Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

 - Class of 1954

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WHnEI,ER Physical Education Bw0kkGCI7iHR 1 Home Economics Driver Tmjging Business Arithmetic Business Education fam' QW 'ew SENIORS F 1954 I PRESIDENT VICE P E T FREDERIC PAMPEL . O W if S mn' 'ton c h It 'fl f ' gr fig Ji ry zwflf' "Some r 1 'if f, rf li gizj, Busk .ill ' itll , Soph- f'f'fl'f1 like Im el JW' "fl, i rg Hi ii 5 f ' - rg' 3, 43 Cluss Vic res' 3f4g S ude t Stlph e T- 1 r lu iwg .I unior CHUDC' 1 ' Cbd , , 4 g Ca rt' . tall 3, 4' Senior F1 il l 3 1 I S-CIWCSS I ro Q S' mr 'll 1 Show U. N. 1 Z I Club 2, 41 I Tr- . j, I' '1'rj,y1, Wa 1' gton onor iety f 5, . . , Tri - pi' 0 'si Ho Roll , 3 3 Se ' r Prom. ' of ,Q MT G IQ, era Club Senior 1 W QW' . ,IAME O old Myst' e the arigig ' ru "lIlf?IIL'4?. Chess 1 era Tri ton YAIA 1 1 Cam- j M Club. earbook :jv- ' Z lap 4g yp' n L. '. Trip juni .' n . Wiingtoq ,Club UPL Senio r f. uf of 0 O p A LUCY AVERY Stonington . ."Ki11d bmrlr are more 16,111 c'0rQ,11el,t." ' Discussion Club' 1: 2, 33 Tratii Squad 2, 5, 4: U. N. Trip: Hon orable Mention 53 OEIS Girl -1 Yearbook Stal? Sta R... zi ml ' S E C R E T A R Y "Thur whiff: 165 mmm! do bin fm! yet been a'i1m1'erea'." 'jj . RUTH BUZZI Class Secretary 2, 3 f-tQIieQriliei1d- . 1 W6qUCffQU0Ck er Captfn 3, Z1 Sw'1L:1L Cmurqgil I 2 3,i2LLaglge Club 1. xfsyfia 'SQ YJ . ' f- X its --1-f"- '-., . ss 4 :--. 9 - Rtmtrotgss C-lub Zkjg I-n-ir ':i.i:1ls ' ' I ' v'-' bbzl :., f Competitive PIRVS 21 'VTIIC' HUP- IT ' DE I , 7 CSF 'washingxpn , tningt yn 1 . ff Shoqv lfl, 3, 4g DramatiCS,,.C'l-uh I, ,, Hmm fy V V I I W -cidrmli .i I' I f 7' 3 4' -Yeirlilook Stiff Art-ist' I 5 I 1 , ,AZV -gp ,0 'Q -v V i 'L I L 1 - .K 1 J ' l V -A 1 A' , Pressman Party: Sophomore 1-LHP? X oi cromm '1' r.i.uit l Intmm ' I - ' -' ' J ' ' l'Lll o w 1 " t Qx jun-101' Prong Chairmnng -'beniur ' Q, ' JV '.' " 9 1 Ki Promg lunior Play Propertya Corn- um 1' i ' ' . ' H0 or , M47 . W , , 1 M - UH .!. Q .- Q 7 - if-'Q mitteeg .,U. N?Trifp1 Oqfferettir .L, -Z: , xl . ' ' ' . 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I MILD D BER 1 lf! 'JC ARNES gy? Ck 1, .1 ' A fly. gf:i775e uymld 749573 ' lu pro i IZ if foo dijffizlf to Mull - I 1 . k mzzrid 'K' Club 13 r fn ai' h 0 V ' Cash 1' Orche. a1,21Glec ' Intra ' - u Q, ,' Roll 1, 2, 3, cussr 4 or pg Competitive oo lu 3' Plays I , Trac , 4g Football 4g Boys' nsemble 3, 43 "Our Town" C60 I3 2- , 2, , A1 -, 15 ' lu Q 2, ' , 4g Em S , 4g 1 b '.q mag Club ,i ' Ye boi Kita 5 g hfnh mn Rib. 1g Washington Clubg U. N. Trip. ap. 1 V ,,,, , . , f'LfW9'9Z' 43. 1 'W X V, . Vw, 11,12 Lf " Q, l ang.,- CHARLES BEAL VMP- Q ERT BERG Pawcatuck 5 - HG .1 1 ' 17 IJ If f 1 A if Q OIdf'M'SUC - I 1 I ,jj ,' ffl. -4, -f 00 71177207 If yi? ea 1 0 Je 'XV V 3A penny for .Wm tboughnff F b H 1 7 3 "SU Cl b 2 3 . V amera Club 1g Glce Club 2, oot Zi , -, 2 U w Q ., V . ,. 4. LI N T ' - A, ' , .1,.. , ,,,,,...,,.,, .., .,.. .. . , tgp . ' ' 0 qw M nk Q fy llfyp X I'1 1' I rt t in Ambifnz 11 ' . Brown and Whit 3 4' Glee Clu North t ing M :ar s 1 1 ,V S ' we 1 1 ,E I O TR ECK A 1 , . 'U' 1 '." 4 121' 3, 4: Honor Society 3, 4, Sect Typing Club 3g Honor Roll 3, 4g U. N. Tripg junior Promg Discus- sion Club 43 Washington Clubg Homeroom Treasurer 4g Driver Training 4g Senior Promg Year- book. Year k S , Track 4g . - ' 5 ning Clubg onor oll 2 3 4 sf ,Mp . 3, C Q 9 0 RONAvLD BRDWN Mysty, 0 0 "Ai good name will ,rlgine y'm'e1'er."' Hobby ,Cluvb lg Chess Club lg Track lg Freshman Party, Orches- tra 1, 2, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hqpg Cafeteria Staff 2, 35 junior Prom, Biology Clubg Discussiqn Club 3g U. N. Trip, Boys' Ensemble 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4: Studbnt Council 3, 45, Brown and White 3g Spirit of '54g Washin 'ton Club. If J? all ,tl nin to ' LQBVHQ E u'J 'hlijuir !.' Was i n Cl a KU i 5, S4 Foo all 1, 23 Ba e U. X . Qgl 'sr lub 2, ', g phom e P, res 'an P t ac -, N S all ' ul 19 .J 4 L 0 " l' ' 4 . 0 A , I 1 . 1 , ,gn ,Al 4 S ' If JAMES BROWN North Stonington f ' "I do 11111 llejrezzd ou urban." Glee Club lg Chess Club 2, 3, U. N. Trip, Track 3, 4, Wiishingtrmn lub: Yearbook. 'X ri 'J l x lllk l XX' Koji. A x, N KENNETI-I',B.RAlN ' North Stonington T ' , "Every mlm if Ike Mrlfiferl' WI nzwz fulihef' 0 Glee Club I: "S" Club 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 41 U. N. Tripg Spirit of '54, Washington Club. ' . lajv 1 Xa RUSSELL BROWN Mystic Q' Y "W'blzlez'e1 bieifloegk doe gall." Glee CluK41,j2, 3,54 Boy A semble 2, 3, 4, Cllgss by Club 23 ' logy Cldlr2? ac lg Basketb 3, 4?-llS'lo'CllA Student Cgaiincil 3 ' Cat ter! Staff 3, Wpshingfeiiicqqbg yliniti Prom, U. Nt Trip, Spirlfof Sophomore Hop, Disfigsion lfilrlg Honorable Mention, Freihrn Aw ar- ty. '- if 4 'WILUAM BUCK Pawcatuck , , "A g0ndqdi.rp0.rifio11 iJ More zulu- ' able 117,841 gold." U' Chess Club 15,1-lobby Club lg Foot- ball 1, Baseball lr 2, 31 Basketball 1, 2,31 Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Soph- omore Hop:'U. N. Trip, Spirit of '543 Washington Club. l GAIL BURDICK Pawcatuck "I do We law! I 11111, l1lz4'.1j1u." Public Relations Club lg Dramuties Club l, 2, 33 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 41 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intrilmuruls 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 32 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4g Girls' lgigmblc' 4, Yearltgc Staff, Warsh- 1 ttorkwib. 5 J K X P 9 1, ' F' FT 5 T' ,B Ky,' ' .af LINEA CARLSSON Mystic , f . . 7 . HSlllL'El'll-'ll .reemi ru Illlllldf .ill filveir 1'irtue.f." " X1 Iut-ii1,,Club 1, 25 Glee Club il, J, 3, 43 Bi-ovfm and White 1, Z, 3, 41 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, -lg Competitive Plays Zy Girlsi' Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Typing Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 1, Wlashington Club, Yearbook, Biology Club BT ,C 7 3' 5 ' - J ,. el . LJ A " ply J? eigbf ' ll ey 4 NT , ' ff i XJ .rv K, . ' if af' 9 ' ' ii ' - MAE? cnrusrmn . 0 . .4 J, Piiwcatdck 4' . .,,, E f ,,.. if ' -'f-' '1' Wf'5if2Z' JOHN 'JOSEPH CHIQISTINI1' "U"b'j' mrezff we all rmzleutezi ar 'lzg 4, I Pawcamck K I? I Lunlyn " 4. A - ,., , , , . . . X f' r "".'. , 111- "", ' "fHelll.r11!l be rmzlnzg ll'!.7.q'75 eizfery- H Freshman party? Sophomore Hom E V Zfagzg, fmir' reused ,lo J exzrz. if Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Dis- My . . ,FQOYID I 1, 215- 43 Bifball 11 BHS' ' Cussion Club 2, 42 Dramatics E lfetball 1, Freshman Parry, Soph- Club 2, 3, 41 Public Relations 2, at f omoie ,Hopg jumor Prom, Senior Traffic Squad 2 3 4. U N Trip, if f,,, 2 V, ,' . - . . ' ' A' ' ' r V,,, Q, fr 'P.f'?m' Washington mlb' U' Washington Club: GICC Club 1. 2, Trip? Gllee Club 1, 2, 5' 3, 41 Yearbook Staffg Cafeteria X f' Club 54g Sopllomore Talent Slwwq Staff 3, 41 Imraynumlsl Chess I IWUOF Talent' Show Club 1: Honorable Mention 1, 2, I J 5L Camera Club lg Junior Talent ' ' lvl Showg Senior Talent Show. . -v 4 C 4 . jf ll J! pf!!! C N X-' 7 J wi I If I, f 1 XM jvlwfj I it x ,. Q' ,rf f' l AVITZUCINI 766' P TRI IN ff NI nf L L7 .. P'W k 1 1 1' Md bdboq .r fd .rfuff f Jai rivlearaz Je 77Z0?'1HlIg,H NJ MW 50' -I l - ' H if ' Se i r . N. r ' u lor TIES , ZMJ5. 43 6 all 2, 5 n ho - ' ent S ow' 4:5 HSGIZLLI X, 3. 4 PHO L 'S ' bg e rbo k ' S0 'hong 6 'OPC' 13, fog: . Caf eri' aff eroom Di Si0f17lJ: 3, WWI1 if QL, X- j 1 r ., - , Treas r ' ue ' Court. VQ',lQ1f6LG!l6QffblUbf1 --15, 4Z YS Z M Q, Ensemblefy 3, 4, nislgrllj g U. ffff' an i N. Tripg Chess Ci, if I ,,n, v ff ' T ' I Ll. , ' M, ." , 1' ' gl, A , it f Jormmfiggxz-6K1 5 Vu' if, . sriclivfa U, ' 5. l in fi p , Q, "J'Still,1mzferr r,un4!'Qp." Va ' in .G CDRW CO1 , Drugnkoiips 1, Zg Acrobatic Major Mffflf I , f - S.Q.DtiV61"S fllniining rseADraJ "ll"'by, ould ouffrzu " dfre in A gnaticg. 2g Brown an Whiter,1f 2, ozzerelf 'A 5, 4Q,Dis6ussi 43 Latin Cfliib 1325 ' . . " Freshmauamg Sopht'5riiore,fHo ig f Ch ss. l - , and te H V I -P if 1 2: ie C 1, 25 : feteria , Irugwf Pfomi C,amGffC1'ubf1sB1O1- f 'Z 4. HJNA Trip- W ogy Club Zg U. N. Qlirip?'VVasbing- K I ,Q , I ,f ton Club: Y6Q'lQQ0li'I.1f6IHlv Stafp ,lj A , 'J 5 A' I Intramurals' 1,,' 'il 3,,"J4g Basketball '11 if ,f MHHHgS:Fil4Q Honor Rolwl' 1, 2, 3, 45 . Q vt. Qvff ,V Typ.i41Q2 Club 2g Trafbc Squad. 5, 4. jj r. 5 JL 1 . I ' if. wtf, I ' 'J fl f ' 1 Jftd 'Q' 5 , - fn 11,1 , H I , H J at ,A .rw 1 ,, it DONALD! COSTA " 1 - ,' ' FRANCIS COSTA A ,5t'on1ngton ., fr , ' ,V . ,, Pawcatuck VH light bean' lzrer lang. l 5 1 Q Transfer from Norwich, Conn. I ,,. Glee Club 1, 33 Baseball lg Wa5l1- HA , Y 6 d 1 V mgton Club: U' N. Trip: Chess I mlm nz eanzerf . II r IIZEJIIJ, or Club 2, Camgm Club 1, Senior If be mfzfmf . be rrerzler Ibem " T zfizze Prom, Freshman Party. 7" A I X l lvl X I K' ,rl I ,U 1 4 r V 1 ' ft I X ' X ' 4 . iiirjf. 5, . fl' if, X' R' LESTER QQLGER "' 1 l gf ,I ' -5, lijwcatuclc ef T Q rf?" f f"-VOSEW CRAVINMD 2.A' Hsfwr fW,z41,X12rWlazgyffuzygf Stonin2lt0U , . , 5 'Chew Clublil 2 3 4.'1jmrHatiCS "T'25e1zl be War hir fflllllykgl .lo fair ' X as lip1."' ' f I . . x K F u A U. 'N. Tripg? Wusl11ngwr1Club1 Baseball lg Pep Club fl: Che. ' Club lg .Freshman TallEnt Showg Glee DOROTHEA DANKO North Stonington "Any .rewife ir 1-Epmd u'illJ Ibafzksf' Glee Club 2, 33 Discussion Club 2 Typing Club 31 U. N. Trip 3 Washington Club. l 9 at lyf f ill V1 ...L CLARENCE DONATH Mystic "A qzziel Lind of ge11fle1mm." U. N. Trip. r , ' Club 1, Qsfierife Club 1. ,,' ' xg l 4 'xClub 2, SQL llulilicljtegtions 1, 2, '54 Football 4 Zu, 4g Track 2g Base- ball Zg G 2 Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' Engepiblflfz, 5, 41 Competitive Plays Z'g Yearbook sraffg junior Promg Sophomore Hopg Senior Promg Talent Showsg Washingtcnn Clubg U. N. Trip. 1 ff i, Wx A I 1 , f"f I JJ J 0w"ElilxYcfARwD s 'RE '5Pawca C 0 jvyigrgre 'ell bzozzzzh' LS 'ence C lg Chess lub 2 S lub a C1 rig, 2.g.B' y Gl Y. Trip .iff UQ - 4 . ' u T o 1 pr , 1 . D' Jirzqrirgaf DOMCH ' I . V M. 4 ystic H . M mf W- "IZQu1'?izff reridiiof .fzzaffrr buy f 8 u Brown land Whit6x'1,-2. Slgissistant Editor 45 Hofior Soda? 5, 4g,C?1fV feria Staff 32 Latin Club lg 24, raf rieqsqusd 3. 4:'G1ee,C1ub 2359 JEL-d u'0rk.'1 ' x ,J .,w H 1 .I in u RICHARD DYER Wequetequock p "Lr11zgb Zl'!7i!Lf 1f!lll mu." Football lg Track lg Chess Club 1, 21 Glee Club 2. 5. 43 Boys' En. semble 5, 45 Typing Club 3g U. N. Tripp Biology 4g Honor Roll 4' Wushinlgtcin Club. 2 1612 . ROBERT EM EIA? d Girls' Ensemble 'L-"5. 4,1,Bi0logtx, Club, 2. ag Intramurals' 1. n2,,2'31 Freshman. P1?rty'g,1Sophcrnor,5'T-Iopg Iuniorspromg Senior PwTn: Ygar- boolt Starffg U. N. Tfp: Washing,-V ton Club. V ' JJ 7 I , 4- n f .- 'f n V A I -9 , RN 1 Jlllgjfi 1 nfl tl Q MSS' ent, Bo s' 'E' ' ,ful DC resh in junior -. 3. ap Pi 1 Q , 2.-JF' GEORGE Fousiy Pawcamick , , , "A ge11fle111.z11.'l.2 lender. and .1 , T66 0 lyi S Chegs Club.1g Hobby Club -lg: Glee Club 11 'Freshman Party1 Camera Club 11 Basketball 1, 21 Football 1, 23 51 Drarnatics Club 1, 2, 5. fig Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 49 Sophomore Hop1 Three Act Play 21 Competi- tive Play' Z1 Club 2, 'Ef 41 ftudent Council 1, Z, 5, president 41 U. N. Tripf Biology 'Club 31 junior 'Prom1 LBNESCO Confer- ence1 Senior PIOIHQB Wfashington Club. , ,Xe " , ,, Q' I - ' .-W ,lv '7 ' iff VV . I RALPH gruggrarffrra Pavvcatuck 7' ' T aff "fl .liflfej 771,131 u'5Q'f1.i5 ,1 happy wi ' Q ,,,freZrt." , ' Fresl1maffTg9nygh'd'vv1 Sophomore Talent Shoygf asketball 1. 21 Chess Club 1, 2, 31 Spirit of '54. ' x. ' f l r ' , - r . f' ' ' yraxom GIBSON, 'Faflcatuclyfr is 4 "Life irggood lll'bf1Z.g00J .ye ir ., ' I nude iff" ' Chess 1, 21 Hobg Club 1: Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Glee Club'Treas- urer 4: Washington 'Clubg Lf N. Tripf "S" Club 4: Basketball 1. 