Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

 - Class of 1935

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M6 Q e- 5 110 To IMELDA E GOYETTE who has glven so generously of her txme to make our last year a memorable one the Class of 1935 dedmcates The Log 3 ' 7 Senior Adviser, 5 'Wim Q Q I WH? OIT 1 S5 MR W W ROGERS 4 I ,YI Q' YA X . I I ' X2 ' X, x WQ X , - f 5,482 X 4. wk X - ,N 9' . xy X X N X xx ex L . WWII IIC VIISS CUNNINGH-XXI NIISS DINIICK NIISS GOX FTTI MISS HOLMER MISS PARIS SENIOR HOME ROOM TEACHERS 5 Nflllllfllll X AVIS Alcot Thomas Andrevys Mlldred Black lrnvxoocl Bonney Emma Breyer Kareta Brrggs l mma Carter Burton Cook Eclxth Cook Nlary Cooney Ruth Cunmngham llynola CUFIIS Wvlllldm Curtls Paulrne Dennett Eleanor Drmrck Wlaude Fans Jo eph Feher Farl Flagg Thalxa Fryback Grace Callagher Vrnsen Gorman Imelda Goyette Cora Green Lyelyn Homer Crladys elubb Pearl June Theodora Noulan Anne Parls James Penders Charles Qulnlan W W Rogers NV1ll1am Sambrook Dorothy Secord Norton F 'lotten llrnestrne Vlsney Phuszcs Chemzstrq Advanced NAVIGATORS Bookleeepznq Physical Igduccztzon Plane Geometry ee rznczpell Walhemeztzes Bzoloem Muszc Czezcs Bzoloqtf Arts Alqehru Commezczul Lute Boolzkeeplnef Shorthand lupznq X ee Prznczpul Sczence Enqlzsh Lcmn I upzna ll oodte orl lrzntzna Phuszcal Lducatzon Hzsluru Enqlzsh Shorthand Bookkeeping Seeeznq Fnqlzsh Soerul Problems Hzsloru Hzsloru I zhmrzan Hzsloru Physzcal Educatzon Mechanzcal Draeeznq Prznc pal ll oodteork Enqlzsh Cookznq Myrtle F Vylhrttemore French l avr rence Woodbury HISIOVU 6 Bay Path Instltute Arnold College Smrth College Bates College Brown Umversrty Syracuse Umversrty New l-Iuen Normal Connectlcut State College Syracuse Unlversrty New York Umversrty Boston Umyerslty Bay Path lnstrtute Tufts College Nor h Adams Normal School Boston Umversrty Steyens Polnt Normal School Osyy ego Normal School Osu ego Normal School Ohxo State Umversrty New York Unrversrty Columbra Teachers College Columbn Teachers College Framrngh am Teachers College Barnard College New York Untversr y Mrddlebury College Danbury Normal School Columbla Unryersrty Arnold College Frtchbury Teachers College Columbla Teachers College Supt of Roberts Mfg Co Bates College Sczence Oberlln College Connectlcut State College Boston Umyersrty Boston Umversrty X xx Y ' ss ' 7 . 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' x Wu g - A 1 f ia 6 I If 'gg hs r 7 lllll IllllL li CLASS OFFICERS W1 HIL HARD NIITCHELL S Il fury FLEANTOR SWANSON zu IVXTHRYN FRAZIER CLASS COLORS CLASS FLOWER YALE BLUE AND SILVER YELLOW TFA ROSE CI ASS MOTTO Out of School Lzfe Into Lzfe s School CLASS SONG IRDXXARD Zolw Rom RT BUNDoCR When the blg doors open wlde We ll 1 ave ne er to return Our hope our Joys our fun and prlde In our memones wxll burn CHORUS We Ve worked hard and vue ve worked long Our t1me has been well spent So novs vue end m cheerful song Let our vo1ces be lent Our years at Stratford I-hgh have been A success from start to end And now we leave wlth tearful eyes To see what llfe w1ll send CHORUS CTune Old Lang Sync" D 8 Q ' X f l OAG , ,L O 4 ' RX mg, L XE PVC. ' Ulf ,,,, N . . l'ic'zf-l'rvsifIr'11f DOROTHY COTTON L 1' ' 'z' , l L L Tr' SIIVUV ,,,. '. '.' AA ' ' 9 yy 2 Y l -- E L ' ' e ' . y ya llllllf llf. as C MILDRED BARNEY VI1ll1e She ls a scholar a rzpe and good one Gee Club 1 2 3 Lam Club 2 3 French Club 4 Chemlstry Club 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 FLORENCE E BARTON Tuhby Theres credzt zn bezng Jolly GeeClub34 A A 123 DOUGLAS R BICKLEY 'Blck Always ready for a bzt o un A 1 2 3 4 Boys 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 b llclty Club 4 Sophomore Party Commlttee 2 'VIICHAEL BILCHAK Chlck Humoo as m the harmony o hzs heart Home Room Secretary 4 Glee Club Secretary Vlana ger 4 Masquers 4 Baseball A A GENIA A BIONDE Jenny Wzse to resolve and patzent to perform 'Vlasquers 3 4 Jumor Play 3 Senex Cum Laude 4 Clarlon 3 4 G1 ls Sport Club 2 3 Bowlmg Manager VIOLA BLYDENBURG A gzrl that loves and laughs must sure do well I-I1sto1y Club 4 Servlce u 3 4 A A 2 PETER P BONDI Pete Only God makes mtzsts Sketch Club 2 3 Glee Club 3 MIDSLTGI 3 Sophomore tee Semor Play 4 EDWARD BOWEN It seemed the musw melted zn hzs throat 'Vlasquels 2 Football 2 A A 2 3 4 VI1nstrel3 4 Track 2 PRYC E BOWEN Babe In qzuetness arul confzclence shall be hzs strength Athletxc Assoclatlon 2 4 ROBERT BRADLEY Bob Row on nhatever happens Chemlstry Club 4 Football 4 Hall Pat1ol4 A A 1 2 3 4 To enter Pratt Instl tute , . 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YY u , n . , , , A , s ' ' : s 4 T . , : s ' : . . , .. , s . r , . - 4 1 9 3 . .i 11 1.5, O lllltlt Illllh PEARL RUTH BRIEN Pearl carefree soul L1brary Club B 4 Ushers Guild 2 3 Publlclty Club 4 Glrls Sport Club 3 4 Hal lowe en Dance Tlcket Com mlttee 4 RICHARD C BRIGGS Dlck Be always merry as ever you can For no one clelzghts m a sormwful man Publ1c1ty Club Presldent 4 Debatmg Club 4 Sophomore Boys Club 1 2 3 Chemlstry Club 4 WILLIAJM BRUDNAK B1 A loyal mdependent 'man Athletlc Assocxatlon 1 2 3 4 SGTVICS Club 2 ALLCE D BRYAN Its mee to be 'natural 'Lf you re naturally mee Home Room Secretarv 3 Treasurer 4 Ushers Gulld 2 Secretary 4 Biology Club 3 Treasurer 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 Sen1or Play 4 HELEN 'VIAE BUDA Boots Hzgh elected thoughts seat ed an a heart of courtesy SBIVICB Club 4 L1b1a1y Club 4 Senew: Cum Laude A A 4 Home Room Welfale Commlttee 3 4 DONALD BUNCE Don Ict them call tt mischzef When it 1s past and pros pared twlll be mrtu Hall Patrol 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Football 3 Chemxstry Club 4 Student Councll 3 ROBERT D BUNDOCK Bob He goes as he pleases and pleases as he goes Band 1 2 3 Operetta 1 2 3 Masquers 4 Clarxon 4 B1ologv Club 2 Florlda Ex pedltxon 3 'Vluseum Board 4 'VIARGUERITE BURNES Wllggle She zs young and she as merry Home Room Llblary Repre sentatlve 1 2 3 Student ouncxl Representatxve 4 G1rls Sport Club 4 A A LOIS VI CALLENDER Good humor and generoszty Athletlc Assoclatlon 2 4 G11ls Spolt Club 2 3 4 BARBARA W CARROLL Bobble You dont hear much from er GeeClub1 2 3 A A 1 2 3 4 Scenery Gulld 4 . 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' h '." 3 Q , 1 1 1 3 I ' ' v v 4g . . 3 : 9 " - . , Q f K fggg' N lllllt Illltl OLGA HELEN CHRISTIE Olga She never plays tzll her work zs done French Club 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 GEORGE CHUBIRKO Chuby There rs no knowledge tha rs not power Baseball 3 4 Chemrstry Club V1cePres1dent 4 De batmg Club 4 Boys Club 2 3 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 BEVERLY JUNE CLARK Bev It never was worth whrle Grrls Sport Club 2 3 Tennrs Manager 4 Clarron 2 3 4 Junror Play 3 Senex Cum Laude 4 Attendant to Vlay Queen EDWARD D CONNER Doc Szr your nrt ambles well It goes easzly 'Vlasquers 3 Presrdent 4 Band 2 Vrce President 3 Presrdent 4 Junror Play 3 Senror Play 4 Football Assrstant 'Vlanager 3 Vlan ager 4 Clarron Assocrate Edrtor 4 DOROTHY COTTON Dot Good leadrng makes good tollowzng Grrls Sport Club Treasurer 3 Presrdent 4 Cheer Leader 3 4 Scho1arsh1pLeadersh1p Award 2 3 4 Junror and Senror Class Vrce Presrdent Glee Club 1 2 3 Presrdent RITA NIAE COUGHLIIN Rrta Thr gloss of fashzon Clarron 2 Assrstant Editor 3 Edrtor 4 Glee Club 2 3 V1cePresrdent 4 Debatmg Club Secretary 4 Masquers 3 4 Senror Play 4 DONALD A COWDERY Slug Lord grre us men lrke these Junror Class Presrdem. Stu dent Councrl Presrdent 4 Track 3 4 Scholarshrp Leadershrp Award 3 4 De batrng Club Presrdent 4 EDVIOND CRANSON Corrzest thou between me and these books Stage C ew 3 4 Track Team 2 ANITHON Y J CRAVERO Tony A rn rghty atom Senex Cum Laude 4 Chem rstry Club 4 Band 1 2 3 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 French Clu 3 4 CHARLOTTE CROWFOOT Charlotte Ther: s zz quzef spurt A 2 3 4 Glee Clu Grrls Sport Club 2 Lrbrary Representatrve 4 0 I Q . I , . Q 1 It f O y 4 1 '0 o 4 .4 r c 1 lp 4 xt 12: '- 'iv XX ' Wg. 'tex . ,Q li. A ll ' !1 ll YY ll ' !Y ac ' . ' ' ' l 'H . , . . v , I S 1. , 9 - 5 ' 9 Z l S A r I ' - ' a ll Y! ll 71 as , - - .K . Y Y . 'H t .n , s . . f C j ' - ' - - v 1 I 1 , r . V . - ' 1 Y Y Y 1 . , g 1 . . . ' ' ' , . IC 17 "What's the use of worrying? "Eddie" , ' H , u . , . rr U , , , , , . l ' r 9 5 1' v 3 5 . Q . CK Il! H ' - - v' - A Av . ' . ,, ' u n , 44 ' H 1 y ' I ' ' . - ' I f 9 - . , . 7 I 3 r y 1 . ' ' S ' ' r y 3 -3 l x - ' ' b , ' . I ! 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LEEIVIAN CURTIS Curt ' He knows much but says lzttle Senex Cum Laude 4 A A 3 4 Pubhcxty Club 4 Clar lon Representatlve 4 ABRAHAJM DANBERG Abe Neptune s plaqymla te French Club 3 4 Chemxstly Club 4 Servlce Club 3 4 Boys Club 2 Football Squad FF RDINAND DANOWSKI Freddie Young fellows wzll be young fellows s Club 1 2 3 4 vlce Club 4 Squad Leader ED NA MAY DAVIS Eddle Work 1s done well when zt 1s done wzth a wzll Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Glrls Sport Club 2 3 4 Pubhcxty Club 4 Clarlon Staff Typ1St EDWARD DAVIS Bud Ill be back gnls' Boys Club 3 4 Home Room V1ceP1es1dent 1 Treasurer 3 4 Club 1 2 3 Servxce Club EDITH DEMPSEY Edle A cheerful heart makes zts own sunshzne Masquers 2 3 Secretary 4 Bxology Club 3 Secretary 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Ushers Guxld 2 Secretary 4 Gxrls Sport Club 2 3 4 WILLIAM J DEMSKY B1 Clever boy clever ways Senefc Cum Laude 4 Servlce Club 4 Scholarshlp Commxt tee 4 Boys Club 3 4 Glee C ub 2 3 4 RITA M DENEEN Rlta Welfare Commlttee Chalr mnl G1eewClub2 3 4 GITS Sport Club 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Chrlst mas Welfare Commlttee 4 JOSEPH DEVITT oe He zs extra fzne when hes wzth the nzne Baseball 2 3 fCapta1n 4 Basketball 3 4 A A 1 2 3 4 Boys Club 1 2 all Guard 3 4 ROGER M DIA1MOND RaJah" I s great to be alwe Jumor Honorary Soclety 3 Track 3 Servlce Club 1 4 Boys Club 2 3 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 G K . - I ff Q, 'S ,J 2 1. O U . e f' C ef 0,g?l -Q X 1 : X X 'liz I lk ' , X A cc - 11 ua! 1 If . ' u - 11 1 1 - ' Y, . 1 1 1 Z ' ' ' 1 1 . . ' ' . - , 1 . 1 1 I ' 9 ' 1 1 1 1 . Y - , I s 1 1 1 as 11 U .ilu X 41 I 1 I .11 U v ,, , . ' .1 5 ' ' - I s ' 1 3 . X , 3 X .5 1 D . - ' 1 1 1 3' I ' 1 X 1 - , 1 u ' - 11 sa 1 11 U , "With malice toward none." ' 11 . ' ' - ' a a I Boy ' , , , 3 Ser- - 1 1 ' ' ' I . A X . 1 1 1. 1 , ' ' - 45.4. A. 3,4. 1' ' 1 A 11A ' 'Y A HJ 11 ff ' ' u ' ' 1 - - 1 11 . . ,, I ' 1 1 1 ll l y 1 1 . 1 3 1 1 X I , 1 I - - 1 1 3 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 1 H 3,4g A. A. 2, 3, 4. , . u 11 ' ' 1 . Y u ' ll , '. 7, 1 - u t1 - ll 1 . . 1 1 ' ' . ' . ' . 1 ' 1 . ' . . 2, 4g A. A. 1, 2, , game , 1' , f 1 , v 5 1 1 1 1, 2, 3, 4. ' I 1-111' XXX llllll lllll NATALIE DIVIICK Dlmmle To be mevry best becomes er Ushers G lld 2 3 4 Glee Cu 1 3 4 G11 Sport Club 4 A A 1 3 4 Home Room Secretary 4 RICHARD J DLOUHY Dlck Hts el er ready humor wzll lzghten heavy hea1 ts Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Operetta Manager 4 A A Represen tatlve 3 RICHARD DONALD SON Dlck Dzsmetwn of speech more than eloquence Athletlc ASSOClatl0H 4 HARRISON DOYLE Toad If tts unthm has power to help he wzll-and gladly Basketball 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 Semor Play 4 Home Room Chalrman 4 VIRGINIA 'VI DOYLE Gm Her snule 18 the expresszon of her heart Ushers Gulld Plesldent 3 4 Gxrls Sport Club 2 3 4 ee Club 1 2 3 4 A 1 2 3 4 Home Room Sec letary 4 LAURA 'VI DREW Lauxa 4 womans han zs her croztnmg glory ee Club 1 2 3 4 A 2 3 4 Servlce Club Glrls Sport Club 3 4 Home Room Tleasurer 4 ARTHUR DuBOIS Ar Energy and persewevance conquer all thmgs Chemlstly Club 4 Hlstory Club 4 Semor Play Furnx ture Commltbee 4 Service u 4 A A ANNA THERESA DUCH Smlles Pleasant to everyone unpleasant to none Athletic ASSOCl3tl0H 4 CATHERINE J DULYA Kay Genteel zn pev sonage G1rls Sport Club 2 Athletm Assoclatlon 4 Scholarshxp Commxttee 4 HOWARD K ELWOOD Junlor What should a man do but be meny? A 1 2 3 Boys Club 1 4 Tenms 4 Sen Play Commlttee 4 Servxce Club Q I . U ' Q ' 3 ,nl Z fn ' 1 -s 6 e fu , -Q X 5:51 XX u ' - 11 X u A 11 44 , If , 1 - , - h , 11 . , ' 11 ' U' ,A , : G1 , , , 9 - A- I b 1 1 1 r S, Y 11. 1, 1 1 ' 31 1 - - 1 1 1 1 1 l A I u 1 U . U u tn at ' Y I - - H , i H . . . . ' . ,' YY 1 1 1 1 . ' . . ' 1, 2, 3, 45 Football, Asslstant , - ' - . 1 ' I , , , - . 3 . ' Cl b Q . . 1, 2, 3, 4. , Y ' l w H . ,, u - 11 H . . V. . . u H 18 H 1 u 11 KK n , u 1 n ll YY. ' H aa ' , 11 1 - , , . . , l , 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 ' ' Q ' 7 . u -A 11 . ' u - 11 H . . . . KC . . .11 U H Y l 1 ' I 1 1 Q . , 1 1 1 ' ' ' 3- 5 - ' G1 , , , 5 . A. 2' 3- 1 . If Hof - , 1 .1 1 1 ' 1 1, 2, 3. l 5 XO IHHIE Illlill DOROTHY 'VI ERBTER Dot Snappy clc've1 full of fun she has a sm1lc for everyone Glee Club 3 4 Sophomore Pal ty Decoratlon COmmltt99 2 Home Room Secretary 2 Semox Prom Tlcket Commlt te 4 Halloween Dance Tlcket Commlttee Chalrman ANTHONY G ERRICO Tony Nothmg endures but personal quallty Servxce Club 4 Senex Cum ude 4 A A Squad Leader 4 Football Games Txcket Collector 4 THOMAJS J FILIP 1 A good sport and a pleasant compamon Hlstoxy Club 1 Glee Club 3 Banklng Representatlve 4 B s Club 3 4 A A 3 4 DOROTHY E FLANAGAN Pat' Good humor teaches chavms to last Glee Club 2 Home Room Presldent 2 Secretary 3 Home Room Welfare Com mlttee 4 Llbrary Represen tatlxe 3 4 IOHN T FLYNN Johnny Tculored zn Fashwn Paak 'VIasquers 2 3 Boys Club 2 3 4 Servlce Clu A 213 4 Senex um Laude 4 KATHRYN J FRAZIER Kay Calm cool and collected Sen1o1 Class Treasurer 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 Chem lstxy Club 4 French Club 4 Attendant to May Queen SUSIE E FREEMAN ue Her 10160 charms us all odern Engllsh Club Secre tary 4 L1bra1y Representa tlve 4 Welfare Commlttee JOHN A FUCHS Johnny He fhaf hath knowledge sparefh words Golf 2 3 Captam 4 A A Asslstant Treasurer 4 enex Cum Laude Treasurer 4 Home Room Vlce Presl dent 4 Asslstant Edxtor of Log' 4 ELEANOR GARRY Bewztchmg blue eyes that haze g1eat depth HlSt0T5 Club Vlce-+Pres1dent 4 Glrls Sport Club 2 3 4 Debatlng Club 4 SBTVICC Club 2 Junlol Honorary ocletv 3 EVELYN D GERNAT Spazklmg eyes merry smzle Make her welcome all the whzlc Welfale Commlttee 2 4 Chrlstmas Welfare Commit tee 4 Glrls Sport Club 4 G ' Y If ' l I , 0 ,Ada O e fa o r 4 - c l 3 X l R ' " 'ajax . sk X -v,. xx NX V 4-L xx Li A li! N at Y .1 I Y AK .Y! , n H n u ' y Q '- , u : 4 , ' 1 . , . 3 - I I i .3 ' S ' - I e Q ' 4. 4. h , u ry ' ' ' L4 Y! . S ll if 1 1 ' . H . 1 j, ' ' n . I M ' ' , . - y l Q u ' 1 - La Q - - 2, 39 ' 2 , ' . ' 43 Soloist at Class Party 2. , . 64 . YY I u I I I 77 ' 77 . . ! 7 5 ' '! ' 9 'i 3 S 9 S , U oy ' , , 3 - - 1 - 5 . j - 2 , . ll 7 NEI!! xc . - U I 'I ' n , , n X . . Y . . . , , ' x Y , 7 3 ' ' s r I l - l 5 ' 1 - I : ' 'Y , . S , . I I 1 ' 44 7, HEVY7 u , ' ' u 'V . ' ' , , , n . ' ' ' n . 1 ' . , , I u . i 1, , , 9 b 4: . ' A A. . , , 9 C I . , X , . O lllllt MUNI, A THOVIAS L GLE ASON Tom The plays the thang Jumor and Senlor Play Leads Basketball 2 3 4 Masquers 2 3 4 Clarron Assrstant Edltor 3 4 Senex Cum Laude V1cePres1den EDNA R GOUDREAU I dont care nofhmg puts m out Im resolved to be happy Glee Club 2 3 Grrls Sport Cu 2 3 4 DOROTHY GURA Dot Lzttle sazd rs soon mended Grrls Sport Club 4 Scholar shrp Commrttee 4 Semor Gurld 4 WALTER HAGGERTY Tomb Make hay uhlle the sun shines Boys Club 4 JULIUS HARISKEVICH Rlp Mzschref come take me Athletlc Assoclatlon 4 JOHN HARTNETT Gabby A safe companzon and an easy frzend Glee Club 2 Sophomore College Club KENNETH HINE Kenny Few words are best Assocxatlon 4 DOUGLAS HOLMES Shorty A great man but quret T ack 2 Home Room Vlce PILS1Cl6Ylt 2 GEORGE HOR Professor What thzs world needs thmkers Athletxc Assoclatron 4 HUGH A HOYT Hughle Free and rndependent God meant I should be A 1 2 3 4 Boys 3 Halloween Dance Tlcket Committee 4 Senlor Play Propeltles Commlttee 4 Log Staff 4 N ' ' O 2 .. 0 Q 5 66:5 A C S :calf QS N bitt xTF u A 1 - rr as rv , . ,- , . t . 4. 2iEd!! lt 1 ' . J I KK Y! 0 yu 7 1 Service Club 43 A.. A. 3, 43 Chemlstry Club 4g Athletic 1 b , , f ' ' Cl Y! Cl lil ' - ' NE at H ll ,I sz , ' U . . ' H 1-S . . " ' ' as H I I .U ' 1 r 1 3 , . . . ,D 45 ' 17 M lllllt lllll HUGH M HUNTER Monty If foee lunches am served zn heaufn oh death wheze as thy stmg? Track 3 4 Serv1ce Club 2 B S ub 1 Basketball 4 A A 1 2 3 JOHN A HURLEY Jack Nothzng uormes hwn Nothmg hzu rzes hun Football 1 2 3 4 Basket balll 3 4 Tenn1s3 Captam 4 Clarlon C1rculat1on Man agel 4 Home Room Chalr man 4 PERRY HYSLOP Pear long as you I6 healthy Glee Club 3 4 Publ1c1ty Club 4 Boys Club 3 Cham pxon Team 4 A A 2 3 4 AJNNA C JOHNSON Ann She takes lzfe as zt comes ee Club 1 2 3 4 A Ushexs Gu1 d Bxology Club 2 3 G1rls Sport Club 2 3 4 BEATRICE M JOHNSON Bea Thy smzle has brzghtened many a young mans lzfe Publ1c1ty Club 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Llblary Club 2 3 Presldent 4 GIIIS Spo1t Club 2 3 4 Home Room Sec1eta1v 1 Treasu1e1 2 3 ELIZABETH A JOHNSON B1bs Flegruzf as szmplzczfy and 14 mm as eesfasy SBIVICE Club 4 Llbraly Club 2 T1easurer 3 VICE P1681 dent 4 Gnls Sport Club 2 3 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 A 2 RUTH JOHNSON Ruthle fl Queef dzsposltwn Z8 the szgn of a fmendly soul G11ls Sport Club 2 A A 1 2 3 Glee Club 1 2 Home Room Ass1stant Treasu1er 2 Scholarshxp Comm1ttee RONALD VI JONES Pud opposzte sex o s Club 2 3 4 Ho oom Treasurer 2 4 Foot a 4 Tlack 4 WILLIA'Vl H KAESAR B1 Chemful company shortens the mzles A 2 3 4 Glee 1 2 4 Home Room Presl dent 4 Track 3 4 Chemxs try Club 4 DORIS KETTLES Dot Silence 18 a vzrtue H1gh School Orchestra 1 3 4 G1rls Sport Club A Q . 