Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

 - Class of 1958

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J, L-R3 - nf?"-Q 9532. iid I A V 0 1 . 3 - . 4 H gf, ,an ..,.. f ' Y..-gh' V-. N 4 I K Q J ' H f' ' ' f1:iw"""' -vi f- ga fM""'., .. , 4.8 ? 4.4 I ' 1 , ' ' 4 ? ' 4 ? Q?-A ' 4 .Qi I 'n "K I .Q I gf. y-.5 - ,W anuifwvsr ' fi . :AQ i N OUR SCHOOL IN OUR TOWN We, the Seniors of Stratford High School, came from all corners of OUR TOWN. We live on the shores of Lord- ship or the hills of Putney, the busy sec- tions of Broadbridge Avenue or the banks of the Housatonic. We travel far or walk iust a short distance to come to this school. But all of us are equally proud of Stratford High and of OUR TOWN - Stratford, Connecticut. Our town is a town rich in historical tradition, dating back to 1639. Atop the steeple of one of the oldest churches of OUR TOWN sits a golden rooster, a weathervane which has been predicting the weather for 250 years and stands as a symbol of the heritage and spirit of OUR TOWN. It has seen the years pass beneath it and bears the scars of Revo- lutionary bullets as a mute testimonial to its age. Now we students pass by this historic landmark, bookladen, on our way to the high school. Our high school is in the center of OUR TOWN - a town which has the dis- tinction of housing the American Shakes- peare Festival Theatre and Academy. ln addition to that, we once harbored the greatest oyster industry in the nation. We also have our witch, who, tradition says, left her fingerprints on a rock on West Broad Street when she was dragged away to be hanged. We have our leg- endary romance which vies with Cinder- ella for the happy ending it brought to Glorianna Fulsom Sterling. We were the home of William Samuel Johnson, educa- tor and signer of the Delaration of ln- dependence, David Wooster, of Revolu- tionary fame, and Augusta Seaman, novelist. ,r X . 'v 5' . . p '. xi' .I F, - Y -rg 1,1 Qx . gr 1 ' "1 1. , I . 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But the character of Stratford is changing - its landscape becoming un- familiar because of the new Throughway running through our backyard. Where for many years Moses Wheeler carried all freight, animals, and people back and forth across the Housatonic River, now four great bridges span the water, carrying cars, trains, and trucks speedily on their way. We have very modern housing developments where formerly white colonial houses stood. We have a movie theater, many well- stocked stores, a beautiful Town Hall, and several major industries as well as many smaller local man- ufacturing concerns. Yes, we are a metropolitan town now, only a scant sixty miles from New York City and a scanter twenty from New Haven. OUR TOWN is growing all the time, but it will probably always retain that small-town atmosphere, iust as our school will always have that close-knit feeling. As we look back through the pages of this year- book many years from now, we will fondly remember that wonderful feeling and cherish our days in Strat- ford High School. Population l670 Strong! We have education enough for This is our high school principal, MR. DONALD K, FOWLER. He's been at Stratford high for some years now and has seen a lot ot young people go on to college and work and marriage. He knows young people pretty well and after all these years he still likes 'em. E Q., be foe ,I x..-? in our town- everyone. This is MR. EDWIN COX, Superin- tendent of Stratford Schools. He's seen a lot of new schools go up since he came to Stratford three years ago and he's planning even more, including another high school. He is a very likable man and takes an avid interest in everything that goes on in our community. 1' Stratford High's "guiding" light MISS RUTH CUNNINGHAM has al ways been a friend as well as a counselor to the students of our school MR. J. OLIVER CARSON, Assist- ant Superintendent of Schools, is a sane and level-headed ed- ucator with a wonderful sense of humor. 7 STRATFORD IS A PRETTY TOWN The rocky shores of Lordship ,4 F O , Mp, , f -- 6 r A Y , V'-W , V wif, My 6 ' I 4, 'H 3 s rf 2 '. '4 r iw I 'n tg. N Is there any culture in Stratford, Connecticut? Yes, we are proud to reply, there is! We have the American Shakespeare Festival Theatre and Academy, the Stratford His- torical Society, a series of concerts, an ama- teur theatrical group, and several amateur musical groups. What kind of government do we have in Our Town? We have a town manager form of gov- ernment. The people are represented by a ten-man council. The governing body of the school, the Student Council, meets here as well as the governing body of the town. 3 , 5 0 .1 .2 33 -1: I 3 "6 o C 0 0 4 , V , 1 . . , , , ,- 2 Q Q X - 1 ' . . :rf 'I A ' 9 -, 4-, .l , .- V 1 '7 2-rl' ff' L.-f . ' I . Q , q. . . , , ' Qu '9. 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Now that Miss Riley again guides us as our senior advisor, we know that beneath her charm there is also efficiency and an example of self-discipline. To us she embodies the spirit of Strat- ford High-its warmth, its friend- liness, and its high standards. 0-f' l ANDREW TERWILLIGER Class President MARION LANGSTON Vice-President 12 Gof'4, MR. JOSEPH CLARK Mr. Clark, our iunior class ad- viser, by taking an active inter- est in everything we did, helped to make our iunior year a big success. Rings in October! Mid- years! Term papers! The Mardi Gras! A class motto! A class flower! How could we forget our junior year - or Mr. Clark? L. 'CN f A A ws 1 X .3 f, A 7 - , if Q' pai I KATHLEEN BARRY Class Secretary NATALIE GLOWATSKY Class Treasurer I3 15 Y if N 'ti "-' cam THE ARRIVAL OF SENIOR HATS IS A BIG DAY' . .J YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU' but we'II fake Ihe memory of Richard Wofche, Rich ard Brown, cmd Pczulefte Pjuro in The senior ploy. 14 I X W L,si KINTUPS IS THE STELLAR ATTRACTION OF THE SENIOR DANCE D M 1 J' E TV.. A i in E 'ff Q 19 -3 E , M 'f E 1 . ' x ' 'lv ima , 9 ' it I an M f is if Y i E, if t ' 1 i M 6, ll To quoie Mr. omiion, r. Connors, Miss Riley, ond Miss Paris, "Oh, to be ca senior again!" W" 15 THE SENIOR COUNCIL The Senior Council is com- posed of delegates represent- ing each senior homeroom. The Council works to promote unity in the class, to plan social activities, and to earn senior privileges. Senior hats and pins were purchased early in the yearg the senior dance was a great successg the senior play was promoted by the Council. Its members have helped to make '58 a year to be remembered. THE SENIOR COUNCIL WORKS 'Q' I v- - I I X 1. , ' ' 'I 'J' . V n 2 w . pn: .ix .5 RN. , v " "Strip into mywbffitblfim Q s'N.,s ' - ' ' Q ww .N Q I :V " x 4 N, 5, l. 1 .9 fd I . LQ 5,4 gt 1 4,-v F SUSAN E ALLEN ue 337 Housatomc Avenue Whatever us worth donng us worth doung well Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Home room Vlce Presndent 4 Clarxon 3 4 FTA 2 4 AA Representative 4 Student Councnl Alternate 4 Varzety Show 3 CAROL A ALLING Mabe 37 Success Park The smnle of trnendshnp shunes through nd 2 3 4 H C Transferred from Central 1956 ELLEN T. ACHTMEYER "Eaphy" 383 Woodstock Avenue Snnceruty has a charm all nts own Gurls Sports Club 2 3 4 F N A 2 3 4 A Cappella Cholr2 3 4 VIVIAN R AGIUS Vlvn 160 Abram Street She has a quuet charm and dug mty all her own O F F 4 Secretary of Homeroom Transferred from Hardung DAVID W AIKEN Spunky 135 Thornberg Street He sets the femmme hearts afnre Variety Show 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Cross Country 4 Homeroom Vice President 4 C E P 4 Boys Sports Club 4 Senior Play 4 P 2" R inn T7 fi. JOHN R. ALVES "Curly" 13 Hull Court A downrught uprrght allAmer :can fellow Student Councnl 2 Football 2 Track 2 3 4 PATRICIA A AMBROSE a 125 Laurel Street Personality Alertness and Talent sum up PAT Gnrls Sports Club 2 Vnce Pres :dent 3 4 Homeroom Te sur Dramatnc Club 2 all ww Wear il' DIANA J ANDREWS Sparky 1395 Cutsprlng Road She has the abulvty to attaun suc cess Junior Red Cross 2 FRANCES M ANDRISO Franny 132 Hugh Park Avenue Nenther hurrnes nor worrles l ways has that carefree our Guls Sports Club 2 Varlety Show 4 Tru Hu Y 2 4 Twurlers 4 Photo graphy Club 2 L 1 9 N Mann Str et s rkle to every occasnon C onr 3 4 1 r Clu 4 TrlHl mateers 2 Variety Show 3 4 I s E ' - 1 , , , I . Q ' x ' ' , I A .S 5 . X X X ., Q, 'yffgjyra ' . I .N ,,t, 1 p- 'vi .4 ' V H l GH i ls 5,7 HP 'H . 4' . 3, Tri-bla-wr 2, 3, 4, fe 0' ' I ' 2 5 PY 5 'y X " .lffg fjw tl Aj! 1- . YQ N H L - ' ,J A J S , yy ' ' It il A M ' , 1 If N 7 Vw V' l A - J Jn ' uso ,t H H xl ' 1 Yu r ' e so . . . 4 6, m I .J l 7 1 M al la 11 ' , 5 G'rls' 'l 7 l V I l , Ch r 23 t b 5 'V '-Y 25 I . l lv I 1 - lf P- A .7123 :fQ"Z'? - A Us H , 1 fa . . , I ou Bc ,U , g I 's 4. I '. 2 I I I , in 19 - , L JUDITH C. ARNOLD "Judy" 158 Peters Lane Creative and versatile when it comes to writing. Girls' Sports Club 2, 31 Masquers 3, Vice-President 4, N.H,S. 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, Stage Crew 3, 41 Homeroom Vice-President 21 Clar- ion 3 Asst Editor 4- Quill Staff Circulation Manager 2. ROBERT C ARTYMOWSKI Harpo 75 Noble Street lf Its wlthln has power to help he will and gladly 2 3 4 Chiefs Clu Football Manager 3 4 JOAN M ASPINWALL Joni 335 Woodstock Avenue For what is pleasant without ove and laughter? FNA 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Log Advertising Staff 4 Variety Shaw 4 Art Club 4 Q' JUDITH M ATANASOFF 403 Greenfield Avenue Ambition has no rest! F N A 4 Girls Sports Club 4 Transferred from Harding 1956 ERNEST F BARBERIO Ernie 70 Glenfield Avenue He s the most happy fella Football 2 3 4 Homeroom Pres :dent 3 4 Baseball 2 4 HIY 3 4 Varsity Letterman 4 Ha Guard 4 RAYMOND A. BARDINELLI "Alfred" 745 Stratford Road A pleasant smile and a friendly personality are always attributes. ALLAN G BARROWS .IR Oakland Street Much he has undertaken much he has accomplished N H S 3 4 C E P Vice President 4 A Cappella 4 KATHLEEN M BARRY Kathy 520 Hemlock Street Perseverance brings success Class Secretary 2 3 4 Ushers Gld 3 4 NHS 3 4 Treas urer 2 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Variety Show 3 4 Student Coun cal representative 3 Log Art Staff 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 U 'at 1: " 'K .Z . , I ,.,1,,,f,... 2 1Lg,,.qf...,H' V 'f R I it-an N- GEORGE W BASHER 28 Knowlton Street Hes sincere and calm in every situation Intramural Basketball 2 3 FRANK BASSO Fran 582 Calafornla Street Carefree and gay a worry never sets him astray AVA 4 Chefs CIub4 1 , f 1 1 1 1 . , . H H nAIn 'V 235 M i y 1 ., . . . 7 V - I a 4 1 V 4 V Hihy I I F - 1 b 3: . . . , 5 . . . - I . 1 . 11 11 11 .11 me A ' f I 1 1 I I ul 1 I . . . , 1 - . 1 'V 'I F ' 1 2 1 . . . , , 1 I. X Y ' I I - 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' I A I F ' , : , V A Q 1 X 3, 4. if , ' ' gr' ffjudyff "George" n -, . I , . . . . . I . I 1 ' 1 - ' ' 11 - 11 'A ' 11 ku 1 11 11 1 1 : - I , 1- , X A 1. . - ' L : : ll , - ' - 7 - 'ip T57 'va ffffgu ,gnQ ll 'W' L2f'l'? be 'Yr-'fl' MADELAINE M BELAIR Madge 50 Homecrest Avenue Dont you thunk we surprised our mother? Glrls Sports Club 3 4 Clerrcal Practice Club 3 HI C s 4 Travel C u 3 4 Trl Hr Y 4 MARGARET M BELINSKI Peggy 303 Bruce Avenue Peg of My Heart a pleasant charm FTA 2 3 4 Grrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Homeroom Vrce Presrdent 3 Secretary 4 Girls Choir 2 Student Councrl Representatuve 4 NHS 4 Library Club2 May Queen Court 3 20 MARY M BASTEDO Mary l5 Elmhurst Avenue Her sparklung blue eyes reveal er warm personalrty Mosquers 3 4 A Cappella 3 4 Grrls Chorus 2 Red Cross Rep presentatrve 3 Variety Show 3 4 NANCY J BEAUDWIN Nance 137 Vought Place Laugh and the world laughs wlth you Study and you study alone' Glrls Sports Club 3 4 HI Cs 4 lk gy.,- R... EDWARD V BERTRAND Eddie 71 Parlzwood Road Lrfe must be lrved so why not enloy rt Intramural Basketball 2 Fllm Service 2 Photography Club 2 JACQUELINE M BISHOP Jaclue Manor Hull Road Generally quret but Vanety Show 4 Gnrls Sports Club 3 4 Clencal Practlce Club 4 Lrbrary Representatlve 3 4 .IAMESJ BENJAMIN rm 80 Los Angeles Avenue Our Teenage Edrson Frlm Servrce 3 Vrce Presrden Cross Country Team 2 THOMAS 0 BERARDI Tom l32 Lynncrest Drrve Frrendly and quret rs he Football 3 Basketball 2 3 Base 2 3 BARBARA A BERTANY ee 65 Falrlea Avenue Her accomplrshments are for from few smce she has mtellrgence and personality too Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Senex 4 Stage Crew 2 3 4 Log Ed ltorlal Staff 4 N HS 4 Home room Secretary 3 Homeroom Treasurer 4 ,th Q 1 ,. M' ,, H - y y HJ- H 4 1,,,. . 1.2" C h - . ' S - . It 1 2 r 5 I ' , ' - ' 94: ' . I . . , . . 1 - ' : ' , A , .., v TM . I . r, ,, ": ,f H .- , 'W' A . . . . " ' 1 , : - f , , - f , ban , ,4. t'f'r'ffra V. 4 A A iff? 'ff-,Egfr " "Q K YQ. . , rf V f ' ., A 'l 11311252 A -S f.,-me . , A r ,VA...neqs,g- 'A A Y , HB H r 1 . 5 5' f I V A n , 4 f l 'T - 4 , 'Q' r s Jay , ' ' ' kb Viz, l'rn a wi 's . 5 . I ' ' Gi 1 I ' , , , 3' r ' - '-Y 4. A .7 . ' ' ' ' : . .. : - 1 , - ry fa- ""ri?f?tf-:QVQ 4' ' L17 V 'ffl fff' gg, 1, U L u f u A , . . . . 5, j 4 . , h . A . , r , ' : ' ' 1 : r , Ib , , 1 1 . 3. -if-'iq I, r . ' Q7-3' 4 1 r- 1 1 fn,-. - g . v ' ' rf .A 4 ..-i:'4:QGj'I if '1. .Nir- f .1111 get :Ewa ,. K -'emi . -.-.HK reg, YS 11 Il V H - rr ,, U - , Q Q . 55 , , f - f ' ' B- . 1 . , I I ' 5 A K l r 1 1 ' r : , . 2 A .. 1 ' 2 X FREDERICK E. BIXBY "Fred" Housatonic Avenue An Authority on boats . . . me- chanically inclined. A Cappella Choir 3g Homeroorn President 3g Student Council 3. THOMAS E. BLAKE ,,Tom,r lll Castle Drive A handsome man is always in demandl .I.V. Baseball 25 Basketball 2, 4. NANCY J BLATCHLEY Nance 540 Chickadee Lane Its nice to be natural when you re naturally nice A Cappella 3 4 Stage Crew 3 4 Publicity Club 3 Tn HIY Variety Show 4 O F F 4 Q. flux' s 1 i' JOSEPH H BLOEMAN oe 'I53 Wiklund Avenue ls he as quiet as he pretends e9 MICHAEL BOBKO Mike 178 Adams Street Bulard Haven s loss is our gain BERNARD BODNAR "Berniel' 328 Barnum Terrace Extension To worry little and show it less is his idea at happiness, Cross Country 2, Captain 3, 45 Track 2. GAIL I. BONDESON IIGGYAI 491 Birdseye Street She applies all the rules of good sportsmanship to living. Art Club 3. RONALD J BOND! on 2360 Stratford Avenue Not afraid of work but not n sympathy with t Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Football4 H.. L. 57 , ,Q QXJH 21 X FRANK A BONITATEBUS Frank 'l'l6 General Street Hdppygo lucky as the day ong BARBARA R BONNEY Barb 57 King Street Obliging conscientious and cre ative Barbara will be a success Debating Club 3 Secretary 4 N H S 3 Vice President 4 Lead ers Club2 3 4 Homeroom Vice President 2 3 Student Council Representative 3 4 FTA 2 3 Log Editorial Staff 4 . 4 ll ll . ' HR H , . L, i f , . ' , i ..... f ' i. , 2 , J.. 2 : '- '- 3: ' ' ' r ,. fr , X HJ 1, I .1 , ' to - - is V b. I - . 1, ,. U H f , ,I - H , is ' - K w , 1 . . I if-gg: . ', 5 1 ' -, ' ' ' , ' 'Z'-,CML 1 1 I - f ',.w-Y - , . X , J . . f f 1 1 .. in ' ' 12555: , , . 2 new my-j ... lf ' ' f 21 .. , f ng, .5 GAY L BOUCHARD Gay 69 Wooster Avenue She has that certam somethnng and It s charmung Ban 2 3 Llbrarnan 4 Junnor Red Cross 2 3 A Cappella 3 Masquers 3 4 Variety Show 4 Senior Play 4 EUGENE P BOYKO Gene 312 Garibaldi Avenue Llfe ns too short to waste on books Football 2 K.. T 4? JOHN B BREEDE i 4 THEODORE R BOYNTON e 94 Kmgs College Place Captain of our water league he s a whale of a mon Football2 Swnmmlng2 3 4 HIY 2 3 4 Student Council 4 MARIE A BOZINSKI Marne 405 Wulcoxson Avenue A true friend to many with many true friends Travel Club 3 Gxrls Sports Club 3 Publlclty Club 3 HI C s 4 ROBERT P BRADLEY "Fats" 1'I4l South Avenue He never lets school nnterfere wlth has education 22 John 63 Shea Terrace He mayors In mlschrefll DEANNA E BRIEN Dee 2949 Mann Street The eyes havent Glrls Sports Club 2 4 TrlHnY 2 Treasurer 3 4 AA Council 4 Variety Show 4 Homeroom Vnce Presldent 4 r ft-4' GORDON E BROAS Gord 702 Kung Street A good scout a gentleman and a frnend JOHN R BROWN .IR Johnny 393 Wundsor Avenue Why ladues prefer blonds ummnng 2 3 4 Y Vanety Show 4 Student Councnl 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 NANQY Lou snowng, WT 'Bush Court Wat as the Zalt of MNVEYSCQIDH F N A N N lu If I1 I 7 - - - ,, ,, 3 . , . - il' ' 4 d . : ' : CN . . . . , 1 , 4: " X W , : ' : "Q . .P ie , N - -' t if? 