Valley Regional High School - Triad Yearbook (Deep River, CT)
- Class of 1952
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VALLEY REGICNAL HIGH SCHCDCDL
Pubhshed by the
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Front Row Ieft to R1g,l1t Mxss Hmnon Advwor Audra Quant Nhncy Gmsvtold Betty
Comstock Ilduor joseph SC'1f,Il1 Ntdd Motklcr Bttk Row Icft to Rlght carmc
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We the hrst graduaung class of the Valley Reg1onal Hrgh
School gratefully ded1cate thxs 1952 yearbook to Mnss Helen
G Hannon Only through her untmng assrstance and encour
agement could thus mfmt year have ended so trxumphantly In
the ensumg years we shall all strlve to make Mxss Hannon as
proud of us as we are of her
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BS, A Social Studies, English v
M ISS BIZRN ICE BORSE
BS - Homeniaking
MR. CHARLES R. TIPPIN
' I MR. SEYMOUR Ii. BLINDERMAN
INIRS. I-IARRIET R. STRAIN
BA. - St1ciaI Studies
MRS. VICTORIA STOWERS
M.A. - Seventh. Grade
MISS HELEN A. SPENCER
M.A. - Physical Education
MR. FRANK J. SOLDAN ,S
B.A. - Seventh Grade
MR. ROBERT T. BATEMAN
Arts and Crafts
DR. A. KURTZ KING
Ed.D. - Superintendent
,IULIE N. SARGIS
- Social Studies
MR. SALVATORE A. PETRONE
MR, PETER WISNOSKY
B.S. - Librarian
M.A. -- Science, Mathematics
MISS DOLORES V. BORSIK
M.A. - Science
MISS MARY NOLAN
BS. - Homemaking
MISS JULIE CASTELLI
B.S. - Business, Social Studies
MR. XVILLIAM L. WALDRON
M.Etl. - Physical Education
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MISS ISABELLE L. BROWN
MR THOMAS NEZNEK
MR. DANIEL CONNORS
B.S. - Eighth Gratle
DR. JOHN E. CRAWFORD
Etl.D. - Guidance Director
MR FRANK DESMOND
MRS CATHERINE FORD
'VIR HAROID S FERGUSON
'VIISS HELEN FORTUNES
MR ROBERT GROTH
M A In lustrial Arts
HELEN G HANNON
M A Business
MR IFONI I' WILCHYNSKI
N1 A Industrial Arts
'NIR HAROLD W MUGGLESTON
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MARIO ARTHUR ALBORGHETTI "Mario"
"I will laugh mytelf to death."
Tough, but Oh, so gentle . . . stomping, romping,
roaring, racket - Mario is with us . . . soccer is his
dish . . . quick to flare, quick to forget . . . it's not the
stop light, just his laughing face.
GLORIA ELAINE ALEXANDER Alex
Never zdle a moment
A spit a spark a flash in agm out agm
Glorigin hard worker in Oilice Practice u
time extra curricular gal shell not pine for us
when she leaves
ROBERT WHITNEY BENSON Benson
A good mznd ponetfef a kingdom
The gentleman scholar great accomplishment
with little effort a store truck is good for more
than carrying groceries yust ask Baby a staunch
LOUIS ROBERT CALAMARI Bobby
Where ignorance rf blur tu folly to he wzye
Class agrtator always ready to lend a helping
hand when needed too lively to gain weight
lives for the day he will look down at Mike future
First National Manager
PATRICIA ANN CAREY at
A lzhahle gzrl uzth likable zcayt
Shes starting a collection of class rings Madison
is on the list right now so used to doing 1 good
yob of yumpmg in thc ur during cheerlerdlng shes
thinking about joining the Air Force steadfast pillar
of the tumbling club
JOAN MARIE CLARK joanre
N ever downcart alwayr gay
than our joame rn every uay
Televrsron sure made some rmpressron on thrs
one what a comedrenne cant help wonderrng
what the natural color really rs although every shade
of harr has been becomrng on her not one for speed
but eventually makes rt eyes on the brg crty
ELIZABETH ANN COMSTOCK Farmer
A hgh: heart and a wzllmg hand
Exceedmgly proud are we of thrs our D A R grrl
topped wrth a straw hat and armed wrth a prtchfork she
looks rrght at home on the farm chances are Bones
wrll become a woman rn whrte rf present hopes are
carrred out edrtor of our yearbook
FRANCIS CHARLES DAVIS Hawky
Arn t I 110latzle9
Drvrdes hrs trme among work school and Gerry
made qurte an advancement rn hrs cars from a Wrllys
to a Burck carrres on hrs own Webster Hayne
PATRICIA ANN DEE
To .ree her rf to know her
and to know her 11 to lrke her
How happy she rs wrth her beautrful Benrus Em
braceable watch sent all the way from apan
rdeal student and why not she has wanted to be a
teacher srnce early school days we couldnt have
Chosen a more capable class secretary
JO ANN DUBIE
ltr a frzerzdly heart that has many rzendr
She drdnt have to wart for Leap Year she got Bud
on the strrng Chrrstmas trme makrng her the first grrl
rn our class to become a brrde elect kept us on the
move as program commrttee charrman
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DOROTHY JANE FAZZINO Dot
Excnre my dewlzfb deedr
Supports the U S Post Office with her letters to
the Navy her nose in a book her eye on the world
fingers jazzing the alphabet and feet ready to go
thats our Dot in every way
ROBERT STUART FERGUSON Bo
Std! water rnnr deep
Girls have no place in his life we re told he is
the inventor of an ingenious baseball game not 1
class without some wit or wisecrack from Bob
DAVID JOSEPH FRESIA Dave
Her dark her tall wnlo a rmde or all
Tall dark and handsome fits Dave to a T
there hasnt been a sport to which he didnt lend his
ability spends time cruising around his home town
of Centerbrook but little wonder we know a certain
blonde who makes her home there also
NANCY ELINOR GRISWOLD Nance
Once a rmr danced and under that rtar war rhe born.
