Stonington High School - Pawmystonian Yearbook (Pawcatuck, CT)
- Class of 1958
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STONINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
We, the first class to graduate from
the new Stonington High School, dedi-
cate our yearbook to world peace
through education, which we believe
to be the invincible link in the eternal
chain that is helping the world strive
T. ALLEN CROUCH
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Front row: Henry R. Palmer, Jr., Jacques D. Wirnpfheimer, Abraham S. Lann, Ralph
G. Sweetland, T. Allen Crouch. Second row: Richard S. Dimock, Paul Frechefie.
Principal Vice Principal
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SILVERSTEIN MONAHAN SHEA
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THOMAS LOU IS SCHACKN ER
"A man of few WOl'dSj a respected gentleman"
President 3, 4j Vice President I7 Football I, 27 Basketball I7
Gymnastics Club 47 UN Trip 37 Washington Club 47 Honor
Roll 37 Cafeteria Staff 47 Traffic Squad 47 Yearbook Staff 47
Chorus 47 Freshman PBYTYI Sophomore I-lop7 Junior Prom7
JOHN FRANCIS BOUCHER
"Great men do great things."
Vice President 3, 47 Home Room Treasurer 27 Dramatics Club
47 Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 47 "S" Club 2, 3, 47 Football I, 2, 3,
47 Track 27 Talent Show I, 2, 3, 47 Camera Club I.
MR. MORRIS FABRICANT
ANTOINETTE RITA LIDESTRI
"Cheerful and gay she attracts many friends"
Class Secretary 47 Home Room Treasurer 37 Brown 8. White
Staff 3, 4, Circulation Manager 47 Yearbook Staff 47 UN Trip
37 Washington Club 47 Honor Society 3, 47 Honor Roll I, 2,
3, 47 Music Club I, 47 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Spirit of S.H.S.
2, 3, 47 Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 47 Talent Show I, 2, 3, 47
Activity Committee 47 Traffic Squad 47 Freshman Party7 Sopho-
more Hopf Junior Prom7 Senior Prom.
PATRICIA ANN SCHACKNER
"She has the will to like and be liked."
Home Room Treasurer 2, 3j FTA I, 2, 3, 47 Biology Club 2, 3,
47 Science Club I7 French Club 2, 3, 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 47 Brown 81 White Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 47 UN Trip 37 Washington
Club 47 Chorus I, 2, 3, 47 Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 47 Girls'
Basketball 2, 3, 47 Talent Show I, 2, 3, 47 Class Treasurer 47
Office Girl 47 Traffic Squad 47 Yearbook Staff A7 Freshman
Party7 Sophomore Hop7 Junior Prom7 Senior Prom.
'IERBERT ARNOLD JR.
lot only clothes, but also per-
-rality make the man."
me Room Treasurer 'I, 3,
arbook Staff, UN Trip, Wash-
lton Club, Chorus, Basketball
Baseball I, 2, 4, Track I, 2,
ent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Sopho-
ire Hop, Junior Prom Com-
sweet voice rings on for-
orus I, 2, 3, 4, Girls' En-
nble I, Keynotes 3, 4, All-
ite 4, Latin Club l, 2, FTA
2, Talent Show I, 2, 3,
shman Party, Sophomore
p, Junior Prom, Orchestra I.
"Here is serious opinion"
UN Trip, Cafeteria Staff 4, Washington Club, Office Practice 4,
Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Activity Club, Dramatic Club.
FREDERICK CARL ANDERSON
"Danger gleams, like sunshine to a brave man's eyes"
Cafeteria Staff, "S" Club, Football 3, 4, Basketball 4, Track I.
LINDA ELLA ARNOLD
"Friendship is the land of rea-
Yearbook Staff, UN Trip, Gen.
Treas., Washington Club, Music
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Keynotes 4,
spam of si-is 2, 3, 4, sec. 3,
4, Stu. Coun. 2, 3, 4, Sec. and
Treas. 4, Basketball 2, Intra-
murals I, 2, Talent Show I, 2,
3, 4, Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr.
Prom, Co-Chairman, Activity
Comm. 3, Traffic Sq. 3, 4, Re-
ceptionist 2, 3, Football Pro-
grams I, 2, Stu. Coun. Con-
ventions 2, 3, Office Practice 4.
HOWARD LEE BARBER
"Opinion is a strong weapon."
Driver Training, UN Trip, Wash-
ington Club, Gymnastics Club 4.
wi, Ni 7 -gy-
JAMES MICHAEL BEHAN VW
"Now and ever independent"
Small and trim
Driver Training 3, UN Trip, Washington Club, Cafeteria Staff
4, Office Practice 4.
"Quiet and unassuming"
UN Trip, Washington Club, Bi-
ology Club 2, Intramurals I,
Camera Club 1, 2, Office Prac-
ALICE ANN BROWN
"Wisdom acquired by disposi-
tion is never without friends."
FTA 3, Yearbook Staff, UN Trip,
Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll
I, 2, 3, 4, Washington Club,
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club
2, 3, Girls' Intramurals 4.
"Success is his inevitable result"
Debating Club 2, 3, Yearbook Staff, Photography Editor 4,
UN Trip, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club l, Track 3, 4, Talent Show I.
DONALD LEROY BRAYMAN
"Let us live, while we live"
Biology Club 2, Gymnastics Club 4.
ROBERT HADLAI BURDICK
"A smile like the flash of lightning"
UN Trip, Washington Club, Chorus 4, Band 4, French Club
2, Basketball I.
LAWRENCE WAYNE CALE
"Adventure is his delight"
Driver Training 3, UN Trip, Honor Roll 2, 3, Washington Club,
Biology Club 2.
HELEN MARIE BROPH'
"Whatever she does, she dot
Dramatics Club 4, Yearboi
Staff, UN Trip, Washingtc
Club, ,Honor Roll 2, 3, Mus
Club I, 4, Biology Club 2,
4, Chess Club 4, Spirit of SI
2, 3, 4, Intramurals I, 2, 3,
Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Offii
"Whistling as he goes"
UN Trip, Washington Clul
Chorus I, 4, Gymnastics Clul
Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, Baske
ball I, Baseball I, 2, 4.
XNN MARIE CATTAFE
She has a song in her heart."
ramatic Club, FTA 2, Brown
White Staff I, 2, 3, 4, School
lay 4, Yearbook Staff, Driver
'aining 3, UN Trip, Assembly
ommittee 3, Washington Club,
irls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4,
irls' Ensemble I, Keynotes 4,
iology Club 2, 3, Spirit of
'IS I, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2,
N Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4.
An enthusiastic huntsmanf'
KENNETH RAY CALKINS
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
Debating Club 4, UN Trip, Washington Club, Music Club I, 3,
4, Chess Club I, 2, 3, Talent Show I, Freshman Party Com-
mittee, Office Practice 4.
JOSEPH JOHN CANGELOSI
"Admire him for his wit and versatility."
Yearbook Staff, Dramatic Club 4, UN Trip, Washington Club,
Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior
ANNE ARLENE COLLINS
Nothing is more useful than silence.
UN Trip, Washington Club, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Intramurals
I, Office Practice 4.
JOYCE ELAINE COLPRIT
A quiet tongue shows a wise head."
Honor Roll 3, Spirit of SHS 3, 4, Intramurals I, Office Prac-
JUDITH ANN CHICK
"A Star is Born!"
Home Room Treasurer I, 2,
3, 4, Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff, UN Trip,
Cafeteria Staff 4, Washington
Club, Biology Club 2, 3, Spirit
of SHS I, 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Latin
Club I, 2, 3, French Club 2, 3,
Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, School
Play I, 3, 4.
ANNE ROBINSON COLE
Transfer from Williams Memorial
"Seasoned with a gracious
Chorus 4, Keynotes 4, Spirit
of SHS 4, Talent Show 4, Senior
-:if .L .
"The reward of a thing well
done is to have done it."
Yearbook Staff, Business Edi-
tor, UN Trip, Honor Roll 2, 3.
4, Washington Club, French
Club 2, 3, Talent Show I, 2,
"A good disposition is more
valuable than gold."
Driver Training 3, UN Trip,
Washington Club, Honor Roll 3,
Glee Club T, Biology Club 3,
4, Chess Club 3, 4, Spirit of
SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, 2,
Freshman Party, Office Prac-
"A contented person."
HELEN MARY COWELL
"Around her lingers an air of joy and mirth."
Class Secretary 3, Dramatic Club Secretary 3, 4, Brown 81 White
Staff 2, 3, Junior Business Manager 3, Business Manager 4,
Circulation Staff of the Yearbook, UN Trip, Washington Club,
Chorus T, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, "S" Club 3, 4, Otfice
Practice 4, French Club 2, 3, Girls' Basketball Manager 2, 3, 4,
Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Queen's Court 3,
Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
JOSEPH ROBERT DEBRAGGA
"Live, love and learn."
Class President l, Brown 81 White Staff 4, Yearbook, UN
Trip 3, Washington Club 4, Honor Roll I, Chorus, Student
Council 2, Basketball l, Baseball I, Talent Show 3, 4.
"A modest and serious man is he."
Driver Training 3, UN Trip, Washington Club, Gymnastic Club
4, Basketball T, 2, 4, Track l.
JOAN ESTHER CRAY
"Her girlish laughter is si
Driver Training 4, UN Trip
Washington Club, Chorus T, I
3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Spir
of SHS 2, 3, 4, French Club S
3, Intramurals I, Talent Shox
3, Junior Prom, Senior Prorr
"Fond of fun,"
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Yea
book Staff, UN Trip, Washing
ton Club, Music Club I, I
Spirit of SHS 3, Football l, I
Baseball 3, School Play 4, Ta
ent Show T, 2, Co-Chairman I
4, Sophomore Hop, Junic
Prom, Senior Prom Committee
Camera Club l.
GUSTAV E. DESSAULES
Life is a funny proposition.
UN Trip, Washington Club, Gymnastics Club 4.
DORINE F. DONATH
JAMES E. DRURY JR.
1 gentleman, a leader, and a
zarbook Staff, UN Trip, Hon-
Roll l, Washington Club,
worus 4, Student Council 2,
4, Vice President 3, Presi-
znt 4, Football l, 2, Basketball
2, Baseball l, Chairman of
iphoinore Hop, Co-Chairman
' Junior Prom, Co-Chairman
i Senior Prom.
e silent and safe, silence
ver betrays you."
amatic Club, Washington
Jb, Music Club l, Chess Club
Spirit of SHS 3, 4, Student
iuncil l, 2, Intramurals l,
zeretta l, Talent Show l, 2,
4, Camera Club l, Freshman
ny, Sophomore Hop, Junior
am, Senior Prom, Office
"She seems quiet to those who don't know her."
Washington Club, Music Club l, 3, Office Practice 4.
EVERETT CARL FLAGG
"Everything about him is handsome."
Class Vice President 2, UN Trip, Washington Club, "S" Club
2, 3, 4, Spirit of SHS, Student Council 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3,
4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Track l, Baseball 2, 3, 4,
JANET HELEN FOLEY
"Whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well."
Driver Training 3, Honor Roll 2, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3, Ensemble
Chorus l, 4, Talent Show T, 2, Camera Club l, 2, Freshman
Party, Sophomore Hop, Office Practice 4.
ERNEST ROBERT EVANS
"A calm observer of wisdom."
Driver Training 4, Science Club
4, French Club 3.
"The accordion of happiness
ever plays on."
Debating Club 4, Driver
ing 3, Washington Club,
Club l, Chess Club 4,
2, Talent Show l, 2,
Camera Club l, 2, 3, 4,
"A good mind possesses a king-
Future Teachers of America 35
UN Trip 35 Honor Roll I, 2, 3,
45 Yearbook Art Editor 45 Driv-
er Training I, 35 Honor So-
ciety 3, 45 Washington Club 45
Latin Club 25 Talent Show I5
"Not a care in the world,"
Drarnatics Club 45 Debating
Club 45 UN Trip 35 Washington
Club 45 Glee Club5 Chess Club
3, 45 Spirit of SHS 35 French
Club 25 Sophomore Hop5 Office
GERSON HOWARD FRIEDMAN
"The audible voice of the Senior Class."
Debating Club I, 2, 45 UN Trip 35 Washington Club 45 Honor
Roll I, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 25 Latin Club I, 25 French Club
35 Talent Show I, 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom.
JUDITH ANN FUSARO
"Full of pleasure."
Dramatic Club 45 Debating Club 45 Driver Training 35 Wash-'
ington Club 45 Glee Club I5 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Chess Club
35 Spirit of SHS 3, 45 Talent Show 2, 45 Office Practice 4.
ORRIN WILLIAM HANDLEY
"His mischief he does quietly."
UN Trip 35 Washington Club 45 Camera Club I5 Chess Club I
PETER W. HARMON
Transfer from Arizona
"A stranger5 he came, he saw, he conquered."
Football 45 Gymnastics Club 4.
DANIEL P. GONSALVEf
"Always willing to help."
Driver Training 35 UN Trip E
Washington Club 4.
SAMUEL B. GREENE
"Hear much5 speak little."
Driver Training 45 UN Trip E
Washington Club 45 Latin Clul
I, 25 French Club 2, 35 Foo'
ball 45 Talent Show I, 2.
ANTHONY P. HENRY
le greets the world with a
inkle in his eye."
I Trip 3, Washington Club 4,
fice Practice 4, Activity Com-
2 seems quiet to those who
1'r know him."
ver Training 4, Honor So-
'y 3, 4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3,
Biology Club 2.
