Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

 - Class of 1944

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BONNEY Vice Principal FACULTY Arts Edith Cook Wilfred Reider Commercial Avis Alcott Ruth Cunningham Llynola Curtis Maude Faris lmelda Goyette Marion Porter English janet Bartlett Waindzi Darling Pauline Dennett Audrey Estes Vinsen Gorman Evelyn Holmer Doris McGlynn Richard Mercer Fred Priestley Industrial Arts Henry Anderson Harland Coffin Earl Flagg irsi,Si , figs, ,' :X ' w . :L im 5 Edward Olsen Micheal Prezkop Charles Quinlan Carl Wischan Language Mildred Barvenik Marjorie Boyle Fannie Liehman Mathematics Mildred Black Linwood Bonney Mary Cooney Estelle Robins Everett Wcirdell Physical Education Helen Foland Thomas Andrews james Penders Music Kareta Briggs 7 3 Social Studies Jennie Alderman Eloise Carter Pearl June Ruth Manter Anne Paris George Puglisi Gunnar Stone Science Lowell Lippincott Katherine Merillat Nelson Payne Ruhy Wheeler Home Economics Pauling Hanson Isahel MeCohh Secretary Emma McCann Nurse Ethel Peck Librarian Theodora Nowlan IEN Hzwmf , f' .. ,, ' iv' 'vlsf .y Y g X . .f . s 5 ". in . inii"": x gt- 'ixira 'Z fo f My Qt 3 1, 'A A 1 A- "N-'Z ,Q ' d.'. 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Debating Club 2, 3: Paper Drive Team, Captain 4. ANTOINETTE H. ARNOULD turonin 573 Windsor Avenue Hare. bark, the lark. ul Hem'e11'.r galei fingr. Masquers Z, 3. President 41 A Capella Choir I, 2. 3, 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: French Club, President 3: Class Vicefpresident 3. OLIVER AURELIA "Ollie" 484 Nichols Avenue A man of .fufb genial mood. Entered the armed forces of the United States, November I5. I943. PETER BABEY 'iPete" 160 Graham Street Napoleon um rmall, 100. WILLIAM BAILIE "Bill" l894 Elm Street Life if ,virell and Jo are the gif-li-. Entered the armed forces of the United States. january. I944, FLORENCE BAKOS "Flash" 711 Nichols Avenue The quiet mind if richer tban ol crown. Log Stall: Paper Drive Team 4: Clarion Stall 3. 4: O,F.F. 4. ELIZABETH ALBRIGHT ..BetSy.. 310 Greenneld Avenue .Azz ifzdiwidual permnality, u':1rm-laearled and gEI76I'01l.f. O.F.F. 4: A Cappella Choir 4. ARLENE T. ALEXANDER "Arlie" 394 Hilltop Avenue A good heart if um-tb gold, Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Girls' Sports Club 3. 4. ALTON D. BARRETT. IR. "Basil" 135 Allyndale Drive The u'orld if mine tonigb! and uluuwyv. Class Treasurer 2: Homeroom Treasurer 1. 2. 3: Senex cum Laude. Entered the armed forces of the United States April. 1944. ANNETTE R, BASSO "Tina" 440 Hollister Street I'll be merry. I'll he freeg l'll be .sad for nobody. Girls' Sport Club 1. 2. 3. 4: O.F.F, 4: Homeroom Treasf urer 4: Civics Club 1. 1944 HOWARD A. BEEMAN "Howard" 100 Ocean Avenue Il'.r great to be alire! EDWARD BEHMKE ..Ed., 41 Lenox Street Well. lbaff over: now for .romelbing oelfcr. Boys' Club 1. 4. JENNIE BELUSH uleanu 4 30 Mary Avenue Congenial ro all and friend zo many. Senex cum Laude. MONICA BILCHECK "Billie" . 7 johnson Avenue A leind and gentle bear! lantla ibe. Band 1, 2. 3. President 4: A Capella Choir 2. 3. 4: Glee Club l: A. A. 1, 2. 3. 4. GRACE M. BORDEN "Gracie" 18 56 Main Street One need no! further look for daizzliflen' and rlmrm. Student Council 1, 2. 3:Gir1s' Sport Club 4: Art Club 2: junior Dramatic Club 1. JANINA A. BoRowY -:Niue 465' Hollister Street And .fb6'.f ture. tool Senex cum Laude. Secretaryg Clarion Staff 1, 3. Feature Editor 4: National Honor Society 4: Girls' Sports Club 2. 3. 4: Homeroom Vicef pr:sident 1. 2. Treasurer 4. ADA L. BEACH "Ada" 118 Fairview Avenue Calm and .serene amid Ibe lroulzled dn-i. Homeroom Librarian 4. RALPH E. BEDNARIK "Ralph" 82 Singer Court Lend every mlm Ilvim' 4' 11 but len' thy ruin NORMA M. BOWES "Norma" 87 Newtown Avenue Bright and plemizlg, full of fun, O EF. 4. EDWARD W. BRADLEY ..Ed.. 460 Knowlton Street He hath no leirure who meth if not. Football 3. 4. Entered tbe armed forces of the United States. December, 1943. L ELEANCR BROEDLIN "Elem 251 Wakelee Avenue Nferry ar ihe day ii long. Girls' Sport Club 1, 2: Travel Club 1, 2: O.F,F. 3. 4. MARY M, BROWN "Maggie" 64 Sunnyside Terrace She if truly happy who maker otherr happy. Senior Class Treasurer. RCBERT H. BUCKLEY ..BOb.. 2042 Barnum Avenue Men of jeu' wordr are the her! of men. Track 3, 4: Student Council Representative: Aviation Club 4: Hall Guard 4: Radio Club 4. ARTHUR BUECHER "Art" 380 Ocean Avenue Bleifingr on thee, lillle man. Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Civics Club 1. MILDRED E. BULMER "Bessie" 2644 Main Street Aluiayr ready 10 help cl friend. Civics Club Choir 3, 4: Senex cum Play. 1: A Capella Latin Club 2: Laude: Senior BARBARA A. BURNS 'LBurnsie" 823 Stratford Avenue Hail to lhee, hlilhe .rpirill Masquers 3. ROBERT BRELSFORD "Bob" 60 Avery Street Cheerful, jolly. erer a loyal friellzl. Civics Club 1: Student Counf cil 3. 4. Entered the armed forces of the United States. january, 1944. CAROLINE BRINK "Carol" 93 Plymouth Avenue Good friendi are like Hilde mandy, preriozu and fare. Senex cum Laude: National Honor Society 4: Log Ed' itorial Board: Travel Club 3. 4: Girls' Sport Club 4. -Nm 'Qi ROGER C. BURRITT "Rog" 588 Vifoodlawn Avenuc l'm fm! in haih-ful ar l Jeem. Basketball Assistant Manager 3. Manager 4: A.A. Repref sentative 2. 3. 4: Hall Guard 4: Science Club 1: Boys' Club 1. 2. 3. 4. LOIS A, CASEY L'Lois.' 224 Freeman Avenue Muhe hay u'hile1he.r1n1rhinex. Sencx cum Laude: Log Staff. 1944 ESTHER P. CECCARELL1 "Esther" -1 Swanson Avenue '5 I .rpeah uiizh my eyer. Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: O.F.F. 4. ANNA CHAN DA "Stretch" 331 Huntington Road I lore 41 hroad margin Io my life. A.A. 1, 2, Secretary 3. 4: O. F. F., Vicefpresident 3. President 4: Travel Club 1. 2, IRENE CHERPAK "Tillie" 241 Peace Street A jul! and 77l67'1'-Q' mul if worth more lhfuz a formne, Clarion Staff 4: Log Staff. JOHN T. CIAFFONE alohnny.. 29 2 Hollister Street The ,forte of hir own merit lildbtif hir uwj. Civics Club 1: Student Counf cil l, Entered the armed forces of the United States. December. 1943. ANNE M. CLANCEY k'ADUC" 280 Allyndale Drive Btzrh of quietnery liei' mnfh permzzalily. A.A, Council 3: O.F.F. 4: Sencx cum Laude. SHIRLEY F. CLARK "Shirl" 1246 Linden Avenue A fheerful temper maker heauty aftrarlire. A Cappella Choir 2. 3, Vice' president 4: Student Council 1, 2. 4: Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Senex cum Laude: National Honor Society 4. DOROTHY M. CASPER "Dottie" 846 Nichols Avenue lyyball-I' Ihe me of ll'01'7'-lillg. 11 Heier uuu l4'!H'1h7ll'bilt'. Student Council 1: A Cap' pclla Choir 4: O.F,F.. Vice' president 4: Masquers 4: Sen' ex cum Laude. ALFRED CECCARELL1 uChiCk" 281 Swanson Avenue The fem' of 1l'0?'f'A1 llt'l'L17' mmei' hear me. -Quan in-QF 'Q' BARBARA IEAN COFFIN "Bob" 4042 Main Street Sober bu! noi .re1'iou,s'. Quiet lm! no! idle. Biology Club 1, 2: Bond and Stamp Representative 4: Stu' dent Council 1, 2, 3: Travel Club 2, Secretary 3. THERESA F. CONNELL "Trese" 996 Wilcoxson Avenue Aluwyr' willing lo help: Aluwwyr trying lo pleafe. Clarion Staff 3, 4. LO NICHOLAS R. DeCHARIO "Little Caeser" 159 Otis Street He ix rifle who ir ronterzled. Boys' Club 2, 3: Track 3, 4: Paper Drive Team 4. ANTHONY DeVlTTO "Tony" 11 Peard Place ll mailer.: not lfou' long you lizfe, bu! hon' well. Track 1. HARVEY H. DIMICK 'kSpider" 543 Wilcoxson Avenue Mercury ufar slow. Track 1, 2, Captain 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Boys' Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Class President 4. BERNARD E. DLUGOS ..Bud.. 410 Swanson Avenue Ready, willing, and able. Boys' Club Tennisg Boys' Club Basketball: Tennis Team: Radio Club 4. BARBARA C. DONDERO "Bobs" 394 Laughlin Road Good nature if one of the richer! fruili' of perronalily. Photography Club, Treasurer 2, 3, 4: Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, Treasurer 2, 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Lost and Found 2, 3, 4: Girls' Sport Club, Bowling Manager 4. FREDERICK A. DOWNEY "Fred" 2232 Elm Street A Jlfooling Jmr. Baseball 3, 43 Basketball 4: Boys' Club 1, 2, 3: A.A. Representative 2, 3: Senex cum Laude. RUSSELL F. COX "Russ" 4 5 Beardsley Avenue A quiet permn exfepl when ollJe1'u'i.se. Entered the armed forces of the United States, February, 1944. WESLEY M. CRONK "Mort" 37 East Street Oh, Give me the fluxbirzg brine, The .fpfdy and Ilae lempe.vt',r roar. Civics Club l: Biology Club 2. f MARGARET M, DOYLE "Pearly" Bench Drive. Lordsliip She zrorhi zrifh a will and .1 nun, Girl? Sport Club -1. MILDRED P, DRAGAN ..Mmy.. 7.93 Bruce Avcnuc Noi,rele,n .za .1 leaiher. Log Stuff, 19 WILLIAM DUNN '-willy" 443 Birdseye Street Today if lhe Iornorrozz' you worried ahour -1E,YIKl'dcl-1. Entered the armed forces of the United States. January, 1944. IOSEPHINE EDWARDS ..-IO.. 164 Sedgwick Avenue A genuine good nazure which newer reckoned ilfr own worth. A Cappella Choir 1: Student Council 4: Civics Club 1: Senex cum Laude: Girls' Sport Club 4. NAOMI C. ERLE "Nom" 1683 Barnum Avenue A lighl heart and a carefree manner. Civics Club 1: Drum Major' ette 1. 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 2: Girls' Sport Club 2: Glee Club. 44 GEORGE C. FAGAN uGeorge" 130 Freeman Avenue Oh, ifi' grea! Io get up in Ihe mornzng. hui 11'r nicer to lie III hed. Student Council 1. HELEN FAIRLEY "Helen" 64 Avon Street Keep what if worth keeping. Clarion Staff 3, Exchange Editor. Feature Editor 4: Civics Club lg Senex cum Laude. ANNA FIGULY "Ann" 50 Williain Street To draw. to fhelrh. Io paint if my delighl. DOROTHY DREVANIK "Dottie" 27 Franklin Avenue A JIHIIIVJ' .rnzifu if zrorlh -your zrlwiit. Squad Leader l: O.l:,F, 4: Scnex cum Laude: Clce Clulo 4. Travel Club Z. PAULINE P. DUCH "Pat" 382 Highland Avcnuc Therefi alzra-yr 11 .1-pm' .md a place for her imile. O.F.F. 3: Homeroom Libra- rian 1. 2. 3. 4: Student Coun- cil 2: Homerooin Secretary 2. RU DOLPH FILICKO ..Rudy.. 206 Henry Avenue A bear! for any foie. ANN E. FITZMAURICE "Annie" 136 Fairview Avenue Alerl zo rerre. IRWIN FRENCH ulzrencbyn 98 Yale Street I agree wilh no manl' opinion I bare rome of my ou'n. Track 1. 2, 3. 4: Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. 4: A.A. Council 2. 3. 