: 'I L7 5 5 4 5 c: 1-:4 C4 LJ-i 'D Q nd E Q V5 : -E ul L 'J 'I C U 'JJ A5 :1 Q Q :- 'J O I E g, DG A., -4. D f-.1 W 5 A V C1 P- 'f, CC LL, O ff HJ Q fl cd E ff G F U L: L6 na J 2 O LY-4 LD -fi . G ':: ': r 5 Q: IE 'T 5 O as I r- cz: LJ A Q L14 ei 'Z gi O ,.. LJ fi 6 .44 m.. C U lf. f U .ld "1 L 'J '11 LJ E 'JD Wu 1. Z ': E cd 117 ,- 'Z 'U 'f ,- ci 4 Q, -4 4 ri 9. J c: .22 F: E L1 CD P E 'L Qi N S f-I if If 'D LQ 5 5 Q: .fi c: LJ . ... 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Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington Stonington -16 46 S6 S4 S6 42 +1 w8 in 62 48 48 79 75 70 BASKETBALL 1951 BASKETBALL SCHEDULE South Kingstown South Kingstown Lockwood Lockwood Branford Gilbert Northhampton Westerly Westerly Billard Academy Bulkeley New London Fitch Killingly New London 48 48 57 62 S7 S4 62 9-I SS igi 66 wi S6 55 SS pax: Feb 9 Feb 10 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 20 Feb. 22 Feb. 27 Mar 2 e titty-Six Sfonilisfoli 52 Biinfa Academy Stonington 73 Fitch Stonington 73 Gilbert Stonington S9 Killimlly Stonington -i-i Bulkeley C.I.A.C.TOURNAMENT P1.Ai'iiow'Ns Sfoliilwfofi 62 Southington QUARTER-FINALS btonlngton 43 Wethersheld SEMI-FINALS Stonington i 2 Derby 68 62 63 62 62 +1 38 61 1951 BASEBALL SCHEDULE wk lligfg -4? FIRST ROXW fLeft to Rightjv-Marshall Stowell, joseph Risiul. ,IHFYICS Iiffllliiifh Rf'bCff Gilmore, Stephen Hreschak, Andrew Matarese. SECOND ROW-Gilbert Sorensen, Philip Bonomo, Norman Pettini, Francis Pre'-ity, Roland Pampel, Coach Fahricant. THIRD ROW-David Coffey, Anthony Cattafe, -lohn Bianchi, -Iohn Sutclifte. Henry FOURTH ROWfDennis Saffomilla, Louis Marcotte, Santo Risica. TRACK April Lockwood Away April South Kingstown Home April New London Away May Fitch Home May Killingly Away May Bulkeley Away May Killingly Home May Bulkeley Home Z hh A May Westerly' Away J W' May Fitch Away May New London Home May Westerly Home B A S E B A L L LeClair. 1951 TRACK SCHEDULE April 21 University of Conn. Relays qStorrsj May Westerly High School CHomej May Bulkeley High School QHornej May Robert Fitch High School tHomej May New London High School tAwayj May E. Conn. Conference Meet QHornej june State Meet fNew Havenj FIRST ROXY7 fLeft to Right?-Stephen Hreschak, Charles Holly, Amos Banks, Ronald Wilkinson, Roger Main, Wfhitney Carpenter. SECOND ROW'-William Haupt, Robert Delagrange, Alden Vic- toria, David Coffey, Clifford Clark, Richard Robinson. Coach Grif- nn. THIRD ROW!-james Ballato, Ronald O'Keefe, Andrew Materese Clarke Appleton, Charles Risica, Anthony Lombardo, George Ben- Defi. FOURTH ROVU-Robert Hill, Kenneth Holland, Duane Heineck Roy Arnott, Ronald McKie, Howard Ives, Anthony Cataife, FIFTH ROW-Kenneth Crandall, W'illiam Delaney. Ronald Sei- dell, Lawrence Parkinson, W'illiain Squadrito, Robert Maine, Dun can Robinson, ww, an e 53 x i fgu1NGrQ Qawwcr, page fifty' NBR! Tk' ,,5aiNQ,i A vswfffi ,, 1' , , mv I I eizl Mrs, Madge Albro Mr. and Mrs Mr. Mr. judge and M Mrs. Louis B Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Mr. A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. . Eugene Atwood Ande and Mrs. XY'illi.un Beresford and Mrs. Richard Bradslmw rs. D. F. Br.1nneg.1n runke Alfred Glswell Harold D. Critelierson and Mrs. Lino Font.1nell.1 .ind Mrs. Gaetano Fr.ineo Albert Gervasini Arnold N. Helden -IoAAnn's. XY'esterly. R. I, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs joseph jones Alfred Kiddy . Frank Luzzi Mr. Fred Mdloney Sponsors FSOII Mrs. Grace McConnell Mrs. Rita O'Connell Misses Helen and Tess O'Neil Mr, G. Leo Papinenu Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Peabody, jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearce Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Powers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rutmrin Mr. and Mrs. G T. Saunders Mrs. Scanlon Fitts Dr. Jerome B. Singer Mr. and Mrs. William N. Squadrito Mrs. john Tliavenet Miss Helen M. Tuite Pop Turner Mr. .ind Mrs. Willirlm E. Watrous Dr, and Mrs. Everett M. Westr'otf Mr. and Mrs. joseph Williririis GIRLS' VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM FRONT ROW' fLeft to Rightj-B. C.ip.1llw. N. Albfo. Capt. I. Fontanelli. M. Enos. M. Furedy. SECOXD OXX"JI,,, Sylviu. il. lXI.1fcuttL'. A. Ryirn. E4 -I. Aiello. ,I. Curley. Cone, kins. -I. Cnpalbo. Jclcs, M. Hdginrin. INSETS--I. Geyer. P, CUUPCF- FOURTH ROW-Ciw.1cl1 Tlmvenet, VI. Crirlsson, THIRD ROW'-M. Ball, G. Shui, P. O'Brien, B. Huw -I. Cyri page fifty-nin ' C' ADVERTISING PATRONS AUToMoB1LEs-ACCESSORIES 21 Liberty Street Pawcatuck Lawton Auto Supply ......... - y v v Murphey Chevrolet Company . 106 West Breed ?1f'ff+1,llja'1fa'Ufl'f Westerly Tire Company ..... . . Z Mechanlt' Street, awealur BEAUTY SHOPS-BARBERS Ireness Beauty Shop , , . ...... Il9.Water Street, Stoningttin Mello's Barber Shop .......... Z0 High Street, Wester y DEPARTMENT STORES Hamn1acher's Sc - 31.00 ......... 5 West.Main Street, Mystic F. W. Woolworth Company ....... 64 High Street, W esterly D R U C G I S T S Caskellis Rexall Drugstore ....... . 24 West Main Street, Mystic Mystic Pharmacy ..... . 11 East Main Street, Mystic Vars Bros., Druggists K Stationers ..... . 3 High Street, Westerly F U R N I T U R E Scott,s Furniture S Upholstering ..... 36 West Broad Street, Pawcatuck Westerly Furniture Company ........ 37 High Street, Westerly GARAGES-FILLING STATIONS Furey,s Filling Station 81 Grocery Store ......... Wfequetequock Gilleney's Texaco Station . . . .... 9 Roosevelt Avenue, Mystic Socony Station .... West Broad 8 Liberty Streets, Pawcatuck GIFTS-JEWELRY Goodgeon's . . ........ 33 Broad Street, Weesterly Krebs' Town Shop . . . 45 Broad Street, Westerly The Little Card House . . 4 Wfest Main Street, Mystic Woodmansee's . . ..... . 37 Broad Street, Wvesterly H A R D W A R E Pawcatuck Hardware Company ....... 4 Mechanic Street, Pawcatuck C. WI. Willard Hardware Company ....... 38 High Street, Westerly MISCELLANEOUS E- W-HHHFVCY Plumbing ------ . . 14 Liberty Street, Pawcatuck lxeane s News Office . ..... 