Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

 - Class of 1956

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Q. :E ""k 'z1awgg'e:fi '41 -W Q i 4 ad Stratford High School At my back I always hear Time's winged chariot hurrying nearp And yonder all before us lie Deserts of vast eternity." -Andrew Marvel foreword administration faculty seniors underclassmen activities sports advertising TIME-what is it? Four years ago, when we entered Stratford High School with plenty of time on our hands, graduation seemed to lie on the other side of eternity. However, we soon discovered that our available time was not sufficient to accomplish all we had hoped. Now, as we leave, those four years have proved to be much less than an eternity. We realize that they were just a small portion of our lifetime- a portion that was spent in working problems, memorizing dates, making friends, and joining clubs. Will the years ahead flee as quickly? Now, we pause and reflect on past events before delving into the whirl of life. Some of those events which were a part of our memorable four years spent at Stratford High School are recalled in the following pages. l ,-'tif !.x 4. Q "You, Members of the Class of 1956, have given a fine illustration of loyalty to your school and to the ideals for which it stands. Your faithful devotion during the past four years to preparing yourselves tor a lite of constructive living has inspired our con- fidence and respect. lt is my pleasure to extend to the Class of 1956 hearty congratulations and best wishes." -EDWIN A. COX ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT CARSON 1 5 "Perhaps it is appropriate to wish each member of the Class of '56 good luck. But, the substance at good luck is of your own doing. You will make it for yourselves and wish it for yourselves. Good luck comes to those who prepare, work, plan, and dream. Thoughtfulness, pleasantness, and service to others, as well as being capable and ready to do the work at hcndfthis is what good luck is made ot." -J. OLIVER CARSON 1 !F!!4Y' SUPERINTENDENT COX RUTH E. CUNNINGHAM, GUIDANCE DIRECTOR ea , . N -N t Neatly stacked shelves full of college and vocational pamphlets, a group of troubled students seek- ing adviceg and a neverfidle guid- ance director, always rushed for time, are the impressions we re- tain ot the Stratford High School Guidance'Department. Miss Cun' ningham, Director of Guidance, ad' ministers those beat-the-clock opti- tude, l.Q., and achievement tests, counsels individuals on their future, whether scholastic or occupational, and is a ready friend to all who seek her help. " . the hour draws near." "It is hard for me and for the faculty to realize that graduation from Stratford High School for the Class of T956 is iust around the corner. Soon you will have a well-deserved di- ploma in your hand, that diploma which four years ago seemed so far away. Some of your classmates with you in the fall of T954 have left school to go to work just because they couldn't wait for the hands of the clock to reach l956. l am sure none of you who have remained with your classmates will regret a single minute spent at S.H.S. The time spent here will pay good dividends, and your life, as a consequence, will be a much fuller and richer one. It is my sincere regret not to have known all of you personally. This year I had intended to visit for ci few moments with each senior before graduation, but each year the princi- pal's program has grown fuller, until now, planning for the future with half sessions and a building program to get the school off half sessions occupies every spare moment. Never- theless, my thoughts have been constantly con- cerned with how we as a faculty can best meet your individual needs. I hope we have not failed to give you experiences which will prepare you for a life after graduation. Time marches on! May you all have happy and successful sailing in the sea of life after June T2, 'l956." ELDEN H. DUSTIN, VICE-PRINCIPAL DONALD W. FOWLER Principal "Your graduation from high school means that you have set a worthwhile goal for your- selves and successfully achieved it. My wish for you is that you repeat this pattern through life with worthy new goals and new achieve- ments. If in this way you are able to build on the education you have already acquired, then truly your years in Stratford High School may be considered most valuable." ELDEN H. DUSTIN Seated: John Ruzislcey, Ruby Wheeler, Lowell Lippincott. Standing: Richard Blake, George Vitelli, Victor Crump, John Delich. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Add, subtract, multiply, divide- Compasses, protractors, and rules that slide. Five minutes to go on example tour. "Shawt quiz-forty minutes-no more!" Euclid may have found math divine- But he never thought of errors like mine! What'd he say? As we look back on our math courses and try to sum up all thot we have learned, we realize that it is one assignment that we shall never finish. SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Although space ships and inter-planetary travel are fascinating, one could not indulge in these vagaries without the basic prine ciples of science. In the past four years, many of us have been intrigued, and sometimes utterly confused, by the slow-moving amoeba, the intricate parts of the brain, the inverse relationships of temperature and pressure, the arrangement of electrons in an atom, and the complicated wiring of an oscillograph. As we go out into a world that is approaching a state of automation, the foundation laid by our capable science department will enable us to cope with this supersonic age. What could these boys possiby find so interesting-work? L. to R.: Richard Finn, Estelle Lippincott, Kenneth Hatllaw Mary Pitt, Everett Wordell. v n 1 97' SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT for tlme shall teach thee all thmgs lst Row Davrd Tuller Robert Eisenberg Joseph Clark 2nd Row .lennle Alderman Eloise Carter Mary Rrley We hold these truths to be sell evldent that Problems and Clvlcs are created to help us understand and malntann government that World Pans Pearl .lune ,iff Hustory us created to afford us with a necessary hustorlcal background that U S History which plagued us with memorlzatlon of of U S presudents states and Constututuonal amendments s help us apprecnate our hard earned llbertles that C EP help us develop an appreclatuon of our cutlzenshlp that alter of learning hlstorlc names places and dates we are now create our own hnstorlc names places and dates the names X created to created to four years ready to lst Row .lohn Olah Leonard Manchester Standmg llynola Curhs Avis Alcott Mary MacDonnell Edythe Paul Imelda Goyette Anita Raymond sw Anne df! Where IS that bell? No comics rn those papers' BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT ' A space BBB space 2 shift 3 shlftilf Click claclz cnc' The continuous shorthand dnctatlon the humming of many and varued omce machlnes the wheels going around In economics and low the personalities developed IN clerlcal practuce the arlthmetlc taught In general busmess all thus IS part of the Business Education Department at S H S Excellent public relatnons establlshed by Mrs Curtas head ol the department and a weelr ol actual office observatlon for all the busmess senlors are Instrumental an the hugh rate ol lab placements for Stratford Hugh students 7 ll ' ' ll . . . Z U r r ' 1 , 1 , - : ', . 1 f I I . . . . . o U . . , , ,I - 5 ...ns ., I . . . A 1 , , I . , - I , . ,- r , , , , " f ' .154 k "lf - f , . .ls . A' - xv, l 3 A 2 KA , , N N 1' 4 - , -H - H - - AA., ., 1, ,. , ,IL f .. ,, ,, . . . . . . , - , lst Raw Robert Speer James Connors Robert Conrad Noel Smith Patrick Gregor Thomas Puglrse 2nd Row Pauline Dennett Mildred Schilling Ruth McCracken Evelyn Wordell Gretchen Ray Patricia Golclschlag rf- .lean Wrchelns Honor McCarn Marlorre Boyle C. Que srgnrlica esta palabra"' ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Term papers, Shakespeare, grammar, and vocabulary are reminders of our four year acquaintance with the English Department Who can forget spending long after noons at the library all alone wlth a pale af reference books or of mlssmg a basketball game because of a bug lt test? How ignorant we felt when a tiveweek vocabulary test came along' But remember how elated we felt when we finally wrote a successful composition and all the fun we had acting out Macbeth? Yes English had its brighter moments along wnth its trials and looking back on It we realize that at has added to our appreciation of literature at the same time teaching us clarity of expression So that s what happened' LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ll the French spoke Englush and the Spanlsh spoke English and the Romans had spoken English our linguistic troubles would be less com plncated The fact is however that the native language of the French Spanish and Romans is here to stay u wait a munute is rt really so catastrophic? Consider the value of being able to converse with a Spanish senorita of being able to order an edible meal from a French menu or of being able to say confidently at an appropriate moment Dum vlvimus vivamus' l lve nt up' D For these and for many more seruous reasons and for the toy of accomplishment Itself studying irregular verbs learmng declen sions taking dlctees and belng taught all the other technlcalltres attendant upon learmng another language are certainly worth the while -. I' 5 f ,I MUSIC DEPARTMENT Without the band and without the choirs our life at Stratford High School would be incomplete, far what is more pleasant than listening to the lilting melodies emanating from the Music Room, or watching the peppy band formations at the football games? Remem- ber the various concerts and the excellent music at Christmas assembly with the A Cappella choir and the band stirring our hearts? The Music Department has afforded many with opportunities of being a part of these musical organizationsg others have shared the pep and joy which have been added to our school life. Mr John Meerbach ART DEPARTMENT They always call him Mr Touchdown Many a dreary day has been brightened by the masterpieces of our budding ortusts The beautiful Christmas displays the many informative posters and the backdrops for our school plays kept us constantly aware that there was much talent being revealed and developed in our Art Department Another Grandma Moses7 Miss Anna Hogan -10. ""l: gn' Who cleaned THAT pan? INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT Heard melodies are sweet those unheard are sweeter At least thats the way many classes overlooking the Industrial Arts Department feel about the cacaphonous refrain that echo like an anvil chorus from its Interior Yet here our future lndustrialists are being forged here our future draftsmen architectural designers and printers are being formed With Stratford Highs practical training in Industrial arts our IA boys are ready to apply their knowledge In future work HOMEMAKING DEPARTMENT If at first you dont succeed try try again' So It goes In homemalung class How many times have we been late to our next class because we didnt get our batter mtxed right the first time? How often have we eaten burned charcoal instead of dellcious cake? Yet we profited by our mistakes and before the semester was over we no longer had to pour our mixtures down the dram or wish we had a pet dog to devour them We could also sung the saga of the pin pricked finger the crooked seam and the too long torso blouse Yes we have worn to class some of our own creations as our slull in sewing improved and showed us that experience IS a good teacher ,Ax 'S Katherine Parlr, Isabel McCobb Myra Buell. Seated: Earl Flogg Charles Quinlan .lohn Radder. Standing: William Milish Herbert Yankee John McGarry Conrad Mayer John Bottaro. Where's that noise? ..,,- 4' Mr James Fenders Muss Helen Foland PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Just sneakers today' All rught men' Showers' One two three bend' Get those gym suuts CLEAN We remember these gym requure ments and also the 50yard dashes untramural football basketball and baseball games exhularatung calusthenucs and the hot showers The good sportsmanshup teamwork and faur play we learned un gym wull stay wuth always 'N MRS MAY YOUNGS Our concept of the onetume truant omcer us destroyed when we meet Mrs Youngs attendance otllcer for both lunuor and senuor hugh schools Femunune gracuousness and sympathetuc understand ung have replaced the ogre luke qualutues once as socuoted wuth thus 'ob Usung the telephone and her car as most umportant equupment for her uob Mrs Youngs must be on amateur psychologust and de tectuve also MISS GLADYS STORK From September to June Muss Stork wuth the aud of her Lubrary Club members durects the students of Stratford Hugh School to the works of the great people of hustory Iuterature scuence musuc and art From June to September she often durects her own steps to the lands where these great flgures actually exusted Mauntaunung un such a Iumuted space as the hugh school lubrary all the necessary reference and tlctuon books that the student body needs us no small task as those who have avauled themselves of the faculutues know Patrucua Wuse, Ruta Basko, Jean Molgord Where do I put these attendance cards? Who do I see about a lost pen? My locker us stuck' Wull you please put thus money un the safe? Where are the envelopes for wornung notes? Wull you mumeograph thus by thurd peruod'7 Do I have to sut on the bench all day? In the mudst of thus apparent state of contusuon our three ottlce musses Jean Molgord presudung and Ruta Basko and Pat Wuse assustung mauntaun a serene and cheerful dugnuty All onetume graduates of Stratford Hugh School these three gurls keep the wheels un our center ot operatuons goung around wuth a wonderful emcuency O , S' N ., , J , , V . . A I , I 1 I I I , - , I - f. .--' ' ' ' 'll klfigl - , H H ,, - If H ' ' - 1 - - 1 , I 534. ll rl ' ll 1 ' I . 1 I , , - . , I . . . , us . ,, ju , - ,......- in ,A ' . .Y--T w - I . I X V 'xx X I - . 'A K A h " ft L. n '. yn. . X YET ,Qs . '43 . , s N - fs Z 'V F" 5 'fr Y . . . . - , . r ,ff fu.. 'F MISS ETHEL PECK 1 1 ---qi D you see spots before your eyes" Are you sublect to constant headache complaints? Do you bondage cuts all day and use up mountains f tissue on chronic colds? If these symptoms frequently recur m your daily routine you are probably Miss Peck In her work os school nurse she is responsible for the general physical health of the school body and must be aware of its mental health She also teaches first and classes and is faculty adviser to the Future Nurses of America L. to R.: Mrs. Neubauer, Mrs. Aldrich, Mrs. Banks Mrs Booth Mrs Krlshansen Mrs Kimball, Mrs. Wise. CAFETERIA Peel thot onion, pour that coffee, bake those beans Dress that salad scoop that soup, ond "take one cookie, please." MRS. WALKER In the three years she has been at Stratford High, Mrs. Walker, our cheerful matron, has proved herself an understanding friend to our girls. CLASS OF '56 ll ll Let us be known by our deeds Class Colors Purple and White Class Flower Violet Time fo relax Time fo scrufinize flwe news Time lo rise for the Alma Maier 2 Nl "Our obiect all sublime MR VICTOR CRUMP The vnm vugor and vltaluty of our class advnser Mr Crump have earned hum a permanent place of honor In the Class of 56 This lndefatlgable dynamo of energy always led the way to greater heights and we gladly followed has lead Mr Crump wanted us to be the best class ever thus meant domg more thnngs better Wnth ambutlous goals and Mr Crump as our exuberant adviser we started actnng as a class The accomplushments are mere historic facts that wlll soon be forgotten the team work and spnrnt that Mr Crump planted un us as we learned to work together are llvlng elements that wlll band our class together for many years to come As with diploma an hand we find our place ln thus world we shall always remember Mr Crump s enthusiastic Go' go' go' I4 . 1 1 I - 1 . , . . . 