Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

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We, the Class of 1945, wish to express our sincere thanks to Mr. Rogers for his loyal and understanding friendship during our four years here. We know we speak for all the students and alumni of Stratford High School when we wish him much health and happiness in the future. 5 THE ADMINISTBATIIIN VIRGIL H. BARKER Superintendent WENTWORTH W. ROGERS Principal LINWOOD K. BONNEY Vice Principal ARTS Glen Maresca CAFETERIA Marion Kimball COMMERCIAL Avis Alcott Ruth Cunningham Llynola Curtis Maude Faris X Imelda Goyette Evelyn Jepsen ENGLISH Rita Casey Pauline Dennett Audrey Estes Vinsen Gorman Mildred Hoehn THE FACULTY Evelyn Holmer Fred Priestley Muriel Varnum HOME ECONOMICS Alice Hews Isabel McCobb Pauline Thorndike INDUSTRIAL ARTS Earl Flagg Edward Olsen Michael Prezkop Charles Quinlan Harold Wassmer Carl Wischan LANGUAGE Marjorie Boyle Fannie Lichman Ruth Manter LIBRARIAN Th eod ora Nowlan MATHEMATICS Mildred Black Linwood Bonney Mary Cooney Estelle Lippincott Everett Wordell MUSIC Kareta Briggs NURSE Ethel Peck PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Thomas Andrews Helen Foland James Penders N SCIENCE Henry Anderson Lowell Lippincott Katherine Merillat Nelson Payne Ruby Wheeler SECRETARIES Norma Fila Evelyn Kennedy Jean Holcomb SOCIAL STUDIES Jennie Alderman Eloise Carter Arline Herb Pearl June Honor McCarn Anne Paris George Puglisi ...- QW ERNEST ALBER "Ernie" 338 Nichols Avenue Speech is great, but silence is greater. Paper Drive 2. CLAIRE M. ALICANDRO "Claire" I6 Lenox Street She goes as she pleases, and pleases as she goes. Art Club l, A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Civics Club l, Homeroom Secre- tary l. ARLENE E. ANDERSON ..Ar., Putney A good companion and an easy friend. Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, Travel Club 3, A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, Daisy Chain 3, Make-up Committee 4. ROBERT A. ANDERSON nsobn Box 'l29 Putney There are never too many of his kind. A.A. Council 2, 3. ANNA K. ANDRlSO "Anne" 293 Weber Street Her personality is among the best. Student Council 2, 3, Girls Sport Club 3, 4, Clarion Staff, Editor 4, Mop Crew 2, 3, O.F.F. 4. 5 DOLORES M. ANGELL "Dangle" 68 8 Brood Street Rings on her fingers', bells on her toes, She shall make music wherever she goes. Clarion Staff l, 2, 3, Student Council l, Log Staff, A.A. 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. EVELYN G. BABEY "Babe" 108 Boswell Street Yes, let's be merry. Girls' Sport Club l, Art Club l. VIRGINIA c. BAILEY "candy" 'IO Clinton Street Ambition has no rest. Gamma Rho 1, 2, 3, President 4, Photography Club 4, Civics Club l, Travel Club 4, O.F.F. 4. MARTHA J. ALLEN Hoey.. T9 Stiles Street The world of music is priceless. Senex cum Laude, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 2, 3, Presi- dent 4, Les Jongleurs, Treasur- er 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. MICHAEL J. ALLEN "Mike" 98 Peck Street Let us make hay while the sun shines. Football 3, 4, Homeroom Treas- urer 4. Entered the U.S. Maritime Serv- ice, November, 1944. FRANK BALDINO "Frank" 2485 East Main St. Bridgeport, Conn. Football "tynamite" Football 3, 4. Entered the U.S. Navy, Decem- ber, 1944. SALLY A. BALDWIN - "Sal" 3893 Main Street Lovely to look at, delightful to know. A. A. Council l, Art Club l, 2, Secretary 35 Aviation Club, Secretary 4, Class Secretory 3, Log Staff, Assistant Editor. rr' E I 1 .3 'V 1945 FRED G. BASQUIN "Po:'ker" 966 East Main Street He never lets his studies inter- fere with his education. Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 45 Squad Leader 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 45 Aviation Club, Vice- President 4. CHARLOTTE A. BASSETT "Charlotte" l4O Otis Street Quiet at first, but look again! Student Council lg A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Biology Club 3, 45 Travel Club 2, 3. LILLIAN E. BASSETT nm.. 103 Housatonic Avenue And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. Civics Club lg A.A. 4. ANNAMAE BAYNE ..Midge.. 49 Freeman Avenue life is too short to be serious. IRENE C. BEAUCHEMIN "Rene" 99 Allyndale Drive The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Civics Club l. WILLIAM R. BEDNAR "Bill" 60 Peace Street A fine fellow and a good sport HlLDA BARTLETT 60 Bassett Court Nothing is impossible to cl willing heart. Senex cum Laude. MILDRED BASKO ..MinkY.. 37 Clarendon Street A silent person is welcome anywhere. O.F.F. 4, Gamma Rho 47 Glee Club 2. I n ROBERT F. BENN "Bob" 45 Elizabeth Terrace Worry decays the mind, so why worry? Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Club Basketball 1, 2, 3, Intramural Baseball l, 2, 3. JEANNETTE M. BENOlT "Frenchy" 241 Stiles Street Without one cloud of gloom. A.A. 1, 4, Photography Club 1. M. LEE BIRKS "Lee" 201 Housatonic Avenue My favorite books are women's looks. Enteir-d the U.S. Navy Novem- ber, 1944. BERNADETTE A. BLACK "Bern" 216 Garfield Avenue Ever smiling, ever glad, never gloomy, never sad. Girls' Sport Club 4, Homeroom Treasurer 3. RUTH E. BLAMEY "Bloom" 15 Wheeler Terrace A lovely countenance with a personality that pleases. Travel Club 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Log Staff, Senex cum Laude. IDG RICHARD E. BOGEN "Dick" 58 Freeman Avenue The quiet accomplish much. Homeroom Secretary 1. FREDERICK A. BOHN "Fred" 337 Weber Street His very soul hath music in it. Track 4, A.A. 3, 4, Variety Show 4. JOHN G. BOLACK njacki. 236 Franklin Avenue A quiet person-except when otherwise. Boys' Club 2. ELMER H. BIRDSEYE "Whitey" 42 Garden Street Off we go into the wild blue yonder - Class President 1, Student Council 2, Junior Debating' Club 1, Aviation Club 4. GEORGE D. BIRGE ..Bo,, 773 Judson Place His smiles reflect his person- ality, His friends his popularity. Class President 4, Tennis l, 2, Captain 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Clarion Staff, Sports Edi- tor 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. DOLORES H. BOLLIGER ..Dee.. 105 Washington Parkway Modesty is a woman's asset. Art Club 4, Photography Club, Treasurer 4, Girls' Sport Club 4, Senex cum Laude. IRENE BOOTH nl.. 334 McArthur Drive She improves each shining hour. Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 4, Girls' Sport Club l, 2, A.A. 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 1 f . Q .W 1 sr l 3 1' 3 194 SHIRLEY J. BULMER "Shirt" Box 259, Huntington Road Sugar and spice and all that is nice. Student Council, Secretary 4, O.F.F. 4, Gamma Rho 4, Log Staff, Senex cum Laude. NORMAN BUNTING "Norm" 41 Swanson Avenue Grin and bear it. Photography Club l, 2. JANE E. BURNS "Jane" I35 Lordship Road The fire she lacks in her temper She makes up for with her hair. Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4, Clarion Staff 3, Log Staff, Senex cum Laude. IRENE E. BURRITT "Irene" 56 Hurd Avenue Her eyes betray her bubbling spirit. Film Service Club 4, War Stamp Salesman 4, Gamma Rho 3. GRAYDON F. BUTLER HGQYH 427 Glenridge Road Cute and sweet, hard to beat. Masquers 2, Secretary 3, 4, Art Club l, 2, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, Captain 4, Log Staff, Senex cum Laude. KATHLEEN T. CAHILL "Kitty" l4 Floral Way To a young heart everything is fun. CHARLES BRISTOL "Charlie" 321 Huntington Road Silent and shy, but one grand guy. Entered the U,S. Maritime Serv- ice, November, 1944. FRANCES B. BUDA "Fran" 55 Vernon Street A true friend to all who know her. Civics Club l, Glee Club 2, 3. CHARLES M. CALLAGHAN NCCI.. 2 Laurel Street Play up, play up, and play the game. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Student Council 1, 2, 37 Boys' Club 2, 3, Squad Leader 4. DOROTHY I. CARD MDM.. 39 Keane Place A girl with a cute and winning way. Eu MATHEW J. CASTELOT "Matty" 1230 South Main Street A loyal, iust, and upright fellow. A.A. 2, 3, 4. Entered the U.S. Navy, December, 1944. THERESA M. CASTELOT "Treese" 1230 South Main Street Sincere and happy in every way. A.A. 1. FOSTER E. CAVANAUGH "Foster" 91 North Parade Silence is the tool of all true thinkers. Track 2, Film Service Club 4. DORIS E. CEBRELLI ..Dor.. 350 Soundview Avenue Dark hair, fashioned neat, A girl like this is good to meet. O.F.F., President 4, Glee Club 1, Senex cum Laude. GENEVIEVE CERINO "Cerino" 8 South Kerema Avenue, Devon Silence is golden, but who wants to be silent? Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, 3, 4. IRENE E. CHUBA nchub.. 211 Henry Avenue Teach me half the gladness that thy brain must know. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Senex cum Laude, Faculty Secretary 4. VIRGINIA R. CARPUS ncarp.. 34 Hair Street Every girl has her virtue, and hers is sportsmanship. Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Drive 3. DONALD C. CARROLL "Whiskers" 4064 North Main Street As he comes, dull care goes. Senex cum Laude, President 4, National Honor Society 3, 47 Band 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 4, Squad Leader 4. EVELYN O. CONDER "Curly" 88 Horace Street Who said, 'Be Quiet'? Homeroom Librarian 3, 4. ANNA C. CONNELL ..Ann.. 996 Wilcoxson Avenue A friendly nature-A smile sincere. O.F.F. 4, Glee Club 1, 3. l94 JOHN T. COSTELLO Hack.. 1083 Hillside Avenue Care is a worry l don't own. A.A. Council 1, 4, Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES A. CROUSE "Crouse" 415 Dahl Avenue Generally speaking, he's generally speaking. Variety Show 3, Film Service Club 3, 4. JANET E. CURRY njan.. 127 Patterson Avenue Parties are my pride Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude 4, Art Club 1, 2, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Log Staff. ROSE C. CUTRUFELLO "Rose" 2 3 5 Booth Street For a friend there is none better O.F.F., Treasurer 4, Gamma Rho 4, Travel Club 3, 4, Mop Crew 3, Glee Club 1. GENEVIEVE H. CZAPLICKI "Jeanne" 1527 South Avenue Sober, steadfast, and demure. Masquers 3, 4, Travel Club 4, Gamma Rho 4, Senex cum Laude. LOIS M. DAVIS ..l-on 297 Windsor Avenue Her air has a meaning, her movements a grace. Art Club 1, Treasurer 2, Vice- President 3, Senex cum Laude, National Honor Society, Latin Club, Treasurer 2, Log Staff. JEAN E. CONROD njean.. 30 Clinton Street The silent thoughts are always the best. Art Club 1. ELINOR P. COOKE "Cookie" 126 Warwick Avenue Next stop, Broadway. Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Clarion Staff, Associate Editor, Circula- tion Manager 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, Debating Club l, Civics Club 1. JEAN A. DAYTON "Jean" 98 Temple Street Laugh and the world laughs with you. A.A. 2, 3, 4. ELINORE F. DeBATTlSTE "lynn" H95 Cut Spring Road She aims to please. A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Travel Club 4, Photography Club 3. V IRENE N. DESSANO "lrene" 122 Raven Terrace Behind her calm exterior lies a bit of mischief. Senex cum Laude. GEORGE J. DIRGO "George" 475 Nichols Avenue Beware of all, but most beware of women. Biology Club 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, President 4, Mas- quers 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Aviation Club 4. BARBARA L. DIXON "Dixie" 2 2 Cornwall Street Through arts she will make her name, ln her hands, lies her fame. Student Council 3, Girl Re- serves 'l. l WILLIAM DRAB nam.. 56 Mohawk Street The force of his own merit makes his way. Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 4. Entered the U.S. Maritime Service, No' vember, 1944. MARY L. DUDA "Mary Lau" l89 Rockwell Avenue Much she has undertaken, much she has done. Latin Club 2, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Masquers 3, Treas- urer 4, Senex cum Laude. JOHN P. DUNN njackl. Box 15, Cut Spring Road A little nonsense now and then, ls relished by the best of men. Football 3, 4, A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Squad Leader 3. RITA M. DEGNAN "Reet" 4 l O Rockwell Avenue Tell me, pretty maiden, are there any more at home like you? Civics Club l, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Travel Club l, 2, Home- room Secretary l, 2, 3, Log Staff. MICHAEL DENNIS, JR. "Mike" 'I39 Otis Street Above all things, a good fellow. Football 4, Track 2, 3, 4. Cl? A THOMAS L. DUSCH npop., 647 California Street 'Tis good to be free from care. ceceuA M. sims "Ceil" 278 Reeds Lane least said is soonest mended. Homeroom Representative 3 Map Crew 4. l945 ROBERT E. FENTON "Bob" 105 Sutton Avenue He thinks for himself Aviation Club 4, Student Coun- cil 4, Film Service Club 4. En- tered the U.S. Navy, January, 1945. EUGENE T. FERRIO ..Gene.. 214 Washington Parkway Conversationalist-when he feels like talking. Basketball 1, 2, 4, Football 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, Vice-President 3, President 4, A.A. Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4. NICHOLAS A. FESS "Nick" 36 Dover Street Hold that pose! Biology Club 3, 4, Boys' Club 2, Photography Club 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. LESTER W. FEYK rilesn 73 Highland Terrace Makes an impres'sion in his own quiet way. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. LISETTE M. FITZPATRICK "Irish" 79 Horace Street If music be the food of life, play on. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. KATHRlNE FOMENKO ..KaY.. 914 Birdseye Street Calm in the midst of turmoil. O.F.F. 4, A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. BETTE F. FACSKO "Scotty" 765 Honeyspot Road Hail to thee, blithe spirit! DOROTHY E. FEDORKO MDM.. 19 Rockaway Avenue A twinkle in her eye to match her smile. Gamma Rho 4, O.F.F. 4. MARIE F. FOSTER "Marie" 165 Placid Avenue A well-disposed nature, ioined with a lovely feature. Senex cum Laude, A.A. Coun- cil 1, 2, Secretary 3, Masquers 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4. LUCILE M. FOX "Luce" 201 Plymouth Street Her merry wit, her friendly way, will carry her through many a day. Senex cum Laude, Log Staff, Editor, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Sen- ior Play, Art Club 1, 2. GEORGE W. GANIM "Gringo" 105 Wiebe Street Alibiology, his favorite subiect. Civics Club 1, Masquers 2,3,4, Debating Club 2, 3, Boys' Club 1, Travel Club 2. JOHN A. GARIEPY "Jack" 19 Plymouth Street Popularity is the keynote of success. Student Council, Vice-President 3, President 4, Band 1, 2, Vice- President 3, Senex cum Laude. FRANCES D. GERGLEY "Frannie" 103 Wiklund Avenue And on that cheek, the smiles' that win- Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Gamma Rho 1, 2. JOAN M. GIFFORD "Joan" 424 West Reitter Street Sweetness and goodness in her personality shine. Civics Club 1, A.A. Dance Com- mittee 3, Prom Committee 3, A.A. Council, Treasurer 3, 4, Hallowe'en Dance Committee 4. ROGER D. GIRARD "Peanuts" 133 Dover Street If not seen, heard. A.A. 4. CLAIRE L. GORTON "Claire" 3 2 Bassick Court True skill in speaking comes from art, not chance. Masquers 4. PHYLLIS E. FUCCELLO nphyl.. 567 Bruce Avenue A happy disposition reflects its own sunshine. O.F.F. 4, Glee Club 1, Mop Crew 2, 3, Civics Club 1. CAROL V. GALLAGH ER "Carol" 47 East Street Sweet and lovely. Travel Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Les Jongleurs 4, Senex cum Laude. JANICE R. GOULD .jenn 99 Bush Court Those who know her speak with praise. Transferred from Spalding High School, Barre, Vermont, Sep- tember, 1944. RICHARD M. GOWING "Boston" 45 Sidney Street He has a difficulty for every solution. Football 4, Senior Play, Varsity Show 4, Homeroom President 4, Boys' Club 4. 1 l l94 WILHELMINA GRATHWOL "Willie" 1422 Broadbridge Avenue The alarm clock forgot to ring. Civics Club 1, Debating Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4, Art Club l, 2. MARILYN R. GRIFFEN "Griff" 1219 Stratford Avenue Always ready, always able A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Senex cum Laude, Travel Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Les Jongleurs, Vice-President 4, Band and Stamp Committee 4. ROSE T. GUERRERA " Rose" 3303 Main Street Lively and full of fun, She has a smile for everyone. Biology Club 2, Secretary 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Travel Club 2, Film Service Club 4, Senex cum Laude. ELMER C. HANDY "Buster" 125 Holmes Street Neptune's playmate Homeroom President 4, Hi-Y 4, Civics Club 1. Entered the U. S. Navy, November, 1944. ARTHUR C. HANNAN "Art" 109 Parkway Drive I hear, I see, l speak no evil. Senex cum Laude, Aviation Club 4. JOHN E. HANRAHAN "Globe" 25 Elizabeth Street In arguing, too, John owns his skill, for even though van- quished, he could argue still. Senex cum Laude, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Class Vice President 1, President 2, Boys' Club l, 2, 3, Squad Leader 1, 2, 3. SALLY GRAHAM "Sally" 1969 Main Street Her intelligence is surpassed only by her personality. Debating Club 1, 2, 4, Student Council 4, Senior Play, Mas- quers 2, 3, President 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. wnus c. GRAHAM "sau" 99 Riverview Place Calm, cool, and collected. Civics Club 1, Boys' Club 2. MILDRED HAYDEN UMW. 57 Yale Street A sunny smile that makes the hardest task a pleasure. Photography Club 4, Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4, Clarion Repre- sentative 3. RUTH V. HENRY "Ruthie" 462 Windsor Avenue Joy rises in her, like a summer's morn. Lag Staff, Art Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella Choir 4, Debating Club 2, Senex cum Laude. VIVIAN M. HEYSE nviv.. 60 Clinton Street Quietness and thoughtfulness is her nature. A.A. 2, 3, Red Cross Repre- sentative 3. JANET E. HODGSON njcnt. 727 Nichols Avenue What is not fully understood, is not possessed. Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Latin Club 2, Photo- graphy Club 4, Senex cum Laude. JANET L. HOLMES njunt. 202 Nicholas Avenue livin' and lovin' it. A Cappella Choir 3, Vice- President 4, Band 2, 3, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, 4, Lost and Found 3, 4, Log Staff. JANET E. HOTCH KISS njean.. 70 Disbrcw Street Silence is a friend who never betrays. Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Paper Drive 3, Senex cum Laude. JESSAMINE HOULE "Jess" 2920 Main Street Ready to do her share and more. Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Debating Club l, 2, Secretary 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. ALFRED E. HOWE UAV. 4 South Elliott Street Blessed is the man who has found his work. MILDRED M. HIEBERT "MiI" 71 Norman Circle I iust can't stay awake in class Aviation Club 4. ELEANOR R. HESSE MEIN 136 Honeyspot Road A friendly miss, a friendly smile. Clarion Staff 3, Co-editor 4 HOWARD H. HOWES "Howie" 186 Glenwood Avenue A handsome man is constantly in danger. Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 4, Boys' Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. JOSEPH HRITZ ..Joe.. 128 Canaan Court Men of few words are the best men. A.A. 4. IQ45 DORIS M. HURD ..Dor.. 1466 West Broad Street Sometimes quiet, sometimes gay, her merry heart goes a long way. Gamma Rho 4. JOHN M. IANNIELLO "John" 95 Lake Street The strong, silent type. Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. MARILYN J. IBBS "lbbsy" 45 Elmhurst Avenue A charming nature leaves pfeasant memories. Art Club 1, 2,A.A.1, 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude, Senior Dance Committee. AHLENE A. IRELAND "Ahlene" 603 California Street To knownher is to like her. Latin Club 2, Clarion Represen- tative 3, 4, Photography Club 4, Ushers' Guild 4, Senex cum Laude. ZINAIDA ISSAEFF "Zina" 14 Jackson Avenue A soft and gentle voice is an excellent thing in woman. Photography Club 4, Gamma Rho 4. DONALD P. IVERSON "Don" 1180 South Avenue Be wise-have a good time all the time. NORMAN C. HUESCH "Norm" Box 8, Cut Spring Road Today is the thing, for who knows what tomorrow will bring. Band Librarian l, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY M. HUNZIKER "Bev" 39 Stiles Street I breathed a song into the air. A Capella Choir 1, 2, 3, Treas- urer 4, National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4, Senex cum Laude, Student Council 4, Band 1, 2. GERALDINE E. JACARUSO "Jerrie" 62 Allen Street Dynamite comes in a small package. Film Service Club, Treasurer 4, Librarian I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. Publicity Committee 2, 3, 4. FRANK J. JACKO "Jack" ill Franklin Avenue Now we see the secret of the making of the best persons. Class Vice-President 4, Band I, 2, 3, Vice-President 4, Na- tional Honor Society, President 4, Senex cum Laude, Vice- President, Hall Guards 4. CATHERINE JANKURA HKGYI. 390 Rockland Avenue A pretty girl is like a melody. Travel Club 2, Lost and Found I, 2, War Stamp Salesman 4, Librarian 4, Senex cum Laude. GEORGE E. JENKINS ..Ace.. 1419 West Broad Street No sky is heavy if the heart is light. Band I, 2, 3, Boys' Club 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, Homeroom Stamp Representative 3. 4. Entered the U.S. Marine Corps, Decem- ber, I944. GRACE M. JENSEN "Grace" 233 Patterson Avenue Hair so blonde, eyes so blue, All this, plus personality, too. A Capella Choir 3, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive 4, Homeroom Secretary 4. eff BEVERLY L. JERALDS nsev.. 27 East Street Be merry and let the rest worry. Lost and Found I, 2, 3, A Capella Choir 4. DORIS J. JESSEL "Stumpy" lI5 Victoria Lawn Five foot two, eyes of blue. Biology Club 2, 3, Masquers 3, 4, Lotin Club 2, A.A. 2, 3, 4, Log Staff. Fneoenlc c. KAESER "Fred" 42 Otis Street Apparel oft proclaims the man. Football Manager 4, Baseball Manager 3, 4, Boys' Club I, 2, 3, 4, A.A. Council 'l, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Track Manager 2. CLAIRE T. JALBERT "Claire" 4 2 2 Freeman Avenue Sweet music fills many a heart with ioy. Glee Club 2, 3, Gamma Rho I. ELIZABETH R. JAPP ..Be'.. 740 Wilcoxson Avenue 5he's merry, she's gay, what more can we say? Art Club I, 2, 3, Ushers' Guild, President 4, French Club I, 2, A Capella Choir 4, Mop Crew 3, 4. JOHN F. KANE "Killer" 280 Huntington Road I"I be back in a flash with a flash. Debating Club 1, 2, President 4, A.A. Council 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 3, Log Staff. RONALD F. KAVANAUGH "Ronnie" 211 Plymouth Street Full of fun, but serious, too. A.A. Council 1, 2, 3, 4, En- tered the U.S. Navy, November, 1944. 1945 PATRICIA A. KEHOE "Patty" 96 Vernon Street Small in stature, big in heart. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, Clarion Staff 3, Advertising Manager 4, Log Staff, Assistant Editor, Masquers 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. JOHN A. KEKACS ..Bud.. 15 Huntington Road To worry little, to study less, is my idea of happiness. Entered the U.S. Navy, Jan- uary, 1945. VELMA KENYHERCZ nvee., 34 Glenwood Avenue All is right with the world. ELEANOR A. KNAPP HEI., 13 Clarendon Street Style is the mode of fashion. Senex cum Laude, O.F.F. 45 Gamma Rho, Homeroom Presi- dent 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 1. LOIS A. KNIFFIN nlo.. 143 Klondike Street The only way to have a friend is to be one. War Stamp Salesman 2, 3. EDWARD S. KOCHISS "Coach" 407 Dahl Avenue Quietly he goes his way, in and out, day by day. MARGARET T. KEANE npeggyl. 1385 South Main Street When Irish eyes are smiling. Girls' Sport Club l, 2, Civics Club lp Glee Club 1, 2. CLAIRE M. KEENAN "Claire" 1792 Main Street Raven tresses, sparkling eyes, Care and worry she belies. Senior Play, Debating Club 1, 2, Secretary 4, Senex cum Laude, Student Council l, 27 Les Jongleurs, Secretary 4. l WILLIAM KOLLAR "Bill" 26 Clover Street Quietly and content to go his own way. Entered the U.S. Navy, Decem- ber, 1944. MICHAEL KOPCHIK "Chip Chop" 432 Soundview Avenue Life without sports is not life. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude, Baseball 2, 3, No- tional Honor Society 4, A.A. 3. L G ROBERT .l. KOSTELNIK nsobi. 31 Pond Street Having a wonderful time. A.A. 1, 2, 3, Student Council 1. GEORGE A. KOSTOPOULOS "George" 3219 Main Street People have more fun than anybody. Homeroom President 2, Log Staff, Photography Club 3. DENNIS KOVACS "Denny" 110 Clinton Street A fellow with a smile for everyone. Boys' Club 1, 2. ALBERT C. KRAFCIK UAV. 1253 West Broad Street Stratford's lucky strike. Baseball 4, Bowling 4. MARY L. KRAVUTSKE "Marie" 65 Bowe Avenue If it's within her power to help, she will-and gladly. O.F.F. Vice-President, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent 4, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. BARBARA L. KREGLING "Bobbie" 118 Placid Avenue An all around good "s'kate". Log Staff, Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club, 1, 2, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. MABEL E. KOST "Mabel" 61 Canaan Road To be pleasant is a gift. Photography Club 2, Girls' Sport Club 3. JEAN E. KOSTELNIK "Jeannie" 31 Pond Street Work first, then to play. Girls' Sport Club 2, Intramural Basketball 2, Student Council Committee 3, 4. PEARL R. KRICK "Pearl" 362 Highland Avenue A smile will go a long, long way. Glee Club 1, Gamma Rho 2. FRANCES R. KRISHAK "Jean" 39 Canaan Road Calm and serene, as an un- troubled sea. Junior Red Cross Representa- tive. I 1945 LAURENCE LA REAU " Larry" 2443 Main Street ln quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Homeroom Treasurer 3, A.A. Representative 3. MILDRED C. LARKIN HMM.. 384 Laughlin Road There's a gleam in her eye. Glee Club l, 27 Homeroom Librarian l, Travel Club 47 Gamma Rho 2, 3, Secretary 4. RUSSELL J. LASSE ..Russ.. 1632 Broadbridge Avenue Begone, dull care! Mine is a mischievous air. Homeroom President 4, Prom Committee 3, Boys' Club I, Hallowe'en Dance Committee. DOROTHY A. LAWRENCE nom., 35 Vernon Street My heart is warm with the friends I made. War Stamp Salesman 3. RUTH H. LAWRENCE " Ruthie" l2l Disbrow Street Her mind is like a sundialp ll records only pleasantness. O.F.F. 4. o JOHN H. LEMMERMEYER nl-em.. 362 Laughlin Road lt's in the books! Why bother it? Tennis 3, 4, Boys' Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. SHIRLEY F. KRONER "Shirl" 187 King Street I'm not so bashful as I seem. O.F.F. 4, Travel Club 4, Photo- graphy Club 4, Gamma Rho 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2. GENEVIEVE D. KUSHA "Jean" 265 Peace Street Everyone likes a smiling face. O.F.F. 4. i MARY M. LESTINSKY "Mae" 254 Bruce Avenue Success is the outcome of honest toil. Glee Club 3, Senex cum Laude, A.A. 2, 3, 4, o.r.F. 4, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4. enum M. Lownev -'Edie' 3l3 California Street A friend, honest and true. A.A. l, 2, 4, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, 4, Library Representa- tive 4. CLARENCE J. LYNCH ..BUd., I2 Ridge Road A town that boasts' inhabitants like me, can have no lack of good society. Hi-Y 3, 47 Aviation Club 4, A.A. l, 2, 3, 4. Entered the U.S. Navy Air Corps, January, l945. THOMAS J. LYNCH nTomn 'I36 Peace Street Studious, when other matters are unimportant. Aviation Club 4. RUSSELL W. MacCOMlSKEY HMM., 345 Hurd Avenue The first one hundred years are the hardest. A.A. 3, 4, Paper Drive 4. MARY L. MADIGAN "Mary Lou" 4 2 Cornwall Street Where did you get those dimples? A.A. 3, Secretary 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Travel Club 2, Vice-President 3, Log Staff. CHARLES MAKRIS "Greek" l6l College Street Better late than never! A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. WlLLlAM A. MARTIN "Bill" 100 Clinton Avenue Thy hair! Long may it wave. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. HELEN LU BAS "Helen" 37 Raymond Street A sweet disposition is the sign of a friendly soul. Girls' Sport Club Council Committee 3, 4, lntra- mural Basketball. 