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B RUDINIE Rudle Voblv zn ezcry thought and deed Athletmc Assoclatlon 1 Home Room Program Com mlttee 1 SENA RUSSELL Wmky Tzs hard to pmt uhen fzumls me dear Q em Gulld 2 4 Gus olt Club 2 3 4 A ELIZABETH SABO Betty 4 pleusmg personalzty Publlcxty Club 4 Glee Club 3 4 Sophomore Palty Dec olatxon Comm1ttee 2 A A ENINIA F SCHELL Em Alls right zmth the uolld Glee Club 2 Ushels Gulld 2 3 Gxrls Spolt Club 2 3 4 Selvxce Club 3 4 Llbrary Club 4 LOUISE SCHILLARE Lou Izfe zs fl funny thmg lets laugh Glrs Sport Club 2 3 4 Chemlstly Club 4 HISIIOPY Club 4 Glee Club 4 SGIVICB Club 3 OTTO C SCHOEN Plod Food humored frank and ree arc 1 2 3 4 Olchestla 1 2 Selvlce Club 3 4 Jumor Prom Commlttee 3 Sopho more Pax ty Comnnttee 2 WILLIANI L SEVERANCE W1ll1e Rzspcr-ted and well l1ked A 1 2 3 4 Chemm ub 4 Glee Club 2 3 EDNA 'VI SHEAN Eddle happy heart zs reflected 111 her fzctzons ee Club 1 2 3 Sen Prom Favor Commlttee 4 CIVICS Club 2 3 Sehxor Plav Tlcket Commlttee 4 WILLIAM SHEK Wlllle Athlctzrs me my meat Football 3 4 Baseball 2 Basketball 4 Track 3 4 A A P1es1dent4 ELIZABETH SHEMET Betty Each thmg zn 1ts place as best Home Room Lxbrarlan 4 Athletxc Assoclatlon 2 . , 'Q Q of tf o " la O c 4 h Q Q PAQ? 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N ,, 5 O ' , 'n " ' a.. , g - 9 - . lb , ' U - , g ' ,I - 4. 27 xg llltlt llllt ALOIS TESLA Teasel Nothzng zs rrnposszble these days Home Room Banker 2 Eng llsh Class Pxesldent 4 ANNA TIlVIE'SHUK Ann Szlenee zs a fr Lend that never betrays FREDA TIMESHUK Fxede Speech zs great but szlence zs greater Glee Club 3 4 French Club V KENNETH TODD Kenny 4 prllar of strength ami a r eady srrrrle F otball 2 3 4 A A 1 2 Counc1l3 4 Boys Club 1 2 3 4 Track Manager 3 Semor Prom MUSIC Com mlttee 4 AGN ES TOMASKO Agnes Charms strzhe the szght But rrrer rt wrns the soul Clarlon Staff 3 4 Service Club 3 Senex Cum Laude 4 A A 3 4 Scholalshlp Com mlttee 4 RAYMOND G TOMCEY 'Ray Better late than never s Club 1 2 3 4 A 4 Home Room Program Commxttee 4 ELIZAB ETH H TRACY Betty She rrrrproves every shznzng hour Lat1n Club 2 Secretary 3 4 lVIasquers 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 Clarlon 4 Ass1s tant Ed1to1 of Log 4 ROBERT J TREMALLO Bob Its nzce to get up early zn the rnornrng but who wants to be mee Masquers 2 3 Treasurer 4 Student Councll 3 4 Cheer Leader 3 Presldent 4 Boys Club 2 3 4 Semor Play 4 JOSEPH E TROY Twlrl I step forth rnto the world woe rs rne Glee Club 3 A A 4 Boys Club 3 Home Room Banker ADALINE A TRUCHON Addie Sow a thought and reap an ac ns port Club Basketball Manager 4 Schol alshlp Leadelshlp Award 4 Senex Cum Laude 4 A A 2 3 4 Log Staff 4 1 , ' ' 2 o' Q fr ,A O Z -- cl f -. 4 , ' -N x , 6,529 sf X uf' 'KX ' X5 I ,NX :xl ,rr 4 7' U . . . . la I , I ,yr n Y ' Boy , , , 9 . 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Q5 Q 1-,fn ' ll ,l V ' A ,.., .f,.f,5, Q 1 we !,f,,: Vx ff V' xl V' ff Q63 fl-gp vm, elle Q ?S""""?"F" THE EXECUTIVE BOARD President EDWARD CLAUSSEV I zce Pleszdent EVELYNT HAPPEL Secretary 'Uanager JUYE LENI Adzzsez VIRS JUNE The Class of 1936 proved to be an especlally alert and progressxve one It xx as declded that he rmgs should agaxn be rexxsed the fmal result belng a pla1n solrd gold rxng very attractlxe rn 1ts s1mpl1c1ty As the annual dramatlc productlon the class presented Nexfx Flres whnch xx as an out standmg success Eolloxxlng the precedent se last xear the Jumor Promenade vxas agaln held at the R1t1 Ballroom nn Brxdgeport the date bemg May IO The occas1on drexx the heartx praxse of all those who attended The Junxor Honorary SOClLfy also proxed to be a xerx popular and progresslxe orgamza txon and serx ed to raxse the scholarshlp of the class as a xx hole Those xx ho recexxed Scholarshlp Leadershxp ixx ards xxere Vlxehael Adams lllllan Bas sette Cornelxa Goddard Kathryn Hall Exelxn Happel June len 31 ll llllllllllllll To f fi THE EXECUTIVE BOARD Pieszdent HUNT ABBOTT T we Piesldenf CAROLINE VIcNIAUGH Sccletcny Tzeaszuez EVELYN WILNIOT Adtzsel 'VIRS DENINIETT The outstandxng actrvxty of the Sophomore Class was thexr annual party It was held on Thursday mght February Zlst The decoratlons were red whxte and blue streamers and sxlhouettes of Vwlashlngton and Llncoln whxch were 1n keepxng wlth the month Th1s party brought forth a great deal of talent whrch entertalned the members of the class This year the Sophomores had thexr own assemblles and the followmg recelved Scholar shlp leadershlp awards Hunt Abbott V1v1an Bellon George Buvld Nrcholas Sp1nell1 Ruth Conmt Arlene Neuns Jean Nothnagle Cecelxa Kochrss Betty Parmelee 32 ,. . , . . - . I . . '- 'Y , , , ,,,, ,, ,, , , ,,,, ,, , ,nl . l x 1 1 . . . V y V , 1 7 - - 4 1' ' 0 1 Y Y I Y ' l . , Y V V 1 O lllllf Illllll Don I heard one of the faculty say that rt was the f1rst tlme the gym had been really dressed up Eleanor We had Bob Mxller s orchestra but rt drdnt do Stewre Anderson much good because he almost fell over a table trymg to get hrs feet rrght Bo He s a mean hoofer now Dot Jean Sturrock danced Remember? Uean enters J Jean Mrss Cunmngham says that you people must have Don Yes I know what you are gomg to say but how can I get work out of th1s mob? Eleanor Oh Jean w1ll you dance for us? Ctlean performs j Don Wrll you people get to work? Theres nothmg 1n here about our advxser Mrs June Kay Oh that s rrghtl Bob Dont you remember that she was SlCk at the trme of the party and M1ss Dnmxck took her place? Kay I was rather dxsappomted that we drcln t have our assembl1es w1th the semors that year Dol We dld once Bob When was that? Don Oh I remember that was when the scholarshlp leadershlp p1ns were grven Eleanor I thmk that Edlth Dempsey .Ienme B1onde and Dot Cotton got p1ns Dot Tommy Gleason d1d too then All So dld I Kay That s all agreed upon What now? Eleanor I-Ia I-Ia Don t tell me thls IS a prcture of Tommy Gleason Do! Sure that s an old operetta plcture Kay Peggy and the Plrate was the operetta that year Bob I-Ie doesnt look half as funny rn th1S as he did ln the Masquers play Eleanor Oh that play was Maker of Dreams Edxth Dempsey xx as rn It too Don They looked lrke two clowns rn those costumes but the play was good Bob Here s a prcture of Joe Devltt Say do you know he has play cd baseball for three xears Don Sure he was on the flrst champronshlp team that Stratford had had for several tears Coach Andrews sure yanked us out of the cellar Bob Ill say We re on the roof now We came through on top m every sport last tear Don After patrent wantmg we fmally got a champ1onsh1p football team Bob And were the players rewarded properly by the Fathers Club Remember those mfty sweaters every one of them recerved? Kay Do I remember I ll say I do Remember the day Mary Klexecz stumbled over Mr Rogers rn the hall? She was walkrng backwards watchmg that star on McCarty s sweater Dot Drdnt the basketball team get sweaters too? Eleanor Yes they drd The Fathers Club certarnly came through one hundred per cent Kay That club was orgamzed Just last year Wasn t lt? Bob Yeah Don s father was presxdent Wasn t he Don? Dot Well lt s too bad we don t have a Mothers Club Maybe the g1rls would get some breaks Eleanor The grrl tenms champs got some Sweaters last year from the Fathers Club drdn t they? 35 'N ' X Z I C, ' 3 ,nd 4 Qt I' - x f Qc f: lv, A Q C 6' X life. I N .. N5 b: ' . Bob: I feel younger today than I did when I was a sophomore. I felt mighty important . . ' Y . B l . v v ' U ' ' " ' . AA , VY. ' Y 7 1 -D Y P . . , I . . ' 7 ' Y I ' V . Y I V I : ? ' 0. ' Q . ' . ,so 6 fx O :Af lisa X f tv X . ... . N-, Bob: Another star in its crown! Kay: Did Bill Shek receive the football for being the most valuable player that year? Don: No, that was a year ago. By the way, .lack Hurley got it this year. Eleanor: What heart-throbs when Billy Shek ran through that line for a touchdown! Don: That's all girls see in a football game! They don't appreciate the real technique. Dot: I understand all the fine points of the game. Ask me something. Don: O. K. What's "off-side" mean? Dot: Let's see-that should be around page 13, paragraph 9. Don: Oh, you do know. I thought you were going to say, "That's where Toad's feet hung over the side lines." Eleanor, did you thumb the pages of that book, too? Eleanor: I learned not to cheer when they dragged you off the field feet first. Kay: They put Bova in when you got hurt and what a swell player he turned out to be! Don: Yeah, I thought of that. I was thinking of the good of the team when I let them put my knee in the sling. Eleanor: Rah! Rah! Mildew! Bob: Stealing my stuff, huh? Eleanor: Oh yeah! You were a cheer leader, weren't you? Kay: Seems to me I do remember your stirring up the dust at games. Bob: Not much dust at the Milford game! Remember Hurley wallowing through the mire for fifty-five yards? Kay: When we got the mud out of our eyes, we saw Shek slide for a gain of ive yards: then Puffy swam around the starboard side for a touchdown. Eleanor: Who was the captain of the crew? Dot:Bob McCarty. Don't you know that he was All-Valley tackle for two years? Don: Incidentally, Bill Shek and Maestro Bowen can lay claim to league honors, too. Eleanor: Let's celebrate with a song. Bob: Eddie Bowen used to sing to us between the halves. CEddie walks in.j Well, speaking of the devil, here's our locker room crooner now! Eddie: Hi yah, gang! I'm gonna graduate! I just got my last mark. Don't forget my picture for the Log! Kay: Sing us a song, and we'll see that the picture is on the front page. fEddie sings.j Don: fHands back write-up.j You forgot to add Mitchell to the list of All-Valley players. He deserved his post. Eleanor: Don't forget Kramer. He was right end on the All-Valley Team. Do you remember that when the football trophy was presented to us, Louis also received an award for his high scholarship? Kay: He was president of Senex. Now he is being graduated Magna Cum Laude. Don: Say, are you thinking of getting this Log out in 1935 or 1936? Bob: Take it easy, your blood pressure is rising. Don: That's all right-check this write-up and see how it affects your blood pressure. Bob: How's this for a beginning: "Last year the Class of '35 had ideas of its own. changed the background of the rings from blue to black, held its Prom at the Ritz, and the Junior Honorary Society." Eleanor: Well, I, for one, had a swell time last year. Don: Me, too. I'll never forget that, when Kay came into Mis duced as candidate for senior treasurer, she was chewing gum. Kay: Oh, it couldn't have been gum. Must have b Bob: Well, whatever it was, you were elected, retary. Don: These women! Eleanor: Say what you like! How does that sound? It started s Paris' room to be intro- een my tongue. Kay. And Eleanor, here, became our sec- Miss Goyette, our adviser, says that we are very proficient, 36 o M ff? x Bob Sounds like MISS Goyette to me Bet she does all the work Kay Well she does do plenty but believe me if I can t add subtract and multiply after this year I never will be able to Eleanor Junior Honorary Society IS that l1ke Senex? We had several grand meetings of Senex Remember that college party? The dark secrets we learned that nightl Dot Well the Junior Honorary Society was much like Senex Tom Gleason was our president Eleanor Who were the other officers? Don Don t ask me' I only remember the party that we had at Boothes IH June Eleanor That s all you would remember Don Oh now Iremember reciting Twinkle twinkle 11ttle star Kay That s right we did say nursery rhymes Miss Whittemore said Baa Bea Muton Noir Bob Bill Lawrence was vice president but because of the Central game he didn t come to the banquet Don Our baseball team showed that day what it was made of Don We did and we had some players to be proud of' Dot I heard that Joe DBVIII was a good player Kay What did he play anyway? Eleanor He played captaln Don And played first base 1n between times D1d you ever see him scoop one out of the dust at the initial sack? Kay With that left hand of his he saved his team mates many an error Dot Pulask1 s h1tt1ng helped us out of some tight spots too Don Speakmg of tight spots somebody had best find the baseball picture or we ll be 1n a tight spot' Eleanor I suppose if it were about track you d let us talk all night Don And why not' That s a team that doesn t receive much publ1c1ty Do! Well 1f we had meets at school we d go We have to take a cross country tour ourselves before we can see a meet Bob You would have felt repa1d if you could have seen Captain Kramer win the State Discus Champ1onsh1p Kay I liked to watch Harry Bancroft win the 100 yard dash Eleanor I used to watch the team practice J1mmy Penders coached the men and he deserved a lot of credit Don He kept score straight at basketball games too If it hadn t been for his quick f1gur1ng at the Shelton game we would have lost Eleanor Thats the only game I missed I contributed plenty to the A A durmg the basketball season Dot You and everybody else The gym was packed to the doors at exery basketball game Bob What a help the new bleachers were I actually saw most of the games Before I never could get a front seat and I couldn t see from the back row Don Well you probably wouldn t have understood if you had seen Dot Seen what? Bob The championship team play1ng hop scotch Kay Or Tommy Gleason s curls bobbing down the floor Don Honestly you people make me tired with all your gab Kay You do make a good executive Don And so what' Kay We answ ered that question when we elected you President of the Junior Class 37 Q ' I Gly t ,f R O ' 2 -, t O 'X i i I x 4' ' A U 4 l W -if shi- c xx ' i V xxx 3 1 f A ' . H I v U , i -H Bob: Why pick on that day? We won the championship, didn't we? THE IIIGL I Bob You d1dn t really work then d1d you? Don Well for the frrst txme ln hlstory I srgned up the Rrtz for the Jumor Prom Eleanor Who s gomg to wrnte up the prom? Kay I can do that I remember I wouldn t s1t down all evenmg because I was afrard I d wrmkle my organdy dress Don As rf anyone would notlce Kay Well they notlced that I dxdn t s1t down so they would have notlced the dress rf rt had been wrmkled Dot Well thats logrcal Don Yeah fools loglc Eleanor Say what IS th1s anyway? Bob You tell me Say wasnt that floor at the Rrtz slippery? Don Ill say Remember Eleanor when we almost fell durrng the grand march? I was all your fault of course Eleanor Yes I real1ze that I shouldnt have been so clumsy as to have trrpped over your S178 ten and a half shoes Kay There were some nlce lookmg fellows ln rt too Bob So that s why you were stretchlng your neck? Dot Well for a cheer leader you were very quret that evemng Bob The g1rI I was w1th talked so fast I drdn t have a chance Don What would the poor women do wrthout tongues? Eleanor The same th1ng the men would do-go wlthout Kay I guess that ll hold you for a whlle Don Don Don t fear Dot Well I w1ll say that we dxd pretty well wnth our prom We came out wlth all of frfty cents left Bob Hang out the flag Eleanor Well the thmg that got me was gomg through the recexvrng lxne and be1ng mtroduced to people I already knew Kay Euquette my dear etrquette Dot I heard Don say I-Iello Toots' when he was lntroduced to Dorothy Cotton Don Oh--oh oh and I trxed to speak low Bob Well some thmgs are lmpossxble and then other thmgs are 1mposs1ble too Eleanor In other words apple trees don t have fleas but some dogs do Don The thlng that sporled my evenmg was Eleanor and about frve other grrls runnmg off to powder thelr snozzles every frve mmutes Eleanor Well I notlced your nose was shmy all evemng Kay Youll have to look out for that Don I could see my reflection ln your face from across the floor Dot That shows he washed rt anyway Bob Boy can you take 1t? Don I don t know Eleanor The favors were mce werent they? Kay Yes but all the g1rls wanted the other color Don Never satrsfred Dot I ve never seen an evemng go so fast Bob Some crowd there It made my old heart beat wnth Joy to see the young people havmg such a good trme Kay Was I embarrassed gorng through the recelvrng lmel Eleanor What happened? Kay Doug was standmg on the hem of my dress I took one step forward and was jerked back three steps 38 . K ti 'Q Q Q' ,MZ 0 4 r 1 f , n ' : -.X ' 'Bexar f XFX : ' . , . ' . t Dot: Jack Keller's orchestra made the evening complete. . I Y lllllf llllft Don I-Ia' Hal I would lrked to have seen that Dot Well absent mlnded you were standrng rxght there vshen ll happened Don Oh pardon me Bob I trxed a new dance step but It d1dn t work 'VIy feet seemed to be tn the way Eleanor I heard Dot Erbter say that her feet were kxlltng her Don Oh the mean thxngs Kay Don d1dn t have hrs scxssors wxth htm or he would have cut the strap of her shoe Eleanor Well