Abbot Academy - Circle Yearbook (Andover, MA)

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mm ACADEMY US ANDOVER. iVJASS, Circle Board 1957 Editor-in-Chief — Elizabeth McGuire Marcia Colby Carolyn Cooper Lydia Cornwall Carolyn Gaines Jacqueline Goodspeed Sally Lawrence Gwendolyn Oddy Deborah Smith Deborah Tillson Mary Wellman -• • - V • • • • S f ti- ' S? . .- . ' r f •. ■■■•: ■ £ t ' Vif HSk, . JJilJliTOr Hv fc ' i «■ 4 J ■ INCS? I • ; N - Mt ; : l i THE CIRCLE BR - i 5T 3 .if ; N 1 w3E d. W Abbot Academy Andover, Massachusetts SK-« " - •.v .-- »«•,« ;- . » » ' « • ' - 1 ' K ' • ' - ' . , i uT : 1 1 1 • • • - r» x %w 2 w%, , ' «. ? . uxi " Witt. . «Su V Vi ' .- - v Hj k . Hi • 1 ■.x» f ?9 t » ttpr- r. - • tv. The Senior Class and I, Eloise, salute Miss Carolyn Qoodwin Because she is our mostly companion. Mrs. Alexander Crane Who knows absolutely Everything about Abbot And is interested in People, people, people. Here ' s the thing of it. — Most of the time we learn ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Mrs. Walter Greenall, Miss Margaret Cassidy, Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Alexander Crane, Miss Jane Baker, Miss Cynthia Burns, Mrs. Paul Werner, Miss Emily Hale. HISTORY DEPARTMENT Mrs. Jirina Sztacho, Miss Marion McEnery, Miss Harriet McKee. MUSIC DEPARTMENT Mrs. Roger Higgins, Miss Kate Friskin, Miss Gertrude Tingley, Mr. Raymond Coon. Romance Language Department Miss Edith Jones, Mile. Marie Barratte, Mile. Germaine Arosa, Mile. Marjon Ornstein. Missing: Miss Dorothy Judd Science Department Miss Pamela Tinker, Miss Louise Coffin Mathematics Department Mrs. Mervin Stevens, Miss Joan Adaskin, Miss Carolyn Goodwin, Mr. Paul Werner, Miss Isabel Hancock. Latin Department Mrs. Paul DeGavre, Miss Mildred Hatch, Mrs. Paul Werner, Miss Harriet McK.ee. 8 - ? ■ Physical Education Department Miss Janet Bolen, Miss Dorothy Judd, Miss Shirley Ritchie. Administrative Department Standing: Miss Isabel Hancock, Mrs. Bernice Brainerd, Miss Eleanor Tucker, Mrs. Ar- thur Neumark, Miss Alice Blake. Sitting: Miss Mildred Hatch, Mrs. Lloyd Gray. Financial Staff Miss Louise Robinson, Mrs. Arthur Quintal Medical Staff Miss Kathleen Ayre, Dr. Charles Hollis. Miss Marion Perkins. HOUSEHOLD STAFF Mrs. Jes Bonde, Mrs. Alvin Zink, Miss Hope Coolidge, Miss Mildred Cushing, Miss Marion Crozier. ALUMNAE STAFF Mrs. Frank DiClemente, Miss Jane Sullivan. - J-J i j i - f BUSINESS OFFICE Miss Priscilla Fenton, Mr. Gardner Sutton, Mrs. Arthur Cunningham. ART DEPARTMENT Miss Patience Haley, Mr. Donald Outerbridge. With this ring . Water, water everywhere — almost Un petit gateau? Gulp! Ben and me Well, if it ain ' t Miss Judd ' I must go down to the seas again " 11 spend most of my time running in and out. P-, ' ■. HOMESTEAD 12 DRAPER HALL ABBOT HALL AND THE JOHN ESTHER ART GALLERY MAPLE WALK 13 ABBEY HOUSE GEORGE EZRA ABBOT GYMNASIUM I am Eloise I am a Senior SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS C. Erickson, Secretary; M. A. Spurgeon, Treasurer; Mrs. Crane, Principal; M. Wellman, President; L. Horan, Vice President. CLASS SONG Lift us to song, Oh Abbot Blue, Our purpose shines through you. To keep for life what we have learned. And toward good things may we turn. Swinging along, looking up, Striving high, Abbot girls, Our banner green unfurls. 16 LUCY CRESAP BEEBE St. George ' s School, Newport, Rhode Island 1956-1957 Luce Late riser ' s club . . . Loosie . . . Wroff . . . St. George ' s . . . Liquid on the knee. Senior Play 4; Chapel Proctor 4; Varsity Ten- nis 4; Recreation Room Committee 4. PATRICIA STUART BIJUR Crossways, Bedford Hills, New York 1954-1957 Pat Yes? . . . Judy, you can ' t have any more food . . . Hum, hum . . . Just look at all this food. Do help me eat it up, somebody! Fidelio 3, 4. JUDITH ANN BOTNICK 11 Campbell Road Court Binghamton, New York 1955-1957 Jud I don ' t know . . . Princeton Weekends . . . Hey, Pearce! ... I want a telephone call . . . Who ' s got some food? Bazaar Committee Head 3; Courant Staff 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3. 17 ANNE LOUISE BOWDEN North Stanwich Road Greenwich, Connecticut 1954-1957 Annie B Let ' s get on the stick ... I wanna go to the tea dance . . . Where ' s Judy? . . . Oh Helk! . . . Let ' s have a party! Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 4; Numerals 3; Varsity Softball 2, 3; Head of Softball 3. 1 BARBARA BRADLEY 120 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Babs Whoops! . . . ' Saright . . . Massachusetts ' accent . . . What ' cha doing? . . . Wait and see. Bazaar Committee Head 3; Cheer Leader 4; Day Student Proctor 1, 2, 3; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Numerals 3; Student Govern- ment 4; W.U.S. Representative 3; Day Student Treasurer 4; Day Student Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. JOSEPHINE COLWELL BRADLEY 287 South Avenue New Canaan, Connecticut 1954-1957 Jody, Jodes Why is he so vague? . . . Middle-trouble . . . When I was in Paris . . . How attractive . . . Weekend with Grandma. A.A.A. Vice-President 4; A-Society 3, 4; Ba- zaar Committee Head 3; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Corridor Proctor 2; Head of Lacrosse 3; Honorable Mention 3; Honor Roll 2; Numerals 2; Student Govern- ment 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; W.U.S. Represen- tative 3. 18 PATRICIA ANN BRENNAN 134 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Pat Oh, you ' re kidding ... I don ' t blush ... I was just taking Sally home . . . Love to hear you laugh . . . Oh, Susan! Day Student Proctor 1; Fidelio 4; Numerals 3; Plays 1, 2; Day Student Dance Committee 1,2. MARTHA ANN BUCKLEY 171 East 62nd Street New York City, New York 1954-1957 Marth Those are the breaks! . . . Yipes! . . . Hey, you all . . . Fermez votre bouche, Val . . . Fabulous. AC.A. Representative 4; Bazaar Committee 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Class Officer, Treasurer 2; Fidelio 4; Play 2. MARY LEE CARTER 214 Windsor Road, Waban 68, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Wiggs Holy cow! . . . Wump wump . . . Hev, Pook, let ' s go to the A and P . . . Miss Hippo- America . . . Mmm, boy! A-Society 3, 4: Bazaar Committee 3: Blazer 4; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 1, 3; Class Officer, President 1; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 4; Honor Roll 1, 2. 