Amesbury High School - Pow Wow Yearbook (Amesbury, MA)
- Class of 1956
Page 1 of 116
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1956 volume:
I Jing .
1 ---X '
1.. .. f E. .
4 U5 ,
4 . ,
5 ,-'T 1211 X
J. A ll. M
,v , .
R ,Nj 'e
15 ,L 1
, , , . ,,, A. ,M . ,, .p f
'11 "-' I, ' 4' ' n f - ' 31-' V 1- x g " V
. '- " : 4 ,f-.v,:T,3.g-5:-1-"' W
Inn' Aiffwwn.-,.'A ,vc ,
AWWZWW 564006 ffmecdwzq, 77Zd44acda4ezw
L ,.,' Q ,
if , Q 42 1 44' A
. QV, X
Q-, 1 , 9,
Wx 'S s J? 2,
4' f 5
' fy A 4
, ,I if f
A 1 .gf
ki? ,li vb:
vi I, 4, ,,
, fl 5, , 5
Cfgu . 1
, 3 '7
X.. Vi' : ,f
M ,gf I4
. f ,
4 f ,
. S gf.
I , X 4
4? lv gy
v Q W'
' v Q
, X A ,
K ,, VN
, , M fm
. ' K I f '52
. - ' ,,g
, :l.- Q Y' - Q
AJ " 3?
1 In ,, my gk ,fa
N , ,
- ,, .: ', In , ' f . 'f ' ,-QQ . 4- -
Xa f 1 A fm' , in , Q ,. ', 'Q ' '
.MV fm, 3, I V g Q
7 ,fl vi
we, Me gecm of 1956,
,4-inzdmq D. 744401444 7977-7955
aw Me cada
' cw ....
- V w:
. 9 I 'X 2, ,'
gist,-gg-'LSHIA ' 5,77 gli.
' 'L' ba'-.wc W-' ?".- Wi 1' , ,-
Wgsmgm 1 '.--, i'W-'-f5"""'if.f.
Qhvfbmf . it YH 31? 5 Y!1g.'-Q"'Qt,y,f,f'-,
wmwmmaww' . - .F .14 .J mf "ri-.1.':fA
. x A Q ' .I , IA,q .,n4"kx1
L , E aw k vu'
i f ' ' A gii f , 2- ff?
I 3- . Xiu , QQ?
, Q"'?cl5f" ,. 1' f xi W' Wwe
wif' i ' '?fTlS4:N'3'f5 , 0'
q i' , ,ww-Wir gl X - . , ,
.. A Q x vi N , "pda , li, I-,' m f" "ERE, fx? N' 'li' - V '
LII! X55 5 5955529 Whgvfggli .V .. ,ul
I Ll,S.:"'x: 31 ,-T?"l.f11.I-f'::',l'1'45:' 4 '-W'yggK":55XlS55Qf35Q'ln: r Qs.. Y" C1319 Yffil.-.'f 7 I- I ,., ,x
' '5vf3-sf?-1ff"'fiL'W,"vi'f? ?W5E+??52F+1i'fi1'Y?33Y 'f'd-M' ,. lsr ' f Q
tgirl..-. 'QE-Q Sv Hgxigsj gi- , 1. 4' L
A . .W 1, H .?. jkamw . w . K ,
., I ",l: '. , . , 1,-in
x - fllgl-QM fMi5ff,i'1-gk
4 E957 fxiislf In
'X la 'f:' X'fJn.g t
BI' X -
1" ' xv
Left to right- Alfred B Boudreau Fred P Knapp Supt Eng
lish, Chairrnan Samuei R. Bailef, George C. Krlighrjames
M. Justin, Laurie A. Ebacher.
P 1 'E e
Q. Sandy faq
TYPING - The light-fingered touch. CHEMISTRY - Will it work this time?
BIOLOGY - Social butterflies. PSYCHOLOGY - Your future is today.
LAURENCE R. AKERMAN EDWARD H. AVERILL CHARLES L. BACON ETHEL H. BARRY
B.A., General Science B.S., Manual Training M. Ed., English Art
ART - Here's Tonto. Where's the Lone Ranger?
FACULTY LUNCHROOM - A few minutes of peace.