WILLIAM HENRY HAYS, JR.
"A happy man am I."
Driver Training 4, UN Trip 3, Honor Roll 2, Washington Club
4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Freshman
Party, Sophomore Hop, Senior Prom, Camera Club I, 2, 3, 4,
President 3, 4.
LEONARD C. HEDIN
"Always friendly, always willing,"
Cafeteria Staff 3, School Play 3, Talent Show 2, 3, Camera
"A gay heart is the source of laughter."
Driver Training 4, UN Trip 3, Washington Club 4, Office Prac-
JUDITH ANN HUGHES
"The blue ofthe skies is the blue of her eyes."
Home Room Treasurer 4, Brown 81 White Staff I, 2, 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff Typing Editor, UN Trip 3, Washington Club
4, Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Spirit of SHS 2,
3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Talent
Show I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior
Prom, Senior Prom, Office Practice 4.
"Shy but full of fun."
Yearbook Sports Editor 4,
Driver Training 3, UN Trip 3,
Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Washing-
ton Club 4, French Club 3,
Basketball I, Track T, Camera
"Of manners gentle, of affec-
Dramatic Club 4, Yearbook
Staff 4, Driver Training 3, UN
Trip 3, Cafeteria Staff 2,
Chorus 3, Keynotes 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, Spirit of SHS 2, 3,
4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Intramurals l, Talent Show I,
2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sopho-
more Hop, Junior Prom, Senior
Prom, Camera Club I, 4,
Queen's Court 3.
"A smile cannot help winning
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Glee Club, Biology Club 3, 4,
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club l, 2, Camera Club i,
Freshman Party, Junior Prom,
Office Practice 4.
"I agree with no man's opin-
ion, I have some of my own."
Dramatics Club l, Debating
Club l, Yearbook, Circulation
Eclitor, Driver Training 3, UN
Trip, Honor Roll 1, 2, Wash-
ington Club, Chorus I, 4, Bio-
logy Club 2, Spirit of SHS 2,
Latin Club l, 2, 3, French Club
2, 3, School Play 3, 4, Talent
Show l, 2, 3, 4.
JACQUELINE N. JEFFREY
"lt's nice to be natural when you are naturally nice."
Dram. Cl. 2, 3, 4, UN Trip, Cafeteria Staff 3, Washington Cl.,
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Bio. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Chess Cl. 3, Spirit of SHS 3,
4, French Cl. 2, 3, Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show
I, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Party, Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom, Camera
Cl. l, 2, Recep. Comm. 2, Operetta l, 2.
DAVID A. JOHNSON
"I'm not arguing with you, l'm telling you."
Dram. Cl. l, 2, 3, 4, Brown 81 White Staff 4, Yearbook Staff,
UN Trip, Honor Society 3, 4, Honor Roll i, 2, 3, 4, Washington
Cl., Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, "S" Cl. 3, 4, Chess Cl. I, 2, 3, 4,
Football 2, 3, 4, Manager, Basketball l, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4,
School Play T, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Party,
Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom.
ROBERT JOHN MACAIONI
"A good-natured person is never out of place."
UN Trip, Cafeteria Staff 3, Washington Club, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Basketball 1.
HARRIET M. MAIN
"Her face reflects her happiness."
UN Trip, Washington Club, Honor Roll 2, 3, Chess Club 4.
"A willing worker with
FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Brown 8. Wh
Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Sports Ed.
Yearbook Staff, UN Trip, Hor'
Roll 2, 3, 4, Bio. Cl. 2, 3, Spi
of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin Cl. 'l,
Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Tale
Shows l, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Par'
Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Pro
Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Keynotes
4, Conn. All-State 4, New Er
land Music Fest. 4, Poster C
Chairman 3, 4, Statisticiz
Graduation Chorus 1, Spelli
FRANK EDWARD JOHl
"Strong reasons more strong a
Dram. Cl. 4, UN Trip, 3, Was
ington Cl., Chorus I, 2, "5
Cl. 3, 4, Spirit of SHS 2, 3,
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 'l,
3, 4, Talent Show 2.
DORIS B. MASOFSKY
le has a warm and friendly
ne Room Treasurer 4, Dra-
Iic Club 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
lf, Washington Club, Chorus
2, 3, 4, Chess Club I,
rit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Girls' In-
nurals I, 2, 3, 4, Talent
iw I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman
ty, Sophomore Hop, Junior
m, Senior Prom, Camera
b I, Queen's Court 3, Class
retary 2, Honor Roll 1,
ses Club 3, Reception Com-
great imagination and many
matic Club I, 2, 3, Cafeteria
if 2, 3, School Play I, 2,
4, Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4,
1era Club I, 2, 3, Freshman
'y, Sophomore Hop, Junior
11, Senior Prom.
FREDERICK J MALONEY JR
If music be the food of love, sing on.
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, UN Trip, Washington
Club, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Boys Quartet 4, Conn. All-State
4, New England Music Festival 4, Chess Club I, 2, 3, 4, Spirit
of SHS 2, 3, 4, President 3, Student Council 4, Basketball I, 2,
Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club I, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
JOHN L. MARCOTTE
"Well timed silence hath more eloquence than speech."
UN Trip 3, Camera Club 2, 3.
ELIZABETH LILY MEBERT
"Live today, and don'1 worry about tomorrow."
Driver Training 4, Office Practice 4.
LUCIA M. MESERVE
"For mischief is the spice of life."
Dramatic Club 2, Debating Club I, FTA I, 2, 3, 4, Brown Bt
White Staff 2, 3, 4, Driver Training 4, UN Trip, Yearbook
Staff, Washington Club, Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2,
3, 4, Chess Club 2, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin Club I, French
Club 2, 3, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals I, 2, 3,
4, Talent Shows I, 2, 3, 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
"A hero in our eyes, he'll al-
Dramatics Club 3, Gymnastics
Club 4, Student Council 3,
Washington Club, "S" Club 2,
3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Captain,
Track 2, 3, 4, School Play 3, 4,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
"Persistence is its own re-
Driver Training 3, UN Trip, Bi-
ology Club 2, Chess Club 2,
Latin Club I, French Club 2,
Talent Show I, 2.
I' ' ' x
"As carefree as a summer's
Dramatics Club 4, Driver Train-
ing 3, UN Trip 3, Washington
Club 4, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3,
Music Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spirit
of SHS 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals
2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4,
Camera Club 2, 3, Activity
"He will never be condemned
for what he says."
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Football 2,
Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Quartet.
JOAN MARGARET MILLER
"A pinch of mischief, a dash of pep, and a cupful of merri-
Class Treas. 2, HR Treas. 1, 2, 3, Debating Cl. 3, 4, FTA I, 2,
3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Brown 81 White Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook
Staff 4, UN Trip 3, Washington Cl. 4, Chorus I, 3, 4, Operetta
I, Bio. Cl. 2, 3, 4, "S" Cl. 3, 4, Chess Cl. 2, Spirit of SHS 2,
3, 4, French Cl. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Cheer-
leading 3, 4, Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Party, Soph. Hop,
Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom.
ARLENE ESTELLE MITCHELL
"As pleasant as a compliment."
Home Room Treasurer 1, Dram. Cl. 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Driver
Training 4, UN Trip 3, Washington Cl. 4, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Bio.
Cl. 2, 3, Chess Cl. 3, Spirit of SHS 2,3, 4, Latin Cl. 'l, 2, 3,
4, Girls' Intramurals 'l, 2, Talent Show 'l, 2, 4, Fresh. Party,
Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom,
ANN MARY MU RPHY
"Her manners are gentle."
Dramatics Club 4, Yearbook Staff 4, UN Trip 3, Washington
Club 4, Honor Roll 2, Music Club 1, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4,
Chess Club 4, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 'l, 2, 3, 4,
Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club I.
DONALD P. NOEL
"What is there in life, but fun."
Yearbook Staff 4, UN Trip 3, Washington Club 4, Chess Club
1, Talent Show 4, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior
Prom, Senior Prom.
CLIFFORD C. MOREY
"Sports are half of my life
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Basketb
3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Track Ca
tain 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Gy
nastics Club, Spirit of SHS
3, 4, Camera Club 3, UN Ti
3, Washington Club 4, Choi
I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Quartet, T
ent Show 3, 4, Freshm
Party, Sophomore Hop, Juni
Prom, Senior Prom.
"A little nonsense now a
then is pleasant."
Dramatic Club 4, Debati
Club 4, UN Trip 3, Washingt
Club 4, Chess Club 4, Sp
of SHS 3.
J know her more is to like
'ls' Intramurals I, Camera
vb I, Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
rit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Biology
lb 2, 3, 4, UN Trip 3, Wash-
ton Club 4, Honor Society
4, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4,
irbook Staff 4.
EUGENE ROSE PINE
"Cars, his first love."
matic Club 2, 3, 4, Debat-
Club 2, 3, 4, Brown 8.
ite Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Spirit of
5 2, Basketball I, Track 2,
ool Play 2, Talent Show I,
3, Camera Club I, 2, Model
road Club I, 2, Freshman
ty, Sophomore Hop, Junior
m, Senior Prom.
LEONARD J. NOVAK
"lf fun were a subject he would get 'A'."
Driver Training, UN Trip 3, Washington Club 4, S Club,
Gymnastics Club, Chess Club I, 2, 3, Spirit of SHS 3, 4,
Football I, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Track 4, Freshman
Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Camera
"Speech is silver, but Silence is golden."
Latin Club 3, Dramatics Club 3.
CAROLYN JANE PONT
"Her eyes sparkle like the evening stars."
Driver Training 3, Cafeteria Staff 4, Biology Club 2, Spirit
of SHS, Camera Club I.
"An air of friendliness about her."
Dramatic Club 4: UN Trip 3, Washington Club 4, Biology
Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Activity
Committee 3, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Girls' Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Talent Show 4, Science Club I.
SANDRA C. PIGNATARO
"Of queenly loveliness, for this
FTA I, 2, 3, 4, Brown 8i White
Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Bio. Cl. 2, 3,
4, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin
Cl. 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Sec. 4,
French Cl. 2, 3, 4, Science Cl.
I, 4, Chorus I, 2, UN Trip 3,
Wash. Cl. 4, Cafeteria Staff 4,
Honor Roll I, 2, 3, 4, Honor
Society 3, 4, Girls' lntra. I, 2,
3, 4, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Cheerleading 3, 4, Capt., Fresh.
Basketball Coach 3, 4, "S" CI.
3, 4, Sec., Yearbook Staff,
Queen's Court 3, Talent Show
I, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Party, Soph.
Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom.
"Her eyesetheir sparkle reflects
the happiness in her heart."
HR Treas. I, Brown 8. White
Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Science Cl. I,
Latin Cl. I, Camera Cl. I, 2,
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Bio. Cl.
2, 3, 4, Dram. Cl. 2, 3, 4,
Chorus 2, 3, 4, "S" Cl. 3, 4,
Student Council 3, 4, Queen's
Court 3, Driver Training, UN
Trip 3, Wash. CI. 4, Honor
Roll 3, Office Girl 4, Girls'
intra. I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading
3, 4, Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4,
Activity Comm. 3, Yearbook
Staff 4, Fresh. Party, Soph.
Hop, Jr. Prom, Sr. Prom.
"Always willing and ready to
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Chorus
'I, 3, Biology Club 2, 4, French
Club 2, 3, 4, lntramurals T, 2,
3, 4, Talent Show l, 2, Fresh-
man Party, Sophomore Hop,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Of-
fice Practice 4.
"l'll be merry and free and sad
Driver Training 3, Washington
Club, Camera Club 2, Office
"Of all the girls that we have known, none so fine as Elly."
Dram. Cl. 3, 4, FTA l, 2, 3, Brown Bi White l, 2, 3, 4, As-
sistant Editor 4, UN Trip, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Assembly Com-
mittee 2, Wash. Cl., Bio. Cl. 2, 3, New York Trip 2, Spirit
of SHS 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Latin Cl. l, 2, Sec. l, French Cl.
2, Montreal Trip 2, Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Intra. 1, 2, 3, 4,
Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4, Fresh. Party, Soph. Hop, Jr. Prom,
Sr. Prom, Badminton Team 2, 3, 4, Referee's Exam 3, Assoc.
Rating 3, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Keynotes 2, 3, 4, All-State 4, New
England Mus. Fest. 4, Fresh. Basketball Coach 3, 4, Poster
Co-Chairman 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief of Yearbook 4.
PAUL EDWARD PREVITY
"From a llttle spark may burst a mighty flame."
Model Railroad Club l, Football T, Basketball I, 2, Baseball
l, 2, Gymnastics Club, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop,
Junior Prom, Senior Prom, Washington Club.
ROBERT EDWARD ROSE
"Laugh and the class laughs with you."
Glee Club l, French Club 2, 3, 4, UN Trip, Dramatic Club
4, Washington Club.
"Sometimes serious, sometimes gay, people like him either
Football 1, 3, Gymnastics Club 4, UN Trip, Washington Club,
Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
CUSTODlO J. REBELL4
"A merry man am I,"
UN Trip, Washington Cli
Freshman Party, Sophomz
Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Pro
"She is of a very cheerful i
Camera Club l, 2, Biology Cl
2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Staff 2, 3,
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Drix
Training, UN Trip, lntramur,
1, 2, Freshman Party, Sopl'
more Hop, Junior Prom, Seni
Prom, Office Practice 4.
