Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)

 - Class of 1955

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' '-V-V-V'q,r' ja V . :":J V ' ' 4 , 1-1 x wp, JV. ' r-r' . '. -kV: , The PAWMYSTQNIAN .3 , . 1 U -..L f u6f1'Mpa' I1 1' 1955 Sefzfor Cffm' STONINGTON HIGH SCHOOL STONINGTON, CONNECTICUT DEDICATION WE, the graduating class of nineteen hundred and fifty-five, do dedicate this yearbook to the Future. May it bring success and happiness to every member of our class, peace and unity to this troubled world, and inspiration and knowledge to all underclassmen. ADMINISTRATION T ALLEN CROUCH CARROLL W PEAVEY fimfendent Prin p I FAC LTY I.. BRADIJQY BUNKER Mathematics Science Naomi W. CHAussi2 Shorthand Economic Geography Typcwriting Business Education fs:- Vx 4 at ii A Rx t X? W? sis ij L ,sv A I r .3 X. as 1 N Q 4 ARTHUR R. CARLIN Science CLARENCE A. COOGAN Biology Chemistry Q51 '?11:9f?' ELEANOR CRONIN English . -il MICHAFL E CRONIN Civics Amcric in Dcmocr icy KM Hin N C Di :sw my English Moiuus P. Famucfwr GEORGE H. FOLEY Physical Education English Driver Trillnlng U, S, Higtofy, Civics three JOSEPHINE L. CULLINANE Business Law Typewriting Business Education wi Q i ? 0 ,fmt Woonnow W DoLviLLr Mathematics Wcmrld History WILLIAM P. GRIFFIN, JR Mathematics FACULTY ROLAND B. HOUSTON Industrial Arts ELIZABETH W. MINER Home Economics 5 EVELYN L. MURDOCK Science Chemistry, Physics MARY A. NANIA Dean of Girls, Guidance S. JOSEPH NANIA DORIS A. REPONEN Music Home Economics WILLIAM C. PETTY French English BEATRICE SILVERSTEIN Latin English FLORENCE TI-IAVENET CATHERINE H. VARGAS Physical Education Bookkeeping, Business Arithmetic Driver Training Business Education, Economic Geography four MARIE M. STEXVART Head of Business Department Business English Transcription Office Practice J. GEORGE WILLIAMSON Mechanical Drawing Driver Training SENIORS 1955 NORMAN NELSON MCNEIL, JR. Stonington "A merry heart maketh a cheerful muzltenanref' Class President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom Chairman, Senior Prom, Senior Talent Show Co- Chairman, Basketball 4, U. N. Trigg, Yearbook Staff, Washington Clu . ' JOHN WATSON CUNNIAN Pawcatuck "A .rmall man may earl a greaz Jhadowf' Class Vice President 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Junior Prom, Camera Club 1, 2, Yearbook Staff. Pfeiidenl Vice Prerident ROBERT F. S1-IEA Clan Advirer Secretary Treafurer GAIL M. BROWN Mystic "No1bing if .ro eozzzagioux ar enzlsuriarmf' Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 5, 4, "S" Club 3. 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Washington Club, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Discussion Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Spirit of '54, Yearbook Staff, Queen's Court 3, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Drum Corps 1, Twirler and Acro- bat 2, Office Girl 4. Senior Prom. .fix MARYANNE RISICA Pawcatuck "Sweet and rmallf' Drum Corps, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Sen- ior Prom, Girls' Basketball, Intra- murals, Traffic Squad, Class Treas- urer 4, U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. KATHLEEN F. ABBOTT Pawcatuck "Nice flying! rome in .small fmrkagerf' Cheerleader 3, 43 "S" Club 3, 43 Chess Club 13 Talent Show l, 2, 33 Discussion Club 1, 23 Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Queen's Court 33 Traffic Squad 23 Intramurals 13 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club: Yearbook Stz1l"f3 U. N. Tripg Wasbingtcmn ROSS ROBERT AIELLO, jR. Pawcatuck "Life if good zvbeu good me ix made of il." Chess Club 1, 23 Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 43 U. N. Tripg Vfashington Club. jOYCEl.YN I.. ALBRO Pawcatuck Hcnlllflflfillfulll lllelic' lift' i11lere.s'!- ing." Drum Corps I3 Discussion Club l, 2, 33 Glee Club 3, 4: Sophomore Hop3 junior Promg Senior Prom, Talent Show 2, 5, 43 U. N. Tripg Yearbook StalT3 Wlashington Club3 Traffic Squad 2, 5, ALLAN ARNOLD "ll"biulIe :while you work." Talent Show 4. Club. jACQUELlNE MARTHA BAILEY Mystic Hl',i!'ll4L' ii' ber ouw reward." Glee Club 2, 33 Orchestra 2, 33 Girls' Ensemble 2, 33 Biology Club 33 Talent Show 3, 43 junior Prom. JEFF!! WARREN BANKER Pawcatuck "Men of feu' u'or'd.r we lbe bex! H X III EH . Glee Club 1, 43 junior Promg Tal- -, ent Show 3, 4g Music Appreciation Club 4. NANCY ANN ARMSTRONG Old Mystic "The mow! ll.l'4'!L'.l'.l' day of all ir thu! iu which uw bare uol l.1ugl1ed." Chess Club lg Dramatics Club 1, 33 Drum Corps 13 Twirler 23 Discus- sion Club 2, 33 Biology Club 2, 33 Brown and White 43 Yearbook Lit- erary Staffg U. N. Tripg Talent Show 1, 33 Freshman Party, Soph- omore Hopg junior Prom3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers 33 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Typing Club 2. RICHARD j. ARRUDA Stonington "Laugh and the rl.1.f.r l.lugbJ with you." Chess Club 1, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Talent Show 2, 3, 43 U. N. Tripg junior Prom3 Waslmingtrwn Club. Glee Club, Junior Prom, Talent MARY ANN BIANCHI Pawcatuck "Ambition bar no re.rt." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensem- ble 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Future Teach- ers of America 3, Discussion Club 2, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 1, 2, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Year- book Staffg Washington Club, U. N. Trip, Typing Club 2, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show, 1, 2, 4, Band Club 3, Senior Play. DOUGLAS E. BRAYMAN Pawcatuck "Oh thir learning, u'laal a flying it iJf" RITA JEAN BANKS ROBERT BENWARE MYSHC Pawcatuck "Be glad, mid yvllr frielldf are Transfer from Westerly, m"'73"H "SometimeJ Jeriour, rometimer gay, Brown and White, Dramatics Club, People like him fifbef 14'4lV-H Yearbook Staff' Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. GRACE MARIE BONOMO Pawcatuck "A happy bear! liver long." Cheerleader 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Ensemble 4, Talent Show 1, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Cafeteria Staff 2, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Typing Club 2, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3. 4, Freshmen Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, U. N. Trip, Drum Corps 1, 2, Latin Club 1, Wash- ington Club, Home-room Treasurer 4, Dramatics Club, Future Teachers of America. BEVERLY PHYLLIS BROOKS Mystic "Her mirclaief :be duet quietly." Glee Club 2, Yearbook Staff, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Tal- ent Show 1, Cafeteria Staff 1. Show 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip. JOHN EDWARD BROPHY Pawcatuck "A quiet kind of gentleman." Football 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Camera Club 1, Yearbook Staff, U. N. Trip, Junior Prom, Wash- ington Club, "S" Club 4, Home- room Treasurer. eight PATRICIA BELLE BROWN Mystic HSu'6EllI8.f.f and 1173177615 are ber trails." Drum Corps 1, Cafeteria Staff 1, Discussion Club 1. 2, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Office Girl 4, U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. CAROLYN BURDICK Mystic "Ple.mn1l if lbe air abou! ber," Drum Corps I3 Glee Club 2, 33 Discussion Club 23 Twirler 23 Acro- bat 23 Intramurals 2, 33 Trathc Squad 23 Talent Show 2, 3, 43 U. N. Tripg Yearbook Staf'f3 Washing- ton Club. DOIORFS ,IAINI CAINO Mystic "Ai mrvffw .iw rl .IIHIIIIICVYI dug." Yearbook Staff3 Wasliingtcwn Club. ,IOHN B. CAROCARI North Stonington "ll"fJilbw' be gum ,nu go jnj mid bllllllff' Biology Club3 Yearbook StalT3 jun- ior Prom3 Senior Promg Witsliing- ton Club3 U. N. Trip. CAROL PATRICIA CLAY Stonington "The rerg fvini uf per'fer1irn1." Discussion Club 1. 2, 31 Glee Club I, 23 Biology Club 2. 33 Dramatics Club 2, 33 3 Act Play 33 Assembly Committee 2. 3, 43 Student Coun- cil 3, 43 Student Council Secretary and Treasurer 43 Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hopg junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Washingtiin Clubg Drum Corps 23 junior Prom Queen3 Traffic Squad 23 Cafeteria Staff 33 Talent Show 1. nine KENNETH L. BURGESS Pawcatuck "Il"il ,md ll'iJ'dlHlI :mike lbe I7IdlI.U Baseball 3, 43 Track 23 junior Prom3 U. N. Tripg Vlashington Club. AUDREY RUTH COATS North Stonington "The fun mme fart and fur'iou.r." Glee Club: Yearbook StafT3 U. N. Trip3 Wlashington Club. SUSAN CAPUTO Mystic "Her lldfllllb and frierldlif1e.r.r .irc nluuyr in e1'idem'e." Drum Corps 13 Cafeteria Staff 13 Discussion Club I, 2, 31 Dramatics Club 1, 23 Trathc Squad 33 Home- room Treasurer 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore I-Iopg junior Prom3 Senior Prom: Girls' Ensem- ble 43 U. N. Trip3 Talent Show 1, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff. PATRICIA ALICE CARTIER Stonington "A prellj Jmile ii' flu' zrbirper of liiugblerf' Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Ensem- ble 3, 43 Discussion Club 23 Biol- ogy Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 13 Freshman Party, Sophomore I-Iopg Senior Prom3 Talent Show 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 2: U. N. Tripg Yearbook stuff. NANCY GRACE DeMOURA Pawcatuck MICHAEL E. CRONIN, JR. Mystic "A great man in any yield." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, "S' Club 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Freshman Party, Soph- omore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, French Club 4, Yearbook Staff, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Senior Play. CONSTANCE JEAN CULVER Pawcatuck "She har mu.fir'5 golden tongue." Yearbook Staff, Cafeteria Staff 33 Washington Club, U. N. Trip, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Drum Corps 1, Honor Roll 1, Dis- cussion Club 1, 2, 3. "Her wayf are zvayr of plearanz- nexx and ber falmeu 11 tba! of a fore." Drum Corps 1, Discussion Club, Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Talent Show 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Of- fice Girl, Yearbook Staff, U. N. Trip, Biology Club 3, 4, Wash- ington Club. VINCENT JOSEPH FAILLACE, JR. Pawcatuck "I agree with no man'.r opinion, I have rome of my own." Yearbook Staff, Camera Club, Lat- in Club, Biology Club. ANTHONY E. ENGSTROM Pawcatuck "Hi.v pfefence if alwayr heard." Camera Club 1, Typing Club 2, Biology Club 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Yearbook Staff, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4. MARILYN FALCK North Stonington "Lei genlleneif my Jtrong enforre- ment be." Sophomore Hop, Discussion Club 2, Junior Prom, Yearbook Staff, Office Girl 4, Glee Club 4, Senior Prom, Talent Show 4, Washington Club. l BARBARA EILEEN FIDDES Pawcatuck "Ambition yieldr a will to work." Drum Corps 1, 2, Intramurals 1, 3, Discussion Club 1, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Yearbook Staff, Assistant Business Editor, Honor Society 3, 4, Traffic Squad 3, Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2. 1977 FRANCES ANN FINNEGAN Mystic "A Jlill, small voice." Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Discussion Club 1, 2, Trathc Squad 3, Yearbook Staff. ,IAMES D. FISH Mystic "Di1'er.rilj-lim! ir my molto." Talent Show 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop3 junior Promg U. N. Tripg Washington Club3 Music Apprecia- tion. ANN FOLEY Pawcatuck "She bar n 1.l'L1fII1 and friendly naluref' Talent Show 1, 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Staffg Discussion Club3 Drum COFPS3 Biology Club3 Cam- era Club 1, 23 Washington Club3 U. N. Tripg Homeroom Treasurer 3: Intramurals 1, 23 Ofhce Girl 4. MARION ANNETTE FRASIER Pawcatuck "Ari genllj. Jfleak Jofllyf' Glee Club 3, 43 U. N. Tripp Wash- ington Club3 Discussion Club 1, 23 junior Promg Yearbook Staff. ROBERT j. GARBARINO Mystic "'Ti.r u'omen. uvmzelz, who rule me will." Basketball 13 Baseball 23 Camera Club3 Glee Club3 Talent Show I, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Partyg Sopho- more Hopg junior Prom3 U. 'N. Trip3 Washington Club3 Music Ap- preciation. LOUISE A. GAGNE North Stonington "A good dirpoiilion if more iulua- ble than gold." junior Promg Senior Prom3 Tal- ent Show 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 43 Yearbook Staff3 U. N. Tripg Typ- ing Club 3. VIRGINIA LOUISE GAVITT Pawcatuck "Mode.rlj'. digniiy. and mlm ron- tent." Discussion Club 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 43 junior Prom3 U. N. Trfifpg Washington Club3 Yearbook Sta . DOUGLAS R. GRAY Old Mystic I'm not arguing zrilb gou. l'm lelling you."' lr Brown and White 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Chess Club 43 U. N. Trip. eleven JANET MARY GREENE Pawcatuck "Smile and you will aluuyi urn." Glee Club 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Discussion Club lg Intramurals 1, 2, 33 Drum Corps 1, 23 Talent Show 43 Freshmen Party3 Sopho- more Hopg U. N. Trip3 Yearbook Staff3 Washington Club. VIOLET MARIE HAZARD "Lei.rure .rlrileer me ar a u'onderj'ul pleasure." Glee Club 1, 2, 3g U. N. Tripg Discussion Club 1, 2g Talent Show 1, 23 Traliic Squad 35 Cafeteria Staff 2. BARBARA LEE HESS Stonington "A hind of charm you Jeem fo find in u'omerzhind." Dramatics Club lg Discussion Club 1, 2g junior Promg Girls' Ensem- ble 4g Yearbook Staffg Office Girl. JOHN JOSEPH GRILLS, JR. Pawcatuck INA C. HAUPTMAN "He followr a 'happy go lucky' North Stonington P4119-U "In .rilenre ulro lhere if uforlhf' Foofball 2, 3, 42 U- N- TfiP3 Glee Clubg Camera Clubg Talent 108100 Club? Basketball 13 5 Show 3, 4g U. N. Tripg Yearbook C11-lb 3, 41 FfCShQ1Cfl PHUYE SOPIIO' Staffg Discussion Clubg Washing- mofe HOP? Junior Pf0mS SCFUOI' ton Clubg Junior Prom. Pro?