There are no words in the dictionary to adequately
depict this gal . . . striking appearance gracefully tall
with naturally curly hair . . . excellent prospects for
future generals wife or a ballerina . . . a preponderance
of A s on her report cards.
ROBERT RAYMOND GUERTIN 'Bo
"Known 0 by many and liked by all.
Mr. Money Bags himself who had tremendous re-
sponsibilities as our class treasurer and did a bang up
job of it . . . one of the very few to reach the 50-50
Club for his typing speed . . . understand he is the
master of some tempting, epicurean delights.
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ROBERT GRAHAM HALE Bo
Hard u orb maketh a good man
We know thus IS one guy who wnll need a secretary
to make out hrs hxeroglyphrts workmg at the Essex
Theater he knows well the cootng corners lucky
the woman that gets the same thought and care th tt
green Ford does
ROBERT GEORGE HEREL George
Tbmk :ll o nothzng Jpeak :ll o no one
He uses the school bus for a pacer when preparmg
for the track meets hrs walk remlnds us of a little
nn soldrer that brrght red hat srts lrghrly on a
mlthemantal head Bob makes up for the norses
his quiet Car lacks
PETER ALAN HOPKINS Pete
I agree mth no many opzmont
I have tome 0 my own
Credlt goes to the fellow who rapped the gavel thrs
a that harr cut would sure make a good scrub
HARRY ELLSWORTH JOY Harry
Alla right 141119 the 11 orld
lntrodutmg Harry lumberlng lazy and late
does southpaw work on the mound for the ueens
llkes hxs cowboy musrc early rn the A M grrs
wlsh they had h1s Curly harr
ANNA ROSE KING Anna
By nalure born rzend 0 play ul uzt and merrzment
A bundle of gay SPIIIIS has earned her letters
rn sports never at a loss for words especlally rn
class drscussron manager of Spencers Bullets
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ELIZABETH MARIE KURZE Betty
Her thought: and ber conduct are ber own
Anchors Awergh may be only a song to some
people but to Betty rt was an nnsprratron together wrth
a sarlor to make an anchor desrgn wall plaque rn Arts
and Crafts lxkes records partrcularly those by Vaughn
MARY ISABELLE LOMBARDI Mary
Not too .rober not too gay
but a real good gal m every way
Always wrllrng to do her share and help others
oo her artrstry of yarn and needle makes the rest
of us envrous her brg azure eyes are frrendly
ROBERT ARCHIBALD MACLEAN Chee
People who make no none are darzgerour
Curly hatred and shy possessor of the lost art of
blushrng no burnrng desrre for books wrllmg
chauffeur to the noon drners at the Frfe Rall hls car
also serves as a smokmg parlor
-IEANNE MAE MALCARNE Weenie
We mart eat to lwe and lwe to eat
Small but talented musrcally rnclrned ro
ducer of many a wrtty saying always there to cheer
the boys on wrll probably be the fall of the senror
gxrls Phys Ed class
JEAN ALICE MARSH Jeannre
Good nature wrll alwayr wm the heart
Sugar and splce and everythmg mce thats what our
eannre rs made of extremely clever cartoonrst
must be nrce to have a personal shopper rn japan those
black sxlk pajamas are qurte somethlng'
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NEDD DEAN MOCKLER Ne
There 1 bonefty and good ellowslup sn htm
Gentleman from Virginia possesses time con
suming loquaciousness witty helpful artistic
Adler Elevators for Ned he has springs in his shoes
sharp shooter of the lens
THOMAS PATRICK MON DANI Tommy
A ltttle muchzef now and then
Reads Esquire so prefers blonds Dorry and Doris
Da reindeer come in pairs so do sweaters we
see his dry sense of humor invokes laughter in
everyone Tommys one way stretch is useful when
it comes to reaching the basket
ALICE ELIZABETH MONTE Queenie
Better late than never
Dark but not tall spends time studying favorite
subject joe a new Dodge convertible seems to
be her hearts delight lifes ambition is to get out
JOANN MAY NORTON no
A man: the noblest work of God
Cute and lively basketball sharpshooter
never alone usually with M Z has a way of getting
wherever she wants to go Greenbergs super sales
LUCY OLGA PAGANO "Lucy"
"In everything 4 part .rbe'J took,
the? done enough to fill a book."
