Valley Regional High School - Triad Yearbook (Deep River, CT)

 - Class of 1956

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NL--'f 'jx' Ny? Ri Spiga 3 ii '1.-L3 lf li Nj 'K Q L ' up .f bb x RN 5 1 I I N fltiifix N Q H VALLEY -I IQHI 'Q in ' C - 1V r, Qongc s g cg T 505 I ' 37 Q E K ' E E J: Mi 1 G RI U 3 M gig, R dx -I3 J 3 5 UI PHOTOGRAPHY First Row, left to right: Jean Wolf, Marcella Brodzinski, Diana Drudi, Eleanor Palau, Eleanor Lovell, Second Row: Barbara Hennion, Judith Mar- vin, Shirley Puffer, Carol Ken- el, Roberta Daniels, Lucie Hr.-rel. TRIAD Seated, left to right Victoria Misliclx Judith Halltlen Diane Cxlamari Elizalwcth Fpricht Bxrbarx Pike. Standing Miss Helen Hannon LITERARY First Row, left to right: Jeanne Courtemanche, Alda Capitani, Sandra Kurze, Dolores Tiezzi, Eleanor Santi, Patricia Tour- ville. Second Row: Kathleen Rolf, Tamsen Miner, Jayne Yeske, Ralph Scott, Dian Wil- cox, Nancy Bargnesi. 2 DEDICATION We, the Triad Club of 1956, do hereby dedicate this yearbook to Charles Tippin, in view of his years of service to the student body, in helping them to become better citizens in their community. Mr. Tippin has also contributed to the improvement of the teenage driving problem by teaching the students the correct methods of driving, in his Driver's Training Course, an asset to our community. 3 FAC LTY HThy mind is a kin dom unto me, Miss Dorothy Andrews, M,A Miss Dolores Borsik, M.A. 1 ik Miss Mary Babic, B.S. Miss Marjorie Batherson, B.S. Miss janet Bilodeau, B.S Miss Isabelle Brown, M.A. Miss Julia Castelli, M.A. Mr. Leo Cohen, B.S. Mr. Daniel Connors, B.S. Mr. Frank Desmond, M.S. Mr. David Drake, B.S. Mrs. Catherine Ford, B.A. Mr. Albert Frank, M.A. Mr. Vincent Galfney, B.S. 4 Mr. Donald Grohs, B.A. Mr. Robert Groth, M.A. T h word is wisdom and truth. 79 Miss Helen Hannon, M.A. viiss Katherine Moylan, B.F.A. Mrs. Gertrude Porter, B.A. Mrs. Rita Kess, M.S. Mr. Sherman Krane, M.M. Mr. Roger McGrath, M.A. Mt. Harold Muggleston, M.A. Mrs. Rosalie Otto, B.A. Mr. William Paradis, B.A. Mr. Paul Renton, M.S. Miss Jeanette Roberts, B.A. Miss,Helen Spencer, M.A Mr. William Stoll Mrs. Victoria Stowers, M.A. 5 Mr. Charles Tippin, M.Ed. Mr. Donald Washburn, M.A .aw T fr f Mr. Edward Klotzberger, M.A. Mr. Alexander Plante, M.A. Mr. Clarence Steinberger, M.A. Superintendent Principal Guidance Director ADMINISTRATIO and ERVICE Mr. Lewellyn Mack Custodian -If . CA FETERIA HELP First Row, left to right: Mary Elston, Mildred Dorr, May Rurty. Second Row: Henrietta Koritkowski, Helen Hot kowski, Ola Whitehouse. BUS DRIVERS Left to right: Gordon Maynard, Frank Delletti, Arthur Carlson, Herman Bridschge, Ernest Nucci. OFFICE STAFF Mrs. Norman Sivin Nurse 1-I Sitting: Mrs. Olga Akervall. Standing, left to right: Mrs. Joan Lanzi, Mrs. Caroline Dolle. SENIOR Y' SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Front Row, left to right: Alda Cupitani, Howard Crook. Second Row: Alfred Maltcras, Ned Chnlker. STUDENT COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES First Row, left to right: Roberta Daniels, Ralph Scott, Diana Dru- di. Second Row: Richard Mather, Robert Sjogren, Ronald Muggle- ston, Howard Crook. LT he sun doth rise upon their lives, their da has just be un. M x is i ir' . xy 0 , ' M' l , f L NJN A LIA L ISEOJAR , ,X A, ...HAm,. in ,Ll 1 My 'UL gpg ip ,J X . i X N X ty M fv my A X W J' eohiiil i al agidggsiv XXV psy N 'J' ' NSE' c i' 3 ' N iJUQ'I'iW5qd 'il V ii I ni , us , N, g in n , ll: - ' X'-Q X A. J if l orlaxgfs g Sew ngvdlisfb ' etr Sllta p lub 'J fill' iplf X - if if A V U 'U ci, - lil .JJ YJ Uvctllsf TN ' 'X Lal wfjiite llittgjivifoniilliix it spar ingyklqeagayesm. . knoghr v 'yi 'vw lvl 2 it ,rl er ort s a oh . . hast, valffety dxf in-6 ix ,i If . -qi Q 'Va Nt sts... a dJen N ' e ari work aftetrilgra ja L -,it V' ,J A in ticniilli... edict s 'e ll .W - i, .jf Cf A ly A n if " 3 - W - ,V '- I tl y 4 I -x. XJ i ' ' mfi'lf"l1 Ml. Lei 6 WQ AJJIOBERT WALTER ARONSON "Bob" Cc- V ' K' sf 5 Lrgnywyivfg XLTZZA man of few words is the best of men.." lf .V AM- , ijvwadminton lg Archery 2g Agriculture 2g Social Danc- fu , ' ing 5g,Square Dancing 3. W L ghfajyr fawfwwfer L 7 , Mlways quiet and friendly . . . noted for his curly ' f-'44 KVWF ' hair likes the Boston Red Sox favorite astime . . . . . . p , 'T xwi A74-M rg ful? lrglding around" in his Chevy . . . has a good sense L14 , fi,-raw-C1 fvvw-414-'7fO humor. il 1 vert A - IDRu.c St QE I f' sy We DAVID SAMUEL BARGNESI "Dave" "One cannot always be a hero, but one can always be a man." Basketball 1, Zg Ping Pong 2g Chef Club 2g Class President 2. His curly hair is the envy of many girls . . . has a mind of his own . . . owner of a '55 Chevy . . . easy to get along with . . . Rock 'n Roll fan . . . believes that variety is the spice of life . . . tries anything once . . . seems quiet to those who don' know him . . . good sense of humor . . . good dancer . . . wonder- ful to know . . future plans include returning to Africa. GEORGE BENSON BECKER "Geo" "Let thy speech be better than silence, or be silent." Senior Chorus 1, 2g Square Dancing 33 Chef Club lg Band 2. Blonde, George is chief soda jerk at the Deep River Pharmacy . . . has a private cab service for Region- alites . . . his personality will make him our town's favo ite pharmacist ' U3-I Meg? ffwag OJ are n ATM? Q RICHARD MONTAGUE BELANGER "Dick" "The force of his own merit makes his way." Basketball 3, 4g Track 35 Soccer 4g Glee Club 2, 43 Boys' Sports 4. Flirt . . . super athelete . . . proud of his beard . . . drives a Chevy . . . low voice . . . good build . . . good sense of humor . . . fun to be with . . . a great one for teasing people . . . future will include Army. ,SX XY . W MARY JOSEPHINE BISSELL "Bissie" . X 3 X I ii ' hi "Better the foot slip than the tongue." N ' ' d Hockey 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Softball 1, 1 X X 52,321 adminton 1, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer . ' , Ky Varsity Clubj 2, 3, Forum 2, Aquatic 3, Honor N X gp fu Q iety 3. 4, Senior Chorus 1, 2, Class Secretary 3, , 3 ii tudent Council 2, Girls' State Representative, Can- - i 1 N idate for Junior Prom Queen. Vs 1 ' 1 r Y XA l Top star in all sports . . . hard worker . . . known . X Q N c ,, for her red wavy hair . . . very studious . . . nice to Q M Xl N know . . . always ready to add with a joke . . . one ' 3 p of our able candidates for Junior Prom Queen . . . 3 bound to be a success at whatever she does. C f 83:1 JOAN BRADSHAW "Joan" "I was not born yesterday." Cheerleader 4, Archery 4, Dramatics 4, Library Squad 4. A new comer to our group this year . . . nice to look at, still nicer to know . . . likes golf, Waterskiing. square dancing, and especially boys Cbasketball play- ersb . . . one of our cheerleaders . . . a large supply of clothes . . . a stunning figure . . . plans to go to college. MARCELLA ROSE BRODZINSKI "Mush" "I saw and loved." Girls' Woodworking 3, Senior Chorus 2, 33 Tumbling 2, 4, Sewing Club 1, 2, Triad 4. Cute as a picture is our Mush . . . attractive eyes . . . neat dresser . . . believes in having fun in life . . . main interest is Frank . . . plans to go to hair dressing school. f . M t A - - ii falgbfl .I . X ,.t,f'5k'- j XV, dill 'J ,l ,E ?fL1ziGlANGFiA QAPITAQSJH i "A1die" N yy "Hr-iftjangel face is tbiefgrfat eye of heaven." jf lgv' bm -i Cl ecretary 4, Seni, horus 1, Triad 2, 3, 4, Vali i Echo 3 4' Girls' S ate Representative. GV 'liz k! ffl rt Deep . f 1-'5'c9dItri utigzlw Girls' Stage . . . big brown f X ' - . . a , 1 . . u y ucky ex cutive an e cient secretary i l ' en w t etty, Sleg 'nd Carol . . will ake some 1 1 V JOAN THERES63 CAPUCIATI "cap" R 1- M . " ithout a s 1 theglforld is like a wilderness." k x N f Q . xx 1 L 'A 'L ' d Ho ey ll 2,.N3, 4? Basketball 1, 2, ' Baseball "P G nager , 2, 3Xgeni Drama 1, 2, 3, 4. C reasurer .Ji i . 3, Secrei ry , ad nton 31QVarsity Cx 2, 3, 4, Q -v ef .H.A. ,Xfgd 4, , espianv 4,,-fSecr ryl. a. rw 1 X 1. ' . Y ' N15 'Y 5 vt HQ lx V 4'-x xi! J K1 'M N V XX ' Y xl L aj x, . ' J- ,X Q ' J XJ V F r I 1 3 N: l fx 5, J J w J X Qi joanvfag npqikr run oigu of things to ta about . . . J . 4 active in sports anxd dramaQ club . . . likes a good -'Y' V e ' ...f'dt "tet' xg ,J Ay ANY, U J t ' Y rien o egerypne mam mer s is is QF 'sf Q' A vfays se t ing or ling ing Msitallz ceo f I ',' 1 ' Q T S bnbp C-lava WM 1-num r1tANu:s CAPUCIATI "Pete" "He's a gentlemen, look at his boots." Soccer'1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2g Chef Club 1, 2, 35 +- Archery 3, Automotive Club 2g Boat Club 25 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Usually seen in cowboy boots and Stetson . . . tall. very conscientious worker . . . plays soccer . . . partial to Chevies . . . hobby is hall duty . . . a friend to all that know him. V p G-fx' L CAT E C INI "Midge" 'fi "Lo un eerful and b ' " as f N ' ' Q "A A enior 2g Argher J' a H od. c ...se ' etofc es... G , Zlors . . . peci C rise ' as can . be . . . n at 'a 'es.. rrendly to eryo . . o ur ' ' t c ates. N .JJ ' v N IGEOR TH C , JR. "Soup" X - ' 'Ear e mi d i plea res." , I . Segal ZR, p 'n gCo- Qi1LBasketball ,N .'