-mg Talent Show 4g Yearbook Sta . EDWARD J. HEFFERNAN, JR. Mystic "Nothing if more ureful than 11 lem'e." Washington Clubg U. N. Tripg Talent Show 2. WILLIAM A. HOBART Mystic "Mine har been 4 merry life." Glee Club 1, 4g Football 2g Fresh- man Partyg Sophomore I-lopg jun- ior Promg Talent Show 2, 3, 43 U. CHARLES H. HOLDRIDGE Pawcatuck "Sports are half of my life." Mystic JOSEPH E' HOLLY Football 2' 5' 43 Baseball 2' 3' 43 "Lire today and dwfl worry :1b0lll Basketball 1, 2g "S" Club 4g Cam- era Club 1g Freshman Partyg Soph- omore Hopg junior .Promg Senior Promg Biology Club Zg U. N. Tripg Washington Clubg Yearbook Staff. lwelve l0morrou'." Biology Club 2g Chess Club 3, 4g Washington Club. N. Tripg Washington Club. FRANK JOSEPH JEFFREY, JR Pawcatuck "The hand that lollouu' iutellert mu arhiefef' Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 33 "S" Club 2, 3, 43 Dramatics JOHN JESSIMAN North Stonington "A .fmile lu t'l'?fJ'0l18 goer with him." Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 3, 43 Biology Club 23 Washington Club. EDWIN LEON JETTE, JR. Mystic "1 uerur uwrrg dhfllll the lillle lhiflgif' Chess Club 3, 43 U. N. Trip3 Wushingtimn Club. BARBARA MARILYN JONES Pawcatuck "Sume!ime,f grave, rumelimer gay: ,rhe'.r u likerihle min eilher way." Glee Club 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Discussion Club l, 23 Drum Corps 1, 23 Typing CIub3 Honor Roll I3 Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hopg Junior Prom3 Senior Pfllmj Talent Show 3. 43 Dramatics Club Club 3, 43 Talent Show 2. CARL H. JOHNSON, JR. Stonington "MudeJ1J' herrmlef a mlm." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 43 Chess Club 43 Basketball 43 U. N. Trip3 Washington Club3 Honor Roll 3, 43 "S" Club 4. SALLY MAE KARJALA North Stonington "A blurb and .1 Jfllllf-lfbdf muld he .ru'eerer." Brown and White 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 43 Discussion Club 23 Of- fice Girl 43 Junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Yearbook Staff. I' U N Tri ' Yearbook Staffg , . . p, Washington Club. 1 v. HELEN FRANCES KELLEHER Pawcatuck "The magic of her .fzreer appeulf' Intramurals lg Typing Club 23 Dis- cussion Club 1, 23 U. N. Trip3 Washin ton Club' Yearbook Staff' I-I - 1 Otlice Girl 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4. BARBARA ANN KENYON Pawcatuck "She has the will lo like and he liked." Freshman Party3 Sophomore Hop3 Junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Corps 1, 23 Intramurals 1, 2, 33 U. N. Trip3 Yearbook Staffg Washington Clubg Basketball 13 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Ensemble 43 Discussion Club 33 Band Club 3. zhirteen NANCY C. LAMB Old Mystic "Soft of voice, gentle of manner." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Latin Club 1, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball, Biology Club 2. 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Traffic Squad 33 Cafeteria Staff 4, Future Teach- ers of America 3, Yearbook Liter- ary Staff, Typing Club 2. KENNETH REED LANPHERE Pawcatuck "He but lair rilent way." Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Washington Club. JANET ELLEN-ELIZABETH LAWRENCE Pawcatuck "Alu'ayJ willing and ready." Latin Club 1, Brown and White 1, Cafeteria Staff 1, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Tal- ent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Band Club 3, Intramurals 1, 2, Freshman Par- ty, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. ROSANNE MARY LEVANTI Pawcatuck "Of a zfery rbeerful nature." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensem- ble 4, Discussion Club 1, Latin Club 1, Office Girl 3, 4, Drum Corps 1, Trafhc Squad 2, 3, Biol- ogy Club 2, 3, U. N. Trip, Wash- ington Club, Sophomore Hop, Sen- ior Prom, Yearbook Staff, Talent Show 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Typing Club 2, Brown and White 3, 4. W Aggie N We Wynn K. it ,xl ' fini? ELIZABETH CECELIA LEONE Pawcatuck "Her plenrtuztneri t1l!ruft.r end: one." Cheerleader 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Talent Show 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3 4, Drum Corps, Discussion Club, Sophomore Hop Senior Prom, Spirit of '54, U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. RosAR1o JOSEPH LONGO, JR. Pawcatuck "B2e5red are the little for they rhall bemme no .rrr1u!ler!" Chess Club 1, Discussion Club 2, Camera Club 1, 3. is I 'QWW Q" r 52.55 2 ' - 1 t test, I get .Mitra ,. t ., 1. s 11, , .... ,,,, . -,-- . 'tr 2355412123- ty., , ""' Q . E - :.?,.E E, ,:: . in ggi Y ' '- .1 W E x 'MC , sg 45 ERNEST P. LOPES Stonington "The milder! manner and the gentler! heart." Washington Club. JANE ELIZABETH MacKNIGHT Pawcatuck "A rufeet and attrartizfe kind of grate." Cheerleader 3, 4: "S" Club 3, 4, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intramur- als 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 2, Student Council 2, Drum Corps 1, Twirler 2, Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Year- book Staff, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Dramatics Club, U. N. Trip, Wash- ington Club, Typing Club: Talent Show 1, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Decorating Com- mittee Chairman, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Latin Club 1, Asso- ciate Woman's Basketball Referee 2, 3, 4. fourteen KENNETH LEONARD MAIN North Stonington Hlliddcu hwlchllb .1 mlm mi'er'1't'i dcflwvllillillfrfll .md quiet uw'1'e." Baseball 3, 43 Biology Clubg Year- book Staffg French Club 43 Senior Prom3 Talent Show 43 U. N. Trip3 Waisliingtiin Club. LVELHN RUTH INIASOFSRH Pawcatuck "Tn burr guna' frieudi. gnu Illll.i'l he une." Talent Show l, 2, 43 Freshman Par- tyg Sophomore Hop3 junior Promg Senior PI'Ul1'l, Dramatics Club l, 23 Discussion Club 13 U. N. 'I'rip3 Wfashington Club: Cvlee Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook Staffg Intramurals l, 7 Hlil.liN ANN IWCKIENNA Mystic "She ii ill flltklhllll .ll ilu' lllUV'Ilill'H.H Camera Club lg Drum Corps lg Twirler and Acrobat Z3 Glee Club Z3 Trallic Squad 53 Sophomore Hop, Freshman Party3 Talent Show lg Biology Club 53 Cafeteria Stall' 53 Assembly Committee 33 Wfashington Clubg U. N. Tripg Dis- cussion Club 33 Yearbook Staff. IWARYANN lWlfl.l.U Stonington "fl merry fwarf gow all ffm d.i,i." Cilee Club l. 2, 33 Girls' Ensem- ble J, '13 Ciirls' Basketball 2, -13 Wfasliington Cluhg lf N. 'l'rip3 Freshman Party, -luoior Promg Yearbook Sllllll Biology Club 5. l JESSE NXfOl.COT'l' MlNER North Stonington "Silw1m ii gu!du1." Wiisliingtmin Club. ffreen K A 'sa HARRIET GRACE MITCHELL 5 Wfequetequock "Ihr iwirt ll'.I.i utr ,mfr Jud' guullef' Cvlee Club 1, 2, 3, -43 Dramatics Club 23 Discussion Club l, 23 U. N. Tripg Drum Corps 2. ANNE E. MLKENZIE Stonington "A .imile Lllllllfll luflfv llfllllillg fr'iel1d.i." Student Council 1: Latin Club 13 Typing Club 2: Dramatics Club Z, 33 Biology Club 23 Freshman Par- ty3 Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom, Senior Prom: Talent Show 2, 33 Brown and Wliite 1, 2, 3, 43 .lun- ior Sports Editor 5: Senior Sports Editor 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble l, 1, 5, 43 Que-en's Court 3: Yearbook Literary Staffg Honor Roll l, Z. 5. 4. DOROTHEA A. MERCIER Pawfaltuck 'lflwrl .md .iu'uil. fllll :ml lu In rt g.u'did liglvll-i." Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Sophomore Hop, junior Promg Senior PFUIDQ Queens Court 33 Biology Club3 Discussion Club3 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 2. 3. -lg Drum Corps, ANTHONY T. MOOSEY Pawcatuck "Wher1 there ir a will, there ir a way," Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Discus- sion Club 1, Chess Club 2, Track 1, 4, Football 4, U. N. Trip, Wash- ington Club. JAN N. MOROSINI Stonington "It ir hert to lengthen to the lart a runny mood." Traffic Squad 2, 3, Biology Club, Yearbook Staff, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Sen- ior Prom, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensem- ble 4, Discussion Club, Ofhce Girl MAVIS MARIE NILE Stonington "Let thy word: he few." Yearbook Staff. SUSAN ANITA O'NElL Pawcatuck "A merry heart doeth good like medicine." Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Typing Club 2, Freshman Par- ty, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Talent Show 3, 4, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Washington Club, Cheerleader 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Intramurals 1, Yearbook Staff. IRENE NOEL Mystic "Au air of ffietzdlitzerx ahout her." Biology Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 4, Honor Roll 2, 3, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Tal- ent Show 3, 4, U. N. Trip. GIOVANNA ORLANDO Pawcatuck "An aura of happinerr horferr ever about her." Honor Roll 1, Biology 2, 3, 4, Dis- cussion Club 2, Drum Corps, Freshman Party: Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Intra- murals 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Manager 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Dra- matics Club 1, Odice Girl, Traftic Squad 2, 3, Band Club 33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Washington Club, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4. NADEEN RAE PANCIERA Old Mystic "Sueh joy ambition jindrf' Homeroom Treasurer 1, Z, 3, Tal- ent Show 1, Latin Club 1, Drum Corps 1, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff, Co-literary Editor, Washington Club Home- room Treasurer, Girls' Ensemble 3, 4. ANN MARIE PESCATELLO Pawcatuck "A pirzrh of mirchief, a darh of pep and a cupful of merrimentf' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' En- semble 1, 2, 3, 4, Office Girl 4, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Washington Club, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Yearbook Staff, Talent Show 1, 3, 4, Typing Club 2, Dramatics Club 2, Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 2, Latin Club 1, Girls' Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. .rixteetz LORRAINE SUZANNE PIA Old Mystic "ll"iIboul music life would be a nzirmkef' Latin Club 13 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 43 Freshman Party3 Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom3 Senior Promg Typing Club 23 Yearbook StafI3 U. N. Trip3 Honorable Mention 1, 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 23 Intra- murals 43 Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4. BERNARD PONT tonington "Speak boldly but .rpeak lfulyf' 'alent Show 1, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 toys' Ensemble 23 Oratorical Con- :st 2, 33 Voice of Democracy Con- :st 43 U. N. Trip3 Yearbook Staff3 uture Teachers of America 33 Vashington Club. JOYCE ANN RATHBUN awcatuck Ambition haf in own reward." lrum Corps 1, 23 Discussion Club 3 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4g ln- 'amurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show . 23 U. N. Trip3 Washington lub3 Yearbook Staff3 Traffic quad 23 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Lat- I Club lg Dramatics Club 1. GERALD REYNOLDS Pawcatuck "Hi,r grmd mllure if bfi' .r14cce.rr." Latin Club 13 Chess Club 13 Fresh- man Party3 Sophomore Hop3 Tala ent Show 13 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 U. N. Trip3 Year- book Staff3 French Club 43 Wasli- ington Club, CAROLE JEAN PLATT Pawcatuck "Kind wards uerer hurl Ike langue." Drum Corps 1, 23 Freshman Party3 Intramurals 13 Discussion Club 13 Glee Club 23 Sophomore HOPQ Cafeteria Staff 3, 43 Traffic Squad 33 Biology Club 23 Honor Roll 33 Talent Show 3, 43 U. N. Trip3 Yearbook Stafl'3 Washington Club 43 Office Girl 43 Senior Prom. SANDRA MARIE RITCHIE Pawcatuck "ll'.f nice lu be urrluml zvben you're lmlumlly nice." Class Treasurer 13 Homeroom Treasurer 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Drum Corps 1, 23 Biology Club 23 Freshman Partyg Sophomore HOPQ Junior Prom Decorating Committee Chairman3 Yearbook Literary Staff3 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 Assembly Committee Chairman 33 Discussion Club 1, 23 U. N. Trip3 Head Waitress 43 Senior Prom3 Washington Club3 Intramurals 1, 23 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior Play. .fffelllffll FRANCIS EDWIN RANDALL, JR. Pawcatuck "The day.: of nur youth ure the duyr of our glory." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 3, 43 Assembly Committee 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Ensemble 1, 2, 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Kent's Kats 3, 4g Cafeteria Staff 43 U. N. Trip3 Washington Club. ALFREDO G. REBELLO Stonington "W'orfy made no one great, why .rlaould I worry?" Chess Club 13 Glee Club 1, 23 Honor Roll 33 U. N. Trip3 Year- book Staff. GLORIA LOVETTA ROCHA Mystic "Little I ark. my 1l'cl1IlJ are few." Glee Club 23 Honor Roll 2, 33 U. N. Trip: Traffic Squad 33 Yearbook Staff. ANNA ROSE RODERICK Stonington "One .rhuuld izluzlyr he in lore." Glee Club 3, 43 Discussion Club 1, 2, 33 Intramurals 1, 23 Girls En- semble 43 Ofhce Girl 2, 33 junior Prom3 U. N. Trip3 Yearbook Stagg Washington Club. CAROLINE E. ROUX Stonington "Il"it enriches her Jurmufzdifzgrf' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' En- semble 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Talent Show 1, 2, 33 Discussion Club3 Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hopg junior Prom3 Bi- ology Club 23 Yearbook StaH3 Washington Club. GAYLA ANN SAVAGE Pawcatuck "The dijimlt we do immediatelyg zhe imporrihle taker iz lillle longer." Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 43 Brown and White Editor-in-Chief 43 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' En- semble 2, 3, 4: Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Typing Club 23 Cafeteria Staff 2, 33 U. N. Trip3 Washing- ton Club. ROSE MARIE ANN SAMMATARO Pawcatuck "The milder! 71111111187 and Ihe greuleft heizrlf' Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 43 Cir- culation Manager 43 Student Coun- cil 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Staff, Editor- in-Chiefg Drum Corps lg Talent Show 13 U. N. Trip3 Washington Club Treasurer3 Honor Society 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Sopho- more HOPQ Washington Club3 D. A. R. Award 43 Benefit Dance Treasurer 43 Receptionist Commit- tee 33 Mystic Fair Contest 33 Dis- cussion Club 1. MARYANNE T. SCHACKNER Pawcatuck "Nothing greal um erer afhiered wizhouf 6'Illb1lJiL1J'l7l.H Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Homeroom Treasurer 13 Intramurals 13 Fresh- man Partyg Drum Corps 1, 23 Tumbler 23 Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 43 junior Business Manager 33 Business Manager 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 23 Sophomore Hop3 Talent Show 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader Captain 3, 43 Queen's Court 33 junior Prom Assistant Chairman3 Class Treasurer 3: OHice Girl 3, 43 "S" Club 3, 43 Spirit of ,543 U. N. Trip3 Mystic Fair Contest 43 Yearbook Staff'-Q Dramatics Club 4g MAUREEN FRANCES SCHACKNER Pawcatuck "Smart at a whip. and full of fini!" Drum Corps 13 Orchestra 13 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 43 Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 43 Assistant Editor 43 Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, 43 Typing Club 23 Future Teachers 33 U. N. Trip3 Wash- ington Club3 Junior Prom3 Tal- ent Show 1, 3, 43 Yearbook Staff, Co-literary Editor3 Honor Society 3, 43 Washington Club Treasurerg Girls' Ensemble 4. Senior Prom3 Washington Club. IRENE BEVERLY SCHULTZ North Stonington "A .rmile for ai! and iz fmuvz for none." Biology Club 2. 33 Honor Society 3, 43 Honor Roll 2, 3, 43 Trafhc Squad 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Girls' Ensemble 23 Junior Prom3 Year- book Literary Staffg Talent Show 43 U. N. Trip. eighteen EDWINA FRANCES SHEA Pawcatuck "A lrue lady." Office Girl 3, 4, Discussion Club 1, 2: U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff, Washington Club. WILLIAM P. SHEA Pawcatuck "A lillle lIOIlJ'6l1J'6' llflll' and llaeu 1.r relubed by the wire!! men." Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Biology Club 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, French Club 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Washington Club. DAVID P. SMITH Jld Mystic 'Happy am I: from cure 1'r11 free! Why dffllll lhey all flllllellled like me?" 'reshman Party, Sophomore Hop, unior Prom, Biology Club 2, 3, 'alent Show 1, 2, 4, Yearbook tail, U, N. Trip, Washingttxn ilu . JOHN H. SONGDAHL ,ord's Point He will newer be mm1'em11ed for what be .n1y.r," iiology Club 3, 4, Football 3, U. J. Trip. t SHIRLEY SANDRA SMITH North Stonington "Ax merry ar the day ir long." Glee Club 2, 4, Brown and White 2, 31 Discussion Club 2, Intramur- als 2, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Yearbook Staff, U. N. Trip, Office Girl, Washing- ton Club. DIANE K. SOUSA Stonington "Laugb1er ir with ber wherever Jbe goetf' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensem- ble 2, 3, 4, Discussion Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Biology Club, Washington Club, U. N. Trip, Yearbook Staff. SANDRA ELAINE SPRAGUE Pawcatuck "ll"i1dom ir belief llklll fubie.r." Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 1. 3, Drum Corps 1, 2, Hon- or Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, U. N. Trip, Discussion Club 1, Typing Club 2, Yearbook Staff. NEAL F. J. SQUADRITO Stonington "Name 11 Jpurt. any ,rpuv'l.' l9e'5 great 111 tall of 1lJe111." "S" Club 1, Z. 3, 4, Football 1, 3, 4, Football Captain 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball Captain 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Student Coun- cil Vice President 3, Head Waiter 4, Yearbook Staff, Class Vice President 1, 2, 3, Talent Show 1, U. N. Trip, Sophomore Hop, jun- ior Prom, Washington. nineteen MAUREEN ELIZABETH STEELE Mystic "How pre!!-if ber blzubizlg um." Discussion Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff, Biology Club, Dramatics Club 1, U. N. Trip, Glee Club 2, Washington Club. ROBERT O. SWAIN North Stonington "A friendly Jar! nf rbapf Biology Club 2, Chess Club 2. RENNY A. STACKPOLE Mystic "Sucre.rr if tbe rulmizzatimz of frieudrbip and willifzgrzesr I0 u'm'k." Orchestra 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Future Teachers of America 3, Boys' Ensemble 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 4, Track 4, Music Apprecia- tion Club 4, Talent Show 3, 4, Yearbook Staff: U. N. Trip, Wash- ington Club. THERESA CAROLINE SYLVIA Stonington "And rbe will bare gladzzeri u'berez'er .rbe gow." Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Freshman Party, Soph- omore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Dramatics Club 1, 2, Tal- ent Show 3, Discussion Club 1, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, Cafeteria Staff 1, Intramurals 1, OHice Girl 3, U. N. Trip, Yearbook StaH, Washing- ton Club. - WAYNE CLIFFORD STEADMAN Pawcatuck "Hi5 wit ir bir life ulmzef' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Ensemble, Class President 3, Student Council 3, 4, Student Council President 4, Assembly Committee Chairman 3: Cafeteria Staff 4, Freshman Par- ty, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Camera Club 1, Washington Club, Biology Club 2. JANE FRANCES STEWART Pawcatuck "U"ilb zmr1cbali1ur.'e :be green lbe 1.4'r1rld." Freshman Party, Intramurals 1, Glee Club 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Wash- ington Club, Yearbook Stalf, Dis- cussion Club 1, 2. RICARDO W. SYLVIA Stonington "A blurb if beizuliful. bu! often i11cw21'e11ie11I." Football 1, 2, 3: Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom, Talent Show 1, 4, U. N. Trip, Wasl1ingttmn Club, Yearbook Staff. FRANCES IRENE TANNER 'If-:fiflldf are made by being une." Discussion Club 1, 2, 3 Dramatics Club 3, 4, U. N. Trip, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom, Talent Show 1, 2, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, 4, Drum Corps 1, Washington Club, Homeroom Treasurer 4, Office Girl 4, Yearbook Staff, Senior Prom. twenty MORRIS ALBERT THORP Wequetequcmck "Take rm Ilmughl for lunzurruuy fur lbe' mormu' lrzluar lbougbt of i1,relf." Track l, 23 Chess Club l, 2, 3g Model Railroad Club 43 Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hopg junior Promg Senior Prom. DAVID G. TRUSS Mystic "Cun1w11ed, be lelr lbs' rex! of lbe rmrld ga by." Glee Club 1, 2, 4g Cafeteria Staff 43 Biology Club 2, 3g Music Ap- preciation Club 4g Yearbook Staffg Talent Show 3, 43 Freshman Par- ty: junior Promg U. N. Tripg Walslmington Club. IXNJISIZ M. VARS Pawcatuck "A mirmr uf .Ill l'UlH'lc',fj'.H Glee Club l, 23 Discussion Club lg lntramurals lg Drum Corps 1, 2g Acrobat l, 25 Twirler 2g Honor So ciety 3, 4g Talent Show 1, 2, 5, 4 Yearbook Stalffg Honor Roll 1, 3, 4. ROBERT W. WEl.I.S Pawcatuck "A .ilmnger be mme. he .muu la 4'IlIl!fll4'7'Kd.H Vlfashington Clubg Baseball 4. 2, E A ,, ,. , a 'V lsfii 12. 1 y Q CATHERINE INI. VINCENT Stonington "The ill-1'f1llf1L'.f.l' of .1 rmrzmn pm- IUIIKA' ber diI41',f,H Glee Club 1, 25 Talent Show 3g Yearbook Staffg U. N. Tripg Dra- matics Club 2g Otlice Girl 4. JOYCE ANN WEST North Stonington "A face with gladnerr o1'er5preaa'." Sophomore Hopg junior Promg Senior Promg Intramurals 23 U. N. Tripg Talent Show 43 Glee Club 4g Ofhce Girl 4g Yearbook Staffg RONALD WHEWEI.L Pawcatuck "Tbw'e if tl lflllc' for ,l'I7f.'JLfllg .md HARRY E. XVHITE .1 time fur being will." Old MYSUC Latin Club 11 Biology Club 2, 5, 4g Yearbook Staffg French Club 43 Student Council lg Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Honor Society 5, 43 Wiisli- ington Club. "Tu :mike biule ii' lu tire." Biology Club Z, 31 Chess Club 1, lweulyvane Wfashington Club. RENAY WOODROW Stonington "Full of all g6l1flE7l6'J.l'.U Biology Club , ANITA FRANCES YORK North Stonington "A helping hand at all timer." Yearbook Staffg Oliice Girl 4. 1. Maryanne Risica 2. Neal Squadrito 3. Maureen Schackner 4. Bernard Pont 5. Edwina and William Shea 6. Audrey Coats 7. janet Greene 8. Irene Schultz 9. Nadeen Panciera 10. john Grills ELLEN LOUISE WHITFORD Old Mystic "I do the bert I cfm, alwayrf' Cafeteria Staff 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, Biology Club 2, 3, 4: U. N. Trip, Freshman Par- tyg Sophomore Hop, Senior Prom, Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3, Honor- able Mention 1, 2. 3, 4, Home- room Treasurer 4, Yearbook Lit- erary Staff, Office Girl 4, Drum Corps 1, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4. AUDREY G. WILKINSON Pawcatuck "Around ber lingerr all air of rweetnerr. rinrerity and rimplirilyf' Glee Club 1, 2g Discussion Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatics Club, Year- book Staffg U. N. Trip, Talent Show 4, Senior Prom, Washing- ton Clubg Intramurals 1, 2. BABY 17. Nancy DeMoura 18. Nancy Lamb 19. Ann Foley 20. Frank jeffrey, jr. 21. Joyce West 22. Susie Caputo 23. Cecelia Leone 24. Anthony Moosey 25. Shirley Smith 11. Carole Platt, Helen Kelleher, 26. Rosario Longo and Barbara Jones 12. Mary Ann Bianchi 13. Michael Cronin, Jr. 14. jan Morosini 15. Vincent Faillace, Jr. 16. joseph Holly 27. Marion Frasier 28. Frances Tanner 29. Rose Marie Sammataro 30. Virginia Gavitt 31. Anthony Engstrom 32. Rosanne Levanti twenty-two PICT URES Ann Marie Pescatello Jacqueline Bailey Anna Rose Roderick Beverly Brooks Barbara Hess Charles Holdridge Grace Bonomo Carl Johnson Anne McKenzie David Truss Louise Vars jane MacKnight Kathleen Abbott Evelyn Masofsky Sandra Ritchie Susan O'Neil RONALD E. WORCESTER Stonington "So rufeet the blurb of barbful nerr." Chess Club lg Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 2 U. N. Tripg Washington Club "S" Club 3, 45 Yearbook Staff. 49. Renny Stackpole 50. jane Stewart 51. Maryanne Schackner 52. Barbara Kenyon 53. Jack Cunnian 54. Patricia Cartier A 55. Catherine Vincent 56. joydelyn Albro 57. john Songdahl 58. 'Eileen Fiddes 59. Dorothea Mercier 60. Caroline Roux 61. Theresa Sylvia 62. Helen McKenna 63. Diane Sousa 64. Harriet Mitchell 65. Norman McNeil, jr. 66. Gail Brown ,v -W. ..,,, -1- -lr 1 'af fIl'L'lll-I -lfvr O on 1, A , 3:- Y,f.,i'Q4 , -ASA. KM-Awmung f Nu-' B O Y Eddie Randall john Carocari . john Jessiman . jesse Miner . Neal Squadrito Ernest Lopes . Norman McNeil John Carocari . Neal Squadrito David Smith . Neal Squadrito Renny Stackpole Norman McNeil jack Cunnian . Richard Arruda Norman McNeil Neal Squadrito Neal Squadrito Renny Stackpole Wayne Steadman john Carocari . john Carocari . Mike Cronin . Ken Burgess . Neal Squadrito Norman McNeil Mike Cronin . Wayne Steadman Tony Engstrom Frank jeffrey . Norman McNeil ,lass Vote Best Actor Most Ambitious Class Artist Quzetest Most Athletic Cutest Best Dancer Most Dignijied Best Disposition Best Dressed Class Musician Best Lookin g First to Marry Most Talhative Biggest Tease Personality Plus Most Popular Best School Spirit Wittiest Most Likely to Succeed Most Sophisticated Most Studious Class Comedian Most Respected Class Flirt Most Versatile Did Most for Class Class Giggler Most Argumentative Most Romantic twenty-four G I R L . . . . Carol Clay Rose Marie Sammataro . . . Connie Culver . Frances Finnegan . Celia Leone . . Kathy Abbott . Diane Sousa . . 