KATHRYN F. BERGERON BERTRAM D. FECTEAU JOHN A. FENN CHARLOTTE P. HIRSCHNER
B.S. Ed., Commercial Ed. M., Mathematics Ed- M-. Sfiience. Mathematics A.B., English
SHOP - Future homemakers of America. LATIN I1 - Individual indifference.
SOLID GEOMETRY - Can you draw it better, El? ENGLISH IV - Once upon a time ....
JULIA M. KEOSEIAN FRANK I. KOZACKA
Ed. M., Biology
Q 1 fl
, . '
Q ZV I
ROBERT F. KOZACKA
B,A., Latin, English
My 1 ff X
x , f K
J- v rf , ,sy
B.S., Physical Education
CAFETERIA - Where's the violin?
CIVICS - They sit at his feet.
FRANCIS E, LAWLOR ELEANOR L. LEE VERNON LEWIS SARA A. LOCKE
M.A,, Band B.A., English M. Ed., Social Studies Ed. M., Spanish, Social Studies
' , -v V ., 'V
STUDY HALL - They'11 study for a photograph! PLANE GEOMETRY - Just a plain bunch of kids.
LIBRARY - Segregation. MECHANICAL DRAWING - Suited to a T - square
I. HARRIS MELIA CORINNE W. MORSE FRANCIS R. MURPHY MILDRED P. NEAL
Ed, M., Social Studies B,S. Ed., Home Economics A.B.. Mathematics B.A., French, English
U. S. HISTORY - Future congressmen?
LUNCHROOM - Anxiously awaiting dessert .
ELEANOR R. PENNEY NORMA K. REYNOLDS ALPHONSE M, TATARUNIS VITOLD F, WALLACE
A.B., Library B.S. Ed., Commercial M. Ed., Glee Club B.A.,SocialStudies
r X I
FRANCES M, WESTART ARTHUR G. WOOD
B.S., Ed. Home Economics B.S., Mechanical Drawing
ROLAND H. WOODWELL DONALD I. ZABRISKIE
Ed. M., English M. Ed., Physical Education
QSargenc Studio, Boston!
Not all athletes are young.
464' :wand waded,
A. lk K
N 'fx 4 v .1 N ww wv v X N- N
' '1 X 'J 'J 'Q 'J' QW' -wg mx 313
, '5-':'.'J.w Nu' K. 'XT' 1 ' 52' "." ,-Q "' X , - . . w - - ..
1iAL.i:f7lvX, 'PSS-kzsxvi fy, we 19:1 QQ.-t 1 , ' . :QL 3? '11 -HSV A
A it My ':4. .,- .mf .1 fs My Vx' ,: " ' .- . -v. , 'I f - A Nr. '.
'S' l"g'f+ - f LJ"9af5J1' ' ' " 95,3 'gf-MQ pr:-f!'f.?L'l'Q: Big' 'Eiga' 1-535L'3f?:'
74: 556 fegdaaulng , ,
President ...... . . .Harold Ianvriu
Vice President . . . . .n . . Edward Hatch
Secretary . . . . . . ,. ,,,n ,Mari1yn Downer
Treasurer ..... . . a. Daniel Greaney
Treasurer ...... . . . 4 . Joan Stiles
Member-at-Large . . . . . .Bernard Manning
' v f.sAWi'i.1mz'1alIQlm5i
wit! tie hip af can adacbow-
77Zi44 gafafaq, 775644, zeqnaldle,
776-L, Wafhce, and 7754. fogacka
-me elcnteaf can jawn game at
, 2 M, fl
1, 1, ,,- x f of I in f Q X' M
A-if , Q G if 9 6
, , . , H 5,WWfwU fg' w, ,f 12
Q 7 ' A, X 8 Mwvfn , f Q no iw
f 1' in ,, ff? ws
g. r ,-
Q fl 434 , . If 1. f ,1 r-f , I . ,ga
Mg, V 1,451 ,, xg V -
V ' f We
0 Q f , L i nw r i
e if , ,, i or W L i f ,,
,li L,VV,,L 1 ry V rlv. V, -Inf? I 5' Y gg? "'f 1 K W ',ykr ' I Altl If A ,ff If
, f ,, 'AV,, " ,G e, I 5
' - 9 2 1 "'
X.L., K E . Vf, I y 1, 5, V , 2, 5
as :V M , V 7 I V -2 f . A, 324 an A , gl 4,. - ,nf .
kip ,J ,. ,V , fL,y , V .QL , A , V ,
Y I , W! , I xx f, f,?g.w,!Z3,2, V, gig L .
ffz,'-W, 9, 1, 1 ,ff , f i - f C j K 3 gi,
Va tie fda can foal!
