Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT)

 - Class of 1960

Page 1 of 176

 

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1960 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1960 Edition, Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 176 of the 1960 volume:

swvvfx vue , , -mf.b fb WM., ' ' "' STRATFORD HIGH SCHOOL STRATFORD CONNECTICUT Volume 33 l...LriihrlI:I - ,E 'I:ImII E HEI --zz I I I I I I I I o great thang as created suddenly there must be trme The grant sequona trees rnsmg far unto the sky from the floor of the forest were once no more than tender sapllngs susceptlble to all the whnms of nature The radlant sun shone down on them and the gentle rams came to nurture and rouse the young sapllngs The tearnng wmds whipped at them and the turbulent floods swept over them Yet they grew taller and stronger but nature had left her mark Some of the trees were stranght and tall whale others were gnarled and twlsted dnsplayung the hardshups they had endured We are the sum and substance of all the events of our llves Our llves are composed of countless mfluences all lnnked to the past whsle formung a founda tuon for the future The flrst day at camp the day our dog died our first real frnendshlp and our thlrteenth burthday party these llttle things have all con trubuted to our present outlook Durmg the last few years we have been In con tact wnth perhaps the greatest nnfluence of our llves Stratford Hugh School Wnthnn these walls we have recenved gundance from entrance to graduatlon from the fTrst bell of the mornlng to the dISmISSGl bell at the end of the day With patience and understandmg our teachers have sought to Implant the foundatuons of learning ln each of us But Stratford Hrgh School has offered more than academuc learmng lt has offered an expernence an llvlng The successes and fallures In class the dnscussuons un the classroom and the lockerroom the dances and assemblues the clubs and Student Councll meetmgs have all served on help mg us learn to lnve To wan one football game graciously and to lose another honorably these are the lessons un hvmg whnch we have been taught Now we have grown and we have felt the palns of failure and the loys of success We were responslble for maknng the most of the opportumtles at hand for securing a foundatuon of strength to Insure the eventual fruntlon of our dreams Let us stand flrm agannst the floods of corruption and the wlnds of evll and as the sun and the ram nurtured the tender sapllng let our experlence an Stratford Hugh School help us to become responslble cmzens We are now on the threshold of adulthood All that we have learned and experienced In these few years wnll serve as a foundatuon for the future and wlll Influence us for the rest of our llves 1' T' Alexander Pope 74mm ajaZZ1!5c1fz'74mfe Brewsters Pond N Monument for War Heroes Amerncan Shakespeare Festlval Theater and Academy Stratford ntself composed of people and places famullar to us all has been one of the most mfluentual forces nn our llves Long wall we remember games at Sterlung House skat :ng at Brewsters Pond on cold wunter days and playnng baseball at Longbrook Park on lazy summer afternoons All around us were the remmders of the post from Judson House wlth Its collection of Stratford s hlstorlcal herutage to the War Memorial wnth nts vttal message for future generations We watched Hamlet due at the Shakespeare Theater spent many long afternoons domg research nn the Stratford Ltbrary and attended our churches for guidance and faith These and countless other places nn Stratford together with the people that are a part of them have llt wlthln us a spark of lndlvlduallty that flames only nn the people of our town I Tennyson Stratford Lubrory .5 a. Sterling House 5 2 I Judson House ' . H V 3' x x it s fs, A T - ' is, . . v --r-N - N' - 'Q' Q, .. V,,,,.,r X . , t- . - U' -N x ,fig , ' il? V 2 Mfr, 'h . A F V Ak ,- .1-. - - , 3 .'., - . s A we .. , , I . -Q +-. ' ff,QF1'fi ' ' ,, ff K A' ,gt P 4 1' ik, I. I V. NVQ.,-.f 4, I ' Onlqwdatweicweca mloamoia Carling away our beaten rivals at a pep assembly. -2-'J if A l ii k war' Senior hat day in the cafeteria. it "Cl'1eerfor1l1e Red and Gold -Humbolt Achvmes on weekends ond ofter school Work work work to take home to do un class ond to fimsh before The decdlune N 1 Z' 1-,,,,,,,,.-nv' Leaclershup exhubut Thus us my farewell to the Log as Pruncupal of Strat ford Hugh School The Twug was bent un 1946 but now ut has grown to a tree un 'l960' In T946 wuth a much smaller school each student knew the other one but wuth the contunuous growth un school populatuon we now know fewer students Thus fall we shall have two hugh schools and the educatuonal tree wull see a splut un uts student body wuth one more buuldung added to the many whuch we already have Wuth a smaller hugh school the student faculty relatuonshup wull become more unufled and we shall know our students other than by a name on a card The loyalty of Stratford Hugh School students can not help beung carrued on to the Frank Scott Bunnell Hugh School The ruvalry between the two schools cannot help beung a healthy one To the present Sen uors remember that our assocuatuons wuth one another over the past years have been pleasant and that although l shall no longer be present at thus school nevertheless my memorues of the Class of T960 wull be most pleasant ones To those who remaun at Stratford Hugh School and to those who go wuth me to the new hugh school remember that educatuon us a challenge and a pruvulege The bent twug wuth the splut un schools wull not be broken but wull contunue to grow as does an oak tree DONALD W FOWLER Pruncupal The old adage As the twug us bent so grows the tree chosen by the Class of 1960 as the theme of uts Log remunds those of us who make a hobby of gardenung that the unfluences whuch shape plant lufe after the sprout has emerged from the soul play a very large part un determunung the growth and development of the organusm The umportance of envuronment to the race of man also should not be munumuzed The young people of Stratford USA are most fortunate un theur envuronment Homes churches schools economuc sutuatuon communuty ac tuvutues and atmosphere of democratuc freedom are all durected to helpung Stratford youth grow strong unbent able to meet the demands of the 1960 world There us a danger however un aloof and selfish acceptance of these benefits The thunkung student wull realuze that he humself us a part of hus envuron ment and helps create and perpetuate or umprove hus envuronment Hereun lues a challenge to the mem bers of the Class of 1960 to take an actuve part un perpetuatung the unfluences whuch have made them and theur communuty especually favored I am sure thus last and largest of unuted Stratford Hugh School s graduatung classes wull meet thus challenge ELDEN H DUSTIN Vuce Pruncupal reason and calm ludgment It is my hope that your education at Stratford High School has influenced you by making you realize the purpose of your human existence As an individual you are born with the power of decision There are some forces over which you have no control such as life and death otherwise you have freedom f choice through every conscious moment of your ex nstence It is improbable that you have grown mature without any idea as to what you can do with your own life or as to how utterly dependent your own life is on the power of your own decisions You have been taught sublect matter and skills but these were merely the means to help you achieve the final goal that of ruling and shaping your own life JOHN OLHA Assistant Principal Q 'A-f'ir'i "w..'1,'j7"' Taq? 'einer' Education is preparation for citizenship present and future The school alone has not determined what your preparation has been Your home your church and your community have had much do do with this important training Nevertheless the school has occupied a very strategic role in your prepara tion for responsible adulthood We congratulate you for a 'ob well done We ask you to grasp the future with open mind and heart and do all that is possible to build a better brighter tomorrow As the twig is bent so grows the tree May you always have the courage to carry out the basic virtues and ideals that are the foundation of a good life EDWIN A COX Superintendent Walt Whitman has written of a child that saw and experi enced many things durmg the course of a day In his poem Whitman tells how all these things became a part of this child for the day or a certain part of the day or for many years or stretching cycles of years When I think of the influence of our homes our churches our schools and our community I always remember the truth of this poem These influences are the twig benders ln our lives Your parents and the generations who have gone before you have worked hard and struggled mightily to give you a good community and a good environment Your influence for good right honesty and decency will in turn bend the little twigs that come after you. Thus grow the trees of democracy, re- sponsible citizenship, and God-fearing lives. J. OLIVER CARSON Assistant Superintendent Gulclance-- servlce to all AFM! an "HX" MISS RUTH CUNNINGHAM The Guudance Department begunnmg In 1945 and under the drrectron of Mass Cunmngham slnce 1950 has slnce been ex panded to Include the assistance of Mrs Dobrlch and Mr Wordell Organnzed to serve the needs of the students ts services Include helpmg to plan school programs counseling students wuth personal problems provldrng vocatuonal and educatnonal materuals and admlmstermg and lnterpretmg tests The Guidance Department has greatly contributed to the de velopment of the students llves by helpmg them thunk through therr problems and work out satisfactory soluttons Nunn-.nl MR EVERETT WORDELL wh-1' any-4-0 MRS ANNE DOBRICH 0 0 I 1 F" ,s arf " ' l ak I I H 1-.. 1 V . . . . . I . - A , . . . ' I fs rg-'fvtv' 15917 f I hw-wfwfii' ,Q-qvsrfs-T M-fs i ' , ,, E T , Y s T XX 3 Q! ln recognition Mrs. Evelyn Wordell, for many years the head of Stratford's English Department, has always upheld the highest standards of the teaching profession. Graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Barnard College and receiving her Master's degree from the University of Bridgeport, she has taught and encouraged stu- MRS EVELYN WORDELL Mrs Estelle Lippincott will always be remembered for her warm personality and her remarkably opttmlstic outlook on life which she clearly manifested as a teacher A graduate of New Haven State Teachers College she taught all grades of her interest in student activities s e acte for many years 4, as a class adviser at Stratford i-324' lOr'S 71g5"P"'-' 645601 Though retired from the teaching profession she now finds B dents for twenty-eight years. At Stratford, she served as adviser for the Quill, Ushers' Guild, and the Clarion and used her initiative to revise and improve the school's curriculum Mrs Wordell has also worked extensively with young peo ples groups in church work dramatics and writing activities Always contributing willingly of her time and knowledge she has deservmgly gained our admiration and respect fi 5 time for her other loves which include antique shopping gar MRS ESTELLE LIPPINCOTT demng and caring for her adorable poodle Always pleasant and cheerful Mrs Lippincott has our sincerest gratitude for her fine contributions to our school . I . . ' I I during her forty-two years in the teaching profession. Because . . I 1 ? R - ' r- I . - . I ' v V 1 i I n . . . . I an uv an C -4 I 3 fl O za P fi x ffl Z HH 'EDNIGV Mr Covwtan Anllras Z 1 v- I 'L fn : m o n. I a -1 El HSN etmnitw de can ENGLISH There IS lmmeasurable power In the ablllty to com mumcate mtellngently Personal prestige comes to the student who reallzes that thus power us wnthln hrs reach Our Enghsh Department us helpmg students to grasp thus power through the study of grammar vo cabulary and Ilterature The great men of literature who have carved rhythm and beauty out of crude words and phrases have establushed the pattern upon whuch we base our Englush usage Around these spok en and wrltten words we have bullt much of our cul tural herntage d NOLLV D Mr James Connors FW. :ki- Mrs Mary Fern Gene Fltzslmmons Mr Vlncent Floruto sa E E 5 NG I IT B LETTER SHAKESPEARE Mr Thomas Motto Cn Mr Frederuck Maynard ROC? Zeflwimeica A x D -A-x To quole Mrs Fern But you have underlnned ihe subled fwnce and ihe verb once A so Mass Helen Burns Mrs Dorothea Paoleffa Mr lewns Pafernasfer Mr John Krlsuk E SA All CO ER CHAUC H B Adams ,pf PI Mr Thomas Pugllse Mrs Mildred Schlllmg Mrs Kafherme Sherry OHDS Mr Robert Speer Mrs Evelyn Stem 44 Irene Popp, Pat Libbey, and Lenore Lockshnre are planning ahead for theur Mr Pafrvck Gregor careers an Englnsh Mrs Blrgnf Llndeberg m L' O iD Q m H 2 m VH HV VKI HT SLD NV GT S- NO H HA ..g H TTV V SG 0 0 I Q C 1 0 , wx' X V X v 1 K .- r X., s , f W, v , 1 -' 1' M I 'S S f ' I : ' , , " , I . D . . . ' . v 'I' , X v K F Q . U l SCCIAL STUDIES All the events of the past and the present are the factors that wall unfluence future polntlcal and socnal changes By studyung the roots of cnvllnzatlon IH World Hlstory our own herntage In U S Hnstory and more recent events m Problems of Democracy Stratford Hugh School s students are provnded wuth an excellent background for evaluatmg and analyzmg the hnstory that IS bemg made every day Through mtelllgent readung and provocatlve dtscussnon, the Socnal Studles Department helps us to understand man and his problems Mlss Elolse Carter Mr Joseph Grtman Mr Davld Tuller Mrs Pearl June Mr Richard Watt Mass Mary Riley Mr Joseph Clark Mr Robert Eusenberg Mr Marc Ross Mrs Lorrame Capron Mrs Beryl Kaufman Also Mr Warren Benson MATHEMATICS ln the mathematics classroom an analytical and disciplined method of thinking is developed. The ability to solve problems evolved from this clear thought process is in constant demand in all forms of business and industry Our Mathematics Depart ment ofters a wide variety of courses to meet the needs of every student including a fast moving honors program with which it strives to fashion the minds that will be responsible for engineering the scientific achievements of the future Mr Jack Bottaro Mrs Rosamond Dustin Mr Wllsle Currie Mrs Mary Pitt MR KENNETH HATHAWAY Mr John Rudder MISS Ruth Weaver ,me A so Mr Michael Jezierny Miss Mary Cooney 4 Cx yt + Mrs Olha WORK' Mr Gerard Mohyde Mrs Mary Olha Mr Howard Hill .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. ' ' ' ' '.' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.f,' i s avi, 5.--5 Mil RIC HARD BLAKE Also Mr Swans tucks Mr Joseph Zvccurn MH- bww wtevn YIEEHILIES CUPPQT IIJi?IITZPi IQQJXEKES 111 NDF! f3l5f4 Gold IMERCURY 4C2rrucJss111nemr I3iSTFI5f1?l Iusfi SCIENCE The ochnevements of our present day world ore the results of past and present SCIGHTIHC dns covernes Youthful and mqunsmve mnnds potentuol storehouses of scuenhfic knowledge are the es sence of duscovery Our Sclence Department us stumulcmng these mnnds urgmg them to probe unto new areas so that they can discover how much mon knows and reollze how very much he doesn t know Wzwaww Ai ' 'LT' Mr John Gross Mlss Ruby Wheeler Could t be a mulodl sted poramecuum'9 1'''H:!!!!!!!P--A-pa-1-ZZ: :-: 1 :+:-:-:-:-:- ' 5:5:2:3:2:3:2:5:s:5:5 y 5 5 :Q:f:f:f:Q:f:f:f:f:f: 5 511. 'v 55555555555 5 d4f5s,4t5 15' - - -- 5:f:f:Q:f:Q:f:f:f:Q:f ' . ' ' ' ' ' , ' f 'f 1:f:2:1E2E2E3E2EQEQE2 ' ' ' , - 2555553332: , 5?Eii?5i,.,...gn,,5Q,55. ..... -5, fi11.:2i2i2i 1i25fi25 zgz5gs5 f 555555555555555555555555EE55555555i 3. fiEifiiffiiiiiifikkiiifi5222222222 , x l 5 5 1 f" :32313231313:i:3:3:5:3:5:3:3:1:-.- .-:-:3:3:?:5:1:1:i:5:5:5:5:i:1:3 l il 5 A 1111121212jfjf:I:ljI:I:I:I:f:f:I:. I.121IfQljfjfjfjlzljfjfiiilif 5 1 5,7 23332525532QEQEQEgigi22553233525S213252552EgEgE5EgEgE3E3EgS3EgE5E5Eg .525 , fififififififififil lim-fififffifififffi 5 ',f .Z.I,Z.1.Z.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.ZQ.:-:-:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.: , in 5 T'if'5'3'f'3'3'5'if'3'5:i:5:3:3:3:5:Q:3:f:Q:f:f:f:Q:f:f:f:f:Q:f:f: " 52222232ESESESZSEEEEEEF5?iilzffiiffzizilfziZEEEESESEEESSEESESES .1 A C. :Q:Q:ff122222221f:Q:f.5.:.3.:.Q.Q:3.1:5.3.,.3.5:Q:Q:Q:Q1Q:Q:Q:Q:Q:Q ' . mls I2121EIEIEISIEISEIEIEIEIEIEII''IIEIZIEISIEISIEIEIEIEIE221212222222 f , C 5 5 I:IQIQIZIIIQIIIZIZIZIQIZIQIIIZ'.'C"'1'C1222Qfjfzfzfzljfjijliflfi ff 'M I A """i'i'3:3:3:f:5:3:3:3:f23: .-:3:- :3:3:3:3:3:3:T:3:f:Q:Q:Q:Q: 'N E5E3E3E1E2E2E1E1E1E2E1E1331351.-EFI-.-223122E2E1E1E1E2E1:1:I:2:I:2 1EIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEIEgE3:g:gE5f..-.512523Eg:gEgEgEgE1E5:2E2:gE2E 1 'U ' - Q ll. l It Mr. Robert Bugg Mr. Herberf Wolfson This wasn f reolly one of your former studenis was It Mr Wolfson? mike accence E All ugh! people let s get on wnh our work lnslructs Mr Gross fmxf-K 3 'Q L- 5 .,-,- 7- N 99- 4' Mr Edwin Fordham Mr Bruno Goldschmldf M Edmund Lankowslu Mr John Ruzlskey Mr Donald Thompson H - , - H I K I X , S J - . V ' 1 l ,f . is I 1 x f ' I A X A ' 1 1 ' 1. I .1 . H . , . ,, . I , , . . n-fx . "rf, .. Hff, aj f T . o 5 - 7 L l 1 . N ff 4 ""' 1 M ' . 'M " x A -wx b ' " Q' , 5- , 4 fin s , Miss Doris C harter Learning a new language creates a desire to find out about the people who speak it. Its study enriches our background and cultivates world understanding. Especially this year, during the Krushchev visit, we saw how vital it is to be able to understand what other people are trying to tell us. Since we can't all have an interpreter at our elbows, the Language Department is prepar- ing the students at Stratford High School with a working knowledge of Spanish, French and Latin. "Translators are traitors," goes an old proverb, signifying how much more meaningful a book can be when it is read in its original language. Miss Fannie Lichman is Miss Honor McCarn Mrs. Reita Welborn xr' E 1 . ,L ,V pi . gg EI generalisimo Franco durmio aqui. fs Miss Marjorie Boyle Miss Joan Kultur ART Along wnth the socnal and polvtucal changes un each hustornc era have come revolutions In the world of art Each new school each darlng rebel each pncture that made us ask Its pretty but ns nt art? has had nts effect nn mstnllmg youth with the desire for orlgmal creation Stratford s Art Department provldes the unspnratnon and the tools for the student so that he mlght appreciate the work of other artlsts and then develop has own talent for artlstlc creatuon f' 1 x5 Miss Anna Hogan SX 45. Mr David Proctor An artlst IS not a speclal land of person but every person ns u special lund of artlst MUSIC Muslc ts the umversal language of mankmd It us beauty an expressnon of ones culture and a vutal part of an mdsvuduals development It IS an art whtch man has developed to satisfy his yearning for commumcatlng In both a serene and a powerful manner Through our Muslc Department Stratford Hugh School lnstllls ln its students an appre cnatuon for good mussc and glves them an opportunuty to develop thelr own mdevndual talents The expresslon and understandmg of our musical culture en ables musnc to become a permanent part of the students' luves Mr Francls Furman Mrs Joan Hamilton Il I . ' ' Il I ' 1 ' I ' ' I I ' . . . . . , . 0 'f"" f MI1'-' . if- . v I ' fl I g f' - 2 if f , l . '- ' , Ex fl, 'lt - 3 - '-1 '- fl fl - it . , - M ' I N , .. ' x "W A 'sf ., - A - I l I ' I . . . , . I h 9. n u BUSINESS The business world of today needs quallfled and well tramed workers Students enrolled nn the busmess courses are carefully taught the tech niques and skulls whuch are necessary for success un thus field Smce practnce achneves efticuency the Busmess Department uses contmuous dnll an short hand transcruptuon typmg tabulotmg debuts and credlts and famnllaruzlng the students wlth routine offlce practlce Thus drlll together with the expert guldance of the buslness faculty prepares the students for the posmons awaatlng them Mr leslle Faulkner Mrs Edythe Paul Mr Leonard Manchester Mrs Vlrgnnla Preston Mr Nlcholas Sams Muss Katherine Revak E Mass Mary Ma:Donnell Mrs Marne McCormick Mr Patnck Marsan 'X Also Mrs Anuta Raymond HQME ECONOMICS '74-qi MISS ISABEL MCCOBB Every person s attitudes and actions orlglnate nn the home the first and most umportant mflu ence an our llves The example whlch our parents set at home rs the essential lesson to us who seek self dnscuplme Recogmzung the nmportance of a well managed home rn the development of the lndrvudual the Home Economucs Department of fers varrous courses rn cookmg sewmg home and famrly luvmg and even a Chefs Club which allows the boys to try therr hand at cookmg Double double torl and trouble, Ere burn and caldron bubble " ll Mus Kathryn Pork Mxss Barbara Folsom Mrs Myra Buell x, Mr Wllllam Powers the general metals foundry INDUSTRIAL ARTS One of the keys to happiness and success IS creatlvlty The Industrlal Arts Department IS eager to use thus key to unlock our unborn talents Here under expert guudance, we see the development of potenttal skulls and the transformctlon of a student into a skilled craftsman By example, encouragement, and experienced advice the Instructors of the numerous technical arts courses develop a boys natural talents, and the world of In dustry and technology receives a skullful and resourceful young man ,se 'if fur Mr Earl Flagg Mr Thomas Kekacs John McGarry Aso Mr Charles Quinlan Department Head Mr Thomas Dlckson Mr Wllllam Mulnsh Keep your chisel to the grmdstona if An -I .. Mr John lantz Mr Francts Slunner A cms, geghgn of gl-,Q wood ,hop 1' ' ' I , 5' , . . . .. . I . I L 5 I . . . I ' ' -- . Y I y , . xc . . I . xi 1 ' - I sul x nl ' ' 1 . A ,L I - f , Q M! t, Jllffr, I Kgs, . ' ' In . ' s .f W! -' , 1, aj,i5?Zv , , fgfrfif -, , .. 'rf' I l hi ' I g 'I 65. . I Mr- 'lii I . - ,M iv ,X . , X y - L 5 4 I -Q I ' , ' U1 I Y " A ' M l'5 Q lt. H - I pf I I V 4 M A ni L e A 'J ' , . l V V i I X i .X The llbrary IS the rlchest fool that any student has at hls command to supplement has work an the classroom and to enrnch hrs lnfe New worlds are opened to those who search through the many books that flll the shelves of our llbrary ln the center of this collectlon of wntten knowledge Mlss Stork and Mrs Waters help the stu dents find the books and the mformatuon they need Mlss Helen Foland Mr James Pender: The undlvldual must be physically flt If he IS to achieve a reward mg and satnsfyung life Whule promoting the development of sound, able bodnes the Physical Education Department strengthens an Important aspect of our character In the Physical Education classes the qualmes of leadershlp respect, and responsnblllty are encour aged and accomplnshed through undlvldual skull and active team partncupahon Mrs. Jule Malone Mr. Pat Caseria ...'l076...'l077...'I07B... "No, Butch," says Mrs. Waters, "we don't have a book entitled How To Speak English Like ' ll I I . l El f ' READING Is Dave Venables llstenlng to Mr Paternoster s cogent explanation of cogent ? One of the newer aspects of Stratford Hugh School s currnculum us the Readnng Lab Here both good and poor readers are gnven help an nmprovlng their readung speed and readmg exercuses Thus year a vocabulary course was also offered m whuch Mr Paternoster explalned the derlvatnons and meamngs ofthe many strange new words Mrs Powers and Mass Peck our school nurses together wuth Mrs Young our attendance ofticer are strong lunks nn the cham that forms Stratford Mm Ethel Peck Mrs May Young Hugh School '5' X-QL "Yes, young man, that IS o steerlng wheel " DRIVER EDUCATION . ii 7 3 X I s I J y ' Ig q ASM ln N 7 I S I I' - ' Q- I M I .s - E . I ,. ' I and comprehension through the use of mechanical aides , . 1 ff - . , , I I ' ' 4 , so I , I N ' W 'V If 'X 'j Q- . fl he ff 17 U , W ' ., Y .J I I I I , ,. OFFICE STAFF More than any other part of our school the office IS the center of Strat ford Hugh School s activity The routine of a typical office day consists of answering telephones typmg notices checking absentee lusts and answer mg the many questions that arise In this hub of ceaseless activity the oftice f, stat? keeps our school running smoothly and efficiently Miss Jean Molgard Miss Carol Gernat Miss Mary Ann Carroll and Mrs Emma Frattaroli 3 'lr- l s 5 I ' N l I Mrs. Gunderman, Mrs. Booth, Mrs. Banks, Mrs. Kris- tiansen, Mrs. Kimball, Mrs. Aldrich. ,,f-41 . 1 3' 2 Q 3 4 , I Z f L X. H -i'11glll I mlllil H'r 5 It H1 Illil 1960 I llll E h oo oo The success of any group us determined by Its lead ershlp Our semor class leaders, by fulfilling their dutnes successfully have made this our best year The semor officers and the semor councll Inspired by our motto To the greater glory of God and under the durechon of Mrss Rnley and Mr Wolfson have guided and have led the Class of 1960 through a year whlch wnll long be remembered by every semor SENIOR CCUNCIL -fl ow L to R S Hull A Rluo J Colladay B Pavla Lesnick, M, Hlavacelc. 