3; Nu- merals 2; Plays 1, 2; Student Government 1. Secretary 4; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity La- crosse 2, 3; Head of Senior-mid Talent Show. 19 CHARLOTTE SUZANNE CHRISTY 356 South Hudson Avenue Los Angeles 5, California 1954-1957 Susie Hi, Oddball . . . Oh, I ' m so happy . . . Now, all you little atoms and molecules ... 2 A.M. rendezvous with Mai ... I love to dance more than anything else in the world! Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 2; Courant Staff 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Griffin Cap- tain 4; Head of Davis Hall Marshalls 3; Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Numerals 4; Play 2; Varsity Soccer 4; W.U.S. Representative 3. MARCIA COLBY 31 Nayatt Road West Barrington, Rhode Island 1954-1957 Marsh, Marcia I wanna see Hank! . . . Kent won again . . . Shut up, Joan . . . Good ol ' Westport Harbor . . . Wistful sigh. Choir 4; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Play 2; Varsity Tennis 2, 3; W.U.S. Repre- sentative 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Numerals 4. CAROLYN HOWELL COOPER West Road, New Canaan, Connecticut 1954-1957 Coop Gosh Neds . . . Where is my Oh, here it is . . . Fooled ya, didn ' t I? . . . Hey, Roomie . . . 7:14 — time to rise and slump. Corridor Proctor 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Prom Committee 3; Chairman of Music Studio Com- mittee 4; Varsity Soccer 4; Yearbook Staff 4. 20 Wi NANCY JOSEPHINE COOPER Deepwood Road, Darien, Connecticut 1954-1957 Coop, Harry Theoretically . . . Great! ... I go Coop for head of choral . . . Ask Ce . . . Cooper against the world. Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 2; Emcee of Senior-Mid Talent Show 3; Numerals 4; Play 2; Senior Play 4; Varsity Tennis 2; W.U.S. Represen- tative 4; Head of News 4. LYDIA CORNWALL Topsfield Road, Boxford, Massachusetts 1954-1957 Lyd, Pook Fight Fiercely Harvard . . . I ' m hungry . . . Ces, you should have seen that Basset Hound . . . Weekends with Sambo . . . Great Guns! Bazaar Committee Head 3; Chapel Proctor 3; Commencement Play 3; Play 2; Yearbook Staff 4; Varsity Hockey 4; Recreation Room Committee 4. CELIA LAND CURRY 6903 Hillmead Road, Bethesda 14, Maryland 1953-1957 Ceci, Ce Now Girls . . . Isn ' t that neat? . . . Terrific! ... All my fans . . . It ' s all right, Coop. A.CA.Secretary 4; Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; Fidelio 4; Head of Hockey 4; Numerals 3; Student Play Director 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 4. 21 DIAN DANE 5325 Pine Tree Drive Miami Beach 40, Florida 1953-1957 In Florida . . . Know what I mean? I don ' t know . . . Quiet Approach trees and sailing. Chapel Proctor " 2, 3. - B Di Well, Palm NANCY MOORE DAVISON 239 North Adams Street Manchester, New Hampshire 1954-1957 Nance How does that grab ya? . . . Happy Hampton . . . Out to lunch . . . What a panic! . . . Let ' s went. A.C.A. Treasurer 4; Bazaar Committee 3; Cor- ridor Proctor 2, 4; Class Officer, Vice Presi- dent 2; Courant Staff 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Varsity Tennis 4; Student Government 2. CECILY DICKSON Graffenburg Hill, New Hartford, New York 1955-1957 Ces Your peduncle is showing . . . Hi, ravishing . . . Stick with Ike . . . Knit two, pearl two. Commencement Play 3; Courant Staff 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3. 22 KATHLEEN JOAN EARTHROWL Little Boar ' s Head, Box 126 Rye Beach, New Hampshire 1953-1957 Kathy I ' ve lost my change purse . . . Well, Harvard really could have won . . . Yummies ... I want a letter . . . Property of H.A.A. A.C.A. Representative I; A -Society 2, 3, 4; Blazer 3; Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Corridor Proc- tor 2; Choir 4; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Numerals 2; Plays 1, 2; Senior Play 4; Class Song Leader 1, 3, 4; School Song Leader 4; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3. ELLEN TEMPLE EDMONDS Reservation Road, Andover, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Ellen I found another Democrat . . . How about that? . . . Out of my way . . . Oh, Debbie, you make me mad . . . Don ' t hurry; once you ' re late, you ' re late. Courant Staff 4; Numerals 3; Plays 1, 2; Or- chestra 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 1; Honorable Mention 2; Day Student Play 1. ELOISE The Plaza, New York City, New York 1953-1957 Eloise Charge it, please . . . It ' s me, Eloise . . . Here ' s what I like . . . Skipperdee and me . . . I ' m tired, tired, tired. Head of Wrecking Room Committee 4; Social Functions 1, 2, 3, President 4; Chairman of Mail Chute 3, 4; Varsity Skidder 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Class Advisor 3, 4; Head of Room- Cleaning Committee 2, 3, 4; President of the Less Work, More Sleep Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Assist- ant Editor of Yearbook 4. 23 CECILE MACY ERICKSON Inagua, Bahamas 1954-1957 Ceci You just wait . . . I ' m going to be beautiful when I ' m eighteen! ... I just can ' t ... I hate you ... I despise bells! A-Society 3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 3, 4; Class Officer, Secretary 4; Fidelio 4; Head of Tennis 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Honorable retention 2; Numerals 3; Var- sity Tennis 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 3; Varsity Fencing 3; Play 2; Senior Play 4. CAROLYN MARSHALL GAINES 1614 Bronson Road, Fairfield, Connecticut 1953-1957 Carol, Gainso Who stole my mouse? . . . I ' m thinking . . . The Swan ... . You ' re terrific! . . . You Schnook! A.A.A. Secretary 4; A-Society 3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Cor- ridor Proctor 1; Choir 3, 4; Class Officer, Secretary 1, 3; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Numerals 2; Plays 1, 2; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Fencing 3; Year- book Staff 4. 