60404 Ddqpmade, We Z4e5
Dance, dz gqzfdeeadalfawp WM
President . . . . .
Vice President , .
. . . .Harold Janvrin
. . .Marjorie Woodsom
, ,Marilyn Downer
. . Todd Holbrook
, "'w ' 'W if '
'flue majafz eaente yew: wow L'4e wndaal of
Wh. Sdddangaaapzmcfpad tdeetaufangofcoaavwc-
74am tiene wad 546 Sapiamofae Wop,
an 71 ,
and aan play, H744IQ6'QdK4, Daatevzf
A,.A A X hi
' ' ., ,M ,' - , f ' ,44
if , 'fb ,
I , W f W 'W , 7 6 .V , , 3 i
reasure . .
Membe t Large . .
ffwfw Wow. we W W am
eieotedffaom om clautdepzeawaaapadng eaeaetckto
adrian dn tie facile!!! deacon. fandom 7269454 H7445
77Kom6eqZ pcua"mwi'?af4 gage a acted
Jefue cz fa!! dance.
, 11' V.""'?
I .fir A N 'wi '
IS?-.P1N,,f ' ,, 'JA
. . ....... David Farmer
Vlce Presxdent . .... Marjorie Woodsom
1 1 :Meredith Pearson 3
. . . Edward Hatch d 5
.r n 1, -g N
B Q, 4
T- 3 I
Hfimaxazg Me gem aww
ide famine Zzzom,
aaezeckdaozfedckazfazfie ' 74'fwmSwaezq.
604566 dad cz 3374164644: K , if
M745 dad ae 664
adam fofazfdefdwfzfdme-cw dfeaeweze Sendaze,
M- f x
5 W Z
AP - f
Vice President . .
Treasurer . . ,. . .
. . . David Farmer
. Meredith Pearson
Zane dz' cane ann ,nzdadege Za
enlen Kg line faant dean, 75 cane
one cZn44mnZe4 anna mondtaneal n
We caan Qian Dag nnd,
lata an, Decca-76,6 Dag.
'fne genzfaan dlnff Zegnn 654 mann af making zine 7 956 270401-
Waw n wnkzg,
gn enfuldlmnc anadftian, foe-
nenwnia jon ine Sendcvz 77547,
".4'6fe cadtn 745402, H nad
Wada 775644 Qfdzecdnezb
daeczam, 74mm Zugga
and Wlotlez Qdidag and
tie zeal aj tie 6445 qaae 4
Zap-nate! ,bnfommanoe be
On ide eeaentl we caan ?6eZdl
Dag, On tie Glfgffg came Sing
044 md tk ,emwuug af :Ae wg.
7644 ageing flew Kg. fame
mu upon cw, and can
1 ..W,, , ,W ,W ,,
'Mm me eau mp to ale ,lf
M4 ,A Y
v. X f l 1 I ,
. 4. ' ' I
Be it remembered: That we, The
Class of 1956 of Amesbury High
School, situatedin the charming Town
of Amesbury, County of Essex, and
Commonwealth of Mas sachusetts, with
sound but disposing minds and mem-
ories, do hereby, on this auspicious
day, make, publish, and declare this
instrument to be our last will and
testament. lt is our heartfelt wish that
the beneficiaries of this will may
profit by our munificence and honor
our memory with grateful thoughts.
To each and every boy in next
Senior Class: David Farmer
leaves one of his V-neck sweaters.
To her sister Frances: Shirley
Bailey leaves her quiet ways.
To Richard Livesey: Richard
Briggs leaves his red-and-white Color
To next year's Senior Play cast:
Charles Butland leaves a little black
bag and its contents.
To Warren Drew: Richard Cyr
leaves one pair of Chino pants, in hopes
that he can fill them half as well.
To the lunchroom: Donald Dyke
leaves acow for fresh milk every day.
To anyone who dares to use them
in the presence of Mr. Woodwell:
Robert Dickson leaves all his "ain'ts."
To next year's teachers' pest:
Edward Hatch leaves a reserved seat
in the office.