3rd Row: Miss Riley, H. Generous, McDongld L Smallwood L Mott P RICCIO 2nd Row R. Kelly, R. Holdt, P. Davenport, D. Farrell, R. Dillman, J Bondeson B Heady M Paslelxa J Burns J Stumpf G Mr. Wolfson. nt u la m, responslblllty, dependability A .is XR the essentials of leadership 3 ax Q i 1 5 ? X M e A 4 e 5 V Q'-.AA sz 'L X t aw ' AK' I N 7 ' Y?:Tv ' f M' I I 0 - s s Q i'5S'F'?f JOHN C ADAMCHAK John 31 Eaton Street Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers patience is a vnrture success is achieved by ambn tlon Science Club 4 Photography Club 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Senex 4 MARY E ADAMS Mary 30 Rockaway Avenue Capable and efficient what could be more sufficient? hugh step ping twlrler her skulls far out number her years Girls Sports Club1 2 3 National Honor Society 3 4 Twerlers 2 3 Head Malorette 4 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 Service Corps 2 3 Senex 4 Qu. 4? JOHN R ANDEL Jack 221 Parkway Drive To hum knowledge comes easily endowed with a keen sense of values thoughtful and consnd erate a man of hugh character Homeroom President 3 National onor Society 3 4 RICHARD J ANDERSON Duc 610 Longbrook Avenue Thinking IS but an idle waste of thought car devotee Well now Ill tell ya sires to have his own business In the future 'hav FRANK J AGRESTA Frankie 119 Winfield Drive Happy go lucky easy go free nothing on earth ever bothers me if books were girls he d study all the time Cross Country 1 Track 1 l.ORRAlNE H AlDlNO Lorne 106 Stonybrook Road A mcer gal ns hard to find sweet friendly manner is bound llect friends. Girls Sports Club 3 4' O.F.F. 4- Senex 4- National Honor Society 4. MARY A. ALVES llcurlyll if I 13 Hull Court The way to have a friend is to be one . . . there are smiles to make you happy . . . fun is her specialty. BEVERLY J ANGESKI ev 116 California Street A sparkling personalaty plus bub bling enthusiasm equals elferves cence c a c a c a Student Council 2 Alternate 4 Dra mateers 2 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Sport Club 2 FNA 2 3 4 Va nety Show 3 Senex 4 MARY C ANGUS Bonnie 35 Pequonnock Circle Dignity beyond her years . . . a but of sophistication combined with charm . . . enviable red hair. Steno Pool 4. JUSTINE E. ASPINWALL "Duttie" 335 Woodstock Avenue Ever charming, ever pleasing . . . a born comedienne . . . exotic person- ality . . . packed with fun and de- light. Homeroom Treasurer 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Dramateers 2, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Student Council Alternate 3. Sri Q-,X ALBERT G. BAGOLY, JR. "Albie" 915 Birdseye Street His prize possession - his car . . . variety is the spice of life, pro- vided it is a variety of cars. A.A. Delegate 4. ELIZABETH H. BAKER "Betty" 262 Reed Street Studies willingly . . . sincere and considerate . . . qualities for a fu- ture teacher. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports Club 3, 4. llNDA J. BAKER uwindyn 'I24 Blamey Circle Worry is the least of her worries . . . a pretty, petite lass . . . "To have more fun - lsn't that the goal of everyone?" Girls' Service Corps 4, Steno Pool 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Hi C's 4. WILLIAM S. BANKS "Steve" 290 Carol Road "Love me, love my car" . . . e girl's best friend . . . auto engineer- ing in his future. Homeroom Treasurer 3. PHILIP F. BARBETTA uphilu 2410 Braadbridge Avenue A man of a few thousand words . . . I wish he would explain his explanations . . . Jazz man . . . right et home in a swinging combo. Variety Show 2, A.A. Representa- tive 2, Student Council 3, 4, Sen- ior Play 4: Boys' Sports Club 4, Masquers 4, Track Team 4. JOHN A. BARONI "Johnny" 960 Prospect Drive "Let nothing come between me fun" . . . a sports enthusiast . . . a future in the service. SANDRA G. BARRY usandyu 220 Allyndale Drive Cute as a button and twice as use- ful . . . sailing and dirty sneaks . . . personality twice her size . . . always in LOVE! Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Dramateers 2, Masquers 4, Sophomore Council 2, Stage Crew 3, Vice President Home Room 4, Senex 4. GORDON T. BAUTZ r1GordYn 135 Laurel Street Sun and surf . . . spends his spare time skindiving . . . never bothered by studies. Swimming Team 3, 4. T and 'Usb if RICHARD W. BEDGIO 573 Windsor Avenue "Bill" Quiet acceptance of life's ups and downs . . . tactful dresser . . . col- lege completes his future plans. IGOR A. BEDNAR Illgll 199 Milford Avenue Education is but a passing fancy . . . never a dull moment . . . born with a permanent wave. Swimming 2, Track 2, 3, Cross Country 3. 't 3' fs. , bf . 'ff 'If' T? ROBERT G. BEIERLE nach.. 177 Huntington Road Engineering college in his future . . . an interest in science . . . has great ambitions. Science Club 4. STEPHEN J. BELL "Steve" 135 Housatonic Avenue Knows much, says little . . . an untiring worker . . . a mighty spirit fills his frame . . . gets things done. NORMA J. BERNERD "Normie" 2400 Barnum Avenue Always has time for fun . . . "Any- body goin' my way?" . . . there's so much in a giggle . . . "l'll never tell." Girls' Sports Club 45 F.T.A. 45 Steno Pool 45 O.F.F. 4. RAYMOND H. BERNERD, JR. nnayn 2400 Barnum Avenue Our Joe College . . . clothes make the man, and thoughtfulness makes the gentleman . . . character is the cornerstone of success . . . an au- thority on boats. Boys' Sports Club 45 Swimming JOAN P. BENNETT njoonu B6 Henry Avenue "I don't believe in love at first sight, but l take a second look" . . . neat dresser . . . a future secretary . . . "Why Work?" Girls' Sports Club 15 O.F.F. 45 Serv- ice Corps 4. lUTZ K. BERKNER "Lutz" 373 Burbank Avenue In the youth of today lies the hope of tomorrow . . . sharp wit and a keen mind . . . It is the province of knowledge to speak, and the privilege of wisdom to listen. Debating Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 log Editor 45 Senex 4. JOHN P. BERNASKI, JR. lljackll 2 Reeds lane Man about town . . . anything for a laugh . . . a cardshark . . . "To work is to waste time." My 5 .1 I Q Team 3, 4. 5 u ' w Y ..-v' we .AJ ,ev V RONMD C. BERTRAND llkonll 35 Temple Street You can't take it with you, but l'm going to try . . . an admirer of women . . . comical clown . . . takes life easy. Chefs' Club 3. VICTOR BIBLE llvicll 123 Vought Place To be a minister is his desire . . . a swimming enthusiast . . . our "drummer" boy." Swimming Team 25 Manager 25 Homeroam President 45 Log Repre- sentative 3. GEORGE R. BOBKO "Richard" 111 McKinley Avenue Our hot rod kid . . . a superb cab- inet maker . . . mirth and fun come fast and furious . . . "Don't Panicl" RONALD G. BOKINE H8911 1326 Huntington Road A likeable person . . . full of fun . . . "you only live once" . . . future plans include the army. MICHAEL D. BOLASH "Mike" 429 Laughlin Road A good natured lad . . . devotes his free time to woodworking . . . expects to don a marine uniform. Boys' Sports Club 2, Swimming Team 2. EMMA M. BONAPARTE ,,Em,, 68 Underwood Court A future bookkeeper . . . quiet type -for the first few seconds . . . ex- uberant. library Club 3, 4, Service Corps 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 4, Steno Pool 4, A.A. Representative 4. fi 1""' g f g k, lr . JANET M. BONDESON IlJanll ff' U.. 491 Birdseye Street A "Niagara" of activity . . . elfer vescent personality . . . rarely at a loss for words . . . sports fan supreme. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, A.A. Representative 2, 3, Dramateers 2, Sophomore Council 2, log Representative 3 Senior Council 4, Chemistry Club 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4 Secre- tary 4. CAROLYN LEE A. BORUCKI "Dimples" 162 James Farm Road Still water runs deep . . . loves to paint . . . aftable and cooperative . . . "Everything is as you take it." PAUL 0 BRAATZ Pau 192 Soundvnew Avenue Always on the right track a sportsman a thinking man talking comes by nature Cross Country 3 Swimming Team 2 Track 3 Senex 4 ROBERTA A. BRADEN Birdie 85 Winfield Drive A future private secretary . . . ive- ly and companionable . . . a wel- come link in the chain of friend- ship. Girls' Sports Club 3, 4, O.F.F. 4. KAREN J. BOTSFORD "Karen" 696 Stratford Road Understanding ways . . . an artistic flair . . . young in heart-mature in mind . . . an appealing nature. Girls' Sports Club 3. DOROTHY J. BOWMAN "Dottie" 1954 Broadbridge Avenue Goodness comes from the heart . . . takes happiness wherever she goes . . . there should be more like her . . . very sincere. F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Senex 4, A Capella Choir 4, Masquers 4, Girls' Sports Club 3, log Representative 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Tri-M 3, 4. .IOSEPHINE A. BOYCHEW Josie 128 Canaan Court A diligent hard working gal flym fingers dark eyes a business career Girls Sports Club 3 4 FTA 2 4 Stage Crew 4 Wiiky if f 'flung C1 MILTON F. BRADLEY Murph 36 Newtown Avenue Mnschuef a plenty one fellow you have to look up to always has has head under the hood of a car RAYMOND D BRADLEY GY 1141 South Avenue Eat drunk and be merry for to morrow us another day e Infe of a saalor appeals to nm Homeroom Treasurer 4 Intramural Football 2 3 MARY ANN K BRADSNYDER Mary Ann 41 Montero Drlve Ever smnlmg ever glad never gloomy never sod smcere and frlendly to all Are you going to the game? lrbrary Club 3 4 Treasurer 3 Stage Crew 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 3 4 AA Alternate 3 Homeroom Secretary 3 Glrls Chorus 2 Steno Pool 4 KENNETH A BRADSTREET Ken 347 Washmgton Parkway An agreeable companion quuet exterlor conceals much serlous mlnded Photography Club 2 PAMELA I BRAUS Pam 982 Wllcoxscn Avenue Talks a great deal about somethmg or nothmg always ready to lend a helpmg hand vlvnd Imagination always there AA Alternate4 Senex 4 National Honor Soclety 3 4 Gnrls Sports u 2 3 4- F.T.A. 2- Clarion - Stage Crew 3- Homeroom Vice- President 2. MARGARET Ifl. BRENNAN "Muggs" 120 Bassuck Court I love the lute I lead because I ead the llfe I love Its not that I luke studies less but that I luke fun more Lubrary Club 2 DENNIS E BROEDLIN Dennis 305 Carol Road Ready wlllmg and able always a warm smule for everyone taller than tall BRIAN R BROWN Buzz 101 Bush Court One of the easy gonng set belleves In combmmg work wnth pleasure hopes to 'om the navy X -tv' is" BARBARA A BRUNETTO Barb 3340 Broadbndge Avenue A :harmer among all glamour IS her keynote smlllng eyes beset a happy heart Inf ns such fun F N A 2 Glrls Sports Club 2 O F F 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 Vrce President 3 President 4 Sopho more Council 2 MARTIN l BRZOSKA Fudge 450 Albert Avenue Not a care m the world Don t do today what someone else wall do for you tomorrow hns goal o dnploma WALTER BUlMER Walt 160 Third Avenue To worry little to study less as my Idea of happiness Oh plea sure you are a pleasing thmg Intramural Football 2 3 Intramural Basketball 2 PETER .I BUNDOCK Pete 45 Queens Avenue Well suited for a science profession silence IS a friend that never betrays sure to succeed Science Club 3 :W sb' 'ff' PATRICIA A BURBA a -L. 'hw 4f"'es-vc .IOANNE M BURNS HARRIET F BURDICK Har 186 Jefferson Street eye cue petite and sweet a plxue wlth a punch Unlvac on UConn Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 AA Rep resentatuve 2 Log Representative 3 Steno Pool 4 OFF 4 Red Cross Representative 2 Homeroom Treas urer 3 GEORGE S BURLISON The Professor 106 Falrlea Avenue Where does he get those big words? The way we learn is to ask questions sticks to his own ideas Track 2 AA Representative 3 4 Student Council 3 72 Vought Place Possessor of an understanding heart congemallty a virtue charming b l o n d mischief gleams In her sparkling eyes Girls Sports Club 3 4 Service Corps 3 Homeroom Vice President 2 Steno Pool 4 Hi C s 4 STEPHEN H BURBANK Steve 353 Curtis Avenue His career begins with the navy regards school as a necessary evil hat s cool Swimming Team 2 KATHLEEN S. BURDGE "Termite" 1800 Main Street Little I am, little I be, but I am big enough for me . . . instigator of fun . . . happiness in person. Girls' Sports Club 3, Hi C's 4. 755 Chickadee Lane Lwun and Iovm It gift of gab a zoo of stufled animals FTA 2 3 4 Art Club3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Junior Council 3 Senior Council 4 Homeroom President 2 Secretary 3 JAMES A BUSS a 109 Plymouth Street A source of wrt to those who know lm always on the go music and sports are has loves Jay and his bass BONNIE I.. BUTLER "Bonnie" 66 Randolph Street Competent in all undertakings . . . endless good nature . . . popular- ity stemming from good humor, understanding, and friendliness. Ushers' Guild 3, 4, Treasurer 4, F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 27 Hame- room Treasurer 3, 45 Library Club 3, Clarion Staff 3, 45 Service Corps 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sport Club 2, 3, 4, Senex 4. LINDA M. IUIAS "Snookie" 424 Patterson Avenue long may' her hair wave . . . "Away with books-we're here for fun" . . . Who is he now? Hi C's 4. JOANN S. CACAVOLLIA 426 Jackson Avenue. Outstanding for her spontaneous cheerfulness . . . quick wit and gay spirit . . . completely natural. Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 HI C s 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 ROBERTA A CADORET Robbie 70 Vought Place Petite but where did all that energy come from? carefree heart loves a good laugh e A ' .. ' b in Q X mlschlef Il a part of us all Girls Choir 2 Photography Club 2 HlCs4 GAIL .I CADWELI. G" WILLIAM n CARPENTER 405 Kenyon Street Giggles and charm a rare combination a contagious laugh our 'fun loving outdoor a Dramoteers 2 FTA 2 Girls Sports Club 2 A Cappella Choir 3 4 Girls Choir 2 Home Room Treas urer 2 Secretary 4 Student Coun cll Alternate 2 3 AA Alternate 2 3 Treasurer 4 DENNIS l CAMP Den 1287 Nichols Avenue 55, Unpredactable sorta guy actions speak louder than words Duty and fun go hand In hand Kahuna 131 White Street lndlvlduallsm not revolt lover of the South Seas while we live let us live ln understanding the great philosopher Masquers 4 President 4 Variety Show 3 Stage Crew 3 Boys Sports Club 3 Senior Play 4 PATRICIA A CARRAFIEIIJO at 210 Glenfield Avenue A quiet manner accentuated by a pleasing smile and bug brown eyes always ready to do her share Service Corps 2 Library Club 2 Stage Crew 3 Student Council 4 AA Alternate 2 Homeroom Vice President 4 BARBARA J. CAPUANO "Little Barb" 1267 Cutspring Road Light hearted . . . free from care . . . tiny, but energetic . . . "lt'S Cl good thing." Sports' Club 2, 37 Hi C's 47 Girls' Chorus 25 Home Room Assistant Treasurer 4. JOSEPH P. CARDIEll0 oe 1259 Elm Street Lover of all sports . . . go golf and more golf . . . Give to the world the best you have . . . future Physical Ed. Teacher. Intramural Football 2 4 Intr mural Basketball 4 Intramural Baseball 4 THOMAS B CARNEY Tom 2192 Mann Street A flash of the camera and there we find Tom always ready to loin in the fun leads a life nanchalance Photography Club 2 ,M '- g t , ', ., .27 W 4 S s , 1, 'H ,-J!fFf,'4,1 t , f 5 , AQ I 1 1, ' il xxx' ' Allftrlil Vai , ff "iz if' J THOMAS R. CARTER 11Tom11 473 Woodlawn Avenue Easy does it . . . a "ham" opera- , tor . . . he comes so late that he meets himself going . . . loves 3 Q: cars. Band 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY A. CECCARELLI nsunnyu 66 Swanson Avenue A heart as golden as her hair . . . suburbanite . . . model school graduate . . . gay and laughing. Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4: O.F.F. 4: F.N.A. 2. FRANCIS K. CHOIKO "Fran" 427 Bruce Avenue Hamburger capacity unlimited . . . collegiate dresser . . . what's life without sports? . . . those sharp shirts. Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Boys' Sports Club 2, 3, President 4, A.A. Delegate 4, Student Council Alternate 4, Cross Country 4, In- tramural Football 3, 4. JEAN M. CHOP llchopsll 28 Hanson Place All for fun and frolic . . . makes friends easily . . . life is what you make it . . . helpful by nature. Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 41 Steno Pool 4, Distributive Education Club 4. .lr N 1:4 PATRICIA A CIIALKER o 315 Hollister Street A package of concentrated energy enthusiasm IS catching rock n roller a VERY con taglous giggle Steno Pool 4 O F F 4 ALBERT W CHIARENZELLI 228 Oakland Street Always ready for some fun snappy dresser plays a cool trumpet plans to become a teacher Band 2 3 President 4 Dance Band 2 3 Masquers 4 Chemistry Club 4 Senior Play 4 FTA 3 4 Scl ence Club 4 Tn M 4 JOHN .I CHICKOS Johnny 24 Reitter Street A man of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows dauntless on the diamond an all around 9004 sw Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Intramural Baseball 2 43 Y X Qs I .ai ROGER F CLAPP e 2375 Broadbndge Avenue A lad of silence but of ment look for the best and the best wi me up and reward you JEAN M CLARK Jean 206 Bndgevuew Place Life must be ltved so why not enloy ut? Able to be heard and not seen Baaahl So me and Shakespeare A Cappella Choir 3 4 Dramateers 2 Masquers 4 Variety Show 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 2 Senex 4 LAWRENCE P CLOUATRE larry T19 Sultan Street 'The world knows nothing of nts greatest men many divers: tied interests a likeable person Bowling Team 3 ARTHUR R COLBORNE Ross 580 Hilltop Drive A cool trombone player a whiz at mathematics on easy going fe a a wandering mind Ban 234 IARIARA L COLIORNE Barb 304 First Avenue lm tranquil when dealing with problems except when the prob lems are mme in every thought sincere a pleasant personality reflects a sunny disposition A Cappella Choir 3 4 Masquers 3 4 Dramateers 2 Girls Sports Club 2 Girls Chorus 2 Junior Council 3 Sophomore Council 2 f nb "'-s. JUDITH S COLLADAY Judy BEVERLY J CONRAD ev 275 Conners Lane Sugar n space and everything nlce revels ln swimming dancing and record collecting will make an efficient secretary Steno Pool 4 OFF 4 Girls Sports Club 3 4 JUDITH A CONTE Cookie 484 West Reltter Street Small n bright tuned to the fun frequency always ready for lots of fun yet always ready when work s to be done Photography Club 2 Hi Cs Treas urer 4 Steno Pool 4 Library Club 130 Lawlor Terrace A petite powerhouse of pep with wisdom and understanding she served and helped to guide our class her success IS in sured Student Council 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Class Vice President 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club Secretary 2- Dramateers 2- F.T.A. 2 3 4- Cheerleaders 3 As- sistant Captain 4- Senex 4. PATRICIA L. COLLINGS a 150 Matthew Drive Dont let her quiet manner fool you . . . likes to read and swim . . . a future teacher . . . Eh whotl F.T.A. 2 3 4- Library Club 3 4- Girls Sports Club 2 3 4- Log Rep- resentative 2 3 4- Stage Crew 3 4' Library Representative 2. RICHARD F. COLONNESE "Rick" 45 Poplar Street 5.H.S. grows 'em tall-AND hand- some . . . pass, dribble, shoot- baslretl . . . easy going fella. Boys' Sports Club 3, 47 Basketball Team 2, 3, 4. ROBERT E CORBA Carb 165 Glenfield Avenue And a good time was had by all nobly nonchalant an agile athlete a draftsman nn the future ootball 2 3 4 A A Representa tive 2 3 4. CAROL A. CORDONE Carol 102 Broadmere Road Her smile is a delightful greeting . . . big brown eyes . . . pot- ter advocate . . . happy-ga-lucky ga . Hi C s 4. BARBARA A. COSSETTE "Barb" 215 Second Hill Lane Favorite recreation: smiling . . . vim, vigor, vitality . . . amicable . . . tousled curls. Homerocm Treasurer 45 log Rep- resentative 4i Junior Council 3. 3' JAMES E. CSEHAK 99 Reeds Lane The business world for him . . . drama is his interest . . . tall and mysterious fella. Masquers 3 Executive Board 4- Bowling Manager 4' Track Mana- ger 4. FRANCIS G. CURCIO 1110 Chapel Street "AlI's well that ends well - l'm graduating" . . . from cares he's free . . . "AhI Sleep." Chefs' Club 4. KEVIN J COSTELLO ev 186 Hughvlew Drlve Hair that s oh so red life IS from grin to gnn unassum mg but self assured will go far m anything he chooses ROGER D COUTANT Tmy 37 Sunnyside Terrace BIG man on campus every yard a gentleman ambition knows no rest obligmg and mannerly Debating Club 2 3 4 Vice Pres: dent 4 National Honor Society 3 President 4 Senex 4 Intramural Football4 JAMES D CRAIG Dave 400 Hurd Avenue Where there s fun to be had youll be sure to find hum What me worry? a car us a man s best friend Uncle Sam IS calling '15 DIANE D DACONTO Dee 159 Blakeman Place Quiet and competent friends galore dont overlook the twinkle in her eyes Glrs Sports Club 3 OFF 4 Homeroom Vice President 2 Senex ROBERT V DAlI.AS o 104 Denton Place The boy with the beat subtle wi collegiate dresser the delight of the girls Band 2 3 TnM 3 4 All ate Band 3 Intramural Sports 2 3 Swimming Team 4 Senex 4 WILLIAM R. DARMAN I 160 Euclid Avenue Aspnres to a musical career fun IS his best subgect merry and let the rest worry avid com collector 37' PETER J. DAVENPORT Pete 50 Shore Road A good nature is a key that fits many locks . . . Did someone say Sweetie Pie? . . . a clever man commits no minor blunders. Swimming Team 2 3 4- Boys Sports Club 3 4- Home Room Pres- ident 2 3 4- Student Council 4- Senior Council 4. RIC HARD R. DAWKINS "Dick" 95 Sunnybank Avenue Among cars he's in his glory . . . "life is just a bowl of cherries" . . . "let pleasure take the place of work." Band 2i Football 2. .f Silt Q 5 ,at 'T PATRICIA M. DQCESARE "DeCese" 271 London Terrace A bundle of wit and charm . . . rewards a good ioke with a hearty laugh . . . dark eyes and a flash- ing smile. O.F.F. President 47 Student Council 45 Girls' Sports Club 3, 4, Variety Show 37 Steno Pool 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, F.N.A. 4: Dramateers 2. ULRICH DECHER 32 Hemlock Trail Trumbull He sets his heart upon the goal not the prize speech IS silver silence is golden Science Club 4 Chemistry Club 4 Senex 4 National Honor Society 4 MARY-JO E. DQIVECCHIO llM.J'll 2909 Main Street Intelligence, competence, and charm combined . . . cheerful attitude toward life and people . . . as sweet as they come. Student Council 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 2, 3, Recording Secretary 4, Ushers' Guild 2, 3, 45 Masquers 3, 45 F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 2, 3, Assistant Editor of the Log 4, National Honor Society 3 Secre- tary 4 STEPHEN J DEMORA Steve 104 Bennett Court Why teachers get gray Why bother today there s plenty of time tomorrow mischief is hs delight eJ JUDITH A DelIBRO Judy 150 Tavern Rock Road Dependablllty is a quality of ead ership demure yet sparkling a future teacher sincerity has a charm all its own ers Guild 2 3 4 Secretary 3 President 4 Concert Band1 2 3 Log Staff 4 National Honor Society 3 4 A Cappella Choir Secretary 4 Home Room Secretaryl 2 3 4 Senex 4 ANITA l DolUCA Anita 247 Clover Street A whirlwind of energy active attractive sooo much living to d and every minute is hers Girls Sports CIub1 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 library Club 3 4 Home Room Treasurer1 2 3 4 Senex4 JOHN H DOIUCA Butch 86 Placid Avenue His tallness in Inches is far sur passed by the height of his char acter a very pleasing person How s the weather up there? Basketball 2 3 Boys Sports Club 3 Intramural Football 3 Home Room Vice President 2 3 4 -rr" "':1 in 5 Q-A fi VITTORIA I. do NICOLO Vicky 1536 Main Street Takes the pen and brush in hand paints a rosy picture of future art work Steno Pool 4 Girls Sports Club 4 LOIS M DePAR1.E 350 East Main Street A gay gad about light hearted delights in sewing and swim ming H C s 4 Transferred from Bullard Havens LOUIS E DERMODY ou 299 Sherwood Place Red headed clarmetist where he is gurls can be found occa slonally a moment of unnatural silence Intramural Football 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 2 3 Band 2 3 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 3 CAROL J DERNAGO Carol 353 Columbus Avenue She and fun are the best of friends qurck wttted glowlng frlendlnness bubbling enthus Iasfn AA Delegate 4 Gurls Sports Club 4 Student Councrl 4 LEONTENE A DESIIOSIERS ee 430 Chlckadee lane One of a paar really? Loves swrmmmg and dancmg a future beautrcran Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Steno Pool 4 Homeroom Secretary and Treasurer 3 Student Councnl Al ternate 3 Merchandlslng Club Treasurer 4 RICHALENE l DESROSIERS Rlchle 430 Chnckadee Lane A contaglous glggle Really? Hum her ways are ways of pleasantness plzza lover Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA 3' ti Z' JAMES A DINAN lm 1122 Broadbrldge Avenue -,-y l have a volce but why wear lt out? Bored of educatron the smile has rt we mannered EI.EANOR l DIXON E IB 1740 North Avenue It s mce to be natural when one ls so naturally mce stnlung beauty as many Gne polnts as a package of puns Ushers Guild 3 Secretary 4 Grrls Sports Club 3 4 llbrary Club 3 4 Student Council 3 Steno Poo 4 OFF Vlce President 4 Service Corps 3 4 DAVID C DOE Babe 585 Tanager Place a fabulous personality out for a good time very versatile the llfe of the party JV Swrmmlng 1 2 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 AA Alternate 3 4 wwf aff RICHARD H DIILMAN Rlc 185 Kenwood Avenue An hour for toll a day for 'fun ardent sports fan calm and even tempered loves hfe for llvrng s sake Track 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 Intramural Football 3 4 lntra mural Basketball 2 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Senior Council 4 Home Room Vlce President 2 President 4 EDITH J DlMENNA Edee 116 Yarwood Street Dramatlc eyes has such a happy smile never farlmg courtesy srncere and warm Glrls Sports Club 3 4 Clerlcal Practrce 4 H: C s President 4 Home Room Treasurer CAROLE A DOLYAK Carole 290 Boston Avenue The gal wnth the golden tresses qulet charmer always ready for fun rrls Sports Clubl 2 3 4 FNA 3 4 OFF 4 Steno Pool4 RAYMOND .I DOLYAK GY 433 Swanson Avenue Unperturbed would never get a ticket for speedmg through school corredors luke cool Varsity Swlmmnng 3 4 Q,-v 4 11 11 I 111. 