Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)
- Class of 1957
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We, the graduating class of 1957, do dedicate this yearbook to the present
Stonington High School, whose protecting walls we now leave. May this
venerable edifice continue to shelter students in their quest of knowledge and
to be long remembered by Stonington men and women as a step in the educa-
tional progress of our town. Although the school may change its buildings, edu-
cation shall reign in our town.
T. ALLEN CROUCI-I
CARROLL W. PEAVEY CLARENCE COOGAN
Prifzripal Ayrirtfzrzt Prinripnl
Biology, Physics, Eng-
Algebra I and II, Gen-
eral Mathematics, Solid
Geometry and Trigo-
Problems of Democ-
racy, U. S. History.
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ELIZABETH MINER JOHN MONAHAN EVELYN MURDOCK MARY NANIA
Home Economics English, Economic Physics, Chemistry, Dean of Girls Guidance.
Stenography I and II
Typing II, Business Ed
ucation, junior Busi-
MARGARET WILLIAM PETTY DONALD ROBERT SI-IEA JOAN SILVA
PETTINGELL French ROBINSON U.S. History, World His- Biology, Science, Eng
Home Economics Algebra I, Shop Math- tory. lish.
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BEATRICE MARIE M.
Latin, English Head of Business De-
ematics, General Math-
ematics, Science, De-
CATHERINE H. J. GEORGE
Business Arithmetic, Mechanical Drawing
Business Education, Driver Training.
JOHN SANTOS BARBARA BRADLEY
RICHARD DIMOCK MAUREEN MORRISSETTE
Edizor-in-Chief Bzuinef: Manager
PA MY STONIAN
BEVERLY PAN CIERA
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155 3 Y LI'IERARY ASSIS'IANTS-Seated. Diane V.1rs, Patricia Canaxan, Catherine Wliite, Karole Zeller,
Dfnnehev Sandra Siller. Standing: Richard Doherty, Robert Cale. Joseph Souza. Raymond Abbott.
First row: Andree Daignault, Noreen Trant, Kathleen
Colechia. Joan Grills, Nancy Bennett. Philomena
Meringolo, Joyce Danesi, Second row: Sandra Fer-
rigo, Margaret Comolli, Susan Rose. Jean Duerr,
Anita Lewis, Ann Krawiec, Marguerite Rusch, Veron-
ica Santos, Jacqueline Larkin, Noreen Rattigan.
Miss Catherine H.
Antonia Sciro, Mary Leone, Angela Miceli, Susan
First row: Anne Beresford, Doris
Browning, Angela Miceli, Antonia
Sciro, Barbara Bradley, Mary Leone,
Carolyn Littlefield, joan Grills, Jo-
anna Rossi, Noreen Rattigan, May
Gilmore, Judith Nichols. Second
row: Beverly Wilkinson, Sandra Fer-
rigo, Sandra Siller, Claudia Arza-
marski, Marguerite Rusch, Ann
Smith, Susan Rose, Anita Lewis,
jean Duerr, Maureen Morrissette,
Margaret Cornolli, Cynthia Bonardi,
Beverly Panciera, Philomena Merin-
golo. Third row: Carol Cidale, Rob-
ert Gensburg, john Mitchell, james
Sisk, Juanita Malone, William Page,
George Whewell, Leon Whewell,
Charles Chiappone, Ann Krawiec,
Raymond Abbott, Richard Doherty,
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VA Hue leader um? respected
Science Club lg Chess Club 1,
5, 43 Debating Club 3, 43 Presi-
dent 3, 43 Class President 1, 2,
3, 43 U.N. Tripp Washington
Club3 Freshman Partyg Sopho-
more Hopg junior Promg Senior
Promg Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 43
Latin Club 23 French Club 2, 53
Yearbook Staff, Brown and
White 1, 2g Track 2g Basketball
13 Glee Club 13 Honor Roll 1,
l 2, 3, 4.
MR. ROBERT SHEA
"Men of few wordr are llae ber!
Freshman Partyg Sophomore Hopi
junior Prom, Senior Promg '
Club 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 4g
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 41 U.N. Tripg
Washington Clubg Class Vice
President 2, 3, 43 French Club
2, 33 Class Treasurer 13 Year-
"A .rmile for all, a frown for
Glee Club 1, 2g Chorus 3, 4g
Girls' Ensemble 2, 33 Freshman
Partyg Talent Shows 1, 2, 5, 4g
Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 43 Sopho-
more I-lop3 junior Promg Senior
Promg Biology Club 2, 3, 43
French Club 2, 5, 43 Dramatic
Club 1, 4g Cafeteria Staff, 2g
Yearbook Staffg Washington
Club3 Spirit of S.H.S,3 Intra-
murals 2, 33 U.N. Tripg Science
Club3 Operetta 23 Keynotes 3, 4.
"A gentleman, a leader, and u
Orchestra 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25
Chorus 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Bas-
ketball 1, 25 Track 1, 25 Baseball
1, 25 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 45
Vice President 3, President 45 As-
sembly Committee 2, 3, Co-Chair-
mang junior Promg Senior Prom5
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 French
Club 2, 3, President 35 Yearbook
Literary Assistant5 U.N. Trip5
Debating Club 35 Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, 45 Science Club 15 Washing-
"Modest dignity, and eulnz ron-
Freshman Partyg Sophomore
Hop5 junior Prom5 Senior Prom5
Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
35 Latin Club 2, 35 French Club
3, 45 Yearbook Assistant5 Driver
Training 35 U.N. Trip5 Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Washington Club5
Glee Club 1, 25 Girls' Ensemble
1, 25 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Operetta 25
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 2,
Cheerleader 3, 45 "S" Club 3, 45
Honor Roll 1, 25 FTA 1, 2, 3, 45
President 45 Sophomore Hop5
Freshman Partyg Junior Prom5
Queen's Court5 Senior Prom5
U.N. Trip5 Dramatic Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Glee
Club 1, 25 Girls' Ensemble 1, 2,
35 Chorus 3, 45 Debating Club 35
Science Club 15 Latin Club 35
Spirit of S.H.S. 3, 45 Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman 15
Operetta 25 Intramurals 1, 2, 35
Yearbook Staff5 Washington
Club5 Home Room Treasurer5 Co-
Chairman of Magazine Drive.
"Public Energy number one."
Chess Club 1, 3, 45 Talent Shows
3, 45 U. N. TPlp5 Basketball 15
"Her Manners are gentle
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 Cafeteria
Staff 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 25 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 25 Biology Club 2,
3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Office
Practice5 U.N. Club5 Office Girl
1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club5 Senior
Prom5 junior Prom5 Sophomore
Hop5 Freshman Partyg Washing-
ton Club5 Yearbook Club5 Year-
book Assistant5 Spirit of S.H.S.
"An air of friendlinerr about
Glee Club 1, 25 Freshman Par-
ty5 Sophomore Hop5 junior Prom5
Senior Prom5 Talent Shows 1, 2,
3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 French
Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 1,
45 Cafeteria Staff5 Yearbook As-
sistant5 Washington Club5 Spirit
of S.H.S. 3, 45 FTA Club 45
Driver Training 35 Girls' Ensem-
ble 35 Intramurals 1, 2, 35 U.N.
Trip5 Operetta 2.
"Some can be teen without being
"Merry as a cricket"
U.N. Trip5 Glee Club 1, 25 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 25 Biology Club 3,
45 Yearbook Assistant5 Camera
Club 15 Office Practice5 Spirit of
S.H.S. 45 French Club 3, 45
Washington Club5 Freshman Par-
ty5 Sophomore Hop5 junior Prom5
Senior Prom5 Cafeteria Staff 3, 45
ANNE E. BERESFORD CYNTHIA JANE BARBARA ELEANOR SHIRLEY ANN
"To know her well if lo like her
Brown and White 1, 2, 3, 45
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 UN
Trip5 Girls' Ensemble 2, 35
Chorus 25 Spirit of SHS Office
Girl5 Washington Club5 Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 45 Debating Club
3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45
Science Club 15 French Club 3,
45 Talent Show 35 Yearbook As-
sistant5 Driver Training5 Sopho-
more Hop5 junior Prom5 Senior
Prom5 Operetta 25 Honor Roll
"A penny for your zhoughlf'
Baseball 1, 2, 45 Basketball 1,
2, 3, 45 Football 25 Glee Club
1, 25 Chorus 3, 45 UN Trip5
"S" Club5 Washington Club5
French Club 2, 3, 45 Debating
Club 35 Cafeteria Staff 35 Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 25
Boys' Ensemble 1, 25 Junior
Prom5 Freshman Party5 Sopho-
more Hop5 Senior Prom5 Science
Club 15 Operetta 2.
JANE A. BURDICK
"All thingy :he alder well"
Science Club5 Biology Club 2, 35
Glee Club 15 Driver Training5
Senior Prom5 Office Practice.
"Your gaad qualifier are many."
Science Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2,
35 French Club 2, 3, 45 UN Trip5
Dramatic Club5 Freshman Party5
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 Sopho-
more Hop5 junior Prom5 Senior
Prom5 Brown and White 2, 3,
45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Latin
Club 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Assistant5
Washington Club5 Spirit of SHS5
Driver Training5 FTA 3, 45
Girls' Ensemble 35 Girls' Basket-
ball Z5 Intramurals 1, 2, 3'
"Praise if the Jeeret to her charm"
Glee Club 1, 25 Chorus 45 Girls'
Ensemble 35 Orchestra 15 Honor
Society 3, 45 "S" Club 3, 45 Stu-
dent Council 2, 35 UN Trip5
Cheerleader Captain 3, 45 Spirit
of SHS 3, 45 Talent Show 1, 2,
3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 President
25 Keynotes 45 Biology Club 2,
3, 45 Queen's Court5 junior
Prom5 Senior Prom5 Honor Roll
1, 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Hop5
Freshman Party5 Yearbook Liter-
ary Staff5 Reception Committee
Driver Training5 Washington
Club5 Operetta 2.
"Iz'r nice zo he nalural, when
you're naturally nice."
Glee Club 1, 25 FTA 3, 4, Vice
President 45 Chorus 3, 45 French
Club 2, 35 Operetta 1, 25 Orch-
estra 1, 25 Keynotes 3, 45 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 25 Honor Roll 2,
3, 45 UN Trip Assembly Corn-
mittee 1, 4, Co-Chairman 45 Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 45 Freshman
Party5 Sophomore Hopg junior
Prom5 Senior Prom, Co-Chair-
man5 Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4,
Co-Chairman 3, 45 Camera Club5
Spirit of SHS5 Yearbook Staff5
Washington Club5 Biology Club
2, 35 Cafeteria Staff 35 Intra-
murals 35 Student Council 45
Driver Training 35 Debating
Club 3, Office Girl 4.
"Make 'em laugh, make 'em cry,
make 'em waif'
Freshman Party5 Talent Shows
1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45
Science Club 15 Office Practice
45 Glee Club 1, 25 Girls' En-
semble 1, 25 UN Trip5 Washing-
ton C1ub5 Yearbook Assistant5
junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Soph-
omore Hop5 Latin Club5 Spirit
of SHS5 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,
45 Driver Training.
ROBERT A. CALE
"He Jhall have music wherever
Spirit of SHS 45 Dramatic Club
3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chess
Club 15 UN Trip5 Biology Club
25 Science Club 15 Debating Club
35 French Club 2, 35 Talent
Shows 3, 45 Yearbook Assistant5
Driver Training 35 Freshman
Party5 junior Prom5 Senior Prom5
Washington Club5 Baseball 1,
25 Basketball 1, 25 Football 4,
Manager 25 Track 1, 2, 3, 45
Pep Band 45 "S" Club5 Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Ensemble
1, 2, 35 Chorus 1, 2, 5, 4.
"A pinch of mirchief, a dark of
pep, a cupful of merrimentf'
Glee Club 1, 2g Chorus 3, 43
Operetta 23 Cheerleader 3, 43 "S"
Club 3, 43 FTA 3,4, President 33
Dramatic Club 43 Sophomore
Hop3 junior Prom3 Senior Prom3
Talent Shows 2, 3, 43 Honor
Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23
French Club 3, 4, Secretary 33
Spirit of S.H.S. 3, 43 Washing-
ton Club3 U.N. Trip3 Biology
Club 2, 33 Intramurals 2, 33
Driver Training 33 Girls' Basket-
ball Team 23 Yearbook Literary
Assistantg Debating Club.
"A hero in our eyer, be'll always
French Club 2, 3, 43 Football 1,
2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43
Baseball 1, 2, 3. 43 Track 1. 2, 3,
43 "S" Club3 Biology Club 2, 33
Talent Shows 2, 3, 43 Glee Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Boys' Ensemble 1, 23
Operetta 23 U.N. Trip3 Science
Club3 Freshman Partyg Sophomore
Hop, Co-Chairman3 junior Prom3
Senior Prom3 Washington Clubg
Baseball Captain 43 Basketball
Captain 43 Spirit of S.H.S.
ROBERT O. CLEMENS
"Not too sober, not too gay, but
belt been a good fellow all the
Science Club 13 Talent Shows 2,
43 "S" Club 3, 43 U. N. Trip3
French Club3 Washington Club3
Freshman Party3 Sophomore Hop3
Junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club
1, 2, 3.
