Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

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1 Lv' ,. ii . ,L 115' :Q Gf si ,Q ,lk L: 4. 5 5, i. ,lg f. 5 Zi 3. fi f, 'ff T 6 PAW IY TONIAN ' 4. A z.. W".:: Publzhheai the 1953 Selzior Cfass STONINGTQN HIGH SCHOOL STONINCTON, CONNECTICUT DEDICATION We, the Senior class of nineteen hundred and nity-three, do dedicate this yearbook to Peace. May it once again be restored to the universe, and may all nations again live in perfect unity and harmony. Sl l til? FOREWORD 1 see not 21 Step before me as I tread on another year, But lxve left the past in G0d's keeping, The future His Mercy shall clear. T. ALLEN CROUCH Szfltierjzzlezzdenzf ,"f"AJ ' , ADMINISTRATION pigeibrft CARROLL W. PEAVEY P1'j11UlI?,zl gli? '41 ' N X! ,h,,..gi ,, ,,,, f .., Qk,-in W wa? . M BMW. N if .1 .W , , f , . .-4, hi- 135 ,Efll Q, 'X 'Q ,W K be , X,,, ,,,, , ,, . , V . . Ha, , ,.,, I, IL, 5 .z .- 3' zz- '-Jag. '2' frf E- !Z2'.'f' 2 'W 2'- "O,,"4'ef-Zfaar if 532 ' 'Q0.,f,Q,4g!" , '::fi '14 ' ,,1 ,S FACULTY ,Me ...f ' M A L. BRADLEY BUNIQER ARTHUR R. CARLIN NAOMI W. CHAIISSIZ CLARENCE A. ELEANOR CRONIN , COOGAN R. . Sfjtjllftj Sfjwffe BlllllI6.!l' ' J Ezzglzflv Mf1llve122ali4'.I' I 5470750 M . 1 'S " " fl I J I 1 J" fir! if I" F. I :X I l ff , ., jf If .I I 1 ' 'x f ' - W ' iii' V ,f I . f""f l 'y 5 MICHAEL E. CRONIN JOSEPHINE L, KATHRH'N C. WIOODROXY' XXV C, . CULLINANE DENNEHEY DOUVILLE lZ'lL'5 AIl!6I'ft'J1I Dezzfofnzfy BI1,ljIl6,l'.f Eugliflv MI1flve1114fiI1r , Q ,ml B MORRIS P. FABRICANT Pbyfjml Edzzmfiwz llnmld Hnmf-y N I I 0.1 -.-R U A f I f QM E .e f 1,L it f I, GEQRGE H, FOLEI' WILLIARI P. GRIFFIN I I Engjjj-jj Mfztbematicf U. S. Hj.l'f07"1' Hiifory page four ,,,.I'. M BARBARA F. HASTINGS ROLAND B. HOUSTON Bfzyizzexy 11Ic7'l1J'fl'j,Zl A VU X a xx X :in ' 'Q "aw A ,AG X 4 . W S 7 EvEu'N L. MURDOCK SL'j6Ut'6 5Q V150 MARX' A. NANIA S. JOSEPH NANIA Gllfz!T11lt'6 Minn Sp.111i,nb 'VBR .4- A1.1CE I, PRATT PASQUALINA L. BEATRICE MARIE M. STEWART , REALE SILVERSTEIN - HOIII6 EEOIIOIIIIKJ Hglzd 0fB11j111e55 CIVIU Bn 1212651 LYNN D617dl'flllEl7f Cj I 'jg Ezzgfixrlv FLORENCE THAVENET Pbjfjfal Edl1L'dff0l2 GLASS ' .15 I' ' 3 1 -b., ,Q .- ZTHY . N X v 55' iffy J. GEORGE MYRA P. XVHEELER VUILLIAMSON Alefbmziml Dlflllfllg VVILLIAM C. PETTY Frenfb Efzglbb page fife I wall-f QAM' Home Emfmzfliziv ADVISER Q Seniors 1953 P7't?,i'.:4,6i2f A' 0 Baseball 16, 3, 4 Jgwabtain D 'aslcetb' 2 Footb' 1, 2,5055 V l,L,Nf'Tri ' 'ashi rt , lb enio um g irPw ' Cass Pr ent? R .li-i H xilu 4 S b -1 AX . 1 ,il 7 .1 .-H+ , f, . I VM? P1'e.i1de1zlf Honor Socictyf'3, 4 Student ouncil Biliilvogy zluli Pres. if . , Assembly Cori? Chm. Htfbby Club 1 Yearbook Staff Camcffn C ub 1 H6'nor Rglljf 2, 5, 4 Wasliingion Club U.1NMTrip Club 1' I FrEshnficnfi,Pz14y V .H Sophunpdre' I-hyp' J Yea' oolgw-bta ' juyflor P-rom f ' ,' A- 1 HU36 Senior Proln K 5 1 jut!ioyl5i1rnfDarLl6 tj Track 1, 2,141 " 1 N , 4" ' 9 me is gy , .1 lf 1- A EARL W. WHITFORD, JR. ,IOI-IN R. MINER, JR, 1 ,' ff "Curlyi' Pawcatuck "black" Pawcatuclc ' H15 Agwd 11.111111 if lv!! .r1n'1'f.f.f. .4 v111,1ll 1111717 11111-3 au! ,1 grrrzl .rbi1d11u'. ' . i in 1: Hr ZTJL,-2, LL 1 ' X ii 'X ' S6H'6f.17'.j , ,C I' ef lub 3. , lee Club 1 rgist5,iiw.u.,fClub rn Girl 1 IQQQLKINI L nor Roll 2. 5. -1 Int murals 2 ,HiiUQ5'f-gbbsivb junior arn Dance 3 aj! i Porn lass Sec ry 5'. ' Lit. Staff 4 'ashington 4 Unit fation Club-1 Operetta 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2. 3 Dramatic Club 1. 2, 3 Biology Club 3, 4 Trathc Squad 2, 3, 4 Oflice Girl 4 Washington Club Yearbook Staff Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Honor Roll Honor Traffic Qlwwwwmww-1 -lunior Senior Club 3 Club 3 ANITA L. SCTQSSEL JACQUELINE MARY CURLEY Com. Sec. HSCLISH Mystic 4',l.1tkic" Pawciituclc U. N. Trip A .fmile m1111111 btlfv ui1111i11g lficzzdf. Sufi ul 1111114 gl 11111 wil 111,11111f1'. sz JOSEPHINE ANDALORA PEARL E. ANDERSON "jo" Pawcatuclc "Pearl" North Stonington She 15111 tba will lo like and be liked. A piano if zu lwr 111 umzler it 111 life. page Jeven . -v " 1 l . . - I f A , Y. , 1 t ,, f 1ll'l,by ,K .4 uf QQ?-l-1 X ,f 1 if 11' fi' r C s , A, nf, lilly I J tp , l . J l D arfmtic ,Ge6'Clbb 5'14 1 'J VA... 1 Girls' Ense ble Ut'-+f f" 316591 Squgi Z, 3f19i4J' i'ripf?t14-ive ay 3 ' Washington ub W Yearbooz Sta ,J Camera half A if 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Co-Captain Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4 Co-Captain "S" Club 2, 3. 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Decorating Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4 Cafeteria Staff 5 Washington Club 51 Class President 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1 Track 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 5, 4 Honor 'Roll ' Public Relations 1, 2 Traffic Squad 2,, 3 Dramatic Club 3 Intramurals 1, 2 Freshman Party Sophomore I-Iop Washington Club Orchestra 1, 2 5, 4 Football 1 Glee Club 1 Baseball Mgr. 2, 3 U. N. Trip Wasluington Club Yearbook StaH Assembly Committee DONALD CLARKE APPLETON NANCY ARRUDA A "Clarke" Stonington "Nan" Sf0H1fl24f0U S,lmr!.t .nm one of bil 111.11151 grail! libel, Smile and 3011 will aluuji zviu. IVIARY T. AVELLAR LUCILLE BALL "Twe" Stonington "Lu" Pawcatuck "The eyes' of Ilnf mi1'm11f me My mul. Ltzzzgb .md the world ltlllgfjbt' zriifa QUII. We 'QQ BRADLEY BARBER SHIRLEY BARBER "Brad" Pawcatuck "Blondie" Pawcatuck Le! Iby wordr be few. Her betuzly lier zvilbifz her hair. page eigbl Glee Club 1 Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4 Wfashington Club 'Yearbook Staff Otiice Girl 4 Cafeteria Staff 4 Honorable Mention 2, 3, 4 Lf N. Trip Intramurals 2 Drum Corps 1, 2, 3 Tvvirler 2, 5 Glee Club 1. 2. 3 Dramatic Club 2 Operetta 3 Whshington Club Yearbook Staff Odfice Girl -I Glee Club 5 XX'ashington Club 4 Ck aff af 1 ,K+ .J ' lvqyl as 1 xi Football 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2 Baseball 1, 2 Track 1, 2 "S" Club 2, 3, Glee Club 3. 4 Sophomore Hop Freshmen Party Junior Prom Barn Dance Com. 3, 4 Washington Club 3.4 Yearbook Staff Photographic Ed. President 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 5, 4 Cafeteria 2, 3 Girls' Intramurals junior Prom U. N. Trip Wiisliington Club Camera Club 1 Senior Prom 1 x it HAROLD BEAL, -IR. MARIAN BEAL "Hal" Pawcatuck "Chicken" Stonington Tim! mu er fir ,rlrguglb ffmr .flood fu1n1fqz4tzr'e Her fare refiertr ber' bvlppifleii. A I to JU. ' - fi fl' - t 'or S c' 5101 5 l 1 bd l ase all, , Br 86' 'hi e 5. 4 L C b a hingt ub D at' Cl , , 4 Y ar W , . Gle 5, 4 U. N. Tri X f, wx. Freshmen ty ' 'W Sophomore op ' junior Pro Senior Prom Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Scorer 4 JOHN c. BIANCHI, Jr. 'irler fl Wilsli K n Club -llufiii r Pr Disc s ' lub 1 O cc Girl -1 U. N. Trip lil Glee Club 1, 211 y Camera Club Sophomore Hop CLAIRE B. BOOTH "Johnnie" Pawcatuck "Boo" Pawcatuck Mr Cfmirlmzzz. I rife In ,1 pain! of order. Drum Corps 1 1 Junior Prom Glee Club 1 Intramurals 5, 4 Honor Roll 5 Yearbook Staff b , ' Washington Clu U. N. Trip bf office Girl 4 gy. Barn Dance 3, 4, J' Ji, . A fi . . Q4 y ,pps f Sb: lui' bn! nut' Init. Chess Club , Wfashington Club U. N. Trip UI ,J 5 .5 IV F F j 'rf DONNA L. BROOKS CARLETON BUCKLIN "1 Q A cjll "Donna" Mystic "Buck" Wequetequock Lib f Wiliam mzuif life would be sz rniymbe. Silenre if Golden. . . . ixj vffb, page Mme X- Camera Club 2, 5, 4 Tratiic Squad 2, 3, 4 if Acrobats 1 Ring'Eommit H l Glee lub 1, - Gifetgria Stuff 2,,, Biology Clu 32 3. 4, Honorable 'Iention 3 4 Chebrleader 3,14 Club 5, 14? 1 - Freshmen t Party -luniitl Prom . .Senior Prym , , V U. N. Trip X gym Dante fashinglori Club Yeayivooll Staff Discussion Club 3 Dramatic Club 1, 2, Public Relationsl 2, 5 Hotlhy Club f' Intrarrsirals 1, Zh Y Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, -1 Wfashington Club r T . A Brogwvn 8 White 1, 2, 3, 4 F Glee qiilfi, 2,i3, 4 Honor oll 1, 2.-"S, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Cafeteria Staff 1, 2 Photography 1 Q " Girls' Basketball 2 Intramutili 2, 3 Wfashington Cllfb Yearbook Staff Freshman' Pfirt , 1 Y iSophomore Hop -lun.-Sen. Barn Dante junior Prom 'Senior Prom ' ' Otlice Girl 11 Biology Club -l Home Room TFEZS. 2 Christmas Ciimlers 3. 4 l r 'I I LOUISE l'5URDlCK HLULIU Old lllystic Alzzaixl 11716 L1 .fuwil .rmife tllllll 11z'i11Hi11g L '1'c',f. FLORENCE CADY "Floss.ie" Old Mvstic Her uuzris me Llhllll uf ffZei1,f.111111i'rr. .md iz!! f7u'f1i1lf11 me jmlfi. JEAN ELIZABETH CARLSSON "-leaniei Mystic Yifvf Icfyj' pm! of jur'fca'i'ifn1. Hobby Club 1 Camera Club Glee Club 2 Discussion Club 1 Dramatic Club 1 Lf N. Trip Washinlutfin Senior Prom Honor Roll 1 Parents Night 1, 2, 3, 4 1, 2 Club CHARLES CADY 'Charlie' Old Mystic Limgfv imc! lfnf rliifi lplllgbf zrilb you. , j I -' Honor Roll 1. 2, '35 4 Discussion Club 3 Club Zw 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,5 sfpdem Cmmfii 124 5 " Secretary 4 f Asst.'Sec., CJ.S.C..4 Sfrphomorc op, -Iunlor Pr mlf- Seilior Pr ' Queenyourt 3 Girls? . A. G4rfs'B:1sketball2,5.-1, elntrarriprals Li. 3. -i Ch leader Capt In-1 ,Z jj! ,I 'K 2 - Tratfit Squad 3g Assembly Comf -1 Yearbook Stall Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4 XX'ashington Club Drum Corps 1. 2 JUNE CAPALBO 'C.ip" Bradford lu m'zlt1' In 11.111 J friuld if In fu fine. Discussion Club Glce Club Drum Corps Fresh, Fashion Show Football Prog, COFI1. XX'ashington Club ELIZABETH CASXVELL 'liettyv Pawcatuclc A im!!-liffzezl' .rifffffe Xullv lllrlfe' tlffqlzenre' llhlll 1111: L Ib. jmge' 1611 My F' Laareriaxbtag 32-1 I ' ,VV Ui' l . 1 l"' 'iff El-Lid lLCi'2LAn1K' 1 L 4 1 J7 li' DL 4. fx? ,LLC llyrglivqi 'Af IW' 5 :Jr L, '. 'lf Li. LL ,lp M L rl ir Lilo, if K' t' ,vt f Ll .J'fL17JD' .1 ldv' l WPA -'lf' . Q, 'li M lil! 'li .1 7 1 W2 asliin Qton AC LQ w r at U. N. Tnpisf MLM ly Honor Rol-I J 1, Yearbook Stal?" Y," Drum'COrP3"1: 2, 5. Cvlee Club 1 V j ' Yearbook Staff' ' vi Washin 011 VClulQ, Barn D 'tice Twirling lflzifor 3, 4 Gle' Club 2, -3, 4 ztiqs 2. 3, 4 B1 y 4 y 5 Discus ' 2 V Honorml 2, 3, 4 junior Prom ,L ' - Cglwairmhn ' X Senior Prom is U. N. Clubv3N Washington Club f junior-Senior sBar 2 Darrcesy, ' Intnnfiurals 2, 3, f S' h m Ho ,f1z,J2,,g::2ttf Oiiiee 3, 4 Cafeteria Sta V V Girls' Ensemble U ,I fi A 'I i N.