2, 3. 41 Football 2, 3541 Spirj1to'fQ54g Sophomore Hopg Hasebafll' 41 Boys' Ensembleg Senior Talent Sh0W.' if Y ' ' O I ' . f ,PAUL HILL ' North sfoflmgrou ' , - "He beard bz1t,l7e beaded noi." Chess Club 2, 3g Glee Club 31 Or- chestra 3. ' , gf ' ' I l .J .yi V, I ., . A h I -' rv ,, ,- lf "'i it JUD1T'H'FRAs1E1?, ,T 4 Pawcatuck 'l ,r "A utriefzdf-3 ai' .1bu11l'lvev'.'l Public Relations 1, 211' Biologyflub 21 Discussion Club 21 'Tripg Yearbook StaH1 NCLg15hlington'lClub1 Honor Roll. . P MAXINE GENSBURG Pawcatuck K Q J' "A 1l'i!fi?l,Z 11'01iEer.,,zrifb J rojvbif- r Iimled rzir,"' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 41 Dramatics Clutb 1, Zi, 3, 41 Intramgrrals 1, 21 Honor Rolil 1, 2, 5, 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3, 41 Competitive Play 21 Fresh- man Party fchairmanjg Sophomore Hop, junior Prom fdec. chair? mangl: Senior Prom: Talent Show 2111, N. Trip, UNESCO Confer- ,ence 51 Traffic Squad 51 Cheerlead- er 3, 41 "S" 5, 41 Spiritxof '541 Washiniton Club: Orchestra 11 Yearbook Staffg Brown and Wluite 5, 41 Typing Club 33 Girls' En- semble 2: Student Council 21 Pub-, lic Reflations 1, 2. 51 I-'lomeroom Treasurer Fl, 4. V .V . " JOHN CROPPELLI Pawcatuck . "Be, :Jeni Jud Rafe, rilezgre zzerer bez1'.1,1r youf' Camera Club 11 QN. Tripg lW'asl1- ington Club. r 17 Ag A ' f r ' MARY' HOBART Swningtogr ,, "Of qu'e4Q1l-3 mreliuerr. for fbi! ir ,f f , We." Junior Pltbm' Queeng Yearbook StaH1bramatids Club 41 Glee,C.lfub 1, 41 Talent Shows 1, 2, 5, 45 Fife and Dfum Corps 11 Eiscussion Club 1, 2, 3,,41 Sophomore Hop, -lunior.Prom1 ,Senior Promg N. Trip, Washington rClubg Blfovvn and White 1, 2. 5, 41 Christmas Play 51 Intramurals lQ,Of:l:1C6 Girl 41 Cafeteria 1, 21 Homerofom Treas- urer 31 ,Hgnor Roll 2, 5, 41 Driv- er Training 4. A Wa eleven ' L I' K J, L All .Q Y . V' - I 1' ' l ' . ,ff ,J A K x i 'Al' ,f ' f ,- 9 x : ..- I ffl gf Nl-1 'fr 'Q xl.. , L . X lj ii X , I b ,F . ' A A l 5 .J kr , . .1 1.. K V, g Y,N'2j A w 4 74 .N N f , If C, AMBLR , ou. ,f i 2 , L Iv ygfwfff I, . " ,.,.. , '- x -C 7 "I 1' :midi W"lf111i"'l 'c'.lfIll'l71' V- G Ji f 1, . . K 1, .- 'fl lfwljhff 1fiI'lll'l'-X ' - Q' , .V Q. ' l 'l xy X35 linskctballflgl Track fl 2, 5, -lg ' . 1 f A Glen' Club l, 5. -lg C Cmcstru l, -lp ' ' ""' ,,, Camera Club 4gy"'S" Club 5, -ig N,,': VQQ' V' 'C X ' l U. N. Tripg 'lyfjng Club 53 Hobby .... Qlbu' 2 Club i. 2. .ffl 1 .l V XV ,pl if. of fl' 1 QQEKERT H 3' My. ' f " "Time hui' fm Illccll If fm' fyimf Camera Club 1, 1'?lI-lobby Club Zg U. N. Tripg Honor Roll 3, 4g junior Prom. ,fl J I I' . 1 A North ' t Rm 4 " 113' befunzel' L auf Dfw an era "2, ' , a 2, , "S" 2, , U. N. T . I S ' CAROL HOLLAND , Pawcatuck ' "A Nlc'?'!'-jf lvmfl giver jug' .ill Ifile ,.JL1yJ' , ' 5 Freshman Rtirfy: Intramurzgs 1, 23 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Discus- f' sion Clubg Publ'ic'Relations Club 23 Sophomore Hopg junior Promg Senior Promg Waslninglcwn Club. f .A . M n - 1 4 vu rf' Q M A N 'P . H , HEL Mysti I . "Leila flriiff fl fmdwful plf,zm'r . . ,Q 1 s .. lr I - 4. .I 5 gui ' x I ' J . . , V ' Q ' .J ' I ' f L 9 A 0 ibx . 5 1 .D '?d .' W Q " GERALD jpklfb North Stonington "I JAIW' rrifirilr .ami uv wi l rriliri:e.f mf." U. N. Tripg Christmas Assembly 3g XV.1sl1ington Club. r s iv . ' . N1 xv? v 2 f ' -Vi W . Ffh! Ulul f' ,Jain 5 Z I 4 AIN L 1 rx! I l jf Q , .Li gfun'5b Brig? N. ior P S irit ' Driver 'Ili' ini , YL-.irbb ' 5 .iff JL L . 1 . 5 yr ,lr nw V 'X ! M I 1 . ' 1 mg .1 1 .iw 41,1 .ll L1 X , l lb 'fi.ixIll.LTfX fx Xxx K Al Fr 5 Wi-1r2fgLPLfi'ly'g l T1f1i1ui?'S'lbQk2izLi,ll . ix I , i 'l A I Clubfi 2, f H,oqw"' pi., I' f If - L if-i will L l??.ND WM X ruim rps 123 KcroiwSL Piiwcntuek ' Q aslf all Biolo7rTQ, "H1fn1.nfr1e,lr i17'c'gc'l1llt'.H 5' Soflmmll 4 , ess Club 13. Glee Club 1, 2, -5' 51 1 O Cf f -- 5- L N. Trip: spirit of '54 , ,'4:U IS O n-J' X , ldmiuu an an if ,. ' I, v' W gs 'N 'wQ'gl's4g F ll 1 i Vi Wiislwin 'to jk qib. 1 Nl Q-A ' 'fl fl i X' l Q 5 - I 1 T 'l .--' 4 .' , ,J ll-'S , - RISKEARJE' A f1'Paw'ea't ck Af! l K, is 'A v 5' 1 I "LE: .hid ruff 1l'0I'I'yf'fIbU1!f .rijf fury rout" ii' ,. 5 Epolball 1, 1? sg "s" 611111 , 251, Dram51BiCi Clulbriq 41 Chg Club 1, Basketball li' Clpiss President .13 WXsl1ingtQn1Club: lU. N. Tri-pg Glee Cl' 1. 2,6 3, -lg Honorable, Mqntio 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Pap .l ty1LSophon1ore Hop, Openetta 1-52,6 3f 41 Spirit of '5-1: Taleilt Sllows 2, 3. 0 1 J 9 , 1 X a , 4A v 1 'K , x k A l"""" ' l 4 -' BETTEA KIDDY 9 I P Pawyhatude. 1 A 8 , 1354! geujlj, ,rpgzk ruflly. I 1 5 Glee-611113 1, 2. 3, 4, Drury.-Cirps 1, 23 'IWIZH'-IC' Squael 3: Biology Club 3, 4, Yeafbocig 'Staffg' Honor Roll. I a 4 . . ' l ' ANN LANPHERE Paxgveatuck I ' ' O "B-1.1156 work, :Me 2110141 'lbe i zi'orEer." Glee Club I, -23 Intramurals 1, 25 Discussion,dClub -l, 2, 3, 41 Traf- Ht Squad 3g junior Sopho- more Hopi Washington Club, Yearbook Staff. ' 9 Q I s I an S, .--' 4 I . s , ' uf A 'P 5" , f J , MARY LIDESVTR1 . ,y . .ri Pawgatuck 1 I y "Fr'ie'ggdJbip if fbe lazzdiof rf.1,wgj' Cbiss Club 1, Honperoom Treasur- Qp 15-Camera,Cla1b 1g Gfee Club 1, 3, Intrarnuralisvlgp, 3: PL1lDliC Relations Club 1, 2, 3: LSfuSSiOf1 Club 1, Z, Zig Fres an Partyg ,Sopho ore Hop, Dra at' s Club 2, 3, 43' Hay Z, ' 'libnor Qoll 1, Zp, 3g U. N. 'I ' 3 Traffic iSquacl 3-11, junior Plfomg-Junior Talent Show, Cafeteria Staff 3, 41' Senior Promg Senior Talent Showg Year- book Staffg Othce Girl -'lg Wfash- ington Club. fa H w fn VJ lifflft. In V X. ,-, Geo GESKENTKX T", fl, ,P-1111111 f it ew 3 Xrrfll f24J6jJ11AlcVQ6l.5f'ez'e1' fe fl lyk' ll? o' ff A has C111l:,'T'llfF Olbllll 1, 2, T 11,19- W2 lpriltmrirs , I 1, 2, 3, 41 Q-Tl9!ll'71'41 1, 2, 3,,3lgf QM 1, 2,4 3, 4, stiphoiudfw I-Io' ,zforphomore Talent Sl1osyfflI:3oys' Ensemble Zi, 3, 4, U. N. T ipgfluniof Talent Show, -Iunior Pr IH.2'iiSCfllOIf-'Pl'0l'D, Senior Talent Sho 'Q Band -ig Wfashington Club. . ---'ff Ui. M ff 0' Witsli of '54, D , J ,Q I7 Yi V.-4 ' , - ' , 'WX W K 4 ' WARREN LeVALLEY V' 'E Stonington i ij ! "9s "Hit nziirbicf be dow quietly." , Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club .FU 4. 5 3 - , 444- - ,,,,, 2+ Q11 .5 ev g D' I of jg? . ' ,' 1 , ' I an ' 7 ' Jofiy Lopes Stonington J ' S 0 ' "QU fbi,-' fe.1ruflig.,zz'l2.1f .IV Ibfllg , 1, iff.f."' . Football Basketball lg Freshfhan Party, K Erghman alent - Shqpvl Baseballl 1, 2, ffl, Sop omore Hop: U. N. Tripg Lfuiiior Talent Show, Glee ,Club 41,,Washington Clubgp Honor Roll, " l V I fbirfeezz ,ir A ' I 'J ll My an 7 i ll 1 QV' X M ,, - MARGE LOR 1 K y AN151151 T-E MAILHOT , Pawcatuck ,N 5 1,3 HShP,7viIl1J'd-jll' Ml' bu Ibex limi." Dfamatics Club LQN2, 5:45 Disgul- 19 sion, Club 1, 2,43g Brown arid what 1, 2,1 .41 Pul'1li,aflleT'ati.nns .gg BiologyfClub,4 2,l4l4'f3L Stugllent Councill C31 Taleriib Shovis 2,fl 3g Freshman ,Pawrfyg Sophqqnory Ho, junior Promg Sen'or 'lbromg U, . Tfripg bQueen's Eourtg Yearbook Staff, Plnoto Eglitorg Wasliiggtcmn Clubg In-tramurals L, 2g Office Girl. Z wg 1 -I 4, J i' er wife wzrzmzer. o r Roll 1, , ,4: Dr m 1, 2 t muralsff , opho- ore Ho g Discu. 'Jn Club 2g Tratiic Squad 3. -ig Biology ub 3, 4g U. N. Tripg julni m, Honor Society 3, fig Year ok Staffg Wfashington Club, ' PAT IA MCGUIRE x S1-Q awca ck f ark gm." Glee Clu ' Chess u g cussion Club 2g r o a Q Waslwingtcmn Clubg - , . N. Trip. ,, . . U , If6,l'l' I .Y FUNK? Ill .1 ' ROBERT M'lTCHELL Mystic A ' "Feel Ibn! 141111 ui? zrilfiulg ef11i11lcf,v." Chesb Club .lg Hobby Club I, 2,, Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4? Boys' Ensem- ble 2, 3, 4g Brown and Wlmite 2, 3. 4g' Dramatics Club 2, 32 U. N. Tripg Cafeteria Staffg Senior Tal- ent ,Show 0 's fonrfeez Mystic U A S K 'fgHA3,q,b1fUfr are the auayfojl plfai-' ' I - 5 JY Q , rmaazeu. Honor Roll 1, 2, 35, 6+BroWn and White Staff 1, 2, junior Assistant Editor, Eclitor-ir:-Chief' 4g Latin Club Secretary'-2g Cafeteria Staff 2, 3g Typing Club 72, 31'I-Ponaeroom Treasurer 2g Dramatic.Club 2, 3, 4g- Sophomdre' Hopg .junior hProrng Biology Club'2. 3, 45 Trathc Squad 2, 35 U. N. Trip-g Yearbook Staff. s , 0 W 'I' ' . 0 . , X 1 aff 4, Wf W W! f ' A' 'L if an f'W! IX , WWW! W W ff f 'I I M W! W2 .. S C199 teria X Wi Washing on if f 1 f ' ffm K4 f 1 ' V 4 ,i . ,, if F I Z 5 'W ' if W! ' ', . j' 1,1 f'KC'?"QJ.j, ., 5 I af. f .4 .MW N s f ' s 'Q f' 1'fARRY MORTON I I-ow'cr Pawdatuck "Mtn uf feta' uwfrdx' .ire Ihr' but . men." Basketball 1,1 3, -lg Baseball C0- Captain 1, 2, 3, 4g U. N. Tripg Camera Club lg Football 11 Chess Club 21 Spirit of 'S-13 "S",Club 2, 3. 4. 2 , if jpyf if XZMJQ' m , , 3, f ,f 4 Q 3 2 LA- JVM? ,.,L..,cL li-S IOA o ND . f . A ' : It 'CY""H-4CJ2.J a C u EIRSON "' e' e l, ' ,lurk re ' hi me 'il H1 6 V 36 'I' "I 1 go dauw za Ike ,rear Or -. 1, f ' L' Of JJ IB dgrfmf' wet , ' J r' man A tyl Gi B w White 5, 43 Cafeteru 1, 1 6 3 tion: U mu , Boys' Ensemble 3, 43 Glec l 1 3 f in d "Q: 1 ar, ub 3, 43 Washington Club. lx 1' O 1 8 1 -4 e Natio s Trip - , ., , - . it . +754-f'2' .N gasps' -ff? of is 4. -Xu 3 f-' .- "' " N J " -1' - 3 J , 9.3 .JSE Ne r-D IJ wx '-SL gf ,rf - 44 - xr 'ff 0.3.1 -gg-f,,,f Yay ' f 'if Cf"--ir""4b x PM , Q 'J -3,5 ca" , . , ., SQ, fr' Qi '- .C 31' 55" , ' -.aff-, ff"-4235 -a. by VCT' fer -4 - 4. ' ff 52 ,sf :FN : : H fv-S Jgk.-5' .Q .451 ' 3 . .1 f 1 Mme 9-"' " - A 113111 lo work. ' I 1 I l:2??iYf A is Student Council 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 4g U. N. Tripg Discussion Club 3, 43 Brown and White 43 Yearbook Staffg Washing- ton Clubg Senior Promg Queens Courtg Honor Roll 4. l , I an - ck y 'l I e at IZ II jiznzg Sf., A 'H S' 0 lo o 33Junio Promg eti' ss ion 1, 23 Discus- i in b 2, 3, 43 Typing u 3 ' elations 1, 23 If. N. Trip3 J ashington Clubg Yearbook Staff. F3Sen' l- 3 Gigi' Club 1, 23 Girls' L ci is 2 LW 1- ' sz .JQJQ41 - - , ff W wg? 3. ,, ,,,, 3. x, ,. L, If X, .L 3. A 1- 75,-75 Q . ,,,,. J 3 3' r- If A . ' Amy 1 Q Q . Sh-. . . Ax 1:2 ." '0j.2wx:, "W f ' "" 'f , L , :.,ia . jfs rf 4 9 f , ff ff Q A N43 f NW - it W X 'L '77 ff 1 'a f :,-1 siive im L.-.if what ,lf wi 0 L ,UD W Mystikg C,1feteri.1f3ff'f5xfj,4: . N. Tiip V-7'15loin"tLvMtC ubl S irit A ' ' LZJULQ .1 3 3 3 3 qgfw ic. li fifteen FREDERICK RICHARDS ' xy 1 I gf Ll R ff form? sk fff.,g0-f J a 1, 1 5- xx .-f.- .,... Y., -. - f. .. in If if . ' .,,, , ' l sa RONALD ROBERT Mystic "Mf1de.rfy l:e'wuze.r .1 Il1.IlI.H :'. ima. , Chess Club Ig Sophomore Hop, U. 5, N. Tripg Glee Club, Washingtcin in l t . t + N at I 1 . N. :2i'12.1e.f.:f:Sp V ex . 9 5 LV KENNETH ROCHETTE Pawglituelgg "Laugh and ffae,-rl.1.rJ Lluglvr with Q J you." Clubg Spirit of 54. Freshman Party, Chess Club 1, 2, 5g Sophomore Talent Showg Soph- omore Hopg Cafeteria Staff 2g Dra- matics Cluq 2, 3, 45 Competitive Plays 25 Junior Talent Showg jun- ior Promg Spirit of '54g Washing- ton Clubg Senior Promg Senior Tal- ent Show. 0 I :M W, 5, i 'I - 'V ' T ..e,.5oHoRK11t sfirtiros Sttinington P A N -' '- "Let tojn0191'ou'.1fgke mre offizwlf. for I-Entre liz' todil-gi."' Discudsion Club , 2: Play Day 2, U. Nf Tripgi 4Ol'hce Girl 4g 'Year- book Staff:"Washington Club. .- 0 XVILLIAM ROBINSON Pawcatuck "ll"ilb Ibe .rliglatert rearwz be goer l mn of bfi umzyf' Spirtit of '54 Clubg "S" Club 3, 4g Washington Clubg .U. N. Tripg junior Promg Football 3, 42 Track 3, 43 Camera Clubg junior Talent Show, Biology Club. -agp. . wcat Senior QZW LQ 1156 voNA bipp Hier lo.. " shma artyg Homeroom Tr as- rerxl lee lub 1, 2. 