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' 1 I t '- L ' Miva' A 3 RICHARD F BROWN Duck 24 Watkuns Street I ll fund a way or make one Student Council 2 3 Varl ty Shaw 4 Sensor Play 4 THAYER W BROWN Pete 55 Kenyan Street KAREN M BURNS Karen 2417 Broadbrudge Avenue She s sernous but not solemn Tru Hr Y 2 Library Club 2 Clerical Practice Club 3 4 DAVID H BUSS Dave Every day s a holuday for Pete Intramural Football 4 A Cap pella Choir 4 Basketball 2 RONALD R BUDNICK on 158 Blakeman Place Heslourteen carrot gold Football 2 3 BARBARA A BURBA Babe 72 Voug ht Place She has a wealth of knowledge gathered from the many books she s read Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Clerical Practice u 3 4 Fnlm Service 3 Jumor Achievement 3 189 Plymouth Street A serrous student quuet an thoughtful CAROL E BUTAS Carol 418 Abram Street She who laughs and IS happy brings sunshine with every day O F 4 Transferred from Harcllng 1957 CAROL R CABLE Carol 1136 Broadbrldge Avenue Quiet and graclous are her ways Publncnty Club 2 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Service Corps 3 OF F 4 Homeroom Secretary 4 THOMAS J sunmcx 1'-'0'T"' A CAM' Whutey J"dY 100 Swanson Avenue 1287 Nichols Avenue School ,S mce bu, ,Mahon She s sulent because nt s the safest nlcer 'GY Chefs Club 3 HI C s 4 Glrls Sports Club 4 23 Transferred from Basslck, 1957 H - H . ,, H , . . 1 - 1 F e '. '. . ' . ' , 1 , I ' A ' , . V V ff H 4 ' ' ,314 I W ti . , . ,, tt 4 I ' ,. . , : Cl 'f'Xf+ r . 1' . mi, , If ff , H., HR H " .,.' I V if f H H . . . , mf , ' , . .F,. . , . H U H 1, 1 . . . ' ' . ' ' ' . I V , f , . ' ' 1 1 I I , , . CI b - ' ' 4- - ' - 1 ' , , , , H H 1, - 1, . . . ' ' ' ' , IS I . , h . , . ' ' 5""f.'W 6-f -vw 1' JOSEPH R CASTALDO oe 61 Burch Street Lvfe IS short there rs no tume to ret Swummmg 2 WILLIAM L CETOLA I 31 Svdney Street H s got a good head on hrs shoulders but nts a drflerent one every nlght nd 2 3 4 Latn Club 2 rlety Shaw 3 4 Senior Council 4 A Cappella 3 Sensor Play 4 Boys Sports Club 3 4 24 FREDRICA M. CANFIELD "Ricky" 2318 Main Street The charm of the act ns the actress Band 2 3 Dramateers 2 Mas quers 3 Presadent 4 Homeroom Treasurer 3 Varnety Show 3 4 Sensor Play 4 RICHARD F CAPUANO Luttle Richard 1267 Cutsprmg Road In every deed ol meschuet he as a hand Football 2 WILLIAM J CARROLL 87 Yale Street A good laugh IS worth a hundred groans Homeroom Treasurer 2 lntra murals 2 4 YY A li fir 2 JAMES S CLEARY Bur 301 Woodstock Avenue smrle on hrs face and mlschlef rn hrs eyes Bowmg3 4 Golf2 3 4 EVELYN A COCCO 56 Von Street A persomfrcatucn of pep Cheerleading 2 3 Co Captaun 4 Grs Sports Club 2 3 4 OFF Secretary 4 Tr H Y 2 4 Gnrls Chonr 2 Varuety Show 4 Senex 4 ELIZABETH A. CHAPMAN "Betti" 61 Cheshire Street A good natured person is never out of place Girls Sports Club 2 3 Library u 2 3 TrlHlY2 3 4 Ho room Treasurer 4 Red Cross Rep entatnve 2 3 4 AA resentatnve 4 Steno Pool 4 Va rlety Show 4 SANDRA J CHAPMAN Sandy 297 Mount Pleasant Avenue lntellugence and charm what more can we say' FNA 2 3 President 4 Jr ed Cross 2 MARGARET M CHISHOLM Morgue 164 Allyndale Drive Her eyes speak a universal an guage Cheerleader 3 4 1rlHlY 2 4 Chaplain 3 Dramateers 2 Va rlety Show4 Glrls Sports Club2 'Q' 3 ' ' 3 - 1 A I , - 'fl 7 ' CJ' CllJ,5'-'-,,g me- , ' 7 V ' l res ' , g .,Rep- gf ' l P ' I ' yum . V ' II II S ' ' L, V - I - - - f f ' 2 -R A 5 1 6 u A , Q 34' "aan" r . ,LA L. I , I i 04,1 - I - I '.: L 1 ' 3, 4. gm " If "' Y H L l K' y I W ,, ff 'Adu ' J . I I . - 1 A . - n 1 N f . ' . . I- I I I I I '.'+. ,-3 .glib-rf -I ,,B.H,, 8 . , K.. NEW Q el ' I T . , . I . . . I -Q Ba , , 5 l g VC- i l ' I V , , 7 . . , 1 ' ' 1 2 5- i- , : 4 ' MICHAEL A COLOMBO Mlke Kamal e' I1 Edison Street Q Hns fruends are many his enemies ew MARC CONWAY Dagger l255 Prospect Drive Punctualuty whats that? Chefs Club 4 PATRICIA D COOKE Donnie 149 Warwnck Avenue Cooker a fashion plate wlth many charms A Cappella 2 3 4 Variety Show Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Daasy Cham 3 Ushers Gulld 3 4 FN gm, RODNEY CORBETT "Rodney" 45 Paulme Street Great as a horseman greatest as a frnend ANNETTE COUTURE "Annette" 378 Calnforma Street Her eyes sparkle luke her dlamond Glrls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Trl HI Y 2, Variety Show 4, OFF 4 JAMES H COUZINS Herb Temple Court He TIEVEY WOFYIOS OVEY trouble F otball 2 3 Track 2 3 4 n tramural Basketball 2 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 THOMAS J CRAIG Froggle 400 Hurd Avenue Men of few words are the best men PATRICIA l CRANE l.ynn 60 Reed Street Admnrably schooled nn every grace f PATRICIA A CRETEILA Hpmf, 291 Blrdseye Street Fnendly people are better met than descrlbedl Girls' Sports Club 2, Girls' Choir 2, F N A 3 Vtce Presldent 4, Ushers' Guild 3, 4, Daisy Cham 3 LORRAINE A CSUGIE "Rene" I0 Watkins Street Rays of sunshnne are easy to fund when ln the company of l.orrame's kind FNA 2, OFF 4, TrlHlY 4, Glrls' Sports Club 4 25 ,,,V l ,. . , A,g'1tfm ,my "Jr L . 4 11 - 11 3 ' ' ' ' Q 0 , : , , : l f V f 5 , '-'- l 1 f - ' jf. I if . J -. I! ' I ' b . . of ,, ,, . . ,, ,, , . , : ' - - Q-, ' 3, 45 C.E.P. 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4: f' ' ' , , 2 ' 5 I 1 1 ' - A, 2. 1' sv ROSEMARY J CWALINA Rose 772 Success Avenue If sllence were golden shed be penmless but all that energy has to go somewhere Homeroom Secretary 2 3 4 Gurls Sports Club 3 Presudent 2 ' - - 2g Leade Clu , Variety Show 4, Student Coun- ' , 3, 4, Senex , JOSEPH P. D'ANDREA "Joe" 74 Singer Court Worry and I have never met, Chefs' Club 2, 3. 26 ROBERT W CSUGIE Chug 10 Watluns Street Talce lute too seriously and what It worth7 Horneroorn Treasurer 2 Student Councul 3 f 406 0 U ALAN R CURTIS Huck 79 Crown Street Quiet? Perhopsl Or a smoothly running dynamo? Fllm Service 2 3 4 Stage Crew 4 Latin Club 2 1- .11 4" BARBARA DeCAVA Barb 235 laurel Street Shes the kind of gurl who ll hard to equal Girls Sports Club 4 Tr HIY 4 . ,A, 3, 'H Cs . noaenr r. oeumcv 'fsobn 110 Clinton Street Making friends is his easiest taslx, A Cappella 3, 4. GAII. N DAVENPORT Babe 2643 Mann Street Beautnful beoututul brown eyes Club 2 4 Gurls Spo u 4 THHIY4 Band2 G BRYAN DAVENPORT Bryan 50 Shore Road A luttle nonsense now and then IS relrshed by the best of men Swummung Team 2 3 4 A Cap pella 2 Presudent 4 Varnety Show 4 Homeroom Vuce President 4 Nutmeg Boys State Represent atlve 3 FRANCES A DQBRIZZI Tom 365 Roosevelt Avenue Why worry7 Whats the use? urs Sports Club 2 Junlor Achievement 4 CAROL DELIBRO Dullue 64 Chelsea Street She need never seelx charm she has It Senlor A Cappella 3 4 Glrls Cholr 2 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 FNA 2 3 Junior ed Cross 2 3 Homeroom Secretary JAMES N DEMOYSES Jimmy 2284 Broadbrndge Avenue Arthur! lovlal man about town Homeroom Presudent 2 4 Sensor Councll 4 Homeroom Vice Pres :dent 3 Variety Show 4 Man agerVarsuty Football 3 CEP President 4 A Cappella Chour 4 GEORGE DEVITT George 172 Colony Street Hes dedicated to the sport of baseball Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 lntra murals 2 3 4 Baseball JV 2 Varsuty 3 4 Basketball Man ager 3 Student Councul 4 Home room Presndent 4 I s ROSEMARY E DnTOR0 Rose 130 Winter Street A gurl wuth a dnve for success her talents are many Art Club 2 3 4 Debatlng Club 4 Log Art Staff 4 Publlclty Club 3 OF F 4 Stage Crew 3 Senex N H S WILLIAM D DIXON I 82 Bond Court Away wnth books we re here for un in-Q iv AGNES M DEW Aggue 56 Denton Place A ready smile and helping hand FTA 3 4 Gurls Sports Club 2 Tn Hu Y 3 Gnrls Chovr 2 Junlor Red Cross 2 VIRGINIA E DINAN Ginny 1122 Broadbrldge Avenue Good humor ns the answer to every problem Glee Club 2 A Cappella Choir 3 Student Councnl 2 Junior Aclnevement 4 Hn C s 4 WILLIAM J DOLYAK u 31 Pond Street It IS not what a man gets but what a man IS Football 2 3 4 Baslietball3 3 I ,,g, 1 M'J,w?2 EILEEN M DORE Enleen 545 Wmdsor Avenue By her blushes you wall know her Tn HIY 3 4 Gnrls Sports Club 4 FNA 4 ROBERT W DOYLE o 25 Knowlton Street An avnd hnfl enthuslast Photography Club 4 27 ,, - ,, ,, ,, 1 I . . . - ' ' l . : ' , , : ' "P 1 , , V' 2 : ' f - - . , : R My : l. . 5 1 , 5 2. 4: - . .4. 'ff' "' 3:2 ll 4 II I ,, . ' . ,N "rn" I I ' , 1 ' Q . . . , .., A , 1 - - 1 1 , v 1 1 - I - - 5 . . . I . U ll ll V I , 11B-Hu 'V , . 1 - f , , , : - . : ,M ', , : - . z : - MW' Il ' ll . V, II I ll 'Q ft, D . , . I . .' .I I . , , I . . , I y 1 . . . . if 1 3' lf ,V A I - 'V I H - u Q :IB bu II, 4, ' X ff A 1 I . - . : ' : ' I ' - , - f ., . . . . . , I ,W A 'V , V -Ts. fs JAMES DUNCAN nm Often seen seldom heard Che s Club 4 AN ITA M. DRAYTON 'Neef' 31 Hull Court Dancing has became o second nature to her, F.T.A. 2, ViceYPresident 3, Pres- ident Ag Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4g A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 45 Variety Show 2, 3, 4. EVELYN J DUBEE 240 Johnson Avenue Her hair long may it wave Homeroom Treasurer 3 PATRICIA DUFFIELD a 'I84 Sunnybanlc Avenue Sincerity has a charm all its own Girls Sports Club 4 Treasurer O F F 0- Q-' aide. JR C Q Y... 5-. N.. GERALDINE A EISLER Gerry 262 Masarik Avenue CY Photography Club 2 3 4 Cler I Club 3 4 Senior Councul4 CAROL DUNN JAMES W El.llSON Carol Jimmy 529 Oak Bluff 43 Temple Street Quuetare her thoughts but happy CWS OV' lm mlnd and the NUVY I5 her nature 'fl WCW CLAUDETTE DURIVAGE "Frenchie" 89 Canaan Court Always ready for a little fun, Log Staff 4g Hi C's 4, PATRICIA A DZIALO nz 145 Stonybroolu Road Never at a loss for the Right word urs Sports Club 3 Junior Achievement 2 Travel Club 3 Clerical Practice Club 3 Home room President 3 GEORGE l DZUBIN Larry 422 Canaan Road Friendship like his is a valuable asset T.-1 75 fs 1' K K I HD- ,I NEW Q' A . . S X A A I R G. l , I . -, v 'l l J 1 Rx : - nf' V I , II. I .V X ' , J ml -K G X "P V" .I H if .x 5 2, . . . 4. ' I 1, ff HJ' ll . 61 Monyem Drive ' 4 Never say tomorrowg always to- 59' , d . f ' . . . ,' ' I . ' col 5 Hi C s 5 I I 53-. , my ,tw V ,.j.,-.C ,, ' Exe fwfr' ,J- f K X, 4 'V' . H ,i ,f - U Q f 'V X. 28 PAUL C EVANS Pau 269 Sedgewlck Avenue Kund and conslderate n all he does Swlmmnng Team 2 A Cappella Cholr 2 3 4 Band 3 Debatung Club 3 4 Latnn Club 2 Varlety Show 3 N H S 3 4 Sensor Play YVONNE A FANE Yvonne 1501 West Broad Street Mark them as fortunate they who are not bothered by wor ryung Clencal Club 3 Hu Cs 4 ym Club 2 Servnce Corps 3 4 Ln brary Club 2 3 LEO P FARRELL Pete 21 Mercer Street Joe College s brother Pete Football 2 3 4 Boys Sports u 2 3 4 Hall Guar s Track 2 Varssty Letterman 3 Homeroom Vrce President 2 HrY 2 Economrcs and Law 4 L54 -.. N. 'SC +- 2 X J I 5 WJKQ .P 15 ROBERT C FEDUIK e 97 Marsh Way One of two of a kind WILLIAM E FEDUIK HBIHH 97 Marsh Way Two heads are better than one Track 2, 3, Cross Country 2 3, Homeroom Presrdent 3, 4 RICHARD A FEE JR Butch 108 Sunnybank Avenue He takes thmgs as they come and never worrres Senior Choir 2 3 WILLIAM E FEHER I 135 Hollywood Avenue He s unassuming and self assured Baseball 3 NEIL R FERENCY u 1459 Nnchols Avenue A good nature makes many fnends Student Councll 3 Chiefs Club 4 V- 1-X Y? rw T! 'Y S 5 K LINDA A FERREIRA Lynn 209 Reed Street When shes not grggllng shes laughing OFF 4, Library Club 4, and 2,3 DAVID A FERRILL "Dave" 235 Wllbar Druve A perfect example of manlmess and fnendlmess Cross Country 2, Track 2, Stu dent Councul 2, 3 29 ,s f A ' ' gin,-,fy ,f f, ' 'f'542fS7"f,, , ij , A " AJ'4f?4'?? H In - vcw ' ' ' ' ' 1 A ,, ,, ' ' 1 L- , .. . . I I U , , 5 F ' ,img .Ax ' , : ' 1 A jiijf-',a'Q? , - : . - - , : -I ,j gig-if-4, Ziff. ' , ,3"ffjg,.y,,,.gms5 , if fffi'f2L'if1fg'ifff' . " Z I' A ' .A N .1-,ft I f ,Q :V 'jeff' , ,. ' H'-Q" ' H ,, ' . N , -ve - Q . HB-HH V I - I! I ' 1 ' ' , G . W : , : - :au ', f A ,pun UQ , - ,. I f t , . 1. w. is M' my k, V 1 , , "..4 ' I x ' Q. H H 9 ,B d,, Rv 1 " . I , - . , - , 1 1 CI b , , 1 d 4, . I 5 ' 1 4: . . , . - . , , - : ' : . 'F . y ,, H F d I f f- 1 JUDITH M FORAN Judy 181 Nrchols Terrace She goes as she pleases and pleases as she goes Mosquers 3 4 Tru HIY 2 3 4 Student Councrl 2 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Variety Show 4 SANDRA A FRANKO Sandy 72 Wmter Street At home on the stage a lovely Mlss Prude Tru HI Y 2 3 Varnety Show Masquers 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 4 Dramateers 2 A A Repre sentatnve 2 3 4 FTA 4 JUDITH A FIRMENDER Judy 2065 Barnum Avenue Eftncxent frlendly need more be sand? Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Ushers uld2 3 4 FNA 2 Libra Club 2 Homeroom Vlce Presxdent 4 Dausy Cham 3 Student Coun crl Secretary 4 MARJORIE T FIRRANTELLO Marge 25 Newtown Avenue She huts the bulls eye un looks as well as marksmanshlp Dramateers 2 Varlety Show 2 4 Latin Club 2 Library Club 2 Junlor Red Cross 2 Sensor Coun cul 4 Homeroom Presndent 2 3 4 mf' - , in JSFL74 , 51 if kv Qlz Ml oa are smlllng J by Cler wractn Ie 3 Trav Club YQ Qigong 44-has ws 'Z"" fha px D lx. CATHERINE T GALPIN Cathy 20 Sheridan Street She has a mlnd of her own H C s 4 DANIEL M GARDECKI Butch 405 Wllcoxson Avenue Mod about motors and crazy about cars Homeroom Presldent 3 4 MONIKA D FRANZ Mon: Cove Place A gurl of good taste but not ostentatlous display Club 2 3 4 Dance Commrttee 3 Photography Club 4 EDWARD A FREDERICKS Edward 1696 West Broad Street The world knows nothung of nts greater men CEP 4 Senex4 WALTER S GADSKY Wa t 55 Glenfreld Avenue Welk Photography Club 2 3 Varlety Show 3 4 Stage Crew 4 . 1, H - . ' ' f W. . - G 'I , , 5 . ,I 5 ' ry Art , 5 O.F.F. g A.A. ' ll ll , k : V U? , - 4 ' l . . R I., ' llisl 1 ,v'f A V 12' 4 .r'-fr'- 2 . A 2 " xl .ff 1, lt J 1 I C . 1 . -' - , ' ,,"' ' , A , , 4.1 ,. Mg , H 1,1-f .X L: ntl' X' ' :gift L' MV A .rf , ,lf ,Us yt' . 4, IM. 'lt AR o : - I I ' - If ' . 4. . 4 ., " I " nxvLg'.f' ,-D -3- . lv ,, Q W I . v IK V1 .Nso fl d -5' V , I ,fl ' " ' H V V ,f Stratford s successor to lawrence 11 e ' Y . :If F sf. I .lit 4' W I , : - of V Rf: fr A ' le y ' K . I j ff! Si? . '33, ky, A I ' 1 A an ai ,, H , 9 - H H , 1 '- '- , , : 5 f , el , I . V 135 ' at A H H If - sf, .. 7 '- , 1 ' 3, 4g " A 5 . I I . s l ' ' I . .gg V ,S I , Q Q ., V, 30 ' 5. A - f In xv .- I I AUDREY L GANTEK Aud 105 Castle Drtve Its o gay lass who talks wuth a smrle MARION I GATES Babe 899 Wnlcoxson Avenue A girl of few words untll you get to know her JOAN E GAZLEY Jam 490 Chickadee Lane Shes as Ilkable as she IS o abe A Cappella Choir 3 4 Publlcnty Club 3 Stage Crew 3 4 Varuety Show 4 Tru HIY 3 4 Stu ent Councul Alternate 4 log Adver tuslng Staff 4 T4 ye 5' jf 1 K I 1 . 'N ,sf GO! WILLIAM M GEFFERT n 106 General Street He appears qulet but we wonder sometlmesl ROBERT S GEORGE o 316 Third Avenue The knnd ol blond everyone lakes to meet Transferred from Hardnng Hugh 1956 MARY P GERAK Mary 127 Light Street So quuet and so mce F BON ITA M GERMAN Bonnle Barnum Terrace Extensnon A cheerful smule us worth nts whale Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Lubrary BARBARA A GERNAT Bo 82 Bullard Court Its hard to be SI ent O F 4 L, L L -5 ,.f" ROBERT E GERNAT o 172 Reed Lane Those who talk less usually know more Fulm Service 3 4 EDWIN F GERWIEN Ed 32 Wlllnam Street Silence IS a friend who never betrays 31 , er Q 1 r. Y I , V J fhl -- Lk I -- if-'V I x -N sg 'X I i ,L ,,-e A . V xx , , , X , ' v - X N II x .X . ,I K . K, X A 1-L1 - Q - ' 'hr ' - ' - or. . 4. X I . L. V z 335 , I.- . -N ' ' V I J ' I O.F.F. 4. Club 2g F,T.A. 2, 3, 4. f ' ' I ok- A " b" I . ' I 1 ' 'I . I 1 I 'Fl D A : '- '- , : d ,,B.H,, 1 . V, "B b" Q' f k - ' 4 ' ,I l - - X I UB bu . 1X K-x T' PC' ARLENE A GOFF r 164 Bnarfleld Drnve Knowledge and charm combined are what make her sparkle Latln Club 2 Photography Club 2 Glrls Sports u 2 3 Ushers Guuld 2 3 Secretary 4 Varnety Show 4 Debating Club 4 Dalsy Cham 3 Student Councll BARBARA GOGLIN Bobble 197 Victory Street Ever smllmg ever glad never gloomy never sod Gurls Sports Club 2 3 HIC s 4 NATALIE GLOWATSKY UNMSYH 31 Pine Street Dynamute comes ln small pack ages Cheerleaders 2 3 Co Captam 4 Publuclty Club 2 3 Girls Sports u 2 4 Trl Y 2 3 4 Sensor Councul4 Home room Treasurer 2 3 Class Treas urer 4 NICHOLAS GLOWATSKY Nicky 31 Pune Street l.lve a full life whether you derstand It or not' SANDRA C GLYNN an 232 Taft Street The alchemy f lmaglnatlon makes dream and reality one Senior Play 4 Dramateers Vice President 2 Masquers 3 Sec reary 4 Ushers G 'ld 3 4 Sensor Council 4 Homeroom President 2 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Secretary 2 Log Editorial Staff 4 Senex 4 f' IU? l Gs, ,... 11" SUSAN J GREENE ue 36 Holmes Street er song IS one of smcerlty ond o nd 2 3 A Cappella 3 Publlclty Club 3 Girls Choir 2 Lnbrary Club 4 Stage Crew 2 JANICE M GREENWOOD an 58 Academy Hull Terrace Though small In stature she s bug m heart A Club 2 3 4 Glrls Spots Club 2 3 4 Variety Show 3 Photography Club 2 Tru HIY 3 Vnce Presldent 4 Masquers 4 Log Art Staff 4 AVIS M. GOLDBACH 77 Platt Street A fair exterior IS a sllent recom mendotlon Gnrls Sports Club 2 O F F 4 GEORGE J GOODCHILD Wnlly Mays 646 Kung Street At home on o baseball held Baseball 2 3 4 NORMA J GORON Norm 195 Albrught Street She s quuet and neat and a loya frlend OF4 ut' -cf J 6 . I 0 -A HAVH . I N . M if I I Q . F . . . . Cl b . 3, 45 O.F.F. 5 '-Hi- ' f 5 h ' h V 4 . 5 K ' - . ' ' , un- ' Us H ix . . . ' o H 1, 1 xr . I Z . , . I M N Y : ' U' , 1 ' - ' ' : .F.. . ' l I ' ' . i., y I , ' ' 3 5 . 