Don IS very forgetful Dot And howl Remember the time you 1nv1ted htm up to supper and when he fmally arrxved he d already eaten? Bob Don no wonder you re a woman hater Don Well I must say we re gettmg no place fast Bob Eleanor ought to wrrte up the jumor play Whoofcnpoof s1ncc she xx as ln nt Kay Who else was ln xt bestdes Eleanor and Tommy Gleason? Eleanor Bradley Morse Eddre Conner Bevcrlv Clark Bob Bundock Jennxe Bxonde and Mary Yaskewxch Don Eleanor was so nervous I could see her shakrng from where I sat Bob I could hear her knees knockmg together Dot Wlth all the sound effects and motxons you two must have enjoyed the play Eleanor Let s forget my knees for a whlle and Ill wr1te up the play lf you want me Don Whxle you re at xt you mrght as well throw 1n the senxor play for good measure Eleanor Why don t you? You were 1n rt Don That was just one of my mmor parts Bob Wxll I ever forget Eddre Conner wavmg that bloater 1n R1ta s face Dot And the way Mr Totten strarghtened up when Altce Bryan came out m that bath mg surt' I wonder rf that s the kmd they wore when he was rn hxgh school? CAl1ce enters dressed 1n bathtng suxt D Alzce Good afternoon folks' Remember when mother was a gurl ? I was tn the fashxon show for the Mothers Tea I paraded before the ueen Don Ev Ptepenbrmg certarnly made a swell May Queen Dot Kay and Eleanor And behold three of her loyal attendantsl Bob Not to mentton Dorothy Cotton the Maxd of Honor Dot I thmk the Mothers Tea was better than ever th1s year Bob Me too I had such fun Don Yes and I saw some darlmg numbers rn the fashlon show Eleanor Boys wxll be grrls Don I-Iow about wrmng up the Roman Banquet Dot? You were hostess last year Bob Say Dot the frrst Roman Banquet was held rn our sophomore year wasnt tt Dot Yes the I.at1n Club has sure made a h1t wxth tts banquet each year Remember how the gym was decorated to resemble a Roman garden xx 1th a fountam rn one corner? Kay I ll say' We dxdn t get any kmves or folks but had to eat wlth our frngers and you dropped the sausages on the floor Dot O K Well sklp that Don But say don t forget to mclude that the Latmn Club has been orgamzed three years now and the members graduatrng thls year are the last of the charter members Dot I ve got that and also that Miss Dlmlck has been facultv advxser of the club srnce tts organlzatlon Don Well rf you re sure that all the materxal IS mcluded rn that artlcle we ll set lf aslde ur h the other frmshed materxal Don CP1cks up artlcle I Say here s a club that has offered the school some laughs Bob You must belong to lf You re only a brg laugh 39 G 1 ' X c or n O 4 1, vm I, A nf 4 A 1 W ,ge Q Qs . , ,. M A KX .. I N.- ' 1 . . . V . . , , . , Y I Y. . . , . I , . I . . ' y . , . . , . . . , 1 , . Y , . , . , ' . , . I , . g . . . ,, 7 ,, . I 3 Y , , I , . ' , l 1 'I I . , , , . , , Z , . . , . , . . . , . , . . . . . , . , . . . . . . , . , , . . , . . . , . . , . . , , I . I , , . , . I , , . I , . I , . . I . . , ,P - , . . . I , . 1 Y ' I , . , . , . . . , , , . - , Y , . . . . . - . l l . , . . . . . , . . . , , . . , s . , . . , . SX 0,5 5 J.- llllll llllr I Don No remarks from you w1se guy Kay Well Don what IS the name of the club? Don The Masquers Dot You were a Masquer 1n your sophomore year weren t you Eleanor? Eleanor Yes but there weren t very many of us from the Sophomore Class Kau Bob Don c ass Kay Bob lxay Elea Say Bob you got rn that year drdnt you? Yeah and Tom Gleason too Margaret Popp Helen Onofrey and Edxth Dempsey vsere the others from our Ill bet you had fun at that 1n1t1at1on Fun' If you call bexng murdered fun no more play for mel I ll bet they dxdn t even touch you nor What dld they do to you Bob? I don t remember Bob Oh they put me 1n an aeroplane and told me to ball out but they d1dnt grve me a parachute Don Too bad you dldnt yump Bob I d1d but the plane was s 1ll on the ground Don That s too bad Better luck next t1me Dol Drd the club do any th1ng that year Eleanor Eleanor We went oyer to Eaxrfleld and savy the Yale students gmye a play called The Prlvate Secretary The boys took gxrls parts Katy That must have looked funny Bob Boy oh boy And do I remember the 'Vlasquers Chrlstmas party Eats galore grab bag and ey erythrng Eleanor I don t see hoyx you could forget If w1th all that food you ate Bob Kazf Dot other Don Kay Bob Dot chm Let s not talk about the party anymore Weren t the plays that the Masquers gave good Wlaker of Dreams Where the Cross IS Made and what veas the name of the The Weddrng and they were all good because Bob wasn t 1n any of them Eleanor was secretary of the club last year Yes and more members of our class were 1n1t1ated 1nto thls dramatrc soc1ety Ill bet I looked cute at the 1n1t1at1on vuth all that gooey stuff and feathers on m The feathers made my nose tlckle and my nose made my eyes water and Don CBreaks rn D And I danced around the stage ln my underwear Remember when we went up to Wesleyan and saw that medxeval play Kmg Henry the IV P Eleanor It was nlce of them to 1nv1te us Wasn t lt? Kay Look here s thus year s plcture of Masquers Dot Eddle Conner looks like a noble presldent Don Yeah he was a good leader Eleanor Eddxe Conner was certamly the school comedlan of our operettas and m1n strels monkey Dot Remember when he chmbed up the poles on the stage and sang that song about a ? Don That was a natural all rlghtl CEdd1e pops m J Eddze Do I hear my name taken 1n vam' What was a natural? Bob What are you here for? Eddze For a whlle Don If you hang around here you re gomg to work CHands hxm mmstrel wrlte upj Eddze Do I remember thls Eleanor Do rt agam for us wxll you Eddxe? 40 Q . . I , , O ,A K ' O 2 7 10 O -.x ' V : f .. V !,.. 4 l N 1 XC X 'af sh 'QM ' 'X ' X . , ' . -. , , . . , , , V . , I I V . . , , . I V V I I . , . , t V V V : ' ' ' , . ' A . . . , . - V V I V . V . I V ' I f ' . . V 1 X I . ' , , ' D - u 1 vw ' ' y 1 ' y U - .V - V s . ' - 1 I . v ' ' 1 . V . I I I I . , a y . , . - as V V . . ' v T D lr -V .4 - ry . A s V s y 1 V , J . V V . - , . ' , , .. . V. Y V V ' ll ' 17 . . , , . . , . . V - V - . , . - V . . , . . v ' Y ' - f . , . - l '. ' v , , , . lllllt llllfr Dot We ve been watchtng Don all afternoon and we want to see somethlng funny QEdd1e srngs J Kay Well excuse you now Eddre Eddze No appreclatron fS1ngs on way outj Bob And he s belonged to Glee Club for three years Dot That s nothmg so have I Eleanor Well Dot why don t you smg somethmg? Dot Not me I had to smg m the class programs and that was enough for me Bob Gee I heard about those programs Eleanor You drdn t have as much talent IH your class as we had We had Brlchak Bob Brlchak comtng up I fooled you thrs trme Bllchak What can I do you for? Kay You can do us for a song Btlchak O K I-Iere goes nothmg CS1ngs D Eleanor Well that IS somethrng to wrxte home about Do! Brlchak was treasurer of the Glee Club thrs year Kay Speakmg of Glee Club how about all the money we saved on decoratrons last year at the Glee Club party? Eleanor Yes we used Wonder Bread wrappers for decoratxons Don Gee that must have saved a lot of dough Dot Yes when we fmally got there Kay Gee do you remember the bllzzard last February? It certarnly sporled the party plans of the Glee Club Eleanor Yes dldn t xt? The party was postponed unt1l the mrddle of Aprrl Don Yeah but when I woke up the mornrng followrng the blizzard I was glad to see that two feet of snow No school for a week and boy was that a welcome vacatlon Bob I ltked that part of rt all rrght but I never shoveled so much snow 1n my lrfe Don Yes and you re strll shovelrng but not snow Dot There was plenty to shovel anyway Traffrc was tred up for several days rn sprte of the fact that all our unemployed were put to work to remove the snow Bob That snow almost wrecked our chances of bemg 1nv1ted to the Yale Basketball Tournament Branford couldnt get down here through the drrfts to play us and our selectron had to be based on our prevxous record Don Well never mrnd that now We ve got rmportant school HCIIVIIIQS to wrrte up and one of them IS the Debatmg Club Bob Well you were rn lf Why don t you wrrte If up? Don O K I suppose I may as well Dot Say Don you were presrdent of tha club too What drd lt do? Don Well we held meetrngs every other week and debates on toplcs of the day were presented by some of our members Bob Gosh rt must have been rather dry Don Well of course you have to be able to follow a debate to appreclate It but I realrze that that IS ask1ng too much for one wrth your brarn power Eleanor It must have been good trarnrng though Say how dld that debate on the dtterlora ron of modern youth turn outa Don Brxggs Gleason and I won holdrng that modern youth rs becomlng worse Bob l-Iumph No wonder you won one look at you and the other two wolves and the judges probably gave you the debate on your reputatron Don Oh so you rc a wrse guy huh? 41 Q ' 0 o' t ,K E O ' 2 Q 0 4 ff? X ' XX ICM.. f Xxx Bob: Well, that was a good party. . . v , u v ' v Q L 1 - f D, , ' , , . O Illllt llllll all lxaa Why don t you two try attlng lrkt gen ltmtn for a thange Dot Dont let Bob get you dovyn Don At least the debate put on ln assembly yn as mttrtstrng Don Sure the students apprtcnttd our efforts lDot IS vsrxtmg yrgorously I Eleanor Whats the bxg mspxratlon Dot' DOI All th1s rtmmds me of the optretta and I thought I d vyrxtc rt up Bon That s rxght That optrt ta won the prrlt Prratts of Penzance wasn t ' Don Oh I suppose you want to hear hlm smg now Nothxng dorng Do! That outdoor concert of the Glee Club vxas somtthmg rf you ask mel Bob Yes that mght I vyxshed that I was 1n the club Katy I alvsays wondered how smgmg would come over those amplrfrtrs Didnt sound fmt Don Graduatlon IS gomg to be held out of doors tool Eleanor Let s pray for good Weather Bob Better get someone else to do the praymg I m afrard yours yy ouldn t take Eleanor XVell you pray for ram wrll you Bob Sure that ought to brmg farr weather Dot XVouldn t xt be terrlble rf we got our caps and gowns wet? Kay Oh I m thrilled at the slght of all the caps and gowns thrs year Don Oh You are' Fleanor Well the boys m our class are certalnly the best sports ever Don Don t fool yourself Bob Come on now Don you know you lrke to see the whole class dressed alxke don t you? Don Well let s forget xt now We re golng to get thls work done Here Bob You check thls pxece of Work Bob Sure Don I ll brmg lf to you rn the mornmg I have to go to get my halr curled for the banquet Don Well of all the nerve Dot That s an ldea I have to have my nalls done Eleanor And I have to put the hem 1n my dress Kaq You know Don you can work better vuthout any mterference' QAII leave J lDon begrns to work Fmally throws work m the vyaste basket 3 Don Nuts' lEx1ts J 42 ' , Q ' ' olx t Z S I OO , O 2 I la O 2 I ' " gg? I' X X , ex U lat' . L XX - . 1 - xx-- ' . , ' - ' ' 1 s I s 1 - t7 h I ' s s v V V I x s s V x ' x v v I 1 x ' yu Z 'AV 1 3 H .L 7 5' V ' . : ' ' ' ' ' . ' , . 1: ' ' . X 1: - " ' - f z ' it. Kay: I was surprised at the performance Ed Zorn gave. Some voicef ' H 1 Y 3 ' . A V: ' ' ' r f r . ' ' it . V? w U : I ' 3 ! . ' : H D I 3 I V V A Y Y I D V I . . ? Z VV . . V 3 Y V , . . .I Y g .V ,V . V . V , V . . ' , ' ' l ' 1 ' lv ' ' V A V. . , . . V - llllf llllllfi CLASS PROPHECY One May day in the year 1955 I read in the newspapers of a famous psychologist who claimed to be able to tell through mental elevision what anyone in the world was doing at that particular time Imagine my surprise at finding this notable person to be none other than my old schoolmate Evelyn Piepenbring Although I dldn t have much faith in the theory I decided to get in touch with a few others of the Class of 35 and go to see Evelyn for old time s sake I immediately sat down and wrote to Paul Lips Jean Sturrock Bill Lawrence Bea Johnson and Alice Bryan knowing that they were in the VICIHIIY and could probably accompany me All were able to come except Bea who was in charge of a children s home and was unable to leave at that time The others sent word that they would meet me at the building and I immediately made preparations to set out On approaching the metropolis in my new lavender sport model autogyro I noticed a great change Everywhere on the tall skyscrapers were red vellow green and various other colored lights lI'ld1C3t1Ilg the different lanes the autogyroes must take according to the direction they were going in Of course th1s was necessary for the sky was as crowded in 1955 the streets were back in 1935 I landed my gyro on the top of the old Chrysler building and hung it on a special hook in the roof garage I made my way down to the psychologist s office where I met my old school mates After the usual jovial greetings of How are you? and It s good to see you again after all these years we proceeded into the office Evelyn same friendly girl she used to be back in old Stratford High Just what is all this you claim to do? Paul asked Paul was no less doubtful of the art than I was I can tell you where any of your friends are right at this moment if they are on the face of the earth You may think this is impossible but you are wrong Remember how doubtful and unbelieving people used to be of the television? Now it IS a part of our everyday life You know of course that each person sends out thought vibrations Well this ap paratus is sensitive to these vlbrations and by a series of connections which I can make I can see anv person I wish to and tell all about them Th1S invention will in time raise the morals of all people and the world will become civilized to a much greater degree than for merly Well if what you say is true you ought to be able to tell us what our class at Stratford H1gh IS doing Alice returned Why of course that ought to prove interesting Evelyn said smiling and immediately set about making preparations to give us a glimpse of the world about us Everyone was exceptlonally still Jean giggled excitedly once or twice and then even she became impressed All eyes were focused on Evelyn At first she said nothing but kept her eyes glued on the clear crystal ball in front of her Then we could hear her murmuring softly As we pressed closer we heard her mentlon Matthew Kiely s name Finally we made out that Mat was em ployed at the time by The Vogue fashioning womens gowns At this there was what sounded like a grunt from Bill and a little giggle from Jean Aw Paul said how do we know that you re not making all this up I-low do we know that Mat is really doing this? Well Mr Doubtmg Thomas if I tell you what business you yourself are in at the present and what the others here are doing will you believe me? Sure if you can Paul answered in his self assured way Again Evelyn bent over the crystal ball I see a large object It looks something like a balloon It is rising to great heights Oh now I see Paul Lips he is in this large balloon 43 . U Q . ol t ff E O ' 6 1- I - Q . , 7 1 41 4:93 Q Q Q :eff X ,,L, Cx ' . . . , . . , . , , 1. 1. , 1 . ! H ' I 'I D 5 ' ' . , ' , , ' I ,I as . 1 . 1 j ' Y 4. v - D sv ' ' i was surprised and pleased to see us again. She hadn't changed in the least, but was still the , , r . . Y. 'I I v v C ' M . . I . . 