4: Radio Club 4: Football Assistant Manager 3, Mana' ger 4 DORIS I.. FRITZ 'kDoris" 3 '56 Woodstock Avenue Simplirily bo: an abiding charm. Senex cum Laude: Civics Club 1: Mop Crew 3. JOSEPH R. FUSCO "Joe" 426 Jackson Avenue Deedr not u'ord.r. FRANK GALLIMORE "Frank" 241 Fourth Avenue A .rofl-.rpoken gentleman. Entered the armed forces of the United States, November. l943. Y MARION L. GARIEPY 'xIV1arion" 717 Wilcoxson Avenue Slyle, lbe mode of farfoion. Student Council 3. 4: Bio- logy Club 2. Treasurer 3: Girls' Sport Club 3, 4: Usb' ers' Guild 2: A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Log Staff. FRANK GERMAN ..JOe.. 62 Barnum Terrace If work inzerjerei- willy plea,r14re, why worla? Boys' Club 3: Football 3. ALBERT C. FLOBERG ..Al.. 2181 Broadbridge Avenue Fun if my bert rulvjert. junior Debating Club 1, 2: Boys' Club Basketball 2, 4: Boys' Club Baseball 2. JOHN E. FORD "Jack" 110 Creston Road Tlyy hair, long may il ware. Band 2. Entered the armed forces of the United States, December. 1943. I R .s.s.. aw f, MARIE T. GERSCHEFSKI "Rec" 49 Catherine Street There if zmflviflg I0 ffvllbltl my Demi. A Capella Choir 4. ALICE E. GIOVANETTI -'Daisy'- 440 Soundview Avenue Mefkiuki I .rpg JI gil-1 fL1'illb1F in your brozwz e-an. Sophomore Class Secretary: Clarion Staff 3. 4: Log Staff 4: O.F.F. 4: Student Council. Assistant Secretary 4. wr-' 'Q' X . 1944 CHARLOTTE A. GROH "Charlotte" 366 Woodstock Avenue Szreel permnalily, full of mvruliiy. O.F.F, 4: Glee Club 2, HELEN GRZYBALA "Gybufbu" 472 Canaan Road Afzmyr nzerry, alzrayr guy. Transferred from Warren Harding High School. Bridge' port. Conn.. September. 1942. JOHN R. HANLON -Jack" 63 Temple Street A 7116111 quile romplele. President 3: Home' President 2. 3: Boys' 1, 2. 3: A Cappella Choir 3: Latin Club 2. Class room Club RAYMOND H. HANNA "Shorty" 1332 Linden Avenue Allff rigbz zrifb the zrorld. LOIS HANRAHAN "Lois" 25' Elizabeth Street Her frief1d.rbi,f2 if .rtmigbt-for- ward mm' rpringr from the faearl. Senex cum Laude: Log Staff: Latin Club 2: Girls' Sport Club 3. 4: Band 1, 2. 3, 4. BEVERLY M. HARKNESS "Bev" 86 Sutton Avenue Hll7'1'5Ib fm' frm and lazzgbfer. Girls' Sport Club 2. 4: Mas' quers 4: Dramatic Club 33 Civics Club 1: Latin Club 2. GLORIA CIUFFREDA 'LGlor" 37 Canaan Court A Iiglif ben! and .1 zrillirzg fmlzzf. Transferred from Vv'illiam C. Bryant High School, New York. N. Y.. Jammry. 1941. MARGARET L. GRAHAM ulvlargiei' 73 Cornwall Street A girl of tl fell' Il701ll'.IIItf :Hindi Glec Club Z: A.A. 1: Sencx cum Laude. 'St DOROTHY 1. HARTLEY "Dot" 358 Highland Avenue llvhat you do will hellerr what ir done. Masquers 43 National Honor Society 4: Senex cum Laudeg War Stamp Committee 4. STEWART HAWKINS "Stew" 1470 South Main Street Be ,fuwifl to hea1',,rlou'to ypeah, and ,ilow lo wrath. Entered the armed forces, March, 1944, DOROTHY O. HERDE "Dottie" 133 Glenheld Avenue She mmm: jrozwz: She nerer trier. Civics Club 1: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: Clarion Staff 3, 41 Travel Club 2: O.F.F. 4. JEAN M. HOLCOMB "Jeannie" 47 Clinton Avenue Re,fer'1'ed in her manner, .rhe doth undertake lhifzgr in ta quiel way. Homeroom Secretary 43 Sen- ex cum Laude: National Honor Society 3, 43 O.F,F. 4g Glee Club 4. LOIS HOLMES MLON 683 Longbrook Avenue Speak Joftly, and Jufeelly Jmile. Latin Club 21 Biology Club 2g A Cappella Choir 3, 45 Travel Club 2. KATHERINE HRITZ --Kathy'- 128 Canaan Road Her falmners and her Jleadi- zzeir prove her different. Transferred from Granville, N. Y., High School, 1943. STEPHEN M. HUDAK "Steve" 389 Jackson Avenue They ,ray a carpefzier if known bert hy hir rhipx. JOHN HUGHES "jack" 434 Housatonic Avenue No Jhy if heavy if lhe heart if light. Entered the armed forces of the United States, November 12, 1943. BERNICE A. HECKLER "Bern" 1574 North Avenue Generally rpeahing. She if generally fpeahing. Girls' Sport Club 3, 41 Senex cum Laude: Log Staff, ELIZABETH L. HELBIG --Betty" 882 Wilccmxson Avenue Wforh ir well done when il'J done uiizh a will. Girls' Sport Club 2: Latin Club 2: National Honor So' ciety, Treasurer 3, 4: Senex cum Laude: Log Staff 4. ROBERT HURLEY ..BUb.. 68 Blakeman Place Life wilboul .rporlr ir 1101 life. Basketball: Baseball: A.A. 1, 2. Vicefpresident 3, President 4: Football 1. 2. 3. Captain 4: Entered the armed forces of the United States, December, 1943. WILLIAM J. HUST, JR. "Bill" 11 Eleanor Etreet Dark lzmuvz ejyer and wary burr, Alwajr mag mme lady fair Boys' Club 2, 4: Band 3, 4: Senior Play: Senex cum Laude: HifY Club 2, 3, 4. 1944 JEAN A. IVERSON alvy.. 221 Nichols Avenue Clmrmingly and quietly .flae goer laer way. Clarion Staff 4: Log Editorial Board 4g Civics Club Ig Sen- ior Play Committeeg Senex cum Laude, ERWIN B. JACOBS "chip" ZO82 Main Street Begone, dull rare! Boys' Club 1, 2. Manager 43 Aviation Club 4, Paper Drive Team 4. WILLIAM L. JAGOE "Bill" 576 Huntington Road Enrapped in lair oufaz lbouglalr. JOHN E, JAPP Ujohn.. 740 Wilcoxson Avenue Popularity ir the keynote of rurcerr. National Honor Society 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, Presi- dent 4: Band 1, 2. 3: Debat- ing Club 1, President 2: Homeroom President 1, 3. VIRGIN IA A. JAY alinny.. 1721 Elm Street Honerl work lad! ilr f61Ud1'dJ'. Transferred from Bellows Free Academy, St. Albans. Vermont, September, 1943. GEORGE R. JEZIERNY "Bud" 119 Clarendon Street Give me a .rolid bear. Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2. 3: Orchestra 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Squad Leader 4. MARILYN L. HUTCHIN "Lee" 4805 North Main Street A qlfirlf f'6f.1'P!Hl,llI'6lI6'.1J' in um-d and deed. Girls' Sport Club 3. 4: Travel Club 3. 4: Log Staff. JOSEPH A. IONNO "Joe" 81 High Park Avenue A :mm of deep lbrmgbl. Radio Club 41 Track 24 Civ' ics Club 1: Business Manager of Senior Play: Paper Drive Team CofCaptain 4. KENNETH HARVEY JOHNSON uKenv- 234 Klondike Street Don't from the bridge unlil you rome to if. Civics Club 1: Photography Club 2. President 3, 43 Def bating Club 2: A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4: Music Club 4. ROBERT w. JONES. JR. '-BOE" james Farm Road Mirrhief, thou an afoot. Senior Play: Variety Show 3, 4: Boys' Club 23 HifY Club 3. WM W. . JEAN F. KILBRIDE ...kann 47 Eunice Parkway Hou' .iufeel you are. Girls' Sport Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3: Biology Club 2. 3. 43 Civics Club 1: Log Staff, JOHN P. 1cOOH1ss "Jack" 554 Woodlaxvn Avenue Don't try girlfy I'll be back. Football 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4: Student Counf cil, Vicefpresident 3: HifY Club, Treasurer 4. RUTH jEAN KOHL "Rufus" 95 Elmhurst Avenue Willaouz one floud of gloom. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sport Club 1. 2, 3, Secretary 4: Class Treasurer 3: Homeroom Vicefpresident 2. 4: National Honor Society 4. I REGINALD A. KOPNICKY ..Reg.. 493 Hollister Street Quertioning ix not the mode of ronverrafion among genlle- men. Basketball 1, 4: Squad Lead' er 3. Entered the armed forces of the United States. May. 1944. SHIRLEY M, KNELL "Lee" 1429 West Broad Street Mifrlaief dancer in ber eyef and .rmiler upon her lipi-. Biology Club 2: junior Dramatic Club 1: A.A. Coun- cil 2g Civics Club 1. KATH RYN V. KRAN YAK "Kitty" 54 Canaan Court l'm new around here. Transferred from Central Commercial High School. New York, New York, Def cember, 1943. O.F.F. 4. THOMAS R. KAMENICKY "Tom" 414 Thompson Street I am ar .reriofef ar a judge. Boys' Club 1, 2: Homeroom President 1. Entered the armed forces of the United States. February. 1944, ROBERT J. KELLEY "Bob" 62 Otis Street If happy manner and ,fmiling fare Would but rbofe of work difplafe. Football 2: Track 2: Boys' Club 1, 2. PETER KRUG HPSR.. 26 Dover Street Do your duly do il bmrely. Entered tbe armed forces of the Unitel States. November. l943. WILLIAM KUBA "Bill" 192 Taft Street Lilrle. but ob myl Boys' Club lg Art Club 2. .WW 1944 BARBARA J. LASSEN "Bob" 87 Blakeman Place Small in iize, bu! great in alsilily. Biology Club 2. Secretary 3: Debating Club 1, Secretary 2: Latin Club 2: Senex cum Laude: National Honor So' ciety 3. Secretary 4. MARY T. LAWRENCE ..Mary.. 37 Vernon Street Conlentmenf ix lmppineli Student Council l. MARIE LAZARO L'Marie" '57 Underwood Court There ir a quiet rpirit. Transferred from Central High School, Bridgeport. Conn., September. 1942. DOROTHY LEEL "Dot" 183 Johnson Avenue None bu! loeazfelf mn be ber paml l el . Drum Majorette 2. 3, 41 Senex cum Laude: Log Stall: A.A. Council: Senior Play. GEORGE P. LEHRMAN "Yuki" 563 King Street He beam hir burzlem' ligblly. Boys' Club Baseball 2: Foot' ball 3: French Club 33 Pho' tograpby Club 4. EVELYN LENDACKY ..EV.. 118 Clover Street Plemanl to everyone. Clarion Stall, 3, 4. GILBERT KUNIN "Gil" ll4 Arbor Street Amlzftimz hui nu rent, Boys' Club Basketball I. 2. Manager 3: Bovs' Club Base' ball l. 21 Bowling 41 Stage Manager of Senior Play: Ra' dio Club 4. T. MITCHELL KYTE 'LMitcl1" 33 Colony Street A lillle zzomeme zmu' and llven IJ f8ll.l'l.7ell' by flue bell of men. Variety Sliow 4: Aviation Club, Secretary 41 Bowling 4. FRANCES M, LESTINSKY "Franny" 254 Bruce Avenue Alu'ai11 wndy Io lend L1 band. Transferred from Warren Harding High School. Bridgeport. Conn.. Septemf ber. 1941 O.F.F. 4: Girls' Sport Club 3. MARY T. A. LINDBLOM "Mary" 2424 Broadhridge Avenue A iweef diufzorizion if tbe .rign of a friendly mul. Civics Club l: Travel Club 4: O.F.F. 4. JULIA LUCEY Mjudy.. 17 Eleanor Street Leirure if llae lime for doing .fornellling uxeful. Transferred from Hartford Public High School. May. 1942. O.F.F. 4. LILLIAN LUCWINKO "Dollie" 691 Canaan Road A ,irnile for 61'61'V'1l70dJ'. Transferred from Duryea High School, Duryea, Penn' sylvania, September, 1943. DORIS E. LURIX "Dorn 1731 Stratford Avenue Bridgeport, Conn. A1 nire a girl ar run be found anywhere. Transferred from Warren Harding High School. Octof ber. 1942: Girls' Sport Club 4g O.F.F. 41 Senex cum Laude. FRANCES E. MARINO "Fran" 167 jackson Avenue Unlevr you know ber well, Her value you mnnol tell. Glee Club 1: Civics Club 1: Senex cum Laude. MURIEL M. MARSIC "Mur" 350 Thompson Street Cheerful and jolly, ever 4 loyal friend. O.F.F. 4. HELEN M. MCCARTHY "Helene" 51 Melville Street I l?'U1'l6 or play, as I think bert. Homeroom Treasurer 2: Travel Club 4: Senex cum Laudeg National Honor So' ciety 4: Log Staff. STEPHEN T. LISC1NSKY 'kSteve" 50 Graham Street Azzuy zrillz honey. u'e'1'e here for fun. Homeroom President 31 Paper Drive Team 4, DONALD L. LOWN DS "Don" 179 Brightwood Avenue Laugh and ine world laughs with jou, Sludj and you .rludy alone. Aviation Club 4. JOHN M, McDONOUGH ..RCd.. 1136 Broadbridge Avenue Lire ludtzj. zrfvj Zl'01'7'A1 clfirllzl f!1l1l07'l'0ll'. JOAN MCGILL "joan" 840 East Broadway A welrome link in e1'ery011e'1 flmirz of friezzdrbip. A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Senex cum Laude: Biology Club 2, 3. 