2g Student ELIZABETH K. LUCAS "Betty" 307 Light Street Through earnest studying she will succeed, In what she does she'lI hold the lead. Senex cum Laude. JOHN J. MASLEN "Skinhead" 40 East sneer My desire is sweet music. Art Club, Vice-President 2, President 3, 4, Clarion Staff, Art Editor 3, 4, Hall Patrol 4, National Honor Society, Vice- President 4, Lag Staff, Art Editor. M. MINNETTE MASSEY "Minn" 44 8 Ferry Boulevard Happy am I, from care l'm free. Homeroom President 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Bi- ology Club 2, 3, Aviation Club 4, Girls' Sport Club l, 2, 3, 4. l94 SHIRLEY B. MCDANIEL "Shirt" 46 La ke Street Cheerful and gay, that's always her way. Civics Club I, Art Club I, Girls' Sport Club 3, Photo- graphy Club I, Library Club, Secretary 4. ROBERT E. McMAHON "Bob" 987 Huntington Road Quietness accompanied by good sense. ETHEL E. MERAVIGLIA ..-I-opsy.. 93 Meritine Avenue A good sport of the very best sort. Transferred from Wilby High School, Waterbury, Conn., October, 1944. LEON H. MERRILL, JR. ...mmm 946 South Avenue Little man, what now? Civics Club, President I, Boys' Club I, 2, 3, 4. ANDREW J. MERVA ..Andy,. Ill Oakland Place I dare do all that may become a man, who dares do more is none. Boys' Club 2, 4, Bowling 2, 4, A.A. 1, 3, 4. EDWARD J. MICHELS ..Ed.. 987 Nichols Avenue Michels at the bat! Baseball 3, A.A. 3, Football I. GALINA O. MATEGORIN "Glenn" 120 Washington Parkway Life is short, so make it a merry one. Glee Club l, 2, 3, Bon Auction 3, Art Club I, 2, 3 Civics Club I. DONALD K. MAYS ..Don.. 802 Surf Avenue Industry paves the way to success. MARJORIE B. MILOT "Marge" 35 Oakwood Street Always willing to lend a hand. Senex cum Laude, Cheerleader 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club l, 2, 3, 4, Log Staff, Assistant Editor. GLADYS E. MITCHELL "Mitch" 73 Concord Street Champagne vitality, with a flair for simplicity and clirectness. Masquers 2, Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4, Student Council 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2. ANNE L. MOLLICA "Anne" 89 Canaan Court Noiseless as a feather CHARLES J. MORRIS "Buster" 1703 Broadbridge Avenue Music, here is thy master. A.A. 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Cap- tain 4, Band l, 2, 3, President 4, Squad Leader 4, Councileers 2, 3, 4. RITA L. MORRIS "Reet" 508 Housatonic Avenue Neatness personified. A.A. 3, 4. SHIRLEY J. MORTON "Mort" 90 Reed Street A quiet spirit signifies deep thought. THOMAS J. MURCKO ..Tom.. 393 Thompson Street Everything is as you take it. Film Service Club 4. Enlererd the U.S. Navy, December, l944. JOYCE E. NANCHY HNGMY.. l84 Hurd Avenue A head of wavy locks, a heart full of ioy. A.A. Council, Treasurer 3, 4, Civics Club 1, Art Club 2, O.F.F. 4, Senex cum Laude. JEAN E. MOLGARD "Jean" 78 Eaton Street A likeable girl with likeable ways. O.FF 4. ARNOLD J. MOLLER "Mole" 97 Floral Way Fun is my best subiect. Clarion Staff 3, 4. RUTH M. NANCHY "Nanch" 89 Blakeman Place A quiet girl and a grand pal. Senex cum Laude 4, log Staff, Clarion Staff 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Dance Committee. JEAN A. NASSON "Jeannie" Box 502, Nichols Avenue She's quiet and sweet, a girl quite complete. Student Council 4, Ushers' Guild 4, Dramatic Club, Secre- tary 1, Civics Club 1, Home- room Treasurer 4. I945 CAROLYN M. NETTLETON "Carolyn" 48 Bla kem an Place A woman's hair is her glory, and hers is a crown of spun gold. Clarion Staff, Business Man- ager 3, 4, Student Council Representative 4, A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Log Staff, Ushers' Guild 1. Bl LL G. NEWMAN nwmy.. 867 Nichols Avenue lf you would ask him, he would say-"Why work when l can play?" Boys' Club 3, 4, Homeroom Stamp Representative 4, Avia- tion Club 4, A.A. 2, 3, 4. RITA A. NORKO "Reel" 270 Franklin Avenue There's a sparkle of humor in her eye. Glee Club 1, 2, A.A. 3, 4. JEANNE F. NOWACK "Jeannie" 441 Patterson Avenue Wisdom is wealth. A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, Class Secretary 1, 2, Girl Reserves, Treasurer 2, President 3, Art Club 1, Senex cum Laude. ANNA M. PASTIR "Blondie" Box 243, Huntington Road Courteous and true, loyal too. Girls' Sport Club 4. JOHN G. PANOSIAN njohn.. 2343 Barnum Avenue A silent tongue seeks no trouble. A.A. 1, 2, 4. FllOMA NELL "Filly" 1642 Elm Street Small-but oh my! Lost and Found 1, 2, 3, A.A., Publicity Committee 4. FREDERICK C. NELSON "Creebie" 36 Cornwall Street A man's popularity is an index to his character. Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A.A. President 4. MN.. MABEL F. PECK ..Mae,. 322 Highland Avenue She does well who does her best. SHIRLIE R. PEPPARD npep.. 718 Judson Place Full of "Pep". Art Club 3, Student 3, 4, War Stamp Salesman 4, Log Staff. ROBERTA A. PETRUCELLI "Robbie" 330 Hollister Street A light heart and a carefree manner. Art Club 2, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Log Staff, A Cappella Choir 3. BERNARDINE I. POLLACK "Bern" 52 Swanson Avenue Me for fun and laughter! Glee Club 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club, Presi- dent 4, Senex cum Laude. GEORGE H. POND ..Budn 2949 Main Street If there is fun to be had, have it. If there is work to be done, do it. Aviation Club 4, Boys' Club 4, Homeroom President 3, A.A. Representative 4, Variety Show 4. MARION PORANDA nsisn 1720 Barnum Avenue Her ways are ways of pleasantness. A.A. I, 2, 3, Homeroom Vice- President 3, Photography Club I, Glee Club I, 2. JOSEPH PREBICH "Joe" 128 Canaan Village I take things as they come. ALCEO PRIMAVERA "Archie" 480 East Main Street Whut's the use of worrying? It never was worth while. Student Council 3, Boys' Club 1, 2. LAURA M. PERDUE "Peaches" 50 Catherine Street A girl of a few thousand words. LORETTA J. PETRIEL "Reita" 33 Disbrow Street Her cares rest upon her lightly. Glee Club I, Clarion Staff 3 Paper Drive 3. MURIEL J. PULLEY "MurI" 330 Allyndale Drive I don't believe in love at first sight, But I believe in taking a second look. Art Club 'l, 2, French l, 2, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, Civics Club l, Mop Crew 3. HELEN M. RADUK UH.. 60 Avon Street A quiet girl with pleasing ways. Girls' Sport Club 4, Senex cum Laude, Glee Club l, 2, 3. 194 JOSEPH D. REGENSBURGER njoe.. 52 Patterson Avenue Be always merry as ever you con, For no one delights in a sor- rowful man. A.A. Representative 3, 4, Avia- tion Club 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4. MARGARET E. REID npeggyn 32 Hurd Avenue The course of true love never runs smoothly. Art Club l, 2, Latin Club 2, Girls' sports Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Handbook, Editor 4, Log Staff, Assistant Editor. ANN F. RESEL ..Ann.. 197 Freeman Avenue Glee is iust an added charm. Girls' Sport Club 3, O.F.F. 4, Homeroom Vice-President 4. MARIE G. RICCIO HRW. l96 Avon Street Still waters run deep. O.F.F. 4, A.A. 2, 3, 4, Senex cum Laude. CHARLES B. RICKER "Chuck" 110 Los Angeles Boulevard Boys will be boys. Photography Club l, 2, Avia- tion Club 4, Film Service Club 4. MARGARET T. RINDOS "Marge" 280 Franklin Avenue Smile and the world smiles with you. Girls' Sport Club 4, Homeroom Secretary 4, O.F.F. 4, Clarion Staff, Associate Editor 4, Senex cum Laude. ANTHONY P. RAMIK "Tim" 2375 Barnum Avenue ln sports he will find his fame, he who plays a fair game. Fooball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 'l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, A.A. Council, Vice-President 4, Homeroom Chairman 4. ELEANOR L. RAYMOND HEI.. Box 561, Nichols Avenue Success' will crown her efforts. Glee Club I, Office Assistant 4, Senex cum Laude. if KENNETH T. RISBERG "Ken" 20 Garden Street Few things are impossible to diligence and skill. Photography Club l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Masquers 4, Film Service Club, President 3, 4. PAUL D. ROCHE npauli. 7 Elm Terrace The fear of worry never comes near me. Boys' Club l, 2, 3, Football l, 2, Homeroom President l, 2, Treasurer 3, A.A. Representa- tive l, 2. N L BARBARA R. SAM PSON "Sammy" ELIZABETH A. ROMAN 420 Allvndvle Drive Usenyn To be merry, best becomes 57 Marsh Way hef- once U friend' always G Art Club l, 2, 3, Student Coun- friend. cil 3, 4, Ushers' Guild 4, Stamp Representative 2, 3, 4, Log Staff. FRANCIS H. SARNIK "Frannie" MILDRED A. RUZICKA UMW. l4O California Street She who laughs and is happy brings sunshine with every day. lO5O South Avenue Quiet, serene graciousness. A.A. l, 2, 3, Senex cum Laude, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, 4, Hallowe'en Dance Committee 4, Clarion Represen- tative 4. Log Staff, Assistant Editor 4. ROBERT E. SCHOLZ "Bob" JOHN J. RYAN "Jack" 78 Blukeman place 1716 North Avenue ws me I,-ish in meg Let me go where'er l will. Boys' Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Football 3, 4, A.A. I, 2, 3, 4, 3, 4. Hi.Y 3, 4. Junior Red Cross Representative 4. 32 NATALIE M. ROBERTS HNGV. 40 Newton Street To draw, to paint, to sketch is my delight. Arts Club 2. BERTHA L. ROGERS "Bert" 'l68 Wakelee Avenue A quieter person never seen MARTHA F. SCHREYER "Martha" 31 Avon Street A welcome link in everyone's chain of friendship. Masquers 3, 45 Clarion Staff 45 Senior Play. AMELIA T. scloiem '-Molly" 271 Swanson Avenue Happy and modest, pleasant and dependable. A.A. 3, 45 Girls' Sport Club 4. 