Terryville High School - Orange and Black Yearbook (Terryville, CT)

 - Class of 1957

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mm N. ,Mah bN'N-W- 4-QW, .,,,.,. .AM ,X -,- " W 3 11 I mf V, 6 '- ww . uw? 1 A QM, --1 'Aw Ai X ,sm br 1 F lr Hg' WX SH ,,h gi-H4 "' y. - 'zwmn 4' ' 1 - EMM " 3 , in 2. . Y' T7 H' x H' t , A V wkif' The Senior Class Presents the RANGE AND BLACK of 1957 Terryville High School W U DEDICA Tl ON CONSTANT BLUM 5 will Q Between acts whale durectnng the Sensor Play We the class of 1957 dedicate our yearbook to you Mr Blum In recognition of your continual patience and wllllngness to help others You have been both teacher and fruend to us all X fl 'il ll X15 A lx Q vyflfl K Lklvk X ' Y '-sf I a E4 l ' 2' l k .vt . ll , . 5 l .1 l r y al A is tl xi , l ' , t , ly , . a Q 5 yr i , gh S I . K V! K z 1 , fy -, ' f A X fy. if I 5 I 4 I .Ml L X .K I ' I QQ YAVQ :MM UWT' ' fili :mx 6,51 S049 CONTENTS Sp ,QQ , Ip ,' A A ,E .a 4: E2 si '57 QV Dedication Admi' aTion F I y S ' CI U d I A . .. Congratulations to the class of '57 as they become alumni of our school system. Our way of life depends upon free- dom and constitutional government perpetuated by democratic education. It is our hope that you will help to pre- serve this system in the years to come. Raymond T. Malley PRINCIPAL SUPERINTENDENT To the Class of 1957: To each of you I extend my sincere con- gratulations for a iob well done. You were Freshmen when I first came to this school in January, 1954. This means that your class is the first one that I have had the pleasure of following throughout its high school ca- reer. It has truly been a real pleasure and a most satisfying experience. Your teachers and I have watched you develop into young men and women of which your home town, state, and nation can be iustly proud. In closing, I would like to leave this thought with you. The words come from a song which I am sure all of you have heard or sung at one time or another. They are words of advice which we would all do well to remember: "When you walk through a storm, keep your head up high and don't be afraid of the storm." , Stephen Tompkins FACULTY asf, I A 1 :gs r are V MR BENOIT MISS BLAKESLEE Languages English li 4144 'vu MRS CA r f I MR JAY Science D MR CAV 'x wr- MISS KORNACKI Nursnng Health Education ..."41, f MR BLUM Englush Assistant Prlnclpal Wir?-... 'NWN 'r..::" 'fr' MR GOSINSKI Business MR Hooxosrc 5 Mathematuc fa., xi 'Gs.,s MR LIPSKI MR MILLER Instruments Glee Club . I 4 Y' -' I Q A ,,,,,x K Y Sl X 'i' .f I I ,. I D A t . . b . ,hh ' af - ' I 1- INA .qk w "i " K ,3- I I -:ij , 'L M 'VN 4? -i 'C' MRS MGRRONE MISS NOVAK MRS PAINE Home Economics Socual Studies Business Guidance 5-3 MR RASPA MRS STAFFORD MISS UEBRICK YM Buslness yslcal Educahon MR VEGA MR ZAKREWSKI X Physical Education Socnal Siudles SL 54 u ' E V up uuu I W-If HI , . M ' 0 i U R . ' ' ' Tic ' f I 'A , Qs -I '. M R . . I . I d ' I A 1 ' Ph ' ' X, -- - IKGW, ' Xb- , A , .Mm 8 1 3 pf Q Y Wm mm f W1 sr RETA TOMPKINS lg? - - i ,124 mga . . .S , , 'la at f Q .,,. M. ,V rf L my Sabi ' -l 445.1-I! -" '+I-:E X.. 'CD a MARY EGERT N f W 1 WWE ,Q 5 X V J f. - 3, , , "w. V qv 1 Sk Q r l . N f E W-K 4 X ii . Herta Johnson, Mary Rusgrove, Elsie Bull, Dorothy Alley I' fa ,M 55 E ERNEST BUELL l l'l ' ' Ye! x E , xr . Harry Hale, Edward Grodecki, Walter Nypert RICHARD ALFORD Rich A man equal to any undertaking that he decides upon quiet serious willing CLASS GIGGLER AA I 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 4 Freshman Sophomore Rec tion 2 Athletic ti3ill?'ll-5?-fi? -Q-fate aw HENRY ARDEN ng Henry Service 2 3 4 Social Committee I 2 4 ,Mt Here s a man that can do it artisttc neat reliable BEST PALS CLASS ARTIST dswf' if Gee Club I 2 3 4 Dramatic Club I 3 4 Freshman Sophomore Reception Intramurals 'I 2 3 AA 2 3 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 O8-B Staff 4 in ,rggifg WI f-QOL ff 45315 " 'I 5 CARBLY Austlm Carolyn The mildest manners with the bravest mind. studious dainty loyal MOST SINCERE Motto Committee 4. EMERY AUSTIN Emery He that has no silver in his purse should have silver on his tongue. easy-going independent presumptuous CLASS GUM CHEWER AA I 2 3 4- Athletic Service 2 3- HVL Forum I 2 3 4- Moderator 3- Athletic Service I 2 3 4- Pep Club 1- Glee Club I 2 3 4- Special Chorus I- I - AA I 2 3 4- Intramurals 2- Camera Club 2- Junior Prom Committee 3- Bowl- ing Club President 3 4- 08.8 Staff 3 4- Graduation 3- Open House 4- Honor Society 3 4- Secretary-Treasurer 4- Magazine Campaign Co-Captain 4- Class W' -wa..-,rf Freshman-Sophomore Reception I- Student Council I 25 Parade of Youth I- Social Committee 4. . ,,!j!11' fl' 0 .lf WJM BETTY AXELBY 11BeHy11 "We find great things are made of little things." friendly, thoughtful, helpful AA 1 2 3 4 Glee Club I 2 3 4 Special Chorus 2 Open House Usherette 4 JOHN BALKE John The more he argued the questron the more we didn t agree argumentative diligent Independent CLASS ARGUER AAI 2 Bowling Clubl Volleyball l 2 3 4 Softball I Footballl 2 Tum blrng 1 Baseball Manager Assistant I Baseball Manager 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 2 Trmer 2 HVL Forum 3 4 Offnce Helper 4 Magazrne Campaign Captain 4 0 JANICE BEDNAZ an She ll bnghten the darks of your gloomnest mood aFlISfIC Cute competent MOST TYPICAL OF T H S CUTEST JV Basketball 1 2 Varsity Basketball 3 Softball I AA 1 2 3 4 Vice Pres dent 4 Athletlc Servuce 1 2 4 Dramatuc Club l 2 Glee Club T Freshman Sophomore Reception Committee 2 Chairman 2 Usherette Open House 3 4 Class Night 3 Graduatuon 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 O8-B Staff 4 tid!! 4 llmlfyolpf l lylaflfwjl ll? ' fl f,JlZW,,2lMi2fj! 