4: Travel Club 4: Civics Club 1. 1944 BARBARA M, MILLER "Bobbie" 156 Blakeman Place A loyaf .vleudfail friend: What more tould morlal mb. Student Council 4: A.A, 2. 3, President 4: Girls' Sports Club 1: Treasurer 2, 3, Presif dent 4: A Cappella Choir 4. JEAN A. MILLS "Jeanne" 553 Birdseye Street I1'.r Hire lo be natural when you're zlalumlly nite. Girls' Sport Club 3. 4. ANN M. MILOT ..Ann.. 35 Oakwood Street Dark egefq I0 efzrbanting. Girls' Sport Club 1, 2. 3, 4: Log Staff. HARRY MOLLER "Mouse" 97 Floral Way From the crown of bi.: bead to Ike .foie of bil' foci. be ii' all mirth. Civics Club 1. RAYMOND MONEY ..Ray.. l86 Norman Circle Eat. drink, and be merry. ETHEL P. MOTIL "Moe" 7 Peace Street Thea fold me Iba! life um jun zwlmz I made il. Homeroom President 2. 3: Senex cum Laude: Clarion Staff Z, 41 Log Stall: Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4. ASA R. MEAD 'kAce' Zll Plymouth Street ll"e'!l pltq Ike gtllllc' .md zrin il. ma. Football 41 Boys' Club l. Z, 4: Science Club lg Travel Club l. EDWARD L. MICHEL ..Ed.. 191 California Street Cure ii 41 1l'07'!'-J I dnrf! lfrmuz Senex cum Laude: Basketball 4: Hi-Y Club 3, Secretary 41 Aviation Club 4: Boys' Club 1. 2. 3. L VERNA MU LLER "Nan" 101 Oakland Place Look out upon the .ftariq Arid ihame them with thine eyer. Log Staff: Biology Club 2: Girls' Sport Club 4: Latin Club 2: French Club 2. JOSEPH T. MULRENNAN "joe" 115 Holmes Street Not that he likei' uiork len, hut fun more. Homeroom President 4: En' tered the armed forces of the United States, January, 1944. ROBERT NEWMAN "Bob" 867 Nichols Avenue A pleaiant youth, mort genial, frank: A thararter of higheit rank. Aviation Club 4: Paper Drive Team, Cofcaptain 4: Decoraf tion Committee 3, 4. Entered the armed forces of the United States, March, 1944, EDWARD C. NICHOLS ..Ed.. 242 Housatonic Avenue I had a thing to ray, hut I will hide my time, Clarion Staff 3, 4: A.A. 1. Entered the armed forces of the United States, January, 1944. SHIRLEY ANNE NICHOLSON "Snicky" 95' Minor Avenue Her intelligence ii only .rur- parred hy her perionalily. Homeroom Secretary 4: Latin Club 2, Quaestor 3: Clarion Staff 3, Assistant Editor, 4: Senex cum Laude: National Honor Society 3, President 4. ERWIN D. NIESYN ..88., 123 Oakland Street Not for himrelf, hut for the world he liver. National Honor Society 4: Senex cum Laude, President: Councileers 3, 4: Biology Club, Vicefpresident 3: Presif ident 4: Hi-Y Club,Vice- president 3. President 4: KENNETH H. OLSEN 3'Ken" 223 Soundview Avenue Calm and modest, iteady and yure. Photography Club 3, Vice' president 4: Aviation Club, Vicefpresident 4: Boys' Club Basketball 4: Senex cum Laude: Football 4. ELEANOR M. ORTON "Eleanor" 43 Reiter Street Carling lockr and .runny rmiler Civics Club 1: O.F.F. 3, 4: Travel Club 4: Girls' Sport Club: Clarion Staff. JAMES G, MURRAY ...lima 562 King Street In the dayfr feat, he proved a good man on the court. Basketball 1, 2, 3. 4: Avia- tion Club 4g Homeroom Treasurer 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3: A.A. Represent' ative 3. WALTER MURZYN "Walt" 1653 North Avenue Hir very .foul hath muyit' in it. A.A. l. 2: Band 3, 4. En' tered the armed forces of the United States, january, 1944. G LADYS M. PALMBERG "Glad" 176 Warwick Avenue Slzvefi rule, .nu'ee1. and .10 pelile. Glee Club 1. 2: Library Club 3: O.F,F. 4: Log Stall 4. MARY PANOSION ..Mary.. 2343 Barnum Avenue To have frieudl' ii to be wze. Log Staff: Clarion Staff 4: Senex cum Laude. 5 1944 CONSTANCE M, PERO "Connie" 3 Elm Terrace Her IJHPPJ' .mul looks laugh- ingly flarougla ber eyex. Travel Club 3, President 4: Masquers 4: National Honor Society 3. 4: Senex cum Laude: Senior Play. ESTHER PERSONEUS ..Mert.. 1278 Broadbridge Avenue The mi vtr' or of all fourieig. Civics Club 1. FAITH G. PETERSON upete.. 699 Lon gbrook Avenue Determination if llae goal lo ,lllff6'f.lk. A Cappella Choir l. 2. 3. 4: Biology Club 2. Secretary 3. Treasurer 4: Senex cum Laude. Treasurer: National Honor Society 3. 4: War Stamp Committee. ROBERT C. PETERSON "Bud" 2287 Elm Street Mu.i'ic iJ bij fond. , Class Vicefpresident 4: Ra' dio Club 4. EDWIN W, PHOENIX ..Ed.. 745 Nichols Avenue Wflaal ybould a man do bill be merry? FRANCES M. Pj URA 'LFranny" 292 Reeds Lane Quiet 415 a minute: Never laoldf u grudge. Glee Club l. 21 Senex cum Laude: O.F.F. 4. IRENE PAPCUN ..l.. l97 jackson Avenue Cbarmirzg. limple, and lzmfet. Senex cum Laude: OFF., Treasurer 4. BARBARA j. PARSONS "Bobby" 37 20 Main Street When .rlye playa' ererjorze .vlopr to liifwl. National Honor Society 3. 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Travel Club 4: Biology Club 2. 3. 4: A Cappella Choir 2, 4. ,uw , I9 ,Q-X wav' DOROTHY E. PONIATOWSKI MDM.. 2184 Barnum Avenue Happy and izreel. 61 truer friend yor!!! newer meel. O.F.F.. Secretary 4: National Honor Society 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Log Staff: Scnex cum Laude. JOSEPH 1. POREMBA aloe.. 14 Barnum Terrace O. rome helweerr me and my hooks. Boys' Club 3, 4: Paper Drive Team 4. FRANCIS I. PROKOP "Frank" 364 Stratford Road "I know nz lrifh worth lufo of lhalf' Latin Club 1: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Photography Club 2, 3, Vice-president 4: Senex cum Laude. THERE SA E. PUJDA "Pudge" 9 Barnum Terrace One to tell a merry tale. EMMA A. PUZZO "Emmy" 410 Henry Avenue She who laughr and ir happy hringr .runrhine urizh every day. rw-' MARJORIE C. QUILL - "Margie" 426 Wilcoxson Avenue Pretty ar a piriure. A Cappella Choir 3, 4: Homeroom Secretary 4: Senex cum Laude: A.A. 3. 4. IOHN E. READY ..Ready.. 2155 Main Street Young fellouxr will he young felloufxr. Civics Club 1: Travel Club 1. EDWARD C. REUBER ..Ed.. 36 Sikorsky Place Stratfordkr Gene Krupa. , Councileers 3, 4: Band 3. SALLY A. POWELL "Squeak S23 Nichols Avenue Mirchief lzzrhf uvlhzn thee A Capella Choir '7 3 Pr dent 4: Girls' Sports Club 1 Z. 3. Vicefpresident 4 Travel Club 4: O.F.F. 3: Les ong leurs 2. MARY 1. PRALL ..Babe.. 156 Burritt Avenue To he pleamrzl It fl gr! O.F.F. 4. R- .ABA KL JOHN REYNOLDS ' 'iGlobCu 131 Housatonie Avenue A lift' ,un Ibe mean u'a1'e. a bume on the rolling deep, Senex cum Laude: French Club 3: Latin Club 2: Boys' Club 3: I'IifY Club 4. Entered the armed forces of the United States. May. 1944. HELEN E. RIBADENEYRA "Helen" 107 Yale Street 'Tii' 110 folly to be jolly. Latin Club 2: Student Coun' eil l. 2. 3, 4: Girls' Sport Club 2, 3: Debating Club 2. 3: Log Stall. 4--4? 1944 BEVERLY ROBERTSON "Bev" 200 Elliott Street Wfbeu .the i.rn'l giggling. .rl1e'.f giggling, Clarion Stall: 2: O.F.F. 41 Log Staff. SHIRLEY ROBERTSON "Rustie" 200 Elliott Street Lelfr he happy and gay. Glee Club I: A.A. Represent' ative 4: Civics Club 1. WILLIAM B, ROBERTSON "Bill" 326 Ocean Avenue Nolbing worrief him. Noifaing hll7'fj6'.l' him. Squad Leader 4: Senex cum Laude. THERESA A. ROGERS "Terry" 168 Avon Street Life ii' Jbarl, .ro why 1l'f17'7j'.: A.A. Representative 4: Glee Club I. 2. 3. 4. LEWIS D. ROVIELLO "Lew" 50 Jesse Avenue Smilei' go a long may Iowan: making life guy. Boys' Club Basketball 1. 2, 3: Squad Leader. RAYMON D S. ROYAL ..Ray.. 44 Swanson Avenue Wflyenerer lmublel' in the brew, Hou' rome lhey uluwys: .Dirk 011 you? Entered the armed forces of the United States, December. 1943. ARTHUR R. RICHTER MAN.. 65 Marsh Vkfay Tube me lmrlf in Bwmlflm. ELEANOR A, RITCHIE "Nora" 908 Broad Street Her imilef Jbou' ber btzppineii' Her ffielzdi. ber pnpnlarilpy A Cappella Choir 1. 2. 3. Sec retary 4: Masquers 3: Girls Sport Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Na tional Honor Society 3: Claus Secretary 3. 4. .,..-.56 5 I JAMES RUSSELL Slim., 1385 Stratford Avenue True lore newer 1:11111 fmootbly. WILLIAM P. SAVKO "Sam" 529 Soundview Avenue So much is o mon u'o1'llJ ui he erteemi himself. Boys' Club 1, 2. 3. RHODA L. SCHOTT "Rhoda" 86 Holmes Street Lovely to look at: Delightful to know. Cheerleader 3, 4: Student Council, Secretary 4: Senior Play: Log Staff: Senex cum Laude. HAZEN SCHUERER "Haze" 386 Woodstock Avenue Claaltefifzg all day longg Like an erzdleir Jong. Latin Club 2: Biology Club 2. 3, 4: Girls' Sport Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Senex cum Laude: Sen' ior Play. MARGARET SEMEDO "jet" Moflit Street A quiet girl with pleariflgs wayy. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. BEATRICE SHEEHY "Lorraine" 647 Lorigbrook Avenue Her tongue within leer lipf remaim. JOSEPH I. SIMALCHIK "joe" 334 Hollister Street A Jilent, thy, peare-lowing guy. Transferred from St. ,lohn's High School, Pittston. Penn' Sylvania, September, 1943. SHIRLEY A, SMITH "Shirl" 3192 Main Street Her happy heart if reflected in ber eyei. Transferred from Hamden High School, Hamden, Conn. September, 1942: Girls' Sport Club 3, Treasurer 4: Senior Play: A.A. 3, 4. BETTE A, SCHIRILLO "Bet" 71 General Street Beuiilrhing dark eyer. Girls' Sport Club 1, 4. JEANNE M. SCHNEIDER "Jeanie" 1290 Elm Street Her friendr. they are malty, Her foex, are there any? Student Council 3, Treasurer 4: Homeroom Vicefpresident 4: Music Club 4: Girls' Sport Club 3, 4: A Cappella Choir 1, 2: Treasurer 3, 4. RUTH STANKO uRuth" 4 Cornwall Street A liketzlfle girl with likeable uugi. Transferred from Garneld Junior High School, Johns' town Pa.. 1942. lvlusic Club 4. GEORGE STASKO 'iPete" 388 Jackson Avenue 'l'of7.r. no mailer bou' you look ul kim. 'Q xnfil . Wav L S3 -Q-.legit . Wy.. 1944 VICTORIA A. STURCHIO "Vicki" 155 Mary Avenue A friend lo all who knou' ber. O.F.F. 4. MABEL C. SUMMONS ..May.. 67 Van Renesslear Avenue Least mid, Jooneil mended. Girls' Sport Club 4: Glee Club I, 2: Civics Club I. VIRGINIA SUMPLE 'LGinny" 4163 Main Street jufl a quiet girl. hui a grand pal. Student Council 21 Biology Club: Travel Club 2, Treasf urer 3. IRENE A. TANSKI "Irene" 112 Liberty Street Sfieefb if filrer, ,iilenre golden. EDMUND J. TESLA "Teaser" 235 Hollister Street For bex a jolly good fellou' SYDNEY P. TORGEN "Susie" Z5 Elmhurst Avenue Life it ilyorz, ,ro make if merry one. French Club 3: Latin Club 2 Biology Club 2. 3. 4: Girls Sport Club Z. 3, 41 Cheer leader 3. 4. jOSEPH STEMPLE njoc.. 50 Barnum Terratt Ererjlbing llvere li lo Illfllat one grand lrllozr. Entered the armed forces ol the United States. November. 