11 ' ' I I I ' , 11 11 - ' - . . . ' ' . . . ll I I I ,. . . 1 - : ' - 11l 11 " ll' " ' . . . "oh " " ' ' , , ,' , , . . 1 1 I , . . , . , 1 2 1 s I - I 1 2 1 1 . -- I l : I I s a 1 I , . . . - 1 , . . 11 11 n - - n ' s, "The world is made for fun" . . . ' - n u - QI' v . ,, ..... ,, ' ' ' I .mff I . . . ' ' . ' - 1 1 1 1 . . . . . , 5 3, 4. . . 1 1 1 - . 1 1 , . 4f2r:,,JIIA . I ll 0 hll S 'p 11 11 I I I I . . . . . . I, 1 i - I I ' I I I 1 G 1 1 1 : . . . I I I ' ' , 3 . . . 5 . : - ' , ll II IIR Il - 1 I . I . I I I - n - u g ' - I - 1 . I . . . . I - 1 1 1 , ' 2' . sg . .-f DORIS DONNEllY Dee 154 Sunnybank Avenue With quiet dignity she undertakes a job which is always well done a career In the bustling bus: ness world awaits her Steno Pool 4 Senex 4 ROGER .I DONNELLY Roger 520 Chickadee Lane Work is well done when its done with a will golf is his sport reporting has future PATRICIA M DONOFRIO a 35 lincoln Avenue Better late than never e propelled talker welcome add: tion to any ottice avid band stand fan Library Club 2 Vice President 2 Steno Pool 4 O FF 4 JOANNE M DRAKE Mouse 515 Blrdseye Street A petite sparkling miss cute and collegiate bright as a newly minted com Dramateers Treasurer 2 Masquers 3 4 Girls Glee Club 3 4 og Representative 3 Homeroom Treas urer 3 Secretary 4 CARMEN I. DRAYTON Carm 31 Hull Court A refreshing nlceness about her flashes beammq smiles bells on her toes Masquers 3 4 Red Cross 2 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA 2 Vice President 3 Student Council 3 AA Alternate 4 A Cappella 2 THOMAS E DRIVER Ahmad 126 Larkin Court Football standout one fifth of the Capris subtly humorous liked by all Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 AA Representatlve3 NORENE C. DORGAN Norene 168 Hurd Avenue A friend to all girls and crew cuts . . . play it cool . . . pert sophis- ticate . . . attractive clothes. Homeroom Vice-President 3 Secre- tary 4- Girls Sports Club - Dramateers 2- F.T.A. 2 3 4- A.A. Alternate 3. VINCENT P. DOWGIALLO "Vinny" B55 Stratford Road 'If "Lend every man thine ear but few thy voice" . . . never worries, C17 never hurries. Chefs' Club 3. 'Ro GEORGE W. DUBE Butch 374 Thompson Street A leader-tried and proven . . . Ivy leaguer . . . handy with a pigskin . . . can talk himself out of any situation. Student Council 1 2 3- Jun'or Council 3- Junior Varsity Football 1 2- Varsity Football 3 4- Boys Sports Club 3 Secretary 4- Basket- ball 4- Track 4- Class President 3. BARBARA J. DUFFIELD IIDUWYII 184 Sunnybank Avenue A redheaded lass with freckles to match . . . nice to know . . . her conversations - punctuated with laughs. O.F.F. 45 Steno Pool 4. CAROL A. DWYER "Carol" 214 Freeman Avenue Scholarly convictions . . . skillful speaker . . . will make a good nurse . . . ambition knows no rest. Photography Club 25 Girls' Sports Club 2, 45 Library Club 2, 45 F.N.A. 45 Senex 45 National Honor Society 4. LYNNE B. ELLIOTT nlynnau l005 Prospect Drive Agreeable as life itself . . . a friendly hello for all . . . lovely large eyes . . . c'est la viel Student Council 3, 45 Masquers 45 Home Room President 25 Vice-Pres- ident 35 Girls' Sports Club 3, 45 Art Club 45 Service Corps 25 Senex Secretary 4. Q-5 Smfxs silt:-.:7'?"Nf?Q'.. X , M . ? Y . friif- 1 I i , 4 W, A A vt skater . . . fun for all and all for fun. ROBERT C. EMMERICH llsobll 92 Butler Court Those who talk less usually know more . . . avid baseball fan . . . a friendly fellow. Intramural Football 25 Intramural Baseball 2. MICHAEL A. ERDOS "Mike" 985 Whippoarwill Lane Study is a pastime . . . "Away with the books" . . . wants to be a professional guitar player. ROBERT E. FACTO uaobu 507 Patterson Avenue "I love school, next to vacation" hot rodder . . . quite a roller DAVID W. FARONI nocveu 188 McKinley Avenue Ardent camera bug . . . emphatic- ally quiet . . . you can find him in the biology room. Science Club 2, 3, Treasurer 35 Photography Club 2, 4. DENNIS J. FARREll noenu 2l Mercer Street Anyone who is anyone can iust be himself . . . an Ivy leaguer- sooo collegiate . . . shy composure attracts the girls . . . bound for success. Football Team 2, 3, 45 Track Team 3, 45 Home Room President 35 Class President 45 Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 4. JOHN F. FAS0l.D "Johnny" 775 Chickadee Lane A fortune in freckles . . . person- able . . . life begins at 12:18 . . . When l'm sad I sing, then others are sad with me. Swimming Team 3, 4. ARLENE FEDAK 1, A rn 463 King Street Bright smile and twinkling eyes . . . efliciency -.a quality of a future stenographer . . . light, bubbling laughter . . . the girl with the red and white Chevy. O.F.F. 45 Log Staff 45 Girls' Sports Club 45 Steno Pool 45 Senex 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4. EDWARD FEDAK llEdll 740 King Street Cheerful nature . . . very studious . . . biology bug . . . sure can conjugate those foreign verbsll Photography Club 25 Science Club 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 4, Vice- President 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Radio Club 45 Senex 4. f, . -Q Y fi Q 5' ,Tffsff FRANK F FEDAK JR Frank 121 Boswell Street Knowledge can be found an any dnctnonury so why seek ut? a demon for fun Thats cool the anr force for hum JV Basketball 2 Student Councll 3 Intramural Football 2 4 Home room Vlce President 4 JOYCE C FEDAK Joyce 1383 West Broad Street Funds fun ln almost everythrng desires to go unto office work H m m m m Glrls Sports Club 3 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 Mary 461 Washington Parkway Short and sweet from head to feet contaguous charm a de votee of popular musuc hanr dressnng school frames her future Steno Pool 4 Hr Cs 4 'If if Cvl THOMAS M FEDUIK Tom 97 Marsh Way Good natured few troubles will leave smllmg cooks a storm Chefs Club 3 THOMAS L FIRRANTELLO :rr 25 Newtown Avenue A handsome man IS always ln danger lnfe IS too short to serious a good head on hls shoulder but a dlfferent one every mght Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 4,7 MABEL L FLOYD Leslle 322 Clrcle Dnve Silence as golden but who wants to be golden? loves those boys energy and words un hmnted OFF 4 Girls Sports Club 4 Stu dent Council 2 A A Representatlve 3 Alternate 4 WILLIAM L FOGARTY "Bl 133 Summer Street To worry llttle to study less IS my udea of happmess su swimmer never one to worry ue 1499 Cut Sprung Road A vonce of gladness and a smile of beauty a whiz at the art of homemaklng Gxrls Sports Club 2 O F F 4 Steno Pool 4 Student Councll Alternate 2 BENJAMIN J FRATTAROLI en 330 Fnrst Avenue Ambltlon work and common sense the acme of mtelllgence man around school wnth a briefcase aspires to be a hnstory teacher FTA34 RUSSELL C FREELAND Russ 20 Fox Hull Road Customuzed car addlct d mlrer of women casual and carefree a wonderful guy A Capella 4 'er aol .dfv .J . , . 4 . ll ll 9 ll ' ll It - , in If - - - . . . H H H . H 1 . , ' . F I n . . . 1 . . . 1 1 1 . 2 ' - 2 . - ' - ' . 1 1 . 1, H , , .nu a n .- I Il ' ' . . . , 1 "-...," ' ' "... per ' I . n . . I 1 . . . 1 MARY A, FEDOCK SUZANNE M. FONTAINE ll ll "S H . ,. , - 1 . . . 1 . - 1 . ' , . , - 'x 3 1 we K U U "5 H e u ' " ..." "up . I . . . - l . . . , . - . HF. n . 'V H H A . . . ' ' be ' ' . . . an a - ' . . . I . . 49 , . . . . , 1 5 , 1 - 'D LEONA J FUSCO ee 30 Emery Street Constantly malung new fnends red sweater IS her trademark ask her to cry hopes to go into lournallsm Red Cross 3 Clarlon Stat? 3 4 JUDITH L GAA Judy 100 Clinton Street All good thmgs come In small packages all the world loves a Gaa person cheerful and entertammg with a ready sense of humor OFF 4 My A-Ffffifggfw JOHN R GAMWELL Russ 2910 Broadbrldge Avenue a and lanky My worrles are ew enloys boatung and water slumg onward to col ege TEOFUI. J GANTEK e 105 Castle Drive Opportunity wall knock at his door many interests will make a good name for himself dd' fm JEAN O GAGNON Jean 240 Morehouse Avenue A welcomed addltlon to SHS there are smlles to make you happy frlendly to all EVELYN J GAlEMBA 170 Whute Street Starry eyed sophlstlcatlon car rot top vanod abllltles mtel lectually developed delight fully devlllsh Natronal Honor Soclety 3 4 Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Ushers Guild 2 3 4 Sophomore Class Represen tatlve 2 Red Cross Alternate 2 log Business Staff 4 Senex 4 EVELYN A. GALLA 85 Ulnch Road Stars m her eyes All the world s a stage her raduant smule contrasts a charmmg person a :ty Dramateers 2 Presrdent 2 Mos quers 3 4 Gnrls Sports Club 2 FTA 4, Student Councnl 2, Senex 4, Semor Play 4 csv' T . I X f PATRICIA A GARBER a 54 Canaan Court An efficient secretary In the making smcerlty I5 the key to charm soft spoken hght hearted OFF 4 GAII. E GATES Gay 48 Knowlton Street An nndlvldual personalnty warm hearted and generous naturally sweet naturally nice lots of ortnstlc talent OFF 4 ROBERT W GAYLORD o 768 Stratford Avenue A car IS a mans best fnend hopes to own has own service sta tlon strong convlctlons Transferred from Roger Ludlowe MARY A GEDROJC Mary 132 Kenwood Avenue Seasoned with reason s e sets her heart upon the goal not the prize Student Councll 3 Alternate 4 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 Homeroom Treasurer 2 KATHLEEN M GEFFER1' Kathie 106 General Street Where s the gang? amiable personality loves dancing and skating a secretary In the making HI C s 4 Girls Sports Club 2 Nav' T' x'::,g HAROLD W GENEROU5 JR Hot Rod 20 Bittersweet Lane Avid record fan flashy dresser drlvln In his red Chevy math I5 his speed S H S s n valuable manager Swimming 2 Football Manager 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 4 Student Council Alternate 3 Senior Council 4 Homeroom President 3 4 RUSSELL S GERGELY Russ 100 Pine Street Hrs anr of confusion is delightful good natured and practical . . . a swell person to know. EDWARD G. GIBUN Jerry 85 Albright Avenue "Hello everyone" , . . cool man on a horn . . . live, love, laugh , . . when he walks in, the fun begins. Variety Show 3, Masquers 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 47 Boys' Sports Club 35 Intramural Sports 3, A.A. Alternate 45 Home Room Treasurer 3, 4. 15, 'Wang RUTH E GLUHAREFF Ruth 51 Connors lane A companion who IS cheerful is as valuable as gold Does any one have a road map? merry heart goes all the day TrnM 4 Variety Show 3 Home room Vice President 2 All State Choir 4 Masquers 3 4 Treasurer 4 A Capella Choir 3 4 Girls Choir 2 Senex 4 RITA A GODA Ruta 222 Huntington Road Cameo complexion silence is sweeter than speech a ight heart lives long O.F.F. 4. ANTONIO GCMEI Pancho 129 Bush Court A true sportsman . . . a quiet ex- terior conceals much . . . the call of the wild . . . iust give him a gun. Football 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4. PATRICIA A GLEASON a 524 Woodstock Avenue A subtle sense of humor an of all sports a dependable friend an nnqulrlng mind OFF 4 SHIRLEY A GLOSS Shir 91 Laurel Street A pleaslng gurl to meet far better to know good ludgement and common sense well deserving of happiness and success Log Representative 2 Girls Sports Club 3 OFF 4 Leaders Club 4 LYNNE F GREENWOOD 'Woody 58 Academy Hull Terrace Does thmgs rn a bug way pretty clothes galore slightly sophisticated extrovert Sophomore Councrl 2 Dramaveers 2 Student Councll 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 Varuety Show 3 Home Room Presldent 2 Band 2 Sensor Play 4 GERALD F GREGORY lljerll 35 Graham Street Football us hrs forte to excel nn sports us every man's dream strong silent type Football 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports Club 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 4 CELESTINO J GOMEZ Tmo 129 Bush Court Crazy for camplng and all klnds of sports college In the offer nn Hey Monkeyl Swummmg 2 3 4 Cross Country 3 4 Track 3 4 Intramural Foot bal 2 JOHN D GOTCH Johnny 2045 Barnum Avenue I want to hve llfe to nts fullest friend to everyone Swnmmmg Team 2 3 AA Dele gate 2 3 4 CAROL L GRADOWSKI Carol 125 Carol Road Glfted with ablllty for shorthand and typmg nmagnnatnon rules cooks up a storm con srstent Girls Sports Club 3 4 OFF 4 KATHRYN A GRIFFIN Grit? 783 Nichols Avenue A rare amount of spark and wut Where s Sandy? lnfe IS such fun for thrs gal AA Alternate 2 OFF 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 FTA 3 v"'v W1 CLAUDETTE E GRINAGE Claudette 195 Parkway Drive A pleasmg gurl wrth pleasing ways takes school seriously liable and trustworthy clothes deservmg of compluments National Honor Society 3 4 Home room Vrce Presudent 3 4 Sclence Club 2 3 4 Debating Club 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA 4 Student Councnl Alternate 2 Se nex 4 JUDITH A GROSNER Judy 174 Rockland Avenue Reading IS her passuon beamnng ray of fnendshlp she enlnghtens many Anybody hungry? Debatmg Club 3 4 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Log Staff 4 Senex 4 THOMAS E GRULER Tom Warner Hull Road Ham radno enthusnast e world IS as you take It Let s :ve plans to Iom the alr force JOHN R GUEVIN "Johnny" 2076 Broadbrrdge Avenue Some of the best work In the world IS done by the quiet dlllgent worker a lrttle knowledge now and then ll U ll D 11 - 11 , x, . . 1 - S ' 0 ' ' - ll I ll U e 1 . ,, ,, . . . . . . . g . . . . 1 1 2 , , 1 1 ' , . . , . . . , y 1 1 1 1 ' . I , , . . . . , , u u ' 11 11 . . . . ""' . . . ' . . . re- kx . . . ' . ' ' ' a lnttle study-a llttle fun . . . a ' ' . 1 : - - ' . , - 1 i , , . . , 1 I F 7 1 1 - , , 1 1 I - - - I F . ' 11 11 11 11 . . .. ' ' ' . . . a A 1 . . . . ,, V . . . . . . - H V , . 1 l 1 i . , , . . . . . . ' 1 1 1 - -4 flak! 1 11 11 11 ' - ll lr - - nwrh , - -11 11 1 i r Q 1' . . s . ' . - I I I" . . . 1 1 1 I F ' i F D RICHARD F GUIDA Fuzzy 66 Bosslck Court Above all things a good fellow 'Its never too latel e Armed Servlce for hum Intramural Football 2 3 4 Intra mural Basketball 2 3 4 Intra mural Baseball 2 Bowling Team 3 Golf Team 3 4 PAGE l'l HABERIJN Page 125 Pumpkun Ground Road Hrs clothes reflect has good taste tall and debonalr a wrtty word a wntty eye I anything once AA Alternate 2 3 lYNNE M HALLSTROM "l.ynne" 66 Charlton Street Enthusiasm unlnmrted full of the loy of llvmg her speclal hes sports, musuc and math Student Councll 2, Grrls' Sports Club 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 4, Vnce Presudent 3, Senex 4, Home Room Treasurer 4, Chemistry Club 4, F N A 4, National Honor Society 4 CAROLYN J GUMAN Gun 2252 Broodbndge Avenue Humor knows no bounds smile IS worth a mllllon dollars and doesnt cost a cent vlgorously alert Dramateers 2 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Homeroom Secretary 3 4 O F F PRlSClll.A K GUNTHER dt 890 Judson Place The world rs a bubble and I have a pm loves pickles s dull to thunk let s talkl troduce me to your boyfrnend A 2 3 4 Masquers 3 ramateers 2 Gnrls Sports Club 3 A Cappella Choir 4 Senex 4 LOIS J HAMBURG Jeanne 150 Marghenta lawn Musrc has charm and so has the musuclon a smcere fruend qulte a drummer Concert Band 2 3 4 Dance Band 3 4 FNA 4 GERAUJINE A HANSEN Jern 62 Nichols Avenue Frlendlmess IS her habut easy to know, easler to like Kndsl are you blushing? Oh my goshl Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 FNA 2 Dramateers 2 Va rnety Show 3 RICHARD R HANZELKO Dlc 258 Peace Street Industnal whnz krd excels un shop work to worry as a waste of energy a Pontiac IS hls best fnend ROBERTJ HARGUS o 35 Newport Avenue Stratford s own poet alrplanes alrplcnes airplanes a smlle for all Ive got the beat man Film Service 2 3 4 BEVERLY J HARRIGAN lraevu 373 Canaan Road A bundle of fnendlmess well groomed wnth o shme of neatness perfect poise secretarral work ahead OFF 4, Steno Pool 4, AA Dele gate 3, 4, Sophomore Councul 2, Junuor Councrl 3, Girls' Sports Club 3, 4 , .,.. .s,, . , , Jr , gif., " , V, ye? ll Il a l H - ,. . . - C Q , . . . . . 5 ' ' , , , i ' ' , , p , 5 . . . , 7 . . . . " 4. ' I Vf15fa',""Y" I IIP ll ll 'll ,, . . . . . . ,, . HW . . . ' h HH' 0 L I ll llln- ' ll ' ' ll ll ll , ' I F.N. . , , p , 4: ' ' , , : . - . 2 ' , , 5 - - . : I - WJ F 4, ' 5 . ' . ll ll ' ll ' kll . I . . . ' ' " . . . th j - - - , , 1 - . . . ' ' ' . , 1 - ' . : 2 , . H H , ua bn . . ' ' . . . . . . . ' A I I ' ' ' l , H , , ...he'ltry H--- 1 . . , . l l I ' ' 5 DAVID HARRIS Dave 146 Wood Avenue A polite and gentlemanly scholar a mind to be reckoned wit ever quiet never noisy a chemist extraordinaire Film Service Club 1 2 4 Student Council Alternate 2 Science Club 4 Biology Club 4 Debating Club 4 Senex 4 National Honor Society 4 JOYCE D HARRISON Debbie 50 Beers Place A fun and fancy free gal crest of galety partial to Ice skating records and dancing will seek an office position O F F 4 Girls Sports 3 4 Steno Pool 4 Senex 4 GARY W HATTERSLEY Gary 1393 North Avenue Stock market enthusiast should find success striped sport coats quietness reflects wrs 4-61 Z", dom not weakness GEORGE J. HAVAS George 221 Nichols Terrace Get it before it gets you . . . very nice to be with . . . collects records . . . customizes cars . . . calls girls. ROBERT E. HAWLEY llsobll 29 Glendale Road ROBERT G. HENDERSON Bo 70 Victoria Lawn WILLIAM D HEADFORD I 221 Graham Street I never worry about trivial things and everything IS trivial molors in auto mechanics easy come easy go ELIIABETH A HEADY Betsy 82 Nichols Avenue Shes fun shes a pol everybody likes this gal pep personality a pleasure to know always In the middle of a good time Senior Council 4 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Hr Cs 4 Home Room Troas urer 3 4 Transferred from Andrew Warde 1958 DAVID H HEALING Dave 125 Victoria Lawn Serious but no somber e right amount of optimism boats boats boats and more boats college bound Swimming Team 2. A sunburn year round . . . those 1 striped shirts . . . a second Buster Crabbe . . . does he ever get out fA of the water? Swimming Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4, Intramural Football 4, Senex 4. RONALD C. HENDRIX Hnonu 351 Hilltop Dr. Never a dull moment when Bob's around . . . he's got plenty of rhythm . . . crescendos unlimited . . . "Great ShowI" A beaming smile . . . will make a fine minister . . . makes the best sundaes in town. Intramural Basketball 3. -49' if 'Qu .. 'M PETER A. HENNINGSEN "Pete" Warner Hill Road A tower of friendliness . . . come what may, he doesn't care . . . has gasoline in his veins. PATRICIA E. HEWEY uputu 73 Highland Terrace A favorite hobby-sewing . . . a smile welcomed by everyone . . . likes music and chemistry . . . "Love thy neighbor." Science Club 3, Treasurer 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Senex 4, National Honor Society 4. SHARON L. HILL "Sharon" 94 Wyoming Street Little? Yes, but the atom bomb isn't very big either . . . talk and she'll talk with you, stop and she'll talk alone. Library Club 1, 2, 3, Senior Coun- cil 4, Student Council 4, Home Room Secretary 2, 3, 4, Hi C's 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Service Corps 3. JOHN M. HODOSI ujohnu 193 Henry Avenue Has a little black book . . . 'Fun above all . . . last in class-first one out . . . "What's there to worry about?" Intramural Football 2, Intramural Baseball 2, Chef's Club 4, Home Room President 4. JAMES J. HODSKA "Hods" 1935 Barnum Avenue His quiet smile masks a fun-loving nature . . . bermudas are his spe- cialty . . . the world is as you take it. Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Home Room Vice-President 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra- mural Basltetball 1, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Let- terman 4, Class Council Represen- tative 2, 3, 4. MARILYN E. HOLCOMB "Marilyn" 185 Washington Parkway Pretty enough, pert enough, peppy enough, iust enough . . . one to have fun . . . all collegiate . . . a little pixie. Girls' Sports Club 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Dramateers 2, Hi C's 4, Home Room Secretary 2. xl' 11 ' . '1 g-3: ,A i ' 4.1 fm. , -pg v . s ,Q , xfit . t, N X ' xl 4 I 4 'I , .- L2 .X Jil, ' Hu.,-. .. ,S J K '5 ' Wx 2 Ill.. I ' tl 3 J, Niyilw f-xitfi' F s MARIORIE F. HLAVACEK "Margie" 15 Greenlawn Avenue Petite bundle of personality . . optimistic . . . ready smile . . . quite a Mariner . . . cheerful coun- tenance. Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Junior Council 3, Ushers' Guild 2, 3, 4, National Honor So- ciety 3, 4, A.A. Representative 2, Senex 4, Log Staff 4. GERALD E. HODGMAN, JR. Hserryu 33 Martin Terrace A future in medicine or engineering . . . studious and considerate . . . he strives hard for success. Intramural Basketball Captain 3, Science Club 4. i 'J' gfffi.- , ,fig-f -riff ' ' X 'vo- RICHARD S. HOLDT "Dick" 3062 Main Street Pleasant personality-a smile to match . . . ace saxman . . . "morning exercises" . . . a regular 9UY- Home Room President 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Council 2, 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 3, Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Color Guard 2, Captain 3, Variety Show 3, Senex 4. BARBARA A. HOLMES "Bobs" 4221 Main Street It is better to be small and shine than to be large and cast a shadow . . . little gal with a big heart . . . music makes one merry. Ushers' Guild, 3, 4, F.T.A. 3, 4, Tri M 3, Historian 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, All-State Choir 4, A Cappella Choir 3, President 4, Girls' Chorus 2, Sophomore Council 2. NELS E HOLMQUIST Gene 372 Blrdseye Street Hls fnendly ways and wmnmg smlle moke knowmg hum worth whale hns ambntlon your next dnsc lockey full of fun Bowlmg Team 3 4 DORIS A HOLODNACK Dor 73 Greenfield Avenue Always a laugh always a smlle one who helps make life worth whale everyones pal ways bubbling wrth excess energy Dramateers 2 Student Councll Al ternate 3 FTA 2 3 4 Varlety Show 3 Home Room Vlce Presadent 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Treasurer 2 Senex 4 SUSAN K HOLTER ue Wlll.lAM J HOVAN Sonny 310 First Avenue School IS the threshold of better thlngs to come for hum track and football are hrs favorite sports Track 2 Intramural Football 3 4 Intramural Basketball 3 4 PAUI. W HRUNJAK Pau 384 laughlm Road People are made to be frlends polute and personable one who should go for un life Why not? steady and re Iuoble fnend Debatmg Club 2 3 Treasurer 4 Sclence Club 2 Track 3 4 Cross Country 2 3 Captam 4 Boys Sports Club 4 Log Staff Sports dntor 4 Intramural Football 4 240 Prospect Drlve Worry about today ond tomorrow wnll take care of Itself a be hmd the scenes worker loys pokes and laughs apprecla twely Leaders Club 4 Stage Crew 4 Jumor Red Cross 2 WINIFRED E HOMRIGHOUS 'Wmks 1461 Mann Street A smule Intent for mlschuef thinks luke a phllosopher Gurls Sports Club 3 4 lubrary Representotnve 4 GRAHAM E HOUGHTON Graham 716 Chickadee lane Wnllmgness and a desnre to please two loves cars and muslc have ya seen hls hot rod? a real nlce guy Swummmg 3 4 Bond 3 Dance Band 3 Intramural Football 1 2 BRIAN l HUBBARD Pancho 130 Ruby l.ane Always open for suggeshons baseball basketball and gurls If nts un the books why bother JOSEPH C HUGHES oe 316 Booth Street Has heart us reserved for cars one of the guys happuly he goes hus woy a future State Trooper BRUCE R. HUTCHISON Hutchy 32 laurel Street He who looks to the 'future I5 m deed wlse scholar with a smlle the man behmd the tuba Band 2 3 4 Baseball Manager 3 4 Student Councul 4 Senex 4 In tramural Football 4 ELSIE A. HYDE nsundyll 121 Ravencrest Drive Fresh as a breeze . . . a cheery smile . . . companionable . . . never too serious, never too friv- olous. Girls' Sports Club 3, 4. l'lAR0lD M. ISSER IlHorll 435 Thompson Street Height doesn't make the man . . . never an angel with red hair . . . amiable "Harry" . . . full of spirit and fun. Intramural Football 2, 3, 4, Boys' Sports Club 2, 3, 4. MILTON L JACKSON "Leroy" 1541 Stratford Avenue His cheerfrul ways, his merry smile, make him welcome all the while . . . "My alarm clock didn't ring" . . . a golden voice . . . he maiors in alibiologyl A.A. Delegate 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. ,Z I ' MIlI.ICENT B. JAfKlE llpennyll 135 Forest Road Definitely refreshing . . . our "Penny" from heaven . . . poise personified . . . a truly talented dancer . . . above all-a merry heart that laughs at care. Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 49 F.T.A. 3, 41 Ushers' Guild 3, 4: lag Staff 4, Stage Crew 4, Student Council Al- ternate 4g Senex Treasurer 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4. UWE H. JAHNKE uuvu 129 Broadmere Road "Save your Confederate moneyp the South will rise again" . . . never at a loss for words . . . livens up any class. Chemistry Club 45 Log Staff 47 ln- tramural Football 2, 47 Intramural Basketball 3, 41 Science Club 45 Radio Club President 4. LEONOR C. JAIME when 155 Mary Avenue Capable and willing . . . depend- able and efficient . . . a sure suc- cess in whatever she undertakes. Girls' Sports Club 3. JOAN A. JEGEIEWICZ ".Ioan" 85 Claudia Drive The secret of life is not to do what you like, but to like what you do . . . etticiency plus-a lady at all times. Red Cross Alternate 3: Girls' Sports Club 3, 4: Clarion 3, 4, l.og Stott 4, Senex 4, National Honor Society 4. THOMAS J. JENCI "Tam" 135 Legion Avenue "Fins and basketballs" . . . a fu- ture Navy man . . . bowling is right up his alley. Bowling 4. Transferred from Harding. Q new-1 GARY H. JENNINGS "GorabaId" 35 Landon Street Nothing hurries him, nothing wor- ries him . . . loves all sports . . . plans to attend business school. Intramurals 2, 3, 4. ROBERT l. .IESS usobu 304 Orange Street luminous grin . . . can't keep a good man down . . . "If you can't take it with you, don't take it." Intramural Football 2, Varsity Foot- ball 4, A.A. Delegate 4. Q- BERNICE G JOHNSON Bunny 4234 Mann Street Merry as the day rs long busy as a bee flyln rn her Frat sure can trckle those nvones Band 2 3 Vanety Show 3 A Cap pella Chorr 4 Lnbrary Club 2 Grrls Chorus Accompanlst 2 Debatmg Club 4 Student Councrl Alternate 2 CONRAD A JOHNSON Con 685 Callforma Street A man of deeds not words serrous thlnker but what s thrnkmg about? bound to successful Boys Sports Club 3 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Intramural Foot ball 4 JEAN M KALINOWSKI Jean 135 Kenyon Street A shrmng face belongs to a shlnmg personalrty enthusiastic reaper of lnfe s loys Grrls Sports Club 3 O F F 4 Home Room Secretary 3 Junlor Council 3 Senex 4 KATHERINE M KALINOWSKI Kathy 209 Boyberry lane life rs sweet for all who make lt gentle of speech care ful grooming a trifle shy O F F 4 Grrls Sports Club 3 Home Room Secretary 2 RICHARD H JOHNSON Duc 34 Concord Street Am I late? sknng enthusiast 'We re here for fun Varrety as the spree of lrfe Football 2 Swrmmrng 2 Student Councul Alternate 2 ROBERT E JONES Jamal 4'l Bush Court Seemnngly qulet mlschnef exem plrtled all sports appeal to rm Track 2 3 4 Football 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 AA Delegate CAROLE G KAHLEY Carole 85 leglon Avenue Competence and charm combnned parogon of nnceness sty e and fashion her wildest passion OFF 4 Grrls Sports Club 3 4 Senex 4 THEODORE J KARASKA e 32 Hollister Street he power of thought good words are worth much cost llttle time for laughter tame for work A Cappella Chour 3 4 Debatmg Club 3 4 FTA 3 4 Hall Guard 2 Track 2 3 4 Football 4 Boys Sports Club 3 4 Frlm Servrce 3 DONALD R KARDOS Chubs 40 Beers Place A good natured grm adapt able personalrty omrcable enloys all sports Home Room Presldent 3 4 Student Councll 2 Intramural Football 2 3 4 Tennls 2 3 4 Intramural Base ball 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 4 Bowling 4 Varsity Shuflleboard FRANK G KATONA Franlue 215 Columbus Avenue A mechanuc rn the works Have car wrll travel always tlme for a Hello RONALD R KAWECKI on 367 Huntrngton Road Mad about cars unto the wrld blue yonder loves u good tume ANDREW R KAZA Andy 380 Swanson Avenue profuse th deeds neat appear ance photography Interests nm Cross Country 4 Scrence Club 4 FTA 4 Radro Club 4 Photog raphy Club 4 Track 4 L. s 14? 11 ?i2?w Gi7 gi? ,os ANN M KENTEE5 Anme 362 Rockwell Avenue Her guitar a pnze possessnon where there s fun there s Ann Inttle Mrss Energy mrschref maker A 3 4 Stage Crew Masquers 4 Gnrls leaders Club 2 Grrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Varrety Show 3 DAVID K KERSHAW Dave 479 Sherwood Place In school quret and sure outsade we we re not so sure fruendly and easygorng e world wlll go on but I wont rn terfere A Cappella Choir 3 Treasurer 4 Football 2 Student Councll 3 log Staff 4 Varnety Show 3 Stage Crew Assastant Manager 3 Home Room Treasurer 3 Hall Guard 2 ,push sf JOHN R KELKO Fabran 42 Wakelee Avenue A future on the sea to work rs to waste time I have a knack of domg what I ought not DAVID S KELLIE Dave 231 Reeds Lane He s got has head m the clouds lnterally a handsome shy and casual Was I late? ROBERT J KELLY "Bob" 468 Calnforma Street Throw the world over your shoul der for good luck cool, col Ieglate dresser Golf Team 3, Intramural Football 2, Sensor Councnl 4, Senex 4 DONALD l KEYSER Don 115 Wrllnam Street Hot rod fiend auto mechanics rate hugh with hum fun IS the food of lufe future plans are undecided ELAINE J KISH Elarne 475 Wllcoxson Avenue Be true to your word work and frrends her fingers fly across the piano keys continually struves for honor wrllnng to hep Band 2 3 Llbrarran 3 Student Councll 2 4 Ushers G :ld 3 4 Log Edrtorral Staff 4 Home Room Vlce Preslclent 3 Girls Sports Club 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Senex 4 CAROL A Kl.0BUKOWSKl "Klob" 2277 Barnum Avenue A sports fan wants to be a Physncal Ed teacher suncenty ns the root of all fruendshups a quiet gurl Grrls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 4 11 - 11 HR 11 ' 2 g 1 , ' ' ' , , . . . '. I F-N--2, 11 3i Q ' I n A 1 1 1 1 . , . Q3 , 1 1 1 wi Ira ' Cp fn. wa g their ' l:II', 2 - , 1 ,, , 4, , ,. H 9 t,,,e,,1 ,Nj ' :gy Ugsggfr' reg grew 'f A I I I ll ll 11 11 ft' 1 ' . ' 1 ' 1 5 1 - - 1 , , , -3 ll - . . . Superior men are modest rn words, ' 8 -v 1 l . . 11-I-h a 1 1 . A ' ' 3 - ll I h. ,fi N I 4, -r - , . A if 1- 2- , 1 . - ' . I 1. f f ' ' ' ' ' 'L 1 ' 1 I ' ' ' I Gi a ' 1 ,1 'I' 1 if.-I 'fi - fi 'llfllf' If? ' I ' .1 If ii ? ,lj L .1 N , gf z ,, . ,, 11 11 Q Jud l N . . l l ,,. 1 - l - fr - . . 1, to." ' 1 11 . 11 1 rr 11 , ' ' ' . , . . . V 1 - - I . ' . . . lad . . , 1 1 ' ' 1 1? s - -N . . . " " 1 1 ' U 1 1 'fffly 1 I Yue L, ' - ' . ' ' ig." s ' . :s 'vine Z I I I I -.22 Q 3 .. 'S ,Q ' 12 uf. -' '1 . , ' "7 I 6 DAVID A KORPONAI Wx Dave 184 Barnum Terrace Cao Calm an Casual he goes as he pleases and pleases as he goes gridiron prowess our AA President Football 1 2 3 Captain 4 Track 2 3 4- A.A. Delegate 3 President 4- Boys Sports Club 3 4- Intra- mural Sports 3 4' Nutmeg Boys State 3- Home Room Vice-President 3 President 4. MARJORIE Il. KORZON "Marge" 40 Wiebe Avenue Sweetness exemplified . . . a spar- kling smile and bubbling enthusiasm . . . one of our snappy twirlers. Sophomore Council 2, Dramateers 2, Twirlers 2, 3, 4, O.F.F. 4, Home Room Librarian 2, Senex 4. MADELINE A KMETZ Mattie 32 Bassick Court Responsible helpful pleasing a natural sweetness all her own OFF 4 Merchandising Club 4 GAII. M KOESTNER Gal 620 Huntington Road Worry and l have never met vacatuon is the best part of school pastimes are skating and swimming Girls Sports Club 3 4 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 KATHLEEN F KOMONDY Kathy 97 Drome Avenue Theres garety beneath her reserve worry never accomplished any thing even tempered OFF 4 JACOB R KOSKUBA CY 39 Elk Terrace Dad you soy you had an ad Sur? Has friends will never forget has wmmng ways Dont worry s I ll be ac AA Delegate 2 3 log Advertns :ng Manager 4 Home Room Vice President and Treasurer 2 WAlTEll F KOUNDRY Walt 60 Rockaway Avenue Takes life as it comes school as done alas Its safe to chew gum homework whats that? Track 2 3 4 Swimming 3 Cross Country 3 Audio Visual Aids 1 2 3 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 ANDREA M KOVALSKY Andy 150 Glenfield Avenue Charm and galetv pleasantly com bmed long may her hanr wave always dashing here and there bop enthusiast Variety Show 3 OFF 4 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Service Corps 3 14' 49" BARBARA l KKAFCHIK Laurie 72 Hawkins Street Composed manner excellent swimmer and diver likes those college boys nursing IS her chosen profession. F.N.A. 2 3 4- Girls Sports ub 2 4- Stage Crew 3 4- Variety Show 3. FRANCES E. KRHl.A "Fran" 106 Reitter Street Sings her cares away . . . finds pleasure in bowling , . . "Oh, nal" . . . an ambition to become a mu- sic teacher. Girls' Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 45 F.T.A. 43 Girls' Sports Club 4, Stage Crew 4. 'V J RONALD W KRIEDER on 65 Cornwall Street Hopeful plans for a successful fu ture outboard racing enthu slast earnest in all he does Boys Sports Club l 2 3 4 KENNETH P KRISHAK Ken 367 Mount Pleasant Avenue Doesnt say much but o s o fun when he gets started character twice his size f BEVERLY E KURIMSKY ev 281 Henry Avenue A smile on her face and many more in her heart interested in the business world full of loy OF F 4 Girls Sports Club 3 Steno Pool 4 Senex 4 WAYNE A laBORE Wayne l33 West Avenue Sometimes quiet sometimes not full of wut and willingness swimming enthusiast Swimming Team 'l 4 Bowling 4 lntramural Football 4 RICHARD J KRYZANSKI Rich 683 Canaan Road Baseball is fun but give me a gir a casual carefree man ner a real nice guy Baseball 2 3 4 Basketballl Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 RONALD A KRYZANSKI on 683 Canaan Road Girls are fun but give me base ba and to thunk theres a twvnl a man has to put his best foot forward in sports Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Basket ball 4 Baseball 3 4 JAMES F. KUDER im 99 Glenfield Avenue He walks the path of learning . . . fond of photography and coin co - lecting . . . "Food, food, where's the toad?" Photography Club 25 Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Chem- istry Club 4, Radio Club 45 Senex 45 National Honor Society 4. wav' .f it 32 :sf 8 filly -.Lf-I W' 'cu fs-:W ff? if? 'U I -4 I- : I0 vm 'S Z Q UI -1 o 2 gm e by ! -i, 1, sax' ro ui O - D : in G ua .. - m o - Personality personified talka than anyone? nursing is her chosen profession a mischief maker Ushers Guild 3 4 AA Vice Presl dent 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Vice President 2 President 4 ll brary Club 2 3 4 Vice President 3 President 4 Chemistry Club Sec retary 4 Home Room President 4 Band 2 Senex 4 THOMAS G lAPlN Tom 'I27 Marsh Way Today is the tomorrow we worried about yesterday hot rod happy propensity for auto mechanics JOAN R. laPOlNTE Joan l95 Park Street Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality . . . Sharpy . . . "Baaahl" . . . can't help being among friends. Dramateers 2, F.N.A. 2, 3, Treas- urer 4, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 41 Stage Crew 3, Masquers 4. NEIL I. LARSEN "Neil" 970 longbrook Avenue Never concentrate on anythlng too ong happy go lucky IS hls nature even tempered and hurrled IS has way Chefs Club 3 CHARLES R LASHER Chuck 802 Wllcoxson Avenue A perfect comblnatnon of scholar ship leadership and frlendshlp a handy mon to have around golf golf and more golf JV Basketball 2 3 Golf 2 3 Captam 4 AGERIE D LEAPHART Age II Underwood Court Artistry hugh on her lusts of achrevements loads of fun to be wlth an avld sports fan and avld partlcupator Glrls Sports Club 2 Llbrary Club 'NM Z1 N-11 1-"1 ELEANOR F. LESNICK "ElIie" I4 Sunnyside Terrace Belleves In concentrating all her attentnon on one sublect seldom educatnonal Dont hurry me lll get there Gurls Sports Club 2 3 4 FNA 4 library Club 2 GERALDINE M LESNICK Germ 320 Reed s Lane Cha cha charmmg fashionable beautuful hour afllce work for o career Jumor Councll 3 Senaor Councnl 4 Hn C s 4 Steno Pool 4 Home Room Vnce Presldent 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 3 STEPHEN C LIBA JR Steve B9 Brnghtwood Avenue Has mlld manner goes well with hus fruendly smrle a career an the field of science awaits ham well Informed f" 7 CHESTER A LEGENSKY Chet I22 Peace Street Better late than never a sm cere and loyal person a future In the servuce Cross Country 3 CHARLENE E LENOX Charlene 25 Burbank Dnve Eager to please cheerfulness grows from goodness and wnsdom TTTUSIC TTTUSIC YTIUSIC CVld sports fan destmed to reach her goal Band 2 3 4 TnM 3 4 Treasurer 4 National Honor Society 3 4 FTA 3 4 All State Bond 3 All State Orchestra 4 Senex 4 qw JM PATRICIA R LIBBEY o 1874 Barnum Avenue Always tame for a smlle hanr shmes luke her personoluty ood lastener better talker FTA 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Drama teers 2 Home Room Secretary A Cappella Cholr 4 Art Club Girls Sports Club 2 3 Senex 4 'i""'RY WILLIAM C IJPTAK I 2429 Broadbrldge Avenue Enthusuastlc gum chewer ance o fnend always a frnend all around nlce guy Peter Gunn cut JV Football 2 Intramural Foot ball 4 Intramural Basketball 3 Boys Sports Club 4 Vi. ELIZABETH A LOWE Carole 258 Sedgewrck Avenue Adds sparkle to every occaslon LENORE M LOCKSHIER ee 274 Soundvlew Avenue Artastuc In so many ways dark eyes brlght smlle enviable clothes pleasung a g rl everyone lvkes Art Club I Girls Sports Club 1 3 AA Alternate 4 Student Councll Chairman of Unnted Fund 4 Log Art Staff 4 Senex 4 Natnonal Hon or Society 4 F T A 4 JAMES R LOMBARD um H40 Chapel Street Has fathers best salesman ns specualty IS belng wltty lazzy dresser talkatlvelll SANDRA L LOUNSBURY Sandy 520 Kung Street Unllmrted Imagination the tool of the artist peppy cheerleader a pretty gurl IS lake a melody sweet ln every way Cheerleader 3 4 National Honor Society 3 Treasurer 4 Gurls Sports Clubl 2 Dramateers 2 Masquers 3 Editor of Log Art Staff 4 Home Room Vlce Presudent I 2 Senex 4 lukes people and people luke her rlght at home wrth a baton Library Club 2 Twlrlers 2 3 4 Home Room Treasurer 3 4 Hugh C s 4 Steno Pool 4 DAVID M LUCAS Dave 68 Goodwun Place Often seen seldom heard lnve today worry tomorrow enloys bowlnng fine trombomst Ban 234 FRANCES LYONS P-PPV 5 Basslck Court Quret but not unnotuced neat and petite cheerful and sweet Gurls Sports Club 2 3 Llbr y Club Secretary 2 Hn C s 4 ELIZABETH ANN MacKELLAR Betty 251 Booth Street A future aurlme hostess pert blonde everythmg ns sew sew school as long life IS short Red Cross 2 3 WILLIAM J MacWIlLIAMS Mac 'IB Mlddlebrook Road cars unpredcctable humor cars can tell you almost any thrng about CARSII 'Y he f CHARLES D MALLICO Charlle Edgewood Street Versatrltty at tts best Ipana smnle happy go lucky Wheres the homework? Track 2 3 4 Intramural Football 2 3 Varsity Football 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 AA Delegate 2 Al ternate 3 JANICE M MANENDE an 550 Robm Lane The charm of the at IS nn the actress wondermg green eyes bells on her toes cosmo polntan dresser Dramateers 2 Masquers 3 Omclal Hostess 4 Grrls Sports Club 3 4 UL H . . . H. H : I I Q 1 1 l . . . . ' - I . . ' 1 . , ' . . . . . , . , I 'f I I ur . . : , , - 1 . . , . i I : - 5 . . . . .1 ,lj I I I an H H 4 5 ' . HJ' H 7 i , l 'hr - f h' ' 3' - A s I I u A ' - ll ll ' ' ' . . . a - - - f , . . H , . H 1, . .... - ,, ,, ' ' ' - Cars . . . informal manner . . . if ' , : ' . . l , I . . . I I . T , i i : 1 - I 2 - ' ll 1 ll 1, 1, , h 5 los 5 ' .,,. .. . ' - - ' ' X R ' Y ,, , ,. I 1 lhtng, ' , , . , f : 1 f ,L : A I , ' I I I , V , A,, , V I I : , ' ' . , 2 - . , - - we , 1- 2 .M , Y, 7:23, . HJ H H H V V C . . ff- ' ul . Q ' ' ' , . . . 1 , d , , . . - . , . . ' 1 1 , . ROSEMARIE MANNER "Rose" 11 Wooster Avenue Fond of singing . . . a career in the business world is her goal . . . kind-hearted . . . a terrific sense of humor. Girls' Glee Club 4: Hi C's 47 Home Room Librarian 4. RONALD MANOS on 89 Mohawk Street Has the bell rung yet? serl ous undertone cars and sports are his passion dj ALFRED MARTIN RUDOLPH M. MARTAUS ,,RudY,, 159 Wooster Avenue Doesn't say anymore than is neces- sary . . . prefers to be a spectator . . . a steady worker. DORIS MARTENUK or 2943 Broadbrldge Avenue Srlence IS golden a more obllg mg person is rarely found sweet disposition Log Representative 2 Stage Crew 3 Girls Sports Club 4 FTA 4 National Honor Society 4 139 Old Town Drive Likes to work with wood plans to be a carpenter friendly and carefree a loyal friend Ford Awards Contest PATRICIA L MARIN a 300 Reed Street An everpresent sparkle in her eyes those delightful freckles across her nose a Pretty Ambitious Terrific mlssl Student Council 2 3 FTA 2 3 4 Log Staff Business Manager 4 Stu dent Council Alternate 4 Senex 4 National Honor Society 4 THOMAS A MARRANZINO Tom 20 Prospect Drive Mechamcally minded an asset to any group has a ready wit quiet but Football 2 170 Phillips Street Without a worry or care sn centy plus good math student enloys scouting AA Alternate 3 4 DONALD R MARTIN Don 10 Cornwall Street A sports enthusiast the Navy may be for hum easy going manner o person you can rely Intramural Baseball 2 Intramural Football 3 Intramural Basketball ROBERT J MARTIN Bo 95 Birch Street Enloys boating and swimming takes life easy an Interest automobiles Uh Huhl Swimming 2 'JF 4 ANITA R MARTINO Neet 648 Woodend Road A talented gal wnth femmme charms aplenty always on the go her ambltuons foretell a happy future A A Representative 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 OFF 4 Home Room Secretary 3 4 Senex 4 BARBARA E MASLAR Barb 128 Summer Street Beautnful black halr endowed wtth dark eyes personable and pretty Glrls Sports Club 2 FRANK J MASSO Squanto ' 333 Holllster Street Destmed for great thungs good follower a better leader good natured and qulck wltted nght at home on a diamond or a court Baseball I 2 3 Co Captcnn 4 Basketballl 2 3 Captam 4 Stu dent Council 1 2 Vlce Presldent 3 President 4 Home Room President KEITH A MCCONNEll Kelth 115 Lnghthouse Road Always punctual? no one walks faster always ranng to Swlmmmg 2 SUZANNE C McCORKlE ue 108 Hemlock Street Gentle eyes reflect a gentle heart soft spoken and sweet prepared for the busmess world Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Masquers 4 Student Council Alternate 2 Senex 4 DAVID C McCOY Coy 109 Homestead Avenue A capable leader dancer de uxe fruendly and easy going a go get her Football 2 Track 3 4 Swlmmlng 4 Student Councll 3 4 Class Pres: dent 2 Boys Sports Club 4 Home oom Vuce Presndent 4 GERALD E MATASAVAGE Jerry 80 Sharon Road As tall as they come a smrle that will cure any Ill A httle nonsense now and then IS relashed by the best of men LINCOLN H MAY mc 41 Burch Place Speed work and actnon brmg hum nearer to his goal humor and frnendlmess perfectly mlxed success or fallure depends on one thmg ambntlon Intramural Football 2 4- Intramural Basketball 3- log Sports Co-Editor 4- Senex 4- National Honor Society JUDITH A McDONAlD Judy 85 Overland Dnve A whirlpool of actuvnty capa ble leader attractnve er password us a smlle vlm vugor and vltallty Home Room Presldent 2 3 Class Secretary 2 3 4 Gnrls Sport Club 2 3 4 OFF 4 Vanety Show 3 Student Councul 2 3 4 CAROL M McLELI.AN Care 32 Hawluns Street Bnght brown locks belleves un enloymg lufe loves the US male Girls Sports Club 2- Library Club 2 3- Steno Pool 4' O.F.F. 4. gli 'hw GARY M McMAUGl'l Gar 71 Snllorslny Place Small nn stature artlstlc talents 'gr an easy gomg nature gets around EUGENE R MEDVECKY Gene 66 Clover Street Innate sense of humor base ball IS has game gurls are hrs sport a capable athlete Baslzetballl 2 Baseballl 2 3 4 ntramurals1 2 3 4 CAROL A MILEWSKI Shaggy 576 Kung Street A happy go lucky gal with not a care In the world school rs contimng never a dull moment library Club 2 Glrls Sports Club 2 ALFRED A MILLER Fred 96 Sultan Street A sports lover he IS bulldlng 'for the future Be reasonable lt my way JOYCE C MELNIK Joyce 134 North Main Street for neatness she can t be beat lukes the outdoors a flaur for fashion Ushers Gulld 3 4 Junior Council 3 Log Staff 4 Student Councrl 4 Home Room Treasurer 3 Gnrls Sports Club 3 4 Senex 4 Nataonal Honor Socnety 4 ROGER G MERTIN Rag 112 Laurel Street Man about town completely unassumnng engoys lrvmg no extra exertlon or hurrymg be tween classes Intramural Football 3 JANICE E METCALF an 488 Woodlawn Avenue Deeds are better than words ac tlons mlghtler than boasting sincere franlzness without a hunt of freshness Band 2 3 4 Science Club 2 3 4 Secretary 3 4 Tn M 3 4 Presldent 4 National Honor Socrety 3 4 De batmg Club 3 Dance Band 3 4 Student Council 3 Senex 4 CLARA M MILLER Claur 51 Burch Street Swummmg enthusrast a real contrlbutlon to the busmess world an expert on Ice s tmctly herself Band 2 4 Red Cross 2 HI Cs 4 DAVID L MILLER Poacher 219 Bush Court An honest man who says bu llttle one of the fellas re head SALLY J MILLER a 51 Drake Street Amongst a merry throng she us a leader life was not meant to have dull moments vlvacuous and full of conversatlon Glrls Sports Club 3 Girls Chorus 2 OFF 4 Variety Show 3 Dram ateers 2 Home Room Secretary 3 - 11 11 11 11 ' 1 . 1 1 1 . I ' 11 11 I 11 11 . . . . . ,, . . ,, 1 1 1 11 d I . - o - 11 1 I 1 1 1 F ' l 1 1 1 - 11 11 ' ll 'll Easy manner . . . soft voice . . . , 1 1 - , - - , . . . . . . dl- 1 1 1 . F F , ' I e s ' p 1 1 1 - 1 F 5 11 11 . ll ll ' ' . ' ...a d- ll Il 1 115,11 n 1 e 4 f A I 1 1 7 1 1 1 ' ' . - I 0 1 I 1 I - 1 1 , 5 - i , F 1 I ' I I 1 1 1 4, 1 1 STEPHEN A MILLER Flash 22 Lobdell Drive Life IS too short to be seruous Its In the book why bother why teachers get grey pokes galore Golf 3 4 lntramural Baseball 2 Intramural Football 3 AA Repre sentatlve 3 Alternate 4 .IV Swlm mmg 2 DAVID N MILLINGTON u 111 Rrvervlew Place Subtle sense of humor that appears when you least expect at never seems to have a care but never caught wuthaut the right answer yr' su A' THOMASINA D MORGAN Dottle 35 Underwood Court Punctualrty whats that? full of the lay of luvmg happy gal a very dependable friend Glrls Sports Club 2 Llbrary Club H C s JOYCE M MOSKWA Joyce 72 Balrd Court :ve Love and Learn? petste but loaded with energy a smile mtent for muschlef Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 Llbra y Club Treasurer 2 OFF Secretary 4 Home Room Treasurer 4 AA Alternate 3 Varlety Show 3 Dram ateers 2 Steno Pool 4 .fi NORMA E MISKIMEN Musk 87 Cupheag Crescent A wlnnmg smlle those 'freckles can t slt stall always questlomng love that walkll Grrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Lnbrary Cu 2 3 HI Cs Secretary 4 Dramateers 2 Girls Chorus 2 Home Room President 4 Log Rep resentatlve 3 Student Councll Al ternate 2 May Court 3 FRANKJ MONTAGUE JR Frank 55 Ednson Street Who knows what tomorrow may bnngl Romeo speed demon of the Housatonlc Student Councnl 2 3 Swimming 3 BERNARDINE V MONTEIRO Peaches 62 Evelyn Sreet Away wlth books we re here for un fun and mernment make her world go round Library Club 3. LARAINE A MOTT Mott 24 Short Beach Road Talkmg away a mule a minute perpetual motlon fun and frolnc Grrls Sports Club 3 4 Lrbrary Club 2 OFF 4 Variety Show 3 Senior Councxl 4 Red Cross Representatrve 3 4 Glrls Chorus 3 Steno Pool 4 CHARLES R MOTTRAM Charles 84 Sheppard Street A moth whlz knowledge comes but wlsdom lmgers his Marne Interest IS fishing PHYLLIS A MOYHER P Y 44 Pasadena Avenue A career In the business world IS her goal quuet for the first few seconds a contagious laugh that gathers 'Friends Stage Crew 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 3, 47 O.F.F. 45 Girls' Chorus 27 Va- riety Show 3. rang i WALTER M MURASKY Wally 796 Blrdseye Street Work is work and must be done but while I work I have my fun every burned book enlnghtens the world so WANITA MURASKY Strmgy 796 Blrdseye Street A collegiate lass with friends ga ore spontaneous smile 'full of spirit and spunk HI Cs 4 Dramateers 2 Band 2 A A Delegate 4 THOMAS G MURDOCK Murdock 22 Legion Avenue An active participant In sports an outgomg personality friendly and carefree Dont panic Band3 4 Football 3 4 Intramural Sports 2 3 4 Audio Visual Aids JANET P. MURPHY Murph 393 Knowlton Street Everywhere she goes sunshine 'fol- ows . . . leader of cheers . . . cute and petite . . . a spark of mischief under a placid exterior. Cheerleader 3 4- Student Council 4- National Honor Society 4- Girls Sports Club 2- Dramateers 2 Vice- President 2- F.N.A. 2- Variety Show 3- Home Room Vice-President 3 4. CECELIA A. MUSANTE ,ice eu 9 Stiles Street Enioys people . . . actively active . . . star reporter - Walter Winchell, watch outl Ushers' Guild 2, 3, 4, Junior Coun- cil 3, Masquers 3, Corresponding Secretary 4, Home Room President 3, Clarion Staff 3, First Page Editor 4, Variety Show 3, Senex 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4. MARLENE I. MYERS Mar 88 Hortense Street Always willing to be of help bowling is right up her alley a dental assistant IS her future Glrls Sports Clubl 2 3 4 Drama teers Head of Make up Crew 2 Junior Red Cross 3 Steno Pool 4 Library Clubl 2 3 4 PATRICIA F NAGEL o IBO Thornberg Street Sooo bright and attractive precnates a good goke i e able gal scores of shoes Grs Sports Cl b 2 3 4 Delegate 3 Student Council Alter nate 4 Log Staff 4 Variety Show 3 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 NANCY A NAGLE Nan 126 Holmes Street A pmt size package of personality poise and wit helps keep the Student Council running smoothly an abundance of nncetles Student Council Secretary 4 FTA 2 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Log Staff 3 4- Ushers Guild 2 3 4- Library Club 3 4- National Honor Society 3 4- Leaders Club 4. ANGELINA V. NAPLES Angie 30 Glenfield Avenue A number one sense of humor . . . a friend of the highest caliber . . . livin and lovin it . . . likes to be liked. Library 2- Dramateers 2- Masquers 3 Recording Secretary 4- Photog- raphy Club 2- Steno Pool 4- O.F.F. EDWARD F. NASH, JR. "Eddie" 179 McGrath Court "Let the world go by so long as l'm happy" . . . Who has red hair?I?I . . . Favorite question - "Did some- one mention pea soup?" 