'lfldfzlzlf VYlLMAf B JNA EL Willie Steadfast of thought well made well wrought competent genuine courteous MOST POLITE AA I 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 4 Special Chorus 2 Camera Club 2 Bowling Club 3 4 Dramatic Club 4 Open House Receptionist A Athletvc Servuce 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 mx - . X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , g 1. 11 - - 1 11 , . . . I .. I. J 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 r 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 4 1, ,, h V I A yjf ,9 11 1 . 1 '11 "1 1 U N 11- 'N' 1 1 1 1 1 1' l- la . 1 .1 1 I r 71 1 Z 1 I Y' I I l ll 1 if ,f 1 film 'Wd VU 'l'l' 1 ,vLf l 11 U Lztl ll, ,1 , ff , iff .' l' 1 1:1 f 1 fe 1 7' f W " .f',ll11 Q' X if V, .ff 1 G 11 --11 K 11 v 1 .11 Nor 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' .1. ' 1 U ' 2, .f-f' qui' THOMAS BORKOWSKI "Tommy" "Silence is more eloquent than words." mechanical, hard-working, calm Orchestra I 2' Intramurals I- Band I- AA 2 . EDWARD BRZANKALSKI He knows the roy of smllrng and makrng other people smlle mechamcal humorous gennal JANET BUDZIENSKI Bu Intent pleasant relrable CLASS BLUSHER ee Club I 2 tramurals I 2 Freld d Track Team I 2 3 4 A Its a kind of quiet pleasure to study not to get a mark lust to learn -V rf' 95,9 -r-I I I J AA4 Athletuc Servtcel 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Pep Club I 2 Intramurals I 2 3 4 Class Secretary I 2 4 Softball I 2 Bowllng Club 3 4 Nurses Club I 2 3 Specoal Chorus 2 Jumor Prom Commrttee 3 Sensor Prom Corn Soclety 3 4 2 WILLIAM BUDZENSKI I The best of all games rs the playmg rf you grve the best an you athletrc debonarr energetrc BEST LOOKING MOST POPULAR PEPPIEST MOST TYPICAL OF T H S CHANGED MOST SINCE FRESHMAN YEAR AAI 2 Vnce Presrdent 3 Presrdent4 JV Basketball I 2 3 Captam I Varsrty Basketball 3 4 Captam 4 Freshman Sophomore Receptron I Glee Club I Varsrty Baseball I 2 3 4 Co-Captam 4 Newspaper Staffl 2 3 4 Class Presrdent 2 Rlng Commuttee 2 Intramurals 2 A Student Counctl 3 O8-B Staff 4 mrttee 4 Freshman Sophomore Receptron Cornrnnttee I O8tB Staff 4 Honor V9 fzfff WIA tba. r If ff f M My "Never say more than is necessary." agreeable, athletic, mannerly 0 X. X0 of f tab MOST ATHLETIC, MOST SINCERE Iv C , 1 J? If Dy' Q X' HM ywfvffl I AA I, 2, 3, 4- tramurals 4, Referee 45 Gl e Club I, Basketball I, 2, Varsity I, 2, 3, , Co- ,Golf Club 3, 4, Student Council 4. 'Wifi I I MARGARET COY ag cw Penny M Doing easily what others thd difficult as talent versatile petite saucy MOST VERSATILE PEPPIEST Gee Club I 2 3 4 Secretaryl 2 AAI 2 3 4 Open House 4 Athe c Servucel 2 3 Assembly I 2 3 4 Special Chorus I 2 Nurses Club Intramurals I Class Treasurer 2 Junior Prom 3 Cheerleader 4 Bowling Club 4 Social Committee 4 ,WWW ERNESTINE curzns M Tina X There is a certain sureness poise almost a glow ,I I poised precise gracious MOST DIGNIFIED DONE MOST FOR SCHOOL DONE MOST FOR CLASS AAI 2 3 4 Glee ClubI 2 3 4 Special Chorus 2 Assembly 2 3 4 HV Forum I OSB Editor 4 Junior Prom Committee 3g Social Committee 3 Dra 1: .fo 'Vgjggp matic Club 4 Open House Usherette 3 Honor Sew FREDERICK DEN Fred The reason firm the temperate will endurance foresight strength and skull wise individualistic commanding MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST DIGNIFIED MOST TALKATIVE DONE MOST FOR CLASS DONE MOST FOR SCHOOL CLASS MUSICIAN MOST PERSUASIVE Milford Hugh Band I Orchestra I Bristol High Bristol Vt Student Council I Glee Clubl AAI Soccerl Terryville High AA 3 4 Band 2 3 4 All State 2 Orchestra 2 3 4 Student Council 2 3 4 State Convention 2 3 Class Sec retary 2 President 3 Dramatucs 2 3 Assemblies 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 HVL 2 3 OSB Staff 2 Parade of Youth Forum 2 Correspondent 4 Ring Committee 2 Prom 4 Honor Society 3 4 Receptionist 4 I 0-rg . 1 5 ff H a MC' W , aff' -J KL 'XJ' VIZ!! Z jj,-a 'X wi 7' I 'Qwf ' Sf' yy , " , I r fl"I W ff ,auf ly 511' SANDRA DINGWELL "Sandra" "IT's good to be merry and wise, it's good to be honest and true." merry, contented, reasonable Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD DOYLE Poncho gt, How rare how precious IS fnvolny -Z-, carefree good nafured durable AAI 2 3 In1ramurals2 ww MARYELLEN DWYER Maryellen Llfe ns very short and uncertaln I 1 d darlng durect fllrfatlous CLASS COMEDIAN MOST TALKATIVE C SS CUT UP CLASS FLIRT CLASS POLITICIAN e us spen It whale we can AAI 2 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 Grad Usherehe 3 Glee Club 4 HVL Forum 3 4 Junior P r rom ommmee 4 MI 'III PATRICIA EVANOSKI 5 Let me llve un my house by ihe side of the road and be a friend of man self possessed mrld able AA 2 3 Graduafuon Usheretie 3 Bowlmg Club A I 1 f fv- NW I I . I I r : , 2 I 1 2 b l, , 1 ' rom Co i11ee 1 Class Vice President 4, Senio P C ' . 