1 . . ,, ,, , . . . . , . I . - I 1 I ' 1 - ' H ll , . . . we have achleved with time MISS IMELDA GOYETTE Guardian of sensor tradmons and manager of senlor functnons Mass Goyette comes unto her own as graduation draws near What would we have done wuthout her to orgamze our pncture appomt ments prepare our duploma lust make our prom arrangements plan our banquet procure our caps and gowns and supervuse so many things that make our sensor year what It ls" Thanks to Miss Goyette our flnal year IS a smoothly run affair The traditional class spoon. L to R Donna Foster Barbara Spry Mfss Goyette James Wulkley Mane lsmalloff OUR CLASS OFFICERS For four years our popular class president has been James Walkley. As vice presldent, Barbara Spry also p t ID four faithful years. Donna Foster as our efficient secretary and Marie Ismailoflf as our busy treasurer complete the list of able offlcers for the Class of '56. I5 CAROL A AGRICOLA ar 44 Plymouth Street A lovely url we all do say in a reserve and quiet way Clarion 3 Dramateers 1 Girls Cho 2 Girl Sport Club nity XI Y' WX X NSMN Sgis Y' y ever x E' g s Sport C Weewm fn ffl NANCYJ AllEN Nance 337 Housatomc Avenue A rare combination I5 she Art Club 4 C E P 4 Econom ics and Law 4 Girls Sport u 1 2 s MARY ANNE ANDERSON MaryAnne 56 Orchard Street Quiet are her thoughts but happy her nature 1 2 3 4 Ho Room President 2 Home Room Vice President 3 Senex 4 J S C s LINDA J ARES n 77 Mohawk Street Born to dance ever upward on the ladder of success Dramateers 1 Freshman A Cappella 1 Girls Sport Club 2 3 4 leaders Club 3 Music Club I Operetta 1 Sen lor A Cappella 2 3 4 Variety S owl 2 3 4 PAULINE R ARIDAS Brooklyn 364 Columbus Avenue Shell try anythmg once C brary Club 4 Photography Clu 3 4 ALAN R ARNOLD Arnie 158 Peters Lane Mathematics like the Nile b guns m msnuteness but ends in magnificence Senex 4 ROSE M ARSENAULT Rose 168 Reltter Street A cheerful heart makes nts Clerical Practice Club 3 4 Film Service Club 3 4 Girls ort Club 1 2 3 Cs Junior HIC: 3 BARBARA A AUER Barb 61 Drome Avenue Smiles go a long way toward making life gay Glrs Sport Club 1 Home Room Secretary 1 J S C s 3 Publicity Club 3 Junior Red Cross 2 JOYCE J BAGOLY Joyce 644 Columbus Avenue Happy am I from core Im freel Why arent they all con tented like me? Grs SportCIub1 2 J S C s ' ' - c. E. P. 4, lafion 3, 4, Li- ' ' : ' ' I b , . , 1, 2 , T 1 '- 253, fy II- thx, I x IX I if NJ XY yr W . XJ . wt N - V X A IKE ,N O l ,, I J xxx' ., .,, e s I V Cen- ds. 4.x Il 1 ' .I Q- W x, , -N E. P. 4, . - v ' O , 3: - 2, 4, ex, o ' J P 1 , 2, 3, 4. T1 4 N' W I eagerness, mischief, ability. I OWU Wnihine- , CI b , ,3, 4, 'Hi-C's 4, J. s. Sp , , 1 Hi- ' 4, I l c.' 3. V ' - r.T.A.,,,, me 'I' f 42 4. I I I I I - I' "I 1' ,. Hu ,, I I,-.,: ' ,4: il' I:..A' A 1 Q' 3gO.F.F.4. RICHARD G. BALDOVIN BARRY B BAMPTON Barry 1319 Broadbrldge Avenue Maddy., 528 Highland Avenue Quiet people are welcome everywhere. BALDWIN Sou ven e frnendl 4 log Ar 4 Student WM W Boys wnll be boys AA4 M ER JR ou ntn o r Band C s Stage vb 1 1 "'JlJjx C 4 5-,xJ tcdffj RAYMOND BEDAT Ray 245 Hamnlton Avenue If snlence were golden would be a mullnonanre Boys Sport Club I RUSSELL M BELINSKI Russ 303 Bruce Avenue As mce a lad as we all know and one wlthout a smgle foe AA 2 Baseball I Basketball 2 Boys Sport Club 'l Chefs Club I Hall Guards 4 Student Councll 'I KLAUS H BERKNER Klaus 373 Burbank Avenue Readmg maketh a full man conference a ready man and wrltmg an exact man C E P 4 Debatnng Club 3 Presldent 4 log Staff C Edu or 4 N H S 3 4 Senex I ' l ,' 'f ' I I ' BARBARA R. BARROWS i"Barb" I 235 Oakland Street Her graqlouls manner is exceed- ed only by her good looks. A.A. I, 2, Assistant Secretary 3, 45 Debating Club,3f 4g F. T. A. 2, 3, 'President 45 Log Staff Co-Editor I' N. H. S. 3 Treasurer 4- Senior A Cap- pella 4 Ushers G ild 3 4 Vanety Show 3 TIMOTHY T BAURO Ifn I5 Knowlton Street What should a man do but be merry Bowlmg 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Track 3 X1-f"Jo:2Y1"f'-rdf' ,V RAYMOND J BILLIE Ray 113 Ferndale Avenue Soft spoken but rlses to e occasuon nf need be Fslm Servnce Club 2 3 4 Hu Y I Photography Club 2 3 4 BARBARA C BOBKO Barb 432 Bruce Avenue A frnendly gurl whos nnce 0 know and when she smlles her dnmples show Economics and Law 4 Gnrls C our 3 Grls Sport Club 'l 2 Home Room Presldent 'I J F 4 Serv rps 2 3 MICHAEL S BOLACK Make I Alfred Court Happy go lucky easy go free nothnng on earth bothers me I . f MW, ICI GEQJGYTSIIIELJWIXI 1 lk l23 Vo N , lake I don't believe in llov at first flight, bib bbliezplln ,gating seqondfsl okgi ,I X ' Film Jierqify' IClul:9,I5'l, , 3, FootbaIlg2f 1' 'J . lt . X' EDWARD BlEBEl BoBo 28 Bowe Avenue l want to llve lufe to nts fullest Baseball 3 4 Cross Country 3 . W 4,4 5I, IE A kou orge 66 Lark: ur Four cl l o ar nsf rred fro am l955 and RITAJ BOUCHER Bouch 60 Biscayne Drnve A llght heart Ives ong Economics and Law nr ort Club l 2 4 Home Room Vuce President JS Musuc Club 3 PETER M BRADFORD Woodsman 993 Henry Avenue true friend as forever friend BARBARA A. BOLLIER "Barb" 'IBB Burritt Avenue A model of fashion, always so neat. C. E. P., Secretary 4, Drama- teers lg F. T. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 'l, 2, 4, Tri-HEAY 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 2, LEONARD BOOTH JR Lenny 29 Clarendon Street Laugh and the world laughs wnth you Freshman A Cappella 'I Op eretta 1 l Q' . . . I x I . Hi-Y 1. I I I I , i 'L p ,, A A .f ,Q , .v . - lf 'A f ai ' 4 ,. , I th 'Lan , s s g 'l I I , , 5 I- Alu I I f 1 f - 1 my ' Q A V . ' I 01 . , yt i I xI I D I . 1 .ff H . ' . ' I' I . I 5 I I I 45 ls' I l"I J i ' 1 SP , , 3, 2 g I g , X' I - I lg ..C,'s S. C.'S 35 O. F. . 5 ice f' 3, I 1 O.F.F. 4, Co , ,4. 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N J g' N QL CYNTHIA C BRADLEY Cyn 36 Newtown Avenue Snap vum and pep she wll always keep IN stepl C fl n Freshman A Cappella 'l GIrls Chour 2 3 Senuor A Cappella udent CouncIl 2 TwIrlers 3 4 VarIety Show 3 LOUISE D BRECHLIN ou 3009 Broadbndge Avenue The smnle of frIendshIp C oIr HI C s 4 JUFIIOT HI C s 3 Oper etta 'I tx WILLIAM P BREILING I 25l Huntmgton Road Never an Idle moment nd l 2 Basketball 2 l 2 Photography Clubl 2 3 ROBERT N BROCKWAY lll Ro 66 Newtown Avenue A lIttle study a lIttle fun e IS a frIend to everyone Band 2 Bays Sport Club l 3 4 Hall Guards 4 HI Y Secretary 1 2 Vnce Pf8SIdEI'tf 4 Home Room VIce PresIdent 4 SenIor A Cappella 'l a 3 4 Vane S ow l 4 ARLENE A BROOKS Frenchy 7 Thompson Street I love to medstate on anythmg but books' mor HICS 3 C ooyomy If saown 4 IRQ yP A svabj 06ttractI9qe7Eg1d of ac ff V Girls Choltfcl 2 Gtrls Sport Clubvl, 3 4 Qpwefta l Travel Clu 3 Oy LISBETH A BROWN Tlbby lOl Bush Court A gIrl of few words untll you get to know her GIr s Sport Club 2 Lrbrary Club 2 3 QuIll Staff 3 Travel Club 4 JunIor Red Cross 2 MADAl.YN M BROWN Mldgle 38 Underwood Court Wherever you Gnd fun youll flnd her 4 I Chorr 3 Gnrls Sport Club 'I 2 3 4 MusIc Club Treasurer 3 Travel Club 4 RICHARD C BRUNS Drck 88 London Terrace A modest man who says but Itte Band 3 4 Frlm ServIce Club HI Y l Photogra Club 4 HENRYT BUCKl.EY .IR lfn 53 Charlton Street A QUIET SPIYIT sIgnIGes deep thought Ban 3 4 HIY1 SWImmIng Team 3 4 .,'L: l , -1-'nl"L" I . . fl .f, J. ,,v' 4 ,V . 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RALPH BURDGE Pots 1800 Main Street A good companion and an easy friend Economics and Law 4 Hi Y 1 VALERIE H BURDGE Va 569 Nichols Avenue In quietness lies hidden friend ship Home Room Secretary 4 O F IRENE R BURLISON 3881 Main Street A smile is worth a thousand words ivucs Club 1 Grls Choir 3 Girls Sport Club 4 ROBERT C BURT Bo 1741 Main Street He does well who does is best nd23 'Wi :V 1 . ff . ' 4' x JOSEPH E."BUTKOySKYi' , H10-Jon ', ' K Barnux To ace Extension A life ,vftllou swift is not worth livdtg. NJ Boysj Sport Cuib 1, 2, 3, '47 Class Treqsuier 2, Football 1, 2, 3,,'Qf Student Council 4g T ack 2, 3, 4. ' BETTYJ BYNUM Bugsle 35 Cornwell Street Be merry while you may Clerical Practice Club 3 s 4 Junior HnCs 1 ' xg: ' ANTHONY CAPUANO Tony 1267 Cut Spring Road Never quiet always gay he likes to loke in his own way Baseball 3 4 Basketball 4 Boys Sport Club 2 3 4 Chefs Cu 3 Football 2 3 4 CYNTHIA A CARSTEN Cindy 491 Huntington Road Snappy and real hep she leads cheers with lots of pep 2 3 Co Captain 4 Girls Sport u 1 President 2 Variety Show 4 HAROLD CARTER 473 Woodlawn Avenue He only is a well made man who has a good determina tion Amateur Radio Club 3 4 Band 3 4 Film Service Club 1 4 Stage Crew 3 H S r 1 4 511' - 1 . -, ' ' , 4: 2, 3' 4' Hi-C' g ' '- ' 3. if In , F. 4. ' ' ' I b , i, ', '. NIH , - V A.A. Treasurer 4, Cheerlecder C' ' 1 i ' ' 1, f , - ' 1 ' ' 5 ' ' 1, 25 Hi- , CI b , 2, 3, 45 Tri-Hi-Y 3, 45 C's 5 Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. ' g ' . V 3 A ' NCQ!! U bn n i h' 4 ' . Ba , , 4. , 5 ' ' l I, 2, 3, FLORENCE E CERVONE BeBe 516 Sedgewlck Avenue Small and full of mrschlef Fllm Service Club 2 Secretary umor HlCs 3 H Cs ELIZABETH A CHISHOLM Betty 164 Allyndale Drlve Good nature means populanty popularnty means success Cheerleaders 3 4 Cnvlcs Club A 3 4 Glrls S ort Cu 1 2 3 4 Home Room Secretary 3 Home Room Treas urer 1 RUTH M CHUBA Ruthie 373 Thompson Street Her words are few but wisely spoken thelr meanmgs true and carefully chosen C 2 3 4 Gurls Sport u 2 3 Travel Club 3 4 J 11 ll-lDtMJ yi fu or spe Y ' 'fl y ',f6 e 4 lUCY M CENTOPANI Lutch 106 Canaan Court Llve all you can It IS a mistake not to HlCs 4 Junior HlCs 1 Rx L MARY F CLEARY S 301 Woodstock Avenue Brlght and pleasing full f un Clerncal Practnce Club 4 Glrls Choir 1 Glrls S ort Club 2 Home Room Secretary 2 Home Room Vlce President 3 Lubrary Club 3 Varlety Show BARBARA C CLOUATRE Shrimp 119 Sultan Street A laugh us worth a mnlluon dol lars and doesnt cost a cent Clerical Practice Club 3 Gurls 0rtClub1234HCs Jumor Hu Cs 3 Pubhclty Club 3 Travel Club 4 Trl H: Y 2 4 ANN MARIE CIUCCOLI Annre 414 Garibaldi Avenue lt IS a frlendly heart that has plenty of frnends Fulm Service Club 3 4 HuCs Transferred from S c r a n t o n Pennsylvania nd 1 2 REGINA CIUCCOU Jeanme 414 Garnbaldn Avenue A llttle work and a llttle play keeps her happy all the day Fnlm Service Club 4 H Cs 4 Transferred from S c r a n t o n Pennsylvanl Ban 12 if as Vcglfl Alf ,bl VI' lf' va J f ' ,A 1 , V, . 17 JA El ' 9 ," u - H Q I A cn uf? 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'. ,. , 1 , - if I RO E A Plz IO Hurd Avenue : 'bww 4 Boys U LYNNE lt comm 'Lynne 1 390 Chlckadoe Lane N Anythlng worth dorng IS worth' domglwell C, E P-3, Dany chewy Home Rooyn 'VIQ Presldent 2 O r me 2 'A' Cappella 2 3 4 Tr HI Y Secretary 2 Ushers Gulld 2 3 4 vafhfy show 2, N 5 EDWARD N COUTANT Ned 37 Sunnyslde Terrace In qunetness and confidence your strength shall b Cross Country l Freshman A Cappella 'I Homeroom Presl dent 2 Radao Club 4 Senuor A Cappella 2 3 4 Student Councul 3, Senex 4 D ,fl J' 134 COLE Bo 5 Summe Street The quvet accomplush much Baseball 2 3 4 Boys S ort u 2 3 F JANE COLLINS JanIe 29 TerrIll Road Very actrve full of fun cant won tnll the work IS done E P 4 Class Secretary DaIsy Cham 3 DebatIng Club 4 GIrls Spor Cub 3 4 Senuor Ca pella 2 3 4 TrI HI Y l 3 Presldent 4 Ushers Gulld JEANETTE F CRAY Jeanme 30 Butler Court A penny for your thoughts Clerlcal Practlce Club 3 4 F A H C s 4 HI C s 3 LORRAINE M CRETELLA or 29l Blrdseye Street Sometlmes serIous sometImes gay always nIce eIther way Glrls Cholr 2 Home Room Treasurer 3 4 J S C s 3 og Staff Typlst 4 Senex ELAINE C CROMIE Curly 355 Huntmgton Road As merry as the day IS long 3 4 GIrls C our Muslc C ub 3 Semor Cappella 4 If I yi N I w ,W L N M lcowhg ,V lhfame 30 e jp A e u Bus: ss ani plleasure Pmtfzs r for measule ZLP 4 Ec m s a aw Irls CMI 3 s po luzlib 3 ips c 5 3 Tra sferred fqfts BassIc 4 ,btw we WW WJ? HN COWAN John 630 Freeman Avenue Deserve success and you shall command t C E P 4 Transferred rom BassIck l954 I ,, Tl ' 'Y Y, I ' K In C l ' I VU Q! Q HL I . L K W t ,V I J, , , . y' V U ' I f J, , ,g 'UI V Vg ti ,I ull. V' , l s,ls g ' I . jf ry Z - fl f . ,, H My V , bu , 6 r Q K . - I r . . 2 ,lf tg A 9' , , I ' P C-A - 2 I i , l- V CII, , ,4, +,4- "N 'f ,fsgvfisrvl ' 7 . ' . . 44. ' 95 . . Q2 ' I . K! . ' 1 ' , I 'L y - Y ,X all , , 2 y lf . r VY' ' , - ' A ul I PM 'cv ,, . ,, ' ' Lf 1 ,L V . j If V by . A , Jo C. . . 5 lg 2, 3, , ' ' ' I I 1, 2, , I. ' , 3, 4, N. H. s. , , ' A .,-. f ' P , , J '- '- , 2, ' , , A 2, 3, 4. ' A 7 i :lf rf, ' F 5 X . , . i ,,,,. 5, ,,, B L0 E - ' A , A I t lle h t m e ' d t cu e e. ' ' , : A A.A. 1, ' -I 1,1 2, 3, 4: i- ' 1 Jun- Cl b I 4. K. K Ior - , 4. s 0 If ' x Q ' 1 ' 'f ' A'-' X' ' -' , - 5 , , s ' .' " L I 2 . '. , 'Q , l A ! V, X ., 2' l L" 'x . X.. I - - I 1 HL If . , , kt 7 . g 1 , , . H i . . I . " E . 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I, 2, , , ' ' Il ' A ft I ' 2, ' I , ' A L L IRVING l CULLEN rv 520 Harvard Avenue You II attam your ambltlon and hold a hugh posltnon Baseballl 2 3 4 Boys Sport Cu 'I 2 3 4 Freshman A Cappella 1 Homeroom Pres: dent 2 Homeroom Vnce Pres: dent 1 3 Semor A Cappella HARVEY J CYBUL Harv 674 Stratford Avenue He will brighten up the day Baseball I 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Boys Sport Clubl 2 3 4 Freshman A Cappella 1 Home Room Vnce Presldent 2 3 Sen nor A Cappella 2 3 4 Varnety Show 3 4 SHIRLEY A CZAJKOWSKI Shu l0'l Adams Street A merry heart maketh a cheer ful countenance C E P 4 Gsrls Sport Club'I 2 3 Home Room Secretary 4 raphy Club 'l Publlclty Club JOHN l DALIY Larry 590 Nichols Avenue Hrs good nature makes hum many frnends Boys Sport Club 2 3 4 Foot b M nager 1 2 3 4 fffw' JOHN W DALBY Rebel 343 Stonybrook Road ue as short so make t merry one Fulrn Servnce Club 2 LOIS E DALY 113 Horace Street Exuberance IS the splce of lafe A Clubl 2 F N A 3 s Sport Club I 2 3 4 Leaders Club 3 Secretary 4 Quill Staff JUDITH A DANIELSON udu 110 Newtown Avenue She as equally charmmg ln manner and looks Art Club 2 3 C E P 4 Fresh man A Cappella I F N A 2 3 Glrls Sport Club 1 Latin Club 3 Trl HI Y I 3 Varnety Show 'I 2 3 LORNA J DAVIS Lorna 646 Freeman Avenue An mdnvndual personallty warmhearted and generous Band I 2 Clanon 3 Economics and Law 4 Junior Secretanal Club 3 Latun Club Se etory M' prtso cn lub2 urer 2 Sta 8 po , Swnm n BARBARA I. DEDRICK Gag 15 Charlton Street Attractuve wntty full of fun shes the fnend of everyone Bandl 2 3 Cnvucs Club Pres nt I Clarion 3 4 'I Treasurer 2 Secretary 3 Home Room Prescdent 1 3 4 Sensor A Cappella 4 Student Councll 2 Treasurer 4 23 ,,, ,, , ,,Lo,. f 1 , 7 ' rt , 5 . . . :Girl' lb , , , : , , , 5 ' 1 ' ' '- 3. I I v 2, 3, 4f ' u In HJ In . . f 1, , 1 ' ' ' ' ',2Q , ' ' I , ' 3: ' : '- '- , 2, V A I ,f t ll 'Ill A Jf sf cf, a, o. r. F. 4, rhofogi Y Q 2: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 2, 3. ' A I gt . T A I A . J 9 - ' . ' -I . Ri Q d ' A - in H n D o o - - ,Q ld. I n - ' A.A rl' -- , . I 4, .. 3, ,- . , 4, , Hi- 3, - - I-- .4 ' ' 7 ' . 2' I A all a . .' -2 I I , , , , 4: I 4, , , N 5 A H! I A n - u I 2' ide lm' ,gF.lT.A. rf ' , e Q , , , ANTHONYJ DeFEO Tony 34 Orber Street A but of fun a but of quret Basketball 1 Golf 1 3 DAVID D DELL Dugger 121 Evergreen Drsve Never quuet always gay h likes to 'oke and have hrs say P 4 Clvlcs Clu 1 tography Club 1 er. w V 8 w tree MV pprng ver th ds desty B 1 s h 101 Girls or 4 Pre H e oo eosur u o en Student oun fl 3 A f,1 DONALD R DIBBLE I 20 los Angeles Avenue The world IS as you take It EDWARD J DILLON 130 West Avenue Where theres a wrll theres a way Home Room Treasurer 1 BARBARA M DINEEN Barb 148 Anson Street A smile for everyone a frown or none Clarion 3 4 Freshman A Cap o 1 N Gnrls Chour 2 Grrls S ort u 2 3 AlFRED D DOBRAS Don 203 Nichols Avenue Hrs talents are the silent land o s Sport Club 1 Sta e Crew 3 4 larry 335 Bruce Avenue A quxet person except when otherwlse Band 3 4 DOLORES A DUBEE Dee Parkway Drlve A modern gurl wlth dark brown eyes and personality twice her snze AA Secretary 4 Clarlon 3 Feature Edutor 4 Class Treas urer 1 Class Secretary 2 Daisy Cham 3 N H S 3 4 Officers Clu 1 2 Ushers Guuld 2 3 4 FRANCES M DUCH Duchne 133 Porter Street Her ways are ways of pleas antness pell g A. 1, 25 F. . A. 3, ' ' ' 1 ' ' p 5 Q CI b , ,4. X N A . X S 1' ' . . e ' C.E..p" bgPho- By' 1 9 ,J 4 . M me . NI N r f?fiV,'iE: aj . HM gi U ' ,Ll , we ' ' A, , ,1 LAWRENCE J. DoNorRlo I N 1 . ,Q gy .wil ,, ,, A of . K 'S ,I , "l'cprtfE,f A ' , 'I ' ' t 1, 03, 5 f ' - A . 1-' ' 4, R , . ' fp , J i i-c' .- . d ' ' I T '. , Hi- , ,QL , f' , 1 ,ff . 'S 2 f ffl , J VX, 'I 1 I K HD-bn l .' b,':- N "5Vfgg'if . f,.,vip,' . .. ,,Ed,, . J. s. C. 3, o. F. F. 4. FRANCES B ENGELHARD Frame 166 Booth Street Lute IS not so short but that there IS always hme for court es Hn C s 4 Home Room Treasurer ANTOINETTE R ETTORE Tom 1382 South Avenue I want to llve lufe to nts fullest Clvlcs Club 1 Economics and Law 4 Glrls Sport Club 1 2 34JSCs3MusncClub3 O F F 4 Student Councnl 2 dw MRT EVANS Burt 317 Huntington Road For a man nothmg rs so well lznown as his manner Boys' Sport Club 1, 3, Clvlcs Club 1, Home Room Presndent 3 MAUREEN J DUNPHY Maur 183 Barnum Terrace A valuable link In any fruend shlp chann AA 4 Clvlcs Club Secretary 1 Gurls Cholr 1 Girls S ort u 3 J S tudent Councul 3 Van y Show 2 4 JC WWW! JAN ll llliiligilowf' 196 Marghenta Lawn Stately and tall he moves through the hall Boys Sport Club 2 3 4 Foot b 34HlY234Track4 Swlmmung 4 AA 3 4 X I 1 z .1 ws I' 'Jn NORENE B FARRELL Nor 21 Mercer Street As mce a gurl as can be found anywhere 2 3 Glrls S Club 1 2 3 4 Publicity Club 4 Travel Club 3 4 CHARLES P FASOLD 1 Chuck 775 Chuckadee Lane When put to the test hell do hrs best Football 1 2 3 Photography Club 4 W WWW urntt j! rttle but s wrse rker o snze 4 Home m Vu e N2, 4 GLORIA L EVANS G or 369 Sedgewlcl: Avenue Happaness ns a perfume that you cannot pour on others wnthout gettnng a few drops on yourself C E P President 4 Debating Club 3 4 Freshman A Cap a 1 3 4 G Sport Club 1 2 3 Mus: Club 3 4 Semor A Cappella Variety Show 3 4 N H S 4 IRENE A EVANS 5 Bennett Court Unattected gentle and gay she enloys hfe an a gentle way 1 2 3 4 Clerical tuce Club 1 4 Girls Sport Club 4 HrCs 4 Junior HlCs ll I ll ',- .. 7...:, I 7,. I P I i -I CI b , . .ca 3, o. F. F. 4, Pe" 1 F- T- A- I 5 "'f S ' : 'Y , ' ' 7 ' . K 6 . .: 3, 4: 0 , ,.... K1 lw gm! - 1 3 Yf 7 Af C N I,,, no . I ' .Nw ,, I I I - , l ' ' A.A.. , , , g ' Prac- Oll ,iz , 1 : : .A I .- , Hi: - .I I 3- ' L I l l X 5 3 ., x 15 ' ' - F. N. A. 11, , , ' ' port Y- A . , , : ' ' 4.- ' I I l -A - fl , , : 'X U fed 1 1 .ffm 5 ., N A 1 J J ,vp , " , ' o .F u , , - I n u I f, 'L . 7 y L ln DMM . 