To Larry Bragg: Harold Janvrin
leaves his five o'clock shadow.
Robert Kimball leaves his jello in
Mary Ellen Ruddy's pocketbook.
To Sandra Toothacker: Maureen
O'Keefe leaves her ability to know
things before anyone else.
The chemistry class leaves a bot-
tle of hydrogen sulfide to next year's
To Charles Downs: The Senior
Class leaves a pillow so that he may
sleep more comfortably during as-
To Mr. Kozacka's biology class:
Lillian Milliken leaves a curl from
her French poodle.
To the janitors: We leave a dozen
posts to mark off the front sidewalk in
the winter so that the lawn won't be
To Mr. Robert Kozacka's study
hall: We leave a hundred papers with
"study hall is for studying, not gos-
siping" written fifty times on each,
in order to save them a lot of time
To Patricia Buckman: Nancy
Hersey leaves the right to assume a
sophisticated appearance and a digni-
To Peter Randall: Doug Atwood
leaves his salesmanship ability so
Peter can more easily sell his camel-
To Peter Lamb: Forrest Hunt
leaves his honest excuses.
The rugged individuals of the Sen-
ior Class leave a dumbbell at the
Woodwell Muscle Parlor.
With a lingering memory of our
mistakes in the past and the greatest
confidence in the opportunities of the
future, we seal and set our hand unto
this last will and testament on this
eighth day of June, in the year of our
Lord, one thousand, nine hundred and
'Me gem of 7956
Done Mostfor A.H.S. .
Most Likely to Succeed
Most Ambitious ....
Most Dependable .... .
Most Independent . .
Most Original ....
Most Talented . .
Best Artist . . .
Best Poet ......
Best Musician .....
BestActress,Actor . .
Best Dancer ......
Man, Woman Hater . .
Class Flirt .......
Most Popular .....
Most Serious . . .
Most Courteous . . .
Most Friendly . . .
Best Sport . . .
Best Natured . .
Biggest Tease . . .
Best Mixer ....
Ideal Date ....
Ideal Couple . .
Best Dressed . .
Best Looking. . .
Teachers' Pet . .
Teachers' Pest. .
Biggest Arguer . .
Dona Lee McAninch, David Farmer
Dona Lee McAninch, Richard Briggs
Dona Lee McAninch, David Farmer
. Edwina Castonguay, David Farmer
. . Joyce Baxter, Richard Briggs
. . . . . . Sally Rose, William Mercer
. . Mary Ann Dupuis, William Mercer
. . . . . . Sally Rose, James Mercer
. . Marilyn Downer, William Mercer
. . Isabelle Currier, Hoban Sanford
. . . Barbara Gilday, Richard Briggs
. Mary Ann Dupuis, Charles Butland
. . . Sally Bradshaw, Robert Dickson
. . . . Sherene Fowler, John Rogers
. . Betty Knowles, William Eastman
. . . . Shirley Bailey, David Farmer
. . Lillian Milliken, Richard Landry
Dona Lee McAninch, David Farmer
. . Shirley Bailey, William Eastman
Jacqueline Hellen, William Eastman
. Sally Bradshaw, William Eastman
. Jacqueline Hellen, William Mercer
Mary Ellen Ruddy, Charles Butland
. . Sally Bradshaw, William Mercer
. . . . Jean Lafey, William Eastman
. . Theresa Provencher, Richard Landry
. . . . Simone Emond, Todd Holbrook
. . Katherine Dzioba, David Farmer
. . Simone Emond, William Eastman
. . Barbara Gilday, David Farmer
. . . Carol Watkins, Edward Hatch
. . . Joyce Baxter, Richard Briggs
. . . Betty Knowles, William Mercer
Noisiest ..... . . . Shirley Bailey, Richard Bastien
Quietest ....... . . Lillian Milliken, Gregoire St. Hilaire
Class Chatterbox . . ..... Shirley Bailey, Richard Bastien
Never on Time . . ...... Judith Sawyer, Steven Nyman
Class Dreamer . . . ...... Arline St. Onge, Edmond I-Iudon
Class Nighthawk . . . .,.. Mary Ellen Ruddy, Charles Butland
BiggestEater . . . . . . Anne Marie Desautels, Charles Butland
Andante wokds by Marilyn Downer
music by Isabelle Currier
il' -.. i " : Q, f f h" 'i L ' ' ' ' ' ' ' .I -.