.t 2, 45 er ,' ono ciet, , f Club lg ' to N Uys' Sp s ,3 4g Bad intong, 2g ' g Pong 2. X X ikes kt flsrand eba ' . . nyltes a h' with 'IV Sopho orel' ls, esp ' ncy . . . usual een ,s F4 , driv' ' I cks . . . g se umor . . . ue-1 X 3 el' fr' n . . . i il you et to ow him. f wt .ws if V W , yn 3, ' 3 Us A X JNAS - SJ 0 X fu O V ABQES NST? L "Cal" 5, ' ' Q5, I . X. 1 N 'Ax v "Nothing ggt s ev achiev without ,A-' K-33 , X JJ thusias " N 0 a et ll 3' ase a , omotive Club 43 U y se nd a '3 'Plymo ith joan . . . plays bask tba an aseball . . . like to square dance . . . t x W V 1 t J 1 Q DATE I Mx hill 1 1.1m 50 K Q' f ' ' 5, ' - always ady with laugh . . . a real friend to those who Q . l J .5 EDWARD PETER CASTELLI "Eddie" 6 x I A "I came. I saw, I conquered." 3, 4g Boys' Sports 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 1, 2, 3 , Badminton 2, 3g Senior Chorus 1, 2, 3g Cheerleader 4. Very athletic . . . likes baseball . hobby is kee - , r his jeep on the road . . . usually seen terrifyin 3 A F 'Q l 'HV' l I. l W X. , A Z A 'vt I li k 6 Baseball 1, 2, 3g Basketball 3g Soccer 4g Tumblin K 1 2 ' A. 1 l WM if A W C I N f 7th graders while on hall duty . . . a very neat dresser. ' uuwA1uJ UUULD hp ROWLAND CHALKER 2nd f - , A , 11N-edu ' " - 1 ei qualities that make for success' K X My g , 3g So er 4g Honor Society 3, 4g Auto- 7' X5 ' 1 f ' e b g C ef Club lg Senior Chorus 1, 2g A " 5 min 1' Var ty Club 2, 3, 4g,C1ass Treasurer J , 2, 4g h e a . r ef i ,- f ' Deserv ng m er of the National Honor Society . . . likes t wo on a 1933 Ford . . . fond of money . . . his fu ure includes Pat . . . studies hard, so he is sure to be a success in anything he attempts . . . college is in ore aft r graduation. L ' CR ll -Q XX . a will 'failyogls X 6 oxlo V I W De X ,ut L lfwllrdh Wil' lr, lf .22 Nav gl-liISTENSEN "Nancy" J ax Q! ow " eu dvand tyfyise lixe quiet lives." M' Dine worker this hier . . . good student . . . Uyldlnart in chemistry . . . ushes sily . . . is a basket- ball fan . . . plans to become a nurse. ew dil,!r2'en's lolspaldur 'n rhlgng hair . . . Dock . X H- JJ. L y rl I V. will , Q " , f"' li ,J r c ,af KATHLEEQ RgG1NV,H:L pRK "Taffy" Jil' I K S - rf' :'LifeliksO7What you make it." 'I QN'Uldlbck,gy!L3g Qaskgtliiall 3g'3SeniorAC lotus 5, 4g Square y pci fy, J fl Q- 4 1 3.fCame tdz us ylasg' yiearil lr K Hampshire . . . me '--s f fawgafite pastilyle, horse-ba rid g . . . cheerful . . . , f 4?-friendly .yllfeasy to get alo g with . . . plans to be the 'Qif future owlner Clarks Stayef 'Q U1 Cdl Qs 0 M If U, gi C . N Asif C Qf Ap 9 ' A,ga:9LlEDNA onmlblliy 4 ' -' is X s N "The a off lovers are the newal ofxl XA? QQV J 3.960 Basketball , , 33 Senio rus Zvggggand 9 6 I Q L' ng 'blond'eflya'i1i'. . always ee withjgverett . . . - 2,9 , 1 . P ts o f,Q1ii:d't'o be wit . . loves to rse around . . . f A 61' 'AU' I1 L whi - 1-enc . ,. t ease onirlie dance floor Cy. Q vwgoy. e a . 4 5 t r . . . tem? . . Cant wait to get married Q ave a home of r own. Beuuffs Wivfd 0 s K l "Nance" 1 " i e i or et's e e e kind." S et 2 g all , , 35 ni Chorus 15 X ad ' ton 33 rsit 4 b , 45 Archery 33 V or S i ty 3 Cjgjfetary y U all . . v . seen rking at Benny's , . . bas all c in . good guard in basketball . . . al- ys wi ' to . . . a little tease . . . a true friend . . . has any secrl t interests. 7r VRQIJISIIY C 3, 4. , W SL H K .Ja V QWJfhEa'r those L s at ,N1I,S Gail . good worker ' I3 MARRIED , A vi' 1' j?lTQjpV5il'DggBEy,gQ1jK L ..Hac,. V W pw . HW' reskihd pati t A orm." kj? img, ,J i balljl, 3 is tball l,- 33 ihdlninton 1, 2, 6 r QsyStu egPCouncl , 43K and eckers 33 s X ta Sp li: 335mm 4, fVi tPres' entbg Honor Soci 5 3,'Z?YI'r ' entjgfglads ent 3, 4. - ,, 3 A gc. GYA leader a a elk, guy . .xserved ' ourii lass pr ent for t e st o years . . al 'iiing cgogd a ' ha . . . t or is b hair- cutx . .7 his r' ly smile . . . always re y with a joke . . . plan ' attend college. VN1k V " SW ,J vt' ' fi ' . i , -f 1 Yi kv 1 J X3 w ' L L 1 Y 1 1 cnt 1 3 L V C9 t. 1 ll QfQ,tz!sZ'tl Q7 WP WSAN ANN DANFORTH "soo" if U' ii W O' 9' "Dodgers Won!!." l rt ip Softball 1, 2g van Hi Echo 1, 2, 3, 4. ol' , Q Ardent Dodger fan, happy at last . . . lover of sports , ' especially baseball and the Dodgers . . . loves a good J argument . . . real hot-rod driver . . . never seen with- X owl 1.0 ' out Betty, Aida and Carol . . . a friend to all . . . plans X + QT? W . j f f . 1 y G to enter hairdressing school and be,corne a beautician, , - rr' ' , 1 ,l , F ' ' ' ' , , . .XRCLBERTM ALLENE DANlELS 7 I "Bert" '. i ' ' ."l'ixctise my devilisl1'deeds." 3 fn 3 ' 1 . Field Hockey 31, 243, 4g'Bookofbo1l 1, 2g Softball' 1, '23 Tumbling .l, 2, Zi, 43 'Badminton lg Archery lg Triad 45' Varsity C 'b 2, 3, 43 Student qouncil 4, C Treasurer J . ' 4 A, cute brunltei. . . liked by all . '. . likes anything concerring fun . Moodus seems to be among her interes s .,. . likaes 'spokts and 'horseback riding . . . seen most in her father's convertible . . . made a good Junior Prom Queen . . . hopes to go to the University of Vermont. DOUGLAS STANLEY DEXTER "Doug" "Never do today what you can do tomorrow." Track 33 Soccer 43 Automotive Club 33 Tumbling 33 Vali Hi Echo 43 Cheerleading 4. Noted for his hot Fords . . . gets great pleasure out of being a tease . . . main interest: Emily . . . has a wonderful sense of humor . . . loads of school spirit . . . peppy cheerleader. . 'l or A ax RILY D "Jane" W 1 "Sie ce Y en.' X X 1 ketba 3 B into , 23 A ery 2, 3g etro- 'ix po 'ta p a ub 3 ram 4g Ho Society AAP 3, eni horus. N lylu X' litt teleph oper t . . . ious minded 3 . . . kn W or blush' . . . always ping others '. liab . will do a great deal f r the good o e peop . J 'i - vi . Q -sag 'fir l er 5 177 Q ' e 'acl TA LAURA DRUDI "Diana" "Actions speak louder than words." Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, CCaptainJ, Softball 1, 2, 3, Band 1, Senio Chorus 1, Badminton 1, 2, Varsity Club -' i, 4, mbling 1, 2, 4, Triad 3, 4, CSecretaryJ, ' etr polita Opera Club 4, Student Council 4. 'e 'S t - word for Pee Wee . . . a giggle that ts un pectedly . . . uses her sparkling eyes to a 1 advan ge . . . a whizz on the hockey field . . . cap- - -o d job in everything . . . admirer of the e s x . . . an all around student with a nice - nai . . . plans to major in Physical Education at E.S.S. .C. 1 1 C I I uf 'n 1 - - hockey team . . . always does her share . . . v'u 1 . . 1 I Lois GWEN EVERTS - W 1 O X X "Silence is more eloquent than rds." if 7 fbi' Basketball 53 Softball 3' Senior s 1, 2' Ba Lin T N ton 1, Archery 2 3, 4',Varsit b 4, 13820150 tan Opera Club 4. ,J gb Q., On the quiet side . . . since: frie el . . . p s ile . . . tall and attractive blo' I . ' neat peara . . . sure success in what er s es. 1 HOWARD CHARLES FRANCIS "Bevo" " appetite come to me while eating." 4' Basket 1 1 2 3 9 Manager 2, 5, Base- 3 Sent horus , 3, 4, Badminton 1, s Spor s 4 tal n n Howard is the class " ' e wh ' app ci by all . . . his sly remarks N' e the topic of 'con ersation interesting . . . can s lly be found in the cafeteria. f DUANE CHQLES FRESLA "Duane" x U lb , ' saitiysoqsibmendedf' Sqcceplll, , 3. flggigsketxlzalll 1, , 4, Baseball 1, 2, 31 Cofcaptainl -'Bax into , 2, rs'ty Club 2, X 4, B ' fi 4 oYS ppdrtskfq U55 X A qui y who is a y xfr A y and willing to lencl l handjxto sb e . . . King of our Qggnio ' . .Y V' s sports and plays them well . . . J ell lk 'by all. X . .g X A ' 1 ll 5 OBER F . "Bob" : ' ive all ou it' m ake no to." ex L WTI Aw 'wg 3, mint . N I A ailalk o le e ool n an err d of me . 1 .ia ows h' ars i i e an ut. Z . lly cali e d K der ar at orro ' Garx . . app c t a goo e a usual as one to ell . . . has coal black h ' ' in at girls like to n their fingers through. ' ' C-Xi! Cc ?e .A K1 1 4 . - lx- -1 1 1 li .1 Lflvp Lifff WH L., J UUA 1 rl 1v1n1ut1LL X N IPKUD 1 udy" ' Ayn! "If there's a will there's a way." ,l If j ff Leather Club 4g Art Club 2, 3, 4g Social Dancing 31 ylflvxcj Archery 55 Badminton 2g Folk Dancing 2. ' if Hard worker . . . always willing to lend a helping FI, JVM, hand . . . mischief under her quietness . . . likes to ' , bf f jitterbug and polka . . . loves plays . . . very capable L41 6 . . . has a mind of her own . . . loves art . . . likes motor- 1 cycles . . . sure to be a success . . . likes Chet right now, wait awhile though . . . plans to be an art teacher. 7 p C l LW ' ELIZABETH MAE ERYE "Betty" .Q D M ,fl 7 ' '1 -qj-1' "Silence often displays deep understanding." Sewing Club lg Art lg Badminton l. Shy, until you get to know her . . . likes photography and art . . . loyal friend, often seen with Alda, Susan ' and Carol . . . likes to sew and ake her own clothes ,sl it X 7 'va ,L I l ' Vi? UI, 1,21 V, 1 J tl t I - M1977 1 W :CW L w . . . conscientious vgorker . . . l aysc 'ming to please . . ,future Eloudecidalgxf no JWIT4 A W!! l,',tlV,.f1W ,1l' ,iw ff 111 l -U VU QV -nfl' ' ' od xv' il UV ' ' , l QV dll ,ffl 1' I if if I wi 'I'Hg'RESA.1Xl1AE,p'lZ ull' VW fl D1'TeT i , ' 1,, IN - DX beLGhe,Sg,lD1CgkV'fVygk11jfJf 'I Vp! DIV ul!Di91 3ArtC 5 emlor hous inton 1 F61 6dHC?UgV2MAfQI6f i 31180 ' 1 X . ' i fix 'iqqiij B ff i fl t U' 1 a 11 l a etlf ll lf, 1 " .v ' , ' D , ' in t . . . ,tgp has la' mm o er o . ans for ff' I D b A . I . 