Flittering, fluttering Lucy . . . anything done for
her will never go unappreciated . . . unhesitating in the
expression of opinion . . . keeps thin by lugging army
PATRICIA ANN PALAU at
Always a :mile never a rown
Pat spread! happiness all around
A true scholar in every sense of the word com
panion of books never leaves school but what she is
loaded with them has a special genius for managin
refreshment COIILYIIIIICCS mathematically qualified to
succeed Mr Bateman
CHARLES ANDREW PANDIANI Charlie
Indurtry maker all things eary
Wheres Charlie? wherever you smell cigar
smoke a little Tarzan still climbing trees and
collecting crawling creatures independent with his
SANDRA PARMELEE Sandy
A rare compound of myrtery and fun
Deep River junior Prom Queen sincere love
for children sipping cider through a straw with
Renzy on the Apple Farm a favorite haunt of Sandys
for obvious reasons
MARLENE PRISCILLA PEARSON Marty
In quielnerr lief hidden friendship.
From her collection of crazy poems We re wondering
if she plans to edit a book in the near future . . . er
singing ability rated a spot on the All State program . . .
. . . driving class couldnt have been so tough she got
MALLORY LEE PETTINGILL Mike
"Many friend! have been eafy to win,
for lhir guy with hir Jparhling grin."
You can either find him behind the counter at the
Essex Pharmacy or leisurely driving their delivery car
. . . has proved to be a valuable asset to the sports
teams through the years . . . it's obvious he will make a
real cute partner for some fortunate female.
BEVERLY ESTHER PITTS ev
Load! of fun cheerful and hrzght
you are your frzendr greater! delrght
Youd walk a mlle for those flashmg blue eyes and
that charmmg smnle captam of our cheerleaders
her sunny dlSPOSlKlOI1 wms many frnends some who are
very specral to her
ALTHEA JANET POST
Whatever rr worth domg :J worth domg well
Her summer employer says she IS a good worker
cuts a mean corner at square dances worshlps the
crooners gracrously pleasant to everyone sure
to contlnue secretarlal work after June
ARLENE MARIE RESSLER Effie
He prohtr mort who .fewer bert
Indnvldual 1n her personahty we are wonderrng
lf she IS plannmg to eventually run for Congress s e
certamly IS tops when nt comes to class dnscussnons
upholds the female prerogatnve of mmd changrng
SHIRLEY ANN RUTTY Shnrl
C ongenml to all and a good rzend to many
Nnmble and mfty as a rnayoretrc theres hope
m the chert of Harrzel has an exclusxve brand of
quner and mcety hkes to trnp the hght fantastnc
ELEANOR JANE SAFFERY "Sail"
"Lwe and let lwe "
Short and blond seemmgly shy once started,
look out, she's rnght there w1th the rest of us she
has a strong ambmon to become a Florence Nxghtmgale
and she could sure ranse a few thermometers
JOHN GATES SAFFERY
A lzon among ladzer 11 a mort dread ul thzng
Lover boy hrmself prrde of the Busrness Law
C ass money maker for class always lookmg for
1 rrde to Centerbrook you could easrly be led to
belreve this IS Arthur Murray rn the flesh
JOSEPH CHARLES SCAGLIA O6
No! zoo rerzom not too gay hal a rare good fellow
Nlfty dresser Cute llttle armful Mrss Hannon
calls hrm a top notch student not averse to a grm
and grggle CMCICUE busmess manager of our year
book bet lf Dor1s Day knew he were here she
would lerxe Hollywood
ROBERT SCOBEY Bo
'Ihe only uay to have a Mend 14 to he one
A four years rn three guy long drstance hrtch
hrkmg cyclrst rf you get ln deep water just yell
he has a badge rrdmg rn Bobs Elsre gives one the
RUTH BERNUM SEGEE "Ruthre"
'Wzlh laughzng eye! and a happy heart"
Wrth present hopes she'll be AHIOIDCYS understudy
graceful gllder to ball room musrc coaxes merry
melodres from the 1vor1es get upper of some strrkmg
DOLORES MARIE SMITH 'smlttyn
She muff he Jeen io he appreczated "
Long chestnut tresses will she be as farrhful to
the Yankees now that joe has left ev1dence by the
Becker Key she ought to make someone a good secre
tary or Stanley a wrfe'
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Ar merrg an fbt dug if long
Nuer imre newer 1 vnorry quick to Smile but rs A
slow to move m1d p1ss1on for convertibles
swoons over ohnny R1y like so m1ny others fx E
spre 1ds l1ughter in 1 wide r1d1us 1 A
IDWARD JOSEPH ST ANTON fddit
A zfzlzgcnf zznritr 171 all 11111151
L m uiet courteous tons1dcr1tc 1n 1rdent Nimrod
hung close to the soil he l11s tendencies toward
f1rm1ng rings the bell with his batting axerave
GORDON RAY STEARNS Gordon
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Looks 15 though he lust stepped out of a Mens
Fishion Dcputment lowes his cigarettes enyoys
IH ir ument ust for the slke of bein different
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possessor of 1 very contagious laugh
AUDREY RUTH STONE Stoney
Full 0 cheer and full 0 pep
makzng Mend! wzth every Jtep
Takes a half PIII! size girl to fit in Guffys pint size
car . . . adds Wheaties to the cheerleaders . . . cutest
actions youve ever seen . . . an all round willing worker.
DELORES BERNICE SWEENEY
' Carer are mingled with pleafure.
You don't have to go to Washington to get a mink
coat, just go with a guitar player who raises minks and
maybe you'll be lucky . . . quiet composure describes
her well . . . been across the border line to Canada a
considerable number of times.