133 Vifater Street, Stonington Mallhet Cleaners 83 Byers . 21 Wfest Main Street, Mvstic The Photo Shop - - . . -15 High Street, Vfesterly Radio Westerly' WERI . . . . Liberty Hotel, Westerly 130520 S,Llqll0I'0U'i' - - - 39 West Broad Street, Pawcatuck 513211.11 5 Flelfer Shep - ' . , 23 Canal Street, Westerly Vi' llliam A. Vtfllcox Real Estate ...... 34 W'est Broad Street, Pawcatuf-Ig R E S T A U R A N T S Elarlefjs Fish 8 Chip Shel? - - - -- - . . Mechanic Street, Pawcatuck :rtlgslilb I - G -.ll - - 43 West Broad Street, Pawcatuck e A Of ern rl - --'-- 0 . . . 33 West Main Street, Mystic WEARING APPAREL-SHOES Benjamin M. Bendett ....... , , . 28 ' - - - V . Burdick's Sporting Goods ....,.. ,tvs 051 Main Street' My Sho Fve Evans I I ' 9 Hlgh Street' Wrsterlf' 1 Q E "" - 20 High Street, Wfesterlv fJCI"f19C'S . . . , . . qtreet W! i lx Kenvon's Men's - Boys' Shop . 26 H-' Z ' ,eater I McCormick" Int. ' 'gh mreeiq westerly .W s.5 . . . . 12Br IS T 'Q NoyaI" Shoe Store Oat ' Heel' W eslerli i. 3 M ' ' 74 High Street W I" Shoe Box . . F , ' ,esleri R . 48 High Street, YYesterIy page sixty C zlimvnts of MYSTIC SH I DYAIQID, INC. West Mystic. Conn. C I f SONOCO PRODUCTS CO Mystic. Conn. l I p A ' 'V-one AMERICAN VELVET CGMPIXNY Stonington, Connecticut E - A,,.-, tfvri, Ji 136 ,If , 'X ,R 0 J' E7 PHOTOGRAPHY BY LORING XY'hether itk portrditx, group pit- tures or .lttion shotsfyou tan de- pend on Loring for the finest in portraiture. Our expert staff is pref X g H- QMQ3: . 'ian g tri?-wayne' 'v"g-L ' pared to handle .my photogrtrphrt fp , f . K i 5 5X"'9 .1ssrgnment4t1t prrtes that .lre .1l- 'tr' 4,5 1 5 r - ways moderate. 'sf ff L f 5 f ,',.g it tt Bi 1 1 X, sw fx ' ef ,..x , N : its -15 'Sr xv - ' ' 5 b gfym x ff..-wxytk t K2 K! N, , tg or L 5- 1 ati- Y Z - 3 L , me m Qv l fr. ,X'i' ,,. S . get 1 J fy- !ZZ Qvlfwfl r Q -.,.Q ,V 1 X xsgt . page sixtyfthree Compliments of STONINGTCN HIGH SCHOOL PATRONS' CLUB I Compliments of Stonington Poliee Reserves Stonington, Connecticut Stonington High School ALUMNI ASSOCIATION I l SHERIVII-XN'S Santin Chevrolet Co. I DELICATESSEN S HOLMES Sf- MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT Specializing in Victory Paslry unfl llrinllers CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Stonington, Conn. Tel. 1354 EST. 1920 J. S. Sfxxnx Compliments of Montgomery Ward 8c Co. Wvesterly, R. I. MYSTIC 1432-W2 PETER PETTINI 84 SONS ARTESIAN WELLS Stonington, Connecticut You yn-ef Miss the W'UlPf 'till the 111:11 Runs Dry RFD NU. 1 f 1 n- I P I -lil- ,Q STONINCTON PUBLISHING COMPANY I JEROhHiSUANDERSON,IH S.I1.S.1924 U DY TI0'P0lL J, ,"f'iSfXxf'rx 'I I f as Hg .E M E -3. , R -2 U F ,,,,.. . Xl 'DMMW T fe Y Q X pd' N ,W -' ' -,,,".f-1-1 c s:-F' ogg? swebf' Repairs gn All Makes Body - Fender 81 Paint Shop IHEHIUHY Sales Q Service Direct Factory Dealer 20 East Main Street Mystic, Conn. Tel. Mystic 643 Mvcsrmc CO N N ECTI C T Compliments of DIAMONDS A Friend WATCHES a SILVER LEATHER GIFTS Est. 1909 I V.. A.. . r. ' lv. 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