'vt-.v ROGER P NELSON Roger 55 Burbank Drive Knowledge as power a serious student throws fabulous par res mischief rn his eyes Science Club 2 Variety Show 3 Orchestra 2 3 Senex 4 EIJZABETH A NEMEC Betty 555 Light Street She and fun are the best of friends laughing eyes reveal a spark Img manner bundle of person aaty always stands by her friends Girls Sports Club 'l 2 3 Library Club 3 FTA 2 3 Bowling Team I 2 Home Room Treasurer 2 Vice President 3 4 Service Corps 2 3 Senex 4 DOLORES l NEMERGUT Dolor 320 Bayberry Lane As neat as she IS sweet wlllmg worker can take a loke as well as give one Grs Chorus 3 FNA 4 Girls Sports Club 4 A Cappella Choir 4 Stage Crew 4 RICHARD M. NAYLOR "Satch" I46 Wiebe Avenue "Be merry while you may" . . . spirited and likeable . . . a smile intent for mischief. PETER D NELSON Pete 291 Bndgevlew Place 5 Super salesman always a friendly Hello considerate first last and always malor In history WI DONAlD J. NEMERGUT ffnonu James Farm Road "Let pleasure take the place of work" . . . dependable but care- free . . . one of the guys. Football 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS .I NOEL P I 76 Burbank Drive Possesses qualities conducive t nursing year round sports en thuslast a charming nature leaves pleasant memories X -, W, 3 sv ag PRISCILLA J NOEL ns 76 Burbank Drive Her efficiency wall be useful in the business world a thoughtful a happy and gay Hu C s 4 VIRGINIA I. NOGIC VI rg l n I a 60 Peace Street Personality magnlfies slze spirited determination I dont care sunshine in her smile Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 OFF 4 JAY E NORCO Nork 986 Whlppoorwlll lane Mischief IS kung and I am his slave a smile for fellow man but two for every woman ALLEN C NORDE Smnley 128 Canaan Court Just call me Smuley career un the anr force ns for hum you dont want to you dont have MERRILY H NORELL Merrlly 158 Glenrldge Road Mernly she goes along un as the key to happnness flash mg eyes Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Drama teers 2 Hn C s 4 Library Club 4 WILLIAM J NORTHRUP Wally 528 Huntmgton Road A musncnan In every sense of the word a pensive man modest qulet a great person Band 2 Log Advertusmg Staff 4 Ws.,,, "wr bug, FRANCES A NUESE Fran 193 Glenfleld Avenue Sposms of zest and zeal neat and nlce wuth an elfish gran always has tame for a cheery greet mg and a friendly chat A Cappella 3 4 Stage Crew 0 F F 4 ALBERT H OAKLEY Oak 1636 South Avenue Laugh and the world wlll laugh along lute IS free so let s enloy sportsman never one to be overworkmg on homework Football 2 3 4 Swimming 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Intramural Baseball 2 Intramural Basketball 2 3 4 Home Room President 3 4 Student Council Alternate 3 MICHAEL A OBOYLE Mack 2930 Broadbrudge Avenue Hts lnsh charm wms hum friends has wat gauns hum henght Bored of Educatlon Football Manager 2 Intramural Baseball 2 Intramural Football 2 5 RUSSELL G NORTON Blssv 332 Canaan Road Always nn good splrlts cant keep o good man down ap plest on the football Held Football 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Home Room Vlce President 2 3 4 AA Representatlve 2 3 4 Lettermans Club 3 4 NANCY M NOVAK Nance 51 Hawluns Street Pleasant conversatlonallst boredom ln her presence a ent hes In gettmg thlngs done EDWARD M OCONNELL Rocco 85 Glenwood Avenue Athletncs make the man a goo muxer splrlted determmotuon a frlend has many 'fnends Whats llfe wnthout football? Varslty Football 2 3 Co Captom 4 Swlmmmg 2 3 Co Captom 4 Track 3 4 Baseball 2 Basketball 2 Intramural Baseball 2 4 tramural Basketball 2 3 4 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 LENORA J 0'KEEFE Lenora 1581 Stratford Avenue A happy nature ns a good asset thoughtful and senslble slncenty IS the root of all friend shlp FNA 2 4 Gnrls Sports Club 3 4 af' I0 Maple Street 43' "UQ N,-1 N-I DAVID E OLSEN Happy am I from cores I am ree all collegiate sports a crew cut to know hum is to like htm and everyone knows um Swimming Team 2 Intramural Foot ball 3 4 AA Delegate 2 4 Home Room Treasurer 4 LINDA M 0lSEN Linda 'IO Maple Street Intelligent leadership sparkling 'YN enloys sailing pleas ant and pleasing FNA 3 4 Treasurer 2 Student Council 2 3 Treasurer 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Senex 4 Ush ers Guild 2 4 Vice President 3 Leaders Club 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Log Staff 4 JACK J. OlEXOVlTCH "Jack" 326 Lordship Road "l love work, it fascinates me, I can sit and look at it for hours' . . . school is ten months too long . . . quite a guy. 1 KENNETH G OlEYAR Ken 1257 Nichols Avenue Not a worry not a care Blondes life IS to be enloyed likes many as ects of school life lunch assem blues and dismissal Brunettes Red heads BARBARA E OLSEN Barb 59 Parkway Drive A diligent worker perfection IS her middle name neat os a in a merry heart FTA 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Ushers Guild 2 3 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Log Staff 4 Senex 4 LINDA l. ORELUP "linda" 180 Island View Road Her creative mind makes pictures for her hand to draw . . . loves horses . . . if it's worth doing, do it well. VINCENT PAl.AClNO Vince 40 Karen Avenue Debating is his line future his tory teacher tropical fish a mind of his own Biology Club 2 3 Debating Club Jumor Council 3 Bowling Team 2 FTA 4 Log Representative 4 l.EO M PAlMER C eo 238 Huntington Road A ready friend whenever needed an all around good sport fun to know 'JO' wwf' 4' 1 QW iff 'T in VINCENT J PALUTIS Vinnie 465 Columbus Avenue Auto mechanics In his future real great guy cars are his hobby JOYCE A PAOLI Joyce 515 Chicadee Lane The warmth of genial courtesy the gentle mind by gentle deeds ns known a page out of Glamour a but of shyness Library 2 ,JR. . II' ll 1, H , . , P '- . - , gf A ', " . 41 I p...: . ,, H N ,tl H m l p . f , , -1 ...ll ll . , . I . I I I I . ,I I - "Dave" I : H- -H f "... ' ' - . . "l 1,1 I . . . - M -.f .,.a I - . ti .. ,: H- H , D 1 U H , f : lg. l ' , , , ' ' 1' .2 1 - - I - . . , , 1 , ' 7 Q . I I ., , , ,ti . , SHEILA G PAPP Shenla 694 Wllcoxson Avenue Has a way with a polntbrush and a halr brush wntty remarks for all occasrons Stage Crew 3 Dramateers 2 Art Club 4 Sensor Play 4 DEANNA L PARADY Dee 283 Edgewood Street Her smnle rs as bug as her heart expressive eyes a lover of fun a happy heart she s a merry one Dramateers 2 H C 4 urls Sports 2 SANDRA H PARAY Sandy 205 Wrklund Avenue Nursmg fascmates her a good loke IS apprecrated personable and petlte Well you know what I mean Grrls Sports Club 2 3 4 FNA 2 3 4 Stage Crew 4 EDWARD B PARKER a 559 Hawley Lane A congenial drlagent worker photography Interests htm everyone s friend MARY ANNE PASIEKA Mar 229 Plymouth Street Super actlve super attractrve never too busy to smrle snappy dresser effervescent Ushers Guild 3 4 AA 3 Secre tary 4 Natronal Honor Society 3 4 F TA 2 3 Vlce Presldent 4 Mosquers 3, Recordrng Secretary 4, Assistant Edutor of the Log 4, Garls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Sensor Councnl 4, Senex 4 4-4 JAMES H PEASLEY um 46 Vrctorra Lawn Let nothung come between me and my cor hrs wrt enlrvens every class a popular mechanic Swrmmmg 2 4 VIRGINIA M PENDER Ginny 288 Thompson Street Many frrends a future rn com merclal art a pleasant person a :ty lots of splrrt Drarnateers I Gurls Sports Club I 2 3 4 Art Club 3 JAMES E PENDERS rm 85 Marghenta Lawn Look wrse say nothrng and no one will know the dufference youth IS 'lull of sport soft spoken but get hum on a base ball Held .IV Basketball 2 Varsrty 3 4 Intramural Football 3, 4, AA Delegate 2, 3, 4, Varslty Baseball 2, 3, Co captain 4 BARBARA A PAVIA Pave 32 Legnon Avenue By her frrendlmess you shall know er a lrkeable leader speak wrth everyone about every thing AA Delegate 4 Grrls Sports Club 3 4 President 2 Library Club Pres :dent 2 Dramateers 2 Steno Poo O F F 4 Treasurer of Class 2 3 4 Senex 4 PAUL R PAWLOWSKI Janos 37 Hemlock Trarl Trumbull Our shuflleboard and tennis pro future archltect authoruty on model railroads Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Senex 4 19? E244-gf M11 gov' 'gf' q-.qv 11 11 11 - 11 ' V h 1 Ill - - as - 1 . . , , - . . 1 I I 1 1 I ' , . 1 1 I: . . 1 I 1 1 I 11 11 11 11 , i 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 I ' ' I . . . . , . I ' ' - 1 , - 1 , I s , G 1 , 1 1 1 - 1-1 , z 1, -,114 H I 11 We MMQTIQ ll II ' 111- 11 . . . H . 1 . H . . . H . D , Q . ' . , ll ' ll " . . . . ' I . l l . 1 1 1 - - - ' 1 1 I - 11 - 11 11 11 P l , , . . . I. ' ' ' . I , . . . 1 . 1 1 1 1 I - 11 11 111- 11 . . H . Q , ' . . . I I . . . . . 11 , . G . 1 1 - - 1 1 - I 1 . , . . . , 1 I 1 . . 1 1 5 IRENE M. PENNY "Irene" 69 Wilbrook Road Personable and friendly . . . secre- tarial work is for her . . . "Are you kidding?" . . . as bright as a shiny new "Penny." Girls' Sports 31 Steno Pool 4. LINDA G. PERRELLI 11lin11 325 Ocean Avenue Cute and vivacious . . . a person- ality all her own . . . Eating's a hobby, not a necessity. O.F.F. 47 Girls' Sports Club 35 Log Representative 35 Steno Pool 4. ANN PERRY Annie Il Bush Court The crystal clears on a nursing career friendly In a quiet way soft spoken , 1, +111 of W ' S' ,dai ALEXANDER P. PISKURA 209 Boston Avenue 'Q 1 -gl, A fellow of few words . . . likes taking it easy . . . outdoor enthu- siast . . , sailing ahead to the navy. JOSEPH J. PISTEY lljoell l4l College Street Tall and quiet . . . last to come, first to go . . . "Who me, late?" X it 1 MICHAEL A PITONIAK M Mnke 'VP' 252 Reed Street Footballs thus mans game cars and gurls his hobbles college awaits him JV Football 2 Boys Sports Cub Library Club 3 ALAN R PETERS A an 166 Ocean Avenue I dont let studies interfere with my educatlon biology addict a definite knack with animals quite a sportsman MICHAEL A PISANI Mike 25 Edison Street An Ivy Leaguer sports enthu slast a part of the collegiate crowd Basketball Manager 2 Intramural Basketball 3 4 Intramural Football SAMUEL R PIZZUTO Sammy 6'l General Street Growing IS his chief occupation al he does he does well can be counted on for fun A A Alternate 2 Baseball 2 3 Basketball 2 FRANK W POKRINCHAK Frank 3264 Brocldbrldge Avenue Fun to have In any group nothing disturbs or perturbs hum good company lovnal nature 3 4 Football 3 4 ' ,asa I" J' ll ' ll 11 - 11 I , 4 1 1 - 1 . . . . l I I . - - 1 ' ' 1 F 1 - ll I' ll Il ll 1 11 1 . . . ' ' ' ' ' , , . V - 11 . - I , . . . . . . ' . - - : 1 1 Vi ., A ' Y ll ' ll I . 11 11 , . . . - 3. -V W V, I . . . . . . ' . 'Q -- HZ-Vrf ' 7 ' ' ' - 3 4 , Q ' -S 1.54 7" 1 . A, .. 1-fe ff, 1 w ft,-' 1 fffr ' Q ? as-. ?ff,'f1 -it 1, -. ,v - if 5245 11 -' 1 ' - i . -,:.-'ff 4 ' '1 j?i?e,',1- HW! BARBARA K POPP Barb 113 Winter Street Never a harsh word for anyone she meets adversity with smile one of a kind? Not quite! Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Dramatic Club 2 OFF 4 AA Alternate 3 Art Club 3 4 IRENE M POPP Irene 113 Winter Street Congemal manner radiant smile masterful strokes of the brush a light heart lives long log Staff 4 Girls Sports Club 1 2 3 4 Art Club 3 4 Clarion 3 4 Junior Council 3 Home Room Press dent 1 Vice President 2 Treasurer 3 4 Senex 4 National Honor So clety 4 DENNIS l. PROUL Denny 438 King Street The deepest river flows with the smallest noise nonchalant the one behind the licorice stick looks toward college Ban 34 JOYCE E PUGLIO U9 78 White Street Her smiles show her happiness coquetttsh confidnng and coy dynamite comes nn small packages tooll O F F 4 Girls Sports Club 3 A A Delegate 3 Steno Pool 4 Y 5. ElEANOR POWELL E I0 75 Underwood Court A smile is worth a thousand words a genuine friend full of vitality will take up sociology Library Club 1 Girls Sports Club 1 ELIZABETH A. PREG Betty 91 Adams Street Sereneness about her . . . talks in a whisper . . . collecting rec- ords-her hobby . . . business- her career. O.F.F. 4- Steno Pool 4. PATRICIA A. PRIMAVERA 1, G ,I 145 Glenridge Road East Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm . . . companion of fun . . . sports minded . . . personality plus . . . "Wait for mel" Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 47 F.T.A. 3, 47 Dramateers 2p Log Stat? 4, fri: Z p A T' if- , , PLN 1 il HORACE G PUGLISI Butch 128 Ann Terrace A rare sense of humor our ping pong champ Dont get obnoxious Band 2 3 4 Audio Visual Aids 2 3 4 Vice President 3 President Track 3. ALLEN W. QUBECK i 65 Wainwright Place An independent man . . . plays in the band . . . ever ready . . . fishing and boating. Ban 2 3. WILLIAM J. QUBECK III "sau" 40 McNeil Terrace Quietness is an art in itself . . . a wonderful 'friend and a grand com- panion . . . quiet people may prove to be great friends. SAUNDRA M RACKIEWICZ Sandy 246 Park Street Muslc washes from the soul the dust of everyday llfe tenms and bowlmg for pastlmes guitar teacher m the future Tn M 3 4 JOYCE M RADEL Joyce 83 Henry Avenue Cheerful attatude towards lufe and people ladyluke charm mtent on becommg a legal secre tary Student Council Alternate 2 Glrls SportsClub2 3 4 T M3 4 Library Club 3 4 Girls Glee Club 3 A Cappella Chonr 4 Steno Pool 4 Clanon Staff 3 4 CF" PATRICIA A RANDAR a 48 Wnnter Street Always wnllmg to help a fanth ful fnend bowlmg IS her sport congemal FTA 3 4 Glrls Sports Club 4 Senex 4 CHARLES W REED JR Charlie 508 West Reltter Street Determnnatlon IS a defimte part of has character his hobbles fish mg and archery college bound .af WILLIAM R RAE I 553 Blrdseye Street School will go on he wont unter ere never says more than he has to an lnterest un archery LORRAINE F RAHGO l.orralne H56 Wells Place Slncenty IS her keynote mce ness above all er ways stately and statuesque FTA 2 3 Ushers Guild Gnrls Sports Club 2 ELLEN M RAMPER 82 l.mes Place Fnend of one and all pleasmg manner movnes bowlmg bad mmton nntends to become a beoutlclan RONALD I. REEKIE on 259 Reeds Lane Speech IS great but snlence IS greater blonde boy good nature brings many fnends trade school ln has future UNDA M RElllY nn 144 Kenwood Avenue Neatness personified damty and sweet femlmmty lovely to look at nicer to know secretanal work comes next OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 Home Room Secretary 2 3 4 Gsrls Sports Club MARGARET M RIBNICKY Marge 120 College Street Competence and eflicuency go hand m hand her nnterests are lh others thoughtful and consld erate Al 4OF 'J' PATRICIA RICCIO Hpmn 200 College Street From her pen -literary accomplish- ments . . . a SHARP dresser . . . mischief sporting a halo . . . col- legiate sophistication. Ushers' Guild 3, President 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Junior Council 35 Senior Council 45 A.A. Delegate 35 Clarion 3, 45 F.T.A. l, 2, 3, 45 Senex Vice-President 4. HARRIET ANN B RICHARDSON Harry 28 Lighthouse Avenue Happy always a modest si lent girl reading is o favorite pastime plans include business school Girls Sports Club 3 4 FREDERICK l'l RING The Great Philanderer 69 Cherry Street Life IS short there is no time to ret unruflled disposition ivy league dresser interested in meteorology Track 2 Intramural Football 2 Cross Country 2 4 AA Repre sentatlve 2 3 4 Junior Council 3 MARCEL M RINGAWA Kameha 196 Jackson Avenue A thinking man has a keen interest In Yogi and the South Pa Cl IC sharp dresser malor in medicine log Advertising Staff 4 Masquers JOSEPH D RIVNYAK oe 1220 Nichols Avenue A good nature will always win the heart a dependable worker and easy conversationalist TIIUSIOSTIC about mlneralogy Bowling Team 3 4 Log Stal? Home Room Vice President 2 3 Sophomore Class Representative Student Council 2 3 4 Senex ANITA l. RIZZO "Neets" 1317 South Avenue Cute and sincere . . . an eye for football players . . . every iob well done . . . well trained for a busi- DCSS COYBGY. Dramoteers 25 Girls' Sports Club 35 O.F.F. Treasurer 45 Senior Council 45 A,A. Alternate 2, 3, 45 Masquers 35 Student Council Alternate 2, 35 Senex 4. JOYCE J ROBERGE Joyce 59 Duke Drive Brevity IS the soul of wit gal in the red convertible loys horseback rldmg me? Student Council 2 3 O F F 4 Girls Sports Club 3 LIONEL C ROBERGE JR OO 105 Rosedale Terrace Carefree life is what you make it What time IS lt?' Transferred from Fairfield Prep Who RICHARD l'l ROBERTS Richie 221 California Street A cross country star smiles his merry way car minded freckles to laugh with Home Room President 2 3 4 Chefs Club 3 Cross Country 2 laRAYNE J ROGERS 99 560 Sedgewick Avenue Exuberant laugh laugh all the while a twinkling eye and a great bug smile unceasmg vigor Girls Sports Club 2 Library Club 2 A A Delegate 3 4 HI C s Treas urer 4 V vw' Us-,W 'Ii-5 ALDO J ROSSI T407 North Avenue A smlle for all mystlfylng shy ness good natured easy gonng disposition BETTY lOU M ROTTJER Betty l30 Bush Court Fun as her constant com anion wut is the salt of conversation Girls Sports Club 3 4 FNA 4 Log Staff 4 CHRISTIAN W RUOSS JR Chris 134 Ravencrest Drive A swift tracllman sailing sail mg over the bounding Maine musically inclined college bound Band 2 3 Track 2 4 Cross Coun 2 3 DIANA A. ROOMY Hour, 728 Sedgewiclx Avenue Knowledge to lznaw, ability to do, energy to accomplish . . . "roast bif, hahm and chiz" . . . well versed on many topics. Girls' Sports Club 45 F.T.A. 4. JOYCE LYNN ROSS OY 358 Windsor Avenue Her ponytail a prize possession a modern 'azz dancer laughing eyes quite a can tortronlst Variety Show 3 Art Club President PAUL J. SABO, JR. llpaulll 170 Glenfield Avenue Men should be merry . . . wants to be a practical engineer . . . he shoots people by taking their pic- ture. f 5, A Camera Club 2, 3, 4. CHARLES J SAlA Chas 175 London Terrace Allbnology is has molor mischief here is thy maker serves others af" Home Room Treasurer 3 4 THOMAS A SALERNO Tommy lb' 36 Sunflower Avenue Whats behind those eyes? car us a man s best friend ARTHUR R SALTHOUSE Artie 502 Grove Street 11 Hell never be lacking rn friends sometimes quiet sometimes not sturdy stately and strong EDWARD G SAMULEMAN Cool Ed I4 McKinley Avenue Lively wit and carefree manner plans a career in carpentry gurls and cars rate high with hum Football 2 Swimming 2 fr HJ 1, , I 1, H . . - . .I H ' 4 I . - "Al" ,, ' ,. . I . . . ' V I . D - .... a k 1, k l , H ' p ' . . . lug 5 quiet, until you get to know her 8 I 'Huff ' ' ' ' ' ' , 1 . . . 1 'X E. I fl - . f k "ag 1 A 3 . , . H - H - - V H H . .. .- Y 3 ' trY , , 4. T MAUREEN SANTEllA "wintry" 91 Roosevelt Street A lady with a mind of her own . . . makes and keeps friends with an easy going manner . . . an all around good "skate." Girls' Sports Club 3, 4i O.F.F. 4i Steno Pool 47 Service Corps 3. THOMAS J. SANTINO H-romn 100 Wilbrook Road There's more to living than is found in books . . girls- l'm here . . . love thy neighbor - especially if she's pretty. Golf Team 3- A.A. Delegate 2- Stu- dent Council Alternate 2 3- Junior Council Alternate 3. BARBARA A SAVKO Barb 1721 Broadbndge Avenue You re always glad to see Barb because shes always glad to see you active attractive sum mer means swimming and winter means skating FTA 2 Girls Sports Club 2 3 F N A 3 President 4 Log Staff 4 Home Room Treasurer 3 ,I 'ic S DENNIS l. SCHOR "Toots" 30 Pequonnock Circle Wit is the salt of conversation . . . energy and ability to accomplish . . . he'll make his mark in life. THERESA B. SCHORZ "Terri" 45 Bullard Court Freckled-faced and full of fun . . . contagious smile . . . o sew-it- yourself girl . . . a future nurse. Girls Sports Club 4- F.N.A. 4. JANICE D SCHWEITZER an 304 Brooklawn Road Adds sparkle to every occasion flashing dimples peaches an cream one smile invites other Steno Pool 4 OFF 4 AA Alter nate 3 4 Home Room Secretary 3 XY ji.- EDWIN F SCHEIBEI. Shorty 200 Wainwright Place Man of the Times headed straight for success one of those strong silent men I 239 Housatonnc Avenue He who thanks for himself IS a free man l mean Inf is a play not the length that counts but the performance Science Club 4 Chemistry Club 4 President 4 MARlEl.ENA T SEMBIANTE Mane 204 Wakelee Avenue The eyes have lt pint size pack age of dynamite a dainty miss flare for fashion HlCs4 Hank 190 Drome Avenue An answer for everything schools okay vacations super cuts up In class crazy about cars Football 2 Intramural Basket ball 4 fl ll I IIJ ll a a 1 I' . I e n . ' KL I ' . I l ' 'J ' , 5' . . . ' ' ' an- . - . 1 ' ' , , 4: M ' . 4' , I , .I ll .I ll X WILLIAM G. SCHlPUl. HENRY C. SEYMOUR HB-ur, 1, H A, ' 7 ' , .l.V. I ' .-of f" STANLEY J SHELOSKI Stan 137 Sunflower Avenue A tall nice guy a perfect gen tleman genius Incognito science and engineering Photography Club 2 Radio Club 3 MARY A SIBLEY Mary 45 Wamwrlght Place A voice as soft as a summer breeze vlvacnous charm liked all who know her plans to be a Math teacher Variety Show 3 Ushers Guild 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 PATRICIA F. SHARP "Patti" 105 Curtis Avenue Gentle eyes reflect a gentle heart always wearing a smile silent gal for the first few mo ments Stage Crew 3 A Cappella Choir 2 F N EILEEN T SHAW 45 Peck Street Amnabrlnty as her password gifted at gabbmg fond of bowlmg and dancing aspires to a career as a dnetnclan Girls Sports Club 3 4 Stage Crew EDWARD W SHEK 116 Cupheag Crescent Never an ull bred word sllence incorporated able athlete JV Baseball 2 3 Intramural Base ball 2 Intramural Football 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 3 new -I of -I 1 -fr 111 SONYA SIDORIAK "Sonnie" 525 Windsor Avenue Personality . . . Pep . . . Precision . . . her "sonnie" disposition is a constant companion an e thusiastlc participant In all school UCTIVITIGS Cheerleaders 3 Captain 4 Student Council 3 4 Social Chairman 4 FTA 2 3 4 Home Room Vice President 3 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 AA Council 2 Sophomore Council 2 Junior Council 3 CI'IARI.ES W SIENKIEWICZ Chuck 84 Goodwin Place Humor IS right up his alley easy golng and relaxed a rod enthusiast HOWARD S SILVERFARB Howie 274 Roger Drive The surest way not to fall is to be determined to succeed a future lawyer quiet but he gets the best out of life Band 2 3 4 Intramural Football 3 4 Senex 4 3 OUS DONALD l SIMPSON Don 32 Brenanr Terrace Talks only when he has something to say mild mannered capable co operative and courte ntramural Baseball 3 Science Club 2 Band 3 Intramural Football 4 ROGER W SIMPSON Rebel 100 McGrath Court Rebel with a cause humor and wit make Roger a hit who is friendly never lacks friends fun and laughter Boys Sports Club 3 4 Av . . . n- , . 1 ' 1 , . 1 1 1 . 3,41..A.3,4. ' ' ' ,, 1 1 L x , 1 . . 1 C, 1 . Vg My ,,I, , 11.11 11 11 V 'm I . , ' - 1 1 4. I Hsdu' II ' Il ' - . . . ' , gs-. . . . 1 ff, . . , 5 - . 1 1 1 . , 1 1 1 1 ,X 1' I - 'Li ' .1 1, ll II ' . ' -' ' ' 1 ' f .- 0' . . . ' - . . . . I 1 1 . . A 1 I . 1 ' . 1 ' I . '- I I - rr 1 1 . .,.u?,'.'L.f: 'if fu'-Q.: 1 , -. 1 , H ,ez ' ' it Ulm". ' I 1' .'-.rf-'79 I F I 1 'K'-1. . 9 , . 11 1, 1 11 11 . 1 X G . b w 11 11 . . . . . . . y ' l ' Q ' , 4 . . . he I. A A FREDERICK H SINGER Fred 303 Johnson Avenue Special hobby car engines ways around Life IS as merry as you make it airforce man LUVINA M SMALLWOOD Beany 30 Bates Street A capable student charming and graceful in every way lkes to dance and sung will be a fine nurse Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 Library Club 3 4 TrlM 3 Secretary 4 Senior Council 4 A Cappella Choir 3 4 FNA 4 Debating Club 4 Senex 4 5... WILLIAM J SMITH s 3060 Mam Street Enthusiastic advocate of sports and skilled in many of them golf and baseball quiet quieter quietest except in special company Baseball 2 3 4 Golf 2 3 ntra mural Basketball 2 3 4 lntra mural Baseball 2 FREDERICK D SODERQUIST Dave 79 Boswell Street A man among sportsmen swim mmg is his favorite pastime an agreeable and friendly fellow wlmmmg 2 3 4 BARBARA M SMEDLEY Barb 94 Drome Avenue Llve for today, tomorrow IS too for away takes life In stride a true friend to many with many true friends Photography Club 2 F N A 4 Stu dent Council Alternate 3 BRIAN P SMITH r 390 Mount Pleasant Avenue Of all sounds l think musnc the least disagreeable oppor tunity will knock at his door . . . changeable as the weather. Intramurals 3- F.T.A. 4- Senex Pres- ident 4- National Honor Society 4. CLAUDIA E. SMITH Smitty 'lOl Clinton Street Always has that carefree air . . . gentle in manner . . . good-natured smile . . . interested in hair dress- ing. Steno Pool 45 Girls' Sports Club 35 Library Club 45 Home Room Presi- dent 2. WILLIAM J SOLDI I 520 Prospect Drive A good laugh is worth a mllllon groans a center of fun gridiron standout liked by all Football 2 3 4 Track 2 4 tramural Basketball 2 3 4 Home Room Presndent 3 4 JOAN M SONTAG Joan 98 Clover Street Charmmgly and quietly she goes her way friendship IS the path of happiness. F.N.A. 2 3 4' Girls Sports Club JOHN G. SOPP Jack 67 Marsh Way A real mechanic . . . cares about cars . . . always ready to have a good time. JOHN S. SOTTOSANTI, JR. "John" 'I62 Pork Street Our own Benny Goodman hrs Interest hes un scrence member of our band college In his future Band 2 Science Club 3 Home Room Treasurer 3 JOHN P STAFFARONI Stalfy 424 Curtus Avenue Bug smrle bugger personality mrrth and fun come fast and fun ous life would be dull wrth out hum JOHN A STAVOlA Johnny 140 Honeyspot Road Calm sn every sltuatlon gemal gentleman loves a good tlme the restlessness of youth M eff NICHOLAS T STEIZ Nlck 97 Wnklund Avenue 72,7 Conversatlons punctuated with laughs to each of us he lends a smnle To worry ns to waste energy Boys Sports Club 3 4 WILLIAM S STEPHEN Wully 17 Fernwood Drlve Takes an Interest In mechanics here comes trouble? one of the gang sf you ever need a fnend call on Bull CARYL J. STIRK "Charlie" 245 Tavern Rock Road An unfallmg sense of humor makes fnends easlly hopes or a career In the medlcal fled Hn ya George Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 FNA JO ANN ST MARIE 850 Cutsprlng Road A smlle for everyone a 'frown for no one happmess ns a glft she IS lucky to have FRANK E STONE Sklp 213 Burbank Avenue Sknp and the Mmor Chords a true mathematician calculating and analyzmg fruendly smile Band 2 Science Club 4 Senex 4 Bowlmg Team 4 National Honor Society 4 JOHN K STONE JR Jack 294 Calrfornra Street Conservative ln dress and outlook prefers to llsten glves depth to the band satisfied with life Band 2 3 4 Bowling 3 4 PATRICIA M STORN a 1011 Success Avenue Her ways are those of pleasantness lovely on every way qualnty rather than quantlty that matters anon Stott 3 4 FNA 2 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Student Councrl 4 Alternate 2 Home Room Secretary 2 3 4 Servlce Corps 3 ,y ' ' I 11 - 11 I I . . ,. 