"Quiet and gentlemanlyn
Science Club 13 Biology Club 23
"S" Club 2, 3, 43 U.N. Trip3
Washington Club3 Football 1,
2, 43 Yearbook Assistant3 Office
Practice3 French Club 2.
FRANK R. CLAY
"A moral, ienrilnle, and well bred
Washington Club3 Junior Prom3
U.N. Trip3 Senior Prom3 Talent
Show 4g Glee Club3 Track 4.
KATHLEEN SARAH MARGARET ANN LUCILLE E. COSTA
COLECHIA COMOLLI Stonington
MYSUC PHWCIIYUCIC "Natural abilitier are like natural
"A 80011 difporition if more ralu- "She just rings with laughter." Plfmff-U
able than gold." .... .... .... .... . , . .
FTA3 Yearbook Assistant3 Wash-
ington Clubg Cafeteria Staff 33
Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Girls' Ensem-
ble 1, 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2, 33 Biolo-
gy Club 23 French Club 2, 33
Office Practice 33 Science Club
13 Junior Prom3 Senior Prom3
Talent Show 3g U.N. Trip3 Wash-
Science Club 13 Biology Club 2,
3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Chorus 3,
43 Assembly Committee 23 In-
tramurals3 Operetta 23 Driver
Trainingg junior Prom3 Sopho-
more Hopg Senior Prom3 Talent
Shows 33 French Club3 FTA 3,
4, Vice President 33 Spirit of
S.H.S. 3, 43 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,
43 Camera Club 1, 23 Dramatic
Club 1, 2, 43 Yearbook Assis-
tant3 U.N. Trip3 Washington
Club3 Reception Committee 23
Office Girl 2 ,3, 4.
Science Club3 Biology Club 2, 3
Glee Club 1, 23 Freshman Party
Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom
Senior Prom3 Office Practice3 Of
JAMES R. CROWLEY ANDREE T. DAIGNAULT JOYCE T. DANESI ELAINE DANA DART
A quiel tongue rhoufr a wire
Football 3, 4, "S" Club 4, Track
2, 4, Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
UN Trip, Washington Club, Glee
Club 1, 2, Chess Club 1, 2, Tal-
ent Shows 3, 4, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Reception Com-
CHARLES C. DIAS
"Why will men worry zhemrelver
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 2,
Student Council 3, Junior Prom,
Senior Prom, Sophomore Hop,
Freshman Party, Talent Shows
2, 3, 4, UN Trip, Washington
Club, Glee Club, Science Club
1, Chess Club.
"Be courteour I0 all"
Brown and White 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 2, French Club 3, 4, UN
Trip 3, Junior Prom, Honor
Roll 2, 3, Senior Prom, Wash-
ington Club, Yearbook Assistant,
Talent Show 4, Chorus 4, As-
sembly Committee 4.
"She if ar pleamfzl ar Ihe morn-
Latin Club 4, French Club 3, 4,
Yearbook Assistant, Junior Prom
Band 4, Senior Prom, UN Trip,
"Shari and meet, hui 1201 Z0 he
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,'Freshman
Party, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, Tal-
ent Shows 2, 3, 4, UN Trip,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Washington Club, Operetta 2,
Science Club, Sophomore Hop,
Yearbook Assistant, Office Prac-
"A good mime will thine far-
Science Club, UN Trip, Biology
Club, Junior Prom, Talent Show
3, Washington Club, Girls' Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom,
Yearbook Assistant, Office Prac-
tice 3, 4, Driver Training.
RICHARD B. DIMOCK
"Endurance, Forerighl, Slrenglh
Brown .and White 1, 2, 3, 4,
Art Editor 2, 33 Latin Club 2,
3, French Club 2, 3, FTA 3,
Debating Club 3, 4, Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom,
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4, Yearbook Editor,
Student Council 3, Chess Club
1, UN Trip.
JEAN ANN DUERR
"A quiet and lfzdylilee manner"
Glee Club 1, 2, Brown and
White 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Assistant
Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4,
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra
1, 2, Science Club 1, FTA 1,
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary-Treasurer 4, Biology Club
2, 3, Girls' Basketball Manager
2, Yearbook Assistant, Honor
Society 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 3,
Washington Club, Girls' En-
semble 1, 2, 3, Keynotes 3, 4,
Chorus 3, 4, Reception Commit-
tee 3, Spirit of SHS, Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, UN Trip,
"She who doe: ber ben, doe!
Glee Club 1, 23 junior Promg
Spirit of SHS3 UN Trip3 Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 43 Driver Train-
ing 33 Science Club3 Biology
Club3 Latin Club 3, 43 French
Club 23 FTA 33 Yearbook As-
sistant3 Sophomore Hopg Honor
Roll 1, 2, 33 Senior Prom3 Wash-
"Small and trim"
Glee Club 1, 23 Freshman Party3
Sophomore Hopg junior Promg
Senior Promg UN Tripg Wash-
ington Club3 Cafeteria Staff 43
Office Girl 3, 43 Office Practice.
STILES M. GILMORE
"Hi: quieinerr ir an arse!"
Chess Club 43 Biology Club 3,
4g Washington Club.
JOAN PATRICIA GRILLS
"A merry bean, a gay dirpori-
Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, 43
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4g Spirit of
SHS 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 23 Chess Club 3,
43 Biology Club 3, 43 Science
Club 13 UN Trip3 Debating
Club 43 FTA 3, 43 Talent Show
2, 43 Yearbook Assistantg Driver
Training 33 Freshman Party
Sophomore Hop3 junior Promg
Senior Prom3 Cafeteria Staff 2.
CLIFTON L. FOSTER, JR.
"Carr, lair fin: love"
junior Prom3 Senior Prom3
"Ari gently, speak softly"
Biology Club 3, 43 Camera Club
33 Chess Club 3, 43 Office Prac-
tice 43 Driver Training 33 UN
Trip3 Washington Club3 Spirit
of SHS 4g Junior Promg Senior
Prom, Talent Shows 3, 43 Year-
book Assistantg Dramatic Club
43 Sophomore Hop.
EDWARD F. HARRISON ELAINE A. JANEIRO
"Happine5J ir the root of mr- "Full of plearureu
Biology Club 2, 3, 43 Driver
Freshman Party3 Sophomore Hop3 Training 33 Freshman Party
junior Prom3 Senior Prom3 Bas- Sophomore Hop3 Junior Prom
ketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Senior Prom3 Science Club 1
"S" Club 2, 3, 43 UN Trip3 Talent Shows 2, 33 Glee Club 1
Washington Club3 Glee Club 4g 23 Chorus 3, 43 Girls' Ensemble
Chess Club 23 Spirit of SHS 43 23 UN Tripg Washington Club'
Driver Training 33 French Club Office Practice 4g Spirit of SHS
3, 4g Talent Show 3, 4.
SUSAN ALICE JONES SANDRA LEE KEEGAN ANN MARIE KRAWIEC JACQUELINE FRANCES
Pawcatuck Pawcatuck Stonington LARKIN
"KindneJr ir Wirdom"
Science Club 15 Cafeteria Staff 15
junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 U.N.
Trip5 Washington Club5 Biologp
Club 33 Chess Club 35 Talent
Shows 2, 35 Office Practice 45
MARY O. LEONE
"A merry life ir az full life."
Science Club 15 Secretary 1,
Freshman Party5 Sophomore Hop5
junior Prom5 Senior Prom5 Glee
Club 1, 2g Biology Club 2, 3, 45
Girls' Basketball Team 2, 3, 45
U.N. Trip5 Washington Clubg
Yearbook Staff5 Spirit of S.H.S.
3, 45 Operetta 25 Honor Society
3, 45 Assembly Committee 3, 45
Secretary 35 Chess Club 2, 3, 45
Office Practiceg Talent Shows 2,
3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 41
Office Girl 45 Dramatic Club 4.
"Nothing ir more ureful than
Science Club 15 Glee Club 1, 25
Biology Club 2, 3, 45 U.N. Tripg
Washington Club5 Girls' Ensem-
ble 2, 35 Office Practice 4.
"A cheerful mzlure wifzr many
Glee Club 1, 25 Chorus 3, 45
Girls' Ensemble 1, 2, 35 Camera
Club 25 Orchestra 1, 45 Latin
Club 25 'Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 45
Yearbook Staff 45 Driver Train-
ing 35 Cafeteria Staff 15 U.N.
Trip5 Washington Club5 Office
Girl 2, 3, 45 Operetta 1, 25 jun-
ior Prom5 Senior Prom.
"Cbeerfulr1err county much in
Science Club 15 Glee Club 1, 2,
45 Girls' Ensemble 1, 25 Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Par-
ty5 Sophomore Hop5 junior Prom5
Senior Prom5 French Club 45
Spirit of S.H.S. 45 Yearbook
Staff5 Office Girl 45 Driver
Training 31 Homeroom Treasurer
25 Future Teachers of America
"A lady at all times."
Camera Club 1, 25 Intramurals 1,
25 Biology Club 3, 45 Junior
Prom5 Senior Prom5 U.N. Trip5
Washington Club5 Debating Club
45 Talent Shows 3, 45 Yearbook
Staffg Glee Club 1, 25 Homeroom
"Tall, .rlim and graceful."
Camera Club 15 Glee Club 1, 25
Girls' Ensemble 25 Chorus 3, 45
Biology Club 2, 35 French Club
3, 45 U.N. Trip5 Washington
Club5 Yearbook Staff5 Talent
Shows 1, 25 Freshman Party5
Sophomore Hopg junior Prom5
GEORGE T. LUZZI
"A hardy frame, at merfier spirit."
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Football Cap-
tain 45 "S" Club 2, 3, 43 Track
1, 45 Baseball 15,Freshman Party5
Sophomore Hopg Junior Prom5
Senior Prom5 U.N. Trip5 Wash-
ington Club5 Talent Shows 3, 4.
CHARLES W. MAIN
"He har bi! filent way."
Chess Club 2, 3, 43 Sophomore
Hop3 junior Prom3 Senior Prom3
U.N. Tripg Washington Clubg
Track 43 Baseball 4.
GEORGE M. MCGUGAN
"For mircbief if the Jpire of life."
Glee Club 1, 23 Talent Shows 2,
43 Football 2, 33 Track 43 U.N.
Tripg Washington Club3 Sopho-
more HOPQ junior Prom3 French
Club 23 Biology Club 3g Spirit
of S.H.S. 4.
ROBERT F. MEDBERY
"Many great men were rbyf'
Science Club 13 Biology Club 2,
33 junior Prom3 Senior Prom3
U.N. Trip3 Washington Club3
Talent Shows 3, 43 Football 3,
4g Track 3, 4g Baseball 13 "S"
"Style is the dream of thought."
U.N. Trip3 Washington Clubg
Yearbook Assistant3 Freshman
Partyg Sophomore HOPQ junior
Prom3 Senior Prom3 Talent Shows
2, 33 Glee Club 3, 43 Biology
Club 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 2, 31
Driver Training 33 French Club
2, 33 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Vice
President 4. Spirit of S.H.S. 3.
ANGELA M. MICELI
"Not a rare in zbe world."
Science Club 13 Freshman Party3
Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom3
Senior Prom3 Talent Shows 35
Glee Club 1, 23 Biology Club 2,
3, 43 Secretary 33 Girls' Intra-
murals 1, 2, 3, 43 U.N. Trip3
Washington Club3 Yearbook As-
sistantg Spirit of S.H.S. 3, 4g
Operetta 23 Honor Society 3, 43
Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess
Club 2, 3, 43 Office Girl 3, 43
Dramatic Club 4.
"My Idea of an agreeable per-
Glee Club 1, 23 Biology Club 39
Chorus 3, 43 Driver Training 33
Office Girl 3, 43 Freshman Par-
LYQ Sophomore Hop3 junior Prom3
Senior Prom3 U.N. Tripg Intra-
"A good dirpafitiorz exceedr the
zalue of gold."
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball
1, 2, 5, 43 Track 3, 4f Track
Captain 43 Baseball 1, 23 "S"
Club 2, 3, 43 Talent Shows 2, 3,
43 U.N, Tripg Washington Clubg
Sophomore Hop3 Junior Prom3
Senior Prom3 Glee Club 13 Biolo-
gy Club 2.
"Laugh while you rang everything
bar in lime."
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4g Dra-
matic Club 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23
Chorus 23 Freshman Party3 Sopho-
more HOPQ junior Prom3 Senior
Prom3 Yearbook Staff3 Photo-
graphy Editor3 Cafeteria Staff 4g
Science Club 1, Vice President 13
U.N. Trip3 Washington Clubg
Biology Club 2, 3, 4g Chess
Club 1, 23 Debating Club 33
French Club 33 Latin Club 2, 33
Brown 8: White 1, 2, 3, 43
Driver Training 33 Assembly
Committee 2, 33 Pop Band 3.
CARLENE A. MITCHELL
"Hard work ir gmlifyingf'
Latin Club 2, 3, French Club 2,
33 Talent Shows 3, 4, junior
Prom, Senior Prom, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Basketball Team
2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 3, 43 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2,
Chorus 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Ad-
vertising Editor, Cafeteria Staff 2,
U.N. Trip, Washington Club,
Camera Club 1, 2, Dramatic
"Silence ir more mufiml lban
Glee Club 1, 2, Orchestra 1, 2,
Girls' Ensemble 2, 39 Chorus 4,
Science Club 1, Treasurer 1, In-
tramurals 1, 2, 3, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom,
Senior Prom, French Club 2, 33
Dramatic Club 3, Future Teachers
of America Club 3, 4, Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff, Business Mana-
ger, U.N. Trip, Washington
Club, Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4.