"Busy, here and there."
imatic Club 2, 4, Debating
ib 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2,
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Talent
Jw 2, 4, Camera Club 4,
tivity Committee 3, 4, Cafe-
ia Stall 3, Girls' Ensemble
3, 4, UN Trip, Washington
ib, Honor Roll l, 3, Driver
ining 3, Yearbook Staff,
shman Party, Sophomore
p, Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
:ice Practice 4.
'Happy-goflucky and nice."
itball l, Basketball l, 4,
eball I, 2, 3, 4, Driver
ining 3, UN Trip, Gymnastics
b 4, Washington Club,
shman Party, Junior Prom,
BRENDA GALE SCUSSELL
"Nice things come in small packages."
Biology Club 2, 3, Spirit of SHS, FTA 4, Dramatic Club 4,
Chorus 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club T, Talent Show
l, 2, 3, 4, UN Trip, Washington Club, Yearbook Staff, Fresh-
man Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
MARJORIE RUTH SEARS
"My heart is warm with the friends I make."
FTA 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Brown Si White Staff l, 2,
3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4, Home
Room Treasurer, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Honor Roll 2, Co-
Editor of ,Yearbook Literary Staff, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Keynotes
4, UN Trip, Washington Club, Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
Magazine Drive, Washington Club Home Room Treasurer.
JACQUELINE FRANCES SOUSA
"She shall have music wherever she goes."
Latin Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 2, French Club 2, 3, President
3, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4, Talent Show
l, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Treasurer 2, 3, Driver Training 4, UN
Trip 3, Washington Club, Biology Club 2, 3, Girls' Ensemble,
Glee Club, Keynotes 2, 3, 4, All-State Festival 4, Freshman
Party, Junior Prom, Yearbook Staff Music Editor.
BERNARD WILLIAM STEADMAN
"Much could be said, but what's the use,"
Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, Chess Club l,
Spirit of SHS 2, UN Trip 3, Track 2, Manager, Washington
Club, School Play l, 2, 3, 4, Stagehancl, Talent Show l, 2, 3,
Stagehand, Freshman Party, Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom,
MARY SH EA
"With nonchalance she greets
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Debat-
ing Club 2, FTA i, Honor Roll
l, 2, Cafeteria Staff 1, Biology
Club 2, 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4,
Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice President
3, French Club 3, 4, Treasurer
4, Camera Club 2, Girls' Basket-
ball 2, 3, 4, Intramurals l, 2,
3, 4, School Play 3, Cheerlead-
er 3, 4, Talent Show l, 2, 3, 4,
Chorus l, 2, 4, Keynotes 4, UN
Trip, Washington Club, Year-
book Staff, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom,
"A quiet kind of gentleman."
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Gymnastics Club 4.
BARBARA A. STOWELL
"A small package of sparkling
Class Treasurer 1, Home Room
Treasurer l, Dramatic Club 2,
3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, President 4,
Brown 8i White Staff 1, 2, 3, 4,
Driver Training 4, Honor Roll 2,
Biology Club 2, 3, Science Club
l, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 1, French Club 2, 3, ln-
tramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Cheerlead-
er 3, 4, "S" Club 3, 4, Talent
Show l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club
1, 2, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Glee Club
I, UN Trip, Washington Club,
Yearbook Staff, Freshman Party,
Sophomore Hop, Junior Prom,
Office Girl 4.
"Her quietness is an asset."
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Cafeteria Staff 4, Spirit of SHS
2, 3, 4, Office Practice 4.
WALLACE HENDRlCK STEADMAN
"ln silence also there is worth."
Driver Training 3.
EDWARD ALAN STEELE
"Happy am I, from care l'm free, why aren't they all con-
tented like me."
Chess Club 1, 2, Spirit of SHS 4, Gymnastics Club 4, Driver
Training 3, UN Trip, Washington Club, Football 'l, 2, Basketball
1, Talent Show 2, 3, Camera Club l, Freshman Party, Sopho-
more Hop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom.
PATRICIA ANN THRALL
"The very pink of perfection."
Class Treasurer 3, Dramatics Club 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Ad-
vertising and Literary Staff, UN Trip, Honor Society 3, 4,
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee Co-Chairman 4,
Washington Club, Chorus 3, 4, Keynotes 4, Spirit of SHS 3,
4, French Club 3, 4, Vice President 3, Student Council 3, 4,
Intramurals 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee,
Senior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Queen, Class Play 4,
Traffic Squad 3, 4, Reception Committee 3, Assistant Secretary
Conn. Federation of Student Councils 4.
BRIGITTE G. TOCKER
"She is an excellent person in every way."
Driver Training 3, UN Trip, Washington Club, Latin Club 2, 3,4.
JON A. TATTERSALL
"He is of a calm nature."
Driver Training 3, UN Tr
Washington Club, Chess Club
2, Camera Club I, 2, Bask
ball l, 2, Freshman Party, Ji
"His presence is always hear:
UN Trip, Washington ClL
Model Airplane Club 3, Fo
ball 1, Talent Show 2, Freshm
Party, Junior Prom, Sen
f ' .
1 --i, . .1 Q
IDA MAY VARS
"A light heart lives long."
iramatics Club I, 2, 3, 4, De-
rating Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UN
rip, Washington Club, Chorus
, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Spirit
f SHS 3, 4, Talent Show 2, 3,
, Freshman Party, Sophomore
lop, Junior Prom, Senior Prom,
amera Club I, 2, Office Prac-
ANNE C. VIGUE
'She is of a very serious dis-
Jriver Training 3: UN Trip: Horr-
mr Society 3, 4, Honor Roll 2,
I, 4, Washington Club, French
Ilub 3, 4, Office Practice 4.
A hardy frame, a hardier spirit."
Driver Training 4, UN Trip, Basketball I, 2, Washington Club.
BENJAMIN TURRISI, JR.
"Little I ask, my wants are few."
Railroad Club I, Football 4, Baseball 2, Track 3, 4, UN Trip,
Driver Training 3.
"A friendly sort of chap."
UN Trip, Washington Club, Gymnastics Club 4.
ELIZABETH ANN WARD
"Intelligence and wit has this attractive miss."
Home Room Treasurer 4, Dramatics Club 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4,
Yearbook Staff--Co-Editor of Literary Staff 4, Driver Training
3, UN Trip, Honor Roll 3, Washington Club, Chorus I, 2, 3,
4, Girls' Ensemble 2, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, School Play Treas-
urer 3, Spirit of SHS 2, 3, 4, Talent Show I, 2, 3, 4, Junior
Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee.
"Music washes away from the
soul the dust of everyday life."
UN Trip, Washington Club,
Band Club 4, Chess Club I,
Track I, Talent Show 'I, 2, 3,
4, Freshman Party, Sophomore
Hop, Junior Prom, Activity
Committee 4, Office Practice 4.
"Modesty becomes a man."
Driver Training 3, UN Trip,
Washington Club, Band I, 3, 4,
Talent Show 2, 3, 4.
Dramatics Club 3, 45 Washing-
ton Club5 Band 3, 45 Chorus 1,
2, 3, 45 School Play 3, 45 Talent
Show'3, 45 Boys' Quartet.
"Behold how he smiles with
those impish eyes."
Driver Training 35 Washington
Club5 Band 3, 45 Chess Club
1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Talent
HARRY MARSHALL WAY
"He has his silent way."
Washington Club, Chess Club 1, Model Railroad Club 1,
AGNES MARILYN WHEELER
So calm, so peaceful.
Driver Training 35 UN Trip5 Chorus 25 Biology Club 2, 3, 45
Chess Club 2, 3, 45 Spirit of SHS 3, 45 Intramurals 15 Talent
Show 1, 2, 35 Freshman Party5 Sophomore Hop5 Junior Prom
Committe5 French Club 3, 45 Office Practice 4.
"I never worry about the little things."
Driver Training 15 Chess Club 25 Football 2.
"A never say die manner with a will to work."
Dramatics Club 3, 45 Debating Club 3, 45 Advertising Editor
45 Assembly Committee 1, 2, 35 Washington Club5 Chorus 1,
3, 45 Biology Club 25 Latin Club 1, 25 School Play 3, 45 Talent
Show 1, 2, 3, 4.
"The magic of her sweet a,
Dram. Cl. 1, 2, 3, 45 Debatiri
Cl. 1, 2, 3, 45 Brown 84 Whit
1, 2, 3, 45 Yearbook Staff5 U
Trip5 Girls' Ensemble 1, 1
Wash. Club.5 Chorus 1, 2, I
45 Bio. Cl. 2, 3, 4, Treas. I
"S" Cl. 3, 45 Spirit of SHS 3, A
Intra. 1, 2, 3, 45 Fresh. Parti
Soph. Hop5 Jr. Prom Comm
Co-Chairman5 Sr. Prom5 Camel
Cl. 1, 25 Queen's Court I
Cheerleader 3, 45 Office Prai
"Smile and you'll always win,
Driver Training 35 UN Trip5 Hoi
or Roll 2, 35 Washington Clul
Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Spirit c
SHS 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 lr
tramurals 15 Freshman Party
Sophomore Hop5 Junior Prorr
Office Practice 4.
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As we, the class of '58, think back over our high school days, many events remain
firm in our minds. Many of these have been forgotten, however, the most cherished
memories will be related in this, our class history. So now, let us highlight the events
which contributed to making our high school years ones to be remembered forever.
Our freshman year held for us many new experiences. After becoming adiusted to all
the different aspects which accompany a secondary school, we elected our class officers.
We chose Robert DeBragga, president, Thomas Schackner, vice president, Judith Main,
secretary, and Barbara Stowell, treasurer. The Student Council members representing us
were Peter Davis and Santina Faillace.
Our first social event, which occurred in October, was The Freshman Party. With Ronnie
Gardner providing the music, we had an enjoyable time as well as becoming acquainted
with our new classmates.
One of the "greats" of our freshman year was the performance of "Time Out For
Ginger" directed by Mrs. Cullinane. Judith Chick took the leading role and her splendid
performance will not be forgotten.
Our class really came into its own when we put on our first talent show. The theme
was "Welcome Home Alumni" and proved to be a big success.
We were now sophomores, and felt quite at home at S.H.S. Chosen as class officers
for the coming year were Peter Davis, president, Everett Flagg, vice president, Doris
Masofsky, secretary, and Joan Miller, treasurer. Representing our class in the student
Council were Robert DeBragga, James Drury, Linda Arnold, and Santina Faillace.
The big social event of the year was the Sophomore Hop with its theme "Heaven Was
Never Like This." lt was a most gala affair under the chairmanship of James Drury.
The Sophomore Talent Show "Fabricant's Fabulous Follies" served a dual purpose. ln
addition to providing entertainment for our audience, we uncovered much hidden talent.
ln April, seven cheerleaders were chosen from our class, Captain Sandra Pignataro with
her squad consisting of Jean Wilkinson, Helen Cowell, Joan Miller, Mary Shea, Patricia
Planchon, and Barbara Stowell. The spirit so typical of Stonington High, was heightened
even more under the leadership of these seven girls.
Our Junior Year, which we now entered, was to hold for us many happy memories.
The officers of our Junior Class were, Thomas Schackner, president, John Boucher, vice
president, Helen Cowell, secretary, and Patricia Thrall, treasurer. Student Council members
representatives were: James Drury, Everett Flagg, John Mathewson, Patricia Planchon,
Patricia Thrall, and Linda Arnold.
Our lettermen in football were: Fred Anderson, Clifford Morey, Everett Flagg, John
Boucher, John Mathewson, and Frank Luzzi. David Johnson also assisted the team as
manager. Other sports where boys received their letter, were track with John Boucher,
Frank Luzzi, and Clifford Morey and basketball with Everett Flagg.
April of this year brought our unforgettable New York trip, under the supervision of
Mr. Foley. It was a first trip to the big city for many students, a trip full of wonderful
experiences for all. We will never forget the United Nations buildings, all the shows,
the hilarious experiences in the hotel, along with all the events which accompany a
vacation in New York City.
ln March of this year the Junior members of the National Honor Society were chosen:
Alice Brown, Thomasine Panceria, Sandra Pignataro, Patricia Thrall, Antoinette Lidestri,
Elizabeth Godomsky, John Bennett, David Johnson and Robert Hildebrand.
"Almost Paradise" was the theme we chose for our beautiful and romantic Junior
Prom. In a gala display of white carnations our Queen, Patricia Thrall, was crowned by
our president, Thomas Schackner, Patricia ascended the throne attended by her court:
Sandra Pignataro, Janet Hobart, Patricia Planchon, Doris Masofsky, Helen Cowell,and Jean
Wilkinson. Tears of ioy were in each one's eyes as we looked upon this lovely scene.
Finally we began our Senior Year, and our long awaited dream for a new school was
fulfilled. lts future depended a great deal on our example.
To lead our class in this final endeavor we selected Thomas Schackner, president, John
Boucher, vice president, Antoinette Lidestri, secretary, and Patricia Schackner, treasurer.
Student Council members were: president, James Drury, Fred Maloney, Everett Flagg,
secretary-treasurer, Linda Arnold, Patricia Planchon, and Patricia Thrall,
The Senior Talent Show with its theme "Homecoming Weekend" was a complete
success and a triumph for co-chairmen Fred Maloney and Pat DeBernardo. Many thanks
for Mr. McKenna for his help in putting on this show.
The Brown and White officers of this year were: editor-in-chief, Pat Schackner, assistant
editor, Eleanor Powers, sports editor, Nancy Linderson, business manager, Helen Cowell,
and circulation manager, Antoinette Lidestri. Under the leadership of these seniors our
fine school newspaper continued.