-4' I., if GERTRUDE CHABIPION DONNA CHAPPELI. "Gert" North Stonington 4'Squit" Pnwctitucl-c For L'uNf1'E5-Q uint ufulzwz .af url! JJ mlm Clwfdf ilu! zibmff ,tzzefleif Af7IcJ,fIl7'e' of 772.1-1, L1lc6f7c,fl Irfuzzn, iii' PATRICIA A, CINI BARBARA CLAY "Put" Mystii "l:SJrbie" Stonington A Hue fflefldl .11 JU Hillel. xl ,good mzrm IJ ullnr lu fu fftffitfi 111.111 4grf.11 rlrfu i, 5 ANITA FAUSTINE COATS DAVID PAUL COFEEY "Xiu" North Stonington "Easy Ed" Stonington Sbe 6.11 l7Ill,l'fl",l' golden Imlgllc. Off' DJ-gi uf ,mmf ltzmwt. fuge flfi L Il Tnitlic 1, 2, 3, -1 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2 Dmmntic Club 1, Z Cafeteria Stuff l, I Year Book Staff Xllkisliington Club Ofhce Girl ti N. Trip Public Relations Z, 3 junior-Senior Barn Dances "Our Town" Brownkvifhite 15,4 Biology Club 2, 5, 4 All tw U Glgtilub , O'rche' 1, Z, , 4 Wa 'ton C Yeftrbon ' aff . ILL I l' ,fCNp0V,q4.. .if , N' ljnslcetbull 1, 2, 3, 4 l3.isebt1ll 1, 2, 3, -I Football l Tr.icl-1 5 Club 3. 4 Glec Club 1, 1 Orrhestra I Freshmen P.irty Sophomore Hop Alunior Prom Senior Prom Chess Club 2 C.imer.i Club 1, 2, Yt-.irboolc Staff XY'.ishington Club Biology Club 2 1 if f rm.. Baseball Mgr. 1, 2 Basketball Mgr. 1, 2 fahv ..,, i ' ' iff Y x W ss. 4 W if I , 9.2, , XXfII.I.lAM COLPRVI' SALLY j. CONE Camera Club I, 2 Washingtran Club Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2 junior Prom Chairman Yearbook Literary Ed. Orchestra 1 Traffic Squad 3, 4 Public Relations 1, 2 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Freshman Party Sophomore Hop U. N. Trip Discussion Club 3 Senior Prom junior Barn Dance 3 "Bill" Pawcatuclc "Shorty" My'stic I ,iw -ion: fffelld' C1111 lZ7Ulljg'L7 I fmzj' be A filllt' zmuiuiw Il0Zl'1.Uld ffreu if refiifaed 7 11.71111 in ijutfl. by ilu' u'iie.il 111671. Brown S Wfhite Staff 1, 2. 5, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, -1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop junior Prom Senior Play 3 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 U. N. Trip Washington Club Dramatics Club 1 Drum Corps 1 Discussion Club 3 ,M ELLEN ADELAIDE COOGAN VIANE CYRIACKS X Mystic I ilu!! lrmglv Ill'l.ft'!f In dfizlfa. Slit dunk liflle lfifzdzzfoef ufviffa 1111111 lttzre 1,3 3, 4 1, 4 ' 4 2, 3, Sta 1 Staff N 2, '4 4 1. Fu t" 1,l 1 I I p n B. t 11'i aw Y 5 f n o b N q f I S 1 ' P' 1' ' -opho are , op 1, V I 'i ro X lnfdwzt. 'RQ' ROBERT PAUL DELAGRANGE JOSEPH DOLCE "Lum" Stonington .lug P11WC11fUCk Lil? lf .1 13.11116 111.11 lllllil bt fflrziidl Baller lbref 17111175 loo 1.116 llmfz .1 mmlzfc V Y ' Im! TIHIIZ. page twelve I.,- Football 3, -1 Club 3, -1 Baseball 1, 3 Basketball 2 Track 3 Cafeteria Staff 4 Washington Club U. N. Trip N Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Drum Corps 1 G.A.A. 5, 4 A Girls Basketball 3 Home Room Treas Yearbook Staff 4 D 3 Cafeteria Staff 2, 3 Washington Club 4 Discussion Club 2 Barn Dance Com. Brown ancl White 1.2,3,-1 Biology Club 2, 3, 4 junior Prom Senior Prom Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop Traffic Squad 3 Dramatic Club 2 U. N. Trip U. N. Trip Washington Club Camera Club 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, Drum Corps 1 Ring Committee 1 Cafeteria Staff 2 Biology Club 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, 4 "S" Club Queen's Court 3 Washington Club Yearbook Staff Traffic Squad 3, 4 Dramatic Club 2, 3 Discussion Club 3, 4 Class Vice Pres. 1 Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop junior Prom U, N. Trip Public Relations 2, 3 Hobby Club 1 Intramurals 1 Barn Dance 3 3,4 ""'k RAYOLYN A. ECCLESTON "Rae" Mystic Around Iver lifzgerr .112 .zir of .fzz'fe1f1e.ty, fm verify .md .fivzpficil-3 Ffa ill JABIES FANNON "Finnigin" Pawcatuck QHiEI116J'.f to kim if like .1 Hue 1,53 wz .1 Spring dx-3. l.. NANCY J. FISH "Nan" Mystic A pinfb of miftlnief, a dark of pep and cz fupful of merrimelzl. page QV 4 T Q5 OPT . 3, K J 60 Washington mf ,JK Otlice Staf Senior Barn Yearbook St' - junior Talent Show jun. Compet. Play 3 Dramatic C J CLAIRE FALCK North Stonington A thing of beau!-1 ir iz joy furwer, 3 Wasliington Club U N. Trip is C l ROBERT FARNUM "Rob" North Stonington A friwzdlg rw! of cbxp. ,MZ 9,1 b 1 1 rals l, ... E' e Girl Z 571 761 'S' f' . ff!! ' RUTH c. FLEMING CMM, 5 "Ruthie" Stonington Laugbler if wills ber wbererer the goei. ' tlairleerz L, 1- 5' V' ff' jp Bio jy 2, 5, C , . . ra ICC 1 C peti 'v Play . ations 7 Bas ' all ' wwn e 1 usincs r. Bron n IL . . 3 ' hit , 7 sst. sines jr. ow ' ite 3 Intramurals 2, 3, 4 Asst, Lit. Ed. of Year- book Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, -1 Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop MK W 6 mf W" 4 an ' f Qffyfl 5 age 1111 I4 M, 2:nl0f 3 eww 'lf-I VJ' IP' junior Prom I Senior Prom M97 My 1 IJ-fl lj Barn Dance Corn. " f , -I ,' Drum Corps i ull." Home Rm. Treas, 1 .2 f i,,' Y FMAAJ fl' Washington Club ii i ay Homablc 1, 3, 5, 4 PATRICIA L, FORSS ROBERT EDWARD FRASIER a lj "Patt" Pawcatuck "Slim" Pawcatuck lxlrlfbzilllg' it ,Io fllllltiglllllul .II eullazzrinmz. llnell liked by .Ill who LJZEM' bim. l JIU Q NL I ff!! Freshmen Party ff' ' 4 Sophomore Hop -Iunior Prom Yearbook Staff 1, 4 Pub. Relations 1, 2 Babketball 1 Fife and Drum 1 Honorable Mention 1. 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Intramurals 1, 2 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 Washingtcmn Club Traffic Squad 2, 3 Camaa l 0' I cj iillllltlllfill "Di ly Track Manager 1, 2 Wfashington Club ' f ' Basketball Manager 2 MARION FRYE JAMES M. FL'REY "l-uckie" Stonington Hvlumpinlu ,limn wvequetequock :iq The 1l'lIl.H of lwjvpifzeif. RICHARD FYFE Sfffzzfllfzzer ,I'er'iu1zfI Ivfzzztlizzlf,-I gp. pfnple 'j likf bllll filber 1111-1. VX A 1 ' ,lv J . .1 LI,-F' . !,,' . J I A Y 1 Ja I I O' ' I I-lobby Clubxl. 2. 5 L XY'.IslIidgtdn"Club MK Ns r. V fsvl t , A itil' , V., J EUGENE F, GARBARIXO Pawcattick "Skip" Mygfig Sllefiu It .1 zzrfzrt, Mlm luv lvttu .1 INEVV-I ljyfg, jugs THIIVIL e IZ X "'1.!, . vs in I MJ I 1 ! -'- , 'SI . 4 " ' Glee Club 1, 2, 3 I li ' , Drum Corps 1, 2 ' 1 "' - Yearbook Staff Cafeteria Staff 1, 2 Jx Brown Lk Wllite 1, 2 , Drum Corps 1, Z F T ' Honorable Cafeteria Staff 2 Mention 1, 2, 5, 4 Lf N. Trip Tfafflfr 5ClU9-Cl 3- 5 Wfashington Club QuC6r1S.COurr Senior Prom Dramat1i:Club1,2,5,4 Ycarbook Staff Blologlfclub 5- 4 Honor Roll C0mPeUU'Ve Plfix 3 Discussion Club 2 Thyee Aft Plal' D Intramurals 3 Twirler 1 Pare-nt's Night 1. 2, 3, 4 Olice Girl 2, 3 iv -..-. 6 Y JOYCE GEARY BEVERLY L. GEYER "Jo" Pawratuck "Bef J n 9 Ixclktic A kind of 517.17171 31111 16.5111 Iv find' in A lrue bk zvurmzzziizld. . QU x , I 'x IN r kfloly U WML X, .A ' ore Hop Prom wx, IV Prom Relations 2. 3, 4 Club 2, 5. 4 j Tralhc Squad Z, 5. 4 Girls' Ensemble 4 Glee Club 4 M Yearbook Staff Vfashington Club T R Trip Tr recl from terly 2 Biolok ' Club 3, 4 Honor Roll 2, 5, -,J Dram ' Club'xIM5qW Roll 1. 2 Club 1, 2 ,TOANNA INIARY GINGERELLA EINHLY GRAY "jo" Paweatuck "Emmy" Old Mystic Pliylllill if 166 air about ber, There i' no udfdfmz like fnzzzkfzexi, Q J P, 'CW Bftqjyei i 2. 3 C Mgt k , ' 1 C , 5 ff ash' o l 1 C l ' , ' ' f 1 i , i Latin Club 2 V' Ja 101. E1 i Biology Club 3 1 '50 Ore 5157! lj Honor Society 3, 4 F Lhm any 49,3 Yearbook Staff Gj A 1 2' 3 , ' Washington Club Gee Cl lb 5' v 5, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 5, 4 Camera 73155 1 . Tfafflf Squad 31 4 Honor Roll 1 L2 ,fi Wheeler Glee Club 1 Dramatic Cl H, 3 Competitive Play 2 Otlire Girl 3 Prornptor "No Place to Park" . Senior Prom A Q RUTH GRAY I EDITH A. GREGORY "Ruthie" North Stonington Edlek Pllwcatuck Speerb if fifzer, bill fileure U golden. The '70-ll1'!"t'-lf of 2JIlW"Z'1" f""!U'f3e' ber page jfffeezz ff' .W few' X wa' 'lj' M! J'rVt-.allyr ,lyk-VCU gig fs!! Ji. fir' .W .' 1' ' 1 v 'J ip 3104 r A Unk a Q ' Honor Roll 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff Xwashington Club Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 Drum Corps 1, 2 Biology Club 2, 3 G. A. A. 1, 2, 3 Office Staff 4 U. N. Trip Senior Prom Intramurals 1 SHIRLEY IVIARIE GRILLS GERTRUDE MARIE HAGMAN ' If I I "Shirl" Pawcatuck "Scotty" Mystic ffl ' I My bear! ii' uwrnz ufilfy friezzdr I Nmlfe. Aluwyf williizg and ready. - J - . , X 1' ix ,,, A ii J i Cheerleajer 3, 4 Browd'8t Wm. 1, 2 junior ' ts 3 Sen. -Sports Ecl.'4 Dru,rrl'Corps 1 Affobat 2 , ij, . Sophomore H JJ J br Pro J igriior B Dan A arn D Cc' .m Senior Pro' ' Cafeteria S 1, Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff "SH Club 3. 4 Office Girl 3, 4 Washington Club Home Room Trefw 3 BARBARA A. HAWKINS WILLIAM J. HERMAN "Bobbie" Pawcatuck "Bill" Mystic She ir up! for jerl and Jjmrlf. Kfmzvledge ir puuw. 3 V' A J? ,,,, ff. ashington C ,Z U ' A . ' ' 1, 1.f,!H'ear t S . 5222. P522 11 jlflf Fresh P US., VV, V fl 1174! ,af QI! NELSON W, HIMES LOIS ANN KELLIHER "NXfoocly" Pawcatuck HI-um" P3W'541tUCk MHZ of few u.0,.d5 me ,be hwy men. A grind d1.f110.fi1iof1 ir more 14111141516 Ibazz ' ' gold. page Jixleefz Glee Club 1 Orchestra 1 Cafeteria Staff 2, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Drum Corps 1, 2, 3, 4 Competitive Play 3 Biology Club 2, 3 Basketball 2 Basketball Manager 4 Typing Club 4 U. N. Trip Dis C u l 1 2, est! , 3, 4 rama ' lub - "Ou own" - 1 lace J r 3 ' era ub 3 Stu Co ci 4 orS cie ' 4 Bro 8: e f , 2, 3 Edi 4 s E mb Yi Ho or ollfli .., QV ingt n C T. N. -I ro S r r l Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1 Dramatics Club 2, 3 Biology Club 3, 4 Drum Corps 1 Twirler Z Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Team 4 "S" Club Tre-as. 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop junior Prom Senior Prom Yearbook Staff Wiishington Club Intramurals 1, 2. 3. 4 Dramatics Club 2, 5, -1 Biology 5, Sec, 4 Basketball Team -1 junior Prom Senior Prom Yearbook Stuff Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 X Football 1, 2. 3 Hobby Club 1. 2 Stage Crew 2. 3 Baseball 1 Washingtcin Club Yearbook Staff Office Girl GiA.A. Honor Roll 2, Glee Club 1 ,, , INIARGARET E. KELLIHER JOAN KENYON "l3Iargy" Pawcntuck Uhlorrnie' Pawcatuck Slmug rm.: 21' :miie flfufllg' .zrliumr Su Juni .1 7'.zrr. lurk lzugel ginzrf X-mr CHARLES F. KNAPP ROSE lNl. l.11FOUN'l'AlN "Charles" Pawoiturk "Ro" XVcquetequo.'l: .fi Jmlff In tzerwiff gow lfllh him, Blllrl- .1lzi.1-ii ,fu ilu yu. GERALDINE LAWRENCE H H IW JEAN LEDWITH ..G6ri., Stoningum -lean Wequetequaick 511,661 Jud WVU Sin ,fr:'6l7.7,l qnjel lu llwir ufm do 1101 Lima' i it l her. przge 56l'E1II66lZ 1 I . ,' ' L .,!,.r ,L L 1, -' f , if 1 1.. -.. w7f1 lf,L4 if or Yeniiibookj Sta If lv L lunior Pi-pm uefn XXfQ,SlJdrrgton Club D im Corp-s'1, f,3 rr fyrling imvfire 4 Glee Club 2, 3 ' i. lr Freslirngin Party .Q f Soblilwrnure' Hop junior 'Prom Senior Prom Yearbook Stuff 4 Cgifcteria Staff 4 Brown cgi White 1 Wfrishington Club Y i 1 ,2 Public Relations 2 Discussion Club 2 'llrarlsic Squad 2, 5 Glee Club 1, 2 Ollie Girl 4 Camera Club 1, Operetta 1, Z, 3 2 Honorable Mention 3 L1 N, Trip 5 llrealimen Pdffj' Brown S: Wfhitc Honor Roll 1, 2, G,A.A. Tmrlic Squad 5, -i Glec Club 1 Yearbook Stag Cafeteria Stiff 4 Wfrishington Club lf. N. Trip 1. 