ie e hal ,
h JWe leaye youynow, yhy oh Amesbury 1 As waters leave the
i he h we have with us ascertain pride, As lasting as the
h 4.ffThe future comes as does a vow,
And lo, a challenge
QIFQW , ., y . Q .,A Q yy l y g
sandy shore To try to reach the distant sky When
lakes and seas, Whose ideals high are by our side And
with it brings. To God we turn for guidance nowg A With
flowing o'er the wide worldfs floor. i
shall not shift as does the breeze. 3. We leave you nowf oh
us his truth forever clings. y
f i l i s, '
"A,q '.', ' 'i'V ' , U,
h, " " he i
Amesbury High, With deeply warm but heavy heartsg We'rethank-
ful for those f i
"' ' ummm ,mmm mm ""'
llilhlwllltknb Mini uullnllnnnnnnainunrnuunnsil
' th 65
, y hi g Z gg
hy h hs , g H i I
days gone by As each we go to do our parts.
TIME - Sometime
SCENE - The lounge of the New York Adventurers Club with
two men playing a game of chess.
"Well, Mr. Holbrook, I think I've finally cornered your
king. A ,W
"Be quiet, Hatch. The television's on, and it's time for ., jfiil 5
the newscast. Piggy, bring me Champagne - my secretary .I i,,iE?,.fi'."i
Micheiine, that is." ffm
"This is John Robert Kimball bringing you the latest news
from the wires of the Atwood Press. Headlines: Today Presi-
dent Farmer declared the Senate to be at a stalemate because A W
of the three -day filibustering of Senators Baxter and Marquis.
On the local scene, Governor Paul Ouellet has just pardoned the notorious Donald
Dyke, who had beenjailed for refusing to reveal the secret formula of his atomic
record at the Janvrin Speedway.
ln the world of sports, Greg St. Hilaire has just broken the world's spee
"Just a minute, ladies and gentlemen. Newswoman O'Keefe has just handed
me a bulletin. The eccentric Doctor Young and his assistant, Dr. Syvinski, are
reported missing on their return trip from the Pat Mclntyre diamond mines in
Africawiththe fabulous Parent-Jones diamond. They were last seen over Paris
in a weather balloon."
At this news Mr. Hatch tore out of the club and hailed
a taxi. "Quick, McPartland, take me to the Meek Airport."
When he arrived, he went straight to the ticket window and
. -p , if bought aticket from Georgette Houle, instructing her to phone
' p I I his wife Meredith that he wouldn't be home for supper and that
' -,. she should tell Mary Ellen Young not to worry as he was
J.-. going on an immediate search for her husband.
rx. . i ,.
' 3. . '
. ,1 '.
.. .iF'7"..f up
ThenMr. Hatchboarded one ofthe newlydesigned Desau
tels planes and found himself fortunate enough to have Dick
Tobin and John Malone as pilots. Hostess Sally Bradshaw made him comforta
ble, and before he knew it he was over Paris. Communications Chief Charles
Meeks reported that Paris was covered by a blanket of fog and that if he wanted
. . . , - .uv ' ie
to get there that day he would have to parachute So the brave
Mr Hatch without a moment's hestitation was pushed into
the air by fellow passenger Jud-Y SaWYe1'
"l've got 1t"' screamed Raymond Reed renowned bird
watcher stationed on the Eiffel Tower. "At last l've caught
the rarest bird in the world' Oh it's only Hatch Mr
Hatch struggled frantically out of the net and onto the plat -
form, "Well," said Reed, "strange things certainly have
been happening around here. First I see a weather balloon
headed southeast with two people hanging onto it, and the next
thing I know, you drop into my net out of nowhere."
-1, , - 2 r
f ' 'W ' ,.ffw-.
With this information, Mr. Hatch made a mad dash for
the elevator operated by Gerry McDonald. Moments later he
stepped onto the Paris sidewalk, where he bumped into Sally
Rose selling dandelion corsages. He took his Holt-designed
collapsible unicycle out of his pocket and peddled merrily
down DeBoisbriand Boulevard to find the Wise Weather Bureau.
Upon reaching it, he made his way to Chief Weatherman Rudd,
and asked him in what direction the Young-Syvinski balloon
might have been traveling. After consulting his assistant,
A MVA ,zL:i'-:"f- ii
I t',. .