1 . . . ,, lllllf lllfg Now I understand Paul Lrps you have become very famous You have explored the strat osphere rn a rocket shrp whrch you have desrgned yourself You have establ1shed rn the stratosphere a large theatre 1n whrch a famous tragrc actress IS belng starred Let s see who she IS ah xt rs Edmth Dempsey Edith you are certamly famous At thrs I was amazed for how could she know? Now let us change the scene W1ll1am Lawrence and Allce Bryan seem to be rn busxness together You are runnmg a school of self culture Brll rs the professor who teaches students to control therr blushes People who graduate from hrs course never blush when xt IS mconvenrent but can summon a blush when one would be becomrng Allce Bryan IS teachlng the subtle art of laughlng wlthout makrng a no1se She has made thrs accomplrshment very fashronable Isee that Jean Sturrock IS workmg ln the Televrsxon Broadcastxng Corporatron of Amerrca Whrle the announcers grve thexr long wrnded advertrs mg talks she dances rn the background to keep the audrence entertalned I see that you are 1n great demand Jean At thls even the skeptxcal Paul was amazed Oh gee I want to try your 1nvent1on may I Evy? Jean begged her eyes shrnrng at the thought Maybe I can see what some of our other chums are dolng Well Evelyn thoughtfully answered I guess you can t do any harm Come here Jean Ill show you what to do Now look closely 1nto the crystal ball and concentrate on one certarn thrng you wrsh to know Put all other thoughts from your mrnd Now what do you see? Watch closely' I see a large bulldxng rn the dlstance It s comrng closer closer Why II s an rmmense burldrng rn whrch there are all kmds of stores and offlces What s thrs? I m gettrng a close up of what looks llke a bank It IS In lf a very well dressed woman rs checklng her account wrth the very d1gn1f1ed and portly presrdent Howard Elwood of all people Well well the woman rs Rrta Coughlm who always d1d have a flare for clothes Now she rs a famous model Evelyn Gernat Howre s secretary rs talkrng to Mary Bahan the head teller Standxng rmpatlently at one wlndow drawlng upon hrs account IS an exceedrngly stout gentleman I-Irs notebook says that xt rs Charles Stults General Manager of A 8 P stores throughout the country He s managed to reach the top hasn t he? Allce asked What on earth' Jean broke rn the scene IS shxftrng to the corrrdor and now to a very modernlstrc and lovely room 1n the same buxldrng The others present smxled at Jean s bewrldered expressron She seemed scarcely able to bel1eve what she was see1ng Personally I wondered a lnttle at the poss1b1l1ty of see1ng these thmgs Jean contmued Over the door IS a notrce that the Mxsses V1ola Blydenburg and Dor othy Erbter thank all customers for patromzrng therr Rxtzy Beauty Salon and guarantee the most modern styles and methods rn town So Dot and V1ola are rn buslness together? It certamly seems l1ke old home week for there IS Elnzabeth Johnson wavxng Beverly Clark s harr As I peer over Bev s shoulder I see that Bev IS engrossed rn that smart soclety column Trt For Tat wrrtten by herself Racmg down the room drrvmg a very stout woman before them are Florence Merhxll and Lours Shrllarre It IS plaxnly evrdent that they are the Salon reducers and that thxs IS one of therr vlctrms As they near the door Louxse bumps mto Ruth Johnson who IS wrltmg up a report of the mystery noxels ln the Read Em and Weep book store of whxch she IS the owner Josephrne Truncone s1ttmg nearby appears to be a very eff1c1ent man1cur1st Standmg next to Ruth motlonmg and gesturlng IS a well dressed lady attemptmg to sell her a book entxtled Specral Care of Ingrown Toenarls by Trudy Why as I lrve and breathe rf 1t 1snt Gertrude Srmpsonl All thxs was very mterestmg to watch as well as llsten to for Jean s face was a study as she gazed 1nto the crystal ball Evldently she hadn t seen enough for she contlnued There IS Mary McG1ll the cashler and two halr dressers Dot Albrecht and Ruth Lawson Marguerxte Burns keeps close besrde them talklng as fast as ever She IS tryxng to sell them some new naxl polxsh whrch wrll not crack or peel rf left on from one January to the next 44 . Q . I ' Q sf ' r 0 6 o .V - K - V4 X J Y, V X X I ' seq! g - slit. XX - 4g NNY, . y V - - , , . . . . . , , , 1 1 ' 7 ' 1 ,, . . . , . , . . ,, . . V - V - .. - - VV V - V V V V - V U - VV rr VV .I V V V . V , . V - V VV . , . . . . . . . , . , . . , , V V . V V , . . , . . . - V V V - V VV .. V V VV - , . . U VV - .. - - A - . , c . . , . ,. . . . . V . . , . , . , V . , . . . . . . , V . , . . . - V V , . , . . . . - - 1 - V , , . . . . . . . V . V . . . , , , , V V - V . , , , . , . - , 1 7 ' 1 . . . . , . ,, . . . . , - . , . V . ,, . - . . 1 - V 1 ' . . V M6 lllllf lllf, The scene Sh1fIS agam I now see the lobby of the bulldmg The room IS crowded I see many famrllar faces Arent those two men engrossed rn conversatxon wlth a woman at he lnformatron desk John Hartnett and Bradley Morse? Thus by the way rs preslded over by Gertrude Wmter Bradley pxcks up a bag labeled Morse and Hartnett Snake Charmers and they hurry down the room and enter a door labeled Learn to Croon George Barlow Gommg across the lobby wrth seven or exght small chrldren rs Laura Drew Well 1 certalnly looks as nf Laura s dream of a kmdergarten has come true W1th her IS Emma Schell Laura s assrstant and Eleanor Koveck evxdentally the chlldren s nurse Let me see over on the wall rs an xndex of the occupants of the bu1ld1ng Of all the fam1l1ar namesl' HeresOlga Chr1st1e now a psychologrst studylng the mmds of Afrrcan headmen wrth Elnzabeth Shemet as her secretary I do bel1eve Jack Hurley and Hugh Hoyt have gone mto partnershrp as specnalrsts rn Pekmgnese dogs They guarantee to match any cos ume yellow prnk lavender wrth the approprrate shade of dog Charlotte Growfoot IS therr head stenographer Why It was when we were sophomores that Walt Rozrnsky prophesred that Jack was gomg to be an undertaker It seems that he was wrong that trme And here further down on the mdex we have Arlme Kreglmg now a throat spec1al1st asslsted by Sally Ahern Betty Malle a nurse IS keepmg Mary Klevecz wrth her as dental hygremst Strollmg lersurely toward the elevator are those two Srde Splxtters of the Arr Bundock and Lounds both commonly known as Bob The crystal ball follows them through the burldlng mto the broadcastmg studlos where they s1t to wart for thelr program to begm Next to them IS MrchaelB1lchak who has taken to the smgmg of operatrc arras and Joe Devltt once one of Stratford Hlgh s star athletes now a vshlz at recltmg sentxmental poetry and rn great demand Before the mlke IS Fred Martmo of the Gentleman Next Door fame Freda Trmeshuk smgs lullabres to accompany hrs charmmg storxes for the lrttle tots Over rn the control room IS Edward Zorn adjustmg sound effects Across the hall IS a door wxth the names of Marlon SWIQIZ and Madelxne Wagner who run the famous Touchless Typmg School That remxnds me do you remember when Marlon won the dlctatlon champxonshrp when she was a semor? That was a feather rn her cap as well as ours Alrce began by thus trme to thmk Jean had had enough and so 1nterrupted Oh Eve lyn why don t you gxve me a turn? I want to see what my old chums look lrke and what they are domg Alrce was brought before the crystal ball and Evelyn gave her the necessary mstrucerons You must have to use your1mag1nat1on a lot to get anythmg out of thxs because xt all looks hazy to me Wa1t a mnnute Its shapmg 1nto somethmg now a large burldrng Yes lt s a theatre Perhaps 1f you use a lrttle patrence you may see what you re lookmg for Jean remarked Well I can t say that your own powers of mental telepathy are any too good Allce snapped back Paul quxetly 1nterrupted the lrttle argument saymg that he d llke to hear more and Allce went on wrth her observatron Oh look at all the commotlon she contrnued no won der Theres Mary Steel the rage of the screen bemg pursued by Walter Haggerty a sly vrllam Walter has attarned Hollywood success playrng these parts My Look at the object of hrs affectrons It s none other than Joan May who rs playmg the part of a happy go lucky herress They say that they haven t had such a screen actress srnce Greta Garbo untrl Joan stepped forth At thxs pomt B1ll asked facetrously lf she wanted to be alone too Always havmg hrs lxttle Joke Bxll IS Gracrous There s a great commotron rn the audrence A woman has famted That s Dorothy Flanagan the theatre nurse runmng to help her What ho' The woman Who famted IS Betty Tracy our new French Ambassador The usherettes are carrymg her out What a lot of our class members are ushers There are Elxzabeth Sabo Evelyn Murcko and Dot McNally There must be an mtermlsslon now for everyone IS gomg out 1nto the lobby 45 . G . I t, Q ,A O 4 '- O : K is 1 ' l lr 'e Y , . e eeig X . Wg. xx U . . ' . . . 4 . . . . . u e , - , e . . , , - v f Y ,, .. e 1 , . - , . , L . , . . . . . Y , - - . f . - ,, . . . . , , .. , , . 5 Y I V V ' - 1 . . . , , . ,, . . A . . . , ' v l , , . , , . . , V . , , . , . , . . , , . . . , . , . . . . . . - . - 1 n . , . . . . . . ,, 1 ' Y - , . . f - . - ,. , . ,, . . . . . , V - . H , . H . . . , - H , . H 1 ,Y - 1 , . . . . , . . Y - - .. - H - .. ' v 1 v - , . - Y f , . . . . , , , . ' , . . . , - - . , . . - , ., . . , . . , , . , , . , . 4, . V , . . . . , . , . . , . . - , 1 e . , , we lllllf IUUNL Q Flora LaRue rs out there sellmg candy at a confectroner s stand The sweets she sells manage to keep her plump Flora IS talking to another vsoman She looks famrlrar too She rs rt s Glacla Varl who appears to have contracted thc g1ft of gab and that must be her husband wrth her Thls looks like a mob scene commg up o the stand now Yes lt s Allce Smart wlth a number of young ladres She s sayxng somethmg As far as I can make out rt 15 her drama class and she has brought them to see the play because If IS one of Tan1a Srkorsky s best preces of work What a queer looklng contraptron over rn the corner That looks l1ke Betty Olson vx ho IS s andlng beslde nt She s manrpulatmg her latest 1nvent1on for sellrng tlckets It s supposed to elrmlnate any effort on the part of the box offlce grrl Look who the cashrer IS Barbara Carroll She always d1d aspn-e to do bankrng work drdn t she? She s gone back mto the offrce and rs conferrmg Wlth another woman It appears to be yes there IS Edna Dams wlth Lols Callendar dorng the theatre s bookkeeprng Oh I do wrsh you could see that dashrng gentleman rn the rnner offrce At rh1s vse cautroned her that rt was rm possrble for hlm to Jump out of the Crystal even 1f she dxd break mto It lmagrne our surprrse when she contrnued It s Thomas Gleason and he s manager of the theatre Can you beat that They say he trles to get to the matlnees but only manages to arrlvc 1n t1me for the nrght performance Hrs secretary 1S a charmmg woman Indeed lt s Catherme Dulya She s haung a Job answermg all the questrons whlch two reporters are f1r1ng at her They are Do Cotton and Marlon Page revrewrng the play They re trymg to get an rnteruew w1th Galy Lapxn one of the star stage performers She s qulte a drawmg card The1r notes say that the costumes were deslgned by Adalme Truchon and Mrldred Nasson It seems they acqulred therr rdeas after studymg abroad Oh the theatre rs all dark agarn Th1s part rs good though They re showrng a newsreel taken by Art Newman and George Horne who are partners rn a s unt durxng whrch George photographs the heretofore unknown whrle Art takes hrm through the heavens 1n h1s Jump the Bumps plane Hmmmmmm Art always was up to somethrng orrgrnal I never would have thought rt of George though The newsreel has come down to earth now but IS no less darrng There goes a man rn a car oxer the roughest land and at what a speed Oh my lands' He turned over twrce He s rlght srde up now and wrthout a scratch Can you lmagme that? Its Don Cowdery testxng a Studebaker car on 1ts provrng grounds Well there s nothmg l1ke haung our class represen ed on land 1n the arr and on the water It also shows Abe Danberg as he came ln uctorrous over all othcr comp rtors rn the Internatlonal Swrmmlng Meet Just a playmate of Neptune But say I shouldn t mrnd playlng wrth the old fellow myself rf I could sa1l around IH a steamboat l1ke that one There s Captaln Edmund Oakes Ill bet he never thought he d be captarnxng a l1ner whrch could cross the ocean 1n twenty four hours That seems to be the end of the newsreel The or chestra IS tumng up now Why lt says on the program that the orchestra leader IS Charles Stosse and hrs men are playrng one of hrs orxgrnal composrtlons Waltz of the Butterflles I see that he has acqu1red drgnrty by growmg a goatee We have three representatrons rn the play cast There are Anna Johnson Josephme Mrcklos and Dons Ket les Some surprnslng thlngs do happen 1n twenty years don t they? The very clever and tasteful programs I see were prmted by Jack Macgregor who also conducts a Learn to Loaf 1n Three Lessons school Ummmmmm how I yearn to hear what I see That s Susre Freeman on the stage now smglng one of her blues songs She s done just what everyone thought she d do made a brg success of herself on Broadway Oh there are two more Stratford grads on the program Harry Bancroft IS to do a sword swallowlng stunt And there s Drck D Louhy who wrll add more varlety to the program as a harmony lad They say Once a crooner always crooner you know After thls Allce turned away from the crystal and havmg become rnterested 1n the ob serxatrons of the others Iwanted a turn at lt VVhen I looked mto the crystal I could see no hlng at IIISI except somethlng whxch looked l1ke smoke Eventually th1s cleared away and I saw a place whlch looked somewhat famrllar It was the Great Central Statron of 46 q , ' V ' " oo Q' ,-ff 3 o O ffggett ' I kc X 'tif I I N X l Nefig. f xx . 1 . 1' ' 'V , . . . , . ., . . 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I . , . . . , , 3 , . , I 1 ' V v ' Y x O ft 0 ,afar NS Stratford xx hrch vxas now a flourlshmg metropolxs It had certamly changed A frrst I couldn t Imagine wha one of the men was dorng gesturmg and hopplng about llkc 1 cheer leader but fmally I saw who lf was Rlchard Donaldson a tram announcer Cn a brllboard nearby there was a very charmmg grrl posed for a Frazlcr Toothpaste advertlscmcnt drawn by John Flynn It greatly surprlsed me to see xt was my best frlend Joan Spada Another pos cr advertised Raymond Tomceys prlvate school for boys 1n whxch he IS the Latxn professor There was Phyllis Stevens grgglmg over rn the corner as usual I wondered ws hat was so f r y th1st1me She had just bought a newspaper from George Nash and was readxng the latest comrc strlp sensatron Harrlson Doyles Andy Chump Well I dldn t blame her Toad always was a cut up The paper was edrted by Doug Blckley There was Thomas Flllp the off1c1al clock wmder wmdlng the 365 day clock A crowd was gatherrng over 1n one sectlon of the level' Bob Tremallo seemed to be rn the center of rt He was evldently a newspaper man snappmg a plcture of some celebrrty The celebrlty was none other than Rlchard Briggs wxth a crowd of women gathered around hlm I mlght have known rt was he he hadn t changed rn the least All the ladles had books for hlm to srgn entrtled The Psychology of Women by Rlchard Cady Brlggs and Donald Horace Bunce There seemed to be another a tractron over 1n another corner It was all very strange They even furnrshed entertamment for patrons whlle they warted for the1r tram or autogyro Pearl Brren was playlng the piano accompanymg Eddre Bowen who was croonmg The sxgn announced that they were the most famous palr rn stage entertammg The scene then changed to the Great Central Barber Shoppe It was certamly well equlp ped There I saw Florence Barton 1n one corner a dental hygrenlst Anthony Petr17zo was the head barber assxsted bv Evere t May June Peck was quletly carrymg out her dutles as head manncurlst The scene before my eyes shrfted to the Western Unron offrce Employed there was Pearl Qulnton as code recexver She was asslsted by Helen Buda V1ctor1a Rack1ew1cz and Helen Peleponrck I notrced many beautlful murals on the walls of all the levels They were he work of Agnes Tomasko She had certamly rrsen to great herghts Just then a belge colored stream lmed tram purred lnto the statxon and from lf stepped a woman who seemed magnetrcally to a tract all eyes to herself It was Edna Shean She always was dorng the unexpected and at thxs trme she was celebrated as the world s famous parachute jumper making daredevxl Jumps from her prrvate bllmp rn the Stratosphere The post OfflCC was IH charge of Anna Duch and Mary Rolnlck Edmund McGee came out of the autogyro entrance wlth Eleanor Garry Edmund certamly looked the part he played that of a mlllxonalre playboy Hrs dlamond pm couldn t be outshone Eleanor and he sat rn the lounge charrs scattered about These were the most comfortable ones I d ever seen rn a stauon They bore the label The Ronme Jones E Z Rest Charrs and the slogan You re 1nv1ted to loaf For some reason maybe to advertlse hrs work for whlch he has gxven over hrs lxfe Ronnle was peacefully sleepmg rn one of them In the Petrte Dress Shoppe nearby I notxced he proprretor was Edna Goudreau and rt made me remember what a whrz she was rn sewmg She could make a couple of dresses whlle I could only cut one Inslde the shop there were many charmmg models Among them were Dot Kokel Marlon Peterman Celra Kochls and Ruth Sorensen Helen Babey was Edna s prrvate secretary At the next change m the scene I thought I was see1ng a regular free for all Ingrrd Erxcson was gnvmg a lecture for the Woman s Home MISSION and next to her perched on a soap box was Tommy Moore askmg for contrlbutxons to establlsh a course rn Socxal Problems at the local Y M C A Each seemed to be trylng to out shout he other A huge burly polrceman wlth an a1r of bustllng rmportance was called to calm the dlsturbance and who should xt be but Roger Dlamond Roger seemed to recognxze them and therefore let them off wxth a warnmg 7 . 