1943, ESTELLE M. STRACK 'iEstelle" 495 Light Street A mre folllliizznlionfwz fair FUIIHIEHMIIFH plux 41 .flore of fwijdlllll. Clarion Stall 3. Editor 4g National Honor Society 3. 4: Log Editorial Statl: Stu' dent Council I. 2. 41 Senex cum Laude. WILLIAM TOTH "Bill" 146 McKinley Avenue A regular fellow. FRANCES R, TROTT "Fran" 167 Dewey Street Ai nl friend there if no better. National Honor Society 3, 4: Senex cum Laude: O.F.F. 4: Glee Club l, 2: Clarion Stall' 3. Assistant Editor 4. GEORGE J. VANO "George" 176 Holmes Street Hix mlenli' are of lhe Jilenl hind. Boysl Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Radio Club 4: Aviation Club. Treasf urer 4: Homeroom President 2, 4: Baseball 1. 2. 3, Cofcapf tain 4. CORRINE T. VINCENT ..Terry.. 240 Boston Avenue The her! ffngi' of life me earned by honerl toil. O.F.F. 4: Student Council 2. DOROTHY E. VITKO "Dot" 876 Huntington Road I lore ,rludyg I'll walrh any- hody do it. Travel Club 2: 0.F.F, 3. JOHN WARGO "Limpy" 227 Victory Street Toddv if Ihe thing. For who hnowf what mmor- rou' will bring. Football 3, 4: Baseball 3. Co' captain 4: Paper Drive Team 4: Boys' Club Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4. NYDIA A. WARNER ..Nye.. 1857 Broadbridge Avenue A pfelly girl i5 like a melody. National Honor Society 3, 4: Senex cum Laude: Biology Club 2. 3, 4: O.F.E, 3: Civics Club, Secretary 1. C. CURTIS WEIDLICH "Curt" 37 Yale Street Nolhing .fucreedf like Jurfexf. Senex cum Laude: Senior Play: Masquers 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3. 4: Log Staff. LESLIE 1. TURNER "Les" 34 Locust Street A handwme man if alzmyx in danger. Football 3, 4: Baseball Mana' ger 2. 3, 4, A.A. Represent' ative 1, 4: Aviation Club, President 4: Homeroom President 4. WARREN S. UPSON "Warren" 1208 Wells Place He appearr quiel. hu! we wonder. Entered the armed forces of the United States, May, 1944. JUSTIN WHIPPLE "justin" 178 Patterson Avenue Blow, Gabriel, blow! Science Club 1: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Councileers 3. 4. EARL JONES "Earl" 1387 Stratford Avenue He meer life af it comer. Entered the armed forces of the United States, December 8, 1943. LOUISE J. WILKINSON ..L0u.. 585 Nichols Avenue VERNA C. WOLFE "Angel" 7.9 Burr Place Dymmzilc l'0f1l6,f iu mmf! parlfager. Civics Club l: Senex cum Laude. Her mild manner if a rare pouexfion. A Cappella Choir 2. 3. 4 . Mop Crew 4: O.F.F. 4: Glee Club 1, 2: Girls' Sport Club 4. 31 NEWTON F. LOCKHART "Newt" 144 Ridge Road A muxirian and a xrbalar. Photography Club 2, 3, 4: Band 4g Councileers 3, 4. WN' "'-anew-f' ,npr QW' W 'v 'Ewa ,N 9' fm E-TM SS' mf 'V .1-dl""k ,pefgw DI 'ZW up--f wxq gf K . . S gi W qw? 5? I3 A A IQACTERI I cg 99220 ggi' cg I Q,v,'Zgv-B06 25 ei' N alll IN iv ' f 1 "F"1'il' N 'fgcxr 5' Q W l '19, ggglpbls V N W' 'hiiv f viii. , .I X Q Q Xe gl 19' J X . Q e::ss::::: sassy 'i - Ccgx '-!:.:! 'ui um'--. ' N , ' AE: e 5 flii? ,, 'J i i ll V 'fl KE 911 10 , 'lie-,W -' ,.-'J 2' ... -3- -f' ef E15 -L 1 X -15: 1553.-fri" l ' , f Nw x ff ' xx - -Z 7 Q ,Eff - a -ZZ, c :nffi ? St up Q? 4'5" .- 4.22 f ,K gg 54 'A EY E 1 lg 1 J V gl Q0 u -,.:- .-,S GIRL BOY Best Scholar .... Shirley Anne Nicholson Best Looking ..... ............ D orothy Leel Best Athlete .. ..... Barbara Miller Best Dancer . . .... Janina Borowy Best Artist ..... ..... D orothy Leel Best Dressed .... .......... C harlotte Groh Best Author .... Shirley Anne Nicholson Best Actress .......... Shirley Knell Best Alibier ..... Mary Brown Most Popular .... ..... J ean Schneider Most Obliging . ,. ..... jean Schneider Most Carefree . . . .... Ruth jean Kohl Most Bashful .... ...... A da Beach Most Energetic .. ..... Barbara Miller 34 Best Scholar Best Looking Best Athlete Best Dancer Best Artist . Best Dressed Best Author Best Actor . Best Alibier Most Popular Erwin Niesyn . .Les Turner .John Kochiss William Hust Willizim Kuba William Hust Erwin Niesyn Erwin Niesyn Williztm Hust . . . .John Kochiss lvlost Obliging .... ........ J ohn japp Most Carefree ....... Edward Michel Most Bashful .... ..... F rederick Downey Most Energetic ........ John japp Most Likely to Succeed ........ Estelle Strack Most School Spirit .... ..... S hirlcy Clark Most Poised ...... ..... E leanor Ritchie Cutest ....... ..... S hirley Kncll Biggest Cutfup .. ......... Sally Powell Biggest Talker ,.... Helen Rihadeneyra Best Coniedienne .. ......... Sally Powell Noisiest .... . . ...,......... Sally Powell Best Musician . . .... Shirley Anne Nicholson Biggest Giggler . . . .......... Hazen Schuerer Most Likely to Succeed lvlost School Spirit .,... Most Poised ..., Cutest ....... Biggest Cutfup .. Biggest Talker . Best Comedian . . Noisiest ....... . . Best Musician . . . Biggest Giggler .. . . .john hlapp . . . . .john .lapp I enneth Olsen . . . .john Hanlon YT . . .edward Michel Mitchell Kyte Mitchell Kyte Edward Michel . . . .Rohert Peterson Kenneth johnson Biggest Flirt . . . ..... Dorothy Lcel Biggest Flirt . . . ...... john Wzirgti Witticst ....... . . .Shirley Knell Wittiest ...... ...... M itchell Kyte Wcirst Blusher . . . .... Faith Peterson Wcirst Blusher . . . .... Frederick Downey Best Vocalist .... .... T oni Arnould Best Vocalist .... ....... iuhn Hanlon vxqiSlES'l' eakyvov r B its A it Q i. 0 Q -.5 lx f ,gs 3 ,ft fx S ,W A Q-H 'ff' met if 5-"Hs: fffi , 'X-, ,ali ,I f if ' " ,Q ,,ff'y,f -- 95 5 12357 "Ml, X ul' 5- 59' iff v l 4 'lglgili'-sf', 5 , lf I- fx 'N I . 'Q??f'QQ5f' I ,ff alla. R9 F A ,"-- 'ZISD -1 --. ---. C' 5 , Nh th -5-.r -- --egg-, v - I M gf f J N I lx A va 37 ,WM U L -N' Ab 'P :vi WZ. Q 4 9' 9,54 'D U' ' Q 5 C . 9 lv J s 71577, es' Q9 id-'53 fi Cas WP , S r A? '62 1 I f ww -. 2 M '1 A I , - . ' Q1 Q K A . - Q.-v " ' l W 7, X-a-.54 V J ""' ge, ' -q l"""" 4' lf -.1-- 's Vy f-.1 ,Q-K ,else 35 STUDENTS Ah! Spring! Vwfonderful spring! why must we be here in English on a day like this? Such a beautif ful day---makes us want to stretch out for a snooze instead of reading "The Forsytc Saga." Vw'e turn again from the windows to the novel, striving to concentrate, but the warm spring air seeps int-in our senses and slowly Y 'ever so slowlysfour eyes closef our heads nod-, Then, with a start, we sit up straight and frantically begin reading, butfsomef thing is different! XVe stare in amazement. No longer do fellow students surround us but, rather, a group of notfsofattentiye teachers being instructed hy Rhoda Schott. Something is wrong--perhaps we're coming down with the measles! Maybe the nurse can help us! As we are about to enter the open door of the nursc's office, we spot Miss Peek being bandaged by Mary Panosian. "Gce! Wcwiider what happened to her?" Vwfe turn from the door, and deciding to take a walk, fseeing as how we'ye an excuse from class anywayj we start for the gym. From habit, we glance into the typing room to ind the typing teachers taking a rigid timed test under the eye of Irene Papeun. Something is decidedly wrong here ! ! Maybe Mr. Penders can explain it. As we enter the gym, via the stage, instead of seeing a class doing pushfups, we see Mr. Penders V l DREAM striving to reach his toes under the instruction of Erwin Niesyn. Help! ! ! The situation is growing worse! ! Dazed, we turn to the annexes for relief. But, instead of relief, we are surprised to find Mr. Flagg struggling manfully with the trombone, under the baton of Monica Bilcheckg and Miss Briggs desperf ately reaching for high "C" with Sally Powell in' structing. Too much is too much! ! The office bench is better than this! We march into the office and pre- pare to wait on the bench. We find no room. A group of our illustrious teachers is making up time! ! Oh, gee, maybe we're crazy! "Mrs, McCann! why are-?" Instead of sitting behind a desk, Mrs. McCann is handing in an attendance sheet to Dorothy Hartley. Now we are really desperate!! This is a case for Mr. Rogers! "Mr. Rogers, maybe you can-," we stop short- stunned, unable to speak. For there is Mr, Rogers, looking very sheepish, while George jezierny sits behind the official desk and lays down the law. At this point we are about to commit suicide! "Hey, wake up! The bell's ringing! Class is over. Hurry up! you'll be late!" Breathing a sigh of relief, we gather up our books, realizing that the strange events were only a dream. A dream-gee! ! Managers- Advertising- Curtis Weidlich Doris Lurix Mildred Bulmer Adviser- Ruth Cunningham Curtis Weidlich Doris Lurix Verna Muller Helene McCarthy Theresa Rogers Mary Lindbloom Marjorie Quill Eleanor Broedlin Monica Bilcheck 38 Co-editors- Shirley Clark Faith Peterson Assistant Editors- Lois Hanrahan jean Iverson Janina Borowy Kenneth Olsen Caroline Brink Marion Gariepy LUG STAFF Circulation- Mildred Bulmer Dorothy Casper Shirley Knell Nydia Warner Constance Pero Art and Photography- Grace Borden Dorothy Leel William Kuba Frank Prokop Literary- Jean Kilbride Mary Panosian Hazen Schuerer Betty Helbig Ethel Motil Barbara Parsons Estelle Strack Erwin French john japp George jezierny Anna Chanda Cutis Weidlich jean Holcomb Erwin Niesyn Dorothy Casper Joseph Ionno The Log Staff is grateful for the assistance given so freely by Mr. Reider, Miss Holmer, Mrs. june, Mrs. Curtis, and the members of the senior typing classes. Alice Giovanetti Mildred Dragan Shirley Anne Nicholson Rhoda Schott Barbara Lassen Barbara Miller Mildred Bulmer Helene McCarthy Monica Bilcheck Marjorie Quill Shirley Aberman Verna Muller Frances Trott Eleanor Ritchie Ruth jean Kohl Roger Burritt Les Turner SENIUR PLAY "The Professor Proposes" was the title of this year's riotous senior play. Evelyn Northrop wrote the gay drama, which was a great success, The plot revolves about the experiences of a group of college students. Emily, through the efforts of Jerry, becomes involved in a make' believe romance with a man whose photograph, signed 'lovingly Jack," had been found in a storage room. The plot thickens when "Loving ly Jack" turns up in person at the college as the new history professor. Since Emily really likes Bert, the football hero, jerry persuades the professor to propose so that the romance can be ended by a lovers' quarrel. The fact that the professor is married adds to the excitement. The climax is reached when the professors wife and Bert come in on the proposal. At last, however, everything is explained. jerry begins to think about her own romance with Artie, Bob, her brother, decides that two at- tractive freshmen are