31 'irl- 'vs X X T er If -Int murals LQ. 3: Hon- W ' Rol -, 3. -ig Discu . on Club NT A , 2, 3 Qperetta 2, fg Dramatics A X l -1 Typi 1 21 Ottice Girl Yearboolt Stafg Wfashington X C Driver Training 41 Class Song Committee. I 'D i . . . ..e. 5 , AV 1 .J nib U ' X T I IA scnrt ER J . -FANET SCI-l'll.LER- ' MM if + iliscjatue . E glfilqqlllfllgflilkrxirhvyyali ffr' ll Diqaissignlillib iff N 2 iwmw iitiilxltljvl,-lvU,gi'Er52slili1 lril' iiiiflllxg tl 1- omiyl'e!5lll pl' Anior Pi-iii, it1GEoini5'Ti'e,s'ti'i' lg Gleve' I lf' ixlcxti lul ,2, 5. 41. Pllulllgii ilititiiigi, 22 ,, fi, Trallfic J, Caiiigv 1, Y I-lg U, N. TMP? li',.1fil'wiiol.QSfri 'vlfhslv ington Clubg ,Efsseinlfi ' Committee -13 Orhce Girl 43 Honorab Men- tion I, 2, 4. .tixl C612 K.. . t lin?" 1, 'f:'7'lx'1fJ Lil A-,Q Fiwdituck ' 6' i 'llni-lla Agqlmil, F6771 lm' u'gQ,tu'Q11rif fvluy. .rl1cMQ.1ii1.i 111ui'1a'.l1'it'uJ,r if- 'lrfwl day lvl Jiri." ' . Honor Rollql-,'E, 3, 4q'Qirls' Bris- lietbsill .2-,' 33 Glee Cllih 1-, 2,...53 -lg Cheerlen'de,r 5, -lf'-lunioi' Promg In-X' trumura-ls 1, 2, 5, 47' Trathc SQ,UtlCl Br xX,3lSllll1g,LOT1'4ClUl71 Crfrls' Ath- K letic ,Assoeiution 1, ..2, 3. 4, Year-, hooll Business -Milnugeigg-"9" Club 5, -lg Talent 'Show IZ, 53 Citfetqvrla Head Wfgiitress 4'g'Dri1matics lClub I, 21 OU'ei'ettf!t 1, 2, Y 'Spirit of 'i-lg Senior Prom. i 9 B 'V l , LAW! 061 T . . ' ff f , 7 V 4. M Af f 1 P nl D 1 lx , 4x U 2 0 M 2 0 I ' lv 1 li E 1' ' 1 I x W ,5' I " MARY fsERRA-No I V ff? b Storilngtion U f AN S T I 3fSbte luv zz zfwnz and f1'jt'l1LU:Y' f M f . ,,f- ,, Stonington jf f,.,f"" R IMHIVEI ll m It "1 'UH' uiedyqjfgj 1 ,j,,,Jf' Discussipn Club 1, 2, Washington Footbal -1fg'4!3asketball 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 33 U. N. Trip, Washingtrvn Club. Club, Yearbook Staff, N. Trip Public Relations I, 2, Girls' Intra murals 1, 2, Honorablb Mention 1, Z, 5, 4, Freshman Rarty, Soph omore Hop, Senior Promg, Busi , ness Manager 4. 1 EILEEN S EA lawc ' I 1 , '. ' mfs jr Iff7l uflefz iff- ' , 1,711 ni 1.'l Q N C I Yf ' FwMUParty, Soph e Hop, BEXERLH SHAW lr Prom, S Dis- Nortb Stonington ' I ,v cusson u 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics "Full Qf ,111 ggK1jme-U," ' Cl 7, ,, 4, Pu lic Relations Club Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. 5 2' 3 , M5195 Li 39 U' N' T x ' , Wiishi fl J ub, Gl , ' ' Yearlaff taff, Studen ncil 3 ,' ' V Assem ly Comrnitt e 4, Cafeteria ' Staff 4, Intramural'Q, Ollice irl 4, Home o tain , Q i Magazine Drive, D r Talent. " ' ' A iow. .xl , B TTE T 1 7 A ' ll uflc ggi! ' "Tlx VA' ' ' ' In f27l!e iff' I ' lx, JP X 1 I ' . I i. HARED SHERMAN Stoniog-16, ,r f 'j X , .PAIOQI25 11fzz'ay.f'Mbe',i1i lore." Washington Clulvf' il' ,F i I ii' I 'Aj ' f' ff' 4 ff' 1 p N 4 1 ,' ' , ja V X Ng, Senior vi T 7 l I w 'X ' J Sto' tow. I ' 4. Roma 4 mm' wf ae ' JI' f 1 Footbal dl .tt 1, , Cafeter am iga! A 1' , ri Spirit ' -' M - . ' n Clu b. 1 U.N.Tr' . X FRANCES SPINNATO ' aweatuc I Hiro wefladilfaougblr .willed tbir heir! U fou1'fe.ry." I Chess Club 1, Drum Corps 1, 'Dis- cussion Club 2, 5, 4, Public Rela- tions 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Cafe- teria.StaH 5, 4, Qlee Club'4, Yea book Staff, U. N. Trip, Wiishing- ton Club, Sophomore Hop, junior Promg Senior Prom, Intgamura 1, 2, 5, 4, Honorable Mention 2, 3. 5El'6lIfEE1Z Homeroom Treasurer 4. I. ls 1, ' .c r Pxlomg Jumor lub 1' I 'x rf I .IW li L Exif i?3LlW'C' '5 J ., ' J f'T7yiMl'.u! zffigllglflfnpd' lbw ' gre.zfu.uf,' uri. g, fl Jwcatu-Ck Y- l - Vid, A -yl5x??7rlRldfj4 4a gL'Ne2tbe1" friyezzae, .fzzpezyqzzezzfy tgwfl-fig' g'!glZh46mrC , ' In- X if zo-be fought, N06 madiuzz if L . - g ' 1 IC ' Y - 7 fl Cr I 9 0111 or Pm Chase Club 1 Hobby 2 Student P L1' ington C g 'A' ' 5 5 Spii of '54, C lf. . , Hopf, J . :I . . ' mp C5l3l Cf4I NC cJ'j,,:4-2543 Waslllngton Club' lu Ha . 4 R.- : , l PP 1 A K l B . .7 r- ,A W, p n' KY iam. Q N. XJ FRANKLIN" 'YLVIA Stonington . "5lj'wrl,l lm' Zmlf arf-zny 'Mft-." F1'C9l'I1J'1H'P'1l'fY' Glcc Club l 7 Vfre ljfesidcnt 2. 5g',CzQctcl1'in 23 Sophomore Sopbo1nQre"liFal- ent, Sbgwg 'junior Talcnlfl Sllowg U. N. Tripp WQ1sl1in3,9t0n'Clrlbg Fqp ull 1, Zh 3, 43 Basketball 2, 5,7 in scbr 1, Z, 43 Track l, 'P 4 UQPCI bwul 7 5 4 -.IL U ,-.,.' J . eighteen ' PATRICIA T lNJ?R 1 5- 'Qfl Lina' uf' rlurnz 1 ' 'fungi ffl U in ll'rJNl.Hl .'11d.'Q N' r ' Frcslum-rn P-rrty' Drum5,Corps.i, Ai in 7 Discussion Club 1, 2, 3, -if Soph- 'xnnoru Hopg -Iunior Promg Dramat- ics Club 3, 41 Cafeteria staff 41 Of- fice Girl 211 I-Iomeroom Treasurer -lg Senior Promg Yearbook Stuff. l I 4 lf 1, I .B r'.,. -Q - ' , fi e ' - ' ' - "5" 1 14' 5 4 ., . 1 9 ., 1, UW 3 L . Councll 5 U N TIIPQ Splut of 1 5 ja I . C I f . if MAR YNIJTRICKLAND aydtuck fry . ,X 1 uf g7'z:1L'Q.H j' - , ',Q,d06.f f.rrf1Ibi1ig!Xu'iZb bfllff , 6 u .Glas QMS 1, 212 5, 45,,In?Qi B515 1, 23 Lat' tflub 1, 21- Hen oll H 1 il, 2, Sfniiz T5'Pif42 QHBJZ, 35 qwashingfon C1115 C "P- : 5 l , 4 l. 0 ' , 9 C 1 1 ' I 0 . : u BEVERLY SVUAIN , North Stoningtorf ' "Link I .1.fk,'7115 zrqfzlf .1117 fE1l'." Wglshingtrwn Club. Y 5 gl 1 0 0 5 " ,T 'Al 'vm sh s ' V .l 1' N ,F I wi 0 ,, I 0 1 1 N. ' 4' 1 1. I . 1 L I 1 Q I 0 ' ROBERTA TAYLOR ' North Stonington W "Aqudy nl all limes." Junior Pfonlglrronof R011 5, 4. fl 1 ago toni' I, koiyi. ii in , 1 IF, cl '1 ,L4'9L'. U- P iii lk,-1 4 O q Jl iili .1 41Y b s Was to ,Club. sl 1. -1 'N 5 , 'T 0 1 Jil Jlfx ' ' D' 1 my cf if F l I l l is ff ' e .few Hy." ' ramu 1 1g Dis- i ln 3, lee Club C qua , 4g Hon r Tri Q H iii- . VA . 4. N Y c G i , fr. ullf lllllf Club I ' rx ii -3 1 'lp Y, R e ' if 1 1 'f' 0 si x V , p A fifpjAN,E VARs r' lphwcatuclc "Filth ir lge in Ibaizgbir and 1 ,'lN01'fe.n Discussion Clubll, 2. 5, 4g 'Clfess lg YearbookxStaE. 1M 1 , ."Sl7?W and rzreel, buiuuz.-Z0 he re- li PATRICIA VAN PELT ysticf K i , 1 gurda:PyglJ4ly." Q ,E ,. ,, Cheerlfeadaef 3, 4g Honoti-4Roll 1, 2, 5, 4g Brown and Whik 19 24 jun-I io5SportsfEditorg Senior Sports Ed- iiorg "S" Club 5,,,4g Yearbook Lit- erary Staff, Queens Cqurtg Trathc Squad 3g U. Trigg Wfashjpgton Clubg Glens Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Qpsr- etta 2, 5, 4g lntramurals 1, 13, jg Biology Clu? 2, 5g Freihmzin Par- tyg Sophomore Hop, jaunior Promg Senior Prom, Twirler lg Acrobat 2g Latin Club 1, 2g Dramatic Club 2, fi' 1 y l z :L If . it 3g Horneroom Treasurer 3, 4g Spir- of '54g Typing Club 2, 3g Laurel Girl's State Representative. fi! Jjfdtwggggyvw , il " e ir H J 'Lib ff V . 1 1 Q" . 'I l-I 1 o ,' 2, '4' 'gli ' ff Clu Q er . ,, ing. 2 W Af til rwrjgfgi wi -fr M . J' 'ik X fl W , li W 1 W L ll WCM Q! ,J 1.0! V, A F fl Q Ai - A AW T114 ff if ,l A!!! 5 ,J j' I 1 ni If-1 ,gl . ' I JAMIE VlC'IgORlA Stonington' gl I 'fl pf f'B.ffdenJ, 565151726 lfgbl ufluaz , f rbibrfully bl21'11.",f Publfib: Religion? Cllib lg Basket- ball 2, 353 onor,R6ll 1, 2, 3, 43 Honorable' Mention 3g Washington Clubli U. N.Ql'fipg Spirit of '54. ff ffl' ,r4,1'Vlf ix Pl JA E TBJQUS North Stonington ' "And your hear' Will? fllmrzzre jill l Glee Club 13 Discussion Club 2g Wasliington Club. zziizeleefz 15 . W 1 .lil tml. fi ylf fill o 'SN MS .M ij J, t 1 J y 'IXQEBAI Irfviigpljl l Nofth fiingtonr K A 'Sb 'J .r1zqb'.1 llll,kJQU iffash' gto yhlub. , My A if V X, FREDERICK 'WATSON Mystic ' vsfure liz iflwlpufvf fd' mzzmrmzz fur Iofzmrmzz' I-ILFJ' ami uf ilfelf. Cvlcw Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Ensem- ble L, 2, 5, 43 Trutk Manager I, 2, 5, 4g Camera' Club ig Fotjthiill I Football Manager 31 "S"-Club 3, 43 Junior Promg U. N. Trip Wfiishington Club, O t N vt K DEBORAH W L Q P3 C thi? 1 new iid .Ja mfg? 3 , u ic l' "n ' 'lyk 7 f, ZH f re ' , ee of t bf 1' ' II 0 '1 Il." All Fres n Par Ch s Club Q 1 I in JU P b e t , . 1, 2, , isc 'I Cl b 2, ,Soph rn rdf opgATg!H5!4 Sq ' lubdfg' unio inf o 'mpg Sen: if 95 ' EEG lgilgfw , ior P 3 , iftgfctice ' ashi x to uh. f g Z JOYCE XVORCESTER Stonington "Hur quid utzgt .ldd lf, ber dig- nity .md Zl'j!l lfye fetju't'l uf bw' l'!L1J,tIIIJft'.l','l Glcc Club l. 51 U. N. Tripg Wfiish- ington Clubg Gym Club lg Olhuc' Practice I. tv JACK WEST North Stonington Hflfly' Quuuj f 41111 du, fe! N15 do il fmzrf' lfliiscbgtll 1, 5, 41 Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Football SQ Club 3, 4g Truck 43 Glue Club 45 Boys' En- scrnblc 4g Wfiishington Club. . f .i':. ifi?gJ5" ll il HIL'-Z7Jli,lI? be 21 I 'Zdf' Football , 3, 41 -I r Prom Washingt Clubi . X ft t ll V I l .t k txt! lil 1 tt to tr 1 1. f I t ' 5 G-Il.EfI'A wo fl Jvifeaiifglelquo I fl ,NH I it If 1 if ' utefu I7 X4 ilt- Il X, . fl C1 b. .lf t -ILin'or Prbrn: Hivgor Illrilxl w ie in t n fa ff ' ,JL :vi xx IH 7,1 IJ I I rf, , . ,lf t,v ..L w,. .t, , D, J" 'l t. ,W ,i fx -i Q, N C ffl, ,i 'lit M tltlllljf Wfl.,f,t ,, fJ7pll,t,'l 'l'fl1f'l' tm ll If f mf I I L fu 'L 1113 R 1 I 1 X f P Q 30 Ill'cllf-3'-11115 V Www x: W ff Z z ,fff ffl 52 ia. pv- ff 1 wr f f lzvezziy-I1z'0 B O Y George Foley . Robert Emmet Lester Culver . Clarence Donath Franklin Sylvia Robert Keane . Robert Browning james Armstrong Ronald Brown Frederick Pampel George Kent . Robert Keane . Harold Sherman joseph Previty jack West . Ronald Walter Frederick Pampel Fred Watson . Kenneth Rochette Robert Siegel . james Armstrong james Armstrong Kenneth Rochette james Armstrong Franklin Sylvia Russell Brown Frederick Pampel Kenneth Rochette joseph Previty Class Vo te Bert Avfor Mort Ambition! Clays Artirt Qiziefeyz' Mori Afblezir Ciitesf Bert Diziivei' Mort Digiiijied Bei! Difporifioiz Bert Drerfeci Clary Muriviizli Bert Looking Firft fo illizivy Mort Tofkiztire Bi g gen' Teizre Peryoziizlity Pius Mort Popzzlm' Bert School Spirit Wfiffierz Mort S o fvlnirtiriztea' . . illoff Likely to Siicfeed . Mor! Stizdioziy Clary Comedimi Mort Rerpevted Cims Ffirt Mort Vermtile . . Did Mort for the Clam' . Clary Giggler Mort A1'gZlllI6lZfcIfiZ'6 I efzly-lbfee G I R L . Ruth Buzzi janet Marcotte . Ruth Buzzi . Joyce Worcester . . Jessie Spivey Deborah Wilkinson . . Rita Roderick . Maxine Gensburg . janet Schiller . Patricia Van Pelt . Frnestine Remor . Mary Hobart Roberta Taylor . Lois Kain . . Lois Kain . Rita Roderick . Ruth Buzzi . Ruth Buzzi . . Ruth Buzzi . Maxine Gensburg janet Marcotte . Suzanne Donch . Ruth Buzzi . janet Schiller . joan Orlando . Ruth Buzzi . Ruth Buzzi . Mildred Barber . Joan Orlando v x , S L1 e r Nm ' Nirkimzue Per Peere Crnzj About Mir, Mar! Fizzfoile Stzyzig Famvfe Snug Allen, john johnie Homework? Nancy The girls Holy Mackerel Many Times Archibald, john Archie Unpunctual people joni The kids How are you fixed for blades? Rhapsody in Blue Armstrong, james jim "Leroy" Poetry and Music My friends Id like to point out No Other Love Avery, Lucy Lou Being razzed Bob O. P. Room Draggin' Wagon P. S. I Love You Ball, Alice Al Homework Music The kids You're crazy Changing Partners Ball, Nancy Nan Conceited people Erwin The kids Golly Changing Partners Barber, Mildred Millie Homework Boys My Buddy Oh, gee! Anything by joni james Barnes Clark Clark History Trig Lunch block Ain't that a shame Vaya Con Dios Beal, Stephen Charlie Homework Anne Cyrus Morgan That is all Why Don't You Believe Me Berg, Robert Roberta Homework Blue eyes Study hall Takes one to know one You, You, You Bicktord, joan joni Conceited people Arch Dave You had me fooled My Love, My Love Birkbeck, George Birk School lunches Basketball Room 16 Silence Home on the Range Brown jame jeff French P. D. Everyone Amazing Oh Mein Papa Brown, Kenneth junie Bad Weather Baseball Playing Baseball Oh, gee! Dragnet Brown, Ronald Ron Detention Anne and basketball Chemistry Mathone! To Be Alone Brown, Russell Dee Point-mad characters Margie and Basketball Homework? You ain't too smart! Love Walked In Browning, Robert Bobby Rainy weekends Water-skiing Chemistry Class Why not Oh Mein Papa Buck, William Bucky Snowy weather Hot rods Mr. Douville's classes Get lost! St, Louis Blues Burdick, Gail Gail Latin Dachshunds Everyone Great snakes! April in Portugal Buzzi, Ruth Ruthie A highrhat boy The Rooombah! Cheering A-ah-dee! A Fool Was I Carlsson, Linea Nea Homogenized milk Bowling and poker Everybody Aw, come on! Secret Love Christin , john johnie School jazz music Football What. a doll! A Fool Was I Christina, Mary Chris Homework "Fritz' The kids Is that right? You Belong to Me Christina, Patricia Patty Homework Fred The gang I ' be dipped You Belong to Me Cini, David Dave Girls with wool stockings Basketball, girls and cars Music Sietta My Love, My Love Cone, George Georgie Girls A red model "A" Skipping school Mar? Kie Oh Mein Papa Coron, Ruth joanne Teasing "joey" Everyone and track meets No! 