3 ,, , 7 2 f ,.. Q up ,H , ,I - - V . in ,I 5 I v QB' SHIRLEY FAHIE Re Your modesty s a candle to your ment trrm modest unassumrng AA I 2 3 4 Junuor Prom Commrttee 3 Freshman Sophomore Reception Com moftee 2 '64 fj,... foil., ALBERTA FLANDERS Alberta "' 7? woman of mystery come among us Vx reserved modest patnent fo! SHORTEST QUIETEST M Hartford Publrc Hugh School Grrls League 2 3 "al- THEODORE FREHEIT Teddy Srlence IS golden ma-W quset behaved reserved my Glee Club I AA I 2 3 Intramural Basketball I Intramural Softball 3 9:1 lid Viv MONCRIEFF GALLOWAY Sandy Stull waters run deep easy gonng calm patrent Prom Commrttee 4 .4-it Gee Club I 4 Intramurals I AA I 2 3 A Freld and Track Team 2 Sensor ALLAN GOODWIN Big Goodle Every mans affairs however little are important to himself talkative determined easy Glee Club2 lntramuralsl 2 3 4 RALPH GOODWIN Little Goodie Not too serious not too gay happy in every way smallish likable happy p I ,fl-,fy-5 It was her thinking of others that made you think of her vavacious kind encouraging MOST DRAMATIC I 2 3 4 Pep Clu 2 Spec C ELIZABETH GORACK Betty mittee 2 3 Intramurals 2 4 Bowling Club 3 4 ' 'Liv I.,. ff JEAN GRAHAM Jean The little cares that fretted me I lost them yesterday. neat genial cute BEST DRESSED CHANGED MOST SINCE FRESHMAN YEAR AA I 2 3 4- Nurses Club I 2 Treasurer I Secretary 2- Junior Prom Com- mittee 3- Freshman-Sophomore Reception 1 2- Intramurals 3 4- Senior Prom mmittee 4 Co-Chairman 4- AA Council 4- Basketball 4- Receptionist for - urses Room 4- Usherette Class Night and Graduation 3- Open House 4. -nf--vb N-4' AA 4 Glee Club I Intramurals I 2 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Cafeteria Nurses Clubl 2 3 4 Vice President 3 4 Athletic Service 2 3 Social Com GWENDOLYN HAIRE Gwen Modesty is the citadel of beauty and of virtue modest pretty responsible I 2 3 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Special Chorus 3 Bowling Club 4 O I Receptionist 4 O8-B Staff 4 Class Night and Graduation Usherette 3 MARY HARRlGAN Mary A thing worth doing at all is worth studious confident ambitious MOST STUDIOUS Glee Club 'I 2 3 4 Speclal Chorus 1 3 4 Assem 4 HVL Forum l 4 Dramatic Club 2 n Council 2 ev orf Committee 2 Intramurals 3 4 Bowling Club Play Day erette and Waitress 3 Athletic Service 3 4 Junior Pro C uttee 3 al Com mittee 3 4 Honor Society 3 4 President 4 Open Ho e Usheret 4 News paper Staff 4 Editor 4 79' vu MARGUE E REGORY Greg Personal beauty is a greater recommendation than any letter of lntroduction attractive stately dashing A I 2 3 4 Pep Clubl 2 Athletic Service l 2 3 Class Vice President 2 Social Committee l 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Office Receptionist 2 4 Student Cduncil 2 4 Open House Usherette 3 Assembly 2 Intramural Com mittee 2 Dance Band 2 3 AA Control Board 3 Basketball Banquet Waitress 1 Senior Prom Committee 4 if 'X Wh- RUTH KENNESON "Ruth" "She beguiles with talk the slow-moving hours." talkative, argcmentative, gregarious 4 GUM CHEWERS Glee Club lg Dramatic Club 2g Bowling Club 3g Open House Usherette 3g AA 3. MORGAN KIRLEY "Curley" "These are the ioys of the open road, for him who travels without a load." lanky, roguish, enduring Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Intramurals I, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, Manager of Elementary - Sports Team l, 2, 35 Assembly 3. ,G Ja' mwsgy any ew MQW' Bef' W JOHN KRINISKE Jack MOST POLITE A qulet consctence makes one so serene' conscuentuous musical calm c estra l 2 3 d 3 A Club 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 4 Baseball Manager 3 Dramatic Club 3 4 AAT 2 3 A Announcement Commnttee 4 EVELYN KUSKOSKI X Chrrs Muslc hath charms muslcal co operahve serlous e Clubl 2 3 A Specnal Chorusl 2 AAT 2 3 4 Athletuc Service 'I 3 A Pep Club l 2 Basketball Banquet Usherette l Soczal Commlttee T 2 3 4 Freshman Sophomore Receptlon Commlttee 2 Varstty Basketball 3 Orchestra 2 3 4 Dance Band 2 3 4 Receptnomst 3 Junior Prom Commlttee 3 Open House Usherette 3 Play Day 3 X X x xix A 5 .Jg,s,, ALFRED LONGO i A l have made a great dlscovery what I love belongs to me actor adventurous comucal TALLEST CLASS COMEDIAN CLASS CUT UP 'Qu-ff AA T 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Referee 4 JV Basket was-st ball 2 Varsny 3 A Class Treasurer I Socual Commuttee A at f ', ll ll . 22 2 2 22 2 Or h , , 2 Ai Bart l2 2, 2 2 G0lf 2 2 2 H , p 2 ' 2 2 2 2 2 2 . . lm! 3 X , 6 22 2 22 A., , r2 . 22 1' . . . r ' I , 3 Q Gle 2 2 2 2 ' 2 2 , 2 2 2 ' ' 2 22 ' 2 N 1 2 2 2 2 2 ' ' 2 2 2 f ' 2 - 2 2 , , 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 . . 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K 1 ,. f - 'iii--Q g fun '1""':r 'Wi HELENA Helena Polnteness ns to do and say the knndest thrng nn the kundest way qulet dulugent polrte BEST PALS MACKIEWICZ ,v- K .frm A . 