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JUDITH ANN TRABUCCHI udy
To hte without Jport zr not Zz e
A samarrtan like attitude sports minded and no
slouch at If fun to be with flat txres may be a
downfall but ICS certaln her grades arent a future
Phys Ed mstructor
JOSEPH YENOWICH oe
Btg tlamgf come tn Jmall package!
A sc1ent1st rn the fiesh wrll most assuredly l1ve
up to h1s names meanmg He shall add needs a
fiddle and bow for long harr hardworker rf not
a sclentrst wnll become a prnball kmg
MURRAY HASEA ZACK Muzzey
A good name 11 better than rzcbex
A phrlosophy of hfe all h1s own he has a vast
knowledge of whats what and whos who regardmg
world affalrs usually found hustlmg and bustlrng
around the greenhouse rn short a good guy to know
HAROLD MICHAEL ZANARDI M11-te
Batt the book well tht: sh wzll bite
Three letter man IS dreamboat of class
cherry coke fiend llkes good ten cent literature
can always find a way to take oann wherever she wants
to go there IS nothing he wouldnt do for you
ELIZABETH ANN ZANNI Bette
Love me love my dog
Exhnbxts a well stocked wardrobe seems to have
a full nme job testing Wrzgleys product Eboney
Prmcess furnnshes a Constant How of conversatron for
her very proud mrstress
ROBTRT 7UPPIl Bo
Though somcufml tarffy Ipcrnbanfc amze
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T111 strong md sllent unfathomqble and un
predletxble buyxtclungj on the guttxr lf youre lucky
enough to heir htm some gtrl somedfty xull make
you mke the blmders off Bob
Down IU the mlley three tow ns so fur
United to brmg, us from eyery vyhcrc
Together thts xetr to le un 1nd to plu
Unttl our glOI'lOL1S gmdumon dsty
Numbetmg to hfty su. ire we
Eteh 1s tmportmt ts cm be
D1rk and ltght short md t'1ll
But '1 fine lookxng elstss ln 'ill
Donn tn htstory were sure to go
As gf'1ClU3I6S of 1 school me hstrdly know
Those hslls VKl'llCll wlll nex er hold our lftughtet
We ll lewye for the iv s md Lltsscs stftcr
Well su thanks so much to our dest fuulty
'Io those who helped us so successfully
And to those we ye not known so well
To them good bye IS 111 their we mn re
Well siy so long to luntors sophs freshmen too
And msh them suceess IU 111 they do
Hopmg the seyens ind etghts 'went feelmg lon
For some-dfty theyll be Jolly sentots 1lso'
And now as we end th1s short yeftr
Leaving for plqces far and near
Though me m1y depart well never forget
The fun we ye h1d md the frtends ynexe met
AITHFA PosT 'md PATRICIA D
Asststecl by Miss BROWN
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We the Class of 1952 leave Valley Regional High School
assured that In our high school years we have acquired a useful and
worthwhile training along wth 1 good sound educational back
ground We have shared friendships with our classmates and faculty
members receiving from both Joy happiness, and accomplish
ments which are sure to be of help In our future Because we will
be eager to meet with each other again and learn of one anothers
successes our class hereby declares an honest endeavor to hold a
reunion In ten years
author of this pact take the responsibility of Informing each one of
the exact date and plans for the reunion by way of local newspapers
and by any other possible means It IS hereby understood that all
class members plan to attend no matter what their social status may
be or whatever engagements they may have alone or with their
We, the undersigned pledge our earnest and sincere desire to
carry out the provisions of this pact
Author PATRICIA DEE
Oflicers PETER HOPKINS Preszdenz
THOMAS MONDANII Vzce Prefzdent
PATRICIA DEE Secretary
ROBERT GUERTINI Treamrer
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We the class of 1952 Valley Regronal H1gh School Deep Rrver Mrddlesex County
Connect1cut bemg of sound mrnd and memory and consrdermg the uncertarnty of th1s
fra1l and transltory llfe do therefore make ordam publlsh and declare thls to be our
last w1ll and testament
Mano Alborghettr leave my crgarettes rn care of Phrllrp Lunt
Glorta Alexander leave not havrng to play hookey any longer
Robert Benson leave twenty live cents to Al Stanley to help pay off hxs many debts
Robert Calamarl leave my svelte figure to john Olsen
Patrrcla Carey leave wrth hopes that the Regnonal bunldnng w1ll be completed by 1955
joan Clark leave a bottle of perox1de to any brunette who mrght find use for nt
Ehzabeth Comstock leave my trtle Far'ner to be carrted out faxthfully by Betty V1tar1
Franc1s Dav1s leave my lob at the A Sc P to anyone who needs an excuse for playmg
Patr1c1a Dee leave all the bllsters on my feet to next years basketball team
o Ann Duble leave my d1amond to Dorry Towler hop1ng she can use lt
Dorothy Fazzmo leave my dr1v1ng abnlrty to anyone who lrkes to come close
Robert Ferguson leave my father to the undergratduates of VRHS
Davld Fresra leave a bodyguard to protect Dolores from the wolves
Nancy Grlswold leave the aches and loys of danclng to Sally Symonds
Robert Guert1n leave my ab1l1ty to shy away from women to the future bachelors