JUDITH E. NICHOLS
"Checked for .filenceg never mx'd
Chess Club 1, 2, Honor Roll 1,
2, 3, Debating Club 35 Office
Practice 4, U.N. Trip Washing-
JOHN A. MITCHELL
"Speak only when it if necef
Science Club 1, Chess Club 1
2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Washing-
ton Club, Freshman Party, Sopho-
"Sh-e har cz quiet way."
Transfer from Russellville High
School, South Carolina.
"QuietnerJ if Ben."
Chess Club 1, 2, Football 3, 4,
U.N. Club, Washington Club,
Washington Club, Freshman Par-
ty, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom,
SONJA A. MORROW
"A gay heart if Ike Jourre of
Office Practice 4, Biology Club
33 Dramatic Club 3, Talent
Shows 3, 4, Camera Club 1, 2,
Yearbook Staff, Office Girl 3,
ROGER K. NICHOLS
"Silence is 11iriue."
Transfer from Fitch. Camera Club
ANDRE E. NOEL
"Love me! Love my car"'
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Biology Club 3, 4, Chess Club
1, Spirit of SHS 4.
"Of all the girly that we have
known none Jo fine ax Bev."
Student Council 1, 3, Glee Club
1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2,
Chorus 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2,
Band 1, Brown and White 1,
2, 3, 4, junior Business Mana-
ger, Senior Business Manager,
Science Club 1, Latin Club 2,
3, French Club 2, 3, Biology
Club 2, 33 Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, junior Prom,
Senior Prom, Queen's Court,
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, "S"
Club 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4,
Spirit of SHS, UN Trip, Wash-
ington Club, General Treasurer,
Yearbook Staff, Honor Society
3, 4, Honor 1, 2, 3, 4.
WILLIAM F. PAGE
"Make pleayure out of work"
Freshman Party, Science Club 1,
French Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club
4, UN Trip, Washington Club.
"A haxhful man it a contented
Biology Club 3, 4, Chess Club
1, Spirit of SHS 4, UN Trip,
Washington Club, Track 4,
junior Prom, Senior Prom.
PATRICIA ANN HAROLD E. NOREEN KAY FRANK IO
RADICIONI RATHBUN, JR. RATTIGAN RAYMOND, IR-
Mystic Pawcatuck Mystic Stonington
"Quiet and Unaisumirzgu
Camera Club 1, Glee Club 2,
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Talent
Shows 3, 4, Sophomore Hop,
junior Prom, Senior Prom, Biol-
ogy Club 4.
"Never an idle mornenf'
Science Club 1, French Club 2,
3, Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep
Band 3, Washington Club, Track
1, 2, Freshman Party, Sopho-
more Hop, Junior Prom, Senior
Prom, Spirit of SHS 4, Cafe-
teria Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Biology
Club 2, Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4.
"And :he will have gladrreu
wherever the goerf'
Glee Club 1, 2, UN Trip, Of-
fice Practice, Washington Club,
Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Assistant, Senior Prom, Sopho-
"What Jhould a man do, but be
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Freshman
Party, Science Club 1, Biology
Club 2, Sophomore Hop, Talent
Shows 2, 3, 4, UN Trip, Junior
Prom, Senior Progn, Spirit of
SHS 4, "S" Club 2, 3, 4, F00t-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
ALICE GEORGIA PATRICIA ANN SUSAN ELIZABETH JOANNA ROSELYN
"A Jmile canno! help winning "Speech ir Jilrer, but .rilence if
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' En- Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Washington
semble 2, Talent Shows 2, 3, 4, Club, Office Practice.
junior Prom, Senior Prom, U.N.
Trip, Office Practice, Driver
Training, Chess Club 1, 2, 33
Washington Club, Operetta 2, Bi-
oolgy 3, 4.
"The laughter of girls ir, and ever
war, among the delightful round:
of the eerily."
Intramurals 1, 2, Girls' Ensem-
ble 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Tal-
ent Shows 1, 2, 3, Biology Club
2, 3, Junior Prom, French Club
2, 3, Sophomore Hop, Senior
Prom, Yearbook Assistant, U,N.
Trip, Washington Club, Office
Girl 3, 4.
"A kind of charm you seem to
find in womanlaoodf'
Cheerleader 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4,
Science Club 1, Dramatic Club 1,
2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Brown
and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 2, Chorus
3, 4, "Keynotes" 4, Latin Club
2, 3, French Club 2, 3, Honor
Roll 3, 4, U.N. Trip, Spirit of
s.H.s. 3, 4, Talent shows I, 2,
3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore
Hop, junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Washington Club, Yearbook As-
sistant, Intramurals 1, 2, Driver
"ll'4illa equal rim for work and
play, .rlye gainr more friendr from
day lo day."
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club 1, 2, Girls' Ensemble
1, 2, Chorus 3,4 4, Key-
notes" 3. 4, Intramurals 1, 2, 33
U.N. Trip, Orchestra 1, 2, Fresh-
man Party, Sophomore Hop, jun-
ior Prom, Senior Prom, Talent
Shows 1, 2 ,3, 4, Home Room
Treasurer 3, Washington Club,
Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
2, 3, 4, Driver Training 3, Spirit
of S,H.S. 3, 4, Honor Roll 1,
Operetta 2, Cafeteria Staff 2, All
State Music Festival 2, New Eng-
land Music Festival 3, 4, Year-
book assistant, Office Girl 4,
Science Club 1. '
"Of nzannerr genlleg of affectionr
Glee Club 1, 2, U.N. Trip, Of-
fice Practice 4, Washington Club,
Yearbook assistant, Biology Club
4, Senior Prom, Sophomore Hop.
JOHN CARL SANTOS
"Suffers ir the culmination of
friendrlaip and willingnerf to
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, French Club
2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 4, Track
2, Baseball 1, 4, Honor Society
3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Year-
book, Literary Staff, U.N. Trip,
Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, C0-
Chairman. 3, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Debating Club,
Homeroom Treasurer 4.
Glee Club 1, 2, Biology Club 2,
3, 4, Washington Club.
"A good bear! if u letter of cre-
d 'z "
"He will never be condemned for
what he Jayrf'
Science Club 13 U.N. Trip3 Track
1, 2, 3, 4.
JANE CATHRYN SHEA
"The rule of my life ir to make
burinefr a pleasure and plearure
Glee Club 1, 23 Yearbook As-
sistant3 Dramatic Club 43 Biology
Club 3, 43 Cafeteria Staff 23
Science Club lg Chess Club 2, 3,
43 Camera Club 1, 23 Washing-
ton Clubg U.N. Trip3 Intramurals
1, 23 Talent Shows 1, 2, 33 Fresh-
man Partyg Sophomore Hop,
Driver Training 33 French Club
2, 33 Girls' Ensemble 23 Spirit
of S.H.S. 3, 43 Debating Club
3, 43 Operetta 23 junior Prom3
Senior Promg Chorus 3, 4.
JAMES E. SISK
"A qzfirt kind of genzlemanf' t
Bageball 1, 2, 3,143 French Club!
24-BQ Chess Chili 2, 33-Debating
Club 5, 4, Talent srwwsfa, 4,
U.N. .5Trip3 Wash-ington Clubg
"s" Club 3, 4. .1
, 1 - .
ANN F. SMITH
"Witty, fair and wire ir she."
Science Club 13 Freshman Party3
French Club 2, 33 Biology Club
2, 3, 43 Sophomore Hop3 Co-
Chairman3 Glee Club 1, 23 Girls'
Ensemble 1, 23 Chorus 33 Home
Room Treasurer 1, 2, 33 Cheer-
leader 3, 43 Intramurals 1, 23
Dramatic Club 1, 23 "S" Club
3, 43 Latin Club 13 Spirit of
S.H.S. 3, 43 Talent Shows 1, 2,
4g Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 43,Wash-
ington Club3 Operetta 23 Driver
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, BARBARA, sM1Tg-1
' X 1 -'S Pawcatuck
i,H"SbKAlaaJ m.1gIiic'r Pgdldenz-langue."
3iGir,l's' Enfembleflg 23, Glqxe Clqcbi
11,5 23 Chorust, 3, 43- "Keynqtes,','
3 5, 4i-Talenf Showsx1f4"2,K 5, 4,
junior Prom, Queen',5- Court, Sen-
ior Promfj French,-,Club 33 SPirit
'f S.HfS. 33' Washington 'Club3
U.N. 'Trip3' Cafeteria .Staff3 As-
sistant Head NV3l.t1'ESS'A4Q Office
1 Girl'3,. T
. W -' YV 'lx
"Ar carefree nr cl rummefr day."
Science Club lg Glee Club 23
Biology Club 23 Intramurals 1, 2,
3, 43 U.N. Trip3 junior Promg
Yearbook Assistantg Spirit of
S.H.S. 3, 43 Assembly Committee
23 Chess Club 3, 43 Office Prac-
tice 43 junior Talent Show3
Sophomore Talent Showg Office
Girl 43 Senior Promg Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4.
"Intelligence and beauty bar tbir
ntlrarlire, rnappy litlle min."
Science Club 13 Biology Club 2,
33 Glee Club 23 Girls' Ensemble
3, Chorus 3, 43 Dramatics Club
1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33
Spirit of S.H.S. 3, 4g Freshman
PHIIYQ Sophomore Hopg junior
Prom3 Senior Promg Intramurals
1, 2, 33 Yearbook Assistant3 U.N.
Trip3 Washington Club Trea-
surer, FTAQ Talent Shows 2, 3.
ROSEMARY C. T. SMITH
"Wilb nonclaalgznce the green the
Driver Training 33 Office Practice
43 Camera Club 33 Glee Club 2,
"Happy am I,' from care I'm free,
Why aren't they all contented
Yearbook Assistant, French Club
3, 4, Talent Shows 1, 2, 3, 4,
Washington Club, Dramatic Club
1, 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, 4,
Home Room Treasurer 1, 4, U.N.
Trip, Treasurer, Freshman Talent
Show Co-Chairman, Brown and
White 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor
4, Sophomore Hop, junior Prom,
Senior Prom, Science Club 1,
Biology Club 2, Glee Club 1, 2,
5, 4, Boys' Ensemble 1, 2, Oper-
"Let me but do my work from
day to day."
"I criticize nobody and nobody
Chess Club 1, 2, U.N. Trip,
JAMES P. STEELE
"His manner and character will
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, Biology Club 3,
Sophomore Hop, junior Prom,
Senior Prom, Talent Shows 3, 4,
Operetta 2, U.N. Tdip, Washing-
ton Club, Basketball 1, "S" Club
JAMES G. STEWART
"Gallantry to ufomen if the ,ture
road to their fll1'01'.H
Freshman Party, Science Club,
President 1, Sophomore I-lop,
Talent Show 3, U.N. Trip,
French Club 2, 3, 4, Brown and
White 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff,
junior Prom, Senior Prom, Spirit
ANTHONY P. SYLVIA
"A merry man am I."
U.N. Trip 3, Washington Club 1
4, junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Spirit of S.H.S. 4, Driver Train- 1
ing 3, Biology Club 2, 3.
"Conlented, be letr the rert of
the world go by."
Football 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4,
DIANE JOAN VARS
"Her quiet wayr add to Iyer
dignity and win lbe retpect of
Chess Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals
1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4,
French Club 2, 3, Debating Club
3, 4, Yearbook Assistant, Spirit
of S.H.S., Washington Club, Of-
"A cheerful, open countenance."
Science Club 1, Biology Club
2, 5, 4, French Club 2, 3,
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Spirit of
S.H.S. 3, 4, Girls' Ensemble 2, 3,
Glee Club 2, 3, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, junior Prom,
Homeroom Treasurer 3, Talent
Shows 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1,
TA blurb if beautiful bu! often
French Club 2, Biology Club 2,
3, Baseball 1, Football 1, U.N.
JAMES H. WHITEHEAD
"Sometimer reriour, Jametimer
people like him eilber way."
Glee Club 1, 2, Biology Club,
Science Club 1, Chess Club 1, 2,
French Club 2, U.N. Trip, Sen-
KENNETH WILCOX GEORGE A.
Pawcatuck WILDES, JR.
"W'orry made no one greaz, why Pawcatuck
513014111 I WUWY-PM "Hir prerenre ir always beard."
Glee Club 2, 33 Baseball 1- 2, 3- Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria
43 B2lSkCtl33.ll I, 2, 3, Football Sophomore Talent
2, 3, 43 Talent SIIOWS 2, 3, 45 Shows 3, 4, U.N. Trip, Washing-
U-N- TFIPZ Junior PYOTUL Sefli'-71' ton Club, Dramatic Club 4, Stu-
PIOIUL "5"'Cl11b- dent Council 4, Assembly Com-
mittee CoAChairman 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, French Club 2, Sci-
ence Club 1, Pep Bancl 4, Fresh-
man Party, Senior Prom.
"He ir wire who wirlaer lo do
what he mn."