3 0 MIRIAM GANEM 3 King ' s Beach Terrace Swampscott, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Mimi, Meem Little Pudding . . . Short and sweet . . . Come on, Gargs! . . . You know vot I mean . . . No, no! A-Society 3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 1, 3; Class Officer, President 1, 3; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Numerals 2; Student Gov- ernment 1, 3; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Gargoyle Captain 4; Senior Play 4. 24 JACQUELINE THOMPSON GOODSPEED 8 Paul Revere Road Worcester 9, Massachusetts 1955-1957 Jacquie Can hardly wait . . . Mail . . . Jamaica Fare- well . . . Where ' s Sam? ... 7:15 rising bell. Choir 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Fidelio Librarian 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Music Studio Committee 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ANNE GRAMKOW 244 Grove Street, Wellesley 81, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Gram, Annie Get lost . . . Oh rot! . . . Slow down, will ya? . . . What? We can smoke? . . . On the Cape. A.C.A. Representative 1; Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; Choir 2, 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 1; Fidelio 3, 4; Head of Archery 3; Nu- merals 3; Plays 1, 2; Varsity Archery 2, 3; Chapel Proctor 3. CAROLYN HINMAN GREEN R.F.D. No. 1, Dal ton, Pennsylvania 1954-1957 Lyn Excuse me, old girl . . . ' Janus ' . . . It ' s a lovely day today . . . Asparagus soup, anyone? . . . If only there were a painless way to learn. Cheer Leader 2, 3, 4; Courant Staff 3, 4, Dance Group 3, 4; Play 2; Fidelio 4; Recrea- tion Room Committee 3, 4; Music Room Committee 4. 25 DIANA HALLOWELL 8 Hidden Field, Andover, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Dinah, Di Whosi-dinkle . . . How weird! . . . That ' s great! . . . Andover tea dances . . . Anybody got any money, Babs? A-Society 3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Cheer Leader 3, 4; Day Student Dance Com- mittee 1, 2; Day Student Proctor 1, 2, 3; Class Officer, Secretary 2; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Head of Day Students 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Numerals 3; Student Govern- ment 4; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3. HOPE ELLINWOOD HAMILTON 518 Lakeview Avenue, Jamestown, New York 1954-1957 Hopey That ' s neat . . . She ' ll have a cow . . . Gotta go practice . . . Sore jaw . . . The friend with the deep voice. A.C.A. Representative 2; Chapel Proctor 4 Corridor Proctor 2; Choir 4; Fidelio 3, 4 Play 2; Numerals 4; Prom Committee 4 Senior Play 4; Recreation Room Committee 3 BRIDGET HAYES Off Phillips Street, Andover, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Bridget Oh dear! . . . Wonderful year abroad . . . Long, long braids . . . My heavens! . . . Quiet personality. W.U.S. Representative 4. 26 , P ' £ PENELOPE HOLBROOK 601 Poia Place, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 1954-1957 Penny I ' d love to go sailing right now . . . I ' m in the best mood . . . Oh, how dear . . . Not too tense . . . WIF. Class Officer, Secretary 2; Commencement Play 3; Dance Group 4; Fidelio 4; Honorable Mention 2, 3; Numerals 3; Recreation Room Committee 3; Senior Play 4; W.U.S. Repre- sentative 2. ELIZABETH FRANCES HORAN 1165 Park Avenue, New York 28, New York 1954-1957 Libby How cool . . . Tone ... In Cornwall ... So fine ... So dood . . . Forsooth. A-Society 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Cor- ridor Proctor 3; Choir 4; Class Officer, Secre- tary 3, Vice-President 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Numerals 3; Play 2; Senior Play 4; Student Government 4; Varsity Tennis 3, 4. KAREN JONES 1322 East Wayne Street North South Bend, Indiana 1955-1957 Karen Oh, Maud! . . . Hi, coach ... I know a neat song . . . Duets with Hope . . . Really? Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Choir 4; Class Officer, Treasurer 3: Fidelio 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Gargoyle Song Lead- er 4; Varsity Tennis 3. 27 CECILY THOMPSON KEMPER 189 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts 1952-1957 Ceci Oh, I love Shakespeare . . . Yale . . . Oh, really? . . . How fascinating . . . I ' m so glad! A.C.A. 2; Day Student Dance Committee 2, 4; Plays 3; Proctor 3; Senior Play 4. SALLY SCOFIELD LAWRENCE 8 Robandy Road, Andover, Massachusetts 1955-1957 Sal Where ' s Joy? . . . Don ' t panic . . . Hey . . . Casual ... I just can ' t pronounce regular. A.C.A. Representative 3; Day Student Proctor 3; Honor Roll 3; Honorable Mention 3; Var- sity Soccer 4; Varsity Tennis 3; Yearbook Staff 4. BARBARA FULLER LEECH 71 Havemeyer Place, Creenwich, Connecticut 1954-1957 Bitsy Red Indians are a farce . . . Hey, people . . . Tchoink! . . . Tomorrow I diet . . . I ' ve got to study. A.C.A. Representative 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 1, 3; Davis Hall Marshall Chairman 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 3,4; Hiking Leader 3. 28 LOUISA LEHMANN Dublin, New Hampshire 1954-1957 Grammy, Ouia What ' s the trouble little bubble, no soap? . . . Tea time . . . Play your position ... In Dublin, fair city ... I wish it would snow. A.C.A. Representative 3; Chapel Proctor 3 Fidelio 4; Head of Hiking 4; Numerals 4 Play 2; Senior Play 4; Varsity Soccer 3, 4 W.U.S. Representative 4. J w BEVERLEY LORD Dennett Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts 1956-1957 Bevie Look at all the sunshine ... Hi ho! . . . You ' re in the Army now . . . West Point . . . Bubbling personality. Chapel Proctor 4; Dance Group 4; Fidelio, President 4; Recreation Room Committee 4; W.U.S. Representative 4. ANNE PIERREPONT LUQUER 350 East 57th Street New York City, New York 1954-1957 Annie Anyone for steak? . . . Oh, hang! ... I want to go mountain climbing . . . Lulu . . . Beau- tiful speech. A.C.A. Vice-President 4; Bazaar Committee 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Class Officer, Vice-Presi- dent 3; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 2; Honorable Mention 2, 3; Nu- merals 3; Play 2; Student Government 4. 