Robert Hale leave my streamlrned hmousme to joe Bergonz1 who needs one
Robert Herel leave my quret calm dxsposmon and ab1l1ty to get along wlth the
teachers to Edward Perreault
Peter Hopkrns leave my crew cut to jrmmy Dav1s
Harry joy leave to the next years soccer team those enloyable rndes to the games
Anna K1ng leave my short haxr to anyone who IS brave enough to set rt
Ellzabeth Kurze leave my love for the Navy to anyone who lxkes a saxlor
Mary Lombardl leave Mrs Wellman one report card less to make up
Robert MacLean leave nothmg because I am Scotch
jean Malcarne leave locker 241 to any junror wrllmg to clean xt out
ean Marsh leave hopmg that the future senrors w1ll supply some busmess to the
Nedd Mockler leave my little black book to john Germmx
Thomas Mondan1 leave my set of Excuses for Every Class 23 volumes to Duane
l1ttle phony Fres1a
Allce Monte leave hop1ng that oe w1ll stay on the stralght and narrow next year
oann Norton leave my s1ster Brrd all of the cute boys that I never got around to
Lucy Pagano leave my ab1l1ty to brown around Mr W1snosky to anyone who can
Patrlcna Palau leave wrth my trrgonometry problems st1ll unsolved
Charles Pandlam leave my ab1l1ty to sneak down the halls wrthout anyone seeing me
to Ole Ibsen
Sandra Parmalee leave hop1ng that the spralcle rn my eye w1ll soon be on my finger
Marlene Pearson leave my quret unm1sch1evous character to Onme Glowac
Mallory Pettmglll leave Mxss Bors1k to the mercy of the seventh graders
Beverly Pntts leave to 1o1n Zeke at Wentworth
Althea Post leave my naturally curly halr to Mlss Fortunes
Arlene Ressler leave the task of collectmg money for the semor pxctures to some
Sh1rley Rutty leave my parkrng place out front to any jumor lucky enough to use If
Eleanor Saffery leave my seat rn Latm class to any first year student who dares to take
a second year
john Saffery leave my Englnsh homework to john Brodzxnskt
Joe Scaglra leave my love for Dorls Day to rnsprre some other handsome young man
Robert Scobey leave four thousand shares of the Cactus Gulch Gold Mme to help pay
for the Regronal Hngh School
Ruth Segee leave the left over apple cores nn room enght to Mr W1snosky
Dolores Smxth leave the prctures of Stanley rn locker 306 for the lucky yumor grrls
to slgh over
Nancy Southworth leave takmg the handsome red head rn the semor class wxth me
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Audrey Stone leave my chattering ability to Dickie Adams
Dolores Sweeney leave never again to be caught talking in study hall
ud1th Trabucchi leave my massaging technique to Marie Cutone and Marie Brooks
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Joseph Yenow1ch leave my mechanical drawing pencils to Ole Ibsen
Murray Zack leave a bottle of red ink to Mrs Sargls to make up for all she might
have used in correcting my papers
Harold Zanardi leave still having Merr1tt to compete with
Elizabeth Zanni leave with the halls still echoing the praises of Ebony
Robert Zuppe leave my pair of sneaks to whomever borrowed them last December
We the class of 52 leave the following
Miss Hannon many thanks for all the help she has given us this year
Dr Crawford lots of material for a new book
Mr Wilchynski extra insurance for h1s drivers training classes
Mr Ferguson the problem of taking care of the coke machine
MISS Nolan an iron hand with which to rule her study halls
Miss Borse a vacuum cleaner so that she may not have to borrow the janitor s
Mr Petrone a collection of recipes which he needs 1n his bachelor quarters
Mr Neznek a few flashy ties to perk up h1s wardrobe
Mrs Sargis a moving van so that she and Al can move to California
Miss Castelli an automatic heater to keep her warm while she has bus duty
Mr Waldron a pair of track sho s to make it easier for him to catch the shuttle buses
Miss Spencer fifty new record albums for her phys ed dancing classes
Mrs Stowers a Model A for those long trips from Saybrook to Deep River each day
Mr Wisnosky fewer girls to tease and be 1 plague to him
Miss Fortunes a few packages of composition paper so that she needn t borrow from
Miss Brown a group of students who like open windows better than we did
Mrs Strain two station wagons with drivers for her field trips
Mr Blinderman a portable dog house for that howling puppy of h1s
Miss Borsik a five gallon jug of d1st1lled water for her chemistry and physics classes
Mrs Ford an electric calculator for her bookkeeping class
lVIr Tippin a Harvard red bow tie
Mr Bateman one algebra class of selected students so that he can expound away
to his heart 5 content
Mr Groth a pint sized bulldozer so that he can start on the new shortcut to the
Regional this summer
Dr King fewer headaches now that he knows that the Regional building will be
Mr Connors a movie camera and proyector so that he can keep a growing up record
of his baby Kathleen
Mr Soldan a guard rail to keep those two kittens out of his acquarium
Mr Desmond a Jug of blackstrap molasses a quart jar of yoguert and a large carton