1, ,XS 3 w Q N KN, 1 . an L It Q AU DREY LYGA Aud Tas good to be merry and wrse talkatlve merry nmplsh CLASS GIGGLER C mera Clubl 2 Pep Clubl 2 Glee Clubl 3 4 AAI 2 3 4 Intramurals I 2 Specnal Chorus I Bowlung Club 3 4 Junior Prom Commuttee 3 Freld Hockey A O8-B Staff A Announcements Commuttee 4 Glee Club I AA I 2 3 A Intramurals2 WMM C9 Affiffw JEAN MACKIEWICZ Jean A falthful frnend ns a strong defense I , glggly good naturecl friendly M BEST PALS AA I 2 3 4 Basketball I 4 Glee Club 'I Intramurals 3 Bowlmg Club A 3 in 'i, sv., TERRENCE MASLAK Terry' Courtesy wins all women. neat courteous, nonchalant BEST DRESSED Airplane Club I- Glee Club I 2 3 4- Golf Club I 3 4' Dramatic Club Special Chorus I 2- Student Council 3. hw WNW? 123' 1 , X l i WALLACE MENDELA - ' ,t ,- "Wally" ' ' 4' "Manners make the man," ' ' well-mannered, musical, fair MOST FRIENDLY Golf Club l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 2, Vice President 3, 4, Captain 4, Glee Club l, 2, 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, Special Chorus lg Intramurals l, 2, 35 AA 2 3 4- Senior Prom Committee 4. N' ,ww CAROL MIASTKOWSKI Mi o Here is a dear and truly industrious friend busy likable sociable CLASS WIT c estra l 2 Glee Club l 2 3 4 ecial Chorus l 2 AA 'l 2 murals l 2 3 4 Pep Club l 2 Dramatic Club 'l 2 3 4 Vice Pres: 2 Secretary 3 Social Committee l 2 3 HVL Forum l Athletic Service 2 3 4 Freshman Sophomore Reception Committee 2 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Volleyball Playday 3 Class Vice President 3 CAROL MINOR Carol A wise old owl sat on an oak the more he saw the less he spoke 'ul' refined loyal orderly 2 3 e ub nt Clu Junior He is a gentleman from sole to crown RONALDO MORNEAULT P Frenchie 64 'Q-nf' light hearted popular musical BIGGEST APPETITE 1 2 3 4 Drama c Clubl 2 3 4 Vice Pres: ent4 Intramurals l 2 4 Airplane Club l Athletic Service l Basketball 2 Varsity 4 O8tB Staff 4 O SYN-I 1 r x ' 4 JVJ - . 5 C f Q1 , ,. 3 t, A A wb O ,yy ,, ., ,, Orh ,: , , , 159' ,: ,,3,4:ln- tra L , , , 5 , 5 ' , , , , ' 'dent f, f i f ' 7, Ll, L . , U.. ,X F p v - 1 ' 4 , . ' , VQX ' ,E F, , ' L 5' I L 2 l I 'i , - l f L " : fkyf l ,A r , . , K If , . A . J E A , A ,. ' I rg f- ,+, V 'I - A a' A , I , 'J fl 'Wh l , 1 4 f 'Ci 3. A' AA , ,4, one ci 1, 2, 3, 4,l ramu ls 3, B nh b 3, 4, ' I Prom Committee 3, Social Com ' 3, 4, L F u l, il IV 'xx ' , , A i 94? ' ' X ,. , ' f L l f ' L 4 , ,ffl if Ll 4 C, 3 A f C A U 3 A f f fl! if r , i ff X 1 f iff. y lf , xx it , ,,, t , yi , , J, s mf . A I I , I , iff 7, , . f vi N AA,,,: ii ', SA ,go 17 x ' Q 2 KLA4 W' :x 'sn H4 2 X 7' ,' ' . ,- , 'r "' -r 75' 1 - if ' -P .A U' Q ' f - ,JJ sb 34 - 1. N- J, 0' rv V' Q. JOAN MOZELAK f M "Moosie" 7 "l dreamt that I dwelt in marble halls, with serfs at my side." active, dreamy, proud Glee Club I, 3, 4, AA 'l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 'l, 2, Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, Bowling Club 3, 4, Treasurer 47 Open House 3, Senior Prom Com- mittee 4, Class Motto Committee 4. PAUL NEWCITY Moderation is the noblest gift of Heaven. mechanical respectful friendly A 1 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Special Chorus 3 Pep Club I Baseball Managerl Band I 2 Orchestra l 2 Intramurals I 2 3 Track Team Freshman Sophomore Reception Committee 2 Social Committee 3 X if DOROTHY NORTON or One enemy is too much Glee Club I 2 Special Chorus 2 W considerate warm sociable y 4?- ,MQWIQM PATRICIA NY ERT I5 K5 6 tall quiet sh TALLEST Int-pam als I B C ub 3 4 Class Night Usherette 3 llxg Cl HBO, A , , I, : l ,,,, ' 1 1 2 , : ' , ': ' , , r ,3: 0, . 1 . . Mg . HD ,, , O! lyl ' My 0 . X ffpw , v "And ioin with the , c ace an Quietikp ' ' if , , ,3, lu , B i , , ' fam ll 'U' ll ll R - I I9 I N I LN Rkofxxikvkx vi A'XY'K0fX 5 Xl: .ps-no 2-VKX ' BARBARA PACKER "Bobs" "I agree with no man's opinions, I have some of my own." cheerful, fun-loving, carefree AA I, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Service 2, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Fres an'Sophomore Reception I, 2, Open House Usherette 2, 4, Junior P m Co mittee 3, Pep Club I, 2, Dance Band 2, 3, Graduation Usherettet3- aehio - ow 3 fl Nl X I full u v if jygff A I, ,IVV ,ffl IJNIJ Lb KU W DAVID PLEVA Dave It matters not how long we live but how adventurous sharp friendly AA 4 e Band I Junior PP' m e 3 Senior WMM, W HOMAS YZ SKI Tommy Worries? I have none ntramuralsl 2 Newspaper 3 Baseball 2 3 M Prom Committee 4 brisk carefree confident '-lt' ts, , lv JV Basketball I 2 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Band 'I 2 T"""7 Committee I 2 3 Special Chorus 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Freshman Sophomore Receptionl AAI 2 3 4 Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Social xg ,I ROBERT QUINN M Bo I am wealthy In my friends M Q artistic helpful unconcerned MCST COOPERATIVE MOST DEPENDABLE AAI 2 3 4 Social Committee I 2 3 4 Baseball Man gerl 3 4 Dramatic Clubl 2 3 4 President4 Basketball Manager2 3 4 FreshrnanSophomore Reception Committee 2 Intramurals 2 3 4 Golf Club 3 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Class Treasurer 4 08.5 Staff 4 T W' ' , ll l L If Q , A U1 Vlflyii 1 X L5 Je Ifgblxtf 21, Vfll Xl' IXX X . K 4' . J A If I ' l c' ff' J 4, uk' A J IU 'U NW! Llblxlf Q H H 1 I h ,f un' H . ',, : , I uf 1 f W' I,2,3,i,Glel bl, I ,1 . I I '47 , I I 0 I l U- lf? ' l 1 l I ,, . ,, M JM! If I Jr! l H bf' , I , if gt ,,,, '. 