3.4 ,L ' X up Uvyx migg lec Club I, ,, i r 1 'urps ' ub ' ala i S Clulw Ch' irmun , frtic ,lub 5 ash mn Clu Q 1 2, 3 ,vuniur rom H0 'Clu YQLI ik SILIHO . I ,l fig! 3 In fi uri ' X5 "lung n ub i ussinn Cl ' N. Trip Senior Primm ' ce Girl 4 ., JOAN E. I.EMA HARRY LIMANNI "'Ior1nic" Wcquctcquock "Hurry" Piiwfdfllfk A liglvl lveuzrl fires lwzg. H5 bm bil .rilwzl uuj. IL 7 fn ,Q rl , , r . , Dra c KK , JWOSY 3 v-JZ! ' L! atin Cm P . , Lf N. Trip I 00 l Whshington Club rack 4 .C e'cPl f P awww f lj iW RICHARD LOBUGLIO FRANCES I. LOMBARDO "Dick" North Stonington "Babe" Pawcatuck PIU! 01,1 fbg plrzy, Of .1 zw'-1 rlnerjffrl 1z,1I1nAe. ,gm Camera 3 Hobby Club Buscbill 4 i Waslmington Club - Jfg?i'lrbg'i:lFggHq 'W' 1 Q lub ,5 W p in .-,.- If PN I l pl' I U I I 1 I - , ' ' x kj F 'xl TIMOTHY MAIN XVILLIAM MANSFIELD CNN -, "Tim" ou Mystic "iam" wwrefly XJ X I I Lillfe I mi. my umzli rm' jeu: Tfwre 111.1-J' lw lyiddwz 111c.111i11g.s' in X7i,f12ViIl, l X l p.1,Qf cigblcezz f rl. , lol mglvl 'l ,W ff Qtba , 2, ,, 4 HLA ad Xvalit S" Cl b 2. 3, ase l 1, 2 as tb ll 1 on S ciety 5 in ton lub W MW 1. pjf ,nf JJ Jw Eff My Q fi if uf s 1 0 3,5 lf, M if l X A ,l,p D 4 HI! 4 Q? J' Jr p. W it A, Q f ' " Wy' Hubby Club 3 Washington Club U N. Trip LOLYIS E. LIARCOTTE FREDERICK A. INIASON fl' "Lou" Pawcatuck "Freddie" Pawcatuck 44 Ht fi full uf i'17Zifcf, iff! trjl ,ibfinf fnjm, , M 3 9 1 I, 1 X 'L J, JU, i pi . A 1 ,, fl' , , JL! l y syrup M Hobby Club 5 V C if fashington Club hess Club 2 JJ' ,. l il gaxilwlie ci 7 sh'n tw l b X , , WL 'Kill Sf l' 1 U J uf , g,'i":if 4 XWILLIAM B. MCDONOUGI-I CAROL MERINGOLO "Butch" Stnningtnn "Ca" Stonington Colm. gfzf 141 .1 I.l1Ic uf 'mln' qlhljjl-j. A Iliff, ,vzizislf iwirf. x infix L fy lv fly' lx! N X I' -, X59 l SHIRLEY MITCHELL ARLENE MOOSEY 1 vi, fx Xl-' "Shirl" Mystic "Dickie" Pawcatuck 1 VU5 fx "I um the rery pink of murlefy. A1 7lZ67'7'J' in live day ii lwzg. J I ,x -J , l .. 1 x ' " A ll"J page zzmeieeaz j curbook gigm Ccfyijsfll , f V ticClub1 9 XV- ington Cvlcf: igffffv Glcc Club 1 Discussion Club 2, Z- Hunor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Typing Club 2 Biology Club 2 Wfashington Club 4 1' 1, I t I ,ip . I1 111 Pi 'Ji .1 u wr AMI 1 if H, J: 9 1 il lf. if 1 Washington Club U. N. Trip X RALPHINA P. MORETTI PRISCILLA j. MOREY I . .A. 2, 3 fu 1 onor Ro 1,.2, 5, 4 rown .V ite2,5 ' A' ff Biolo Cl Y 5, i Pub' Rela i, a teria if ashin of. Glee K' .V 9 D1i2l f1C i , 4 ' Vi' -Preside 5 rum Cdr s 1 S p omore Hop Jun r Prom i nior Brom uzns 'Court i , Tra uad 5,74 iYe o St lop ce l 53-K 1? J Orchestral' 1 Competitive Play 2 "Rliina" Pawcatuck "Prissv" Pawcatuck A zrzerry betzrt 11111121116 11 fbeerful mzznle- Sufb iz neizl. .szweef liflle girl, Q," f ll 11i1lll't?. I M, , 1 if 1 . " Y Cbeerllgader 5, 4 1 "S" Qlub 3, iif Hlganoriblel ' Mention 1,1 2, Biology Club 5, 4 -Iyizyhior Prom Senior Prom Washington Club Yearbook Staff V Intramurals 2 Glee Club 2 U. N. Trip Y 3, 44 A Mix D9 9 VJ,,fV'Aj , 1 , I 1 ,ig W ,, 5 ,If FGM Clubdzfl. 5, J -4AQ5IT3iT2ij01'6t ' ', .1 'Hrum Crgpi' ,2,5,4u 5 ,Dragrlnatit Club .jiyfb V ,Egg oll 1, 2, 5L'5! lC'fas5, Trigg-,u4gEV'f . ,Ba5l5,E,t'Ha 2, 5 41 lfI?1h'a.1r'rTural -, 5, 47 e ' ourt . f 1 A. f QXG1shingtonD-hffb I Fres mgneP?rIty So ' '. L. . .if ' 11 - I prim if 1 ,f ' Junior Przigigfiaxl Senior Prom I Yearbook Staff ' Camera Club 2 ' Cafeteria Staff 2, 5, 4 Office Girl 4 HELEN A. NOEL G. PATRICIA O'BRIEN "Pepper" Mystic "Patsy" Pawcatuck Her' eyel .fp.1rHe like uuzler 111 LI rfem' Her uuzyf are Lili-1'.f of ,f1le,1.v.z11f11e.rr .Ind ber .ff11'ing. f.111'11e.vf il' Mui' of .1 mfr. gp ,f M' 1' Dafete1' E. 7 r' ' ' L I,- H y lub men arty - o e Hop V .I 'or Prom wr es ' 1, 2, .V ps rrling 7, 451 G'le luglyl ,, 4 ' ' En le 5. Ope , 2. 3. I U1 ri Q . 1 Wi full ,i N ' J M llvvvk S .1 V G Wm, SHIRLEY j. PANCIERA IOYCE PATTERSON SIiirl" Mystic "Ge0mie-- O Zl'6ele'.if ffye 11111111 when in Ifye .rung fbe S H5 fhjdj, 1 K bk . y Dramatic Club 2, 5 Glee Club 1, Z, 5, 4 Orchestra 1. 2, 5, -1 Girls' Ensemble 5. -I Honor Society 5, -Q Biology Club , Int1'ai11uix1l5mX55?, Competitijz Pla' Three C Play , 5 X Asse C i. 4 1 1' Gfwub '1 a taff OQmQ i1 , 5, 4 - 1 luv 1 t ld 'A 'H .fiflktfr bm been lol! pg! I 'l NU rpm lm Ji' page lu enfy fag' ff J' ku ff. ' lg ,1 A 1 Hp1z6r.R01l l 3 C 1 5 , - U 'll lyu 12,, tm W 1 G S em C .1 . 3. -1 fgpra A xc 2, 3 ,un n e ok Staff Op etta , ,, Hobby Cfubrl Wfaiglafat n ub U L 0 P -D OH1 7 3 4 x . Intramurals 1 Yearbook Staff XY'ashington Club Home Economics 1 I J -J BIARLENE PEABODY JANE K. PEAVEY "Minn" Pawcatunlc "Pen" Wequctcqurrck flllzfif z1'.1.fbe.f ,114 .lvl lmzzz llvf 5011! flu dm! Hfazwz .vnrlv IQI'.IL't: did lend ber, ifmf lin of c1wjd.1-1 life, lilfgbl Jtllllljfcall bc. HELEN E. PLYBIPTON MARY AGNES PLYMPTON 'Twinicl' Pawcatuck "Mary" P.1xvc.1turl: Tait fm flvondvz Y'o1'If,fi1fn'1'uu'. fm' ilu mor- Sb: will llclcl' bt L'Ul!u',cNl11Ld.lUV zzluf Ju' mu min 11711114361 of ilafff, ,nl-1.1. Aj Juv ff, J- lf G-P4gClub 1 Q. lg Intramurals --li Dlurb Carpe 1, 2 Olfrcd-4 n nor 0 I .ix ,H'6' R 7' 3, 4 .,' 1 4, rfb, I v ss' 'A Ja- , -J A ALA' ' 'J -x'. 'Uk ' MARY PONT JACQUELINE N. RATHBUN YI-lille" Sfonlflgmn "jackie" Pawcatuclc A blurb and 4 mzile-wbal muld be A 7f,Ajg,,dj3 bm. b,b,,,,, be,- Jzveeier. page Iwefzly-0116 CafElteriaA4St'aff 3,E1f llfresmfei Parry, g A 51 wmurc H012 " hlunnmr Pxum ' Senlimr Prom ' Biology Club 3' Brown k'W'TnLtef M- l, 2, 5, 4 lntramdrals Y J Ycarbu0k'g'taff N' Wfashington Club Dramatic Club 2 Glce Club 1, 2, 3 Assembly Cum. 4 Queens Court 3 U. N. Trip Intramurals 1 Home Economics 1, 2 Yearbook Staff Washingtcvn Club Drum Corp5 1, 2 Dramatic Club 1 Brcmv'nKWl1itc2,3,4 Discussiun 2 I-lunur Roll 5 Glee Club I Biology Club 4 Wiisliingtlwn Club MW X , V Rl-IEA RAVENELLE RITA RAVENELLE "Rhea" Piiwciituck "Rita" Pawcatuclc The fiilft' 111.115, will lure bw' will. A mzile au ber if like Ike mu in Nye fig. Student Council 2, 3, 43 Pres Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop 1 Junior Prom It ,, i W Senior Prom Football 1, 2, 3, 4 - W Biology 2. 5 in Wfashington Club i Yearbook St' 1 , uifgb V - ,f X M DOUGLAS RAYNER SANTO RISICA " "Doug" Pawcatuck "San" Pavvcatuck A geuffezmnl. cz leader ,uid .1 jffmlar. From i1 liffle Jltmrk 111,13 lzlrrff .1 miglvfj flafzie. Football 1, 2 Baseball 1 Honor Society 5, 4 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Wasluington Club Camera Chitty , A U A la l M 1 i I , , 5 f Y rl C' C , JV , 4 ,.f, ff .,,.,,,,, , , W -61 . D 1-N, ROBERT L. Roenisrria ARLAND Rooms, JR. Nmis "Ro" Pawcatuck "Rooclie" North Stonington , Lize fodlig and dozfl zl'fm',1 Jfiflllf lfm2rn'r'01l'. Nuflviug U more zneflll Muzi .filem'e'. l-4 ll' mlly ' all X Q -. ik, GP it llmge tzlwzly-izw li , Biology Club 4 Washingtfjn Club Baseball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Cafeteria 4 YX'ashington Club Lf N. Trip Track 1, 5 Glee Club 1. I Whtshinqton Club I-lobby Club U. N. Trip D . Z W Q i Corps 1, - lic slatio Qin 7 'ophomore HQ T A rom, D hairman -en'rPt 5.4 D Bo j Q1fUL11'3 5 . . D 1 - ' ' ngto ,ff 'IDG LH hi W. . - atic C .Q- raw 1 La in -li - Q ow 'xy I 16: 'l wr U Si x 'Q s ., x MARIAN SADDOVU D. X :lg Piiwcatuclc Puwcatuck A 111 Umm. 31111 ffmir. 1ll.142ll.IlljN1lfAl ,mtl 'wud lvznllfu' .gif fm' Iu- F 5, ,iN zcxml r11.1lm.q wilt lgmil. B lj f el .cj 1 , Lj 'Flu fl W tball L ' eball 7-E" lc ,4 S 1 f ai 'ct ll '1 -1 1' ' Bi C 1. 5 , 6 r ok 'fha tic Club 2 Ev. 6 Typi 2 Club -1 YHM ZH0 veiub 3, a X- ' D ' s -1 ooph op Seni rom DENNIS SAFFOMILLA LETA SAhIATARcj Hsiiffu I I V M5555 "l.cc" Puwmtuck fi j771.1ll f.zfE.zgg Nj ofp,1ril1f1,g ZII,IlIIl. Tln ftllflfllf-lr-li ffl lluni fy L,-df, bu. JZHU-H. U U72 - ' JL!- ,Z ,,,f if i rj 5,11 ffl Wo: V if lyllv 4 A fl, W MW W 4, l f lf ,! ..,V , , ., , i f 1C C 1 I JOHN EDWARD SANTTI EVERETT LOUIS SCI-IRAMM North Stonington "EV Mystic Lazrgbfer and good will 01112101 help zu be llpbtzz gezzsmfif-1 Alflllll fbe limi-I lj' ,fpokwz fofzlagivux. uf. be azmmf bf o1'e'rlw1ied. page fLl'6'lIl-3'-Ill77'6E Glcc Club 5, 4 Girls' Ensembl: -1 NX'.1sbington Club Honor Roll 5. 4 Dr.im.itic Club 3 lntizirnurnls 3, 4 Girls' B.iskctb.1ll 4 -lunior Prom Senior Prom Senior Talent Show Otlice Girl Yearbook Stuff Art Club 1 Hobby Club 1 XY'.1sl1ington Club Glec Club 1, 2 Sophomore Hop Camera Club 1 'lunior Prom Drum Corps 1 Disuussion Club 5 Biology Club 5 Orlicc Girl of UMW WWW" Libby Club 1 Glcc Club 1 Discussion Club 1 Biology Club 3, 4 XXl.1sbington Club Tr.icl-1 -1 jjj, Bz1SCl3alll 1 Washington Club U. N. '1 rip Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 JAMES W. SHAW, JR. Pawcatuck Ilnilb n gnu and il blllllfllg mp. L7r1f7lflf!Ic'.U' mmm! help fr 1 be. ' A M' AJHDJLM fl WW 5 Glee Club U. N. Trip Washington Club Yearbook Staff uhm., SHIRLEY SMITH uShidH cud Ddysdc Friefzdr are made by being wie. x 1 E iff KATHLEEN A. SULLIVAN "Kathy" Pawcatuclc In Jileure ulru lbere ii' uvrfb. .l GERALDINE A. SI-IEA "Sl1atly" PLIVJCLIILICZC A11 i.lIH'..l uf b.1f1,biue.fr haiwxi eww' abou! ber PAUL JOSEPH STIEPHAUDT "Step" Stonington S'11fre.r5 U Ibe FIJIIIIIIIIJUUII of frieudrbip and 1l'iUi11gf1e,rr lo zrurk. H1 LOIS R. SYLVIA "LO" Pawcatuck Smiler and friezzdr gn baud in band. page twenty-four SW X, I f :lb I J Dramatic Club D nf Cor leiaj r- ,',zi..,2.,,f?ZM J G' l VB 'k 55 82,25 ,S 3 .Intramurals 1, Q, g, 4 Typing.-Club 4 ' D' ussj ubj eteria ff 2, 3 Asst, cadWpit 4 Fresbinen Party 4,7 Sorpliomorc Hog! unior Prom Senior P 1 Traffic quad Yearbook Staff 4 G.A.A..'1, 2, 3, 4 Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Opcretta 1, 2, 3, 4 W aseball rdlz r , 4 ng Clu ' .' shi gt lub l ' a era l :If 'J M .cusb o 5 ,nw , I fi, J f ' , l , .1 f' lj 1JJ H J ,f 41' tDrum Corp' 1, 7 Catcterhi 'hjf ff' In Slunrax 1, V, 3 G 'Clu -. f, Dnnmtic b 55 A B v 'Qvm . -x 5' V. 7 a Ac S 2, 1 ce Mala irons Club 5 M' oolx l ir s' ' et lf2 J ' an Pa y S or Pro J ior Prog? Jw 9 40 I I f f .y TWH Track 1, 2, 5, 4 "S" Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Freshmen Party Washington Club U. N. Trip ' All Conference Track Camera Club 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Wasliington Club I V, . - I V.,,V , WILLIABI G. TATTERSALL DONALD TREVENA "XXfilcl Bill" Pawcatuck "Don" Mystic Neither .fileure um' .flrjwerfllftfzry if In be llulviflwr' he gow. ru go jnj .md 6011011 Il 1 .folzgfyij ilu' nzedi. 1 ij Mu lguizl. Glee Club 1, 2. 4 Drum Corps 1. 2 Cafeteria Staff 1. 5 ' Intramurals 1, 2 ' fr W'ashington Club Dramatic Club 2 Office 4 t Home Room Treas. 2 A f 'Yearbook Staff J Sophomore Hop f Operetta 2 A FRANCES VALLIERE ' WWW ff' Vw., JENNIE VENTURINI "Frannie" Pawcatuck "jen" A true friend if fffrezef' .1 hieuzd. A blurb ji hetllllf-fl!! buf Hffell im Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 V , " Captain 4 ' ' Glee Club 1, Z Stud. Coun. 1, 2 N. A. S. C. 1, 2, J Football Ligr. 