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V I 'T S' r 1 G C Name Nfkzmnze Pet Peeve Crazy About Min Mort Favorite Saying Favorite Song Kathleen Abbott Kath My brother Joe Frankie Kids and cheering "You little shmoe" "September Song" Ross Robert Aiello Mick Being ordered around Cars and boats The boys "I'll go along with that!! 'Rain!!', "Little Shoemaker" Jocelyn Albro Joy P. D. Jimmie The kids "For heaven's sake' ' Little Things Mean a Lot" Nancy Armstrong Nannie "Dennis the Mennis" Horses Marilyn and Sandy "Tomorrow" "Lullaby of Birdland" Allan Arnold Tex Slow drivers Lunch hour P. D. "That's the way it goes" "Alma Mater" Richard Arruda Rit Homework Girls School "I don't mess around, boy!'! ' Better Not Do That" Jacqueline Bailey Jackie Catty People Music Business Department "Hi Doll!" "Stardust" Warren Banker None The line up at lunch block Anne Mob and coffee break "Feet take off" "The Little Shoemaker" Rita Banks Reet Stuckup people Square dancing The wonderful kids "We'll have none of that" "It Shall Come to Pass" Robert Benwar Bob Everybody Carole W. H. S. " I Reckon" "This Old House' Grace Marie Bononio Gray Aggravating People Marlon Brando 'Ole gang of mine" Yeh, Huh Hut "If I Loved You" Mary Ann Bianchi Binky Chemistry Tests Vacations Kids Ain't that you! "Blue Moon" Doug Brayman Dog Girls Bob Garbarino Mob and coffee break "I ll tell ya" 'iWait Till I Get You Alone" Beverly Brooks Bev P. D. Allyn The kids "Big thrill" "I'm a Fool to Care" John Brophy Johnny-B School Vacations Assemblies "Ain't you smart" "ML Sandman" Patricia Brown Pat P. D. Horses Everything "Ya cruisin for a bruisin" "Hold My Hand" Gail Brown Boof Conceited people The "Kid" The kids and cheering "Real Sharp!" Glenn Miller's Music Carolyn Burdick Burd P. D. Dick Roller skating 'I'll clue you" "Blue Moon" Kenneth L. Burgess Ken Not enough movies Baseball Nothing in particular "Do a lot better" Anything by Benny Goodman Dolores Jane Cano Gee-Gee Agitators Pegs and Drapes O. P. Block 3 "Honestly" "Thinking of You" Assunta Caputo Susie Being called Assunta "Roger" The kids "Honestly" "Little Things Mean a Lot" John Carocari John Guys bumming pennies Mad dash for school Well I'll be a dirty bird ' Hey There" Patricia Alice Cartier Pat Homework Maurice S. H. S. "Shoot" 'If I Give My Heart to You" Michael E. Cronin, Jr, Mike French Boats Sports "Come now" "Ebb Tide" Carol Clay Carol Getting up Johnny The kids "Dot's goooot!" "September Song" Audrey Coats Audie Homework Dancing and races The kids "Dat be all right" "Blue Moon" Constance J. Culver Con. Connie Thin people! Renny The gang "Gees" "This Is My Beloved" John Cunnian - Jack My car Nadeen's shirts Basketball "Meek' "Hold My Hand" Nancy G. DeMoura Nan Bad weather Skating and dancing My friends "Man alive!" "Because of You" Tony Engstrom Inky Cars that don't dim lights Sport cars Block L, P, D, Class "Huh!" ' Pennsylvania 6-SOO" Vincent Faillace Vinny Homework Mickey ' "Ah Gee" "Answer Me My Love" Marilyn Falck Bessie P. D. Eddie Fisher Kids "Oh Brother" "I Need You Now" Eileen Fiddes Eileen Walking up the hill Kittens School "Gosh" "You'll Never Walk Alone" Frances Finnegan Fran Conceited people Hillbilly music All the kids "You better believe it' "Hold My Hand" James Fish Jim Leaving Saturday nights Dot Mob and coffee break "Let's go" "If I Didn't Care" Marion Frasier Mayme Men drivers Carl All the kids, Mr. Foley "Gee Wizz" "Orchids in the Moonlight" Ann Foley Ann Conceited people Music S. H. S. "Oh, honestly" "Moonlight in Vermont" Louise Gagne Lou Cliques Ronald Everyone "Holy Cow" ' Chapel in the Moonlight" Virg' ia' Gavitt Ginny Conceited people Everything The kids "You can't fight it." "Moonlight Serenade" Robert Garbarino Bob Shop investigations Girls Mob and coffee break "You betcha life" "I Spoke Too Soon" Douglas R. Gray Doug Inconsistencies Hunting Running for the bus "I'll say" "Cinnamon Sinner" E janet Greene jan P. D. Music The kids "Lovely ' "Blue Moon' john Grills Johnny Late to class Carol Football "You got me" "The Bandit' Ina Hauptman Bubbles Gossips Pizza The kids "Aw-com-on" "Blue Moon' Violet Hazard Speedie Biology My baby brother Joyce johnson "What do you think ?' e ' Love Me Baby' Edward Heffernan Skip Homework Girls The mob "I don't got none" "Shake Rattle 8: Roll' Barbara Lee Hess Barb Trying to catch the bus Cadillacs Everybody "Right here and now" 'Temptation' William Hobart Squire Shop investigations joy Boys and coffee break "I guess you'll find" "Almost Always' Charles Holdridge Chas Getting up to go to school Girls Football "That's what you think" "If I Give My Heart to You' Joseph E. Holly joe Study Halls Outdoor life Home Room "Oh Yeah' "Sh m' Frank jeffrey jeff Getting up jan Football ' I don't know' "High and the Mighty" John jessiman johnny Study Hall Shop fHa Haj Roaming the halls "Let's get with it ' "This Old House" Edwin F. jette, jr. Ed Work, etc. Sports Vacations "Real Gone" "Dragnet" Carl Johnson C. Cafeteria Teacher Rm. 16 Sports at S.H.S. "Ain't that you?" "I Understand' Barbara Jones Babs Cliques Bob The kids "For Pete's sake" ' If I Give My Heart to You' Sally May Karjala Sal Surprise quizzes George The gang "Holy Cow" "Hey There' Helen Kelleher Conceited people jim The kids "Cocky" "Blue Moon' Barbara Kenyon Babs Machines in O. P. room j?? Everything "O for gosh sakes" "Moonlight Serenade' Nancy C. Lamb Nan Monday mornings Glen Miller Music Football games "I'll say" "My Happiness" Kenneth R. Lanphere Ken Slow boats Cars, marine sports The boys "I'll take your word for it" The Little Shoemaker" Janet E. Lawrence jan That car Pete Someone "Wow! !" "If I Give My Heart to You' Cecelia Leone Celia Pink shirts jack jack and fun at school "My word" "Blue Moon' Rosanne Mary Levanti Rox The 1949 Dodge Fri. Night Memory That ole gang of mine ' Can I drive?" "Gonna Sit Right Down" Rosario Longo Bug Goo Goo Moosey Shapes and sizes Skipping school "Leave me alone" "Chapel in the Moonlight" Ernest Lopes Ernie Teachers Barbara Barbara 'You just better not do that' "Sh-Boom" Jane MacKnight jane Phonies Danny Cheering "Charmaine" Kenneth Leonard Main Ken Homework Girls Girls "Oh My" 'Melody of Love' Evelyn Masofsky Ev Cliques Charm bracelets "Blast it" "Embraceable You" Helen McKenna Helen P. D. Pizza Office Practice Block 2 "That's life" "Smile" Anne McKenzie Kenz Sunday nights Ron David's car "Oh, crumb' "The Nearness of You" Norman McNeil, Jr. Sonny Police Girls-Especially one? Football "That's about the size of it' "St, Louis Blues-Mambo" Maryann Mello Getting up First lunch block "What did I say?" 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The cast included: Cathy Abbott as Scarlet O'Hara, Norman McNeil as Rhett Butler, Barbara Kenyon as Melanie Wilkes, and Frank Jeffrey as Ashley Wilkes. The movie was produced by Gerald Reynolds and directed by Kenneth Burgess. Scenery and costumes were designed by Nancy Armstrong and Irene Schultz respectively. Cameramen included: Rosario Longo, Anthony Moosey, and Vincent Faillace. Lighting technicians were Morris Thorp, Kenneth Lanphere, Douglas Brayman, and John Brophy. Arriving at the theater I saw Charles Holdridge, CBS news commentator, interviewing John Carocari, Governor of Connecticut, Theresa Sylvia, television star of I Love Terry, and Jacqueline Bailey, Metropolitan Opera star, along with the stars of the movie. At the entrance of the theater were Robert Benware, doorman, and John Songdahl, Edward Heffernan, Robert Wells, Edwin Jette, and Joseph Holly, ushers. After reaching my seat I noticed the world famous brain surgeon, Dr. Michael Cronin, chatting with jet ace, John Grills and his colpilot, Richard Arruda. Entering with her press agent, David Truss, was movie actress, Carol Clay. As I glanced around, I saw Robert Swain, Jesse Miner, and Kenneth Main discussing their latest invention, the au- tomatic weeder. The lights dimmed and the movie began, The first attraction was the March of Time. Headlines: JANET LAWRENCE APPOINTED DELEGATE TO U. N. BY CHIEF EXECUTIVE CRIMINAL LAWYER WAYNE STEADMAN EXPOSES NATlON'S LEADING NARCOTIC RING CARL JOHNSON, STAR SHORTsTOP OF TI-IE NEW YORK YANKEEs, ADMITTED TO HALL OF FAME RONALD WORCEsTER BREAKS SCORING RECORD IN TI-IE CELTIC'S FIRST GAME AIRLINE STEWARDESSES, AUDREY WILKINSON AND NANCY DIEMOURA, DISPLAY BRAVERY IN PLANE CRASH After the news, an excellent performance was given by the star studded cast. As I left the theater 1 met Barbara Hess and Edwina Shea, Powers models, and Francis Finnegan and Patricia Brown, co-authors of the new TV serial, Life Wilh Evelyn, starrring Evelyn Ma- sofsky and Ricardo Sylvia. From here I continued on to The Pink Flamingo. owned and operated by Neal Squadrito and David Smith, where I was joined by Carole Platt and Helen McKenna, who were celebrating their mutual discovery of Planet X, which was heralded by world renowned scientists. Our coats were taken by New York's favorite hat check girls, Joycelyn Albro and Dorothea Mercier. The head waiter, John Jessiman, con- ducted us to our table. Gazing about the room we ob- served Shirley Smith, Catherine Vincent, Sally Karjala, Renay Woodrow, and Maureen Steele in attractive hostess uniforms. Over at the table in the corner sat Gayla Savage, designer for General Motors, Anne Mc- Kenzie, chief buyer for Peck and Peck, with Maryann Mello, her head model, and Jan Morosini, fashion ed- itor for Ladier Home Journal. From them we learned that Rose Marie Sammataro is in Europe on a lecture tour and that Bernard Pont has won the blue ribbon for raising the world's prize mink. Our attention was directed to the stage where the floor show had begun, featuring the Rhythm in Blue's Trio, consisting of Edward Randall, Ross Aiello, and Renny Stackpole, with Frances Tanner and Lorraine Pia as accompanists. Violet Hazard, famous blues singer, gave her rendition of The Blues in the Nighl: the acro- batics of Louise Vars filled us with amazement. Next on the program was a peppy accordion duet by Audrey Coats and Nadeen Panciera. Concluding the show was Willie Shea's imitation of Jerry Lewis. After a delicious meal, prepared by Chef Ronald Whewell, we talked with Jane MacKnight and Grace Bonomo, operators of Madame Suzette's Beauty Salon, owned by Susan O'Neil. They told us of the success of Ellen Whitford's convalescent home where Barbara Jones, Carolyn Burdick, Helen Kelleher, Eileen Fiddes, and Joyce Rathbun are nurses. I also learned that Diane Sousa, Mavis Nile, and Assunta Caputo are working at Boston Children's Hospital. Scattered throughout the crowd were many persons serving in the Armed Forces: in the Air Force are Allen Arnold, Harry White, and Douglas Gray, Army men, Ernest Lopes, and James Fish. In the Waves are Janet Greene and Marion Frasier, in the Wacs: Ina Hauptman, Virginia Gavitt, and Joyce West. Pausing at our table two famous interior decorators, Sandra Ritchie and Maryanne Schackner, de- scribed the decorations for their model home, which was built by Robert Garbarino's Construction Company, which also built Little Mo, the gift shop owned by Maureen Schackner and hnanced by Anthony Engstrom, Wall Street executive. Bidding goodbye to my friends and The Pink Flamin- go, I got into one of Alfred Rebello's taxicabs with Ros- anne Levanti, creator of the comic strip, fo-jo. Stopping on Broadway we were attracted by the window display Hat Shop, owned by Jane Stewart and Returning to my hotel, owned by Jack in Jay-Ann's Anne Foley. Cunnian, I was greeted by Warren Banker, doorman. Entering the hotel Coffee Shoppe, I noticed Rita Banks, Beverly Brooks and Marilyn Falck serving coffee to Gail Brown, champion figure skater, and Mary Ann Bi- anchi, author of the lastest best seller Liz-fe and Like Il. As I stepped into the elevator, I recognized Bonnie Or- lando, woman lawyer, and her secretaries, Dolores Cano and Anita York. William Hobart, the elevator boy, told me that Nancy Lamb owns the Kiddy Korner Nurrery School where Patricia Cartier and Harriet Mitchell teach. I learned that Louise Gagne is librarian at the New York Public Library. At the fourth Hoor Gloria Rocha, author of the Little Mite Children? Books, and twenty-nine Caroline Roux, proprietor of the Caramel Shop, en- tered the elevator. After I left the elevator, I entered my room and turned on the news. The commentator, Sandra Sprague, told of the victory of the All American Girl's Basketball Team, which included Cecelia Leone, Mary- anne Risica, and Anna Rose Roderick. Irene Noel, she reported, has been appointed head of the French de- partment at Smith College. As I recalled the events of the evening, I realized that a great many of the celebrities that I had met were from Stonington High School's Class of 1955. The members of our class had succeeded and attained heights which were far beyond our greatest expectations. The only comment I could make was, "Oh, if only S.H.S. could see us now!" MARY ANN BIANCHI NANCY LAMB MAUREEN SCHACKNER Class ill we, THE SENIOR CLASS of Stonington High School, being of sound mind and memory, do hereby give