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PATRICIA RADJESKI Glo 'SM lj fi, To love to read ns to exchange hours of ennuu fo of dellght responslble lntelllgent ulet up O8.B Staff I Camera Cl r 2 3 4 Intramura s Gee Club I 2 3 gp nal Chorus Pep lub Open House Enterta1n nh ment 2 B Newip r Staff nn D ent Commnttee 4 ,W W A ready machune always w u up oln KAY READ Kay peppy popular fhrtatnous Rlj CLASS ARGUER MOST PERS ASlVEf l 2 Freshman Sophomore Receptlonl 2 JV Basketball 'l Nurse Clu l Student v"""' Counc1I 2 Recept1on1st 2 Youth Recreatuon 2 Jumor Prom Us erette Open House 3 Class N1ght 3 Swnmmmg Team 3 Bowlung Club 4 Semor Prom 4 OffIC6 Receptuonnst 4 Cheerleader 4 Athletuc S-ervuce 3 Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Name Card Commnttee 4 Assembly 4 cna ee I if RONALD REED Ronme No one can guve you better advuce than yourself mnschevuous w1tty 11qu1s1t1ve AA 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Soclal Commlttee 4 Intramurals 2 iii mee "She knows where she IS golng, we envy er stabllnty " confldent, argumentatlve, wholesome MOST LlKELY TO SUCCEED AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Softball I, Latm Club 2, Dramatlc Club 4 Socual Commuttee 4, Assembly 2, 4, O8-B Staff 4, Natnonal French Contest 2, Newspaper Staff 4, Class Motto Commuttee 4 U ' , 2 . ' ft l1 ' I Z ,Aff 1 Xi -ma' 7 ,af , if 1 X ,-' 2 1 KJ., Q F X I 3 IJ f ' ' ffl ,Ml,ix'QJa I J H S , are ,fs K1 A RJ . jf f J l y ,r I 1 1- . . r, in D up 'ff r A ,, . . , K A la l I l I 1 I 'C r , 'l,2,Pesiet,AA,,,, l1,2,4, 4 AX I 1 , , ,f ' : : ' - ,Z E' : lx 4: : I ' ' . .1 A X I X ' K A Y X I I ,J .J J A A 1 f . l'1 D A ' at 3, 'I l C 1 A JI1 ly X f . '. . 1 Q, ' 1 AA , ,a, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, G14 Club 1, :1,ll1xA0' 1 ,2, 3, 1 I ' ' . 1 2 ' A 2 I ex, ,t . . I . I .I . . . Q ' l ,je-"g """'5' wjy' R ES ROSKOSKY 'Fran" 'She doeth' little kindnesses which most leave undone or despised." xciteable, -steadfast, ambitious AA l, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club I, 2, 35 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club l, 25 Office Receptionist 25 HVL Forum l, 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Bowling Club 35 Newspaper Staff 3, 45 Open House Usherette 45 Magazine Campaign Co-Captain 45 O8.B Staff 45 Laurel Girls' State 35 G adua ion Usherette 3' Vol- ,ft etbe E, me ll' IEW ROB RT RUSSELL Bo Laughter holding both his sides enthusiastic capable competent MOST DRAMATIC CLASS FURT MOST VERSATILE CLASS WITS Band 2 3 4 Dance Band 2 3 Class President 4 Treasurer 3 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Special Chorus 2 Prom Committee 3 Social Committee 3 HVL Forum 2 3 AA l 2 3 4 Athletic Service 'l Freshman Sophomore Reception Com mittee 2 Pep Club l Student Council 3 Dramattc Club 'I 2 3 O8-B Staff 4 BIA RY e heavens are as deep as our aspirations are htgh vi rous vivacnous enthusiasts: about sports MOST POPULAR AAI 2 3 A Glee Club 3 A Social Committee l 2 3 Office Receptionist 1 2 4 Dramatic Club 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom 4 Usherette Class Night 3 Cheerleader 3 4 Co Captain 4 HVL Forum l Freshman Sopho more Reception l Pep Club I 2 Intramurals l Pep Assembly 4 Magazine Campaign Captain 4 Open House Reception 3 A FREDERICK SCHWALM Fred Talk to him of Jacobs ladder and he would ask you the number of steps responsible quiet studlous MOST STUDIOUS QUIETEST Athletic Service l Student Council 2 AJQAM li' y O . X , EMILY sc LLE , ggnbby "Lee" x "Good nature and go cl ns re her companions.' fair, frank, friendly fi if AA l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, Pep Club l, 2, Office Receptionist 3, 4, Athletic Service l, 3, Manager of Girls' Softball i, Maiorette l, 2, 3, 4, Captain l, 2, , .- 52 cYNTH1A scott 'R "Cynthia" "Life is not at all without delight!!" calm, stable, alert .,,...-I AA 1, 2, 4, Glee Club I, 2, Hockey 1, 2, Social Committee I, Intramurals A 1, 2, 4, oaa staff 2. o rxrxfijey ARTHUR SHEA XF NA nn "He knows the ioy of smiling, and making other people smile." , energetic, happy, cooperative Freshman-Sophomore Reception Committee 2, Junior Prom Committee 3, JV gh' Basketball l, Senior Prom Committee 4, Intramurals l. Wpyigfjfl MARY A SIEMIATKOSKI All . "Mary Ann" "Nothing was ever achieved without enthusiasm." excitable, thoughtful, enthusiastic Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Nurses Club I, 2, 3, 4, AA I, 2, Pep Club l, Special Chorus 2, Bowling Club 3, Open House Usherette 4. f 1' vnf' A. 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CAROL SLOVINSKI yi "Silvef' "A hit, a very palpable hit." 1 f versatile, neat, attractive MOST ATHLETIC, BEST LOOKING Basketball l, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 47 Athletic Service Nurses Club 2- Softball 2 3- Bowling lu 3 4- Special Chorus 3' 081B Staff 4 Pep Club l 2 Play Day 2 3 CAROL THOMPSON xww QQ X W Carol' Qjf Her lot seems light her heart seems gay Q M friendly easy-going mischievous I 2 3 4 Dramatic Clubl 2 Glee Club 2 4 Bo mg Club Intramurals 4 . . iz' wif 2 3 4- Social Com ' ee 4- lntr 5 - is d n all speec polite k at I t AA 3 sl 3BketbalIl234SoftbaIll 234 Dayl 2 Basketball Captain 4 BETTY SUCKLEY Betty Ann True artists are almost the only men who do their work with pleasure original artistic hearty CLASS ARTIST MOST ORIGINAL BIGGEST APPETITES Glee Club I 2 Pep Club I AA 2 3 4 HVL Forum I Camera Club 2 Dra matic Club 3 4 Intramurals 2 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Bowling Club 3 4 Open House 3 Graduation Usherette 3 Nurses Club 4 Student Council 4 Newspaper Staff 4 ORB Staff 4 .J JF V Wkf 'U VBS fjvllh N e ON asf 'E' of . tj at PETE CHESKI Pete A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows robust amicable from Bristol Bristol Hugh School AA l 2 Student Council l