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Nearby was a cute puppet show playrng the ever popular Jomeo and Rulret There was Pete Bondr dressed rn velvet pantaloons and wearrng hrs harr rn long glossy curls lrke those of artrsts of he srxteenth century pullrng the strrngs and talkrng The show was Pete s own and seemed to be runnrng very successfully At thrs pornt Paul mterrupted me sayrng Here grxe me a chance I admrt you have all been dorng pretty well but I ll not be entrrely convrnced untrl I see for myself Seerng rs be lrevrng you know And so lrttle Paulre got hrs chance All I m able to make out at present rn the crystal ball rs a whrte cloud gradually becom rng thrnner Now I can see somethrng dark formrng As rt becomes clearer I see that rt rs a grgantrc constructron project of some sort apparently rn the western part of the Unrted States The crystal ball rs now takrng me to what seems to be the headquarters burldrng and wart a mrnute why rt says The John Fuchs Munrcrpal Power Company and from the rnscrrp tron on the tablet I learn that our old classmate has fallen herr to mrllrons and rs the frnancral backer of the government project John always could handle money well Thrs seems to be a Class of 35 reunron at work One door has on rt rn gold letters the name of Leeman Curtrs chref engrneer He must have forgotten the saxophone maybe rt s just as well he mrght have drsturbed someone s peace of mrnd Now I am taken rnsrde and there s Lee hrmself leanrng back rn a cushroned charr feet on the desk and a crgar rn hrs mouth as brg as lrfe A I look at the burldrng drrectory just rnsrde the door I see more famrlrar names Under the head of power broadcastrng drvrsron I see the names of Arthur DuBo1s Crawford lVlacAllrster Pryce Bowen and Wrllram Brudnak They certarnly have accomplrshed therr arms I an now see several very rmpor ant lookrng people comrng rn and as one gentleman presents hrs card to none other than Ruth Lawton Leeman s secretary Cgolly I drdn t thrnk Ruth would ever come thrs close to chemrstry agarnj I see done rn very handsome engravrng Mr Rrchard Mrtchell Government Inspector Washrngton D C You strll have that leadershrp abrlrty haven t you Drck? Say gang I wonder rf he steers clear of the females at the socrals rn the caprtal? Both Ruth and Leeman seem very much surprrsed There rs some hearty handshak mg Drck rs now rn roducrng hrs companron who rs none other than Natalre Drmrck Secre tary of Labor My she went skyrocketrng to success Just at thrs moment one of the doors opens qurckly and a dark harred gentleman rushes wrldly rn By the look on hrs face he rs greatly drsturbed over somethrng He has an empty hydrochlorrc acrd bottle rn hrs hand and rs showrng rt to Leeman and from what I can make out he rs greatly upset because someone stole the last brt of acrd the bottle had contarned And would you belreve rt rt s Tony Cravero strll the same old chemrstry wrzard He greets hrs old acquarntances and leaves more subdued than before On the door by whrch Tony has just left rs wrrtten Chemrcal Engrneer rng Department Anthony Cravero Superrntendent It s a good thrng they gave hrm a job as boss or he certarnly would explode Now the group rs leavrng the burldrng apparently on a tour of rnspectron From all appearances rt rs after workrng hours and over there rs a neat lrttle freld house surrounded by a beautrful athletrc freld for the amusement and physrcal benefrt of the labor ers There rs a prng pong game gorng on and a husky lookrng chap rrses He rs apparently lookrng around for somethrng Oh yes hrs ducky lrttle prng pong cap Now he has found t No rt rs too small He grabs another that must be rt Its certarnly brg enough N tha rsn t rt erther ah Now he has rt He gets up to bat left handed Hrs opponent taps a nrce one rrght over that fellow certarnly has a mean swrng but he drdnt connect' Hrs opponent serves agarn and boy he connected that trme But what a shame he broke the paddle why what do you know rt s another old school Chum Bob McCarty' Strll up to your old trrck eh Mac, On the door of the freld house I see the name of Edward Davrs drrector assrsted by Alex Kopchrk Yes I remember both of these boys were sport frends Tvto men are workrng on an electrrc socket above the door-oh oh one chap strcks hrs frnger on a lrve wrre and tumbles off the step ladder I wonder who rt rs? Why rts James Hrlll 8 , . Q ' lx ff , Q ,nf I O 2 In . K o . , -w 3 xc I ' X I rd: Q xl! K.. X .,. X tx v ' Ao ' vu , . . . K v ' . . . . .. -Y - , , . n ' ' . . ,, , . . v - ' ,, , , . , ' - . . , , . . . t . . . 1 l - , , . . . . . , . . g , , . . . . , . , . . . , . . - , , , , - S .. . V v . , . . C . 5 . . . . K , . , . , , , , 1 v , . , . . .. . Y V - - , , . . . . , - , , . . . . 4 . . . . . . . - . s. K y , . , . f s , , . . . . . ., . . , , - 1 . . . . I . . . , - . . , , . . . , , - ,, . . , . . . , . 1 ' y 1 . , , ' . , . . . , . , r. , . , . . o, M .,.. , . . . , . . . . , . . , , , 1 , . . , - , 1 , , 1 . S. , . , . . . . V 1 1 . . . . . , . , . , , xQ.' of O O . Q N skgtdf- XTX No wonder I didn't recognize him with that blonde beard. And the other fellow still on the ladder laughing at poor Jim is Louis Kramer, grown slightly bald. I can't remember a time when he wasn't smiling. The crystal ball is now showing a sedan dirigible taking newsreel shots. Standing beside it are two pilots. Sure enough, they are William Qubeck and Doug Holmes. As I recall it, they both had this ambition at high school. And the photographer who is inside the ship dickering with his camera is Henry Barnes, who has expanded considerably east and west. As I go on, I see Bob Bradley, John Andel, and Frank Stiles all in blue uniforms with shiny badges, as big as life. They seem to be the men to keep law and order around the place. Now I am approaching another building which seems to be filled with sections containing a number of institutions. On the door of the drafting and designing department, I see the names of Virgil Pullen, Kenneth Todd, Walter Rosinsky, Richard Ochsner, and Roy Monson. Twenty years ago I never could have pictured these fellows all doing the same work together. Here is an interesting department, that of the paymaster, who is William Demsky. On his staff are Charles Spada, John Rudine, Louis O'Brien, and Lawrence Yansick. Here is a large bronze tablet informing me that Dot Stegeman and Anita Pengue are responsible for the beautifying of this site. It's funny looking art, but that is, no doubt, due to their futuristic ideas. Here is a gymnasium under the direction of Margaret Popp and Dot Stenstream, for the women employees. Margaret must have gotten her incentive from the senior play. And here is a neat little restaurant under the fine direction of Eleanor Swanson, assisted by Joe Troy, Out in back of the stand they run a Persian cat farm. Not that the two have any connection! Here is a very important section, the first aid hospital. There's Otto Schoen coming out of the door dressed in white and very anxious to talk to somebody about some- thing, as usual. And there is Virginia Doyle, who is assisting him. "Now the crystal ball is taking me to the general repair shop, and do you remember the fellow who used to be Mr. Sambrook's right hand man in that line of work? Yes, you've guessed it. It is Larry Sparling, and he is now head of this department. I can see him in there working with as much speed as he ever did and he is telling two more of our old class- mates jus: what to do and to hustle about it. They are Frank Snyder and Perry Hyslop. "I am now able to see the telephone switchboard room, and there are Anna Timeshuk, and Dorothy Ciura making connections. I can see nothing more now: the entire vision has faded. Well, I'll admit this game is pretty clever. Leave it to you, Ev, to go into such a business. Here, Bill, take a look into the vast World around you and tell us children what you visualize." "As I gaze into the magic crystal I see a white cloud forming. It is now taking the shape of an enormous building and the letters are becoming more visible. They are now readable: The North Parade Hotel-Mgr. Edward Conner. Why, I never even thought Eddie was interested in hotel management: however, Edward always did like the managerial end of things. Look! The magic crystal is taking us inside. There stand Alois Tesla, Irene Sme- thurst, and Rita Deneen acting as host and hostesses. We are now moving to the bul ' board and here is an interesting note, 'The well-known inventors, George Chubirk Maclntyre, Charles Webb, and Hugh Hunter will be our guests at a dinner given ' It seems that George has invented a device to prevent curtains from blo ' dows are open. Jessie has proven that when one erases, the mark i not into it, a problem which she has been trying to solve sin Hugh Hunter and Charley Webb have turned naturalists ' for fish known as 'Catch 'Em, Never Miss 'Em', webs stronger. Boy, what inventors we had ' accomplish something in the world, di ' "Ah, our crystal now show letin o, Jessie in their honorl' wing when the win- s rubbed off the paper and ce the days of her Trig class. with Hugh making a painless hook and Charley, a compound to make spiders' in that class. I always felt that those four would dn t you? s an old streamlined truck drawing up in front of the hotel. 49 O W5 ad? P3517 XX Its dr1ver IS now unloadmg trunks all marked The Hot Footers Dancmg Troupe dlrect from Broadway I wonder who they can be Here come a few old classmates Helen Manwarmg Soph1e Bakunas Ph11 lVl1lhol1k and Stuart Anderson Some steppers Ill say but that was the1r ch1ldhood amb1t1on and lt looks as though they are makxng a success of lt Well good luck anyway Two rather pompous sedate look1ng 1nd1v1duals are now approach1ng Well as I l1ve and breathe they re B111 Ottaway and B111 Severance Don t you remember B111 Ottaway the presldent of French Club and B111 Severance that f1ne chem1st when we were 1n S H S? Sure you do and now Ottaway much soph1st1cated and wear1ng a monocle IS a French pro fessor at Harvard and Severance a chem1stry professor at the same place Look at those two runnmg down the hall It appears to be the house detectrve and a fugrtxve Say that clever sleuth IS Ed Cranson He seems to be up to h1s old tr1cks aga1n chasmg people around Well we w1sh you good luck Ed and hope you catch your man at all t1mes There seems to be a crowd gather1ng over yonder Let s see 1f the crystal w11l take us there Look an 1nterv1ewl Those be1ng 1nterv1ewed are none other than those 19 hour round the world flyers Anthony Err1co Jxm Malarky B111 Meaney Ernest Reaney Fred Danowskr and that d1st1ngu1shed BVIBIIIX Jenny B1onde And w1ll you take a look at whos 1nter v1ew1ng them M1ldred Barney reporter for the Zamo1da synd1cated tablo1ds Gosh' I thought those faces were fam1l1ar from the start The crystal s takmg us on a tour of the 1nterest1ng parts of the hotel Let s board the elevator and look at the k1tchen And who takes us dovsn 1n th1s elevator but Kenny Hme? Don t you remember how qu1et he was 1n our Tr1g class? We are now down at the k1tchen There IS a door labeled DIQIIIIBHS and you know The North Parade Hotel has the world s best See the door lS open1ng and we are be1ng taken 1ns1de I bet you would never bel1eve who IS 1n there Before our eyes appear those d1st1ngu1shed d1et1t1ans Adel1ne Warner or1g1nator of the Warner souffle Sena Russell Anna Kosko and Helen Onofrey famous for her cr1sp guaranteed to melt 1n your mouth waffles We ve always wondered why all the meals at The North Parade were so good and now we know Now we re taken to the med1cal department Well 1f we aren t be1ng ushered 1n by an attract1ve look1ng nurse Ann Shrell Look here comes the doctor It s Jul1us Har1s kevxch H1 Doc' We re off aga1n 1n a d1fferent d1rect1on Th1s t1me to the athletnc department There s a srgn entrtled D1rector and Coach Insrde of the OfflC6 llmbeflng up on a spec1ally made trapeze IS B111 Shek and besxde h1m h1s BSSISIBHI Bert Arnold A woman enters Paulme P1rha1a the gym 1nstructor for the women Qu1te an ath1et1c department I d say The crystal IS cloudmg over' The v1s1on IS fadmg Its gone Well I hope you people are thoroughly conv1nced by now that my work lS not anythmg whrch a quack m1ght 1ndulge 1n Evelyn sard Most people do not bel1eve me but of course I can t allow everyone to look IHIO the crystal as you d1d I expect that some day my exper1ment Wlll revolutlonlze the world We all agreed for by that t1me we all knew that the crystal ball was quxte credlble and after plann1ng to meet aga1n somewhere at a future date we sa1d our goodbyes and went our way EDITH DEMFSEY Narraior 50 . 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V ' 1 ' - . , . ,, , . . . . . . . . , - 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . , 1 . 1 - . . . . . . , ,, .. . . . 1 . . . . ,, , ,, . 1 - 1 1 1 . . 1 . . . . . ,, 1 1 1 1 lllllf llllff CLASS WILL STATL or CONNECTICLT TOWN OF STRATFORD STRAT1 ORD HIGH SCHOOL We of the most ambltrous most lllustrlous and most modest class ever to graduate from thrs grand school bemg sound rn mrnd and body C body anywaylj bequeath many thrngs to many people We grve and dev1se To Mr Ireland and the School Board In due apprecratlon of therr work and consldera t1on lots of happrness and prosperrty To Mr Rogers and h1s assrstants The hope that rn the future they may fund a class almost as flne as ours flt s lmpossrble to equal rt D To the Faculty Some more really smart students Clrke us! so they may retaln the true color of thelr harr as long as possible To the Fathers Club Some money source unknown to rermburse therr treasury To Jack Strasburger A new type of bow so he can get a bulls eye rn a gxrl s heart as we as 1n an archery target To Peggy Stevenson A new basketball and baseball star to keep her occupled next year one of those tall sllent handsome men To Wrlllam Esmond Drck Ochsners radxo knowledge to add to h1s own so hell be Stratford s flrst radro genius To Helen Baker Helen Manwarmg s courage so she may become Stratford s new blues smger To Murrel Evxtts A new job for her boy frrend so she wont be left alone Saturday mghts To Marguerlte Kohler Eleanor Swanson s knack of holdxng her man To John Keane Hugh Hunter s suave manner wrth the farr sex so he may be the most outstandlng femxnme and athletlc interest of the Class of 36 To Sally Nothnagle H1gh scholastrc s andmg so she may duplrcate her sxster s achreve ment To John Arrlngton Some of Howxe Elwood s pep vrm vrgor norse etc To Fred Thompson B111 Lawrences abrlxty to play thrrd base so he can be on the champronshlp team rn the rntermural league To Andrew Lescheshen Mrchael Brlchak s guxtar so he may become Stratford s srngxng cowboy o Vera Lmdqurst A steady boy frrend to keep her occupxed dur1ng her semor year Mrchael Adams An av1at1on magazme to help hmm along on hls chosen profession May MacDan1el Ruth Johnson s reducrng d1et Dorothy Franclsco-Mary Klevecz s graceful carnage I Dorothy MacMrllan Half hour passmg perrods so she may be w1th her boy frrend onger Wxllxam Andrews George Chublrkos success rn chemrstry I Thomas Babjak Brlly Demskys abnlxty to prtch one hrt ball rn the rntermural eague To John Keenan Mac McCartys trusty bat to help hrs battrng average over that 300 mark To Sanford Todd Hrs brothers football abrhty so Stratford may be blessed wrth another star end 51 1 ' N Q - Q' 3 ,dbg wr O Y -. 4 Q Q 'aff Six X WJ., XTX ll ' . To Robert Terrill-Ed Conner's humor and loose tongue so girls won't think he is just To . - . , . . . . ' To . - , . . t To ' ' ' . To . F- - . . . . To . . - . , , . ' To . - . , . . . - . . . XG llllllf Illllifr To Jack Garfreld Some of Lours Kramers scholarshrp abrlrty so he wrll be able to compete on the football basketball and baseball team next year To Elsa Anderson Some one good at strollrng to take Otto Schoen s place by her srde To Srdney Barley Mac McCarty s baseball abrlrty so he may frll Mac s shoes next year and make an All Legron outfreld To Adrran McDonough A lrttle of Don Cowdery s ambrtron o he can pep up a lrttle next ear To Ruth Lengel Eleanor Swanson s charm so she can become a real captrvator next year To June Len Mary Steel s stature so she may become a lrttle more notrceable rn h Stratford Hrgh corrrdors Walter Kaslow Ed Zorn s book How to Attract Women o Davrd Stegeman-Some one to take hrs paper route so he can see the ball games o Lorrarne Andes A certarn senror s shadow so she won t become lonely next year Rrchard Narramore A new tennrs partner so he wont be evrcted durrng the frrst round o Ruth Grbson A basket full of apples to place on the desk of her teachers o Genevreve Garfreld A new boy frrend to take the place of her Ex who moved to Devon Dorothy Fasold The ennrs champronshrp of the state o Jean Ettershank An audrence who wrll apprecrate the story of her operatron o Fred Hylen Phrl Mrholrch brush harr cut so he wrll be able to scare away the boogre man To Harry Huesh Lours Kramer s scholastrc record To Ruth Fagal A boy frrend to take the place of farthful Roy To Gertrude Frese A memory book to keep track of assrgnments To Fred Eastwood and Arthur Gustavson Tom Gleason s frghtrng sprrrt rn basketball so Stratford wrll be able to brrng home the champronshrp agarn next year To Aldona Ernorrs A parr of roller skates to enable her to arrrve at her typrng class on trme and thus avord knockrng all the papers off the desks as she passes up the crowded arsle To Elrn Parsons Evelyn Prepenbrrng s charmrng personalrty To Ruth Reynolds Professor Ernstern s Book of Theory so that she may rnterpret rt for the world o George Hug Brll Lawrence s baseball skrll o James Ahern Roger Dramond s typrng abrlrty Leslre Blakeslee A box of grapenuts to make hrm grow brg and strong o Robert Stone Brll Shek s athletrc abrlrty so he can make the football team o Alan Storrs Part of Ed Zorn s vorce to rncrease the volume of hrs o Clark Stowe Paul Lrps posrtron rn the Brology Club so he can play wrth the frsh o Frank Voos Mr Totten s knowledge of saxophone tootrng o Donald Wheeler Jack Hurley s tennrs abrlrty 32 George Whrte A quret prous personalrty to keep hrm from makrng the Scandals of 19 Carolrne and Marjorre Holmes Frank and Ernest Reaney for boy frrends o Helen Barton A few rnches of Mary Steel s herght o Frances Jepson Edna Davrs abrlrty to get hrgh marks rn sewrng o Ruth Johnson A book of new alrbrs so she won t have to return to school after noons o June Rauscher Agnes Tomasko s shorthand abrlrty o Sally Rerd Betty Olson s posrtron at the trcket offrce o Lrllran Stowell A parr of dancrng slrppers so she may keep up her good work Laurel Skrnner Alrce Bryan s place rn the Brrght Sayrngs Club o Albert Smrth An auto so he can frnrsh hrs paper route rn trme to do hrs homework 52 Q v ' of K fi E ag O , f sk 425. l -4 V r - - ' r 4 To F ' " T ' ' . 