29 ELIZABETH McGUIRE 133 Lower Boulevard New London, Connecticut 1955-1957 Cindy, McGoo Dear Dorothy Dix . . . Joke over . . . Or something like that . . . Yoo hoo! . . . Eloise and Great White Father. A.C.A. Representative 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3. lynne Mclaughlin Harbor Road, Harbor Acres, Port Washington, Long Island, New York 1954-1957 Lynne, Pinny Hi, toodle blossom . . . Take it easy, Cecile . . . Hi, ug . . . Cool and collected . . . " Candida " and Brooks. A.C.A. Representative 2; A-Society 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 2; Class Officer, President 3; Abbot-Brooks Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Honorable Mention 2; Numerals 3; Play 2; Prom Com- mittee 3; Student Government, President 4; Varsity Hockey 4. JANET MARJORIE McLEAN Route 100, Foreside Road, Falmouth, Maine 1954-1957 Jan Hunt for the best . . . Everybody be quiet . . . Should I get a D.A.? . . . Fanetta . . . Sailing on Casco Bay. A. A. A. Treasurer 4; Chairman of Class Song Committee 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; Numerals 3; Senior Play 4; W.U.S. Rep- resentative 2, 3; Head of Posture 3; Chapel Proctor 2. 30 JUDITH NAOMI MEDWED Poplar Street, Skowhegan, Maine 1953-1957 Medwed, Judy Just look . . . Food, anyone? . . . That ' s neat . . . Howdy . . . The Maine Stein Song. Chapel Proctor 1, 2; Numerals 3; Play 1; Senior Play 4; Senior Parlor Committee 4. EMILY MEYER Spur Road, Greenwich, Connecticut 1954-1957 Emmy Har-ree! . . . You hag . . . Back in the saddle again . . . Clean up that mess . . . Ah ' ve got ' em all at mah feet. Corridor Proctor 3; Choir 4; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Head of Tennis 3; Nu- merals 3; Play 2; Prom Committee 4; Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 2; Varsity Tennis 3. GWENDOLYN LOUISE ODDY 49 Charles Street, Orange, Massachusetts 1954-1957 Gwen Ahem . . . Progress girls . . . Heck NO . . . You know what? . . . Hey, you guys. Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 2; Fidelio 4; Honor Roll 3; Varsity Softball 3; Yearbook Staff 4. 31 VALERIE STERLING OGDEN Ind ian Chase Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 1954-1957 Val, Rock Now Kiddies . . . A.S.P.C.J. . . . Judy Botnick, telephone call . . . That ' s another one down the drain . . . We ' ve got to make this the best Prom ever. Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 3; Class Officer, President 2; Commencement Play 3; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Honorable Mention 3; Play 2; Prom Commit- tee Head 4; Senior Play 4; Student Govern- ment 2. ELLEN PARKER 2401 Washington Street Canton, Massachusetts 1954-1957 Ellen Oh, those French impressionists! . . . Hey, Green, we ' ve got a new thing for Courant . . . Oh, how I hate the morning ... I only wish I knew more about it. Courant Staff 3, 4; Editor of Courant 4; Fidelio 4; Play 2; Music Studio Committee 3, 4. JOY PARTRIDGE 50 Walnut Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts 1955-1957 Joy Any phone calls? . . . Where ' s Sally? . . . Guess who I saw? . . . What are you doing Saturday night? . . . Always a smile. Fidelio 4; Senior Parlor Committee 4. tSB? 32 MARION ELIZABETH PEARCE 3245 Congress Street, Fairfield, Connecticut 1954-1957 " Bunny Aren ' t I neat? . . . Anybody got any food? . . . Come on, men . . . Big Bunny ' s watching you ... I feel like singing! Bazaar Executive Committee 3; Choir 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice-President 3; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Director Commencement Play 3; Dance Group 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Numerals 4; Play 2; Senior Play 4; Student Government, Vice-President 4; W. U. S. Rep- resentative 2. JOAN ELIZABETH PELLETIER Goodhue Road, Boscawen, New Hampshire 1955-1957 Yo, Joanie Hoss feathers ... I may be wrong, but ... I stand corrected ... It seems to me . . . Erupting volcano. Recreation Room Committee 4; Senior Play 4. PENELOPE JANE POST Tarrytown Road, Pleasantville, New York 1953-1957 Penny Smile! . . . Not another test? . . . Whoops! . . . Since 1829 . . . Don ' t you think I ' ve lost weight? A. C. A. Representative 4; Commencement Play 3; Courant Staff 4; Honor Roll 3; Honor- able Mention 1, 3; Play 2; Davis Hall Mar- shall 3; Music Studio Committee 4; Hiking Leader 3. V 33 SUSAN ELIZABETH RAIRDON 3724 Sulphur Spring Road, Toledo 6, Ohio 1954-1957 Sue Noed Sird . . . Toadstools and olives . . . Oh, my dear! ... Eh Cum, Moose, Tito . . . We ' ve got p ractice tonight at nine, you guys. Corridor Proctor 1; Choir 2, 3, 4; Class Song Leader 2; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Griffin Song Leader 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Honorable Mention 4; Music Studio Commit- tee 3, 4; Numerals 3; Play 2; Senior Play 4; Varsity Soccer 4. NANCY MAE RUHLIN Summer Street, Hampden Highlands, Maine 1953-1957 N. Mae Do I really have an accent? . . . Crimson Blush . . . Should I wear my glasses? . . . I ' m flying home . . . Maine. Chapel Proctor 1; Numerals 3; W. U. S. Rep- resentative 1, Head 4. PAULA SLIFER 1705 Washtenaw Ave., Ann Arbor, Michigan 1954-1957 Paula Gracious goodness . . . Oh, dear, I ' m too fat . . . Michigan . . . Anybody got any food? . . . Hurry you guys — we ' ll be late. Courant Staff 4; Recreation Room C ommittee 4; Senior Parlor Committee 4. YW 34 DEBORAH LOUISE SMITH 20 Johnson Road, Andover, Massachusetts 1954-1957 Deb Oh, I haven ' t studied for that test yet ... I don ' t understand . . . Go Griffin! . . . Oh, Smith, you jerk ... I will NOT cut my hair. A. C. A. Representative 2, 4; A-Society 4; Ba- zaar Committee 3; Day Student Dance Com- mittee 3; Day Student Proctor 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 2, 3; Honorable Mention 4; Numerals 3; Play 2; Recreation Room Committee 3; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Year- book 4. MARY ANN SPURGEON 35 Linwood Avenue, Newton, New Jersey 1953-1957 Sam He ' s a honey . . . Thoughtful . . . Are you sure? . . . Hey, roommate . . . Neat as heck. A-Society 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Chapel Proctor 1, 2, 3; Class Officer, President 2, Treasurer 1, 4; Fidelio 4; Griffin Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Honorable Mention 1; Numerals 2; Student Government 2, 4; Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3. LUCINDA SMITH SULZABACHER 31 The Serpentine, Roslyn, New York 1954-1957 Lulu Great Scott and little fishes . . . Hey, lellows . . . You guy crs . . . Oh la ... CI ' est la vie and whoop dee dee. A. C. A. President 4; Corridor Proctor 3; Class Officer, Treasurer 2; Commencement Play 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Head of Track 3; Numerals 3; Student Government 1; Varsity Hockcv 4; W. U. S. Representative 2. 