2,255 nA In ' ' ' . ' . Us ll . H . . . . l y. I . , CI b I I 4: Ba . . , 5 . 1 ., 45 , 5 5 Q ' , 1 41 2, 3. " 0' HJ ,, . m ..-Y . A I " l I f rt , , 5 ' ' r tix.. . 32 DAVID R, GREGORY "Moose" 65 Monroe Street He moiored in aliblology. PATRICIA A GRIFFIN o 83 Patterson Avenue Mlschlef ns sprinkled throughout her personallty Grs Sports Club 2 3 4 n 2 3 4 La Club 2 Vornety Show 3 4 AA Council 4 ANNE M GROSNER Anne I74 Rockland Avenue Her eyes her smlle her manner make Anne a favorute wuth every one ACappella 3 4 Stage Crew2 3 4 Photography Club 2 TrnH Y 3 Log Advertlslng Staff 4 Voraety Show 4 Gnrls Sports Club 2 We-,s 'Q if N ww, ,jw.72fa:f,w+1'figf QQWQQQ ' f :xc HAmow n. Guumerrs "Dick" g. 169 Sunnybonk Avenue 1' fir ' N -5 . Y v ix 'Q YQ7 l i KAURA J GROSSMAN on 45 Sands Place A light haired glrl wlth a light heart Clerical Practice Club 3 Travel Club 3 Hu C s 4 LEONARD K GROVES en 84 Blomey Clrcle Hts vocabulary expresses has wlde knowledge Photography Club 2 Debotlng Club 2 3 Log Advertnsmg Man ager 4 A tall, quiet, all-around great fellow. Chefs Club 2 3 CHARLENE I. GUNTEK Bunny 455 McKinley Avenue Worry and hurry are strangers to her Llbrory Representatlve 2 Junior Achuevement 3 4 CAROL H HANSEN Core T45 Wlebe Avenue A sweet dlsposltnon IS the slgn of o frlendly soul Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA Variety Show 4 Publlclty Club f- ICD nr- VW I? OC- fn., PATRICIA E HANSEN o 62 Nichols Avenue Blushes are beautiful but some times inconvenient SoeCrew23FTA234 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Trl HI Y 4 log Advertlsmg Staff 4 Red Cross 2 Publlcuty Club 2 3 LEIGH R HARPER Harp 654 Nlchols Avenue There was never a solnt with red our up 'H W ' v ll Il I . . . . I- ' . h ?"'rr ' i I ' , , 1 T '- - . Hi-Y , 3, F.N.A. 2, , 1 nn ' - I 3, 42 ' gy . D I A st , 1 ' , . ' I '9 ' . A I. 'ff ' - A ll .. I I' IJ1, ' ,I .' A . , ' Q5 D, V 3. I .J , ' 1. fgl ' ,IJ , ' I. t ' I . 'Ly . IJ UI fl? J-lr. ' , X I V . Q - , ' , ' T up '11 T ' Y k nl -n 1 , S' " '- ' . . I N . ' ll' I -1 . . . . . I I - . I LU V - . J .VH .I . lrgl I I '.'.l 'Lv ' l I 1 h H , , , .- - nl H . . l h '. , 1' , , f I 4 S 33 lf? I , . x iw f .Qin- PATRICIA M HARTMAN a 138 Woodcrest Avenue A friendly nature and a smnle slncere Photography Club 2 4 Secretary 3 Stenographlc Pool 4 Service Corps 3 CARL E HEIMANN Car 185 Sunnybank Avenue Known by many lnked by all Football 3 4 Homeroom Vlce President 4 34 ROBERT G HARRINGTON e 122 Brenanr Terrace A frrendly personallty and wen mng ways Transferred to Stratford ln Sep tember 1957 RICHARD W HARRISON Pmky 170 Bruce Avenue A person wlth a great many friends ROBERTI. HARRISON Bo 50 Beers Place A ham when nt comes to radlas Fnlm Service 4 Secretary 2 Ama teur Radro Club 2 N H S 4 T STEWART HILL S up 2415 Mann Street A true sensor he has a wan ning way with people Transferred from Central Hugh School London England 1957 MARION J HOBSON Matz: 27 Keane Place To worry IS a waste of energy Junior Red Cross 2 3 Clerucal Practuce Club 3 Grrls Sports Club 2 WALTER HENDERSON Wally 70 Vlctorla Lawn Hes not blushmg hes lust sun burned Stage Crew 4 C E P 4 Senex 4 DONNA J HERB Herby 405 Wakelee Avenue Her smrlmg eyes reveal her happy heart Girls Sports Club 3 4 Travel Clu 3 HIC s 4 EARNEST I-IESTER ev 395 Bruce Avenue An ace at almost any sport otball 2 3 4 Tr k Captain 4 Varslty Letterman 2 3 4 Student Councul 2 3 4 559' W , fu eff' ,, ,, . W , ' ' ' ' . I , . I , . 3. 'A , . - ,ft I . ' 31 12" ' 5 5 . rffife ie ' 'algfillf w.:f , 4 . H 1, H - H . . , . - . , 2 b 5 ' ' . I 1. fn. ll , I Q H by, HR 1, .. 3 1 0 -3 3 . 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' , 1 ' I1 , 5 - I ,I THEODORE M HODGKIN5 e 74 Mull River Drnve Sonlnng ahead to a Navy Career JUDITH M HODOSI Judy 193 Henry Avenue Boundless energy as expende wnth cheerfulness and results In Intelligent efficiency HI Y 3 Gtr Sports Club 3 4 AA Alternate 4 Travel Club 4 MARGARET E HORNYAK Peggy 264 Burrltt Avenue A rare combunatnon IS she eager ness muschuef ablhty -1 1?-Q 202. mi' neg' F o U51 ww' O aff? za' LJ :- :- O 114 -119. 0 A-2' lt I II 'O,,. 4 .J 3' 'Us' GERALD E HOVAN Jerry I55 Booth Street Silent and shy but a grand all around guy Latln Club 2 Intramural Basket ball 3 4 Intramural Baseball 3 Intramural Football 4 NANCY A IANIEI.lO Nance 405 Andrew Street It rs better to be small and shnne than to be great and cast a shadow Tru Hu Y 2 3 4, Gnrls' Sports Club 2 3 Lubrary Club3 Photography Club 2 O F F 4 DONALD JACK Don 1702 North Avenue Talks only when he has somethnng to soy ROBERT J JANOSKO Bo 285 Reed Lane He s a future G M C executive Baseball 3 Cross Country 2 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Home room Treasurer 2 3 4 KENNETH R JAYNE en 28 Cheshire Street quiet but fruendly person us welcome anywhere -2' 9- f 7'-'Y I 5 I X i S- ROBERT JENACARO o 363 Honeyspot Road No man loves Irfe as he does JULIE A JENNINGS Julne 39 MacArthur Drlve Leadership and popularity are her two greatest assets Ushers Guild 3, 4 Masquers 4, Log Art Staff 4, Senior Council 4 TrlHuY 2 3 Presudent 4, Class Treasurer 2, 3 Homeroom Presrdent 2 3, 4 N H S 4 35 , 2, 'nf . f MT dn 6, . . . 1 y U A . 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Z M fx , 'Q -I' ' A - im L.. , H ,K I Il ' ll ,, ,I Sf - , , y I ix 1 WW vu N 102' RONALD E JOHNSON on 397 Glenrldge Road Hts wut lnvltes you and hls good nature holds you Basketball 2 3 HIY 3 Stag Crew 3 Crass Country 2 AA Representatlve Homeroom lcePres1dent 2 3 4 o s Sports Club 2 3 4 R THEODORE JOHNSON e 245 Lordship Road True lrnendshxp IS has greatest vtrtue Basketball 2 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Dramaters 2 Log Sports Stall 4 Cross Country 2 C E P 4 Masquers 4 36 ARLENE M JESSELL Arlene 98 Bodune Court Her golden halr IS luke sunlnght streamlng rs Sports Cl b 2 3 4 dent Councnl 2 OFF 4 LETA H JOHNSON ee 79 Woodcrest Avenue Sunny personallty and flammg tresses are u crown for any queen ROBERT E JOHNSON o 39 Woodland Avenue Varuety I5 the space of lute provuded It s a varlety of cars Frlm Servnce 2 3 4 JANET L KAHLE Janet ' 1185 Broadbrldge Avenue She speaks with her eyes ALIXE P KALEDAS Prlssy 90 Basslck Court To be a nurse who wall soothe the fevered brow F NA 2 3 .lunnor Red Cross 2 3 A Cappella 2 3 Girls Chour 2 3 Glrls Sports Club 2 BARBARA A KACAN Barb 30 Wmlleld Drive She knows that the test of cl friend IS to be one C E P 4 Clarnon 3 Subscription Monoger-1 Glrls Chonr 2 FTA 2 A Cappella 3 Latm Club 2 Debatlng Club 4 Glrls Sports Clu 3 4 MARY A KACHUR Kach 621 Barnum Terrace Extensnon Mary as the day I5 long rs Sports Club 2 3 4 ary Club 2 T HQY 2 3 OFF 4 Variety Show 4 Log Advertlsmg Staff 4 Publlcrty Club 2 KENNETH E KAFFEN en 174 Llght Street Life without sports IS not worth llvmg Basketball 3 Baseball 3 Track 2 ft: 14 px f' H H Al ll I D D A I , A X f ' ' , I f - ' ' A 5 . . . Gi l ' U , , 2 SVU' . D . V : 1 . , . . . . . i . , b , . no-f"p,: ' V x . , H H ,iw ' . X IIL ll 1 I II Il ' X . . ' Gil' , , 5 Li- ' br g ri- '- , , 45 - - - I I -.ek , , 1 I -L ' A 2 13,552 I 1 1756 ,A I rt, A , AQQQL Y , ' , t v. K . A fc Q G , . , HB bn HK 1 y ' ' ' T . . , . . . ' ' , , - 1 : - , f , J, HR H . . . . .5 l 'Ss A . . b . ' ll ll . . Q., X ' , : '- : 2 ' , Q I . . 4: . V ' , f I B Y I - r . I - I f - , l ' ' , .2 A 4 l W ' , Ql4'is,' im. A -- W ., sf ,gieija-I ,,.j , , 1 Ext, " .. J v-M, f W. 'X HT dn fl ' H 7 N . -5 f 5' . ' A ' , ' - - . , , . . : : 1 , 2 ' ' , ' ' J . . . K I I ' RUDOlPH KAPlAN ,,RudY,, 'll0 Thornberg Street Nothung was ever accomplushed wuthout enthusuasm Boys Sports Club 3 4 Sensor Play 4 Senex 4 Masquers 4 A A Representative 2 3 4 Log Edltorlal Staff 4 PHYLLIS A KASINAK P Y H70 Nnchols Avenue Small and sweet a pleasure meet TrlHlY 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 3 4 Stage Crew4 OFF 4 JOSEPH J KEKACS oe 802 Success Avenue The more we know hum the more we appreciate hum Student Council 3 4 Football 2 Boys Sports Club 2 4 1- X '57 ,zngf Lq7xzV,,,j 'L f -' sfcprqg AUDREY A KELLERT Aud 30 Vernon Street Knowledge to know ablllty to do energy to accompllsh Homeroom Secretary 2 Vlce Presndent 3 4 OF F Vlce Pres :dent 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 rl Hu Y 2 Ushers Guild 3 4 Daisy Cham 3 BRUCE l KELMAN Kelly ll Ferndale Avenue Care IS a worry he doesnt worry about Fnlm Servace 2 Vlce Presudent 3 Presudent 4 Band 2 DIAN KENTEES ,,Dee,, 362 Rockwell Avenue Generally speaking she IS gen erally speakmg Glrls Sports Club 3 MARILYN E KISCO Lynn 251 Brldgevnew Place A smale for everyone a frown for none Grs Sports Club 3 4 T H Y3 4 OFF 4 Travel Club 4 EUGENE KLEEMAN Gene 172 McGrath Court Srlent and shy but one great guy A A Representative 4 YL? 3 9.1 J WESLEY KLEPPE Wes 86 Newton Street Poised well mannered and ca pable su cess m lute IS s sured Concert Band 2 3 Vice? s :dent 4 NHS President 4 Senex Presrdent 4 Art Club 3 Homeroom President 2 3 4 Stu dent Councll 4 Science Club 3 HOPE M KNAPP Hope 70 Marsh Way Hope wlll always be there Lnbrary Club 2 3 4 FNA 2 3 4 Band 3 4 Log Advertls Ing Staff 4 Hu Cs 4 , . 'J ' - ,Q - : 1 :. ., - , ,: ' . A A ,thin 1' 'I ' L- 2 5 to W ' 1 '-'- , 1 " ll' , 5 ri- l- ,f : 'F A 'F I ,,J ,, , ,, ,, K . . if - ',: 1 " - , I I iifq' 3 ,, ,, ,, ,, so l I - , ' ' . . . -. 5,1 - c a - . -, l ,. -re , , . , I , I ' ,.... , 4pT-- ,3,4,N,H.s.3,4, , 1 f , 1 . li . . I I ' VI: Q : A ll ll ,I I, ' I 1 ' ' ,,:..., lt y , ' , ,i ,f '. ' . ' I ' 1 ' ' I - M. dismay 1 244 YQ N Q lit FW f JULIANN L KRAYNAK Jule 514 Franklm Avenue A good sport with a happy ts posltuon O F F Treasurer 4 RONALD F KUBIK on 474 Columbus Avenue A cor ts a man s best truend Transterred to Stratford In 1957 ROBERT E KNOBLOCK Knob 732 Whtppoorwull Lane As tall an sournt as he IS an height Football 2 3 4 Intramural Bas ketball 2 3 Vorslty Letterman 4 JUDITH A KOVALSKY Judy 150 Glenfneld Avenue Ready for mlschnef ready for fun walling to talk to anyone TruHlY 3 4 Variety Show 4 Glrls Sports Club 3 4 Student Council 4 Log Advertising Staff 4 OFF 4 Stenographlc pool 4 Masquers 4 ROBERT A KRAVEC o 55 Rockaway Aven ue A handsome man IS always IH danger Q? 2 X 'st akin -is A 4551? t Q,-J THEODORE R LaCROIX e 1144 West Broad Street Not a word spoke he more than was needed Swnmmung 2 3 4 Football 3 4 JANET LANESE an 596 Laughlnn Road West A trnendly mlss wuth a fruendly smule Girls Sports Club 2 3 Publtcnty Club 2 President 3 Homeroom Secreta ry 3 4 GEORGE A KUCK George 143 London Terrace The true sclenttflc mmd ques tlon doubt mqulre Debating Club 2 3 4 Latln Club 2 Photography Club 3 Fulm Servlce 2 3 Science Club 3 S3 BARBARA A KULBERG Barb 165 Norman Circle Shes cooperative cheerful on congemal FNA 2 3 4 Gnrls Sports Club 2 4 Art Club 4 Variety Show 4 ACappella3 4 Girls Choir 2 GLORIA A LaBARBA Chuckie 73 McQunllan Street Qutet us her way and gentle her smtle ' A U n 11 ,, 1, ,' . . . 6 , . , . . - ' r , - , 1 1 - . . 1 1 N,H. . , 4. It V 7 ll Il ' 1 fr: If ff . . I V 1 . I I d .- .- ' i . I y V I I , , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' . . , . l 5 . . A I I 1 I - , 1 e.r, I ' z' ,.,. A .,. Ki, VL.k ,A .l1,l5,.5: t,s,, 1,8 bt, 11 - - 11 ' . . n . ,M 'M . . . TZ.. 4 ,Ay Track 3? Fooibcll 3- Clerical Club 2 Trl-HI-Y. ff - 'F' 2 2 Vee 1 we 1- A t ,Q Qfwlim, 1 ' . .f-- Eff r.""1:2 Z - 7 '. gfgg "gb, fslzt Q-1 ,S - . . Q, - f 1 1 1. , x . 'D '11 If f 71 6 - 1, I- 1, HT du . d. n . - w . . . gf :Q ' . . . . , 1 1 1 A 'S 'fs H L A 'f ' Qffl f f ,AA A m y .asm . ei n: I I Y 95 1. ' ifffii ' wif. rw" , I . xljdfgegijfg 111 1, HR 1, 6 A ' . it y il y .I . . . . H V ' . , . . , I 1 1 N yf . . X fury . 6 . ' I X " ' ,V - E . . 1 Q oz, Q, - 38 Lv Af-1, 'VT 1 fi, ' . '- A ' 1 'A ' 1 ad MARIAN N LAN GSTON Marian 23 Bush Court Populartty leadership and friendliness are qualltles cluslvely hers Stage Crew 2 3 4 Publlcty u 2 3 4 NHS 4 O Pres 4 Class Vtce Presldent 2 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Variety Show 4 KENNETH F LAWAS en l'l93 Stratford Avenue A man of few words but makes good use of them Senex 4 BARBARA LAYTON 16 Colony Street The smnle tn her eyes foretells her gentle nature A 2 3 4 Councul2 Cs4 Stu I PATRICIA E LAZAR Pattl 'l96l Barnum Avenue She eftervesces wuth enthusuasm OFF 4 A Cappella 3 4 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Junior Red Cross 4 Stenographac Pool 4 Vanety Show 4 Stage Crew 3 Service Corps 3 LAWRENCE LAZARO Lash 57 Underwood Court The fmest qualmes of a good sportsman are found ln every thmg he does Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 3 4 AA Presndent 4 Homeroom Treasurer4 Varstt Letterman ROBERT S LESKOVSKY Lesko lol Beacon Street A handy man to have around you need a friend Football 2 3 LAWRENCE R LESTER Larry Hlrams Hall Road Quiet but lusten agam s motor IS runmngl JAMES W LIAN 75 Dover Street With Jnm around theres never a dull moment Photography Club 2 Football 3 Chefs Club 4 19 'Lvx 9 'Ps GAIL A LIBBEY Gal I 874 Barnum Terrare A malor fettel In smules FTA 2 3 4 Twlrlers 3 Mayor ette 4 Trl HIY 2 Treasurer 3 A Cappella 3 Varuety Show 3 Glrls Chorr 2 Girls Sports Club 3 DOUGLAS P LIMBACHER Doug 812 Nnchols Avenue He has a friendly hello for every one but reserves his heart for cars 39 ,, - H 8 . .Y H ,, I I ' . . .. ex- ' if , , 2 'i ' . Clb,,g...3,g.F.F. In - I A ' I . ' ' ' , , , , . , he 'll I . . . . - 5 hu , t A,,, I "Barb" HTl9e'H . , 'Nu " F,N..,,,Hi', dent I 1 I R X 1 , . 7' Qi A , L ,V S, . -L X f l, f ' " U -H j H -In 'x . . A - . . . : , J ' ' -. . , , : ' , ' - , : 1 - - , : : : ' : : . 2, ,4. ,, ft If H I r I I ' ' : , 1 . - ' - 1 : 'y 1+ BRUCE H LOUNSBURY Bruce 520 Kang Street He has o workshop where he does expenmental work In electronucs Cross Country 2 Fnlm Servlce SHARON E LINK Sharon 27 Matthew Drlve ln any chain ot frlendshnp she d be a welcome lmk Student Councll 3 4 Sem r Councul 4 Ushers Gulld 2 3 4 Vorslty Show 3 4 A Cappella 3 Junlcr Red Cross 2 4 Sec r ary 3 F TA 2 3 Trl Hn JUDITH A LOCKWOOD Judy Oronoque Terrace A smule costs nothing but tts worth a mulllon Latln Club 2 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Athletic Council 4 Trl HIY 2 Secretary 3 4 Variety Show 4 ROSITA V LORCH Roslta 63 Jane Street Common sense ns an attribute for a good teacher Grrls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA T'-9 WILLIAM D LUCIANO .71 I 204 Hamulton Avenue Alert an personalrty clever mechamcs Hameroom Presudent 2 3 40 i BARBARA A LYNCH Barb 36 Emerson Drive A gurl of many talents who s a welcome addltlon to SHS FTA 4 Transferred from Harding 1957 MARGARET A LYONS e 5 Basslck Court Early marrlage long love Gnrls Sports Club 2 Student Councll Alternate 2 3 HI Cs 4 Travel Club 4 DIANNE C LUDWIG Dee 91 Lordshrp Road Her beauty attracts er gro clousness detalns Trl HI Y 2 Vlce President 3 Pres :dent 4 Varlety Show 2 3 Co Choreographer 4 Leaders Club 2 4 Secretary 3 Homeroom Vnce Presndent 2 3 4 Ushers ld 3 4 Edntarlol Staff 4 Glrls State 3 BARBARA L LUKACHIK Barbara 4l Canaan Court And the lady shall speak her mind freely Gnrls Cholr 2 A Cappella 3 4 Publlcuty Club 2 Gurls Sports Cu234OFF4FTA23 GAIL P LUPARIELLO Lupe 435 Cutsprlng Road I could ve danced all night Jumor Red Coss 2 3 G ls Sports Club 2 Hu Cs 4 Service Corps 4 Vanety Show 4 AA Representative 4 F' ,vw A Y -5119, Q..-any , Q ll II 11 ll ' . . - h , 'iv ' - - - - ,, - lr, 45 . . , . , - . I I -O , . I , . , . : 1 , , 2 . , 2 1 , 1 - A - , 1 . I , , , ' '. 2 2 A on , 4, N.H.s. 3, , log et 5 . . . , 5 v -Y . . Q . . . , , i - ll II . , 7 ll Il , 1 . . , . , . : : , i .V , , : : - " 1 ' A ' - , 1 I l b , 1 I - . . 1 . . . , . ' Il ll I 'K n ' 11 ' Q' U , - U '3 ' r , , if ' - - . . , . . I 1 ' I , I I - - - 5 ' 7 . . . ' , 2. ' . V 11 11 , U U , X - - Cv Q, , I i - - . . . . 1 . T 3, 4. ' ' . 1-2 y ':-"'r'..., , 1 '. ,.'wQr 5 -,iv Q.. . B , ai- "P 9" HB-HH T, . - Q if Q ,e 4 - ,, Q ' . ' ' , in . , I A . . I . , , , : 1 , . JEAN E. Ma:RAE "Jeanne" l264 East Main Street A future private secretary we see in this forever buzzing bee. Girls' Sports Club 25 Hi C's 45 Clerical Practice 3. JACQUELINE M MACURA Jackie 33I Swanson Avenue Little Miss Muschlevous thats the name for you Tn HI Y 2 3 4 Log Advertising Staff 4 Variety Show 4 OFF Girls Sports Club 2 Stenographnc Pool 4 Red Cross Representative 2 3 NICHOLAS S MARAZOFF Nick Nelson Street A fellow with a smile for every one Intramural Basketball 2 7' E' CAROLYN A MARTIN Carolyn 64 Champion Terrace She gains but never loses friends IY 2 3 4 OFF 4 Sports Club 2 3 4 Variety Show lncnty Club 4 ROBERT J MARTIRE Sonny I77 Llght Street Young man with a horn Band 2 3 AlIState Band 3 RONALD A. MASLAR "Ronnie" 178 Summer Street Clothes make the man, but thoughtfulness makes the gentle- man. Hi-Y 3, 45 Chefs' Club 35 Va- riety Show 45 Senior Play 45 Senior Council 4. ROBERT G MASTRONI Luch 39 Pond Street Oh gurls leave me alonel' Football 2 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Variety Show 4 Homeroom President 3 4 Photo graphy Club 2 Intramural Bas kefball 2 3 4 Intramural Base ball 2 Varsity Letterman 4 ELIZABETH McCALLUM Corky 2245 Nichols Avenue A favor never hurt anybody Loa Advertising Staff 4 Variety Show 4 Trl HIY 2 3 4 Library Representative 4 Student Councll Delegate4 Alternate2 3 Home room Treasurer 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 L1 KATHLEEN J McKENNA at I75 Wood Avenue She s in love agannll WILLIAM G McMAHON Flash 665 Wllcoxson Aven ue Life s little problems have passed him by 11 - 11 11 11 11 - - - 1 11 1 G , , I s O - ,, 1 . . . . ' f I 7 : I - - - . I . 