and bequeath our traits and qualities to the underclassmen that the spirit and glory of the Class of 1955 may not fade from the earth. , I, Shirley Smith, do leave my "Louie" to absolutely no one. I, Nancy Armstrong, do leave my reputation as the biggest flirt in the Senior class to Mary Lou Foley. I, Douglas Gray, do will my love of archery to Bob Medbery. I, Kathy Abbott, do will my small "cute" looks to joan Miller. We, Carl johnson and Gerry Reynolds, being of sound mind and body, do will our membership in the Moondog Club, to Wayne Lawrence and Billy Lazarek. I, Barbara Kenyon, do will my good disposition at all times to Dotty Robinson. I, Ed Randall, do leave my "Golden Cornet" to Joe Abbott. I, Ronnie Worcester, do bequeath my love for "Chem- istry" to Walter Savage. I, Janet Green, do leave my typewriter in the O.P. room to anyone who can use it as well as I have. I, Ina Hauptman, do leave my bashfulness to Maur- een Morrissette. I, Michael Cronin, do will my interest in boats to Arnold QCapj Lema. I, joycelyn Albro, do will my interest in Hobart Street to absolutely no one. I, Susie Caputo, do will my interest in Germany to absolutely no one. K I, Robert Garbarino, do will my little blue convertible to anyone who can afford to run it, I, Renny Stackpole, do will my love for music to Bob- by Barnes. I, james Fish, do will my crew-cut to joe Sousa. I, Kenneth Lanphere, do leave my '57 Buick to any underclassman who can repair it and still have it run. I, Edwin Jette, do leave my job in the Mystic A8cP to Nils Carlsson. ' I, Marilyn Falck, do leave my cute features and rosy complexion to Linda Wfolif. I, Joyce Rathbun, do will my love of sports to joan Grills. I, David Truss, do leave to Dick Gaynor my love for boats, all shapes and sizes. ibirly I, jan Morosini, do leave my always smiling personal- ity to Ann Holdridge. I, Rosanne Levanti, do bequeath my pleasant smile to Sandra Siller. I, Billy Hobart, do leave my ability to let everyone know that I have arrived, to anyone who can make as much noise as I. I, Joyce West, do will to Margi Sears my love for dancing. I, Marion Frasier, do will my flashing diamond to absolutely no one. I, David Smith, do will my '34 Roadster to absolutely no one. I, Nancy Lamb, do will my band-box look to Brenda Scussel. I, Gayla Savage, do will my yellow convertible to any- one who finds it as entertaining as I have. I, Bob Benware, do will to Bernie Andrews my book of jokes. I, Evelyn Masofsky, do will to my sister Doris my collection of charm bracelets, and the ability to wear as many as I can on one arm. I, Richard Arruda, do will to john DaSilva my "beat" -walking the halls at lunch block! I, Norman McNeil, do bequeath my position as "Class President" to Robert Schackner. I, Beverly Brooks, do will my driver's license to my sister Frances. I, Frances Finnegan, do will my quiet ways to Barbara Costa. We, Robert Swain and joseph Holly, do will our in- terest in hunting to Charles Main and Robert Cale, I, Rose Marie Sammataro, do leave my leadership ability to any deserving underclassman. I, jesse Miner, do will my interest in cows and meadows to Frank Babonas. I, Kenneth Burgess, do not have a will, I just merely leave, Period! I, William Shea, do leave my witty remarks to jack Maccione. I, Cecelia Leone, do leave my athletic ability to Elace Dart. I, jane MacKnight, do leave my ability to participate in all activities to jean Duerr. I, Maryann Mello, do will my ability to look nice in anything I wear to Linda Baird. I, Maryanne Schackner, do leave my position as cap- tain of the cheerleaders to Heather Anderson. I, Harry White, do will my "Black Smith Build" to George Luzzi. We, Anita York and Anna Rose Roderick, do leave our diamonds to absolutely no one. I, Sandra Sprague, do will my coppery red hair to Judy Chick. I, Violet Hazard, do leave to my brother my mischiev- ous ways. I, Nancy DeMoura, do will my friendly smile to Noreen Trant. I, Mavis Nile, do leave to anyone who wants it my ability to make friends. I, Dolores Cano, do leave my cheerfulness to joan Wheeler. I, Anthony Moosey, do leave my interest in football to Russell Chipperlield. I, Warren Banker, do will to no one my interest in a certain Junior girl. I, Jane Stewart, do will my fashionable wardrobe to Sandra Banks. I, Irene Noel, do will my peaches and cream com- plexion to Marjorie Darling. I, Louise Vars, do will my tumbling ability to anyone who is willing to practice as hard as I have. I, Ricardo Sylvia, do will my big black Buick to any- one who can drive it as well as I, I, Susan O'Neil, do leave my detached O' to Elinor O'Brien. I, Gail Brown, do leave my beautiful eyes and win- ning smile to Thelma Larkin. I, Morris Thorp, do bequeath my title as Stage Man- ager to anyone who is as willing as I to help. I, Diane Sousa, do leave my love of dancing to Ver- onica Santos. I, Bonnie Orlando, do will my overflowing school spirit to Mary Lou Coffey. I, Rosario Longo, do leave my good looks to joseph Congelosi. I, Dot Mercier, do will my place on the Queen's Court, to anyone who will appreciate it as much as I did. I, Ann Marie Pescatello, do hereby bequeath all my interest in a certain Senior boy to anyone willing to persevere for four long years as I have. I, Alfred Rebello, do leave my '53 Ford to anyone who can pay for the gas. I, Grace Bonomo, do leave my ability to blush at the most inopportune moments to Betty Barnes. I, Ann Foley, do leave my quiet ways to Catherine Lenihan. I, Caroline Roux, do leave my comical actions to Mary Appleton. I, Carol Platt, do bequeath a certain Westerly High School ring to absolutely no one. I, Helen Kelleher, do leave to no one my interest in a certain junior boy. I, Bernard Pont, do will my pink shirt to john Santos. I, Allan Arnold, do will to Louis Allyn my love for singing. I, Audrey Coats, do will my ability to get along with other people to Marjorie Balestracci. I, Douglas Brayman, do will my love of comedy to Pat DeBernardo. I, Charles Holdridge, do leave my love of Westerly girls to Victor Rebello. I, Theresa Sylvia, do leave my giggles in class to any- one who can get away with it as long as I have. I, Wayne Steadman, do leave my witty phrases to Peter Larke, I, Rita Banks, do leave my love of square dancing to Gail Steele. I, Helen McKenna, do leave my sweet ways to Bev- erly Panciera. I, Kenneth Main, do will to anyone who has a car the privilege of giving girls rides to school in the morning. I, Patricia Brown, do will my quietness to anyone who is quiet. I, Lorraine Pia, do will to Nancy Linderson my inter- est in playing the piano. I, Barbara Lee Hess, do leave to Norma Brainard my ability to be laughing at all times. I, Robert Wells, do leave to any coming Senior boy my seat in the front of the auditorium during the as- semblies. I, Maureen Schackner, do leave to anyone my abil- ity to do good work. I, Ernest Lopes, do leave to Walter Savage all my study halls that I had in my Senior year. I, Catherine Vincent, do leave to Roberta Bailey the fun that I had in the office practice room. I, Audrey Wilkinson, do leave to my sister Beverly, my flirtatious manner so it will always remain in "our" family. We, Jack Cunnian and John Brophy, hereby leave our ability to lose money in the pool room to Squeaky Brennan and Hector Choquette. I. Harriet Mitchell, do will my ability to get up late in the morning and still make the bus to absolutely no one, because I can't even do it myself. I, Carol Clay, do will my position as the prettiest girl in the class to next year's junior Prom Queen. I, Patricia Cartier, do will the ability to get along with everyone to Agnes Kessler. I, john jessiman, do will to john Remor the ability to flirt with any girl and get away with it. I, Frances Tanner. do will to Shirley Bradley my bright and sunny disposition. I, Edward Heffernan, do will my pink shirt to any underclassman who can WOW the girls with it as much as I have. I, john Grills, do will my position as defensive guard to any boy who can hold it with as much dignity as I have. I, Frank jeffrey, do will my position as all star tackle to any boy who can live up to the title. I, Sandra Ritchie, do leave my love for food, and the ability to eat, and eat and never gain weight to Harriet McNeil. I, Neal Squadrito, do leave to Pete Arnold my versa- tility in sports and my popularity among my classmates. I, Ellen Whitford, do bequeath my tall, stately beauty to ,lean Sommer. We, Louise Gagne and Sally Karjala, do leave our known friendship to Pat Planchon and Barbara Stowell. I, Gloria Rocha, do leave my three study halls to Carol Cidale. ' I, Ross Aiello, do will my love for college English to to David Fontanella. I, Connie Culver, sweet smile and title "The Blond Bomb Shell." do leave to Eleanor Powers my thirty-one I, Vincent Faillace, do will my love for baseball to Ronnie Gibson. I, john Carocari, do leave my everlasting amount of energy to work for my class, to any underclassman who can work as well as I have. I, Anthony Engstrom, do leave my ability to liven up a classroom whenever things get dull to Robert Whicker. I, Edwina Shea, do leave my sophisticated manners to my sister jane. I, Maryanne Risica, do leave my sparkling big brown eyes and cute short features to anyone who fits this de- scrrptron. I, Mary Ann Bianchi, do will my athletic ability to Elaine Dart. I, Maureen Steele, do will my quiet and ladylike man- ner to Barbara Bradley. I, Irene Schultz, do will my artistic ability to Richard Dimock. I, jackie Bailey, do will my love for music to Barbara Smith. I, Nadeen Panciera, do leave my interest in a certain Senior boy to absolutely no one. I, Anne McKenzie, do will my interest in the Univer- sity of Connecticut to absolutely no one. I, janet Lawrence, do leave by ability to talk my way out of any situation to janet Foley. I, Ronald Whewell, do leave my argumentative ways to Richard Lema. I, Renay Woodrow, do will my ability to be always We had a dream last night. How very ironical that it included all the important events that occurred to the Class of 1955 during their stay at Stonington High School, the night before their twenty-fifth reunion. Commencing our dream was a perfect day with a golden September sun brightly shining. A happy antic- ipating group of Freshmen were seen entering the portals of S.H.S. to begin the four happiest years of their lives. That year the class voted Thomas Banks, class president, Neal Squadrito, vice-president, Gail Brown, secretary, Sandra Ritchie, treasurer, and Ronald Whewell and Ann McKenzie, Student Council Repre- sentatives. Their first big social, the Freshman Party, was held on Valentine's Day, 1952, and all attending reported a wonderful time. Roger Main's orchestra provided music for the occasion. Their last big project for that year was the Fresh- man Talent S-how under the supervision of Mrs. jose- phine Cullinane. The show, being a total success, was dedicated to the graduating class of 1952. They were now sophomores and, feeling quite at home at S.H.S., proceeded to elect the following class officers: president, Thomas Banks, vice-president, Neal Squadri- to, secretary, Gail Brown, treasurer, Dorothea Mercier, and Student Council Representatives, Jane MacKnight, Rose Marie Sammataro, Gerald Reynolds, .and Neal Squadrito. The Sophomore Talent Show, with its theme "Show- in the girls' room to anyone who can get away with it as long as I have. I, Eileen Fiddes, do leave my position on the honor society to any deserving underclassman. I, john Songdahl, do leave my front seat in P.D. to any underclassman who can hold it as well as I have. I, Carolyn Burdick, do bequeath my interest in roller skating to Alice Burdick. I, Virginia Gavitt, do leave my quiet disposition to Marilyn Stebbings. I, Barbara Jones, do will my friendly smile to Susan Rose. Signed, Jeoled, publirbed and derlared tbir at and for the loft Will and Tertament, by the Clair of 1955, Stonington High School, in the prerenre of ur and earl: of ur, who at their reqnert and in their pretence of each other have berennlo Inbfcrioed our nanzer of wilneyfef. ELLEN WI-IITFORD LORRAINE PIA Arrived by JOYCE RATHBUN HELEN MCKENNA CAROL CLAY CONNIE CULVER JANE MACKNIGHT ANN MARIE PESCATELLO EVELYN MAsoEsIcY ROSANNE LEVANTI IRENE SCI-IULTZ ANITA YORK CAROL PLATT CAROLYN BURDICK SUSAN O'NEIL GRACE BONOMO CATHERINE VINCENT BARBARA JONES BARBARA HESS BARBARA KENYON Class History boat," uncovered much undiscovered talent, the most promising being that of the singing of Renny Stackpole and Constance Culver. Under the capable direction of Janet Lawrence, the Sophomore Hop with Bunky Kent's orchestra was a most gala affair. That was the year the new cheerleaders were chosen. After four hectic weeks of practicing, May 7 finally arrived. Maryanne Schackner was designated captain and her squad included Kathy Abbott, Grace Bonomo, Gail Brown, Cecelia Leone, Jane MacKnight, and Susan O'Neil. September, 1953. They were now juniors and ready to embark on one of the most