Chess Club 1, 2, 4, Science Club
1, Biology Club 2, 3, French
Club 3, 4, Baseball 1, Football
1, 2, Track 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2,
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Talent
Shows 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom, Sen-
ior Prom, U.N. Trip, Washington
"People who are of rweez and
cheerful dirporilion rurceedf'
Science Club 1, Biology Club 2,
3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, French Club
2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic
Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls'
Ensemble 2, Chorus 3, 4, Brown
and White 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Assistant, U.N. Trip, Washington
Club, Talent Shows 3, 4, Fresh-
man Party, Junior Prom, Senior
Prom, Intramurals 1, 4, Spirit of
S.H.S. 3, 4, Honor Roll 3.
"A helping hand at all limerf'
Brown and White 1, 2, 3 4, De-
bating Club 3, 4, Honor Roll 3,
4, Science Club 1, Spirit of
S.H.S., Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3,
4, Office Girl 4, Talent Shows
1, 2, Office Practice, Glee Club
1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 1, 2,
Chorus 3, Yearbook Assistant,
Intramurals, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom,
Senior Prom, U.N. Trip, Wash-
DAVID L. WILSON
"Quality, not quanlily if my
Freshman Party, Baseball 1, 3, 4g
Sophomore Hop, Basketball 4,
U.N. Trip, Chess Club, Science
LINDA I. WOLFF
"Charming people are not all
Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop,
Intramurals 2, 3, junior Prom,
Queens Court, Chess Club 2, 5,
43 Biology Club 3g Science Club
1g Spirit of S.H.S., Driver Train-
ing, Office girl, junior Talent
Showg Washington Club, U.N.
"Around ber lingerr an air of
sweelnerr, rincerity, and :implic-
Science Club 1g Biology Club 2,
3, 4, French Club 2, 39 Glee
Club 1, 2, Girls' Ensemble 25
Chorus 5, 4, Talent Shows 2, 5,
4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Honor
Roll 1, 4, U.N. Tripg Washing-
ton Clubg Freshman Party, Soph-
omore Hop, Junior Promg
Queen's courtg Senior Promg
Cheerleader 3, 45 "S" Club 3, 43
Spirit of S.H.S. 3, 45 Intramurals
lg Operetta 2g Yearbook Assis-
Club Camera 2, 3g Office Prac-
ticeg Glee Club 2.
The Senior Class wishes to express its gratitude for the leadership and
service rendered by Mr. L. Bradley Bunker during his three years as our class
The Senior Class of 1957 wishes to express its gratitude for the many hours
and sincere efforts of Miss Vargas, Miss Dennehey, and Mrs. Silva, without
whose help this yearbook could not have been so efficiently composed. We
would also like to thank Robert Cale, whose art contributions helped to add to
the total effect of this book.
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Raymond Joseph Abbott . . . 'lRabbit" . . . Will this Patricia Canavan . . . "Pat" . . . Full of pep . . . Willing
meeting please come to order" . . . Qualities of Lead- and helpful . . . "Parlez-Vous Francaise?l'
ership . . . His goal Rensselaer.
Charles Chiappone . . . "Charlie" . . . Good worker . . .
Claudia Arzamarski . . . "Claud,' . . . Quick smile for Oh! that convertible . . . generous,
all . . . Sparkling wit and good humor. H
Carol Cidale . . . "Cideley" . . . "Has anyone dues?
Virginia Avery . . . "Ginny,' . . . Likeable and friendly . . . Honolulu, here I come.
. . . Piano fingers . . . Enjoys Old Mystic air. .
Richard Chipperfield . . . "Ch1pU . . . Never a dull
Linda Baird . . . "Lyn" . . . Teacher-to-be . . . S.S.S moment . . . Liked by all . . . Second nature-
. . . Pals with Ron and Sheazy. "Sports".
Bernard Belisle . . . "Belis" . . . Pawcatuck's one and Frank Clay . . . "Dick" . . . Preference to redheads . . .
only . . . Fizz kid . . . "Egad Dad". "Whip" . . . Archie's-a second home.
Nancy Bennett . . . "Nan" . . . Ceaseless Chatter . . Robert Clemens .,. . "Bob" . . . All around man . . .
Easy going . . . Infectious giggle. Better late than never . . . Collects late slips.
Leonora Bellerose . . . "Lee" . . . Twirling Champ . . Kathleen Colechia . . . "Kaye" . . . Cheerful . . . Black
O.P. Kid . . . Friends with Nan. wavy hair.
Anne Beresford . . . "Bertha" . . . Good word for all Margaret Comolli . . . "Magret" . . . Happy-Go-Lucky
. . . Westerly-not near enough. . . . Long distant phone calls!?
Cynthia Bonardi . . . "Cyn" . . . Tall and attractive Lucille Costa -. . "Lu" . . . HiHo . . . Carefree . .
. . . Steady-Stamp-Sticker. Pals with jane.
Barbara Bradley . . . "Bob" . . . "Ready-Hep! Hep!" James Crowley. . . "Jim" , . . Country Boy . . . 5:A.M.
. . . Beautiful smile . . . Studious. Blues . . . Good worker.
Shirley Bradley . . . "Shirl" . . . Ambitious worker . . Andree Daignault . . . "Drey" . . . Pleasant . . . Cute
Cheerful and happy ways . . . Accordion.Artist. blond . . . R.I.C.E.
Walter Brown . . . "Browniel' . . . What an eye . . Edward Harrison . . . "Bojo', . . . jovial . . . What a
21 . . . Casual stride. high jump . . . Banana Bread Boy.
Doris Browning . . . "Dot" . . . Always on the go . . Blaine Janiero . . . "Laine" . . . Wow!! . . . That
Energetic . . . Inquisitive nature. sparkle . . . Couldn't be without a "Buck",
.lane Bufdklf - - - UJZIYICYHH- - - Clevef - - - Ff!eUd1Y na' Susan jones . . . "Susie" . . . Seen but seldom heard . . .
ture - - - 0-P--, fof me - Crazy about a U-Conn. huskie.
Robert Cale . . . "Bob" . . . "What do you mean" . .
Terrific school spirit . . . A talent for art.
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Sandra Keegan . . . "Sandy" . . . Modest and quiet
ways . . . Stubborn . . . Dancing feet.
Ann Krawiec . . . "Bloss" . . . Always on the go . . .
Jacquelin Larkin . . . "Jackie" . . . Preference to blonds
. . . Westerly, no rival to me.
Mary Leone . . . "Mary" . . . Tiny but friendly . . .
Patricia Lewis . . , "Pat" . . . Quiet friendliness . . .
Lovely hair and laughing eyes . . . True lady.
Carolyn Littlefield . . . "Caci" . . . Happy . . . Ready
smile . . . Willingness to assist.
George Luzzi . . . "Luz" . . . Practical joker . . . "Our"
football captain . . . Mystic-my second home.
George McGugan . . . "Sandy" . . . Fluorescent pink and
zebra stripes . . . Regular guy . . . Friendliness him-
Joyce Danesi . . . "joy" . . . Cheerful and Cute . . . Al-
ways seen' with George . . . Jet black hair.
Elaine Dart . . . "Dot" . . . In basketball she's tops . . .
Charles Dias . . . "Chas" . . . Bopsie Boy . . . Always
seen with Gerry and Bill . . . "Close that pneumonia
Richard Dimock . . . "Dick" . . . True gentleman . . .
"What a yearbooklll' . . . Well respected.
Richard Doherty . . . "Duffy" . . . "Got a piece of
gum?" . . . Neat dresser . . . Co-operative spirit and
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"Slumber party anyone?l'
"Got a penny?"
Tall and graceful.
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Beatrice Montgomery . . . "Bean . . . Sweet and quiet Frank Raymond . . . "Frankie" . . . Excellent sports-
. . . "What a shame" . . . Everyone's friend. man . , . "Boy am I starved" . . . Usually seen
Raymond Morgan . . . "Ray" . . . Ambition galore . .
Gridiron asset . . . He has a main interest. Alice Richard U ' . ..Al,. ' D . Shy but good matured t I i
Maureen Morrissette Q . D UMOIH . . . Quiet and Friend- hWhat time is this block over? . . . Keen sense of
ly . . . Very efficient . . . Studious and Sparklin. Umor'
Sonia Morrow . . . "Sonja" . . . Amiable personality Patricia Richards . . . "Pat" . . . Quiet and attractive
. . . With the kids , . . What a sense of humor. manner . . . Efficient secretary is she.
Judith Nichols . . . "Judy" . . . Reserved manner . . . .. , .,
Typing is her favorite . . . She has many hidden in- Susap Rose ' ' ' Sue ' ' ' Lets have a Party '
Gift of gab.
Roger Niclqols , , , "R0g" , I , H35 maiiy interests in 1021103 Rossi . . . "JON . . . Cheerful smile aflcl happy
varied fields , , . Shy , i , Friendly manner, WayS . . . "Did the bell ring y6I?U . . . A willing
Andre Noel . . . "Frenchie" . . . One-third of the Mc-
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tictiligzfappgsfliiaqlgsviltlil theoioyfsm mation aca Marguerite Rusch . Twink . . . I like Chevy s,
especially convertibles" . . . Oh you beautiful blonde
William Page . . . "Bill" . . . Humorous antics . . . ' ' ' Full of fun-
"Yeh?" . . . Well liked by everyone . . . "What a
W0fkef- John Santos . . . 'iBelgy" . . . A lover of good times
, . . . . . M . P.D .... O f d b k
Beverly Panciera . . . "Bev." . . . Full of ambition . . . players? ne 0 our treasure as etbau
Spends her time out of doors . . . Studious and well
deserving . , . D.A.R. Girl. -
Veronica Santos . . . "Roni" . . . Attractive sophistica-
Roger Panciera . . . "Doc" . . . Capable of anything tion . . . The girl with the dancing feet . . . l'Do you
. . . "Is that right?" . . . Far from being shy. know What?', . . . Nice to know.
Andre Pasqualin . . . "Pask" . . . Quiet but!!! . . . "I'm . . .. ,, H
d ,1 , ' r ' H b - h 1 ' Antonia Sciro . . .D Toni ... Nasty break . , .Al-
rea y et s go e rig tens any C 21SSr00m ways with the kids . . . Off to Westerly.
Patricia Radicioni . . . "Pat" . . . "Need any typing
done" . . . Basketball for her , . . Sparkling eyes are jane Shea . . . "Sheazy" . . . "Ya know what?" . . .
her asset. The big . . . Class chauffeur . . . Perpetual
Harold Rathbun . . . "Herbie" . . . Mischevious, who
men? -,I - HOW maui' Points? - - - HZZZOOO' james Sisk . . . "Jim" . , . Takes everything in stride
MMM!!! . . . "Mr. Chairman" . . . Special reports unlimited.
Noreen Rattigan . . . "Rad" . . . Has a smile for every- Ann Smith Hsmitt ,. .
Y. .. , ,. . .. y . . . The witty one . . .Co-
One ' ' ' Usually with JO ' ' ' OP' thats for me ' operative and loyal . . . "Gee Whiz" . . . Easy going.
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Barbara Smith . . . "Bark" . . . Song in her heart . . .
Petit and sweet . . . A friend to all . . . True and
James Whitehead . . . "Whitey" . . . Sparkling person
ality . . . Easy to get along with . . . "Yow
Kenneth Wilcox . . . "Scrumptious Scrapper" . . . "Face
joseph Souza . , . "joe,' . . . Asset to any class . . . that'UeVCf'5t0P5'5millf18 - - - Bfightened UP manl' 3
"What a test" . . . "The bell ring yet?" . . . A willing Classroom.
WO! er George Wildes . . , "Bucky" . , . Comedy in a small
James Steele . . . "Su-Su" . . . "What'll you have?" . . . gaikige ' ' ' EEEEEEEEKKKKKKK A ' ' What a
Has a good word for everyone . . . Valuable athlete. If C '
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James Stewart . . . "Pencil" . . . Unpredictable . . . "I've egififg fo: eigxgne 1 1 I Vsxlcordialg ery PePPY
got to write a story . . . A neat dresser.
David Wilson . . . "Dave" . . . Silence is golden .
Anthony Slyvia . . . "Tony" . . . Witty and humorous What 3 swing . , , "Where's the green?"
"Who me?" . . . Spunky and courageous.
Linda Wolfe . . . "Lyn" . . . Quiet and reserved .
Barbara Tattersall . . . "Tat" . . . Dignified and social Neat dresser . . . Sheazy, Bezzi and Mary's pal.
"Sincere . . . "Can ya beat that?"
Karole Zeller . . . "Zilch" . . . Tiny and terrific .
Tom Tetlow . . . "Tom" . , . Quiet humor . . . "What Eager to please . . . Friends with Ducky.
do you mean? . . . Quiet ways . , . Tall.
Rosemary Smith . . . "Rosemary', . . , Always has lots
Noreen Trant . . . "Irish" . . . Our prom Queen . . . to tell . . . Let's take a ride . . . One of the O.P
She has outside interests . . . Charm and personality. Gang.
Joseph Travers . . . "jo-Jo" . . . "Nothing bothers me" Juanita Malone - - - "JU21H" - - - 0ffiCC helper -
. . . Good worker . . . Concealed sense of humor. "ML Chalrmanu . . . Always a good word for some
Diane Vars . . . "Diane" . . . Pleasing personality . . .