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2 Hobby Club 2 "S" Club 2, 3, 4 Honor Roll 2 Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop 3 '4 l 241 Yctiybook Sta Honor Roll , ashington ub Drum Corps , 2 Dramatics b 1 Qrlee Club , ff-lobby Club W Mystic fuzz lljelll. Glee Club 1, 2, Freshmen Party Sophomore Hop junior Prom Senior Prom Wfashington Club Clu 4 A-f .- junior Prom, Chm. F h , ,4 JL Washington Club , 0-UT 1 in jf Yearbook Staff 2 W NA 'mile yy' n Dramatic Club 2 ' Cafeteria Staff 3 fx! Bri K junior Barn Dance , js ' Senior Barn Dance kia ,lftfl Senior Prom M1 ' XP .jx Baseball 1 X ,262-f fx Senior Play ' jfrl fy 6 n ALDEN F. VICTORIA LAWRENCE J. WALS Q Jw! ,l fy DM "Goose" Stonington "La La" LlW'CWCk LJ , l ' A grerzl man in any field. Hit wif ir fair life rzlfifzeyfj pf 0 GA f page luwzly-jiz'e L fy , 12 ,ffl 3 4 Freshmen Party Sophomore I-lop Junior Prom Senior Prom Drum Corps 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Discussion Club 5 Intramurals 1, 2, 5 Yearbook Staff Assembly Committee Operettu 1, 2, 5 AMUMQQ L Club. 1 hQQllllrEl'c1ub S omore Hop Senior Prom Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Dramatics 1, 2 Washington Club Cafeteria Staff 1, 2 Student Council 1, 2 Honor Roll 3 Home Room Treas. Washington Club 1 I HKS. 7 7 5' 7 junior Prom W Hobby Club fr Wfashington Club Senior Prom Z , C7 iiil JOAN VVESTCOFIWIS ROBERT WHEWELL ",Ioginie" Pawcrituck "Bob Pawcutuck A. Her' X7UJ7'f zum ru' gfcill ,zur Nye zzwrfd. mm' A Jllzifc will Ibe fern! Jud duet Ifye mail. if 117611 um fm 17111111 in if In bald' the zzzwzzfng uf .1 zwwzg. ' r yi! Af il 1. O f ,x li Af ' flu W1 1- VW Q Hobby Club THOMAS E. WHEWELL Vikashington Club RICHARD WHITE "Tom" Pawcatuck "Rich" North Stonington From bit fifu drop gefzlle zz'fn'd,i. Deep blue eyer ibut are filled zviffa kiIIdl16,fJ' CAROLYN XWORCESTER "Ca1'olx'11" Stonington Sbetf Jr f7ltL1.fi11If nr the mrmziug. page tza'e11i-3'-ri.'c and Iwifzkfe zvfyezz be rnziler. I -BOY Richard LoBuglio ,,A A William Herman .,,.,ii, Louis Marcotte ,.i,..... Carleton Bucklin ...,,,. Clarke Appleton ,,.,.,.i.,. Clarke Appleton ....,,.,.,, Robert Delagrange William Herman ........ Alden Victoria .,,.rrrrr Earl Whitford ,,,..,. Robert Rochette ..,i,rriarr John Bianchi c...r..,r Harold Beal ....,..... John Miner .,.r....i..c.... William Herman . Richard LoBuglio . Clarke Appleton .... Clarke Appleton .... Larry Walsh rccccrr,crcr, William Herman . William Herman . Larry Walsh rri.rrrr. Joseph Dolce r..r.rr,.r Clarke Appleton ........... Larry Walsh ,rrr. Alden Victoria ,,rr,.. Robert Delagrange .......... Donald Trevena ..,.,,,,c,, Clarke Appleton ,..,,,,..,. Thomas Whewell ............, William Herman ......,, GLASS VDTE Ben' Actor M 051' Anzlaifiozzi Clem' Arilit Mort Blzrbfzzl Mon Afblefir Czzferz' Beit Dmzcer Mor! Dlgulfied Bert Dirpofiliozz Mort Sfyllrlv Happierf M051 Czzrlozu Beit Looking M051 C0llI'f60Il.f M 051' zlflwiral Moi! Trzlkatlze Bert P6l'.f0lILZllf"Jl Moy! Popular Beit Sr-Iwo! Sltvlrit Moi! Likely to Szfrreerl Mort Stucllozzi Best Comeelimz M051 Tezrely M051 Refpecfeel Mort Clmrming Alon' Sociezble Clary Flirt Clem Giggler MOI! Verfeztile Quieleil Did Mort for Clays page f1l't?1Il-J'-.YFTEIZ GIRL Patricia Forss Shirley Smith rtrr,,tt Terry Rutledge Kathleen Sullivan June Capalbo S Nancy Fish , Carol Meringolo or tc,., Joyce Patterson Patricia O'Brien Anita Scussel S ttttttt tretrt Y,,,ttttr N a ncy Fish Jacqueline Donahue Joan Kenyon Pearl Anderson Shirley Smith Marie Hagman it ,rt,tt Patricia O'Brien Jacqueline Curley Marie Hagman t Shirley Smith ,.tr , Joyce Patterson . .. Nancy Fish Terry Rutledge Shirley Smith Patricia O'Brien Patricia O'Brien Jane Cyriacks Sally Cone June Capalbo Claire Falck Jacqueline Curley I Llzzw,'l1-41 1 GLASS PRUPHEGY In the library of Professor A. Nonymous, the noted philatelist, we stood around the largest stamp collection ever assembled. We had come especially to see the series of commemorative stamps for the years 1973 to 1985. There was one stamp honoring the doctor who discov- ered the cure for Infantile Paralysis and another celebrat- ing the rediscovery of the lost continent, Atlantis. Pro- fessor Nonymous particularly pointed out the one signi- fying nursing's gift to Humanity. This brought to mind the many members of our graduating class of 1953 from S.H.S. who have made good in this held. Such girls as Marie Hagman, Patricia Forss, Barbara Hawkins, Jackie Rathbun, Joan Westcott, Lois Sylvia, jane Peavey, Flor- ence Cady, Ellen Coogan and Ruth Gray have built for themselves very enviable reputations in this profession. Upon turning the page of the album the first stamp to strike our eyes was the one noting those people who have done much to strengthen our international bonds. Among these were Joan Lema, an American fashion de- signer who made headlines in all French newspapers when she thought of those beautiful designs while work- ing in Dallon's, Frances most famous dress salon, and Emily Gray, a missionary who spent thirteen years in the jungles of the Amazon River in the heart of Brazil. Ter- ry Rutledge, who, after studying many years under the famous Russian artist, Tchenalov, made all of Europe sigh with her great abstract work "Peace" and Shirley Smith, whose knowledge of law and people helped to bring all countries together with her book "Laws of Civ- ilization" are also in this group. Iune Capalbo, jackie Donahue and Rayolyn Eccleston were all very well- known reporters for the Universal News Service for many years. They endeared themselves to everyone's hearts with their joint articles which were famous for their human element. In 1975 a stamp was issued commemorating Alex- ander Graham Bell's invention of the telephone one hundred years before. This brought to mind the girls, Claire Falck and Ralphina Moretti, who became suc- cessful telephone operators. Next to this stamp was the one denoting the advance- ment in the engineering field. Nelson Himes, jack Min- er, Louis Marcotte, Jim Shaw and Earl Whitford were the members from our class who have been successful in this profession. The Science Stamp which was issued in 1976 was the next to catch our eyes. Several of the boys from our class entered this field in some capacity, john Bianchi, Bob Frasier and Dick LoBuglio became chemists, Doug Ray- ner, a doctor, and Bill Herman, a noted physicist. A special set of three stamps caught our attention. They showed the service performed by secretaries in three fields. The first was honoring secretaries in civil service jobs for the government. There were several from the class of '53 who entered this field, some of whom were Josephine Andalora, Gertrude Champion, Nancy Fish, joan Kenyon, Margaret Kelliher, Mary jean Led- with, Carol Meringolo, Helen Noel, Jennie Venturini, Anita Scussel and Frances Valliere. The second of these stamps was a tribute to legal secretaries. Priscilla Morey received a citation for her contribution to this field. The third, denoting hard working business secretaries, re- minded us of the others of our class who entered this profession. They were Lucille Ball, Elizabeth Caswell, Shirley Barber, Shirley Grills, Joanna Gingerella, Ruth Fleming, Rose LaFountain, Geraldine Lawrence, Frances Lombardo, Arlene Moosey, Rita Ravenelle, Helen Plymp- ton, Kathleen Sullivan, Mary Plympton and Rhea Raven- elle. Sally Cone, using William Colprit, Charles Knapp, Dick Fyfe, and Fred Mason as subjects, wrote a poem concerning the "Knights of the Road" which made her internationally famous and which the government thought deserved a stamp noting it. With music one of the favorite forms of entertain- ment of man it seemed only natural that among this col- lection of stamps there should have been a stamp honor- ing music. As a matter of fact there were two, one was in honor of a member of our class, Pearl Anderson, who had been proclaimed The World's Greatest Concert Pi- anistg the other was a tribute to all forms of music from composition to performance. Several members of our class have contributed much to this field. Donna Brooks is now the director of a large music publishing corpora- tion, Marlene Peabody at the present time directs a fa- mous woman's chorus and Donna Chappell, Bradley Barber, Marion Saddow and Paul Steiphaudt all have brought distinction to themselves in this held. As we leafed through the pages our glance fell upon the stamp issued as a tribute to the teaching profession. As we were thinking about our high school days it brought to mind those from our class who had become teachers. Among these were Louise Burdick, jackie Cur- ley, jane Cyriacks, Patsy O'Brien and Geryie Shea. Next to this stamp in the album was one depicting Marian Beal who invented the Ultra-Spectra Camera, the camera which takes pictures through any opaque materi- al. Carleton Bucklin, now chief of the F.B.l,, also has his portrait on one of these stamps for the great service he has performed as a member of this organization. There was also the only 351000 stamp ever issued, dedicated to the World's or rather the Universe's richest woman-'lean Carlsson. Sheer ambition made her the largest stockholder of hundreds of corporations. This really was an unusual stamp collection! We all were wondering what we would see next. What? A stamp symbolizing the progress of the farmer! Tim Main, Bob Farnum and Dick White must have had something to do with this. These farmers were deter- mined to make farm work easier for all concerned. There was also a stamp made especially to give the well deserved credit to the politicians of our country who have done much to further the program of good page tzvefzty-nizze government. Our class also had some members who were and still are active in this field. Mary Avellar and Eu- gene Garbarino both became senators, james Furey was Under-secretary of the Interior and Joyce Patterson has been chairman of the R. P. Party for all these years CRP. -Radical Peoplesj. There was a stamp picturing mechanics. jim Fannon, Bob Rochette, Arland Roode, john Santti, Everett Schramm, Tom Whewell, Don Trevena and Butch Mc- Donough must have felt proud when they first saw that. A new cabinet office was the reason for the stamp com- memorating the first Secretary of Home Economics, Barb- ara Clay. We turned several pages looking at various stamps when our glance fell upon a stamp picturing the different branches of the service. Nancy Arruda, Shirley Panciera, Mary Pont, Harry Limanni and Bob Whewell were among those from our class who could be included in this field. A large imposing red and black stamp stood out from all the rest not only because of its distinctive coloring but because of the group to which it was dedicated, the