4i ' , 3, 47 ,W , ' , D . :A 5. ' ,, I 1 ' . , ' , 1 1 1 1 ' ' - x 1 - . 11 11 ll ' ll . 6 . : - - 1 1 7 ' 7 , f 1 P ' . ' ' 1 1 1 1 1 - F- ll ll V , : 11K 11 F, 5 Tn-H - , , 5 . . . 5 Girls 1 . . j 1 1 : ' ' A I ' -' 45 Log Advertising Staff 45 Pub- ' AA' ReP"e5e"l0l'Ve 4- 11 11 . sv H H A, E ' 5, . . I ' 1 1 - . f ' . .Q 41 'f 7- sv..- Q'- LEONARD J MERCURIO l.enny 'I97 Thompson Street Musrc tlows through hrs veans ROBERT C MIHALIK a 126 Clover Street Athletnc promnse us In his present mechorucal promnse In has future Basketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 42 EARLE M:MAUGH Buddy 7l Srkorsky Place nest lm not lazy ust dreaming EDWARD McMAUGH 7l Srkorsky Place Where theres a wlll theres way RAYMOND MELLOR Teco 250 Ridge Road ant keep track of all e Cross Country 2 3 Track 2 ELIZABETH .I MIKLOS Betty 122 Bush Court She s short pretty pert and neat Cheerleader 3 4 Trl HIY 3 Secretary 2 Student Council OFF 4 Publicity u AA Representatrve 2 3 Sophomore Dramatic Club 2 VINCENT J MILEWSKI Vmny 576 Kung Street lts sports that make the world go round Baseball 3 4 Track 3 n mural Basketball 3 4 Intramural Football 4 Chefs Club 4 PAUL F MILLER Moose BARBARA E MIT I Barb 281 Knowlton Her heart dwells b d the fo t lrghts her dynam c n where A Cappella 3 4 St e C Log Staff Busrness Mana 4 NANCY L MORAN Nance 29 Elk Terrace She rs a frrend to everyone A 2 Treasurer 3 4 Tn Y 3 4 Senex 4 Varlety Show 4 Loq Advertnsrng Staff 4 Public :ty Club 2 Treasurer 3 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 401 Washington Parkway Stratford s successor to AI Capp Photography Club 2 Student Councnl Alternate 4 Log Art Staff 4 ' A ,, ,1 . Y ebvf, ,, ,, , ' C W. , I l' l' , 4, Ho , ' 1 l"11l B I 2, ' , 3: . . . 5 ' ' CI lb 25 .- ' , , 4: ' x . N l A mx 1 I ,, - ,, uEdu yi if C -. ,, , - , 0 . 'fl , f 5 l 'rd- , 1 I , , . ,, ,, X t I C I Il ll . 2, records he's broken. A , ' nl. ' wtf, , : - ' I f 1 url g- , ,, ,, . read! , .-, ,, J ' 5 y- t . I l l ' , : : A ll Il I ,, ,, 4 ' Q H I - - ' - - , FJ. . , , , '-Hi- . , ' ' ' ' , . 2 : ' 2 , : , , . , X KINGSLEY MORGAN Hxingt, 1734 Huntington Turnpike He's modest, quiet and a great person. A Cappella 3. KENNETH MOSCOVICS ,fxenu 59 Marcroft Street He's always got a friendly word. Football 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Student Council 3. JOSEPH A MOYHER oe 4020 Main Street Music here is thy master Band 2 3 President 4 All State Band 3 4 All Eastern Band 3 Golf 2 3 Captain 4 i., Q 'N 'UU s df" Y ,E DAVID A MULLANY Dave 35 Wilbur Drive His world is but a playground Transferred Stratford from Roger Ludlowe High School in 1957 GERALDINE E MURRAY Gerry 1837 Broadbndge Avenue Greatness and goodness are not means but ends Treasurer 4 Ushers Guild 2 3 Teasurer4 FTA 2 3 4 r HIY 2 4 Vice President 3 Log Sports Staff 4 N HS 3 4 rnety Show 4 Masquers 3 4 Sener 4 BARBARA MUSCHICK ,rsunnyu 456 Ocean Avenue A welcome and friendly addition to the fabulous '5B. Library Club 4, F.N.A. 4, Log Advertising Staff 4, Dramatic Club 4. Transferred from South Carolina in 1957. A. WAYNE NAKONECZNY "Wayne" 223 Sands Place A man of few words, a winner in sports and the classroom. Football 2, 3, Captain 4, Basket- ball 2, Swimming 3, 4, Track 2, Co-Captain 3, 4, A.A. Vice-Presi- dent 3, Hall Guard 4, Varsity Letterman 4. KAREN M NEAL Kare 745 Whipporwill Lane One need not look further for dalntiness and charm FTA 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 234ArtClub34FNA.2 3 4 Log Advertising Staff 4 Variety Show 4 Ushers Guild S sv 9 4.1 L is 'r'3 GERALDINE E NEMIROVICH Gerry 1045 Success Avenue Mischief plenty smiles plenty F NA 3 4 Travel ub Hi Cs 4 Library Club 4 Girls Sports Club 4 ELIZABETH M NICHOLS Betsy 1100 South Avenue Work enloyed has its own e wards Library Club " 4 Treasurer 3 rs Sports Club 2 3 4 HS 3 4 Debating Club 3 4 Ban 3 4 , ju, . I I , f , A 'v4,' I ,f S I ' Il ll HJ If . ' ' ' . I - - . , , : ' ' , f : A 4 . . , , , ,,-- 1 , 1 - 2 , . -- , ,- 4 , K " 3, 4. if t i 1 f H H . H H . ,. . . 41" . . if Q ' 1 ' . ' , . . , I I Cl 3, 4, . , . . , . . 1 5 L? ., H ' Il ll ' ' f . . r . Homeroom Secretary 2, 3, 4, A.A. V Y - : 1 - I I ,V 'V ,. V q ' r 5 . . . , , 5 T i- 'V , l L' ' 7 .1 I , . i . I Glll I I FN. g f . . . , pVa- i i - -d I I I I 1 , : ' , , fr ' ' l . r gjffafgggj 43 . f tt SPENCER L NICHOLS Spence is 5'l Clrcle Drive 91 .-.Q DIANE E NORMAN 569 Second Hull Lane Easy to know easner to luke Lubrary Representatlve 3 4 Ln brary Club 3 4 Gurls Sports Club 3 Clencal Practace Club 3 4 Variety Show 4 MILDRED NORTON 'Mnlly" 332 Canaan Road Qulet and competent, an eftlcnent secretary an the malung OFF 4 44 He s not one for overworkln has SfJdleS BETTY NICOL Betts 70 Matthew Drive lts nlce to be natural when you re naturally mce Photography Club 4 FNA 4 Transferred to Stratford ln 1957 GERALD M NOLAN Spider 534 West Reltter Street He s a leader of men and a fol lower of women Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Homeroom President 2 3 4 Class President 2 3 Variety Show 4 Varsity Letterman Offlcers Club 2 3 Bays Sports Club 3 4 MA'- N 'z 1311 MARLENE A O BOYLE Moe 2930 Broadbrldge Avenue Mlschlef IS lung and I am :ts slave Student Council 2 Photography Club 2 HI Cs 4 Service Corps JAMES H O'CONNELL AlRedll 99 McGrath Court In a world of his own Transferred from Faurfleld In T956 NEIL NOVICK Ne: 70 Ftsher Road A party man Carpe dnem Football 2 Variety Show Homeroom Treasurer 2 3 4 Student Councul 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Intramural Baseball 2 3 Boys Sports Club LESLIE NOYES Les Norse 16 Woodlawn Terrace Energy and abxllty combtned with cheerful frnendlmess Latln Club 2 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Tn HIY 2 3 Stage Crew 3 Photography Club 2 3 CE 4 Clanon 3 Co Editor FTA 3 ANN M NUZZO Nun II90 South Avenue The happy wanderer Publmty Club 2 Homeroom Sec retary 3 4 Senior Councal 9. Sf -f I X X an s sf? ll 'Ill ,, ,, , sa I ,, ,, - , 1. J L 1 5 ' 4: ' f -9 on ve- . f f 1 . V . I 1 . ' , , z " . Q . . ' 2, f..g.'Y' x fl ' ' QV ,, V- ' . X V L- X409 -155' .A 3, 4. ."-Q his . ry . I 4 ,Q . '. it Q sigvxslti - P - ' . E- . 2 I R I YR: fl-tiff' v e'd an 'A E ffl ff? H ' ll ' H Il 4 h . I . , , h , , , 1 '- '- , 1 , . . . . - : . : -- P- : ' , - 4: 1, b H If 1, ' 1 . , A If H -.3 , , , , . . 5 , , : V V -- I . . , , l I ' I 1 ' 4, 2 1 T , , 1 i I I I I ' K I Q 'il ' ' , 'V mn' " 1 HDV, ,, ,, I I I I' I 5 , - 1 . , . 1 f 1 1 1 . 4. I . EVE ODICE ve 582 Freeman Avenue Its the llttle thlngs that make llfe Interesting F 4 lf Sports Club 3 Servnce Corps 3 Varuety Show 4 AA Repre sentatlve 4 Log Staff 4 CAROL A OLIVER Carol 10 Hollywood Avenue Always a good sport most of all a good friend NA 2 4 Latin Club 2 n Sports Club 2 3 4 Homeroom Vlce Presudent 2 JOAN L OLSON Jon: 285 Hilltop Dnve Her interest lles IH others A 2 A C u Gurls Sports Club 2 3 4 F TA 2 3 4 Varlety Show 4 og Advertising Staff 4 Stage Crew fs 79 i ..a ff gl if W Wir! ,,,,,, ERCOLE I PAOLETTI Babe 619 Nuchols Avenue He s no Babe nn the woods Football2 3 4 Tracl:2 3 Chefs Club 3 Varsuty Letterman Boys Sports Club 3 4 Joan r PAPA John 249 Canaan Road Sports and gurls are always In hs thou ts ,As a friend hes the best klqd' Football 4 Swnmmlng 3 4 Base ball 2 3 4 Hall Guard 4 Var stty Letterman Boys Sports Club 'E' "N LEONARD J PARDOVICH it PETER 0 MALLEY Pete 25 Brewster Street ' No rule for success wall work S... 1 35 -'n Q. 4 ' v f , nf you dont Latm Club 2 Student Councll 4 Hall Guard 4 SUSAN E OSMAN ue 676 Stratford Road Success IS gettmg what you want happiness IS wantung what you e Ushers Guild 2 Vnce Presldent 3 Presndent 4 N HS Secretar 4 Student Councnl Treasurer 4 Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Tru Hu Y 2 4 Chaplann 3 Vanety Show 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4, Homeroom Vace President 3, 4 Lenny 465 Bu rrltt Avenue Bulldlngs of splendor shall be shaped by his pencll 1' 7- by s Us, AUDREY M PARKER Au 1919 Huntington Turnpuke If she undertakes It It s done Ushers Gunld 2 3 4 Clarxon Ed rnnChnef4NHS34 rlety Show 4 DOROTHY A PARSON 9' Dottle 'I 795 Nichols Avenue Suited to a TEE' FTA 2 Gnrls Sports Club 45 IIE ll I ,t H 5 , O.F. . 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 5 G' ls' t , 1 , : ' , A ' .' lf ff tt It ' I " 5' - A , l fx N ' A N J lv , l ' , , l 1' I D 4 ' ' 4 n 'X F. . . , 1 ' ,G'rIs' ,ff 1 A ' , : - ' -rg 314- ' 6 'f ffmf A7 14 -f g ' . . . 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N l., ..: XJ " 2,3 JACQUELINE PAVICH Jaclue 98 Bush Street South Dalrotas welcome gntt to S H S Transferred to Stratford from South Dakota un the tall ot 1957 JOAN E PAVLUVCIK Jam H9 Clover Street She saves her energy for sports Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 A Cap pella 2 3 4 Photography Club 46 NANCY R PASCO Nance l9 Eleanor Street .she s a woman of a few thousand words FTA 3 4 Gnrls Sports Club 4 A Cappella 3 4 Girls Choir 2 CAROLYN A PAULIN Carolyn 44 Glenwood Avenue Lnve a little lauah a little rs Sports Club 2 3 4 HIY 2 3 4 Variety Show 4 Hn C s 4 JOAN M PAVIA JoAnn 32 Leguon Avenue Lnvely and full of fun she as r s Sports Club 2 3 4 2 4 O F F 4 Log vertlslng Staff 4 Variety Show 4 'ilk-v CAN DACE V PERLEY Candy 1295 Cutsprnng Road Her ways are ways ot pleasant ness and all her paths are of peace Tru HIY 2 Log Edltorlal Staff 4 JUDITH I. PERRAULT Jude l 30 Overland Drwe Her frlendlrness us a habut Stage Crew 3 4 A Cappella Girls Sports Club 2 F NA 4 Lag Busmess Staff Homeroom Secretary 3 C E P Varrety Show 3 4 JOSEPH M PAZINIAK oe 75 Taft Street Hrs words are few but what wordslll DAVID C PERKINS Dave 2890 Mann Street Tallung comes by nature sllence comes by wisdom HlY 3 AA Representative 4 CASIMIR A PERKOWSKI as 84 Cottage Place Nature and he walk hand IH hand Latm Club 2 A Cappella 2 3 4 Variety Show 4 NJ H f , . , . , 1 ' ' 2 - . ' ' ' C. lf ll lf .7 l ' V ll ll as I I " ' A . l . Gi 1 ' , , 1 Tri- - ' '- , , 1 ' : ' . . 1 - 3 . . . . U II . - IIC ll H ' , h . a smile for everyone. Gi I ' , , 5 Tri- A , V Hi-Y , 3, 1 . . . 5 Ad- , ' ' ' , . ll ' ll Il ll at .IS . 9 A1 A! 4 , 2 3, ' ' . I ls 45 ' ' , 3, 45 , I , - - - 1 ' 4: 2. : : - V 44: , . EIZABETH l. PETERS Betty 40 Embree Street the buss taut no mme Honest" O F F 4 RONALD P PETERSON on 71 Eunice Parkway He and Buster Crabbe have some thang an common HIY 3 Homeroom Treasurer 2 Student Councnl 2 3 4 Baseball 3 Football 2 Swummmg 2 HERMAN C PFLUGER Herman 8 Stonybrook Road Sulence ns golden 11" 1 4554 we ,,, all all 9 IT my FRANK J PIFKO Sum l703 Braadbrudge Avenue Changeable as the weather JO ANNE D PILLER 277 Ferndale Avenue Name any part of our country and she has probably been there Ushers Guuld 2 4 Gurls Sports Club 2 4 FTA 4 Latm Club 2 A Cappella 2 Homeroom Pres :dent 2, 4, Art Club 4 PHIIJP P PISKURA Sunshme 209 Boston Avenue Quiet IS as quaet does 4 t QOH' UM M eet A ut e frlen s 4 Library Alternate 4 PAULETTE 5 PJ URA Paulette 225 Lordshnp Road Perfectnon IS no tnfle Ushers Guuld 3 4 Girls State Trl HI Y 2 4 Secretary C E P Secretary 4 Masquers 3 4 Varuety Show 2 3 Co Choreo grapher 4 log Staff Ca Edntor 4 N HS 3 Treasurer 4 ,vs YJ 'C' Y'-vs NANCY J PLATT Nan 818 East Mann Street A wull to teach as her guldlng star A 2 4 Grrls Cho Cappella 3 4 Lnbrary Repre sentatlve 4 GEORGIE ANN PORUBSKY Georgle 6 Wakelee Avenue She s without one cloud of gloom O F F 4 Art Club 3 Glrls Sports Club 2 47 lt's ' I, 1 ' A I , , 3 g 4 ,A I, , 6 V aff' l V ' if n I ' Je ,, ,, IL J r1's'YEv R 'fl j . , 1 I . . - b If Z b 9 d 5' - e - r - ' . 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' if' - I F.T..,3,: " ir2gA , I :lla V ' .I I I lljoll I ,, 5, Aj: 29 3 A-Y if GERALD J PRIMAVERA Jerry 60 Evergreen Drive A more oblugtng person IS rare ly found Student Councnl Vace Presndent 3 Photography Club 2 3 4 Swnm mmg 2 Cross Country 2 Home room Treasurer 3 4 Vorlety Show 4 Masquers 4 Sensor Play RALPH H PRINCE Ill Ralph 71 Flsher Court Man of few words wnth many thoughts Photography Club 2 3 4 Hn Y 2 CAROL J POWE Carol 30 Frances Terrace She s tuned to FU N frequency A A C u Tn Hu Y 2 Student Councll Alter nate 2 3 4 Homeroom Vnce Presrdent 4 BRUNO F PRIMAVERA Chnc 525 Woodlawn Avenue Forever stretchmg forth a hand of servnce Homeroom Vuce Presudent 2 3 Debating Club 3 Presndent 4 Hall Guards 4 Log Edltonal Staff 4 Senior Councul 4 Log Repre sentatnve2 3 4 NHS 4 AA Alternate 4 DAVID E PRIMAVERA Dave 145 Glenrldge Road East Stratfords one man Lewus and Clark Cross Country 2 'Ji' ' G- WILLIAM A QUINN I 60 Wlebe Avenue A laugh never hurt anybody Football 2 Track 2 Photography Club 2 Chefs Club 3 4 Junior Achrevement 4 Intramural Bas ketball 2 Intramural Baseball 2 JANICE RADER an 76 Ccolndge Street A qulet person IS welcome any where Travel Club 3 4 Publucuty Club O VIRGILL PRINTZ JR Bunny 'l2 Baker Court What lnes beyond that calm terror? Football 2 Track 2 A Cappella VIRGINIA L PUGLIESE ee 438 Kung Street The gurl behind the easel Quull Staff 2 Girls Choir 2 Ca pella 3 4 HI Cs 4 SANDRA M PURA Sandy 565 Laughlm Road West Wnth her qunet efflclency shell make her mark ID llfe Homeroom Secretary 4 Log Ed :tonal Staff 4 Art Club 3 4 Masquers 3 4 FTA 3 4 Va rlety Show 3 N H S 3 4 Debat Ing Club 4 wwi ' . , . F l I, A' ll ll fu K 5- - I ' ' ' ' ex- F.T. . 2, 3, 45 rt l b 3, 45 ' ' . . , . 1 ' - 4- , l 'il H ' ll A HL H ' . 'X ' - N . jf I ' - I . Z . . :A . . , . ' . y P I 1 - i W ,, H ,, ,, , I H , 1 ' 4 Af Q 1 I ' I ' ' : - ' ' z , 1 , : .- - , : - ' 5 - -- , : - U n . I , - 5 HB-Hu 6 . . . . L 4 I I ' I 7 ,f : : TV. , , 1 ' - . 1 . ' 7, . ,u 1 . I V I 4, I . IIJ Il ,, H q - w ' ' ' ' ' 2, 3, 4, .rr 4. ' 48 I ' 37, ' 41 . ROGER W RAHN o 185 Sands Place Rogahll The name echoes through every room In S H S Cross Country 2 Swrmmung 2 4 Fnlm Qervnce 2 3 4 Photo graphy Club 3 4 WAYNE A RATZENBERGER Shorty 82 Stoneybroolm Road When everything ts In focus lute becomes a harmanlous develop ment Photography Club 2 Log Staff Photography Edltor 4 BONNIE JANE RAUSCHER 138 Warwuck Avenue The plxle In her IS ever present Homeroom Secretary 3 4 Stu dent Council 2 Stage Crew 3 4 A Cappella 2 3 4 Glrls Sports u 2 3 4 T H Y 2 4 :dent 3 Variety Show 3 4 Ath letuc Association 2 3 1,5 V7-5 ,,,.. '? SARAH E RAWSON Beth 865 Riverton Terrace She has an eye for beauty and she s beautaful to the eye Dramoteers 2 F T A 2 Gnrls Cholr 2 Varnety Show 3 4 A Cappella 3 Junror Red Cross Presndent 3 4 Log Staff Assustant Edu or 4 C E P 4 HARRY D RAY JR Harry 92 Merltlne Avenue Mxld manner goes well wlth hrs frtendly smule SANDRA L REANEY Sand: 180 Flagler Street A model of fashnon always so neat Homeroom Treasurer 3 4 FT A 2 3 4 Vorlety Show 4 Trl HI Y 3 4 Stage Crew 4 JOHN E RICCI Rnc 4562 Mann Street He takes thmgs as they come and never worrnes Chefs Club 4 ANITA R RICCIO Anrta 196 Avon Street Shes full of fun and mlschnef oo Homeroom Treasurer 2 'Z T7 .ix 'V ff lieth 1 kr JUDITH G RIVERS Jud: 447 Ocean Avenue Style and fashron her wrldest passlon HIY 2 3 4 Masquers 3 Ushers Guuld 3 4 Varrety Show 3 4 Quill Staff 2 Homeroom Secretary 4 Gurls Sports Club 2 3 4 Clarron Staff 3 P oto graphy Edltor 4 CHARLOTTE R RIZZO Char 53 Boswell Street Sometumes serious, sometrmes gay, always mce either way A Cappella 2, 3, FNA 2, 3, Glrls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4 Stu dent Councrl 2 49 , ,E H -,, HR gt, , ' 5 ' . . K" x . ' . , . I f 7 ' ' ' 7 F - ' I I I Y .Wy V -f at V , : . ? ' -' 'UA . 5ifj'qt2i'l- H H f, - ku f g. ' - ' l L- . . . . 1 -f ' ' ,. I 3 y . A ' ., 1.?if'v"f,A ' A ' ' .,"3g"ff ".i'5'l ff! . ' ,V ,fi ' ', jd 'V . ' ' Q- . ,V ,:3,gj4 4131. , , . . . A.: 5. ,. . ,. - , . . 14" -' . -fri Pgj?-12' , 1' li' ' f 1' 411:33 - .mf 'r ' V. 4 ..fe'.1- 'fav . I I J Mf L ,K .f , .Tay L: 6.-,lf 7.. V 4 i 4,1-if , yt. jrghj. .. p, M N, rl, - ' ' .' ff- 4 ,v jf' 1 ,bg-if 961' ll ll . au Ag, H , H .5 . , X I g i S' V t 7 - 7 , S' 1 , : , r 1 ' fi' Cl b , , ri- I- , , Pres- X aff, 1 , : - , 1 -, . . . I I we, X7 21. 2 K, f- Q at I In tr 11 U 'H 8- 1 . I A L . . t Q , . , 1 T F9 1 Tri- 1 , , , , 4, ' : ' , : . ' ' . . r , : 1 . . . , t I A . y y X , , ' , t f JL- V, I ' V If ll . , . 1 ,, ,, h , S - lr- .av ll'? 