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M lllilf Illlll lk yarn often O O O O O Mxldred Seward A box of Pep so she may be the sh1n1ng star of he Senxor Class Evelyn Kreglmg A permanent lease on a yarn factory so she w1ll never run out of Edward Forstrom Mat Kleley s technlque ln shootmg baskets Joseph Elxas John Fuchs sk1ll at htttmg the golf ball Mlldred Donahue Emma Schell s posmon at the fnles 1n the school lrbrary Myrtle Crane Lounse Schnllalres system of sellmg candy Nelson Carey Joe Devxtt s posmon on the baseball dlamond Cornella Goddard-Soph1e Bakunas style of dancxng Shnrley Smlth and Evelyn Ball Posrtlons on the gxrls basketball teams Wrllram Knlroy Bradley Morse s book on The Correct Way to Delrver Mllk Antornette Veronelln A chance at next year s hxghest honors Elrzabeth and Kathenne Andrews Jenme Blonde s and Agnes Tomasko s places the Senex Cum Laude To Rudolph Serdwxtz A paxr of handcuffs so he won t slap people on the back of thexr necks To Jerry Shea John Hartnett s qulet ways for obvlous reasons To Irvmg Bradley The dxstmctron of fallxng ln lose w1th the deans daughter of whatever college he attends To Herbert Chapm A bugger stuck so he can collect more hrts next season To John Ch1snall and Lucrlle Dunbar A change of theme song from Love and Gloom to Smooth Saxlmg o Harry Chorney Vxrgrl Pullens track ab1l1ty o John Corda B111 Shek s abxllty ln shot puttmg o Edward Claussen A stra1ght jacket so he won t pester the hall guards 0 Bur on Church Reggle McNamara S abrlxty as a sxx day b1ke rxder so he may become the future Iron Man of bike rldmg To Raymond Danrelx A paxr of roller skates so he may v1s1 a certam young lady more O O O O O ITlOI'I11I'1gS VCHI' O O O O O Wllllam DelmOmC0--A steady girl So he wont bother all the other grrls Arthur Derby Mac McCarty s fielder s glove so he can catch fl1es next year Margaret Rogers Another hxstory play to be grven for Boosters Bet y Savacool A lastrng prcture of Thomas Gleason Louise Sllvestro Some hlgher marks so she ll be well satxsfxed 1n her senror year Edxth Marcus A couple of mufflers so Kmg Street won t be dlsturbed on school Wanda Refkowskr The secretaryshlp of the Senex Cum Laude Marlon Post A car so she can get to school wxthout trouble Edxth Pearson and Mary Peramba Tony Cravero s alkatlveness Anna Srmko-Helen Manwarmg s basketball ab1l1ty Edward Kleps and Cy nl Lawrence A pmg pong set so that they may b n xt s champs O O O O O O O O Louxs Dermody Rlchard D Louhy s skull 1n dr1v1ng a car Colm I-lamlrn Louns Kramer s physrque Harrnett Garlxck Dorothy Stenstreams ab1l1ty to take part mn operettas Edlth Frederrckson Vrrgnma Doyle s way of vamp1ng Wllbur Euerle Donald Cowdery s way of making unbelrevable tales sound true Arthur Dayton Wllllam Demsky s way of conquermg Soclal Problems Charles Clark B111 Lavs rencc posntlon on the hall patrol Betty Gordon Alnce Smart s scholastic average George Garllck Julxus H8flSkkVlCh s abxllty to face farlures IH studnes as a pastlme 53 QD . 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T - ' ' ' H . llllllf llllf, t O Harrrette Drck The abrlrty to recerve hrgh marks rn hrstory Lucrlle Georgette A typewrrter rn order to type the merry hours away Lourse Ganrm Florence Barton s harr cut Helen Fahey Ann Shrell s rrght hand posrtron wrth Mrs Fryback Edmond Derosrer and Joseph Johnson Ed Zorn s way of da mg up the women Stuart Hunt Some one to take the place of Rrta Coughlrn rn accompanyrng hrm through the halls O O O O O O 0 O O O 0 O O O O O O 0 O Sally Tottle A Stratford Hrgh boy frrend Ruby Unsderfer Dot Stenstreams pep vrm and vrgor Bernrce Valrncus Betty Olson s sylph lrke frgure Lrllran Backus and Ca herrne Vargo--Marlon Swrerz s abrlrty to pass typrng tests Agnes Welsh A posrtron as forward on the champron grrl s basketball team Marjorre Wrlls Ruth Sorensen s speed rn typmg Surrrssa Yates Flossre Merhrll s carefree spmr Betty Young Adalrne Truchon s abrlrty to ge 99 rn sewrng Lours Bechthold Leeman Curtrs qurer sprnt Cweorge Bortnrck John Andel s chewrng gum to annoy hrs teachers Ellsworth Mackback Bob Lownds place rn the brrght sayrngs class Thomas Marden A car so that he Wrll not thumb hrs way to school Patsey Marrno-A place on the baseball team Mrldred Yates The dancrng krng of next years senror class Elmer Burtrck Arthur Newman S grft of gab so that he may be better known Edward Majyewskr A place on the frrst team rn football Matthew Mrko--Better typrng marks next year James Mrtchell Jack MacC1regors Scotch rnstrnct Paul Mozzr Edmund McGee s speed rn typrng Wrlbur Nasta A grrl frrend to take to the dances rnstead of hrs mother John Nemergut Don Bunce s knack of slrdrng rn at one mrnute of erght Robert Norton Ed Davrs abrlrty to smrle and make the opposrte sex s heart flutter Raymond Novak Jrm Malarky s technrque of leav1ng hrs books rn school John Panda A rattle so that he may be heard Stephen Pavlucrk Some rnvrsrble rnk so he may not see hrs checks I ours Petrrel Paul Lrps abrlrty rn brology Patrrcra Burns A watch dog trarned to keep only a certarn boy away from her home so that a few of her other boy frrends can vrsrt her To Kathryn Hall The valedrctorranshrp of next year s class To Evelyn Happel Joan May s skrll rn puttrng across a debate To Vrrgrnra Carlson In order to get the attentron of a certarn athlete a bottle of Schmalt7 s Never Farl Love Potron she may o year that lrne o charms o Moment Edythe Cawthra A baby grand prano so that when accompanyrng the Glee Club feel lrke a real artrst Charles Hallock A speedy recuperatron from hrs operatron so he may graduate next Kenneth Hansen A lrttle of Brll Shek s brawn so that he too may be able to crash for good old S H S Zell Herman Some of Hugh Hoyt s solemnrty Marjorre Call Brll Lawrence s abrlrty to blush so that thrs may set off her other Dorrs Comne A magrc crystal ball so she may keep tabs effrcrently on her Brg after he rs graduated 54 Q . 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To , . - . , .. . xC50Y lllllf IUUNL J O O QITIS O Helen Pero-A boy frrend IH Stratford so she won t have to go to Shelton so often Myrtle Qulllan Some of Susie Freeman s vxvaclousness R1ta Potanovrch Peter Bondl s artrstnc temperament Emma Dressrng A natural wave so she won t have to make sprt curls any more Robert Allen and John Getznan George Horne s manner of drscussrng unrque prob Albert Kalafus and Robert Kronus Some of Paul Llps act1v1t1es to keep them busy afternoons O O O O O O O O O O O O O Norma Crowther A new and permanent excuse for not takxng gym W1lma Coe and Barbara Clark The posrtron of class beautres for next year Dorothy Capozzr and Mary Coluccl A bottle of talkrng gas Helen Buynosky A boy frrend to keep her company Walter Dusch A posrtron on next year s baseball team Martha Beardsley A palr of horseshoes so she may wxn next year s tournament Betty Kaffan Evelyn Pxepenbrmg s popularrty Catherrne Vargo-An actrve part rn next year s sports Mllton Stem A palr of suspenders Jean Smxth Real success as a smger Everett Floberg Bob Bradley s health and strength Helen Janenda Pearl Qurnton s style of bakmg bread Alrce Klng A way of berng srlent l1ke June Peck Dorothy Knapp-Helen Manwarrng s system of gxvmg class cheers Dorls Krause Eleanor Swanson s posrtlon as Senlor Class Secretary Joan Kopnrcky Ann Shrell s abxllty to engage 1n the sport freld Esther Lastomlrsky and Gladys Kokel a part rn the May Day Eestlval Bertha KOSIIC Marlon Swxerz s abxllty to grggle at the least lrttle thrng Pearl Lautala Edna Davrs techmque at sewmg materral Estelle Klobukowskl Anna Trmeshuk s talent at sketchmg Amelxa Kazukonxs Helen Manwarlng s vorce Margaret Hannum A m1n1ature rarlway from her home to Blakeman Place to make lf easler for the Important One to v1s1t her To Agnes Deyo-A few Stratford beaux to take the place of those from Bndgeport To Edward De Vack John Fuchs golf clubs to lmprove hrs game To Anna Hetes A book of brxght saylngs wrth whxch to amuse her classmates durmg Englxsh penods To Joseph1ne Agresta The hope that she may hke Stratford Hrgh as well as Ogdensburg Academy To Ellen Buck Some of Dot Cotton s leadershlp so she may be the shmlng lnght of her C BSS To Jane Pardy and Marjorle Japp-Some new flames w1th whom to stroll through the corrrdors To Mrldred Olsen and Helen Hronjak Boy frrends to make therr senror year more rn erestmg To Florence Buzgo Emlly Hotchklss and Irene Bresnahan Megaphones so they may be seen and heard alike Fo Barbara H111 The book Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm to make her dull momen s happy O O Adalxne Dman A large Jar of freckle cream for her freckles of course Mary Cutrufello-A pnncushron to s1t on m class as an xncenme for bemg peppy Lllllafl Bassett Dorothy Stegeman s dxgmty Beatrlce Bevan The contmuance of her pleasant personalxty 55 Q . 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Charlotte Blamey Mrldred Nasson s eflicrency rn lrbrary work o Selma Bhss A leadmg part 1n next year s operetta Esther Bodurtha The posltxon of captam of the glrls champxon basketball team o Alba Bonfrettr Dons Kettle s qulet ways so that she may remember that chtldren should be seen and not heard To Margaret Molyneaux Jennle Blonde s posttlon ID the shorthand class To Josephme Moran An escort so she wrll not have to walk home alone from Lxbrary Club meetrngs O O O O Margaret Nelson Eleanor Garry s sayxngs that come out at the wrong txme Dorothy Nxcholson The zxp pep v1m dash and vxgor of Susle Freeman Frances O Brlen Agnes Tomasko s drgmty so she may become a dngnrfled semor Mxldred Ordner A new gu1tar so she can keep up the good work Ruth Panda Beatrxce Johnsons ab1l1ty to get good marks rn typmg Frances Papcun Mary McG1ll s abxllty to shoot baskets Mxldred Parketon Shylock s pound of flesh to be used as she shall see f1t Ethel Patterson A new set of spells and charms to Wm her many admxrers Jenme Mmgolello-Edna Goudreau s grggle so that the members of her class w1ll know when she IS present O O O Anxta Quay Some of Lucky Lee s Unfaxlable Good Luck Brrnger to satlsfy her Edward Sekelsky Ray Tomcey s bxcycle to speed htm up on hxs way to school John Sherry J1m Malarky s posmon at the atrport Theresa Buchtno-A good posxtlon m the Brology Club Vmcent Rackrewxcz Some of Roy Monson s herght John Rxchardson and Joseph Safko-Bernard McFadden s book Dynamrc Tensxon so thev may wm a place on next year s football team Frances Brudnak A portable amphfrer Ann Olsavsky Dot Stegeman s scholastlc ratmg Edna Bouley More nerve so the solos rn the Glee Club won t bother her any more Vxvlan Corson and Ruth Gexssler Steadxes from thelr own class so the under graduates wont feel slrghted O O o work o o O O Arlene Curtlss A 11ttle of Kathryn Frazxer s reserve and pleaslng attxtude Andrew Potanovxch The champlonshrp rn the Boys Club tenms tournament Kenneth Prxestly A car rn whlch to go to and from school Edgar Prrtchard A glrl frtend from hrs own class Raymond Pulaski The prgskm ln 1936 Harvey DeMov1ck A book of the comlng dance steps so he may keep up hrs good Norman Colburne Harrlson Doyle s abxlxty to kxd others along Murray Owen Some of B111 Lawrence s drlvmg sklll Norval Peterson Dxck Mxtchell s champxon basketball team Mxchael Prstey A pair of stllts so he may see over people Albert Pjura A place on next year s Jumor varslty basketball team Allce Roth The txtle of Most Popular Gnrl Carolme Fellows Helen Shxroky and Edlth Thomas Lessons from Jean Sturrock on actxng so that they may be the Blg Three 1n stage work 0 O Club o Ada Zlmmerman Some one to take the place of the departed Fred Clement Uresky The glgllOShlp of h1S Senior Cl8SS Manon Spotlaw Irene Suhy and Jenme Stalus I-Ilgh posxtrons m the Cnrls Sport Helen Stavola and Helen Safranskr Offlces m the Indlan Club 56 Q , ' ol t 8 ,-1 1- 1 Q F 5 I six N TX To - . v , . . . b To - i . , . l To - ' ' ' . To , . - , . . . . . v T ' - ' . To u- . , .. , . I T - . , . . t T ' - ' ' . To - H " ' ' . To . . , . . To . 1 ,, , . - - - . ,, . t To Stanley Boulton and Paul Bova-Big names for themselves in football. T - , . . . h T - , , . . . . To . . . . . , To . . . -n , . I To -H . , Q To 1 , . . v To - ' ' . To . . . -,, . ,, . - To . - . . , . . t To . - . . . , . v T . - . , 1 T . - . . . ' To .W . . . I T . - . . T - . , . . . n T - . , . . . g To - ' ' ' ' . To . . - . . . To . 8- , . . . . T , ' . . m L T ' - . T 1 . . . . . ' To . ' Y . Q . . . , . , T .- . . . I O MZ lllllt llllt, lk To Gertrude Todd The much coveted honor of bemg the May ueen To Catherlne Segla The dlstxnctlon of bemg the best dressed gxrl In the semor class To Anne Sherback and Phxlomena Vecchno--A spotllght so they may be better known next year s class To Marlon Peterman Some one s extra pomts so she can be sure of graduatIon To George Merten A set of tools so he may take Larry Sparlmg s place as handy man To Theodore Yale Some of Don Cowdery s luck on the hxghways To Andrew Anderson A ra1se In the prIce of newspapers so he w1ll earn more money In hxs occupatxon To Rlchard Conklm and Eben Cahlll A pamphlet on How I Get em by Bob Bun dock o James Mlller and Frank Zrza Places on the cheermg squad o Howard Stevens Co,nt1nued success In bowlmg Ruth Parker and Ada Mae W1CkS1Stf3tfOfd s fxrst pmg pong champIonshIp o MarIon Doerner A can of cherry red palnt for her car o Lena Coluccx and Helga Re1s The horseshoe champxonshrp o Donald Calkms The checkers champlonshlp of the Boy s Club Ruth Culver Josephme Truncone and Dorothy Franclsco-Parts In the May Day Fesuval o Joyce Montgomery The steady posxtxon as her classmates helper outer when they dont know the answer to the teachers questxons To CelIa Kochls A chance at the tenms champxonshxp To Shnrley Lazarowrtz and Olga Abrams A place In the Senex Cum Laude To Mary Fabxan A few lessons on how to hypnotxze teachers Into gIvIng passmg marks In testlmony whereof we have hereunto set our hands thxs seventeenth day of June In the year mneteen hundred and thIrty flve THE CLASS OF 1935 Slgned publlshed and declared by the above named class as and for IIS last wlll In the presence of the wItnesses subscrxbed hereunto EDWARD CONNIAR RITA COUGHLIN ELILABETH JoHNsoN RICHARD BRIGGS THONIAS GLFASOIN MILDRFD NASSONI LFUIAN CURTIS 57 Q ' . ol Q f S O V' 2 1. f r Wal- SX . - . . ' . , ' . Q - . by Y . . , , - To Elmer Burdick-A place on next year's championship track team. T . . 1 . I T 1 . . . 1 To . , . . n . . t T ' - ' . T . ,- . . D T . 1 . . , g I To Y . . . om HE IUUNL CLASS CHARACTERISTICS 19 3 5 BOX CIRL SOX GIRL Most Popular Brqqest Ilzrt Rlchard M1tchell Evelyn Peepenbrmg XX alter Rosmsky Edna Goudreau Best Student Vlost Obltqznq Louls lxrlmer lVl1ldred Barney RlCl71I'l Wlltchell Allce Smart Best Ioolznq Bzqqest lalker Wxllxam Shek Helen Manwarnng Fdmund 'VlcC1ee Adalme Truchon Best Athlete Most Pesszmzstzc XV1ll11m Shek Anna Shelll Peter Bondl Pearl B1-len uzctesl Most Carefree Henry Barnes June Peck Robert lounds Helen Manwarlng Cutest Husktest Robert Bundock Mary McG1ll Pau IIDS Lols Calendar Best Dancer utckest Stuart Anderson Sophre Bakunas Hwrry Bancroft Helen Manwarxng Bzqqest Grtnd Best Artrst George Horne Mlldred Barney Peter Bondl Amta Pengue Bwqegt Cut Up Best Comedzan Edvy ard Conner Florence Merhlll fdward Conner Jean Sfurrofk Most Dtqntied R1chard Mltchell Dorothy Cotton Donald Cowdery Elizabeth Tracy B M YVzttzest est uszczan Clarence Blackman Dons Kettles Fdvlard Connezvorsr Blushjlomnce Merhlu Done Most for School MOU Bfwhful W1ll1am Lawrence Dorothy Flanagan Louxs Kramer June Peck Best Politician Most Energettc Donald Cowdery Rlta Coughlln Paul Lxps Adaltne Truchon Best Author Most Dhely to Succeed Walter Haggarty Helen Onofrey Louxs Kramer Nhldred Barney Best Orator Most Courfeous Harrlson Doyle Joan May R1chard Mltchell Allce Smart Best Cook Nogggggt Edna Shean Anthony Cravero Edna Goudreau Best Carpenter Edmund McGee Laurence Sparlmg Best Dressed Best Prznter John Flynn R1ta Coughlm Charles Stults Bzggest Gzggler Best Dressmaker Edmund McGee Marlon Svyxerz alme Truchon Most Optzmzstzc Most Collegzate Donald Cowdery Mary Steel lohn Fly nn Rlta Coughlm 58 Q . 