2, 4. Q, l 4. , , 1 Il ll ' . ,,Jo,, . .n , , ,, . ,, ,, ,, ,, . . ,, Q - 1 . ' v I . I I : 11 - 11 ' ' ' , 11 11 ' , ' 4, ll . . 1 " ' 1' Q A 1 9 HP ,U ,. . ,, ' . . . ' . . . it is . . . ' ' CI ' , 1 . . . , 4g . . , - - 1 1 I 1 F 1 1 I . SHIRLEY A TAIT F Shir 'I40 Lighthouse Avenue A sweet old fashioned girl fine legal secretary in the malnng a happy heart as expressed in her smile Steno Pool 4 Service Corps 2 Home Room Treasurer 2 O F F 4 NANCY J. TAYLOR Nan 343 Allyndale Drive Still water runs deep . . . an air of mischief behind those freckles . . . her talents will be used in the business field. H' C s 4. KALMAN W. TENK, JR. "Tank" 817 Wilcoxson Avenue He gives his heart to many, but saves his love for his car . . . When's the next vacation? WILLIAM E STULTS Wally Il65 Salvua Street S, A leader nn the car craze e Q, mind the talent of an artist Billie lend me your comb Yeh man JUDITH A STUMPF Judy 426 Wilcoxson Avenue Will be seen in nurses white sparkle an her eyes easy to get along with blonde but not dumb NA 2 4 Dramateers 2 Girls ports Club 2 4 Senior Council 4 ROSE MARIE D TESTI 264 Sedgewick Avenue Fun as her best subgect Dont worry about lt better days are coming ln the swung of things lt s great to be alive H C s 4 JUDITH A THOMAS Judy bl Linton Street Nurses white in sight snappy SENIOR her many friends find her loyal smile intent for mischief Girls Sports Club 2 4 F N A Home Room Vice President 2 3 4 AA Alternate 4 xmiw. v FREDERICK W THOMPSON Fred I66 Broadmere Road The restlessness of youth om the navy see the world boats and planes GEORGE W. THOMPSON Pro 1457 Stratford Avenue That s right . . . model trains and automobiles . . . a camera bug . . . his interests tell of a successful future. Transferred from Pleasantville High School Pleasantville N. .l. for Senior Year. RICHARD W. THORPE "Dick" 65 Ulrich Road Tall . . . dark . . . and handsome . . . a hard working guy with his eye on the future . . . "long live the A 5 P." STEPHEN T THRUSH Steve 2219 Broadbrldge Avenue A coach s dream strong sllent type bu football and basket ball standout Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Football 4 AA Delegate 3 Boys Sports Club 2 3 4 Home Room Presldent 3 4 PATRICIA D TOLUBINSKI a 99 Grove Street Wlllowy blonde and graceful a sense of humor seasoned wath devlltry her future plans have been declded upon Hn C s 4 Red Cross 3 Gurls Sports Club 4 vi I4 -ar' tw-rf WALTER E TURNQUIST Wally 132 Whute Street Qunck to adapt humself to every svt uatuon unpreductable humor strong and sllent Vanety Show 3 Boys Sports Club MICHAEL M TUTUNJIAN Mlke 87 Yarwood Street A wonderful smger practice makes perfect a master of the accordnon aspnres to be a muslc teacher Bowling 4 A Cappella 3 4 iw, JANICE A TOMCZAK an 473 Laughlun Road Wnth a song un her heart flanr for words twlrl gurl laughs loudest conversatnonal Varuety Show 2 3 Student Councnl 2 Junuor Councul 3 AA Repre snatlve4 FTA 24 FNA 3 Twlrlers 2 3 4 Malorette 4 JOAN A TREDE Sugar 399 West Reltter Street One nch In 'friends IS poor In noth In sunny people make cloudy days seem short Ht C s 4 Library Club 3 MICHAEL L TURNER Make 21 Hull Court Resolved an actnve par ttcapant nn actlvltles good na ture an asset to a personallty Student Councnl 3 4 Debatmg Club STEPHEN .l TYRELL Steve 3 Hnckey Street A future Navy man on the hugh seas fun IS his best sublect bowling IS his sport dont know Boys Sports Club 3 ROLAND H UNGERER o l45 Brandon Avenue Muslc us the language of hu s u ternflc trumpet player keen awareness of mind promnsung future Concert Band 2 Sclence Club 3 President 4 Natlonal Honor So cnety 3 Vnce Presudent 4 Log Stat? 4 Debating Club 4 Senex 4 Chemistry Club 4 ARLENE A VISPONI 98 Jessue Avenue Endowed wlth beautuful eyes a brlght dxsposltlon and a sunny smule gust plann great countless frnends FNA 2 3 4 Glrls Servlce Corps 2 3 Gnrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Log Staff 4 Student Council Alternate 4 Home Room Presrdent 3 Senex if ROBERT A WALKER o 68 Mlddlebrook Road Not lnclmed to worry small un stature great un heart o rod advocate Let s go for a spun A A Delegate 3 Home Room Vlce President 4 Transferred from Mllford Jumor Year WILLIAM T WALKLEY "Bull" 131 Newton Street An expert on engmes loves fun and a good tnme easy go mg ways ROBERT VOLGMUTH Bo 491 Washington Parkway Football always In the swam football never one for overworknng on studles oot U Football 2 4 Swnmmang 3 4 DOROTHY M VOYNICK Dottle 32 Rose Street Has the knack of adapting herself to people Grm and loyal an her fnendshlps lovely to look delughtful to know FTA 2 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 3 Log Staff 4 Senex 4 PAUL R WAGNER Rlc 97 Ferndale Avenue Muslc In his blood e theatre ns has only love a Whatl me worry? krd a Volkswagon hls best friend Ban 234 BONNIE A WALLAT Bonnue 270 Park Street True to her work her word and her frlends llves for weekends I can reslst anythnng but temptation Glrls Sports Club 2 3 4 Lnbrary Club 2 Steno Pool 4 AA Alter nate 3 OFF 4 SANDRA A WASHBURN Sandne 168 Kenwood Avenue The world belongs to the energetic dashing blonde nursrng for her laughrng talknng full of funl Glrls Sports Club 2 4 CAROL A WASKO Wask 85 Ash Street A wlllmg worker a wonderful fnend these shell be to the very en Anythung I can do? Home Room Secretary 2 Sopho more Council 2 AA Representatrve 2 Alternate 3 Red Cross 2 Girls Sports Club 3 4 Service Corps 2 ROBERT A WEBER Von 36 Round Hull Road A lackadalslcal sort of guy never masses out on any fun What drd I do now?l JUNE E WELLS Junle 63 Bush Court Free and easy gal a helplng hand lots of artlstlc ablluty Stage Crew 3, Art Club 3, Lrbrary Club 2, 3, 4, Servnce Corps 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Girls' Sports Club 2, 3, 4, Steno Pool 4 79 II bil I . 11 . n , , ' U 1 . . Q I Q ll . . I , . b ll. - I . . , , . . . . pf V' ' ' ' ll I' ll . H . H Y , , ' . U ml . . . . . . .- . . . . , I . ' ' . . I ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , 3 5 A.A. F.N.A. 3, 4: Home Room Secretary Dehgme 2: FUNIAI 4. I , I - ll . ll V 1, - ku V in ' ' ' A . . . th d ' ,, . ,, . . H . . . d I I . I I . ' I 5 , 1 . 3, 4. 11B .bn 1' ' ' , Il 'll ' - ' . . . h t - . H . . . . . 5 ' . n - u l I . . I . ll .' ll . III .95 Sandy 1708 West Broad Street Muscc IS well sand to be the speech of angels free and snappy never unhappy a good sense of humor masters any sltuatlon Student Councll 2 Dramateers 2 Variety Show 2 3 Home Room Presldent 3 4 A Cappella Cholr Vnce President 3 Glrls Sports Club 2 Mosquers 3 4 Gnrls Chorus President 2 THURSTON B WHITE JR Toby 128 Laughlin Road East Stnke up the Band when at comes to cars the ablluty to make frsends easnly Band 2 JOAN E WIGGLESWORTH Wlssv 92 Shea Terrace lm not blushmg nts the reflec tlon from my halr a quiet per son us welcome everywhere those frecklesl FNA 2 4 Glrls Sports Club 2 Stage Crew 3 Varnety Show 3 Masquers 4 Log Representative 3 Girls' Chorus 2 NANCY A WERWIN Nan 31 Burch Street Is she so qulet and demure? lots of boating a welcome lmk nn any frlendshnp In every way a lady Glrls Sports Club 3 4 SALLY E WESTMAN a 28 Larkm Court Llve and llve and llve saves all her energy for sports un above all rs Sports Club 2 4 H C Treasurer 4 Stage Crew 3 FRED J WILLIAMS Freddie 240 Fnrst Avenue Dont hurry me Ill get there maybe llkes gurls In general Away wnth books we re here for 'fun GAIL E WILLIAMSON Gal 120 Pauline Street Charm attends her everywhere worry wart pizza and pooclles dance ballermo dance many friends around her FNA 2 3 4 Student Council 3 4 Log Staff 4 Glrls Sports Club 2 3 A Cappella Chour 3 Leaders Club 3 Home Room Vlce President x01 G7 DONALD W WILLIS Bu 81 Burch Street Near whenever needed eager to please anyone at anytime a real Buddy to all A IO Visual Ards 2 3 4 V Football Manager 2 Home Room Treasurer 2 Secretary 3 4 Mas quers 3 4 .lUDl'l'I'I A WILSON Judy 62 Phnlllps Street A casual mnss wnth an arr of so phustucatuon SHS s fashion plate usually found wlth a clrcle of friends AA Representatuve 3 4 FTA 3 4 Log Edutornal Stat? 4 Girls Sports Club 2 3 Home Room Sec retary 2 Chemnstry Club 4 Senex 4 Natuonal Honor Soclety 4 MARIANNE WILSON Bonnie 1400 Cutsprlng Road Loaded with energy a sports an sweet un every way on to collegel Glrls Sports Club 3 Girls Cholr Jumor Councnl 3 ll ll I 11 - 11 ' . . . 11 1 , I - . . 1 I 1 . . . 11 - - - ' ' ' I . . . ' 11 - 1 . . . 1 , 11 . 1 , . . x - n -lu 115 '11 . I . -msn ' . . . ' 'sl I I I . . . ' ' ' ' ' ' N . . . f ' . . - - - 1 1 1 1 - 1 Gi I ' 1 1 i 'S 7 ' , , 7 , 1 1 1 I ' , 3, 4. " 4-ffm? 1 SANDRA I.. WHITCHER K 1 'M ll ll I 11 d11 . . . 1 . , , . . . J' 'X . ' 1 . 1 I ' . . l 6 I. 11 11 ' 1 1 ud' - ' ' , , f J. . 1 1 5 I f 1 1 1 - . - . . . 1 I . 1 ' ' 1 1 1 11 11 . , . 11 n Q, ' ' ' . Y . . . , . H I H D L. h . . .- . . . H I- q . , ' ,' ' ' . . ' , 1 . . . , , ' A 1 . I . , 1 1 . I , . 1 1 1 . 11 . 11 , I 11 - 11 11 1 . . 1 I - I . . . ,, . I . . ' ' . A . , . , . . . . , , U , I 2: 1 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 SUSAN E. WILSON nsuen 39 Barrows Street As friendly as the day is long . . snappy cheerleader . . . blushes easily . , . the nicest to know. Cheerleader 3, 47 Library Club 2, Girls' Sports Club 25 F.T.A. 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3. WILLIAM R WINKLER I 92 Beers Place Our weatherman or is It m te orologust? star gazer literally science a second nature ANNE M WISCHAN Scotty 255 Hollywood Avenue Generally speakmg she IS gener ally speaking flair for fun mce to have around she who is friendly never lacks friends Girls Sports Club 2 Ushers Guild 2 3 4 Debating Club 3 Corres pondlng Secretary 4 Variety Show 3 Accompamst for Girls Chorus 3 4 TrnM4 1 41 llsle JOSEPH R WISE Haircut I5 Grove Street Ready to tackle anything cars and sports above all That s the breaks Varsity Football 2 3 4 Intramural NOEL R WRIGHT Noe 162 Sheppard Street KATHLEEN A. WOLF "Kathy" 30 Overland Drive Cameo complexion . . . will make a lovely secretary . . . gentle eyes reflect a gentle heart. O.F.F. 4. NANCY A WOLFF Nancy 44 Sharon Road Shes full of fun and mischief too a strlkel a real contnbu tion to the business world vugoratmg personality Girls Sports Club 2 3 4 OFF 4 Steno Pool 4 JOAN WOODFORD Joanne T319 Broadbndge Avenue Her future has been decided hopes to be a bright star In e secretarial world Its not he pencil thats dull its the paper that needs sharpemngl Be happY while you live for you shall be dead a long time 11 11 118.H11 , , . . - -- ,,. Sf, up ' '- . ..'c11 11 - 6 ' ' ,,,in. . I . T l I . 1 1 : - - - I . 11 11 PM If ll ' ll I . 'Q - - - . ef -FQ - - th 7 . ' ' . , . , 1 1. 2 .1 - ,V c ', H 2 . I . . , - 1 J '- . ' 1 11 . 11 ' 41 IH ' 11 11 - . , A XY I gl . . . ,, . . - ,Y 11 1 11 H -I ' l . . . CI ' I' ' ' 7 I spirited merry-maker . . . fond of f . Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boys Sports food ' . ' Hyou wanna ben" . 'rl ' ' ' iibv- ' ' ' Qu . 1 , Y, T s k . 'K be W., K 1 - 11 11 I ll ll 1 itl . . . . . . " k ' . - 11 I , : 1 ' ' . . . ' 1 f ' 1 2 . . 1 5 . . . 5 2. ,isis 'll hd' Q Club 2 3 4 Home Room President 2 Varsity Lettermen 4 CAROL M WOIKNORIS Carol 490 Second Hill Lane If at first you dont succeed forget one to have fun As me something easy Dramateers 2 Stage Crew 3 Girls Sports Club 2 3 Library Club 3 4 Steno Pool 4 O F F 4 Girls Chorus CHARLES W WYLER Chaz 204 Lordship Road Quiet mannered boys will be boys passion for boats and the water 14 QQ YQ WWE-QTY' 7' 1.1 W ,J to ip' Shar W? 'iff NORMAN L ZACHLOD ac 213 Bedford Court Black halr destlned for an ex catmg future those sharp clothes mce to talk wnh RUSSELL ZAMOIDA Russ 7 Elm Terrace Luve and let lnve takes ut slow and easy great sense of hu Ynol' PETER J YAKOUBIAN Pete 2100 Broadbrldge Avenue Happiness knows no bounds sax speaks at has maglc touch a sunny nature us a constant 'oy engoys lnfe Track 2 4 Student Council 2 3 Photography Club 2 Cross Coun 2 3 ROBERT F YOUNG Bo 156 Booth Street Serious exterior hudden humor he plays the faurway fore! Golf Team 3 4 Student Council 3 ROBERT J YURCH Bo Bo 146 Warwnck Avenue who laughs last laughs last manages our basketball team easy golng attntude on life sports lover very good lookmg Basketball 3 Manager 2 Audio Vusual Andes 2 3 4 Student Coun cll Alternate 3 Boys Sports Club 3 CAROL A ZENHYE Carol 30 Fanrlea Avenue Dancing ns expression and l luke to express myself large large eyes an attractwe gurl Girls Sports Club 2 3 FT A GARY W IUKE Gary 61 Arrowhead Place The truth shall make you free has scholarly ways Insure a successful future enloys bunld mg models plans to malor un math Science Club 4 Sophomore Councll 2 Senex 4 National Honor Society UGO F ZULLO Butch 297 Ferndale Avenue Dark wavy haur believes m enloymg lufe at hus ease loves sports college bound Boys Sports club 3 AA Repre sentatlve 2 Photography 2 if 'ti 351851 5 if WILLIAM M IUSCIN Zusk 1615 Nlchols Avenue -1' Qulet IS hus dusposutlon fnendly are hls ways lmmeasurable muschlef HAROLD GIBBS Butch 6 Barnum Terrace x Fnts unto any crowd hrs future 4' holds much subtly humorous 1 sulence IS golden takes hfe as nt comes , ,qi ' ' A I ll ll 1 ll ll 5 . - ,, . . . . 1 -" 11 . . . 1 I . ' ' ' ' a . . . . 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 , i - ' , 1 . . . 3. trY 1 1 4. 11 11 " b" 11 11 , I . ' . 2 . 3 - 1 1 1 X 3 4. A A- x YXK I .1 ' tg. ' -- A . 1-11143113 . n - n , A f,.j,v1 .- 3 ' llHe I ll Il ll ' , . . . A 1 1 1 . . . . 1 V l , I-21' A , . ., et I 1 1 - ' 1 - . - , 1 1 1 - 1 . I 2, , 4. t M K I, ...s 1' 1 H ' 1 u 111 11 X A 4 11 11 , , A A - L . . . . . . I . " 11,'A -1 ' . Q Q . A A A N 1 M: Y' fi. l ' l I 11 11 11 11 , , 1 1 6 3 E 1. D 1 . . . 2 1 c 1 C2 The Senior officers and advlsers dlsplay our banner OUR SENIOR YEAR at Stratford Hugh School has come to a close and now we are experuencang both sad and exultant feelnngs We are sad to lose the close contact wnth the teachers who gave us new ndeas and the fnends who shared our many adventures but we are happy that we have come to the threshold of a new part of lnfe Under the guldlng prnnclple of our motto To the greater glory of God we have experienced a year of active development in attitudes whlch will remaln wlth us for many years All the luvnng and learmng we have experlenced through our everyday actuvnty has bunlt the foundatuon upon whnch we wnll acquure a deeper oppreclatlon and under standing of our world Now the three R s have taken on the new meanings of respect responsrbtllty and socual relatronshrp We are proud of this development and wull always associate nt wuth the fond memornes of many happy hours at Stratford Hugh School 83 I I . . . . H H r I ' ll 1 11 ' - 1 , . 'U JUNIORS C? if 2: 1 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Dave Venables Vice President Bruce Murray Treasurer Kathi Musante Secretary Barbara Rossi ADVISER Mr Watt As the carved wooden spoon is placed in the hands of the Junior Class President our Graduating Class awards to the Juniors the maternal symbol of membership in the Senior Class With this presentation we assign our Semor privileges honors activities enthusiasms and responsibilities to the competent class with whom we have spent our Semor Year This will be the last time the traditional spoon will be presented to an entire Junior class of Stratford for in September there will be two senior high schools in our town These Juniors who have been officially initiated as Seniors will be divided between the two schools We as the last Senior Class to embark from a single high school have had the opportunity to supply the extra guidance and spirit that these new Seniors needed to make each Senior Class a spirited and efficient one. If present efforts are any indication of the future we Seniors believe that we have accomplished our task and have left our duties to an enthusiastic class- a class that possesses the initiative determination patience and spirit from which two successful Senior Classes will arise- a class that is slated for strong rewarding Senior leaders and followers . . . 'I96 ! ll a a o on 606 f' ar' JUNIOR COUNCIL The Frank Scot? Bunnell Senior High School Junior curriculum help form .11 i , 4 if f li . ., . "'f Don't plead the fifth! Answer the question!" Miss Paris teaches the universal iunior course-U.S. History. ' 0 I. ' 'r ' '15 -' f . "ffm 9-. . hY'J . ' HOMEROOM 125 36 OFFICERS: President, Robert Haverlg Vice-President, Carolyn Hodgkinsg Secretary, Madeline Hudakg Treus urer Paul Esposito- ADVISER' Mrs Preston the foundation for future success x.,m7a ,pf ui? C in 4 1 'xii . Ad' ,.,yvf,K'A.Lq5 v, HOMEROOM 126 OFFICERS: Presidenf, Lois Levyg Vice-President, Pamela LaVis1a5 Secretary, Margaret lupariellog Treasurer, Constance Hamburgg ADVISER: Mrs, Raymond. 's-4, x, N- HOMEROOM CAFE OFFICERS: President, David lpacsg Vice-Presidenf, Carol Lindroosp Secretary, Carol Kuchtag Treasurer, Nora Chagnong ADVISER: Mrs. McCormick. J ffl Knowledge encourages o mature mincl ' "er1'-W I . 'F' 1 .-e.. W, ,.-dw, -my 'Q K lLh.,.-all .94 HOMEROOM 233 OFFICERS: President, Gerald Wrightg Vice-Presidenr, Lindo Zuvodjoncikg Secrelary, Sally Murphyg Treasurer June! Sollisg ADVISER: Mrs. Spencer. ug Anil ,ans Qs' V... h ki ,K . 'oi . I -8 K. A I- fx, ' ' 5 n eq ,Ulf Inq II HOMEROOM 234 OFFICERS Presndenr John Brockway Vice Presldenf Dove Venables Secretory .leon Clark Treasurer Dommuck Cusero ADVISER Mrs Fern 4, for a changing world as NK 2 i F lf Y 1 L I U46 -Qu HOMEROOM 232 OFFICERS: President, David Shuchalg ViceAPresident, Emma Priestleyp Secretary, Carolyn Podufalyg Treus urer, Doris Raihjeusg ADVISER: Mrs. Sherry. Carol Baclawski and Gene Gould help pu? up a Clarion bulletin board. X Through the beneficial influence 3' , , ,. .t gl , ff ,fi ' , -:TQ - H ' , Q r Y f ., 5- F' If t , M5 .z l ' . i- fi' ' K 4, Ygfgilw 5' 4 K 235 .- ff 1 .i if r , V ' ' ggi' tw.e,,,, f ,A.,..,.,,,.. V -ff ish 5, Q - gl, -eg -r Mrs. Bodncr illustrates a few r x pointers in stage direction. ff 'f 5 "- 1 fy ' gi 5- HOMEROOM 205 OFFICERS: President, William Lightfoot, Vice-President, Dwight Johnsong Secretary, Priscilla Bonneyg Treas- urer, Patricia Kellieg ADVISER: Mr. Fitzsimmons, of example comes learning 1 AN. A sf- - 4,, 1 fi ' l '23 li El' HOMEROOM A-8 OFFICERS: President, William Eatang Vice-President, Joyce Coutanig Secrefary, Elaine Bugip Treasurer, Paul Dle1zgADVlSER: Mr. Furman. Cin an , Lff rxji' .. JWUQCUQCN CT E0 , X s ff I ,. 'Q . HOMEROOM AUDITORIUM OFFICERS: President, Richard Beachg Vice-President, Pat Bakerg Secretary, Laura Andrewsg Treasurer, Linda Balcerg ADVISER: Mr. Sarris. " u 1 s The class ring . . . qs HOMEROOM 229 OFFICERS: President, Clifton Robinson: Vice-President, Robert Lazarop Secretary, Bonnie Schaabg Treasurer, Russell Rayg ADVISER: Mrs. June. Jr 1, wr' '4' HOMEROOM 231 .-'W 6-Ltr 3... OFFICERS: President, John Alesevichg Vice-President, David Geerp Secretary, Mary Suttony Treasurer, Jeanne Terrellg ADVISER: Mrs. Olha. material symbol of a united class i"!Q"w' TA 1 HOMEROOM 127 OFFICERS: Presidenl, Barbara Gumang Vice-President, William Charneyp Secrelary, Diana Galellog ADVISER Mr. lankowslci. 9 QP il ,J 1 HOMEROOM 230 OFFICERS: President, Tom Dalfong Vice-President, Mattie Borberg Secretary, Carol Smithg Treasurer, louis Bonaparfeg ADVISER: Mr. Glover. Personal growth comes through ff 5.1: u"""n. "Football Froli-t" . , , fun for all. 'xx LN .Lf HOMERGOM 133 OFFICERS: Presidenl, Jane? Linleyg Vice-Presidenf, Andrew Kaminskig Secrelary, Jacquelyn Mizog Treasurer Edward Laskeyl ADVISER' Mr Manchester participation in class activities 1 ,f f HOMEROOM 135 OFFICERS: President, Richard Baldwin, Vice'Presldent, .loan Casellig Secretary, Patricia Reilly, Treasurer, John Tarantino, ADVISER: Mrs. Park. ne- .-'j A U "' .,, ,, 5,,l .aaa .5 I1 1' E HOMEROOM 128 faq' 'rf-R it .5,. fx TS' 'bwl ' OFFICERS: President, Carol Gabor, Vice-President, William Farrell, Secretary, Carol Davenport, Treasurer Jean Brotherson, ADVISER: Mr. Gross. Juniors learn the formula for tomorrow through the careful study of the pa t rn..- a""H 4 HOMEROOM 227 OFFICERS: President, Bruce Murrayg Vice-President, Jean Pallockg Secretary, Peter Perssong Treasurer Matthew Pisanig ADVISER: Mr, Maynard. ill 26- r,4,.,'r Q : 4 x gal. W I 1. e..f- M J' HOMEROOM 225 OFFICERS: President, Ronald Fiorellay Vice-President, Sharon MacFaddeng Secretary, Bonnie Linettp Treas- urer, Carol Mitolag ADVISER: Miss Charter, K : P I 'BF 97 Fulfilling the dreams of youth SOPHOMORES Maturing leaders in class ac- tivities . . . pins . . . sophomore dance . . . they've caught the S.H.S. spirit! OFFICERS President William Jackson Vice-Pres. Carol Lee Hunter Secretary Nancy Bernard Treasurer ADVISER Dorothy Cullen Mr Benson ln Joo Halls' Judy C rpe ter d S e McCrocke es o o ass t the Moy Quee C 9 -- SOPHOMORE OFFICERS in SOPHOMORE COUNCIL I , r I 21 0 4 ' . I N . V' I , A x- 1? 1 , Q I 5 I X- mad? Q .5 z -' A 1 1 ' J' Ati' ' ,Jai F I' Q MW , . 5 , W 1 ph! n rom, a n , an u n . 5 98 repr ent the 5 ph more cl a n rownin . ,Ni LX .4 1 m- , , ,Cl forming new Ideas and Ideals. FRESHMEN Under S.H.S. influence . . . new teachers . . . new activ- ities . . . new friends . . . the beginning of a new phase in our education. CFFICERS President Marc Venables Vice-Pres. Sandra Shiroky Secretary Claudia Hendrix Treasurer Joyce Piccard ADVISER Mr. Kekacs ilege, noi a duiy. ,r fi, Freshman's Code: To siudy is a prlv Underclassmen get pleniy of ia mins for vim, vigor a d Ha fy 0ur Student Council- Student Council Officers: President, Frank Massog Vice-President, David Geerg Treasurer, Linda Olsen, Secretary, Nancy Nagel. "Squanto" calls a meeting to order. Sound and responsible leadership . . . nucleus of school activities and spirit . . . assemblies . . . Christmas formal . . . promoting good will through beneficial projects . . . Torch drive . . . annual buffet . . . developing future lead- ers . . . parliamentary procedures . . . nominations, peti- tions, and campaigns . . . the force uniting our split ses- sions. ADVISER: Mr. Olha. ri- 'il' ,x -., .- 'Y L, too l l, . .Ax iff L Stratford High Student Council i959-i960, self-government in action. Gail, Linda, arrangemenls and Mr. Olha check last minufe for the Chrisimas buffet. -o l .1- ". . . and please remain standing for the Star Spangled Banner." Xs4, Chrislmas happiness ai the Formal, courtesy of the Siudenf Council. L'dEhr'1r-r-'n- 0 Q 0 HCTIVITIES .wx iv' I . Q xg.- . . uiinswi.. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY For recognition of character, scholarship, leadership, and service . . . cookie sales to raise scholarship money . . . working to make high scholarship recognized as an achievement . . . a N.H.S. plaque for lhe new high school . . . more than an honor- a ready and willing service. OFFICERS: President, Roger Coutanig Vice-President, Roland Ungerer, Treasurer, Sandra Lounsbury, Secretary, Mary-Jo DelVecchiog ADVISER5 Miss Carter. if ,J Members adm fled 1 December 1959 "Senex" . . . the award for a success- ful scholastic year . . . candy counter at the basketball games . . . finale- a picnic and banquet . . . furnishing awards in June for worthy seniors . . . aims to promote senior scholarship. OF- FICERS: President, Brian Smithg Vice- President, Patricia Ricciop Secretary, Lynne Elliotp Treasurer, Penny Jaekleg ADVISER: Mr. Tuller. Inclispensable service .-sw' ' 'i- .Q-5 AJ Y igne- au... -ui OFFICERS Presldenf Pufrlcla Rrccuo VrcePresrden1 Jane! Solhs Secreiary Eleanor Dixon Treasurer Bonnie Butler ADVISER Mrs Olha USHERS GUILD Scholarship personality responsubrllty, and leaclershrp are necessary QUCIIIIICCIIOFIS keeping arsles clear ushering at open house, formals and plays the Darsy Cham forty one parrs of red sneakers new black sklrts usher the symbol of cheerfulness and helpfulness rn school actrvmes j in '1- Mrs Olha and her ushers are cough? In o happy moment '51 UN iQ ' we Darsy Cham a bug even? Ihe llfe of an usher to our school OFFICERS President Phyllis Langston Vlce President Emma Bonaparte Secre 0 tary Mary Ann Bradsnyder Treasurer Eleanor Powell ADVISER Mrs Waters LIBRARY An essenhal and to the lubrarnan and the school opportunity to become ocquamted wlth books learnlng the Dewey Decumal System orgamzmg those stacks and stacks of references and novels hardworking pleasant and competent members keeping our lnbrary running smoothly mem bers of Nutmeg 020 the annual buffet not nearly so quiet as the rest of the year y--.. ri QN .l P.M. 5. OFFICERS President Judy Harrington V1cePresldent Judy Flgal Secretary Stephanie Zlslc Treasurer Barbara Don, ADVISER Miss Stork Q fl.. , . 