Football 'l 2 Terryvulle High Vw School AA3 4 STANLEY TUCHOLSKI Stash Few things are impossible to diligence and skill industrious sincere trustworthy BEST PALS MOST ORIGlNAL AA l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl OILB Staff l 3 4 Assistant Editor A HVL Forum Dramatic Club 3 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom 4 Class Motto Committee 4 Freshman Sophomore Reception Committee 2 Special Chorus 2 Honor Society 3 4 Vlce President 4 Student Council l Revisory Committee 2 'ZX RUTH URBAN Ruthle ln perfect honour perfect truth and gentleness to all mankind ,-9,5 dependable sincere pleasant MOST COOPERATIVE MOST DEPENDABLE A l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Orchestra l 2 Social Committee l 2 3 yt Junior Prom Commnttee 3 Athletic Service l 2 3 Int am rals 'l 2 3 4 Bowling Club 3 4 Secretary 4 Nurses Club 2 Honor Society 3 4 Student Council 4 President 4 O8-B Staff 4 Softball Team 2 DAR Good Citizenship Award 4 Pep Club l 2 3 Freshman Sophomore Reception l 2 Wffifif El.lZABETH VISI Betty ' She seems so near and -1 Yet so far. X efficient diligent subtle CLASS DREAMER AA 2 3 4- Glee Club l 4- Intramurals 3 4- Class Motto Committee 4' O88 Staff 4. Staff 4. WT WJ ANN w billy Ann ,J J She as the mnrror of all courtesy popular frnendly courteous MOST FRIENDLY Duryea Hugh School Class Secretary l 2 Band l 2 3 Newspaper Staff 3 Hospltal Auxnluary Presndent 3 Terryvnlle Hugh School Glee Club 4 Bowling Club A Nurses Club 4 Open House Usherette A AA 4 Athletnc Servvce 4 Assembly 4 Nurses Offnce Receptuomst 4 wwf N :sqm Natalie Its nice to be na en y AgJ neat please n 1 2 d nt My '13 STEPHEN moss Steve Whats for lunch'-7 wutty bold robust AA I 2 3 A Band I Glee Club l Camera Clu CLASS COLORS Red and Whlte CLASS FLOWER Carnatlon CLASS MOTTO In the Hands of God We Place Our Future HERE THERE , The First D Honor Society AN Dance January 25, 1957 --1, 22 QQ 'HSMQ 'Wh' Q ii", as-wig or Dnver Educahorw Graduanon Marshals 1956 fx' "W--M Terry Maslak Carol Miastkowski FHM -4--Au :J n, ' -fkf, ' 1 www- Mr. Lipski, Walter Smolenski "The Mob" x 5. 'iw MAGAZINE CAMPAIGN This year The seniors achieved The TradiTional goal of The Magazine Campaign. This goal is To surpass The previous class in magazine sales, which we did successfully wiTh a ToTal of S5,000. The compeTing Teams inTo which The class divided were The Orange Team wiTh PaT Ryan as capTain and Frances Roskosky co-capTain, under Mr. RaspanTi, and The Black Team wiTh John Balke as capTain and Carolyn Ausfin co-capTain, under Mr. Blum. ThroughouT The campaign Mr. Zak- rewski provided help and encouragemenT. The Orange Team, The losers, was The sponsor of The cusTomary Magazine Campaign Dance. The gym was decoraTed wiTh covers from magazines of all Types. sw. Y N xr! ' TZ., ' ii! -1 '73 E 4. 'qv 9" . N, fi N: 'Nec' AH! 'Q fur ju Q R 'mix A my .vp 1Pn g.f-ufa 44x ww-fx JUNIOR PROM SHANGRI-LA N 1 - h x Q i f P ,N . ,Q ?l-... :N Grand March-Susan Jay, John Peplowski, Patricia Perrin, John Vita, Florence Budzenski, Stephen Adamski, Sally Johnson, Julian Wotiusik. .Nm ' wiffrmw 'iq Princess Sally Johnson and Prince Julian Woitusik being crowned. x.',,rs e z Q , -J At the punch bowl-Joe Pilbin, Barbara Kochanski, Florence Budzenski, Siephen Adamsl-ci. 'X 4 y 5 I . lv I ,gi lk' X x 1 ' J J X Y! iw? v,,. 4-"1""' vAnu'S"f" an ABU V- , arg s ., .avi -fiqrf FlOW9f5 fOr MISS NOvBll WHO 6556765 in The Gfand Maffli- Class advisors Mrs. Paine, Miss Blakeslee, Mr, Zalcrewski and Mr, Cavanaugh presenting gifts to The crowned couple, jim' R14 THE FASHION SHOW Each year The home economics classes, under the direction of Mrs. Morrone, present a fashion show. This year's show was called "Dealing in Fashion." 'S I' K ' 1 E 5 . 3, - 4 3 as H Mrs. Morrone, Tara Flanagan, Jayne ,Blum. fl 5 , if c is 5 d 15 IK pf H .sl rl? 0 5 A 5, I , V ,l ll s H XR' 1 inlay.- T" Ruth Urban, Mrs. Morrone, Ann Waste, Tina Cur tis, Fred Denny. T.H.S. Models . .wnmw X F-., ,fl vlllll l fl xx , Ruth Urban, Ann Wasta. Art Shea, Fred Denny. X.. t-,-w-- THE ORANGE AND Eughteen senlors elected by thelr class produce the annual Terryvllle Hugh School yearbook which plctures the hlghltghts of the school year from March of thelr lunuor year through February of thenr senlor year Thus year the edltortn chief assnsted by her staff planned the layout of the book un the fall Photographs and copy were prepared by the staff to meet the lnth 1 is Sports Editors Boys Sports Bob Qunnn sw Bull BUdZel'lSkI 6-Q.. Acttvmes Frenchte Morneault Carolyn Austln Busrness Managers Ruth Urban Rhoda Rtchards Actlvlttes Editors Semor Class Fran Roskosky Mary Harrtgan .luntor Representarfves Carol Race John Smolenskt John Peplowskt Typtsts Janet Budzlenskl Betty Vast Gwendolyn Halre Audrey Lyga Editor tn Chief TINA CURTIS .4 fl Business Managers ,093 Semor Class Editors Jumor Representatives Typfsys -. - . I . I r fl , F - 4. ,fs 5 9 xx ' 5 , Q . lv, Ji L ci 3932? fi. VW. . flu E BLACK STAFF ographers three deadlnnes of December January and March The sensor staff selected four senior typrsts and seven representatrves of the other classes to help In the pro ductlon of the yearbook Milo was the photographer Miss Althea Blakeslee and Mr Casmur Hodkoskl the advisors ports Editors Sports Editor Carol Slovlnsku Carol Mrastkowsku Photography Robert Russell Januce Bednaz Hrghlrghts Nafalle Wf'9l1l Photography Ednors Betty Gorack Art Edrtor Betty Ann Suckley Henry Arden Sophomore Representatrves Judy Slovmskm Frances Budzlenskr Freshman Representanves Allason Haase Stephen Zepecku Assrstant Edrtor In Chief STANLEY TUCHOLSKI Art Editors H,ghl,ghf gdnors Freshman Repfesef-,fanves Sophomore Representatives '! P51 'fr 1 I I S . . . 