better than one, the prof fessor and his wife are reconciled, and Emily is in Bert's arms when the final curtain is drawn. A capacity crowd came out for the one per' formance of the play and all enjoyed it. The cast of the play, which was directed by Miss Audrey Estes, consisted of Toni Arnould, Shir' ley Clark, Hazen Schuerer, Constance Pero, Robert jones, Curtis Weidlich, Erwin Niesyn, Rhoda Schott, Mildred Bulmer, William Hust, and Dorothy Leel. is-P 1 934 q.. ,4,...v- J' SAW? pf b . ' W ff in QW, F www SENIOR CLASS Color-American Beauty Red and White Flower - American Beauty Rose Motto-"This above all, to thine own self be true." President ...... ..... H arvey Dimick Vice President .... ..... R obert Peterson Secretary ..... ..... E leanor Ritchie Treasurer . . . ......... Mary Brown Adviser . . . .... Miss Imelda Goyette Many new activities have taken the place of the old for this wartime graduating class. For the first time, a large percentage of the boys and girls in the class have been regularly employed outside school hours in stores, offices, and fac- tories. Three highly successful paper drives, in which the senior class took part, were conducted by the school. In the second drive, the Senior' Sophomore team collected the most paper. Each senior homeroom has participated 90 per cent or better in the sale of war bonds and stamps to keep the Minute Man flag flying. The senior play, "The Professor Proposes," provided an evening of enjoyable entertainment for all who attended. The highlight of the season was, of course, the Junior-Senior Prom, which was held at .the Ritz Ballroom. JUNIOR CLASS President . . . . . . .John Hanlon Vice President . . . .... David Quinlan Secretary .... ..... S ally Baldwin Treasurer . . . . . . . . . . . .Gene Ferrio Adviser .... ..... M rs. Estelle Robins The junior Class, under the capable direction of Mrs. Estelle Robins, com' pleted a very successful year. The juniors have done their bit for the war effort by contributing largely to war stamp sales, scrap drives, and the Red Cross. It has the distinction of having as members of its class: Lucille Fox, captain of the winning team of the first paper drive, Minnette Massey, topping all juniors in bond sellingg and jessamine Houle, a secondftime winner of the American Legion Oratorical try-out. Also from the Junior Class, the follow' ing boys have joined the service of their country: Bill Dias, Armyg Don Walkely and Bill Prince, Marines, Clifford Beeman, Navy, and Russell Cox, Army Air Corps. At the beginning of the school year there was much doubt as to whether class rings would be available. Later when it was possible to buy them, the juniors felt that they were for' tunate, for these materials are on the priority list. The annual Junior-Senior Prom climaxed an active year. 'By taking an accelerated program, John Han' lon, the president, graduated this year, and the presidency was placed in the hands of Dave Quinlan, vicefpresident. SUPHUMURE CLASS President .... William Westlin Vice President .... ..... J anice Bateman Secretary . . . ..... Laurel Butler Treasurer . . . .Ida Primavera Adviser . . . ..... Mrs. Pearl june The Sophomore Class, under the guidance of Mrs. Pearl june, had a very busy year. The whole class joined wholefheartedly in the drives to collect waste paper, and many sophomores were on the winning paper team. Almost every' one co-operated in buying his full share of war bonds and stamps. Among the outstanding assemblies were an illustrated lecture on caves by Russell T. Neville, and the three winning speeches from the Amer- ican Legion's oratorical contest on the Bill of Rights. The Sophomore Party, held in April, was a huge success, and a fitting climax to an event' ful year. FRESHMAN CLASS President .... . . .Frank Evanko Vice President Andrew Tomasko Treasurer .... .... N orma Miller Secretary . . . Annette Verespy Adviser . . . . . .Gunnar Stone The Freshman Class of this year is one of the largest in the history of Stratford High School. It has been very cofoperative in the buying and selling of war stamps and bonds, and also in the many scrap collections of paper, metal, and various other items. In all school affairs, it has been recognized for its quick and full ref sponse, and also for its school spirit. Through an enjoyable Freshman Party and assemblies, the class has come together as a group. All social affairs were interesting and entertaining. N-lm QA-fxwy , , f f X Y? X H K. xy ' - Q' Q X Q. x s .. 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M L-mlm..-xp X,,L, A X A N ,QQ - 1 X , x , 4, 'W' X X l Q "jd" - "' X 35, 1-QXNWYQXX L. x X Wt A V XXXX, X, A X V N WI X ,Q iMiwL y" ' ,X 1 A M Q M X fa f af ' - I M K X N W "ww -Q W .. Q. .V X4-Y A. W-X--ff H ww.-M - K M VM, A - Xi iw-- XXMXX . MX 1 4 X' ' ss 4. J. X 3 X 1 . X - jwff A N .bf Aw' 27 'N' ,ann f 4 , B 6 , gr? WH? 'hi' Q4 .+ xv A. A. EUUNCIL President ...... .... B ob Hurley - s Vice President ........ ...... B arbara Miller Secretaries ...... Anna Chanda, Marie Foster Treasurers ........ Joyce Nanchy, Joan Gifford Adviser . ..... George Puglisi This year the A. A. Council has accomplished much. The A. A. Dance, for which the Coun' cileers provided the music, was a great success. Shirley Clark was chosen Miss A. A. and an' nounced the captains-elect of the baseball, bas' ketball, and football teams. Thomas Andrews, james Penders, George Puglisi, and Mrs. Avis Alcott, faculty advisers, were presented with gifts from the Council for their much appreciated help, Miss Helen Fo' land was later presented with a sport jacket. President Bob Hurley left during the year to join the Army Air Force. Before his def parture, he was presented with a wallet by Mr. Puglisi, on behalf of the Council. Season tickets were sold this year again, and a lower price ticket was provided for the gram' mar schools for admission to the football games. uw vw v FUUTBALL This year, our football team, although losing. ten of its eleven varsity men of last year, played the iirst eightfgame schedule in recent years. With a team whose average age was less than sixteen, we won four out of the eight games, tied two, and lost two. Playing Harding for the first time, the "Red Devils," green and inex- perienced, outplayed the vaunted Harding team. After an exciting game, the score was still 0f0. Bob Hurley, chosen captain when captain' elect Harold Lucas went into the Navy, played his usual bangfup game of fast-charging actiong his fighting spirit called the team from many precarious positions. Harvey Dimick, fleet "In- terfscholastic State HalffMile Champion," had an easy time outdistancing other teams all season. The team will lose Bob Hurley, Les Turner, Ed Bradley, Ken Olsen, Asa Mead, John Wargo, and Harvey Dimick through graduation. Howie Howes, charging back, was elected captain for next year. Jerry Grace and Fred Kaesar will succeed Irwin French and john japp as co' managers. Stratford O 21 6 6 20 0 6 14 73 1943 SCHEDULE Harding Derby Wilby Fairfield Prep. Shelton Fairfield Bassick Milford INDIVIDUAL SCORING Dimick... ............... ........ . Howes . Kochiss . Drab . . . Baldino . . . Opponent 0 7 0 O 0 22 6 19 54 ...42 7 .16 ..6 ..2 73 53 BASKETBALL Stratford High School's basketball squad com' pleted an outstanding season by winning fifteen games and losing only three. This record gave Stratford second place in the Housatonic Valley League. Coach Tom Andrews made an exceptionally fast ball team, with no veterans returning from last year. The varsity, comprised of Captain jack Kochiss, jim Murray, Fred Downey, Bill Drab, Mike Kopchik, and Fred Basquin, com' piled among them 746 points against 420 for the opponents. Against Seymour they scored 70 points, which is a record for any team in the Housatonic Valley League. Mike Kopchik was high scorer for the season with 167 points for eighteen games. The Junior varsity, made up of Ed Michel, "Bo" Birge, Reginald Kopnicky, Tim Ramik, and Joe Regensberger, won all of its thirteen games. jerry Grace will succeed Roger Burritt as man' agcr of the 1947 team. Kochiss, Murray, Dow' ney, Michel, and Kopnicky will be lost through graduation, Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford 1943-VARSITY RECURD-1944 Alumni . . . Fairfield .... Wallingford Seymour . . . Shelton . . . Branford' . . Derby .... East Haven Milford . . . Fairfield .... Wallingford Seymour . . . Shelton . . . Branford . . . Derby ..... East Haven . Milford .... Fairfield Prep BASEBALL The 1944 baseball squad, cofcaptained by john Wargrm and George Vano, enjoyed a suc' ccssful season in spite of the great number of difficulties confronting it. Coach Thomas E. Andrews had to form a new team, with John Wairgci the only regular left of last year's fine baseball team. Because of war time transportation, Coach Andrews had the smallest squad in the high school history. Many of the veterans of last year's team who would have returned this year were serving in the armed forces. Regulars john Wargo, George Vano, An- thony Ross, Fred Downey, Jim Murray, jack Kochiss, and Frank Agvent will be lost to the team through graduation and entrance into the armed forces. TRACK The track team was a -big question mark this year, because of war obstacles, and because other schools dropped sports. The track team schedule was almost blank. In the few contests of the schedule they maintained the good repuf tation that the squad has always had. In May, the team participated in the state meet. Leading this year's team is Co-captain Harvey Dimick, with Co-captain Charles Lomas in the Navy. ., L , ...QM .. .W X. X GIRLS' SPURT CLUB President ...... .... B arbara Miller Vice President .... .......... S ally Powell Adviser ........... The object of the Girls' Sport Club is to es' tablish an intcresting, wellfrounded sports pro' gram for the girls of the high school, and to promote good sportsmanship and a sense of fair play. Under the very capable direction of Miss Helen Foland, Physical Education instructor, the club participated in volley ball, bowling, and basketball play days as the guests of the district Secretary ..... Ruth jean Kohl Treasurer .......... . . .Shirley Smith .. .Miss Helen M. Foland schools Milford, Fairfield, Bassick, Central, and Harding. In the spring, Stratford played host to these schools at a swimming play day at the Orcutt Boys' Club. During the winter, the girls also played com- petitive interclass basketball, and