Housewives of the World. Today many of our class are members of this noble "profession" Anita Coats, Marion Frye, Joyce Geary, Lois Kelliher, Pat Cini, Bev- erly Geyer, Edith Gregory, Claire Booth, Carolyn Worcester, Shirley Mitchell and Leta Sammataro were among these. Pictured on the next stamp were symbols of the dif- ferent sports which brought to our minds the different members of our class who have turned professional in the sports department. Clarke Appleton, Harold Beal, Bob Delagrange and joe Dolce play professional foot- ball and David Coffey, Dennis Saffomilla and Alden Victoria have turned to professional basketball. Bill Tattersall and Charles Cady became the greatest comedy team since Martin and Lewis, in 1952. They reaped success and fame while performing in the "Show House of Satisfaction" which was founded and managed by the team of Larry Walsh, Bill Mansfield and Santo Risica. In the same year that this took place a stamp was issued denoting the great world of showmanship. Thus through the medium of Philately we have re- called the accomplishments of the members of the Class of 1953. fame Cjriackr foyce Pailermiz Uyilliazzzz Herimziz G L A S S 0 D E To N16 Time of Auf W'eidei'Jei12 By Harold Beal and Larry Walsh Dear S.H.S. the day draws near When we must say farewell The hours we've spent in your dear halls Will in our memories dwell. We'll think of you-dream dreams for you Our love for you will never pale With pride for you. we'll work for you Dear S.H.S. farewell! Dear S.H.S. the hour is here Go forth we must, undauntedly The patient hours you've spent with us We'll cherish each eternally. We'll meet again, like this again For never will we truly part What e'r we do, well honor you Dear S.H.S. farewell! page Ibirly GLASS WE, THE CLASS of 1935, of Stonington High School, of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, and the State of Connecticut, being of sound mind, memory, and understanding, hereby make, pub- lish, and declare the following our Last Will and Testa- ment: I, Helen Noel, do leave my conscientious interest in all of my subjects to Nadeen Panciera. We, Ralphina Moretti and Joanna Gingerella, do will our reserved and graceful manner to Cecelia Leone. I, Geraldine Lawrence, do bequeath by petite figure to Maxine Gensburg. We, Frances Lombardo and Shirley Grills, do will our desire to excell in business subjects to Joan McMahon. I, Carol Meringolo, do will my helpfulness and co- operation in the office practice room to Marie Savona. I, Shirley Mitchell, do bequeath my warm-hearted friendliness to Patricia Cartier. I, Margaret Kelliher, do bequeath my sometimes seri- ous, sometimes gay disposition to Mary Anne Schackner. I, Nancy Fish, do leave my cute features and distinc- tive walk to Grace Bonomo. I, Patricia Cini, do will my unusual twirling ability to anyone who will work as I have to develop this in- tricate skill. I, Donna Brooks, do leave my love of Billy May to anyone who shares my love for rhythmic band music. I, Marion Saddow, do leave my good nature and love of living to Joan Orlando. I, Leta Sammataro, do leave my ability to always be in the girls' room to anyone who can get away with it as long as I have. I, Everett Schramm, do leave my ceaseless "chatter" to Edward Evans. We, Claire Booth and Arlene Moosey, do will our sparkling diamonds to absolutely no one. I, Mary Pont, do bequeath to Helen Oliver my nature to always be seen laughing. I, Alden Victoria, do leave to Robert Seigal my great love for basketball and my unusual skill in playing the game. I, William Colprit, do bequeath to Richard Gaynor my blue eyes and blond wavy hair, I, Jacqueline Curley, do leave my position as class treasurer to anyone who can do as capable a job as I have done for the past three years. I, Jane Cyriacks, do leave to no one my interest in the University of Maine. I, Robert Delagrange, do leave to Charles Beal my ability on the dance floor. I, Joseph Dolce, do leave the echo of my guitar still resounding through the halls of S.H.S. I, Rayolyn Eccleston, do leave my quiet, ladylike, and genteel manner to Joanne Coron. I, Robert Farnum, do leave my friendly personality to George Cone. I, Patricia Forss, do leave to Ruth Buzzi the ambition WILL and enthusiasm that bring about success in everything I do. I, Pearl Anderson, do bequeath by lady-like appear- ance and love of classical music to Ernestine Remor. I, Robert Frasier, do will George Foley my ability to get along with everyone, including the teachers to whom I am a special i'joy". I, Marion Frye, do will my front seat in P. D. to any- one who can hold it as tenaciously and persistently as I have. I, Richard Fyfe, do bequeath to Mr. Foley my car full of morning passengers with the hope that they will be well provided for. I, Marion Beal, do leave my interest and skill in pho- tography to Robert Emmet. We, Lucille Ball and Lois Sylvia, do will our love for rollerskating to Shirley Colprit and hope that she will have as much fun as we had. I, Richard LoBuglio, do bequeath to William Rose my fame as a great "Casanova". I, William McDonough do bequeath my "hot rod chevy" with all its gadgets to Jerry Jones. I, Fred Mason, do add my many absence slips to the "small" collection in the office files. I, John Santti, do leave my interest in Westerly High to Deborah Wilkinson. I, Louise Burdick, do will my ability to speak my mind to anyone who can get away with it. I, Marie Hagman, do leave to no one my vast collec- tion of horse statues, because I want them all for myself. I, Elizabeth Caswell, do will my glossy black curls and my unassuming manner to Anna Rose Roderick. I, Emily Gray, do bequeath to Carol Holland my knack of fluttering my eyelashes and getting people to do what I want them to do. I, Edith Gregory, do leave my much envied "bandbox" look to Nancy Lamb. I, Ruth Gray, do leave the fine example which I have set in S.H.S. for serious application to my studies. I, Barbara Hawkins, do leave my claim to the title "All American Sports Girl" to Janet Schiller, and to abso- lutely no one my persistent interest in a certain Junior. I, Charles Knapp, do leave my happy-go-lucky carefree ways and my very private philosophy, "Here today and gone tomorrow" to Kenneth Rochette. I, Joan Lema, do will my big brown eyes to Patricia Christina. I, Harry Limmani, do leave my utter disregard for "women" in general to Clark Barnes. I, Clarke Appleton, do leave to Franklin Sylvia my versatility in sports and my popularity among my class- mates. I, Harold Beal, do will my personal charm fwhich at- tracts the girlsj to David Cini, I, John Bianchi, do leave my insatiable curiosity to Maureen Schackner, I, June Capalbo, do leave my shiny gray Oldsmobile as page fbi7'fJ"01IE as an example of the kind of transportation that should be provided for all S.H.S. students. I, William Herman, do place my "surplus" talent, energy, and ability in a trust fund to be divided among equally deserving Juniors. I, Gertrude Champion, do will my position as the number one stenographer at S.H.S. to Dovie Grahame. I, Ellen Coogan, do wish I could leave to everyone the chance to go to Florida for a winter vacation as I did. I, Priscilla Morey, do keep absolutely to myself my many Dartmouth souvenirs and so very pleasant memo- ries. I, Patricia O'Brien, do leave not only my pleasing per- sonality, but my title as S.S.S., "Sweet, Smart, and Smooth," to Lois Kain. I, Geraldine Shea, do bequeath to Constance Culver my cunning smile and my claim to the title "The Blond Bombshell." I, Lawrence Walsh, do leave to Vernon Gibson my many duties as football manager with the hope that they will be performed as faithfully as they have been per- formed by me. We, James Furey and Thomas Whewell, do leave to Delbert Tillinghast and John Allen our ability to enter- tain the office practice class and our special place in Mrs. Stewart's heart. I, Carolyn Worcester, do leave to Gail Burdick my co- operative spirit and will to succeed in everything I un- dertake. I, Richard White, do will to Jeff Brown my interest in farming but to no one my interest in Westerly High. I, Shirley Smith, do bequeath to no one my treas- versatility, friendly personality, and endless enthusiasm in all I attempt, I, Jacqueline Rathbun, do bequeath to no one my treas- ured letters from someone very special overseas. I, Douglas Rayner, do bequeath to Joseph Cravinho my nice but "full-of-fun" ways. I, Louis Marcotte, do leave to Neal Squadrito not only my studious and intellectual disposition, but also my suc- cess on the S.H.S. gridiron. We, Robert Rochette, Charles Cady, and James Fan- non, do leave our ability to juggle the figures and to come out with the right answer, no matter what compli- cations might set in during a Chemistry experiment, to anyone who can get away with it as long as we have. I, Anita Coats, do bequeath my shining auburn tresses to Joanne Delagrange. I, Barbara Clay, do will to Barbara Pond my easy go- ing sociability. I, Jean Carlsson, do leave my ability to learn things without studying to any underclassman who does not like to carry books. I, Marlene Peabody, do bequeath to Suzanne Donch my position as Mr. Nania's right hand girl, and my will- ing and helpful spirit to Violet Hazard. I, Shirley Panciera, do leave to Patricia Tanner my sweet melodious voice. I, Jennie Venturini, do leave to Mary Lou Foley my beautiful blush and friendly nature. I, Rose LaFountain, do leave a few of my charming freckles to Eleanor O'Brien. I, Kathleen Sullivan, do leave my shy and quiet man- ner to Betty Kiddy. I, Josephine Andalora, do bequeath my quiet friendli- ness to Marilyn Strickland. I, Sally Cone, do leave my laughter to anyone who can laugh as much as I do. I, Lois Kelliher, do will my sunny disposition and bubbling enthusiasm to Agnes Kessler. I, Nancy Arruda, do leave my pleasant friendly ways to Janet Marcotte. I, Joyce Geary, do bequeath to Carol Clay my charm- ing manner. I, Beverly Geyer. do leave to Rita Banks my love for square dancing. I, Joan Kenyon, do bestow my title as Junior Prom Queen on the prettiest girl in the Junior Class. We, Helen and Mary Plympton, do bequeath our "rosy cheeks" and ever ready smiles to Jane Stewart and Edwina Shea. We, Rhea and Rita Ravenelle, do will our close companionship and our intense loyalty to each other to Ronald and Russell Brown. I, Donald Trevena, do leave my interest in motor boats to Fred Peirson. I, Jack Miner, do leave to George Kent my exceptional ability to excell in everything I attempt to do. I, Earl Whitford, do will to Fred Pampel the high es- teem in which I am held by all of my classmates. I, William Mansfield, do will to David Fontanella my unique charm which makes