.ft -1, .,,. HV- .
Alice Simmons, Leslie told Mr. Hatch that many stations reported seeing the
balloon and that according to his calculations it would be somewhere near Pisa,
I 1 . .
ta y. Pressed for time, Mr. Hatch chartered Bev Macey's Jet plane.
When he arrived in Pisa, he felt hungry, and so grabbed a bite to eat at Downer's
Pizza Parlor. On his way out, waitress Cora Lake gave him directions to the
F 1 and John Rogers busily measuring the angle of the Leaning
Tower of Pisa.
Hersey Hotel. ln front of it he paused to watch Elwin Pauhlus
. ln the hotel, desk clerk Orkney asked him if he knew any-
4 U thing about the two Americans who had recently checked in
""' but had then disappeared. She thought that they might have
been kidnapped by the Eastman gang, which had gone into hiding
at the same time. Realizing he needed help, Mr. Hatch had
telephone operator Sandra Eaton get Scotland Yard for him.
He asked Captain Hartt to have his old friend, Sherlock
,pa iiv - ' - ."
I wx sigma.
,Y J' ,I-' 1,+5'.," '!1"5s.
,.,- . K.,-X-3
..',: g .. 4.11,
Briggs, meet him the next day at Ferriera's Hideaway in Arabia, the known
hangout of the Eastman gang.
Because of the slackness in business, bellhops John Armstrong and Joe Mc-
Intyre argued over who would carry Mr. Hatch's toothbrush. Our impatient hero
wound up carrying it himself.
"Oh, Um sorry," he said, picking Ardith Stone, upstairs maid, off the floor.
'Would you please direct me to my room number 148-60-379?"
"Why," said Ardith, "that's the same room a couple of
Americans stayed in. As a matter of fact, I haveapackage
of cigarettes which they left," she added, pulling it out of her
The superintelligent Mr. Hatch grabbed the package, ex-
amined it and exclaimed "Camels Pyramids Egypt f
course He headed straight for the waterfront where he
boarded one of Jackie Sawyer s hotrodicous supersonicous
submarines held together by Charlotte Staples The stew
.H ' , 1 . ,X
. , . . I. if-M
ardess, Carlene Roberts, conducted him to his watercooled compartment. "Lan-
dry's Science Fiction Magazine" fascinated him so much that he immediately
fell into a sound sleep.
Awakening to Captain Matthews' cry of "Ahoy there!" and scrambling out
onto the deck, Mr. Hatch first noticed a lavishly decorated barge on which Prin-
cess Carol Chaunceywas seated between her two suitors, Ali Ben Paul ofArabia
and Calif Bob Butland of Iran. Captain of the guard Beth Gynan was whipping
Germaine and Simone Emond into greater efforts at fanning the princess.
As Mr. Hatch looked about, he was suddenly taken by surprise by a pair
of feet protruding from the mouth of a crocodile. But the 153
5eC0nd mate. Sherene Fowler, quickly assured him that it Q
was only the noted zoologist, Edwina Castonguay, Studying I ,Q V
the bone structure of the Egyptian crocodile. fi? "' aww
Once the intrepid Mr. Hatch had docked, he felt it imper- T -12-, F ,W Wu"
ative to obtain a camel, and he hired one from traders Ronan and M I:
Roy. The rentedbeast's affections were displayedby a slurpy ,fi ,nh
kiss placed on the face of our unsuspecting hero. The trans- 33 f ----.
portation problem solved, he was on his way.
While traversing the desert, he passed the great summer camp of those
world champion baseball players, the Bengali Bums, owned by Joan Stiles and
managed by Roseanna Greenwood.
Searching for clues as to the whereabouts of Young and
Syvinski and the missing diamond, he was attracted by music
emanating from the passageway to the burial chamber of Pro-
i vencher's Pyramid. As he groped his way through the tunnel,
S he recognized the strains ofthat popular classic, "Real Gone
N Mummy," written by Isabelle Currier. At the entrance to the
chamber itself a neon sign read:
'- "Kitty's can Club
featuring Fred Dollen and his Diggin Daddios,
Dick Bastien and Hoban Sanford"
Head waitress Sandra Newman showed him to a table as MaryAnn Dupuis
was dancing her way off stage and magician Lorraine Mahair was entering with
her spectacular rope trick. Mr. Hatch bought a cigar from cigarette girl Claire
Labbe and watched idly as M.C. Bill Mercer asked for members from the au-
dience to climb the rope. It wasn't until the two volunteers had almost disap-
peared into thin air that it dawned on Mr. Hatch that the strides of one of the
volunteers had resembled Syvinski's. He dashed onto the stage and frantically
shinnied up the rope. In the thin atmosphere toward the top he blacked out.