Our last social event was the Senior Prom headed by James Drury and Linda Arnold,
an event which turned out to be a great success.
The biggest event of the year was our trip to Washington, D. C., which we as class-
mates will never forget.
Now we are preparing for graduation and realize our high school days are iust about
over. What will the future hold, we ask ourselves? With the help of God may we all
achieve our goal, no matter what it may be. We thank S. H. S. for giving us an excellent
foundation, preparing us for our life ahead. Ten years from now when we all think back
over these past four wonderful years, each and everyone of us will say "I am proud
l graduated from Stonington High School."
TIHIIE CLASS WILL
We, the class of I958, being of sound body, if not of mind,
do will our traits, talents, and interests to deserving under-
classmen, with the sincere hope that they will get as much fun
from their four years at Stonington High School as we have:
I, Louis Clark, do leave my love for guns to Pat McSparren.
I, Pat Planchon, do leave my stylish wardrobe to Linda Sorenson.
I, Frank Luzzi, do leave 80 of my 230 pounds to Joseph Evans,
as he needs it more than I do.
I, Janet Foley, do leave my ability of being heard before being
seen, to Claudia Maine.
I, Frederic Anderson, do leave my "build," which all the
girls admire, to Jimmy Pray.
I, Thomasine Panciera, do leave my excellence in math to Sarah
I, Paul Cravinho, do will my ability to make my good marks
known, to no one, because it is too characteristic of me.
I, Anne Vigue, do will my efficiency to Ann Wibberly.
I, George Tourville, do leave my noticeably good looks and
good build, to any underclassmen fortunate to have both, with
the reminder to eat "Wheaties."
I, Alice Brown, do leave my mature and reserved manner, to
I, Kenneth Yates, do leave my excellence in science to Richard
I, Eleanor Powers, do bequeath my leadership and dignity to
I, David Johnson, do leave my hearty laugh to Thomas Law.
I, Judith Hughes, do leave that "band-box" look to Frances
I, Edward DeFrias, do leave my likable ways to Michael O'Brien.
I, Antoinette Lidestri, do leave my pleasing personality and
merry ways to Barbara Gould.
I, Richard Schackner, do will my good-natured smile to William
I, Jean Wilkinson, do leave my "abundant" sweetness and
"shining" hair to Kathryn Naccarato.
I, James Behan, do leave my "cool" haircut to Brad Curtin.
I, Barbara Stowell, do leave my contagious giggle and pep to
I, Wayne Cale, do leave my daring actions to Michael Savin.
We, Ann Cattafe and Elisabeth Mebert, do leave our interest
in the Navy to anyone as patriotic as we.
I, Ben Turrisi, do will my wavy hair to all the girls who envy
I, Loretta Mitchell, do leave my ability to be everywhere at
once to Linda Sylvia.
I, John Williams, do leave my roving eyes to Thomas Luzzi.
I, Brigitte Tocker, do leave my interest in Nursing to any
underclassmen as interested as I.
I, Wendell Whipple, do leave my suave manner and "smooth"
talk to William Cullinane.
I, Elizabeth Ward, do leave my witticisms and humor to no
one, because they are so much a part of me.
I, Harry Way, do will my seemingly quiet ways to Bruce
I, Linda Arnold, do will my extreme pleasantness to Jane
I, Paul Songdahl, do leave my amiable personality to Leo Nolan.
We, Ann Murphy and Helen Brophy, do leave our gentle
manners to Denise Keller and Karen Maxwell.
I, Kenneth Calkins, do leave my enthusiasm to John Lathrop.
I, Herbert Arnold, do leave my "bomb" to Russell Kirby.
I, Arlene Mitchell, do leave my blondish looks to Pat Donahue.
I, Robert Rose, do leave my interest in girls to absolutely no
I, Joan Cray, do will my smiling ways to Darcey Applegate,
I, Joseph Cangelosi, do leave my witty remarks and happy-
-go-lucky ways to anyone who can gain as many friends as I have.
I, Harriet Main, do will my witty irnpersonations to Michael
I, Gerald Vernieri, do leave my title "Gerry Sincerely Vernieri"
to all those underclassmen who enioyed my famous rendition.
I, Dorine Donath, do leave a certain black Studebaker to any-
one who can handle it as well as I.
I, Harvey Thorp, do leave my many points in P. D. to any
Junior who can talk about nothing for any length of time.
I, Priscilla Holdridge, do will my loquacious ways to Sandra
I, Michael Sisk, do leave my "flippant" remarks to Robert
I, Joan Miller, do leave my daydreaming to Judy Taylor.
I, Roger Allen, do will my interest in a certain girl at W.H.S.
to absolutely no one because I intend to continue it myself.
I, Lucia Meserve, do leave my ceaseless chatter to Sandra Ashby.
I, Wallace Stedman, do not have a will, I merely leave!
I, Janet Hobart, do leave my carefree and mischievous attitude
to Pat Meringolo.
I, Peter Harmon, do will my exceptionally good looks to any-
one who can attract as many girls as I have.
I, Elaine Babonas, do bequeath my ability to do everything
well to Carlene Vacca.
I, Frederick Maloney, do leave my interest in all girls to anyone
who enjoys the hobby as much as I.
I, Doris Masofsky, do leave my happy-go-lucky disposition to
I, Leonard Heclin, do leave my vexing ways to Michael Stanley.
I, Brenda Scussell, do leave my cute features and interest in
the opposite sex to Barbara Brown.
I, Edward Steele, do will my congenial disposition to Buddy
I, Cynthia Roberts, do leave my towering height to Betty Jean
We, Gus Dessaules, and Donald Brayman, do bequeath our
"blondish look" to Billy Bliven and Ronald Ross.
I, Rose Serrano, do will my slimness to Mary Kiddy.
I, Pasquale DeBernardo, do leave my emphatic voice to George
I, Carolyn Pont, do leave my sparkling eyes to Susan Cassell.
I, Garth Meadar, do leave my ingratiating ways with the teachers
to no one because I will use it in college.
I, Lillian Bell, do will my interest in "P, D." to any under-
classman who has a ready supply of "good" literature.
I, Orin Handley, do will my crew cut to Robert DeFosses.
I, Eugene Pine, do leave my ability to give the teachers a hard
time to David Johns.
We, Carla Graves and Ida Vars, do leave our interest in the
Navy to all those girls who like the color blue.
I, Samuel Greene, do will my quiet humor to Paul Clarke.
I, Jacqueline Sousa, do leave my interest in "him," to not a
I, Paul Previty, do leave my interest in Stonington Fishing
Fleet to anyone who spends as much time there as I do,
I, Jacqueline Jeffrey, do bequeath my "sometimes serious-
sometlmes gay" disposition to Helen Stewart.
I, Lee Barber, do will my argumentative ways to Joe Morosinl.
I, Patricia Schackner, do leave my outstanding character and
Ideal friendship to Mary Beth Delaney.
I, Judith Chick, do leave my acting ability to the next Sarah
Bernhardt at S. H. S.
I, James Drury, do leave my capability in everything I do
to James Donahue.
We, Marcia Wolff and Agnes Wheeler, do leave our friend-
ship to Diane Christina and June Sutherland.
I, Ernest Evans, do will my ability to be seen and not often
heard to Matthew Grzyb.
I, Mariorie Sears, do leave my well-established taxi service
to anyone who can afford the gas and who has patience.
I, Robert DeBragga, do will my mature and understanding
nature to Richard Sorenson.
I, Jacqueline Laing, do leave my cuteness and pep to Jean
I, John Bennett, do leave my ambition and my excellent marks
to Gerry Drury.
I, Helen Cowell, do leave my ioviality to Lora Broxy.
I, Harry Higgins, do leave my interest in Maior League sports
to Billy Reid.
I, Nancy Linderson, do will my smooth sophistication and distin-
guished laugh to Anne Gallagher.
I, Everett Flagg, do leave my outstanding athletic ability and
good looks to Charlie Wood.
I, Sandra Pignataro, do bequeath not only my queenly poise to
Linda Foley, but also my position as Senior Captain of the Cheer-
leaders to Maureen Comolli.
I, Thomas Schackner, do leave the respect of my classmates
to Jack Lazarek.
I, Santina Faillace, do will my tap dancing ability to the next
Marge Champion of S. H. S.
We, Robert Burdick, Edward Wallington, and William Brown,
:lo leave our extreme height to Bob Thibdeau, Richard Williams,
snd Matthew Grzyb.
I, Corlnne Morrow, do leave my giggles in class to anyone
who can get away with it as long as I have.
I, Donald Noel, do will my teasing nature to David Sisk.
I, Patricia Thrall, do bequeath not only my position as Junior
Prom Queen to some lucky girl in the Junior class, but also my
ability to gain friends to Jeanne Schackner,
I, John Boucher, do leave my outstanding character and
extreme pleasantness to Mike Saddow.
I, Patricia Crowley, do leave my good disposition at all
times to Susan McGee.
I, William Fitzgerald, do will my much envied seat in P. D.
to anyone who can talk as much as I.
I, Juliette Pont, do leave my seemingly quiet manner to
I, William Hays, do leave my interest in photography to my
I, Geraldine Reardon, do leave my naturally curly hair to Lucy
I, Daniel Gonsalves, do leave my interest in "good" literature
to anyone who finds it interesting.
I, Anne Cole, do will my extremely friendly disposition to
I, Custodio Rebello, do will my way with the girls to Joe
We, Frances Brooks, Judy Fusaro, and Sandra Roderick do
bequeath our diamond rings to absolutely no one.
I, Armand Morrissette, do leave my classroom antics to Ernest
I, Joyce Colprit, do will my shyness to Ann Smith.
I, John Mathewson, do leave my position as captain of the
football team to some deserving underclassman.
We, Ann Collins and Judith Teixeira, do leave our lasting
friendship to Joyce Brown and Virginia Northup.
I, Leonard Novak, do will my bermuda shorts to any under-,
classman who can receive whistles from the girls.
I, Elizabeth Godomsky, do will my artistic ability and quiet ways
to Priscilla Rouse.
I, John Lopes, do leave my "Bop" routine to Allen Whewell.
I, Mary Shea, do will my flirtatious manner to Dana Fogg.
I, Steven Volinsky, do leave my saxophone to no one because
I intend to take it with me to future fame.
I, Anthony Henry, do will my willingness to help to anyone
who works as hard as I.
We, Jon Tattersall and Bernard Steadman, do leave our interest
in Sea Scouts to anyone as persevering as we. '
I, Robert Hildebrand, do leave my interest in studying to
I, Francis Woycik, do leave my interest in a Junior girl to
absolutely no one.
I, Gerson Friedman, do leave my "liberal" vocabulary and
one track mind to no one, much to the delight of my teachers.
I, Clifford Morey, do will my nickname "Butch" to John Gavitt.
I, Ann Palmer, do bequeath my extremely quiet ways to
Leanore Cini. '
I, Larry McGuinness, do will my diligence to Helmut Bucholtz.
We, John Connolly and John Marcotte, do leave our un-
necessary ways to Larry O'Keefe and Terrence Cini.
I, Robert Macioni, do bequeath my easy going ways to Paul
Signed, sealed, and published, and declared this as and for
the last Will and Testament by the Class of l95B, Stonington High
School, in the presence of us and each of us, who at their request
and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our
names as witnesses.
Somewhere in the stilled metropolis a
clock chimed twice. It was a dark and gloomy
morning, the air was frosty, and the slow
drizzle of the eve before had frozen on the
New York streets.
A trim little sportscar exceeding all speed
limits shot down the boulevard. Desperately
I tried to dodge, but-CRASH!!
My last recollection was that of a pretty
nurse, who was bathing my face with cool
water. Dimly I recognized my old class-
mate, Pat Thrall.
"What happened?" I questioned weakly.
"Never mind now," she answered. l fell
asleep, wonclering what had happened to
my little Corvet.
When I awoke the next day, badly bruised
and unhappy, I heard a decidedly firm voice
in the hall:
"Is this an efficient hospital? Why hasn't
my mail been delivered yet? I must have
Well, well, if it wasn't my old classmate,
Mary Shea. Pat later told me that Mary had
broken her arm the previous week in a car
accident. She had been on her way to
Florida with Judy Hughes, Doris Masofsky,
Janet Hobart, and Sandra Pignataro, all of
whom were on their way there to act as
That afternoon, Pat permitted Mary to
visit me. She was still fuming because her
mail had been delayed.
"Now, I can't keep up on the news," she
mourned. "l was determined to keep up
with all the girls and now all those letters
will be lost."
"TeIl me about the girls," I asked?
"Remember Santina Faillace? She is tap
dancing in New York and makes plenty of
money with huge classes, Elisabeth Mebert is
running a beauty shop with Anne Cole as
her partner in New York, Pat Schackner is in
charge of the gym classes at dear old S.H.S.,
Lucia Meserve is the "Big Boss" of the
Physical Education Department of the New
London Schools, Betty Godomsky is the Head
of the Art Department at Stonington, and
Antoinette Lidestri is the head of the Busi-
ness Department there, also.
Just then my doctor came in and said
that I could leave in two days.
The day I left I saw Arlene Mitchell, who
was the night supervisor at the hospital.
She said Jackie Sousa was the day supervisor
at the same hospital, and that James Drury
and Thomas Schackner were interning there.
To recuperate from my iniuries I went
back to my old home town of Stonington.
I was walking down Trumble Avenue when
by chance I met Sandra Roderick, who was
happily married and holding down a very
prosperous job as a secretary. She told me
the girls who were already married, Cynthia
Robert, Judy Fusaro, and Frances Brooks, were
among those she mentioned.