'I ,J ' . . - q ui, if SANDRA J FEHER Sandy 326 Rertter Street Quiet she IS In truth not valn If friends be credit she has much gam rs Sport Club I 2 Publlclty Club 3 Travel Club 3 4 Trl 3 CARMELA M FELLOWS "Bunny" 80 Boswell Street Modesty as the cntadel of beauty and of truth Clerrcal Practlce Club 3, Glrls' Sport Club 4, Junlor Hn C's 3, Trl HI Y 3 RICHARD D FILO Hike., 37 Canaan Court let not business interfere with pleasure Photography Club 'I SUSANNA R FEDOR ue 'I'I5 Jackson Avenue Her clothes and manner are admnred by all O VIRGINIA A FEDUIK Gmnle 97 Marsh Way Fashioned so slenderly young and so 'Farr I 4 Choir l Glrls Sport Club 3 Home Room Treasurer 2 Oper etta 1 8.46 DIANE J FORSBERG 74 Burbank Avenue be cheerful IS the best way to llve C E P 4 Freshman A ap a'I JS Cs3 Opere 'I Senlor A Cappella 2 3 4 Kawai GW NDOI. B U G 5 Corn II tl has s undertaken s e M Sport Cl E rt em I 4 9 JANICE FORG T an 53 Larkin Court What gift IS more desirable than a happy heart? Sensor A Cappella 4 Trans ferred from Central Hugh School 'I955 Clvlcs Club my 'BL DEAN H FO ff' 1930 Broadbrudge Aven e Let tomorrow take care of It self Bays' Sport Club 2, 3, Cross Country 2, Golf 'I, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 4 DONNA L FOSTER "Donna" 1930 Braadbrldge Avenue She who IS on the shrp of am brtran will land on the shore of success C E P 4, Clanon 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, 4, Daisy Cham 3, Gnrls' Sport Club 'l, 2, 4, Vnce Presndent 3, Officers' Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, Trl Hn Y 3, Vrce Presrdent 4 D . Hy, R 'E I ,l'- - . . ,:k", ' ' H f I C A 1 c ' f i , 1 I' ' ' J. I 'W .w H Economics and Law 4, J. S. C's V 1 T. A, ,I 2, 1, rel, I 1 H 3 I d. I I, S . ll ff ' a 13,4- d tCo ll lg , A 'J 2, 3 f. H'-Y , 4, P 5' r 2, I f A E I," A jf' 1 ty o 2, 4 V I s I IIJ ll A.A. , 47 F. N. A. 5 Girls' ' ' ' , .U .... Q V: UDJIU . . I . . ' A 4 .S . , H a To . . f . 5, . Gi I ' , , 3, 4, I " " . . . 1 C . J. S. C's 3: O. F. F. 4, ' ' pell : - - ' I Hd Hi-Y ,' 4. ' ' I I I ' I ALICIA C FOULK ee 63 Fenelon Place Personal appearance as a letter of mtroductuon 4 Glrls Sport Clu 1 2 3 4 Home Ro m Secretary 2 3 F 4 togrophy 1 2 Publtclty Club I Travel Club 2 SHELDON S FRANKEL She 10 Lobdell Druve The world knows nothmg of nts greatest men 2 3 4 Boys S u 2 3 4 4 Pho tography Club 1 2 3 4 SHIRLEY J FRY Kltten 14 Beach Dnve It matters not how long w lnve but how THERESA A GAGLIARDI Terry 115 Burrltt Avenue Keep your face ln the sunshme and you cannot see the sho dows I 3 4 Cholr 3 Glrls Sp rt Club 1 s 4 C Lubrary Club 1 Muslc Club 3 Service Corps 3 RUCE GALIK Bruce 106 Lynncrest Dnve I want to luve lnfe to nts fullest Boys Sport Club 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Track 3 4 ,fi GAA LEA GA 51460 Cgtole ffl' M' J rx hon Sr et S Lf Ilf, I t FII f fglv conclto Tunable? ygyb Cuvuc Cl 1 ic nomacs an ,J F 0 1 zgycm, ort Chnbll ulQ'ders Club 4 C191 I 05? KATHLEEN M GERWIEN Kathy 32 Wnllaom Street lovely gurl we all do soy a reserved and qulet way N A 3 4 Glrls Sport Club Publncaty Club 4 RONALD E GINSBERG Ron 86 Mmor Cross Snlence IS the tool of all true thmkers AIDA K GIOVANNUCCI 340 Woodstock Avenue Art us the rlght hand of nature Band 3 4 Clvlcs Club 1 Clar lon 3 4 Glrls Sport Club 1 2 3 4 Home Room Treasurer 2 Leaders Club 4 Stage Crew SANDRA L GODDU Sandy 115 Lordship Road She succeeds wrth sweet and cheerful determmatnon AA 4 C E P 4 Dramateers 3 4 Sport Club 1 2 Home Room Treasurer 1 2 3 Lotm Club 2 Student Councnl 4 N H S 4 ,, . .1 , . L . . f y gl. . . . l V ' ,, f-' ,U ' ' L f . R , . . ,A 5 . C A.A. 1, 2, 3, , ' ' - " V ' ff b , , , : o L - - . Q "' , , :O. :Plwi Q 4: , N . I- ' 1, X2 I i I I I 7. I Qi , 3, 4. 3 , , yt 4, If cyf ,lfkbgf All!! 4, ,. . r Lf l, l G, 2 P L D IL, V1 Lf V I 1 1 L L lf I ,, ,,, U . A ' , A.A. 1, , , 5 ' port in ' . Clb,,:C.E.P.: - F...,g" , , . . 4, " . 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M GOMIEN Carol 40 Bedford Court If 1t IS Wllhlh her power to help she wnll and very gladly Clb3 4 CEP 4 F r1H1Y2 CYNTHIA V GOODRICH Cundy 141 Los Angeles Avenue A pleasant sm1le IS always worthwhale CEP 4 Freshman A Cappel 4 Chonr 2 G1rls Sport Club 1 2 3 Sen1or A Cappella 3 4 Vanety Show 4 Red Cross 1 2 Secretary 3 V1cePres1dent EDWARD F GORFY B20 East Broadway Selfconfidence IS the key success Football 2 3 4 AUCE MAE GRADY Cookne 91 Bedford Court An atomlc blonde G1rls Sport Club 3 Qulll Staff 1 Varlety Show 1 DOLORES J GRAHAM l.aurle 44 Osbourne Street Sparklnng and sweet, she's cute and neat 1, CEP 4, CIor1o , , Economncs and Law 4, Fresh man A Cappella 1, FTA 3, 4, Glrls' Chonr 2, Glrls' Sport Cu 2, 3 GEORGE T GRAY George 526 Rlverdale Dr1ve A 1 tle nonsense now on then I5 rel1shed by the best of men Bowl1ng 3 4 Boys Sport Cub GERALD E GRIFFITH Zeke 1330 Ma1n Street What round IS th s? Hark I hear bells Basketball 4 Boys Sport Club 2 3 4 Football 2 3 4 Home Room Presldent 2 EDWARD C GRINDROD JR 122 Peck Street Fun and mernment make the world go round 4 Ban Stage Crew 2 ANNC GRI WOLD 3476 Ma1n Street Tb only way to have a frlend 1s to be one B 3 4 CEP Treasurer 4 FNA 4 Gnrls Sport Club 1 3 4 Leaders Club 3 4 L1brary Clu 2 3 DANlEl J GROSNER Hoon., 383 Hlghlond Avenue To a young heart everyth1ng as un Home Room Vlce Presldent 1, . . . . H d Art u , 1 1 .T.A. ' - 3, T '- '- , 3, 4. ' , 1 ' l 1, 2, 3, 4. ii . 1' V I ,if . lf f 13 'lg' F.l4.A. 1, 2, 3, , cms' ' i ' 4f ' ,,Ed:, "Hollywood" - ' to l A.A. 1, 2, 3, p d 1, 2, W . 1 ' . Y' . " - .,' ' 1- 3 . .41 1 1 ul ' .f A1' i ,Arg , . .1 -1, px X ' , , . ' , ' A.A. 1, 2, 3,l4, and 1, 2, I I :U 3: ,I .,' , ...Zi ,Q I I 1 , A.A.'...' 'n34- 'f, ' lb , . DIANE L HAAS Dee 75 McNe1l Terrace Gentle of speech benef1cent of mmd C EP 4 Freshman A Cappella PATRICIAM GROVES -'Pat -U4 Blamiy Clrcle ere IS nothlngfso powerful as truth Clarion 3 4 Debatnng Club 3 Secreta 4 ome Room Pres :dent 1 4 quer 2 S' 4 V1ce Presndent 3 N HS 3 4 Quull Stat? 3 Studeh0 Councnl 4 C E P 4 ALFRED W GRUSI 95 Falrlea Avenue Con sclentlousness brungs good consequences Band 1 2 Hall Guards 4 W1 , reet e rch Q have true se all 2 Fries n A op JOHN A HAJUS John 161 Hvgh Pork Avenue To excel In sports ns every s dream for hum lt came Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketb II 2 3 Co Captam 4 a s ort Club 1 4 o ball 2 3 4 Home Room Pres: nt 1 2 ELEANOR G HAMMERMEISTER 82 Holllster Street Music IS the language of the sou CEP 4 Freshman A Cappella 1 Gurls Chonr 2 Home Room Treasurer 3 4 Home Room Vlce Presldent 1 Senlor A Cap pella 3 4 Varlety Show 4 N H S 4 Tj, ., 6 i , i Q 1 ' 1 m I I I ' . F ' r : ' , Wx-' u , - Z , , , , Q 1 . Q ary , ,Mase 1, , , - ' IBY' . 1 1 1 . 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' ,Y 4 1 df' x 4 W ,. . : Q' 412-9 b 7 lk' C ' H 1, Girls' choir 3, J.s.c.', 3, ?"0 12 1' 13 'I RO fn ,V - ' V' I I I 'Q 5' 16' ' ' W 1 ' , , 111 1 , 1 1 A f A 1 -':1, 1 , I I iv- , ' Q A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, I ' ' A ' l-lb f , , 1 sic ,. ,cf ' f U Vx 1 C , , . ,, 1 vjf 61- Li T 1 1 yl" 31 i et L .V ' ' A ' :mf 0 C' " f ' 6 ' e ' l . ,I I, A n l 1 Treebeinu. kgf-OIUV Ba ,2,3,4, 14 3 ' , 11 1 f rt - n n ' ' T i- '- ' .I , , 11 1 ' ' ' ' L! 1,1 1 , O F F 4 Photography Club CHESTER E l'lABERllN Chet 125 Pumpkm Ground Road All great men are dead I dont feel so good myself Amateur Radlo Club 4 A A 1 2 3 4 Freshman A Cappella 1 H1 Y 1 Radlo Club 4 Senlor A Cappella 4 Stage Crew 4 at, ww MM HvLL1z?,p1nn:1csrrD,VL U M n M If Attract: T4 ovable V an wi ab e UQ Art Club 3 QUPP ce Pres ld nt 4 F 2 3 4 NHS UL aff socuate Ed JI svgff A 3 We C r H1 Xbllfl 3 Secretary 4 V Lvvf, FV! P o 7ifV1ce P7A7 2 X Af! ROSEMARIE HARRINGTON ee 1595 North Avenue A ready smlle 1s a welcome o rary Club 1 2 3 4 Mu Club 3 Aff uf MMM M52 Barnum Avenue As mce a lad as we all know and one wuthout a smgle foe nd1 X, ,64.ofcf Hl? RICHARD J HEIN 3 JAMES HATTON 1m 107 Canaan Court Easy come easy go not too fast not too slow s Sport Club 1 Chefs Club 3 Student Coun ROXANNE HEARD Judy 95 Johnson Court We are only young once AA 4 Clerlcal Practuce Club rls ort Club Junlor H1 s MUSIC Club 3 Travel Club 3 ROBERT EDWARD HEGI Heobff 300 Canaan Road Humor IS the true democracy AA 1, 4 Bowl1ng1, 2, 3, 4 Boys' Sport Club 2 Chefs' Club 2, Dromateers 2 3, Track 4, Vorlety Show 1 XXOMGNXQS4 Bvio 5' foo X U V for Sc rr' Anvgy Q 53 325515 ,QL Clnzzfifs rbhqk Agia ,Sm 'ond svlbet wa o de W nd ynnnngsmule Clorlon 3 4 bun Cc renentftblrlt 11 Q en1ot'TA Ca a Q NdtQ'6 r1H1Y23 g7QySh JU 5f0'G'y'F'f 61 La es :ce of 41455, ref or2 urs lu fl onety Show 2 CALVIN HESKE o 110 Wlebe Street Throw the world over your left shoulder for good luck Aff f Ksungu 5. 111u.E11 d es Ihftruth Nm ibefstrong est ar Bond' 4 F xhmcm A dppella 1 peret 2 Senlor A Cappella 3 4, Stage Crew 2 3 4 vdtqylshbw 1 2 4 LOIS H HOGBERG 201 Nlchols Terrace Charm strllres the slght but merrt wrns the soul Gnrls Cholr 1, GIYlSI Sport Club 1, 2, H1 C's, Secretary 4, Home Room Secretary 3, Trav el Club 4, Tr1H1Y 3 Dick 210 Allyndale Drrve People have more fun than anyone! Bowllng 1 2 Cross Country 4 Fllm Servlce Club 1 2 4 Pho tography Club 1 2 Truck 2 4 CHARLES A HERMANSON Chorlne 761 Wllcoxson Avenue Hrs smrles reflect hus person all y hls frlends hrs popu larlty Photography Club 2 Student Councul 3 4 . 1 . . -1 V ' 4 T 1-1 lu 13 U ' . li.,-l A QJ O " . DI 4 -Qu' U L S, OC. If ,7 w A yi F D ACN ,V Q . U X . H - H fo f . T . ,J A .' . , - 45 ff 1 - A.A. , ' ,f 1 LQ' I ' sd g ' ta J ' I i , 3: I ll ' Sl ' 5 X ' l , , J - nc. -E .- ., :JJ I I I l 031' ' 1, 2, 3, 4. 'U L ,Ur 5 - -gs ' 1 'Af by ,K jlfij y , A' , Q, gr.. 1 V' I .H I ' . J n t , . me t . ' ' ' . ' fr on rls' 'ti ' ' , ' - h 1 ' 1 ' JAC 1, ' . 4 A l ' :Hi'C'S 4, iof A CUP- A.A. 3, 4, Football 3, Ha-Y 4, ' 0 3, 4, T '-H14 1, 2, 3, 45 I ,,J. ,, HC In BOY' , 2, 3, 4: cil 2. 1 - - I ll . 1 z -1 X I 1, :' - I , ' 'I I . i 1, I kr ,, ,, 1' 55 vs " 0 V1 f A . 5 A h V ' ' jl2, 1 ' -. F C :, II : ' 3,61 ' Sp 1, 2, 3, 4 , .1 4, Hi-C's 4, ' '-C' 3, . '-' 1 I I ,,Lo,, DORIS A. HORSTMAN "Doris" 145 Wilbar Drive The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known, F.N,A. 2, 3, 45 Senex 4. PEARL L HUBBELL or-,ny 2052 Nnchols Avenue Goodheorted and agreeable t all Club and ur s Sport Club 3 JSC s 3 3 A J f i" X. I JOHN J HUGHES Jack 316 Booth Street o drunk and be merry MARY A HUNTER lndne 71 Bush Court Happy and modest pleasant and dependable Clerucol Practrce Club 3 F NA Gtr Spar Cu 4 HrCs 4 Lubrory M sac Clu 3 Trove Club 3 Llbrary Represento tnve 3 SANDRA F. HUTCHINSON "Hutch" 106 Canaan Court It's o friendly heart that has many friends. Hi-C's 41 Junior Hi-C's 3g Lea ers Club 3 4 - 9+ ,-5 MARIE N lZZAREI.ll Marne 315 Burntt Avenue Mischief dances un her eyes and smnles upon her laps vlcs Club 1 Girls Sports Club 3 4 HIC s Treasurer 4 Leaders Club 4 Travel Club 3 PATRICIA A JACKSON Chlclue 43 Hull Court The warmth of genial courtesy the calm of self relnonce 1 2 4 Gnrls Sport u 3 4 Spam Clu 3 Student Councul 2 Twnrlers 4 Varrety Show 3 4 aufjfxjy ,,,v .lp THOMAS A .IAM Tom 560 Allyndole Drnve nts a helpmg hand wont here l come 2 3 4 Home Room Vnce Presrdent 4 31 I' E IVIC5 gn Choir A JOHNSON o 397 Glenrldge Road Brevity is the soul of wit CEP 4 Economics and Law 4 Girls Sport Club 2 Treas urer 3 Home Room Vice Pres: dent JSC s3 OFF Treas u r4 TriHiY 3 . Ji F er u s n e heard vncs Club l ROSEMARIE T. JULIAN Chick 36 Clover Street erry e be sad for nobody. Fim Service Club 4- irs Sport Club 2- Junior H'ACs 3' H'-C s 4. RICHARD l. KAHLE "Richard" 1185 Broadbridge Avenue The best work in the world is done by the quiet. WILLIAM G KARDOS Wllly 40 Beers Place Would that there were more like hum 4 Baseb 3 4 Bowling 3 4 Boys Sport Home Home u l 2 CE Room President 3 4 Room Secretary l Home Room Treasurer 2 DENNIS E KEENAN Den 73 Wlclclund Avenue A sense of humor IS the salt of :fe o s Sport Club 'l Freshman A Cappella 'l Oper etta l Senior A Cappella 2 3 4 Variety Showl 2 EDWARD S KENNEDY Buggs 89 Cannon Court Fun I5 my best sublect basket ball runs a close second Basketball l 2 3 Boys Sport u l 2 3 44 Chefs Club . SANDRA M. KERN an 334 Burritt Avenue Be merry and let the rest worry. G'rs Choir 'l- Junior Hi-Cs 3- '- s 4- Leaders Clu 3 . lf gf .tw flfljjfllii Q if p A. . l 2 , 4' ,d , 3, 45 Ti Sp , 47 Film sService ' , , 5 F Q A 1 ' A Ca ella 2, 'Tra 4. res C A la :,'Senior if 'L' MARGARET M KMETZ Margne 32 Bassnck Court A merry dusposltron reveals merry heart If 5 CII' F JAMES W KNIGHT I l60 Beardsley Avenue There as nothing so lungly as lundness Basketball Manager 3 4 Boys ort Club 2 4 Cross Country 3 4 Home Room Presrdent 4 WILLIAM V KOSKUBA Vunnle 39 Elk Terrace Educatron IS a flrght of stanrs two steps at a tame rs labor saving Amateur Radno Club 4 Photo gaphy Clubl 2 3 4 Ra o Club 4 I JAMES W SEQ! l J 9 own tre who I s w rl of sports. L , Vice- e 3 a ar o s S t u Fam ce Ha G re RICHARD E KLOSS Duck 107 Marsh Way As a man thnnketh an his IS e heart ,Jw 'F7' CAROL S KUHL Shrimp 90 Sands Place Be merry whale you may X -'f X Mono A. 3RlSTIANSEN f -9 "Swede" ' ' as mf X- , , " 39-Skov Q hand!! do jf Ewedgwjlxays Boys port C ub G 4 Track 4 .2 71 ROBERT A KUHAR White I 22,24 Broazfbrldg! 1 Handsome blond and very a Nothmg wrong with thls guy a all Bdseballl 2 3 4 Bowlmg 3 Boys S ort ul! Football 2 3 41 lj Guards is nd 2 3 G Choir urs Sort Club l 2 n HnCs MN , 3 me St epj jhgwzlwxji-Jgmnarln ' that way ZQL' xF,'N'A 364 Grrlg Sport Club 3 4 Home Room P es: l. tn b 2 Leade la jus as gg CI li S eofy 3 4 l Sh X A-Aff! H ,,,.r RGETTE E LA ROIX I9 Y 5 Pm e a o unto Ulf Cwucs Club 1 Econo and Law 4 Fres ppe Capris 2 Show A P n I ' k al 1, , 3, .... '- , M 5 A 1 ' - Y' CI b 0 A , rf.. 3' "" ' Fo , 3, 4, olf 3, ua- l' Y 1, 2, , f . P ' 2, 3, ' 3, ,Cy I .J C 1 5 W . ,W ff , , . ' ' ve e - v .J H - ff 13 +I , , V t II, " , , , 1 . vt .av fjlfrc 'S so ' h . - , . .,' ' ' 7 ' ' T-.5 '45 p CI 3, 45 4. I I 5' ' ' 1, - - 1, Q I ,J Q ' ' ' 0 Ba , , 45 irls' ' I5 ' J V G' l ' P I : Ju - A.A. 4, G' I' Ch ' 1, 2, 'O' ' 3' O.F. . 4. W lf ,z , . A ,,, A , Q ,Mm Aff. LAAK anew 2 Q ,4 Us len .v L , .N I., .. - ., ,,B.H,, JfCl e :L AH' , A at 'd . . . ,4 f' L, . C. .al ' A ' ' J 5" sn . ' ,-.25 , : Z t . : ' j :Li 5 u Sp , 3, 5 Tr u r. -45 M 1 .21 45 , : Po 1 I , l 't , : ' . V Ry o If 5' . .S. 4. J f' ' 1,4 7 J G . , ,, . V . ,f Sh s ' ' . 3 i . 1 .. . . 2 ' . ' A A 'I5 J . .'s u ' f , 4: TY , 2: A ' : - 4 ' lla , 3, 5 V r , , , 5 di 2, 3, 4. ROBERTA J. LANESE "Bertie" 596 Laughlin Road West Her smiles take the place of words. Clarion 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, Girls' Choir 'l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club l, 2, 3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, Home Room President l, 2, 3, 4, Publicity Club 2, President 3, 4, Quill Staff, Edi- tor 4, Twirlers 4, Variety Show 3, 4. PHILIP N. LARSON "Phil" Longbrook Avenue Life is what you make it. THELMA G. LATTA "Thelma" 25 Bush Court Her ways are as deep as the ocean, and her smiles are as bright as its foam. the 3, S cre- 2 3, S etary Sec ry 'l, 2, , Senior A 1, 4, Tri-Hi-Y I, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Ushers' Guild 2, 4, Vice-President 3. VELMA E. LANDOR uvelu l0 MacArthur Drive Good noture and good sense are a pleasant combination. A.A. l, 2, 3, 4, C.E.P. 4, Debat- ing Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 'l, 2, 3, 4, Home Room Secretary 2, Pho- tography Club l, 2, 4. no CAROL A. LAWSON "Dusty" 155 Burbank Avenue A happy heart is reflected in her eyes. A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. HARRY o. LEAPHART HHCHYH ll Underwood Court Don't hurry me, l'll get there, maybe. A.A. 'l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sport Club l, 2, 3, 4, Chefs' Club 3, Football 4, Quill Stat? 3, 4. STAPXRQY . LEE ' ' - 'Ta " 5 i on foyen Succe sr is g tting wh you w ht- Jha ine ' va ting ' or Cl , , , oo ' a ar s 'XJ 4 Y sud m omT 4-1 to Girls' Sport Club l. resi i e ac IS 5 w ty t X 1 2 3 4 t l'l,' 3, 4, ll d I - , ' en l, Tr sur 2 e r a u r C l ' e- t 3 d k , , 5 'i '2, 3, JS' mming 3 ' t 5 'fe MARJORIE A. LAUFER "Margie" T70 Fifth Avenue She is as likeable as she is lockable. Art Club 'l, Girls' Sport Club l, 2, J.S.C.'s 3. CHARLES F. LAUTZ "Chuck" 502 Allyndole Drive Men are only boys grown toll, hearts don't change much after all. Football 2, J.V. Co-Captain 3, Home Room President 4, Track 4, Swimming 4. EILEEN F LESKOVSKY Lesko 161 Beacon Street Wnthout a smlle the world luke a wulderness A Girls Sport u 4 Secretary 3 Home Room Treasurer 4 Publucnty Club 3 4 Senior A Cappella Travel Club 3 Presudent 4 T HIY 3 4 Varlety S w MARY A LETSCH Mar 663 East Mann Street Ma e lught the hours wnth smiles and laughter Band 1 Economtcs and Law 4 urs ort Club 1 S 3 O FF 4 Photography Club RICHARD A LIAN Duck 75 Dover Street Rnchard the Luon Hearted JW? ,fj Jwff DONALD F LICSAK J Re 358 Hughland Avenue ELAINE M LINCOLN Enon 710 Broad Street A sunny smlle that makes the hardest task a pleasure Transferred from Central Hugh School 1955 RCSALIE G LISI Rose 200 Vlctorla Lawn Free and snappy never un HGPPY s 4 Junnor HnCs 3 Hn Y 3 Treasurer 4 V' Sure and steady wnllmg ready s Sport Club 1 2 1 taff 3 4 EARL T LINCOLN Ear 710 Broad Street A true fruend to all who know C'Z..'7' S-C, ITT! Transferred from Central Hugh School 1955 MARION C LIZAK Luzle 226 West Avenue Quiet and content to go her way Economocs and Law 4 Girls 3 OFF 4 r Club3 LEONA I LUCAS ee 136 Peace Street Life IS full of cares but laugh ter makes them light Cuvucs Club 1 Economucs and Law 4 Girls Sport Club 1 2 JSC s3 OFF 4 Tra Clu 3 4 SELINA E LUND Shelly 94 Norman Crrcle The sparkle nn her eyes glves her away P 4 ort Club l 2 4 La Club 2 Library Club 2 Stu dent Councol 2 . - is ,. ,, FN. . 45 ' ' Cl b ' - : ' I 3, 4l ri- '- , ,I ' ho I 3, 4. , , k . . - - G' 1' Sp , J. ,cfs me , - -. ' , m. 152,131 ' ' ' 4,-'V FQ tr . . I l Choir 15 Girls' Sport Club 1, 2, 3, 45 J.S,C.'s 5 . . . 