enjoyable and sociable years of their school life. Class oihcers for that year were Wayne Steadman, president, Neal Squadrito, vice- president, Gail Brown, secretary, Maryanne Schackner, treasurer, and Carol Clay, Sandra Ritchie, Rose Marie Sammataro, Gerald Reynolds, Neal Squadrito, and Wayne Steadman, Student Council Representatives. November, 195 3. The junior Talent Show under the direction of co-chairmen jane MacKnight and Diane Sousa was presented so effectively that it was selected as the exchange assembly to be performed at Westerly High School. ' February 1954. Mr. Robert Shea was appointed fac- ulty adviser to the Class of '55. Highlighting the year was the annual overnight trip of the class to the United tbirly-two Nations in New York City. We will never forget the sights and the fun had by all. March, 1954. The Honor Society held its initiation in March and the juniors admitted to the organization were john Carocari, Michael Cronin, Eileen Fiddes, Nancy Lamb, Cecelia Leone, Nadeen Panciera, Gerald Reyn- olds, Rose Marie Sammataro, Gayla Savage, Maureen Schackner, Irene Schultz, Sandra Sprague, Louise Vars, and Ronald Whewell. june 18, 1954. "Melody in june." Familiar music to your ears? That was the theme of our junior Prom. We crossed over the bridge and found a miniature garden and the flower and vine covered throne on which our beautiful queen, Carol Clay, was crowned. The six princesses of her court were Kathy Abbott, Gail Brown, Constance Culver, Ann McKenzie, Dorothea Mercier, and Maryanne Schackner. September, 1954. Class election of the Senior Class. Norman McNeil was elected to lead us along the last mile. Assisting him were john Cunnian, vice-president, Gail Brown, secretaryg Maryanne Risica, treasurer, and the Student Council Representatives were the same as the previous year. October, 1954. The "Brown and White" announced its officers which were editor-in-chief, Gayla Savage, assistant editor, Maureen Schacknerg business manager, Maryanne Schacknerg sports editor, Ann McKenzie, and circulation manager, Rose Marie Sammataro. The old country backwoods was the scene of the hilarious Senior Talent Show. It featured many of the acts which made our previous talent shows so successful. The Washington Club raised much of its money with after school jobs and many other fund raising ac- tivities. November Il and 25, 1954. Our football team ended a rather successful season by defeating Westerly in the Veterans' Day and Thanksgiving Day games. They won four, lost four, and tied one. Class 0de Tune: May Ibe Good Lord Blerr and Keep You We're at the end of our school days, And we are sad to leave them, Days which have been pleasant, in so very many ways. As we face each future year, S.H.S. we'll ne'er forget thee, For you have given us much that we'll always hold so dear. May thy guiding light long shine, With a brilliance ne'er exceeded, Lead onward every future class, To a goal lofty and fine. And no matter what we do, We'll recall these happy yearsg Dearest S.H.S. today we say farewell to you. As we leave thy hallowed halls we say farewell, Farewell, to you. Bv NANCY LAMB january, 1955. Rose Marie Sammataro was presented with the Good Citizenship Award. Also, the cast for "Time Out for Ginger" was announced with Mary Ann Bianchi, Sandra Ritchie, and Mike Cronin capturing leading roles. The Senior Prom was held january 29. The last social event of our high school years was all a-glitter illustrat- ing its theme, "Moonlight in Vermont." The big snow- man, the moon, the mountain, and the shining stars, completed the atmosphere. February, 1955. Our four years were completed when our basketball team defeated Westerly for the second time in many years. A dream had become a reality, Two of our classmates participated in the American Oratorical Contest. They were: Irene Schultz whose topic was "The Privileges and Responsibilities of an Ameri- can Citizen," and Bernard Pont whose topice was "A Temple of Liberty." March, 1955. The officers of the Honor Society were announced. April, 1955. Spring approached and with her came the long awaited Washington trip. We will never forget the beauty of the city and the wonderful times we had. june, 1955. Class Day, the presentation of the class gift and the planting of the ivy had arrived. june 10, 1955. The finale. Our four short years had ended, With misty eyes we reminisced and looked to the future. We had reached the end of that long road. Hand in hand, we approached its forks. Which way did they go? What became of that old gang of ours? Tonight we will find out, when all of us with tears in our eyes, join together at our twenty-fifth re- union and sing, "I'd give a million tomorrows for just one yesterday." NANCY ARMSTRONG GAYLA SAVAGE MARX'ANNE SCHACKNER 4 junior Prom Queen and Clair Preridenl Carol Clay, Norman McNeil zlfirly-three f W new fL"fl'f-llfflllf' FIRST ROW-left to right-Josephine Gandolh, Maryann Gin- gerella. Brenda Riley, Barbara Costa, Gail Steele, Elaine How- ard, Deanna Tatro, Louise Labuda, Elizabeth Kenyon, June Chaffee, Gladys Miner, Juanita Lewis, Dorothy Robinson, Frances Brown, Beverly Santos. SECOND ROW-Marion Tillinghast, Joan Wheeler, Carol Walsh, Josephine Perrone, Alcinda Monsam, Gretchen Miller, Robert Schackner, William Lazarek, Robert Barnes, Marjorie Newton, Roberta Bailey, Thelma Larkin, Judith Sullivan, Alice Burdick, Joan Rafuse. CLASS THIRD ROW4Faith Keegan, Patricia Donahue, Mary Lou Foley, Eleanor O'Brien, Anne Bailey, Sally Jones, Marjorie Darling, Beverly Kasper, Janet Ball, Barbara Durdick. Helen Sullivan, Marjorie Balestracci, Catharine Lenihan, Heather An- derson, Phyllis Anderson. FOURTH ROW-Ann Holdridge, Mary Keegan, Jean Sommer, Elizabeth Curran, Sandra Banks, Agnes Kessler, Ruth Foley, Patricia Lord, Elace Dart, Elizabeth Barnes, Joan McMahon, Marilyn Brown, Susan DeMoura, Mary Lou Coffey, Marilyn Stebbings, Harriet McNeil. OF '56 FIRST ROW-left to right-Peter Larke, Stephen Godomsky, Ralph Ballato, Joseph Quattromani, Frank Allen, Thomas Kiddy, Ronald Aversa, Donald LoPresto, Robert McDonough, Thomas Costa, Jack Maccione, Arnold Lema, Victor Sadclow. SECOND ROW-William Clay, John Alexander, Stanley Ben- nett, Joseph King, David Brennan, Gretchen Miller, Robert Schackner, William Lazarek, Robert Barnes, Nuno Rendeiro, Richard Brustolon, Anthony Cravinho, Joseph DeFrias, Joseph Choquette, Ronald Gibson. THIRD ROW-Peter Arnold, Curtis Brown, Nelson Durham, James Cavanaugh, John Bower, Robert Staplin, Joseph Joseph, David Marchand, Daniel Burleigh, David Fontanella, Ventura Rebello, Walter Savage, Henry Rescigno, Nils Carlsson. FOURTH ROW-Frederick Grills, Robert Tattersall, Robert Johns, Bernard Andrews, Steven Cushman, Lewis Brant, Robert Doughty, Wayne Lawrence, Walter Brown, Wzzlter Sicard, John Morton, Alden Main, George Dyer, Eugene Smith, Wil- liam Pray. tbirly-fix FIRST ROW!-left to right-Doris Browning, Sandra Aversa, joyce Danesi, Carolyn Littlefield, Virginia Catalano, Barbara Bradley, Carlene Mitchell, Leonora Bellerose, Faculty Adviser Mr. Bradley Bunker, Mary Ellen Brosnihan, juanita Malone, Barbara Sherman, Carolyn Fry, joanna Rossi, Barbara Smith, juclith Gagner, Philomena Meringolo, SIZCOND ROW!-Sandra Greene, Elaine janeiro, Marie Mc- Laughlin, Beverly Panciera, Antonia Sciro, Sandra Siller, Carol Ciclale, Roger Panciera, Robert Gensburg, Noreen Trant, San- dra Keegan, Althea Richards, Rosemary Smith, jane Shea, Linda Wmwlff, judith Nichols. THIRD ROW!-Mary Leone, Shirley Bradley, Carole Zeller, jacqueline Larkin, Angela Miceli, Sandra Ferrigno, Nancy Bennett, Susan jones, Patricia Radicioni, Noreen Rattigan, Beverly Wilkinstvn, Diane Siller, Clara Adamo, Lucille Costa, Kathleen Colechia, joan Grills, Margaret Comolli, Barbara Tattersall, Diane Vars, Patricia Canavan, Audrey Victoria. Hertha Klipingat, Patricia Richards. FOURTH ROXV-Alice Richard, Marlene Cirioni, jean Duerr, Maureen Morrissette, Claudia Arzamarski, Ann Krawiec, Doro- thy Schatz, Annie Herbert, Catherine Wliite, joyce LeValley, Patricia Lewis, Cynthia Bonardi, Elaine Dart, Mary Gilmore, Virginia Avery, Ann Smith, Linda Baird, Susan Rose, Mar- guerite Rusch, jane Burdick. CLASS OF '57 FIRST ROW!-left to right-james Stewart, Charles Main, Rob- ert Wfhicker, Frank Clay, Andre Pasqualin, john Mitchell, Wfalter Brown, Charles Chiappone, Robert Clemens, Faculty Adviser Mr. Bunker, Robert Miner, Harold Rathbun, Richard Doherty, Anthony Sylvia, Robert Cini, George Babonas, George Wilcles. SECOND RONXfwRobert Medbery, George Luzzi, james Crow- ley, Frank Raymond, john Santos, james Steele, Carol Cidale, Roger Panciera, Robert Gensburg, Noreen Trant, joseph Ah- hott, Louis Clark, David Wfilson, Raymond Peirson, joseph Vincent Hazard. Travers, THIRD ROXW-james Sisk. Robert Cale, George McGugan, Robert Schiller. Wzllter Wfhicker, Charles Dias, joseph Sousa, Richard Dimock, Kenneth Wilccmx, Richard Chippertield, Frank Babonas, Thurman Banks, Raymond Morgan, Richard Lima, james Vfhitehead. FOURTH ROW-Rtissell McLaughlin, Stiles Gilmore, Theo- dore Ball, Clifford Foster, Tom Tetlow, Rodney Sweet, Edward Harrison, George Wfhewell, Donald Dart, Xvilliam Page, Leon Wlmewell, Andre Noel, Louis Allyn. lbirly-,rererz FIRST ROW-left to right-Constance Maderia, Patricia Crow- ley, Santina Faillace, Shirley Algiere, Georgianna Bowden, Agnes Wheeler, Loretta Mitchell, Jacquelyn Laing, Barbara Al- giere, Dorine Donath, Ethel Buck, Brenda Scussel, Lillian Bell, Cynthia Roberts, Lorraine Lis, Judith Watrous. SECOND ROW-Arlene Mitchell, Grace Catalano, Jacqueline Sousa, Marcia Wolff, Janet Foley, Frances Brooks, Thomasine Panciera, Barbara Stowell, Robert DeBragga, Thomas Schack- ner, Judith Main, Jacqueline Jeffrey, Doris Masofsky, Rose Ser- rano, Judith Hughes, Elaine Barbonas. THIRD ROW-Alice Brown, Elizabeth Ward, Geraldine Rear- CLASS don, Judith Fusaro, Joyce Colprit, Helen Cowell, Juliette Pont, Carolyn Pont, Helen Brophy, Joan Miller, Antoinette Lidestri, Derwent Riding, Brigitte Tocker, Judith Teixiera, Joan Cray. Mary Shea, Joyce Kiley, Jean Wilkinson, Mary Appleton, San- dra Roderick, Priscilla Holdridge. FOURTH ROW-Nancy Linderson, Judith Chick, Ann Collins. Ida Vars, Eleanor Powers, Benita Scott, Patricia Sylvia, San- dra Pignataro, Ann Marie Cataffe, Linda Arnold, Ann Murphy, Marion Schatz, Patricia Schackner, Patricia Plachon, Bette Godomsky, Marjorie Sears, Janet Hobart, Kirsten Lema, Lucia Meserve. OF '53 FIRST ROW-left to right-Donald Noel, Samuel Greene, Anthony Henry, Orrin Handley, Michael Sisk, Wayne Cale, Thomas McGuinness, Edward Steele, Harry Higgins, Faculty Adviser Mr. Fabricant, Eugene Pine, Ernest Evans, Robert Hildebrand, Benjamin Turrisi, Robert Pierson, Wallace Stead- man, Bowen Briggs, Howard Barber. SECOND ROW-Kenneth Calkins, Leonard Novak, Custodio Rebello, William Fitzgerald, Robert Maccione, Paul Previty, Harry Buckley, Barbara Stowell, Robert DeBragga, Thomas Schackner, Judith Main, Pasquale De Bernardo, Gerald Vern- ieri, John Lopes, Gerson Friedman, Bernard Steadman. THIRD ROW-David Johnson, Peter Davis, John Marcotte, Francis Woycik, Paul Cravinho, William Hayes, James Pray, Jon Tattersall, John Boucher, Gerald Coswell, Gus Dessaules, Richard Schackner, William Brown, Stephen Volinsky, Richard Elliott, Wendell Whipple, John Williams, Arthur Mctzer- macher, Garth Meader, James Drury, Robert Burdick, Frank Luzzi, Everett Flagg. FOURTH ROW-Paul Songdahl, Kenneth Yates, John Bennett, Charles Way, William Sullivan, Robert Rose, Roger Allen, John Remor, Frederick Maloney, Edward DeFrias, Robert Bur- roughs, Herbert Arnold, Armand Morrissette, Clifford Morey, George Tourville, Harvey Thorpe, Rufus Allyn, John Mathew- son, Edward Wallington, Joseph Cangelosi, Frederick Ander- son, Daniel Gonsalves. thirty-eight Q5 7 CTI IT 5, ff Q ,f 0 R J f 'fr ' I I w ' r Cf QAM Ld! x, X -3 XD 4 gemvfv LQ W x'a v , -' 2' nrlj' YEARBOOK STAFF FIRST ROW!-left to right-Kathleen Abbott, joycelyn Albro, Dolorcs Cano, Patricia Cartier, Shirley Smith, Irene Schultz, Susan O'Neil, Anne McKenzie, Maryanne Schackner, Grace Iionomo, joyce Wc'st, Helen Kelleher, Maryanne Risica, Frances Tanner, Dorothea Mercier. SECOND ROW!-Wlilliam Shea, Marilyn Falck, Marion Fra- sier, jan Morosini, Audrey Coats, Louise Gagne, Carol Clay, Maryann Mello, Gail Brown, Diane Sousa, Helen McKenna, Constance Culver, Anita York, Nancy Armstrong, janet Greene, Virginia Gavitt, Kenneth Main. THIRD ROW!-Gerald Reynolds, Irene Noel, Cecelia Leone, Carole Platt, Barbara jones, Louise Vars, Eileen Fiddes, Maur- een Schackner, Rose Marie Sammataro, Nadeen Panciera, jolm Carocari, jacqueline Bailey, Giovanna Orlando, Nancy De- Moura, Evelyn Masofsky, Lois Fyfe, Charles Holdridge. FOURTH ROXV-Anthony Engstrom, Michael Cronin, Norman McNeil, Ronald Wcmrcester, Frances Finnigan, Theresa Sylvia. Sandra Sprague, Gloria Rocha, Rosanne Levanti, jane Mac- Knight, Mary Ann Bianchi, Beverly Brooks, Lorraine Pia, Ann Marie Pescatello, Ina Hauptman, Rita Banks, Sally Kariala, Maureen Steele, Patricia Brown, jolm Brophy' Renny Stackpole, David Truss. 