of wheat germ'
the classes of 57 and 56 we leave hoping that when they get to be seniors they
will be as well behaved as we are
the class of 55 out hopes that they live that long long time that has to pass before
they become seniors
the class of 54 two more years to grow up before they take on the responsibilities
of a senior
the class of 53 all the remaining funds in our class treasury knowing that there
Signed sealed delivered and witnessed this twenty fifth day of January in the year
of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fifty two by these serious political leaders
of our times
CHARLES ATLAS ZANARDI
ROBERT VALENTINO BENSON
JOSEPH EINSTEIN SCAGLIA
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Here rt rs une 17 1967 and I ean Malcarne am wartrng to start my new positron
as a crew cut trimmer for French poodles rn Prerres Puppy Shop
Talk about corncrdences and small worlds' Srnce the time I called a taxr rn New
York yesterday morning to get my plane at LaGuardia I have seen or heard from every
single member of Valley Regional High School Class of 1952
It all started when the taxr stopped for gas and my attention was attracted by a
petrte grrl wrth a very famrlrar appearance At closer HOIICC I saw rt was Alrce Monte
She told me she rs now marrred to joe and that he and rmmy Hartzell own the garage
She pornted to another grrl who was pumping gasoline we saw that rs was none other
than Shirley Rutty also marrred
As we approached the arrport I summoned a porter to care for my bags I recog
nrzed the sleepy eyed red cap as Harry oy He said that he never cared to settle down
and lrkes being rn the big crty on hrs own Insrde the airport I walked up to the rnfor
matron booth to ask about last minute arrangements when I noticed Dorothy Fazzrno
madly typing away She told me that rf I had any trouble with my tickets to see Bob
Guertrn who holds a high positron rn the office so I went to see hrm As we chatted
awhile he mentioned that Joann Norton was now runnrng Yanardr s Coal and Orl Com
pany rn the summer while Mrke plays professional baseball While talkrng to Bob I
happened to notrce a new 1962 Pontiac drrven by ohn Saffery who has now taken over
the permanent positron as chauffeur for Dr Smith At that moment I heard the plane
about ready to load rts passengers so I sard a hasty good by to Bob rn order to catch my
plane On my way to the plane I stopped to buy a book and noticed that the newest
rage was westerns written by an up and coming author Charlie Pandranr Aboard the
I was talking to her she mentioned that Betty Zannr and Nancy Southworth were strll
working at Saint Agnes School
Our first stop was England for one hour At the London Field Airport I heard a
famrlrar vorce calling Extra' Extra' As I stopped to buy a paper I notrced the voice
belonged to Anna King
As we talked I happened to glance through the newspaper and noticed some cute
cartoons which Anna told me belonged to eannre Marsh a well established cartoonist
Anna suggested we stop at a cafe for a spot of tea As we talked over old trmes
she mentioned that she had seen Pat Carey and Althea Post recently They are both
statroned rn London doing secretarial work for the Arr Force
After our tea I noticed rt was time for me to go back to the plane for the rest of
my trrp to Paris As I boarded the plane I saw a famrlrar tall form which I was sure
belonged to someone I knew Sure enough rt was Tom Mondanr with hrs wrfe Dorry and
their two children It seems that Tom rs now a well established lawyer back rn the
states and had decided that a lrttle vacation would do everyone good He told me that
he had seen Mike Pettengrll rn a restaurant the other night Mrke rs rn England looking
for a new perfume blend to take back to Essex to sell rn hrs pharmacy
As the plane left England and we were flying over the English Channel Tom
motioned me to look out of the window I drd and saw a speck rn the waters below
Tom said that rt was Bob Scobey making hrs third attempt at swrmmrng the channel
we were sure hed make rt
When we finally landed I harled a taxr and who should be drrvrng rt but Bob
MacLean he sard he was very happy and lrked hrs work He took me to my hotel
Le Sorroco As I walked up to the desk a famrlrar figure approached me It was Mario
Alborghettr who had marrred a French grrl an herress to a charn of Frances most ex
clusrve hotels He went over to the krtchen and pornted to Bob Herel vsho rs head chef
at the hotel
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through the lobby to the dining room I noticed that the television was on, and the
people were looking at the American All Stars of I962. As I edged in, much to my
amazement, I saw Mike Zanardi playing short stop, Eddie Stanton playing third, Dave
Fresia at first, and tlae first woman of major league b1all, judy Ttabucchi playing second...
I wonder who's taking cate of her twin boys? In the coach's box I noticed a tall man
who resembled someone I had seen before, sure enough it was Pete Hopkins.