Gets along well with girls, and boys alike , . . Tal- Robert Schiller . . . "Bob,' . . . Track is his favorite .
ented, Quiet and reserved . . . With the boys.
Andrey Victoria . . . "Aud" . . . Nice'n neat . . . Win- Sandra Siller . . . "Sandi" . . . Always in a hurry .
ning personality . . . "Is that right?" Can be found with "Zilch" and "Duck" . . . Neat
George Whewell . . . "Pa Pa" . . . His quick tongue and I
friendly smile . . . Always ready to work . . . "Whats Charles Main . . . "Charlie,' . . . "The quiet man" .
up?" Shop is his favorite . . . Nice to know. '
Leon Whewell . . , "Wen . . . Quick blush . . . A car George Babonas , . . "George" . . . Enjoys country air
for every occasion . . . Trouble shooter?? . . . Bashful boy . . . Friends with Charlie.
Catherine White. . . "Cathi" . . . "Come on ou kids" Dorothy Shatz . . . "Dotty" . . . Pals with Pat and
. . . A happy worker. Carolyn . . . Good word for all . . . Happy worker.
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The Class of 1957 assembled at Stonington High School in September of 1953. We
came from the various sections of the town and were about to embark on a trip of
perhaps the four most interesting years of our lives. On the route to Commencement
we were to gain many new friends, enjoy countless new experiences, and also to be-
come just a little more enlightened on what the future would hold for us.
As any group about to set out on so important a trip, we needed leaders. These leaders
arose in the forms of President Robert Gensburg, Vice President james Crowley, Secre-
tary Noreen Trant, and Treasurer Roger Panciera, Beverly Panciera and joseph Abbott
were elected to serve as Student Council representatives for our freshman year.
Prominent among our activities through the year were the very successful freshman
talent show, our own first social, the Freshman Party, and our freshman teams, organized
in football, basketball, and baseball.
During the course of the year we became familiar with such intricate tasks as reading
schedule cards, opening gym lockers, and keeping homework assignments in mind. As
a group, the year turned out quite well for most of us, and we eagerly looked forward
to the following fall when we would no longer be at "the bottom of the heap."
' SOPHOMORE YEAR
We returned to school in the fall of 1954 with a little more self-assurance as a result
of having had a year of high school experience. Our numerous excuses for being late
were no longer listened to so patiently, and it was soon found advisable to arrive on
time for class. The faculty were not so indulgent as they were the previous year, but the
responsible feeling that resulted gave us a crtain pride in having moved up a notch.
Our class elections were held and Robert Gensburg was again elected President,
Roger Panciera, class Vice President, Noreen Trant, Secretary, Carol Cidale, Treasurer.
Seated as Student Council representatives were Beverly Pancira, Barbara Bradley, Louis
Allyn, and joseph Abbott.
Our class productions were the annual Sophomore Talent Show and the Sophomore
Hop. Both were quite successful and so were well worth the time spent in preparation.
The hop was held in February and a Valentine theme prevailed in the decoration of the
As sophomores, the class took a more active part in athletics and letter winners in-
cluded Edward Harrison, Russell McLaughlin, Robert Cale, Robert Schiller, George
Luzzi, Frank Raymond, Richard Chipperfield. In the Spring a squad of cheerleaders
was chosen after weeks of diligent practice. The group listed Barbara Bradley as captain,
and her squad was made up of Linda Baird, Patricia Canavan, Beverly Panciera, Veronica
Santos, Ann Smith, and Karole Zeller.
We had now completed the first half of our trip and felt secure as members of the
school. We looked forward to our junior year in eager anticipation.
Once back from summer vacation we quickly adjusted to the routine of our classes.
This was to be our most active year up to that point. Our class elections were again held
and the class officers were those who led us during the previous year. These people were
Robert Gensburg, Roger Panciera, Noreen Trant, and Carol Cidale and they occupied
the same seats as they previously did. Student Council representatives were elected and
the six chosen were Beverly Panciera, Barbara Bradley, jean Duerr, Charles Dias, Richard
Dimock, and Joseph Abbott, the latter had risen to the post of Vice President of the
Our junior year was also a year of many activities. The junior Talent Show was
staged successfully and a lot of fun was had by all. The annual Honor Society initiation
was held and the new junior members elected were Linda Baird, Barbara Bradley, Richard
Dimock, Mary Leone, Angela Miceli, Mareen Morrisette, Beverly Panciera, and john
Santos. The United Nations trip was taken in April by most of our class. During these
days the United Nations was explored, and several excursions were held to the various
places of entertainment and dining. After much elaborate preparation, the junior Prom
was held. From a court composed of Linda Baird, Barbara Bradley, Beverly Panciera,
Barbara Smith, Noreen Trant, Linda Wolff, and Karole Zeller, the students selected
Noreen to be crowned queen by President Gensburg. Our junior classmates came to play
an important part in our athletic program. This was particularly true in track and base-
ball. The class was also honored to have a four-letter man in the person of Richard
Thus, with June came the close of another enjoyable and unforgetable year at our
September of 1956 brought us to the beginning of the end of our high school careers.
This realization motivated most of us to put forth just a little more effort in our
athletic, scholastic, and extracurricular endeavors.
Our officers were Robert Gensburg, President, Roger Panciera, Vice President, Noreen
Trant, secretary, Carol Cidale, Treasurer. Joseph Abbott was elected Student Council
President and Jean Duerr was chosen as Secretary-Treasurer. Other Council members
included Linda Baird, Shirley Bradley, George Wildes, and Roger Panciera.
The gala Senior Talent Show was produced in November. Many laughs were en-
joyed by all. Our annual Senior Prom was held in February. These Senior Class pro-
ductions were savored a bit by the fact that they were to be the last productions in which
we could work together as a group.
After a pleasant week in Washington we realized that Commencement would soon be
here. Now, that it has finally arrived, we will remember our four years at Stonington
not with sadness at having left but, instead with pride for having completed four won-
derful years at Stonington High School.
We, the class of 1957, being sound of body if not of mind, do will our traits, talents,
and interests to deserving underclassmen, with the fervent hope that they will get as
much fun from their four years at Stonington as we have.
I, Robert Clemens, do will my fondness for giving the teachers a hard time to Raymond
I, Cathi White, do will my interest in Westerly High to any girl who has a roving eye.
I, Joseph Souza, do leave my part in the school play to next year's Rudolph Valentino.
I, Frank Clay, do will to no one my interest in Shirley.
I, Barbara Bradley, do will to Sandra Pignitaro my position as captain of the cheerleaders.
I, Richard Belisle, do will my Ford Convertible to anyone who can stand the top down
in the winter.
I, Linda Baird, do leave not only my pleasing personality, but also my title "S.S.S."
"Sweet, Smart, and Smooth" to Janet Hobart.
We, Claudia Arzamarski, Anne Beresford, Cynthia Bonardi, Carol Cidale, Margaret
Ann Comolli, Ann Krawiec, Susan Rose, and Audry Victoria, do leave our sorority,
the D.Z.K., to any group who can afford to feed all the boys at their meetings.
I, Walter Brown, do leave my seemingly quiet manner to Richard Schackner.
I, Juanita Malone, do will my job at the Mayflower to no one, as I think I will keep it
for a while.
I, Robert Cale, do leave my rendition of "Elvis" to all the underclass "cats."
I, Diane Vars, do will to Dana Fogg my good posture.
I, James Crowley, do leave my early rising job to milk the cows to my fellow 4-H
I, Beatrice Montgomery, do will my southern accent to the next transfer from down
Wie, Jayne Shea and Kathleen Colechia, do will our loquacious manners to several under-
class girls who deserve the honor.
I, George Wildes, do will my ability to make my presence known to George Cassel.
I, Noreen Trant, do bequeath my position as Junior Prom Queen to the prettiest girl
in the junior class.
I, James Steele, do will my position as best looking to some handsome boy in the junior
I, Ann Smith, do leave my ability to be everywhere at once to Nancy Linderson.
I, Beverly Panciera, do leave not only my pleasing smile, but also my ability to make
friends to Joan Clemens.
I, James Whitehead, do leave my box of "things" to underclassmen who are as able as
I am to collect them.
I, Veronica Santos, do will my cute features to Helen Cowell.
We, Sandra Ferrigno, Mary Leone, Angela Miceli, and Antonia Sciro, do will our last-
ing friendship to Judy Hughes, Judy Chick, Antonette Lidestri, and Patricia Schackner.
I, Robert Gensburg, do will my position as senior class president to anyone fortunate to
be elected to the post.
I, john Santos, do will my argumentative nature to Kenneth Yates.
I, Lenora Bellerose, do leave my tumbling and twirling talents to anyone who is willing
to practice for a few years.
I, Leon Whewell, do leave my choice of vehicles to my younger brother when he gets
I, Alice Richard, do leave my interest in the Alumni to no one as I .intend to continue
I, Doris Browning, do will my ability to "wiggle" my way out of homework to Lucia
We, Roger Nichols and David Wilson, do will our quiet ways to Samuel Green and
I, joseph Abbott, do will my crew-cut to anyone who has the determination to make every
hair stand on end.
I, Karole Zeller, do leave the odd spelling of my name to anyone who wants to be
I, Richard Dimock, do leave my fondness of knowledge to john Bennett.
I, Carlene Mitchell, do leave my willingness to work to Linda Arnold.
I, Nancy Bennett, do will my giggling ways to Sandra Ashby.
I, Patricia Canavan, do will my job at the soda fountain at Bannon's to whoever can
make the best coke.
I, Richard Chipperfield, do will not only my exceptionally good looks, but also my
outstanding athletic ability to Everet Flagg.
We, Richard Doherty and Frank Raymond, do will our "blondish looks" to all the
underclassmen who can afford the bleach. '
I, Sandra Siller, do leave not only my flirtatious manner, but also my everlasting smile
to Mary Shea.
I, Robert Miner, do will my varied interests in Newport, Rhode Island, to Lee Barber.
I, Marguerite Rusch, do will to joannie Miller my ability to always be caught talking.
I, Robert Medberry, do leave my ten dollar Buick to anyone who can afford to buy the
I, Beverly Wilkinson, do will my love of debating to Susan McGee.
I, Kenneth Wilcox, do leave my curious nature to David johns.
I, Russell McLaughlin, being a noted philosopher, will simply leave, much to the delight
of my study hall teachers.
I, Patricia Richards, do leave my position as most bashful to some shy junior girl.
I, George Luzzi, do will my reputation as "The Rock of Gibraltar" to my cousin Frank.
We, Maureen Morrissette and Shirley Bradley, do leave our duets to the next accordion
I, joseph Travers, do will my noisy muffler to anyone who can get away with it.
I, Philomena Merringlo, do will my long dark eyelashes to Pat Planchon.
I, Rosemary Smith, do will my car,full of kids to anyone who will give them a ride to
and from school.
I, Stiles Gilmore, do will my love for taking tests to Pat McSparren.
I, Iudy Gagner, do will my blue Buick to no one because it is my father's.
I, Roger Panciero, do will my joviality to Paul Fecteau.
We, Noreen Rattigan and Joanna Rossi, do leave our love for tri-colored trucks to any-
one with a paintbrush.
I, Clifford Foster, will take off in a cloud of smoke in my "Sl" custom on the last day
I, Andree Daignault, do will my pleasant voice to Patricia Thrall.
I, George McGugan, do leave my shocking pink paint job to anyone who wants to attract
I, Sandra Keegan, do leave my tap dancing ability to some lightfooted underclassman.
I, james Stewart, do will my nickname, "Pencil," to the next sportswriter for the Westerly
I, jean Duerr, do leave my mature and understanding nature to Eleanor Powers.
I, Tom Tetlow, do leave my extreme height to Dick Williams and hope he will grow a
I, Virginia Avery, do will my pleasant manner to Jacqueline Souza.
We, Charles Main and George Babonas, do will our friendship to joseph Cangelosi
and Ben Turrisi.
I, Barbara Tattersall, do will my position as first to marry to some lucky girl in the
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I, Elaine Dart, do will my artistic talents to Kathryn Naccarato.
I, Raymond Morgan, do leave my ability to talk endlessly without saying anything in P.D.
to anyone who is point mad.
I, Susan Jones, do leave my weekend trips to UConn. to no one, because I intend to
I, Charles Dias, do will my crazy license plates to anyone with a name like mine.
We, Jane Burdick and Lucille Costa, do leave our never-ending presence in the O.P.
room to next years O.P. girls.
I, George Whewell, do leave my "baby face" to my brother Allen.
I, Joyce Danesi, do will my interest in a great big football player to absolutely no one.
I, William Page, do leave my fondness for members of the opposite sex to all the under-
We, Linda Wolff and Mary Gilmore, do leave our admiration of midshipmen to any
girls who are impressed by the uniforms.
I, James Sisk, do leave school happily knowing there will be a Sisk at Stonington for
quite a while.
I, Barbara Smith, do leave my singing voice to anyone who likes to sing as much as I do.
I, John Mitchell, do will my love for Amoco gas to anyone whose father runs a gas
I Patricia Lewis, do will my fondness of reading and studying to any underclassman
who wants to get ahead.
I, Joan Grills, do leave my athletic ability to Judy Hughs.
We, Sonja Morrow and Elaine Janerio, having a reputation of ceaseless chatter, will
I Edward Harrison, do will my springboard feet to the next champion highjumper from
I, Jackie Larkin, do leave the bus ride on cold mornings to my sister.