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STUDENT COUNCIL -J ini FIRST RCJW-loft to riglitilktcr Davis, David Funianclla, THIRD ROW-Siintinii Faillacc, Barbara liradluy, Sandra Rit- Ncal Squarlritu, Pr.-ter Arnold, Gerald Rcymvlds. chic, Mary Lou Fulcy, Rose Marie Sammataro, licvcrly Kaspsr, SECOND ROW!-Agnes KL'9SlCf, Louis Allyn, Wiiltclr Savage, Faculty Advisur Mr. Coogan. Wirynn' Stcaalman, Carol Clay, 'Ioscph Alvlwtt, -luan Duurr. forly-lbrve OFFICE PRACTICE - FIRST ROW-left to right-Thesesa Sylvia, joycelyn Albro, Dolores Cano, Maryanne Risica, Shirley Smith, Maureen Steele, Sally Karjala, joyce West, Frances Tanner, Dorothea Mercier, Kathleen Abbott, Irene Noel. SECOND ROW-Helen McKenna, Lorraine Pia, Frances Fin- negan, Gloria Rocha, Beverly Brooks, Cecelia Leone, Lois Fyfe, Maryanne Schackner, Patricia Brown, Rita Banks, Rose Marie Sammataro, Virginia Gavitt. THIRD ROW-Marion Frasier, Carole Platt, Giovanna Or- lando, Nancy DeMoura, Anna Rose Roderick, Marilyn Falck, Assunta Caputo, janet Greene, Diane Sousa, Maryann Mello, Gail Brown, Caroline Roux. FOURTH ROW-Bernard Pont, Audrey Coats, Carol Clay, Anita York, Mavis Nile, Edwina Shea, Jacqueline Bailey, Barh- ara Kenyon, jane Stewart, Catherine Vincent, Louise Vars, Anne Foley, Kenneth Main. BROWN AND WHITE STAFF FIRST ROW-left to right-Faculty Adviser Mrs. Cronin, Mary Lou Foley, Agnes Kessler, Maryanne Schackner, Maureen Schackner, Gayla Savage, Anne McKenzie, Rose Marie Sam- mataro, Richard Dimock, james Stewart. SECOND ROW'-Grace Bonomo, Mary Ann Bianchi, Ann Marie Pescatello, Beverly Panciera, joan Wheeler, Anne Bailey, Nancy Armstrong, Eleanor O'Brien, Gretchen Miller, Theresa Sylvia, jane MacKnight, Rosanne Levanti, Susan O'Neil. THIRD ROW-Robert Gensburg, Mary Lou Coffey, Beverly Kasper, Ann I-Ioldridge, Barbara Burdick, Cynthia Bonardi, jo- seph Sousa, Douglas Gray, Elizabeth Barnes, Catherine White, jean Duerr, Linda Baird, Marjorie Darling, Robert Miner. forty-four FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW'--luft tu right- -Griicc liunumn, lil.iim- Bnilwnris, Kasper, Mary Lou Cullcy. Marry Lou Foley. lfluinur Oliricn. Urn-tclicn Miller, Nanny l.imlcrsun, Marry Ann liiginclii, P.itri- Faculty Aelviscr Mr. Gritlin. ri.i Dmmluiu, THIRD ROW!-N.1ncy l.rimlw, Nrmuy Armstrung, Agni-s KL-sslcr. SIKQOND ROW' Iiln-.iuur l'uwcrs, M.ii'iuric Darling lil,-ycrly Iilizrihctli liiirncs. Muurccn Scluclmcr, Ann Hulrlrirlgv. HS" CLUB FIRST ROW! ---- lcft tu rilulit--Micliricl Crunin, Nurman McNeil, Cirrirc Iinnmmu, Cr-rcliri I.cunL', G.1il Brown, Miiryrinnu Scliiick- ncr, M.iLKnight, Susan O'Nuil, K.rthlL-cn Ahhutt, Squaitlritu, Aluhn CQunni.m. SECOND ROXV---liiiuiilty Arlviwr Mr. Duuyillc, Frinulty Advis- ur Miss lI'll.lVt'f1L'l, Rimilhl Xwiriu-star, llcvcrly Knpcr, lflcuinnr U'liricn, l'.iti'iriii Dwniiliuc, Huithcr Andcrsun, Dorothy Rubin- furry-fi' sun, Gretchen Miller, Eliicc Dart, Frank ulcrlrcy, Faculty Ad- viser Mr.'aricant. Faculty Adviser Mr. Carlin, THIRD ROXV-David Funtrincllii, Henry Rcscignu, Chrirlcs Hulrlrirlgc, Stcphun Gmlumsky. Ralph liirllntu, Nelson Durham, Curtis Brown, Wfriync Lawrence, Putcr Arnulrl, -Limos Cgivri- nuugh, Williaiiir l,4iziii'L-lc, -luhn Grills, Pctcr l..irlw. L, SENHHRCHEERLEADERS K ' , rl! O 3 tu Grace Bonomo, Cecelia Leone, Gail Brown, Captain Maryanne Schackner, jane MacKnight, Susan O'Neil, Kathleen Abbott JUNHHICHEERLEADERS Patricia Donahue, Beverly Kasper Gretchen Miller, Captain Heather Anderson, Eleanor O'Brien, Elace Dart, Dorothy Robinson forty-Jix FIRST RONXffleft to right-John Santos, Gerald Vernieri, Pasquale De Bernardo, Santina Faillace, Jacquelyn Laing, Jacqueline Souza, Shirley Smith, Frances Tanner, Janet Law- rence, Shirley Algiere, Lorraine Lis, Virginia Catalano, Juanita Lewis, Dorothea Mercier, Lorraine Pia, Joyce West, Jane Shea, Theresa Sylvia, Patricia Cartier, Janet Foley, Kathleen Abbott, Elaine Howard, Mary Shea, Cynthia Roberts, Joseph Abbott, Frank Raymond. SECOND ROW!-Peter Davis, Maryanne Schackner, Susan O'Neil, Jane MacKnight, Rosemary Smith, Doris Browning, Patricia Donahue, Gretchen Miller, Helen Sullivan, Elaine Janeiro, Beverly Panciera, Anne Bailey, Marjorie Ballestracci, Joan Miller, Carlene Mitchell, Faith Keegan, Ann Marie Pesca- tello, Rosanne Levanti, Grace Bonomo, Mary Appleton. THIRD ROW!-Patricia Crowley, Lucia Meserve, Judith Hughes, Grace Catalano, Eleanor Powers, Janet Greene, Barbara GLEE Jones, Alice Burdick, Jean Duerr, Ann Smith, Sally Jones, Constance Culver, Joan Rafuse, Nancy Linderson, Frances Brooks, Sandra Buck, Marie McLaughlin, Elaine Babonas. FOURTH ROW!-Gajsla Savage, Marjorfe Darling, Audrey Coats, Caroline Roux, Gail Brown, Elizabeth Curran, Harriett McNeil, Marjorie Newton, Susan DeMoura, Mary Lou Coffey, Assunta Caputo, Marion Schatz, Anna Rose Roderick, Veronica Santos, Mary Keegan, Ann Holdridge, Nancy Armstrong, Irene Noel, Jan Morosini, Marjorie Sears, Marilyn Falck. FIFTH ROW!-David Johnson, Joseph Sousa, Edwin Randall, Daniel Burleigh, Frank Luzzi, Ronald Gibson, Ross Aiello, Waiyne Steadman, Frank Allen, Herbert Arnold, Jane Stewart, Elace Dart, Linda Arnold, Ann Marie Cattafe, Barbara Kenyon, Marilyn Brown, Sandra Ritchie, Arthur Metzermacher, Wfendell Wliipplc-, Witlter Brown, Richard Chippertield, Renny Stack- pole, Douglas Gray. Robert Swain, Richard Main, CLUB FIRST ROW!--left to right-Douglas Brayman, Donald Bray-, Robert Peirson, Eugene Pine, Joycelyn Albro, Frances Brown, Stowell, Antonia Sciro, Carolyn Fry, Joanna Rossi, Joyce Danesi, Noreen Trant, Doris Masofsky, Grace Cat' alano, Jacqueline Jeffrey, Derwent Riding, Barbara Smith, Barb- ara Bradley, Angela Miceli, Sandra Siller, Carole Zeller, Helen Cowell, Maryann Gingerella, Beverly Santos, Jon Tattersall, Garth Meader, Robert NXfhicker. SECOND ROXV--Jean Wilkinsivri, Giovanna Orlando, Barb- ara Algiere, Helen Brophy, Ina Hauptman, Carolyn Littlefield, Sandra Greene, Sandra Aversa, Audrey Victoria, Noreen Ratti' gan, Alice Richards, Margaret Comolli, Sandra Keegan, Mary Leone, Antoinette Lidestri, Nancy DeMoura, Joan Cray, Sally Karjala, Dorine Donath, Judith Fusaro. THIRD ROVV-Elizabeth Barnes, Patricia Planchon, Patricia Canavan, Shirley Bradley, Heather Anderson, Mary I.ou Foley, lfleanor O'Brien, Lucille Costa, Dorothy Schatz, Barbara Tat- tersall, Susan Rose, Linda Baird, Jane Burdick, Kathleen Cole- chia, Nancy Bennett, John Wlieelc-r, Jacqueline Larkin, Sandra Ferrigno, Carol Cidale, Juanita Malone, FOURTH ROXW-Geraldine Reardon, S.indra Pignataro, Joan Grills, Ann Krawiec, Maureen Morrissette, Diane Siller, Har- riet Mitchell, Ida Vars, Sandra Roderick, Josephine Perrone, Barbara Burdick, Nancy Lamb, Louise Gagne, Agnes Kessler, Patricia Schackner, Ruth Foley, Jean Sommer, Carol W'alsh, Maureen Schackner, Thelma Larkin, Beverly Kasper, Benita Scott, Virginia Gavitt, Marion Frasier, Marguerite Rusch, Vir- ginia Avery, Claudia Arzamarski, Mary Ann Bianchi, Ann Mary Murphy, Joan McMahon, Patricia Lord. FIFTH RONW-Edward Wfallington, Robert Miner, John Lopes, John Boucher, John Remor, Howard Barber, Frederick Ander- son, Kenneth Yates, Louis Allyn, Robert Garbarino, Wfarren Banker, Kenneth Wilciix, Wiiltei' Sicard, Wiilter Savage, Thomas Kiddy, James Fish, Wfilliam Hobart, David Truss, George Mc- Gugan, Rufus Allyn, Eugene Connors, Robert Cale, James Steele, Frederick Maloney, Robert Barnes, Francis Vlfoycik. fllflj'-.fC'I'?Il ORCHESTRA AT PIANO-Elaine Babonas, Louis Allyn. ette, -lane Wliipple, Stephen Volinsky, jean Duerr, jean Dan- Left to right-janet Roessler, Priscilla Rouse, Ruth Yifeaver, forth, Wendell Whipple, Mary Ann Bianchi, Rohert Law, .lo- Shirley Bradley, Robert Barnes, Susan Rose, Maureen Morriss- seph Ahhott, Beverly Panciera. CHESSCLUB FIRST ROW-left to right-Maryann Gingerella, Judith Nichols, jane Shea, Thelma Larkin, Diane Vars, Linda Wuwlff, Alice Richards, Frances Brown. SECOND ROW!-Orrin Handley, jon Tattersall, john Mitchell, Wialter Brown, Raymond Morgan, james Crowley, Harold Rathhun, Gerald Vernieri, Robert Peirson, Faculty Adviser Mr. Fahricant. THIRD ROW!-joseph Travers, Douglas Gray, Rohert Swain, Edward Harrison, David johnson, -Ioseph Holly, Edwin jette, Frederick Maloney. fwfr -eigbl DRAMATICS CLUB FIRST ROW-left to right-Patricia Cartier, Theresa Sylvia, Carole Zeller, Sandra Siller, joan Wlieeler, Patricia Donahue, Antonio Sciro, Faith Keegan, Frances Brown, Frances Tanner. SECOND ROW-Marion Tillinghast, Shirley Bradley, Ann Smith, Constance Culver, jane MacKnight, Beverly Kasper, Lorraine Pia, Eleanor O'Brien, Mary Lou Foley, Gretchen Miller. THIRD ROW-Carol Cidale, Susan Rose, Barbara Burdick, EI- len Whitford, Sandra Ritchie, Catherine Vincent, Carol Clay, Barbara Hess, Caroline Roux, Gail Brown, Ann Holdridge. Claudia Arzamarski. FOURTH ROW-Agnes Kessler, Renny Stackpole, Edwin Ran- dall, jack Maccione, Nelson Durham, joseph Sousa, Wiiyne Steadman, Ross Aiello, Barbara Kenyon, Mary Lou Coffey. CAFETERIA STAFF FIRST ROW-left to right-Claudia Arzamarski, Mary Ann rone, Marjorie Newton, Miss Reponen, Bianchi, Susan Rose, Carol Cidale, Mrs. Platt, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. THIRD ROXV-Robert Cini, Fred Anderson, Renny Stackpole, Lawrence, Carlene Mitchell, Faith Keegan, Beverly Santos. john Iessiman, Neal Squadrito, Edwin Randall, David Truss, SECOND ROXV-Barbara Burdick, Thelma Larkin, Marjorie Wayne Steadman, Richard Chipperheld, Wfilliam Pray, Rodney Darling, Maureen Schackner, Nancy Lamb, Jacqueline Bailey, Sweet, Harold Rathbun. Agnes Kessler, Sandra Ritchie, Susan DeMoura, Josephine Per- iffy LATIN CLUB FIRST ROW'-left to right-jacquelyn Laing, Doris Brown- ing, Philomena Meringolo, Patricia Planchon, Lucia Meserve, Carlene Mitchell, Marsha Wfolle, Patricia Crowley, Barbara Stowell. SIZCQOND ROW!-Arlene Mitchell, jacqueline Sousa. Veronica Santos, lilaine Babonas. john Lopes, Barbara Bradley, Susan Rose, Virginia Avery, Beverly Panciera, Patricia Canavan. THIRD ROW!-Richard Doherty, Mary Appleton, Nancy Lind- ersori, Eleanor Powers, Barbara Burdick, Marjory Sears, judith Chick, Harry Buckley, Samuel Greene. FOURTH ROW!-Robert Miner, Richard Dimock, Charles Dias, Kenneth Yates, jolm Bennett, john Santos, Robert Gensburg, Garth Meader. FRENCH CLUB FIRST RUXV-left to right-Mary Lou Foley, josephine Gan- dolli, Sandra Siller, Audrey Victoria, jane Shea, Diane Vars, Beverly Panciera, Ann Krawiec, Claudia Arzamarski, Shirley Bradley, Clarlene Mitchell, Carol Cidale, Philomena Meringolo, Carole Zeller, lileanor O'Brien. SECOND RONXf4Gretchen Miller, Maureen Morrissette, Kath- leen Colechia, Beverly Kasper, Marilyn Stebbings, Agnes Kess- ler, lflace Dart, lilizabetli Barnes, Ann Smith, jean Sommer, joan Wfheeler, Marguerite Rusch, Annie Herbert, Marjorie Darling. Marv l.ou Coffey. THIRD ROXV4Harold Rathbun, Richard Lima, Raymond Mor- gan, Roger Panciera, john Santos, Anthony Cravinho, james Stewart, Ronald XXforcester, Robert Cale, George McGugan, Charles Chiappone, joseph Abbott, Wfalter Brown, jolm Mitchell, Robert Schackner, Leon Wfhewell, Faculty Adviser Mr. Petty. FOURTH ROW-Wiiltc-r Savage, james Sisk, Steven Godom- sky, Arnold Lema, Gerald Reynolds, Louis Allyn, Williiim Page, Kenneth Main, Wfayne Lawrence, Robert Barnes, Vlfilliam Shea, Anthony Engstrom, Michael Cronin, joseph Sousa, Ven- tura Rebello. flfl-T-Ullt' MODEL RAILROAD CLUB FIRST ROW-left to right-Helen Brophy, Patricia Planchon, Judith Main, Robert Buck, William Hayes, Geraldine Reardon, Barbara Stowell, jane Shea. SECOND ROW-Paul Previty, Benjamin Turrisi, Custodio Rebello, Richard Schackner, Robert Burroughs, Harry Buckley, BIOLOG Bernard Steadman, Eugene Pine. THIRD ROW-Rufus Allyn, Harry Way, Kenneth Calkins, Morris Thorp, William Sullivan, Herbert Arnold, joseph Can- gelosi, Roger Allen. Y CLUB FIRST ROW-left to right-Carolyn Littlefield, Patricia Car- tier, Mary Ann Bianchi, Elizabeth Kenyon, Louise Labuda, Pa- tricia Donahue, Barbara Bradley, Mary Leone, Sandra Siller, Angela Miceli, Mary Ellen Brosnihan, Faith Keegan, Philomena Meringolo, Carol Cidale, Audrey Victoria, Lorraine Pia, Nadeen Panciera, Patricia Richards. SECOND ROW-Shirley Bradley, Patricia Canavan, Margaret Comolli, jean Duerr, Virginia Avery, Marguerite Rusch, Claudia Arzamarski, Linda Baird, Maureen Morrissette, Ann Smith, Susan Rose, Jane Burdick, Marlene Cirioni, Marie Mc- Laughlin, Beverly Panciera, Elaine Janeiro. THIRD ROW-Sandra Ferrigno, Marion Tillinghast, Barbara Burdick, Marjorie Newton, joan Rafuse, Sandra Sprague, Nancy Lamb, Arnold Lema, Robert Barnes, Elizabeth Barnes, Antonia Sciro, Carole Zeller, Noreen Rattigan, Anne Bailey, Giovanna Orlando, Nancy DeMoura. FOURTH ROW-Faculty Adviser Mr. Coogan, Robert Whick- er, Charles Chiappone, Robert Medberry, Marjorie Darling, Catherine White, Mary Keegan, Marilyn Stebbins, Ellen Whit- ford, Agnes Kessler, Maureen Schackner, Anita Lewis, Susan DeMoura, Dorothy Schatz, Anne Krawiec, john Songdahl, Gerald Reynolds. , FIFTH ROW-Robert Miner, Richard Lima, Robert Cale, Louis Allyn, Leon Whewell, George Whew'ell, Nils Carlsson, Joseph Joseph, Bernard Andrews, David Marchand, Kenneth Main, Anthony Engstrom, William Shea, Daniel Burleigh. fifty-Iwo P Ifnnllmff Cfzplaifl NI-.Al. SQIIAIIRITU 5. s P'-f. -Q-4 1 -f Q 1 x xv? . !x0Gf0' Bmebafl Cafllain JOHN CU NNIAN we 24-.dyy v. v 'I'r.11'i C.'n-nzltlmifz Bnxkefbfzll Cfzpmizz NEAL SQUADRITO CELIA L1zoN1s Mig'-lbree '-aiwfty-f 1 ' "' 'X"5?F-.lg k'., Z . QT iw- -. I Ii w mi T Y jf ' .f . , i K M L A55 4. A - NM? E L r 4' n 'X . 