'Till I XValtz Again with You Costa, Donald Ozzie P, D. Girls fCindyj School Holy Cow! Many Times Costa, Francis Fran People who don t skate Skating Homework Berguge Qf You Cravinho, joseph joe Girls? Modern music The gang Real Cool Moonlight in Vermont Culver, Lrfgrer Let Alarm clock Baseball Freshman year I don't know! Ebb Tide Danko, Dorothea Dotty Surprize quizzes jack Study hall O. K. Hey! Blue Moon DiCesare, Edward Eddie Studying Dancing The boys Hero Stardust Donath, Clarenre Babe Shorthand homework "Hunting and Fishing" O. P. room Oh, yeah! I Believe D01-ich, Suzanne Suzie Writing this again Winter Sports Crowded table at lunch So? Ebb Tide Dyer, Rirhgrrd Dick Girls Food Trig tables Hot dog! I'm Walking Behind You Emmett, Robert Bob, B. E. jr. 'Chief B.B.B," Cars Homework? Hi, Gertrude! You Belong to Me Foley, George Rev, Surprize quizzes Her I rties The Bandits Wow! Blue M0011 Frasier, judirh judy Monday mornings New cars Good times N0 kiddin' Danny Boy Frechette, Ralph Ralph Stuck up girls Blondes Eleanor johnstone Blue -Moon Gensburg, Maxine Mac Class bells Good music Cheering Blast it! Black Magic , 721 -U ca I C?!!'S0!!- VCVUOU VCYD Girls Marianne "Cy" Morgan That's all! Why Don't You Believe Me C'!0l!C!!'f .l0l1U lOl1I1l1y Homework Dances The boys Confucious Can't Get Starte Hill, Paul Hill Billy Bad we ither Automobiles Mr. Douville How ibout that? Cool Water Hobilff, Mllfy Mary 'Bop Dancer ' Numero vingt trois My brother Bill Q-jr.j Pashing Home on the Range Hoelck, Albert Al Talkative girls in P.D. Fords Track team Oh! My head! Summertime Holland, Carol Carol People who "bop" R.P.D.S. Everybody I'm with you I Only Have Eyes for You HOlly, Albert Al School in general A Springfield blonde Betty Ann Goose it Dynaflow jeckel, Philip Phil Giggling females Cars O, P. Class When since? Changing Partners jessiman, Edwin Eddie Talkative women Mercuries Track Dig it, Boys Dragnet JOIICS, Gerald jerry English Betty Charlotte Allen For crow's kay! Crying in the Chapel Kain, Lois Loyice Chemistry Steve Cheering Howboot dat? Blue Tango Keane, Donald Don Homework Who knows? "S.H.S." It's corroded Rags to Riches Keane, Robert Bob School Stock cars Vacations What can I tell you? Lullaby of Birdland Kent, George Bunky Physics Modern music Being late Are you gone? Over the Rainbow Kiddy, Bette Bet Accuracy test a friend The kids Oh, my word It Is No Secret Ladd, Norman Hopper Lunch Racing to lunch You think, not? With These Hands Lanphere, Patricia Ann P. D. Art O. P. room Oh, no! Because LeValley, Warren Warren Women Women P. D. Snake eyes, why are you blue? You, You, You Lidestri, Mary Lid Conceited people Dancing and parties The gang and O. P. room Oh, I just love that! Rags to Riches Lopes, john johnny S-tudy hall Music Girls I'll say Rags to Riches Lord, Marjorie Marge Big wheels Russ Watching Russ play basketball I must say Love Me Again Mailhot, Annette Nette Conceited underclassmen Clothes and music The kids at S.H.S. I don't know Blue Moon .- CJ I5 C L. Marcotte, -lanet Shrimp Conceited people Eddie Fisher The kids Honest to Pete You'll Never Know Martley, Will am Billy Point Mad P.D. Fools Some certain girls Block L Study Hall Oh, for heaven's sake! You Belong to Me McGuire, Patricia Pat P, D. Music and Buddy The kids Oh Boy! Rags to Riches Medeiros, Theresa Terry Getting up early on Sunday Pizza The kids Honest! Mona Lisa Mitchell, Robert Mousey Having to go to s hool A "c rtain" girl Busines' cours Yea, I did! Changing Partners Morton, Barry Barry Rainy weather Swimming "Cy" Morgan There's no doubt about it! IBelieve Orlando, ,Ioan jo jack West Dancing Ernie Aw-com'on! Stranger in Paradise Pampel, Frederick Fred Rainy weekaends Patty High School Certainly My Heart Belongs to Only You Peirson, Fred Freddie Boats and skating School in general Summertime Pond, Barbara Bobbie Real serious people Reds Chemistry quizzes What can I say? Laughing on the Outside Previty, joseph .Ioey Facing the alarm clock! joanne The Teddy-bears That's a matter of opinion- Bells of St. Mary Quattromani, Patricia Patt jealousy and lazy people Tony French, the kids Oh, George! Because Remor, Ernestine Ernie Rainy week-ends Barney Study Halls For real? Blue Tango Richard, Mildred Mickey Homework Harry O. P. That's for me P. S. I Love You Richards, Frederick Fred or Cookie Wise guys Sports A little freshman girl What do you mean jellybean? Mission of St. Augustine Robert, Ronald Ronnie Teachers Block L Study hall Oh, Heavens! Ill Walk Alone Robinson, William Billy Chemistry Jessie Sports Not too Crazy Rags to Riches Rochette, Kenneth Kennie or Sam Quizzes Hot rods English with Mr, Foley just the facts, mam, that's all Dragnet Roderick, Rita Reet Second shift at Plax Next door neighbor Treasury position Gee Whiz! Stardust Rose, William Billy Being broke Nancy Certain junior girl Crazy, no? Harlem Nocturne Santos, johonor -Io A marine O. P. 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Return to S.H.S. af Coaches' Franklin Sylvia and Robert Siegel, who graduated from S.H.S. ten years ago, have returned as the coaches of football and basketball. Add Names' to Hall of Fame Kenneth Brown, Barry Morton, and Robert Browning engrave their names in Baseballs Hall of Fame. Dedicater P.a1Zl'NI'JJ'f01IlJII H oxpital Fred Pampel today made a speech dedicating the Pawmystonian Hospital. The staff has been announced and includes many S.H.S. 195-L graduates, who are: Dr. Ronald Walter, Dr. William Robinson and Dr. Joseph Previty. The nurses include, Pat Quattromani, Annette Mailhot, Janet Schiller, Jessie Spivey, Bette Sidebottom, Dorothea Danko, Joanne Sutcliffe, Mary Lidestri, Barb- era White, Lucy Stewartg and Joyce Worcester, dieticiang Greta Wolff and Pat Van Pelt, physical therapists, and Joanne Coron, dental hygienist. Wlith this excellent staff it will soon be one of the best hospitals in the country. Lecture on Political Sitttatiofz hj' Tzciur Ronald and Russell Brown are touring the world and explaining the political situation to the people. After the tour they hope to become President and Vice Presi- dent of the United States. Start Nea' Program George Kent and his band, Joe Cravinho, George Fo- ley, Billy Rose, have a television program of their own. Some of their star performers are Lester Culver, Pat Tan- ner, Ruth Buzzi and Marilyn Strickland. Their announcer is David Cini, Ann Lanphere draws the scenery. Becomes Prirzcipal of Stozzizzgtozz High School Kenneth Rochette, our class comedian, has returned as principal of S.H.S. Some of our other classmates who have joined the faculty are Eddie DiCesare and John Groppelli who teach mathematics. Theresa Medeiros is teacher of shorthand, Nancy Thomason teacher of typing and Maxine Gensburg teaches English. C oacher Cornell Team Robert Keane has been appointed head of the football team of Cornell and William Buck is his assistant. Ertahlirher New Record James Brown has astonished the world by his fast running in preparation for the coming Olympics. Win Indiafzapolir 500 Mile George Cone and John Christina today tied for the 500 mile at Indianapolis. Much credit goes to their me- chanics Jack West and Robert Mitchell. llfizzr Fame on Petro Ch76ll1l.fl1'J'B00k Nou' on Sale Lois Kain has at last finished her book Aon Petro-Chenr istry. lt is said she discovered her love for chemistry in her senior year at Stonington High School. Receive Parrage on First Rocket Ship to the Moon John Allen, John Archibald and Ralph Frechette left today on the first rocket ship to the moon. Become Agents for the Greatest Shou' on Earth Norman Ladd and Ronald Roberts are considered the greatest agents for the circus. Among their discoveries are Fred Watson, Vernon Gibson and Robert Berg as clowns and three great trainers of horses, John Lopes, Paul Hill and Robert Emmet. Their expert riders are Lucy Avery, Alice Ball and Judith Frazier. Become Delegatef for United Nations Joan Bickford and Gail Burdick have been recently announced as U. S. delegates to the U. N. Lectztre ou C0lI.I't?l'l'i2ll0lZ of Fish 1 The well known George Birkbeck and his two as- sistants, Clark Barnes and Edwin Jessiman, will give a lecture entitled, "The Conservation of Fish." Becomes Major of Stoizingtozz James Armstrong has been recently elected mayor of Stonington. Stop Volcaizoer Francis Costa and Fred Vega have at last found a way to control volcanoes. Start Girlie' School Linea Carlsson and Suzanne Donch have started a girls' school. It is reported to be a great success. Elected Prerideut of B. ll". A. A meeting of the Business Women of America took place in New York City today, Miss Joan Orlando, a private secretary from Hollywood, California, was elected president of the organization for the coming year. Others elected for office were Beverly Shaw, vice president, Mary Serrano, secretary, and Eileen Shea, treasurer. Other members present were Deborah Wilkinson, Mary Chris- tina, Nancy Ball, Janet Marcotte, Beverly Swain, Johonor Santos, Frances Spinnato, and Pat Scheller. Receive Holiorr in Service Many of the boys who joined the Air Force are now receiving honors. Among them are Captain Richard Dyer, First Lieutenant Francis Serrano, Major James Victoria, Second Lieutenants Philip Jeckel and Harold Sherman, and Colonel Albert Hoelck. Those receiving honors in the Army include Lieutenant Colonel Gerald Jones, Major Donald Keane, Captain Warren LeValley, and General Robert Whitford. Representing the Navy are Captain Charles Beal, Commodore William Martley, Ad- miral Albert Holly, and Commander Clarence Donath. The girls who are representing us in the Armed Services as Waves are Mildred Barber, Pat Christina, Jane Vars and Marie Savona. Those in the Wacs are Janet Watrous. Carol Holland, Marjorie Lord. Representing the Wfafs flfgllfj'-J'EZ'67Z are Pat McGuire, Roberta Taylor, Bette Kiddy and Mil- dred Richards. PI'flI'6'.l' In Be Crea! St1fe.r111i.1n Fred Richards today proved what a wonderful sales- man he was by selling television sets to S. H. S. students on condition that every night he would work out their Latin and French homework for the next day. lass I, Mildred Barber, do leave my silly manner in the class room to any one who can get away with it as long as I have, We, John Allen and Delbert Tillinghast, do will our roller skating feet at the K'Rink" to Bob Tattersall and Pat Algiers. I, john Christina, do will my position on the football team to George Luzzi. I, Clarence Donath, do will my quiet manner to Stan- ley Bennett. I, Lucy Avery, do will my helpfulness in the O.P. room to Gloria Rocha. I, ,lane Vars, do will to Virginia Catalano my quick temper. I, Marie Savona, do bequeath to Louise Catalano my ability to set my hair every night. I, Nancy Thomason, do will to Beverly Wilkinson my shining hair. I, joseph Previty, do will my "Hot Rod" to Malcolm Stinson. I, Barbara Pond, do will to Jane MacKnight my am- bition to participate in all activities. I, Dorothea Danko, do will my friendly manner to Anne Bailey. We, Alice Ball and Joyce Worcester, do will our