I, Charles Chiappone, do leave my position as football manager to David Johnson.
I, Judith Nichols, do will my preference for red convertibles to absolutely no one.
I, Robert Schiller, do leave my running ability to John Boucher.
I, Patricia Radiconi, do leave my striking features to Brenda Scussel.
I Harold Rathbun, do leave my love for doing homework to some underclassman who
has as much ambition as I have.
We, Dorothy Shatz and Carolyn Littlefield, do leave our friendship to numerous friendly
I, Andre Noel, do will my ability to be in trouble to numerous underclassmen.
I, Andre Pawquelin, do leave my position at the back of the panel in P.D.
Signed, sealed, and published, and declared this as and for the last will and Testament
by the Class of 1957, Stonington High School, in the presence of us and each of us, who
at their request and in their presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names
THIS IS YOUR LIFE
CLASS OF '57
Ten years have gone by
Since last time we met
It was graduation day
And in our lives a most important step.
That day each was alone
To play life's gameg
Did they go on to success,
To Happiness and Fame?
Their hope for the future
The dreams of one and all
For the class of '57.
Now before you, will fall.
Many of our classmates
The girls particularly
Who dreamed of being capped someday
Said, "Nurses we shall be"
Sandra Keegan, Pat Lewis, and Carolyn Little-
field, Jackie Larkin, Sue Rose, and Carole Ci-
dale, Phil Meringolo, Ann Smith, Juanita Ma-
lone, Marguerite Rusch, Jane Shea, and Karole
The Science Field had its share
Of students from our class,
Who are working for our welfare
Gaining Knowledge is their task.
Belgy Santos and Walt Brown
All the new hair styles and fashions
Are designed by'girls we know.
They graduated with our class
And now set hair for dough.
Judy Gagner, Nancy Bennett, and Carlene
To guard our country against its foes
To keep it safe and free,
Will be the duty of our boys
In the Army, Air Force and Navy.
Cliff Foster, Jimmy Steele, David Wilson,
Jimmy Sisk, Joseph Travers, Robert Schiller,
Harold Rathbun, Leon Whewell, Bernard Be-
lisle, Frank Clay, George Luzzi, George Mc-
Gugan, Anthony Sylvia, Andre Pasquelin, Tom
Tetlow, Andre Noel, Charles Main, George
Barbonas, and Russell McLaughlin
We the students of S.H.S.
Do contribute to you
In the field of medicine
Pharmacists, technicians and a doctor too. -
Barbara Bradley, Dick Doherty, and Beverly
Panciera, Sandra Ferrigno, Jean Duerr, and
From Biology to Music
and Business subjects too,
Some classmates took to teaching
As what they wished to do.
Linda Baird, Ginny Avery, Kathleen Colechia,
Sandra Siller, Joe Souza, Shirley Bradley, Cyn-
thia Bonardi, Audrey Victoria, Andree Daig-
nault, Cathy White, Barbara Smith, Ann Kra-
wiec, Margaret Comolli, Claudia Arzamarski,
Ed Harrison, and Maureen Morrissette.
To aid the many passengers
That journey via air
We have our air line hostesses
So sweet, so young, and fair.
Anne Beresford and Joan Grills
Our land is crossed by highways
Our rivers, bridges span.
Weld be lost without the knowledge
Of the engineering man.
Joe Abbott, Charlie Dias, Bob Medbury and
There's a lot of work to typing
Transcription is no laugh
So here's a hand to all the members
Of our first rate business staff.
Noreen Trant, Alice Richard, Lucille Costa,
Susan Jones, Joyce Danesi, Charles Chiappone,
Mary Gilmore, Mary Leone, Beverly Wilkinson,
Jane Burdick, Doris Browning, Beatrice Mont-
gomery, Sonja Morrow, Elaine Dart, Leonora
Bellerose and Angela Miceli.
As members of the clergy
We know youlvhe done your best
To teach the ways of truth and peace
In a world full of such unrest.
George Whewell, Bob Miner and Richard
Some have entertained
A skater, comedian, and a baseball star
Whose "top'l performances
Have won them claim both near and far.
Diane Vars, George Wildes, Dick Chipperfield
From designing fashions to houses,
They have made their names well known.
Their new designs and styles are
Found in clothes and in our homes.
Linda Wolff, Roni Santos, Bob Clemens, and
These girls became engaged and wed
Directly after school,
These boys we're not quite sure
But we know they've reached their goal.
Elaine Janeiro, Noreen Ratigan, Judith Nichols,
Rosemary Smith, Barbara Tattersall, Joanna
Rossi, Jimmy Crowley, William Page, Raymond
Morgan, Kenneth Wilcox, Jimmy Stewart,
Stiles Gilmore, John Mitchell, Roger Nichols,
Roger Panciera, Frank Raymond.
The day ir drawing to a cloye,
Our hearty are heating fart,
The happy hourr and carefree day:
Shall Joon he in the part.
The joyful dayr that we have had
Will echo in our earf
And ar we wander through thir world
We'll ne'er forget there yearr.
We're heading near the road of life
To dayr we do not know,
If they he happy, rad, or gay
lVe'll conquer each new foe.
To Jtand upright, true and .rtrong
That ir our thought today.
We'll never try to lead the name
Of Stonington artray.
-Sandra I Siller
M ee I!!
MARGARET ANN COMOLLI
First to Marry
Best School Spirit
Did Most For Class
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Carolyn Tattersall, Jerilyn Boyd, Ma-ry Frechette, Patricia Shannon, Diane Wheeler, Elizabeth Brooks, Joyce Vars, Wanda Sills,
Claudia Maine, Bernadette Smith, Carlene Vacca, Barbara Godomsky, Margaret Dart, Donna Livingston, Melanie Muratore, Joyce
Mossey. Second row: Lynda Page, Ruth Godomsky, Charlene Ramsdell, Joann Woycik, Brenda Mitchell, Valerie Nye, Anna Quinn,
Patricia Blodgett, Dana Fogg, Sharon McKnight, Frances Hill, Ann Marie Smith, Diane Beauchamp, Jane Whipple, Irene Pia, Linda
Cruckshank. Third row: Eleanor Cini, Sandra Behan, Jeanne Stebings, Rhandi Johnson, Patricia Cavanaugh, Bonnie Carlin, Mary
Alice Whipple, Betty Good, Shirley Marcey, Marilyn Fannon, Leanore Cini, Georgia Ann Dimock, Dawn Patterson, Joan Larke,
First row: Alice Medeiros, Betty Jean Jeffrey, Linda Sylvia, Anna Wibberly, Lora Broxy, Barbara Marston, Lydia DiCeasar, Carol
Orlanda, Susan Castle, Karen Maxwell, Lucy Antock, Ann Harrington, Caroline Wagner, Barbara Wilcox, Carol Bessette, Second
row: Joyce Brown, Sandra Henry, Gene Culver, Gloria Paulson, Patricia Tis, Carol Burdick, Denise Keller, Margaret Souza, San-
dra Manfredi, Marybeth Delaney, Linda Siller, Patricia Abate, Frances Cawley, Leslie Graichen, Margaret Brustolon, Elizabeth
Groton, Sandra Munes. Third row: Connie Maderia, Joyce Mitchell. Jean Albro, Darcey Applegate, Sarah Mercier, Judith Previty,
Patricia Meringolo, Kay Saparito, Linda Palazzolo, Susan Sisk, Catherine Sanquedolce, Jane LaPierre, Barbara Brown, Mary Mc-
Kenzie, Joyce McGuggan, Joyce Buck, Bernice Levanti, Mary Rezendes.
F RESHMAN BOYS
First row: Douglas Murray, Alan Joseph, William Reid, Robert Patterson, Anthony Grillo, Paul
Holland, john Leone, Joseph Evans, Frank DeCiantis. Second row: Alan Carlton, William Mitchell,
Edward Donath, joseph Longolucco, Roger Noel, Denneth Reid, james Donahue, Dennis Heipt,
Third row: Robert DeFosse, Edward Mueller, Charles Way, William Martell, joseph Sylvia, Ronald
Ross, john Pescotello, james Blake, Leonard Thurston.
First row: George Crouse, Michael Stanley, Bernard Delicato, John Lazarek, Robert Belisle, Bradley
Curtin, Fredrick Toldo, Brian McKenna. Second row: Carl Sommer, Allen Whewell, john Watts,
john Gavitt, Edward Cushman, Daniel joseph, Earle Christianson, james Hays. Third row: Bruce
Panciera, Bernard Mayhew, Roland Noel, Kenneth Baker, Thomas Luzzi, Robert Senior, Robert
Thibdeau, Richard William, George Burnham.
First row: Margaret Devine, June Sutherland, Dianne Christina, Janet Ferguson, Jeanne Schackner, Linda Foley, Mary Grillo, Susan
McGee, Michelle Daignault, Jean Danforth, Kate Umphlett, Donna Buck, Cleste Smith, Frances Dolce, Patricia Ryder. Second row:
Jean O'Neil, Dorothy Zembruski, Judith Enos, Beverly Robinson. Lynne Stewart, Katherine Naccarato, Maureen Comolli, Anne Marie
Castagna, Helen Stewart, Sandra Simon, Anna Rezendes, Ruth Ann Wilcox, Janice Wells, Norma Aguiar, Sarah Carnaghan, Eliz-
abeth Robinshaw. Third row: Judith Taylor, Kathrine Xwesolowski, Hiedi Sjostrom, Priscilla Rouse, Muriel Bryant, Margaret
Hewitt, Turdy Buchanan, Jane Richard, Patricia Donahue, Jeanette Sylvestre, Nancy Barber, Susan Brooks, Barbara Gould, Vir-
ginia Waterman, Libby Osborne, Phyllis Saffomilla, Carol Boucher. Fourth row: Denise Kelliher, Joan Novello, Joanne Lawrance,
Celina McMahon, Joan Clemens, Judith Tetlow, Loan Larkin. Linda Reynolds, Mary Kitty, Lana Siller, Diane Meuse, Gladys
Burnam, Nancy Meldrum, Eleanor Rose, Anne Gallagher, Linda Foberg, Julia Serrano, Doris Pariseau.
First row: David Girven. Michael Jolmson, Lester Dunclclee, Woodrow Klewin, Michael O'Brien, Michael Savin, John Lathrop,
James Nichols, John Larkin, Paul Leone, Second row: Vincent Russo. Leo Nolan, Edward Cartier, James Levanti, Richard Soren-
son, Raymond Williams, Donald Littlefield, Victor Panciera, George Robinson. Third row: Peter Danesi, Lawrence O'Keefe,
Terence Cini, James Schiller, Gerald Long, Louis Marseilles, Helmut Buchholz, Gerald Drury, George Cassell, Joseph Morosini,
Joseph Martin. Fourth row: Joseph Lorello, Williarii Beal, Thomas Law, Robert Duerr, David Johns, Charles Wfood. Micheal Sad-
dow, Wfilliam Cullinane, William Bliven, XX'illiam Wfalsh, Everett Wfescott.
First row: Janet Foley, Brenda Scussell. Jacqueline Laing, Patricia Crowley. Barbara Stowell, Doris Masofsky, Jean Wilkinson,
Judith Teixeira, Jacqueline Jeffrey. Agnes XY'heeler. Corinne Morrow, Mary Shea, Jacqueline Sousa, Santina Faillace, Joan Cray.
Second row: Rose Seranno, Marsha Wolff, Ethel Buck, Cynthia Robert, Juliette Pont, Judith Chick, Priscilla Holdridge, Joan
Miller, Patricia Planchon. Helen Cowell. Antoinette Lidestri, Carole Pont, Judith Fiore, Helen Brophy, Harriet Main, Lillian Bell.
Third row: Judith Hughes, Janet Hobart, Nancy Linderson, Marjorie Sears, Elaine Babonas, Kirsten Lema, Ida Vars, Carla
Graves. Eleanor Powers. Enn Vigue. Loretta Mitchell. Joyce Colprit. Doreen Donath, Arlene Mitchell, Frances Brooks, Lucia
Meserxe, Thomasine Panceira, Patricia Thrall. Bridget Tocker. Fourth row: Bette Godomsky, Geraldine Reardon, Patricia Schack-
ner, Sandra Pignataro. Elizabeth XY'ard. Ann Cattafe, Linda Arnold, Ann Murphy, Ann Collins, Sandra Roderick. Alice Brown.