1945 JACQUELINE A. SEMPOWICH "Jackie" 135 West Avenue Strike up the band! Girls' Sport Club l, 2, 45 A.A. Representative li Homeroom Chairman 25 Senex cum Laude. JENNIE A. SERRA "Jen" 24 Glenwood Avenue Sunshine is in your lovely eyes. O.F.F. 45 Glee Club l. SILVIO F. SERRA "Blackie" 24 Glenwood Avenue For he's a iolly good fellow. A.A. 3, 45 Paper Drive 4. WILLIAM F. SHEA "Bill" 42 Plymouth Street A little variety is such fun. Football 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Senior Play5 Boys' Club 1, 2, 3. En- tered the U.S. Navy, January, 1945. JEANETTE M. SHERMAN "Jonnie" 1641 Elm Street lt's nice to be natural, if you're naturally nice. Publicity Club, Treasurer 45 Senex cum laude5 O.F.F. 45 Band 2, 35 Secretary 45 Log Staff. JOHN N. SIMPSON "Jeep" 535 Wilcoxson Avenue Actions speak louder than words. Track 3, 45 Boys' Club l, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 Senex cum Laude. DOROTHY R. SEGLA "Dot" 239 Klondike Street Good nature and good sense are a pleasant combination. National Honor Society 3, 45 Travel Club 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Ushers' Guild 45 Stamp and Bond Committee 3, 45 Log Staff. BARBARA J. SELLERS "Bonnie" 192 Elliott Street Good nature is the very air of a good mind. Girls' Sport Club 3, 45 O.F.F. 45 Photography Club 45 Log Staff, Assistant Editor5 Senex cum Laude. JEAN L. SMITH "Smitty" 205 Cut Spring Road Not too serious, not too gay, A true blue girl in every way. Class Secretary 4, Log Staff, Assistant Editor, Band l, 2, 3, Senior Play Business Manager. ROBERT C. SMITH ..Bob.. I 99 Woodend Road We live to love, we love to live. Masquers 3, 4, Aviation Club 4. GENEVIEVE A. SORRENTINO ..Gen.. 597 Bird seye Street What obiects are the fountain of thy happy strain? A.A. Typing Secretary 4, Daisy Chain 3. HERBERT L. SPEAR "Herby" I446 Linden Avenue I shall speak in a monstrous small voice. Band I, 2, 3. GLORIA SPOTLOW "Spotty" 784 Honeyspot Road Pleasant to everyone, unpleas- ant to no one. Homeroom Secretary 4, A.A. 4. G WILLIAM C. STAFFORD "Bill" 47 Yale Street Fourteen 'carrot" gold GEORGE STORTINI "George" i900 Barnum Avenue Above all a good fellow. Student Council Representative 2. Entered the U.S. Navy, Au- gust, 1944. HELEN L. SWEENEY "Helen" 70 Sikorsky Place Shadow of annoyance never came near thee. Girl Reserves 2. EVELYN M. SODERBERG ..Ev.. 472 Windsor Avenue Willing and able to overcome all obstacles. Masquers 3, Secretary 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 3, 4, Homeroom Secretary 47 Senex cum Laude. DONALD SOLOROW ..So'.. i420 North Avenue Stop me if you've heard this' one! Football 3, 4, A.A. Repre- sentative 4, Boys' Club 3, Clarion Staff 4. N.-f FRANCIS J. TANUCCI "Frank" 73 Hull Court Studying is my favorite sport, I could sit all day and watch it. A.A. Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Avia- tion Club 4. CAROL A. TERWILLEGER "Carol" 98 Bodine Court A sunny smile, a gay good humor make her what she is. O.F.F. 4. l945 ALBERT W. TOMASKO "Tomate" 445 Huntington Road The world will go on and on, but I won't interfere. JEAN C. TOMLINSON "Tommy" Oronoque Her friends, they are many, Her foes, are there any? Glee Club 'l, Homeroom Chair- man 'l, Squad Leader 'l, Head Usher, Christmas Formal 4. RICHARD W. TOMPKINS "Richie" 79 Eaton Street In my locker my books l'll hide, and not carry another one by my side. Boys' Club 3, 4. smmsv A. TREMALLO "Shirley" 28 2 Rockwell Avenue An attractive girl with large brown eyes. A Cappella Choir I, 4, Travel Club 2, Secretary 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, Secre- tary 4, Log Staff. JAMES TUCCIARONE uhm.. I0 Laurel Place Unassuming, always friendly. Bowling League 3, Football 2, Boys' Club 3. JEANETTE B. TU RNEY "Jeanette" 522 California Street A willing hand she does pos- sess,, her answer to chores is always "yes". Latin Club 2, Les Jongleurs 4, Senex cum Laude, Log Staff. DONALD TERWILLEGER noon.. 98 Bodine Court A grin for everybody. EDWARD J. TIBOR ..Ed.. 50 Avon Street Today a mechanic, tomorrow an engineer. A.A. I, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT A. VLACK nsobt, 71 Hull Court Silence sprinkled with mirth. Entered the U.S. Maritime Serv- ice, February, 1945. ROSALIND G. VODOLA "Grace" 1129 Essex Place She taketh most delight in music. 3, 47 Glee Club 3, Les Jongleurs 4, Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, O.F.F. 4, Senex cum Laude. 0 HAROLD C. WEED HHN.. ldlewood Place, Oronoque He bears his burdens' lightly. Entered the U.S. Navy, Novem- ber, 1944. WARREN E. WELLS "Nate" 141 Chapel Street He appears quiet, but we wonder! A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Councileers 4, Band 3, 4. WILLIAM WELLS "Bill" 940 Huntington Road I step forward into the world- woe is me! A.A. 1, 2, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Entered the U.S. Army, January, 1945. i 1 1 1 I HOWARD A. WEST "Bud" 451 Windsor Avenue Education is a flight of steps, Two steps at a time is labor saving. Senior Play, A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. BETTY L. WHITE "Betty" 194 White Street Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality. O.F.F., Secretary 4, Girls' Sport Club 3. GEORGE E. WISE "George" 71 Knowlton Street Carefree without worries', along the road of life he scurries. JOHN P. WARGO "Rock'o" 313 Weber Street Everybody's friend. RUBY I. WARNER ..RubY.. 64 Bassick Court For she is the quiet kind, whose nature never varies. A.A. 3. LOUIS A. CERINO "lou" 28 Boston Avenue A genial and friendly man is he. Boys' Sport Club l, 2, 3. ROSEMARY DURIVAGE " Rosey" 89 Canaan Court A nice person to know. Girls' Sport Club 45 A.A. 4. JAMES R. HILDRETH "Jim" 25 North Parade Life is swell, and so are the girls! Entered the U.S. Navy, Decem- ber, I944. FRANCES R. ,ZENOBIA "Frannie" 420 Bruce Avenue Mischief aplenty, smiles many. Clarion Representative 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Pub- licity Club 45 Log Staff. C LA S S M 0 TT O Today Defides Tomorrow FRANCIS D. MAY "Frank" 265 Bruce Avenue He sees the world through rose-colored glasses. Boys' Club l, 2, Baseball 3, Basketball 4, A.A. Council lg A.A. l, 2. DIANA ORVIS "Diana" 2225 Main Street Friendliness attracts new friends. Transferred from Batavia High School, Batavia, Illinois, De- cember, I944. ANDREW M. SABO "Sabu" 2 856 Broadbridge Avenue A manly youth, we all say ln a quiet and reserved way. "K-f is W, gimm- ge-1i!""" wif wmn 5,895 N19 SENIOR PLAY THE HOUSE OF THE FLASHING LIGHT by Lavina . Louise Bashford Clark Richards Jesse Corcoran Slella Faber . "Dol" Faber . Mr. Ll . . Pedro . Doyle Kevlin Eva Harper . Phyllis . . J. C. McMullen Cast Direclors Sally Graham Doris Jessel Howard Wesl Richard Gowing . Lucile Fox Claire Keenan John Hanrnhan George Dirgo William Shea Beverly Hunziker Martha Schreyer Miss Audrey Esles Gladys Milchell QW wMwnrM-unn.nnslP+W- 5 ? S E' Saw!!! 'Q farms fa-mlm 5 S-arf.. IL- X Ms M., 4. '21 g...CjLJk Q4 L95 I 5 or 65:7 Ciiii...?CW 1 'T 'il-I-5-1 QQ-5 Q .. ,-ff X J X-QCS,C..2-L Ebb I N elif qi ml X' Cf ' XC. 9 'P 'I z so on xl 5 WO' Nei CLASS CHARACTERISTICS Michael Kopchik Howard Howes Frank Jacko George Birge Howard Howes Anthony Ramik Frederic Kaeser John Gariepy John Gariepy John Maslen VViIIiam Shea James Hildreth John Kane WFIQHRE J SEEEQOM px MWC? BEST STUDENT BEST LOOKING CUTEST MOST POPULAR MOST SOPHISTICATED BEST ATHLETE BEST DRESSED DONE MOST FOR SCHOOL MOST OBLIGING BEST ARTIST BIGGEST FLIRT BEST DANCER WITTIEST Patricia Kehoe Sally Baldwin Graydon Butler Jean Smith Mary Lou Madigan Evelyn Soderberg Eleanor Knapp Mary Lou Ducla Mary Lou Duda Sally Baldwin Wilhelmina Grathwol Elinor Cooke Barbara Sampson el' EF ntl 'Sa vi A ,4ef?C?c 'R "' CLASS CHARACTERISTICS Nicholas Fess Charles Ricker Charles Morris Frederick Nelson George Dirgo Jack Gariepy George Dirgo Elmer Birdseye John Hanrahan John Ryan George Ganim Donald Solorow Arthur Hannan BIGGEST GRIND BIGGEST GIGGLER BEST MUSICIAN MOST BASHFUL BEST ACTOR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED BEST VOCALIST WORST BLUSHER BEST AUTHOR MOST CAREFREE BIGGEST ALIBIER NOISIEST QUIETEST Janet Hodgeson Beverly Jeralds Marilyn Griffin Janet Hotchkiss Sally Graham Mary Lou Duda Beverly Hunziker Marilyn Ibbs Mabel Peck Filoma Nell Minnette Massey Filoma Nell Janet Hotchkiss gi?" 56 2 on iff' X O 5 Q 24 eil' 'D res' hh! 7 RQFKWJNNQ 2, J 6-535 IRQ, Rf iifgxcsc QS 1 I -4 VN,l,Qi?e6s fSf,QtxE,Rd XJ-if T7 f Illfs A J" 4 JN!! gig. Aw ww, M 'A-ww 1 M ...po W gig ., www Q iii? NS 4 T.. M Q, W Q Nfwg,-2. ik 2:1 x K Jah: .lf gf:-yi, , QQ. ,KX w M imma.. 