5 Tav- el , 4. JL' i . , ' V ' uf ,N . U . .ff I ' . X HL H H dn BOY ' I 5 Qu'Il l . A . , I L 5 I I , I , , 3, 45 . . . 5 , . . 5 vel b , . ,, In . . x l ' . V l' ' cf.. 4, F.N.A. 3, , cms' ' Sp , , 3, , tin JANET B LUNDBERG an 675 Hllltop Drlve Quletness IS the virtue of sun cerrty Clerucal Practice Club 3 4 Hn 4 Jumor HlCs 3 Tra Cu34 I E u Sport Publicity ROGER MACEY Zeke 224 Spruce Street Jolung and humor are pc and often a necessaty 3 4 Boys S 3 4 Cross Country 3 nomucs and Law 4 Fllm Servuce Club 4 Home Room Vlce Presl dent 3 Photography Club 3 4 Stage Crew 2 JUDY F MAINIERO Doodes 45 Creston Roo She goes her way disturbed Clencal Practnce Club dent 4 HIC s 4 E E A .XB nny M LSE 80 anum venue Cheelfuln 'H wnth beauty a d wr A C bl Sp rt an u 2 Qulll Saff Show 4 Www M kd' lx HN XQVLYN rl NG wtf ki Bard y-g2St'reet she p everyone stops Jnslen AAQ-i"2 LH Treasure 4 Home President Latin Musrc Club 3 LUCILLE M MARRANZINO 147 Freeman Avenue Always happy always gay she wrll go her own sweet way Clerical Practice Club 3 4 Hn 3 4 Jumor HIC s 3 Travel Cub PHYLLIS K MARRANZINO Phy 147 Freeman Avenue A pleasing personallty gets you everywhere HIC s 3 4 Home Room Treas urer 4 Jumor HI Cs 3 Travel Club 3 KENNETH J MASEK Mase 336 Swanson Avenue Cares are mangled wuth pleas ure s Sport Club 1 2 Crvlcs Club 1 Economics and Law 4 Masquers 3 4 Stage ew1 2 Ml mer eart avest y :vm ft St re Tr nsferred fro Harding un 1954 Economics and Law 4 Freshman A C pella 1 FTA 1 Glrls Sort Clu 4 Latm Club 2 Sensor A Cappella 3 Varlety Show 1 O F 4 n ex 4 ,. fx - .Y . ' if y 1 n A . . u U HJ H I . CS I ' '- ' :I I vel ' 2? . I b , . - X V I, .Ib I' ,fluff "Jo 'e'f , l La r , 1 S'l e e io I . . A Ib , I I , I ' 7 ' I 3, - - C S , : - : T el b 4. ' 3- A T f 1' II 'II A.A. , 1 ' port - f : : Clerical Practice Club 3, 45 A d - . . I ' I 3 . Q , 3 Boy' , , 3, 4, 7 Q' I ' l A : l . : Cr , , 3, 4. n , W X ' u ' J - K I V A X V V4 x V V f ' A X :FT U -1 I I eu l V A 1, ' Xl E co in J ' I f 0 I' ' , X ' - f - . . ff , , , 4: X . ' , 49 'rls' C I l. . 4pLt'CIb3pil VY ,-'P b,- : ' t , 4: 1 p ' , t - l ' 7 .F. . 5 Se - lil TIMOTHYJ MtCARTHY rm 431 Wrndsor Avenue Gave me the serenlty to accept the things I can do nothmg about the courage to do some thlng about those I can a d the wisdom to tell the dlffer ence Transferred from Spauldung Hugh School Vermont rn 1955 JOHN H McCLURE John 1181 South Avenue Wherever there s fun to be had youll be sure to Gnd hum 4 Boys S or Club 2 3 4 Chefs Club 4 SHERYI. M McCONNELL "SheryI' 115 Lrghthouse Road 'Tas na folly to be lolly AA1234CEP4Hr Cs4 ROSALIE A MASTRONI Rosle 39 Pond Street Ever smnlrng ever glad never gloomy never sad s 3 4 Junuor C s Treas urer 3 leaders Club 3 4 Pub y Club 2 BERNARD J MCCARTHY Berrue 46 Alvord Street Its great to be auvel aseball I Boys S or 21 PATRICIA E MQGOVERN a 567 Huntnngton Road She does well who does er best FNA 2 Home Room Treas urer 4 PHYLLIS E MHNTOSH Phy 122 Butler Court A dark hatred gurl wlth sparlr Img eyes Economncs and Law 4 Grrls our 1 Girls S or Club 1 2 Home Room Vuce Presldent 1 Operetta 2 Va rnety Show 4 HOPE R McKEEVER Hope 192 Otus Street Good nature rs one of the richest frunts of personallty Econormcs and Law 4 Gnrls' Sp0rtCIub12 3 4 Jscs 3 Library Club 2 OFF 4 Travel Club 3 4 EDWIN M:DOUGAl.l 81 Wyoming Street It matters nat haw long you llve but how well Homeroom Treasurer I 2 GERTRUDE F McGOVERN Gertue 21 Swanson Avenue Always brnght never dum full of pep vigor and vlm Clerrcal Practuce Club 3 mor s 3 Stu en uncrl 2 3 , . gag: v fe , ' ,. ' ' "Ed" AeA. 1, 2, 3, 4g F.N.A. 1, 27 1 Q' X Hi-C' , , ' Hi, ' . ' . . In 1' : , : ' - Rx , . - ICI , . XR 2,5 S ' ' I' , ' , ' - B , 2: I p I - I I 1 4F Club 3, 4, Football 1, 3, Track GHIS' SPOVI Club If 2: HI-CS 3, 4, 45 Ju ' Hi-C' 1 d t 'Q Co ' , , 4. l 'I 1 HT- rf ll ' 4 , HP 'H . . h -f' H If, uv, ' . -X 1 ' ' . ch' , 2, 3g ' 'I p I A.A.1,2,3,: 'pt 'ff '- 'L ESV .I ll Bro Wg pr Gt t who B ys Sp rt Club 2 4 II Guards 4qX QFWN RONALD F MERKLE on 36 Parkway Drlve The only way to have a frnend to be o Bowlmg 3 4 Photography u 3 WllllAM A MICKETT I 2990 Nnchols Avenue Industry paves the way to suc cess Transferred from Arlangton Texas I 954 Cv NANCY K McKENNA Nance 453 Woodstock Avenue Merry and gay such pleasant ways 2 3 4 Dramatees urs Sport Club I Home Room Treasurer S C S anlsh Cub Tru 1 eva Npcko ENMQLACHLAN Xin Sc tt 237 Mt Pleisant venue NA wntty vfp d a wltty eye Iolly fclng' says dont pass hum an C E P 4 Fnlm Servuce ub Masquers 3 4 Stage Crew S o Knowlt ee Our Chour I af? Art 4 S u en Coun H1 Y h U 19 52 Eg 1'-4 Jw EDWARD MONDULICK 7150 Mann Street Every day us a hollday 4 Boys Sort Cu 2 3 HARVEY C MOREHOUSE Harv 65 Sutton Avenue I w1sl'1 he would explaun hus explanatnons Basketball 2 3 4 Photography u 2 4 Radno Clu ack 2 3 BARBARA A MIHALIK Barb 2352 Barnum Avenue Although he IS t very tall she s frlendly to one and all 3 4 CIVICS Clu Economncs and law 4 Garls our I Glrls Sport Club 3 OFF 4 Serv Club 3 ROSE MARIE G MISINONILE ee T355 Huntlngton Road Mlschlef us lung a d I am t slave Fnlm Servuce Club I 2 3 S retary 4 Freshman A Cappella H1 C s Vlce Presldent Home Room Treasurer I 2 Muslc Club 4 Semor A Cap pella 2 3 Treasurer 4 u dent Councll 2 3 4 Varlety Show : s ' n' , A.A. 1, , , 1 1 1, A.A. 1, 2, , , " 1, 1, G'I' ,2,3,4, ' , 'f 411.15 Ch' , ' ' 1, ' 3: P ' I 3: '-H'-Y 25 J.S.C.'s g . . . g ice I 2, 3. . , M1 I z , A Q 1 I I SFQ xbf X fl 1 gf 3 1 I - . 2" I 1 7 2- C, p Av ki ., 1 I - K' Y -I ' X 11R 11 Rx 4 x 1 I ll h I ' K ' 9 L If X ,... . ' 1 N. K . Q n 1 s rf' ' ' ' 1 1 1 CC' k by. 1 ' :I - 1 AA. 1, 2, 3, 41 a d 1, 2, ' ' ' 4f . , . 1 ' ' CI . , ' ' 3: 1 : I ' 3' 4' 1 1' 2 5t - 1,2131 , , 1 ' A I X Tlsl A -' ' Sqwx y not Y .MOLNAR , - 11D '11 ,A d I 1 I 'A A h s of . -. , 41 - , 3, 47 'I Q ' , 1 HQ , 1 " t d 1, 2, - 111. . I ' 'V ty I 1 ,4, u 5' I 3, 4. ' 'Q' HR ,, ,,Ed,, g , is ne. I A.A. 1, 2, 3, , ' p ' ' , , I b , . CI b , 4. K I I . 1 f . ,JR. " " ,,B.H,, ' . I CI b , 3,' ,I I ' b 4, - Tr , , 4, EDWARD C MORGAN 1734 Huntington Turnpike Tomorrow IS another day nd 1 3 4 Boys S Club 2 Cnvncs Club 1 Frlm Serv c Clubl 2 Honor Guard 3 Capt an 4 Latm Cu 2 Photography Club 1 2 4 Sensor A Cappella 3 4 it JOHN J SER W f'M'osl39 rl L295 Castle Drs Never a dull Ol ost moment AA 4' boys Sport Club 1 gl 3 heff Club 3 5 9 4 Student C undll Varrety Show 'WV VL Y VVXJ' :QV 'gli as .ml CHARLES J MOYHER Charlle 1911 Huntington Road ls he as quiet as he pretends A11 2 DANIEL T MOYHER Don 240 Huntnngton Road Today IS the thnng for who knows what tomorrow wnll bring 3 4 Footba MICHAEL S MOYHER Mnke 134 Rockland Avenue He sand lnttle but to the pur pose PATRICIA C MURASKY a 30 Bedford Court That load becomes light which I5 cheerfully done Cnvucs Club 1 Economics and w 4 NA 3 Glrls S u 1 HI Y 3 WILLIAM H MURRAY Bl y 1837 Broadbrldge Avenue Mlrth and fun come fast and furlous B seball 2 3 4 Boys S t u 1 3 4 Hom Room Treasurer 3 Aff!!! 11 erzguigkxjlgallx QRYS N pl I 2jglSanlQllP a e na Md r on IS never ins xi If 2 Gurls Sor l 1 4 Home Room Secre r , JSC s 3 ff nor Cappella 3 Trl Hr Y 2 3 N, Vanety Show 3 FREDERICK E NELSON Fred 487 Harvard Avenue A little time for laughter also trme for work Home Room Vuce Presldent 1 Photography Club 1 2 adlo Club Treasurer 4 RAYMOND NELSON GY 86 Elmhurst Avenue Poetry as the expresslon of h s SOU Quull Staff 4 "ed" . . . up 'H Ba , 2, , : ' port D ' ' i e I , 1 l ' ' , ' 2, , G' I ' l b la p F. , . p ' ' port F 1 1 I Cl b , 45 J.S.C.'s 37 O.F.F. 45 V ' 1 ' Tri- '- , 4. 1 1 ,j J. 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I A I 1 EDWARD W NEMEC 555 Lught Street Give to the world the best you have X .IACQUEL .I NEVILLE aclue I Anson Street Potue yand true pleasant too If hour I Girl? v U Jsc K 3 Lubrar uh 2 S cretar NSS?-Bc ub j WILHELMINA M NEVILLE Wlllle I48 Anson Street Good hearted and agreeable t all Freshmen A Cappella I Gul JSC s 3 Llbra u I 2 3 4 OFF 4 Sen A Cappella 4 DUNCAN P NICHOLS Dunk 51 Curcle Drive Many receuve advnce only t e wuse profit by nt P JOSEPH NIGRO oe 386 Mary Avenue Let me go where I wnll LINDAA NILSSON n 'I46 Grove s Ave Brudgeport The hlghest of dlstmctuons us service to others C E P 4 Dalsy Cham 3 F N A I 3 Secretary 2 Presudent 4 r s Sport Club I Home Room V1cePresldent 4 Spanish Club Vuce Presldent Ushers Guild 2 3 Se e tar 4 N HS 4 DAVID J NQRCO Dave 24 Locust Street Has lund IS hard to fn Photography Club I 2 3 L O BRIEN Buddy 28 Selleck Place A fruend to all who know hum Boys Sport Club 4 Golf 4 Log Staff Adverhslng 4 'P-in PATRICIA M 0 BRINSKY a 48 Airway Dnve Not for herself but for the world she luves r s Choir I 4 I S ort Club I 2 Travel ub 3 Music Club 3 UJTVLJJL Ocjfft Qc-fff' ROBERTJ OESAU Ba I683 James Farm Road Sober but not servous quuet but not Idle Golf I 2 Home Room Treas u er I HEdH ul-Y u da I" ' , 2, 3, 4? I - , - . j l X 4, 3: I C I I cr - y, yy Y , . . . . I 1 I , . 1, X , . ,, cwyc' ,2,3,ff' J g s CI , 2, 3, f . . 35 4 ' It , 37, X .41 , " I 1 .F.r. ,tbl ' - - , d. yi rx 2 M Lf' ' ' ' 1, s. . F ' , Ri 4 ' A I I as .Z QU 0 . , , 1 I : 'r S' , ' ' . Choir 2, 35 Girls' Sport Club I 1, 2, 3, 4g .. J , ' YY - Cl b , , , 5 . . . 7 lor I 1 , K Q A , J 'V ,fp 'H w. ' U l ,, U 1 ' ' A , eau' ' , 2, 3, ,eww ' ' : lt h P f : Cl CE. . 4. 2 ff 2 , 'J " b" Q f HJ H wg ' . . 3 1 F - '-A . . r , 2. 'ea P' ,XX fin ix ESCH W l on vmg Club Glr s or? Club I JSC BARBARA A PALACINO Bobbi 225 Lrghv Sfreef orry rs a care I I os sess Economncs and Law 4 Grrls or! Club I O Service Corps l 2 ROSEMARIE C PAVLUVCIK Rose 33 Vme Sfreev Who? rs greafer than fhese wlllmgness and the deslre Io pIease7 Economics and Law A Fresh man A Cappella I Home Room Secrevary I 2 3 JSC s 3 Service Corps 4 Sfudenf Coun crl 4 Travel Club 3 N HS 4 JOSEPH W OLAH Joey Boy 4989 Mann Sfreel Trs good Io be free from care ! J A ffl 9Ejj,tersin Averzrg' Pea cand a Bm ke Ihe see Mft DJ arson c ange Fresh A Cappella I, NA 4 Girls Cholr drip rf ESU 3 V 6 mor A Cap ella KATHLEEN A PEKAR Kathy 407 Holllsier SIreeI A Irlceable gurl wrfh likeable ways urs Chour 3 s brary Club 2 Tn Hr Y 4 PATRICIA FENDER Th so oes rv par Cl rlcal :ce s I Hr res PETER A PENNY Pere 161 Delaware Drrve A free and friendly man Home Room Treasurer Quia! favfv V f dh 04 if 2 W' ,ew , I t f,9lKIon4 e Slreet s plways ugh! evbal oys u I m I e ub Stud 1 Councrl 4 NIAREN G PEDERSEN Mare IIO Ellloif Street She rs cs good as she as four Ar! Club 2 3 Daisy Cham 3 Freshman A Cappella I Girls 3 4 Ushers Gul 4 Va ery Show 'I N s 2 4 f I I ,LJ I , K7 ,. I' - f I I I I l 4 jj Ji 1' ,M ,4 , . , xy, Al . L , ff ' 9 . 'I ,M gjfn? f .L . I . flif 'A e 115 Vglkjcf Q- A ' 4' 4 ' 2 3 4- 4, V I s ,, lg , , , M - MLM ' if lb 2, 3, 4f , ljb' Q 'I f C CI 2, Hi-Y 4, x 1 I .Q.,,-RF. , I M rip' ' lf! ,N ANC E I Y aflfru :gre 6,1 Q -1, fy' Www I 18 V I ,J H ' H 9:41 I I , V l 1. L'- A I .E ,V - I YY' - ' ' ' . Ei 7 A , 1 ' ' : ml. ' V- - - Tl . , : ' ' ' 9' : ' ' .f2, can I22, , ace- spoff Club 1, 2, 3, 4g m. P I' nt - ' Hi-Y I, 2, , g ' 'Id 4. X' 3, g ri , 2, 4. 'j I f rw xl J- I El . l - r ,L ' 'f Y H H fl lx U' I A 9 di " ' Q Qu. ' ' ' ' . Wy. h ' . 'Rf - An 1, F.N.A. 2: 'I' G'l' ' Q Hi-C' 4: li- Sp , . . JS 3. r '- '- . ' , h u - W ' don' p - f O ve ' . I f . I - ' I c- Q ' I ' ' I ' l , r ry M.N.A. Sp ,J.SC.'s 3g .F.F. 2: 'S : U Hi-C' 3: 4: A I 73. - '- I, , r e , 4 .4 O3 5 4 RAYMOND S PETERSON Pete 7I Eunice Parkway He must have the last word I s Sport Club 2 3 Civ Clu I Film Service Cu 2 Stage Crew 3 4 HELEN A PETRICK Pets 454 Hollister Street Life is short there is no time to fret Economics and I. w 4 Girls ort Club I OFF is AIOBE J PICKETT Moose Winfield Drive w to live life to its u e f r ss Country 2 Fres ma ppellal P t raph ARLENE E. PEREZ "Pretz" 64 Sunnybank Avenue Fun is my best subiect. Spanish Club 4. CHRISTA PETERSON "Chris" 39 William Street k ow her like A Girl S or u I 7-s i r-W Nice and liked o m e C O F F Se io,r 4 MYVICE ps 2 V letiy S M if CAROL A PLATT Carol 878 East Main Street Gentle words and useful deeds A I 3 4 Latin Clu VICTOR C POMAWSKY Butch 342 Huntington Road My time is your time Basketball 2 Football Manager 3 4 Operetta 'I 2 Sen A Cappella I 2 3 4 Variety Show 3 MONICA M. PIFKO "Mona" 1703 Broadbridge Avenue Behold the mischief that lurks in those eyes. Chemistry Club Ig F.N.A. 35 Girls' Sport Club 4g Home Room Secretary 'Ig Publicity Club Ig Travel Club Ig Variety Show I. GEORGE PILETSKY "George" I85 Wigwam Lane Opinions cannot survive if one has no chance to fig or them QC qEconomics a Law 1, vs- V7 a if wig' M- l JOAN C PORTER 1255 Salvua Street A smxle In her eyes C erncal Practnce Club 3 4 rr s port Club 1 s Junior Hr C s 3 Travel ub PATRICIA K PORTER a 1537 West Broad Street Frlendlmess and wut were born wlthln this gurl Economlcs and Law 4 urls olr 1 3 Mu I u 3 O F F LYNNE K POWELL Lynne 791 Stratford Avenue Sweet dlgnlty spnced wlth fruendlnness s 4 MAUREEN A PRATT Maur 153 Woodcrest Avenue A frlendly nature a smile cere Cheerleaders 3 4 Clarron 3 Freshman A Cappella 1 FNA 2 Home Room Secretary 1 3 Sensor A Cappella 4 Trl HnY 2 3 Varnety Show 4 LEOJ PRAY Pete 537 Weber Street Nothnng worrles hum nothung hurrles htm Intramural Baseball 1 2 3 Intramural Basketball 3 Boys ort Club 3 Football Publrclty Club 3 Quill Staff 3 CL. .. it C LL FF"?TsnoMe M sssMAN fT3Z'4!Wood Avenue Brr y he -goe nut ay C E P ff' GAETANO PRESUTTO Guy 797 Honeyspot Road If sulence were gold hat Guy s wo ho d 0 fi We f A X 2-JX-9 1 Q ELIZABETH L PURA Bette 565 Laughlun Road West Softly speak and s w e e t 1 y smrle Senex Secretary 4 FTA 1 2 Home Room Secretary r 4 H S 4 Senior Cappella 4 T 1 H Y 2 Chap la n 3 Secretary 4 Ushers Gul d 3 Presudent 4 F N A ALEXANDER M RACKIEWICZ Rackey 41 Ward Street Why teachers get gray Economtcs and Law 4 Varlety Show 4 GEORGE P RAHGO u 1156 Wells Place Above all thmgs a good fe ow . ly ' C Q ' 1 ' mf HJOH , - ,I l ' ' , z L' A 1 I d - b GI' s :Hi-C' 4, 1 .. ' '- ' 5 CI 2. 5 15 up ,H . ' . , cv b 'L 1 ,' 5 G - I K, f Ch ' , 25 J.S.C.'s 5 s'c f Cl b 1 . . . 4. 'W f . C K' r f gf, . N7 x Hi-C' , J.s.c.s 3. A , ' H l 1, f 2, 35 Log Staff, Assistant Edi- t f V to 5 N. . . 3, 7 ' A if 7 r'- 1- , - :swf . 2 LLP ff so '-. Q - .tt ' ' 8 if 1 J 3' 4' ' of r Q ' , ' sin. is , ' Q l A I1 D b I k IIB dll ,U , 7 i Sp : 2: ' '- . . I . . 1 ' . 3 AA. 1, 2, 3, 4. ELIZABETH M RAHN Betty 185 Sands Place Today well llved makes every yesterday a dream of happn ness and every tomorrow a VISION of hope FTA 3 4 Glrls Sport Club 4 Travel Club 4 JOYCE M REILLY oy 71 Barbara lane Her personallty IS a vlrtue rs Cholr 1 JS s brary Club 4 OFF 4 f' AlEXANDER C RITCHIE Sandy 908 Broad Street A l1ttle but of everyth1ng to make one great guy Football 2 3 4 Photography Club 2 Radlo Club 4 ' MARYI. RIVNYAK ' Ruvo 1220 Nlcholx Avenue The way to gam a frnend IS he one Freshman A Cappella 1 Glrls our 2 4 Glrls S r u 1 2 brary Club 2 4 Vice Presldent OFF 4 Twrrlers 3 M By-PC REYNOLDS ruce 1 9 Van Street Good ature 'Frank and free Servlce Club 1 Freshman A Cappella 1 Hall Guards 4 Senlor A Cappella 2 3 4 Stage Crew 1 2 3 4 Varlety S ow l 2 4 SHIRLEY A RICCA uc 135 Mary Avenue Happlness IS a perfume that you cannot pour on others wuthout gettlng a few drops on yourself AA 2 3 4 Economucs a d Law 4 Glrls Sport Club 2 3 4 Home Room Treasurer Leaders Club 4 OFF Student Councll 2 3 4 Varlety Show 2 DONALD A IMK A 6 B y Curcle says luttle r s err d r o m Hardlng ugh Schoo 1 tm Club ramatlc to be Guards 4 Home President 4 log Staff Co Editor 4 Student GAII. C ROBERTS Gan 25 Falrlea Avenue Ansamuable person IS she P 4 FN! 1 2, news Sport Chlb 1 2 4 Publlcty Club 4 Travel Club 4 Tr1 H1 Y 1 V1ce Pres1dent2 3 Presldent 4 Vanety Show 4 DAVID D ROSE Dave 426 Kang Street The mnldest manner wuth the bravest heart Bo s Sport Club 1 C efs Club 1 Track 4 H H ,5 IIJ 'll lt: ,I . . . ' . . . 'O Gil' ' 1 ..c.' 3, Li- - L Ch ' , 3, ' f ' 'I po t Cl 13 , , 3, 45 J.S.C.'s 3: li- 3: . . l. 1 I 2 , 4. V 11 1 1 , , F il u . I 4 X f ' , L M . 1 l' I . ' l 1 ll 1 .. V ' 1110.1 11 . ' If 1 l V Q ' in 1 if fl , 1 1 ' A Boys' Sport Club 1, 2, 35 Film 3, : 1 Y 3, p 1- , , . 3, 4. ' yr 1' . f IIRI ll ' , s ' V ' 1 11 A-In As . J. A C.'E. . 7 . . . , , ' l ' ' . , . 1 1 ' i '. - - 1 1 I n . . '. '. 42 ' ' 1 . . . 41 f ' 11 A I J - '- HD 11 . A l ' . . I ur no 1 ' . fl 1 . 9 . I Y' 1 H ' 1, D ' U 1. ' ' mms s 8 S e t ul oigspurit full pt n t If y ne 1,60 QZGLCEP I4 lIr4 Flies man A Cappella 2 3 Senior 2 3 President 4 ff NANCY A SCHAAB 77 Allyndale Drive Vrm vigor and vitality make a pleasing personality A Glrls Sport Clubl 2 3 4 Photogra y Club Choir RHODA ROSENBLUTH "Rho" 1079 Wells Place Nothing succeeds like success. C.E.P, 4, Civics Club lg De- bating Club 3, 4, F.N.A. 1, 2, Senex 4. rg, nds r venue il ab: do energy ac om Ir 3 o o nd aw Sport J S C 4 Service C rps 4 T Hn Y 3 Variety Show 4 Cu l NHS DONALD SCINTO Don 208 Soundvlew Avenue He goes anywhere provided it s forward Photography Club 2 dn of scorr co ty Slf pu lher problems for a rainy d f Economic 95 Law 4 Girls our Girls S ort Club Pu I y Club 'I Trl HI Y LYNNE SEAMAN Lynne 50 Ridge Circle CheerfulnesL has an excellent wearing qualut-y 1 AA 2 3 Daisy Cham 3 Debating Club 2 3 4 FNA 3 4 Girls Sport Clu 4 Leaders Club 4 Ushers rd 3 4 Red Crossl 2 t ' 1 1 . rr I 1,445 .' C ' - . . I' n' f , 'u m -, L J, '- rndivid - ph, as she, as pleas' g -5 - y way can be. F,N , F.T.A. 1 Girls' Sport I u 3: . ' 5 M sic Club 3gre bl' I-Yl. L , f 1 LEE S SCHUERER ee 386 Woodstock Avenue The anr does laugh with his merry wrt S.. N. f PM . A N M. Len L n 1 . 