I was delighted to hear that there was a
musical in town. Sandra told me that some
of our former classmates were in it.
Feeling very bored, I decided to go to see
the musical. To my surprise I found that Pat
DeBernado was producing the show.
The curtain went up and standing on the
stage was Judy Chick, whom I hadn't seen
in years. Opposite her was David Johnson
portraying the role of an eccentric old man.
In the second scene I was pleased to find
Eugene Pine playing the role of the hero.
At intermission, as I walked into the lobby
of the theater, I saw Joe Cangelosi and
John Boucher in striking Air Force uniforms.
We conversed about old times and I found
out that many of our boys had entered
Lee Barber and George Tourville, who had
entered the Navy, were stationed at Quonset
Naval Base. Bernie Steadman and Len Novak,
also in the Navy, were stationed at the
Submarine Base in Groton. John told me that
Ben Turrisi, John Marcotte, and Gustav Des-
saules had also entered the Air Force and
were stationed at the Biloxi Air Base in
Mississippi. I left the lobby and returned to
my seat to see the rest of the play.
The third act curtain was slowly rising
and in the maze of colored lights I noticed
John Lopes, giving Wendell Whipple some
last minute instructions before his song. The
play went on and I thoroughly enioyed the
After I left the theater, and while I was
walking to my car, I bumped into Fred
Maloney, who was currently singing with the
"Fred Waring Glee Club." We talked for a
while, and I told him what had happenec
to me in New York.
"Say," he said, "Why don't we go out
tonight? I know where there is a very gooc
orchestra and excellent food."
I didn't want to refuse and after all
was out to recuperate, so I said, "Why
certainly, Fred, I'd love to go."
I went home, ate, and picked up the
evening paper. Glancing through the sport:
page I came upon an article written by
Harry Higgins. The article said that cliff
Morey and John Mathewson were now play
ing for the New York Giants. I remembe
admitting to myself that if anyone in ou
class could make the pro ranks it was thosi
I turned the television set on for a whili
and was looking at a quiz program wher
there was a bulletin that said, "Professor Joh:
Bennett and his colleague, Dr. Kenneth Yates
assisted by Dr. Robert Hildebrand and Di
Gerson Friedman, have iust discovered a nev
alloy that will revolutionize the rocket in
dustry." Well, everyone is holding true tl
form, I admitted.
An hour later the door bell rang and Frei
"All set?" he said.
I put on my coat and left.
We arrived at a quaint little night-clu
alled the "Crossroads," and went in. We sat
Iown, ordered, and leaned back for an inter-
vstlng evening. To my surprise The Hi-Fi-
lour was the orchestra playing. I recognized
Berry Vernierl at the drums, Steve Volinsky
t the sex, Nancy Linderson at the piano,
nd John Williams who I noticed was in Ken
'ates' place. After their song ended Fred and
wandered over to their table. lt had
ertalnly been a long time since I had seen
ny of them. Gerry told me that Garth
header and Wayne Cale had gone into the
irmy and Frank Luzzi and Everett Flagg
vera about to break into the Pro Football
anks. John told me that he was happily
married and had two children. Nancy asked
l I had heard about all the new teachers at
ur old alma mater. Sha said that Janet Foley
nd Paul Cravinho were teaching business
ndar Antoinette lidestrlg Thomesine Panciera
ras head of the math department, Juliette
ont was teaching Home Economics: Betty
Vard was head of the English Department,
nd Ann Murphy, Helen Brophy, and Anne
Iollins were helping the principal with some
f the secretarial work. It was getting rather
ite so Fred and I bade the orchestra farewell
The next day I awoke quite late and by the
me l'd finished attending to some business
was late in the afternoon. Feeling rather
ungry I decided to go to the See Village
ar a bite to eat. After ordering my dinner
sat looking about me. A young man started
omlng toward me and I recognized Mike
lsk. He sat down and we started talking.
le told me that Eddy DeFrias and he owned
te Sea Village now and that he had Daniel
ionsalves managing it. We talked for a
rhlle longer and I learned that William Hays
ad set up a photography studio and was
tklng the senior pictures at S. H. S. Speaking
f S. H. S., he happened to mention that
'onald Noel, Dick Schackner, and Custodio
abello were teaching there in the industrial
apartment, Fred Anderson was the gym
tstructor, and Paul Previty with William
ltzgerald were teaching Driver Training. Mike
Iso told me that Wallace Stedman had a
urge dairy farm, from which he got his dairy
After my interesting talk and delicious
Inner, I left to go spend a quiet evening at
ome. Optimistic soul that I am. My quiet
venlng turned into a "rip roaring" party.
Having heard I was In town a number of
ty classmates had decided to take this even-
ig to visit me. Well, at least I found out
rhat a few. more of my classmates were
Ann Cataffe told me that she was a labora-
ary technician at the Westerly Hospital and
rlgltte Tocker was the head supervisor of
ursas there. She also told me that Joan Cray
nd Jackie Jeffrey were nurses at the hospital.
From the round of general talk I learned
tat Lllllan Bell, Carla Graves, Dorine Donath,
larcia Wolff, Harriet Main, Gerry Reardon,
orrine Morrow, and Carolyn Pont were sec-
itaries. I found out that Harvey Thorp, Ed
lallington, Francis Woyclk, James Behan, and
obert Macalonl were ln the Coast Guard,
nd Jon Tattersall was teaching at the Coast
Pat Planchon told me that she was work-
ing as a secretary and that she had heard
that Eleanor Powers was Dean of Girls at
Pembroke, Mariorie Sears was a well known
woman lawyer, Alice Brown was teaching
Chemistry at New London High School, and
Elaine Babonas was a featured soloist at
As Ken Calkins was at the party, I went
over and talked with him. True to my expecta-
tions he said that he owned a prosperous
grocery store. I asked him if he knew what
Herbert Arnold and Peter Harmon were do-
ing. He said that both, being construction
engineers, were at work building a new high
school for the town of Stonington. Working
with them, heading the construction crews,
were Robert Rose, Armand Morrissette, Harry
Way, John Connolly, Louis Clark, Leonard
Hedin, and Anthony Henry.
Ken also added that Bob DeBragga was
still winning awards at his amateur radio set
and was now rated as the top "Ham" Radio
operator in the whole United States.
Barbara Stowell came in and I learned
from her that she was teaching in an elemen-
tary school in Providence, also that Ann
Palmer was teaching in the same school
system. Barbara said that she had heard that
Brenda Scussell owned a very large horse
ranch if I cared to go riding. She also added
that Paul Songdahl owned a Trailer Park
right near Brende's ranch.
She had kept track of Jeanie Wilkinson,
who was secretary to the Superintendent of
Schools in Westerly, Ernest Evans. She had
also kept in touch with Joanie Miller, who was
now teaching dancing lessons in New Lon-
While talking with Pat Crowley, who was
working as a receptionist, I found that Roger
Allen was managing the local A 8- P, Donald
Brayman was in the Navy, with Ed Steele
and Larry McGuinness, and that Anne Vigue,
lda Vars, and Agnes Wheeler were working
as secretaries for the same concern as Pat.
After I was comfortably settled in my seat
on the plane, the stewardess came down the
aisle toward me and who should it be but
Helen Cowell. Will wonders ever ceasel Helen
and I got to talking and trading news about
the other members of our class. I found that
Jackie Laing, Priscilla Holdridge, and Rose
Serrano were also flight stewardesses. Helen
told me that Bob Burdick and Bill Brown were
our pilot and co-pilot.
Sitting a few seats down from me on the
plane I noticed Linda Arnold. While talking
to her I found that she was a representative
of the Women Voters' League on her way
to a convention. Linda told me that Loretta
Mitchell was secretary to the president of
the General Electric Co., Samuel Green. She
also said that Judy Teixeira was a secretary
at the same firm. Traveling as her secretary
was Joyce Colprit, and as her advisor, Orrin
I experienced a great feeling of satisfac-
tion on the rest of the trip home. At last
I know iust what everyone in my class had
chosen for their Iife's work, and I wouldn't
have to wonder anymore.
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Most Srudious Quietesf Best Dancer
ALICE BROWN ANN PALMER TINA FAILLACE
JOHN BENNETT SAM GREENE WENDELL WHIPPLE
Most Talkafive First to Marry Class Comedian
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Although Mrs. Miller is no longer with us,
her memory will prevail at Stonington High in
the years to come.
PAWMYSTUN AN ASSHSTANTS
Helen Brophy, Ann Cattafe, Judith
Chick, Pasquale DeBernardo, Judith
Hughes, Frederick Maloney, Lucia
Meserve, Joan Miller, Arlene Mitch-
ell, Loretta Mitchell, Ann Murphy,
Donald Noel, Patricia Planchon,
Eleanor Powers, Brenda Scussell,
Mariorie Sears, Mary Shea, Barbara
Stowell, Patricia Thrall, Gerald
Venieri, Steven Volinsky, Elizabeth
Ward, Jean Wilkinson, and Kenneth
Alice Brown, Judith Chick, Robert DeBragga, Antoinette Lidestri, Nancy Linderson,
Doris Masofsky, Thomasine Panciera, Sandra Pignataro, Marjorie Sears, Patricia
Schackner, Patricia Thrall and Elizabeth Ward.
Herbert Arnold, Linda Arnold, Joseph Cangelosi, Ann Cattafe, Helen Cowell, Pasquale DeBernardo,
James Drury, Janet Hobart, David Johnson, Frederick Maloney, Joan Miller, Arlene Mitchell, Lucia
Meserve, Thomasine Panciera, Thomas Schackner, Rose Serrano and Mary Shea.
Leonard Harrington, Peggy Hewitt, David
Johns, Michael Johnson, Edward Kearney,
David Kellems, Denise Kelliher, Mary
Kiddy, Woodrow Klewin, Joan Larkin,
John Larkin, John Lathrop, Thomas Law,
Joanne Lawrence, Paul Leone, James
Levanti, Gerald Long, Joseph Lorellc, Peter
LoPriore, Peter Lowell, Louis Luzzi.
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Michelle Daignault, Peter Danesi, Jean
Danforth, Donald DeFosses, Margaret De-
vine, Frances Dolce, Patricia Donahue,
Gerald Drury, Robert Duerr, Lester Dunckt
lee, Judith Enos, William Fallon, Janet Fer
guson, Joyce Ferguson, Linda Foberg, Linde
Foley, Anne Gallagher, Catherine Gley
Elizabeth Gilmore, David Girven, Barbara
Gould, Mary Grillo.
Gilbert Main, Louis Marseilles, Josep'
Martin, Susan McGee, Celena McMahor
Patrick McSparren, Ann Medeiros, Nanc
Meldrum, Diane Meuse, Sandra Monty
Joseph Morosini, Kathryn Naccaratc
Stephen Nichols, Leo Nolan, Kennet
Northup, Joan Novello, Michael O'Brier
Lawrence O'Keefe, Jean O'Neil, Elizabet
Osborne, Victor Panciera, Margarc
Pelters, Philip Rathbun, Rollin Rathbun.
Linda Reynolds, Jane Richard, Patricia
Rider, Beverly Robinson, George Robin-
son, Elizabeth Robishaw, Eleanor Rose,
Priscilla Rouse, Vincent Russo, George
Qyan, Michael Saddow, Phyllis Saffomilla,
Cenneth Santos, Michael Savin, Jeanne
Schaclrner, James Schiller, Julia Serrano,
.ana Siller, Sandra Simon, David Sisk.
Iharles Wheeler, Norma Will, Raymond
Nilliams, Charles Wood, Dorothy Zembru-
ki, Dominic Yeppieri.
Heidi Siostrorn, Celeste Smith, Linda Soren'
son, Richard Sorenson, Sally Stedman,
Helen Stevvart, Lynne Stewart, June Suther-
land, Jeannette Sylvestre, Helene Sylvia,
John Sylvia, Judith Taylor, Judith Tetlow,
Kathryn Umphlett, William Walsh, Virginia
Waterman, Katherine Wesolovvski, Everett
Westcott, Norman Munday, Russell Kirby.
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Joyce Moosey, Virginia Northup, Sandra
Nunes, Valerie Nye, Carol Ann Orlando,
Linda Page, Linda Pallazola, Dawn Patter-
son, Gloria Paulson, Irene Pia, Judith
Previty, Charliene Ramsdell, Mary Rezene
des, Catherine Sanquedolce, Kathaleen
Saporita, Patricia Shannon, Linda Siller,
Wanda Sills, Susan Sisk, Anne Smith, Mary
Bernadette Smith, Margaret Souza, Jean
Stebbings, Linda Sylvia, Carolyn Tattersall,
Carlene Vacca, Joyce Vars, Caroline
Wagner, Diane Wheeler, Jane Whipple,
Ann Wibberly, Barbara Wilcox, Joanna
Woycik, Judith l.aGrua, Jean Montgomery,
Lawrence Moosey, Edward Mueller,
Douglas Murray, Roger Noel, Ronald Noel,
Bruce Panciera, Robert Patterson, John
Pescatello, Thomas Pont, Kenneth Reid,
Laurice Richards, Wilfred Robert, Donald
Ross, Thomas Santos, Reid Scussell, Robert
Senior, Thomas Serio, Carl Sommar, Michael
Stanley, Joseph Sylvia, Robert Thibdeau,
Leonard Thurston, Frederick Toldo, Peter
Tourville, John Watts, Charles Way, Allen
Whewell, Peter Wilcox, Richard Williams,
Howard Dibble, Raymond Jacobs.