'fx E5 ig 7 SWKQ-e SENICDR CLASS President George Birge Vice President . Frank Jacko Secretary . Jean Smith Treasurer . Carol Gallagher Adviser Miss Imelda Goyette The Senior Class, despite wartime hardships, and despite the fact that it lost many boys to the armed services, finished an unforgettable year under the able direction of Miss Imelda Goyette. The senior dance was held in the school auditorium, ablaze with Hallowe'en decorations, on October 27. The next class activity was the senior play, "The House of the Flashing Light", which proved to be a huge success, both financially and in the entertainment field. The Junior-Senior Prom was held at the Ritz Ballroom on May ll. This colorful affair made seniors realize that their carefree high school days would soon be over. Finally came the annual banquet, at which awards were made and characteristics announced. The climax of the entire year was, of course, that great day to which seniors had looked forward with mingled pride and sadness-Graduation Day. 43 JUNIOR CLASS President . . . . . Joseph La Bash Vice President . Janice Bateman Secretary . Marie English Treasurer . Martin Horback Adviser . Mrs. Pearl June The Junior Class, under the very capable guidance of Mrs. June, completed another busy year. The class has done its share toward the war effort by contributing to the various drives- They were especially successful in the paper drives. A The iuniors felt very fortunate to be able to receive class rings this year, for these materials are scarce. The annual Junior-Senior Prom climaxed the year's activities. SOPI-IOMORE CLASS A A President ....... Harold Jensen Vice President ...... Ted Beckwith Secretary . . Annette Verespy Treasurer . . Norma Miller Adviser . Everett Wordell FRESI-IMAN CLASS President ....... George Douglas Vice President ...... Mary Primavera Secretary . . Rita Macisak Treasurer . .lean Brantley Adviser ....... Miss Eloise Carter 45 ADVERTISING Martha Allen Annamae Bayne Ruth Blamey Shirley Bulmer Elinor De Battiste Marie Foster Carol Gallagher Marie Kravutske Mildred Larkin Bill Martin Margaret Rindos Jeanette Turney Grace Vodola CIRCULATION Irene Burritt Irene Chuba Jerrie Jacaruso Betty Japp Mary Lestinsky Jean Nasson Anna Pastir Marie Riccio Grace Vodola 46 LOG EDITOR Lucile Fox ASSISTANT EDITORS Sally Baldwin Jane Burns Ruth Henry Doris Jessel Patty Kehoe M. Minnette Massey Mariorie Milot Peggy Reid Mildred Ruzicka Barbara Sellers Jean Smith Frances Zenobia ART AND PHOTOGRAPHY Lois Davis John Kane Ruth Nanchy Barbara Sampson Nicholas Fess STAFF ART EDITOR Jack Maslen BUSINESS MANAGERS Michael Kopchik Frank Jacko ADVISER Ruth E. Cunningham The Log Staff wishes to express their appreciation to the students and mem- bers of the faculty who have assisted them in the preparation of this book. LITERARY Dolores Angell Shirley Bulmer Graydon Butler Janet Curry Rita Degnan Marie Foster Carol Gallagher Sally Graham Janet Holmes Beverly Hunziker Marilyn lbbs Fred Kaeser Claire Keenan Marie Kravutske Mary Lou Madigan Gladys Mitchell Ruth Nanchy Carolyn Nettleton Dorothy Segla Jeanette Sherman Shirley Tremallo Jeanette Turney 47 S ' Q HX' .VU igi 'A' X if fy -T2 .-Au fllrmf FOOTBALL The 1944 football team finished one of the most successful seasons in some time- Playing an eight-game schedule, they won six and lost two. This record earned the Housa- tonic Valley League Championship for Stratford. They were defeated by Harding in their first game, but that game was nullified later because of an ineligible player on Harding's team. The "Red Devils" then struck back with force, beating Branford, Derby, Shelton, and Fairfield Prep, and rolling up 139 points against 19 for the opposition. Later in the season, defeats came at the hands of Fairfield and Bassick. ln the annual Thanksgiving Day encounter with Milford, a fighting Stratford team de- feated the powerful Indians by 7-6. Although the "Red Devils" were outplayed in the frist half, they came out in the second half and proved they had what it takes to make a good team. They came through and tied the score, winning it by the extra point. The outstanding feature of all the games was the great team work provided by every- one on the squad. They proved it during the Milford game. The Indians of Milford had the ball on the Stratford's two-yard line and had eight down to take it over, but were unable to do it. Captain Howie Howes, Tim Ramik, Joe Regensburger, Fred Nelson, Charlie Callaghan, managers Jerry Grace, and Fred Kaeser will be lost by graduation. Bill Drab, Frank Baldino, and Mike Allen were inducted into the service after the Fair- field and Milford games. Ernie Spada was elected captain for next year. lqlili-45 FOOTBALL LINE-UP Regulors Position Substitutes Fitch L. E. Jensen Nelson L. T. Shultz Regensburger L. G. Pisonero Allen C. Dunn Pizzuto R. G. Roche Santa Q R. T. Guckert Ramik R. E. Ferrio Drab Q. B. Boldino Spado H. B Dennis Howes F. B. Gowing Callaghan H. B Dennis 51 BASKETBALL i944 - VARSITY SCORES - l9Li5 Stratford . . 33 Fairfield . . 20 Stratford . . 49 Alumni . . 37 Stratford . . 77 Shelton . . . 19 Stratford . . 45 Derby .... 24 Stratford . . 27 Wallingford . . 30 Stratford . . 33 Branford . . . 30 Stratford . . 36 Milford . . 3 l Stratford . . 33 Seymour . . . 28 Stratford . . 60 East Haven . . l 5 Stratford High's basketball team completed the most successful season in years by winning fifteen games and losing two, thereby winning the Housatonic Valley League Championship. Coach Andrews formed a flashy squad, with but two veterans as a nucleus, and his team set a couple of records by caging 755 points against 437 for their opponents. They also set a record for the league and for Strat- ford High School when they scored 77 points against Shelton. The varsity five was led by Captain Mike Kopchik, who scored 201 points for the sea- Stratford . . 64 Shelton . l l Stratford . . 50 Derby . . . 32 Stratford . . 47 East Haven . . 22 Stratford . . 44 Wallingford . . 12 Stratford . . 27 Branford . . . 24 Stratford . . 36 Milford . . 24 Stratford . . 60 Seymour . 41 Stratford . . yi Fairfied . . .-' 37 755 437 son. Fred Basquin, Tim Ramik, and Joe Regens- burger also scored over l00 points apiece. The flashy forward, Bo Birge, and dependable Gene Ferrio were also invaluable to the squad. Sweaters were awarded to nine lettermen. The junior varsity, consisting of Matty McNally, Don Costello, Larry Griffen, Harold Jensen, Tex Long, and a sophomore and fresh- man unit, also made a splendid record, win- ning fifteen games and losing one. Bob Minasian will succeed Jerry Grace as manager of the i946 team. Kopchik, Ramik, Birge, Basquin, Regensburger, and Ferrio will be lost to the squad through graduation. BASEBALL A fourteen-game schedule, one of the heaviest in many years, will be played by the 1945 squad. Hamden and New Haven Hill- house will be the new opponents of the "Red Devils". ln addition to the regular league trays and in addition to clashes with Harding and Fairfield, two games each will be played with these schools. Captain Matty McNally, Ed Michels, and Ed McDonald are the only veterans, and the new team is being built around these three return- ing lettermen. Tim Ramik, Al Krafcik, Bob McMahon, John Hanrahan, Larry Griffen, Tex Long, Don Costello, Vinny Sica, Jimmy Pas- cucci, Mort Horback, Al Hudak, Harry McEnany, Andy Tomasko, Frank Masso, Fred Basquin, and Bill Anderson are the new members of the varsity nine. At press time, these boys are shaping up well defensively but their hitting needs to be improved if they are to measure up to the teams of former years. Michels, McDonald, Krafcik, Ramik, Han- rahan, Basquin, and Manager Fred Kaeser will be lost through graduation. t I t it vm' U BOWLING Captain . . Albert Krafcik Adviser . . Michael Prezkop 5s in ll tl B 'A' 7 lk . TENNIS Co-captains . . . George Birge Robert Switzgable Adviser . . Henry Anderson GCLF Co captains . . Jack Costello Al Tomasko Adviser . . . Edward R. Olsen BCYS' CLUB Managers ..... Paul Roche, Harry Olsen Adviser . . . James Penders Captain . Graydon Butler Adviser ....... Miss Helen Foland CHEERLEADERS GIRLS' SPORT CLUB President Vice President . Secretary . Treasurer . Adviser . The girls' Sport Club is the group that sponsors an intramural program of athletics for girls. This club is a member of the Fairfield County League for Play Days, and during the school year our girls participate in five play Bernadine Pollack Claire Keenan Marie Foster . Mary Lestinsky Helen M. Foland days, swimming, bowling, volley ball, basket- ball, and tennis. Each year the club sponsors a spring festi- val in Sterling Park, at which time the girl who has been chosen queen is feted. A. A. COUNCIL President . Frederick Nelson Vice President . . Anthony Ramik Secretary . . . Mary Lou Madigan Treasurers . . . Joyce Nanchy, .loan Gifford Director of Athletics . The council began its year of activity with a drive during which football season tickets were sold. ln December basketball season tickets were sold. At the annual A. A. dance in December, Ernest Spada was chosen as captain-elect of the next year's football team. Graydon Butler was crowned Miss A. A. Presentations were made to Coach Tom Andrews by the captain of the football team. . . Henry Anderson Three assemblies were sponsored to present awards for the varsity and intramural players. The members of the football team, winners of the Housatonic Valley League Championship, were awarded special sweaters, and the American Legion of Stratford gave each boy a trophy. The members of the basketball team, also winners of the Housatonic Valley Cham- pionship, were awarded special sweaters and given a trip to see a college basketball tourna- ment at Madison Square Garden. eil? HHS Nw in ,,v6'- r 5 WM :fy X, 1 .i I :ii mm 'M MM xn vm -Fi' 0' fn S ....--............-...--i--.....i- 'Q -------i- k gl he--f-Efge i 'iv .1 ,, S 49, I C- Q .--'s lg 6-'Qqi-lg 433 ff? f i -T--I-, li..1 5-wx - mem.