35 DEBORAH TILLSON 26 Great Road, Bedford, Massachusetts 1954-1957 Debbie Alio, Alio . . . Wait for me . . . Oh, is it a fraternity pin? . . . Whoozy-whatsis . . . I know he ' s got a lot to do, but just a post- card! Bazaar Committee Head 3; Corridor Proctor 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 4; Head of Soccer 4; Varsity Soccer 4; Numerals 4; Honorable Mention 2, 3; Yearbook Staff 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3. p gLU TT MARY ADA WELLMAN Box 186, Ashville, New York 1955-1957 Mary Many moons . . . After Christmas vacation . . . Come on, kids . . . Mercersburg man ... 1 can ' t go home looking like this! Bazaar Committee Head 3; Class Officer, President 4; Corridor Proctor 3; Dance Group 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Fidelio 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Student Government 4. n SANDRA ANNE WILES 77 Edinboro Street, Marlboro, Massachusetts 1955-1957 Willie, Sandy Hey kiddies . . . Whaat? . . . Some people just can ' t sing . . . Don ' t panic . . . What am I go- ing to do? Chapel Proctor 3; Senior Parlor Head 4; Senior Play 4. ' «J 36 LOUISE WOOLDREDGE Corn Point Road, Marblehead, Massachusetts 1953-1957 Glee Hey you all . . . You know ... I got a letter . . . High Society . . . Down on Corn Point. A. A. A. President 4; A-Society 2, 3, 4; Ba- zaar Committee Head 3; Blazer 3; Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; Class Officer, Vice-President 1, 2; Fidelio 4; Honor Roll 1; Numerals 1; Plays 1, 2; Student Government 1, 2, 4; Vars- ity Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 3; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3. FRANCES LORETTA YOUNG 300 Central Park West, New York, New York 1953-1957 Frankie Did Yale win? . . . Oh, that ' s daarling . . . Hey, I think I ' m excited! ... Is this too tight? . . . How marvelous. Chapel Proctor 1, 2; Corridor Proctor 4; Class Officer, Secretary 1; Dance Group 1, 2, 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Fidelio 4; Play 1; Senior Play 4; Varsity Soccer 4. Sometimes I carry the class banner, but not very often. 37 Looks good girls Here ' s how we had fun, fun, fun at our picnic. 38 qg war " jr " ae I was the only one who got hurt at Intervale. And they ' re off in a cloud of snow! Now what do we do? What a ghastly hand! Which way did he go? THE SENIOR PROM OR A SLOW BOAT TO CHINA As the last of the crew hopped aboard, The H. M. S. Chopsticks steamed from the shore. We dined the first eve by candlelight; our laughter echoed into the night. The Captain ' s Mate soon sighted land. We danced to the music of a Hong Kong band. " You are in China, " a gong rang out. We saw a Buddha and had no doubt. The gong echoed 1 ; the moon was high. Our trip was over; Cinderella, Good- bye. • I 7 Hfc «¥, Zz ' Ae to play sophisticated roles. SENIOR DRAMA CLASS Back Row: F. Young, J. McLean, M. Pearce, L. Horan, C. Erickson, N. Cooper, S. Wiles, L. Lehmann, J. Medwed, H. Hamilton. Middle Row: K. Earthrowl, M. Ganem, S. Rairdon, L. Beebe, V. Ogden. Front Row: J. Pelletier, P. Holbrook. l«J ' ) Judy, you ' re not listening! The Homebodies ' Halloween. Oh Mammy, Mammy tell me. Well, it was like this What beautiful legs you nave, my dears. I • - ».- » Where ' s your press card, Yo? And they lived happily ever after. Stay down, second O! %l Put your shoe on, Libby. rf Laughed so hard, ah thought Ha! Ha! I ' ve don it and I ' m glad. r ■ v Pssst, it ' s tne copsl Well, you ' ve finally made itl 44 NOT EVERYONE IS A SENIOR. Senior-Mid talent was marooned on a desert island. My source theme was worthy of praise. At the Bazaar I was in the bag- pipers ' way most of the time. ! Shakespeare would have been proud of my performance in " The Tempest " . I liked to think about the stars more than my homework. l hated my dates at tea dances. They ahvays scrunched my feet. I knitted Yale scarves for the Co-op in my spare time. I was more than a spectator in the prep play. Oh, my! Skipperdee ' s sneakers put on absolutely too much w eight! Class Officers — First Term Sitting: President, A. Daley; Treasurer, S Lawrence. Standing: Vice President, S. Benson; Sec retary, J. Hart. I SENIOR-MIDS Day Students Standing: S. Leavitt, V. Matthews, A. Di- Clemente. Sitting: M. O ' Connor, J. Locke, C. Sandberg, R. Ozoonian. Class Officers — Second Term Sitting: President, B. Gardner; Vice Presi- dent, R. Gray. Standing: Treasurer, F. White; Secretary, F. Lindbeck. Draper — First Floor, New Wing Back Row: C. Gomez, A. Daley, N. Dick, L. Flesh, A. Cole. Front Row: S. Thrall, M. Savage, P. Grant, B. Gardner, C. Phillips, M. Steketee. Draper — Second Floor, Old Wing Back Row: L. Comas, K. Lockwood. Middle Row: S. Moore, E. Olson, H. Gray, B. Randall, J. Christie, F. Lindbeck, B. Black, A. Metcalf, F. White, N. Russell. Front-Row: R. Gray, J. New, L. Carr, N. Colby, J. Gronblad. r,T ii .1(1 Ik Draper — First Floor, Old Wing Back Row: M. Moran, N. Miller, A. Nielsen, F. Owsley, S. Lawrence, B. Davidson. Middle Row: J. Finger, K. Walker, K. Wakuta, S. Evans, E. Hull. Front Row: J. Hart, E. Artz. ! -mil v 1 f -§ -» +% Vv« fjgg: ■? Draper— Third Floor, Old Wing Back Row: N. Stevenson, S. Castle, V. Kohler, C. Greene, S. Hill, A. Hitchcock, R. Granger. Middle