shy- ness to Marion Frasier and Patricia Brown. I, Frances Spinnato, do will to Carol Clay my naturally curly hair. We, Lucy Stewart and Barbara White, do will our interest in Korea to absolutely no one. I, Janet Marcotte, do bequeath my ability to get straight A's to Louise Vars, I, john West, do leave my ability to play the guitar to Chick Rafuse. I, Donald Costa, do will to Bob Cini my jet black hair. We, Janet Watrous and Roberta Taylor, do will our "Sparkling Diamonds" to absolutely no one. I, Charles Beal, do will my ability to get along with everyone to Thomas Banks. I, Patricia Christina, do bequeath my cute features to Sandra Ritchie. I, Franklin Sylvia, do leave my roving eye to Victor Rebello. I, Eileen Shea, do will my 'Always Fresh Look" to Kathy Abbott. I, Bette Sidebottom, do will my never ending supply of chatter to Connie Culver. I, Jessie Spivey, do will my interest in a certain Senior boy to definitely no one. Win Fame ar Azzlhorr Barbara Pond, Ernestine Remor and Rita Roderick today published their third edition of their famous Math Book. Find 1301111141212 of Youlb Delbert Tillinghast and James Stewart have discovered the Fountain of Youth, It is said that Fred Pierson was the Hrst to drink from it. JESSIE SPIVEY GAIL BURDICK ill I, Marilyn Strickland, do will my love for dancing to Eleanor O'Brian. We, Patricia Tanner and Patricia Quattromani, do will our interest in certain boys to absolutely no one. I, Patricia Van Pelt, do will my ability to look well in anything I wear to Susan O'Neil. I, Fred Vega, do will my bright shirts and sweaters to joe Quattromani. I, George Kent, do will my love for music to Renny Stackpole. I, Annette Mailhot, do leave my position as "Editor- In-Chief" on the Brown and White Staff to a worthy underclassman. I, Robert Mitchell, do will my nickname "Mousy" to Robert Wfhewell, I, Barry Morton, do will my likable disposition to jack Bower. I, Patricia McGuire, do will my quiet ways to Irene Schultz. I, joan Orlando, do leave my ability to make points in P.D. to anyone who likes to talk as much as I do. I, Frederick Pampel, do bequeath my position as 'Class President" to Wayne Steadman. I, Fred Pierson, do leave my position on the cafeteria staff to john jessiman. I, Robert Emmet, do will my ambition to anyone who is willing to work for his class. I, Maxine Gensburg, do will my position on the cheer- ing squad to any Sophomore who will work as hard as I have worked. I, Vernon Gibson, do will my position as manager of the football team to Walter Savage. I, Mary I-lobart. do will to the prettiest girl in the junior class my title as "junior Prom Queen." I, Nancy Ball, do will my "Cute Hairdon to any jun- ior who can fix it as well as I can. I, Mary Lidestri, do will my wardrobe of nice clothes to Anna Roderick. I, Carol Holland, do will to Skip Ainsworth my col- lection of "Late Slips." I, Edwin jessiman, do leave the wayl can get into an argument in P.D. to any junior who dares oppose the girls. I, Lois Kain, do bequeath my tall, stately beauty to Marilyn Brown. I, Robert Keane, do will my ability to make a girl think she is the "Only 0ne" to anyone who dares give it a try. frvezzfy-eigbf I, Deborah Wilkinson, do will the beauty of my hair to Beverly Kasper. I, James Armstrong, do will my quiet sophistication to Neil Squadrito. I, Joan Bickford, do will my scholastic achievements to Gayla Savage. XWe, Russell and Ronald Brown, do bequeath our abil- ity to confuse everyone to the next set of twins at S.H.S. I, George Cone. do leave my slick red hot rod to any- one who has the time and money to buy one. I, Joanne Coron, do will my sweet little manner to Grace Bonomo. I, Joseph Cravinho, do leave my trumpet to Edwin Randall. We, Suzanne Donch and Linea Carlsson, do will our never ending friendship to Helen Kelleher and Edwina Shea. I, Ernestine Remor, do bequeath my quiet disposition to Celia Leone. I, Frederick Richards, do will my art for selling to Roger Panciera, who was willing to help his school. I, William Robinson, do will my love for football to Steve Godomsky. I, Kenneth Rochette, do will my ability to laugh at everything to Jack Maccione. I, Rita Roderick, do will my happy-go-lucky nature to Gail Brown. I, William Rose, do leave my "Bop" routine to any- one who has strength enough to do it. I, Robert Siegel, do will my ability on the basketball court to John Cunnian. I, Mary Christina, do will to Frances Tanner my win- ning personality. We, Lester Culver and Anne Lanphere, do will our artistic abilities to Nancy Armstrong and Janet Lawrence. I. Joanne Sutcliffe, do will my unlimited interest in the male sex to Jan Morosini. I, Warren LeValley, do will my height to Curt Brown. I, James Stewart, do will my apparent quietness in school to Peter Arnold. I, Fred Watson, do will my easily brought-on mirth to Ronald Gibson. I, Robert Whitford, do will to Douglas Gray my cow- boy boots. I, Bette Kiddy, do bequeath my sparkling eyes to Dorothea Mercier. I, Theresa Medeiros, do will my glossy black hair to Carol Platt. I, Ralph Frechette, do will to Robert Garbarino my quips in classes. I, George Foley, do bequeath my long line of beauties to anyone who has the stamina to chase them. I, John Lopes, do will my indifference to all things in general to Charles Holdredge. I, Paul Hill, do leave my ready-made laughter to Henry Rescigno. I, Francis Serrano, merely leave. I, Albert Holly, do leave my low voice to Dennis Keegan. I, William Martley, do leave my title as "Soda Jerk" to anyone who won't eat up all the profits. I, Beverly Shaw, do will my friendly smile to Barbara Jones. h I I, Norman Ladd, will take everything with me. We, Johonor Santos and Patricia Scheller, do will our witty remarks to Dianne Sousa and Nancy Moniz. I, Marjorie Lord, do will my interest in "him" to not a solitary "her." I, Gerald Jones, do will my neat appearance to Frank Jeffrey. I, Donald Keane, do leave my serene nature to Stanley Bennett. I, Ronald Robert, do will my wavy locks to Ernest Lopes. I, Ruth Buzzi, do will my white pick-up truck to any- one who can drive it as well as I can and drive it like a lady. I, Beverly Swain, do will my "Pretty Green Eyes" to Ina Hauptman. I, Dave Cini, do will my "ways with the girls" to Bernie Andrews, We, James Victoria and Ronald Walter, do bequeath our winning smiles to Robert Shackner and Ralph Bal- lato. We, Judith Frasier and Greta Wolff, do will our quietness in P.D. to Joyce West and Eileen Fiddes. We, Gail Burdick and James Brown, do will our abil- ity to giggle at all times to Shirley Smith and Kenneth Burgess. We, Albert Hoelck and Robert Browning, do will to Edwin Randall our flirtatious manner. I, Clark Barnes, do will my brains and brawn to Mike Cronin. I, Robert Berg, do will my blue Pontiac to George Dyer. I, George Birkbeck, do will my interest in farming to Jesse Miner. I, Kenneth Brown, do will my pitching ability to my next successor. I, William Buck, do will my position as basketball manager to the next Senior manager. I, Edward DiCesare, do will my silly ways to Anthony Engstrom. I, Philip Jeckel, do leave my "red cheeks" to Dave Fontanella. I, Janet Schiller, do will to Marianne Risica the dis- tance that I have to walk to school. I, Mildred Richards, do will to no one my memories at S.H.S.g instead I'll take them with me. I, Richard Dyer, do leave my fair understanding of Chemistry to Maureen Schackner. I. Mary Serrano, do will my dainty earrings to anyone who is brave enough to have her ears pierced. I, Harold Sherman, do will my quiet friendliness to Robert Gensburg. I, John Archibald, do will my endless supply of ques- tions to Jack Maccione. We, Edward DiCesare and John Gropelli, do will our friendship to Anthony Moosey and Rosario Longo. I, Francis Costa, do will my Hgentlemanly ways" to Douglas Gray. Signed, Jealecf, ,i7z1hli.i'hea' and declared lhir ar and for the lar! UV!!! and Terfamelzf. hy the Clfm' of 195-1, Stou- inglozz High School, in the prerence of nr and each of zu. who az! fheif 1'6qll6.S'fz1Il6Z7 in lheir ,breyefzce of each other have he1'e1fm'0 J'llb.ft'1'fb6'd our 7IcZl7I8.l' HJ 14'il11e.i'Je.t. MARIE SAVONA JOANNE SUTCLIFFE BETTE SIDEBOTTOM fzcezzfg'-izifze Class FRESHMAN YEAR 1950-1951 September 1950-One hundred and forty-five eager freshmen ended the pleasant summer vacation and en- tered Stonington High School. October 1950-Class elections were held and the fol- lowing students were appointed to be the class leaders: Robert Keane, president, Franklin Sylvia, vice-president, Linea Carlsson, secretary, and Rita Roderick and George Foley, Student Council representatives. Also at this time Mr. George Williamson was chosen as class adviser. December 15, 1950--Cheer and good-will reigned at the annual Freshmen Party, held in the gym which was decorated in the festive "Spirit of Christmas." SOPHOMORE YEAR 1951-1952 December 1951-The class elections showed a change this year in several offices. As president, Fred Pampel was chosen, vice-president, Franklin Sylvia, secretary, Ruth Buzzi, treasurer, Rita Roderick, and Student Coun- cil members, Ruth Buzzi, Maxine Gensburg, Ronald Walter, and George Foley, all serving as President Pam- pel's able assistants. April 14, 1952-The never to be forgotten Sopho- more Talent Show was presented as an assembly. Re- member the "Club '54" scene on stage with the typical atmosphere? Also that night the "Roaring Twentiesn Sophomores were represented in the annual play "No Place to Park" by Joseph Previty and George Foley as supporting players and with many more classmates serv- ing on various committees. May, 1952-"A Spring Garden" was the theme of the Sophomore Hop, the annual social feature of second year students. Do you recall the gaily decorated Maypole, the porch-like effect for the band and the flower bouquets that adorned the gym? May 22, 1953-Also during that month the Glee Club presented its annual variety show which included not a few Sophomores. In addition to the other events which occurred in May the cheerleaders were chosen. Elected were Ruth Buzzi, captain, and Maxine Gens- burg, Lois Kain, Janet Schiller, Joanne Sutcliffe, Jessie Spivey, and Patti Van Pelt as squad members. JUNIOR YEAR 1952-1955 November 1952-Elections for class officers followed the previous year quite closely. Fred Pampel was again president, vice-president, Ronald Walter, secretary, Ruth Buzzi, treasurer, Rita Roderick, and Student Council members, Ruth Buzzi, Marge Lord, Ronald and Russell Brown and James Stewart, January 1953-The talent of the Class of '54 was again displayed. This time it was the versatile Junior Talent Show. Remember the delightful French trio, the inimitable songs, and "The Killing of Dan McGrew?" February 24-26, 1953-At last the long anticipated date of departure for the Juniors' annual trip to the United Nations in New York City! Besides the thrill of "getting to the big city" there will remain in our mem- ories the visits to the United Nations Building, the shows, the typical "tourist haunts," and even the jaunts just gazing at the city itself. istory March 17, 1953-The Honor Society initiated ten Juniors with the traditional ceremonies and the tea for parents, teachers, and students. Admitted were James Armstrong, Joan Bickford, Linea Carlsson, Suzanne Donch, David Gately, Janet Marcotte, Joan Orlando, Ernestine Remor, Joanne Sutcliff and Ronald Walter. April 22, 1953-Ruth Buzzi was the representing Junior star in "The Heiress," the annual play along with Barbara Pond, who held a supporting role and many Juniors helped on the many committees. June 18, 1953-"My Blue Heaven"--whether it be the song or just the words will bring to mind the very romantic Junior