During the late afternoon I thought I would take a walk on the streets of gay
Paree I bumped into Sandra, Audrey, and jo Ann They told me they had decided to
take a trap, so they left their husbands with the children They invited me to attend the
dance premier of our ballerina Nancy Griswold that same night at the theatre We
decided to have dinner first, so we started on our way
As we were nearing the restaurant, we saw an accident ahead An ambulance was
driving aap out jumped a doctor, a nurse, who I noticed was my old friend Eleanor
Saffery, and mother girl who was running aroaand taking notes Seems this was Arlene
Ressler, busy at her work of being a medical secretary
After dinner, we proceeded to the theatre As we neared the back entrance, we
saw a truck bringing scenery, it was Zacks Nursery Truck, apparently Murray has ex
tended has fathers business to France
As we entered the lobby we met Bob Hale, the head usher who personally showed
us to our seats While I was waiting, I decided to go back stage to see Nancy As I
entered her dressing room who should be there but Pat Dee who explained that she as
teaching in a French grammar school Everything was going on at once The hairdresser,
who was Ruth Segee, and the dressmaker, Mary Lombardi both were working frantically
As we all talked over old times, I noticed a beautiful mink coat hanging on the door
I asked Nancy where she got at and she explained that at came from an old friend
Delores Sweeney who is now part owner of Perrys Mink Market
As I returned to my set I met Francis Davis and his wife erry who are celebrating
their tenth wedding anniversary with a trip around the world As I reached my seat, I
noticed three beautiful girls around one man without hesitation I glanced and noticed
it was none other than Nedd Moekler I-Ie told us that he was vacationing an Paras
before resuming his studies at a medical school The show was wonderful, Nancy proved
her ability to dance like a true ballerina
After the show we decided we needed a little night life, so we went to a club There
we saw Betty fomstoek and laer husband Bob She said she had yearned him in France
where he is stationed Sitting at a table nearby was Gloria Alexander, who told us she
had married a multi millionaire, and that they are spending their honeymoon an France
before returning to the states
The orchestra was exceptionally good As we watched we recognized two players,
Bob Benson and Robert Yuppe During intermission they stopped to talk to us They
said they had been pl ayang in the band for three years As the lights dimmed the feature
formance she explained that Marlene Pearson w as going to be the feature singer at the
claab an the near future oan also told me that Marlene received a letter from Lizzie
Kurze who as now making her home in Panama w ith Iaer husband who is stataoned there
As we left the restaurant we bumped into Bob Calamari who as now manager of
a chain of First National Stores in France
I said good bye to the girls and took a taxi to the hotel I noticed joe Scaglia
sitting in the cocktail loaange He told me he w as arranging a tour for Doris Day, since
he had taken oyer the job as agent for her
It was getting pretty late so I excused myself and left to go to my room Before
going aap I stopped for a magazine of which lucy Pagano is now editor Th model
on the coycr seemed familiar and as I glanced a second time I noticed it was Gordon
Stearns Before turning out the lights and goine, to sleep I glanced through the book
I noticed an article about Dolores Smith who is a secretary in New York, and had lust
won a free trip to France
I hope dear diary that she h as the same good fortune as I have had these past few
days in meeting all my olcl friends
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SEVENTH GRADE C and D
Bottom Row, Left to Right: Charles Pan-
diani, Philip Lunt, Murray Zack. Middle
Row, Left to Right: Antoinette DeStef-
ano, Patricia Carey. Top Row: Pauline
Lower Left. Robert Here-1 Upper Right, Robert Hale
Upper Left, john Germini Lower Right, Frank Cart
Front Rfm, Left to Right: 'lane Parker. Aiite Ditkenf- n, Carwl Nnith. lanet Hcitltnunn. Veronica
Messick. Karen Mclicmie. Nlarqhrie Green. klJUlLC Crt-gwn, Nlariiyn Denufer Seoini Rim. Left
tn Riuht' Yylxia Vkfiie. Nirah XX ale. ,lane fatrini. 51,141-en Clark Nlr Neznek. Direeti r, Diilfires
I.i,wery, lairraine Pelletier. Aitrienne Ylamex--n. Vluiixth C1..1.:.1in:, 'l'h.r1 Riu, Left tw Rishi Patricza
Ball. Catherine Vlwnes. -lf,Ann wlungn. jifann Atxumt, Mary Lum Bc-lanuer. Nanq. Kaufmann. Beverly
Bates, Flizalveth Lutie. Marlene Pearwn. Arlene RL-wie? Fwurth Rtnx. 1.1-rr t, Right: Sylvia Cala-
mari, Lillian YEI1ffXK1Ll1. Ruth Chatllwurne. Dtilifres Tmvler, Barhara Kiihgicnslxi, Elin Benson.
Gloria Malcarnc, Barbara lfenn.
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Front Row, Left to Right: Beverly Bates, Joann Norton, Betty Comstock, Captaing Betsy Lord,
Anna King, Mztnagerg Lucy Pagano, Assistant Manakucrg Miss Spencer, Coach. Batik Row, Left to
Right: Elaine Patotli. Marie Brooks, Lois Schwannccke, Patricia Dee, Antoinette DeStefano, Judy
Trahucchi, Ruth Chatllnournc.
Boys Basketball Team
tint Rim, Left tw Right: lfuec-nc Ntitui -I-thu fitititntz llattiltl Z.tn.irtl1. fi.ipt.1it., Rtthstrtl Calttrtw
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etmtite. Peter Htipkitis, Rithard Daniels, Riilwrt Sttilwy. Rfilvt-tt Ht-rt-1, M.xna.ucr.
Front Row, Left to Right: Peter Carini,
Peter Becker, joseph Bates, Ralph Burr,
joseph Bergonzi. Second Row, Left to
Right: Harold jones. Elliot Platt, Thom-
as Mondani, Howard Wetmore, John
Brodzinslci, Salvatore Petrone, Coach.
Third Row, Left to Right: Robert Mor-
ris, Harry joy, Rudolph Netch, Morris
Front Row, Left to Right: Patricia Ball, Dolores Banning, ,lean Marsh, Mrs. Ford. Advisor. Second
Row, Left to Right: Adrienne Calamari, Anna King, Richard Adams. Ifois Wfelwer. Lois Schwan-
necke, Barbara Braczkowski, Robert Gucrtin, Dorothy liazzino. Standing, Left to Right: Barbara
Post, Elin Benson, Barbara Kobylenski, Kay Wind, Carol Smith, Ruth Segce, Veronica Messick,
36 Joann Atwood, Lucy Pagano, Marian Sintal, Miss Brown, Advisor.
Sitting, Left to Right: Anna King. Ole Ihsen, Jeanne Malcarne, Mrs. Strain, Advisor,-Betty Com-
stock, Joseph Yennwich. Standing, Left to Right: Thomas Mondani, Lucy Pagano, Robert Ferguson,
Judy Trabucchi, Murray Zack, Peter Hopkins.