Row: S. Veeder, P. Grant, E. Taft. Front Row: C. Worcester, P. Parrish, J. Hamil- ton, L. Vandeveer. RIPLEY Back Row: M. Welch. J. Shanklin. A. Moulton. W. Pafford. Middle Row: D. Ward, S. Gome , S. Slater. Front Row: S. Bens en, P. Ellice. I love Mickey All day suckerl Incognito Finale The Presley Look Swing through the air with the greatest of ease _ j Mama is a traitorl Ipana for everyone. Cokes are not fattening! My stars! Where ' s Maryr Flypaper! Who tunica on the light? We are too mature! Class Officers — First Term Sitting: Vice President, C. Hitch; President, K. Sides. Standing: Secretary, L. Bell; Treasurer, S. Fox. JUNIORS Day Students Back Row: B. Harriman, K. Sides, S. Bradley, G. Barton, E. Kellogg, J. Roundy. Middle Row: J. Simpson, D. Hayes, S. Calnan, L. Smith, S. Wholey, F. Critchley. Front Row: L. Onthank, A. Grew, C. Clements, S. Founder. Class Officers — Second Term Sitting: Secretary, J. Synnott; President, E. Hall. Standing: Treasurer, C. Jones; Vice President, S. Calnan. Abbey — First Floor Back Row: D. Henry, T. Ranson. Middle Row: Z. Makepeace, L. Fox. Front Row: S. Moulton, C. Paull, M. Kuhns. SHERMAN Back Row: E. Evans, A. lams, B. Quimby, A. Travers, M. Fairfax, P. Marvin. Middle Row: C. Nichols, S. Cooper, A. Horn, E. Greene, E. Hall, N. Wardwell. Front Row: S. Fox, J. Adams. Back Row: D. Germs, N. Startt, J. Synnott, S. Holland, M. Dickson, C. Watson, M. Feltwell. Front Row: D. Pierce, N. Taft, N. Porter, D. Montgomery. SUNSET Back Row: O. Sexton, E. Taylor. E. Bell. Middle Row: M. Erickson, C. Hitch. Front Row: L. McGehec. M. B ' die. C. Jones. ' . ■ ■ W I 1 1 1 .1 l 1 If 1 HI You Lucky Dog Sophisticated Ladies Nice to meet cha, bud Forbidden FtoHc ! ■ i A Preiudiced Pride ,• »» • M • tr.il.ti .. m fe SSS Pensive Chaos You ' re kidding! school ' s such a bor« Wild Seduction Pew! Speaking of Grasshoppers Next question . Which twin? Two can live as cheaply as one. I I ' MUlti Which do vou choose? f% I y mT 1 1 a i ■ jjf Look under the bed! 53 I ate a sour lemon. What ' s your excuse? Who ate the canarv? Smells like toasted marshmallows Gymnastics? EEK! a moth hole. PREPS « siminii ii mi nuuni Class Officers — First Term Treasurer, C. Auxier; Vice President, A. Crane; President, O. Smith; Secretary, M. Danielson. Abbey House — Third Floor Back Row: J. Kohl, H. O ' Connor, D. Ralphs, J. Hagerman, N. Hough, C. Kent, M. Latta. Front Row: D. Krichels, W. Bolton, L. Fur- neaux. t t MP! wwk_. . P . H m. m BCH HhHHHMofBHHRt sliBI Abbey House — Second Floor Back Row: C. Auxier, O. Smith, E. Emery, P. Potter, S. Spaulding, H. Jopling. Front Row: L. Yeomans, S. Foote, V. Pratt. - ■ — 4 a t ' g . - Wi Jl . F { i 5n itejL j sj tkJ jg n Class Officers — Second Term Standing: Secretary, S. Brennan. Sitting: Vice President, L. Yeomans; Presi- dent, E. Emery; Treasurer, M. Latta. Day Students Back Row: H. Malone, M. Saliba, A. Crane, J. Nassar, J. English. Middle Row: S. Brennan, S. Lothrop, K. Stevens, M. Bethune. Front Row: C. Hitchcock, M. Danielson. t Pajamas? ciave you auditionea tor Ed SuHv How do you do? I Sunkist? And this is my roommate. No bathrobe, eh? J Who goes there.- ' Y u bet! One last question. Miss Monroe. A day with me, ELOISE. I get up at 7:14 — usually yawn out loud several times. At breakfast I have to serve. Then I have to feed Skipperdee, my turtle. I keep him under my bed. ! Sometimes I take a stick and skidder it along the walls if the corridor is quiet. Then I go to the package room to see if there are any packages for me, ELOISE. After lunch I get my mail. Of course, I go to the food store. Ooooooooooooooo, I love food. go to Chapel to sing the hymns. Sometimes I go to classes. I ' m usually late. The rest of the time I ' m supposed to study. I always have a meeting or something. Skipperdee and me always go to modern dance. -= Then I practice the piano. Skipperdee and me, we always take a bath. % After dinner I have to study; then Skipperdee and me go to bed. These people make my day possible. Fred and Bill drive tractors, shovel snow, and bring me doughnuts. Gladys gives me mail and sometimes a telephone message. Mr. Bonde is my special mealtime companion. He ' s more fun than room service. Monsieur Robb takes care of McKeen and helps at concerts. I ! ■ II f ' i — ■♦ b.. . X. ' 1 i - « - People who help Mr. Bonde wear large aprons and smile. V ' W Food is served by others and eaten with relish. £S-ro - G » My day is raw t her full. I ' m in all the organizations. Oh my goodness! I ' m so busy, busy, busy. I ' m always doing official things. SENIOR COUNCIL J. Bradley, E. Horan, M. Wellman, M. Carter, L. McLaughlin, M. Pearce, L. Sulzbacher, B. Brad- ley, L. Wooldredge, A. Luquer. Missing: D. Hallowell. STUDENT GOVERNMENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT Standing: A. Crane, E. Emery, K. Sides, C. Hitch, A. Daley, B. Gardner, S. Bensen, S. Calnan, E. Hall, R. Gray, L. Yeomans. Sitting: J. Bradley, E. Horan, M. Wellman, M. Carter, L. McLaughlin, M. Pearce, L. Sulzbacher, B. Bradley, L. Wooldredge, A. Luquer. Missing: D. Hallowell. Sometimes I help the A. C. A. (They can ' t do a thing without me.) A. Luquer, Vice President; C. Curry, Secretary; L. Sulzbacher, President; N. Davison, Treasurer. ABBOT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION A. C. A. REPRESENTATIVES Back Row: C. Paull, C. Phillips, E. Taft, D. Smith, P. Post, E. Bell, J. Synnoit. Middle Row: B. Leech, S. Slater, R. Ozoonian, A. Crane, N. Miller, M. Buckley. Front Row: K. Lockwood, V. Pratt, M. Latta, S. Fox. Dolls for Hindman. 61 Here ' s what I can do . . . Write. And we ' re pretty talented too! COURANT STAFF L. Green; N. Davidson; J. Botnick; P. Post; Editor, E. Parker; S. Christy; P. Slifer; C. Dickson. THE CIRCLE STAFF J. Goodspeed, E. McGuire, G. Oddy, D. Tillson, S. Lawrence, D. Smith, L. Cornwall, C. Cooper, M. Colby, C. Gaines. Oooooo, I absolutely love to watch the boys at concerts. CHOIR Back Row: L. Horan, J. Goodspeed, M. Colby, E. Meyer, A. Gramkow, B. Gardner. Middle Row: M. Erickson, M. Pearce, M. A. Savage, C. Gaines, K. Earthrowl, S. Rairdon. Front Row: L. Sulzbacher, H. Hamilton, L. McGehee, K. Jones. FIDELIO $ O 1 ' . f j £ I . ' v The Fidelio Society at Brooks FIDELIO ACTIVITIES R i gjWpS flflH B J £ r- l LJ a EE H o ' Miss Friskin Conducts The Madrigals 65 WORLD UNIVERSITY SERVICE Back Row: D. Krichels, S. Foote, M. Erickson, N. Cooper, L. Lehmann, M. Feltwell, H. Gray. Front Row: B. Lord, A. Horn, N. Stevenson, N. Ruhlin, M. A. Savage, M. Welch, K. Wakuta, D. Henry. 