1 - ' ,,. 4. . . fy s. V. BOWLING CLUB First row Cormier Mattoon Urban Kratzle Murawski Hart Cherry Mrs Paine Mozelak Mackiewicz Pritchard Cook Borowy Suck Iey Nypert Paoletti Stevens Second row Roland OMalley Hilden Musante Johnson Laurentano Gorack Austin Thompson Harrigan Eden Prystash Haase Sheppard Prystash Lyga Radieski Third row Read Zalaski Urban Read Evanoski Wright Haire Bertnagel Siemiatoskl Wasta Krinitsky Barker Seeley Kirley Porter The Bowling Club under the direction of Mrs Joann Paine, is made up of six competitive teams The officers are Carolyn Austin president Ruth Urban secretary Joan Mozelalc treasurer FUTURE NURSES CLUB First row: Milewski, Canfield, Graham, Wasta, Mattoon, Wright, Gorack, Apt, Siemiatoski, Kazypenski, Seeley. Second row: Novack, Bannick, Barker, Cormier, Green, Miss Kornacki, Piazza, Haase, Ozerhauski, Rhode, Oelschlegel. The Future Nurses Club, under the direction of Miss Stella Kornacki, R.N., gives the girls interested in nursing as a career a chance to visit hospitals and study first aid. SENIOR GLEE CLUB Y' Clflh 3 The Glee Clubs under the musical direction ot Mr. Fred Miller bring enjoyment and a musical education to those students deserving it. At an audition held this September two hundred students were selected as members of the Glee Clubs. Glee Club is a regular school subject because it occupies a complete period and offers one-fourth credit per year. FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB mmf, ' W em., A , -.:ffaw7- 'Q Ls1L.L'4f 1' Q My , Qgsafwig- fi .55-'fwfiffa L ' ,,,,' wwf ,-:vw 3' Q N., f:A,L. 5 f5'.',g-15,5 qi A xi?.Qn,, Jef? VI- in ,Q 1 nw, M M, , , CHEERLEADERS M4 LINDA i P. Hilden, L, Hilden, S. Johnson, K. Read, S. Jay, P. Ryan, B. Johnson, B. Kohanski, P. Coy. To start the basketball season, the cheerleaders led by caplain Susan Jay put on a pep assembly for the student body. The Cheerleaders composed5a new Fight cheer. The Sadie Hawkins SALLY dance, sponsored by. the cheerleaders, was given to raise money for new uniforms. The group chose Linda Hilden as "Daisy Mae" and David Pleva as "L'iI Abner." The cheerleaders' 1 transportation was provided by their o coach, Miss Uebrick and Mrs. Johnson. H ii Z . w FLOSSIE M 0 5, llqqx I I if ,ff jj QL W h Q4 TJ . jd, ,V Dry inf ,J K i i V, ,fr .fj M i 1 i f X jd X f' KAY BARBARA rf W 2 W5 JU fi, L 1? ' , , 'IJ PENNY PAULA S141 J 1 Lv fi f 3 Q xx ij O i v - , ' i f, 'I fr 3 if I ff T y' cf' 9 ,A . iii! K PM gf J A is W Q, SUE PT PAT 1 gil wi' ii? 3' , y 3 ' X 3 M A gf rig? Og' Q ,, W 0 S mn Q JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL em,- First row, left to right: Roger Norton, Dick Hoffman, Raymond Konopaske, Richard Wollenburg, Edward Plawecki, Ralph Tedesco, George Kovalesky, John Kovalesky, Robert Siemiatkaski, George Laurie. Second row: James Klimkosky, Dave Audiano, Steve West, Raymond Mararel, Patrick Perugino, Mr. Zakrewski, John Bertnagle, Jack Perkins, Leon Mackiewicz, Wallace Mendela, Stephen Adamovich. The Junior Varsity team of Terryville High School, under the excellent coaching of William Zakrewski, brought forth one of the finest exhibitions of basketball ever seen in high school. The talented Jayvees will fill the vacancies in the T957- l958 Varsity team. The Jayvees have no intentions of breaking the winning streak and will carry the Orange and Black to a successful season again in '57-'58. Terryville St. Anthony's Terryville, ,,,,,cc, Watertown Terryville Regional rasur Terryville Gilbert Terryville Litchfield ,,,,, Terryville Morgan s,,, Terryville ss,sss..aa,, Abbott Tech Terryville Thomaston Terryville Gilbert c,,,,, Terryvillec c,,ca,aaa , Wamogo Terryville, ,,ac,cs,c L Terryville Terryville Terryville Terryville, ,c,sc J J Terryville c,,cac a,ca, Terryville ccc,,,ccc,,, Terryville Terryville Watertown La Salette St. Thomas St. Anthony's Litchfield ,,cc, Regional La Salette Thomaston Wamogo be , Halfetime strategy XLJAM .QML Nc QTAWJ' ffm! 1 t if 'T' ll lil! -4,3 ,x t ,A aiu-.t H V t f 1 Ylvlxww ft iq 1 ti I iai- . , g , c 1 ,N -.s S ..4,D+Q. gif: .2 at , 5 ' A Ki. f , T 1' hflwig, '4' my 1 , .. sf: ,,.m. '4' ' A-uw -, , . - BASEBALL 1956 The baseball team, under the direction of Ed Kolakoski, brought home its fourth Housatonic Valley League crown. John Smolenski, Don Roland, Tom Pyrzenski played the important roles in the championship game, in which Terryville defeated Bethel, 82. Terryville continued toward the Class "C" crown. After a long hard tight, Watertown out-scored Terryville 2-1. The team ended the season with a record of T4 wins and two losses. The losses 2-T and 3-T occurred in the games against Watertown. fvM'5',LN Kwai A TRIBUTE We would like to extend our thanks to Mr. Edward Kolokoski, for his thorough job in coaching our baseball team. Mr. Kolokoski's teaching and understanding helped the boys to learn the sportsmanship, team- work, and co-operation, which carried them through a very suc- cessful