everyone like me. I, Donna Chappell, do bequeath to Maryann Risica my theme song, "Five foot two, eyes of blue-Oh what those live feet can do." I, Claire Falck, do leave my "peaches and cream" com- plexion to Susan O'Neil. I, Joan Westcott, do leave to Barbara Hess my tall and blond good looks. I, Jane Peavey, do leave to Evelyn Masofsky my stylish wardrobe including my beloved dirty white bucks. I, Anita Scussel, do will my "fresh as a daisy' look to Betty Sidebottom. I, Paul Stiephaudt, do bequeath to Ernest Lopes my favorite fishing pole with the wish that he can catch as many "Big Ones" as I have. I, Terry Rutledge, do leave to Lester Culver my artistic ability with the hope that he will be able to produce as many posters for S.H.S. activities as I have. We, James Shaw and William Tattersall, do will our hunting experiences to anyone who can be shot at as we have and still live to tell the tale. I, Eugene Garbarino, do leave to Mary Lou Coffey my ability to know everything that is going on. I, Shirley Barber, do will to Jane McKnight my dim- pled smile. I, Ruth Fleming, do leave my good sportsmanship and friendliness to Ann McKenzie. I, Timothy Main, do leave to Douglas Maine all the hard work I have done backstage during S.H.S. produc- ,inzge zbirlj'-Izro tions. I, Joyce Patterson, do bequeath to james Armstrong my skill in mathematics. I, Mary Theresa Avellar, do will my earnestness and industrious nature to Theresa Sylvia. I, Santo Risica, do leave my ability to conjure up fan- tastic current events to anyone who can develop as good an imagination as mine. I, Nelson I-limes, do bequeath to Ronald Gibson my nice quiet ways and my smile that has won me a host of friends. I, Carleton Bucklin, do will my beautiful but often inconvenient blush to Kenneth Brown. I, Bradley Barber, do leave to Edward Randall my "heap" trumpet. I, Robert Wfhewell, do leave my hard work on Prom Committees to any underclassman who is willing, ready and able. I, Arlancl Roocle, do bequeath my ambling gait and country drawl to Clark Barnes. I, Florence Cady, do leave my love of caring and being near children to anyone who shares my interest. I. David Coffey, do leave my lease to be able to eat pie and ice cream in P.D. class to anyone who can get away with it. I, Dennis Saffomilla, do not leave my interest in a certain junior girl to anyoneg instead, I'll take it with me. I, Frances Valliere, do will my preference to be seen and not heard to Alice Ball. I, jean Ledwith, do leave my ability to be friendly to to everyone to Eileen Shea. Signed. ieazlezf, pffbljwezf, and a'er'fa1'erz' fbfi ar and for tba Lim IV!!! and Temzzzfezzf, by ffm Clrziir of 1953, Sfozziflgmzz Higb School, 211 lbe lD1'e.fem'e of in and each of my who af their reqzrerf rind in lfaeir preielzce, 211 fbe lI7re.ve11re of erzrb offaer lmre lvereznzm .fzrlyrcribed our mmler ni' ll'.ffII9.H'E.l. IEAN CARLSSON PATRICIA FORSS BARBARA HAIWKINS ANITA SCUSSEL page thirty-three NJ GLASS HISTORY On a crisp September morn in the early fall of 19-l9, we, as Freshmen timidly faced the doors of S.H.S. on the summit of Mayflower Avenue. Our worst fears were over as we saw the friendly smiles of our upperclassmen ready to welcome us. After becoming acquainted with room numbers, sched- ule cards and teachers, we elected our class ollicers with the help of Mr. William Petty. We were guided through this turbulent year by Clarke Appleton, presidentg vice president, Nancy Fish, secretary, Jacqueline Curley, treasurer, Patricia O'Brien. They brought us through our Freshman Party and Talent Show. As Sophomores we again elected Clarke Appleton, president, William Herman, vice president. Lawrence Walsh and Jacqueline Curley were elected secretary and treasurer respectively. At the start of the year Geraldine Shea was chosen drum majorette and Patricia O'Brien as her assistant. This year was the first time we were able to compete in the Competitive Plays under the direction of Miss Jean Barnes. "So Wonderful in White" was a huge success and we had lots of fun doing it, although we did not win a prize. "March coming in like a lion and going out like a lamb" was the theme for our Sophomore Hop. Although social events seem to be important, at this time the girls of the class were more interested in the selection of the seven cheerleaders. They set a record due to the fact that there were more girls competing than ever before. Nancy Fish, Lois Kelliher, Helen Noel, Anita Scussel, Louise Burdick and Barbara Hawkins were chosen with June Capalbo as their captain. Our Junior year brought us two new students from Westerly High School. William Mansfield and Marion Saddow did not take long to become acquainted with us and to help us elect our ofhcers. Clarke Appleton was elected president for the third year with Earl Whitford, vice president, Anita Scussel, secretary, Jacqueline Cur- ley, treasurer. This year we had better luck with our competitive play "Nobody Sleeps." The students were very sur- prised and happy when we won first prize. The members of the cast were: Richard LoBuglio, Patricia Forss, Shir- ley Smith, Pearl Anderson and Marie Hagman. Most of us, not having traveled before, were ready and waiting for our U. N. Trip which was to come about in February. Mr. Foley was our adviser and he certainly had much to contend with even before making the trip. A Barn Dance was given to raise money for our gala Junior Prom and it was a huge success. The Queen's Court was soon chosen and no one knew Joan Kenyon was to be Queen of "Lure of the Woodland." Surround- ing Joan's throne were Patricia O'Brien, Geraldine Shea, Priscilla Morey, Nancy Fish, June Capalbo, Jacqueline Curley, Joyce Geary, and Jane Peavey, her attendants. Seniors at last! For three years we had waited to rule the school, The honor of directing us, for the last time, was given to Earl Whitford, He was assisted by Jack Miner, vice president Anita Scussel, secretary, Jacque- line Curley, treasureer. Now we were well represented on our school paper. William Herman, editor-in-chief, was ably assisted by Jane Cyriacks. Patricia Forss was to take care of the busi- ness end while Edith Gregory was to see that everyone received his paper. Many of the exciting sport events were written by Barbara Hawkins, Sports Editor. Our social finale was the Senior Prom, "Over the Rainbow." Many of us danced to sweet music and memories of the past. We were well represented in the dramatic play, "The Heiress," which was directed by Mrs. William Cullinane. Those who portrayed their talents were William Herman, Shirley Smith, Joyce Patterson, Pearl Anderson, John Bianchi, and Lawrence Walsh. Through many cake sales, paper drives and dances our Washington Club was organized. The day finally ar- rived and as we were ready to board the train every- one knew that a wonderful and exciting trip was ahead of us. After visiting the historical points of our na- tion's capital we returned home with half shut eyes and tired feet. The trip was made possible under the untiring efforts of Mr. Foley. As June approached we realized we were to leave our greatly loved Alma Mater to face the unpredictable future. Many of our experiences we would like to relive, but the memories of them will always be cherished. Sally C0116 Edifb fl. Gregory Priiciflfz flflorey page rbirfy-f1'e GL SS 0F l954 Pfwdmf . FRED PAMPEL ne Pfemzduzf RONALD WALTER . RUTH BUZZI RITA RODERMQK G99 CLASS 0F l955 P1-wjffwzf . , THOMAS BANKS Vile Pfwidwzf . . NEIL SQUADRITO Semfnzrq . . . GAIL BROWN Tremffm- . . DOROTHEA M12Rc u2R fuge lbiffqy-,vez an GLASS 0F l956 P1'e.fia'e11f . 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Banker, X ' 1 S K i " K md 'H m' 'HUC SEVENTH ROXW-Mariorie Newton, Frances Tanner, Elizaheth Barnes, Ellen XX'hitfiird, , , Nadcen Panciera, .lane Richmund, Janet Schiller, Bette Sidebottom, 'Iuanne Sutclifle, Gail Ulldef lllf' Cl1fCCUOIl Of lVlI'. JOS6Pll Nzlllld FIRST ROW-left to right-Joyce Patterson, I.ois Sylvia, Patt Forss, Edith Gregory, Jane Cyriacks, Williaiwi Herman, Barhara Hawkins, Patricia Van Pelt, Annette Mailhot, Jane Maclinight, Lester Culver. SECOND ROWfMrs. Cronin, Ann McKenzie, Mariorie Lord, Jacqueline Rathbun, Priscilla Morey, Jane Peavey, John West- cott, Rayolyn Eccleston, Jacqueline Curley, Gayla Savage, Mary Lou Foley. THIRD ROW-Gretchen Miller, Theresa Sylvia, Maxine Gens- hurg, Suzanne Donrh, Marjorie Darling, Agnes Kessler, Beyer- ly Kasper, Elizabeth Barnes, Joan Wheeler, Marilyn Yerrington, Lois Kain, Joanne Coron. FOURTH ROW-Grace Bonomo, Ann Marie Pescatello, Su- san O'Neil, Maureen Schaclcner, Rose Marie Sammataro. Nancy Ball, Ann Coogan, Mary Ann Schackner, Sally Karjala, Shirley Smith, Rita Banks. FIFTH ROW-Walter Brown, Douglas Gray, John Bianchi, Robert Mitchell, Fred Peirson. BRUWN AND WHITE STAFF Editor'-in-Clvief . . Arrirmnf Edilor . . Junior Ai'5i,m11z1' Editor Bzzyizzeff Ailtzzztzgez' . . Jzmior Buyiuerr 1IILzm1ge1' Cirrzzlafiofz ll"IcIlItlg6'I' . Sjwrfj Editor . . junior Sjvorfs Ealifor . Ariiff . . . Fucuffy Adziref' . William Herman . Jane Cyriacks . Annette Mailhot . Patricia Forss Linea Carlsson . Edith Gregory Barbara Hawkins . Patricia Van Pelt . . Lester Culver Mrs. Michael E. Cronin ORCHESTRA FIRST ROWfleft to right-Jean Duerr, Bradley Barher, Ed- ward Randall, Alhert Hoelcli. SECOND ROWgJane Cyriacks, Paul Stiephaudt, Alden Main, Joseph Ahhot, Joyce Patterson. THIRD ROXVw-Barbara Clay, Shirley Smith, Mary Ann Bian- chi, Beverly Paneiera, Wlilliam Herman, Paul I-Iill. l l l fmyqe forly-lim Z FIRST ROW'-left til right-H.irh.ir.1 Hdwkins, Luis Ksllihcr, Helen Nucl. Anita Scusscl, -lun: Caprilhw, Nancy Fish, Lwuisq Burdick, Ruth Buzzi. SECOND ROW'--lcssic Spivey, Lwuis Miircuttc, Frarl Whitflird, Rubcrt Dclrigrangc, Drivicl CUHcy. I-I.imld Beal, Alden Victoria, David Gatcly, Ronald XX'.1lter. Murine Gcnshurg. THIRD ROW"-Luis Hain. Clirlcc Applctwn, Rwhcrt Keane. Q I i Lrirry XXf.ilsh, Xxflllhllll 'l'.irturs.ill. XX'illi.nn Burk, Richard Lu- Iiuglu-, ,lwscph Divlic. Fmnklin Sylvi.i, -lwrinnc Sutcliffe. FOI'R'l'H ROW"---l.inct Suhillcr, -lwhn Cunni.1n, Gcwrgf: Fulcy, Eduard -lg-ssim.in, Nelson Himcs, Ij.irry Miirtan, Neal Squridritu, Robert Sigufil, -lwsuph Prcvity, Rribcrt limwning, Pritriria V.1n Pclt. "S" CLUB P1'wjr2'e11l .... Vive P1'e,f2de12f . . . Clarke Appleton . Ald6n Victoria Sc'L'1'6fu7'.1 . . Larry Wiilsh Y-I'Ed.lZl7'61' . . . . Lois Kelliher lizrzzffui Adzrfeiif . . Mr. Douville. Mr. Carlin, Mr. Fabricant, Miss Thavenet Drchesira, 0on1'd FIRST ROW'-Left Uv right-Robert Barnes, Nancy Ball. THIRD ROVUv'lw.in XX'l1cclcr, Frncstinc Remur, Shirley I5r.im.l- SECOND ROW'-Gewrge Kent, Charles Dias. Susan Ruse. lex. lurlith I-limi-s, Rirhrard H.1rl.ind. fh1.Q6 f1n'Ij'-ff71'6r' FIRST