once again in the spring, the club sponsored the annual May Day Festival. BUYS' CLUB The Boys' Club championship was won this year by "Navy," which was cofcaptained by George Vano and Les Turner. The high scorer for the sea- son, john Wargo, was also from the same team. The other members of the winning team were William Hust, john Hanlon, Howie Howes, Ken Olsen, and joseph Poremba. The 9th grade championship was also won by a "Navy" team. It was captained by Al Hudak. The members of this team were Robert Kopnicky falso high scorer for the leaguel, Al Hudak, Ray Newman, john Newman, Fred Rowe, and Nelson Dinihanian. The singles tennis championship was won by All Boys' Club sports this year were managed by Gilbert Kunin and Irwin Jacobs. Tennis and basketball were directed by james Penders, john Hanlon. This tournament was managed, Physical education instructor' by Ace jenkins. BOWLING Stratford High School's newly organized bowling team completed its first season by win- ning thirteen out of twentyfseven games, for an average of .45'5. The team competed in the recently formed Bridgeport District High School League and placed third in the final standings behind Milford and Harding respectively. Stratford, Bas' sick, Fairfield, Harding, Fairfield Prep, and Milford comprised the league. The members of the Stratford team and their averages are: Captain Albery Krafcik, 108g Mitchell Kyte, 103, An' drew Merva, 1039 Robert Kopnicky, 103, Harold Jensen, 1029 Morton Horback, 100, james Tucciarone, 94, Gilbert Kunin, 93, and Archie Primavera, 93. The team was coached by Henry Anderson, faculty adviser, and great things are anticipated for next year's club. ,M aka: -5? E ai. an -w CHEERLEADERS This year the cheerleaders, captaincd by Through the Hnancial aid of the A.A., skirts Shirley Clark and including Eleanor Ritchie, were purchased to replace the crimson slacks Graydon Butler, Sydney Torgan, Rhoda Schott, in which they began their cheering season. Barbara Kregling, Pat Haley, Ida Primavera, Cheerleaders lost through graduation are Shir' and Mzirge Milcnt, once more cheered Stratford ley Clark, Eleanor Ritchie, Sydney Torgan, Highls team toward a victorious year. and Rhoda Schott. H 6 Fw 99 '.: Q5 at FF 41 -Sf 'iiigqgufg gi, 'P X Q 5 ,Q, ff?-Qi 3 335,- A in fn - 3, he fx- Fa 1' fr 'fa :T"' Qs' 5,' e Wgh1,v,i l .gk I in W..-,lv af- Q RQ W x I ' get li lx W wf I f' , x i if F' x WQVL ,ANNE x 'E 'Q , 5?-5,1 , sb- I wx ff w X, 5 X xi.:- QVLFX Q We 00' QA DQ4 QC C100 Q06 ACT Mm, .,.. w .-.W M www... wwf .,....-., ,,,A,W,,-,,f,,w,m,W,M,M,mrwX Aw ' cv ge- ,,,..-.-....,N rf! f 11503 .'!'3'34' ,I X 'QQR W VITI 'I M.. STUDENT COUNCIL President ..... ..... J ohn E. japp Vice President .... .... J ack Gariepy Secretary ....... .. ..... Rhoda Schott The Student Council, nucleus of all Stratford High School activities, represents the entire student body. Delegates from each homeroom form a representative body to voice the opinions and ideas of all the individual students. Much of the effort of the Council this year has been devoted to war activities. Three com' petitive paper drives have been staged, bring' ing in 190,000 pounds of paper. Stamp and war bond contests, and drives for contributions to the March of Dimes, United War Fund, and the Red Cross have been sponsored by the Council. This year the Council set forth a new plan whereby the clubs of Stratford High, in co' operation with the Council, could offer student Assistant Secretary .... Alice Giovanetti Treasurer ........ ...... J ean Schneider Adviser .... . . .... Miss Anne H. Paris dances once a month. In addition to these dances, there was the annual Faculty Tea, the Variety Show, a Mardi Gras, and for the first time, a Christmas Formal-all these to provide entertainment and diversion throughout the school year. The Councileers, a newly organ- ized school orchestra, rendered the musical selections at many of these affairs. A program of paid assemblies was presented to all classes through the Council and Mr. Linwood Bonney, vice principal. An American flag, a sound projector, motion picture camera, and gym curtains were purf chased for the school. An unused store room was refurnishecl and redecorated as a Council office. Rm. i.awu,.,.wy-s:1liSf?"4 E- ' T525 .... viii' Q Q G3 G Severa the Cou menus, a manners cafeteria. I cafeteria problems were handled by ncil including plans for more varied nd a campaign for improvement of the and habits of the students using the The last and greatest activity of the Council was sponsoring a drive to purchase a Corsair through the sale of 350,000 in stamps and bonds. Stratford High School originated this idea for Connecticut schools. SENEX CUM LAUDE President . . ..... Erwin Niesyn Vice President . . . . . .William Hust Adviser .... The Senex cum Laude has .for fifteen years been limited to seniors who maintain an average of 85 per cent for two out of three marking periods. The main purpose of the club is to raise the scholarship standards of the senior class. It also tries to promote the social as well as the scholastic standards of seniors and to encourage better leaderhip, cofoperation and Secretary .... .... J anina Borowy Treasurer .... Faith Peterson Miss Imelda Goyette school spirit. Each senior homeroom has a framed list of the names of the students in that homeroom making Senex, with a gold star for each marking period in which they have achieved a "B" aver' age. The club usually ends the year with some sort of social event. ' vl- NATIUNAL HUNUR SOCIETY President .... ..... S hirley Anne Nicholson Treasurer ............ Betty Helbig One of the youngest organizations in the school, the Stratford Chapter of the National Honor Society, became firmly established in its Hrst active year as the highest ranking scholasf tic group in the school. Membership in the club is recognition of outstanding qualities of scholarship, character, and service to the school during the four years of the high school course. The Stratford Chapter is a registered member of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools in the United States. The twelve charter members of the society, Toni Arnould, Betty Helbig, Barbara Parsons, John Japp, Jean Holcomb, Shirley Anne Nichol' son, Estelle Strack, Nydia Warner, Faith Peter- Secretary ....... ...... B arbara Lassen Faculty Advisers . . . . . .Miss Helen Foland Miss Anne Paris son, Constance Pero, Frances Trott, and Bar- bara Lassen, held a formal induction ceremony in late january for the newlyfadmitted seniors. In March, a "Books for Servicemen" drive was sponsored which ended in an assembly given by the society for that purpose. The many books that were collected were distributed to service camps by the Red Cross. Another project to be sponsored by the Hon- or Society is a student substitute plan. Ac' cording to this plan, members of the National Honor Society who are outstanding in certain subjects wi-ll act as substitute teachers in those subjects when regular instructors are absent. It was also decided to have the society sponsor special Christmas assembly programs. WAR BONDS AND STAMPS COMMITTEE One of the busiest organizations this year was the War Bonds and Stamps Committee. In November, the school qualiiied for the Minute' man flag and kept it flying for the remainder of the year. During the year, there have been various campaigns, In the Jeep Campaign a total of 37,701.74 was sold. This was enough for two Salesgirls Pauline Hagan Lois Kniifin Mary Jane Raymond Ann Andriso Doris Jessel Shirley Tremallo Laurel Butler Mary Lou Madigan Cashiers Dorothy Segla Faith Peterson land jeeps, one water jeep, and one flying jeep. The sales of E Bonds amounted to 515,006.50 during the Fourth War Loan. The iinal, and greatest undertaking was the buying of a 550,000.00 Corsair. While schools throughout the state and country followed suit, the idea originated within the walls of Strat- ford High School. Purchasing Agent Dorothy Hartley Clerk Constance Pero Advisers Anne H. Paris Llynola A. Curtis The SfY Girl Reserve Club is composed of Stratford High girls whose purpose is to meet weekly and plan good times, make new friends, and learn about people. Many of the social activities were held with the HifY, and a number of times, parties were given with Girl Reserve Clubs from other schools. Some of the activities completed dur' ing this past year included initiating the new members and giving them a party. At Christmas GIRL RESERVES President .. .... Jean Benton Secretary .... .... D olores Angell Treasurer .... Barbara Dondero Adviser .... ..... M iss Isabelle McCobb time the girls helped make favors for trays for servicemen in the hospitals. The club also went horseflback riding and had speakers talk to them about vocations, beauty culture, and fashions. The Girl Reserves also joined with other clubs of the Y.W.C.A. in presenting a Career Day, and at Christmas took part in the "Hanging of the Greens." HI -Y CLUB This year the HifY was not quite as large as it has been in previous years. The armed forces claimed many prospective membersg how' ever, the club managed to have one meeting a week at the Y.M.C.A. in Bridgeport. The programs consisted of speakers, def bates, discussions of government problems, and the showing of motion pictures. After its lively meetings, the club also had access to the swimming pool and gym. President . . . ..... Erwin Niesyn Vice President . . . .... Gene Ferrio Secretary . .. .... Ed Michel Treasurer . . . . . .john Kochiss Adviser . . . .... Gunnar Stone The major annual event of the year was the Splash Party, which drew many enthusiastic sup' porters and proved to be very successful. THE MASUUERS President .... .... T oni Arnould Vice President . . . ...... Erwin Niesyn Adviser ........... The dramatic club of Stratford High School goes under the name of "The Masquers." In the fall, tryfouts are held, open to all members of the three upper classes who are interested in dramatics and have some ability in that line. This year's tryfouts brought success to twenty students who were initiated at one of the fol- lowing meetings. The Masquers have met regularly on the second and fourth Monday of each month. They have listened to talks about the theatre, have studied makefup and enjoyed talks by guest speakers. They have taken over the responsibility for the backfstage storeroom, and Secretary .... .... G raydon Butler Treasurer 1 .......... ..... G