's 5 s Q r E gk fs sux 2 Q, 1 Bmkelball Caphzifz NEAL SQUADRITO S F f ? S 'l'r.11'k CU-l'.Il17frljl1 MICHAISI. CRONIN Coaching Staff FIRST ROW-Morris Fabricant, Florence Thavenet, Woodrow Douville. SECOND ROW-Arthur Carlin, Bradley Bunker. Football MOORE TROP1-TY iffy-ffwf ,F Basketball M S r ,lg w, O31 5 ,X . if n ii A ' li' ff' sf Q ' i . 5. I T TEA ,N T T 5:3 N ' V ww A ge EASTERN CONNECTICUT TROPHX FIRST RCJWAlc-ft to right-Assistant Coach Carlin, Anthony Moosey, Charles Holdridge, john Grills, Norman McNeil, Neal Sqtiadrito. Michael Cronin, Frank jeffrey, Carl johnson, john Brophy, Coach Douville. SIECOND ROW!-jack Maccione, Stephen Godomsky, Ralph Iiallato, joseph Quattromani, Nelson Durham, William Pray, Alden Main, Peter I.arke, Curtis Brown, Freshman Coach Mc- Kenna. THIRD ROW!-Robert Doughty. Frank Raymond, Russell Mc- Laughlin, George Luzzi, David Fontanella, Henry Rescigno, Rohertk Schackner, Ventura Rehello, Peter Arnold, Williztni Lazare . FOURTH ROWvCharles Chiappone, Manager, Fugene Smith, Charles Dias, Kenneth Wilcox, Walter Brown, joseph Abhott, Rohert Clemens, james Steele. Wailter Savage, Roger Panci- era, manager. FIFTH ROW-Robert Cale, john Mathewson, Peter Davis, Pasquale De Bernardo, john Boucher, Harvey Thorp, james Drury, Frank Luzzi, Everett Flagg. FOOTBALL The 195-I football team had a successful season as they completed their season with a four win, four loss and one tie record. This year's captain, Neal Squadrito, was an inspiration to the entire squad as his brilliant leadership and play- ing ability were key factors in this year's success. The spirit and morale of the Wifi team was at its peak throughout the campaign, as this team never gave up trying whether they were behind or ahead. Mr. Douville has been the coach of the Stonington High School football team for six years, and this year's squad was the largest to have worked Linder his training. The squad of fifty-six players enabled the Bears to carry on a full jayvee .ind Freshman program, both of which met with considerable success. The nine seniors on the team were factors in making the season a success and we all sincerely wish they had another year to play for the colors of SHS. Stonington collected their four wins by conquering St, lVlary's, Plainville, Westerly on Armistice Day at the Stonington Athletic Field, and Westerly on Thanksgiv- ing Day at the Ward Senior High gridiron. As a result iffy -fi of the latter victory the Bears won the jeff Moore Me- morial trophy for the second consecutive year. Stonington suffered defeats at the hands of Staples of Westport, Woodrow Wilson, Killingly and Putnam. Stonington tied one game this year with Fitch. The Bears will be looking for a terrific season next year as there are many promising juniors and under- classmen coming up from the reserve ranks to till shoes of the four first string seniors who are leaving. the The following is a summary of the results of the Stonington football games. Of7!IOI161If.t Smuifiglmz Staples . ., 52 0 Woodrow Wilsoii 12 0 Fitch .. ..,. 6 6 St. Marys , IZ 59 Killingly .. 7 6 Plainville 26 38 Putnam , 19 0 Westerly 12 26 Westerly 0 20 fe FIRST ROW-left to right-john Cunnian, Ralph Ballato, William Shea, Neal Squadrito, Ventura Rebello, Ronald Worcester. SECOND ROW-Mr. Bunker, Norman McNeil, james Cava- naugh, Wayne Lawrence, Peter Arnold, Carl johnson, Mr. Fabricant. BASKETBALL This year's basketball team can go down in Stoning- ton High School Basketball history as one of the most outstanding and spirited. The team achieved the remark- able score of winning twenty games and losing four. In the first game of the season with Morgan High School the boys Went over the one-hundred point mark in scoring, giving a pointed and exciting outlook for the season to come. The Bears had many great and thrill- ing moments during the season, the frenzied whipping of New London on our home court, the brilliant vic- tory over Cranston High, a very strong team in Rhode Island, the winning of the coveted Eastern Connecticut Conference Championship, with two victories each over Fitch and Killingly. Topping everything, however, was the thrilling victory over arch-rival Westerly. Westerly was previously undefeated and had beaten Stonington on their court and were eagerly anticipating another victory. Stonington completely outclassed and outfought West- erly by the thrilling score of 79 to 63. It was a great victory for the team and a tremendous tribute to Mr. Fab- ricant. The school was very proud of the team and Mr. Fabricant--whose hard work and perseverance was so evident in the fine playing of his team. The big gunner in point production was lean and ver- satile Wayne Lawrence Who scored 535 points for an average of 22.2 points per game. Wayne was very ably assisted in scoring by jim Cavanaugh who is also a prom- ising junior. Peter Arnold and Ralph Ballato came along progressively well this year and added much to the team's success. These juniors promise an outstanding team next year. In the Tournament the Bears went as far as the semi- finals before being beaten by a strong East Haven team that went on to win the Class M Championship. Previ- ous to this game the Bears had defeated Woodrow Wil- son and Gilbert High Schools. Special congratulations should go to the team for their excellent showing in the Tournament. The Senior members of the Basketball team who will be graduated can feel proud of their progress on the court and their Hnal tribute of Coach Fabricant. Neal Squadrito, captain of the team, has led the team to a great season. Neal is a good inside shooter and added much to the progressive strength of the team, jack Cun- nian, the wiry and diminutive player thrilled the fans with his outside shooting and all-around good ballplay- ingg Ronnie Worcester with his fancy passing set up many a good scoring play in enabling the other boys to score. Billy Shea did a good job in rebounding and his aggressiveness added to the color and spirit of the team. Carl johnson and Norman McNeil, who played for the first time this year, showed promise from the start and were a tremendous help to the team. Everyone agrees very firmly and emphatically that this year, indeed, was a great year in Stonington High School Basketball. fifty-:ix FIRST ROW-left to right-Ronald Gibson, Peter Arnold, William Lazarc-lc, Ralph Ballato, john Cunnian, Ronald Worces- ter, james Cavanaugh, Neal Squadrito. SECOND ROW-Gerald Reynolds, Richard Chipperlield, Carl johnson, Russell Chipperfield, Kenneth Main, William Shea, Lewis Brant, Charles Holdridge, Walter Sicard, Mr. Fabricant. BASEBALL This year the baseball team is made up, for the most part, of veterans from last year. The entire squad is in top condition, and are in fine spirit awaiting the coming season in hopes of making it a successful one. Some of the top games on the schedule are with West- erly, Norwich, and South Kingstown. Along with these games, the team is also looking forward to the Eastern Connecticut Conference championship. Another added attraction this year will be a state tournament. This tournament, will determine the state champion. As for the team itself, Coach Fabricant has a talented group. For pitching there are jack Cunnian and Pete Arnold. In the batter's circle we have the warclubs of Cunnian, Arnold, Cavanaugh, Ballato, Sicard, and Lo- Presto. Also slated to see heavy action is Bill Lazarek who was sidelined last year with an injury. The senior class is well represented on the roster with john Brophy, jack Cunnian, Charlie Holdridge, Ronnie Worcester, jerry Reynolds, Carl johnson, Ken Main, and Ken Burgess. These players, along with the under- classmen, have the support of the entire school in their quest for a successful season. fifty-:even FIRST ROW-left to right-Harry Higgins, Robert Gensburg, john Santos, james Crowley, Frank Luzzi, Robert Scheller, Frank Raymond, Joseph Abbott, Richard Elliott, Gerald Vern- ieri, William Fitzgerald. SECOND ROW-Edward DeFrias, Robert Cale, Anthony Moosey, Eugene Smith, Alden Main, Charles Dias, David johnson, James Smith, Vincent Faillace, Renny Stackpole, Ru- fus Allen, Mr. Carlin. THIRD ROW-George Whewell, Everett Flagg, William Shea, Neal Squadrito, Michael Cronin, Edward Harrison, Peter Arnold, Curtis Brown, Russell Chipperfield, Nelson Whipple, Carl johnson, Louis Allyn. TRACK This year's track team, having Brown, Squadrito, and Cronin as the only lettermen from last year, is faced with the problem of rebuilding. Several newcomers have re- ported for practice this year whom Coach Carlin ex- pects will add much to the team. They are Tony Moosey, Bob johns, Nelson Whipple, Dick Chipperfield, john Brophy, and Bob Cale in the dashes, and Renny Stack- pole in the distance runs. Veterans who are expected to perform ably in the running events this year are Frank Raymond and Stanley Bennett in the mile, Bob Scheller, Pete Arnold, and Ed Harrison in the half-mile, and Neal Squadrito in the dashes. In the field events, Ed Harrison and Alden Main should do well in the high jump, while two newcomers, Bob Cale and Tony Moosey, should dominate the broad jump, In addition, Frank Raymond is doing well with the pole vault. This year's weight team, composed of Curt Brown, Mike Cronin, and Nelson Whipple in the shot put, Neal Squadrito and Pete Arnold in the javelin, and Curt Brown, Mike Cronin, and Neal Squadrito in the discus, is rated as one of the best in the state. The team has already attended an indoor meet in New Haven. In this meet Curt Brown shattered the previous shot put record with a tremendous put of 51' 4lA1", while ,Ed Harrison easily won the high jump. Our relay team, composed of Tony Moosey, John Brophy, Dick Chipperneld, and Bob johns, placed fifth in their first competition. The team is ably managed by George Whewell and Louis Allyn. jfty-eight FIRST RCJW-left to right-Gayla Savage, Maryann Mello, Nancy Lamb, Mary Ann Bianchi, Cecelia Leone, Maryanne Risica, jane MacKnight, Ann Marie Pescatello, joyce Rathbun. SECOND ROW'-Patricia Donahue, joan Grills, Mary Lou Foley, Elaine Dart, Mary Lou Coffey, Patricia Canavan, Mary Leone, Carlene Mitchell, Miss Thavenet. THIRD ROW-Gicmviinna Orlando, janet Ball, Agnes Kessler, Marylin Brown, Elace Dart, Elizabeth Barnes, Sandra Banks, Cynthia Bonardi, jean Duerr. GIRLS' BASKETBALL The 195-1-55 girls' basketball season was one of the best in Stonington history. The team started the season by swamping Griswold High 70-27. The return game with Griswold was won by a closer score of -fl-23. Although defeated by New London by a score of S6-29, the team went on to win the next four games de- feating Simsbury 37-31, East Hampton 43-19, New London -'16-37, and East Greenwich 58-20. Then came the second defeat at the hands of Eliot, Maine, S0-39. The team from Eliot spent a weekend here with a dance being given in their honor on Satur- day night and a tour of the Mystic Marine Museum on Sunday. The team suffered their third and final defeat to a strong, combination from the Academy of The Holy liamily of Baltic, Connecticut, 42-38. The girls made up for the previous defeats by beating East Greenwich -13-3-1 and the Chi-rho's of Baltic -18-32. Due credit must also be given to the junior varsity squad which worked very hard to compile their record of four wins and three defeats. The first game of the season, which was at Griswold, saw the j.V.'s walking away by a score of 63-33. In the return game with Griswold the Bears were defeated 30- 23. To avenge this loss the girls were victorious over New London 34-29. The girls lost to Simsbury 28-8 but compensated for this by defeating East Hampton 18-8. The most exciting game of the season was played at New London when it was necessary to play an over- time period in order to win by a score of li-14. The V. season was concluded with a defeat at the hands of Eliot, Maine. The score was 23-21. The girls also participated in two Round Robins which were held at W.M.I. and Stonington. In both instances S.H.S. took second place. Ably led by Captain Cecelia Leone and managed by Bonnie Orlando, Josephine Perrone, and jean Duerrg the team finished the season with a record of 8-3. High scorers for the season were: joyce Rathbun with 136, Cecelia Leone with 85, Elace Dart with 78, Mary Ann Bianchi 59, and Gayla Savage with 50 points. It must not be overlooked that in girls' basketball, guards do not shoot. 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