21 I ' J od 'e '. . ' 6 K . A 1U X' ejxubire Mlude Dick Llgd arryp 1 H ,fr 1111 tv 1 1 if 1 ' h . ,gl Q is --!:K3AlX',ily V 'X is 1 5 -1 X .VKX L, gg' ,QA ETTE ELAINE GLADDING "Jan" 1. S - V ' 1 is! , .J ' Xl V" X using away sorrow, cast away fear." ' iisadmiznton lg Senior Chorus l, 55 Senior Dramatics , 5 Sggpial Dancing 3, 4g Tumbling 2. v' ' M l I 41 X 1 vt 4, I "mv 1 vt 03 J I - ' " y ' 4 r 'V I . . . j' Q, I L , V J V 'Aj' Sh j t you know her . . . friendly with everyone . . . if E " U J Nl Q V ix fl ll V U ji iw V , Qi J. 1 Qvotite subject is Eddie . . . cute . . . always willing 1 to hel l . . talkative and sill . . . alwa s seen in a U P Y Y J 54 Oldsmobile with Eddie . . . future will include 5 1 JX Mg N ax U1 yo marriage. . M ,X I 'J N D 'El 1 . . l 'il Y W ' l P ' if S ' ' L J 1 'J ' H 1,1 V K, u n EXW 'Wa 1 ya' 2,211 if f BOOP 1 1 X V " fi, ea o m1 1 ea y or un, flu, VL '11 filing Jtqvlta anyone." . Basketbilbll, 2,J3?pTurlibi g 1, 2, g Badminton ldlf Senior Chcffiis ' Va ty Cl ,' 4g Triad 5g 1' aw 1 ,E Instt-uct Z and' ,Grwtgf nt in , 4. Ilblires. s' ard! da eu f ein quit often riding l U Ainwmack d con rtible . . . good sport . . . asset S lto any grbup . . . hear the ring of laughter. turn U 'pl ,laro ng it's bound to be Bett . . . also a perennial clown " . . lqlandles the basketball very well . . . always lis- i teni to Hill Billv music . . . will .Qo far in college. 26 . i X 0 x I Dancing SQ Band, CMajorettej 3, 4. W ANY ' Bjlyf ARA JEAN GROTE "Barb" X, ' A ' f UA 'She is thoughtful and sweet from her head ' '. ' ' to her feet." fl' ,, U .bk Ojcgbling 1, 2g Senior Chorus lg Senior Square I 1 x xjfb il 2' ULMLU AA true friend . . . good sense of humor . . . beautiful NX ,V " lue e s sh rt blonde hair and is as cute as can be f " . .h iflerf rsonality . . . drives a hot rod . . . f jf , ,, ffl, y ' Sandiel. . . very romantic . . . main if Ofl 1 terem Ge . . . future foretells her as a housewife. JI 1 ff' wil X f ' .X N' 15' vi A5 ,fx K M . u pb c' if lf f 1 JJ if , V 'Q ,X I' 'V If fl l 'Lijlkl J X LJ' ull Q .5I1I'5IA,qXl7'ILN HARRAH "Annie" .gf-B., 'f 'A M L il ,vlylg hord1nf5yy,and good fellowship in her." 3' ' C1201 2 '43 " 34 L" -pn my e quiet side . . . sincere . . . independent . . . L1 VJ, ffr' ndjly . . . neat dresser . . . known for her pretty VV 5 'l'r'ai3.pf' . . will talk forever about sail boats . . . always ' I, Qrex y with a smile. -v r , ff ' X' W' X ,Y x-- LUCIETAVABJIIA 'QEREL ," K 3'hL1kje" px Q .Xp .N S . C S' ' "A frienld ,niay well-be fpckbaedwhf rgnasfekpiece Hs, A-of Nat0fE." 3 :Jef 5.5 if f X -Y wg O I Y I iz -x X' - Badmintonxlg A-rt Club- fIir'lqL'pUoodwQrkingq5r 4 'gag Triad 43 Sedior1Chorf1s 1, Q,'5,Q. T ' 1 C jg - l A 1 4. A k is . , fe' V l yt yu Full of fun . .fgnice ffxietfglvways Fl, . wondeguff Ng sewer . . . likes art., . gea? apqsear-is eip. fqice Q. 1 - be with . . . always happy: desigtgyrgmdli' akesltheff' own clothes . futur?,AtherC2VAFS or oikyge. if ' ' iw A9 lj, li , , . 1 VAR A A M Margie' 'Vfljl f " s i J is hevflolllr o vi e. 5 x 0 eniqrl! o , 2 33 En r cia a g 5 3 x 'v G 1 ji! , X f X' 1 V Ma25I.0.k o nt r rs rm .. acute little ac ge f ha ines . . lushe ea 'ly . . . always u l h a film smi an a endly 0 . . . want to d r ie . l o r h t ' Black Buick or X! illy . . wf ly e couple . . sure to be a success , . .' fu ns ag? e. Q' 3' , V .gf . lr x EVERETT PAUL INGLIS "Ev" "It is a wise saying, drive on your own track." Automotive 2g Boys' Chef Club 25 Audio-visual 33 Boat Club 2. mechanic . . . hard worker . . . good personality and a wonderful friend . . . always riding in a convertible . . . never seen without Gail . . . future will include Gail. A Always smiling . . . Ev is Morrow's good looking My QV' CAROL JOANNE KENEI. AY ,iw "Carol" E A rx f gl NAS 1 jg dd A L 0 'B jllfial RLGE MAWHUSZ ydlel "Bea" A V of b al, but si ce is greater." I l . I . jskeyl 2 g 2 lHIOH 7125, Archery 3, Sewing Club 7 fy fa ' gg V ' ch 4. , f , fl! 1 mqbmlm C ' Q, V, bgled r A 'lo el lfgfd ' nd dimples , 1 1 s . . . f KC a en nse of umor ell liked by all as gure alway wllllng to help out first k bub ng CfS lJt3lW ghlHg -has . . . . . . h l ' df' - ri . . s ' ' . . . f ' 9 f fin YAC , t ug s are of Charlie . . . plans to be a secretary. ,I , ' ' L 5, V , SANDRA LYNNE KURZE I7 "Sandie"pC6 , ,.'ThifpQlf-fi:-vgrdtgffvfugfgnfiqgile, the onlybvjalij Q A if , 'V o hfvlefa grierlfdx is fe49he.2Zv0' I -f y qv LC wa wVlarsiyL'L'-lfuf 2, 3, eerLIladlfn'g72 ,XJ 'tantu V. 4 11,41 L Gilplzlinljgcyllli Hi rp,sfjl'ri21dfqg3 ffumlbsling Zgvvl ffflfl ' 1 Ml Badldi-ifltonl lg,NBa dt? qugefllanqifg. alfa: gv' S W, ll' if ,J f Xj. all oo 'f A ort a sweet-'. .filways ne . e s e t N Qtr' y , L,cL'4Shosefv6il1d4h9n't know Her . , . v riive,.ilsJ'Hlie" C7 , Vlflflffalwag rea5l'yFwih'lrE15py,s 16 216,13 friendlyld A wif Q f D Q fl helloZ . lrways se ofgvith Balgbara .E . loves art,an 'A 611 " rnbilsic, es ecially 'n4,Roll . a grefarygliea er MPA 'X VL! favorite sub t isfbave ff""Lfutu'rcEnKrtai Ct' . . 7 .V . Q r A V AN GUSTAV LARSON "Ala R 'T nowledge to know, ability to do b Ny- ' . energy to accomplish." in J if Q ce 1, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Triad l, 3, Basketball 2, 50" ,C Club 1, Badminton 1, Senior Chorus 1, 2, 4g ,Fr Q g V it fig Forum 4, All State Representative 4, f. - I E ,QV 'Mr x. ll Hl Echo 43 Class President lg Class ff d QW X, i sigiflsg 2g Advisory Council 4, Cheerleading 4. I 9 UJ Vx, Q ' Always smiling . good looking blonde . . . won- derful personality . . . adds a spark to the cheerleading squad . . . usually seen in a maroon '56 Plymouth . . . plans to further education at college. 1 I , l N My JJ, in , , l Cm 'JJ AINLDE' LQVEZZOM! Am 5JPat"iVf ' 'Qa J"Full of cheadffull of pep, shg makes new ien sf! 1 ,vf ' . - ' fy qi l wish every step."'f ' N., Q af , .5 , ,Cf . V . , , 1 . V Y Earl Hgckey ZQAX Senlmr Chorus 1, 2,3 all Echo I - . SZ, 3, dminton 3, Archery 5, 1 I' , l ,f v g l I J r ' ' ' IK' ,f ' JW Still of uny. . swellmerldro halve . . . sparklingger-X xii 'D ,IU nalitygv. . hasja weakdess tall bl?kyzle bays . . . 7.5 gf ' et. A J will- t alrrygyr anyypiffg ong as, t' has-, large n . .Z X am of ca ories i it ooks nige in green . . . someday plans to ownlhelr ownfclothiflg stlore . . . lots of fun at pajama parties. "She enjoys work and fun: ,she has a smile in 5, S31 ,L 'P' Th everyone. A X ,W .sr '7 rv l, 'X lf j"" ff' C 0 k I Basketball 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, Vali Hi Echo 1, 21 3, 4:3 ,gr CSecretaryJ, Triad 2, 3, 4. fl" p LN U K' -- os yt A great teaser . . . always full of fun . . . a wonderful Q1 Y, 0 sense of humor . . . has a special yen for playfre- 'f 71 S5 73' hearsals- . . . long pretty hair . . . good studentlgbi 51" 'K il I plans to enter secretarial work after graduation. K 1 . AL .ny X X IKIXLYILIXL 1. La!! 1 LIJX. LADIJDLXLYLIILY H H Peggy "You have to live life to love life, and love life to live life." V Softball 2, 3, Vali Hi Echo 3, 4, CEditor in Chieflg " Boating Commodore 3, Senior Chorus 1, 2, Archery 2g Varsity Club 3, 4. Likes just about anything and does it well . . . hobby is having flat tires on her Pontiac . . . never seems to unwind . . . sweet personality . . . sure to be a success 1 tever she does. QSQDJXYJ7 C!!-2 X , CJ? js bf F S ' ' R717 U v F' 1 Ci J Mm X XOVOQTEK 166B 1 INJRIWQ1 "Tyla" Q ' ' wegczgn menfu' I 1,2,3gS al a nga ,ian . t t . . l f . I ti . . aa in- .Jr ami! 5 M ' .cl . u ally Sli ary . . .lalways UJP J in 1 ski t s t e a secregil , f- jp 'I' ML ylkdjilf' My . .f A 'fy ij J SDE IPI MAY MALCHIODI ,, "Madeline" bifl 53 L pf! ' is ' ssible to a wi heart" ly C enior C fy!!! I r C - H - ' A T1 3 4 Q sf fgfoyesf 'lf 'Aj' E 4 J! , !PShy a quiet if 'clout 512 er . . . doesn't say H ,, gf , ' ,if yu ut is since Af. . go sense of humor F :Q E O J QW U . . .loves s c . . . en ting once you get to know ,ff 7 if' her . . . alw ys willing to help. K1 . fl , - . X JUDIUI .sk-Siiv -MARVIN "Mme v VI . A r 1 fx' 1 NAA use cqmpoltfncl of mystery and fun."x I? Y 1' - WX' , Field5I-foqkegl 2, 963, Softball 1, 2, V Club 4 2,i'3j 4S:T1'iacl 4gx1'umbling 3, 45 Badnjimon lg Ad- , ,Q visqrp xgouneii 4 6 3 V V P, , 9 112-glclbtl go anywhere or doianythiitig at- ailytiniez. . y se most wfith'BerT . . .,a pair of dungarees, and she's tqxafmagpy 5 ,E likes spaircsfespecially fieldfhockey . . . if " you hear someone laughing in the corridors, look Xaround and it's sure to be Marv. V ALFREWTRICK M TAFRA WR. "Al' - .X 5 ,- ,- Q I' A " ' cram m in ' hear N I S . lmt all 2, , 45 axyalball g Se r fllgfdl, 25 5 , d 2, esi en 5, CAll ae B 1 195 - 955 QS are a i 3, c y2gB mi n , ' B s' or ar Clu 3, 4, 4' r S i 3, 4.1! fri e Pddent 4. WP A ' n oft e s ridi ar ' in his Stu i aker 0 . . f iegcl , ch f an get along with . . . ck91gallyLgihke lariggf talk . . . plans to go on t olleze nd be n engine r. s , af'- - ll U I ger9'Fw:f6,,-iS egg .. so ll Lkil fan S -4 Wifi align CHAR LaPLACEq-MATH " e " Ln nQlgt buds into ccess x ' J b So cfgfrptai , a all 1, 2, 3g Badminton g Se or rus , g 1, 2, 3, Boys' Sports 4g S ent un ' , , ' , ' 3 4 residen junior Prom ' rate A tae ent 15654 K d t We . Q67 erfuL,p rso ity . . . slow but sure . . . popular . . 