When he opened his eyes, he found himself in a market 1 - I l
square in Calcutta,India. Next to him was fakir Forrest Hunt ,
lying on a bed of nails. On the other side was girl charmer 'Q '
Bill Mahoney squatting on the ground and playing a flute while EQ' Hy
Jean Bartley wiggled out of a basket in front of him. Sudden - 'gf2rWJfg,1Qp,,f V
ly he heard a scream. He looked up to see suttee Barbara Gil-
day about to sacrifice herself on the burning funeral pyre
of her husband. Out of the corner of his eye he saw a flame -
Ann Lariviere swallowing fire.
"This is too much!" screamed the adventurer, and in a mad effort to es -
cape he ran smack into Lillian Milliken, who was head elephant scrubber for
Then there was a sudden hush as Charles Butlandbegan the chanting of even-
ing prayers from his mlnaret. This gave Mr. Hatch a chance to get out of the
crowd. He ducked into a side street and bumped into Natalie Randall balancing
a basket of vegetables on her head. A tomato splashed on his. In the distance
he spied a Buddhist temple. In front of it were two pairs of American shoes.
uAt last Ilve Caught up with them !" he cried as he rushed toward the temple.
"O0ps!" said Mr. Hatch, slipping on a carpet in front of
the entrance, a carpet which went flying off into the air with him on it.
After he had recovered from the shock, Mr. Hatch leaned over the edge of
the flying rug to see where it was taking him. Curiosity killed the cat, and it
almost killed our hero. For off the rug he fell, and it was just by chance that
he landed in the arms of Tarzan Willie Eaton in the African jungle-
Tarzan Willie led him down the Ward jungle trail, and 3 if
explained the sights as he went. "There's Virginia Fellows, ' fi.
who runs a monkey-sitting service. And there's Steve Ny- . I4
man making a. new mudpie house for his bride-to-be, Ann l H Q
Carey. At the village we can look up Bob Dickson, who has a '
very profitable business of pumping up footballs, which the 'L ' :
natives use for earrings." , , i
As they neared the Gove River, they noticed a crowd of iii '
Ubangis cheering on awrestling match between Ed Hudon and
a crocodile.At the entrance of the village they saw Pauline Lemaire making
wooden lipstretchers for the native women in the Watkins 81 Watkins'tree-top,
open-air factory. Mr. Hatch was greeted by Marjorie Woodsom on her way to
work shrinking heads. Her assistant, Jackie Hellen, whose job it was to find
newheads, wistfully eyed Mr. Hatch's. This scared him so much that he didn't
watch where he was going, and he stumbled over two pairs of American shoes
in front of a hut, the same pairs he had recently seen in India. "Aha!" Cried
he, and burst through the door -- only to find Jimmy Mercer and Jean Mondalto,
still on their honeymoon.
"Excuse me,"mumbled Mr. Hatch. "I should have known
that Young wouldn't be wearing high heels And spe aking of ' "
bia " At the information booth Annette St Germain told him A I
that the quickest way out of the jungle would be on one of
Adams' alligators. He bought his ticket, hopped on, and was
. ,. H ,, , l
them, Sherlock Briggs must still be waiting for me in Ara- is fig 2 ' ' n 'A 1 3-
Back at the New York Adventurers' Club, Mr. Holbrook was beginning to
worry about Mr. Hatch, who had not been heard from for over a year. The St.
Onge Jewelers were beginning to fear that the Parent-Jones diamond would
never arrive. Suddenly the door of the club flew open, and a bedraggled Bernie
Manning staggered in. He forced a box with a note attached
into Mr. Holbrook's hand before collapsing at his feet.
The note read, "Here is the diamond. I found Young and
Syvinski and Briggs at Ferriera's Hideaway, where they had
been waiting for me all the time. Afraid we won't be home f .: ILM.,
for a while. Hatch."