ladys Mitchell . .Miss Audrey Estes have also provided an assembly program. In April, the Masquers presented a Truth or Con- sequences program at the Mardi Gras. The major project of the club this year was the presentation of three competitive one'act plays. Student members directed the plays. Marjorie Milot directed the fantasy The Knave of Heartsg Sally Graham, a serious play Storm Before Sunsetg and Gladys Mitchell, a comedy Nobody Sleeps. The best actress and actor of the evening were each awarded a prize of five dollars, and the cast and production staff of the winning play went to New York as guests of the Masquers. W ,,,,,a5fs-asf., - g me - A CAPPELLA CHOIR President .... .... S ally Powell Vice President .... . . .Shirley Clark Secretary . . . ..... Eleanor Ritchie The sixty members of the A Cappella Choir gave many line programs during the school year 194344. Under the able direction of Miss Kareta Briggs, they sang at the Stratford Episf copal Church, at several assemblies, at graduaf tion ceremonies, the Baccalaureate Serviceg and they also gave three broadcasts over Station WICC, one during the Easter Seal Drive with Mrs. Raymond E. Baldwin, first lady of the state. They were included in a series of high school broadcasts, and during the drive to pur' Treasurer . .. .... jean Schneider Librarians . . . . . .Lois Holmes, Howard West Adviser . . . ..... Miss Kareta Briggs chase a Corsair, were on the program together with John Japp, Student Council president, and Lyman R, Bullard, chief of flight test section from ChancefVought. The finest piece of work accomplished by the Choir was its contrif bution to the Christmas service held in the auditorium on December 12, 1943. A great deal of talent was discovered in the Choir, and many of the students who have been soloists this year will be leaders in the Choir next year. ART CLUB President . . . . . .jack Maslen Vice President . . .. .Lois Davis Adviser .. The Art Club, organized to give students extrafcurricular art activity, has completed a very active year. A trip was made to New York, where a tour of the art museums and schools was taken. Another trip was made to an en' graving company. Mardi Gras decorations were Secretary . . . . . .Sally Baldwin Treasurer . . .... Elaine Olsen . . . .Wilfred Rieder also under the supervision of the Art Club. The club also has been active in sponsoring a cartoon contest and an exhibit of art repro- ductions from the Metropolitan Museum-both to further the interests of the members and art enthusiasts in the school. R f SHE! St gi-Iii R' .xfk QQ: It I'- III 'l"'!"" 4 2 emu . ,xx K at - . . BAND President ..... .... M onica Bilcheck Vice President .... ..... J ack Gariepy Manager .. ..... Gene Bergmark Adviser ............ Under the able direction of Earl V. Flagg, inf structor, the band had a successful year, despite the fact that it was largely composed of be' ginners. Because of the loss of many valuable players through graduation and to the armed forces, Mr. Flagg had a difficult time in forming a band capable of playing at football games and assemblies, but, in spite of this fact, the band made a splendid showing when they played Executive Committee .......... janet Holmes, justin Whipple, Lois Hanrahan. Librarian ........... .... N orman Huesch ......Eatl V. Flagg and marched, particularly at the Milford game. The biggest event of the year was the annual band concert, which took place in the gym' nasium on the evening of March 31. The valuable services of the following are lost through graduation: Lois Hanrahan, Arlene Alexander, Monica Bilcheck, Bill Hust, Justin Whipple, Dorothy Leel, and Naomi Erle. THE CLARION Editor-in-chief .... .... E stelle M. Strack Sports Editor . George Birge Assistant Editors .............. Frances Trott, X Feature Editors Shirley Anne Nicholson Shirley Anne Nicholson janina Borowy Helen Fairley FACULTY ADVISERS Editorial ........ Fred Priestley Business ...... Miss Marion Porter Art .............. The Clarion, Stratford High's semifmonthly publication, has endeavored to help create a stronger, more unified school spirit among the students by keeping them informed on all prob' lems connected with the school. This year The Clarion has assumed a major , war effort. . . . . . .Wilfred Rieder role in assisting all Schools at War campaigns and it has promoted a greater cooperation be tween students and school authorities The Clarion has also purchased a one hundred dollar war bond as its individual contribution to the Wish..-viii vpn' was-JH"-wwf' 51 .5. 6 f www ,ww W: - mv 'i zsi,?N51ZgNZ9-'..?3V f s Qs, rj, .-.M.M,7 1 .A - U. President .... .... A nna Chanda Vice President .... .... D orothy Casper Advisers . . . The is an organization in the Stratford High School for girls in the commercial course. The major activity of the year was the sponsor- ship of an assembly at which two members of the WAVES spoke to the senior girls. This was one of the monthly programs planned by F. F. Secretary .. .... Dorothy Poniatowski Treasurer .... .... I rene Papcun Mrs. Llynola Curtis, Miss Vinsen Gorman. the program committee. The group also had numerous other monthly activities including a gala Christmas party, and they also planned and edited a "year book" for their own members. It was a novel idea and was carried out with enthusiasm. BIULUEY CLUB President .... .... E rwin Niesyn Vice President . .. .... George Dirgo Adviser . . . . . This year the Biology Club continued as a scientific and social club. Their first activity 'was a Harvest Dance, on November 10, co- sponsored by the Student Council. Spring Secretary . .. .... Rose Guerra Treasurer . . . .... Faith Peterson Miss Katherine Merillat brought many plans for field trips to replenish the biology museum which the club has kept throughout the year. IEW? I 3 76 AVIATION CLUB President ..... . . .Les Turner Vice President .... .... K en Olsen Secretary .... .... M itchell Kyte Treasurer . . . ..... George Vano Adviser . . . .... Lowell Lippincott Under the able guidance of their adviser, Lowell Lippincott, the Aviation Club carried through a very successful year. The Club pref sented movies at the Mardi Gras and wound up the year with its annual banquet. Several members of the club entered the armed forces before graduation: Bill Bailie, Bob Hurley, joe Mulrennan, Bob Newman, and joe Stemple. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Membership in this club is open to any high school student interested in photography. Cne of its chief objectives is to acquaint each mem' ber with the standard procedures of develop' ing film and making prints, both contact and enlargements. 5 S' i 77 President ............ Kenneth Johnson Vice President .... ..... F rank Prokop Secretary ..... ....... P earl Morse Treasurer . . . .... Barbara Dondero Adviser . . . .... Miss Ruby Wheeler The club has a well-equipped dark room in the rear of 201. Seldom does a day pass when this room is not in use. Chemicals and paper are bought in bulk and sold at cost to members. Despite the acute shortage of film, member' ship has increased during the past year, although individual activity has of necessity been some- what curtailed. A second purpose of the club is to provide a meeting place for an exchange of ideas and acquaintance with other students with a similar hobby. Some of the outstanding events of the year were: a science program presented by Lowell Lippincott, physics instructorg a picture contest open to all students in the schoolg and a picture taking contest at Beardsley Park. The purpose of the Travel Club is to broaden the knowledge of its members through travel. The club makes an annual trip to New York which includes sightseeing, shopping, and atf tending the theater. This year the members went on a tour of the National Broadcasting Company, where they saw a radio show on the air and also saw one of their fellow members televised. For its programs, the club invites guests who speak on their travels at home and abroad. One of the most interesting speakers this year was TRAVEL ELUB President . . . .... Constance Pero Vice President ...... Mary Lou Madigan Secretary .... Shirley Tremallo Treasurer . . . .... Marilyn Griffin Adviser .... Miss Ruth K. Manter K Mrs. Pearl june, social studies teacher, who told about her experiences in Italy and other Europ- ean countries. She also exhibited some of the handiwork done by the people of these countries. Another highlight of the year was the show' ing of movies taken by Mr. Frank Pero on travels through the United States, which in- cluded views of Florida, California, the Grand Canyon, and also pictures of the spectacular Rose and Orange Bowl parades. The Travel Club also participated in the Mardi Gras by having a blindfold drawing game. ' LIBRARY CLUB Members of the Library Club have been of great assistance to Mrs. Nowlan, Stratford High School librarian. They have reported regularly at 7:45 A.M. and 2:00 P.M., when they have taken charge of receiving books, and returning President . . . .... Veronica Jarusinsky Vice President . . . .... Helen Fedor Secretary . . . .... Ruth Numrich Treasurer .... ..... J oan Crossley Adviser ...... Mrs. Theodora S. Nowlan them to the shelves. The museum table and bulletin board have been arranged with many fine exhibits by the members of the specific committees. HALL GUARDS Captain . . . ..... Les Turner Adviser . . . . .James Penders The Hall Guards are a group of senior boys organized for the purpose of keeping the halls orderly and neat. Because of the war, the Hall Guards have also served as emergency school air raid wardens. They were supplied with shovels, hose, sand, and other fire prevention apparatus which was located at each post. This organization has been a great aid in keeping traffic regulated, and has proved as successful this year as it has in previous ones. PUBLICITY CLUB Under the capable direction of Mrs. Jennie Alderman, faculty adviser, the Publicity Club has had another very successful year. Unlike other years, the members this year are all girls, mostly because the majority of boys are either working or drafted. Activities of the organization consist largely of posting bulletins and notices on parties and other social and academic affairs. It also has charge of posting notices on lost and found articles. The Art Club, under Mr. Wilfred Reider, takes care of all art work on posters used by the Publicity