1ook?gre rough any girl's eyes . . . candidate for junio P m King . . . representative to All State Chorus . .Sfarives a blue Pontiac . . . nice to know . . . plans to go to college. -P. Puhlf' -t, ' f 'ji i ' I AY17!lrA 3 UJVIRjilllN RA Mc BE NX "Ginny" ,N I JV X., 'Lirfln t yo r be t 'ubledf' i Q 0' j enio horus , g 1, 2 5 Aquatic g Dra- I 6 f' - m is Stude s E ss 34, g Ba in nglg All r Stzsggiifresentative 3g Honor oci 4. I V Crlie l' e b nettq,'4'i't!fl:yZrkling ey . . . good tu- Wffb nydent . . . es to arg . . live 1 of tire . . . L V . A alvsfd b s . ,Jan avid Dodger fan . . . dresses well Q . . . p ns t nl'er nursing . . . will make a good nurse. ' lv V L I he A , 110 Wilt 'shi 'J THOMAS HOUSTON MINER "Tom" , J' IJX X I Q. A , .'I do what I please and do it with ease." ,Navi ! .1 - Automotive Club 3g Archery 2g Badminton 3. "" - -.J , of .Um Y' " ,i Strickly an outdoor man . . . will try anything once 'Y 'vi I 'A if I' . . . . likes cars, mechanic work, money and girls . . . U' rj VV i jig a happy-go-lucky fellow with many friends . . . plans ,' Pl' -L ! to have a good time in life. ' ' X 'I A .V . fl - N W- 1 ROL D RUCE IYSIQG EST "Ron" "Hi nl t isnt at has fauxsf K c r 2, , ' B sk l 3g rsity lub 2?3, 45 Bad- ,N 2g e a Clkckers F m 33 Dra- E " NNW tics ' Stu nt o ncil , 3, 4 B s' Sports 455 , T' , 'X ass easur N I " '- I . . X Xl ,, J oo ur h y a lik le . . hlete a at 1 1 i Rome . . .11 irr iblex sm tyigh upblla X ff roti?...lwa re yt a h aodjo ...X o eps very od won in he he ge t e' tof'wn 'rs e ' satathiljd s...plansto b ap ology' acGgk??.. x . SUELLE MARY NESS ER "sue" "The pe ' the to 'of he x Qgftball , 3,gQIlfI9anagei rlead'ng 3, , K Cap- t 'nj ali 3" E 2, 3, 4 Sen? Ch u ,- Zg X A uat 2, -'Bad int n lg Students xpt 4g on ' ' Safer , 4g ood rkin 4g ars'ty b 3, ZX N C ass S etary M! M X ilVPep y ch ade . e of e s le . . .C go swi er . . shr d . . dri s blu F . . . 1 ber' th ono oci . . . a good for a l w lau s hopes to befome urse . , - 1 A I Ljf , x! 1 .ff ., ,UN W 'sf B' ' U1 , U J N MARY ANN NETSCH "Mary" ll' Wxfll V . F Q y , "I'll not budge an inch." . ,r 1 . - Vali Hi Echo 1, 2, 3g Senior Chorus 1, 2g Badminton 3. I . - 1 g ' r Full of ener . . . has a s ecial likin for North Car- X My Y olina . . . aigllways seen rgading RicEie's letters . . . writes her daily letter . . . always ready for a good time . . . lives for Richie's furloughs . . . a special passion 'for Fords. til Q wi 1 . I . s, Mlljf W 9 ,xllwlldlkg Ui i ' JOAN LIZ BETH O'KEEFE 'Joann ' Good atu ' one of th rkhest uits pe so lity ie c sket al 2 Scorekegje em Cho 1 EQ ff alie for ocke m ous , J L r ke 9 1 1 P I s 2g B in s ' , 2 heigd - 2 - v ' b , 5, 4 li Bch 4 Q91 ' ' C ajoret 35 onor So ' ty 3, , CTre urerj rr' ,ll - N I ' Y "Goo aturedy . re v is h eeke ds for ave V X , . . . ' ill ig: . . k n o f 5 " 'one of Akdur t dent lov to ea and lyay X i setallV...go se eo'humo...aw s 'in gy to en ber f the onor ' Socie . aw' make a 1 od n se and a even tte ' asi Clu a 1 B d k b l Q g l ha . . de ng Y, N' y . wife or me lucky fel w . . Dave. 'Bt J EFXOLIN I. "Ron" ly I eh od : am in char with the world 9 1 xqot' e b 3 4' Chef u et ong wit doesn t say e t a is ne J e o make himself appreciated 1 A , , l b 1. r wn r of 1916 Fo . . . noted for his shyness I . . a t a ur: ' h . . . ' J a -e 1 ' ' ' ' . s t ontin ' hi learning at trade school. gl, if ' 1' y - glfli ,R c Q53 1 "Barb" - J X K I , r . fi, 2, 2, Trail 0 1 vUSeriq5iS ' led tjllll aslpl lsensegg V r at txqhq ays be er... ' . MU" s fieljdilbi' s ma ers..lJ i tohave . A17 1 O ou like o cyc e ' . .ly es ew York, gf ADV e o en Is a Fer . . . likes x t ra . . ut p Airlin Secret ry at Idle- d Airp . '- ' K J P LET?iNBERG "Joan" 1 A fe U 5 J ON " lot of ch ter d a undle of cheerfulnessf' C4 ab 15511 1 3, van H' Echo 2, 5, csec- .79 Cm' tar 4g reg-y 2, , 4g Woo orking 3, Senior hom. lg Badmin 1. NQ Q' A tru riten 'with a rear onality . . . tall and ' , , nd me er ou lass . . when Joan laughs O t 'o' in . . . sually seen holding wapds . . . ells at basketball games when harlie plays . . . pl s to be a secretary after college ll , ,, - CA L RIE Posr ' ' "CaxQ1" X S ie nd the hogworl smilefvyth you J ,, . KF! . . tx xp, rt Cl 25 S ' t CUorus 1 33 Vi dworlliifg 3. Yjxix "5- - N U X JB Pr po seso of agiiengagement r . . . as nice U I ' A c t s so fw ' h she akes herself . ., parklin Ui f I I H l rs nality . . al ays hegiil . . .pure to a SMQEX I 'N ' '- what ve oekgi livesxfdr Fra W . . . futu -V J 6 tw l , rria i P! l ' ' ' . j F, . . Aff V ,f U fi av lm sv 5 K 'ft - if C N Lrg A ' I Q DONALD SCULLY ROSS "Don" V ,XY ' "Nothing is rarer than true good nature." Q 1' ' " I Track 1, 2, 33 Soccer 4g Ping Pong lg Aquatics lg i ., ii , MJ- ,y Archery 2g Tumbling 3, 4. yi iid NPN , UW: SQ' , wwjfjvug V Vmasy 'gandtgoodnat ...n' or.his Good looking . . . liked by everyone . . . flirt . . . loyal member of the Tumbling Club . . . likes riding around in his convertible with the top down . . . no class is complete without Don . . . to know him is to like him. BEATRICE ANN SAMPIERI "Bede" "Friendship is love without it's wings." Ft .Q Q 9 Dramatics Club 3, 4, CVice Presidentjg Senior Cho- rus 3, 4g National Thespian Society 4. Wonderful personality . . . a very talented actress and singer . . . sweet . . . easy to know and friendly to everyone . . . always willing to help . . . a good leader . . . plans to enter college and is sure to be a success. 4 T: Y Q RALPH VERNON SCOTT "Scotty'j Y "Study as if you were to live forever. . W . K falive as if you were to die torriopowf' K ff , , ,std 2 t,gACd1,.5! 4, qvice piles mp. at S NU' , res" qty' ,Mig Thespia So iet 2, reside t V 3, 41, o iefgjs, 4g re D ni ' 3g ni ' ho s 4' iad 4g andiu for Ju i 1 Q1 . ' A o lhent' mbet1o t e atrsi f ia d spian Sociegig cahgldate unto 0f?K1Ug . main ent . . .Na member of the Honr Society ' , . . 1 c scien i u?Jl'lvvorlizi'and successful in whatever Dlfhe d . . . fu k pla ope to include ovie Oscar I, and a gorgeo s Reagibg lady . . . y arjlyn 9 M 7?? Milf 0033 NM I f ' . 1 A . JOHN WARREN SEVIG X ' h ' J! f "It's a friendly heart that has ' " ' f I ds. I Track lg Automotive Club 3, 45 iwinto , C , ' Club 2g Cheerleading . , 0 f f Q Drives a red hot '49 c . . . nts corri of A . . . hobby is paintin i 0 cting ' ' , batteries . . . found ex lu y at alin J. . , l es anything to do with fo . . . a i nd . . . an ' infectious laugh. in l L ,. 1' . 9 iQ ww DANIEL ROY SHANNON "Governor" l l W ' ' "In quietness lies hidden friendship." Badminton 1, 23 Archery 1, 2, Automotive Club 5g - Senior Chorus 5. l , His car has saved the day for many a student . . . he's ' I , l - A happy and hard Working . . . can be found in the W Kp! Ana i l Ivoryton Store, earning money to run "Old Betsy" . . . one.of our National Guardsmen . . . Dan has hope for the Marines in the future. s no ' iii om 1, 2, 3, 4, V sity Club 3, 4, Aquatic 3, Boys' Sports 3, 4g Class President 2, Student Council 4. Handsome, intelligent and quiet . . . his dry humor has wakened many a boring class . . . Bob has girls gaga without even trying . . . star basketball player . . . Bob is sure to be among your collection of most un- . forget ble characters. 1 ' WARM MER SMITH "Smitty" "Mischief, th art afoot." Q ly' Cl 1, 43 Ping ong 2, Archery 2g Band 3g :.'1 ' ' u ive Club . U ' ,fd ' an ' i his 1937 Pontiac . . . quiet and ' oes 't ' uc " rest in girls . . . easy to get along -f - . . . a ys cheerful . . . the possessor of a pa - uri eyes, framed with long lashes. x .CW' ef R y 3 t' Wi 'V J' CAROL ANN SVENSON "Carol" ,yy ml C gl! f U "I would help others, out of a felow feeling." X ' JL' iw? Hifi -- 1 - A , Vali Hi Echo l, 2, 33 Senior Chorus 1. 3. f- 9 b wo ii A 4 7 W' L ' lil Hard, earnest worker and always willing to help . . . lf 1' possesses short dark hair and an abundance of freckles 1 OL' df . . . a true friend to those that know her . . . plans A 1 lf '- j include being an office worker. J by A U , U by X ' X. lvl' lv ,LJ fx K S vb!!- ' law will if ifiylgl ' ...le gg.. A , .WLXILIJ 'R ' AH- " ll 9'9" J Flb A A 1 J, -W5 , .t l V 5 xg K Y x ,K Bulfflove ling, ers cannotiplfe, Q Sig' 1 ,L ,thh tty o at selves cqrilinitf' 1 I bww YS : it ap iw fSeqlli1'rDr3lagics , 2, 5NQflSenibr Chgiil 2, ig Sotiiil ' J 'ff lF ien ly g od Qof hum r Q ..has amad assion f ords, l nev r seen without anette .Q , Riff! ,. . a ive . . . ' V ftYQiiteA s Charlie . . . future is uncertain. H ' I sf -- 061, BER "Bob" 0, ' 0 QFD ate than v ' C066 Yi 2:9 '65 Basketball , 3, 43 Soccer 1g ack 1g Badminton Veagn , f f hlliindly sxaegllijfiizilleth y frsnldiif ' X' 1 ' . I I ,, ' chew ieaaiagvzvz, 4g Badm' ton 1 fzlf Triad 5, 4, s Wi iiglfcho 4g All Stately epres' tative 4g Varsity X I , ia ci I g, 4,'Qe6'or Choi-mfs 1, 2, 3, 4. I , ty U all Laittractivexj, longfblack ' 4 " ith eajzgll Hceasin s pply of othes 0 'X , T . . V . us ly ,Y -Q4 me ' ' .. 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' 4,14 basketball , Fol ancing 33 Senior Chorus 4g Met- p V! ropolit n Ope Club 3, 4g Social Dancing 3. to A -6 4 U Sill alll kative . . . true friend . . . fun to know and ' H A 7 1 f to ith .h . . alw ys stling round . . . loves HW d . . known er r-of-the-minute re- Iw gl mar s . . . fu ure pla a t ome an airline hostess. W LORETTA ALICE WHITEHOUSE "Loretta" "Kindness, laughter and beauty shine by their own light." Basketball Manager 3, 4, Badminton lg Senior Chorus 1, 2g Archery 2g Metropolitan Opera Club 4. Dresses with very good taste . . . very attractive . . . has a wonderful personality with a good sense of humor . . . a true friend to all who know her . . . Mickey sets a spark in her life . . . a look into the future sees her as a capable nurse. gi it Xia S? 5 EQRTEZS 1 '- E'i5'mtf Q U- ' - , sq"-F , gd5iL X". Y 334 ef wc'-TN QQ Qi 2 QS? 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Mfglfyibt WEL lg? r ' be a suc r. 0 . M . fi nj - If Q- . If , n X I , L Lg, 'KV i J u ' nv ,nf 1.9 Cs' ,M QM V67 J A l HE E WOLFE Jeanie Rx J 'V I . 2' 1 U W 1' 'lf' -Q "It's her nature to be ood natured." iw. , l,7V!.v E , .,... - -... f? 'JV B all 1, 2, 3, Badminton lg Senior chorus 25 r . W . 