Prom. Remember the smiling moon keeping watch over the "young lovers" and sporting an even wider grin when Mary Hobart was crowned Prom Queen with Pat Christina, Marge Lord, Barbara Pond, Jessie Spivey, Patti Van Pelt and Debbie Wilkinson as her court. Also during June, Patti Van Pelt and Russell Brown were selected to attend the annual "Nutmeg State Conference" at the University of Connecticut. SENIOR YEAR 1953-1954 September 1955-The "Brown and White" announced the following officers: Editor-in-chief, Annette Mailhot, assistant editor, Suzanne Donch, business editor. Linea Carlsson, and sports editor, Patti Van Pelt. October 1953-Class elections were held to choose those who would lead the Seniors through their final year. Chosen were: Fred Pampel, president, Ronald Walter, vice-president, Ruth Buzzi, secretary, Rita Rod- erick, treasurer, and Student Council members Ruth Buzzi, Barbara Pond, Rita Roderick, Eileen Shea, Ronald and Russell Brown, George Foley, and Ronald XY'alter. The popular Washington Club was formed and sever- al fund-raising activities planned. Not to be omitted is the Yearbook Staff with James Armstrong at the helm directing the groups' activities. Other officers on the staff are Maxine Gensburg and Suzanne Donch as co-literary editors. November 11 and 26, 1953--Our football team made the year memorable by defeating Westerly in the two traditional games. With the winning of the Thanksgiving Day Game the coveted Moore Trophy was brought to SHS for the iirst time. November 1955-The Senior Talent Show brought down the house with the students' performances. Who will ever forget the famous Buzzi version of the "Can- Can"? January 9, 195-i-The Washington Club presented the Jazz Concert which was a great success. The orchestra in- cluded two of the Senior Class, George Kent playing piano and Joseph Cravinho the trumpet. January 23, 195-1-Balloons, tempting cotton candy, gaudy booths offering prizes, and the orchestra on the carousel-do these things bring to mind a memory? Cer- tainly, it was the annual Senior Prom and as its theme was the "Carnival of Love." March 1954-Oiiicers for the Honor Society were chosen and the initiation ceremonies were held for the incoming Juniors. April 19-24, 1954-Our fondest dreams were ful- fbiriy filled. The trip to Washington was completed even be- fore it seemed it had begun. The group saw the seat of the nation's government, wandered about the capital and visited some historical places of interest. Will anyone ever forget the Capitol all lighted up at night, the shin- ing affirmation of our democracy? May 1954-The Glee Club again presented its annual show. This year it had an international flavor with songs and dances from many a country. June 1954-Class Day arrived and with it the warm spring sun which showered its warmth on the traditional Class Day activities which included the presentation of the class gift and the planting of the ivy. June 1954-Commencement exercises were held and those who began their high school career four short years ago reached the end of their first goal, Now the eyes of the new graduates will be turned to the shining light of some new and higher achievement which will be at- tained only after diligent efforts on their part. SUZANNE DONCH Lois KAIN CLASS ODE TUNE: Seplezzzber Song Dear Stonington the time Has come for us to part, And so we leave With fond thoughts in our heart. The four years which weve spent In your dear hallowed halls. Have brought the things That have meant most of all. Wfe will all strive to bring Honor to your name In the present And future And with these last few words Well say adieu Dear Sl-l.S., Farewell to you. ANNETTE MAILHOT lbirlj'-one FIRST ROXWfleft to right4Mi'. Shea, Ann McKenzie, Mary- ann Mellmv, Audrey Wfilkinson, Frances Tanner, Grace Bonomo, Nancy Moniz, -lane MacKnight, Susan O'Neil, Maryanne Stliack- ner, Gail Brown, Caroline Roux, Theresa Sylvia, Anna Rose Roderick, Barbara Hess, Irene Schultz, Nadine Panciera. SECOND ROW-Assuntii Caputo, -Ioycelyn Alhro, Dorothea Mercier, Nancy DeMoura, Giovanna Orlando, Beverly Ostman, -Ian Morosini, Maryanne Risica, Catherine Ahhott, 'lane Stewart, Edwina Shea, Helen Kelleher, ,Ianet Greene, Catherine Vincent, Gloria Rocha, Maureen Schackner. THIRD ROXV-Rosanne Levanti, .Iacqueline Bailey, Louise Vars, Lois Fife, Beverly Brooks, Barhara Siller, Renee Wfood- row, Maureen Steele, Frances Finnegan, Patricia Brown, Nancy CLASS Lamh, Barhara Iones, Constance Culver, Carole Platt, Ga5la Savage. FOURTH ROXXf4Ann Marie Pescatello, Vlanet Lawrence. Carol Clay, Helen McKenna, Marilyn Falck, .Ioyce XX'est. Ina Hampt- man, Louise Gagne, Shirley Smith, Sally Kariala. Diane Sousa. Nancy Armstrong, Lorraine Pia, Ellen Wfhitford. Mary Ann Bi- anchi, Evelyn Ikiiasofski. FIFTH ROW'R4lSC Marie Sammataro. Cecelia Leone. Anne Foley, Audrey Coats, -Ioyce Rathhun. Eileen Fiddes. Irene Noel. Barhara Kenyon, Sandra Ritchie, Harriet Mitchell. Marion Fras- ier, Anita York, Hazel Campbell, Violet Hazard, Shirley Horne. Carolyn Burdick, Patricia Cartier. OF 955 FIRST ROW-left to right-Ernest Lopes, Edward Heffernan, Charles Holdridge, Ricardo Sylvia, Gerald Reynolds, Edwin hlette, Vincent Faillace, Richard Arruda, Wiirren Banker, Allen Arnold, Ronald Wcvrcester, Anthony Moosey, Robert Garharino, Iarnes Fish, Ross Aiello, Kenneth Lamphere. SECOND ROW-Dixuglas Bfayman, Alfred Rel-lello, cal-1 johnson, joseph Holly, Thomas Banks, Renny Stackpole, Rohert fbi VI-y Swain, XXfilliam Hohart, jesse Miner, Douglas Gray, XY'ayne Steadman, Kenneth Main, Ronald Wfhewell, -Iohn -Iessiman. -lack Cunnian, Rosario Longo. THIRD ROW!-Anthony Engstrom, David Truss, Morris Thorp, Kenneth Burgess, -Iohn Grills, Norman McNeil, Neal Squadrito, Frank jeffrey, ,Iohn Carocari, Michael Cronin, David Smith, Williiini Shea, ,Iohn Songdahl, Edward Randall. -lily! :mic FIRST ROW-left to right-Louise La Buda, Beverly Santos, Elaine Howard, Maryann Gingerella, Marjorie Balestracci, Pa- tricia Donahue, Phyllis Anderson, Gail Steele, Barbara Costa, Brenda Riley, Dorothy Robinson, Heather Anderson, Frances Brown, Josephine Gandolti. Elizabeth Kenyon, Faith Keegan. SECOND ROW-Helen Oliver, Rose Ollerman, Gretchen Mill- er, Mary Lou Foley, Alice Burdick. Marion Tillinghast, Barb- ara Burdick, Ann Holdridge, Beverly Kasper, Marjorie Newton, CLASS Q janet Ball, joan Rafuse, Anne Bailey, Eleanor O'Brien, Cather- ine Lennihan, joan Wheeler, Diana Tatro, THIRD ROW-Roberta Bailey, Carol Walsh, Josephine Per- rone, Marjorie Darling, Elizabeth Curran, Agnes Kessler, San- dra Banks, Marilyn Stebbins, Patricia Lord, Betty Barnes, Elace Dart. Marylin Brown, Ruth Foley, -Ioan McMahon, Harriet McNeil, Mary Keegan, Thelma Larkin, Alcinda Monsam, Mary Lou Coffey. OF '56 f Q -L L , V , N. - FIRST ROW-left to right-Emery Bassett, Hector Choquette, Donald LoPresto, Charles Rafuse, Fred Grills, Victor Saddow, James Sisk, john Da Silva, Malcolm Stinson, Nuno.Rendeiro, Richard Santos, john Alexander, Thomas Kiddy, Ronnie Gibson. SECOND ROW-joe King, Richard Brustolon, Frank Allen, Ronald Aversa, Walter Brown, Kenneth Ravenelle, Louis Brant, Billy Edgar, Ralph Ballato, Steve Godomsky, Peter Larke, Thomas Costa, jack Maccione, Anthony Cravinho, joseph Quat- tromani, joseph DeFrias. THIRD ROW-William Clay, Steve Cushman, George Dyer, Christopher Creamer, Robert johns, William Higgins, Peter Balestracci, Richard Main, Robert Doughty, Henry Resigno, Robert Tattersall, Bob Schackner, Walter Sicard, Alden Main, Richard Massey, john Choquette, William Pray, David Mar- chand, Arnold Lema, David Brennan, Stanley Bennett. FOURTH ROW-Richard Gaynor, Victor Rebello, Walter Sav- age, john Bower, Robert Staplin, Nils Carlsson, Charles Roess- ler, james Cavanaugh, Peter Arnold, Wayne Lawrence, Curtis Brown, Nelson Durham, Robert Barnes, William Lazarek, Den- nis Keegan, Bernard Andrews, Joseph Joseph, David Fontanella, Daniel Burley, Roland Woodrow. lbirfy-fb1'ee FIRST ROW-left to right-Mr. Bunker, Margarite Rusch, Lucy Sylvia, Pat Radicioni, Carlene Mitchell, Leonora Bellerose, Cynthia Bonardi, Cathy White, Margaret Comolli, Carol Cidale, Ann Beresford, Jane Shea, Beverly Wilkinson, Virginia Catalano. SECOND ROW-Doris Burgess, Barbara Sherman, Carolyn Woodrow, Barbara Bradley, Annie Herbert, Joyce Cole, Lu- cille Costa, Carolyn Fry, Joyce Danesi, Sandra Siller, Carole Zeller, Nancy Bennett. THIRD ROW-Jean Duerr, Beverly Panciera, Maureen Mor- rissette, Jacqueline Larkin, Marie McLaughlin, Elaine Janeiro, CLASS Alice Richard, Kathleen Colechia, Noreen Trant, Susan Rose, Joan Grills. FOURTH ROW-Juanita Malone, Joan Rindell, Virginia Avery, Elaine Dart, Jane Burdick, Sandra Greene, Ann Smith, Linda Baird, Shirley Bradley, Judy Nichols, Pat Lewis. FIFTH ROW-Joyce LeValley, Dorothy Schatz, Noreen Ratti- gan, Philomena Meringolo, Sandra Aversa, Sandra Keegan, Mary Ellen Brosnihan, Mary Leone, Sandra Ferrigno, Ann Krawiec, Doris Browning, Veronica Santos. OF '57 SITTING ON FLOOR-Robert Gensburg. FIRST ROW-left to right-George Babonas, Andre Pasqua- lin, Vfalter Brown, Joseph Travers, Raymond Peirson, Robert Kale, David Wilson, Frank Clay, Thurman Banks, Robert Miner, James Whitehead, Robert Clemens, John Santos, John Mitchell, Anthony Sylvia. SECOND ROW-Steven Palmer, Roger Panciera, Charles Dias, Joseph Abbott, Robert Schiller, Kenneth Wilcox, Louis Clarke, Joseph Sousa, George McGugan, David Jopson, Dick Rankin, Vincent Hazard, Louis Allyn, Robert Medbery, Bernard Belisle, James Crowley, William Stewart, Charles Chiappone, James Steel, Harold McLaughlin, Robert Cini. THIRD ROW-Charles Main, George Luzzi, Russell McLaugh- lin, Theodore Ball, Richard Lima, James Stillman, Edward Harrison, Rodney Sweet, Donald Prunier, LeRoy Taylor, George Whewell, William Page, Clifton Foster, William Sears, Richard Dimock, Leon Whewell, Thomas Tetlow, James Sisk, Andrew Noel, Frank Barbonas, George Wiles. lfyirly-four ACTI ITIES V4 faxkx ff ' , xxx I I XX ill? ,f ' i N y ,ff ff rx , , Y x ,xv 1 ,Z ' XXX T, 4 , ' . X KA' ,iii f '." X' 'Nl' - .Q I I- ' A' Di m f T iffff - X' 6' -it-1 ,f KN 1 V N V V ' K 0 f , "J . J , f W, ' fx KN U1-QAM N K 1 ,f X "X, Q -49 ty I .R s Mfr gi Y QS 31, 1 1 -- K VV 1 X , L . if F, f X1 ' ' X 1 --5 2? 'a Q ,,,xgZ41 Q , Q -1. fff as w Q.-NM fbirly-,fix Q .- A J E A . ,- l IJ 'II T .. ., m 1, C C - 6 ,.A tl. S .L L C 5 'LJ C Z -4 4 'U CI .1 'D L4 G U ': LJ I A., ll C 3 C E E- C '2 J .C 3 T3 Q O C C 'C . NJ, X-4 N.-I -94 .ri I C E ,-A ' : .. Vi LJ 'U - -. 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Katherine Abbott, Beverly Ostman, Barbara Sherman, Nancy Ball, Bette Kiddy, Mildred FIFTH ROW-,loseplm Abbott, Clark Barnes, Wrirren LeValley, Richard Dyer, Robert Richard, joan Grills, Nancy Bennett, Noreen Trant, Annie Herbert. Barnes, Walter Savage, Walter Sicard, Frederick Vlatson, Albert Hoelck, Nils Carlsson THIRD ROW-Carral Cidale, Charles Dias, Robert Gensburg, Robert Cini, Frederick Coddington Billings, Ronald Brown, David Cini, Russell Brown, Richard Main, Doug Peirson, Raymond Peirson, james Steele, james Crowley, Benjamin jenkovich, Louis Gray. AA 1 i T 1 r rvw 7 rvw lx 1 r-4 'N lbirly-Hilfe L ,L C .-1 5, -C T 5 a 2 C cu y-W c: : .: 'L' E H- : D - P 2 -5 5 U 3 5 C c: W can 7' Z C 6 , , -E XU C C5 I: O x. T4 C 2 "1 N5 C 3:1 E C1 4 N Z S ., r-I :L CI ..: E E .. - 5 HE mf 5 - 5 'Z Z 1: T' 5 J E Q if C 3 Cd - .' FE ag r g cc az S730 Q.-Lu. vzhfg ZQEE :gi . .- 0.43 ,wg Cu gi. 22,5 .ww Ei-1 in I-4Cg 'II'Cf':: 2:5 Q53 .E ,W n:.w.E Q21 .-.y E56 C . 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U-I 3 O cd Q DG E 1- 'U x. ii i E V- Q F3 in .LIU L3 WCG J USE 'vu ul: :E ck-1 ,JA 1: E3 ..,,, 22 Q JZ. 3 , .c:: PIU EY! 