1-. THEODORE E ROBINSON Teddy 45 Underwood Court Hrs herght as exceeded only IS warm and friendly smule Football 2 Basketball 2 3 Track 3 4 Cross Country 4 RONALD E ROBSTOCK 'Ron I80 Old Town Druve The creatuon of beauty IS art 50 b CARLE B ROBBINS Boynt 3355 Mann Street Thmkxng as but an Idle waste ot thought Football 2 3 4 Track 3 Chefs Club 3 THOMAS R ROBBINS Tom 230 Allyndale Drive A man among men and women tool Football 2 3 4 FRANK I. ROBERGE Lenny 302 Park Street Let tomorrow take care of ltselt Boys Sports Club 2 Swimming 2 Film Servlce 2 3 4 GCEP 4 Y , 1 f' I flu sung. CAROLYN M ROSSI Carolyn 344 Laughlun Road Bemg occupled I5 her chuef oc cupahan Cl'1eerleaders3 4 AA Secretary 4 Varrety Show 4 Trl HIY 2 3 4 Homeroom Vrce Presndent 4 Secretary 3 Clarnon Staff 3 Sports Editor 4 G1 ls Sports u 2 3 ANN I ROVIELLO 'Ann" 45 Nuchols Terrace Her enthustasm us as contaguous as her smrle F T A 2, Gurls' Sports Club 2 3, 4 Glrls' CI1olr 2 Variety Show 4 AA Representatnve 3 4 lag Busuness Stall 4 Homeroom Sec retary 2 KENNETH N ROOD en 347 Weber Street never exert myself hnng PATRICIA A ROSCOE a 792 Wluppoorwlll Lone Her fnngers swlft as Irght make magic musnc Cappella 3 4 FTA 2 3 Senior Council 4 Girls Sports Club Dramateers 2 Variety Show 4 RICHARD ROSS Duck I25 Placud Avenue Reason and gudgment are the qualrtres of a good leader Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Student Council 2 3 Pres :dent 4 C E P 4 Homeroom Pres :dent 2 3 4 ii It H Y- Q , - HK H , C ' , , ' - I I 5 Its so - 7 ' VI I , V. -' , 4 f 2 1' 4 ' " .W ,I 5 A 3 F "P t" A' A , U H U , - l ' ' Lum. Club 2g sand 2, 3, 4, A , . . ' I ' ' 2, H - H 1 AI H I I gg. 4. N ' V , D , , h y A , , z. , - ' ' ,, , : , , - I, ,I H n l , ' 5 . L. . . . ' pt . . Y f f - . I 7' -4 h' . - . I ,- .A , ' , 1 . , 4: , ' . ' I CI b , , 4. I CAROLE F RULAND Carale 584 Laughlnn Road West smile for every gurl two or every oy OFF 4 Junior Red Cross 2 MABEL F RUPP Mabel 5 Wheeler Terrace eech Ier b t silence ls golden Glrls Sports Club 2 Band 2 3 O F 4 WILLIAM J RUSSELL 55 Surf Avenue A tower of frnendly strength s. L l qf' iwWM4f f' V gg Z? JOHN M SAJA Sage 780 Surf Avenue Punctualuty IS a word unknown to hum MARILYN R SAKSA Marilyn 344 Lught Street Anybody who ns onythmg can be herself and so be the best Girls Sports Club 2 Lnbrary Club N 4 OFF 4 Log Staff Co Editor 4 Senex 4 JAMES SALTER nm 3100 Mann Street Those who talk less usual y know more Chefs Club 3 Cross Country 3 Variety Shaw 4 Sensor Play 4 E FREDERICK SANFORD Fred 1321 Success Avenue He knows what he wants and has quiet way wall attain hrs goal A Cappella 4 CHARLES F SCHATRA Chuck 291 Knowlton Street Hts presence ns always heard Chefs Club 3 9- 09 Ts JUDITH A SCHWARZ Judl 240 Henry Avenue Lovely to look at nncer to know Llbrary Club 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 4 SUANNE l SCOTT ue 20 Brlarfleld Drive We welcome the frlendly smnle New Yorks loss IS Connectlcuts gain rs Sports Club 4 FNA Homeroom Treasurer 3 4 Transferred from Vestal Central Hugh School, New York 1956 51 yy ' M lv ' ft- ft -1 . .TN V r A ' ' Q f I I C, b ' f . . , Q . L- 1 Sp is siv , u ' A " ' in f V' ' .F. , . , . l., 1 477' ' Amr-f W7 N "Bill" - L Y I I l w 4:7 5- I A H I N ' dis. H . Q 9 ' I 8 , . 4 . A 0 f , bl- . ' 2, 3, 4g rms 2, '3, ,H,S4 gy Gi I' , . . , 4, -1 BON ITA A SHEPARD Bonnie 164 Elizabeth Terrace A little sweet a little spice a combination very nice Clarion Feature Editor 3 4 rs Sports Club 2 3 4 HY2 3 Cl1aplaun4 FNA 2 3 Publicity Club 2 3 Variety Show 4 Library Club 3 AA Delegate 4 CONSTANCE E SHERWOOD El en 130 Summer Street Quiet people make the best friends Girls Choir 3 52 ODEN H SEAHOLM Odie 149 Lincoln Avenue Quietly efficient when It comes to cars PETER H SEAHOLM Pete 149 Lincoln Avenue Cars are his first love RUTH A SEKELSKY Ruth 225 Tavern Rock Road A swing your partner fan Cross 2 15, JANET A SHUCHAT an 96 Newtown Avenue With her calm dignity and con togious charm she gets along with everyone Clarion Feature Editor 3 4 rs Sports Club 2 3 4 3 Vice President Senior Council 4 Variety Show 4 Pub cty Club 2 3 0 Club 2 JAMES V SILVESTRI nm 1175 North Avenue Never too toll to outgrow his heart Cross Country Manager 2 Track 2 Baseball 3 4 GAIL J SHIPP Gayle 204 California Street She has a boundless enthusiasm for ltle Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Latin W PAUL SHIRRA Pau 315 Wilbar Drive He takes life as It comes when he could mold t to his own design Stage Crew 3 Stage Manager 4 Track 2 4 Cross Country 2 4 C E P 4 Senior Council 4 Boys Sports Club 3 4 Intramural Foot ball 4 Debating Club 4 CAROL ANN SHOLANICH Cas 25 Sanford Place Common sense in a pleasant no ture us not a common tl-nng F N A 2 3 Secretary 4 Art Club Grls S orts Club 2 3 L lh Club 2 OFF 4 Sta Crew 3 1, ,I . A ' . . A ' 2, , : , , : ' Club 7 2. ftlfilf F f . if, , y X , if ' , 1 i fi :Eg-.3w,fff Y .1 In ,, ,, 1 ' L H 1, It H F.N.A. 25 library Club 2, 35 Red 2g Ushers' Guild 3, 45 Daisy Chain . 3: i ' P , , 4: Q ,V at' 1 . . . : 99 , I IIJ Il 1, - H . . ' . I 5 Q4 . i Gi l ' , , : Tri- Gi I 1 ' ' I ,,Trii ie ,J ' 1..:, Hi.Y 2, , '. ' 4, 1 ' 1 V - 3, , las ' , , L nn -.4 5 ' A x - 1 1, ,-fix. , ' HJ- fr ' ' 1 A ,, I ,, 6 I JOEL E. SISKOVIC llsklnill 1052 Prospect Drive With his opinions, he challenges the world. A.A. Council Representative 4, Variety Show 3, 4. BEVERLY J. SMITH "Smitty" 1855 Main Street She knows much, though she may soy little. Girl's Choir 3, O.F.F. 4. ESMOND D SMITH Smitty 274 Mt Pleasant Avenue A wink brightens any day Football 2 3 4 Boy s Sports Club 3 4 HIY 4 Intramural Basket b 3 4 4. if Q- Q RICHARD SORAK Butch 90 Bittersweet Lane It is easy ta like someone who is well meaning and friendly Chefs Club 3 JAMES P SPATARO Jimmie 312 Rockwell Avenue Mischief boils over in an exhuber ont personality Chefs Club 2 3 Intramural Bas ketball 2 3 4 Intramural Foot ball 2 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Junior Achievement 3 4 FRANK SPITZ "Frank" 88 Anson Street Active in sports and student gov- ernment at Central. Transferred from Central Bridge- port, 1957. JOYCE A. SPOTLOW "Spots" 150 Honeyspot Road The more mischief, the better the sport, Girls' Sports Club 2, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Hi C's 4. JAMES ST ARNAUD im 108 York Street Man of a few well chosen words fi YV? ww tr' :vii m9f'T'i'?-M211 ?5FgE?'i 'M' ,tfiyfifzffr ' ,wa 7, .sf ,Z 'Q Z W J 5 I 5 if--v 45 i JANET A STE MARIE Janet 1170 South Main Street Her eyes are her beauty and er smile is her future Student Council 2 3 4 Variety Show 3 4 Clarion 3 4 Band 3 rs Sports Club 2 3 4 r HIY 3 Homeroom Vice President CE MARCIA C STENDAHL Marcia 762 Surf Avenue Stand up to be seen speak up to be heard keep quiet to accepted Homeroom Secretary 2 3 4 Art Club 3 4 Student Council Alter nate 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 11 . if 'V , ' ' . HJ' 11 ' . , all , . ,Xl ll ll - Y . U 1, ' - I I if ' ' . ll ' - Gi I ' , , 9 T i- 3, 4, . .P. 4. it 3 ,I - - H , , ,, . ,, . , , , . 3 X 4 w , l ' CPE, ' , ' X , ' be f-1:0 ' ' 7 I ' , , : . T f f. 1 ' . , 5 , -. , I 7 ' P f - tx , , : ' ' . WE ff" " A lx 53 Cf -'f I 9 4' y 1 I , .'j . K A tum.. if SANDRA M SWIRSKY Sandy 106 Summer Street Elfnclency and effervescence com bxned rn an attractlve person alty rs Sports Club 2 3 4 Advertnsung Busmess Manager 4 OFF 4 Student Council Alter nate 4 Glrls Choir 2 Trl HI Y 2 JUDITH A TABAK Judy 134 Lnberty Street She s never too busy to say hello Daisy Cham 3 Ushers Guild 3 2 3 4 Student Co I 3 Socual Chanrman 4 Glrs Sports Club 2 3 4 Library Club 54 JANICE P. STRABORNY 'Jan" 53 Lincoln Avenue A lot ol chatter and a bundle at cheerfulness. Girls' Sports Club 2y Publicty Club 2. JOAN L. SUPER Supe 109 Sunnybank Avenue A but ol lun a but ol qunet A 2 4 Latm Clu 2 Gu Sports Club 2 3 4 Service Corps 3 Homeroom Vuce Presndent 2 3 PAUL D SWANSON Pau 11 Oak Terrace A man ol few words but many thoughts 25 . tl 4 X 1 Z' R JAMES THORPE lm 636 Robln Lane He says luttle but whatever he does IS acompllshed wlth prec: suon and cheerlulness Intramural basketball 3 4 Log Art Staff 4 MARY C TIMPANELLI lumpy 175 Glenfneld Avenue Equally ettment as she as cute and cheerful Hu Y 2 4 Treasurer 3 n Sports Club 2 3 Log Typung Stall 4 Dramcteers 2 OFF 4 Pub llllly Club 2 JAMES J. TAMBORRA "Jim" 159 Reitter Street Lite is what you make it, Stage Crew 25 Track Manager 25 Cross Country Manager 2g Homeroom President 2, 3, 4. OLIVER J. TENNEY Ollie 1940 Mann Street Hell never be lackmg nn friends because of hrs govnal nature Bowlung 2 ANDREW D TERWILLIGER Andy 205 Lordship Road He mnght be Mr Webster s rlght arm but hes our president Debatmg Club 2 3 VncePes :dent 4 Boys State 3 Truck 2 Cass Country 2 NHS 3 4 Class Presudent 4 Boys Sports Club 4 Clarion Advertising Man ager 4 H t, ,, ,, N ' 4 ' I 1 . s , . K , F.N. , , g ' b g 'rls' li' ' ' ' . 2 , v . I A 'N : , '- H H 1 ' - A ' I ' H ,t In , ' , S A ll I U X? f , - I' - W , ' ,7 I : ' z : A , A Y : - - - , 1 , , I I x f . I I I C A s - H H . HJ. H . J 1 . . - -vs ' S ' . . .t 1 ' - ' -A ff Gi l ' , , 5 Log ' I , : -- wlrifeirf? '- 5 - -, ffgfiiasif' 14 A . - ,, t, f " ' " . vi. 5 . L . ' . A A 45 F,T.A. , , I un' Tri- '- t , , G'rls' ci , A ' : ' l ' , z ' nie" , , 1 lf. 5 - - V : - -A 2, 3. , -3- MARY L TOLER Mlckey 31 Burbank Avenue Lnvmg lute and lovung t Tn HnY 2 Library Club 2 ANNE M TOWNLEY Anne 56 Nechols Avenue Quuet and content to go her own way Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Travel u 34 Cs4 WAYNE E TRAVERS Wayne 36 Federal Street He has has eyes regnmented the gurls Football 2 Intramurals 2 3 47 MARY L TROLAND Mary Lou 93 Ward Street A warm heart makes a true frlend Grrls Sports Club 2 Art Club 3 O F 4 JOHN N TROTTA John 'I67 Dewey Street A muslclan rn every sense of the word Tracll 2 A Cappella 4, Band 2 JAMES P TROY lm 226 First Avenue He puts hrs problems aslde or a branny day ELIZABETH L TURRO Betty 172 Roosevelt Aven ue Shes musnc to our ears A Cappella 3 4 Gnrls Choir 2 A Club 3 AA Council 4 O F F 4 Leaders Club 4 STEPHEN TWERSKY Steve 30 McGrath Court Hts frlends apprecuate has fun sense of humor Chefs Club 3 '7 KS gzfxwaf. 'nf-iff' M STELLA C TWISS Ste 249 Park Street A lI'1dIVIdUCl personallty Warmhearted and true nd23OF H ROBERT H ULATOWSKI 87 Bowe Avenue Eat drunk and be merry for tomorrow I5 another clay 55 H - H :kr HJ- H I , , , E A 4 y . . f xi ' 'mm , . A 4 .trr 4 4 at . - ' A f- ' '3"V??? rr rr C ,, ,, 'V V ll V, 1. , f ' l 1 , I rt g . . ' 5 . Cl b , g F.N,A. 2, 3, 4g Hi 4. I ' - M 1 A .I Zi ff ,V H fr I H H V1 , X , . ' 'O . . . . . E I I , 2 , - ' ' V I - " rl f I. . l 8 ' V A ,, W, . , I A ' . ' ' Bc , 5 . .F. 45 I Cl: 4. ,F. . . t at riff- ' . ' Y , f- . f , X 1, ,, ,, NLM H Y H L DONALD VITKO Don 700 Hrlltop Druve Collegrate clever full of fun known and luked by everyone Football 2, 3 4 Track 2 Baseball 3 4 Boys Sports Club 3 4 Hx Y 4 H R Vuce Presrdent 4 C E P 4 Hall Guards 4 CHARLES R WALLACE 'Chuck' 306 Barnum Terrace Extenslon lt you can get through today why worry about tomorrow2 56 BIRGITTA A UNMAN rlt T5 Talt Street Wrth qunet charm she us always ready to lend a helpnng hand u ent Councrl 2 F T A I 4 Log Edltorla 4 C 4 Girls Sports Latnn Club 2 Senex 4 ALEXANDRA H VANDERCLOCK A ex ll3 London Terrace Soft spoken but rrses to the casxon rf need be Club 2 Ca pella 2 3 4 Jr Red Cross 2 Girls Sports Club 4 ELIZABETH J VASKO ett 375 Canaan Road She s always wrllmg to help wtth out protest Lrbrary Club 2 3 4 4 J Q7 THOMAS C WELLER Tom 75 Newton Avenue Murth and fun come fast and furious Chefs' Club 2 RAYMOND WELLS ' Raymond 41 Kenwood Avenue Any sport tor a good sport School Magozme Staff 2 lntra murals 3 at Farrlueld Prep Transferred nn fall 1957 JACK J WARAKOMSKI Jack 82 Sheridan Street Gurls they are the least of worrues' KATHLEEN H WASCO Kathy T150 Nichols Avenue She rs no less charming for hav ang a mrnd of her own Hr Y 2 Variety Show 4 Log Advertusmg Staff 4 Grrls Sports Club 2 Pub llcuty Club 2 RICHARD J WATCKE IC 96 Parkway Dnve Dont cry gurls' Ill be back Swrmmung Team 2 Track Team Intramural Sports 2 3 Chefs Club 4 Variety Show 4 Sensor Play 4 , ww . 21" HB I H Y, Mg, ' It : I" i, . sv d A Q . . . 2, 3, - I my 4: Tri-H'-Y 3, 1 I ' l .V 2' , . ' .rf 'Q ' . . , 5,-53 ,1 . gs? s Slug P jig' J c 3 4 " 'x C u 2, g tage rew , , . -"- 'pry-Q 'A . ' f ' 1' 'A " A f rt - I 'Ili' V ' ' Y ,L V W M ' ,Q I1 H A ff I H 6' . -' I l oc' . ' l . P ' ' A ne. 1 , 3, 4, nm. 2, 3, 4, Art , 3, 4, F.T,A. 3, A A - , H P- , , 1 . A 9 ' ' 1 - 22.4 U 6 NR. hu HB ll I l ' . 2: I , , 4: CHARLES G. WELTZ "Chuck" 65 Sunnybonk Avenue Love your neighbor - especially if she's pretty. Film Service 45 Stage Crew 4. MARCIA E. WHEELER "Marcia" 72 Sultan Street A merry heart paves the road for merry living Library Club 2 Hi C s HAROLD J WILSON a 136 Lobdell Drive W en he walked in the Iun began Variety Show 4 Senior Council 4 Stage Crew 3 Swimming 2 3 4 HiY3 HR Secretary Treas urer3 Cross Country2 -3? 3 Q,-v It Hz!!! Q I' Q W, 4 it pus WALTER J WOLSKI Walt 94 Andrew Street Lights camera actlonl A star behind the scenes Photography Club 2 3 President 4 Masquersfl Treasurer4 Stage Crew 2 4 JOHN T WOOD Woody 69 Blakeman Place He s not as quiet as he pretends to be Chefs Club 4 JAMES WRIGHT "Jimmy" 7 Baird Court A source of wit to those who know him. Fatball 2, 3: C.E.P. 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3g Chefs' Club 4. JOSEPH W. WTORKOWSKI ,ijoeti 455 Franklin Avenue A hard worker he is reserved and serious In manner Concert Band 2 3 MARY B YAKOUBIAN Mary 1671 Broadbridge Avenue A willing worker eager to please in Club 2 Art Club 2 3 Publicity Club 3 President 4 Tri 3 4 Girls Sports Club 4 FNA 4 Masquers3 4 R' Qu., ROBERT T YARASAVICH Buddy 65 Claudia Drive Still waters run deep Homeroom Treasurer 2 A Cap pella 4 Intramural Baseball 3 Chefs Club 4 N Nas 'SQ N iff ,f NANCJJI LARNQFHN l 795 Vfbadend R-'god The sparkle in her :ij gfvefhe away HIC s 4 Library represeatdfive 4 . I . , 4' , . 5 ,Q lg HH IH ii it it ' , ' ' L, ' ab I LDT' Q , , 45 A : h I ' ' I ' , '. 1 1 1 HifY , 1 ' ' 3, , 2 - 1 - - - ' 5 . . . g , . I . H I1 , - . ff i, H if I I I - , . I j 1 - ' J 1 f . 1, . or :af giffg-1 if-'keg f, , N-"K .V . 1 9' hw A 5 J 1 fs by r ' X , . J A N ' ' ' I, ' T' va' Y ' ' ' , , iv. ,f 1 .' - if ii 1 f H , "' 'C ' i ,, ,A A. -I , - ' , l 'ij ,fm 5 .M ' e r Q ' . .1 'N If '53 ' lil ' I I A ss- , 5 'A 'I ,- 57 Varsuty football 3 4 HIY 3 4 fu. T., fl 4? .rx PATRICIA A ZAVODJANCIK a 42 Eaton Street Brughtness and politeness small package Tru Hr Y 3 Library representatrve ROBERT J ZDROWSKI I Barnum Terrace If a man can have a car what else IS there In lute? Colors EDMUND W REPKE Chops 483 Sedgewnck Avenue An avud bowler he wrll score hugh In the world Class of I958 Motto RICHARD C ZELLADONIS Duck 206 Sunflower Street It matters not how long we lrve but how ROBERT J ZIMA o 23 Alvord Street Ready to tackle anythmg Boys Sports Club3 4 Homeroom Presrdent 2 3 4 Flower Blue and Silver White Rose 58 I I , 1 HP r" ' N ' ' ' in a , A . wi It 2,EI.- I I ' i ff A I fl if , . UB bn 6, "S'd" ' , , I 83 ' . God is our refuge and our strength. SENIOR SUPERLATIVES PAULETTE PJURA Most Llkely to Succeed WESLEY KLEPPE KATHLEEN BARRY PAULETTE PJURA MARION LANGSTON MARION LANGSTON SUSAN OSMAN CAROLYN MARTIN JUDITH RIVERS Best Cltlzen Best Student Done Most for Class Frlendllest Most Obllglng Best Dressed Most Collegiate Class Actor ANDREW TERWILLIGER WESLEY KLEEPE ANDREW TERWILLIGER ERNEST BARBERIO RICHARD ROSS BRUNO PRIMAVERA RONALD MASLAR DONALD VITKO RICHARD BROWN IIIIIIIII um GD QJ FREDRICKA CANFIELD Class Actress VIRGINIA PUGLISE Class Artlst PATRICIA ROSCOE The Senior Class Musnclan JOHN MOJER GAY BOUCHARD GAIL SHIPP ROSEMARY CWALINA NATALE GLOWATSKY DIANNE LUDWIG KATHLEEN BARRY EVELYN COCCO JACQUELINE MACURA SANDRA CHAPMAN PAULETTE PJURA MARION LANGSTON ANN NUZZO ROSEMARY CWALINA CAROLE RULAND Class Vocalist Best Athlete Most Energetnc Cutest Best Looking Most Popular Nlcest Smnle Blggest Blusher Quletest Best Dancer Biggest Glggler Most Carefree Class Cut up Class Fllrt THEODORE ROBINSON CASIMER PERKOWSKI WAYNE NAKONECZNY ANDREW TERWILLIGER ROBERT MASTRONI ERCOLE PAOLETTE GERALD NOLAN RICHARD WATCKE ESMOND SMITH WAYNE NAKONECZNY ROBERT DELANCY ROBERT ZIMA JAMES CLEARY ERNEST BARBERIO GERALD NOLAN W . . 5 it I - X I ' RONALD ROBSTOCK Q' - - 0409 9 . W. 4 1 2 1 I I . I i ' ? , Z v ,A Pi ,I r"""' 7, .4L...,, .i. I I Future 5 u Ik ,xx Y vugggvg 'Q'ff.- 1. 829' ,- -A .-,, .,f - ' ff ',- - H -fv-va., ' H "4 . ,fxvgiv-I if--v'-w A lv ' ' v-3'f',"' 'Qi P -'f .ff X ., -. , ,. . 