season. WILLIAM auozsmsxi THOMAS Przvzeusxi PAUL auxowsxi Terryville Terryville Terryville ,,,.,,,..,.. Terryville ...... Terryville ..,,....L,LL Terryville Terryville Terryville Terryville ,,,...,L,LLL Terryville ,,,..,...... Terryville Terryville ,,L.,L Terryville ........LL,. Terryville Terryville Terryville ..,...,,,.,. Saint Anthony's Wolcott Tech .L., Litchfield .1.. Watertown ,,,... Saint Anthony's Wolcott Tech L... Thomaston Litchfield LLLL Wamogo L.w. Wamogo Watertown Thomaston Putnam ,.L.L, Watertown Watertown Bethel .Lswf F" X Y. , ., ,, JYLN' JOSEPH PILBIN and EDWARD PLAWECKI STEPHEN ADAMSKI JOSEPH BUGLARSKI JOHN SMOLENSKI JOHN S. KOVALESKI GIRLS' VARSITY -G" Q, Alumni Woodbury Slmsbury Torrington HQ to Cl 1:1 l s J 5 5 3 I Front row: Carol Slovinski, Edith Steinagle. Back row: Carol Miastkowski, Nancy Coates, Carol Rice, Marjorie Malley, Jean Mackiewicz, Carollee Berg, Miss Uebrick, Brenda Zeiner, Pat Gudiatis, Margaret Gleason, Peggy Klimkoski, Jean Graham. Compared with previous years this season of girls basketball was very success- ful. ln the last game against Litchfield Margaret Gleason and Margaret Klimkosky were high scorers for Terryville tboth scoring in the double figuresl with Edith Steinagel and Carol Rice assisting in the point-getting. Good defensive work was done by Jean Graham, Carol Miastkowski, and Carol Slovinski. However, it was not until the last quarter that we were confident of winning. This was the last year for five seniors: Edith Steinagel, Carol Slovinski, Carol Miastlcowski, Jean Graham, and Jean Mackiewicz. l7 Terryville .27 Thomaston , ........ 25 Terryville 43 Terryville .... 31 Simsbury ..... .....,.. 4 3 Terryville . . 33 Terryville. . .28 Litchfield ......., 41 Terryville . 49 Terryville 27 Thomaston Terryville n ............. 74 Terryville .... . .... -.22 Litchfield . ........... . ..... 32 Terryville pas, fhaq ball" "Guard 'em, girls" in C, -xy- 'Get in 1 Maggie the foul line. awe ,I-Q here an fight Ax, ,1 1 ,,,,..ws-v'-""""'? W EYIHLLE The team u .n-Q F" nn a huddle Carol shoots x ,, V, A 5 K 9 , -Q - Q Q X , xx xi. H A ,AA 5' 'The team warms the bench" GIRLS' JUNIOR VARSITY -J First row: Shirley Cormier, Jane Pritchard, Mary Nimcheck, Beverley Brauer, Joyce Ashley, Frances Piatrowski, Sandra Barker. Second row: Joan Miastkowski, Cathy Gleason, Susan Cook, Edith Armbruster, Miss Uebrick, Judith Slovinski, Lorraine Cormier, Judith Roland. The J.V. Basketball team had an outstanding record of nine wins and one loss. The J.V.'s were determined to win the last game because the only team that had defeated them throughout their season was Litchfield. The outstanding player for Terryville was Beverly Brauer, high scorer, whose last basket put the J.V.'s ahead. Considering the terrific record the J.V.'s made this year, we are looking forward to seeing them play even better next year. Farmington Terryville Thomaston Terryville Woodbury Terryville Simsbury , Terryville Woodbury Terryville Simsbury Terryville Litchfield Terryville Farmington Terryville Thomaston Terryville 1 . l 1 I I ini: 4, , SOFTBALL ,, 34' -X I A , L ? 2 K 1 Y' 'Mt L 3 L N- L .., fi X V f 5 N A ' , C X . 1 L L , , '-l 't if rl s 114, r + 't First row, left to right: Sally Pratt, Mary Nimchek, Margaret Gleason, Edith Armbruster, Sally Johnson, Carol Rice, Peggy Klimkosky. Second rovy: Linda Hilden, Carol Slovinski, Shirley Cormier, Coach Uebrick, Mary Patton, Nancy Coates, Edith Steinagel. Litchfield 16 Terryville 20 Woodbury i9 Terryville , 5 Torrington l5 Terryville i4 Litchfield L 20 Terryville ,,,, 13 Torrington 26 Terryville ,,7, 22 Simsbury 6 Terryville ,, ,, 7 FIELD HOCKEY C? . 4 t . Cu , N . A t ' -.M , - I i 2, X L . . L J . . ,I it Q f fi W- L ir i g ,448-if 1' A I ' . l f .M V 1 L Z X V , 5' ' l ' on 3 , X is inf? ' t 4 t , A . .,,, W X L21 P' ', 5 ,, 'Ay f g . -,nw iQ ' ,K f ' Q, ' 1 L L 'N L i 3 s ' L l L 1 ' First row, left to right: Mary Nirncheck, Barbara Kohanski, Susan Jay, Carol Rice, co-captain, Margaret Gleason, co-captain, Judith Roland, Judith Slovinski, Margaret Klirnkosky. Second row: Linda Hilden, Edith Steinaqel. Litchfield 2 Terryville 1 Woodbury I Terryville 2 Simsbury 3 Terryville O Litchfield 3 Terryville l Milford O Terryville 3 Torrington 3 Terryville 0 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA ,A V S4 ls.. The Future Teachers of America club has been organized this year under the supervision of Miss Elizabeth Novak and Mr. Stephen Tompkins. On Sub-Freshman Days some of the members visited New Britain State Teachers College, talking with the students and attending classes. Other members visited classrooms in secondary and elementary schools, accord- ing to their interests, to help them decide which level of teaching they would prefer. On May 9, tive members attended a convention at Danbury State Teachers College. President, Tina Curtis, Vice President, Carol Rice, Secretary, Cynthia Scott, Treas- urer, John Smolenski. STEPHEN TOM Q - .f, sql' PKINS 1, ,, ELIZABETH NOVAK P 'S , M :ff x K .X Y M :A , x Vg M., x f' K 5 y sf- K .xx ' ,Q - f . , W , ., .if ,max f..',,.,,, , I' kk ff ye- , - N X J mv, fN1i'+s2'?"f"fvrr' i fl. Q -fa -- 4 4 X M NA X . ws' -5 4, xY'?TY"YY Q23 " 1 + .. -, U .. ,, zfvfrfiiff. iw vA.1' ,H g, qA.,Yf2i' An f . Q-wg e 3


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