'lakh G A- .W W Q r'- . y, - yr F loft . W .f ll F ' n.,,, V' "" W' n 1 1 1 5 M - -- . I .W 5 . J ,WW . l . . . me F X W ft I 'Q 0 A.: ,. ' I b t n- , N S u , ge -6 . is R R F 1 3 'ff W ' ' 5-1 rv F 1 5 c E E n - 1 i , 441 R r . s R X E is ,, , N .c fc f I 'ld' 3 " ' A 5 I 1 I . I I ' 1 I 1 I 1 DEBATING CLUB we ,Q ight OFFICERS President Lutz Berliner Vnce President Roger Coutant Correspondmg Secretary Anne Wlschan Recording Secretary Mary Jo DelVecchlo Treasurer Paul Hronlack ADVISER Mr Ross Resolved that the federal government should substantially I rease nts regulation of Labor umons Thursday eve mng arguments So what does the ludge know about ant: trust laws?" Chrustmas buftet food toys and poetry mterschool debates achve ln college tournaments at ,I 3' Jett U Conn N Y U Trumty, and WIllIQmS National Forensic League membership to fill Dld you say flve people are g ttnng unto Mr Ross s car?" 1 'Y WP qv' ...- Boys what are you debating? Mr Rosss Resolution There will be no debating about It elther we take my car or we walk' 108 And on February 2 the groundhog pokes has head obo e the ground Composed of Chemistry Blology Radlo and Photography Clubs students unterested ln modern scnentlflc develop SCIENCE CLUB I-1 ments U B night school field trips to local nndustrnes where else can you get a coke for a nickel? OFFICERS President Roland Ungerer Vuce Presldent Lutz Berkner Sec retary Jamce Metcalf Treasurer Potncna Hewey ADVISERS Sclence Club Mr Blake Chemistry Club Mr Gross Photography Club Mr Goldshmldt Raduo Club Mr Thompson Buology Club Mr Locke Uwe Johnke Gnd: experimentation ca b fun Q pq 'X dia 731 Expressing ourselves through dramatics and art ill 'EVN .IXXV ART CLUB Artistic talents and interests developed . . . discovery of new ideas and art tech- niques . . . the Guggenheim Museum of Modern Art - a study in unusual architecture . . . stencils, blocks, enamels, paints . . . "That wasn't scrap paper, that was my sketch!" OFFICERS: President, Joy Lynn Ross, Vice-President, Sheila Papp, Secretary, Maureen Fesh, Treasurer, Connie Hamburg, ADVISER: Miss Hogan. .....lY, I ,-fl? scbi, . Which play are we doing? . . . hope to follow in Masquers' footsteps . . . shall we see a New York play? . . . "Off-broadway is for me" . . . who knows - we may discover an actor in our midst. OFFICERS: President, Carol Lee Hunter, Vice-President, Joyce Picard, Secretary, Arlene Rohel, Treasurer, Lillian Zysk, ADVISER: Mr. Aniiras. Strike up the BAND! Back row: Barbara Wilkens, Judith Carpenter, Carol Lee Hunter, and Donna Jerdo. Third row: Joyce Coutont, Bonnie Linett, Denise Frost, and Priscilla Brown. Second row: Mariorie Korzon, Carol Lowe, and Janice Tomczak. Front: Mary Adams, Captain. A ,. ,Q AH. M... Arousmg school spmt duspensable at football games and pep assemblles All State members musuc meets wuth other schools Memorial Day Parade Look out, you re ou of stepl' annual concerts one of the most actrve or gamzatuons of the school is -5 DIRECTOR: Mr, Furman 4 Old seniors never due they lust sound that way 'x .UQ ' .f K 4.- OFFICERS: Treasurer, Paul Wagner, President, Al Chiarenzelli, Vice-Presi- dent, William Lynch, Secretary, Jerry Giblin Cmissing from picturej. ' Q ' wmQ '"M''wifiiiiiiiiiiiaiiziaiiiiiza:::::::::g.4.aagg: m:,:::::, ,,,,,,::,,,,,, 5.,-1 3353-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . . tone? A The harmonizing of voices . . . hard at work for Christmas concert . . . assemblies, concerts, town affairs . . . Mr. Fur- man's robed choir . . . oft to represent Stratford in the All- State Choral Group . . . euphonic, harmonic, and melodic! OFFICERS: President, Barbara Holmes, Vice-President, Linda Cooper, Secretary, Judy DeLibro, Treasurer, David Kershaw, ADVISER: Mr. Furman. 1 'hh 7.2 TRI M Modern Music Masters . . . an opportunity to perform musically .... Mr. Furman 'um- suggests we listen to . . . "Debussy" anyone? . . . trips to Oakdale . . . a gathering of music lovers. OFFICERS: President, Janice Metcalf, Vice-President, Kathi Musante, Sec- H4 retary, l.avina Smallwood, Treasurer, Charlene Lenox, Historian, Barbara Holmes, ADVISER: Mr. Furman. 5 I A.M. GLEE CLUB Q!! -dll .J P.M. GIRLS' CHOIR I ,eq fl-an Opening the doorways l I L, x FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA A M The future teachers of America . . . room meetings sherbert punch and cookies . . . observe classes and "education" in action . . . "Should we be elementary or high school teachers?" . . . learning the opportunities and advantages at the profession through speakers and VISER Mrs June if? OFFICERS: President, Kathleen Harrigan: Vice-President, Ruth Hogang Secretary, Sue McCrackenp Treas- 116 urer, Lee Stevensg ADVISER: Mrs. Kaufman. fly! film strips plan to educate OFFICERS President Judith Delubro Vice President Mary Anne Pasueka Sec retary Priscilla Bonney Treasurer Sheila Molloy AD F.T.A P.M. to future careers X Us . ow.. , N ' 5 . W ,. 'FF f 5 I3 I 'I 4 0 . ...,, , O . . , V -be ,' .fi ??,iA3qz,5s,Q1'Q-3, ' if '.c'-7254.14 3 -- 5.4 ,s - A-e C fy: -ug if-4-m'fw -W "3-Q-.fs"5:-'f3?'sp 'V JUNIOR RED CROSS Collecting for the Red Cross . . . a proud part of S.H.S .... working diligently for a worthwhile cause . . . packages for overseas . . . toys for needy children . . . the iunior branch of a larger international organization. l' ca. 69 FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA Career girls in medicine . . . so many fields of nursing! . . . numerous field trips and teas . . . discussions with nurses in various fields . . . welfare proiects for school and community . . . to discover new knowledge of this worthy vocation. OFFICERS: President, Barbara Savkop Vice-President, Jane Kershaw: Secretary, Joan LaPointep Treasurer, Linley Thompsonp ADVISER: Miss Peck. HI C's Stenographic girls . . . the ottice workers of tomorrow - practicing to- day . . . "This typewriter makes mis- takes" . . . mimeograph 1,000 copies . . . typing . . . ditto . . . duplicate . . . the clatter of business machines . . . the background for business and social well- being. Q"'l-mi' vig 9 STENO POOL mf WX J FEL iii IS. it W5 A- , OFFICERS: President, Edith DiMenna, Secretary, Norman Miskimen, Treasurers, l.aRayne Rogers, Sally Westman, and Judith Conte, Z C ff' "F av, Q O.F.F. OFFICERS: President, Pat DeCesare, Vice-President, Eleanor Dixon, Secretary, Joyce Moskwa- Treasurer, Anita Rizzo, ADVISER: Miss Goyette. 'Q 4 .av- g -I cu?--, gms xi I. 3 a f Hard working girls ... 5 HE Cl mo Published monthly by the Students of STRATI-'ORD HIGH SCHOOL Members of Columbia Scholastic Press Associaiion Quill and Scroll EDITORIAL BOARD Bonnie Butler, Pat Riccio, Leona Fusco, Joan Jegelewicz, Cele Musante, Joyce Radel, Irene Popp, Pam Braus, Pat Storn. BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager . , .,,...., ,. Virginia Milewski FACULTY BOARD Literary Adviser A . . ,....., .. ....... Robert Speer Art Adviser .,......a. .. .... Anne Hogan g y Business Adviser ....... ...., E dythe Paul 'ig lr, I ' ag . X x G Presenting the news accurately, precisely, and JJ -H-LW, completely . . . around and about Stratford I High School . . ffeatures . . . editorials . . . , letters . . . sports events . . . "What's a kootch- kee?" . . . the results of the hard-working and Mr, gpee, c,,,,g,,,,,,la,e, po, and Leon., l'IGppy C1lmOSpl'l6I'e in on their "clcrionistic" layouts. 40 6 ' -1 3' X. ' r 1- , A I' N 7 i ,I -fl f if 11 .1 y. Pam, Joan and lrene check copy for the next issue of the Clarion. Bonnie and Cele do some 120 lost minute proof reading. Clarion distribution presents no prob lem to Mr. 'Speer's "paper girls," Pat Joyce, and Cele. The Lutz Berliner Sandra Lounsbury Editor Art Editor Organized confusion almlng for on other first place yearbook sensor cap tnons to wrnte and rewrnte our blggest headache Wrnte It over Hurry up and thunk of a wntty captuon Those layouts couldnt be lost"' hard work re worded by a sense of accomplishment a tremendous undertaking but we made ut' ADVISERS Edutornal Mrs Kathryn Sherry Business Mr Joseph Clark Art Mass Anna Hogan .fr 5' taff of 1960 Mary Anne PGSI9k0 Assistant Editor ,.-f-"" X 'bv QUE The Log advisers check over the Gnal layouts with Mr Brown publisher s representatwe , lass Menu. ,ii- Elaine, Mary Jo and Joyce plan the activily section. -.-n . ,, ... ,, EDITORIAL Elaine Kish, Roland Ungerer, Joan Jegelewicz, Nancy Nagle, Luiz Berkner, Linda Olsen, Mary Anne Pasielca, Mary Jo DeIVecchio, Judy Grosner, Joyce Melnilx, Judy Wilson, and Gail Williamson. ADVISER: Mrs. Kalhryn Sherry. ,pm 5' 9,7 l Log? I am studying Spanish! SPORTS Paul Hronjak, Pat Primavera, and Lincoln May. 'Mbwnnff M0 BUSINESS and TYPING Seated an front left Pat Marin Manager fl fo rl Eve yn Iemba Penny Jaekle Arlene Fedalc Arlene Vlsponl Dorothy Voynrclr and Joan Jegelewucz ADVISER Mr Joseph Clark up 415. M' JP 'bf ART Lenore Loclxshuer Irene Popp Pam Braus and Sandy Louns ury ADVISER Muss Anna Hogan Ld! S NF Wim gui S s .Q I...- , I I A, 1 , ' ,f 1 , , X .,A ' V V V :, 'F A . V ,I - . X D . 43, , I , ' I - I I . ' , 5 l N . , 5 , Q :N , 1 .' 935 - I I S . l Q I' . 'f I ,. ' . If . ,Q I -T, I x N r ,N "H F 5' 1 Q I I . I . I Y f IV 153 4' 1 I N ,I N N . Ne', - 9 X. ' , x . gn 'Ja . Y I v - " I , I A S .. I 'I Q. ' I ' W at I A 3 X: h "'b. i Y 1 I, 'Q W I 1 'N' Q - I I . ' I V - : ul " 9 . - -9 U , ' A Y 1 . . N , i " x N N , ' , I A M ,N ' ff I ' x 'J ' ., I 'i"ffr- - ' 'N we--, .-. . ., ADVERTISING Lorraune Rahgo Joe Rwnyalm Betty Rofvler Jay Koslcuba Man ager fseatedl Barbara Sovlco Anna DeLucu Uwe Jahnlce Judy DeI.ubro Marcel Rungawa and Barbara Olsen 'I23 C '-C yi W lj. r 5, 'B fren f . .1 b . , x.. Charley's Aunt .N 'i ll ' i xt f' 6 i 1 I 5' 'y fx,..1" P' vf 11 9- 9 I 0 4 s .n,f.114,s?4t,q MY I Fair Ladies" we 1-., Sail.: Director: Mr. Ted Maynard THE PLAYERS Mr, William Carpenter as Jaclc Chesney Mr. James Csehalc as Brasseti Mr. Albert Chiarenzelli as Charles Wykeham Mr, Eugene Gould as Lord Fancourt Babberly Miss Evelyn Gallo as Kitty Verdun Miss Sheila Papp as Amy Speftigue Mr. Theodore Karaska as Sir Francis Chesney, Bari, Mr. Marcel Ringawa as Mr. Stephen Spettigue Miss Marge Hlavacek as Elo Delehay Miss Joanne Burns as Donna Lucia D'Alvadorez 'Mos' HOPDY Fella XX- L. to R.: Ted Karaska, Jim Csehak, Joanne Burns, Gene Gould, Marge Hlavacek. The Class of 1960 presented "Charley's Aunt" by Brandon Thomas on the evenings of February 4 and 6, The 55th year of the reign of Alexandrina Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, proved to be an eventful and somewhat unusual one for both Charlie and the Senior class. fan S K 1 fff . ,vw -'Y "Love's Labour Lost" vnu 93 Q it 0 Go!! C "'L"i3:'34I1L': J . L. to R.: Al Chiarenzelli, Marcel Ringawa, Bill Carpenter, Sheila Popp, and Evelyn Gallo. ' - lf Is itfpr-uri! giTTQ Lag jggnu Iggy S ffin E 5,1 if I 'I 1 -I ,. .Q glju 5.5 A, J : .. .35 Q 45355531-123 if 5Q3 up Il if -,T :lr ! I :NCC X, ,,v-0 -Q. ' ,I ' , Q V Z 1-V , . ,.f' 4,47-54m .,f . ,- 'ff ' MN V? ' ,J L i I gn X ,"" ' ' f f my 1 ff of gf?f!Q,M,fWf f , jg yi-. X' -K. ,fn Q53 if 0 5. .9 V S 'Z i s ,,,..44" ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Promoting varsity athletics . . Intramurals and physical fitness. . . SCAT drive . . . "have SCAT, will win" . . . a heavy financial respon- iff sibility . . . Mr. Eisenberg, their au, g I leader . . . keeping the teams out- fitted with new uniforms and equip- ment . . . sponsoring pep assem- blies . . . presenting hard-earned awards . . . constantly counting cash - and then using it! . . . the barometer of our school spirit. A.A. Officers: Robert Haverl, Vice-Presidentg Gail Cadwell, Treasurerp Dave Korponai, Presidentg Mary Anne Pcsielxa, Secretaryg ADVISER: Mr. Eisenberg. DW ,fs Official "BUSlNESS?" , lb f -.r-ua--M Q .. .Q "OFFICIAL" business 8' ""'!"'fa f 7 THE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL 7 X 'Q CHEERLEADERS New members of National Cheer- leaders Association . , . "The Case , ' of the Missing Megaphone" . . . "Fight Cheer! - Are you ready? - Let's go!" . . . rainy days and muddy sneakers . . . practice? - sometimes . . . "I don't care if there X is grass floating in the water bucket 4 -I'm thirsty!" . . . "We're gonna F-I-G-H-T with all our M-l-G-H-T!" . . . summer practice Ca battle with mosquitoes and the P.A.L. band! .37 . . . DAVENPORT!! . . .Someday f we're going to Boston . . . pep as- sembly on Friday? . . . lots ot laughs . . . bruises and tears of joy Xxx . . . We won! We won! We won! x if S I-e-da-n Look at that score!! Something to shout about! 1 Ml cl' -'N Kneeling: Janet Murphy, Sandra Lounsbury, Sonya Sidoriak, Captaing Sue Wilson, and Judy Colladay. Standing: Linda Zavodjancik, Carol Lindroos, Karen Pfeifer, Carol Davenport, and Barbara Rossi. U. Team play promotes SENIOR GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB JUNIOR GIRLS' SPORTS CLUB I l P3 'f?"3i0 f i P Q5 A 5 P is I8 2 I g I I 1 I . g ' . 'I I 1: I 4 1 A by If W l I 44 1 W -ff P.M. GIRLS SPORTS CLUB goocl sportsmanship ,ig Girls interested in sports . . . extra-curricular recreation . . . de- veloping good sportsmanship . . . competitive participation . . . spon- soring the May Queen ceremony . . . satisfying recreational interests . . . a large and active membership. ti. I' LEADERS' CLUB Miss Foland poses with her capable assistants, who help keep the gym classes running smoothly. ist Row: Margaret Brennan, Linda Olsen, Nancy Nagle, Shirley Gloss. 2nd Row: Mary Fedock, ADVISER Helen Foland, Susan Holter. BOWLING The bowling team completed another successful season un- der the guidance of Coach Jack Bottaro. Completing a 45 game season, star bowling honors went to Jack Stone, who received a trophy from the M.B.I.A.C. committee for his high single score of 151. Jack's average for the season was 104. Other top bowlers who added to the success of the season were Nels Holmquist, whose average was 101, and Tom Jenci, who followed close behind, averaging 100. The f1ne play of Joe Rivnyak, Bill Northup, Mike Tutuniian, and Ray Dolyak also added to Stratford's successful bowling season. Bowling Team. Front Row: Coach Bot- taro, M. Tutuniian, D. Korponai, N. Holmquist, and J, Rivnyak. Back Row: J. Csehak, W. Northup, T. Jenci, R. Dolyak. Missing from picture, J. Stone. VARSITY LETTERMEN as v " A H H5 l 8 an X Q 2 Q I I adm 'fl aw s 'W dx! -1 Q, BOYS SPORTS CLUB Intramural athletics ns an important part of the extra currucular actlvutues of the Physical Education Department By partucapatmg on teams composed of thenr frnends In dnvldual students are given an opportunuty to compete un all sports on an tnformal basus Q vw 7 .mln . 2' 'lst Row: B. Soldi, F. Masso, S. Thrush, R. Norton, A, Oakley, J. Korponai, C. Mallico, R. Fiorellu. 3rd Row: R, Kryzanslri, E. Wise, D. Nemergut, R. Jones, A. Gomez, T, Firrantello, R. Corba, O'Connell, B. Volgmuth, F. Chollxo, R. Colonnese, W. Koundry, C. Gomez. 2nd Row: D. McCoy, T, Menchck, B. Smith, G. Greg- G. Bautz, J. Alesevich, C. Robinson, J. Fenders, J. Chickos, cry, R. Kryzanski, D. Farrell, J. Liska, J. Hodslla, G. Dube, D. .lee Our Saturday Heroes Stratford's first touchdown of the season was scored again Naugatuck with a pass from John Alesevich to Steve Thrush. The year's final touchdown, end- ing the season with a victory over Mil- ford, was scored with a pass by the same two boys. Although the opening and closing plays were very similar, the team's performances were far from the same. Stratford lost to Naugatuck, and not much later fans witnessed a heart- breaking defeat when the North Pa- raders, leading 18-'I6 over Danbury, lost the game in the last two minutes of the final quarter. Although the overall season was disappointing, Stratford thrilled its fans in the annual Thanks- giving game by defeating arch-rival Milford, 30-0. For the second straight year the top scorer was Dave Korponai with fifteen touchdowns. Dave also placed as the top M.B.I.A.C. scorer, and the fifth high- est player in the state. Co-captain Ed O'Connell and all-district tackle Gerry Gregory were two of the best linemen in the area. We're waiting - iust TRY to get it! .M-vt vb- 'M "rs 1 , . - fi SQL. ill 'Y ii"t ds? 6 -my W.-I 1stRow: R. Jones T. Gomez G. Dube M. Jackson, R. Norton, T. B. Soldi, R, Corba, D. Farrell C Robinson T Menchok C Firrontello, D. Korponai, E, O'CcnnelI, J. Wise, G. Gregory, D. Mallico, R. Volgmuth, Coach J. Guckert. 3rd Row: R Jess J Nemergut, J. Hodska, A. Oakley, S. Thrush. 2nd Row: Coach M. Cardiello, G. Orsini, M. Macauda, S. Gibson, H. Generous A Harvey, L. Breault, J. Alesevich, M. Dolege, J. Lislra, T. Driver, Tomaslzo, S. Holkovic, R, Bagoly, D. Arkilander. "Hats off to Thee" 'B-+C' Al Oakley and Tom Firranfello pradice for 'he big Milford game. i' L.. I 221 U Y' A message from Coach Harvey. Gregory, "The Rock of Gibraltar." Q. rr 3, Y. f" .QWFI ffl Q . x l L JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL 4 Arr-T"' if 'Airw- .. 3, I 3-qi' M VARSITY SCOREBOARD Opponents Stratford Naugatuck I8 6 Harding .. 26 6 Danbury 22 I8 Bassick 6 32 Fairfield Prep 28 22 Andrew Warde 22 I2 Central 0 I2 Bullard Havens 8 I4 Hamden 29 I4 Milford 0 30 Harry Generous - Manager 'Pin -- ---J7 . ffl - 1 Q, vgl I ' ,g,,- 4 Ist Row Assistant Coach V Fnornto P Chognon G DeCaesar Hoiman W Kotrady J Karoscuk A Powell W Jackson 3rd Row P erson J N vall M Austin R Fuller H Ropo D Johns Manager S Sawlclu J Tamborra W Miller D Andrlso W Barschow Kaweckl, T. Rawson. Coach P. Caserla. 2nd Row: R. Watclre, G. Tho - W. Ray. Missing from picture: W. Chlcrenzelli, W, Slurkamch, R. Kar- berg, J. Juliano, J. Anderson, F. Hutchins, C. Griffin, E. Hester, D. win, J, Fedorko, J. Jankowslxi, G. Moore, C. Dunna. APS JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 'kj at U3 X! "-A u:..x1 UD r Q fl L'-L LJ JA S FRESHMAN SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL 2g3 QEJJfl-3 QV-A A21 V Q: 2 24? L A L Lg Q 5 1 .LA T S , X, 1 . ,,. . Y, i xx 5 : . . oonan, ,M'II . D.A riso. nd ow: M. uxu, . izzo, . reene, P d' R.F Il,A.L 's,Coach . ' 'V f., '.F lst Row ,JT ---4 J f'x ir-if Lin-1 ian! S 1' 1 i 'ex Jim Penders Bob Haverl Captain Frank Masso Steve Thrush Cholko Ricky Colonnese Dave Geer Charles Lasher Manager Harry Rolf Kasper 2nd Row Coach Ray Needham Ron Kryzanslu Fran Generous Missing from picture John Chickos Hey! Hey! Take it away! . .. VARSITY BASKETBALL Captain Frank Masso star guard Steve Thrush and all district performer Rick Colonnese led the Red and Gold cagers to their fourteenth winning season Under the excellent direction of veteran coach Ray Needham the North Paraders fin :shed their regular season with a 12 4 record for second place honors in the M B I A C league The highlight of the season was the thrilling 8882 victory over Harding on the Presidents home court. The team qualified for the state tournament where they suffered a heartbreak- ing defeat to Norwich Free Academy. Other performers who turned in fine court performances were Ron Kryzanski, John Chickos and Rolf Kas- per who combined drive, determination, and good outside shooting to help bring home many victories. Dave Geer's rebounding and Bob Ha- verl's expert playmaking were invaluable aids in securing another winning season for Coach Needham and Stratford High. f f N... -'11 "'x.1 'Xxakg VARSITY SCOREBOARD HOME AWAY Siraiford Opponents Sirafford Opponenls U B Freshmen S Conn Freshmen Alumni Cenlral ab' 'ZL.""' 47-1- We Frank Masso drlves through for Iwo points Falrheld Prep Bullard Havens Mlllcrd Basslck Hardmg C IA C Tournament Norwnch Free Academy ' Y Steve Thrush nfles a pass through the Fairfield Prep defense A split second later 12 7 "'5l 5, I ,f', A in V , Y l ' '-, - , .' ' -2 - Q- f , u ' X 1 , K - by ' xxx .2 ff ffm 1 474 I X" . lxwffd ,,, K 1 V F ,A 2- 1 f- 1 I 44 f ,, A? , A wx ,, gud' A -'I V . , Mi 1 A I f A f so "" . 'Q 1 A ii, . I ' vw' K I V . fx 7 i ,f , ,, 1 L 1 r f'!,,1m' A .el A ' f .rf-3, . . 82 76 78 87 . . - - 69 56 ' 61 so - - ' ' 62 34 56 48 ' 62 53 59 51 64 30 64 31 ' 76 60 73 44 ' 56 66 48 52 ' 37 47 88 82 ' - - 74 84 35 ,ga Greenwich Wnlbur Cross Naugafuck Norwalk East Haven Mnlford g s-. - 'mis' XBZUUQ ws- "' 20-F' lst Row L to R B Morrlson D Johnson R ODonnell M Plsanu Wells B Volgmuth D Soderqulst E D Wmton R Dallas 2nd Row L to R R Henderson D McCoy P obles D Smith B Llghtfoot D Olsen Davenport J Fasold F Montague T Gomer Standing Coach Jack SWIMMING For the flfth consecutive year our swlmmung team has cap tured area honors by wxnnung the MBIAC champlonshup Under the leadership of Co captains Ed OConnell and Bob Henderson the team compiled an Impressive record of fifteen wms and one loss Our Mermen set many pool and school records due to the hugh style swlmmlng of such scoring threats as Frank Montague Gordon Bautz and Tino Gomez Much credut for the success of the team goes to Jack Wells who hus first year of coaching dad an excellent lob of malntalnung the hugh standards set un prevuous years QQ - " -Kb! Pete Davenport shouts encouragement to Stratford swimmers OConnell G Bautz D Ven pil! 6 D iss... lst Row L to R R Dilman D Farrell G Dube C Mallico T Flrran tello B Jones and D Korponai Co Captains W Koundry P Hron 'ak A Kronyok and R Sutton 2nd Row L to R Mr Bottaro Coach What goes up must come downl Another step toward V the four minute mark. 1,05 P Barbetta P Davenport P Bratz S Gibson T Gomez D McCoy OConnell R Robinson J Sibley R Bubobchik J Wright Knight R Norton T Jencl X ,.f g TRACK SHS TRACK RECORD FOR 59 220 Yd Run Joe Kirkland 21 8 sec 440 Yd Run Dewey Amos 49 8 sec 1 Mile Run Paul Hronlak 4400 sec Broad Jump William Leaphart 224 tt 880 Yd Relay Dave Korponai 1 31 2 Dewey Amos 1 31 2 William Leaphart 1 31 2 Joe Kirkland 1 31 2 SSC SGC SCC SEC Coach .lack Bottaros track team its last two seasons rode high on a winning streak of 30 dual meets and this years team shows equal promise The team has started prac tice seven weeks before its first meet Led by Co Captains Bob Jones and Dave Korponai, there is a strong possibility that the team will make a much better showing in the state indoor meet than it has in previous years. 142 Javelin throwers Ed O'Connell and Dave McCoy tally points for Stratford at last year's Stamford meet. K IFW CROSS COUNTRY Those who live near Stratford High School must the streets of our town. This year's team, led by our admire the spirit and determination with which the capable captain Paul Hroniak and juniors Jim Sub cross country team practices its 2V2-mile run. Every ley and Bruce Murray Ccaptain-elect for next yearl day these stout-hearted lads run this course through enjoyed one of its finest seasons. ff 'X 14 ' 1 S STR 4 l 5TH Q , 1 Isfgf yl T ll "fQ,,,. X X it ' ' . ' t it lg Q l , T? l l an l lt f f 1kX 1 ' X g T gl J, T ' MJT" . LX 7 x K ' X , T I H 1 R X: f 'J' s X l lx g X 5: lst Row J Marseglia L Masso Captain Paul Hranlal: T Gomez K Bishop 2nd Row CoachJ Bottaro J Sibley F Schwarz A Kala C Ruoss B Murray gf F ,HZ af' ar-'-5 f S item, ' 1 l 'ln "2 lf 2.2, ' -1- '.."2-' lg I1 I , BASEBALL This year Coach Penders has a very promising team composed of returning lettermen and top replacements. The squad, led by capable co-captains Jim Penders, Jr., and Frank Masso, once again has its eye on the C.l.A.C. Title and hopes to bring it home for the third consecutive year Returning lettermen who will see reg ular season play are Steve Thrush, short stop, and Ron Kryzanski third baseman Coach Penders will be counting on Ron Florella to match the pitching power of ast year s talented Eddie Finnegan Other veterans returning to this years lineup include Fran Cholko Rich Kry zanski, and John Chlckos Q., H P' s is V 'E' X y Jtw 4:-vi' 11 y' is-xljfrf fi an ,yew Q Qs 5491, .AZ Co captain Jim Penders is safe Frank Massa races home and Stratford scores oga n 41 at firs or is e7 4 W. 'lv P? 62' x ",-4A,.f',f-4A,'- 5 ,fn 144 Around first and on to second goes co captain Frank Masso l A r V . f . . f l , ' ' 5 4 - f , , . . A 'J J ' F ' ' , Y , . 1 1 A x '-si .,, ' , .-., . . . 4 6 W if ng A " I , . . , , ,. P V W , . ,, - - 1 . gi K -X Q I - . , , - R71 , ' , - Q F Y, . 3 A W ll 'fi' Q ri J ' - a i ,H ,, K .-'NA . E 5 ' s , fr F l ,W .J , T . . . . NX k , 7 . l . j 'im , -P rr , A . V4 I I ,J K x y ' f f A ,X .M , mn ., 'A 1 1 ,- ' I -,., ' , - 0 1 f fr , 'WW .1a"Hv' ng . 4- A 1 ,.4,b34f,jvr",'a My 3 me V 1 ' , e , ,slit 'H I ' 4, ff", wi! H V ij A i - rw., ?r:.3:,,, 2 5 ' ' ' ,s 5' ' I I no We 'ff-vz.,W'v slap' f ' . Y f L , f ,f y . 'H ,. 5 'N ' T' ' V , ,wt '- , W- ,,,s W rc f , , A , . A 1. .... f Q , . a- -In I ' . - v , , - , ' .fy-J I I I 1 - h . 4 4 u i dx ,QA Y I, I .Y i '. , - - -J M ,s F . , V A ,Y if ,ay .s fw ,A , I . i ' r, -' . -m-"2 V-mpg ws .M '. . V ' H " -H -wg .egg f . , .r ., .-J .W-, ,. J 1 Kr, 4- ,M HY. fe- -. A ,g-vw., , - ' 25:-.V M, , , ' - ,, 4-'.