First row: Wfayne Cale. Edward Steele, Donald Brayman. Pasquale DeBernardo, Orrin Hanley, Eugene Pine, Harry Higgins,
Samuel Greene, Paul Prcvity, Ernest Evans, Paul Cravinho, Lee Barber, James Behan, Michael Sisk, Garth Meader, Second row:
Wallace Steadman, John XX"illiams, John Matliewson. Leonard Novak, John Lopes, Fred Maloney, Anthony Henry, Jon Tattersall,
Robert Hildebrand, Leonard Hedin, Francis Woycik, Gerson Friedman. John Boucher, Gustav Dessaules, Bernard Stedman, Gerald
Vernieri, William Fitzerald. Third row: Joseph Cangelosi, Thomas Schackner, David Johnson, Edward DeFrias, Stephen Volinsky,
Robert DeBragga, John Bennett, Xwilliam Hayes, Daniel Gonzales, Wfilliaiii Brown, Costudio Rebello, Richard Schackner, Ken-
neth Yates, Armand Morrissette, Herbert Arnold, Roger Allen. Fourth row: Frank Luzzi, Harry Way, Paul Songdahl, Kenneth
Calkins, James Drury, Harvey Thorp, Robert Burdick. Donald Noel, Everett Flagg, Fred Anderson, Edward Wallington, George
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Members of the Assembly Committee are
chosen by lots with each class being allotted
one boy and one girl. Those chosen meet per-
iodically with Mr. Coogan to plan groups of
assemblies. This organization is open for sug-
gestions for possible assemblies. The group is
supervised by co-chairmen, who are Student
Co-Chairmen, George Wildes, Shirley Bradley,
Faculty Advisor, Mr. Clarence Coogan.
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students who are elected to the organization
by their classes. The Council'serves as a me-
dium for better relations between the faculty
and the student body. The council also tries
to meet the various requests of the student
President, joseph Abbott, Vice President, james
Druryg Secretary-Treasurer, jean Duerr, Facul-
BROWN AND WHITE
The Brown and XY'hite, the Stonington High School newspaper. is published six times annually by a staff of approximately fifty
students. These members are equally divided among the four classes. The paper, which has a circulation of approximately 700
copies, covers all athletic. social. and club activities.
ty Advisor: INTL Clarence Coogan.
Newspapers are exchanged with twenty-five other schools across the country. A representative is sent each year to the New
London Day's observance of National Newspaper Week. Pictures for the newspaper are supplied by the Camera Club, and the
Typing II classes are responsible for typing each issue.
OFFICERS: Editor-in-Chief, Jean Duerr, Assistant Editor, joseph Souza, Business Manager, Beverly Pancierag
Circulation Manager, Linda Baird, Sports Editor, james Stewart, Girls' Sport Editor, Veronica Santos, Junior
Assistant Editor, Patricia Schacknerg junior Business Manager, Helen Cowell, Faculty Advisor, Mrs. Michael E.
The Washington Club is formed annually and is
composed of those seniors who go to Washington on
the class trip. In and around Washington various
Governmental Buildings and other points of special
interest are visited. The trip is made each year during
the spring vacation.
Faculty Advisor: Mr. William P. Griffin.
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'ILC "2-- -: --,. T he French Club is organized to supplement the French classes by promoting 1 greater
in " understanding of the French people and their culture. This purpose is effected by guest
' . speakers and by an annual trip to a city whose population is mainly French Also a high
light of the French Club is its annual banquet.
President, Jacqueline Souzag Vice President, Patricia Thrallg Secretary-'l'reasurc1 john Lope
Faculty Advisor, Mr. Wllllalil Petty.
The Latin Club is composed of students who are interested in learning more about
the Latin language and the culture of the ancient Romans. The Latin Club annually
holds an initiation, a Roman Banquet, and other programs designed to promote a better
understanding of the language and culture of the ancient Romans.
President, john Lopesg Vice President, Mary Sheag Secretary, Sandra Pignatarog Treasurer, Kathryn
Naccaratog Faculty Advisor, Miss Beatrice Silverstein.
Naccaratog Faculty Advisor, Miss Beatrice Silverstein.
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The Future 'Teachers of America Cluh is open to all
students who are interested in teaching as a career. The
club meets periodically to discuss problems' which may
arise in a teacher's life. Guest speakers are scheduled
and field trips are planned to the various teachers col-
leges of the state.
OFFICERS: President. Linda Bairdg Vice President,
Shirley Bradleyg Secretary. joan Larlcing Treasurer, Joan
Clemensg Faculty Advisor, Mr. XX'illiam Griffin.
The Honor Society is made up of those junior and
senior students who are deemed deserving after having
been judged on scholarship, character, leadership, and
service. Students are eligible for election in the junior
year but may be elected during the senior year. Initiation
exercises are held each March, The faculty advisor is
Miss Evelyn Murdock.
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The Science Club is open to all freshman students who are interested in
obtaining a better background in science. The group conducts experiments and
holds discussions to supplement the classroom periods. An annual trip is planned
to a point of particular scientific interest.
OFFICERS: President, Wlilliam Reidg Vice President, Melanie Muratoreg Secretary, Linda
Cruickshankg Treasurer. Alan Wfhewell, Faculty Advisors: Mr. Donald Robinson, Mr.
MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB
The Model Airplane Club was organized to provide instruction on the building and
flying of model airplanes. Meetings and contests are planned between Stonington and
OFFICERS: President, Helmut Buchholzg Vice President, Louis Marsaillesg Treasurer, Thomas
Seriog Faculty Advisor, Mr. Ronald Houston.
The Dramatic Club is open to all classes and holds weekly meetings. This club is open not only for prospective
actors and actrresses but also for those interested in working behind the scenes. During the weekly meetings
plays are put on informally by members of the club. In addition to these informal plays, an annual play is
presented for the Public as the major project of the club.
OFFICERS: President, Robert Caleg Vice
President, Philomena Meringolog Secretary-
asurer, Helen Cowellg Faculty Advisor,
Mr. John Monahan.
DEBATIN G CLUB
The Debating Club meets regularly
throughout the year and is open to all
who are interested in panel discussions.
Debates are frequently held among mem-
bers of the club. The Club also plans
to hold debates with other schools and
to send delegates to the State and Na-
OFFICERS: President, Robert Gens-
burgg Vice President, joan Grillsg Sec-
retary-Treasurer, Linda Bairdg Faculty
Advisor, Mr. Robert Shea.
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The Chess Club meets weekly and is open for membership to all classes. The club provides
for instruction for new members and for chess experience for those who know the game. A .
highlight of the year was a tournament between the New England Chess Champion and various ii i
members of the club. Mr. Morris Fabricant is assisted by Mr. Matthew Gryzb as advisor.
The Biology Club is made up of those students who are taking, or have taken, Biology
and show a particular interest in Biology. The group annually make a field trip to New
York to a museum. This year emphasis is being put on the production of displays for
the Connecticut Science Fair. During the year guest speakers come to discuss various
aspects of Biology.
OFFICERS: President, Mary Leone, Vice President, John Clemens, Secretary, Diane Christinag
Treasurer, jean Wilkinson, Faculty Advisors, Mrs. Joan Silva, Mr. Arthur Carlin.
The Homemaking Club is restricted in membership to twenty-one freshman girls who
are not otherwise engaged in activities. The aims of the club are to serve the community,
the school, and the individual member. These are effected by doing volunteer hospital
work, by assuming school decorating projects, and by teaching the individual new
OFFICERS: President, Carlene Vaccag Vice President, Constance Madeira, Secretary, Catherine
Sanquedolceg Treasurer, Kathleen Saporitag Faculty Adviser, Mrs. Miner.
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The purpose of the Civics Club is to promote an intelligent awareness of international, na-
tional, and community affairs. Members will learn the qualities of leadership and fellow-
ship by actively participating in projects democratically initiated, organized and executed.
The fundamental purpose of the club is to prepare better citizens, by creating proper attitudes on
the part of the members. and to teach them to do something about their responsibilities as
citizens of their home, their school, their community, and their government.
The officers are as follows: President, Carl Sommersg Vice President, Kenneth Baker, Secretary,
Dana Foggg Treasurer, Joyce McGugan, Faculty Advisor, Mrs. Cullinane.
SPIRIT OF S.H.S
The main purpose of this group is to promote school spirit. This is done mainly through poster Z Z V,gk
displays both in the school and at athletic contests. This group has been very effective throughout .iff I ".: I
the year by organizing support of all athletic teams. I f
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Treasurer, Maureen Comollig Faculty Advisor, Mr. Woodrow Douville.
Seniors who are interested in obtaining practical office experience are assigned to the Office
Practice room. There they do the assignments given them by teachers for whom they act as secre- '
taries. Each senior works for four teachers during the year.
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Mrs. Marie M. Stewart
The Driver Training course is adminis-
tered in two sections each year primarily
to juniors and seniors. The course con-
sists of classroom sessions and actual driv-
ing experience. The objective of the
course is to instruct students in the proper
handling of a car.
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MR. HARRY LAWTON MR. MATTHEW GRYZB
Cla0mlDirec10r Director of Inrlrumenlal Muff:
Music has played an important part in the lives of about two hundred Stonington
High School students during the past year. Three separate choral groups have met twice
weekly and have been combined for special performances. The high point of the musical
year is the annual spring concert in which the full chorus takes part.
In addition to the larger groups, Mr. Harry Lawton has organized the Keynotes, the
All-State Quartet, and the New England Festival Chorus. The seniors who are in the
Keynotes this year are as follows: Veronica Santos, Shirley Bradley, jean Duerr, Carol
Cidale, Barbara Smith, Maureen Morrissette, Susan Rose, and Barbara Bradley. The
juniors who are in this group are Eleanor Powers, Jacqueline Souza, Nancy Linderson,
and Elaine Babonas. Those who sang in Hartford at the All-State Music Festival were
Barbara Smith, Carol Cidale, Fred Maloney, and john Santos.
The musical groups, in addition to the spring concert, presented the Christmas pro-
gram for the Patrons Club, gave an exchange concert at Ward High School in Westerly,
and provided the Commencement music.
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First row: james Steele, Charles Dias, Tom Tetlow, Richard Chipperfield, Frank Raymond, Russell
McLaughlin, Captain George Luzzi, james Crowley, Robert Medbury, Kenneth Wilcox, Robert
Clemens, Raymond Morgan. Second row: Robert Cale, Edward Kearney, Michael Saddow, Clifford
Morey, john Boucher, Robert Schackner, john Mathewson, Frederick Anderson, Frank Luzzi,
Leonard Novak, Lee Barber, Everett Flagg. Third row: William Beal, David Girvin, Gerald Drury,
joseph Morosini, William Walsh, Michael Johnson, George Robinson, James Levanti, Michael
O'Brien, William Bliven, Charles Wood, Dennis Cronin. Fourth row: Robert Thibdeau, Edward
Mueller, Robert De Fosse, Alan Whewell, Eugene Good, Thomas Pont, Thomas Luzzi, Alan
joseph, Victor Boucher, John Gavitt, Joseph Andaloro. Fifth row: Managers, David Johnson,
Charles Chiappone, Daniel Banks, Roger Noel, Kenneth Reid, John Watts, john Lazarek, Daniel
josephg Manager, Roger Panciera.
F OOTB LL
The task of rebuilding an entire team around a single returning letterman faced the
Stonington High School football coaches, and the four member staff did a fine job in
building a team that compiled a 4-5 record. The climax to the season came Thanksgiving
morning when an inspired Stonington eleven stunned Westerly High 27-13 to avenge
an earlier 38-13 setback and retain possession of the jeff Moore Trophy for the third
Richard Chipperfield was the outstanding factor in the Bears' successful season. The
brilliant halfback figured in 133 of the Stonington total of 151 scored in the nine game
season. Chipperfield scored 10 touchdowns, passed for seven and figured in every extra
point scored. Along with this brilliant performer who received All-State Honorable
mention honors, offensive were jimmy Steel, Frank Raymond, Russell "Huck" Mc-
Laughlin and Everett Flagg was terrific throughout the' season. Bob Clemens, who
started at right end, snared four touchdown passes, while Bob Medbery scored twice
from his left end post.
Along the offensive and defensive lines the performances of Captain George Luzzi,
jimmy Crowley, Cliff Morey, Frank Luzzi and Captain-elect john Mathewson were a
credit to Line Coach Arthur Carlin.
Chipperfield, Clemens and Mathewson were selected to represent Stonington on the all
Eastern Connecticut Conference team, made up of the top football players in the confer-
ence. The Bears finished in third place as they failed to defend the Connecticut Conference
Crown losing to Killingsly 20-7 and Fitch 20-19. The j.V. and Freshman teams were
coached by George McKenna and joe Ostingy, the newest addition to the coaching
staff. Both teams compiled fine records and the prospecst for the future are very bright.
RUSSELL MCLAUGHLIN JAMES CROWLEY RAYMOND MORGAN
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Pawtucket Vocational ...... ...... O ct. 6 31 13
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Plainville .........,.......... ...... O ct. 20 20 13
Putnam ..... ...... O Ct. 27 13 27
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Westerly ......, ......... N ov. 22 27 13
FRANK RAYMOND JAMES STEELE ROBERT MEDBURY
First row: Charles Wood, Walter Brown, Richard Chipperfield, Frank Raymond, john Santos,
Eddie Harrison. Second row: Coach Fabricant, Tom Tetlow, David Wilson, Russell McLaughlin,
Robert Clemens. Third row: Manager Richard Sorensen, William Beal, Michael Saddow, William
The 1956-57 edition of the Stonington High School Basketball Team turned out to
be a very spirited and polished quintet who, although lacking experience, compiled a
highly commendable record. Coach Morris Fabricant was faced with the problem of re-
building the entire team as every member of last year's Class M Championship team
Coach Fabricant worked hard with a scrappy and determined quintet and quickly
developed them into a small but well polished ball club. Ed Harrison started at center
with john Santos and Frank Raymond at forward and Captain Dick Chipperfield and
Walter Brown at guard. The squad was well blanced offensively as four members of
the team were in double figures in almost every game of the season. Defensively, the
well conditioned Bears played a pressing game that allowed them to steal the ball and
set up many quick baskets.