Norma Aguiar, Bertha Allen, Gloria Ander-
son, Sandra Ashbey, Nancy Barber, David
Barker, William Beal, Daniel Birbeck, Wil-
liam Bliven, Suzanne Brooks, Maurice
Brown, Robert Brown, Georgianna Bryer,
Gertrude Buchanan, Helmut Buchholz,
Donna Buck, Charles Burgess, Gladys
Burnham, Sarah Carnaghan, Edwin Cartier,
George Cassell, Ann Marie Castagna,
Dianna Christina, Joan Clemens, Terence
Cini, Maureen Comolli, Denis Cronin,
Gerald Cross, William Cullinane.
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Jtricia Abate, Jean Albro, Joseph Anda-
ra, Albert Antoch, Lucy Antoch, Darcy
pplegate, John Arrurla, Jeffrey Balest-
icci, Daniel Banks, Irene Batty, Diane
zauchainp, Sandra Behan, Robert Belisle,
arol Bessette, James Blake, Sandra Blan-
in, Virtor Boueher, Jrfrilyn Boyd, Joseph
rodasky, Elizabeth Brooks, Barbara
'own, lora Broxy, Margaret Brustolon,
xyce Burk, Carole Burdick, George Burn-
trn, and Barbara Carlin,
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'in Gavitl, Judith Gley, Barbara
idornsky, Ruth Godornsky, Elizabeth
rod, Eugene Good, Leslie Graichen,
test Greenwood, Anthony Grillo, Mat-
rw Grryb, Linda Hamm, Anne Marie
rrington, James Hays, Everett Hazard,
:hcl Heeney, John Heipt, Joseph Henry,
wdra Henry, Frances Hill, Harold Hobart,
ol Holland, Jean Elizabeth Jeffrey,
andi Ann Johnson, Allen Joseph, Daniel
seph, Denise Keller, David Kenyon, Peter
fond, Joan Larke, Jane LaPierre.
Susan Cassell, Patricia Cavanaugh, Frances
Cawley, James Chapman, Earle Christian-
son, Eleanor Cini, Lecncra Cini, Paul
Clarke. George Crouse, Linda Cruickshank,
Gene Culver, Thomas Curtin, Edward
Cushman, Helen Dahlgren, Margaret Dart,
Frank DeCiantis, Robert DeFosse, Mary
Elizabeth Delaney, Bernard Delicato, Lydia
DiCesare, Georgia Dimock, James Dona-
hue, Edward Donath, John Evans, Marilyn
Fannon, Paul Fecteau, Dana Fogg, and
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John Lazarek, John Leone, Bernice Le-
vanti, Patricia Lis, Donna Livingston,
Joseph Longolucco, Thomas Luzzi,
Sharon MacKnight, Constance Maderia,
Claudia Maine, Sandra Manfredi, Shir-
ley Marcey, Barbara Marston, William
Martell, Harry Mathewson, Karen
Maxwell, Bernard Mayhew, Linda Mc-
Elroy, Joyce McGugan, and James Mc-
Guinness, Brian McKenna, Mary Mc-
Kenzie, Alice Mecleiros, Robert Me-
laragno, Sarah Mercier, Patricia Mer-
ingolo, Ann Milne, Brenda Mitchell,
Joyce Mitchell, William Mitchell, and
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
The Student Council is an organization of eighteen members
whose chief purpose is to promote the welfare of the school and
to promote better understanding between teacher and student.
There are six members, three boys and three girls, from the Sopho-
rnore, Junior, and Senior classes. Under the leadership of such
persons as James Dury, President, George Robinson, Vice Presi-
dent, and Linda Arnold, Secretary-Treasurer, and the Faculty
Advisor, Mr. Coogan, the Student Council has become one of the
most important groups in school life at Stonington.
THE TRAFFIC SQUAD MR COOGAN
The Traffic Squad is a proiect of the Student Council. The
Council members and four volunteers have worked together
everyday to keep traffic under control and to enable students to
move more quickly and safely while in the halls.
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THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE
The Assembly Committee is an organization consisting of seven
volunteer members and two co-chairmen from the Student Coun-
cil. These co-chairmen are Patricia Thrall and Gerald Drury. The
faculty advisor is Mr. Clarence Coogan. The purpose of the com-
mittee is to help plan the assemblies held every other week at
school. Because the committee is working to present the type
of assembly the students enioy, it is always open for suggestions.
THE HONOR SOCIETY
The Honor Society is composed of those Juniors and Seniors
in the top fifteen percent of their class. They may be chosen in
either their Junior or Senior year. They are chosen on the basis
of scholarship, and service. Initiation exercises are held each
President JOHN BENNETT
Vice President . PATRICIA THRALL
Secretary ANTOINETTE LIDESTRI
Treasurer ANN VIGUE
The purpose ot the Camera Club is to provide instruction to
any student who is interested in gaining knowledge of the art
of photography. The members of the club are given many
chances tor experience by taking pictures for the Brown and
White, and by covering the various sports contests. The president
ot the club for T957-1958 is William Hayes who also held this
position during the previous year. The faculty advisor is Miss
The Senior Science Group is a newly established organization
in the school. The main purpose ot this group is to promote a
greater interest in Science among high school students. With
the help ot their advisor, Miss Evelyn Murdock, they aspire to
attain their goal.
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Vice President . . . ,. JOHN LARKIN
Secretary , . GERALD DRURY
Treasurer . MARY SHEA
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The French Club is a familiar organization at Stonington High
School. Its purpose is to supplement the French classes through
movies, guest speakers and the annual trip to Canada. This year
it is under the able leadership of Michelle Daigneault, President.
Other officers are John Larkin, Vice President, Mary Shea, Treas- MR PETTY
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rf' 'LPM ,' are now taking Latin. The Latin Club holds an annual initiation
- , in the fall, a Roman Banquet in the spring, and other programs
to help the students understand and appreciate Roman culture.
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President. , , MARY BETH DELANEY
Treasurer , . ELEANOR ClNl
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The purpose of the Biology Club is to promote a more pro-
nounced interest in Biology and other sciences. The group helps
in the preparation of proiects for the science fair and tries to
have at least one field trip a year. The faculty advisor is Mr.
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The Science Fair Group has for its members those students who
are interested in furthering their scientific knowledge. During the
year they work on proiects which are displayed at the Connecti-
cut Science Fair. Many Stonington students have won prizes at
this fair for outstanding exhibits in the field of Science.
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The Brown and White Staff is made up of about fifty members
evenly distributed among the sophomore, iunior, and senior
classes. The paper, which is published six times a year, contains
news items, social events, sports, and feature articles. Its main
purposes are to offer an opportunity to interested students to
participate in the many phases of newspaper work and to pro-
mote the general welfare of the school by recording activities of
The Camera Club furnishes pictures and Mrs. Cullinane's Typing
2 class types the copy. The Editor-in-Chief is Patricia Schackner.
Mrs. Eleanor Cronin is the Faculty Advisor.
A The Future Teachers of America is open to any student inter-
' p ested in becoming a teacher. The group enjoys guest speakers
' Q and travels on field trips to teachers' colleges within the state.
A The Faculty Advisor is Mr. William Griffin.
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Vice President , JOAN MlLLER
MR' GR'FF'N Secretary-Treasurer -ff", MARY GRIU-O
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The Homemaking Club is composed primarily ot Sophomore
girls, who are not participating in many activities. This year a
number of boys have shown an interest and have been admitted.
The primary aims of this group are to serve the community, the
school, and all of its members. Assuming school decorating
projects, doing volunteer work at the hospital, and teaching new
homemaking skills are some ways in which the club aspires to
achieve its goal.
The Activities Group is composed of two students from each
class. The aim of this group is twofold, namely, to administer
and to plan the activities which will be going on throughout the
school every other week. These students, under the leadership
of their advisor, Mrs. William Cullinane, are working diligently
to prepare a varied and interesting selection of activities in which
all can participate.
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Vice President ELEANOR POWERS
Secretary LINDA ARNOLD
Treasurer MAUREEN COMOLLI
THE SPIRIT OF S.H.S.
The "Spirit of S.H.S." is the focal point of school spirit at
Stonington. Posters for all the games are made by members and
placed in every classroom. "Spirit of S.H.S." beanies are helping
to promote the abundant spirit found at the school. Under the
leadership of its faculty advisor, Mr, Woodrow Douville, the club
is accomplishing its goal!
I The Gymnastics Club is a recently organized group of boys,
under the leadership of Mr. Morris Fabricant. The members,
which have for their obiective, being physically fit, go through
strenuous exercises and routines in order to achieve their goal.
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The Chess Club, which is open To sTudenTs of all classes, pro-
vides insTrucTion Tor new members who want To learn how To play
chess and valuable experience for Those who already know The
game. Under The leadership of Mr. Morris FabricanT, The group
has many enjoyable and exciTing games wiTh guesT opponents or
oTher club members.
We, The class of l958, wish To express our sincere
Thanks To Miss Vargas, Miss Dennehey, and Miss Silver-
sTein for The unselfish devoTion, paTience, and inspiraTion
They have shown us in our endeavors.
MISS DENNEHEY MISS SILVERSTEIN
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With the greatest of ease. Quite the talent show!
"Is that a good excuse?"
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A FACULTY TEA
A good time was had by all.
Mrs Petfngill proudly shows-off
the new tea service.
"Who can resist homemade cookies?
"A Basketball coach should stay tr m'
The proud hostesses and their satisfied
MR. HARRY LAWTON
Supervisor of Music
The activities and achievements of the Music Department at Stonington High
School the past year have surpassed those of other years because of the better
working conditions in the new music room, in the auditorium and on stage. Under
the new schedule we have had four separate choral groups which have been
combined for the presentation of large concerts at Christmas and in May.
ln addition to the mixed choral groups, our special girls' ensemble, The Key-
notes, has had an especially busy year as has the boys' Senior Quartet. Prob-
ably the Keynotes greatest success was in the concert with the Westerly Singers
after which they received enthusiastic notices in the press.
S.H.S. was represented at the Connecticut All-State Concert in Hartford by a
group made up of Jacqueline Sousa, Eleanor Powers, Nancy Linderson, Elaine
Babonas, Frederick Maloney and Wendell Whipple. We also had a representative
delegation at the New England Music Festival in New Hampshire.
With an outstanding Spring Concert and special music at graduation, the year
was a busy and inspiring one under the dynamic leadership of Mr. Lawton.
During the past year our school band became a successful and important part
of the program at Stonington High School under the able direction of Mr. Grzyb.
Making its first public appearances in the latter part of the football season, the
band went on to offer achievements in the all-school Christmas Concert and in
its own Spring Concert.
With a concentrated drive for uniforms under way and requests for appearances
at civic functions coming in, the band has become another link in forging the
vital spirit of S.H.S. ,
MR MATTHEW GRZYB
Director of Band
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Future "Private Secretaries"
"Stone Walls Do Not a Prison Make"
"Less toil wiih Lesfoil."
"Most Happy FeIla"
"OnIy ONE Cup"
"Don'f be cruel fo a molecule"
"Waiting in School"
"The Intellectual Type"
"This is how it's done."
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MOST UW' BUSH ESS
Those crazy seniors!
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Backstage with the Juniors.
The Seniors fool their audience.
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ROBERT SHEA GEORGE MCKENNA DONALD OSTIGNY GEORGE FOLEY
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Coach Douville, Coach McKenna. Second row: Ben Turrisi, Michael O'Brien, Gerald Drury, William Walsh, Edward Kearney, Charles Wood
Michael Saddow, Michael Johnson, Samuel Greene. Third row: John Heipt, Thomas Pont, Thomas Luzzi, Joseph Andaloro, John Lazarek, Allar
Whewell, Roger Noel, Kenneth Reid, Edward Mueller, John Gavitt. Fourth row: Anthony Grillo, Victor Boucher, Daniel Joseph, Ernest Green
wood, Daniel Banks, William Mitchell, Thomas Curtin, James Chapman, John Leone. Fifth row: Paul Leone, Charles McNeil, Michael Bruno
Richard Sylvestre, Robert Sciro, Frederick lngellsby, George Rathbun, Dennis Dwyer, Kenneth Banks, Frank Prakniac. Sixth row: Paul Rogers
John Maloney, Nat Ballato, Ronald Greene, Joseph Zeppieri, Robert Martin, David Pacheco, Edward McHorney. Seventh row: Robert Panciera
Joseph Morosini, Louis Luzzi, James DeFosse, Hugh McGee, Robert Whitehead, Peter West, Richard Steele, Edward Cushman, David Johnson.
FOOTBALL 4 11957
The performance of an athletic squad cannot always be iudged by a quick glance at the won-lost record
The 1957 Stonington football squad, in the face of a stiff schedule and rebuilding program, bowed in seven o
Although hampered the first half of the season by a series of iniuries, flu virus, and inexperience, the spiritec
Bear eleven showed steady improvement after overcoming these handicaps and in the latter part of the campaigt
were playing a much better brand of ball than the record would indicate. At one time during October, twenty
seven varsity performers were hit with the flu, which also forced Head Coach Woodrow Douville to miss practice
sessions and postpone the Killingly game.