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V ' ' e lllllf lllllf. s BASKETBALL W1nn1ng the Housatomc Valley League champronshlp for the second SUCCLSSIYL txme the basketball team establlshed the best record made bv a Stratford l-llgh School team ln a decade Although the members of the team w ere mexpe lenced they won flfteen games and lost but one Shelton was the only team able to defeat Stratford durxng the regular season The champ1on lnp was not decrded untll the f1nal and most excrtlng game of the season at Bran ford Stratford won by a score of 21 to 19 and was the only league eam able to defeat Branford on IIS home court The Falrfleld Shelton and Walllngford teams furmshed strong competttton all losmg by one or two pomt marglns The f1rst Fa1rf1eld game was forced mto a double oyertlme perxod before Stratford eked out a two pomt Vlctory' Thls game and the Shelton game were probably' the most E'XClIlI1g eyer seen on the local court The team was rated as havmg the thlrd best record ln the state, and w as consequently' muted to paructpate IH the Yale Tournament Howey er they' went down before the surprls mgly' strong Hardxng combme, New England Tournament flnaltsts, 53 to 'Sl Medals w ere awarded all play ers who took part rn the tournament Norvxl Peterson was unammously' elected captam of next year's team The followmg players were graduated thxs year Captam Mxtchell Vlanager Malarkyf, Kxely' Gleason, De vxtt, Doyle, and Hurley' of the VBFSIIY, and lVlcCarty', Monson Lawrence Hunter, Shek, and Hylen of the jumor varsity' 61 s , ' D, ol f ,x O 2 f , .4 .1 f' ' ' eg? 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BASEBALL The Stratford High baseball team defending Champions for the second consecutive year started off on the wrong foot by losing to Wallingford However they made a strong come back and won from Branford When the season began Coach Andrews was faced vsith the problem of molding a team of recruits around the three veterans After a little experimenting he managed to get a team capable of filling the championship shoes left to them by last year s team Stratford defeated Seymour Derby and Shelton in addition to Branford However run in the tenth after Stratford had tied the score in the ninth decided the contest The team played Fairfleld New Canaan and two games with each league team Thomas Gleason managed the team and his assistants were Bob Stone Burton Church and Charles Wagner The following members of the team were graduated Captain Devltt Bilchak Lawrence McCarty Doyle Monson and Mgr Gleason 62 Milford, our traditional rival, managed to beat us for the first time in four years. A Milford QB rg A C " O .4 fit? lu wart, I 'Xb llllllf lllllfl TRACK Wlth last year s undefeated track squad returnlng almost lntact and LOUIS Kramer agam captalnrng the team Coach Penders antlcrpated a very successful campa1gn Many promlsmg runners returned led by Bancroft ln the dashes Moore ln the quarter mxle Pullen 1n the half mlle and Hrll and Kopchxk rn the mrle The cam vnas also well fortxfled 1n the fleld events Bancroft was the best of the broad jumpers whlle Bunce and Klely topped the hlgh jumpers Owen who drd well ln the county meet last year was the best of the pole vaulters The welght throwers Kramer Corda Shek Krely Nas a Cowdery and Doyle took thexr share of the pomts The schedule mcluded contests wlth the Shelton Derby New Haven Commercial and Falrfleld hxgh schools the State Trade School and Jumor College as vxell as partrcrpatron m the state and coun y meets Practlcally the entlre team was lost by graduatxon thxs year 63 0 . Q, 0 3 ,. fr 0 is T 6, 4' c 1 figisb . 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X T ff, , i i i Y I -- V f I .W llllf MIC TENNIS The tennrs team captamed by Jack Hurley played ln ten hard fought matches thxs sea son Stratford s net men were successful ln w1nn1ng thexr fxrst match of the year whrch was w1th the strong New Canaan team John Wxlson agam coached the players and If was through hrs efforts that the tenms team had a successful season John Ch1snall capably managed the team whrch consnsted of Captarn Hurley Drck M1tchell Jlm Kane Walter Kaslow Phlllxp MlhOllCh and Walter Rosmsky GOLF The golf team under the able guidance of Captam John Fuchs enjoyed a very successful season defeatmg Central Faxrfxeld Trade the Faculty and tylng Hlllhouse The team also entered the State Interscholastxc Golf Tournament later 1n the year Despite the fact that golf does not at ract large crowds to xts contests the team and Manager Anderson deserve much credlt for thelr accomplxshments THE A A COUNCIL Prestdent WILLIAM SHEK Vzcc Presldent WILLIAM LAWRENCE Treasurer CHARLES STULTrS Asszstant Trlasurer JOHN FUCTHS Advzser MR CURTIS The A A Councxl accomphshed much th1s year addmg new amendments to the constl tutlon and paymg many of rts outstandmg debts To ralse funds three successful dances were held The Hrst dance was a football dance the second was an av1at1on dance and the thxrd was grven to pay Herbert Chapms hosprtal b1l1 A new amendment was added to the constxtutlon glvmg the power to elect the managers for each sport to a board CO1'1SlSfll'lg of the coach the dxrector the councll and the present manager Among the other rmportant changes made by the group was the enlargement of the letters of the second team from fxve mches to seven mches The members of the newly formed cheermg sectnon were awarded emblems and unxforms were purchased for the faculty teams l-Ixtherto the faculty have had no regulatxon unlforms A certlfxcate sxgned by the coach director and prrncxpal was grven to each letter man to serve as a permanent record of the sport ln which he partlcupated 64 N K E ' O 4 7 Q Q Q fc? I . , X rw:-X xix , ,,. 'xc Semietary ee,e,etcc I ff f IfCQIffffffffflffffffffffffifvELYN A PIEPEN BRI NG ma.' by O g 4 fu! I X .QL xx -rr? GIRLS SPORT CLUB Secretary ANNA SHIELL Treasurer DOROTHY STEGEVIAN Advzser 'VIRS FRYBACK A large number of grrls from the three upper classes turned out for the varlous act1v1t1es offered by the Grrls Sport Club thrs year At the frrst meetmg managers were elected and tenms hockey and basketball teams were formed Corneha Goddard and Dorothy Fasold won the fall tenms tournament The basketball season ended wrth the Leaprn Lenas captalned by Mary Steel wrnnrng the champronshrp At the sprmg meetrng baseball track tenms and horseshoe teams were formed and plans were made for May Day The May Fete and Mothers Tea were combrned agam thrs year Evelyn Prepenbrrng was chosen as the queen of the fete and the program presented at her court was both spec tacular and enjoyable 65 , . . L. 5 5 , 2- spa V ' T 2 , O , . . f 1 S 3 1 ? i S S al is f ' 5 l ' if 2 3 if 3 ie tl . O t '. ,Kgf . V. M U gl' g I .fn 1 V ' . Ia, ,U ' A . A P7'C'Sid?TLf eefrfrfrrrfrrfferrrerra H ,,,,,, .,,,,,,., ,,,rD'OROTHY COTTON . O M 'Q ' fg ,4 O 9 f l New wiki, f 5'5- THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR GLEE CLUBS Preszdent DOROTHY COTTON Secretary Tmasluez 'VIARY STEEL Secrefafy Manager Combznefl lllzlswal Clubs 'VIICHAEL BIIJCHAK Adzzsez 'VIISS BRIGGS This year the boys and girls formed mlxed Glee Clubs It was the flrst t1me they Were combmed and the plan proved entxrely satxsfactory The glee clubs as usual were successful rn all of thenr enterprxses At the begmnmg of tha. year they staged a mmstrel show m whxch much home talent was dlsplayed In Aprxl the famous Gllbert and Sulllvan operetta The Plrates of Pen7ance was presented Doro thy itenstream and Edward Zorn played the leads wnth the supportmg cast consxstmg of Alan 66 l l7iCf?eP1'0S1ld67Lf O so RITA COUGHLIN O ey? any X X VJ.. .Dil THE SOPHOMORE GLEE CLUB P1 eszrlent GEORGE SCHVIIEDESHOFF l we Preszdent ARLINIE NIEVINS Secretary Treasurer CECELIA KOCHISS Storrs Stuart Hunt Edward Claussen Murray Ou en Sally Tottle Vruan Belom Mar VIOYIQ Wllls and Evelyn Happel There was also a large chorus conslstrng of members of the clubs Due to the capable dlrectxon of Vlxss Bnggs the productlon was deemed one of the best exer gnen by the orgamzatron The glee club party was, as euer, a blg attractxon, and was well attended The largest undertakrng was the concert 1n June, at Sterlmg Park It was the frrst txme an outdoor productron was attempted, and It proved to be wry effectlve 61 Q . 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XO f f THE LATIN CLUB Consuls KATHRYN HALL BURTON CHURCH Scizptm JUNE LEN Qllqpgtop RUTH GIBSON Sub Quaestors IIILDRED SEWARD VIARIII SIE VS -XRD VIVIAN BFLOIN Aedtles HARRY CHORNEY MICHAEL ADAVIS CECILIA KOCHISS DORIS CONINE Student Connell Representafzte MARY KLEVECZ Advzsu VIISS DIWIICK Under the able d1rect1on of MISS D1m1ck and lts offlcers the La In Club completed a very successful year About SIXIY members were enrolled whlch proved the popularlty of the club VISIYS were exchanged wlth the Westport Hlgh School Latm Club On these occas1ons all took part 1n a general dlscussxon and tea was serxed Later ln the year members of the faculty were the guests of the club at a hlghly suc cessful budge and tea The outstandlng event of the year however was the thlrd annual Roman Banquet held on May 17 whlch drew a xery large crowd The settmg was a Roman garden and Roman food and customs preva1led THE LIBRARY CLUB Pleszdent BEATRICE JOHNSON I we Preswlent ELIZABETH JOHNSON Secretary DOROTHY STENSTREAVI Advzsm 'VIRS INOWLAN The Llbrary Club of twenty flve actxve members was under the capable d1rect1on of Mrs Nowlan the school l1brar1an Th1s organlzatlon has asslsted rn the work of chargmg d1scharg1ng and f1l1ng books each mormng and noon throughout the school year The commxttees of the club had com plete charge of the bulletm board college catalogues plcture fxles and the magazmes as arranged ln the lxbrary The organlzatxon also donated two magazlnes Sa1nt Nlcholas and The Amertcan Curl to the hbrary The members prepared brblrographles on varnous subjects for many teachers and also took care of the group books The club met every second Monday of the month for a combxned busmess work and social meetmg THE INDIAN CLUB Chzef VIARY ROWELL Prmcess ADALINE TRUCHON Keeper of Records DOROTHY COTTON Keeper of Wampum JOAN MIAY Advzser IVIRS JUNE Formed thls year to promote lnterest and a better understandmg of the Indxan the Ind1an Club was a progressrve orgamzatxon Besxdes regular meetmgs the club had an mterestmg exhlbxt In the school llbrary Also Chnef Srlver Star and other Pequot Indrans gate a program to help gam recogmtlon for the group and 1ts work The club IS planmng to have an mterestmg float 1n the Tercentenary parade on June 22nd The members w1ll depxct the every day llfe of the Connectlcut Indlan 68 QE V . ol 4 f , O , 2 fig? If X uvi ,i ' mal? ' A 1 1 4 1 . Y l M T7'0llfS1l7'l?7'CT,CIIIIT r I or crceeeccc.,,c MILDRED NASSON ' ' ' ' AA ' ' V! lg 1 1 . y . Y . . . ' llllli Mill BAND Presbdent EDWARD CONNER Vzcc President EDWARD CLAUSSEN Secretary Manager JEAN NOTHNAGLE Publzczfy EDWARD ZORN The Stratford Hlgh School band under the leadershlp of Mr Flagg contmued its repu tatlon of bemg one of the best known orgamzatlons of the school In addxtxon to furmshmg muslc at the Boosters meetmgs and other assemblxes the band took an actlve part nn other act1v1t1es It provlded musnc for the athletxc contests and journeyed to New Haven to play at Yale Basketball Tournament A concert was also grven for the Fathers Club Then too the band rendered musnc ln connectlon wrth the Connectlcut Tercentenary Celebratlon rn Stratford The commg year wxll fmd the band wxthout the valuable servlces of Edward Conner Rnchard Ochsner Tony Cravero and Otto Schoen who wxll be graduated 69 sa . 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A . .Q g o Q , ' I 1 I ' , y1tr J , t' A K 3 U ' t WL llllll CHEMISTRY CLUB Preszdenf LOUIS KRAMER I zce Irfszclenf GEORGE CHUBIRKO qecretazy EVELYN PIEPENIBRING Treasure: DOROTHY STEGEVIAN Adi 1811 'NIR TOTTEN The Chemistry Club was organized this year under the direction of Mr Totten At the first meeting members of the club vxcre initiated and the activities for the year began Besides holding interesting programs at school meetings the Alchemists visited The Nash Chemlcal Engineering Company in Norwalk and The Huber Ice Cream Company in Bridgeport The most interesting trip of all was a visit to the S trling Chemical Laboratory at Yale University Dr Dietrich Professor of Chemistry met the group and conducted them about the laboratory istry and summed up thc work that had been accomplished by the Alchemists HISTORY CLUB lnszdrut EVELYN HAPPEL I 104 Pnszflrnf ELEANOR GARRY qlfllffllll HELEN! JANENDA Tleasmll NORMAN STENSTREAWI Acltzser 'NIRS JUNE At meetings of the History Club held twice a month this year interesting discussions of important world enents were held This was the mam purpose of the organization The contest held to determine the best play was an importan event in the activities of the club Margaret Rogers play LAven1r was iudged the best and .vas presented in Boosters with great success The club also sponsored a Hill Billy Dance the proceeds of which were used to help the Debating and Musical Clubs purchase a radio The radio will be used in connection with the work of all three clubs Under the direction of Mrs June the club became very successful and popular through out the school DEBATING CLUB President DONALD COWDERY I we Pnsultnf THOMAS GLEASOIN SC'!'l!'fllllj RITA COUGHLIN A new organi7at1on the Debating Club was formed this year It was an experiment under the direction of Miss .Iubb and Miss Paris but there was so much interest shown that it became extremely popular At the very start of school year the members divided themselves into two teams nega tive and affirmative and at every meeting a lively debate was carried on In June the losing team gaxe a par y for the winners The club xx as xery active for a young organization It t0Ok part ln assemblies competed with Fairfield and held a party at the home of Miss Paris 70 G , ff A K. 'i ol ,JZ O 2 W 0 4 if I 4 " ogg I-X nan I 'XX 1,3 wx A 'M --- V - - A 1 . ' 7, 1 - 1 1 . - The club put on a program in "Boosters" which explained some of the magic of chem- I ., ' , ,' L ' 'f 'l , , I I . . ., . g A L I A U Af Y ' I! ' 5 V ' . , ' ,. I -' ,J . j c H , . . . . 1 V ' Y v I Y V . . . ' . , Y 1 'Q ', xx J.. wt mth THE ORCHESTRA Plestdent JAWIES HAYES Secretcuy EDITH CAWTHRA The orchestra was one of those organrzatlons whlch was contrnually cooperatrng wrth other groups and contrrbutmg to the success of thelr presentatxons Under the able drrectron of MISS Br1ggs lt furmshed musxc for many school affznrs and at the senlor hngh school assem b res Th1s year a popular orchestra was formed whlch met every week just as the regular orchestra dxd Thrs group of muslcxans furmshed the dance musrc at the Latm Banquet The only member lost through graduatron was Dons Kettles who had been a farthful member for several years 71 0 . 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' l lllllf Illllfr 'THESENHHIPLAY Guess Again a farce in three acts by Glenn Hughes was presented on April fifth as the annual dramatic production of the Senior Class The play was under the direction of Miss Dorothy Secord and proved to be a huge success Jean Sturrock and Thomas Gleason portrayed the leads supported by Donald Cowdery Helen Manwaring Edward Conner Robert Tremallo Bradley Morse and Peter Bondi TRIPLAY This year a neve rule was adopted allowing all members of the senior high school enter the tri play contest Formerly only ninth and tenth grade students were allowed to participate This contest xx as held in Milford xx hose plax ers took first place Stratford placed a close second followed by Fairfield the other contestant 'Vlr Ireland Superintendent of Schools in Stratford presented the cup to the winner To obtain permanent possession it must be won three times The Stepmother by Arnold Bennett was presented by the Stratford players who were Thomas Gleason Jean Sturrock Lillian Bassette and Raymond Walsh The success of the play was due to the capable direction of Miss Dorothy Secord THEJUNKHKPLAY The annual Junior Play was one of the most successful dramatic presentations of the year It was New Fires a three act comedy by Charles Burdette The cast under the direction of Miss Dorothy Secord was well trained and worked hard to make it a success Alan Storrs and Evelyn Happel who had the leading parts were supported by John Stras burger Lucille Dunbar Betty Savacool Lillian Bassette Stuart Hunt Jean Smith Ruth Reynolds Murray Owen Richard Naramore and Cornelia Goddard 72 Q , A x Q T , Q 1 f O . 4 ,Ei f ll 7- w USG - X ' x,,:- N Harrison Doyle, Rita Coughlin, Margaret Popp. Joan May. 