Left to Right: Judith Gl.1ddin,u, Geimrlue Barnett. Barlmm Bmtzkuwski. Qxlvin Gladding, Merrick
Hayes, Cutsy Jones. Iilen Mann, Ruhert Kinmdc, lidith Kwpper, liitsy Mcijruh, Betsy Lord, Helen
Christiansen, Miss Castelli.
Sitting, Left to Right: Marilyn Dengler, Ole llwsen. Patricia Palau. joseph Scaglia, Dr, Crawford
Instructor. Standing, Lett to Riglitz Patritia Dae, Murray Zark, Nancy Griswold, Robert Ferguson
Front Row. Left to Right: Allwert Stanley, Francis Davis, Mario Alborghetti. Back Row, Left to
Right: Thomas Montlani, Davitl lfrcsia.
Left to Right: Audrey Stone, Roberta Calamari, Sylvia Calamari, Dolores Towler, Jeanne Malcarne,
Beverly Pitts, Captaing Ann Lizarrage.
First Row, Left to Right: Elin Benson, Linnea lngraham. Marie Brooks. janet Heicltmann, Patricia
Palau, Second Row, Left ni Right: Tom Moritlani, Davirl Pond, Reynoltl Vfelch, Allan Larson,
Edward Gzyhousl-ti, ,loc Yeniiwith, Alex Kfipper, john Cutone, Pete Hopkins, Third Row, Left to
Right: Alfred Materas. Louis Boggio, Kenneth Halltlen, Ed Caste-lli, Robert byogner, john Olson.
Absent: Eugene Nucci,
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Mxss L Gear
Mr Edyxxn Olson
Mrs Edvun Olson
lk1ary Lou Belanger
Mr and Mrs Leon Wnlchynskr
Mr and Mrs joseph Guertm Sr
The Deep Rrver Hrstorntal Souety
Mxss D lores Borslk
Mr and Mrs joseph Smxth
lk1r and Mrs Peter Barom
lk1r and Mrs Fluor Smnth
In Memory of Cpl Joseph Smnth
Bobs Shoe Repalr
Amy and Howard Tower
Miss Helen G Hannon
George F Vogt
Charles Heldtmann I
Mlss Lucllle Mmer
Mrs E B Haller
The Brass Goods Mfg Co
Mr and Mrs Everett Scholfleld
Mass May Campbell
Mr Frank Mondam
Mrs Frank Mondanl
Mr and Mrs joseph Gardelm
Judge and Mrs F H Snckney
Mr and Mrs Franklyn Kensel
Donald K Good
Thomas E W1nd jr
Ernest L Bxlfinger
The Deep Rnver Garden Club
'k1r and 'klrs Wnllxam C Johnson
klr and Mrs Herbert Mook
Mr and Mrs Thomas H Ford
Mxss Holly Levus
Denglers Servnce Starxon
Mr and Mrs Arthur Welsch
Mr and Mrs johnj Kurze
Mr and kirs Georgej Ressler
NTISS Irene L Moore
Mr Harry Bernstem
Mrs C W Thurlough
k1r and Mrs Ernest M Lrbby
Mrss Nancy Kaufman
Mr and Mrs Max Zellner
Mr and Mrs john H Dengler
Mr Walter Schwertzer
Mr and Mrs John Stanton
ludy and Frankle
o an Mrs Jullan S Dexter
r an Mrs james H Gould
r and Mrs R H Grrswold
ant Mrs George A Marsh
ln Memory of Eugene W Pot US N
Mrs E A Post
Mr J Albert Berg
Mr Lours Pratt
Rev Lesl1e Van Dxne
Mrs Olga Hardvuck
Howard L Crook
r john N Schnexder
Mrs Currrs B Blshop
Stanley M Warner
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Lrllran and Carl Blaschtk
Mlss Elxzabeth Palau
Mr Lou1s Palau
lk1r and Mrs Albert Sargrs
Mrs Fbba Anderson
Mr Salvatore Petrone
Mr and Mrs Harry Zack
Murray H Zack
Mathxas C Zack
Andles Beauty Shop
Mr and Mrs Stedman Stowers
Mr and Mrs Edward Danxels
Mr and Mrs Francts Rutty
Dr and Mrs John Crawford
Mmss Bermce Borse
Mlss Julia Castellr
Mrs Ruth Lanzr
Mr and Mrs Harold S Ferguson
Mr and Mrs Charles W Prtts
Mrs Lenor W Anhalr
Mxss Sandra Johnson
Mrs Elnzabeth Whrte
Mrs Alxce Wxgren
Dome and Drck
Mrss Clara Zxegra
Mrs Mary B Sprxng
Mr and Mrs james Clark
Dr and Mrs A Kurtz Kmg
Mxss Darsy Prlcher
S OF EDUCATION
Mr and Mrs Herbert Haser
Mr and Mrs Samuel Goldrexch
Mr and Mrs john Gregory
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