3 4 . ' U 'O ul ,, A.A. 4, n L ' ' ' 4j ' b 3, 4: ' . . . .' 1 O.F. Q ' o 5 ri- '- g ' A . ANI F . A I 0,5 r U ZPL 43 . gl e " " ' ' , u p he a 'end l X filet' . ' ' ' , 'l, N . . . 1 Foot- ' '1:l,-Y.1,,: 'Ac- i X 2, 1 I , . I NZ X f ' 4 3- . V ,fj y , S LA!! g rl? I X I' ' 1 , NA .1 1 r I ,j Y H "Nance" I 'I '98 Newton Street . , A h 1 - I I die r . - , A - L , yy f. ,rf FN. . 1, 2, 3, ' ' . 1 Ch' 'f ' ' P I , , 5 ph 7 3: .l.S.C.'S 35 O.F.F. 41 b- ln ' lic't 5 '- '- 3. f . ' ' 4 to L ' ' to . ' ' - . - ' - - ., , yy ' ' : ' 2, . , : - - . ' 2, , 5 ' ' b 3, ., lb , Cfifl , , ' , ,3, 4 I A I 4' . , 4. , 45 4. I MARK W SIMMONS Mark 952 East Broadway Whoso would be a man must Chemvstry Club 3 Film Servuce Club 3 4 Photography Club 2 Sta e Crew I BARBARA S SIROTNAK Barb 358 Mary Avenue The world reflects the 'oy she carrues In her heart Economucs and Law 4 F T A 3 r s Sport Club 4 O F F 4 Publncnty Club 4 Varuety Show 4 Smltt woo treet s you take t port b BARBARA SHELLEG Bunny 419 Huntmgton Road Good humor rs the remedy for every trouble Clerlcal Practice Club 3 4 urs Sport Club I C s 4 Junlor H1 C s 3 Travel Club 4 MARIETTA A SHUUCK Pmlue T54 Arch Street Style IS the dress of thoughts Grs SportCIubl 2 3 4 Hn 4 JunorHC EDWARD R SOLDI JR 520 Prospect Drnve The leader of fun the Isfe of the party H Y 'I Intramural Basketball BARBARAA SPRY Barb 57 Glendale Road Pleasant to walk with pleasant to talk with pleasant to thunk about Cass Vlce President 'I 2 3 and 2 Secretar Home Room Presrdent 2 3 leaders Club 3 4 Officers u 'I Senior A Cappella 4 Ushers ld 2 3 M MQUIBB W' 5 9 C venue modesty grab? matron Band I 3 Llbrarsan 4 Glrls Sport Club 2 3 4 Lea ers Club 2 3 4 Photography Club 3 4 Travel Club 3 4 wx Eg XXV, D3 N El RbNQbT IT Kr-7 K 'W MXN ht-,rgigallt llnves Io Sport Clu ,J 2 3 Presldent 4 Pho ograph lub 2 Student Councll 3 4 Varlety Show 4 WILLIAM .I SMITH I l872 Mann Street What Iles beyond that calm exterlor7 3 N4 X, I X. I I Q . K -I r ' Q, BC , 3 A' 'xp , ' xy. X I -CV 1, n K ' -Ng I . Xp . ,, ,Q K J . x , X , 'v L ' ' I I 'g ' .10-' G'I' 1, 2, 4, 0' b ,H, Mx, , L . I ,,B.H,. I I ' , , , : '- ' A C's 1 I i- 's 3. - . Hi-Y , 4. A' , 'x ' I , , , , , . LM ,,Ed,, be a non-conformist. I ' I . I i- 1 1' I g I 2, 4' ' 2, 3, 4. ' ' D . I . - . I I I ' 5 .. . 5 - 47 B ll, , Y 3: Gi I ' 5 . . . 3, V, ' , I V ' , ' 'Q Cl b , 2, 3, 4,' N.I'I.S. 3, 4, ft Gu'l , , 4, I 4 VV .fx X I . R T , HD , V RA SJ. ,, 1 , sm W X e ' eafe - o GG c ' ' . w is I . , , ' ' p ' ' 'I oy S u 2, 3, 4. f f 7 d I I ARLENE N STAVOLA Arlene 157 Drame Avenue Not a care nn the world and always ready for mnrth 2 LORETTA A STEINMAN loret 39 Bedford Court Be what you are you re sure to go or AA Assustant Treasurer 4 Gnrls Choir 2 Home Room Vce President 3 4 JSC s 3 OFF 4 Student Council 4 Tru Hu Y 2 Treasurer 3 Chap lam 4 C' CAROLJ STRERATH Carol 211 Swanson Avenue The power of thought e magnc of the mmd rs Chonr 1 2 Gsrls S or u 1 2 3 0 4 Quill Staff 2 Sensor A Cap p a 3 4 Ushers Gulld 2 3 4 Vanety Show 3 4 JOHN G STRICH Jose 54 Cedar Knoll Drlve l take and luke the ways o Ie Amateur Radno Club 4 AA 3 4 HIY 4 Radno Cu Stage Crew 4 PH STUMPF XIU "Joe 426 Wu venue He alms t lease A A 6ffC'5'f'l BARBARA UTYAK B bble 29 Dorus Street I pamt the world nn colors gay C E P I Economics and Law 4 xr s Sport Club 1 3 J S O 4 Trav C b ROBERTJ TABAK Bo Rockaway Avenue A man who thmlrs for hlmself 1 P 4 Presudent 3 Quill Staff 3 4 C' ANNA M TAMBORRA Ann 159 Rentter Street A rare combmatlon a four countenance plus a store t wlsdom Gurs Sport Club 1 Log Stafffl NHS 3 4 OFF 4 Oftlcers Club 4 Publucxty Cu 3 4 Sensor A Cappella 4 Student Council Secre tary Dry Y1.0 A y Th supre vur sllenc C r r hc 1 u or lub unuor U L ' Lane ELAIN ,E.VlHlBAU ft M9331 V Lawn 7 1 uf Gobwd or are worth mu st 5 K W 327155 ,W Clu 1 GlrlsfYSp t LM 34J5dis3 sq l ffivgl' Club 3 -f MA, ,Z , J ,L N! 'VL 47 rbi V92 Z lf 1' FJ' QW f if , A A 3 ,4 4 , . . ' A.A. , 3, Hi-C's 4, J.s.c.'S 31 ' ' A - G3 l f ' , , , ci 1 i 3: .F.F. 1 el lu 3, 4. . 2 . J . . ' , ' " b" ' ' ' 2 65 1 l ' . , 5 . . .Al 5 I ' ' I K 1': ' f sand , 2, 3, 4, cf. . , cum- YI7' ,Q - ' ' ' V, ion 3, 45 Choir 45 Music Club N . 1 i lx, fi ' ' " ' e 'h L. - 0 'lg ' Gil' ',,"pe 'I' ,2,3,4z Cl b , ,3, 4, J,s,c.'s , rf. 1 . , . , 1 Q. 5 . Qu , , ' f . y 'l b , I ' ' 5 ' I A 2, 3, : I - 4. 1 L2 ,' U, ' A E . Au A ' f . . "' V rf. 1 ll' t ' I ' . I . - 1, K: C , , I . .' A . . s' t 2 I' s 45 2' ' ' .' l b 4' ' .Cs 3. 3 ip., J f' gf A . ' , vp , , , ',' l we L Af' X' 'gk ' ' Sq A 1 of 48 WILLIAM F THIESSEN I 146 Placid Avenue Good nature speaks un all he does C EP 4 Home Room Secretary 2 Home Room Treasurer 3 4 Log Staff Advertising Manager 4 NHS 3 4 Student Council 3 4 Senex 4 J ALICQA WHONGEN 210 Ev re Street lfted gregtly IS she who qs Harem.: ands Ar Club 3 Econ mxcs and f Law A Fnlm Service, Club 3 L A THORNBERG are , Gurls C ub Service u 4 DONALD W TIERNEY 1081 Success I Above all things, QQ fel ow 1 Bowling 3 4 CrosslCountry'4 x zwmnln-NNE P 10MAsxo f ,,,Mm,, F I 101 Clarendon Sfreet I G96d temper, llkevo sunny' day, sheds a brnghtness over every thumb ' , Cheerleaders 2, 3, Co Captam 4, Economucs and Law 4, Home Room Treasurer 3, 4 J S C 's 3 Student Council 4, Tru HI Y 2, 3, 4, Varlety Show 4 PATRICIA J TREAT a 1771 Broadbrldge Avenue Full of fun fancy free thats the way she wants to be Clvl s C u nr ort Club 1 2 3 4 Ho Room Secretary 4 Publlclty Club 4 Student Councll 1 Trl Hn Y 3 4 Variety Show 4 ELEANOR C TUCCIARONE E me 85 Green Street Full of spurlt full of fun she always flnlshes what shes be Economics and Law 4 Home Room Secretary 4 Home Room Treasurer 3 log Stal? Business Manager4NHS3 4OFF 4 Publlclty Club 2 Treasurer 3 4 Student Council 1 2 3 4 GRETCHEN M VALUS Gretch 25 Reltter Street A compamon that I5 cheerful IS worth gold Art Club 3 Clerical Practlce Club 3 Fnlm Servlce Club 3 Junior Ha Cs 3 Publicity Club 3 Travel Club 3 LYNDA K VAN WINKLE Lynne 383 Windsor Avenue The heught of fashuon com bmed wnth a charmmg per sonallty Club 1 4 Fre man A Cappella 1 Girls Choir 1 Publnclty Club Treasurer 1 ervlce Corps 1 2 Trl I 1 Variety Show 1 2 JANET E VERRILLI nJann 279 Roosevelt Avenue A merry heart maketh many fnends Economncs and Law 4, Girls' Choir 3, Glrls' Sport Club 1 JSC's 3, Publnclty Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, 4, Quall Staff 2, 3, 4, TruHnY 2, Variety Show 3 HB-HH , , HP 'H Q M ' , , A.A. 1, "C lb 1, G' ls' , ' ' Sp , , , z me : - - - , : ' ,X 1 ' . . 1 I . X X , h- 1 . ' I ' f f 2 ' ' ' c . 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N L 1 yt . . , 1, -,fm t - t T , l -' ELLEN C WAGN GRACE I .VITALE "Grace" 51 Allencrest Drive Lovely to look ot, delightful to llnow Economics and Law 4 Fresh mon A Cappella 1 Girls Choir 4 vice Corps 3 Student Council ANN M WACHS Ann 852 Wilcoxson Avenue Her eyes betray her bubbling spirit Band 3 4 Girls Sport Club 2 Quill So Sta e Crew H1 Y fsfw'-fi: c 97 F ndcle Ave ue A well y ur or and 3 4 CE 'I 4 Drama r u 2 3 4 Maq ers 3 4 P tography Club l 2 Q Crew 3 4 Stage oe 93 Willow Avenue The word impossible 5 not in my dictionary, Band 2 Vice Pr svdent 3 Pres 1dnt4Bo tbal284 o s Spprt CI! 2 m Se Cl b 3 a Guards 4 HHY 2' 3 Chaplain 4 NHS 3 view:-.14 JAMESJA W LEY n AY? A man P to his h ract Class resld n 1 Q4 Bo s Sport Room cers BEVERLY A WARGO ev 97 Yarwood Street A happy disposition reveals a merry heart Girls Sport u 3 H s 19 tb 17 rl S ee I"IE O Yi GLADYS J WEBSTER Glad 'l9l Bush Court Slncerity one of many virtues AA 2 3 4 Clerical Prac e u 3 H1 Cs 4 Junior H1 3 Service Corps 2 I I IA will S JJ., ' yflvl, j, 1,1 AJ 2 I, t 1 1 rjvkytw ' Ll: ' 'Tlonoelflf A' l'9 morjivenue l ' M l nffjf triepvfllr is Wi many! o ac cou t s 3 Pubic: ROBERT J WARDMAN Bob 1500 Broadbridge Avenue An ounce of wut is worth a pound of sorrow P 'I Radio Club , -A ,uh N, ' 1 et t ' - : ' 1' b f ' ' ' FEI' 1- JSC' - I' '1 2, 3, J.s.c.'s 3, on. , ser- C' ' 1. ' ' ' ' ' Y 4. i , f 'X 1, 2, FiN.A. 1, , ' iff ' C.E. . 1 ' 4. 2, 3, 4: g 3, 41 Tri- 1 1, 2, 3. U IIB H C ' 1- 1 all twgfmn , A . . . "4I5G0,' C' ' ' ' CI b , 1-C I 1 S U 1 9-vw 4, J.s.c.'s 3, , , 4: , 5 uil 3, 4. it I 1 X A Vtse ' i i V jd 1.4 i ri., W 11 j 1 . 1 1 ' 'iff 'S' , , U L! V 4' r. -. Jon r. WALKER 1 l 1 , 2 "J 1" W' LN 'X A . if q " f ' H- - ff -- 1, , . . ., . y, :Lf - M 'N Y11 17 i 1, - . A . ' - U A c no I r , VZ . e 'i Je! y If I I , Rmiy al r fi il I ty. , f By, -E 4: W-dr .Y 2, 1,21 X Fil thine Q' u 5 H ll 3 V I 1 ff , Q U . . I, ! ,X 1 ,,' ' , A is tivo,-Ml 1 1: 1 . A 1. V X X ,J 1 i l N 153,-J' Q 1 's .,,," I , 1 ' y U y 1 S ' II A Il arit is index 9 A . . . , '4: ' ' , A.A. , 2, , 4, ca ol 2, - 4 - , , : ' tic -in ' 3, 4: T I I Y I ' I b I -- 1 I - -'cfs , , 45 H I ' . 9 , 2, 3. 4: ' til 2, 3, 4. I . MICHAEL H WECHTER Make 65 Burrltt Avenue What Iles beyond that calm exterior? Photography Club 4 RICHARD .I WEDMORE Rlc 205 Fnfth Avenue He IS rlch who as contented CEP I Home Room Secre tary 3 MARSHALL T WIEBE Marsh 478 Prospect Dnve Anybody who ns anythlng can lust be hlmself and so do as he akes CP4 My K ww ARJORIE L WILLIS Margie 81 Burch Street Shes merry shes gay what more can we say? CEP 'I Economics and Law 4 Freshman A Cappella 'I Girls Chonr 2 3 Home Room Secretary 4 JSC s 3 Sensor A Cappella 4 Student Council MONA C WEEKS 495 Patterson Avenue What s the use of worrymg? It never was worth whsle FNA 4 Gurls Sport Club I 3 4 Travel Club 4 Red Cross Representatuve 4 PAUL L WESEL X Paul 46 Elmhurst Avenue N ant keep a W CEP l 4 Freshm n A p a I all G ds 4 c tography Clu wa Team 3 4 DONALD F WILSON Wnlly 'l8'l6 Barnum Avenue A senous attitude marks all his work Intramural Basketball 4 CEP I 4 Latm Club 2 Senex Vuce Presudent 4 N H S 4 aA:3jl4'wlNL6f'jjtJJ RTH Wu n reet ulet ma :mes untry ' I' . I - .E. . . 15,2 , . W - . 1 f MMV M A W 11 -hu ' I ' I E y 1, '2. I l l F ,,Mg,,, . . 2l.l':., :I ,.... xl u l l E I U , U xx A I C 1 W wp I . X I , C1 . ' v 3, K 3, 4. xv ' lv . . E ll . ll n f 'II Y ' oo an l l n. I I ...,p Ca- ndl' 3'4 pen , H - Ph - A l' ' ' 2' 1 9 50 GEORGE YAKOUBIAN JR George 2100 Broadbrudge Avenue A friendly nature attracts true fruends Amateur Radno Club 3 4 Band 2 3 Cross Country HIY l 2 3 Home Room Vuce Pres: dent 2 3 Honor Guard Radno Club 4 PERO YAPO .1 Pete J l40Z,ANest Broad Street , Hrs frlel y ways and w nmng wtf' smnle make knowsng hum wo th whale Bos port Cluhfl 2 3 4 jf' C E P President 4 Hn Y Gp 4 Home Room Pnddeiff 4 Photography Club 'I 2 IN Hffffjf Avenue re wlll always wnn e heart Boys Sport Club 3 4 Fnlm Servuce Club 2 l 2 3 Home Ro m Vnce Presndent 4 Photography Club 2 Radno Club 4 Swnm ming Team 3 4 MARYANNE ZAHORSKY Mor Hugh Park Avenue A sweeter personaluty was never possessed by anyone P on 4 l.a StaH Typist 4 OFF 4 Ab A jg Q Vuf Franlxln e ful and a s w y r v s C Jf Gnrls Sport u 4 Service Corps 2 3 Varnety Show 2 Senex 4 I xbl, A GEORGE IT AY Stonybro Road Personalcp dtfd' untellngence rote htm tops CEP l 4 Freshman A ap pello l latun Club 2 Operetta 2 Sensor A Cappella 2 3 4 V rnety Show l 2 3 .f 1 sow no yzdtcm Zusk JKJATGJY5 N S 91392 Snlenyu Vlzlrut one great VY! Boys Sport-'Cf 3' Cr0Ss Cou y Fnlm Service I lA Hall ards 4 Track 3 4 Z L They wlll be semors all ln good time 4f 'Q MR JOHN RADDER Jumor Class Adviser JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS L to R Maureen Mocura Secretory Glen Whntcher Vice Presndent Louis Horner, Presidentp Donny Del Vecchio, Treasurer. HOME ROOM 233 pai-1 -2 F rw 'wgwwm igqrf af 1 1535 Wlxl' eil f' we-:wi 15-' T5 HOME ROOM 219 T Ambrose A Anthony P Balmer E Carroll J Cerlno M Carter M Derry J Dlugalxonslu D Ezzle Foran E Gerte C Haley Hendnx W Jacoplan D Kansa K Krause C Lancia J Lecardo B Lee J Marino C Matarazzo W Northrop C Norton J O Connor G Ohlln P Parent P Paslullvlch A Ramalho J Salvagglo R Tay lor A Terzo Mass A Hogan ..- tn 1 Lets keep those tables clean! R Ahlstrand C Ambrose V And lUlIS T Benedetto J Carlisle L Ceblli R DeBernarclo P Dennis Evers T Florella I Flatow Gergots G Gleason W Hempel F Kalmer D Katz P Lakatos H Latta R Marlnacclo .I Markola D Mathias F Noblm P OBnen E Ocame J Palacmo R Parent atnclm M Qulclu B R e R n, S Saflno,I. Sleafh, Mr K Hathaway 53 HOME ROOM 125 E. Barry, R. Bjork, F. Calerson, R. Chuba, D. DelVecchio, D. Dobras, R. Fontaine, M. Fritzky, A. Giovannucci, P. Greenwood, J. Hines, C. Hoia, A. Jelenik, J. Keenan, F. Kelly, L. Layton, F. Lesneski, M. Macura, J. McElroy, J. Muhroney, C. Nuese, D. Osieyee, D. Pasrir, R. Peavey, N. Robel, P. Schaaf, J. Serwacki, K. Slrang, C. Tavares, D. Thorne, M. Thorpe, L. Veifch, R. Velky, J. Wallrer, D. Yale, Mr. R. Conrad. 'A aku. Dragging in, early in ihe morning. ,,,,,, W ,Q .,,,,, gs 1 it .lunior Craffsman HOME ROOM 228 J. Barbalo, J. Brennan, J. Donlan, J Fletcher, S. Francis, E. Haselman, D Kramer, M. Kraynalc, C. Lucas, H. Mc Sherry, K. Miclrlus, W. Miller, W Miller, D. Mills, F. Mills, J. Molloy, A Moore, D. Myers, C. Poarch, F. Pond J. Pond, A. Pray, R. Prindle, T. Rulka, B, Smifh, M. Sorensen, J. Sohosanri, R Sleeves, R. Sfrengowslzi, R. Sullivan, L Weller, D. Wignall, H, Wilcoxson, C Wilson, Mrs. E. Lippincafr. HOME ROOM 208 D, Albrighf, F. Allenby, C. Ba- dowski, A. Borbefiu, V. Ccrbone, R, Cauollcro, L. Dczley, F. Den- ion, E. Evers, V. Golliclr, E, Gibbons, R. Hczelo, W. Jucke son, B. Jezierny, R. Kohley, P, Kominslci, A. LaConie, R. Lank- ion, E. Molrarc, E. Moloney, P. Morrissey, J. Negy, A, Nemec, B. Rohrig, Miss M. Boyle. ii The Thinkers? 'Z 5 7615 TIME lS PASSlNLH ARE YOU ? "Time goes, you say? Ah no! Alas, fime sfaysg we go." HOME ROOM 231 B. Ashcrcfi, G, Blake, M. Boissoneculi, J. Bokovchilc, C. Borden, J, Cuddy, D. Cummings, J. Doherty, S. Fosonellc, S. Firmender, C. Gouvic, B. Green, J. Greenhill, L. Horner, L. Houle, M. Hudic, R, Klein, K. Knapp, F. Kochiss, R, Lydilcsen, J. McCune, J. McQuillon, E, Phelcn, W. Pillorfz, A, Roihiens, E. Riley, M. Roberts, T. Shirro, B. Sidoriclc, R. Turechelx, R. Wells, J. Welsh, Mr. E. Wordell, --r vcr F""'W'4if ----i 56 HOME ROOM 135 F Ask L Barber R Blchard M Carroll A Chltiem R Decher R Dman G Fogarty M French E Glannlno R Grant N Hel feron E Hllmsky R Jankura J Keele T Keller S Laros R Leddy L Marks J Maslar H Noyes P Olsen Ordner J Pasleka E Repko J R ch Salerno J Sedlock S Story E Tesla Theruen J Underhull D Veltch Mrs Buel Thai s collegiate' Glen Whlfcher Vice Presldenf HOME ROOM A1 R Dougherty D Dunn M Klem J Kuchia J Kuck J Lumb A Mlsurale B Moran S Moser E Joyher T Musante B Mutch Ier A Powell P Powers K Prlstos A Prusak P Puczlia S Russo V Strell B Stnch S Strlch D Siroamer M Sumple M Sweeney J Van Kuren R Wnllnams A Wolknonls R Woofion G Wrlghf Mr J Rudder Q? 1' "Good gosh, man!" Louis Horner, Presidenl -+- If: ferrlficl Danny DelVecchno Treasurer V, L 5 f Home Room 133 P Arfynowskl L Bocchvcchno J Bosslo R Brezosky M C ark L Coher N Cray W Csuka W Dullon C Dunphy S Fallon R Frmk J Goodman N Grosso R JGXALIXL Hopkins M Hudak M Hunfer B Kerekes P Kish M GAL LaBrecque G Lewls J Marslk G McCormack E Mc 'fx CMTL Macugh J Petrucelln N RICCIO D Richards E Bobacuyn ska D Rodrigues J Robbins E Roberts J Sheppard E 94-W 7 U Slboskl F Weber Mr L Manchester butt U' Xfvv' UWA' -v L 'fmxvll Tremen do us' Maureen Macura Secrefary ME OOM 224 0 Berna J Bradbury S Breede S Burnck M Cu sono R lan R Dolyak J Ensler P Gumqn,CJHona4 Gus C ng C Koory D Long T Lyons B!Ma I' McDermoM J McKeen H Mergen G Muller M kop C Pukura M Pm R Plude S Rnvers, Sl Royal' H Ru m R Ruddock F Snroinak I Smlih 'M ihlfh A Sodosku J Welyiok L Wheeler G Whndref M s J' Mderman 111' :ln r2X ,1 C Z 57 C HOME ROOM A 8 J Arsenault J Bednar J Belair F Bemchak P Bohn B Church K Corba A Deslo R Fox J Gloerson D Gnazza M Gullmeife T Griffin B Hauclx A Hopluns C Hubbell B Hudson R June L Kenworlhy R Heyser J Kroeger A Langevla J Levy W McGovern J Mazur A Moore G OClalr A Pavluclk L Petrella B Mr J Meerbcch HOME ROOM 121 J Angeslu J Barry C Baskar J Centopam W Delrbro C Drew D Forslund L Gleason W Grrersen B Hubbard D Jersey P Kehoe S Kerekes P Lecza W Lesneslu P May R Pekar J M Perrellu J Roper P Schiller C Shaw D Solhs P Thomas R Tomasco R Varna M Utka G Wadsworth B Ward C Wise V Zmqewslu Mrs K Park ,J ,.......... Bnghf Girl A . 4 . I Q l , K 7 , 5 . 