-mf STUDENT COUNCIL President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer Adviser The Student Council, under the advisership of Miss Anne Paris, completed many important proiects toward helping the nation as well as the community during this war-time year of 1944-45. The Student Council, which governs school activities, is composed of members of the four classes of the high school. Each home room is represented, and additional seniors are chosen as delegates at large. Regular meetings are held each Monday and are open to all students of the school. There are several committees organized at the be- ginning of the year to handle the many branches of work. They include the following: The Ways and Means Committee, with Mary lou Duda as chairman, consists of at least one member from each class, and is organized for the purpose of planning ways Jack Gariepy George Santa Shirley Bulmer . Ruth Blamey Miss Anne H. Paris and means to earn money. The Variety Show, the Mardi Gras, and the sale of banners, stick- ers, tags, stationery folios, and senior hats were activities initiated by this committee. The Social Committee, under Beverly Hun- ziker, this year supervised all social school functions such as the Variety Show, which was called "Bustles to Bobbie-Sox" and used the theme of the "Gay Nineties" and a modern teen-age canteen. The first performance proved to be a great success, and it was repeated the following evening by special request. The Christmas Formal was the only formal affair of the fall term. A tea, to which all the school faculty were invited, was given in December. Its purpose was to provide an opportunity for teachers and Student Council members to get together in an "out-of-school" atmosphere. The committee took charge of all other club and Student Council dances. The Assembly Committee, under Willie Grathwol, takes charge of all assemblies throughout the year. Members meet with Mr. Bonney, the vice principal, in the spring and select speakers for the following year. ln the early fall, the committee for the year sched- ules the speakers according to their subject matter. The purpose of the Publicity Committee, under Marie Schuler, is to publicize war bond and stamp sales during the year and also all dances and social affairs. An article was also written for the national magazine Student Life concerning the activities of the Student Council. The Service Committee, under .lessamine Houle, is a newly formed organization whose purpose it is to sponsor school drives such as the United War Fund, .lunior Red Cross, Na- tional Tuberculosis Association, March of Dimes, and the Crippled Children's Drive. The committee presented a radio program over Station WICC on behalf of the Junior Red Cross membership drive. Five boxes of cloth- ing were sent to needy school children in Kentucky, and the committee also sent Christ- mas cards to all servicemen on the Council's mailing list. The War Bond and Stamps Committee, under Barbara Sampson, is in charge of all bond campaigns throughout the school. There are approximately fifty students who partici- pate in selling stamps and bonds and keeping records. The Welfare Committee, under Dorothy Lu- pariello, keeps a record of student attendance and sends cards to those absent from school one week due to illness. A gift is sent to those who are unable to attend for a longer period of time. The Office Assistants Committee, under Wil- lie Grathwol, consists of students who volun- teer their study periods in order to take charge of the Council office and all business matters that arise during that period. Among some of the other achievements of the Student Council has been the purchase of a film projector for the use of the entire school. The Council also "adopted" a one-year-old English "War Orphan" and is paying S15 a month for the child's care. Clarions are sent to the alumni servicemen and women both at home and abroad. The Flash, a bulletin in- forming students ofthe activities of the Council, was published at intervals during the year. The high school handbook was revised again for the student body. The Student Coun- cil has also taken an active part in civic affairs, working hand in hand with the town in va- rious paper drives. The Ushers' Guild, which existed several years ago, was revived. The members were girls from all four classes, and the guild was formed to assist at social events during the year. SENEX CUM LAUDE President . . . Donald Carroll Secrefqry , I U Vice President .... Frank Jacko Treasurer , , , Adviser .... Miss Imelda Goyette Mary Lou Duda Dorothy Segla NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY President ..... Frank Jacko Secretary .... Shirley Tremallo Vice President . . . Jack Maslen Treasurer .... Beverly Hunziker Adviser .... Miss Helen Foland 64 , if V f , 5 2 , . 'Y' +-. WN .ii N 69 3 'E 2 'N . 'S E . ,fx llll JUNIOR RED CROSS President . . . . Jessamine Houle Secretary .... Jeanne Nowack Advisers . Miss Helen Foland, Miss Anne Paris WAR BONDS and STAMPS COMMITTEE Advisers . Anne H. Paris, Llynola A. Curtis Salesgirls . . . Mary Jane Raymond, Student Council Chairman . Barbara Sampson Cashiers . Dorothy Segla, Marie Kravutske Purchasing Agent . . . Marilyn Griffen Clerk . . . . Jean Kostelnik tN'E""' Nd? 3P"'M T' Dorothy Kuba, Helen Hodgson, Evelyn Cas- per, Dorothy Hill, Laurel Butler, Norma Anderson, Pat Degnan. 'Y 3, 5 4 WCP President . Vice President MASQU ERS . Sally Graham Secretary . Evelyn Soderberg . Gladys Mitchell Treasurer . . . Mary Lou Duda Adviser .... Miss Audrey Estes i 5 2 sk..3 President . is ,e,, ,x,,,,,,,,.,,,.s ls DRAMATEERS . Jean Brantley Secretary-Treasurer . . Jane Peterson Vice President Ruth Waldhaus Adviser . . . . Mrs. Rita Casey 6' President . Vice President President . Vice President Secretary . A CAPPELLA CHOIR . George Dirgo Secretary . . . . Janet Holmes Treasurer . . . Adviser .... Miss Kareta Briggs BAN D . Charles Morris Librarian . . . . Frank Jacko Executive Committee . Jeanette Sherman Director ..... Earl V. Flagg 68 Carolyn Nettleton Beverly Hunziker Robert Ackiey Robert Sampson, Charles Thibault n-wma 1 GAMMA RI-I0 President . . . Virginia Bailey Secretary . . . . Mildred Larkin Vice President . . Elinore De Battiste Treasurer . . . . Joan Crossley Adviser .... Miss Isabel McCobb .W J' . , ...,.....g I-ll-Y President . . . Eugene Ferrio Secretary . , Tim Rqmik Vice President . . Matty McNally Treasurer John Hqnrqhqn 69 BIOLOGY CLUB President . . . George Dirgo Secretaries . Lois Maddox, Elaine Olsen Vice President . . Robert Switzgcuble Treasurer .... Arthur Hermanson Adviser . . . Miss Katherine Merillat ' AVIATION CLUB President . . . . Tim Ramik Secretary . Sully Bdldwln Vice President . . . Fred Basquin Treasurer . . . . Jack Ryan Adviser ..... Lowell Lippincott 70 FRN sew THE CLARION Co-Editors . Anne Andriso, Eleanor Hesse Associate Editors . . Margaret Rindos, Elinor Cooke, Arnold Moller Sports Editor . . George Birge Exchange Editor . . Arnold Moller Advertising Manager . . Marie Kravutske "The Clarion", Stratford High's semi-month- ly publication, has endeavored to help create a stronger, more unified school spirit among the students by keeping them informed on all problems connected with the school. This year "The Clarion" has assumed a mcuior role in assisting all "Schools-at-War" Circulation Manager . Elinor Cooke Business Manager . . Carolyn Nettleton Art Editor . . .lack Maslen Editorial Adviser Fred Priestley Business Adviser . . Evelyn Jepson Art Adviser . Glen Maresca campaigns, and it has promoted ci greater cooperation between students and school au- thorities. Last year, "The Clarion" was award- ed a second-place rating at the Columbia Scholastic Press Conference. The Clarion has also worked to make certain that alumni in the service were given news of interest in their free copies. LIBRARY CLUB President . . . Gloria DeRosa Secretary . . . Shirley McDaniel Vice President . . Charlene Heinrich Treasurer . . . Rose Marie Paoletti Adviser . . . Mrs. Theodora Nowlan PUB LICITY CLU B President . . . Romayne Kyte Secretary .... Jeanette Turney Vice President . . . Jean Kupec Treasurer . . . . Marie English Adviser .. . . Mrs. Jennie Alderman 72 .21-u 1 I 1 SSEEQF i 5 Q. in f 5 1 fa :DK ,E-. f S is-II" I President . Vice President President . Vice President Secretary . TRAVEL CLUB . Martha Allen Secretary . . . . Dorothy Segla Carol Gallagher Treasurer .... Shirley Tremallo Adviser .... Mrs. Arlene Herb William Gardiner Treasurer . . . Dolores Bolliger, . William Buxton Love Chorney . Joan Zavory Adviser . . . Miss Ruby Wheeler 74 President . . Vice President Secretary . O. F. F. Doris Cebrelli Treasurer . . Rose Cutrufello Marie Kravutske Advisers . . Mrs. Llynola Curtis, Betty White Miss Vinsen E. Gorman mann-new glaucoma-A--Q 1 Q, In PHYS' - 4 in-eww-A.---Q Raw ' ,si 1--A -ai-hu,g,,A,.. W.,-wo. Captain . .na- Mwwwwau Mah, -2 if s..,..,.,,m...-Q- W sou-nw.: HALL GUARDS ChGrleS Morris Adviser . James Penders 75 'Q E frwzgsfvs A- ww bmw s P FILM SERVICE CLUB President . . Kenneth Risberg Secretary-Treasurer . Jerry .lacaruso Vice President . Harold Johnson Adviser . . . George Puglisi President . . . Beverly Hunziker Secretary . . . . Claire Keenan Vice President .... Marilyn Griffen Treasurer ..... Martho Allen Adviser .... Miss Kareta Briggs 76 rl President . . Vice President . . USI-IERS' GUILD . . Betty Japp Secretary . . . . Ida Primavera . Gladys Mitchell Treasurer . . . . Willie Grathwol Adviser .... Miss Evelyn Holmer President . . Vice President . See ART CLUB . .lack Maslen Secretary . Laurel Butler . Harold Johnson Treasurer . . . Elaine Olsen Adviser . . . Mrs. Glen K. Maresca 77 DEBATING CLUB President . . . John Kane Secretary . . . Claire Keenan Vice President . . Jessamine Houle Treasurer . . . Willie Grathwol Adviser .... Miss Anne H. Paris President . . . Michael Hudak Secretary . Rita Macisak Vice President . . lrene Johnson Treasurer . . . Boris Sheleg Adviser .... Mrs. Jennie Alderman 'qw "5.,f"kA SEQ 1 Sk 3-wifi., 55 O f ,S x x X . rf aw: :irq kgs, x K Mlm: 4 x 'Q ,J , 1 Him I , IEQQQJ I 1,1 ,L I X A. H. MASSEY MACHINE WORK AND MOLDED PRODUCTS 'lr 200 Longbrook Avenue STRATFORD CONNECTICUT Telephone Bridgeport 7-3673 X ""b 'IIHHHHI' o z QlI,,,i1Illflmh 80 .9 'A Mechanics and Farmers Savings Bank CORNER MAIN AND BANK STREETS Y' E X L Q 4 '.1f. f'I- L-.3-fl - , ' 69 ,ff lm ' T S'- Ji I ' - Q L Ejiifqg. f' J e Q.,-ij'-Qgl3'- 5, C3 Z il f ' ' L' 'f.:"Qi ff Q21 U7 4 if S im 'yn' ' sg .55 2 ' ,,1.,'-,gg-'.,x.t.fg55x . ,Ay 5 v :'.f.I rf .N '. 