Nine of the games during the season were decided by margins of less than six points.
The Bears looked very good under pressure throughout the season as on many occasions
they were forced to come from behind to register the triumph. Fouls also played a big
factor in winning and losing of ball games with Stonington coming out on the short end
of many contests decided from the free throw line.
The Bears, who had been the Champions for the last two years, finished second to
Killingly in the Eastern Connecticut Conference. Stonington toppled Fitch in two games
during the season but lost five points decisions on two occasions to Killingly who enjoyed
their best season in many years. In the two Westerly games the Bears suffered 71-59 and
66-58 defeats with fouls being determining factors in both contests.
First row: Mr. Carlin, Frank Luzzi, john Mathewson, john Boucher, Russel McLaughlin, Robert
Medbery, Robert Schiller, Richard Chipperfield, Eddie Harrison. Second row: Cliffor Morey, james
Levanti, Herbert Arnold, Michael Saddow, David Barker, Louis Luzzi.
As defending State Class M Champions the Stonington High School Track Team, under Coach
Arthur Carlin is looking forward to another fine season.
The Bear mentor has numerous returning lettermen to form the core of this well balanced team,
and with many underclassmen coming up Stonington should continue their high rank. Numerous
Indoor Meets have been scheduled in an attempt to round the entire squad into top shape before
outside competition commences.
Russel "Huck" McLaughlin, who came out for the first time last year and broke the school's
mile record, will captain this year's squad. McLaughlin finished second in Class M competition last
year, and this season should be in a Class of his own. Another headliner on the list of returning
lettermen will be Ed Harrison who cracked the school high jump mark his sophomore year and
added the broad jump mark to his credit last year. Harrison's best effort has been 6' 2" and this
season, along with bettering this mark, he will be attempting to even the Eastern Seaboard
Championship for the third consecutive year.
Stonington's strength on the dashes will be dependent upon the performances of Frank Raymond,
Bob Cale and Dick Chipperfield.
In the middle distance and distance runs, Bob Schiller will probably team up with McLaughlin
and should finish close to him in every meet.
Harrison will headline the Bears' field event strength and will be backed by Raymond, in the
Pole Vault, John Mathewson in the Shot Put. Dick Chipperfield in the Discus and Cliff Morey in
Along with defending their state title the Bears will be hoping to return the Eastern Connecticut
Conference and Eastern Seaboard Championships.
First row: David Wilson, james Sisk, Capt. Richard Chipperfield, Roger Panciera, Coach Morris
Fabricant. Second row: William Bliven, james Levanti, Michael Savin, joseph Morosini, Gerald
Drury, Michael Sisk.
A talented group of returning lettermen have brightened the baseball picture of 1957
for Stonington High School. Coach Morris Fabricant has a veteran roster and pre-season
indications show that the Bears should have a good season. The major objectives of this
yearls squad will be to retain the Eastern Connecticut Conference Championship and
qualify for the post-season tournament.
This year's captain, Dick Chipperfield, will lead a list of well seasoned and spirited
ball players. Chipperfield gained All-Conference honors as a junior and his brilliant
job of catching has rated him high among school boy receivers in the state. Jimmy Sisk
and Everett Flagg will be the two individuals who will be pitching to Chipperfield dur-
ing the season.
Others who are returning include Bob Clemens, slated for outfield duties. Roger
Panciera and Dave Wilson will be holding down infield positions.
With a small but talented pitching staff and a fine hitting lineup, this year's Stoning-
ton High diamond combination are looking forward to a successful season which they
hope will result in qualifying them for the State tournament.
The Stonington High School Girls' Basketball Team enjoyed a very successful season
under the guidance of Miss Thavenet and the captain, Elaine Dart. This team, composed
of twenty girls who qualified for the team after three weeks of practice, played a ten
game schedule against the neighboring schools in both Connecticut and Rhode Island.
Among the schools that Stonington played during their season were The Academy of
the Holy Family, East Greenwich, Westerly, Griswold, Norwich and Fitch.
Many of the spohomores and juniors on the team showed a great deal of promise and
their performances in many of the games brightened the picture for the next two years.
A four member team representing Stonington High School in a five school badminton
tournament made a clean sweep of every game in which they played to earn CIAC em-
blems, symbolic of excellence in the field of sports in the state.
Norwich Free Academy, Williams Memorial Institute, New London High, Fitch High
and Stonington High were the five schools that sent teams to the tournament with four
girls from each school in competittion. Each girl played two singles and two doubles.
Eleanor Rose, Eleanor Powere, Nancy Linderson and Patty Meringolo were victorious
in every match they played to outclass the other representing schools. This team was
chosen by Miss Florence Thavenet, the school's athletic director.
Each May, from contestants of the Sophomore Class, seven girls are chosen as cheer-
leaders for their Junior and Senior years. The girls are trained during the month of April
for the final judging in May. The girls are then chosen on the basis of such qualities
as personality, leadership, organizing ability, dependability, pep, voice, and co-ordination
in the various cheering motions.
Besides cheering at athletic events, the girls take part in local parades and attend
various cheerleading clinics.
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I48 Wafer Sfreei'
Charcoal Broiled Foods
43 W. Broad Sfreei' Pawcafuclc
SYL'S BARBER SHOP
SAL'S 8: JEN'S
Fine I'raIian and American Food
2 I Lincoln Avenue
THE TV SHOP
SPANTAN TV HI FI
GRILLS SHELL SERVICE
Lubricaiion - Tires - BaH'eries
I30 Liberiy Sfreef Wesferly, R. I.
Wesferly, Rhode Island
BLANCHARD'S FILLING STATION
Esso Gas Moior Oils
Norwich and Wesferly Road
Cash and Carry
JOE'S BARBER SHOP
Over Wesferly Jewelry
CONNIE'S GROCERY STORE
72 Liberfy Sfreef
Groceries and Meals
No. Sfoninglon Rd.
Wesferly, R. I.
ROSE'S LIGUORETTE, INCORP.
45 W. Broad S+reef
On +he Bridge Wes+erIy, R. I.
PAWCATUCK SHOE REPAIR SHOP
57 Wes'I' Broad Sfreel'
JOSEPH ABATE, Propriefor
Men's and Boys' Sfore
26 High S'rreeI'
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
37 Wesl' Broacl Slreel
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
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Bank Square Mys'ric, Connecficui'
I6 Easi Main S+ree'r
Mysiic. Conn. Tel. Jef. 6-7269
HOME OF GOOD PASTRIES
THE MILLER FORD
FORD SALES AND SERVICE
PIC AND PAY
3 Roosevelf Ave. Mysfic
IOI Main SI'ree+
Tel. Jef. 6-84I9
Tel. Jef. 6-9322
FULL LINE OF CHOICE
MEATS, GROCERIES, FRUITS
MarsI1aII SIcIarew Class of '43
FRED BUCK 81 SON
Home and Indusfrial EIec+ricians
Phone Jef. 6-83I6
Chiappone and Previ'Iy
Plumbing ancl Hea+ing
Texaco Gas and Havoline Oil
Firesfone and S+ar Tires
PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
WILLIAM R. PAGE
Plumbing and Healing
CHEVROLET COMPANY. INC.
5 Holmes Sfreef
CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC
EsI'. I920 S. S. Sanfin, Pres.
YORK MARINE RADIO
I4 WaI'er S'IreeI
Gulf Producfs ancl Lubricafion
TIRES - BATTERIES
TU - HI - FI RECORDS
The Besi' in EIec'I'ronics
5 Easf Main SI'reeI'
MysI'ic JE. 6-7268
Wes+erIy, R. I.
"HOME TOWN BANK"
WesI'erIy, R. I. Phone 5-5650
QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS
I32 LiberI'y S+reeI'
J. ROSSIE VELVET CO.
H EATH ER HOUSE
28 High S+ree+
WESTERLY, R. I.
MODERN GRI LL
MU RPH EY CHEVROLET
I06 Wes+ Broad Sfreei
D'AM I CO'S
BARB ER SHOP
Edwin W. D'Amico
I5 Easf Main Sfreei'
I66 Wes+ Broad S+ree'l'
HANDI - SHOP
Domesfic and Impor1'ecI
BEER ALE WINE
No Parking Problems
Tel. 5-5042 20 Palmer Sf.
CARROLL CUT RATE
SONOCO PRODUCTS COMPANY
PAPER TUBES FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK
PAPER CONES, TUBES AND CORES FOR
ALL WINDING PURPOSES
NEW LONDON. CONNECTICUT
"We Salute You"
PHOTOGRAPHY BY LORING
Whelher i+'s porlrails, group piclures, or ac'I'ion shols-you
can depend on Loring 'For 'rhe finesl in porlrailure. Our experl
s+af'F is prepared 'lo handle any pholographic assignmenl-al'
prices +l1al' are always moderale.
L. JOSEPH RATTIGAN
of Mason Con'rracI'or
BARsTow GROCERY MWC- CCNN'
MAE'S SNACK BAR
2 W. Main S+ree'I'
On fhe Bridge
5e,t TO SL00 STORE
5 Wes? Main S+.
Io I'he Class of '57
WESTERN AUTO ASSOC. STORE
Sfoningfon Gym Sui'I's
TOT 'N' TEEN SHOPPE
A CompIe'I'e Line of
Pre-Teen and Teen Cloihing
MYSTIC SPORTING GOODS. INC
49 Wes'I' Main S+.
TeI. JE. 67363 Mysfic, Conn.
BENDETT'S SPECIALTY SHOP CompIimenI's
Disiincfive Ladies Apparel of
MYSTIC HOXIE'S PAINT SHOP
SLIFKIN 8: SON HARDWARE AI-'S MARKET
3 Easi' Main Sfreei' 32 CUIISF Sf-
Mysfic, Conn. Phone JE. 6-8747 STONINGTON. CONN-
THE LITTLE CARD HOUSE . -
4 W. Main SI'reeI' Comphmen-IIS
MYSTIC, CONN. of
"Gree'I'ing Cards for Remembrance"
Giffs Thai' DeIigI1I'
JE. 6-7I62 The Adamsons
FRANK'S BARBER SHOP
KERR'S MEN'S SHOP
C"mP'imenIS of LARELLA 8. NACCARATO
"ABBOTT" 81 "GENSBURG"
Class of '57
3 Easlman S+.
"For Ihe Besl' in Flowers"
Corsages of Dis+inc+ion
BRI-MAR PainI's and Varnishes
6 Mechanic S+. Wesferly, R. I.
81 C SERVICE STATION
Upper Liberfy S'I'ree'I
Jim Connors and Burch Caswell
JOE 81 MUGGS
Harbor View Grill
Norman A. Lamb
BULBS - POTTED PLANTS
PERENNIALS - SHRUBS
Whifehall Avenue Mysfic
Produced in New England
for Your Enioymeni'
a Musi' SALAD DRESSING
on Your SANDWICH SPREAD
Panlry POTATO SALAD
Shelf TARTAR SAUCE
OTTO SEIDNER, INC.
Wesferly, R. I.
Besi' of Luck in I'he Fufure
Io I'he Class of '57
SH EA'S NEWSSTAND
30 High Sireei' WesI'erIy, R. I.
Duponf Pain'I's Millwork
THE J. F. BONOMO COMPANY
I4 Coggswell S+. WesI'erIy, R. I.
C. T. NOYES
The Bes+ in Dry Goods
SUPPLY CO., INC.
EveryI'hing +o Build Anyfhing
30 Oak SI'reeI' Telephone 2837
WESTERLY. R. I.
WESTERLY, R. I.
MELLO'S BARBER SHOP
20 High SI'reeI'
CompIimen+s of CompIimen'I's of
DUNN'S CORNERS FILLING STATION CLARK
E- M- ""'P- PAPER AND SUPPLY co.
OF WESTERLY HIGH SCHOOL
of Sfoningion High
HEALTH, SUCCESS. AND HAPPINESS
WILLIAM JOHL MFG. CO., INC.
Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. GiuIiano
Mr and Mrs Rowland Avery
Mr and Mrs Joseph J. Krawiec, Sr.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Machado
Mr and Mrs Pefer Danesi
Mr and Mrs George Whewell and Family
Mr. and Mrs Ar+hur MorrisseH'e I
Florence G. MorrisseH'e
Mr and Mrs Roberi' Duerr
Mr and Mrs. AIber'r Gensburg
Mr and Mrs Raymond L. AbboH'
Mr and Mrs. Clarence Dias
Mr and Mrs Paul MiceIi
Mr and Mrs George Reynolds
Mr and Mrs Joseph A. Jones, Sr.
Mr and Mrs. Louis BeIIerose
Mr Joseph OsI'igny
Mr and Mrs. John Lopes and Daugh+er
Mr and Mrs. Evan Anderson and Son
Mr and Mrs. John Sanfos and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Adelord Richard
Mrs. John R. Miner, Sr.
S+ephan R. Brown
Irving J. Mi'rcheII
Richard W. Canavan
Gus'I'av SiIIer, Jr.
Joseph Souza and Family
Sfiles M. Gilmore
Edward Larkin and Family
Harry A. Baird, Jr.
Alexander B. Smi+h
Alfred Lewis, Jr.
Joseph P. Leone
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