6 V . , 4, - J w':'?F":1-'Ef f -' K .Z ' " ' WS- '21 ' ' ' ' ' 'TK J any Citizens of Uur Town . . cqgwf' f. - -'A --fx AR' .4 w ,-yffllf' CLASS SPIRIT BEGINS +- X JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Treasurer Carol Hopluns Secrelary Jean Marvuno Presvdenl Damel Marranzmo Mr Clark Junior Class Advnsor Vice presxdent Karen Keenan Take these Jumors' They have spnrn Our town wall be proud of them some clay What a pleasure IT as Yo see them gonng from room1o room quuetly whnsperlng Wear red tomorrow We want color Hey' Le? s get a greal bug button with ,lunnors wrmen on It There go Dan Karen Jean and Carol handling the renns that make thus team pull Together What Junaors they are' What Seniors they wnll bell! IN . X '--I Q x N 4-,iv , x xx , xx' uf. . -bi ,L il R . '4 V ,Q -v xx.N 'R '91, Q., A f 5, yn? A Q ' 4+ I N' .52 ' H .3 . ,S - , y .2 be X A Q Y JUNIOR HOMEROGMS HOMEROOM 121 OFFICERS: President, James Diosg Vice-president, Marie DC1dd0FC-lj Secretory, Peter Dohlg Treasurer, Robert Horne. .5 JUNIORS TAKE AN ACTIVE PART IN STRATFGRD HIGH ACTIVITIES HOMEROOM 125 OFFICERS President Wullnam Perry Vnce presudent Jeff Nothnagle Secretary Jean Martino Treasurer Carol Hopkins lt ..1-Y' A3 JE iii pu., 64 HOMEROOM 132 OFFICERS Presadenr Rodney Turner Vuce presudent Patrucua Tabak Secretary Eluvnra Sznlagyz Treasurer Carmen Testa ,r Kool ade Kool ade' Teecua Dolyak Dee Verna and Jane Babey add refreshment to the Varlety Show HOMEROOM 133 OFFICERS: President, William Anzilottig Vice-president, Dewey Amosg Secretary, Mary Andersonp Treasurer, Nancie Lundberg. HE JUNIORS HAVE THEIR OWN CLASS GOVERNMENT JUNIOR COUNCIL I HOMEROOM 'I35 CERS P d S 1 y J y B ki y T J I1 C Pins cmd rings - dances and hings. 66 OFFI 1 resi ent, Barrie Carter, Vice-president, A B ' ecre or , one uc e 5 reosurer, o n . . . TO PLAN THEIR ACTIVITIES HOMEROOM 228 OFFICERS Presudent CaroI Stemman Vuce presndent Bette Sedlncky Secretary Arlene Wugnall Treasurer Kenneth Smnth HOMEROOM 205 OFFICERS Presudent Theodore Haley Vnce president Lmda Gnllottu Secretary Mary Haas Treasurer Pamela Gray 1' ,v HOMEROOM 227 OFFICERS Presndent Wulluam Corarno Vnce presndent Barbara Cuglar Secretary Alan Cataudella Treasurer Vurguma Carter THE ORIGINALITY OF THE JUNIOR CLASS HOMEROOM 229 OFFICERS: President, Joan Kamesg Vice-president, Lee Winfong Secretary, Karen Keenang Treasurer, Carolyn Kennedy. Nancy Ashcroft, Emily McCracken, and Lee Totten "Wonder where the yellow went." J, 4,42 "My curl has spring!" says Karen To "Hoppy BRIGHTENS MANY AN ASSEMBLY OFFICERS Presndent Carleton Vnncelefte Secretary Della Verna Treasurer Allcla McGrath HOMEROOM 231 M I-1 HOMEROOM 232 OFFICERS: President, Vincent Fullerp Vice-presideni, Phillip Gibbonsp Secretary, George Gomperisg Treasurer, Joyce Francis. U-S. History-ci universal experience for all Juniors. S ,,.,-' ,,,.'-"' xl X ET 4.-. The Senior Council entertains the Junior Council to promote "good will" between the classes. On Friday, January 24th, the Jun- I . These pins are a symbol of the en- iors got their pins. These large red - V J ' "5 T ,W ,1 A - fl, thusiasrn that this class has shown and yellow emblems proudly pro- uf, 4, A f in ioining the SENIORS in S.H.S. claim their wearers-JUNlORS- M I I " 'Q' activities. Class of 1959. 2 l, . I i lik M f, AW? asm? A l ,X A .-"""': ...nblki-" wwf-4 HOMEROOM 233 OFFICERS: President, William Fohyg Vice-president, James Leahyg 7' Secretary, Ettastein Robinsong Treasurer, Teecia Dolyak. ""'-f-'uni "'---.:...'T. -Q---- Q ilu: sat-f4ar""' . ' ' 1 'bt f ' if STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS: L. to R., Susan Osman, Treasurer, Richard Ross, President, David Holdt, Vice-Presi- dent, Judith Firmender, Secretary. THE STUDENT COUN- CIL IS TO THE SCHOOL WHAT THE TOWN COUNCIL IS TO THE TOWN. Our Student Council works quietly and efficiently to help run our school. Every homeroom sends a delegate to the Council which meets weekly with Mr, John Olha, faculty advisor, in the Council Chambers at the Town Hall. This is an active group, spon- soring the Variety Show, the Annual Christ- mas Buffet, the Christmas Formal, and the United Fund Drive, STUDENT COUNCIL 99 QD A Student Council meeting with David Hold' acting for President Ross. Judy Firmender is calling the roll as she does every week. Well on behalf of the Student Coun- Senior members of the Council return to school from the Town Hall after cgi, yd like go say . . J' the usual Wednesday meeting. 2 N I rr: 'ga' I ,'!"fSN, Fra fi 191 X: C.E.P. - or Community Educa- tion Proiect - takes an active part in community life. Here some the C.E.P. members are seen conducting a survey on traf- fic conditions in the town of Strat- ford. The survey will reveal whe- ther or not more roads are need- ed in our town. HE COMMUNITY AND THE SCHOOL WORK TOGETHER Once a year the parents visit our school and become students again, following the daily schedules of their sons or daughters and en- ioying immensely this "remembrance of things past." Mr. Parry explains a ninth grade science proiect to an interested mother. Mr. Tuller and Mr. Watt of the Social Studies Depart- ment puzzle the parents with a problem in contem- porary history. 75 Ntln UUR SCHUUL THOSE SCHOOL YEARS-they go so fast! Why! you hardly get time to catch your breath, let alone look at each other. All the good things we did together-the big game and the snake dance down Main street, crying over a loss and turning somersaults for o win. Meetings! Meetings! Meetings! F.T.A. and F.N.A.! Scientists and homemakers-- "When do you kids ever study?" cries Mom. L J- Y- L. , 1, 1. MJILLUMQ, To NILFORO I X l u- .Q - ivan, ,-1--1 1-111- ,4-4-"" 5 ..- 5- 1- .:-:li 'Y l 3. ? f - 1, - 'ii-5",,f-' - f ' Muff. ,mn xlil1l'l J RSIQPK Z" wa un, Kit' l 'ALL' Rin lun. 44, ,gyda-4,1 'Lng N If URGANIZATIUNS "Activities for active kids smiles Dad OUR kids' Their laughter fills our town they are its heart. Look back and ask yourself what it was like to be in your teens It was an era of club meetings term papers ball games minimum essentials rings hats exams-gosh! it was awful-and WONDERFUL' SEE l in 'H P. '55 ll T . .5 . - Ciu- ' 1x"l , 5 W' vo:-:-24' 3:o,o,o.g .- .-5 ,,-.5 ,oooo ,F if fi 5622 +A 4:o'o,!5 K U ' : I Un, f , J 3 X ll I h NKAO S i Ml L L C LOG STAFF CO EDITORS Paulette Plura Marilyn Saksa ASSISTANT EDITORS Barbara Bonney Beth Rawson SPORTS EDITORS Geraldine Murray Ted Johnson ,AW Some of the ed tors confer with faculty advisors Mrs McCracken and Mr Conrad wrote the copy for page 62'9" ' Count those ballots We need them for page 59 " 'Does anyone know the president of F N A 9" "We re two weeks late now on our deadline Hard work flaring tempers quick laughter and a sense of accomplishment are the lot of the LOG staff EDITORIAL STAFF Candace Perley Barbara Bertany Bruno Primavera Sandra Glynn Duane Ludwig Rudy Kaplan Birgitta Unman , Q Q Q A ' Y Z' F VII ll T ! xx K. 9 h I , X f,,:! X Cx J Q 1 V . 'V 4 6 . . Room 232, Period 6, is daily a study in organized confusion. "Who I I ' I . ,, . . ' I I I lk, A TL, W . 3 'ff 1 - ::s,Q l - I I 0 . is .Q f in ffn A f . , B-f - , , . '.l--",g If? 'S' fi KV, . F t xl 'His' J jj,- 'la 'fig --- 'hi -"" Janice Greenwood and Kathy Barry ofthe art statf discuss a complicated problem of lay'out with Miss Hogan, Art Advisor, Wayne Ratzenberger, Photography Editor, and Rosemary DiTora, James Thorpe, Julie Jen- nings, and Paul Miller ot the art staff. A l f it s ' v , -1 K Barbara Mitnik fleftj, Business Manager, overlooks, a staff discussion among Sandra Pura, Marion Langston and Judy Perrault, Assistant Business Managers, Mary Timpanelli, Sandy Swirslzy, Assistant Advertising Manager, and Ann Roviello. LOG and CLARION Staffs Record the Facts About Our School. -uv Ni Marilyn Saksa Co editor is a study in applied action as she works on some copy Leonard Groves, Advertising Manager and Mr. Clark, Faculty Advisor, check over advertising possibilities Barbara Mitnik, Business Manager, passes out advertising contracts to an eager group of workers. The Tlarnan NHS Accepfs 20 Members: lnsfallafion Held May 27 f QXM x1NNN Q ' Nan 'S 4.-1 Q ,,?! Crowned Queen K InAnnuaI Ma Day Ceremony M N M The Ciarion 1 've .Li :w.1!'l-. x VM Nlsuxllmml Z. -. .g. :Q . 1 ui' ,ue -. z U ,tmmi , 1. 'f ,kiff .RQ X Nfl'-ifffik -Hiir. ww with-J I xgimz. if ""Q'- '-' thcm ,xp lx Tut ,mu w.:1biw1ud Mnmym , A NLUIINN .UA rims. X, .mm Club mama on them L will In .mz:p.c.a.A Mu- 4-' mvrxrv- bk.: ,Mlm mv, A' ' qmiw? MSQEHFTS Hggw uf -:ni 1.-'x rm! fazzli. ,lx uwhr '.- U xc xml' i UW' V357 :me mf -11-ern. .Lz 'x mi: - - . ' , , 1 - ie ' ,V Xa-A' F1 FK L17 71 773 nwtnrd .5 that O' :nv l,.xr1x!xc1.a Ldntur m Lhlci Q.. .K K .X-Km rr - . , -17-i'-" ' x"' A- 1""'uifd Kms uxhq -.x 1' 1:t'u.LU.Urv:d 11.1 R. Ny., 1 Ni A X nf-micd s.xc.1'fhx.. .4.'h .x eznrlf , LM V' 4 ' GMA H' lwrmxx 11 1'lt11'HlC7" -:Tu ah' ffurlf Assbmnt kk'Lim" "' 1 .mx 5.4 lucmry Nm!! I I ' rf' Vgejwg u : 1 I F ,, , , ,. Cm, :on Ska, Lf, A' ex r . ' 5 Annum: Press Con 177 er 719 2 - '- ig , - - . -' ' Buamfw Nall . 2,1 1 1,n'..4 . Advnsnry' l'r:u.urd 1.1. ,, . .xel. e. N, . Log Co-Edlfors . 111 X ,H l. ec f-. f'.:1,r-:- Y'.1,1.v'w Pwm ml I 7.1-'nl-.-1 5421.1 3' im- rr .xy Prmrcd hx luxe. Sadr Pun lm ' f- 'J..7e mf' n. .I , .. X If-.t Ur: F3 :t :V 'xlw 'AJ-'n. 115' ' Q .max-m 1 F- '. 'mg -Q e1-1al'.z'1Z- vm- -X QI 'li 1 if 5".k-'H Y-Jax-ww: 12.2 tw-rw Seniors lnSf,fufe - .- Hv"1'u Lfvzt11'i"Z"'.. Zh' 4-fi' -- "rj !1'F I' M- V. I-,.: - , fat.,-me-.R v,11'i1f.l 72.113 From DOO' P0"CY - - K,-'fm Hr.:-w f".':u.l-.vm 2 N , ,V U V 1 ' , fluff-.zu Kwan HzrYm1:w Ink' . 1 . 1, h V e ' . .1 - Upnnf fufxx .I md Hn ,A re ,- ,--V-N1 1 . -.cz-1 Y f M " SENEX Membership in Senex Cum Laude, the Senior Honor Society, was determined immediately fol- lowing the first marking period. This year, under the direction of Mr. David Tuller, Senex was quite active, meeting monthly, listening to prominent speakers, and selling candy between ses- sions in order to raise money for the Club's trip to New York. Officers: President, J. Wesley Kleppe, Vice-President, Allen Barrows, Secretary, Paulette Piu- ra, Treasurer, Rosita Lorch. ' ,Il W A f Q' -- fa"-41 v HONOR SOCIETIES RECOGNIZE NAUONALHONOR Fifteen juniors were taken into the National Honor Society last May. These members elected the following officers: President, J. Wesley Kleppe, Vice-President, Barbara Bonney, Secretary, Su- san Osman, Treasurer, Paulette Pjura. OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP f .I ffl, f .-. I A . IQ .JN if-hi 'Q gcboflh +"'2::1-a use Business is brisk, SOCIETY This fall National Honor Society added twelve new members to its ranks. One of the Club's activities was the "Hi-Fi-Hop" held in the gym on January 18. This dance proved to be both a social and financial success for the National Honor Society. ART CLUB This is our Art Club, an active group under the direction of Miss Anna Hogan -e scenery designers, poster- makers, and potential Gladys Rock- more Davises' Kneeling Ethyle McLaughlin Rosemary DeVivo Peg McLeod Standing Jean McGlbbon Diane Zalns Sue Noonan Sandy Wright Rosemary DlToro Sandy Pura Dolores Wiese Alexandra Vandercloclc Nancy Rader 5.51- PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Photography has become a highly developed art and the Stratford Hugh Club flashes here and there taking developing and printing its own pictures giving monthly awards and supporting itself by the sale of school supplies Officers President Walt Wolski Vice President Dan Diasio Secretary Pat Herman Treasurer Jeff Tellis 1 " t ' 1 ' 5 Q... T i if M T - " C 4 tt C li ' K f I! ,. , 1 ' ' 1' ' T 55 I X 'f R 'S 5 , C , li 5 1 ' si. 1 . s 1 V 1' ' . A A i .- . Q .L N' ' i - Y ' X T, 'X 'C ' ' .T A if . , ". -5 if s.. . l . I1 I , 4 ' : ' , 1 - , z , 1 I 5 ' DEBATING CLUB From September to the Chrnstmas dnnner to the club s May banquet Stratford Hugh School s debaters resolve to solve our natuon s problems Offlcers President Bruno Primavera Vnce President Andy Terwnlllger Recordung Secretary Barbara Bon ney Corresponding Secretary Barbara Levy Treas urer Arlene Wlgnall LATIN SINGERS Latin becomes a contemporary language when our favorite carols are harmoniously sung by these puellae pulchrae Arlene Wugnall Pat Frnborg Sue Dustln Judy Meller Barbara Levy and Teecna Dolyak under the dvrectlon of Miss McCarn Bruno Prnmavera Debatnng Club Presudent con vnnces Mnss Pans that he has a good speech Sv ll : I I 1 1 1 V f I ' I f ' I 5 1 f ' 1 f 1 ' I 1 F ' , . Q ' L 'N fn an , . 1 V, , I1 J N, , ' 5 V 1 - + .xv 4 5 5 Y fc .- I, -Q ' I V 1 . I If l I U ' High School sfudenfs find the town Library an unfailing source of reference A.M. LIBRARY CLUB, Advisor: Miss Gladys Stork material. Officers: Presideni, Merle Arbogasfp Vice-Pres- THE WELFARE OF OUR SCHOOL AND TOWN, P.M. LIBRARY CLUB, Advisor: Mrs. Frances Waters. Officers: President, Barbara Pavia, Vice-President, Patricia Donofriog Treasurer, Joyce Moskwap Secretary, Frances Lyons. 1: as --'- '- Y !g T .2 Y ji -1 -bi +lHllltlll ident, Joan Kamensg Secretary, Hope Knapp, Red Cross Headquarters is an active place when the Junior Red Cross repairs Treasurer, Elaine Woodford. toys for Christmas. OTH CULTURAL AND PHYSICAL, IS THEIR CONCERN JUNIOR RED CROSS The Junior Red Cross, under the direction of Mrs. Pauline Dennett, assists the Town Chapter by helping with the door-to-door canvass in Stratford and by repairing toys for needy families. Active members: Carol Kunin, Joan Super, Judith Anderson, Sally Cole, Barbara Seahack. BAND OFFICERS L. to R.: Vice-President, J. Wesley Kleppeg Librarian, Gay Bouchordg Treasurer, George Patrickg Secre- tary, Susan Ready President, Joseph Moier. COLOR GUARDS Bruce Melendy, Victor Bible Rich ard Holdt, John Gardner, James Barmer. THE BAND ,Q v .- ,.... ..-.... llll IIII .. .tml CUR BAND Marching through the seasons, the Stratford High School Band, under the direction of Mr. Frank Furman, arouses school spirit and earns admiration. Fall finds the Band marching in support of our football team. During the winter months they per- form at the Christmas assembly and prepare for the annual concert which takes place in the spring. Stratford is especially proud of members that participate in the All-State Band-Joseph Mojer, Su- san Read, and Rachael O'BIenis. THE STUDENTS OF OUR TOWN SING OUT! A CAPPELLA CHOIR The A Cappella Choir, meeting five times a week under the direction of Mr. Frank Furman, is a choral group of which the school is proud. The Choir sings at assemblies and con- certs and sends its members to represent Stratford in the All-State Choir. Officers: President, Bryan Davenport, Vice-President, Jane Babey, Sec- retaries, Judith Anderson and Judith Perrault, Treasurer, Anita Drayton. is Iv 'l,ff,b:Qs M M3511 '54 ALMA "Stratford, Sing Thy Praises of Glory!" The A Cappella Choir sings the appealing "CaroI of the Sheep Bells" at the Christmas Concert. 90 MA CMELODY flillifiliilfli Q-2 XJ Filled with Honor and Loyalty over Hill and Dale. i adlfi ofzfllffl' W Q. iffffffw fi fig in B- A 'I 25, The Girls' Choir, directed by Mr. Furman, takes an active part in school life by performing in the spring concert, assemblies, and our May Queen Crowning. They sing all types of music from classical to popular. NN 2. , sv I A In 41, ' ish? 'I asv! male, ,,,.s vw 4. MASQUERS President Ricky Confneld Vlce Presndenf Judy Arnold Secretary Sandy Glynn Treas urer Walter Wolskn Advisor Mrs Helen Bodnar Bull Cefolo gefs the wrong cue STAGE CREW Workers behind the scenes Advnsor Mr James Connors Froni and Center' 4-I Q .pr "Q by Xi' - Ricky! Y., If K Ur' I?" Theater Arts class learns the delicate art of make-up under the tutelage of Mrs. Bodnar. DRAMATICS-a chonce for self-expression through acting, di- recting, and painting scenery. DRAMATEERS: The Sophomore Dramatic Club, under the direction of Mr. Ferri, has for its officers: President Evelyn Gallop Vice-President, Janet Murphy, Secretary, Maryann Pasieka, Treasurer, JoAnn Drake. 6 it A ' :E 1 W ' , Db B Af P5 Q 5 E if 1 'Q --1 W Us Q Evgug !G,,QSSf5'?l'-Z?'G ff' ' 51 '91 ...Y W- , , we W AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS "Mr. Gregor, may we please have someone in room I3'l immediately?" "Is there anyone to run a projector lor Miss Riley?" "Who said this projector is easy to thread?" "Do the Film Service boys know about the dance Saturday?" Mr. Gregor's hard- working groups are certainly kept busy. Us Tv., A.M. FILM SERVICE A.M. AND P.M. FILM SERVICE OFFICERS Mr. Patrick Gregor. uv, ."14'aa.