1 . . I . ' , lx PI tic Club' rd? 4. ' ' ' U Cmlerful ahef . . la s iano . . . avid Rock 'n . -lf P Y P . . Roll fan nea dreseer ambitious worker y to kn and get along with a passion for M D future work in Hartford. if ,V 5 L FW I MDL Wfbpb 9 D A Cb Y 1 I pffiiew Lond . . . could it be the Bell-bottoms? . . . w V ' iff 'U 1 J MARCIA BANKS f "Marcia" "Saddle your dr .ms' you ride them." Marcia is a ne A 410 lfcliiis thishpegr . . . nice smile and attrazll-ivex es +A fs fantlfy yffth need d thread. Mairifopic oizgonyggggion is her h se and Harold. 'Pinson ,L'Sch l of Design! will cupy her time nex year. ,bf img! ' . - V g Of f . lf 5 t-,L X Lf Jo, Wu 6 . I J K1 ,V ' I, t W 'UU Vx my al i V Y il tl V All ' iv VX U li! X01 yw i fill 45 SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1956, of Valley Regional High School, Town of Deep River, County of Middlesex, State of Connecticut, being of sound mind and body, and being fully educated and trained by our able and willing faculty, do hereby make, ordain, and publish this document to be our last will and testament As executors of this will, we appoint the Class of 1957 at Valley Regional High School. I, Pam Arnold, leave, for John is tired of waiting. I, Bob Aronson, leave my ability to drive cautiously to Mr. Tippin, who in turn may pass it on to someone in his driver training class who may wish to become an expert "Rod-Rammerf' I, Dave Bargnesi, leave to Miss Andrews, Johnny Trabucchi, to learn how to say "tachistoscope." l, George Becker, leave to make room for all the new seventh graders. I, Dick Belanger, leave my beard to anyone who can shave it every day and keep it well groomed. I, Mary Bissell, leave my habit to be last out of the locker room to Ginny Williams, and my No. 13 uniform to anyone who wants good luck. I, Joan Bradshaw, leave my lost look to another "new comer." I, Marcella Brodzinski, leave my seat in P.O.D. to Bev Lindner, wishing her lots of luck. I, Alda Capitani, leave my secretary's notes to anyone who can figure them out. I, Joan Capuciati, leave a few grinder-bags to cute David Hallden hoping that he will have enough nerve to pop them. I, Peter Capuciati, leave my height to Raymond Capi- tani. I, Carol Carini, leave, wishing Jean King were leaving with me. I, George Carlson, leave second base to Manuel Veiga. I, Charlie Castelli, leave my '36 Plymouth to anyone brave enough to drive it. I, Edward Castelli, leave my beautiful little "Chevie" to whoever can drive it. I, Ned Chalker, leave my "empty" money bag to the treasurer of the junior class. I, Nancy Christensen, leave my long hair to Esther Malchiodi to wear with her motorcycle cap. I, Kathleen Clark, leave the Connecticut Valley for the mountains of New Hampshire. I, Gail Cline, leave my blond hair to my friend, Nancy Bargnesi. I, Nancy Comstock, leave my position on the basket- ball team to Sally Malcarne. I, Howard Crook, leave my gavel to the next senior class president, knowing that he will need it. I, Susan Danforth, leave with a great satisfaction that the Dodgers finally won the World Series. 1, Roberta Daniels, leave my telephone number and fifty cents C5045 to Wayne Mansfield, call me in ten C109 years Wayne! l, Douglas Dexter, leave to Judy Hallden my bathing suit. I, Diana Drudi, leave my body to Mr. Muggleston's biology class to see what makes me tick. I, Jane Doane, leave my fondness for cats to Mr. Mug- gleston. I, Lois Everts, leave my sympathy and ice bag to the next person Cissy Palau picks for her victim. I, Howard Francis, leave, handing down to all under- classmen my ability to have fun, dream and look studious, thus fooling all the faculty at one and the same time. I, Duane Fresia, leave the wish that Regional will hold on to that soccer championship! I, Bob Friend, leave my good excuses to Mr. Plante so he can give them to his wife when he needs one. I, Judy Frost, leave my corner of the art room to Judy Mislick. I, Betty Frye, leave the fun I've had in art to Maryann Koczur. I, Tess Giza, leave knowing that Dick is waiting for IHC. I, Jan Gladding, leave my ability to pester Miss Moy- lan to Jon Radicchi. I, Betty Grieder, leave my seat in chemistry to Marilyn Daniels, hoping she has better luck! I, Barbara Grote, leave my long finger nails to Sukie Hopkins, hoping Bill G. doesn't break them. I, Ann Harrah, leave my love of boats to any land- lubbers who don't know what they are missing. I, Lucie Herel, leave to Marg Traynor, the ability, pa- tience and ambition to design and make her own clothes. I, Marjorie Holmes, leave school because Bill has al- ready left. I, Everett Inglis, leave my "hot rod" to the general col- lection. I, Carol Kenel, leave my teasing abilities to Tammy Miner, knowing she will make good use of them. I, Beatrice Kruszewski, leave my red hair to my sister Genevieve, so she won't have to bleach her bangs. I, Sandie Kurze, leave my "Willie" to Mimi Santi. "Watch the oil pressure, Mimi." I, Allan Larson, leave my "maroon limousine" to any- one who likes to live dangerously. I, Pat Lavezzoli, leave my height to "KiKi" Castelli who can use it on next yeat's basketball team. I, Peggy Lieberman, leave my struggles as a journalist to the next editor of the Vali Hi- Echo. I, Esther Lindgren, leave my English class to anyone who likes to talk about love and see Mr. Wash- burn blush. I, Madeline Malchiodi, leave my habit of going bare- foot to Lola McNicholas and Evelyn Sepega. I,judy Marvin, leave,'wishing that Ricky Apgar and Gary Mislick had been just a little older. I, Alfred Materas, leave my Studebakers to anyone who likes real style. I, Dick Mather, leave my powerful car to whoever can hold it on the road. I, Virginia McCabe, leave my stubbornness to Sam Bowles, who could use a little of it himself. I, Tom Miner, leave my ability to work to Bob Fortier. I, Ronnie Muggleston, leave my two Puff-eyes, one to Charley Coombs and one to Ned Olson. I, Sue Nessler, leave the chem. lab before Gus Carlson blows it up. I, Mary Netsch, leave, knowing Richie will be leaving the Marines to join me. I, joan O'Keefe, leave my typing ability to Miss Spen- cer, knowing well she can use it to good advan- rage. I, Ronnie Olin, leave my ability to speak in class to Dennis Kosky. I, joan Plettenberg, leave to Chris Dengler and Betty Epright my good fortune in finding someone like Charlie, and dad's truck to help keep an eye on him. I, Barbara Pike, leave Mr. Muggleston a year around pass on the Staten Island Ferry, hoping he'll get to know f?J the captain as well as I. I, Carol Post, leave my diamond to any girl who thinks she can live up to its true value. I, Don Ross, leave my hot convertible to anyone who can handle it. I, Beatrice Sampiere, leave my voice to Dick Kelting so that he'll be able to accompany himself for a change. I, Ralph Scott, leave my acting ability to anyone who can drum lines into his head until three in the morning and forget them at rehearsal. I, john Sevigny, leave my thousands of girl friends and piles of homework to my brother. I,Dan Shannon, leave my real hot Ford to Dennis Kosky, if he learns how to drive by June. I, Bob Sjogren, leave my spring swimming to Butch Stevens. I,jarvis Smith, leave my long eyelashes to any shy junior boy who can learn how to use them. I, Carol Svenson, leave the ollice mimeograph machine to anyone who is willing to operate it. I, Lillian Thomas, leave Sonja Graves hopping around to that good old "Rock 'n Roll" rhythm, while I'm out riding with Charlie! I, Dolores Tiezzi, leave my cheerleading position to my sister Elaine. I, Patsy Tourville, leave the scale in the girls' locker room to any one else who is fatC?J and wants to weigh herself. I, Betty Vitari, leave my title of "farmer" to Pat jones. I, Rosemary Wagner, leave to Judy Leitgeb a spare tire in case she gets another flat. I, Loretta Whitehouse, leave Mickey's Singer to Betty Friend so she'll have a car to take her back and forth from here to Florida. Better buy a foam rubber cushion, Bet. I, Dian Wilcox, leave to join my better half. I, Gail Wilson, leave my ability to catch the bus - most of the time - to Sheila Campbell, knowing she can use it. 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Z4 Q9 049.55 is A407 CLASS omcsns IM in 'FW 46 Left to right: Judy Hallden, Gustaf Carl- son Samuel Bowles, Elizabeth Eprrght. 9 'PRO 4' fe if 'll s S is UQ DE' K nffeli Q91 C CLASS HISTORY The class of '57 has the distinction of being the first seventh grade organized as part of the Valley Regional High School. It was at this time that we became a class composed of ninety-five students from the three towns, Essex, Chester, and Deep River. Most of us felt quite bewildered with a completely new way of spending a school day. Since the new building wasn't finished, we attended classes for half the day in the Chester High School and shuttled over to the Pratt High School for the rest of the day. As we weren't established in the new building, we didn't have any activities with the exception of one informal dance and the class picnic at the end of the year. The eighth grade was our first year on Kelsey Hill. It was hard to find our way around at first. In this year of organization, we had one informal danceg the STUDENT COUNCIL First Row, left to right: Diane Cala- mari, Diane Potts. Second Row: Gus- tav Carlson, Richard Kelting, Samuel Bowles. various home rooms went on individual picnics. In our freshman year we elected our first class officers and started working together. We had an in- formal dance in the spring which was a social success. We then became Sophomores having a Sophomore Hop in February. No doubt, all who attended remem- ber the big Valentine heart as the center of attraction. In our junior year we found ourselves numbering sixty-four. Early in the year we received our class rings and elected our committees for the traditional junior Prom held in April. Keenly aware of building up our fund for the Washington trip, we began by selling V.R.H.S. pennants. We hope that our senior year will be as successful as the past five years have been. .xt . '-' . if-'f or N2-lf. IB., .v iv F .1 n 4 his Af., 1, t -3 V.