-11-.,v,,if,-34 , ' '- 9,1 V '-TF, :L . -, -..yy-f..jf: My, , , ...r ' , -4 . R A hh 1 ' - , ffF,sfTWv4W' ' - . A 'F if ' . J .Q -5. .gg - My 4 1 A. H . VARSITY SCOREBOARD 1959 Wilbur Cross Central Harding Milford Bullard Havens Bassick Hillhouse Fairfield Prep Central Harding Milford Bullard Havens Basslck Hillhouse Fairfield Prep New Britain New Britain Norwich Milford Opponent Stratford 0 O 0 3 'I 3 0 1 6 A Tournament X hh: ,gy vi 557 Assistant Coach Eisenberg is the first to congratulate Coach Penders as the last ou IS called bringing Stratford another state championship 'fb Vlscons of past VICYOYIQS an ancent ve for the future ' 2 7 5 - . ' 1 6 W P A " , 3 9 ' 2 f ' ' 3 15 W ' 'tv' ' 2 5 , , 7 'ff ' 1 4 2 fi V 2 ci. .c. I ' 5 S , ' ' 2 4 . ' 5 IO if 1 ' 1 2 I . . . V I 1 J - as fi ' v g ,N L -x if 1 ff 5 5 3 9 5 '53 ss '33 .gs 55 5 5 Dr. A. D. Ashcroft 3557 Main Street Stratford Connecticut 102'-01 Barbln s Cnty Servnce Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecttcut Barnum Food Market 1900 Barnum Avenue Bridgeport Connecticut Barnum News and Luncheonette 1857 Barnum Avenue Brldgeport Connectncut Belle Beauty Shoppe 3692 Mann Street Stratford Connectvcut 01'01'-0f01 '01 Bert s Auto Repair 815 Barnum Avenue Cut Off Stratford Connectucut Black 81 Frank Insurance 144 State Street Brldgeport Connecticut f02f01'0f'0"010' -02'0'f0 01 010'-0F Blake Drug Company 3563 Mann Street Stratford Connecticut Brnarfield Pharmacy Stratford Connecticut Dr Davtd C Brown D D S 2220 Mann Street Stratford Connecticut Casellu Real Estate Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut 9-010002f0'N001 Cavaller Watch Repairing 1372 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Cnty Lune Food Market 2370 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Compliments ofa Friend Compliments of Larry Oneto Dr H P Dman .lr 3486 Mann Street Stratford Connectvcut Drayton Cleaners 821 Success Avenue Stratford Connecticut Fagan s Restaurant 946 Ferry Boulevard Stratford Connecticut Dr PaulC Flscher 3557 Mann Street Stratford Connecticut Franklxn Pharmacy 1802 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectncut Dr Nathan H Frledman 2336 Mann Street Stratford Connecttcut Gene s Red Roof 1101 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectlcut Dr B D Gordon Stratford Connecticut Dr Chester Haberlln 2553 Mann Street Stratford Connecticut Harris Atlantic Service 2100 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectlcut John F Hartnett 8: Sons lnc 2315 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Howue s South Mann Street Stratford Connectacut , . - M , oo , . N . . . - . , Ln 4 - . Ps CD 3 . " . , . , . , -4 . . . . . - - 1 O N s s I! Ut . .. . ' '1 1 rn .t 4 cp . . . . " . . . - - -I 2 , M. . . . . . 00 U' ' ' . , ' . C , XI ' Z . . . 9. . . . . . . . . - - ' , g . . . . 3 A uw . -0' '1 CD ' I , CD . -0' 07'-0' '0vrl 101 f0f0'f0Y 3 Q 9 6 9 9 5 S 2 Q E 5 3 Q 9 3 E 9 E E E 2 E Jaekle 8. Richardson Inc 1985 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Dr FrankA Kralcik 3589 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Dr Kiernan 2875 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Mercurio s Market 1800 Stratford Avenue Bridgeport Connecticut Muccl s Gulf Station 1780 Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecticut Dr AbbottA Neuman 144 Golden Hill Street Bridgeport Connecticut Nick s Flying A 1219 Stratford Avenue Stratford Connecticut Pappas Shoe Store 2396 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Piretti s Service Station 990 Stratford Avenue Stratford, Connecticut Pollock's Pharmacy 3690 Main Street Stratford, Connecticut Racine's Service Station 1607 Barnum Avenue Stratford, Connecticut John A Rainier Real Estate 700 Westfield Avenue Bridgeport Connecticut Rapp s Housewares 2410 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Dr P Rheinfeld 2051 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Rotary Sport Shop 1086 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Dr Herman Shuchat 2593 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Dr T D Spivack 2390 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Stan s Texaco Service 1201 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connecticut Stratford Department Store 2403 Main Street Stratford Connecticut Stratford Diner 2382 Main Street Stratford, Connecticut Studio Restaurant 1717 Barnum Avenue Stratford, Connecticut Dr. Arthur Weitzner 2595 Main Street Stratford, Connecticut Qxawfaw-020:10-10-10x01-0w0ff0v0-'0K0v ' w0X0v0M0f0w0K0v 0X01e0w0 X910 49 x . I 1 - . . 3 r I - 1 I . I . ., . 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 - I - 11 n I ' ' I 1 X92-020' 40N0Y-0E0N0H0"-01101'-0N0'2f0K0'A0N01'6'M0P20f0 COOPER FLORIST SERVICE 2386 Ma S Stratfo d Connect cut Telepho e EDlson 7 4789 DOBBY S MEN S SHOP STRATFORD CENTER Telephone ED so 79447 STRATFORD CONNECTICUT HOVAN S FLOWERS INC CUTRUFELLO S CREAMERY INC CNY Swngs Bank B,,,ld,,,9 ES,ab,,Shed mo PARADISE GREEN CENTER STRATFORD CONN DRexeI 8 2648 KQLEGRAPI' 0 Co pl enfs of L O V E L L S STRATFORD coNN NEEDLE 8. THIMBLE FASHION FABRICS 2758 Main Street Stratford fxyv X". Jf A A ' -'ff fl! X 0 fmjwfff f WWWM 1 I' MVN '17 ,,, IWWWH 40"010s0' 40" 10' '0"0' 101 X9 101'-010-'-0V-0'0 40? EDWARD B SEGALA General Insurance REAL ESTATE 215 DOVER STREET STRATFORD EDlson 7 2560 Compare our llshngs before you buy NEALS DRUG stone "WE V'EW CONVALESCENT HOSPITAL Ch o c a d Co vales enIPa1ent 1 Wood End Road PURDY HILL RD TRUMBULL STRATFORD CONNECTICUT AMhe sf 8 2921 7'0"0'0bs01c0v6n7c0v0vf74020K05'0" 051059016 150 S O Il ' ' ll ,Tea . I 3 'wxk . lk l I .-1,-.o1....-, r ni n n c i s 'I I . , , I I E 2 9 E 3 2 BARNUM RECREATION BOWLING G A R F I E L D S I465 B tt 865 BARNUM AVE STRATFORD CENTER RESTAURANT 9M s I HUBBARD S SERVICE STATION T199 BARNUM Ave STRATFORD MANIS MOTOR SALES U dC 2450B I889II tf PARADISE DEPARTMENT STORE :mam f 101 Ch Id CI th Comphments of '0"010'0N01'0'0t 01'0'01 TILO ROOFING STRATFORD CONNECTICUT LOMBARD S MEN S SHOP 35-IM s DR I8 26 AIP 3 ConvenIent Offices Mom Office Corner MAIN 8- BANK Streets Boston Ave Office Corner BOSTON 8. WILLIAM Street Stratford Office Corner MAIN 8. BARNUM Avenue The Frlendly Bank MECHANICS 8. FARMERS SAVINGS BANK BRIDGEPORT CONNECTICUT KELMAN 8. SONS 2381 MAIN STREET STRATFORD EDWARD LYDIKSEN AGENT '-01-0101 40" 5 I I BB Bdgprt0 151 IOTA KAPPA XI 1 5 urn A Sfra Ord . 1 Buffets 8. Catering 238 ain tree? Strat ord, Connectic 1 I se urs arnum Ave. DRexe - Stra ord, Conn. - - ain St, Strat ord, Conn. Men's, Women's, i ren's o ing ' Il - II I I 1 1 8 ain t. exe -09 aradise Green V Compliments of ' General Insurance ll ll 207 oston Ave. ri e o I ,Conn. THE CARD SHOP ON THE GREEN STRATFORD CONN BROADBRIDGE BARBER SHOP DANNYS DRIVE IN Aussnrw CHIARENZELLI P p HI 9 FERRY BLVD 2 0 B db ds A Mme d LARRY PAouARo P T-M HAMILTON PHARMACY B o 3520 MAIN ST STRATFORD CONN T h I 8 O 06 DR I 8 HARTELS SERVICE STATION BOSTON d BARNUM A STRATFORD Complimenfs of R A I.AlLI C0 X?Y04?C0Y0H710K940W'0"0615W95N74047f0N010'l05'?C?1?'947 '6N x 1 F us Hamburgers, o Do s and French Frie I on , rops. 1 . ,iff 1 . x " Q - ' -X IX 4 , - . - I 1 If I I QII VIQIZQI 4 ' I EI I I ' - 1 33 I fu. w ,I V WI-,Is , if I ' E 42 I 3 I Q , ' 4 The esi in rugs elep one: DRexe - 4 or exe -0407 I Corner an venues mmgafavfmaafa-:mea awww: 0x0'f0f0x0:0v.af0 :0f0w0a:.0v0::0n0fw0n0v0f0-iowa-fanafo ' . fi is 153 -16 "-01 -'01 '00 01'-0101 '01 401201-00 101 4010101 401 E, 5 2 5 E 2 5 STRATFORD FOOD CENTER 11 Wood End Road Stratford Connecticut STEVE S MARKET SothAeneandM Se atf dCo t WILLIAMS SERVICE CENTER WASHINGTON PARKWAY tf r ED so 7 9086 Congratulations Class of 1960 THE BAIRD MACHINE COMPANY Is Interested In You As Prospectlve Employees In Any Of The Followlng Posltnons Draftsmen Machine and Tool Designers Machmasts Toolmakers Offlce Workers 01 O H4 7. V-Qygn N5 L0 BAIRD '4 not firml- Manufacfurers of Automatxc Chuckmg Machines Wlre Formmg Machmes Multnple Transfer Presses Tumblnng Equnpment Beaver Rudung Tractors THE BRILLIANT 1960 WORLD BOOK iv ' 5511 l I AVEWMEI I 5 .I 1 E 5'oO0 ' P sd S Red Band 3 Own the finest most mterestmg most useable encyclopedla and save the entlre amount of the down payment lf you order now! Phone or wnte Mrs Mildred Shaw, Dlstrlct Manager 217 BURRITT AVE STRATFORD 7 3512 WINER MOTORS INC Imperial Chrysler Plymouth Fnat Alfa Romeo DIRECT FACTORY DEALERS 1425 Barnum Avenue Stratford Connectncut EDnson 7 3371 Y D SERVICE CENTER General Reparrmg on all Makes of Cars Telephone ED 7 9138 JOHN .I ADAMS Proprietor 1250 BARNUM AVENUE STRATFORD CONNECTICUT ll Q 3 5 3 5 s E 3 5 5 l l 101 101'-0 61 '01f01 01L01f0'0N01s01'010K0v0K01G0101s0140'01'01 011011010 . . . . . ' . . I . . , . . . ,- . I 1 n x yi., ,T y J . A no : 1 .- 2 u g M 2 A ylfbjeii 2- , 3 c 3 2 f f 5 Z' . A " 1 9 . - I ' . - -3 Q5 ,fra 5 Z' - 1 . -' . ig! fr' 1? 0 C 5 m 4 5' " 55 J' I :s I 1 cf Hem 0 2 ' - - " 1 ily lm 9' 2 .f if-,:,' Q 5' . Que-A." - J - - , B A 11 : 5 9. I-1 gi""M" P 2 so N' T xx . xx y Q .. .. UI Q. 1 I . . I , ' - Q N . sq c 5 : L . . ' I . 20 ox . . I I . T ' s , . . I cj:- is 4'-0Y0"0"'-0"0f0 OLSEN MARINE CO. 76 FERRY BLVD. STRATFORD Thompson Lapstrake Runabouts Evinrude Outboard Motors Mastercraft Trailers CITY SAVINGS BANK 'fthe Family Bank" PARADISE GREEN School savings Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Thompson Royacratt Runabouts Howard Fiberglass Dlnghys and Runabouts Nautical Gifts Water Skis Marine Supplies Compliments of JULIUS TUCCIARONE GENERAL CONTRACTOR Best Wishes to the Compliments of THE PLAIDS CLASS of 1960 CONTRACT PLATING COMPANY INC LONGBROOK AVE STRATFORD X9"0N0' Qiffilf'-0'9"9' I 55 I 0 . . . . . . . . . I 0 . Q A, .4.., kwa,-1--1 ,,!3, g"'.-1. -.,.' 1.44-"T xy 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 9 2 6 2 2 2 2 MCQUILLAN PRINTING CO. MARY ROBERTS FASHION LANE 2157 BARNUM AVENUE 3852 MAIN STREET 10' STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT STRATFORD, CONNECTICUT fFour blocks East of Cnty Llnel DRexeI 8 7800 Commercial Business 401 Indusfrlal Wedding Social PRINTING Complrmenfs of MANNING MAXWELL '0P'02'0f01 101' 8. MOORE INC STRATFORD CONNECTICUT MICHAELS 1 HOUR CLEANERS 10 sos1oN AVENUE 101 'f0N020s0N0ff0-010N0'-01 STRATFORD CONN GARFIELD S 865 BARN UM AVENUE STRATFORD CONN OCONNOR 8. GAZLEY INC DRexeI 8 1516 PARK CITY TYPEWRITER COMPANY INC 27' Typewrafers Supplies Adding Machunes Sales Service Rentals 2323 BARNUM AVENUE STRATFORD CONN TEK BEARING CO INC 0801101010201 1795 STRATFORD AVENUE STRATFORD SEARS DRUG STORE 2392 MAIN smear STRATFORD CONN 10"-00'-0' E, 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 SIGMA DELTA PHI kr fr. CLAS KEYS 14 I 1 '4 J' . . . 1 1 . ' 3' 0- 0 . S' : s i cs 35 N ba Q :I . 0 3 3 C C 1 . . Of 5' ' O g 3 ? ' . . O 1 . -.. 25 - . C 9. T . C Q- I ' ,Q rn 0 . I 3 . .. on a W N . .,. - O . O.. QE C I .Sn I -1 3 " 50 ' ' S2 2 N - .70 E N I . 1 . 29- U' I, - 2' om I' o ' - 1 Q l 03 o , , . . . . . x7'0f10' 40t10"040f10"0 '02f0'K020v'-0210 99"05'6'f?995f0'407 49' x '31 wmv' KEATING BROS INC Authorlzed FORD ii Sales Servlce Dealer Genuine Ford Parts Factory Tralned Mechamcs Good Selection of Used Cars 81 Trucks Complete Quick Servlce on All Makes of Cars and Trucks No Parkmg Problem Modern Facllmes Located Smce 1921 at 1055 STRATFORD AVE cor MAIN St EDlson 7 3321 Sportswear for Junlars JUU1.: 'UL PARADISE GREEN STRATFORD CONN IN THE CITY SAVINGS BANK BLDG DR 8 8789 RYAN JEWELERS 2406 Mann St 1000 Mann St Stratford Brudgeport EDlson 7 2289 FOrest 7 9811 Fme Diamonds Watches Crystal 8. China SOLOMONSON 8- SCOTT 6 Realtor: Insurers 3569 Mann Street EDlson 7 3391 Stratford STONYBROOK PHARMACY 31 STONYBROOK RD STRATFORD 6 X9X0fr0v'0147 01'0110f0120vf0v 157 Compliments of THE STRATFIELD HOTEL r 'H 'I 0' o V, r-7 5' ' .1 .ifftii A A X ' --T? A ' ' -A Il I - .' LWB? .I A fiat 'fl :.-f il ' " ',F.- ,alibi I' Qi"--ft. 1 X 71. EV. ,f'1i4jgw'JLT,g. ' X ' A ' . I, .4 , Q.. I ' g . 'f' ,.'- ., - .Lu 5" I - N- ' I ' I f. '- Q ' v Nz? - 'Mx 'I x , . . 1, J. 1 1 :E - . , A . 1 . . . f C 0 -. -:1 - Xu " . si' ,I . , 'N . x I 5 - I I, ' I fl I . 9 ft .I . . , .L J . 5 f I 1 1 I . v . . I I . 9 d A 0K0K0X0 I-01010 '-0"010'40P'0N0 2051040 40"0'4"f40N0'040f 1960 WOMEN'S WORLD SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Fmal Game of Last Year s Tourney RAYBESTOS MEMORIAL FIELD Aug 26 through Sept 3 53 ' I O O 0vf05C0'L0K?'i0V I 10 40N-0'40f'-7'0'0f'0Y0X040'0'0"0401 CREDITS Layouts Pamela Braus Lenore Lockshler Sandy Lounsbury Irene Popp Cover Deslgn Sandy Lounsbury Dlvuder Pages Sandy Lounsbury End Pages Pamela Braus Lettering Lenore Lockshuer and Sandy Lounsbury All photographs In this book are by Loring Studlos wuth the following exceptions Candlds of Sensor Class Oftlcers p 28 Band plcture p 112 by Tom Carney direct sales personal service orlgmal layouts art service retouchmg composition mechamcals ii? fe? gg lm and plate str ng plate making gg digs! offset prmtlng We foldmg gel if gs complete bmdery service packaging delrvery t o toole and sons, mc stamford, connecticut stamford do 4 9226 new york me 5 4112 -0"0N0Y 159 I . ll ' - -- A EMLQ ' 4 , halftone and li ivis vvfix .Knew 65 f'l ' i , M . V g A S . v V L - , . . A Cappella Actsvstses Admsnsstratson Advertsssng Art Club Athletsc Assocsatson Band Baseball Basketball Bowlsng Boys Sport Club Cheerleaders Clarson Cross Country Debatsng Club Faculty Fslm Servsce Football Foreword Freshman Officers Future Nurses Future Teachers Gsrls Chosr Gsrls Sport Club Glee Club Gusdance INDEX 102125 11281 1448. 7 1224 134136 Junsor Homerooms Junsor Ofhcers Junsor Red Cross Leaders Club Lsbrary Club Log Staft Masquers Natsonal Honor Socsety Recognstson Scsence Club Senex Sensors Sensor Advssers Sensor Bonner Sensor Ofhcers Sensor Pay Sports Sophomore Ofhcers Steno Pool Student Councsl Swsmmsng Track Twsrlers Ushers Gusld Varssty Lettermen 86 97 84 8- 85 124 8s 125 126145 10081101 14081141 1428.143 HCS The Log Staff wsshes to acknowledge sts gratstude and extend sts thanks to the followsng people sts ad vertssers and patrons for thesr Hnancsal support to Mr Jack Brown of T OToole and Sons prsnters to Mr George Avaksan Mr Howard Lsttle and Msss Ann Gregg of Lorsng Studsos to sts faculty advssers Msss Hogan Mrs Sherry and Mr Clark to Mrs McCracken for her specsal asssstance and to the faculty as a whole tor sts patsent helpfulness Thss I learned from the shadow of a tree, That to and fro dsd sway agasnst a wall, Our shadow selves, our snfluence, may fall Where we ourselves can never be Anna Hamslton 160 114 ' - " ' 8 8 9 ' 117 U 146 ' 131 111 ' 107 ' ' ' 128 121-123 113 110 145 ' ' 104 13 -139 O. F. F. 119 ' 132 H 11 ' 133 ' 109 129 105 ' 120 ' 30 143 ' ' 28 ' 108 ' 83 Dramateers 111 Senior Council 28 - ' 28 A ' 118 ' l 2-7 98 99 118 117 ' 116 ' ' ' ' ' 115 ' ' 130 ' 112 115 ' ' . 106 ' 10 ' 133 1 ' 119 353 as JT 1, grpwli ' ,y,. 3 Nl. - A, ff, ,-Q ,lv ff vf. -Q X vi -. 2' ,gg -. H, , Q, H up ,qywv Wy. ,-.-M THE EPIC OF THE CLASS OF 60 Thas epac began an the year fifty seven When the Class of 60 lake angels from heaven Farst gazed onthe halls of old S H S Not expectang to find such extreme tadaness Well at any rate we all were so bold That we prepared for whatever the future maght o d We were on double sessaons the afternoon half At the early mornang rasers we happaly laughed There were no upperclassmen to cause us to fear We were the bag shots throughout that first year We soon learned the routme and all that was new Detentaons demerats and warnang slaps too In the fall our class had ats first bag election And wath names an mand we made our selectaon When the votes were all tallaed wtth speed dad at pass That Dave was elected to head our great class We aoaned many clubs the chaaces were great To finash our homework we stayed up too late In sports we were actave and none could compare Wath the sparat and loudness of the sophomores cheer We put our first Clarion anto our tile By the end of the year we had quate a pale Our first year an Stratford Hagh drew to a close It wasn t really too bad a year I suppose Our summer of two months was fun we dad tind But before we were tared we were back at the grand Our aunaor year was really a blast A year we all knew was toa good to last We came an the mornang now left at noon That darn old alarm seemed to sound off too soon Other problems we faced Senaors by name Whose manners and habats for us weren t the same We went on undaunted though underclassmen were And worked all the harder as everyone could see Then came a day wath the best of all thangs The day we receaved our shany class rangs We wore them an physacs an algebra too They even stayed on when our fingers turned blue One week we experaenced our most terrable fears Those fraghtful thargs that are known as mad years But all wasn t work we found tame to prance At the formal our first prom and our aunaor class dance We cheered our boys an the field and the gym Upholdang our great teams sparat to wan Thas was the year of our great school debate Between Frank and Phal and thear party slates When the votes were counted the decasaon was read Frank was elected as Student Council head And Dennas was chosen to lead us next year When we would be senaars that tatle to bear When our lunaor year ended our vacataon began But for many thas only meant study agaan In our scaence courses for four hours a day And then study later took much of our play Havang them m the summer anstead of the fall Was necessary af they were to have them at all Our senaor year was the best year of all It got off to a bang only aust last fall We entered the school wath not a care an saght We were senaors and there was no reason for fraght But oh the School Board was certaanly sweet An old state low they decaded to meet To keep what as known as aad from the state One hundred and eaghty days was to be our class Ctle Arother change that lust had to be Was four an a locker anstead ofthe three But we went on undaunted an spate of all that And soon each of us had our own senaor hat We put on them buttons feathers and pans And learned how ansanaty really begans We receaved our pravtleges most deserved by far But frankly I stall don t know what they are The MBIAC crowns we dadn t stop wnnnang In golf baseball track and swammang Our other teams were stall on the ball But as the sayang goes you can t wan them all But an our Turkey Day game we put on a show And whalloped the Malford team 30 to 0 Another show that kept us an statches The senaor play Charley s Aunt went aff wathout hatches Our mad years we breezed by wathout thankang twlce Who wants to recall them they werent very nace This year we were busy we gust couldnt rest Wath college applacataons and college board tests Lookang for aobs that we d take up quate soon After our graduataan Iwe hopedl an late June As the year reached a clamax the real fun began Wath our bag celebrataons that really were grand Our Fraday the tharteenth was the best of them all The Pram at the Ratz a most fabulous ball We waltzed an the ballroom tall the hours grew a e And then at the Pram Party later we ate Thas mornang our Logs were finally passed out Our arms are stall achang from wratang no doubt And now we are danang at our last bag affaar Of this Senaor Banquet need I say anythang here? We re all lookang forward to graduataan day When well receave our daplomas then head on our way Our deepest thanks we gave to you Our admanastrataon and our teachers too To Mrss Raley we owe a special toast You helped to make thas year the most The last class from Stratford Hagh to all bads adaeu Next year nn Stratford the class wall be two Now we leave Stratford and behand all the fun To began our new laves there's work to be done JOHN ADAMCHAK vqlad 1960 ' I , . . I I ' ..., , I I I I I I I . , , , Q ' I , f . I I I ' I , . . , ' I I I I I ' - , , . . , , . . .. , ., .. I I I I ' . , . . . , . I I ' , . ,... . , , . ' I .. . , . I I I I I - ' , . . , . . , . , I I I I - , . . . . . , . I I we, , I ' I I , . . . I I I ' . lt, , . I " 1 I , . . . .. I I I ' I I I . , . . 1 I . , .. . , . . . , . , , . 1 I , . I , . 4 I I I I ' . , . ng . M- 'iff WH 3533411 viz iiifiag !?"JZ'x!v ! mrfmiflzr 'iqiwifilviii A' 113: J . Ei xiii! M , Q: 'xl' fy sq v , ,vga , 9 A fm: f wif ' ,f bfi R 52. ,mv fr P 4' 1 X,x '. 1- .1 ,AR , 14 1 0- TW K w ff , , J w . x, J-, x if 5 'S fr K e K I In af W 4 V Iwi! . 5 1 6, 1' , wi? ww" 5 xfl R x . - , ,Q . ,. .9-My . Lg? 1 I ,,gg.' ' , fi - Y j Za J ,li " fi .Y -Mm. - 'Q 01' x N mx if Wx' 1' 3 'ke fi The mlghty Kryzanslu IS up at bat' Andrew Warde Wulbur Cross Hnllhouse Central Hordmg Milford Bullard Havens Basslck VARSITY SCOREBOARD 1960 BASEBALL Stratford dad nt agam MBIAC Champs more laurels for S H S a real great season a flne rec ord to complete a fine year too bad Tennyson dudnt wrute about baseball' Opponents Stratford Opponents Stratford Fanrfield Prep Centrol Basslck Hardrng Mulford Bullard Havens Fanrfleld Prep The MBIAC Chompsl V t 1 "'N..., Thus mght of my memorres cs now a par! ofthe treasures III cherlsh deep nn my heart MAY THIRTEENTH JUNIOR SENIOR PROM muslc we could have danced all mght 'oy unconflned sleep hll morn Guy Masella and has orchestra after prom testlvntles ot Elchner s Hugh Golden played on tlll 4 a m Moy I3th an evening full of moments to remember All times we have 0 enloyed greatly both with those that loved us and alone Only a memory wall last of o glorlous evenmg cpprcachmg Leavung for Enchner's a contunuahon of fun and excutement .- - ' HI ' AI IK ' I , N"' 'X 1 In X 'I 'rr J 4 , I I Inf R Q ee I 4 JF x . 35 , In 2,1 s I M, fu I K: K 1 o 'Mi A In 1. V J ' ' 'Q I I i 1 . I up 5 5 1 Y. I Z' If , , A ' .nf f . 1 V f H ' . . . ' . . . ' . . . no I 'Yu . . . . , . , K i ' ll ' 5, ' ' Il ,b . . . , . ' P55 y 'IU q lux ,, K if L, .Q il I ,. , 5 . f ,Q X . 4 ga -L'-FE. FA I ff Q pr F K pf! ' MAY QUEEN It as our wrsh that the oge ess sfclrs wlll pole unto IDSIQHIHCOHCC besrde the host of lovnng frrends your smnles shall wan you And they sholl be friends whose love wnll be x luke the love thot drew them Deep ond True Mary Jo extends the wnshes of each class to the May Queen ond her court The crownnng glory on o radlcnt Moy Queen The Class of 60 61 62 63 us represented ot the Moy Queen crowning Ceremony . 1 I ' . . W, A . . . y , 0 , , 0 , s . v V, 1 I X 'Q' f , f 5 ly H A . -44 , l ' f pw 'sr 1 x,,, 1 ' tr ' A 6, . bf 1 ' 'I '- 1 W' D x ' ' we . AQ i n K , 1 - ,Y .V 1 .l ,- . - ' - Ai, Jr- ' ,E 1 I' Sw XL r 4 ii K 6 ' gui . 'V F ff f I i , . SENIOR ' BANQUET I S." A night to remember . . . ' ' 'Jn June 20 . . . our Senior Ban- -:-,Ag lg '- 3 1 , '- ' Y' 'l " f f quet at Eichner's . . . saluting our administration . . .faculty 'alll . . . and officers for a terrific 41 iob . . . John's "Epic of the 'IL' Class of 1960" , . . BiIl's en- di l' tertainment . . . turkey with A,,,, X all the fixings . . . scholar- ' ships and awards . . . a won- derful evening to wind up ,W three wonderful years! SS '21 of x' I V, .SK VH" .....,. Z. 'IZ' -"" f ii . f Ht' 2f h , ' . . ...KR ,ist .' JV. .Mt .1-3. . up .ffifl ,G .4 wr' , 1. .1-ff X :fi gi, -.ai I xl -.1 The A.A.'s final farewell , . . Aloha-Oe. Sandy and Dennis . . . S.H.S.'s contribution to the ALOHA-OE BARNUM FESTIVAL CANDIDATES Our last dance of the year . . . the S.H.S.'s best. . . Dennis and Sandy. . . A.A.'s Hawaiian farewell . . . Dole pine- selected to represent Stratford in this apple . . . Ieis , . . and flowers too . . . year's Barnum Festival . , . amidst all "Anyone care to hula?" the excitement and celebration . . . two most deserving seniors. Come my frnends Tns not too late to seek o newer world Tennyson BACCALAUREATE SERVICES The splrltual port of our Graduation remnnder that we shall be responsible not only for our nndlvldual future but for that of the world an lnsplratlon to draw upon our re wlthln himself " sources to accomplish to attain to ocknowl edge the qulntessence of llvmg both through mind and spnrlt You cannot teach a man anything you can only help hum to flnd t Galileo Our speakers l to r Rev Jean C Tetreault Rev Wulllam O Johnson Robb: Melvm Jay Glatt Mr Donald W Fowler Dr Henry W Luttlelleld Mr Elden Dustm Mr Edwin Cox and Mr Alton Torgan U - If- H , . . . . .. ,, , 1 I I I I - , . .: . . , . . , , . . , . . , . , , , . . its K If a I sexy, 63 JUNE TWENTY-SECOND: GRADUATION DAY "And this gray spirit yeorning in desire to ot heroic hearts mode wecik by time ond tote, follow knowledge like o sinking star Beyond but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, ond the utmost bound of hurncn thought . . . That not to yield." which we ore, we ore . . . One equal temper . K tl, HSGWZZWOJQGKWGZZEWOW, TENNYSON ,Q n 7 ' ,: "' , ,'..v 12V ' -"M-'I jg 'fa gfffjj .Ji 1 'QV' L ffl?-Lf'"-4j4:g25yLvf-5sfEp-1-1g..:fg,.g, ..i'wug4,'.-Q ..., 1 ,Mm V4.1 fy 1s.n.u.m2 4 , -',.A.wf.1mff4-w-.f M'-'W2"'J'1' + -V ,..- W,L V+


Suggestions in the Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) collection:

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1945 Edition, Page 1

1945

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1946 Edition, Page 1

1946

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1956 Edition, Page 1

1956

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1957 Edition, Page 1

1957

Stratford High School - Log Yearbook (Stratford, CT) online yearbook collection, 1958 Edition, Page 1

1958

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.