'lf Iliff! iw.:- . .- -' WW wes t ' ,,as I , - ,, vg l 6 ? Q I , Q Ava Qvff '91 D P 4 Owrfigrlao Savings Accounts Travelers Checks Safe Deposit Boxes Christmas Club School Savings Accounts MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORTGAGES F.H.A. INSURED PLAN-MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN REGULAR SEMI-ANNUAL PLAN AND SERVICEMENS PLAN UNDER TITLE III 81 """"' UNI nummmmnml mmm mmm Congratulations Seniors! STRATFORID MODEL TAILORS Ladies' and Gent's I Tailors and Furriers Tel. 7-0060 PARADISE GREEN BUILDING CONTRACTOR Compliments O of r 15 VVheeler Terrace I'el. 7-2586 STRATFORD, CONN. , 3698 Mann St. PARADISE GREEN Compliments , of Compliments o f A FRIEND H. L. GREEN C0., INC. FRANK A. MUSANTE'S HOME ELECTRIC COBIPANY . WASHING MACHINES - VACUUM CLEANERS 1092 Mam St' REFRIGERATORS AND APPLIANCE REPAIRS BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Phones 5-6441 - 5-9578 1343 Stratford Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 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Boston and Barnum Ave. Cleaning - Pressing - Tailoring STRATFORD 85 Barnum Beauty Salon lllllllllllllllllll llll Compliments 1858 Barnum Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. of Phone 4-6833 HELBIG'S MARKET ALL LINES OF BEAUTY CULTURE Tel. 7--H09 PARADISE GREEN Congratulations to the Graduating Class PAUL GOODELL Stratfordir General Electric Dealer STRATFORD CENTER Co mplimenis of TUPE'S CLEANERS 1874 Barnum Ave. Opposite Franklin School FOR DRUGS AND PRESCRIPTIONS TRY THE ETHICAL "First" Siclzroom and Surgical Supplies Beside OXYGEN SERVICE Prercriptions callea' for and Delifuerea' The Ethical Pharmacy 1260 IVIain Street Opposite Hotel Stratfield BRIDGEPORT Phone 5--1123 FRED 81 STEVE Meats and Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Cor. Main SL South Ave. FRED SHANNON STEVE POORE Tel. 7-0070 FRANK LUCIANO SANITARY PLUMBING, HEATING, TINNING OIL BURNERS AND CONNECTIONS JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN 1086 Barnum Ave. STRATEORD, CONN. THE PEANUT STORE 1056 Main Street BRIDGEPORT Compliments of CONN. STATE AUTO CO. 200 Stratford Ave. STRATEORD, CONN. IIllnululnnllllllllllulllllllllllllu ul F. H. HANNAN SUPPLY CO. LUMBER - MASONS' SUPPLIES SASH, DOORS, TRIM, S1-IINGLES, BUILDERS HARDWARE, PAINTS, GLASS, ere. Phone 3-3139 1316 Barnum Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. lllulllllllllllllll llllllllllllll llllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllullullllll Coastal Radio Service Co. Compzimenn Of Distributor - Radio Products 9 1529 Stratford Avenue S BRIDGEPORT 7, CONN. . A. JANosKo, Mgr. 2386 Main Street Radio Repairing Phone 5-7441 STRATFORD CENTER STRATFORD FURNITURE STUDICS 1717 Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN. Phone 7-0694 GEORGE F. MASSEY Colrlplimellfs ANTHRACITE BITURHNOUS of Fuel and Range Oil-Koppers Coke 415 Union Avenue SEYF ERT BRQS. BR,,,GE,,,,,,T, CONN. Dial 5-1763 87 LUNCH AT , OUR FOUNTAIN ST. JOHN'S DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Compliments of . . . Barnum Food Market MEATS, FRUITS AND GROCERIES 1900 Barnum Ave. Tel. 6-0149 BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Compliments of . . . Home of Educator Shoes 120-I Main Street STRATFORD CENTER BRIDGEPORT CONN Calling and Delivering Phone 7-5381 R O B E R T ' S - Compliments CUT.-WVAY AND TUXEDO RENTALS of LADIES - GENTS TAILORING CLEANING AND PRESSING 2347 Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN. Compliments of LUNDGREN FUEL CO. 1258 Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN. Tel. 7-4421 HARPERS FURS 0 1098 Broad Street BRIDGEPORT, CONN. lllllllllll STUDIO OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY GORLANOFF STUDIO official photographer for the classes of 1938, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, and 1945 1822 MAIN STREET, STRATFORD, CONN. - 1-0147 Compliments Of STRATFORD THEATRE Telephone 7-0064 Z422 Main Street STRATFORD Compliments Of THE LION'S CLUB STRATFORD, CONN. 89 Compliments Of THE HOLMERDEN COMPANY STRATFORD, CONN. Compliments of Phone 7-4021 Towing Kruleskefs Pharmacy The O"9""'l 9 H. A. CHRISTENSEN, Reg. Pharm. S STANLEY OSLOWSKI, Prop. GENERAL REPAIRING 2162-2164 Barnum Ave. BODY AND FENDER WORK Cor- Ofis Street WELDING AND PAINTING STRATFORDT CONN' Guaranteed Workmanship For Prompt Delivery Call 7-9076 1294 Stratford Ave. STRATFORD Compliments of KATHRYN T. sEMPowIcI-I, Prop. DUART The Hollywood Permanent NEW RAY fMachinelessJ VVAVES Stratford Insurance SCALPLUR THERMA - HOODS TREATMENTS AECUCY BURNI-IAM FACIALS PEGGY SAGE Sz REVLON Manicures 1151 Stratford Ave- 2496 E. Main st. Ta. 5-2703 Tel. 7-2092 STRATFORD, CONN. BRIDGEPORT NATIONAL AUTO SUPPLIES Bicycles - Tools - Tires - Batteries -.Lighting Fixtures Bicycle Repairing at Reasonable Prices GEORGE AND GRACE MACDONALD Home Phone 7-1414 1391 Stratford Ave. Bus. Phone 4-3025 BRIDGEPORT, CONN. 90 nuulnIllInullullIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIllIllIllInlmnlIllInlunlIllllullllllllllllllllll SERVICE ONLY ST' 85 Sjzerializing on Ponliar and other Gfll Cars L S KELLY R Ph Ponliru' Salex and Serwire after firtory . . , rg. arm. o 1200 Bffmum AVC- STRATFORD GARAGE Cor. Nlchols Ave. TOP cy fl-HE HILL 7 H Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN I our Nearest Drug Store Phone 7-2277 H. C. LOVELL 8: CO. PLUMBING HEATING SHEET METAL WORK PITTSBURGH PAINTS NU ENAMEL TOOLS Complimem SKINNY 81 TEDS of SERVICE STATION GAS - OIL - TIRES - BATTERIES Prompt Service Phone 7-0396 1625 Stratford Ave. STRATFORD lllllllllllll llllll 91 Compliments of the BRIDGEPORT AUTO TRANSIT Operating Busses in the City of Bridgeport On the Barnum and State St. Line Also To Nichols Ave. in Stratford VALLANCOURT'S DEPT. STORE PARADISE GREEN STRATFORD CENTRAL HARDWARE 1161 Stratford Ave. BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Dealer in DuPont Paints W CD I3 Q O C- UQ D' E S33 -I O.. 2 S9 -1 CD 009006 '-I fb :- T' ... o ox UK B.P.S. Du Ponts Paints Duco PARADISE GREEN , . Henry s Auto Servlce A HENRY vAREs1, Prop. AUTO REPAIRING, ENGINE TUNE UP. IGNITION, BRAKE SERVICE, ROAD SERVICE, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES, GAS, OIL TIRES RECAPPED AND VULCANIZED EXPERT MOBILUBRICA TION Tel. 7-5136 Barnum Ave. and King St. STRATFORD, CONN. MEET AND EAT AT THE AIR FORCES RESTAURANT STRATI-'ORD CENTER F. TRISKO Dfalrr In . DELICATESSEN AND GROCERIES 2225 Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN. BERKSHIRE TOOL AND MACHINE CO. Manufactzzrers of Tools, Dies, Machinery, etc. STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT Phone 7-9241 10 Hancock St. STRATF ORD CANDY KITCHEN eWishes the Graduates of 1045 Success ICE CREAM - LUNCHEONETTE 2389 MAIN STREET Proprietor, PETER KOSTOPOULOS RYAN JEWELERS Keepsake Diamond Engagement Fine Watches - Jewelry and Wedding Rings Gifls - Sl.l'U61"1L'd1'f? ALVVAYS INTAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR GIFTS 2406 Main Street STRATFORD, CONN. Complimenls of William R. M cNeil MASON - BUILDER - CONTRACTOR Tel. 7-0126 3757 Main St. STRATFORD, CONN. 95 Stratford Dept. Store Headquarters for ARROVV SHIRTS - TIES - UNDERWEAR ADAM SHIRTS - ADAM HATS INTERWOVEN HOSE - DOUGLAS SHOES LADIES SPORTSWEAR - SHOES Phone 7-9175 LOve11 Building CENTER BRODIE DRUG CO., INC. B. GROSS and J. GELLIS THE STORE OF PERSONAL SERVICE 0 LET YOUR TELEPHONE MAKE US NEIGHBORS Phone 7--1406 1889 Main Street STRATFORD, CONN Jo S E P H A S CLEANERS -- TAILORS 1490 Stratford Avenue BRIDGEPORT, CONN. Dial 6-0991 SMILING SERVICE CAPITOL FOOD MARKET PROPRIETOR, JOHN MELNICSAK FREE DELIVERY Phone 7-2953 1756 Barnum Avenue DAVIS Sc SAVARD SMART CLOTHES For Young Men KELMAN and SONS Meat and Groceries Tom Burns Bunny Krlman 2381 Main Street STRATFORD CENTER A. B. ANDERSON N. E. ANDERSON Stratford Sheet 1VIeta1 Works Spefializiny in All Types of SHEET METAL WORK WARM AIR HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Phone 7-3127 1260 Barnum Ave. STRATFORD, CONN. Compliment.: of CAT ALAN O'S NEWS STORE Phone 7-9168 STRATFORD CENTER DOBBY'S MEN'S SHOP fllenfv Wear of Distinction STRATFORD TH EATRE BUILDING The Dafvis 6? Hawley CO. More Than A Jewelry Store Make It Your Store For Gifts QUALITY - INDIVIDUALITY - INTEGRITY 1826 - 1915 Main Ar john BRIDGEPORT C""'f'1j"'F"t-' "E'veryth1'ng Photographic" HAMILTON'S PHARMACY SENIOIYS CAMERA SHOP 3540 Blain Street STRA1-FORD 203 Fairfield Avenue BRIDGEPORT FINE QUALITY DIAMONDS - WATCHES - SILVERWARE - JEWELRY Sinn' 1883 REID 8: TODD INCORPORATED l054 MAIN STREET- OPPOSITE HOWLANDS V . 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