The season's opening action took place at the Athletic Field September 14, when the first Eastern Connecticu
Conference Round Robin was held. ln abbreviated clashes, the Bears broke even, blanking Killingly 6-O, anc
dropping a 13-O verdict to Fitch. Succeeding' Saturdays saw losses to Woodrow Wilson, Mt. Pleasant, Plainville
Fitch, Putnam, and on Armistice Day a hard fought 21-12 loss to Westerly. On November 16, the hungry Bear:
clawed Killingly to the tune of 31-7, thus improving on last year's cellar finish in the E.C.C. ln a festive Thanks
giving Day setting, including a live Bear mascot, Stonington dropped a heartbreaking 14-8 game, featuring the
explosive power running of iunior halfback, Mike Saddow.
The Bear defensive unit, displaying a hard-hitting forward wall, had the earmarks of Line Coach Art Carlin's
hard training. Stonington, led by aggressive all-state first team tackle, Captain John Mathewson, held five ot
its opponents to two or less touchdowns. Teaming up with Mathewson were versatile "Butch" Morey, Frank
Luzzi, Len Novak, Captain-elect Bill Walsh, Allan Whewell,Joe Morosini, and Mike Johnson.
After being blanked in the first three games, Coach Douville was able to perk up the offensive game of his
charges, and he kept team spirit high throughout the season. An outstanding iob was done all season in the back-
field by scrapping halfback John Boucher, plus a four-year varsity veteran and ace punter Ev Flagg and Ec
Kearney, Joe Andaloro, Saddow, also quarterback Charlie Wood and Gerry Drury.
Both the J.V. team, under Coach George McKenna, and the Bear Cubs, guided by Coach Donald Ostigny,
showed well in their games, pointing to a bright football future for Stonington High School.
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First row, left to right: Michael Sisk, David Sisk, Edward Kearney, Everett Flagg, Charles Wood, Michael Saddow, Gerald Drury. Second row:
Otto Senior, Bernard Delicato, Richard Williams, Michael Stanley, Eugene Good.
BASKETBALL - 1957-58
Encountering some of the top school-boy quintets in Connecticut and Rhode lsland, the Stonington High School
basketball team has found the 1957-58 schedule to be a difficult one.
An enormous rebuilding task was in store for Coach Morris Fabricant and Assistant Coach Robert Shea, since
after the 1957 graduation, a ten member squad was reduced to iust one player with any appreciable varsity ex-
perience. Thus considering the amount of front line experience each squad member has had prior to this sea-
son, the spirited Bears have played surprisingly good basketball and have progressed noticeably in the seconc
half of the season.
The Bears began the season in the spanking new gym with a convincing win over North Kingston, and aftel
eight or nine tough games, have begun to look impressive as inexperience wears off. In winning three straight
Stonington has walloped E.C.C. member, Norwich Tech, lO5-39 and 90-38 and has edged Putnam 47-43.
Although contending with such skilled teams as the Rhode Island class-A champs LaSalle, runner-up Westerly
Pawtucket West, Wilcox Tech, and the U.R.l. frosh, the smaller, hustling Bear five have shown their mettle anc
have never stopped battling.
Leading the Brown and White forces this year is Captain Everett Flagg, a solid rebounder, who missed the
entire previous season due to a leg iniury. Also included on the squad are steady backcourt performer Charlie
Wood-the only man who has played a season of varsity ball, Mike Saddow, who saw very limited action las'
year, aggressive Ed Kearney, scrapping senior Mike Sisk, and Otto Senior. Others seeing considerable actior
are a pair of promising sophomore sharp shooters, Gene Good and Mike Stanley, as well as Gerry Drury, Bernie
Delicato, and Ollie Sisk.
The Bears have had their share of bad breaks. Bill Beal was forced to sit out the first half of the schedule witl
a foot iniury, and towering soph Dick Williams had iust begun to give the team a lift when he sustained an arn
Although experiencing some rough going, improving Stonington still has a chance, with a few more win:
over Connecticut teams, for post season play in the C.l.A.C. tourney. And by winning, or tying for, the E.C.C
title, the Bears would gain the needed third leg on the trophy to retain it permanently. This would be the seconc
E.C.C. trophy in the permanent possession of Stonington.
The next two or three basketball campaigns appear promising. Only Flagg and Mike Sisk will graduate ir
June and this iunior and sophomore studded team is gaining valuable experience which can only be obtainec
from actual game competition. Another favorable prospect is the iunior varsity team which has dropped only
two games to date.
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Ben Turrisi. Second row: Victor Boucher, Daniel Banks, John Lazarek, Gilbert Main, Coach Carlin, Edward Fallon, Paul Holland, David Barker
TRACK - 1958
The i958 track season for Stonington High School will see a small but proficient number of returning letter
men from last year's successful squad to brighten the T958 track and field picture for Coach Arthur Carlin.
The Bear strength will be greatly increased by a solid group of field performers. Captain "Butch" Morey
should prove to be a consistent scorer in his specialty, the iavelin. ln the shot, Stonington has a twosome whicl
should be unequaled in this area. Frank Luzzi and John Mathewson made a steady habit of finishing l-2 in thi:
event last year and will most likely continue this practice in l958. Mathewson will head the list of discus throw
ers. Also helping out with the weights will be Dave Johnson, a veteran of three season's competition. Mike
Saddow will perform in the high iump and pole vault.
Headlining the middle distance and distance running will be iunior Ed Kearney, who gained all-state honors las
season by copping the grueling half-mile. Although the Bears are not especially potent in the dash department
Coach Carlin will be working hard to develop some of the promising underclass talent. Also, indications shov
the versatile Saddow might be of help in the dashes.
The Stonington squad will be looking to better last season's second place finish in the C.l.A.C. state meet, an:
for the fourth consecutive year bring home the class "B" winners trophy from the stiff competition at the Easter:
Seaboard Meet in Schenectady.
Of course the team will also work hard in defense of the Eastern Connecticut Conference title. This wa:
formerly fought out in a triangular meet. However, a maior development on the Stonington sport scene during
the past year has been the expansion of the E.C.C. to include Norwich Tech and Waterford, as well as Fitch
Killingly, and Stonington. Putnam is also a potential member. Thus the new, larger conference means adder
competition and therefore greater prestige to the champion in track and all other sports.
This added incentive should also help the Bears well on the way toward another E.C.C. championship.
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lichael Sisk, Michael Savin, Gerald Drury, Robert Thibdeau, James Levanti, Eugene Good.
Since graduation cost Stonington seven of the T957 starting nine, a challenging rebuilding iob faces Bear
nach, Morris Fabricant. However, the picture is not bleak for i958 since several boys with at least one season of
arsity competition under their belts return to form the nucleus of a spirited squad which should quickly de-
elop into a winning combine.
Leading the list of returnees will be Captain Everett Flagg, who has earned a place on the all-conference roster,
nd who has been starting third baseman and part-time pitcher for the past three years. Joining Flagg will be
econd baseman Gerry Drury, Mike Sisk, Charlie Wood, and Bob Duerr.
The pitching staff may prove to be the key to the Bears' success, since all but one from last season's mound
'aff return, including Wood, Flagg, and Duerr. Receiving their pitches, in all probability, will be Joe Morosini
'ho should fill the gap left behind the bat.
Several of last year's freshmen showed much promise on the diamond, and with a year of seasoning behind
tem, should crack the starting line-up this year.
Thus, the 1958 Stonington High School baseball team is looking forward to another successful campaign by
ualifying again for a berth in the post season C.l.A.C. tournament, and by the retention of the Eastern Con-
ecticut Conference championship. By copping the title, for the third consecutive year, in a playoff game with
itch last season, the Bears gained the third leg on the E.C.C. trophy, thereby gaining permanent possession
f it. This was the first time this had been accomplished, and Stonington will be out to gain the first leg on
'ie new trophy this year in an attempt to gain permanent control of this one as well.
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nurven Coniolli, Kathryn Naccarato, Rhandi Johnson, Eleanor Powers, Sandra Monti, Dana Fogg, Joan Clemens, Eleanor Rose, Patricia
erinqolo, Nancy Barber, Patricia Schackner, Sandra Pignataro, Susan Brooks. Back row: Helen Cowell, Coach Thavenet, Sandra Nunes, Linda
Composed of approximately twenty capable senior, iunior, and sophomore girls, the girls' basketball team,
'ider the direction of Miss Thavenet, represents Stonington High School in games with neighboring teams from
onnecticut and Rhode Island. On the schedule of about fourteen games are teams from East Greenwich
riswold, Academy of the Holy Family, Old Lyme, Westerly, and Norwich.
The team was chosen after several practice try-out sessions. With many experienced players, including Cap-
in Judy Hughes, and with many promising new sophomore and iunior performers, the 1958 squad is prov-
g to be a successful one, having won its first two games.
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For the second consecutive year, the four girls' badminton team traveled to Norwich Free Academy, on No-
ember 27, and quickly proceeded to trourtce all opposition, not losing a single match. In winning the C.l.A.C.
iurnament, Stonington completely outclassed such schools as N.F.A., Fitch, New London, and Waterford.
The girls representing Stonington, again this year, seniors Ellie Powers and Nancy Linderson, junior Ellie Rose,
td sophomore Pat Meringolo, each played two doubles and a pair of single matches.
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Each year, during May, seven girls are chosen as cheerleaders for their Junior
and Senior years. The girls are iudged on their personality, pep, leadership, de-
pendability, organizing ability, voice, and co-ordination in all the cheering motions.
The group, under the guidance of Miss Thavenet, the senior captain, Sandra
Pignataro, and the iunior captain, Maureen Cornolli, cheer at the sports events and
help to instill the great spirit that is found at Stonington. The girls also take part
in parades and attend cheerleading clinics.
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The "S" Club is restricted to the seven senior cheerleaders and those boys who
have earned letters in the sports in which they have participated.
The faculty advisors for the group are Miss Florence Thavenet, Mr. Woodrow
Douville, Mr. Arthur Carlin, and Mr. Morris Fabricant.
Each year the "S" Club holds its annual basketball game and dance to raise
funds for the all Sports Banquet held in June. At the annual banquet, gold awards
are given to seniors who participated in a sport, and miniature gold rnegaphones
are awarded to the senior cheerleaders.
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Greefing Cards for Remembrance
Giffs Thai' DeIigh+
JE. 6-7I62 The Adamsons
R. C. DAVEY
MAE'S SNACK BAR
2 W. Main S+ree'I'
On The Bridge
I3-I5 CoH'reII Sireef
TeI. Jef. 6-823I
Com plimenfs of
CURLENJIK MEN'S SHOP
43 Wesl' Main Sireei'
THE MAXWELTON CO.
44 Wesf Main Si.
School Ari' Supplies
MODERN GRI LL
Tel. Jef. 6-7I58
PALAU HINKLE JEWELRY
Jewelry for Everyone
Phone Jefferson 6-8400
Men's and Boys' Shoes
Experi' Shoe Repairing
CHAMPION SHOE REPAIRS
Milton J. Berry, Reg. Ph., Prop.
PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY
DRUGS AND COSMETICS
II Easi' Main S+reeI' MYSTIC, CONN.
Silver and Gif+s
YOUR CLASS RING JEWELER
HESS MOTOR COMPANY
Easi Main Sfreef
THE FRIENDLY SHOP
"Gif+s for Happiness"
Je. 6-9336 Mysric, Conn.
5c TO Sl.00 STORE
5 Wesi Main 'SL
Bill and Bob
W d II' P ' I
oo en ems am
WILLOW POINT WOOD WORKS CORPN.
SI'oning+on Road, Mysfic. Conn.
TOT 'N' TEEN SHOPPE
A Complele Line of
Pre-Teen and Teen Clofhing
SLIFKIN 8: SON HARDWARE
3 Eas'I Main Srreef
Mysiic, Conn. Phone: 6-8747
The "Fabric" Shop
Io Ihe Marine Museum
58 Greenmanville Ave.
PAPER TUBES FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK
PAPER CONES, TUBES, AND CORES FOR
ALL WINDING PURPOSES
MOONEY FOOD CENTRE
34 West Main Street Phone 6-8I48
Boys' and Men's Clothing and Accessories
Footwear tor the Entire Family
MYSTIC FLOOR COVERING CO.
40 West Main St.
Tel. Jett. 6-2276
4 Roosevelt Ave. Mystic
HI Ffrejhciziraphs Compliments ot
Radios YOUR PEPPERIDGE FARMS
, COOKIE DISTRIBUTOR
II5 Bank St. 5 East Main St.
New London Mystic
For Smarl' Apparel
BENOIT'S SPORTING GOODS
49 Wes? Main SI.
Phone Jef. 6-7363
MYSTIC. CONN. TEL. 6-9097
24 Hour Wrecker Service
HAZEL I. MAIN
Giffs of Disfincfion
I5 Wesi' Main Sfreer
ELLA'S PASTRY SHOP
I6 Easi' Main S+.
Everyrhing Baked on Premises
C. T. NOYES
The Bes'r in Dry Goods
Com pIimen+s of
PIC AND PAY
3 RooseveI+ Ave. Mysiic
Tel. Jef. 6-9322
FULL LINE OF CHOICE
MEATS, GROCERIES, FRUITS
H. O. WILLIAMS CO.
OLD MYSTIC, CONN.
Phone JE. 6-8258
KAY'S FABRIC SHOP
MYSTIC MOTORS, INC.
OuaIi+y Used Cars
I8 Union SI., Opp. Town Hall MYSTIC CONN.
HAND:-sHoP A WND
GEO. H. ROBINSON INS. AGENCY
EMILY ROBINSON COLE
ICE CREAM ROY L. COLE
GIFTS TOYS SI'onin9'I0n
SIRTEX JOSEPH CANGELOSI
Halian Cheese ProcIucI's
Old Mysfic, Conn.