-QL? , M, ff ff' 'fimlwig gl WE Judy is cute and always a friend, On whom you surely can depend. Flora Beckwith, attractive, tall, and thin, Forever talks about the places she's been. Donny Birch, our newspaper man, Is the biggest joker of the clan. The president of our class, Sam Bowles, Sky high has set his goals. Gum chewer of '57', Judy Burnett, Talks about Richie, that you can bet. Vernon is very quiet and small, And makes hardly any noise at all. Diane Calamari, who's always on the beam, Makes a good arguer on any debate team. If you hear a silly giggle, and a call, It muSt be Jean, so clear the hall. Sheila Campbell studious as can be, Eyes-a-twinkle with devilish glee. Raymond Capitani, small as he can be, Will defend the Dodgers until eternity. Jimmy Carini our Latin whiz, Never Hunks a test or quiz. Gus seems so awfully shy, But really he is quite the "guy". Virginia Castelli, known for her dimple, Makes life seem so very simple. Raymond Clark, goats and cows he raises, And gets blue ribbons with the judge's praises. Charlie Coombs that handsome' "guy", Certainly makes the girls all sigh. Bobby who is our class "hot rod", When driving, how he digs up the sod. Chris Dengler, little and sweet, Leave it to her to dress so neat. When first you meet him, he's very quiet, The better you know Charlie Doane, he's quite a riot. The hockey team wouldn't be right, Without their fullback, Betty Epright. He's always around when mischief's there, We mean, of course, our Bobby Fortier. Eyes of blue, so big and bright, Depict our athlete, Allan Freiheit. Betty Friend, when she goes out, Has a lot of fun, there's no doubt. Judy Goddard smart, cute and sweet, Has a personality that none can beat. Eddie G., has a Colgate smile, Ask him to turn it on for awhile. Judy Hallden's quite a girl, Always in some social whirl. Barbara Hennion, our shorthand ace, Tomorrow's secretary, who'll surely set the pace. Elsie is tall and blonde, and also shy, Whose athletic abilities, we won't deny. Carolann is short and sweet, Meeting her is quite a treat. Len Jameson, though quite little, With a basketball sure can dribble. Without the goals that Pat Jones makes, The hockey team would miss "what it takes". Dick Kelting is his name, In chemistry, he won his fame. Bob Kensel, though quiet he appears, IUNIORS Raises the roof when he cheers. Seen with Eleanor L. is Alex K., Together they are happy and gay. Dennis is quite the boy, you know, He likes to play the part of Romeo. Working in the drug store is Ilva LaPlace, Many a heart she'l1 capture with her pretty face Judy Lietgeb, our motorcycle queen, "Black Denim Trousers" is her favorite theme. Jimmy Lennon, dark eyes and curly hair, Has acquired for the girls, a flair. Bev is tiny and slim, Any boy's heart she sure can win. Virginia Lucie, with friendship true, On report card day is never blue. Sally is our basketball star. When she's guarding, she's up to par. Jim McCauley, comedian at heart, Like a cute little monkey he plays his part. Paula is the merry one, No longer with us to share her fun. Vickie Mislick, a real fine gal, Nowhere could you find a truer pal. Douglas Nickse, tumbling is his choice, Hardly ever do you hear his voice. Ned Olson, smart, yet full of fun, Makes happy, almost everyone. Eleanor Palau, better known as "Cis", Success in life, she just can't miss. Ellen Parker, who's proud of her singing voice After V.R.H.S., nursing's her choice. Eddie Perreault, silliest cut-up we've got, If there's mischief in the air, he's on the spot. David Plavec, who likes to tease, Sometimes tries quite hard to please. Diane Potts is full of pep and loads of fun, A person who is liked by nearly everyone. Shirley Puffer, with initials S.A.P. Is never, ever quiet and shall never, ever be. Eleanor Santi, nicknamed "Mimi", When hearing Dick's name turns quiet and dreamy Judy Spencer, artist at heart, For our class, did her part. Norma Stearns, often absent on days of a test, Comes the next and tries her best. Sandra Stone, who's a whiz in every class, Is rather quiet but a nice acting lass. Sally Symonds, little and spry, Has a look of mischief in her eye. When blonde little Cinny is around, A bunch of. boys is sure to be found. Peter Webb, who goes for jazz, Has loads of fun in every class. Edward Wellman, tall as a tree, Far be it from him to ever agree. Gary Wharton, who likes to act, Has a swell personality, and that's a fact. Ann White, one of the crew, All sorts of mischief she will do. Thomas Ziemba, who's quite a guy, Has a license, which says he can fly. Sonja Graves, new in our class, "Welcome back," to a pretty lass. A yffw . t !3.'.ic " QE HN 'Hi Q sf' -Y qu., J 1 Hifdgrz ai" lf if sf .qv '.'5ife, JE? ZF' 3 1 M 'ff 3 XFN-v K Sk-5 P N" W 5 ' fi: Y . 6. . 1. 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Fourth Row: james Desnoyers, Comstock, Eighth Row: William Buckridge, joseph Ippi, Donald Haring, Peter Albert Edwards, Robert Shaw, William LaPlace, John Malcarne, Arthur Tiezzi, Tiezzi, Wayne Brooks, Richard Breslin, Francis Lavezzoli, Gerald Calamari, Carolann Christensen, Lillian Scudder, William jameson, John LaMark, Edward Norman Smith, Jayljohnson, Gary Mislick, John Ryder, Richard Ziemba, Jerry E .. - Q 1 f A Q 'Bl ANS? , I ' S k G ,rf - 5?-N -,au , ' A". , E Ka A F q . . th , W., sk J-s,wV"'n,L ,. ' hqq ' 9 it -1 'Diff , NS E Sig 1 xx gf 9' . .rn ug - 4 ' -on 5 +2- 9.5.- 4 r . 4'1 J W sw ox Q . 'Ex Q : k : Q E th lies I1 6 if S I' OU be, aye LIS 6l'0 HU all ll X! xy O First Row, left to right: Lila Everitt, Sally Barocelli, Sally Saunders, Martha Penny Malcarne, Katherine Vfatrous, joan Moody, Carol Pettinato, june Gesner, Klimaszewski, Sandra Forman, Diane Browne, jill O'dell, Robin Brooke, Joan Norman Spencer, Le nard Hedwell, Garry Allen. Fifth Row: Richard Olsen, Leitgeb, Dennis Schultz, David Puffer, William Mordhorst. Second Row: Ed- Aimee Columb, Dolores Kessell, Barbara Comstock, George Scherber, Warren ward Wollock, joseph Palin, Thomas Rolf, Faline Mather, Beverly Anselmi, Birth, Richard Tiezzi, Kenneth Grieder, Peter Steinau, Florence Rutty, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, john Work, joseph I.aMark, Lamperr Spence, Donald Kelting, Von Deitsch. Sixth Row: jay Davis, Caroline I-Iazuka, Nancy Brooks, Lois james Bertelli, john Dzurenka. Third Rowg Barbara Whaples, Alvin Carlson, Cecchini, XX'inifred johnson, Sheryl Daniels, Carolyn McNally, Catherine Zeh, Kenneth Grzybowski, William Cook, William Be-ni, joy Whiting, Carol Weiler, Paulette Alexander, Barbara Bangs, Roger Loven. Seventh Row: Gail Gould, Frank I-Iubbard,William Slliavv, james Everitt, Cynthia Propheter, Marion Gilbert. Dirk Oirk Van Heiningen, Harry Fanslau, David Stevens, Richard Apgar, Cm..-fl-. 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Johnson Mr. 8: Mrs. Edward L. Klotzberger Mr. Mr. Dr. 8: Mrs. 8: Mrs. Clyde W. Freel 8: Mrs. Thomas Wind, jr. Edward K. Harvill Variety is the mother of enjoyment. V u 'uv 'Nur BOYS'BASEBALL Front Row, left to right: Raymond Capitani, Howard Crook, Duane Fresia, George Carlson, Edward Castelli, Alfred Mat- eras, lloward Francis, joseph Smith. Back Row: Maurice jameson, Williani Waterman, Charles Coombs, Allan Frei- heit, Gustaf Carlson, Otis Clemons, Samuel Bowles, Ned Olson, Roger Moore, Eckford Kelsey, Coach David Drake. SOFTBALL First Row. left to right: Constance Hurrah, Eleanor Palau, Helen Spencer, Suellen Nessler, Sylvia Malcarne, Judith Kathleen Rolf, joan Bargnesi. Second Row: Gloria Mal- Mislitk, -Iudith Halltlen, Diane Potts, Virginia Lucie, Sandra came, Margaret Lieberman, Mary Bissell, Nancy Comstock, Stone. Lois liverts, Diana Drudi, Betsy Lord. Third Row: Miss 45 xy., ggswv if -r-'s Y .3 4'WkLgV - . X 4. Wg, xi,-,A .41 K . ,gyvv . ,ge , .N . ka .1" - ' 'NV N,"-'W3.1'f Ag Q X ' X, Q. V' 4 A -' V ., ,-tv, -. 5 . 