0IA£ After breakfast is an absolutely wild time for collecting. Often I catch people with their hair down . 66 But more often W. U. S. collec- tors find things left behind. HERE ' S THE THINQ OF IT — IT ' S NICE TO BE ATHLETIC! o V Abbot Athletic Association Secretary, C. Gaines; President, L. Wooldredge; Vice President, J. Bradley; Treasurer, J. McLean. a Physical Education Department Standing: Miss Janet Bolen, Mrs. Katalin Czukrasz. Sitting: Miss Shirley Ritchie, Miss Dorothy Tudd. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Song Leaders S. Rairdon, K. Earthrowl, K. Jones. (V) oo ° ° a a r- ■ H- s 4 J X ' A A- SOCIETY Back Row: M. Carter, C. Gaines, A. Luquer, S. Tidd, C. Erickson, L. McLaughin, L. Wool- dredge, K. Earthrowl. Middle Row: A. DiClemente, J. McLean L. Horan, M. A. Spurgeon, L. Sulzbacher, D. Smith, D. Hallowell. Front Row: M. Ganem. ]. Christie, N. Dick, C. Sandberg, J. Bradley. DANCE GROUP ± - Mimi and Lister ■ft GARGOYLE CHEERLEADERS J. Bradley, L. Green, C. Sandberg, S. Moore, P. Grant, J. Hamilton. -- ' C ' mon, Gargoyles! What are you waiting for? HOCKEY TEAM Back Row: L. Wooldredge, E. Parker, L. McLaughlin, C. Greene, M. Erick- son, L. Sulzbacher, J. Bradley. Front Row: M. Ganem, S. Tidd, E. Bell. SOCCER TEAM Back Row: C. Cooper, S. Lawrence, P. Parrish, L. Vandeveer, N. Startt, D. Hayes, R. Ozoonian. Front Row: M. O ' Connor, A. DiCle- mente, L. Lehmann, S. Calnan, L. On thank. GARGOYLES TENNIS TEAM H. Malone, C. Watson, C. Erickson, L. Beebe, N. Davison. GRIFFIN CHEERLEADERS M. Carter, K. Earthrowl, D. Hallowell, F. White, C. Gaines, M. A. Spurgeon. ■t JE£ i ■- SSk And those California oranges. . . TENNIS TEAM S. Foutnier, C. Worcester, E. Horan, C. Phillips, V. Pratt. SOCCER TEAM Back Row: J. Nassar, S. Rairdon, D. Tillson, L. Flesh, A. Daley, V. Kohler, S. Christy. Front Row: J. New, M. Saliba, D. Smith. F. Young, E. Edmonds. GRIFFINS Grr! HOCKEY TEAM Back Row: M. Carter, N. Dick, M. Pearce, E. Meyer, M. Buckley, D. Hallowell. Front Row: R. Gray, B. Black, L. Cornwall, C. Curry, C. Gaines, A. Bowden, P. Holbrook. f n -?Gif i?3M NAME FAVORITE HAUNT PET PEEVE AMBITION Lucy Beebe Pat Bijur With the U. S. Navy Andover tea dances Bells Hungry friends To have a complete pocket boo library To get the gold ring Judy Botnick Pizza Palaces An empty cookie box. To be a waitress at the European Anne Bowden Harvard Loud gum chewers Cartoonist Barbara Bradley Yale The man who got away To be a model Jody Bradley With Sebastian Decisions Yodel years with Yo Pat Brennan The convertible Policemen To be a sports-car racer Martha Buckley Taxis Tourists Radios for Abbot Mary Carter A and P Dungarees Nurse Carter Sue Christy Wild and Woolly West Pessimistic people To bottle California sunshine Marcia Colby Westport Harbor Hotchkiss fans 7 children on a farm Carolyn Cooper Art studio Non-Eloise fans Artist Nancy Cooper Cell block 227 Imbeciles Secretary of State Lydia Cornwall Santa ' s workshop An unpowdered nose To be Santa ' s chief helper Ceci Curry Room 227 Entering without knocking To teach children Dian Dane Florida sunshine Serving jello Buyer Nancy Davison In the sun Crooked seams Stanford Cecily Dickson Utica Club People who kick chairs Marry a millionaire Kathy Earthrowl Winthrop House Empty mail boxes Bubble dancer Ellen Edmonds Press conferences Customs First woman president Eloise Laundry chute Peter Rabbit To marry Elvis Presley Cecile Erickson In front of the mirror A teasing Lynne To be beautiful at eighteen Carol Caines Kitchens Snobs To entertain the German Army Mimi Ganem Sing Sing Griffins To find B. G. Jacquie Goodspeed Sea Clicking pens Happiness Anne Gramkow On the cape Non-smokers To marry the circus midget Lyn Green On the dance floor Too many things to explore Follow ambition Di Hallowell North Haven 8:05 chapel To justify her claim to fame Hope Hamilton Lake Erie Snapping gum Nurse Bridget Hayes Europe Evening dresses Genius Penny Holbrook Food Store Not being in love To meet a " he " dear ELOISE ' S DEDUCTION She ' ll be intellectual. A little grocer in a little fruit store. " Cigars, cigarettes! " Saxy! A couple of pounds might help. Sebastian is warm. It ' s a bird, it ' s a plane, it ' s Patti. White lips at midnight .... Interns are interesting She ' ll raise oranges. Peut-etre. Marry a truck driverl 1 This is a watchbird watching you. Uncle Sam I loved kindergarten. Three ' s a crowd Hampton Beach or bust! Wouldn ' t put it past her. Another Sophie Tucker How do you feel about the new pen- guin aggression in Antarctica, Madame President? Our Deduction — We absolutely love you! I hate you! 1,000 children in a Red Cross truck Love is old in Paris. Oh brother! Not enough cigiboos. She loves to dance and sigh. She has the world on a string. A man in a gray flannel suit. Que sera, sera Oh, Hopey! 4 c L,n NAME FAVORITE HAUNT PET PEEVE A3IBTTI0X ELOISE ' S DEDUCTION Libby Horan Trees Dullards Win at Wimbledon .Another Van Doran . . . Karen Jones The Hub Those taller females Be 6 " tall Marry 6 ' 4 " Cecily Kemper Theaters Bores Actress " Kemper-smashing new discovery! " Sally Lawrence A lodge in Maine Prep day scholars. To get that man Heaven help mankind! Bitsy Leech Lonely desert island Creamed celery Be locked all night in a bakery shop Refer to HOW TO MARRY A MILLIONAIRE Ouia Lehmann Ski slope Cold bedrooms Teaching Snow, snow, beautiful snow! Bev Lord West Point Lots of talk, no action To help others Always wears a smile. Anne Luquer Mountain peaks People who say " isn " t he dear? " Ski instructor at Mt- Everest Shell have her fill of steak! Cindy McGuire Behind the laundry Crowds of Alarmists Sell igloos to the Eskimos Gee, she ' s neat! Lynne McLaughlin Dartmouth Hooking up Cecile M. R. S. degree I want a gavel and a glass of water . . . Jan McLean That somewhere in Maine People who ask, " What ' s in your locket? " To be tall . . . and she ' ll live happily ever after. Judy Medwed Suicide Slope Sunburns To ski at P. A. Refer to the Farmer ' s Almanac. Emilv Meyer Cages Hypocrites Queen of Sheraton Rodeo You can ' t fence either of us in! Gwen Oddy Snack Bars Shades up at night To be tall and thin She ' ll go on her diet tomorrow. Yal Ogden Yale " Yal. I need a date. " Ambassador She ' ll get you a date Ellen Parker T Wharf Yankees Have 5 kids Ballet.