-,. P. M. Film Service Club. Chairman, Bruce Kelmanp Assistant Chairman, James Benjaminp Secretary, Lewis Comeng Faculty Advisor THEY OPEN OUR EYES-- PUBLICITY CLUB Mr. Paternoster and his group keep our bulletin boards attrac- tive and up-to-date. sr. HI C S Clerucal glrls advised by Mrs Mildred Schrllrng get a plcture of business lrfe ln this area through listenrng to speakers at monthly meetnngs They also loan the OF F rn sellnng Chnstmas cards and enloyrng a lornt banquet nn May Offncers Presndent Marlene OBoyle Vrce Presrdent Joyce Spotlow Secretary Martlee Toler Treasurer Patrrcra Crane gtxkf E 'J ,x" X-'0 -ZXL i lc .,,. A volunteer group ol girls, directed by Miss Mary MocDonnell, pertorrri on invaluable service to our school by torrning o stenogrophic pool which enables teachers to have typing, dittoing, and duplicating done. .Qi BUSINESS COURSE GIRLS OF TODAY ARE THE OFFICE WORKERS OF TOMORROW Mrs Samuel Tedesco wnfe of Brldgeporis Mayor and former O FF member s entertained at tea by the O F F an active Club of stenographuc QI ls Offncers President Marlan Langston Vnce President Audrey Keller? Secretary Evelyn Cocco Treasurer Julue Kraynak Faculty Advuser Mass Imelda Goyette .Wm vl- 'J-lic' SERVICE CORPS Servnng on a volunteer basns these gurls are Mass Molgard s rlght hand gals They brung absence sheets run errands puck p 2nd Row Bob Z ma Joh P ppas Bob Ja osko 3 d Row W yne N koneczny AndyTe ullge HALL GUARDS The Hallguards dnrected by Mr Penders move traffuc In our crowded halls Boys must mamtann hugh scholastic over ages and be of good character THESE CLUBS OFFER CHEERFUL AND SCIENCE CLUB These members of the newly organized Science Club will some day offer service to the commumty and natxon Advused by Mr Rnchard Blake the Club as off to a good start havmg had a speaker from Sskorsky and demonstrations by nts own members Offncers President Andrew Terwnllrger Vice Presldent Harold Todd Secretary Patrlcla Hogg Treasurer Robert Lastomersky f f ' 4 ' - l E ees E X 3 'V . ,.,, f ' A. .. V 1 I - , V.. , - - . . L - . . I . ' I ll ' - ll l 1 1 I U W ' ' ' ' ' ' absences. and run more errands- L. to R.: Pete Farrell, Ernie Barberio, Pete O'Molley, Bruno Primavera. : i , n a , n . r 1 a a , rw'i r. I - 1 . . , I . . . . ' 2 1 I ' 1 I 1 I r - l USHERS' GUILD The Ushers' Guild, composed of girls cho- sen on the basis of scholarship and de- pendability, serves our school by ushering at football and basketball games at dra- matic events and concerts. Sponsored by the A.A. the Ushers are colorful either in club sweaters or evening gowns. Officers President Susan Osman Vice President Jane Babey Secretary Arlene Wignall Treasurer Gerry Murray Advisor Miss Virginia Andre Junior Ushers form an honor gua d for the g aduat ng class Judi R ers and Paulette Piura lead the Daisy Chain in 1957 Nas INDISPENSABLE SERVICE TO OUR SCHOOL .191 -...x Y. ezi Q F.N.A. The Future Nurses of America learn about the various phases of in nursing as a career by listening to speakers and by visiting hospitals in this area. They also made stuffed animals this year, profits from the sale of which enabled them to sponsor a Christmas party for the patients at Hillside Home. -1 MANY OF OUR STUDENTS WILL REPRESENT US -3 The A M and P M groups of F T A meet together and have the same officers who are. President, Anita Drayton Vice President Joan Kamens Secretary Jane Babey . . 4- ' ""'- 17,7 4,.,gu,,- ' 'A V, M.-'Y I , , ' A F A nj' - ,- F. T. . This club trains the future teachers of America. These girls receive first- hand experience in teaching by visit- ing in the public schools of our town during Observation Week in May. Included in their many activities were a candelight installation service for their officers, a December tea, and a visit to Danbury State Teachers College in November. IN PROFESSIONAL FIELDS IN YEARS TO COME. ...J Treasurer, Nancy Moran, Advisor, Mrs. Pearl June. JL I 101 ,O "Another opening, another show . . ." i HCOMMERCIALLY YOURS" fi E A 11 ' '41'h , - . X u ' fa - Ava 31 5? asv " fx K Sandy and Phil Q' 5 i Mary and Dave ix "Take a letter, Miss Hackensack." ,fi 4 'W Y X N fx Joe and Kathy fy, y 1' -. it A01 , "nf s Judy Kovalsky, Janice Tomaczak, and Rose Cwalina make up Joan Pavia before curtain, 5.1 f Ng L.. N' , 5 l' , 'X V '24 -ix A L if-1-F-41 'L AA. YI JW if "Busy Doy! Busy Day!" ' S 6 112' , tux I4 Bill cmd Sandy "How dry I om." N-J Brian and Ann ,f""N o if L .. f 3 u . 1 , . 5 "Water, Water.' John and Julie "Five minutes till curtain." Sci Q1 X.- qh , Q, x , ,, 4, 4 2, .1 F If -Z uf' v' fi 13, W2 Q." ,g , ,-- V21 v f., ,Alu 4, Y. . , , ,, W I 95' f A+ ,f 52? if 3 Z3 Fltuf N.-i, A A OFFICERS Presldent Larry Lazaro Vlce President Carol Stemman Secretory Carolyn Ross: Treasurer Gerry Murray Athletuc Dnrector Mr Robert Eusenberg Assistant Athletic Dlrector Mr George Vntelh A A COUNCIL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The AA us an orgamzatuon for all stu dents and anyone can become a member sum ply by purchasing an AA tncket during the annual txcket drwe at the begunmng of the school year The A A sponsors pep awards assemblues plus the Thanksgnvmg and sprung dances It us the responsubnluty of the A A to keep our team nn tmp top shape as for os unnforms and equip ment go the selhng of shakers book covers puns and A A tuckets are prolects designed to meet the many expenses facing the A A and to promote good school splrnt The A A Councul IS made up of delegates from each homeroom and nts purpose us to plan and promote A A achvmes throughout the school year i . - D x A . m ' IJ -9 - 4 -. ' , I . - - . .1 . - t Y . ' I ml I I I 4 lf, ' , ..' ' ' . ... . I X I 4' A F -'I '-5, 1 I ' I V ---ff-jf gf. I U-N ,-----A' I 4 A ' H x I - 1- . 5 -- - 1 L T , : . ss- . 3 X, S l I2 J Y ' t, The sale of AA membershup tuckets thus year was almost an athletuc contest un utself Competutuon between classes to take top place un sales ran hugh and the last day of the mem bershup canvas un Stratford Hugh was luke last eve ofa presudentual electuon The wunnung class whuch happened to be the class of 1958 was awarded a banner beatung out the class of 1959 by VK: more sales A holder of an A A mem bershup tucket may attend football and basket ball home games at less than gate pruce and also receuves a subscruptuon to the school paper THE CLARION Judy Tabak Dave Holdt Duck Ross Judy Furmender and Marlene O Boyle watch the thermometers rusung The AA offuce us a busy pace when membershup tuclmets are sold by Gerry Murray and Carolyn Rossu W6 . . ' ' l I . . . . 3 . . A HXTCX'-5 minute election returns in Washington on the ' . H H , 1 , w - . , 1 X l ' l 107 1- A- 4 OFFICERS: President, Rosemary Cwalinog Vice-President, Louise Schippanip Secretary, Joyce Spotlowg Treasurer, Aniia Drayton. The Senior and Junior Girls' Sports Clubs . X f- x X E?-V' v -f 0 ,lr Q if i attract a large and octave membership Under the direction of Mnss Helen Faland these clubs participate un untramural sports such as basketball and volleyball I .VX -I X ,f X" ," i I -ax GO! GO! GO! . vu-Y. 4 - I VARSITY LETTERMEN L. to R.: R, Peferson, R. Ross, T. Boynton, E. Hesfer, L. Lazaro, R. Masfroni, H. Wilson, P. Farreli, T. LaCroix, E. Paolelte, E. Smith, T. Berardi, J. Papas, C, Heiman, E. Barberio, R. Zima, W. Nokoneczny, J. Brown, R. Skiranich, R. Knoblock, D. Amos, B. Carter. Wayne is on the way over the line. T10 W .X WN, ,. 1 Go! Spider! GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB P. M. SESSION Y 0 4 4 K uf' I ll 3 44 s - . ' . at . V A - .V - ,- vm-fx ..v- I "5 Q4-1. A . Q ,t 5.-... BOYS' SPGRTS CLUB Boys' Sports Club, under the direction ot Mr. Penders, affords an opportunity tor all boys to participate in intramural sports. OFFICERS: President, Robert Mastroni, Vice- President, Ernest Barberio, Secretary, Robert Harrison, Treasurer, Robert Zima. Under the direction of Mrs. Malone, the P.M. Girls' Sports Club gives the ninth and tenth grade girls a chance to satisfy their interest in active sports. XXX NX s i X Y, Y ,f X. l1v"p"""V' Y'V'V"Y '.. gli Fir" -. i 'XJ- l 1 I .NRA if W. Nakoneczny R. Zima 'P Q, Tj 'Y X' ' P. Farrell T. Robbins 1' C'- D. Vitko VARSITY Last fall, after two close losses to Harding and Danbury, the North Parade gridders fought their way to victories over every opponent except Prep to finish the season with a 5-3 record. In this year's Thanksgiving classic, Milford visited Longbrook Park, where our fired-up Stratford squad fought to a T3-7 victory, with Wayne Nakoneczny and Jerry Nolan winning the annual awards as outstanding players. The team showed a lot of speed in the backfield with halfbacks "Luch" Mastroni and Larry Lazaro often break- ing away for long gains. The line was led by Captain Wayne Nakoneczny' and Center Bob Zima. Nakoneczny, a capable leader kept a spirited attack on the field at all times. All team members contributed to a successful season. Captain Nakoneczny and Coaches Harvey and Crump. TEAM Manager lastomirski. D. Amos, L. Lazaro, T. Robbins, E. Barberia, R. Zima, W. Nakoneczny, P. Farrell, J. Nolan, R Mastroni, E. Paoletti, D. Vitko. Manager, Czaikowski. R. Knob- lock, J. Dias, J. Papa, D. Jezienny, C. Heiman, C. Vincelette, T. LaCroix, FOOTBALL E. Paolette 4' 1 ' . fffxf 7 ,Q .' ' v' T R. Mastroni '!'e I- J. Nolan E. Barberio FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD L, Lqzoro Opponent Stratford 7 Harding O 7 Danbury 0 O Central 45 i2 Hamden 20 19 Prep 6 O Andrew Ward 39 O Bullard Havens 25 7 Milford i3 The football team shows unusual talent at pep assembly. MEMBERS K. Smith, E, Smith, W, Perry, Kristiansen, E. Hester. Manager, Arty- mowslzi, P, Gibbons, F. Kaminslri, R Dolyall, R, Evanlxo, J. GIOmCff9l, D T ll W ornas o, ranzino esi Knox, W. Coraru l. pheart, D. Mar , C. T Q K Moscovics G fo. 2 i' J V FOOTBALL lst Row Coach Caserla M Jackson G Gregory J Wlse H Schmidt D Karpom T Drlver R Norton E Hester E OConnell Asst Coach Perry 2nd Row M Cocco H Seymour M Pntonlok A Oakley W Llptak J Buss D McCoy L LaBarba L Massa 3rd Row Manager A Donahue J Cardnello A Gomez M OBoyle Mlssmg from picture R Carb W S ld Luch a o I P Persson M Dolego D Farrell L Breault R Johnson B Smith J Bike T Marranzmo D Kershaw P Sklrkamch R Volgmuth T Furrantello J Llska D Blaloglowy R Jones :lx ve Q0 'll '--, 1' J V FOOTBALL Dave Karpom a very capable quarter b ack kept up the team s splrut throughout the season Numerous tnmes he broke away for long gains and touchdowns scornng sux tumes Russ Norton gannmg the yardage when called upon dad a fine lob nn the fullback slot Outstandmg starters, Jerry Gregory Hnl mar Schmndt Tony Gomez Ed OConnell Jan Lnska and Bob Volgmuth led the lane Boys w o showed promlse later an the season were Pete Persson Make Putomak Al Oakley and Blll SO dl 114 .. 2 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1 1 1 . ,. , . z. ,. ,. ,. ,.1-1- 1- 1- - , , 1111 : . ,. ,. ,. . 1.1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1 -1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- 1- x. . 1 . 'ON ,,,'.-.A .11 1l- Q'- , . Q 1 1. . I . V ,.. 1 , . 1 1 ? . ,vf A . ...- I' ' -I 1 . , 1 1 1 1 1 1 ff' 9-I 1' 3 'lst Row l to R V Fuller L Lazaro A Ricketts S Thrush J Carson R Ross Manager Lastomirski Mr Vitelli 2nd Row Mr Needham D Amos W Schustek T Robinson .l Nolan VARSITY BASKETBALL This years team after a slow start due in part to the illness of Captain Dick Ross suddenly found itself in the middle of the season They went on to win nine of their last eleven games and their last five in a row Their TO 3 record earned them ninth place in the Haven The leading scorers for the Red and Gold were tall Ted Robinson leading rebounder for the squad and consistent scorer Jerry Nolan Nolan was especial r ly effective in the latter part of the season during the North Parader's winning streak. Larry Lazaro, a good floor man, helped win games with his clutch shooting from the foul line. Robinson, Nolan, Ross, and Lazaro will be lost through graduation, and Coach Needham looks to Juniors Dewey Amos, Jim Diaz, and Art Ricketts, and Sophomore Steve Thrush as the basis of next year's team. All these boys saw a lot of varsity action this year, and should see even more next year. - 1 i .,,. s... e Dick Ross CIAC Tournament at New Haven where they were edged out by a slim nine point margin Q58 493 by first rated and eventual State Champs Wilbur Cross of New Captain Dick Ross and Coach Needham I Tume out for a breather Jerry Nolan ed Robinson Z I. ll , . Mr. Ricketts and Town Manager Harry Flood ar terested pectators at ll g mes M Flood played fo Stratford whe he was an cle g ad ate Larry Lazaro VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES U B Freshman Danbury Central Alumm U B Freshman Farrfueld Prep Bullard Havens Milford Basslck Hardlng Central N H Freshman Fanrfueld Prep Bullard Havens Mnlford Bassnck Hardlng Wilbur Cross ft ourneyl Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Stratford Cove rtnm el L J V BASKETBALL s Ro Le phe o ac 1 Ca o er D Hold! J DeL ca R C ones F Cholko J M play C ch R Need am J V BASKETBALL Opponent Sfrafford Danbury Central Alumnl N E oys Prep Bullard Haven Mnlford Basslck Hardmg FRESHMAN BASKETBALL Row J Masglea R ry 1 o M Co Ro a e o Ro D lpacs All eyes on the ball OUR ENERGETIC CHEERLEADERS lo R Kneeling M Chisholm E Cocco Co Cap! E Mllclos N Glowolsliy CoCop1 and C Rossi Oo R Sfondnng Suzehe Poskunclc Irene Csuka Teecla Dolyak Karen Keenon ond Merc: Boswell OUR HIGH STEPPING TWIRLERS fo R D Doyfon C Lowe S Bernard S Grudberg F Andrlso M Korzen Head Moloreffe G Libby Levy J Tomczok D Chose M Adoms M L Taylor B Llnefi Mlssmg from pedure P Tobolt 'v SWIMMING IS A POPULAR SPORT VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM 'Ist Row L toR R Peterson H Wlson J Brown T Boynton B T Elfo L Robb s D llnley D Butterwo Davenport T LaC ox W Nokoneczny O K Sm Tl' W Sm Th P I-GSHGSI 2nd Row Coach Crump R Rohn D Marc zno P Gossart J 't Ronn1e Peterson Thus year our swnmmang team establ1shed a new record by wnnnlng the M B I A C champ1onsh1p for the thurd con secutnve year bunldlng up a IQ 4 record They also tned for honors un the Southern Connectucut champ1onsh1p The cltmax ot the season came rn the C IA C State Meet when all seven of the Stratford sentors qualutned for hnal com petntnon and the team comptled 22 POINTS for fourth place In the New England champnonshnps on March 8 Bryan Davenport qualatued un the breast stroke along wnh two relay teams Capable captaun Ted Boynton led thus year s successful team SWIMMING SCOREBOARD Opponent Stratford Mnlford Crosby Central Greenw1ch Hopkuns Sacred Heart Wtlbur Cross Norwalk Hamden Basslck Staples Naugatuck Yale Carnnval East Haven Hardung MBIAC Champ1onsh1p Yale Frosh CIAC New England 3 qual , , .1 , , . i , . , . , . 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A: ' Q 4 View ff- 1-me .,, J fi-egafzf N 44 4' u 4, A Irfan fl Y' nl sv VV H fn , -H.. 4- ' QQ. 'gtg 5 UQ: 'It-A ixxzyi "g- U14 V av 'ir N1 xt' it LL Qgg-5 4 'L W 10 Ronme Peterson 1 QW IQ! George Devm x0 gf' Xiu! L J N-J ohn P Sulvestr: 2' 5 N k -QBA . X rv " 0 1 , 'iii N13 L9 r ff . ,,l,. . "1 "' SSID.: I' Q . "'.g.f,--fxrwx ,gf-, . 'A .JH .3 Hs. gfl x'-:yr-g,:-,J eg 1 .s K- "':1fl x Ee .1 q, . .- K... 1. ,rf .AQ in :Q .g 4: .I-.1-I lA'-V., 4 -rf-uf .1,4.,gnA,'5r:.e 1- if-KA, 4-,1,,.i,,x91.f,4l--f, 1 -14" , ?f'4'n. 4' il- ' Y. , - Q, Q" 4, an . . ' - . W. F J, . . '-o ' 4 "ig 'U rI1'1-'SYN' v 1 f:'-- 0' '.-L "',..d".' v A f f N f -r ', -x - Jqlf'-,lr S 'guy'- !. 1' - -1, if "'. ,,', 'vi ,,,x-gn.. '1 7 I ,x ?,,sq" "r'J'-t -, -f s',y' 'V 1 Q11-C"ig.Qlx K ' Eff :' ,. 3: ' -,Q x 1 .VF 5 sr g yy .1 ,I .4 . 'K .. --.1J,.g , , - A. 5' . -"vf'. . ', '4. -55. :Yr W -fA"f ?'-3: .5 .f- ,Q 'IiQ.n:'.". 3- f - ' U 1 fa . ', 5134 Aix K . 7 1 Y ,- la gr' ,r ,, . f . .,n5:fY-- ,-'.' -:'-5 3.1 Q. F jg W Y.Qt"s4' " A 1.-lx l..'Jgt' - . ...'...',. Q1 1- ,N 47"jL E . 1,31 T,,A'..f'1 'mf 1 .' Q 51:-.,', .lH:.',,h4.,,i.7:.: .,. Sup. fr, ., .ul J, 1 ,ffl "1.slgdiz-L-...,':.,"..,. ' . , 'fi' , 'A' ".'ff,"r' ' :"f-l..',A.:x r " -'fun '-. ,: ',i:,l Q" J is wh- X 1-1'5!:: 8-XA ".. uf! 5 m ,L in 1 ." ',4 r ,I nt... I! 1 .-1,2 5 . . nf mf' P . , - -I . iv 1 1 w' N J . 22 lf xx lx T700 1 6 xy 1' J Xxfb E jr' F Ig .4 U BASEBALL TEAM Milewskl D Jezierny W Fahey T Berardu Co Captains G Goodchild lst Row L to R A Ricketts V and R Ross L Lazaro J Papa R 2nd Row MonagerJ Sllvestrl J F Tucci R Peterson E Finnegan 3rd row Coach Penders R Ryder Cox Assistant Coach Eisenberg Mlhahk G Devltt Carson J McDougall C CZCIlIk0WSkl V Fuller B Barrett R Mastronl R Lastomirsky Assistant Manager R Russo A Montecalvo l Lerner W Schustek D Tormllo K Dixon longbrook Field at longbrook Park BASEBALL This year s team is prepared to better last year s - ' record of 13 wins and 4 losses. Despite the gradua- tion of three senior members, the team has fine potential. The experienced pitching of Ross and Papa may be the decisive factor in the coming season. Guided by Coach Jim Penders and Assistant Coach Bob Eisenberg, this years team should be the best ever to play for the Crimson and Gold. BASEBALL SCHEDULE HOME GAMES April 21-Hillhouse April 25-Milford 2-Bassick 13-Central 16-Harding 23-Bullard Havens 28-Prep May May Moy May May AWAY GAMES April April April April April May Moy May May May 14-Wilbur Cross 'I4-Wilbur Cross 18-Central 22-Harding 29-Bullard Havens 5-Ludlowe 9-Prep 20-Milford 26-Hillhause 27-Bassick 4 TP? .41 CROSS COUNTRY Ts? Row W Anzelloth C Hanson P Yakovblan Captann B Bodnar R Oppel P Hronlaln K Brosge TRACK TEAM 151 Row L to R R Zuma D Vnko P Franz R Sluramch T Robinson B Bodnar M Jackson M Patrlck J Dias K Smnh C Vnncelehe 2nd Row J Leahy T Flrrantello F Kamlnslu J Knrkland A Alves C Molllco A Oakley R Jones J Glameften T Johnson G Gomperts 3rd Row G Gregory D Karponl W Sold: I Bednar R Glllman D Yakoubuan D Vlcior W Koundry J Leuphearf W Ansellom 4th Row C Pnke P Hronlnk F Rang W Hovan S Ondek R Bukovchuk G Burhson J Gergeley T Karaskos A Donohue C Ruoss K . I AV ff l , , 5 " , - F' S K ' A 5 5 22 i , .P s N 1 l ' ' . 