'NF' Q4 .C C. .. :wi D- , :E Cm 'EF Eu mu. . il SXT! :E -if 'JD . 2 fri' 7:11 gf: wi :E ':: 'Q-E 'J Em, 2.-E Q5 c. 77 TRAFFIC SQUAD I f f 4 7 f ,Vw y V - , I Sf Z ,I fx -S ,z ZA- 3 ,f-ft SITTING-Giovanna Orlando, I-Ielen McKenna. FIRST ROW-left to right-Mary Christina, Mildred Barber, Irene Schultz, Grace Bonomo, joycelyn Albro, Mary Lidestri, Deborah Wilkinscmn, Joanne Coron, SECOND ROW-Frances Finnegan, Gloria Rocha, Rosann BROWN AND fir! 'ILWZ Levanti, Sandra Sprague, Lois Fyfe, jane MacKnight, Ann Marie Pesratello, Carol Platt, Maureen Steele, Susan O'Neil. THIRD ROW-Nancy' Lamb, Nancy Thomason, Susan Caputo, Beverly Ostman, Eileen Fiddes, Patricia Scheller, Lucy Avery, .Ian Morosini, Suzanne Donch, Mary Ann Bianchi. WHITE STAFF Q ' , ' 45 f - ' as 'Y S' ss K as . s - 5 K - - Q I s is S A , e r 1 W. Nffssae I. is ak X ss Q s ' , Z X J fr G1 SQA? A W X 2 ' - e S 5 , , 2 fc, , fssvwgyfsgfr df? Vue Nat. Q x Se S e - . i Q I," , ,z I we gf , we 5 5 f A 5 1 , -- we as 1 s NV . f ' ' V. ' ,f' . ' fini- A Xia ef' ti E S SX' fav T Q jf I ,, , n v , W, - L . I , t . L y Q . 4 , . f' 'w se S' if its Q , fe- .S N A 2 sk I 4 f , I s. W,., F 4 , if-I I, I X Y ss - Q, . s , i 2 N f ' X it f fe y W 5 - s- s X X ' .. " f .J ' ,T 'K-' " , ' V Ss' E .s W I ' V, , .1 '-g' - n me if Q ' A X X ' S 3 , - . 0 .Q ' QI 'FIT KRD s , S - S c I 1' 1 , , S + is 1 PM 'Q 3 T .eq ' FIRST ROXW-left to right-Ivlary Lou Foley, Anne Bailey, Lester Culver, Ann McKenzie, Gayla Savage, Suzanne Donch, Annette Ixlailhot, Patricia Van Pelt, Maryann Schackner, Robert Mitchell, Ioan Wfheeler, Marjorie Lord. SECOND' ROW-Gretrlnen Miller, Rosemarie Sannmataro, Grace Bonomo, Beverly Kasper, Anne I-Ioldridge, Agnes Kess- ler, Betty Barnes, Rita Banks, Mrs, Cronin, Theresa Sylvia, Wfalter Brown, Douglas Gray. THIRD ROXV-Lois Kain, Maureen Schackner, Fred Peirson, Mary Ann Bianchi, Mary Lou Coffey, Marjorie Darling, ,lane McKnight, Susan O'Neil, Rosann Levanti, Ann Marie Pescatello, Joanne Coron, joan Bickford, Barbara Pond, Maxine Gensburg. forly ORCHESTRA S59 SEATED-left to righthRobert Barnes, Charles Dias, Charlen ward Randall, Jacqueline Bailey, Joseph Abbott, Thomas Law Wfheeler, Nancy Ball, Shirley Bradley, Susan Rose, Maureen Wfoodrow Klewin. Morrissette, Jean Duerr, Stephen Volinsky, Wendell Wliip- BACK ROW-Ernestine Remor, Joan Wheeler, Renny Stack ple. Mary Ann Bianchi. Beverly Panciera, George Kent, Ed- pole. BAND FRONT ROW-left to right-Giovanna Orlando, Mary Lou BACK ROW-Janet Lawrence, Joan McMahon, Edward Ran Foley Joseph Abbott, Barbara Burdick, Jacqueline Bailey, Elea- dall, Beverly Panciera, Renny Stackpole, Mary Ann Bianchi nor Cj'Brien, Anne Bailey. George Kent, Josephine Perrone, Sandra Keegan. forty-wie DRAMATICS CLUB . .f,. r F - . F C R f W 1 s 'ge is I Nh FIRST ROW'-left to right-Giovanna Orlando, Patricia Chris- tina, Frances Spinnato, Mary Lidestri. Mildred Barber, Joyce- lyn Albro. SECOND ROW'-Deborah XX'ilkinson. Helen Mclienna, Mary Ann Bianchi, Eileen Shea, Mary Christina. Mariorie Lord, Ann lNICKenzie, Ruth Buzzi, Carol Holland. THIRD ROW'-Bette Sidebottom, Annette Mailhot. Carol Clay. Diane Sousa. Gail Brown. Sandra Ritchie. Patricia Scheller. As- sunta Caputo. Mary Hobart. Nancy Armstrong. Patricia Tanner. FOURTH ROXY'4Carolyn Roux, Edward Randall. XY'ayne Steadman. Robert Keane. Lester Culver. Robert EITIITICK. George Foley, George Kent. joseph Preyity, Barbara Pond. bfildresil Richards. DRIVER EDUCATION Left to right-jesse Miner, Mr. XY'illiamson, Lois Rain, Fred- erick Vega, Greta Xwolff, loan Bicktord. Suzanne Donch, Robert Mitchell, Barbara Pond, Annette Mailhot, Elizabeth Sidebottom, ,loanne Coron, Joanne Sutcliffe. vlrffflj-lll'f1 SENHHRCHEERLEADERS Left to right-Lois Kain, Maxine Gensburg, Joanne Sutcliffe, Ruth Buzzi, Patricia Van Pelt, Janet Schiller, Jessie Spivey. JUNHHICHEERLEADERS 5 f " ' Lf V rg Left to right-Grace Bonomo, Gail Brown, Cecelia Leone, Maryanne Scliackner, Susan O'Neil, jane McKnight, Katherine Abbott forty-three CAFETERLXSTAFF f Z f FIRST ROW-left to right-Mary Ann Gingerella, Sandra Kee- gan, Patricia Donahue, Mrs, Lawrence, Mrs. Bradley, Mrs. Platt, Susan jones, Frances Brown. SECOND ROW-Ann Holdridge, Barbara Burdick, Fred Rich- ards, Mary Lidestri, Carol Platt, Lois Fyfe, Patricia Christina, Mary Ann Bianchi, Frances Spinnato, Sandra Sprague, Patricia Tanner. Mary Christina, Thelma Larkin, Stephen Palmer, Mar- jorie Newton, joan Wheeler, Mrs. Wheeler, THIRD ROW+Eileen Shea, Nancy Thomason, Fred Mildred Richards, Carol Clay, John jessiman, XX'illiam Martley, Peirson, Willitim Sears, Rodney Sweet, Harold Vfhite, Fred Pampel. Maureen Schackner, Gayla Savage, Robert Mitchell, Patricia Scheller, janet Schiller, Helen McKenna. SCIENCE CLUB Y . aa " 2' , A ig SITTINGe-left to rightfCarol Cidale, Audrey Victoria. FIRST ROW-Sandrir Siller, Iklarlene Cirioni, Marjorie Bal- estracci, Doris Browning, Mary Leone, -lames Stewart, -lohn Miner, Maureen Morrissette, ,Ioan Grills, .lane Shea, Angela Miceli, Sandra Ferrigno. SECOND ROW!-Mr. Bunker, Louis Allyn, Robert Medbery, George Wildes, Charles Chiappone, Beverly Wilkinsimn, Diane Siller, ,lean Duerr, Sally jones, Beverly Panciera, joe Abbott, Thurman Banks, Robert Schiller, Mr. Carlin. THIRD ROXX'-Donald Prunier, Robert Gensburg, Robert Clemens, Flace Dart, Cathy Wfhite, Ann Marie Krawiec, Cynthia Bonardi, -Ioyce LeValley, jane Burdick, Annie Herbert, Ray- mond Peirson, Andre Pasqualine, George Wfhewell, VC'illiam Page. for'l-1'-fwfr' BIOLOGY CLUB S X "ka, -- Q 4 FIRST ROW-left to right-Elizabeth Kenyon, Irene Schultz, -Ioan Rafuse Emery Bassett, Louise Lahuda, Pa- Bette Kidcly. tricia Cartier, Nadine Panciera, Josephine Gandolphi. SECOND ROW'-Lorraine Pia, Anthony Engstrom, Nancy Lamb, Richard Dyer, Jerry Reynolds, janet Marcotte, Richard White, Maureen Steele. THIRD ROW-Clarence Coogan, .Ianet Lawrence, Peter Larlce, Arnold Lema, Charles I-Ioldridge, Barbara Siller, Helen Mc- Kenna, Sandra Sprague, Bernard Andrews. William Shea, Lois Q X P n r-.W Fyfe, .Ioseph Joseph, Robert Staplin, Mary Ann Bianchi, INIar ion Tillinghast, Theresa Sylvia, .lack Maccione, Robert Kiddy. Robert Swain, Renay XY'oodrow, Ronald Wfhewell, lNIr. Carlin. FOURTH ROW'-Eleanor O'Brien, Barbara Burdick, Beverly Kasper, Agnes Kessler, Marilyn Stebbins, Ellen Whitford, Caro David Smith, Betty Barnes, Beverly Ostman, Carol Clay, Nancy Armstrong, Diane Sousa, Annette Mailhot, -Ian Morosini, Gio vanna Orlando, Mary Lou Foley. OFFICE PRACTICE :gf r 3 4 T Frances Spin- FIRST ROW'-left to right-Patricia McGuire, nato, IXIary Lidestri, Deborah XX'ilkinson, Theresa Medeiros. Patricia Christina, janet Marcotte, -Iohonor Santos. I SECOND ROW-Lifts. Stewart, Mildred Barber, Eileen Shea, Marjorie Lord, Beverly Swain, Beverly Shaw, Alice Ball, Mary ,, 2. Serrano. Anne Lanphere, Bette Kiddy, Carol Holland, Mari Christina, Robert Mitchell. THIRD ROV'--lane Vars, Lucy Avery, Patricia Scheller, .lu dith Frasier, Clarence Donath, Philip -Ieckel, -Ioan Orlando, Mildred Richard, Nancy Thomason, Nancy Ball . fmfj-fi! e line Roux. Jacqueline Bailey, Robert Barnes, Warren LeValley, CHESS CLUB 'Yi 'iz SITTING-Beverly Santos. FIRST ROW-left to right-joseph Travers, Gail Steele, Rob- ert Kale, Barbara Costa, Robert Cini, james Crowley, Brenda Riley, Robert Miner, Maryanne Gingerella, john Mitchell. SECOND ROXV-Kenneth Lanphere, Steven Palmer, Faith Keegan, Charles Rafuse, Thelma Larkin, Ross Aiello, Diane DISCUSSI : -s' c 'SC ii X i S Y ' - .N 1 A .y V, ., , . ,,,, ca.- N, 5 N......Zs Vars, john DaSilva, Marjorie Newton, Richard Rankin, james Whitelnead. THIRD RO'xVHRoland 'xVoodrow, Richard Lema, Richard Dimock, Edwin Randall, joseph Holly, Edward Harrison, john jessiman, Lester Culver, Christopher Creamer, Edwin jette, Richard Belisle. ON CLUB 00 , if FIRST ROXW-left to right-Marion Frasier, Dorothea Mercier, joycelyn Albro, Mildred Barber, Patricia Donahue, Catherine Lenihan, Carol Platte, Patricia Quattromani, Ann Lanphere, jo- anne Coron, joan Bickford, Cecelia Leone, Frances Tanner, Audrey Wilkinscin, Giovanni Orlando, Harriet Mitchell. SECOND ROW!-Miss Nania, Marion Tillinghast, Lois Fyfe, Helen McKenna, Nancy Moniz, Eileen Shea, Patricia McGuire, Mary Lidestri, Patricia Tanner, Mary Christina, josephine Per- rone, Carolyn Burdick, Ann Foley, Frances Spinnato, Deborah Wilkinscin, Patricia Christina, jan Morosini, Ina Hauptman, Carol Holland, Theresa Sylvia, Carol Burdick, Gretchen Miller. THIRD ROW!-'Anna Rose Roderick, Harriet McNeil, jacque- line Bailey, Alcinda Monsam, Marilyn Stebbins, joan McMahon, Nancy Thomason, Assunta Caputo, Carol Clay, Caroline Roux, Beverly Ostman, Barbara Pond, Mildred Richard, Patricia Scheller, Mary Hobart, jane Vars, judith Sullivan, Mary Lou Coffey, Nancy Armstrong, Alice Ball, Ann Holdridge. frlflj' IX' -J . CAMERACLUB t t 2 ..,,, FIRST ROVU-Jacqueline Larkin, Jean Shea, Joan Wheeler, SECOND ROW-Stanley' Bennett, Patricia Radicioni, Josephine Delbert Tillinghast, Edwin Jessiman, Anthony Moosey, Shirley Perrone, Albert Hoelck, Robert Tattersall, Frank Allen, John Bradley, Margaret Ann Comolli, Patricia Lewis. Allen, Kathleen Colechia, Noreen Trant. SCLUB FIRST ROW-left to right-Maxine Gensburg, Patricia Van O'Neil, Kathy Abbott, Joseph Previty, Franklin Sylvia, Ralph Pelt, Jessie Spivey, Ruth Buzzi, Lois Kain, Janet Schiller, Joanne Ballato, Robert Browning, Miss Thavenet, Mr. Fabriciint. THIRD ROW-Albeirt Hoelck, Williiini Buck, George Foley. S l'r'f . SECGIXID ROW'-Mr. Carlin, Mr. Douville, Jack Cunnian, Charles Beal, Edwin Jessiman, Kenneth Brown, Russell Brown, William Robinson, Robert Keane, Grace Bonomo, Cecelia Le- Barry Morton, Frank Jeffrey, Michael Cronin, Neil Squadrito, one Gail Brown. 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Mary Lou Foley, joseph DeFrias, Mr. XX'illi.un Grilhn. ffn'1,3-:lille SPCJRTS Baseball Football X' L -R N , , ,g-45, 1 f , A T2 T ,EA fr' K, 2 2, 3538 WN , g Q Q, its ,ix .J ff, 'N N., Xxx ,. 'j .ff : X N xx 51 1 NX 8 fx N4 f 1 .f f qw ' K gel A Q Q 7 ' 3 T 1 J xl RONALD WALTER, BARRY MORTON I L . "' QQ--ans lb Basketball JESSIE SPIVEY FRANK SYLVIA Track Basketball f V ...,.,.,,. R.. 146462-V' , 1 TRW ' 4 Y ,. 3 -2 ""-" , f , e.,.,,, , V , x i X wa J , V X ,,.. . , .,.,.,, Q, Lf: - ' ff N A :W 'fffiif Q , j, f 1 Z? 1, f :U V K' 2 Ll If K V 2 ff' v WILLIAM ROBINSON, ALBERT HOELCK, -JOSEPH PREVTTY FRANK SYLVIA, ROBERT SIEGEL, RUSSELL BROXXN fj BASKETBALL xx 20 FIRST ROW'-Mr. Fabricant. Robert Siegel. Russell Brown, SECOND ROW'-Ronald Viforccstcr, -Iamcs Cavanaugh, Ronald Franklin Sylvia. Brown, XVaync Lawrence, Barry Iwlortun, David Cini, Neal Squadrito, ,Iohn Cunnian. BASEBALL FIRST ROW-left to right-Mr. Fabricant. Kenneth Brown, drcw5, Ronald Worcester, William Shea, Peter Arnold, Peter Norman Morton, Ronald Walter, jack Cunnian, Ralph Ballato. Larlce SECOND ROW-Henryf Rescigno, Walter Sicard, Bernard An- THIRD ROW-William Lazarek, Gerald Ruynolds. Clgirlcs Hvldfedyi ,IOIWH Brophy, Robert Johns, George Birkbeck. filly -one W iff-1-167'66 TRACK 3' WN! N ffl l G FIRST ROW-left to right-Neal Squadrito, Michael Cronin, Williani Robinson, Albert I-Ioelck, joseph Prcvity, Edward blessirnan, Conch Carlin. SECOND ROWfJLlIT1CS Brown, Robert Tuttcrsall, Clark NJN K NN George Luzzi, Charles Rafuse, john Main. ROW-Frederick Watson, Arnold Lima, Richard rank Raymond, David Brennan, Raymond Abbott, Peter Barnes, THIRD Lima, F Arnold. GIRLS'BASKETBALL FlRST ROW'-Mina Tlmvcnct, Patriciil Donahue, Cucclia Lconc, Marx' Lou Coffey, Bnrlm1r.1 Pond, ,lcssiu Spivuy, G.iiI Burdick, Line' Ivfclinight, -lllliflllt' Coron, Bonnie Orlando. 