ROW Capalho, Dou liam Herman. Q, -left tu right-.lack Miner, 'lane Peavey, ,Tune eriek, Beverly Kasper, Gerry Reynolds, Ronnie Brown. Mr 'las Raynor, Russell Brown, Marie Hagman, Wil- Coogan, Neal Squarlrito, William Edgar, -lane Maclinight. Mar- 1 F' iorie Lord, blames Stewart. SECOND ROW-Rrisenwiirie Sammataro, Ruth Buzzi, Rita Rod- STUDENT COUNCIL Pre.rif1'e11f . . Douglas Rayner Vive Prerirlezzf . Russell Brown S6L'1'6fzl1'-'V . june Capalbo Iizrzzlfy flI?ll'f56l' . . Mr. Coogan HUNUR SUGIETY P1'e5Za1'e11f . William Herman Vitae Pzwizfezzf Joyce Patterson Sf3t'l'C'fzZl',l' . . Jean Carlsson Tl'3zI.lZl7'6l' . . . . Shirley Smith flc7'z'i.i'e1' . Miss Evelyn L. Murdock FIRST ROXW-left to right---luhn Miner, Linea Carlsson, -lane Lotte, Ernestine Rumor, -Ioan Bicl-ctord, -loanne Suttlitle, ,Ioan Cyriacks, Shirley Smith, -luyce Patterson, 'lean Carlsson, Ruth Orlando, Louis lXi,1rtotte. Gray, john Bianchi, THIRD ROXX'-Ronald XY'alter, blames Armstrong, W'illi.1m SECOND RQW-Rohert Rochette, Suzanne Donth, .lariet Mar- Herman, David Gately. fu-Qt' 1liffr'!Y3-fulfi- 59' FIRST ROW'-left to right--Ioanne Coron. SECOND ROW'-Geraldine Shea, Patricia Cini, Beverly Santos, 'lacqueline Donahue, Shirley Smith, -lane INIacKnight, Carolyn Burdick, Helen McKenna, Louise Vars, Carole Platt, -Ioan Ken- yon, Patricia O'Brien. THIRD ROW'-Brenda Riley, Catherine Lenihan, wlanet Mar- cotte, Madeline Brewer, Mary Anne Schackner, Grace Bononio, Frances Brown, Gail Steele. ,losephine Gandolfi. DRAMATI FIRST ROXW-left to right-lNIarie Hayman, Lois Sylvia, Shir- ley Grills, Elizabeth Caswell, joan Vifestcott, .lane Peavey, -lac- queline Curley, Anita Coats, Barbara Hawkins, Carol Meringolo. SECOND ROXV-Marjorie Lord, Frances Spinnato, Eileen Shea, Mary Lidestri, Patricia Christina, Patricia Tanner, 'lane Cyriacks, Shirley Smith, Edith Gregory. Priscilla Morey. THIRD ROVUv,loanne Corori, Maxine Genshurg, Joanne Sut- cliffe, Bette Siclebottom, Marilyn Stebbings, Constance Culver, K QBC ., ffk i7"'1 FOURTH ROXVfHarriet Mitchell, Mary Ann Bianchi, Marion Tillinghawt, Marlorie Newton, -lanet Greene, ,loan Rafuse, Bar- hara Burdick, Barhara jones, Eleanor OBrien. FIFTH ROXVYTlieln1a Larkin, -Iosephine Perrone, Mary Lou CoHey, Susan Dc-Moura, Eileen Fidtles, ,loyce Rathhun, Barbara Kenyon, Sandra Ritchie, Marlorie Darling. -loan McMahon, Marie Haggman. GDRPS GS CLUB Pearl Anderson, Joyce Patterson, Douglas Gray, Willitini Rob- inson, FOURTH ROW--ltilun Bianchi, Willigani Herman, Richard LoBuglio, joseph Previty, George Foley, Lester Culver, Clarke Barnes, George Kent, Kenneth Rochette. FIFTH ROW!---loseph Dolce, Clarke Appleton, Lawrence Wfalsh. if page ferry fI1'6 Left to right-Anita Scussel, Lois Kelliher, Helen Noel, june Capalho, Barhara Hawkins, Louise Burdick, Nancy Fish. SENIOR CHEERLEADERS Senior Captfmz june Capalbo Farzllty Acfzifef' Miss Thavenet T R A F F I G S Q U I D Ffzrzzlfy Aa'z'j5er ..... Miss Murdock FIRST ROW-riglit to left-Mildred Barber, Pearl Anderson, Priscilla Morey, Mary Lidestri, janet Marcotte, -Ioanne Coron, Theresa Madiera, Ann Bruno, Anita Coats, Lucy Avery, Donna Chappell. SECOND ROW-Ernestine Remor, Lillian Miner, Joanne Sut- clifTe, janet Schiller, Patricia Van Pelt, Maxine Genshurg, Rita Roderick, june Capalho, THIRD ROXV-Elizabeth Sidebottom, Elizabeth Kiddy, Mary .lean Ledwith, Anne Lanphere, Lois Kain, Mary Christina, Ruth Gray, Nancy Arruda, Deborah Wfill-zinson. FOURTH ROW-Ltmis Sylvia, Patricia Scheller. -lane Cyriaeks, Emily Gray, Annette Mailhot, Linea Carlsson, Suzanne Donch, ,lane Richmond, Nancy Ball, Ellen Coogan. Nancy Thomason. W' S .W iw' 2 - WAY. page .fwfr-,ii.x' 9? W 1 S ff Y Q ff, . 1-rfhwffl ,I QW , if X, l Left to right-Lois Kain, Maxine Genshurg, -loanne Sutcliffe, Ruth Buzzi, Patricia Van Pelt, janet Schiller, Jessie Spivey. JUNIOR OHEERLEADERS 1IllIj0I'CdZ7fLI1:ll . Frzczzff-1 fla'1'i,rer . Ruth Buzzi Miss Thavenet BIOLOGY OLUB FIRST ROW-left to right--lanet Lawrence, Ernestine Remor, Patricia Cartier, bfildred Barber, Dorothea Mercier, Irene Shultz, Marianne Risica, Rosemarie Sammataro, Darwina Peduzzi, Na- deen Panciera, janet Marcotte, Josephine Anclalora, .loanne Gin- gerella, Patricia Van Pelt, Jacqueline Donahue, Priscilla Morey, Anita Scussel, Helen Noel, SECOND ROW'-Ruth Foley, Ellen Whitfiiid, Carol Clay. Beverly Ostman, Annette Mailhot, Aloyce Patterson, Suzanne Donchi, Evelyn Robinson, Linea Carlsson, Lois Kain, ,lean Carlsscin, Sandra Ritchie, .lane Vars. Anne Foley, Nancy Lamb, Theresa Sylvia, Carol Holland, Lois Kelliher. Nancy Fish, Mar- garef Kelliher. THIRD ROW"-Mr. Coogan, Ruth Buzzi, Nancy Moniz, Sandra Sprague, Barbara Siller, Betty Kiddy, Bonnie Orlando, Carol Platt, Ann McKenzie, Yloyce Geary, Claire Booth, Rhea Raven- ellc, Irene Noel, Nancy Armstrong, Nancy Ball, Rita Ravenelle, Diane Souza, Mariorie Lord, Roseanne LaVanti, Terry Rutledge, Ann Lanphere, Debbie Wfilkinson, Renay Wfoodrow, -lessie Spivey, Mary Ann Bianchi, Lorraine Pia, Louise Burdick, Ray- olyn Eccleston, Anita Coats, Edith Gregory. FOURTH ROWfWilli.iii1 Thiheault, Ronald Wfhewell, Wil- liam Maserve, Rohert Garharino, Gerry Reynolds, ,lohn ylessi- men, David Truss, Richard Dyer, Fred Davis, -lohn Carocari, john Bianchi, Richard l.oBuglio, -lack Miner, Everett Schramni, Russell Brown, Edwin Randall, Richard Algiere, Ronald Brown, David Smith, Harry Wfhite, George Foley, Ronald Wforcester, ,loseph Hilly, Douglas Main, Douglas Gray, Vincent Faillace. L4 Afhlgt fnrliy- ft ren FIRST ROW-left' to right-Bill Thibeault, Lorraine Pia, June Capalbo, Rose LaFountain, Gayla Savage, Ann Marie Pescatel- lo, Patricia Forss, Priscilla Morey, Edith Gregory, jane Mac- Knight. SECOND ROW-Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Platt, Eileen Shea, Grace Bonomo, Frances Sposato, Patricia Christina, Nancy, Arruda, Mary Lidestri, Mary Ann Bianchi, Geraldine Shea, Mrs. Wlieel- CAFETERIA er, Mrs. Lawrence. THIRD ROW-jean Ledwith, Patricia O'Brien, jane Cyriacks, Marie Hagrnan, Maureen Schackner, Lois Sylvia, Ellen Coogan, Jacqueline Donahue, jane Peavey. FOURTH ROW-Ellen Whitford, Linea Carlsson, Ronnie Roberts, Louis Marcotte, Frederick Pampel, George Cone, james Victoria, George Kent, Suzanne Donch, Annette Mailhot. Head of Cafetemz , .... Mrs. Miller Arrisfmzl . . . Mrs. Platt and Mrs. Lawrence Kifrhefz Boyr . Ronald Roberts, Fred Pampel, George Cone, James Victoria, George Kent Faczzfty flL2Il"j.l'6I' ..... Mrs. Wheeler Ff1czz!1yAdz'ire1' . . Miss Murdock FIRST ROW-left to right-Mr. Bunker, Priscilla Powers, Catherine Lenihan, Robert Barnes, Milton Brown, Mary Lou Foley, Arnold Lema, Pat Lord, Mr. Carlin. SECOND ROWff-Carol Walsh, Marion Tillinghast, .Ioan Mc- Mahon, Emery Bassett, aloe Quattromani, Jack Bower, Bob Schackner, Tommy Kiddy, Eleanor O'Brien, Susan DeMaura, Mary Keegan. SCIENCE CLUB THIRD RONW-Douglas Maine, Henry Miner, Bill Pray, joseph joseph, Victor Rebello, Steve Godomsky. John Macioni. Richard Maine, Alden Maine, Charles Rafuse. FOURTH ROW!-Ralph Ballato, Alfred Grills, Dennis Keegan, David Marchand, Richard Harland, Pete Balestracci, james Hig- gins, NX'alter Savage, Bernard Andrews. " ' fhzge fffrlj-tigfvf N FIRST ROW-left to right-Lois Sylvia, Barhara Hawkins, jac- queline Donahue, Patricia OBrien, Geraldine Lawrence, Rose LaFountain. SECOND ROW'-INIary Pont, Shirley Mitchell, Nancy Arruda, Leta Sammataro, Claire Booth, Claire Falck, Donna Chappell. THIRD ROW-jidsephine Andalora, Shirley Grills, Ruth Flem- ing, Lucille Ball, Arlene Moosey, Patricia Cini, Gertrude Cham- pion, Marion Saddow, Margaret Kelliher, Beverly Geyer, Donna Broolca. CFFICE PRACTICE GIRLS Fizcuffj' Aa'z'iJer CHESS FIRST ROW-left to right-Mr, Fahricant, Gail Steele, Thel- ma Larkin, IwIaryanne Gingerella, Maryorie Newton, Elizabeth Kenyon, Sally jones, Dorothy Rohinpon, Beverly Santos, Faith Keegan. SECOND ROXW-Brenda Riley, Roland XXfiuu.lriM', Edward . Mrs. Stewart CLUB Moniz, Ross Aiello, Paul Hill, Hector Choquette, Roland Gih- son, Barhara Costa, THIRD RONW-Coddinligton Billings, Nuno Rc-ndeiro, Willirini Clay, -Iohn Croquette, David Gately, Edwin tlessiman, Wgiyne Lawrente, Carl plohmon, Rohert McDonough. fvtrgf' Vliflflil-lljlli. U a 1 f .E U V7 MW l 1' , '1 f ff f ' A ,a " ' MQ. ,Maja ""f"M1., if ' ' . ,A ,I - if -. f Q 7 FIRST RONXfflett to right-Stanley Bennett, Anthony Moosey, SECOND ROXV-Rohert Rochette. Alames Fannnn, Josephine Robert Emmett, 'Iohn Allen, Wendell Ross, Ir. Perrone, 'loan Rafuse, Fred Vffatson, Edv-ard ylessiman. Fclfllffll' Adziisei' . . Miss Evelyn I. Murdock DISCUSSION CLUB Fafzzflvy fldlffkl' . . FIRST ROW-left to right-Shirley Colprit, Dawn Vngan, Audrey Wilkinson, Frances Spinnato, Patricia Tanner, Mary Lidestri, Patricia Christina, Eileen Shea, Mildred Richard, As- sunta Caputo, Gail Brown, Mariorie Lord, Agnes Kessler, SECOND ROW-jrisephine Gandolh, 'loycelyn Alhro, Frances Tanner, Alice Ball, Marilyn Stehhings, Susan DeMoura, Eleanor O'Brien, Gretchen Miller, Mary Ann Mello, Caroline Roux, Gladys Miner, THIRD ROW-Marltirie Balestracti, Catherine Lenihan, De- anna Tatro, -Iune INIartell, Bernadette Sullivan, Mary Ann Gin- . , Miss Mary Nania gerella, Ruth Foley, Mary Lou Foley, Maureen Steele. Patricia Brown, Frances Finnegan, 'Ioan McMahon. FOURTH ROXV-Elizabeth Madiera, Beverly Santos. Virginia Gavitt, Marion Frasier, Elace Dart, Beverly Kasper, Cecelia Le- one, janet Greene, Kathleen Ahhott, Nancy Armstrong. Eliz- .iheth Caswell, Claire Booth. FIFTH RONW-Maryanne Schackner, Carole Platt, Barbara Kenyon, Sandra Ritchie, Constance Culver, Edwina Shea, -lane Stewart, Nancy DeMoura, Sally Kariala, Mary Keegan, Patricia Lord, Elaine Howard, Alice Burdick. I juzgi fi lfji tum, nUw-r4Cfg ro right-lx.ithlec-n 5ullix.in, lXl.irv Plxmpf.