- Jov Partridge A sail boat Cheese To grow ivy for the Ivy League. Sailors Beware! Bunny Pearce Stage Doors Knockings on the wall To be a fair lady Extra-Bunnv tonight in " Abbot ' s a HabiL " Joan Pelletier Inside a box Rules Yodel years with Yo-Ho I can yodel too! Penny Post Radcliffe Conceited men Scientific research Bryn Mawr gaL Sue Rairdon Hephalump ' s Hole People ignorant of toadstools and merrymaking Africa with a lover Pretty weird. Nancv Ruhlin Maine woods People who " borrow " gum Teach the little ones. . . A nice Maniac. Paula Slifer Weque Being late To be a little secretary in a big dry- I ' ve never heard of Michigan. Debbie Smith White satin dresses Non-advertisers To get him to write nvbody got a stamp? Sam Spurgeon Behind her specs Trying to collect dues First ladv of U. 5- Marrv a gentleman Lulu Sulzbacher The stage Non-klinkenhoppers Sing " be bopa loola " in graduation concert She ' ll take over for Elvis Debbie Tillson Lake Winnipesaukee Pushv people To be seductive Tippecanoe and Tillson too Mar-v Wellman Senior class meeting Dirtv hair Artist in Greenwich Village What a Pres! Sandy Wiles Carbonis People getting up before the bell To have curly hair Which curl has the Toni? Glee Wooldredge G m Liver and bacon Graduate She ' ll marrv earlier than vou think. Frankie Young Bulldog pen People who want their hair cut Not to cut hair Chinese beaulv. L t8£L-„ V n My room won ' t be messy much longer. It ' s almost June 3. SALEM COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., INC. Saleir Depot New Hampshire BEST WISHES r S ' . 2 ' s: i ICECREAM Jersey Ice Cream Co. LAWRENCE. MASS. FOOTWEAR Style and Quality REINHOLD ' S 13 Main Street Andover GOOD LUCK " 57 " PHINNEY ' S 80 With My Best Best Wishes Wishes to the Mr. and Mrs. Lyndall F. Carter Class of 1957 Compliments Best Wishes of A from FRIEND B. H. Y. C. GOOD WISHES TO THE H The Abbot Circle Compliments from of West India Chemicals, Limited Matthewtown, Inaqua, LOOK PHOTO Bahamas Rounding out our twentieth year of service to Abbot Academy. It was wonderful! We hope to continue to be of service. " things different " Ready-to-Wear — Accessories of the better type. MICHAEL JAYS ANDOVER — LOWELL 81 Congratulations ' 57 WELLMAN REALTY CORP Jamestown, New York Congratulations from the Father of Eloise 82 Best Wishes r Anonymous Best Wishes Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hamilton With all Best Wishes to the Class of 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Francis F. McGuire Best Wishes To the Class of " 57 WW Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McLaughlin 83 Davison Construction Company, Inc. CONTRACTORS — ENGINEERS 1306A Elm Street MANCHESTER, N. H. 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L DWELL MASS. Andover Mass. 88 The Andover Merrimac National Bank ANDOVER GEORGETOWN HAVERHILL MERRIMAC NORTH ANDOVER Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Henry M. Gerasin Co. Purveyors of CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY Specializing in Tenderloins and Sirloins One Blackstone Street Boston IS, Massachusetts LAfayette 3-8285 SKOW MOCCASINS, INC Skowhegan, Maine 89 WITH BEST WISHES Mr and Mrs Smith L Rairdon GOOD LUCK 1957 from Dr and Mrs Carl Ruhlin Businessman ' s Luncheon Served 12 to 2 CHARLES STEAK HOUSE Inc. A. C. Kostandin, Pres. Private Dining Room for All Occasions ROUTES 125 and 133 NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. Telephone Lawrence 2-7732 Compliments of a Friend 90 We put our girls in your hands, Eloise. Teach them your humor, Bradley Real Estate Give them your childish fun to 126 Main Street rely on, ANDOVER Please. Tel. And. 2529 — a Dad A FRIEND 91 HILL ' S HARDWARE ATHLETIC GOODS Main Street Andover, Mass. Compliments of THE COFFEE MILL Breakfast - Luncheon - Supper 125 MAIN STREET Andover Mass. Tel. 1855 ANDES BEAUTY SALON Thirty-one Main Street ANDOVER MASS. Ande ' s Coiffures Reflect Quality and Style BILLINGS, INC. Jewelers — Opticians ANDOVER MASS. School Jewelry Watches Andover Inn C7r juaawag I?m Dinner Daily 5:30-8:30 Sundays 12:00-8:00 P.M. Telephone 903 Robert H. Frazer, Innkeeper JOHN H. GREC0E Watchmaker Jeweler Optician OFFICIAL SCHOOL JEWELRY 46 Main Street Andover Mass. 92 The 1956 CIRCLE is another existing example of VANTINE TRI-PRESS ASSOCIATED Service CT ' uaiiti PHOTOGRAPHY — YEARBOOK — PUBLISHING Your Representative MR. ROBERT VANTINE 132 Boyleston Street Boston, Massachusetts THE WARREN KAY VANTINE STUDIO, Inc. 1 32 BOYLESTON STREET, BOSTON, MASS. 93 COMPLIMENTS OF Mr and Mrs Stephen Brennan 94 Bride Grimes Company PLUMBING SUPPLIES 9 Franklin Street LAWRENCE MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes To The CLASS OF 1957 95 As Usual — WRIGHT DITSON The Unusual In Gifts Division of ANDOVER GIFT HOUSE 10-12 PARK STREET SPAULDING SALES CORP. Open Fri. Eve. Til 9 Tel. And. 1822 FIELDSTONES by Sally Bodwell Andover, Mass. Highway 28 Tel. 1996 Compliments of LUNCHEONS - DINNERS BUFFET A FRIEND Buffet Suppers Sunday and Thursday Open Daily Except Monday and Tuesday Compliments of Beede El ectrical Instrument Co., Inc. PENACOOK NEW HAMPSHIRE 96 BUCHAN McNALLY MORRISSEY PLUMBING — HEATING TAXI SERVICE Paul W. Collins, Prop. 26 Park Street Andover TEL. 59 Telephone Andover 121 32 Park Street ANDOVER MASS. STUDENT TOURS S. S. PIERCE CO. TO EUROPE Est. 1831 BASSETT ' S TOURS BOSTON, MASS. 32 Merrimack Street Haverhill Mass. 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