'Q . - M I ' f i nf . Rolh, R. Sharpe, B. Shiroky, A. Tolubinski, R. Tyler, T. Victoria, F. Waiers, V. White, Y Y . ,fit P'N Have a bile? HOME ROOM 122 T Adamchak E Adler S Babcock M Babey V Campbell R Carbone D Cola celrclo F Damush L Davls B Erickson E Fabnzlo A Fllllon J Gabor J Hannl Bnghf Boy gan E Har! K lsser R Jackson C Jayne A Kaebur E Kaeller A LaBarba M Ladden C Lay G Levm S MacAulay G Maclomes R Mclntosh S Sfebbms J Swanson N Swinton J Wulcoxson Mlss P Goldshlag 1 , 04' G riglnm SOPHOMORE CLASS Tempus has really fugnted so that our soph omores are now upperclassmen They have sur vuved the annual rutual ot seelung elevators and swummlng pools and of being dlsmlssed last from assemblies They well remember getting unto the swung of thlngs by electing class oltlcers spon sorlng a dance and showing pep at assemblles We hope that the sophomores have enloyed sharing In SHS actwltles and that they contnnue through the next two years as smoothly as they have come through thenr first year SOPHOMORE OFFICERS Kneelmg Julie Jennings Treasurer Kathy Barry Secretary Standing Jerry Nolan President Mary Langston Vlce President Mlss Mary Rrley Advrser Climbing to greater heights. Sophomore chores, AA Trckei please Reward for acfive service "Momenfs lo Remember." II ll Time is ca river of passing events, and strong is its current Marcus Antonius STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Stanley Lee Presldent Charles Lay Vlce President Anna Tam borra Secretary Barbara Dedrlck Treasurer Mr John Olha Advlser The S H S Student Council I955 56 A A OFFICERS James Klosek President Peter Greenwood VIcePresldent Dolores Dubee Secretary Cynthna Carsten Treasurer Barbara urer Mr Rnchard Blake Advlser STUDENT COUNCIL AND ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The one orgamzatuon un whuch every student IS represented the Student Councul has agam had an actlve year Wuth Mr Olha thetr new advnser they agaln sponsored the varlety show to entertain students the Chrnstmas tea to promote student faculty understandlng and the Chrnstmas Formal to guve the gurls a chance to get dressed up Besldes promoting good wnll un the school the Student Council land undurectly the student bodyl has contnnued to support our French war orphan Yves Canu for the twelfth straught year The Student Councnl also serves as the Athlehc Assoclatlon Councnl However most of the work of the AA ns done by nts officers These ofttcers and Mr Blake keep themselves busy by puttnng on assemblles awardnng athletic prizes and sponsormg the Cheerleaders and the Ushers Gunld I . , X X WX f A in A Q x ,Q A Q y A 1 X tl s , . L , 4 I . . L ' 1 . 1 6 8, -' . xt . I I . y E, , ' : , ' - ' : , : , : Barrows, Assistant Secretaryg Loretta Steinman, Assistant Treas- I , . . I I 5 . , ' : , ' - ' : - 1 , 1 , 1 - , , ' ' ' ' . I I I . , . . I I . , - , . . ,Mai NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Scholarshup leadershup and servuce the National Honor So cnety motto typuties the group to which the top sensors are selected Durmg the year there as partncupo tlon nn N H S scholarshlp exomma tlons o Sweetheart Swmg held for the purpose of ralslng money for scholastuc awards for graduat mg seniors and regular monthly meetmgs Joel Walker Presudent Julua Hudalx Vlce Presudent Margaret Barnlsh Secretary Barbara Bar rows Treasurer Mass Eloise Carter Advuser Horlon. 5oue"17 1 Il s I Scholarship' Leadershrpl Servfcel SENEX CUM LAUDE Senex Cum Laude the sensors own honor socnety recognuzes those who have made the honor roll two out of the first three marking pernods A gold starred chart of Senex members ns kept up to date by home room representatnves and posted nn each sensor home room These sensors are awarded puns at an Informal club party un June Sandra Goddu President Donald Wilson Vlce President Bette Pura Secretary Linda Nnlsson Treasurer Mnss Imelda Goyette Advlser 'vii 65 ll - - I . I . .. Q .U . . . H . . - I ' .F . . I R V ph X ' ' I , I ATIOHAL A I t : '. I s I 1 I 5 ' 4 4 Q, B' -. '. ' I I l l 41 'T is I gan--up Is If fha! untereshng? PUBLICITY CLUB Keeping the students and faculty of SHS Informed on current ac tlvltles IS the mann unterest of the Publlclty Club The club keeps news :tems posters for games and dances and a calendar of each months events posted on the bul letln board Imagine what It would be like at S H S wnthout the Pub llcuty Clubs mformatnve bulletnn boards' Roberta Lanese President Nancy Schaab Vlce President Marla Laalcsonen Secretary Eleanor Tucclarone Treasurer Mrs Jennie Alderman Adviser LEADERS CLUB The Leaders Club ns a servlce group nn whlch the gurls volunteer to assist dauly wuth the Physucal Education program by super vlslng the locker room helping wlth attend ance and nn general rellevlng the teacher X of small 'obs that take up class tame Barbara Spry President Mlrla Laaksonen Vice Presl dent Loss Daly Treasurer Mass Helen Foland Advlser f -ily Smile pretty please! USHERS GUILD Football games basketball games the Varnety Show the Sensor Play band and choir concerts Parents Nnght ' Capable ushermg at these func tnons ns the umportant lob of the Ushers Guuld The ushers also form the decoratwe Daisy Cham at grad uatnon A trap to New York to see The Teahouse of the August Moon and the annual plcmc at the Boothe Estate un June rounded out the year for the busy ushers Careful mth that p f N Bette Pura President Judy Malloy Vlce President linda Nilsson Secretary Peggy Barmsh Treasurer Mlss Mary Rrley Ad vlser OFF A Merry Christmas for a Stratford family, a new tape recorder for use in shorthand classes and a gift for the benefit of youth are a few of the very worthy prolects which O F F has attempted A beauty culture spe cialist a secretary and an office manager were guest speakers during the year. The annual O.F.F.-Hi Cs banquet in May fi- nanced by the sale of Christmas cards is the traditional first of graduation activities. SERVICE CORPS Service beyond the call of duty scribes the girls who volunteer for the Serv ice Corps By runnuno errands assisting in filing and doing general clerical work they perform many of the essential office 'obs at S H S in their free periods Tapping the keys to success J, Barbara Spry President- Loretta Steinman Vice-Presidenr Carole Janlcura Secretary' Florence Johnson Treasurer- Mrs. Llynola Curtis Adviser. 1- u Mrs: Mary MacDonnell Advuser STENOGRAPHIC POOL Ready wnllung and able should serve as the motto for the Stenographlc Pool The Stenographlc Pool IS a group of gurls who are wullmg to spend free periods In 'I34 typlng calculating and duplncatlng maternal to benefit the school By doing this partlclpatlng members galn the experience needed for thelr future work CLERICAL PRACTICE CLUB The Clerical Practice Club combmes social actnvltues and servlce Members under take clvlc prolects and clerical labs for the school The hlghllght of the year was a trap to New York Cnty Jaclue Marlcola President Fannie Noblm Vlce President Shenlo Salvagglo Secretary Lucllle Petrella Treasurer Mass Mary MacDonnell Adviser 'gltls' -in 7- JCC as-.nn 1-nr 1 ii- Tie 'T' Maruorue Denuson Presudent Rose Marue Musunonule Vuce Presudent lots Hogberg Secretary Luculle Marranzuno and Marte lzzarellu Treasurers Mrs Muldred Schullung Advuser HlCs The necessuty of preparung for lufes problems and beung able to talk untellugently on current topucs us made vutal to Hu C members through lectures by many versatule speakers Teenage problems vocatuonal udeas even a sample of thea tre lufe were brought to them, and the result us a group of cflerucal gurls who really are up to date on the world around l em JSC s The unusual programs of the .lunuor Stenographuc Club are planned and presented by the gurls themselves Thus year they presented speakers from a large manufacturung company a technucal hugh school and our own S H S oltlce The clumax of the year was theur field trup and a final socual actuvuty Ellen Gerte Presudent Rosalue Lusu Vuce Presudent Gaul Lewus Secretary Sondra McAuloy Treasurer Mrs Llynolu Curtus Advuser ,,. Actuve Club Members .., , h, - f -' '- ' ' ART CLUB Interested students wuth artustlc talent 'om the Art Club There were the Wmter Dance whnch enabled the club to gave a guft to a talented senior art student and many club prolects nncludmg ceramics copper craft and leather work A trap to the New York Art Galleries to art classes at the Unlverslty of Brudgeport and to the Yale Art Museum In New Haven were hnghllghts of the year Julie Hudak Presldent Judith Petrucelll Vlce Pres: dent Forth Allenby Secretary Dorothy Raybold Treasurer Miss Anna Hogan Adviser HALL GUARDS Farm and strong these hardy men guard then posts at the mtersec tlons of Stratford Hugh corridors They protect lute and limb at the rlsk ot their own A Hall Guard mans hrs post Robert Kuhar Captain M James Fenders Adviser Q98 '--QA STAGE CREW The Stage Crew as an umportant behnnd the scenes part of any of our play productuons at S H S The crew efflcxently cared for the mechamcal aspects of the Variety Show Soph omore Play and Senior Play Throughout the year the Stage Crew has guven nts share m helpnng to make school actavutnes successful Bruce Reynolds Stage Manager Mr James Connors Adviser --5 LIBRARY CLUB If the llbrary s Dewey Decumal System presents complncahons you can al ways count on bemg rescued by a capable Lnbrary Club member Quietly and surely she locates mnssmg books rebnnds and repanrs volumes and mag aznnes cleans shelves and asslsts un many of the lubrary mechanics B cause of the efforts of Miss Stork and the Llbrary Club S H S has a pleas ant and efflclently run library Mary Rnvynalx Presldent Wllhelmma Neville Vice Presldent Judlth Lumb Secretary Joyce Bernaslu Treasurer Mlss Gladys Stork Ad vlser 73 TRI HI Y TO CREATE MAINTAIN AND EXTEND THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY HIGH STANDARDS OF CHRISTIAN CHARACTER us the motto of Trl HI Y groups They lnved up to theur :deals by helpung needy famulues at Chrlstmas col Iectung clothes for Indians and selling cards for the YWC A To become better cmzens they took part nn the local Installation of members at the Y the officers went on a trammg camp weekend and mem bers participated In a mock state Iegnslature assem bly Socual functlons were not neglected during the year for a progressive supper a Sadle Hawkms dance splash partles skating parties and golnt meetings were held Throughout the year the actnvu tres were planned to develop good character and apply Chrustlan prmcuples Alpha Zeta Iota Gamma the chapters of S H S s Trl Hu Y ALPHA ZETA TRI HI Y Patrca Olsen President Barbara Shlroky Vnce President Maureen Macura Secretary Lee Carroll Treasurer Phyllis lakatos Chaplam Mrs Dorls Yale Adviser ALPHA GAMMA SIGMA TRI HI Y Jane Collms President .lulla Hudak VncePresldent Phyllns Hackett Secretary Paula Lakatas Treasurer Loretta Ste nman Chaplan Mrs Elsle Crump Ad ser ll I I II I - I . . . . I. , ' ' ' Il II I I - . I . . I I I . . . . n I Sigma, Alpha Gamma Sigma, and Sigma Tau are , . . ii I . I . I . A . I , 1 , : i , I 5 . ' , vi . f ai' 9-51 IOTA GAMMA SIGMA TRI HI Y Gall Roberfs President Judy Molloy Vlce Presudenf Marge Cusuno Secrerary Judy Pefrucelln Treasurer Pamcna OBrien Choplcnn Mrs Betty Perley Advuser Mum s lhe wor SIGMA TAU TRI HI Y P ders President Donna Fosler VrcePresldenV Beife Pura Pofncla en Secreiary R asurer Co ello Fellows Chaplnm Mrs Alyce Young Adv rf' T 4' Ronald Smnth Presudent Robert Brockway VlcePresldent Pero Yapo Secretary Richard Rob buns Treasurer Joel Walker Chaplann Mr Roland Yale Ad vlser ALPHA SIGMA HI Y Hugh prmcnples of sportsmanshup and leader shup are Important trauts charactenzmg boys 'TN'- who belong to the Hn Y Sellung Christmas cards to help others takmg part nn the nnductuon of all Hn Y groups an the area and playmg bas ketball as a Ha Y team show that they have llved up to theur :deals through the year FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The FTA leads the way for prospectlve teachers Vnsntmg teachers colleges and observ Three lfffle SCl"00lb0YS are W mg grade school classes help the future teacher to learn about her chosen profession Hearing the experuences of teachers and educatnonal authorutnes gnves an mslde vnew of the teach Ing PFOISSSIOI1 dent Paula Lakatos Secretary Gwen Fletcher Treas urer Phyllls Hackett Asslstant Treasurer Mrs Pearl June Adviser i-.1 Barbara Barrows President Phyllis lalxatos Vlce Presl 'MMUQ1 awww' Fur.- George Yalcoublan President Ned Coutant Vice President Jim Klosek Secretary Fred Nelson Treasurer Mr Lowell Lippm cott Adviser FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA lt is every girl s ambition at one time or another to wear the crisp uniform of a nurse The many opportunities for service and adventure make a nurses career an exciting one The F N A acquamts girls with the actual duties of nursing through visits to surroundmg hospitals talks with student and grad uate nurses and a variety of helpful programs Linda Nilsson President Cynthia Goodrich Vice President Pat rlcla Ruczko Secretary Lynne Seaman Treasurer Miss Ethel Peck Adviser RADIO CLUB A long fifth period plus a group of 'I2 boys plus Mr. Lowell Lippincott as adviser, equals the Radio Club at Stratford High. The boys learn the theory of radio opera- tion and how to repair sets. The course is highlighted by a spring visit to Station WICC where the boys are able to witness an actual broadcast and are introduced to the broad- casting equipment and techniques. 10 5 seconds after the bell ,,-nl Q You mean lm not suck? Eileen Leskousky Presldent Anna Tamborra VlcePresident Rosemary Pavluvcnk Secretary Carol Strerath Treasurer .lac quelme Carlisle Chairman of Program Committee Mrs Avis Alcott Adviser Diana Yale President- Cynthia Goodrich Vice-President' Irene Burlison Secretary- Elaine Cromie Treasurer- Mrs. Pauline Dennett Adviser. JUNIOR RED CROSS Cnvnc minded best describes the busy Junior Red Cross members They are the ones who Insured a few unfortunate families of having toys under their trees at Christmas time The Club not only collected toys but cleaned mended and dressed them Other worthy protects of the year included helping at the blood bank making scrapbooks for the aged sewing for the Veterans Hospital and doing clerical work for the Red Cross Again this year the .lunlor Red Cross proved Itself one of the most charitable organ lzatlons at S H S TRAVEL CLUB Where shall we go thus year and what mtereshng things shall we see? At the beginning of the year this question was probably asked by members of the Travel Club Were you one of the fortunate members of the travelling Travel Club who attended an Ice follies performance or went to New York? This group of rovnng classmates also enloy short trips In the sprung Will It be Plke s Peak or bust next year? Y' i DEBATING CLUB 'beg' The Debating Club agaln had an actuve year thus tnme wnth Resolved That governmental subsudnes should be granted accordung to need to qualnfled hugh school graduates A model congress at U Conn started the topuc rollnng untra club and unter school debates were cllmaxed by attendung debate con ferences at N Y U and U Conn The club s Chrustmas party and awards banquet proved that nt us not all work and no play Klaus Berliner Presudent Thomas Musante Vlce President Pat rlcla Groves Recording Secretary Rhoda Rosenbluth Carre spondmg Secretary Jane Collms Treasurer Mass Anne Pans Adviser fi o differ' Careful of uma C U IOIIEII mf? IW3 131-11 Rosemary Cwalino, President, Patricia Ambrose, Vice-Presidentg Sandro Glynn, Secretary, Kathy Barry, Treasurer, Miss Helen Foland, Adviser. "Beside that flow of H10 . . The two Sport Clubs at S.H.S. - the Sophomore Girls' Sport Club and the Junior-Senior Girls' Club - participate in similar activities. Throughout the year, members enjoy the teamwork and competition afforded by these clubs. At the final assembly most of the girls are awarded numerals, letters, sweaters, or trophies for their accomplishments in physical education. One of the most beautiful events at S.H.S. is the May Day Coronation which is organized and presented annually by the Sport Club. Surely, the Sport Clubs have added pleasantness to the lives of busy S.H.S. girls. r Donna Foster, President, Roberta Lanese, Vice-President, Phyllis Lalcatos, Secretary, Judith Keenan, Treasurer, Miss Helen Folond, Adviser. 2 ""xvP" ka' . --. -s-1913-1-Q, AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Guided by Mr. Lowell Lippincott, the Amateur Radio Club prepares young "hams" to obtain licenses. Those who are already licensed fur- ther their knowledge by repairing radio sets and by studying short wave communication. Peter Bohn, President, Harold Carter, Vice- President, Robert Harrison, Secretary, John Arsenault, Treasurer, Mr. Lowell Lippin- cott, Adviser. Was it good? BOYS' SPORT CLUB lntramural competition in football, basketball, and baseball forms the program of the Boys' Sport Club. This club provides recreation and competition primarily for boys who do not participate in varsity sports. At the final assembly, trophies are awarded to members of winning teams. Edward Kennedy, President, William Knight, Vice-President, Timothy McCarthy, Sec- retary, Mr. James Penders, Adviser. I-J Q--1 L.N..... sn IMG 1 Edward Carthen Presldent Ronald Parent Treasurer Mr Pat rlck Gregor Advnser N., TL l ,X xg Been wamng long? FILM SERVICE CLUB The modern approach to educatuon by means of an audio vlsuol program IS met In SHS by the members of the Film Servnce Club They can always be found runmng tllms on almost any sublect from geometry to dress making For entertamment and educatnonal value they saw Cmerama nn New York wnth Mr George Pugllsl The candy concession at basketball games and the coat concession at dances help them meet theur tlnancual needs PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Such an actnve Photography Club as we have at SHS' Photo contests held monthly someone ol ways won a prize' A rummage sale provlded money to purchase equlpment tor the darkroom Only a future photographer could appreciate the musnc of poppmg flash bulbs and the seremty of the dark FOOITI Paul Kash President Cormello Matorauo Vnce Presrdent Gene vreve McCormack Secretory Roger Mocey Treasurer Robert Blork George Muller Contest Chalrmen Mass Ruby Wheeler Adviser Patricia Groves Presadent Margaret Barnlsh VncePresldent Mlrla laaksonen Secretary Ellen Wagner Treasurer Mlss Patrlcla Goldshlag Adviser MASQU ERS Those who luke to act and those who luke to work behund the scenes 'om together to form the Masquers Thus year the Masquers produced three one act plays whlch exploited S H S s dramatnc talent Thenr mann event was competing ln the State Drama Feshval for which they also acted as hosts SOPHOMORE DRAMATEERS the Sophomore Dramateers where stage rught and stage left are no longer a puzzle to them Decem ber was a busy month for the Dramateers when To Us a Son was produced successfully These people learn of the complex organization and formance of a play as they develop through an lnstructlve medium mtrncate per thenr talents Paulette Pluro President Sandra Osman Secretary Gerry Murray Ray Adviser Glynn Vice Pre Treasurer Mas T sldent Sue 5 Gretchen A two faced actress Y I -. 