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I . it YY Y xl 1 YA i , . i i 3 V c . :Q ' In gr l FZ O T 4 sgguv- "EFF MASQUERS P1 eszdent EDWARD CONNER Secletary EDITH DEMPSEEY Treasure: ROBERT TREVIALLO Adzzscl VIISS SECORD Masquer members can look with prlde at the club s events and accomplxshments of thxs school year The tryouts were held ln September and by a process of el1m1nat1on the new candldates were chosen After the 1n1t1at1on those who survxved were consrdered full fledged members and were granted all pnvlleges At the meetmgs busmess was mrxed wlth pleasure so that as a result some members became expert m the art of make up Consequently for the first t1me xn the h1story of the club the members made up the prmclpals and casts for all the operettas and plays The Masquers donated to the school a year s subscr1pt1on to The Theater Arts Month The orgamzatlon Jomed The Natlonal Theater Conference 73 t I J I I 1 ' 1 r ' 3 ,- ' 3 1'Qce-P,-esrxlahif lvTfffffQQfQffffff1ffQffffffflffcf eccc as ALAN STORRS lllllf Illlfr THE SERVICE CLUB The Servlce Club was one of the most rmpor ant organ17at1ons of the school because rt gave so many puprls an opportumty to serve thelr school xoluntarrly The publrcrty department under the supervxsron of Mrss Jubb had charge of arrangrng the advertlsrng for all major events of the school year The Ushers Gulld wrth MISS Breyer as advrser rendered valuable assrstance rn usherlng at all the school events Mr Sambrook s stage crew assrsted at all productrons by takrng charge of the lrghtrng effects curtarns scenery and other stage property The art department under the leadershxp of Mrs Cook prepared the scenery for all operettas and plays The costumes for all performances were made by the grrls rn the sewmg group of the Servrce Club under the able drrectron of Mrss Green Mrss Whrttemore had charge of the Lost and Found Department All lost and found artrcles were turned over to th1s sectlon to be placed on flle untll clarmed The boys of the club arded greatly wrth gratuitous work 1n the wardrobes and carlng for the drstrrbutlon of mrlk throughout the school The Servrce Club IS open to all puprls of the senror hlgh school and deserves much prarse for 1ts accomplrshments STUDENT COUNCIL Pnszdenf DONALD COW DERY Sfrlrfruy ALICE SNIART Advzsel NIR BOYNEY The most rmportant accomplrshment of the Student Councrl th1s year was the solvrng of the hall problem A meetrng was called rn conjunctron wrth the hall guards and the crowded cond1t1on of the hall vsas dlscussed As a result of thrs meetlng a system was lnstalled by whrch the guards elrmrnated loxterrng rn the corrldors Durrng the Chrrstmas season the group d1d very laudable work when they arranged to have toys and clothrng sent to the needy The offrcers of the councrl also presrded at the assemblres and assrsted rn the effrcxent presentatron of many entertarnrng programs Professor Zamplere s tale of hrs experrences as a student rn Europe the exhlbrtron of fencrng and the plays of the varrous clubs were among the most popular THE BOYS CLUB Bnslectlmll mul Iuselmll llrrnuqu KFNNIETH TODD Tmznzs llnnugu DOINALD WHEFLER Bfrselwll Skmzlecpu WILLIAIVI SULLIVANI Adusu NIR PENDERS Under the supervrsron of Mr Penders the Boys Club experrenced a very successful year The tennls doubles tournament held rn the fall ended wrth Ray Pulaskr and Kenneth Todd vxmnrng the champronshrp The annual basketball tournamen came next Two leagues the Amerrcan and Natronal were formed vslth s1x teams comprlsrng each league Duke and Navy the champrons of therr respectue leagues met 1n the play off vuth Duke f1n1sh1ng on top An all star Boys Club team played and lost wo hard fought games vuth the hrgh school second team and drvrded a two game serles vsnth the Earrfreld Boys Club team The sprlng actrutles opened urth a tennrs tournament ln whrch many part1c1pants stroxe for the champronshlp I ater Nlr Andrews formed an rn ramural baseball league con srsung of erght teams The league xx as so succces ful that rt xxrll undoubtedly become an annual affur 74 G , IX Q, Q t o ' 4 ' , f 0 it - f K , I l N s ' S , . 18: - NP'-. 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Z n f -:bv XG .r 5 A, " O . 4 'll I X .wt-,lr XX THE CLARION Appearrng br monthly durrng the year 1934 35 the Clarron reached the characterrstrc success usually attrrbuted to thrs publrcatron The average crrculatron was rarsed to frve hun dred coprcs per rssue The staff of the Clarron follows Eclzfor rn chzer Rrta Coughlm Aclrertzszng llannger Charles Hallock Crrrulufron llanugu Jack Hurley Asszsfunt Czrculufron llunager Nlargorre Call 'Vlrss Holmer 'Vlrss Cunnrngham Edztorzal Aflz zser Busmrss Adz rscr Kathr x n Hall 36 Robert NIcCartx 3 Thomas Gleason 3 Agnes Tomasko 3 Ruth Sorensen 30 Edna Davrs 30 Shrrlew Smrth 36 Dorothy Fasold 36 Helen Sefranskr 36 Elrzabeth Andrew 36 Gertrude Todd 36 Edrth Thomas 36 Xeus Fdzfor Sporls Ed tors Typzsfs Staff Edgar Prrtchard 36 Vlrnchester Dyott 3 Dorothy Cotton 3 Helen Onofrex 30 Edward Conner 35 Selma Blrss 36 Robert Bundock 30 Elsa Anderson 36 Jessre Nlaclntwre 30 Betts Tracy 3 Betts Saxacool 36 Lucrlle Dunbar 36 Har 36 Howard Stexens 3r Jean Snrrth 36 Nlar garet Harrnurrr 36 ExelsnHappel 36 Nlargaret Sterenson 36 Gertrude Srmpsorr 30 Arlme Nexrns 34 Jean Nothnagle 3 Adzfrtzsrrq -lgrfnts Alrce Smart 30 -Xnna Johnson 30 Paul Lrps 30 Bexerlx Clark 31 Jenrrre Bronde 30 Otto Schoen 3 Bettx Sexfert 36 T - - U . 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THE BIOLOGY CLUB Presndent PAUL LIPS Vzce Preszdent HELEN JANENDA Treasurer ALICE BRYAN Advzser 'VIR COOK Thrs year the Brology Club under the supervlslon of Mr Cook contmued to add to xts accompllshments of prevrous years Three successful dances were run to obtam fmancral support for the museum whrch was started last year Durmg the months of Aprll and May a contest was held and three prrzes were awarded for the most valuable contrlbutlons to the cnterprlse Because the meetmgs of the Bxology Club were so mterestmg and vaned every member was happy to cooperate and make the year one of the most successful m xts exrstence 76 B t ' , N X I 2 A , I 'AY i , Secretary .,aa,.,,e QQEEQQBQCQQifQfffff Effff ,WCQEDITH DEMPSEY O l O . L f E SENEX CUM LAUDE Presuient LOUIS KRAMER V1cePresadent THOVVIAS GLEASON Secretary EVELYN PIEPENBRING Treasurer JOHN FUCHS Meetrngs of Senex Cum Laude the honorary socnety of the semor class were held monthly At these meetlngs games were played talks were gxven by faculty members and refreshments were served Any senxor attammg an average of exghty f1ve tor a frve week markmg perrod was el1 grble for membershrp Those senlors who were members for frve markmg perxods recexved the club emblem rn the form of a pm and a certxflcate of honor The annual custom of glVII1g a tea for the members at the home of MISS Goyette was contmued and greatly enjoyed The advrsers were Mlss Goyette and Mrss Pans 77 Q S if T tr ' j ,4 "gn 4 ' l Sigh . , -t A at X- r ' i ' a tj'-L'- .r W-X . . r Q r t ' 'M' THE FRENCH CLUB 1s11I1 VV ILLIANI OTT AWAY l 101 111sz1I111f ARTHUR DAYTON S 111fr11 1 'VIARY KLEVECZ T 1ns1n1: ELEAIXOR SWANSON f1I171f C IHIIII R1 111191 1 11f EVELYNI PIEPENBRINC 1111 IIIKIII or R1f11sl1u11nf Comm: 1 'MARGARET STEVENISOY 1 :su NIISS W HITTENIORE leadership of Miss Wluittcmorc had many interesting and xaricd programs Its membership vt as composcd of second and third year French students who maintaintd an ntragc of 80 throughout the yur Monthly meetings were held and while thty xx ere in progress French comcrsation ruled At tach meeting 1 new chef du programme vxho planned and conducted the following meet ing was chosen Short skits anecdotes fables songs poetry and games made up the pro grams In thc fall twenty three members motored to New York in prix atc cars to sec the play L Aiglon starring Ewa LeGalliennc Duc to tht ktcn interest taken in the club by its members Les Bourgeois had a very successful year THE LOG STAFF I'1I1fo1 HZ rhlcf EVELYN PIEPENBRING Iuszmss 111111141111 PAUL LIPS 4S9ISfIl1If I'llIf0l9 ELIZABETH TRACY JOHN FUCHS 4111111131119 llllllflgll WILLIAM LAWRENCE llllllfll 41111911 RUTH E CUNNTINGHAM Mildred Barney Richard Ochsner Eleanor Swanson Alice Bryan Edward Conner Helen Onofrey Dorothy Stegeman Dorothy Cotton Bradley Morse Joan Spada Edith Dempsey Roger Diamond Robert Bundock Mary Steel Agnes Tomasko Marion Swierz Anna Timeshuk Lzterarq Staff Alice Smart Rita Coughlin Richard Briggs Thomas Gleason Jennie Bionde Mary Klevecz Helen Manwaring Advertising Solicitors Anna Johnson Beverly Clark Edna Shean Charles Spada Gertrude Simpson Circulation Perry Hyslop Hugh Hoyt El17abeth Johnson Anna Kosko Louis Kramer Robert McCarty Adeline Warner Robert Tremallo John Flynn Robert Bundock Robert Bradley Betty Olson Richard Briggs Emma Schell Adaline Truchon Tupzsls Adaline Truchon Ruth Sorensen Elizabeth Johnson Beatrice Johnson Art Peter Bondi Anita Pengue 78 ta . 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X 'vlmgrx Lltuis r..1- wr: :1 urmlmx k.1:t1gw k IXN.IHkilIZLiLlNII'1,1l .r:.xn:f.11 x - xmlm1L'1wN1am1g1s1 EU C1151 HQ NUXX' fxI'xi.1NN mining vm Sk-piwulxr lk TH' f-1l'.lkfll.lh'S wi thu thru- mar guxlrsf mm' mm vlutn lbw Iilnlwiur M Sgmumx Du 'rum 5 AUTO PARTS USED oee Uncle Henry Fzrst Cheapest place rn toun tor radrator axles fenders or am krnd or part for your car 1-100 STRATFORD AVE STRATFORD Dral 4 0030 Open Ewenrngs WE SERVE Dtlrcrous Sodas and Sundaes and Tasty Sandwrches and Blue Plate Specrals ROYAL CANDY CO Hard s Corner Stratford PHILLIPS CI-IEVROLE'I COMPANY CHEVROLET OI DSMOBILE Sales Serxrce Parts Phone 7 2195 Stratford After lVe Sell lVe Serue BRODIE DRUG CO rt Hard s Corner The Store of Personal Servrce Prescrrp ron Specralrsts We Delrver Let Your Telephone Make Us Nerghbors 7 1041 and 7 0044 Complrments of SIMON BOROWIK DD S 1805 Barnum Avenue Brrdgeport Connectrcut GO TO BOOTH '55 BAYLISS Ihat adxrce so frequently grven resultcd rn an enrollment here thrs vear of graduates and former students from forty seven unrver srtres and colleges four normal schools sever al other busrness schools and erghteen hrgh schools The cost of xour busrness trarnrng rf vou at tend here wrll be kept at the lowest possrble figure and you Null be assured of our help at any trme rn xour career when you are rn need of a posrtron You max start any course here rn day or nrght school at any trme of the wear Courses Accountancy and Business Admlnls tration The Pace lnshtute Course C P A Tralnlng Auditing Cost Accounting Income Tax Mercantlle and Corporation Bookkeep mg Executive Se retarral Hugh Speed Secre tarlal Stenotype and Standard Secretarlal Comptometer Operating Bookkeeprng Ma chlne Operatrng Brush Up and Fmrshmg THE Booth 26 Bavlrss Commercral School 424 State Street Corner Courtland Street Brrdgeport Conn The Wrnsome Beauty Salon Nlrldred Nemetts Prop Telephone 7 1072 We Wlake Lovelrness Lovelrer Complete Beauty Servrce 1210 Barnum Ave Stratford Conn Cor Nrchols Avenue Brrdgeport s Show Place Auto Supply and Servrce Stores 381 STATE STREET Open 24 Hours Includrng Sundays TEI EPHONE 3 3121 New England s Erncst Complete Car Servrce Carl K Wolfe I I - 1 l 5. . . . . .y 4 N ! O 7 4 ' 1 . 5 '7 r . .. - . l ' - , ' f 1 , 1 l I . 1 l V l r J rr ' I! v. R M - - ., ' . , . . . I 7 . L . . .. . V . Y n ' U yr ' 7 ' 1 ' - .' a A F 1' ' 1 FIRES l ONE . ., ' ' -, ' ' ., , i . L. . - y 5 - y , v ' ' 1 u . I 1 v Y - ' . , . . 3 ,C J, - - - f u Y Y - . . F . . - - Y ' U Y ! A , . , - . r . ' . 1 . I i s I . . V ., i - I - - - Q SENIORSI GOOD LUCK' Youve had a fme start through your assoclatlon at Stratford High School Keep up the Good Work And when you feel you must have dell clous Ice Cream that IS drfferent stop IH at one of the neighborhood Mrtchell Ice Cream Stores convenrently located rn Stratford The Mltchell Dalry Co Inc Phone 4 3161 ,,-...W Compllmcnts of Alex Taylor 25 Co Inc Athletrc Outfxtters 22 East 42nd St New York Cnty N Y Compllments of D C Qulltv The Cnty Lune Florist Chaxle I' Rocl ch Crtcnhousts Radtl St Phonc 3 6080 x 5 INC ILCCLES RIEL 655 FAIRFIELD AVE BRIDGEPORT CT DIAL 4 6472 87 - n I 1 7 l I . o R ' X 1.1.1.1- I I , W ., . ll...-1 , I I . I v ' I W . . , . v . . . I . . V . . W ' ' I I I I 1 4 ., . I 3 4 . S 'I ,.l. I 51 5 1 I - . fi . ii . . .s ' Nx 9 ' X '-. . Y . o v- , I 'Blu S 1- 1 fp? 3 'F , 1 . l , .i ' ' Charles A. Riccio. Phg Pharmacmsl amum Ave. Stratford Bakerv Humr Pnklng, LI' umplmm n s Stratford Bon Img Allu s THE FATHERS CLUB In Ihr Clsnlcr 'Ill I5 Pvrud' . Prop, I U If of Stratford Jumor Qmum Hlgxl Qrhool Inc Daniel J. Carton If 0147 Iimadbridgu .M'cml1r Lfnlin mr Slrr ' . fi rm ,Ir-l 7-l IM-Q C r Pm ld m lliord cu W u ohm I860 MRIIN S I RI I I ISRIIDC I PORI CONN IIII3 A L Sold Only Ar Qt, JoIm's Story No. Z INLW HAVI:N YMCA IUWIOR COLLECE Co Ldumlmml Pour N ur I unlnfv Coursus 111 I IIS.,lI1LLl'II1Q, f LLm111t1n3N and Pauslmss 'XdINlI1lS1I'1IlOI1 4 xx gs KIILN QLUUIIIIII me u IILN mlm 1 sn x ut LIN S cl 11 nl m uae In au lull x xg nu A 5 - . wx fu .' .lc "OfA"I ' 1-gg'- 'Lf 1 YCv .. S raltkurd ' - ' uc 'bw I 'c - Faxrfltld Countx s Largtst Bank BRlDcEPoRT PEOPLES sAvlNcs BANK Old CTau:fLful. Xlaln and State Streets YALE CO OP 300 York Stree Athletrc Suppllts Agents For A G Spaldmg Bros ELITE COSTUMER 366 Falrfleld Ave T -4 9737 Costumes Cap and Govt ns Tuxedos ANN S BEAUTY SHOP Stratford Center Hrgh School Grrls Only e 1 Ont Bunnx Ixelman Hg: KELMAN AND SONS Grocers Orders Delu ered Prornptly 2381 Mam St Stratford Conn SNOW WHITE LAUNDRY u1ck Seruce Phone 7 O l 4 l Slmmpo Wave A h M cure H r Trm enEvn g .VH 278 Fair field Ave 4 5369 Charles Wellmgton Walker R Archltect St1atfo1d New Yolk Bud epolt 85 7 y n I ' T 1. 11 is -f ' , . -. ' ' X el. 7- MQ , Y, ,, Permanent VVave 252.50 Wave 35C 91 1 rc , ani , C W ai l . Op e in s f l . C A. I. A., . A. R , M E ' S , I vu n AV v w u' g 1 . - P A - l - 1 fN RADIO All Makes Repalfcd Keatrng Brothers Inc Ggodell S Hard S Corner Stratford Conn Stratford Center Post Road Drner SERVICE SALES .I .I McNulty Prop Tel 7 0020 Prlvate Booths Phone 7 0134 Steak Sanclvuches Our Speeralty Cmraduatron Cnfts Beautlful Lastmg Servrcezxble GIFTS THAT LAST Henfl' C Reid Y5 S011 Larry s FIOIISI The Broad Street Jewelers 1134 Broad Street Brldgeport Set For Yourself I-Iow Much More The PRIOIDAIRF 3 Offers You In UTILITY CONVENII:NC1: and ECONOMY Buy Your Prrgrdarre In Stratford Terms To Sult See our dlsplay room exhlbxtxng these boxes also Bathrooms Heatmg Equlpment and O11 Burners C. IOVFII Sr 86 l I 1 1 l l 1 , . at , 1 . 1 , . . . 7, . 1 V, . I Compliments of 1 1 u 1 1 .4 0 ,J g - : 1 3 0 The Y. D. Filling Station Raycroft Beauty Salon Charles H. Johnson. Prop. 0-lil Hotel Barnum Arcade 4 , Specialists In GAS' OHS' And Aiussmlm Hair Tinting and Permanent Vfaving l25O Barnum Ave. Stratford Di31-'5-4lOl Compliments of Xfallancourtis Alling Rubber Company 3634 Main St, Stratford Tel. 7-0151 Dry Goods, G, E. Heating Appliances. '58 Fairfield Ave. Phone -l'-5757 A. B. C XVashers, Florence Range Burners The Bridgeport Engineering Institute Founileil 11421 -A EVENING CCURSES 3 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING at the CENTRAL HIGH SCHGOL Bi'icl,Qepoi't, Voiineetieilt Five year Courses on college level opt-Ii to stiicleiiw i-veiiti-en it ll i I i x i QL111lll'lC2ltlUllS ol' applicant ilett-i'niiiieiI luv piwsiiiizif ii r'vfr-tv. Full Il'2lYlNl'l'l' err-ilii io li-ziiiinu' ti-eiiii rail iii iii I avuilalili- to iiropi-i'lv qiizililfi-il Qiiiileiiia Regietration ':3ll-WUI? I? Xl- 'Sepieiiiher llih io lllth. Classes Begin Sepieiiiher limi .Xcldrexs I7 O, Box 733 J' Xxfuppgffgld Ifoitiplimrnls ol iliexato Service Station I . v - D . - f i HM Hmmm My Iianiilton 5 I hainiatx Slratliortl. Clonn 'lil Xlain Sl Slrailortl Barnuni Cash .Xlarket Ili h Cir tit vltitv nd Cnottii s lhlv l'i.iri1i1ni Ave. Iel 1-lfl I Iiree Deliverv PoLLoCK'S PHARMACY Rl 3600 Xlgm St' Curl Xyilcoxcun AVC, Larlitls' am! lill'lE:lwlA't'Qlll.ivllklil' Vutting: a Stratford. 'll-l. F YFU35 l'l1,'2llUl'iYlQ' l'il't'lll'll'lilri Yiiizi 'lfmit' l't-rmaiie Wilt sam- or lf.-mm.11 st-ma-" I 5'l""f'H'lflfli5iEf1Ii27l3l5W-1f1wfI5ldi, f f' x5X .3 ,, . . A N k,OI11plllNClllS ol lm? . ,-Q LX W scS3PURigW MOTOR EQUlPlVlElNT CQ. X so so 7 4f , jp B ? 2 by Q 1, 73 'L W l Cor, XX'all and XXIJICI' sm-is, Gd ' 5 ' B I Y 9 , Qtr A -ligand O. ridgcport, Conn. WI 8 px L g llwryrliinq . - X A 5 QQ All for Your Car ik! i illux ll3X fX Compliments of l. H. BRADLEY 170 lfilth AVC., Pmridgcport, Conn. Nlanufacturcr of High Spcccl Automatic XVood Turning and Sawing Machinery L. Complimcnts of Authurizt-tl Hvm-ral Iilct-trit' Dt-all-1' For Oil FLlI'll2LCOS and Air Vlllltllllfllllllg' Equipmn-nt 300 Fairfield Avenuc, Bridgcport i ' Tcl. 4-7704 577 Fairficld Avc. R. E. BLINN E5 SUN Britigviwffv Conn. 64 Cannon St. Bridgeport, Conn. J K Paridgcport, Conn. 1110110 4-2189 Toys Pholiu V1-05355 llama Party I'iiiYUl'5 Sporting' Gmals I I Nqpypllipx Highcst Quality Auto Parts l,'!-S41 florls I I ml H im, M Priccd Right Complimcrits of The I-lergi Nlanufacturing Co. Pmridgcport, Conn, 8 R I T Z BRIDGEPORT CONN New Fmzlaml s Vos! Beatztrful Ballroom Soft rost shadtd Irghts hmulx tar ptttd promtnadts ptrftct 1n 1prJo1nt mtnts The RU! IS 1 rxrt combrnatlon of home 11kt charm 1n 1 br1II1ant settmg U 1 NIIINIOIIII -AXLQOIKIIIYI II X11 1 C L11t'11 L11 Il'lII Q61 PI TER NIARESCO Io II ant N11 tue s D ERIEDMAN VAILOR Repaumg 0083 NIll'ltf0lCI Centel FOLAND DAIRY MILK CREAM ICE CREAM TELEPHONE 3 4121 Evervthmg Is Of The Best at the RED ROOF Haxt Your Party Here Why Not Complzments of the CLASS OE 37 Comphmtnts of DANNY S DINER Post Road at Vw'ash1ngton Brldgt Stratford Conn WILLIAM EURTAK CJIOCCFICS Mea s Vegetables Phone 7 1783 Free Dehverv 613 Iast WIJID St Stratford Conn Dr W G W1II13mS DDS DENTIST Iquttlt Bulldmg Stratford Center Patromze These Advert1sers I I - I M - - s I 1 - C , IVZIIIO I z ' . " ' 'z H21-in "1Ii1 I '.' ' I . .-XII I.L'SSUII4 SI Ac'1'1'. ., v V . .. 1 ' 1 : I . 1 . , , W - fur. . I1 ' I .I Idle S " IS 8' K B I ' b ' it V' lv AL A 1 X I E C 5 V ' V 1 3 I L I f ' I 4 I I 3 VIL-z111i11g, Pressing, Dyeing. and 1 sr: 1 L X 1' I x - I' ' . 3 K . I . . . E 7- 1 1 .C . 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