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Since their two-game streak, the Bears have been de- feated in three consecutive games, twice by Fitch -i-3 and 11-19 in practice games before their conference games get under way. Their third defeat was suffered at the hands of the Alumni team 6-1. The Bears remaining scheduled games are as follows: May 11 New London Away May 13 Norwich Away May 1-i Fitch Home May 18 Killingly Home May 20 Norwich Away May 25 Fitch Away May 31 Westerly Home June 3 Westerly Away 1954 Football Schedule September 19 Killmgly September 26 WilSOH October 3 Fiffh October 10 SUIPICS October 17 Notre Dame October 24 Plainville October 31 Southington November 1 1 Westerly November 26 Westerly BASKETBALL This year's basketball team has been one of the very best that has ever played for Stonington High School. Special congratulations go to Wayne Lawrence for his appointment to the all State Team, and also to Russ Brown who made second team. Each and every boy has shown the willingness to play hard which is a characteristic of a true sports- man. Their spirit has been matchless, whether win or lose. Their record for the year also shows that the year has been a very successful one, and each and every per- son will remember this out-standing group of boys in years to come. Co-captains Brown, Siegel, Sylvia. TRACK Because many of the varsity men have returned to the S.H.S. track team this year, everyone concerned is quite certain that a successful year is ahead of us. Coach Carlin has done a great job coaching the run- ners and field men. Many thanks and much gratitude should be given to such seniors as Bill Robinson, Joe Previty, Jeff Brown, Al Hoelck, Ed Jessiman, Clark Barnes, jim Armstrong, and to underclassmen such as: Curt Brown, Mike Cronin, Bob Tattersall, and Neal Squadrito. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Progress was slow in the beginning, but fortunately the girls completed their season most favorably by twice defeating W.M.I. Their motto surely must have been, "lt is the enjoyment in playing the game that's im- portant and not who the winner is." Again, team work was an essential characteristic of the group and a great deal of spirit was poured forth. fifty-Jeifen Z FRESHIIIAN COACH I-IIQAD COACH LINE COACH MCKENNA DOUVILLIQ CARLIN SQUADRITO, ARNOLD, GODOIIISKY, COACH CARLIN MOORE TROPHY CRONIN, PREVITY, ROBINSON, SYLVIA, COACH DOUvII.I.Iz fiflj'-eight COACH DOUVILLE, CAPTAIN SYLVIA , 15 jffiy-nine ' X SPONSORS A N am e ' The Friendly Shop Mailhot Cleaners Mr. and Mrs. Willialll N. Squaclrilo Mr. and Mrs. Arthur lladici anll i Mr. and Mrs. VVilliam H. Pond Pic K Pay Mystic Lumber Company C. T. Noyes Company Mr. and Mrs. John Sylvia Slifkin K Son Hardware Store Mystic Pharmacy Cady Motors A Illi ress I8 Wtfst Main Street 21 W1'sl Main Street 26 llatcll Street 20: East Main Street 9 lsllam Place 3 Roosevelt Avenue -ll Washington Street Lit East Main Street East Main Street ll East Main Street 20 East Main Street Mystic, M yslic, M ystic, Mystic, M ystic, M ystic, M ystic, C C C tl C tl t Olin Unfl Ulln Ufln Onll UHH lonn M ystic, Conn North Stonington fonn Mystic, Conn Mystic., Conn Mystic. Conn PATRONS Mr. and Mrs. John Sutcliffe Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stewart, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stewart, Sr. Miss Doris Hempstead Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Savy Mr. and Mrs. Sidney G. Hatchell Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maxson Steve Hreschak HAMMACHERS 51' to SSI STORE Mystic, Conn. STORE HOURS Monday through Ttulrstlay 9130 to 5:30 Mystic Shipyard, Inc Designers and Builders ofF1ne 1 Boats Since 1843 i t Wiest Mystic. Conn l Phone Mystic' ,IIC 5-9436 Friday 9:30 to 8:30 Sattuday 9:30 to 5:30 i six! -11 Compliments of The Stonington Lumber Co. Marion's Beauty Salon MARION A. LEONARD Phone 5060 C. ERNEST GRAY Real Estate - Insurance North Stonington, Connecticut Telephone Mystic JEfferson 6-2901 RoIand's Market STONINGTON Vars Brothers Druggists K Stationers W'ESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND 8-10 High Street Opp. Post Office Raffis Flower and Gift Shop Water Street STONINCTON, CONN. Phone Mystic JEf'ferson 6-2971 I CRYSTAL FISH MARKET 6-1 VVater Street Stonington, Connecticut Tel. Mystic -IEfferson 6-2147 Fish and Chips Every Thursday and Friday Edie Cleansing Service 142 Water Street sToNlNcToN, CONNECTICUT Tel. Mystic JEtferson 6-3055 Maurice C. LaGrua Compliments of Photographer Weddings - P0,.,.ai.S Leahy Insurance Agency 121 Wlater St. Stonington, Conn. Phone Mystic -IEffers0n 6-1820 STUNINGTON, CUNN- Ledge Grove Gas Station E. E. Tillinghast, Prop. Route 84 North Stonington Tyd0l Station - Tel. 2887-4 Compliments of CAMACHO,S STORE Stonington, Connecticut Compliments of Fred Buck and Son 102 Water Street Stonington, Conn. Johnsonis Gas Station RT. 34, NORTH STONINGTON Compliments of F. W. Woolworth Co. Compliments of the N. G. Smith, Jewelers WESTERLY, R. 1. fix! ji-0716 Complimenls of MCCORMICICS The M. E. Freestone Co. Corse! aml Speeially Shop Vifesterly, li. l. Opp. Post Ufiice Phone 4240 FREDERICICS RECORDS, APPLIANCES 8 RESTAURANT SUPPLIES Westerly' Tel. 2362 Scottls Upholstering Shop 36 West Broad Street Vifesterly, R. I. Tel. 2611 Compliments of Westerly Furniture Co. "Home of lhe Guild Calleriesv Compliments of Dorothy and Walter Krebs The Book and Game Shop 108 Water Street Stonington, Connecticut Woodmansee's Gift Shop Dixon Square Westerly, Rhode Island Compliments of Irene's Beauty Shop Stonington, Conn. Compliments of August 0. and Harry Muller It Pays to Shop at .9 1 0 Bmdloss Stonington, Connecticut Compliments of Geneva's Pastries Stonington, Conn. SaI's Restaurant Corner of Grand and Gold Streets Stonington., Conn. Francis J. Connors. ex '16 Plmrmneist 77 fllain St. Stonington., Conn. Compliments of LARSON'S North Stoningon, Conn Z 7 Compliments of STASIA'S Compliments of the Sigma Kappa Tri-Hi-Y A. Christina 13 Downer Street Phone 3293 FRUITS VEGETABLES Compliments of THE OFFICE PRACTICE GANG Compliments of MA Friend" Brust0lon's Garage General Repairing 2 CHURCH STREET MYSTIC Compliments of Lathrop Engine Co. MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT Compliments of The Wilcox Coal Co. 60 West Broad Street P. 81 R. Service 2 Greenmanville Avenue MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT International Trucks Sales QQ Service PAUL F. CIRIONI, Owner DOWEIPS 16-18 High Street WESTERLY, R. I. Pawcatucka Conn. Tel, 2113 Ladies, Kc Chilrlrenis Really-to-Wear I i jf-flare? Complimenls of OLD MYSTIC NURSING HOME AND MERWIN WHIPPLE HALL Tel. -IEfferson 6-8989 Tel. JEf'fers0n 6-8166 H. O. Williams Co. OLD MYSTIC CONN. GENERAL MERCHANDISE Tel. Mystic JEIferson 6-8258 Let it rain Let it pour It isn't raining When you're headed for Lincoln Avenue Package Store Phone 4-969 Good Luck to the Seniors Always Compliments of Pop Turner and Tommy Thorpe TOGGLE HOLLOW GREENHOUSES FLORISTS Phone Mystic Jlifferson 6-7928 Old Mystic, Conn. The Village Spa is like your ma: It's filled with eats and sweets. Village Spa 154 Water Sl. STONINGTON, f:oNN. Compliments of SIRTEX PRINTING. INC. GAVITTS DUK-IN Clean Food OPEN 24 HOURS Phone Pawcatuck 2887-2 Rt. No. 3-I, North Stonington .sixly-y'011r Compliments of Ashaway Line 81 Twine Mfg. Co. ASHAVVAY, R. I. Compliments of Rollerdronle Skating Rink WESTERLY, R. I. Compliments of The Latham School of Dance Westerly Branrh BALLET - TAP - BALLRUUM Compliments of Kellems Company STUNINCTI IN, CONNECTICUT White Oaks General Store CURLENJIICS NURTH STONINGTON, CUNNECTICUT l MEN'S SHOP MYSTIC Santin Chevrolet Co. h Rf-pairing Wim Sw-ge 5 Holmes Street W MYSTIC CONNEFTICUT Franklin G. Post and Son, Inc. CHEVROLET Designers and Builrlers of OLDSMOBILE BOATS and YACHTS CADILLAC Mystic, Conn. Est. 1920 J. S. Sallfill Jixly- Compliments of "Arbor Acres Whiie Rocks" North Stonington Brunrh NORTH STI ININCTI IN, CONNECTICUT C'For a Treat Thafs Neatu VISIT Meadow Lake Dairy Bar on the Norwich-Westerly Road NORTH STONTNCTON, CONN. Hagman's Service Station Texaco Gas and Havoline Oil Firestone and Star Tires Parts and Accessories 2 ROOSEVELT AVE. MYSTIC, CONN. Robak's Universal Food Store OLD MYSTIC, CONN. Mystic' ,lEf'ferson 6-24-20 MYSTIC VALLEY Mirror Journal ii gg: Ll , "Q 7' 2 1" Compliments of GroppeIli's Market - Fancy Meals and Groceries 2 PROSPECT STREET Pawcaiuck Tel. -1457 Compliments of Lone Pine Farm FRANK WHITE, Prop. Coats-Dresses-Millinery-Sportswear Bendeifs Specialty Shop Benjamin and Clara Bendett 28 Vifesl Main St., Mystic., Conn. Tel. JElI'erson 6-7775 3 T 1 3 W A T C H l for Our l D IN N E R s t at NORTH STONINGTON VOLUNTEER FIRE CO., INC. Fire House Mystic Motors, Inc. Chrysler Plymouth Plan to Attend Mystics 500th Birthday Compliments of The A. 81 P. Food Stores HAZLIN'S HANDI-SHOP MYSTIC, CoNN. 1 Paggant Party 1 Pafeflt lVlCCllClI'1C l Ice Cream l 7 Williams Avenue Mystic, Conn. Gifts Toys l PURITAN LAUNDRY Delluxe Laundry and Dry Cleaning Service t The Cottrell Lumber Company SIYSTIC, CONNECTICUT MYSHC- CONN- Telephone Mystic Jlifferson 6-8343 Complimenls of 9 Brown and Stone S X North Stonington, Conn. t Mystic, Connecticut t Phone Mystic ,llilferson 6-8400 North Stonington Garage North Stonington, Conn. IIE? KINNEYIS OF MYSTIC CONNECTICUT DIAMONDS, WATCHES, SILVER and GIFTS S. Everett Main Sperializing in Modern and Conventional Type Ranch Homes ALTERATIONS I REPAIRS MYSTIC ,IEffers0n 6-2933 Route 2 fNext to Rotaryj Your Class Ring Jeweler NORTH STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT Compliments of CARROLL CUT RATE 29 HIGH STREET, WESTERLY, R. I. PauI's TV Sales and Service R.C.A. EMERSON G.I' PHILCO Phone 5092 open evenings lill 3:00 CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE CLASS of 1954 STONINCTON BRANCH Hartford National Bank and Trust Co. - ESTABLISHED 1792 - Member Federal Reserve System Member F. D. I. C. '6Connecticut,s Largest Bank Nou' Serving This Area" Stonington Market Groceries - Meats - Fruits Telephone JEFferson 6-8516 1 1 Wllllalll COW Inc. 132 W'ater Street Stonington, Conn Cotton and Synthetic' Sewing Thread 2 Compliments of MYSTIC CONNECTICUT ' . ' i "Trawler Rita" N anfl I Happy Go Lucky Crew f Uwnerl and Skipperefl by j Capt. Antone I... Roderick I 73 May the 1111111110195 of the SHS Class of '54 Compliments of . fare their future with rourage, unllerstand- ing, loleranee, anfl strength of character 0'Leary's Universal Food ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,s,,. Mary and Ross .-Kiello R 0 S S ' Store 39 Liberty Street Y l 6 Chase Street Paweatuek, Lonneetleut Tel. 4981 PAW CATUCR, UJNNELTILLT The MILLER FORD CO., Inc. Sales F O R D Service CARS TRUCKS Stonington, Conn. Phone ,IEfferson 6-9239 fl Compliments of SONCCO PRODUCTS COMPANY MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT The Standard Machinery Company MYSTIC, QONNECTICUT Presses for Extruding Machines for the Molding Plastics Wire and Cable, Rubber and Plastic Industries Plax Corporation STONINGTON DIVISION Stonington, Conn. 1. Rossie Velvet Company Greenmanville Avenue MYSTIC, CONNECTICUT r C z'e111y'lbr'ee Compliments of The Patrons' Club of Stonington High School AMERICAN VELVET COMPANY S g C 19 LCRING STUDlO NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT Photography by Loring Wluether it's portraits, group pictures or action shots-you can depend on Loring for the finest in portraiture. Our expert staff is prepared to handle any photo- graphic assignment-at prices that are ul- ways moderate. fl ' 4 .-4 L f -. ,E-' . 1 . 1' x . N 'L r X J' K wp 'M- Q, 1 - , E' , 1' gg Q1 36 ' ' 1 53 i, .rf I A .-1 , r 5 ' w . 53,1 JL'-fs ...isa , R ' f f- -1 .Q ' 1 'fr . , 1 L. , .gf 11+ .V V, x 1, . ! 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