2nd Row: R. Skirkanich, B. Carter, A. Terwilleger, F. Ring, R. Roberts, Mr. Bottaro. ' , . I , . ' . OUR FACULTY IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF OUR TOWN Teachers stay teachers an our town' Dedlcated to the tradntuons for whuch the set tlers and defenders of our town struggled fought and dued the faculty of Stratford Hugh School ns ever aware of the standards of learnmg establushed by men luke Samuel John son but ns not bound by the narrowness of lookmg backward Vutally mterested nn the current academlc revnval a large percent of the faculty contnnues to work toward hlgher degrees and partlcupate an workshop courses Often speakers at P T A meetmgs through out the town active partuclpants un communuty orgamzatlons and always available for parent student conferences our faculty looks forward wnthout Iosmg slght of the academnc tradltuons of the past which are choracternstac of the state of Connectucut OFFICE STAFF Mlss Molgard Mrs Yatsnnko ,.-. They are the wheels wnthrn the wheels the middle of all school actlvmes Mrs Fl'Cll"l'0I'0lI M155 Cqrrgll Mrs Youngs Q Attendance Officer Mass Cunmngham A MISS Tracy Guidance Director , Guidance Advisor Mass Peck Mnss Stork r- School Nurse Lubrarran " Mrs Rlcclo Mrs WGTSYS School Nurse Llbfdfldfl W .Q 125 I I . I A I . . . . . . I I . . . . . . . I . ' 1 . . in . .iq s ' ,J if . - , Q f . L 1' S sf . . O 5 .,,f, 1 . 4, - X ig V A ' ' I . I Qi. , NAME, y ' 1 3 -f . I . . X i , ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 4- Mrs. Evelyn Wordell X i N The English Department offers a varied and comprehensive program. The needs of the students are met by Honors courses, College Preparatory courses, Business and Clerical English, Speech, Drama- tic Arts, Technical Arts and General courses, and a Reading Center. A Leisure Reading program is also a unique feature of the English curriculum. Students have won awards in the National Scholastic contests, Oratorical contests, and D.A.R. playwriting contests, and are annually represented in the National High School Poetry Anthology. Mr. Gregor's 12 CS class enioys - poetry? 1' Some of the 9th grade boys know the answer, Mr. Fitzsimmonsl Mrs. Mildred Schilling Miss Virginia Andre Mr. Patrick Gregor Mr. Thomas Puglise Mrs. Helen Bodnar Mr. James Connors Mrs. Ruth McCracken Mr. Robert Conrad Mrs, Pauline Dennett Mrs. Birgit Lindeberg Mr. Gene Fitzsimmoris Mr. Vincent Fiorito SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Q L 3 -gf - Miss Anne Paris The Social Studies Department provides for the stu- dents in our school a broad look at the work of our govern- ment and the history of our country. Field trips, selected movies, and current magazines aid us in getting a better understanding of the world today. The Social Studies Depart- ment stimulates and encourages intellectual curiosity. FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Latin, Spanish, and French are offered to the students in our school interested in foreign languages. Although academic perfection is expected, teachers in the Depart- ment also make the languages - even Latin - vital and contemporary. Mrs. Rita Welborn Mr. Richard Watt Miss Fannie Lichman Miss Marjorie Boyle Miss Honor McCarn Miss Doris Charter Rosemary Cwalina destroys Mr. Tuller's dignity backstage at the Variety Show. Qu Asha Mrs. Pearl .lune Mr, David Tuller Mr. Robert Eisenberg Miss Eloise Carter Miss Mary Riley Mr. Joseph Clark Mr. Mark Ross Mrs. Beryl Kaufman X1-an ,,-. - be 91' Q Mr. Richard Blake an be I .Ns . SCIENCE DEPARTMENT A-,Ima f ,, ' .1 A .rm I, We, .A J .' 6 AV gl' rf' 1 , 4 'll X A X, 7 S I 1 Mrs. Jayne Benson Mr. Victor Crump Mr. John Ruzislley Mr. Edmund Lankowski Mr. John Domiian Y 45 ., fm wi" 5. ...3 " Mass Wheelers buology room IS a fascrnatlng place MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Qtr, 5. 1 'L 1? A Mr Raymond Parry Mr Herbert Wolfson Mr George Vrtelln Mr Eugene Locke Muss Ruby Wheeler The Sclence Department has long ssnce been geared for the Sputmk age wnth courses ID blology physlcal science physrcs and chem lstry lncludmg Honors courses Mr Elden Dusttn Mr Howard HII -rig Mr Jack Bottara Mr Wulsne Curr: Honors courses In geometry algebra trlg and calculus are balanced by general math and remedial math so that all students In Strat ford Hugh have a foundatnon nn essential math prnncnples 12 Q 'Y' M, Kenneyh Hathaway Mr, Esfelle I-,pp,nC0n Mm Mary pm Mrs Mary Olhq Mrs Rosamond Dustln Mr Walter Kopslck Q f Both Mr Hathaway and has class work' l ly x X 1 . v K: Xu 3 M 'l n N se l' A . ' ' T T y M H A 5 4. 1- . F to A 1 . I ' 4 5 Q 1. . a T' A -Q A' " lr 1' :ll 'dl 'cf 1 A . . , A tr is-in . I U . l . . . T skkqw ' I, X . Ny a U - ' HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT 1 9-1- Miss Isabel McCobb sl .gg Mrs. Kathryn Parlt Miss Janet Crooks '11 1.9731 A loaf of bread, a new oven, and Mrs, Park! Sewing, cooking, home plan- ning and decorating are offered ' to the girls, Chefs' Club to the vxl boys. The magnificent new kitch- ' en lends enchantment! -C, 'cm Mrs. Myra Buell The art of homemalzing is taught by Mrs. Buell. BUSINESS EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Miss Rose LaBash Mrs. Virginia Preston .VJ 'F' I i Mr. John Olha Mr. Leonard Manchester Mr. Leslie Faullxne Girls who come out of the Business Edu- cation course are assured of good office positions that will meet their needs because of the care that has gone into their training. The Business Department also sends college students on their way with the ability to do accurate typewritten work. Y W . 55, L. S ' ' lb pw gg Miss Imelda Goyette Mrs. Avis Alcott Mrs, Edith Paul Miss Mary MacDonnell Mrs Anno Ro m d - y on +55 Mrs. Raymond teaches both football and math stars to type. 129 ART DEPARTMENT Mass Anna Hogan Out of the art room come tnnlshed oll and water color pauntlngs ornglnal designs paper sculpture ceramncs greetmg cards as well as posters stage scenery and art work M' Alhed BI""cho'd tor LOG and CLARION Students annually take many top awards an the Natnonal Scholas tlc contest MUSIC DEPARTMENT Band chorus A Cappella chonr music theory and oppre clatlon are offerings of the Muslc Department Mr Froncls Furman Mr Furman drums for an appreciative audience PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Emphasus as placed In the Phys Ed Department on partncupatlon by aII an sports dancnng and exercnsung for physncal fitness Exodus t om the g Is locker room M155 Helen Folqnd Mr James Pende s M s Jule Malone sf M Pat Case a K I 1 I , I 1 I 1 I A, . I ,K lu I r W, . . Nw 4 I - lv' aj' H I , . r Ir ' . ' I . Y f l 4:95 ' ' r. ri ' . if 1 .X- C INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT There s something about a carl Charles Quinlan Earl Flagg John Radder Thomas Dickson John McGarry William Milish Francis Skinner William Powers Mechanics Jim Lyons and Harry Ray Mrs Walker Matron Mrs Kimball and Mr Quinn get lunch From our well equipped wood and metal shops print shop auto mechanics shop and mechanical and architectural drawing rooms come the skilled workers of the com munity Top awards have been won by Stratford boys in the national Ford Motor and Fisher Body contests in the last several years Mrs Knstiansen Cafeteria Manager Mrs Kimball Mrs McNamara Mrs Aldrich Mrs Gunderman and Mrs Banks spend a busy hour at the cate counters Mrs Booth is also a member of the cafe staff The Patrons and Advertisers Our Town Support Our School Andrew Bros Inc 289 Sherndan Street Stratford Connecticut Belle Beauty Shoppe 3692 Mann Street Stratford Connectucut C 8. C Pnzzerna 721 Connectucut Ave Bndgeport Connectlcut Communuty Pharmacy 350 Stratford Road Lordshrp Connectncut Andrew Demotses 2284 Broad brudge Avenue Stratford Con nectrcut Drayton Cleaners 821 Success Avenue Stratford Connectncut Fslm Servnce Club 2336 Mann Street Stratford Connectucut Chester E Haberlm MD 2944 Mann Street Stratford Connectucut Dr Robert S Hudak 2692 Mann Street Stratford Connectucut An Interested Patron Mr 81 Mrs Harvey L Katz 8- 37 Wnnter Street Stratford Connectucut The Lads Pappas Shoe Store Mann Street Stratford Connectncut Prrettls Mobnl Statton Family Prosecutor and Mrs Isaac Murov Dr 81 Mrs T D Splvack Wnllnam Sholannch 26 Porter Street Stratford Connectncut Standard Home Utnlutnes lnc 127 Wnlmot Avenue Brudgeport Connecticut Stratford Department Store Mann Street Stratford Connectucut Stonybrook Grocery 833 Stonybrook Road Stratford Connectncut Rapp s Housewares Mann Street Stratford Connectlcut Dr P J Rheunfeld 2064 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut S M Rood DDS Rotary Cleaners 1208 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectucut Judge Raymond Rubens 65 Bnttersweet Lane Stratford Connecticut Town Hall Agency 1223 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectncut S Thomases M D 2592 Mann Street Stratford Connectncut Vallencourt s Department Store Corner Stfd 8. Mann Street 3644 Mom Sn-eef Stratford Connecticut Stratford Connecticut of Nathan H. Friedman Dr. 8- Mrs. Frank D. Riccio 132 W W Screw Machlne Products The Wlndmlll Restaurant 765 Woodend Road 400 Hollnster Street Stratford Connectvcut Stratford Connecticut K gJ Stratford ooks ahead ak " ll E orlgmal layouts II 9 'HC lL W' 1 !!!!!f direct sales F 'M personal service art servrce retouchmg composition E if 'P mechamcals halftone and lmo negatives 1 m and plate strrppmg plate making offset printing folding complete bmdery service packaging delivery 1 o'toole and sons, mc sfamford, connecticut stcmlo d do 49226 new york me 5 4112 53000000000000-0000000000-000-000-000'0ff00f 133 X 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 X 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 N 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 2 5 0000000100010001100000-7000096657060060110400010010-0-00'001'000Y0"6g X7 9 .. .. ,. .. , .. , , ,,,, , , , ,,,7 .t .- .5 ,. , 5, ..,-,- .. ., ., A. .. .- .- , . ,. ,. 5 , 5 5 - ' ' ' j 5 . ' , ' 5 I 1 5 " 5 - -. 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I 71016110 - 61'-040' I CELEBRATING ITS IOth ANNIVERSARY T949-1958 Pnctured here are members of the 1956 Stratford Llttle League All Star team 1956 Dastrnct and State Champnons and runner up to Regnonal tntle Flrst row fl rl Jummy Marseglna Ray Barry AI Lewus Pete Walkley Joe Zuelsku and Charles Gruffun Second row Dan Phlllups Jnm Stoccatore Bruce Murray Bob Oleyar Jeff Lee and Craig Renz Back row Duke Ropa Coach Sal Cholko Wullnam S Sampson general manager of Raybestos Dlvuslon asst coach Bull Johnson and Ronme Florella To the coaches umpires and durectors our suncere thanks for a lab well done Be cause of your unselfnsh efforts many hundreds of boys In town have had an appor STRATFORD LITTLE LEAGUE cmd STRATFORD FARM LEAGUE Sponsored by RAYBESTOS DIVISION of Raybestos Manhattan Inc xfoaaavaaaaaaaaaavaaaaaaaaaaawaaaavaaavx 134 I I I I 3 I I I I s I I M96 40' 40' 01'0f0'f '0Y01'-0"020'110Pf0'f F3 N s 3 N fl 1 . ' E , N I C . m -. c , . I 5' ' 2 . - I . . I I . -. - fl' + . . . I F . 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I s 9 s 9 s Q 9 s s 2 9 s 6 I 9 Q 2 2 9 3 I 9 Q I 2, Compl ents of Attorney Thomas B Coughlln Congratulations CLASS OF 1958 DAIRY CONTROL SERVICE THE BAIRD MACHINE COMPANY STRATFORD coNNEcTIcuT offers opportunltles as Draftsmen Machine and Tool Telephone EDIson 7 4536 Designers Machrmsts Toolmakers Office Workers KOM4 9 uw '70 '4 'f MILLER BROS BAIRD "Avro" remn- SALVAGE BUYERS WE GO ANYWHERE Manufacturers of U CI A t 8. T k P rt Automatic Chuckmg Machines Wlre se U O wc 0 S Formmg Machines Mulltple Trans New Alrpon 18 Phllo Street fer Presses Tumblmg Eqwpmenf off Access Road Stratford Conn Beaver Rldmg Tractors 135 ?"0"f016N0f'-0"t0K0f-0'-f0"-0-00'0- '-KXN0 '-ff'6 'f'-Q'-0f0 -5 570102 0x Hamilton Pharmacy -The Best in Drugs- 352O MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONN. Telephones: DRexel 8-0406 or DRexel 8-0407 Spot Cleaners 3544 MAIN STREET STRATFORD, CONN Compliments of Watson's Department Store TT7 EAST MAIN ST, BRIDGEPORT, CONN Stratford Self-Service Laundry T7 WOODEND ROAD STRATFORD, CONN Clary Adding Machines -1 Repaired N. W. England 8. Son Supplies f Office Furniture - Equipment T305 BARNUM AVE. STRATFORD, CONN ED 7-2076 Congratulations Garfield's Drive-In ' 685 BARNUM AVE. CUT-OFF STRATFORD, CONN Co pl ments of Joseph J Bosses T216 BARNUM AVE STRATFORD CONN Dobby s Men s Shop STRATFORD CENTER ED so 7 9447 STRATFORD CONN DRAYTON CLEANERS 6 hour service Pick up and Delivery 821 SUCCESS AVE STRATFORD CONN Telephone ED 7 5317 ORONOQUE ORCHARDS FARM MADE P155 Main Street at Merrlt Parkway STRATFORD CONNECTICUT Education is the Conerstone of a Greater America MANNING MAXWELL AND MOORE Inc Stratford Connecticut X000-0-002-050020-000000010000'10'0'cfl110-0'0-0'0000000x m i I I 1 . , . T le ez i n - , . , . l ' 1 ll - - . 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Pierce Associales Telephone ED 7-4409 2268 Main SI. DR 8-7333 Stratford Qualify Mears - Fine Food - Vegefables Compl'menfs of Wlffle Ball IHC The Mademolselle Modelmg I BRIDGEPORT AVENUE SHELTON Schoo and Agency 53 Cannon Sf FO 79207 B dgeport Conn Compl me fs of S b k Ph tony mo armacy A J Canflelcl Insurance Agency STONYBROOK ROAD STRATFORD CONN 753 FAIRFIELD AVENUE BRIDGEPORT CONN The Mrchael Hoffman Fuel Co Golds Delicatessens, Inc FUEL OIL Oll. BURNERS EAST WASHINGTON AVE BRIDGEPORT CONN STRATFORD FAIRFIELD BRIDGEPORT Dal FOresI 7-6641 CITY SAVINGS BANK The Family Bank PARADISE GREEN School Savings Member Federal Deposut Insurance Corporahon Q A JULIAN CONSTRUCTION CO Establnshed 1907 CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS 'IO6 Bell Court BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT 140 D 710 -0Y0Y0f-0-0f6N0'f0'0N0v0Y02000w00 3 9 2 3 2 5 2 5 9 S I 5 Q 9 9 S lb 9 9 5 9 6 9 I 5 E S Q X f E? ' f-'f'- b , '91 -, U ,, v, . ' , UI -l , 1 0, '."M.T. 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BERTANY co. 9 from 9 Pamt Ttle Wallpaper Marine Supplies B R Nl BRIDGEPORT ROLLING MILLS 'lO8l BARNUM AVE COMPANY BRIDGEPORT CONN BRIDGEPORT l CONNECTICUT CREDITS Lay out Julle Jennings Editor Rosemary DlToro .lannce Greenwood Kathy Barry Cover Design Rosemary DlToro End Pages Kathy Barry Cartoons Paul Muller All photographs tn thus book are by Loring Studios wuth the followlng exceptuons Aerial vlew of Stratford Courtesy of Sikorsky Aircraft Senior plctures ofJ Duncan F Sputz R Kubnk by Crown Studlos Forum and Sophomore Councal 74 C E P p 75 M Saksa p 80 Candlds 84 and 85 Jr Red Cross 87 Dramateers p 93 Sensor play p 94 Scnence Club p 96 Sports Dlvlder p IOS Bowling and Golf p 'IIS Track p l24 by Wayne Ratzenberger Class of 58 Gnrls Chonr A Cappella concert beach scenes by Mr Wallnam McCracken Dance scene p 76 by Gary Salerno X 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 970 I43 106108 A Cappella Aclmsnsstratson Advertsssng Aersal Vsew Art Club Athletsc Assocsatson Band Baseball Basketball Bowlsng Boys Sports Clubs C E P Cheerleaders Clarson Class Charactersstscs Class of 59 lHomerooms1 Color Guard Cross Country Debatsng Club Dramateers Faculty Fslm Servsce Football Varssty Football .IV Foreword Freshman Forum Future Nurses Future Teachers Gsrls Chosr Gsrls Sports Clubs INDEX 6 8- 7 132143 8 4 88819 122 81123 168- 66 74 125131 12 11415 Got Gusdance Hall Guards H Cs lntroductson to Sensors .Ir Red Cross Latsn Ssngers Leaders Club Lsbrary Clubs Log Staff Masquers Natsonal Honor Socsety O F F Photography Club Publscsty Club Senex Sensor Advssor Sensor Play Servsce Corps Sophomore Councsl Stage Crew Stenographsc Pool Stratford Student Councsl Swsmmsng Track Theater Arts Twsrlers Ushers Gusld Varsety Show Varssty Lettermen The LOG staff extends sts thanks and apprecsatson to the many people who have helped to make thss book an actualsty to sts patrons and advertssers tor thesr tsnan csal support to Mr Jack Brown of T OTooIe 8. Sons prsnters to Mr George Ava ksan Mr Howard Lsttle and Mr Ernest Scsnto of Lorsng Studsos to sts faculty advssors Mrs McCracken Mr Conrad Msss Hogan and Mr Clark and to the faculty as a whole for sts patsence and asssstance To Audrey Kellert for help sn typsng and to Jsm Thorpe for extra help sn lay out of the sensor sectson O1 78 80 72 73 12 21 CAN YOU EVER LIVE LIFE OVER AGAIN EVERY EVERY MINUTE OF IT? 144 ' ' ' ,........,...............,........,......... 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