2fat,i::Qi5q gn XZT,1 , A . N r. Y 'rp' A '-K KOS, A ,. , . ,W--X, f I A Aw .5 mf f:.k.hw, 'F VV , , A fl -1 1 f- V A K A : 451 'ff - ' "' Q ' Ffa 5 -gi L 3 ' ' u f- L vm fs V' f, . A 1 k V f ,K . V 59 A . rw Rfk? vi,.gQ ,fe -X , V 551545--' , 5- ,, , :Av V ' , ' Nail' ' ' V ' ' ' ' A If ' f"l k .W V 5- m 5? W if 319' Q Q f Q 9 9 Q N ' Ne 'Q 4 yd X . M ff? 5 w f I 4 A X5 SA if Y' 7 m if ' If y , 1Q Q, ' f 6 f'xfJi. L FIELD HOCKEY First Row, left to right: joan Capuciati, Mary Bissell, Vic- Judith Lombardy, Marilyn Daniels, joan O'Keefe, Sylvia toria Mislick, Diana Drudi, Captain, Elizabeth Epright, Malcarne, ,loan Steinau, Kathleen Rolf, Sharon Handley. judith Marvin, Roberta Daniels. Second Row: Miss Helen Third Row: judith Mislick, Eleanor Lovell, Virginia Wil- Spencer, Ann jane White, Patricia jones, Virginia Castelli, liams. salgu S as ee sh, its ,X at t , BOYS' BASKETBALL TEAM liront Row, left to right: john Lobb, Richard Koritkoski, LaMarlc, James Castelli, Jon Radicchi, Raymond Tiezzi, Richard Belanger, George Carlson, Duane Fresia. Second Richard Kovak. Fourth Row: Allan Freiheit, Ted Wellman, Row: Kenneth Molander, Gustaf Carlson, Robert Fortiet, Robert May, Raymond Capitani, Mr. Drake. Leonard jameson, Howard Francis. Third Row: Anthony GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM First Row, left to right: Joan O'Keefe, Virginia Castelli, Everts, Mary Bissell, Roberta Daniels. Fourth Row: Ann Joan Capuciati, Gail Cline, Betty Grieder. Second Row: Jane White, Loretta Whitehouse, Joan Plettenburg, Miss Sheila Campbell, Helen Scherber, Carol Kenel, Sally Mal- Spencer. came, Kathleen Clark. Third Row: Nancy Comstock, Lois JUNIOR HIGH TUMBLING Assistants: Betty Grieder, Vir- ginia Williams, Sharon Handley. First Row, left to right: Alice Morin, Carol Weiler, Shirley Ricardi, Robin Brooke, Diane Brown, Dianne Johnson, Judith Gregson, Barbara Whaples. Sec- ond Row: Arlene Grieder, Sandra Gambini, Everitt Barocelli, Judith Cunningham, Sandra Siven, Nan- cy Davis, Aimee Columb, Mary Nickse, Carlene Ek. Standing: Elizabeth Taylor, Leila Moor- house, Linnea Calamari, Gail Stan- nartl, Frances Darcy, Rosemary McCabe, Kathleen Linquadoca, Susan Harvill, Donna Doane, Carol Watrous, Barbara Comstock, Anne Dongmire, Gail Gould, Barbara Bangs, Darlene Malcarne. VARSITY CLUB First Row, left to right: Miss Helen Spencer, Duane Fresia, Judith Marvin, Edward Castelli, Marilyn Daniels, Allan Larson, Kathleen Rolf, George Carlson, Sylvia Malcarne, Margaret Lieberman, Dolores Tiezzi, Samuel Bowles, Victoria Mislick, Charles Coombs, Elizabeth Ep- right, Alfred Materas, Diana Drudi, Richard Mather, Roberta Daniels, Ned Olson, Betty Grieder, Ned Chalker, San- dra Kurze, Howard Crook, Joan O'Keefe, Ronald Muggleston, Richard Koritkow- ski, Joan Capuciati, Suellen Nessler, Gail Cline, Mary Bissell, Nancy Comstock, Lois Everts, Peter Capuciati, Howard Francis, Robert Sjogren, Mr. Drake, Coach. JUNIOR HIGH TUMBLING First Row, left to right: Dwight Wetmore, Eric Christian- son, john Sepega, Dennis Breslin, Thomas Rolf, Ronald Cart, William Mordhurst, David Puffer, james Parker. Sec- ond Row: Dennis Schultz, Edward Wollack, Joseph La- Mark, Ronald Wolf, Edward Wind, William Shaw, Peter Koritkoski, Ronald Palin, John Work, William Echtman. Third Row: Jared Pratt, William Jameson, Richard Tiezzi, Donald Sumner, Norman Smith, john Ryder, Raymond Mor- row, Harry Fanslau, Joseph Krajewski, Robert Pike, Arthur Tiezzi. SENIOR TUMBLING CLUB On the mat, left to right: Edward Castelli and Diana Drudi, Donald Ross and Roberta Daniels. Front Row, kneeling: Marcella Brodzinski, Beverly Lindner, Cynthia Waterman, Marilyn Daniels, Priscilla Wtmrk, Virginia Williams, Sharon Handley, Judith Marvin, Patricia Elston, Dierdre Wilson, Esther Malchiodi, Betty Grieder. Second Row, standing: William Drude, Donald Sampson, Douglas Nickse, Robert Courtemanche, Robert Kensel, Lloyd Wallen, Robert Stark, Allan Anderson, Madeline Camire, Shirley Graves, Lois john- son, Sylvia Malcarne, Eleanor Santi, Gloria Serevitch, joseph Sebesta, Howard Sampson, William Morris, john Trabucchi. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS' SPORTS First Row, left to right: .Iohn Ziohron, Kenneth Blomerth, Dennis Breslin, john Wrmrk, Kenneth Grzybowski, john Van Ostrand, Williirni Morris, lidward Wincl, Donald Kelting, Iidward Morin, Dwight Wetnitxre. Second Row: Alvin Carl- son, Carl Dolle, Henry Moeller, Charles Lavezolli, Kenneth Grieder, Henry Davis, Iidward McNitholi1s, Fred Clark, Richard Zivitski, Peter Koritkoski. Third Row: john White, Roger Loven, Charles Kruszewski, Richard Breslin, Gerad Calamari, Charles Carta, Raymond Morrow, joseph lppi, Robert Kruek, joseph Kraiewski, Robert Milardo. SENIOR HIGH BOYS' SPORTS First Row, left to right: John Jones, Raymond Capitani, Robert May, Thomas Wincl, john Ricardi, Donald Sampson, Eric Carlson, Richard Comstock, Robert Stark, William Bih- hiani. Second Row: Norman Drisco, Manuel Viega, John Grun, John Trabucchi, George Carlson, Duane Fresia, james Castelli, Francis Sampieri, Thomas Chrimes, Lloyd Wallen. Third Row: Richard Mather, Peter Zanardi, joseph Sebesta, Anthony LaMark, Howard Francis, james Rice, Bruce Chap- pell, Ronald Palau, John Pitts, Ronald Walclen. Fourth Row: Kenneth Molander, Charles Coombs, Alfred Materas, Richard Belanger, John Lobb, Richard Koritkoski, Robert Sjogren, Edward Castelli, Robert Fortier, Raymond Tiezzi, Coach, Mr. Drake. SENIOR ARCHERY Left to right: Kenneth Molandet, Elsie Hoelifner, Ronald Loven, Cynthia Waterman, joseph Hurl- but, Michael Sweeney, Joseph Se- besta, Thomas Wintl, Allan Lewis, Marie Lavezzoli, Robert Stark, jean Calamari, Lloyd Scott, Shirley Graves, Joan Plettenberg, Deirdre Wilson, Paula Messick, joan Brad- shaw, Elizabeth Vitari. '- ill 1. 'vi 51 I '1- oe ll ,4- STUDENT COUNCIL SENIOR HIGH SQUARE DANCING First Row, left to right: Catherine Monte, Joyce Sebcsta, Virginia Williams, .loan Stcinau, Allan Lewis, Maurwn Ryder. Mary Alcxantlcr. Sci'- ond Row: Kathleen Clark, sluhn Tralmcchi, Williiim Morris, james Castclli, Judith Lom- bardy, Sylvia Malcarne. Third Row: joseph I-Iurlbut, Robert Courtcmanchc, Robert For- tier, Richard Bclanger, Charles Coombs, Robert Kensel. 9 , '.1l'l4fqqf g J, I .tum ni... ,GA -M... lx SENIOR HIGH SOCIAL DANCING -45-f VALI HI ECHO ANCIENT CIVILIZATION , -r 5 '15 I !vvJ JUNIOR HIGH LANGUAGE CLUB r 1,qr,"'Ls NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ifirst Row, left to right: Vir ginia McCabe, Jane Doane, Howartl Crook, -loan O' Keele. Suellen Nessler. Sec ontl Row: Alfretl Materas Ralph Scott, Mary Bissell Nancy Comstotk, Miss Isa lwelle Brown, George Carl son, Neil Challier. 54 DRAMATIC CLUB THIZSPIAN CLUB Front Row, left to right: ,Ioan Caputiati, Ralph Scott, Miss Dorothy Andrews, Beatrict Sampieri. Second Row: Kathleen Roll, Sheila Kfamplwell, Iimilie Brown. lll l FORUM CLUB First Row, left to right lsittingdi Written Choclak, Gail Stanley, Maryann French, Allan Larson, Karl Morclhiirst, Wilstwn, Howarcl Crook, Samuel Bowles, Sheila Campbell, Gustav Carlson, Robert Shefller, Richarcl Russell, Clautlia Wells Lippincott. Second Row: Karen McCoy, Richard lNlcClintock.,Ioan Steinau,GloriaMorin,lNlr.Roger Mcbrath. d .,, MV METROPOLITAN OPERA GUILD liirst Row, left to right: Sandra Tabele, Ann Dull, Ann l.ongmire, llamelia Arnoltl, Diana Drutli, Barbara Wfhaples, Lambert Spence. Karen Archambault. Secontl Row: Arlene Brooke, Peter Van bluene, Beverly XVi1strack, Katherine Zeh, B.irh.ira Cfomstock, Diertlre XVilson, Rosemary Waigner, Owen l..il'l.1ce, Sandra Stone, Tliirtl Row: lilsie Hoeffner, Loretta XX'il1lYL'llOLlSC, Mary Bissell. Pricilla Wfork. limily Kreis, Rich- artl Kelting, Gail Cioultl, Virginia Lucie. Sharon Handley, Dian Wfiltox, Lois liverts, Gary XVharton. FIFE AND DRUM JUNIOR CHORUS lfirst Row, lcft to right: Carolyn Pcrtinnto, Harold lilsmn, Karon Arnhambaulr, l'.1rty l'ilSSCll5FklLli. Scaonml Rmv: Alan lNla1p-grcgrmr, Pct- Cr Vnnlcunc Donald Har- llllll, Luis Lcssc, Marilyn Ihllli. Mary Lou Von- Dlctull, Sylvia Carter. BAND Gi Q Q Q x S-. X .xr 3 wif ia N R v', rf -wmiti A S " F s N f ', ' 1 T, if kin 1 5 1 1. 4. , -,., N ilni ?:-'---- A 1 4 2 ME Q 4 9' QQ '1uf2 ff an W ii' 'Q -.- - M f . f Fda .H f 1' Q ,J +Aa.mu.Q. cdaii br- if i 'Rx 'HU 'F Y-4 , JUNIOR HIGH CHEF CLUB First Row, left to right: Rnbcrt Potts, ,lohn Wfhitc, Frctl WlSII'LlIltl, Dc-nnis Ilrcslin, Rayinuntl Amiistm, -lolin Ziulnrnn. Sc-mncl Row: Gunrgc Zanclli, Richard Carlson, Wfaync Mansticltl. Charles Kruszcwslti, GL-raltl Stevenson, Richard Scvigny, Rnlwrt Nucci, Alamcs Teal, Gary Mislicla, Davicl Des- nioncl, Norman Smith, Miss Biloclcau. me it SENIOR HIGH CHEF CLUB First Row, left to right: Alon Raclicchi, Frcil Carlson, Al- frcil Lnvcn, I.loycl Stott, Parker Lortl. Sccnml Row: ,lolin Ricarili. Anthany I,a- Marlx, Richanl Fcnn, -loc Ilurlhut, Hnwartl Sampson, ,larvis Smith, Francis Sam- picri. cl? JUNIOR F.H.A. 59 if-,1.. , f A . ' K' fblivh . ff:-A'L,..'l J ' ' m,wA Fw if Mar n""' ' -A.. 1, 5 4, , 2 'I 1 F J SENIOR AGRICULTURE CLUB First Row, left to right: Charles Conwell, john Sy- pher, Fred Koehler, Parker Lord, Alexander Kopper, Mr. Steinberger, lnstructorg Raymond Clark, Charles Doane, President, Paul Zi- vitski, Karl Mordhorst. MXl""',l--l'ie, JUNIOR AGRICULTURE CLUB First Row, left to right: Thomas Rolf, Robert Mil- ardo, Kenneth Grieder, Edward McNicholas, Ray- mond Clark,Assistant Lead- er, Mr. Sreinberger, In- structor, Joseph Ippi, john Van Ostrand, Presidentg Ronald Wculf, Peter Van Jeune. JUNIOR ART CLUB Seated, left to right: Susan Bates, joy Whiting, Melissa Colvin, Carolyn Pettinato, Linda Wintl, Suzan Binin- ger, Richard Zivitski, Frank Hubbard, Jared Pratt, Fred- erick Swan, Harry Fanslau, Louis Bonanomi, John Bev- eridge, Standing: Sandra Tabele, Catherine Zeb, Syl- via Carter, -lames Bertelli. v nl yi ' aj-'P' 1 - 3 W 'hula' .. N-QVC ,V SENIOR ART CLUB lfirst Row. left to right: -lon Radiuhi, Lloyd Scott, Carolyn Anna Mayer, John Greene, Willitani Grote. Ann Finkclday, llnilitlxa, Sandra Dean. Margaret Traynor, Theresa Giza, Rithard Young, Catherine -loyce, Brute Chappell, Lloyd -ludith lirost. Myrna Xwriiuht, Noreen Platte, Dorothy Feld- Wgillen. Mary Ann Koezur. Elizabeth Frye, ,loan Carlson, man. Second Row: Susan Swan, Alfred Loven, Karen McCoy, Sahra Slieggs, Carolyn Dennis Kenneth Lanzi, 1 111 Q Q nn xiii' Q- if ' rw LEATHER CLUB lfirsr Row. lelt to right: Alys Sypher, Susan Swan, Vernon Daniels. Setond Row: Marie Klimasvewslxi, ,ludith Frost, Burr, XYf"illiam Maltarne, Rohert Fortier, James Castelli. Thomas Chrimes, Wfilliam Morris, Eleanor Lovell, and Mau! lil.une Stmngos, Helen Stherber, Judith Mullen, and Marilyn reen Ryder. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB lfirst Row, left to right lsittingl : Ned Olson, Gustav Carl- Wlarren Clmodalx. Third Row: illllUIll1lS Chrimes, RolmertSl1ef son, lidmund l7anslau, John Lolwb, Second Row: James ller, Rolvert Vyborny, Peter Zanardi, Riiliard Stanley, Noreen Mtliregot, Williitrri Drude, Peter Kisselbrach, Wells Lippin- Platt. tort, Charles Stevens, Donald Sampson, Raymond Capitani, i LIBRARY CLUB llirst Row, left to right: Sandra Gambini, Sandra Tabele, Roberta Friend, Henry Moeller, lllsie Hoeflner, joan Brad- Blanclie Starr, Miss Brown, Advisorg Peter Van jeune, Carole Sllaw, Wfayne, Mrmslieltl, llatritia Ruduvitz, ,lon Radieflmi. Lebowich, Doreen Bidwell, Barbara Comstock, Cynthia Eno. Absent at time ol picture were, Kathryn XVatrous, and lilo- Setond Row: Gail Wilscmn, Sandra Welge, Evelyn Sepega, rente Rutty. 4 1 115411:- ---.--g di 13" "We are advertised by our loving friends." 7G0' f0440"?G0?L01G7G7'05107'0510'40'L0440-i09f0"40110'17'0 AQN05'-?C0"'-0410 'Q-0555515 2 S CONGRATULATIONS WHEN YOU THING OF BANKING 5 REMEMBER THAT YOU HAVE MANY GOOD FRIENDS AT S s E DEEP RIVER NATIONAL BANK 'k Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Each Depositor's Account Insured Fully up to 3S10,000. G0"0540"9'655N7'0l0"?"0N05'?' S 65 -'6 10Y01'0H0f - '-0"0W 62 . ,Q '70 202 -W' X? "We are advertised by our loving friends." Bert Wirber A. A. ZANARDI to the CLASS OF 1956 Coalr 6 Oilr DEEP RIVER HARDWARE CO. Trucking Hard Top Driveways and Parking Areas KATY'S LU NCHEONETTE o For the Best in Eats We will serve you with our Phone Deep River 6-5839 or 6-2265 Friendliest Service DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT Complimentr of ROBINSON 81 WRIGHT, INC. i' CENTERBROOK, CONNECTICUT BENNIE'S FARM MARKET I Complete Line of Home-Grown Vegetabler DRIVERS TRAINING Selected Fruits, Groceries Meats and Frosted Foods Strictly Fresh Eggs ?'0140"?fQl0'f?'02Q0"?1710W0vf0vC7' K0'0"-7f?f?47 1010 66 2 5 5 2 2 5 5 2 2 2 5 2 2 2 2 9 2 2 M2 47v".0'v 47 0' 202'-00:1 10' "We are advertised by our loving friends." 70' 0'01?l?020N?1?05'?G011?1?047'?191?17'0K?WY0"?190'G76N4Bl Anytime IJ Donutime Compliment: DONUTIME of CHESTER CENTER IVORYTON STORE S. M. PRANN INC. CARL E. BENSON ,k CENTERBROOK, CONNECTICUT . C 0 mplimentf Of U C. P. BURDICK 81 SON, INC. IVORYTON, CONNECTICUT 7'7W'6'0f?4?0616N7'7fQ'?W'6'0'?0'1?00K0'?1?00K?0'06N?f?6v00Z 67 0200 1050 0201 "0" '-010220 17' 0200 ICT' 0R01 "We are advertised by our loving friends." Ben Wixbes to the GRADUATING CLASS UARCO INCORPORATED DEEP RIVER, CONN. LOOK TO THE STARS FOR YOUR FUTURE ll' if f i g W p . f',!1 f 5M ccuf"", 1 lmounnu 1 mol' 'k A pl' ' Aavmlssn 4 xmrrmo Menus -A' cuoCNl 9 foil up XT we 1 1 o F1 uni' It Wuxi X 4 MIM ,, 4,-,iw "W" 1, 44" 1+ ul 00" S ,k ll I 1101" manufactured by C. J. BATES 8- SON, CHESTER, CONNECTICUT SINCE IITJ R R E R 2 as 0 0"0'610r10'1-02' ' ?f0'1'01' i0Y0"00'0'H7l?'0Y7G0N0W0"0N0'50"0"710'40'10" l0"0"0x 68 "We are advertised by our loving friends." 9944?C0'1?90" '40'6'409!00'050'0' 47C0f0x Compliment: of PARODI 5 81 IOC STORE Compliment: of I.INCOI.N MCCABE Photographer and Hobby Shop IVORYTON, CONNECTICUT Compliment: of MARVIN INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 11 ELM STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT Telephone LA 6-5955 Compliment: from WHITE WAY LAUNDRY DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT THOMAS H. LATHAM METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE CO. Life - Accident - H o:pital Imumnce READ "STUDENTS' EXPRESS" District 4's own newspaper which appears once a month during the school year in THE NEW ERA Published Thursdays by CURTISS JOHNSON PUBLICATIONS, INC 0N0v0h9'0If0"0"910f0'0'G00v'0N70'C0M0v'010N0f'0'10N0'0'6x "We are advertised by our loving friends." ac 9 WIGREN 81 SHEFFLER, INC. DUDEK BUILDING KIRTLAND STREET, DEEP RIVER, CGNNECTICUT Telephone LAmbert 6-5 608 .ilu A-, I. I .. 5 2 3 l l Franchised Dealers For: Crosley Appliances - Philco Electric Appliances Zenith TV - Philco TV Prompt TV Serfice Antenna Installation toyota-afawfwfvlea-awfwffafawlw-00-0-awx 70 "We are advertised by our loving friends." '7'0'97'0X0'fQN05'040N0407'07'0'i'40'407!0N0'90'9?Q0'l00'5Q was I A' .M 2 .- f ii ' OX W 2-fm A 'www mai 1 fl 11. gi! I im ma ' -qi-A F 4 ':l1l'f'lv41.f" ' X TI-E Rf w. CRAMER co., INC. Manufacturerf of 5 Synchronous Motors - Electrical Timing Devices 5 s S CENTERBROOK and BALLOUVILLE, CONN. ' plants at THE RUSSELL JENNINGS MFG. CO. DIVISION OF THE STANLEY WORKS WOOD BORING TOOLS 7'0'0l?s?'0K0G7W1f020YJG0f10f0K040' l0"0"0P0v'0'01f0'00l K 71 "We are advertised by our loving friends." Best Wishes To The Class of 1956 DOANE'S PHARMACY In Buxineu for Your Health 'A' ROBERT L. DOANE B.S., PH., Registered Pharmacixt C ompliment: of DR. R. C. POTTS OPTOMETRIST DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT C omplimenn of A 81 G MEAT MARKET MAIN STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT Tel. LA 5-2751 OFFICE PRACTICE C omplimentx Of MORROW'S AMOC0 SERVICE "We are advertised by our loving friends." 10N0'l?'0N0"0N0"4040"0F0N720P'0f'0"0N0N0590'l?1710N6S oAvlEs PHARMACY S Lester Davies, Pb. G,, Reg. Pharmacirt, Prop. Compliment! of Cor. MAIN and RIVER STREET SAYBROOK OIL COMPANY Telephone LAmbert 6-5619 and ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION When in Essex eat at the MFE RAIL 6-8 MAIN STREET Breakfast 8: Luncheon Specials Dinner served till 9:50 ESSEX' CONNECTICUT Order: to take out Clean 8: Fast Service Compliments of VERPLEX COMPANY ESSEX, CONNECTICUT i 10' 01011001011-0v 73 "We are advertised by our loving friends." G0N040'171?0'10P'0v61' '1720K010210K0'0'f0X0110Wf0N010'10f6 THE NEW ERA PRESS INC. 0618! and Letterpreu Printing Complete Line of Offxce Stationery 3ELM STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT Complimenn of ZANNI SERVICE STATION MAIN STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT C omplimenty of CARL DAHLSTROM PAINTS and WALLPAPER GRISWDLD BNN ESSEX, CONNECTICUT Complimentf of La Place, Ziegrcl and Price DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT CALAMARI BROS. CO., INC. IRON - STEEL - METAL - SCRAP O NEW LONDON, CONNECTICUT 0101 G?0"0'i0Y0'0'f0" JK 0"-011-0V w0Y 0 Il?" "IV e are advertised by our loving friends." 0'-7205'-04051-QIJWQ5'-0K?f-01Q95l0K0N0"740"740740N0'G?104'0'1740N0N?l0'10"7l7'012?10PL7Zx S s 3 S Compliments of 9 1voRYToN, CONNECTICUT THE CONNECTICUT C. o. NICKSE VALLEY MFG. CO. Q E 5 Complimerzlf of cENTERsRooK Cf'mPlfmm'f R LANDSCAPE SERVICE Offffe 5 "0"'0Y 'gi 22 6: 5,1 9: 94. Si 92 35 6: 5: 9: 95 22 is if OSEPH L. RIGGIO J DEEP RIVER PHARMACY . CENTERBROOK, CONNECTICUT CLASS of 1956 our best wishes go with you! All of us here at the Deep River Savings Bank wish you the very best, as you go forth from Regional High School to the various pursuits which await you Again, Good Luck and Congtatulation X Deep River A , egenfzys 34146 ME, 06510 pfvffe 1ncaPNf' 5.5 M U T U 4 L 'Zi Q Q 1 Q H' 7-71-1uu Us p.. i.1-in-nn-nl- E, aglllillillh 3 G Il'-gt SS' 'Y 34Nx5 or Cow 75 5 "We are advertised by our loving friends." 0101 sofaeoiwnafonouaaovoxawaa Best Wishes To The Class of 1956 THE COLONY SHOP NORTH MAIN STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT "Style Center For Young Connecticuf' BERTHA ELGART RESNEK 5 Complimentr of CENTERBROOK STORE HARRY T. LINDGREN ANDERSON'S CLOTHIER 81 FURNISHER 2 Men's, Women's and Childrerfs Clothing 5 Dry Good! - Shoe: - Yarm DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT Bert Wi,fheJ GROTE'S ELECTRIC SHOP CHESTER, CONNECTICUT Compliment: of GEORGE T. CARLSON CHESTER SERVICE STATION GEORGE T. oTT Gulf Product: X?"-0"0N-01'0"00'0w'-17'?'0N0Y0'N2 SUZANNE POTTER Custom Made Upbolxtery Slip Covers and Draperies Fabrics Wallpaper ESSEX, CONNECTICUT '-2'-.?"910f0N0N0'0"0N0Y0v6N?20N0N0f 76 Q "We are advertised by our loving friends." 1054047102 f-0N0h10N01'-0401f0N0120N?'040'l0v0110110'1710f1-0v'.6x BETTY BISHMAN Specialty Shop CHESTER CENTER C omplimentx of Bll.l'S VARIETY STORE Your headquarters for laobbief. ROY'S ELECTRIC HOUSE 151 MAIN STREET DEEP RIVER, CONNECTICUT 3 Your GE Dealer Have your prescriptions filled with confidence at CHESTER PHARMACY MAIN STREET CHESTER, CONNECTICUT Phone LAmberr 6-5001 A Good Place For Your Sewing: C omplimentx of R. G. POND MAIN STREET ESSEX, CONNECTICUT CHESTER SAVINGS BANK JOSEPH C- Bill-A, INC- Electrical Contractor Easy -- Westinghouse - Kelvinator Television 8: Necchi Sewing Machines CENTERBROOK AND ESSEX Phone No. South 7-8808 0"0'0-'0' 0000000-000000 "We are advertised by our loving friends." C ompliment: of and Good Luck from ROTARY MARKET CHESTER, CONNECTICUT . Aafawx W N BENEDETTO RESTAURANT MAIN STREET CHESTER, CONNECTICUT ESSEX PHARMACY INC. ESSEX, CONNECTICUT Lower Valleyk Leading Drug Store FREE DELIVERY Tel. SO 7-8206 Compliment: to Class of 1956 R. W. CAMP CO. ON THE SQUARE ESSEX, CONN. ARTHUR E. CARLSON Tel. Sourh 7-1109 BAND BOX CLEANERS Laundry Service Rugs - Blankets - Dyeing DENNISON ROAD ESSEX, CONN. THE CHESTER LUMBER CO. Lumber and Building Material CHESTER, CONNECTICUT Deep River, LAmbert 6-5301 CHEMISTRY CLASS 0-10-'afo-To-Q01 "IV e are advertised by our loving friends." 78-0' C0Y?'il04'07'055N05'0N0405f0X7f7l0N?10N0P'0"01'01G740N0'Z C omplimentr C omplimentr of of S ESSEX HARDWARE CARLSON'S GROCERY DEEP RIVER DIE AND TOOL CO. 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