8 BRINDEN AVE.
LEHIGH PETROLEUM CO., INC.
THE MILLER FORD
Wesferly. R. I. Phone 5-5650
Qualify Dairy Producfs
VISIT OUR DAIRY BAR
Upper Liberfy S+.
FORD SALES AND SERVICES
AGNES' BEAUTY SHOP
32 Cu+Ier S+.
POWELL INSURANCE I-UMBER COMPANY
IOI Main SI'ree+, S+oning+on
Tel. Mys+ic JE 6-84I9
The RigI'1+ Insurance for You HiiLAxlElgj1TIZT
I22 Wafer SI'reeI' JEfferson 6-8722
STONINGTON. CONNECTICUT YORK MARINE RADIO
I4 Wafer Sfreel'
JOE 84 MUGGS
Harbor View Grill
CHAS. O. RYON 81 SON
Coal and Fuel Oils
Tel. 6-93 I 2
CHIAPPONE AND PREVITY
THE KELLEMS COMPANY
Gulf Proclucls and Lubricarion
Tel. JE. 6-207I
I43 WATER STREET STONINGTON
SOUADRITO'S BARBER SHOP
I59 Wafer S+.
THE SANITARY BARBER SHOP
FINNY'S SERVICE STATION
Esso Proclucfs and Lubricafion
W. L. WHITFORD, Prop.
STONINGTON. CONN- Roufe 84 Old Mysfic. Conn. Phone JE. 6-24l9
Com pIimen+s of
ED'S CLEANING SERVICE
lRENE'S BEAUTY SHOP
F. J. CONNORS S.H.S.
SAVINGS 81 LOAN ASSN.
II9 Waier Sireei'
II3 Waier SI'reeI'
Sfoningfon-6-39 I 2
COFFEE CUP LUNCH
l48 WaI'er S+reeI'
Imporfed and Domes'I'ic Liquors
I34 Wafer Sfreei'
. c r + T
MARICN 5 VITEEESTXKERY
DEPARTMENT STORE SNAQQBAR
SI""I"9'o" Connedicu' STONTNGTUNWMH cih3erii4EcTlcuT
Com plimenis of
IRVING T. MELVIN
PLUMBING AND HEATING
SYL'S BARBER SHOP
KEANE'S NEWS STORE
I 33 WaI'er S'rree'I'
CABRAL'S PACKAGE STORE ARTHUR SADDOW'S TAILOR SHOP
The Village Spirii' Shop
II4 Wafer S'Iree+
I4 Church Sfreef
Phone Jefferson 6-3349
STONINGTON CONNECTICUT STONINGTON CONNECTICUT
70 High S+ree+ IOvef Wool-wor+I1'sI
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
VARS BROS. FRED suck a som
Home and Indus+riaI EIec+ricians
62 Eim Sfveei' S+oning+on, Conn.
SHANNON MOTORS. INC
CompIimen+s of Je. 6.8753 ii William S+.
CHEVROLET CO., INC.
S Holmes S+ree+ Mys+ic. Conn. Complime,-H, gf
CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE-CAD!LLAC ROYAL CROWN COLA
Serving Since I920
"A Favori+e Ga+hering Place 'For Teenagers"
STONINGTON COMMUNITY CENTER
Wes+erIy, R. I.
COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES
PAPER AND SUPPLY CO.
PENNY'S BEAUTY SALON
4 Hillside Ave.
Grani+e S+. Shopping Cen+er
WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND
MU RPH EY CH EVROLET
I06 Wes+ Broad S+.
MAIN 8: DUFOUR
Plumbing and Hea+ing
I4 Liber+y S+. Pawca+ucI:
THAVENET MACHINE CO.
CENTRAL STORES, INC
W. Broad S+., Pawca+ucIc
2 Prospec+ S+ree+
C 81 C SERVICE STATION
ou PONT PAINTS MILLWORI
THE J. F. BONOMO COMPANY
I4 Coggsweil S+. Wes+erIy, R. I.
BANNON'S DRUG STORE
ARNOLD LOMBARDI, Reg. Ph.
Tel. 2 I 52- I 0- I 2 Canal-Wesferly
85 Granife S+.
E. M. GREENE, Prop.
ComplimenI's of Ihe
81 SON, INC.
SCIBILIA BARBER SHOP
VV6S'I'6I'ly 84 Graniie Sfreef
WESTERLY, R. I.
HOLLIDAY 81 JOYCE
Esso Producis and Lubricafion
TIRES . BATTERIES . ACCESSORIES
THE BEACH STREET
THE TOY HOUSE
HOBBIES . ToYs . ART SUPPLIES
Convenienf Year Around Lay-Away
High S+., Opp., P. Office-Wesierly. R. I.
CONNIE'S GROCERY STORE
72 Liberfy Sfreef
DR. S. S. FARAGO
DR. HENRY GRAINGER
DR. HAYES CLUXTON
DR. JOHN PINTO
CHROME ACCESSORIES-SPEED PARTS
Wesferly, R. I.
DOUGLAS MU F-FLERS-DUAL MANIFOLDS
STILLMAN Ave. PAWCATUCK
MIDWAY SERVICE STATION
SGH GREEN STAMPS
Cash and Carry
SHEA'S PACKAGE STORE
Upper Liber'I'y SI. Pawcaruck
I. Wes+erIy 4I74 NigI'1+ Service
GranI+e S+. Shopping Cen+er
WESTERLY. R. I.
I6-6 Wes+ Broad S+ree+
49 High S+.-Wesferly, R. I.
"IT PAYS TO PLAY"
B 8. C
I3-I5 Railroad Avenue
THE WASHINGTON TRUST
WESTERLY, R. I.
"Home Town Bank"
FOR THAT CAR IN YOUR FUTURE
Dollar for Dollar
You Can'I' Beef a PonI'iac
c s. c senvlcs A'-RAY
, Complimenls of
TINA S BEAUTY STUDIO SCHACKNERS
Phone 4448 RADIO SHOP
64 Main SIree+
GQQDGEQNQ BROWN BUICK, INC.
Jewener U. S. Roule ilfl
WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND IvIySI'Ic Connecficui'
AUTHORIZED BUICK-OPEL DEALER
SHOE REPAIR SHOP
57 Wesi Broad Sireei'
JOSEPH ABATE, Proprieior
SANDY'S FRUIT COMPANY
Wesi Broad Sireef
Com pIimen+s of
37 Wesi Broad Sfreei'
A FRIEND INTRA-STATE
Bri-Mar Pain+s and Varnishes
6 MECHANIC ST. WESTERLY. R. I.
MODERN CHINESE LAUNDRY
CompIe'Ie Laundry Service
Open Daily 8 A.M. Io 9 P.M.
36 Wesf Broad S+. TeI. 5-4986
WESTERLY TIRE COMPANY
AII Types of Tires
Charcoal Broiled Food
43 Wesi' Broad S+. Pawcafuck
BLANCHARD'S FILLING STATION
Wesferly Road Norwich, Conn.
PUCCI ELECTRIC CO., INC.
HOXSIE BUICK, INC.
See and Drive Ihe AII New
Elecfrical Confraciors and Engineers '53 BUICK
no GRANITE smear ,oo G,,,,,i,e S+,
WESTERLY, R. I. Wesferly
55 Beach SI'ree+
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
R. I.'s Leading Grower of
Planfs and Flowers
SUPPLY CO., INC.
Everyrhing 'ro Build Anyfhing
30 Oak SI'ree1' Telephone 2837
WESTERLY, R. I.
OIL CO., INC.
DELCO BOILERS AND BURNERS
INSTALLED AND SERVICED
P 8. M
30-32 Canal SI.
WESTERLY, R. I.
Aufhorized Necchi, Elna, Phaff
and While Sewing Machine
Repair and Service AII Makes
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
Wearing Apparel for
Women and Children
I6-I8 High Sireei' Wesferly, R. I.
WESTERLY, R. I.
MORRONE'S DAIRY BAR
57 High S+. Wesierly, R. I.
I 47 Grani'I'e
S 81 S FOCJDLINER
THE CCTTRELL COMPANY
Maior Division of 1'l1e
Leading Manufaclurer of
Graphic Ar+s Equipmenf
A Good Place +o Work
Il' Ill il
Class of '58
AUTO PARTS "'
SORENSON TIRE COMPANY
JOHN F. GALLAGHER
Counselor al' Law
5 Wesl' Broad Slreef
MODERN WINE CELLAR
ED. MARTIN AND CHARLES HAMM
ROWES LAUNDRY, INC
I06 Main S+ree+
WESTERLY, R. I.
GEORGE C. MOORE CO
BOB EMMET 81 SON
Your Fuel Oil Supplier
SYLVESTER SOUSA SAYS:
Don'+ You Boys Complain Abou+ +he Pol
+ Weren'+ for +I'1e Police
Your Family WouIdn'+ Have Peace
GREEN HAVEN INN
Domes+ic and Impor+ed
BEER ALE WINE
Tel. 5-5042 20 Palmer S+.
KREB'S TOWN SHOP
AND KREB'S COUNTRY SHOP
Wes+erIy Rhode Island
TO THE CLASS OF I958
THOMAS D. SANTORO
"FOR THE BEST IN FLOWERS'
Corsages of Disfincrion
WOODMANSEE'S TOWN 8: COUNTRY
GIFT SHOP Exclusive Women's Apparel
Dixon Square and Accessories
WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND 35 BROAD ST. WESTERLY. R.
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
26 Main S'I'ree'I
"CLOTHES OF TOMORROW
WOR THE WOMEN OF TODAY"
WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND
I4 Main SI'ree'I WesI'erIy
W E R I
THE C. W. WILLARD
38-40 High Sfreei'
WESTERLY. R. I.
IOver I00 Years of Servicei
Your Favorife Music
AND THE LATEST IN
CAP'S SNACK BAR
MEN'S AND BOYS'
CLOTHING 8: FURNISHINGS
23 Canal Sfreei- Wesierly, R. I
SCOTT'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP
ERNEST COLEMAN, Owner
32 Broad Sfreef
Wesferly, Rhode Island
JAMES M. SPELLMAN I
l58 W. Broad S+.
On fhe Bridge Wesferly, R. I. eaI Es+aI'e Insurance
Men's and Boys' S+ore
26 High Sfreel
WESTERLY, RHODE ISLAND
CONNORS 8: O'BRIEN
MAYFAI R HOTEL
To Wish You Well
All +he Time
New and Used Furnilure Dealer
BUYING AND SELLING
90 Canal S+ree+ Weslerly, R. I.
COAL 81 OIL CO.
Shell Healing Oils
WESTERLY GLASS COMPANY
Frank Muoio, Manager
For Besl in Service Dial Weslerly 4733
Plasfic and Ceramic Tiles Insialled
INDUSTRIAL DRIVE WESTERLY, R. I.
Merchant Tailors for Ladies and Men
26 Canal S+. Westerly, R. I.
Phone '2765 '
I32 Liloerfy Sfreef
STATIONERY, CANDY, TOBACCO, NOVELT
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES
59 WEST BROAD STREET PAWCATUCK
THE SHOE BOX
F. W. WOOLWORTH
JACK AND JII..L'S
ERNEST E. BOYINGTON
Plumbing and Hea+ing
I'I. E. THORP 8: SON
86-88 Main Sh-ee+ Wes+erIy REAL ESTATE
THORP 5 TRAINER. INC- MARION'S BEAUTY SALON
Ir'lSUl'ar1C6 Was.hing+on Trus+ Bldg.
Phone 406i Rm. 3I4 Tel. 6-5060
3' BWI Smal MARION L. NORMAN
WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND
Produced in New England
for Y r En' m 1'
ou 'oy en PERRY'S
SEIDNER "8" M ' .
SaTZEInrIDT'::sing GIHS Bhd
A MuS'I' Sandwich Spread
Pofa+o Salad . .
on Your Macvong Salad Decorahve Accessories
parm, E33 Sgfsjing WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND
Shelf French Dressing
OTTO SEIDNER, INC. Wes+erIy, R. I.
WESTERLY. R. I.
A. L. PANCIERA
Open Daily From II A.M. fo I0 P.M.
Orders 'Io Take Ou'l'
27 Canal Sfreei'
Wesferlyl R. L Teiephone 2392
t Complimenfs of
MELLO'S BARBER SHOP
20 High Sfreef
J C. PENNEY CO.
WESTERLY. R. 1.
PRENT LANPH ERE
JOE'S PARKING LOT
Groceries and Mea+s
No. Sfoningfon Rd.
WESTERLY. R. I.
BEN'5 SPIRIT SHCP STILLMAN-MCANDREW
R. 2 and 95. Pawcaiuclc
TRAVEL AGENCY, INC.
THE TV SHOP
HIHCIKIOY Hill WESTERLY RHODE ISLAND
RCA Spanien TV HI FI
BESS EATON DONUTS
Corner of Oak and High S+ree'r
RCA Sales and Service
Phone JE 6-2I05
JAMES A. SPOSATO
70 High S+. Wes+erIy, R. I.
Bus. 6-50II Res. 6-I759
AII Types of Insurance
FINEST MOTION PICTURES
an Afmosphere of Cleanliness, Comfori'
BEST WISH ES
JOHN L. LATHROP
Real Es'ra+e and Insurance
I Complimenfs of
OF WESTERLY HIGH SCHOOL
Class of '58
of S+oning+on High
HEALTH, SUCCESS. AND HAPPINESS
P 8. R SERVICE
Sales and Service
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