-n, C.l.iire Booth, .lolm XX'cAst- Forss, Edith Gregory, Shirley Smith, ,lane Cyriaclcs, Joyce Patterson, Rose LnFount4iin, COM. ,lane Pe.ix'ey, Jacqueline Curley, R.ixoIy 1 Ecclc-sion, Anim Colts, Helen Plympton, l.ois Nancy Arruda, Barbara Clay, Shirley Panciem, Elizdbeth Caswell, Cvemldine Ldwrence, Sylvia, Prisclli Mor y, Gcixildinc Sheri l'.1trnt11 U liiicn, -lime Clipdlho, Aniti Scussel, .lean Ledwith, Shirley Grills, Donna Brooks, lwfarlene Peabody. Nancy Fish, I. vis Kellii i, Hclcn N rel, lmiis liiirilick, li.irh.ir.i Hdxxkins, C.irol Merin- FOURTH ROW-Charles Knapp, Carleton Bucklin, Rosario Limanni, Eugene Curbarino, HOlU.,lUa1r1 Lfllhl. Douglas Rayner, Robert Wfhewell, Wfilliani Herm.in, -Iohn Miner, Wfilliam Mansfield, SECOND ROW'-Rwhrff Fl'-NCI! ,lclllics linrei, Rlllll UFO. Florence Cady, Emily Grey, L.1wrence Wulsli, Charles Cady, Paul Steiphuudt, Thom.is Wfhewell, Richard Loljuglio, Josephine' Andolom, Sally Cone, lXI.1ri.in licnil, Mdrion S.ii.lcli w, R.1lpl1inn Moretti, Frances W'illig1m Tattersall, 'lam-:s Shaw, Robert Delaigriinge. Lombardo, Carol Vlforcester, Pcuirl Anderson, Cl.iirc- liilclx, lieu-rly Geyer, Gi w.inn.i Ven- FIFTH ROW-Earl Whitfiird, Richard Wfhite, Timothy Main. Vifilliam McDonough, Fred turini, Pr1trici.i Cini, Mary Tlieres.: Ax ell.ii, Shirley l'5.irhcr, lXl.irion Frye. Mdson, lohn Sdntii, Robert Farnum, Robert Rochette, Vlohn Bianchi, wlr., Nelson I-limes, THIRD ROVU4-loseph Dolce, Cl.irl-tc Appleton, H.iri-ld lie.il, Louis Mucotte, P.itrici.i Hmdley iljdrber, .Limes Funnon, Dennis Saffomilla, LJ 1 J jwge flfly-0116 CLUB ASHINGTUN :N LE O l-T-4 fu CJD L4 O cu U E N E.: 51 HE T l BASKETBALL BASEBALL J A A Alden Victoria GIRLS BASlxETBALL Patricia O'Brien FOOTBALL Clake Appleton Robert Delagrarige iw-if Jiffy A Wal Earl Whitford TRACK Willia -fZl'0 ONWGI. m Tattersall 04 A 5 XKQN l N G T05 lv x all David Gafely 7 FIRST ROW'-left to right-Franklin Sylvia, Russell Brown, Neal Squadrito, Robert Seigal, David Cohfey. SECOND ROVU-Daxid Gately, Ronald Brown, Kenneth Buck, BASKETBALL This year's basketball team is green and has many signs of ability to play good basketball in the next two years, The basketball team seemed headed for New Haven this year when team Captain Alden Victoria took sick and that seemed to slowdown Coach Fabricant and Coach Bunkers players. FIRST ROW'--left to right--Iohn Cunnian, Barry Morton, Da- vid Coffey. Earl XY'hitford. XY'illiam Buck. Franklin Sylvia. SECOND ROW'-Edward Evans, Kenneth Brown, Ronald Barry Morton, Frank jeffrey, Coach Fabricant. THIRD ROXV-Wfilliam Buck, Vernon Gibson, Richard Al- giere, Dennis Salfomilla, john Cunnian, Charles Holdredge. BASEBALL This year's baseball team is expecting a Very successful season, Earl QCurleyj Wliitford, this years captain, is confident as is Coach Fabricant that their team will win the Eastern Connecticut Conference. The members of the Baseball team are all veterans of two seasons together and have a very good chance at the Eastern Connecticut Conference title. Wforcester, Ronald Wfalter, Neal Squadrito, Robert Browning, Coach Eahricant. THIRD ROXW-Robert Barbarino, Richard Holly, George Dyer, Lester Culver, ,Iohn Allen, Frank Ylelirrey. fllyfa flflri -M711 L 4 --Q., f 'Q X e 2 7 2 ,,,-Aw , .. .,., f X h .X x .H - X ":-'L-fy 'N wx-,.N j. ,xf . fl f - V y 4. ,..-. ' ,..x -,l ,Y M gx X 5 x ,,. f"M,4-Pi' - , '. "Hr .N-.1 FIRST ROV'-left to right-Coach Carlin, Robert Frasier, Robert Delagrange, David Coffey, David Gately, Williani Tat- tersall. Edwin vlessirnan, joseph Previty, Nelson Himes. SECOND ROV"-Patrick Algiere, james Higgins, joseph Buck, TRACK This years track team under the leadership of Co-Cap tains Bill Tattersall and Dave Gately and Coach Carlin are out to win the Eastern Connecticut Conference which they missed by one point last year. The track team has the runners, the jumpers, and the throwers for a very successful season this year and the boys are very confi- dent they will have a terrific season. FIRST ROW-left to right-Marie Hagman, Rayolyn Eccleston, Shirley Smith, jane Cyriacks, Patricia O'Brien, Barbara Hawkins, Geraldine Shea, june Capalbo, Miss Thavenet. SECOND ROW-Jane MacKnight, joan Orlando, Marion Sad- janies Shaw, Morris Thorp, Williani Robinson, Richard Algiere, Dennis Saffomilla, Neal Squadrito, THIRD ROW-wwilliani Martley, Milton Brown, Robert johns, Ronald Aversa, Charles Rafuse, Robert Tattersall, Richard Lo- Buglio, john Miner, Fred Watson. GIRLS'BASKETBALL TEAM Captain ..... Patricia O'Brien Senior Manager . . Marie Hagman unior Mana er . Bette Sidebottom S Sophomore Manager . . . jane MacKnight Coach .,.. Miss Florence Thavenet dow, Lois Kelliher, Margaret Kelliher, Gail Burdick, Jessie Spivey, Bette Sidebottom. THIRD ROW-Ann Marie Pescatello, Mary Ann Risica, Ann McKenzie, Nancy Moniz, Mary Ann Mello, Gayla Savage, Ce- celia Leone, Joyce Rathbun. page fiffy-fire . '-A-4 CJ ,- A ,ii E -3 A5 6 G3 C 5 E 13.55 A- 13 E355 .. E,'2rH :EQB Fwgfi' w 56242, ,. 4'U'E'Fi 1.01, W-Ei: .Q3,,E. ' xiii . HUD U L 5 ,112- F-E52 E554 ES 'cv' O., 42? :Dc-'lg -:UL-' tilff 1'-J 3: 25 5'4'Egj Effl iff? uggf B :u 0529 me g QEIIIJ1 MZ!-E E '52 Pw -D 4 FCEM' , W EE Ei H13 JE 5: .,.. L'- A52 za? ml-Ll is ,.-E il E2 2 S .c 'E CE 53 1'1" ,PN . ,: gw aj, A544 C15 'L' :14 L5 AEP 52 35 25 5 -.if -Vg ,E ,j fu 2- 4'-9 :oc 3' 5 La: CE gi QU Ei L2 55 :E U. 1451233 'digg 35659-5 Aff. U'1: A551235 Sixmf 02055 E my VW.-1' 3-1 Tilbfxlif Ngffcoii 32.5055 QQTC5-gf ,L-4 -D 55293 523 41, a2:1f8f QE' '71 U-4 mlm.: ww A We W ' . t flfl-3.,,',x ..- ZS-J'. ...r--L10 32424: cigffa ,. ... 55:0 Z 6 Ugg-gpg 505: 4-, ,. BQ," Zfkgij :..2vCJ -E292 -- vmf,m:,L :-.rg h...5o.: 15,-Q CJ--.5 2.253 QJQJD 'EL4-f,-7-' 3, '-' 4.1--GJ 7336.1 GQAJJL- cm? V7 CI Cdfffx GJ ugh -'-c-- -L----rs 1542? GJ Emwjj? OCX. BCBG VUCIPU SPM 5.1. C5345 cu -af-'HRW 4-J cd P-E EL 54552 P. 'WH-JE :BC- 1'5 A .avlvxg EEE QC E51 c .Jgvaw UGG-JS :-'-:LAELA L-'Ctrl :LE ton, APple 1, '2 'wr M was ,gf swam K fix. ,Q ,Q di Wi am I . ' .W 1: .... A ,, E' , f- f S2 'A N A l 4? 'WMM 744 -,m:::,:,.,,,.-. 15,5 .3',,Q3 ,:Q , PATRUNS Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Atwood Anderson Mrs. G. Berg, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cady Bud Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Ansel W. Coats Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Curioso Mrs. John Cyriacks R. C. Davey Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Y. Falck Lieut. Comdr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Cray SPONSORS Name Aflllress Mrs. Esther P. Cray Mr. and Mrs. ,I. B. Herman Priscilla Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Nigrelli Joe Nigrelli Mr. Wallace Pierce Samuel Scott Mrs. Raymond Spargo "Tommy" Thorp "Pop,' Turner Algieres Grocery Store Archie's Soda Shop Artwill Accounting Service Bannon's Bousa Brothers Carroll Cut Rate Celico Wayside Furniture Clarke Paper 8 Supply Co. Coffee Cup Lunch Dr. and Mrs. David E. Cohen Colonial Gift Shop A Friend I. Wf. Denison Dower's fformerly Eve Evansj J. T. Edmond Co. Ed's Cleaning Service Greenhaven Inn International Bakery LaGrua's Stonington Appliance Leo,s Newstand Leo 8 Steve's Gulf Station Lillianss Beauty Salon Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Maynard McCormicks C. A. Morgan, Inc. Montini's Grocery Store A Friend Mystic Launderette Mystic Pharmacy C. T. Noyes Company Peter's Shoe Store Charles 0. Ryon Paul Schepis Package Store Shackner's Gulf Station Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw Shilke Funeral Home Shoe Box Slifkin Sz Son Hardware Store N. G. Smith's Jewelers Mr. and Mrs. William N. Squadrito Toscano's Men's Shop Victory Bakery Westerly Drug Westerly jewelry Co. Westerly Tire Co. Whewell's Auto Wrecking Albert E. Whipple's Fender 8 Body Shop Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitford, Sr. 3 Roosevelt Avenue 20 East Main Street 20 High Street 10-12 Canal St. 36 Cutler Street 29 High Street 11 Railroad Avenue 29 West Broad Street Stonington 5-2357 High Street 7 West Broad Street 20 High Street 62 High Street 142 Water Street Cvreenhaven Road 117 Water Street 121 Water Street I West Broad Street Cor. W. Broad 81 Mechanic Streets IR Canal Street Watch Hill Road 16 Broad Street Denison Avenue 7 East Main Street 11 East Main Street 4 East Main Street 72 High Street 132 Water Street Upper Liberty Street Stonington Road 46 Granite Street 48 High Street East Main Street 65 High Street 26 Hatch Street 23 Canal Street 1 Canal Street 60 High Street Stonington Road jifty-eigbf Mystic, Conn. Mystic, Conn. Westerly, R. I. Westerly, R. I. Stonington, Conn. Westerly', R. I. Westerly, R. I. 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VARS BROTHERS Your Favorite Store Wvhere Friends Fleet Friends Stonington Department Store 141 Water Street ST1 DNINGTI IN, CUNN. H3llllll3Cll6l'qS 50 to 31 Store xlysfrlfz. 1:1 mx. Store Hours Mon. thru Thurs. 9:30 to 5:30 Fri. 9:30 to 8:30 Sat. 9:30 to 5:30 Compliments of SIRTEX PRINTING, INC. Compliments of Munro, Inc., Florists Flowers for All Oerasions 55 Beach St. Ph. 2328 5334- Westerly Furniture Co. Inc. ,Il DHN U. MILLS Home of the Guild Galleries page flfl-I-Hill? Compliments of t 1 Let Culino9s Bake I t Pawcatuek Hardware Co. Bri-Mar Paints and Varnishes General Hardware - Seed - Tools 6 Mechanic St., Vvesterly Tel. 4633 Bob Mearns Exclusive Men,s Wear Lincoln Block Westerly, R. I. Tel. 2295 Compliments of W. T. Grant Co. 19 High Street Westerly, R. I. THE WILCOX COAL CO. 60 West Broad St. Pawcatuck Tel. 2113 Compliments of MeIlo's Barber Shop High Street Westerly, R. I. Santin Chevrolet Co 5 Holmes St. Mystic, Connecticut CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Est. 1920 J. S. Sant Caskelfs Rexall Store Mystic, Connecticut t Phone Mystic 5-8400 I' H J Compliments of Charles J. Butler Coal Company HAZLIN'S HANDI-SHOP MYSTIC, CONN. Patent Medicine Ice Cream Gifts H. 0. WILLIAMS C0. Old Mystic Conn. General Merchandise Tel. Mystic 5-8258 Coats - Dresses - Millinery - Sportswea Bendett's Specialty Shop BENJAMIN AND CLARA BENDETT 28 West Main St., Mystic, Conn. Tel. 5-7775 I' Compliments of EIIa's Pastry Shop 16 East Main Street MYSTIC, CONN. Phone 5-7269 Kenyon's Men's and Boys' Store 26 High Street WESTERLY, R. l. FLIGHTEX MILL Division Flightex Fabrics, Inc. Industrial Fabrics Mechanic St. Pawcatuck, Conn. OLD MYSTIC GARAGE Repairing and Wrecker 24- hours a day Station-Mystic 5-2927 Residenee1Mystic 5-3275 Old Mystic pug e ,fixm "For the Best in Flowers" Smith's Flower Shop Reale Brothers Meats and Groceries 166 West Broad Street Pawcatuck Tel. 2736 Compliments of t r. and Mrs. George Stone Compliments of MOI-IICAN STORES. INC Wfesterly. R. I. Compliments of Cy's lobsters Stonington. Conn. Compliments of Liberty Street Package Store Liberty Street, Pawcatuck page fix Compliments of C. B. COTTRELL 81 SONS COMPANY American Felt Company Westerly Plant WTQSTERLY. RH! DDE ISLAND Compliments of the S. H. S. Student Council "Support Your Student Council! It Supports You In North Stonington Garage North swmngwn. Co 1111 mam Rutman's 'w ' ! Furm ure Compliments of Stonington Division of , Emhart Manufacturing Co. Compliments of NNEY'S Compliments of LATHROP ENGINE C0 Mystic, C-OIlll6CtlCllt t K 17 f The Standard Machinery Company P795-995 for Extruding machines for the molding plastics wire and cable, rubber and plastic industries Sherwin Williams Co. LONGLOOK TURKEY FARM 18 Broad Street Hinckley Hill Road Wfesterly. R. I. Wllsterly. R. I. John H. Foherg '41 John E. F ll 36 I L fl Compliments of SUNOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY Wnlo Johl Mfg. Co., Inc. C ll 15s th ricSeu- Th d MXSTIL CONN F Compliments of J. 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