Club. President .... . . . .Jean Kupec Vice President .... ..... M arie English Secretary .... . . .Dorothy French Treasurer . . . . .Marjorie Gregson Adviser . . . ..... Mrs. Jennie Alderman The Radio Club was organized by the mem' bers of the first radio class of Stratford High to give its members a chance to obtain practical experience in radio work, The members of the club built small receiving sets and learned RADIU CLUB President ..... ..... B ob Kelly Vice President .... .... B ill Hust Secretary ...... .... F rank Prokop Treasurer .... George Vano Adviser .............. Nelson A. Payne to send and receive Morse Code. One of the outstanding achievements of the club was that every member learned to send and receive code at the rate of twenty words per minute. DRAMATEERS The Dramateers are a group of freshmen, organized for the purpose of preparing them- selves for the Masquers. They also have les- sons in stage makefup and stage management. This year the Dramateers presented Accent on Revenge, a onefact comedy, at a freshman assembly. They also put on a radio skit with "behind the scenes" sound effects for the Mardi Gras. President . . . .... Theresa Swaitkowsky Vice President . . . . . .Shirley Roberts Secretary . . . .... Rosemary Mecurio Treasurer . . . . .Shirley Tillbrook Adviser .... . .Miss Janet Bartlett WHU'5 WHU Gilhert Kunin John JHPP Dorothy Leel Curtis Weidlicli Frank Prokop Sally Powell Wesley Cronk Mzirgxiret Graham Eleanor Orton Faith Peterson Arlene Alexander joan McGill Bette Ann Sehirillo Peggy Doyle lvlarjorie Quill Constance Pero Betty Helhig Dorothy Hertle Mziry Panosian Kathryn Kranyak 4 Announcing . . A SPECIAL TEACHERS' GROUP INSURANCE POLICY for CONNECTICUT TEACHERS Also GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL HOSPITAL INSURANCE ALL EXPENSE ACCIDENT COVERAGE FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS ALL FORMS OF LIFE INSURANCE, ALSO HEALTH AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE Write for Detailed Information whea- IMITHANDACIIUIHT M IITFIMQLIFPIT Q ,f1.G5o'crMforQ I U! 'fx 'U 157 Church Street Telephone: New Haven 5-8548 NEW HAVEN, CONN Largest Excluxive Ifealth ana' Accident Company in the World 82 "Help Win The War" Government Requests if Keep Spending Down i' Keep Buying War Stamps and Bonds if Keep Adding to Your Savings Account QARMEIQS S1 . " wav '45, C?-w"-1 "ik :i 1 5 1,19 1 .--x-'i-is-3 1 Q ?i',. , ,-.v' ,,,,ifJk- '- , ,,:-ve-7: 'rf - "l5..k' e4il.sei - wffffww-F V K "ii , .. V Q V4-A, wmv. 4 5, f 'W ., I n N93 .1 Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank Corner Main and Bank Streets 83 Dedicated In Honor of THE MEN AND WOMEN OF STRATFORD HIGH SERVING IN OUR ARMED FORCES if CASCO PRODUCTS CORPORATION BRIDGEPORT Z, CONNECTICUT 4 They Will ot Ready now to take their places in battle and at home lo do their jobs m our fields our factories and in Kleetingg the challenge of these changing times sensibly XVirh the determination which will never be conquered. To ilnanf young men ana' '1L'0l7lt'll I-71 Qvlzoxv hlllltjj' our derliny lies, 'we ofvr our faith in Ihefr fuiure. H O W L A ' Be Found Wanting! K 'Qgffx Q- S if Cl0lllf3HlIll'11fX of DR. R. VV. JOHNSON OP'l'UKIlC'l'RlSrl' Lovell Building C0lIy!'lIfIl1HfiOllS to fha Grruluafing Class PAUL GOODELL Straifordlv Grnrral Iflftlric Dmlfr STRATFORD CENTER FINE NVATCH REP.-XIRING JEWELERS FoR ovl2R 30 YIQARS Tifon Jewelers ffm., DI.lll'll0lIli.V and Ilfyllflfhfi 984 Klain Street Cor. 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Fargo CO. 1001 BROAD STREET AT BANK STREET H A T C H ' S ICE CREAM 81 SHERBETS ARE A DELICIOUS TASTY, NOURISHINO FOOD Stop at Our F01l71ffli115 for Real Refreshwzemf 111 VVz111 Street 1366 Fairfield Ave. BRIDGEPORT L e a v i tt' s Phone 5-3181 Blain and Fairfield' BRIDGEPO FASHION HEADQUARTERS F or the 'Young Crowd! 86 Get Out and Get Under The Sun M'-, mn: There's Much Work and Fun 5. y To Be Done You're going to be mama's and Uncle Sam's little helpers this summer. You're going to help can, plant and take care of your Victory Garden. Read's is going to take care of your wardrobe problem. Doing so many things you'll be busy as a bee and as changeable too. Come in and see Read's colorful in l iil Q ifg lzu m s selection of smartly tailored suits, dresses and hats for your 5 ,.,. E . pft.. T was ., .. N. ss., .N "fun" moments and all the wonderful rugged clothes for 5 your working moments. You'll be a hit night and day in fashions from Read's. 3 9 Dial3-1151 U Suburban 2 Enterprise 3000 -'T-"'-v Gift Suggestions for the Graduate FOR THE BoY GRADUATE FOR THE GIRL GRADUATE Watches Watclzes Pens Rings Wallets Lapel Pins Tie Sets Bracelets Buckle Sets Chain and Cross Rings Pen Identijfcation Bracelets Id671ll.fC6lll.071 Bracelets Mil1'ta1'y Sets Dresser Sets RYAN JEWELERS 2406 Main Street STRATFORD CENTER EXTENDED PAYMENT AT NO EXTRA COST 87 HELBIG'S MARKET SOMEDAY THE STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM WILL HAVE BEEN WON Our struggle to please you, with the best of food, at sensible prices, will go on as alfways. 3610 Main Street PARADISE GREEN C07Ilf7llIIlFl1f5 of CAPITAL BARBER SHOP LORENZO BUCHINO 8: SON JOHN DEL VECCHIO 2590 Broadbridge Ave. Stratford, Conn. Specialize in ITALIAN-AMERICAN GROCERIES CARL,S DELICATESSEN 3696 Main St. K STRATFORD, CONN. MEET AND EAT AT THE AIR FORCES RESTAURANT STRATFORD CENTER I O S E P H ' S CLEANERS - TAILORS 1490 Stratford Avenue Dial 6-0991 SMILING SE BRIDGEPORT, CONN. R V I C E Compliments 0f EMILE'S BARBER SHOP - 2420 Main Street East End Builders Supply CO. 1513 Stratford Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Telephone 5-2858 THE ELECTRIC SHOP SCHOOL SUPPLIES - NOVELTIES ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING SUPPLIES P N.H.DAHL, mp STRATEORD CENTER 7-1596 88 FARRE LL NEWS ROOM 1413 Stratford Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Candy--Soda ' MUST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED VVe don't have to check-up on how many year-book prophecies come true. But it has been our experience that it's the young man or young woman who looks successful who's the one most likely to succeed. Over half a century has taught us how to fit students . . . their figures . . . their pocketbooks and theirltastes 5 4.4.A.,.A., ,,.,.,.,.,.,.,. .,.,A.,.4. , . , .,....,.,........,. ,.,.. . .......,.,...,.. :5:5:5fsfs:5:215:5ifSS525F22222E5:3535fisisEf?s5Es?1?s52?????3?f2?35?35H:- Compliments Of BARN UM RECREATION BOWLING ALLEYS 1465 Barnum Avenue STRATFORD RITZ NEW ENGLAND'S ' BEAUTIFUL BALLROOM 3243 Fairfield Avenue BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Scene of the "Proms" The heautiful atmosphere, spacious promenades, line music . . . all create a veritable dancing paradise Messks. MCCORMACK AND BARRY Managing f,"M.'7l!'fJ S9 Congratulations lo the GRADUATING CLASS OF 1944 ANDERSON - DUNN - KOCHISS POST No. 42 - STRATFORD AMERICAN LEGION L EORL E FERRIO, JR., Com d EARL V FLAGG, ,-Idj SfdLg D Cp s fdLg bl Clh MODEL AIRPLANE SUPPLIES TENNIS BASEBALL GOLF FISHING TACKLE FRIGIDAIRE SERVICE BENGAL COMBINATION RANGES RADIOS HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES H. C. 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Phone 7-0614 BELLOFFSATLANTKI MTJSAPVTB S Lunch - Ice Cream - Candy SERVICE STATION 3680 Main Street PARADISE GREEN Compliments of 702 Main S r X3 1 tm THE SHOE SERVICE SHOP Lorner VV1ndsor Ave. 3606 Main Street AT PARADISE GREEN PARADISE GREEN POLLOCICS PHARMACY Main Street PARADISE GREEN O When in need of drugs or pre5crI'p1'ions filed Call 7-3172 I VALLANCOURTS Cwmmwms DEPT.STORE d.N 3634 Main Street STRATFOR Tel. 7-4543 D . J . C A R T E N COX'S DELICATESSEN Groceries, Ice Cream, Etc. Broadbrid C Ave 3083 Nlain Street QTRATE . STRATFORD A ORD 92 BEST BUYS IN SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS AND TOPCOATS SEE D. FRIEDMAN STRATFORD CENTER CLEANING - PRESSING - TAILORING BEN CLOUGH'S VARIETY STORE Telephone 7-l065 PARADISE GREEN B.P.S. PAINTS -- DUCO ENAMELS HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARE DOBBY'S MEN'S SHOP fllenfv Iffear of Dfstzfnction Gene's Quality Market 15-1,0 Stratford Ave. STRATFORD THEATRE BUILDING BRIDGEPORT ST. jOHN'S DRUG STORE NO. 2 L. S. KELLY, Rfg. 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Perkins IXIarth:1 Clarke Perkins STRATF ORD FURNITURE STUDIOS 1717 Barnum Avenue at West Broad Street Telephone 7-0694 STRATFORUS ONLY FURNITURIC STORIC Bedroom - Diningroom - Livingroom Furniture - Lamps Rugs - Mattresses - Pictures - M i r ro r s - G i f ts For you convenience-Open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Evenings lllllllllll IllllllllllIlllIllIIlllIllIllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllll llllll llllll lllllllllll 95 KRULESKE'S PHARMACY Prescriptions QUALITY DRUGS REG. PHARM. I HARRY CHRISTENSEN 2162-2164 Barnum Ave., Corner Otis Street STRATFORD, CONN. For Prompf Delivery Call 7-9070 EDDIE'S and JACK'S SERVICE STATION AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING AND SERVICING GULF PRODUCTS Tel. 7-2537 1600 Barnum Avenue STRATFORII DEERING DAIRY MILK CREAM ICE CREAM 1375 Barnum Ave. STRATFORII, CONN. ANDY'S INIARKET MEATS AND GROCERIES Phone 7-4330 1141 Barnum Avenue Compliments of... 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JOHN'S DRUG STORE The Rexfzll Store STRATFORD CENTER College Luggage at Lowest Prices Bridgeport Trunk SL Bag CO. 1085 Broad Street BUY WAR BONDS The Bridgeport Engineering Institute Founded 1924 EVENING COURSES zn MECHANICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING at the CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL BRIDGEPORT, CONNECTICUT Tel. 6-1634 During Business Hours Five year courses on college level open to students seventeen years of age and over. Qualifications of applicant determined by personal interview. Transfer credit to leading technical institutions available to properly qualified students. Catalog on request. Registration 7:30 to 9:00 P.M. September 6th to 15th Classes Begin September 25th Address 881 Lafayette Street Compliments of . . . A Friend 0 FOSTER - BESSE 956 Main Street Cortley Clothes for Boys ana' Young Illen 13.50 to 29.50 OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT REID 81 TODD. INC. Jewelers O 1054 Main St. BRIDGEPORT Est. 1883 Bruno-Strob Insurance Agency Robert - Walter VV. 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