6 . 7 . . . , . . . Q , , ,Y S.H.S.'s sophomore actresses are to be found in , I ll ' II ll II - ll ll L .uh 9- V . . , 1-' F C E P PERIOD 4 Yapo Presndent Phyllis Hackett Vlce President ar bara Bolluer Secretar A y nn Grnswold Treasurer Mass Elolse Carter Adviser Pe ro Election Day Actrwtres ...iq W.-..-4-...g CITIZEN EDUCATION PROJ ECT T get an msude vlew of town govern ment, our C EP classes participated un theur first Youth m Government Day Students were nnterned wuth town offlcuals then competed for office Partuclpatuon un electron actuvutues, at tendance at court sessnons, and mtensuve study of the structure of Stratfords town govern ment, highlighted by talks from clvlc leaders helped prepare our cntuzens of tomorrow -an-1, vw C EP, PERIOD 5 Glorua Evans, Presldent J ames Sanders, VlcePresn dent, Jane Collins, Secre tary, James Alken, Treasurer, Mlss EI C olse arter, Advnser ECONOMICS AND LAW C E P Thus year the C E P group of the Economucs and d h S hool Law class untroduced and rmplemente te c Savnng Plan for S H S students Another large scale prolect was to survey the 'ob expernence of the sennor class They also studued the court systems and planned to suggest possuble reorganuzatuon In the state Many nnterestung speakers helped round out a busy year ECONOMICS AND LAW C E P Florence Johnson Cholrman Mr John Olha Adviser .nn-P 1 l Aflffl J' ff cunt s cLus A cup of flour 'A pound of butter a llttle sugar a punch of arsenuc bake and what do you have? A class for boys mterested nn becommg self sufflclent bachelors learmng the art of entertalmng guests cookung and servmg mformal meals and taxlormg men s clothes W L V f 1, ' W and when you vote be sure to ihmlc of '1-. NJ ,hm "1 Roberta Lanese Edntorln Chief Dolores Graham and Barbara Dmeen Co Editors Judy Harvey and Dolores Dubee Feature Editors Patrlcm Groves and Gloria Buddlngton Copy Editors Bunny Malse Layout Editor Aldo Glovonnuccl Art Edltor Duck Robblns Sports Editor Judy Clark Photography Edntor Bob sur-GEWON What s your suggeshon9 Teamwork produces the Clarlon Tabok and Paullne Arldos Column Editors Art Weinstein Buslness Manager Donna Foster Advertlslng Manager Cynthia Bradley Circulation Manager Janet Olsen Exchange Edltor Mr Robert Speer Edltorlal Advlser Mlss Anna Hogan Art Advlser Mrs Ednth Paul Buslness Advlser CLARION A llvely, newsy account of actnvutnes and person alutnes ln the hugh school ns presented monthly un the Clanon Stratford Hugh s newspaper A wmner m the Columbla Journalnsm competltuon, the Clarron runs several popular features such as Around the Cam pus, Vuewnng the Semory and The Questuon of the Month which reflect student oplmon on topncs of Interest ln recent years the Clarton has become a vltal part of school lnfe, eagerly anticipated and read Even Mr Speer reads the Clarion l t I ' ' I 1 I I I ' I I I 1 I I , I I I I I I I I I - I I I , I I I I - I - ,, ,,,. -5-Q . . .. , . 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Af'-ax if-ve R member class Brevrty IS the soul of wrt THE QUILL From inception to the finished publication the Quill is certainly an all school prolect Students in creative writing ing poems stories and articles submitted for publication all the art work is done by students in the art courses and the lay out work and printing is executed in the print shop The Quill sponsors an annual short story contest which has aroused a great deal of enthusiasm and interest in orig mal writing throughout the school The Quill is a publica tion of which Stratford High can well be proud Roberta Lanese Edltorln Chief Henrietta Malse and Linn Kenworthy Assistant Editors .ludy Arnold Circulation Manager Patricia Groves Publicity Manager Andrea Powell Secretary Marge Clark Treasurer Mrs Evelyn Wordell Adviser No that doesnt look right Editor at work n'. lt I I jf , class act as the staft of editors, writing material and judg- I L U E arms ,mu Advertising Manager William Thnessen Business Manager Eleanor Tucciarone S ADVERTISING STAFF Sandra Goddu Joan Porier William Kardos Janice Schilling Velma Landor Eleanor Tucclarone Lawrence O Brien Marlorue Willis Q , 'Q William Thiessen, Advertising Manager 'Q Joel Walker Presndent Richard Brezosky Vlce President Paula Lakatos Secretary Phyllls Lakatos Treasurer Dorothea Squibb and Ellen Wagner Llbrarlans Mr John Meerbach Advuser BAND Behnnd every football or basketball vuctory us our stnmulat ng band which has brought llfe to many a pep assembly The Rock Around the Clock and Shake, Rattle and Roll forma tlons durmg half tame at football games revealed careful plan mng and much practuce Our band also made several dugnnfled appearances the most nmportant beang the presentatnon of theur s enth annual concert at the Shakespeare Theatre Hats off to our hrgh steppmg band' ALL STATE We salute Stratfords outstandmg band and choir members who partlclpated ln the All State Muslc Festuval at Hartford The SHS Color Guard Mr John Meerbach Advuser By uounung the Gurls Chour our gurls have the opportunuty to enuoy sungung Agaun thus year they took part un the Chrustmas and Sprung concerts It do at these annual events SENIOR A CAPPELLA The vouces of sophomores uunuors and senuors combune to form S H S s well known Senuor A Cap pella Chour Accustomed to guvung concerts and broadcasts the chour can often be heard rehearsung for uts next program Performances that hugh lughted the year were the Greater Brudgeport Chrustmas Choral Fes uval the annual Sprung Concert and the State Audutuon Festuval James Sanders Presudent Bruce Reynolds VucePresudent Elea nor Hammermeuster Secretary Rose Mcrue Musunonule Treasurer John Meerbach Advuse ab i P- u . ll ,A yy - 'T .v A , - , U' '13 I W . is always pleasant to see what a good job the glirls Mr. I, ' r.: I I , A 'Q 1 , Ll "Thus we play the fools with the time " Orchids to Miss HG". VARIETY SHOW A pleasant concoction of frothy hits and confectious misses, of confused young ladies and plotting young men, of hi- larious songs and pleasant dances, "Anything Can Happen" took place at I. O. U. college on a dance weekend. There was the usual rivalry for the title of Campus Queen between the Dean's sophisticated niece and the sweet ingenue and a grand finale that left everyone happy and certain that "Anything Can Happen" was the best variety show ever produced at S. H. S. There is nothing like a dame. Arthur Murray shouid take lessons from him! a F N A f A One, two H1 A wolf an sheep s cloihmg VARIETY SHOW CAST Peggy Peggy Burnlsh Bo Robert Brockway Sully Mary lou French Tony Kenneth Hsller v Bcrboro Dedrlck Ronnne Ronald Smnh Churhe Charles Psskuru Professor Alex Rocluewlcz Fecfurlng the Bonnse Lossue Boys and Cynfhua Goodnch Q91 Sweet Snxfeen 'J' -Q Rock and Roll Walrz I ,.,-r ,Q And furlhermore You iusf beHer nor do Qhoif Prmcess Peg I guess Ill have fo change my plan L1 1 .4 r, , 4 N b ' W 'Y. Q f r ' 1 . X x C1 lg ' X 4 A , 1 - Kate Blanca Baphsfa Pervruchio Grumio Lucentio Tramo . , Horfensio Gremlo .. Widow , , One llHle fwo l:Hle fhree llflle pages and a fnend Why can'f you behave? 'E u SENIOR PLAY CAST .. , Rose Marie Misinonile Julie Huclak Roger Macey Harvey Cybul . Ronald Peck Ronald Smith Louis Barmmer Paul Wesel James Sanders Barbara Dedrick Three hard-working servanls Tina, Rosa, Mana "We open in Venice, we nexf play Verona." 2 O . x Five minutes to curtain. Yeth, thir. Right away, thil, ! I dub theeA"Sir Petruchiof' SENIOR PLAY With these introductory lines the seniors succeeded in their first ut with "William" by "Brushing Up Their Shakespeare" in the lively produc- n of CAN'T KISS KATE. The colorful costumes, the decorative backdrops, d the excellent malle-up job were the result of the collaboration and hard rk of all committees. Shakespeare "never had it so good" in Merrie Olde I as in S,H.S.'s modest auditorium. "A group of strolling players are weg no theatre guild attraction are e . . ' ' ' , ' ' ' a . ' .s ,,,.....4' 9 f If 'K 1 ' I, V 5 sv Q 14 ' :' V sz., 4 ' I F' pg D . f. ' vig? F ' I A .r t , ' 2 L5 t gi 2. 4 4 V Q . A qgffg . Q Grumig watches, "l'll not budge on inch " Most Popular Barbara Spry, James Walkley Cutest Paula Lakatos, Joseph Butkovsky Friendliest Barbara Spry, James Walkley Quietest Lynne Powell, Raymond Nelson Class Vocalist Georgette LaCroix, Kenneth Hiller Most Energetic Marsha lsmailoff, Joel Day Done Most for School Barbara Spry, Stanley Lee Class Musician A Eleanor Hammermeister, Joel Walker Best Actor Patricia Groves, Ronald Smith Most Likely to Succeed Barbara Barrows Klaus Berkner Best Looking Barbara Spry, Clifford Kristiansen Class Athlete Gwendolyn Fletcher John Haius Most Obliging James Walkley Roberta Lanese fo -X36 m us al' work Class Clown John Moser, Mary Cleary Best Dressed Alicia Foulk, Pero Yapo Best Student Barbara Barrows, Klaus Berkner Class Author Roberta Lanese, Raymond Nelson Most Collegiate Paula Lakatos, Joel Day Most Courteous Barbara Spry, Richard Robbins Best Dancer Linda Ares, James Sanders and Edward Kennedy ..,1 Class Artists I fs, X Aida Giovanucci, Harry Baldwin Most Dignitied Lynda Van Winkle, Robert Tabak Biggest Giggler Mary Cleary, Raymond Nelson Biggest Flirt Georgette Haskins, John Moser Nicest Smile Barbara Spry, James Wallcley and Richard Robbins Most Carefree Marsha lsmailoff, John Moser Most B0Sl1fUl Barbara Winton, Robert Kuhar 1 A Time is infinite movement without one moment of rest Will he get it? . . . Count Tolstoi Looks like a home runl Y 1 A 'i 1 , . . . ' Q.ff'f, '?':k'.. '-- A 'vh r ,A race wr :me 34 ,VV Here comes the S,H.S. marching band. A.,.. J K ! Will it go in? Joel Day, Captain Q Joe Butlrovsky Cliff Kristiansen John Haius 1 -1 gs! .f"'7 Coach Manning Harvey Assistant Coach Victor Crump FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD Sept. 26 Fairfield Prep ...,... 32 Stratford , . ..... 7 Away Oct. 'I Danbury . ,,..,, .. ,,.. .19 Stratford .,.. 6 Away Oct. 8 Harding ,.... ..,.,, I 9 Stratford ...... 12 Home Oct. 19 Central .. .,,. O Stratford .,.. 26 Away Oct. 22 Norwalk .... ...... 6 Stratford ..........,. 7 Home Oct. 29 Bassick . , ..,, 6 Stratford ..., . ....39 Home Nov. 5 Roger Ludlowe ..,.,, 12 Stratford ,..., ., i3 Away Nov. l2 Bullard Havens ...,, 6 Stratford ..,,.. . .. 25 Home Nov. 24 Milford ..,,........,... 32 Stratford ,..,....,.. 20 Home FOOTBALL After losing the first three games out of four contests, Stratford's North Paraders bounced back to win three in a row. However, their hopes for a winning season were squelched when they fell victim to Milford in a mighty upset on Thanksgiving Day. During the early stages of the season, Stratford seemed to be plagued with a serious case of the iitters and experienced numerous bad breaks. Coach Harvey's boys showed signs of things to come when they fought Harding to a standstill, only to lose the game on an intercepted pass in the last period. The season was highlighted by the Paraders' I3-'I2 victory over highly favored Roger Ludlowe, which placed Stratford first in the district. The Crimson and Gold line, led by all-district guard and captain Joel Day, was rated as one of the best in the state, it was a vital key in Stratford's string of victories. Joe Butkovsky led all Stratford backs in yards gained, his nine touchdowns placed him second in the district for total points. The coaching staff under Manning Harvey once again did a terrific iab, and, although the team's over-all record was only fair, the boys showed their appreciation by presenting plaques to Coaches Harvey and Crump ot the annual football awards assembly. First Row, L. to R.: W. Nakoneczny, E. Gorfy, T. Ambrose, M. Sweeney, A. Capuana, C. Lautz, H. Leap- hart, E. Hester, R. Jankura. Second Row, L. to R.: Coach M. Harvey, J. Haius, G. Wright, R. Kuhar, C. Kristiansen, A. Ritchie, Capt. J. Day, S. Lee, D. Elmendorf, G. Griffith, J. Butkovsky, J. McQuillan, Coach V. Crump. Third Raw, L. to R.: P. Schaaf, I. Smith, T. Robbins, G. Whitcher, B. Lee, J. Nolan, J. Sanders, B. Knoblock, B. Keyser, J. O'Connor, J. Robbins, A. Kachur, Manager L, Dalby. alas. ..- af Q' 9? " 'Ha' ,ws Q - M11-. -T fe: A . i hw' . I , - I H ' A!-Q14-la E s WWE' 1 fa. r .yt .. ggi Bottom, L. to R.: J. Kistner, R. Mellor, Captain W. Knight, R. Vernon, B. Feduik, P. Shirra, P. Kelly, H. Wilson, D. Ferrel, R, Rhon. Second Row, L. to R.: J. Silvestri, Manager, R. Hegi, D. Primavera, G. Wadsworth, E. Helinski, R. Janosko, A. Terwilleger, B. lounsbury, E. Zuscin, J. Primevera, D. Ezzie, B. Bodnar, K. Moscovics, D. Tierney, Coach John F. Bottaro. CROSS COUNTRY Although this year's cross country squad, coached by John Bottaro, had an unsuccessful season as for as victories ga, the training and stamina which the boys developed while running the 215 mile course enabled them to improve as the season came to a close. Sophomore Ray Mellor and veteran captain, Bill Knight, were the outstanding performers of this year's team, and, with only Knight and one other senior graduating, Coach Bottaro will be looking forward to a more successful season next fall. TRACK With a new coach, Mr. John Bottaro, and a large turnout of track hopefuls, the prospects for a successful troclr season look bright for 1956. Veterans who have earned their varsity award and are returning this year are S. Lee, R. Brockway, E. Carthen, and J. Butkovslcy. Newcomers who have shown promise to date are Bill Knight and Ray Mellor, both of whom were outstanding on the cross country team in the full. all xi T Wifi s"c ' 5 r cu . , Ed travels in leaps and bounds. Bottom, L. to R.: J. Butlcovslxy, J. Buchovich, E. Carthen, B. Keyser, R. Alves, R, Mellor. Second row: P. Kelly, W. Naka- neczy, B. McCarthy, E. Zuscin, R. Shirra, J. Day, B. Feduilc, Coach Bottaro. Third row: Manager T, Tamborra, R. Kahle, J. Kloselc, R. Brockway, T. Griffith, Manager J. Silvestri, missing from picture, S. lee, Varsity Coach Raymond Needham VARSITY BASKETBALL x s, Ts 13 Z l Front, l.. to R.: R. Marinaccio, J. Walkley, J. McQuillan, L. Horner, R. Ross. Back, L. to R.: Co-Captain J. Haius, T. Robinson, T, Keller, Co-Captain J. Klosek, P. Greenwood, J. Walker, B. Galik. BASKETBALL As has been the custom at Stratford for the past 5 or 6 years, the North Paroders, under Coach Ray Needham, once again came through a highly successful season with T4 wins ond only 4 setbacks. Paced by sharpshooting Jim Klosek and eagle-eyed Lou Horner, this year's squad started shakily, but swept through all opposition to become the champions of the newly-formed M.B.l.A.C. league. Backing up Horner and Klosek were dependable rebound- ers and shooters Johnny Haius and Pete Greenwood and spark plug guard and floor general, Jim Walkley. Both Horner and Klosek were voted to the All District Team. Several talented iuniors and sophomores were developed under coach Needham this year. The boys expected to see con- siderable action next year are Ted Robinson, Ted Keller, Larry Lozaro, Jim McQuillan, and Dick Ross. Lost through graduation are co-captains John Hajus and Jim Klosek, Bruce Galik, Russ Belinski, Joel Walker, Jack McClure, and Jim Walkley. 1- 4 X X, de 5 -.1 J: Q 'Z' Ismael" 1' J.V. Coach George Vitelli J.V. BASKETBALL Front, L. to R.: T. Johnson, J. Nolan, L. Lozaro, R, Marinaccio, R. Johnson, W. Nakoneczny. Back, L. to R.: C. Govvia, J. McQuillan, T. Robinson, Coach G. Vifelli, T. Keller, D. Ross, K. Corba. Missing, M. Sweeney, Captain. 3 N hm doesnt have to stand on a ox Co Captarn Jim Klosek 22224 BASKETBALL SCOREBOARD ec FarrGeld Prep Danbury Danbury Alumnr Faurfteld Prep St Mary an R Ludlowe B Havens Central Mrlford Harding Bassnck R Ludlowe e B Havens Central Mrlford Harding Basslck Too late' Co Captain John Hagus Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Home Home Away Home Home Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Away Home Away Away Home Home Opposrtronl A maghty try by Kloselr and frtend Crabby, aren't they? 5 Captain Bob Young Pretty good huh coach? First row I. to R R Primavera E Watche G Salerno H Wilson R Peterson Second row L to R Coach A Dlaslo Coach V Crump H Cybul R Brockway T Ambrose T Shirra W Lesneskl P Wesel Capt Young C Lay T :rd row L to R R Rahn F lesheskl F Schiller J Robbins R Keyser B Davenport T LaCroix R Taylor B Wesel T Boynton Dec Dec an an an an an on e e e e e SWIMMING SCOREBOARD Amity Regional Bullard Havens Hamden Central East Haven Hillhouse Cheshire Naugatuck Wilbur Cross Greenwich Westport Hopkins Grammar Hardmg OH to beat the clock. Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford SWIMMING One of the most up and coming sports at Stratford Hugh is Coach Vic Crumps swim ming team Captalned by senior Bob Young, this years squad captured the MBIAC championship and participated in the State Championship Meet in New Haven All school records were broken by this years team, mcludmg the 160 yard medley relay and the IOO yard freestyle Composed largely of sophomores and lunlors the team s prospects for future sea sons look very bright Our boys hope that someday they will be swimming in their own pool. Seniors who will graduate this June are J. Robbins, R. Young, R. Brockway, P. Wesel, and H. Cybul. BOWLING L. to R.: Coach Earl Flagg, R. Hegi, R. Artymowski, R. Kuhar, W. Kavdos, D. Tierney, Captain G. Gray. GOLF This years golf team is looking forward to a very profitable season with Captain Dean Foster and return mg leaders Clit? Krlstiansen and Bob Oseau Newcom ers such as Richard Marinacclo and Bob Cole have great possibilities to help Coach Earl Flagg s team take District laurels to R R Oseau R Cole C Krlstlansen S Burial: R Ca er Coach E Flagg Being a minor sport, bowling receives little deserved recognition, but this year's team showed marked improvement over the '55 squad. They finished with a record of 15 wins and 21 losses which placed them fourth in the district. Coach Earl Flagg's standouts were Bob Hegi with a 101 average and Bob Kuhar with an average of 107. Better luck next time! Concentration is helpful Z1 ir Gott Captain Dean Foster l.. .: . , . , . ' ' , . ' , . tt , l X .. te - - --' - ---Q T 1 .- , . ' . ij 'gk A ' ...I N .W , vl- JW A U Flrst row L to R G Goodchtld J Pappas W Murray l Cullen L Lasaro C Nuese T Baradl Second row L to R Manager E Bnebel H Cybul E MacMaugl1 J Walkley R Ross L Horner C Gouvla Manager W Kardos rd row L to R W Faher J Halus C Honnfuus Nolan R April 20 April 24 April 27 May ll May 'l5 May 18 May 22 May 25 May 29 Coach James Penders Kuhar Coach James Penders BASEBALL SCHEDULE Stratford at Central Stratford at Harding Milford at Stratford May l Stratford at Bullard Havens May 4 Basstclc at Stratford May 8 Fairfield Prep at Stratford Stratford at Roger Ludlowe Central at Stratford Harding at Stratford Stratford at Milford Bullard Havens at Stratford Stratford at Basslclr ag May 31 Stratford at Fairfield Prep June 5 Roger Ludlowe at Stratford BASEBALL Last year Coach Jim Penders baseball team captured its seventh district championship m the last eight years As defending champions, this years team will try to stay at the top Their chances of success are great since seven veterans including Captain Irv Cullen, John Halus Bob Cole, Bull Murray, .hm Walkley Harvey Cybul Lou Horner and Bob Kuhar are returning The infield should be in good shape with a probable line up of Halus at first, Murray at second Walk ley at short, and Captain Cullen at third Likely starters in the outfield are Cole and Kuhar The mound duties will probably go to two sport star Lou Horner and newcomer Duck Ross Based on previous performances we may expect another fine team and probably another district title Wfmki --la Sf' 453 C -3 by E 'NK "-s lib. 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'Hn L to R Betty Jane Church Pat Jackson Bertne Lanese Gall Lewis Mary Rlvnyak Joyce Goodman Cynthna Bradley Malorette Carole Jankura TWIRLERS At football games and assemblies our twlrlers can be seen adding zest and preclsnon to the band routmes Theur snappy uniforms and mtncate steps Malorene show careful preparatson and represent many hours of practlce Ccfole J""lW"" appreclafe7 Who do w The SHS Cheerleaders' row L o R E Cocca J Keenan E Chisholm M Prat B Shlrolcy lsmauloff E Gerte M Perrellu N Glowatsky Front row L to R Co Captains Marlanne Tomaslco and Cindy Carsten CHEERLEADERS Busy and full of pep are SH S s cheerleaders They are kept constantly on the move by cheernng at assemblies and at football and basketball games Under the watchful eye of Teach Foland they do a terrific lob of mauntaunmg the spnrnt of S H S l f t I, y 1 I .il , 4 J 3 .IG p X .il fi! , . . . . 5 ' ': I I I I I I , . .-,Q LW wt' I . 5. 2, 4, 6, 8, - e r s. Q Back , . 7 .1 . , . , . ' , . f, . ' , M. 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LUF OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS First faculty adviser to the LOG 1927 Senlor class adviser Chaperone on Washington and N Y trips Administrator of original school savings plan Founder of O F F in 1935 Organizer of Try out Course in Bussness Education published In Connecticut Business Education Handbook Lecturer on above subgect at request of Mr P Boyn ton of the State Department of Education Co author of Unit Planning In Establishing Tran scrlption Oblectlves Author of Curriculum Building Based on Connecticut Resources published in JOURNAL OF BUSI NESS EDUCATION Instugator of Office Observation Week MRS LLYNOLA CURTIS To Mrs. Llynola Curtis head of the Business Edu- cation Department who is saying farewell to Strat- ford High School this year the Class of 56 pauses for a moment in salute. Once the only member of the business department Mrs. Curtis can well look back with pride over the forty-three years in which she has built up the department into one that com- mands statewide respect and recognition. In 1918 there were two faculty members teaching business subjects at double sessions in the old Center School. Today Mrs. Curtis is the head of a depart- ment numbering eight full-time teachers-probably ten next year-a department that boasts the newest in modern office machines and up-to-date tech- niques. All this is a far cry from teaching fourth grade in the morning, supervising penmanship in schools all over town, and managing "cookie sales" in the days when the graduating classes went to Washington during Easter vacation. Augmenting her undergraduate work at Bay Path Institute Mrs. Curtis has studied at Yale and New Britain Teachers College summer sessions and has taken extension courses at N.Y.U. and Columbia. She has kept abreast of modern business methods introducing the valuable office observation week in which all senior business students participate. Graduates from the Business Education course at Stratford High are greatly in demand by area businessmen, and excellent public relations exist be- tween the high school and local industry. Mrs. Curtis emphatically affirms her faith and be- lief in the young people of today. She feels they have very definite ideals and high moral standards and are perhaps a great deal more mature and realistic in their attitude toward the world than were their parents and grandparents. "They are as worth- while as the young people were years ago - and often smarter!" Q01 4011020 40'-0'-0-'-011010 MICHAEL C ANTON MD 2390 Mam Street Stratford Conn ALLAN D ASHCROFT MD 3557 Mam Street Stratford Conn BANNON 81 ANTINOZZI ARCHITECTS 2503 Mam Street Stratford Conn BARNUM AVENUE MOTORS INC 1785 Barnum Avenue Stratford Conn BRODIE DRUG CO INC 1889 Mam Street Stratford Conn COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 1305 Stratford Avenue Stratford Conn DUCHESS DINER 1000 Stratford Avenue Stratford Conn EMIL S CITIES SERVICE STATION 1030 Stratford Ave 8: Hard s Corner Stratford Conn PAUL C FISCHER DDS 3557 Mam Street Stratford Conn COMPLIMENTS OF GARFIELD S GOLDS DELICATESSEN INC Falrfield Conn Stratford Conn COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND 0-0-102' C E HABERLIN MD 2944 Mam Street Stratford Conn HOUSATONIC LAND 8: TITLE CO Oscar and Malda Peterson ROBERT S HUDAK CHIROPODIST 2692 Mam Street Stratford Conn JOE s MARKET 1615 Stratford Avenue Stratford Conn JOHNNIE S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 1585 Barnum Avenue Stratford Conn RUSSELL W JOHNSON OPTOMETRIST 2415 Mam Street Stratford Conn 15 Woodend Road Stratford Conn MR 8: MRS WILLIAM MCDONALD MERCU RIO MARKET 1800 Stratford Avenue Stratford Conn NAN JONES GIFT SHOP 3698 Mam Street Stratford Conn NATIONAL RADIO 81 TELEVISION 2225 Barnum Avenue Stratford Conn NEALS BARBER SHOP 1206 Stratford Avenue Stratford Conn PAPPAS SHOE STORE 2396 Mam Street Stratford Conn K 9 COURTNEY RADIO 8: TELEVISION CO. 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HAMILTON'S PHARMACY C,,,,,,,,i,,,e,,,s of Q x . 115 40:0-'afowo-to STEVE S MARKET Complete Food Store Corner South Avenue and Mam Street Stratford Connecncut TED S SERVICE STATION Range and Fuel Oils Phone ED 7 6414 2253 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectlcut MONUMENT MOTORS Phone ED 7 7582 2200 Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecttcut AHERNS INC DAIRY BAR Famous for Frozen Desserts and Snacks Beyond the Bndgeport Anrport Stratford Connecucut Compliments of TOWNE RESTAURANT INC 1907 Mam Street Stratford Connectncut Compliments of AL S BARBER SHOP 1880 Mam Street Stratford Connecncut Complnments of Casey s Sunoco Servxce Statlon 1725 Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecncut BIEBEL FUEL Heatmg Oils O11 Burner Sales 8: Serwce 243 Jefferson Street KELMAN ,gr SQNS WATSONS DEPARTMENT STORE Phone ED 7 1056 1174 East Mam Street Phone ED 6-3584 2381 Mam Street Stratford Connectncut Brtdgeport Connectncut DOBBY S MEN S SHOP GANN DEPARTMENT STORE INC Stratford Center Phone ED 7 9447 2393 Mam Street Stratford Connecttcut Stratford Connecticut Stratford Automotlve SCIIVICC NEAL S DRUG STORE Auto Radiator Repairing 1 Woodend Road phOne DR 3 3842 Phone ED 7 7860 1574 Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecticut Stratford Connectncut PENGUIN FOOD SHOP COMMUNITY PHARMACY Phone ED 7 7542 Servmg l ordrbnp Phone DR 8 3313 348 Stratford Road Stratford Connecttcut 350 Stratford Road Stratford Conneargug 0l0N0' l P , - , 1 , . 3 1 3 l , . , . . 7 , c 1 M . 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'I I6 -10-10:-0f0w0x0 Comphments of LORDSHIP EATHERS CLUB Complnments of MANNING MAXWELL MOORE INC Stratford Connectlcut TOWN HALL PAINT SHOP Opposxte the Town Hall Pazntx Wallpaper Supplzes Pamt IS our Busmess Not Our Sldellne 2740 MAIN STREET Phone ED 7 2575 Stratford Connectxcut Complnments of PATERSON STEEL 81 FORGE CO 1410 STRATFORD AVENUE Stratford Connecticut 1703 STRATFORD AVENUE Phone ED 7 3309 '01 Wxth Branch Stores at 3608 MAIN STREET all 401520 '02 2408 MAIN STREET Stratford Connectlcut Complnments of TILO ROOFING CO INC Stratford Connectxcut 0102-0' Establnshed 1918 Furmlure Movm g Furmture Storage Furmture Sales Stratford Connectncut CONTRACT PLATING CO 540 LONGBROOK AVENUE Stratford Connecticut X 9 , 81 PAJE BAKER5, INC- DEROSIER STORAGE Co. d . 6 X 117 40K0"040N0"-0 0N0 RYAN JEWELERS 1000 Main St Bridgeport 3 Conn FO 7 9811 2406 Main St Stratford Conn ED 7 2289 jewelers and Szlversmztbs -I MARIO Graduate Gemologist We are authorized agents for the following watches Hamilton Elgin Longines Wittnauer Universal Geneva Bulova Benrus etc Fine China By Royal jackson and Franconian Sterling Silver By International Crystal By Val St Lambert and Tiffin Come in and ask about our club plan on china crystal and sterling Compliments of THE BAIRD MACHINE COMPANY S STRATFORD CONN 10 H4 ibn' Neff' Real Estate Mortgage Loans B R D 9 HENRY W PERRAULT AGENCY Insurance Manufacturers of Automatic Chucking Lathes Multiple Transfer Presses Wire Forming Machines 2758 MAIN STREET Tumbling Equipment Beaver Riding Tractors ED 7 4353 Employment Opportunities for Stratford Connecticut Draftsmen Machme and Tool Designers Machinists and Toolmakers Oflice Workers -0'10"?' H8 x 9 D -1 ' 7 '9 ' . -1 1 -9 ' ' 9 . 9 l 9 . ' i 9 . 9 1 7 7 ' . . , , . l 5 Convenient budget terms, at no additional cost. , . I I Q 9 Aizzaueif Q! Il ' ' 7 6 x . 40'N0"'0-f0K0'l0 LASKER S ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION 1085 STRATFORD AVENUE ED 7 9131 Stratford Connectxcut THE ELLSWORTH STEEL 8: SUPPLY CO 1483 STRATFORD AVENUE Stratford Connecticut Dzstrzbutors Industrial Supplzes Gravely Garden Tractors Sales and Serwce Telephone Brndgeport ED1son 7 3317 Sw ff I 57 1T?i, , r Q 5 trml Seagal ,gif--"'5E.T., CLEANERS IAE-PIAN TAILORS EASTON SNOW S FARM CONN A it llll 5. I I I 9 P ...,.3 Drmk the Mzlk Wztb the Cream Flavor Phone AM 8 1138 0-10-for 119 Y. N., . , .L , , , . C. 1 , . I ' I k.."Qff-K 1 ,:' , - , ' W, 1, ' . I 7 I : . , . - 'y 1' ,' ' ,Lf . .-, X ' C , 1'-' f w xxx f V' off, fr XIX ,YAP ,, , -H 74 W f , L. ' FX' frffcfk 4 ff . ' U fe N :J I 'T 'fi f , 1 ' 1, f W , ,,-f '-', KK ' 4 , . 1 ' 4' f" tjobx ' ' 1 . ' Agl I-XF fl l CJ XF K - in L I Wi' QQ, 4 K ' " ' A Ex' I, " 5 . 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" '-"" 3 0 on lg Qll'D0t'IU u 63:5 ' - v ..... - " ,,.,- ' ' ' f k - ...--.-. -f0w0l0-'0M0"0 OLSEN MARINE COMPANY 76 FERRY BLVD., ROUTE 1 Phone ED 7-7583 STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT EVINRUDE OUTBOARD MOTORS Sales Servnce Parts THOMPSON OUTBOARD BOATS MASTERCRAFT BOAT AND CAMP TRAILERS Sales 8: Parts DURATECH ALUMINUM BOATS ROBERTS BOAT KITS COMPLETE MARINE SUPPLIES Llghtnmg Thnstle Comet 8: Blue Jay Saxl Boats And Klts PALMER MARINE ENGINES LEHMAN MARINE ENGINE CONVERSIONS WATER SKIS AQUAPLANES LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT -0-010' 120 9 y v 1 wz Z7W :lIlWW WWf zsfifif la STRATFORD FOOD CENTER 11 WOODEND ROAD STRATFORD CONN Phone DR 8 0541 HY WAY GARAGE 999 STRATFORD AVE Phone ED 7 1640 Stratford Conn CUTRUFELLO S CREAMERY INC Manufacturers of Ice Cream and Italian Cheeses Cheeses Used in Making Pizza Pies, Lasagna, Ravioli Ice Cream for All Occasions Parties, Banquets, etc. Ice Cream Cakes for Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc. Stop in for a Delightful Sundae or Soda at our Fountain Phone: DRexel 8 2651 1398 BARNUM AVENUE STRATFORD, CONN 0-'0w0v 'I22 A i qw l K nf ' K ,I , 1912- " DEH y , -, I " , N Q . , ' . 5 vi A' A V , , 4 I W , . " I . 1: 1,8211 f ..- , . , , U 40V-0201-001010 OPPORTUNITY You the Class of 1956 have reached the crossroad 1n your career The route that you take will pattern your hfe through the declslons you must soon make The free enterprxse system offers the youth of America many op portunltxes Take advantage of these opportunltles w1l1 find a contmued lane of hard work determmatlon and study 1n an effort to have your opportunity become a reahty Yours for a successful future DIVISION of Raybestos Manhattan Inc Stratford Connectlcut 0'0's0Y IRQ' 123 9 7 . ' Whether you continue your education or seek employment, you . . , . . , . - , , 9 X 61610 4016210 DC? Q B 8: H RAPHAEL PANIKOFF, Inc M Your School R1n gs School 8: College Rmgs 81 P1ns Fraternal 8: Ins1gn1a ewelry Troph1es Medals Awards Presentauon G1ftS 37 BROADWAY NEW HAVEN CONN E blhd 89 P LO t27729 124 9 -awowada-wa-afowonoa-0.wna40w-awwoawwo When it Comes to uality Come To: Manufacturing jewelers O akers of: , 0 sta is e 18 hone cus - 00wa0wao AERIAL VIEW OF STRATFORD PLANT Q I-HCQITII ng DIVISION - MANurAcrumNc CORPORATl0N'STRATFORD, connscncur RECIPROCATING ENGINES 0 GAS TURBINE ENGINES 0 JET ENGINE COMPONENTS 125 HENDERSON CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE CO 2785 MAIN STREET PHONE DR 8-2624 STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT 126 ff 3.55525-' Efgfffnl 1311322 ll . 1 I dlrect sales personal service orfgmal layouts art service retouchlng composmon mechanlcals halftone and lme negatives film and plate stnppmg plate makmg offset prmtmg folding complete bmdery servlce packaging delivery t. o'toole and sons, inc stamford, connecticut stamford davns 4 9226 new york melrose 5 4112 ,- 1, if ik .q 1. g 1 IF' ' " .,,o-'W I 10100-1 E gg A . . 9 Q ull'-'SH vullsiznv , . ...- ' -.- -1 . . . U . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 O . . o INDEX Administration, 4-5 All-State, 90 A Cappella, 91 Amateur Radio Club, 819 Art Club, 71 Art Department 9 Athletic Association 64 Band 90 Basketball 104-105 Bowlin 107 Boys Sport Club 81 Business Department Cheerleaders 109 Chefs Club 85 Citizen Education Prolect 84 Clarion 86 Class Characteristics 96 97 Class Colors 13 Class Flower 13 Class Motto 13 Clerical Practice Club 69 Crump Mr Victor 14 Curtis Mrs Llynola 112 Debating Club 79 Economics and Law C E P 85 English Department 8 Film Service Club 82 Football 100102 Future Nurses of America 77 Future Teachers of America 76 Girls Choir 91 Girls Sport Club 85 Goyette Miss lmelda 5 Hallguards 71 HI C s 70 History Department 7 Homemakmg Department 10 APPRECIATION There are always many factors contributing to a successful progect This being true in the case of the yearbook the 1956 Log staff wishes to express its appreciation to the faculty advisers Mrs McCracken and Miss Hogan the printers representative M Jack Brown and our photographers representatives Mr Jacobs Mr Avaklan Mr Little and their staff Again the school administration and the faculty are to be thanked for their wonderful cooperation and certainly our advertisers for their financial assist ance Without them our yearbook could never have materialized Industrial Arts Department, 10 Junior Class Officers, 52 Junior Homerooms, 53-59 Junior Red Cross, 78 J.S.C.'s, 70 ' Language Department 8 Latin Club 72 Leaders Club 66 Library Club 73 Log Staff 88-89 Masquers 83 Music Department 9 National Honor Society O F F 68 Office Staff 11 Photography Club 82 Physical Education Departmen Publicity Club 66 Quill 87 Radio Club 77 Science Department 6 Senex 65 Senior Play 94 95 Service Corps 68 Sophomore Class Officers 61 Sophomore Dramateers 83 Sophomore Girls Sport Club 80 Spanish Club 72 Stage Crew 73 Stenographic Pool 69 Student Council 64 Travel Club 77 Trl HI Y 74 75 Twirlers 109 Ushers Guild 67 Variety Show 92 93 PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS We wish to thank Loring Studios for the greater part of the photography reproduced in this book To Miss Wheeler and members of the Photography Club Carmella Matarazzo Harvey Morehouse and Roger Macey and to Dave Whitham of THE STRAT FORD NEWS we are indebted for Princess Peg p 93 The Three Girls p 94 group candid p 94 Rose and Harvey p 95 Mr Needham p 104 Mr Vitellu p 104 JV basketball p 104 basketball candid p 105 Jim Klosek p 105 John Halus p 105 and the golf team p 107 I 1 1 I I I 1 ' I 1 6, , I I I , 7 , , ' ' , 65 I , . . ., I I 1 1 1 I , - t, 1 'I 1 I . 1 1 I 1 1 I I . 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