Puzzled, Holbrook glanced at the top of the stationery, J Y" ' ' x i
where he saw the inscription: V ' Q'
"Ferriera's Hideaway ,g
The Famous Harem of the Near East 'iwi 314 '
Head Harem Girls -- Shirley Bailey and .lean Lafey"
Holbrook chuckled to himself, tossed the diamond aside, and yelled to Piggy
as he ran outthe door, "Call my wife, Betty Knowles Holbrook, and tell her that
I won't be home for supper. I'm going to find Hatch. I'm sure he needs help."
v f . '.k,k 1- 1'
SANDRA J. ADAMS JOHN G. ARMSTRONG
SANDRA J. ADAMS
Discussions and clubs, committees and plays,
Most willing and able in her generous ways.
Preparatoryg Pow-Wow staff 43 Senior Play committee 4g
Junior Night cast and committee 3g Dance Committees
1,2,3,4g Play Reading Club 45 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Glee
Club 1,2,3,4g Assemblies: Play Reading 4, Good Govern-
ment Day 3g Color Day 1,2,3,4g Field Day 2,3.
JOHN G, ARMSTRONG
Into the basket Jack throws the ballg
See how he stands, so straight and so tall.
Generalg Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 2g Audio-Visual Aids
DOUGLAS F, ATWOOD
Ambition's an asset in all that he triesg
Doug will succeed to no one 's surprise.
Preparatoryg Basketball 35 Baseball 3,44 Discussion Club
33 Hi-Y 3.
SHIRLEY A , BAILEY
Happy am Ig from care I am freeg
Why aren't they all contented like me?
Preparatoryg Home Room chairman lg Cheerleader 3,45
Senior Play committee 4g Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g
Basketball 1,2g Canteen Committee 2,3,4, treasurer 3,45
Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Tennis Club 2g
Student Council Assembly 1,2,3,4g Field Day 1,2,3,4g
Color Day committee l,2,3.4.
JEAN A, BARTLEY
Saucy and sweet rolled into one,
There is lean, a gal full of fun.
Commercial: Dance Committee 3g Basketball 3g Can-
teen Committee 1,2.3,4, Secretary 43 Tri-Hi-Y l,2g Of-
fice Staff 4g Tennis Club 15 Color Day committee 2,
DOUGLAS F. ATWOOD SHIRLEY A. BAILEY JEAN A. BARTLEY
ww, . xc f , " , I 3 Q f ' fat, Aj
n uw fs lttn H , if Q A f-
1 ' if ' I Q
- ty V , 42 " N' A 1
' - f',' f fi I-ffifi fr - sg if
' 5 f '5 ' ff y' I
' 1 ,' ' f ' fi-,fp .. - 11,5
Q . .a
fi th., 1, ..,. 1 ., ,,,: If ,Mug ' 1
f + 6 ' .QV , 'lf' A f, ,. I iff.
is , 4,,?Uf3,,,.t, I 1
. I 4' , -1 1 S' ag if
RICHARD E. BASTIEN
From here we may travel many miles,
Never forgetting his quick wit and smiles.
Practical Artsg Basketball lg Camera Club 3.
JOYCE A. BAXTER
Ioyce is a girl with a very strong will,
When you want something done, she fills the bill.
Preparatoryg Honor Roll 1g Pow-Wow Staff 4g Senior
Play committee 43 Junior Night committee 3g Sopho-
more Play committeeg Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 49
Discussion Club 35 Canteen Committee 3, Tri-Hi-Y 1,
2,3,4, secretary 3, president 4g Glee Club 3,4g Baton
Squad 2,3, drum majorette 4, Thrift Club 2g Library
Assistant 2,35 Tennis Club 3g A s se mb lie sz Student
Council 2,3,4, Good Government Day 3g Field Day 1,
2,35 Color Day committee l,2,3,4.
SALLY L. BRADSHAW
Peppy and cute, happy and gay,
Willing to pleaseg that's her way.
The day the hillbillies came to town.
Generalg Home Room secretary l, vice president 2g Stu-
dent Council 1,4g Cheerleader 3,45 SCf1iO1' Play COYU'
mittee 4g Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,
Canteen Committee 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g GleeC1ub1g
Tennis Club 2, Modern Dance Club 25 Softball 1gField
day 1,2,3g Color Day committee 1,2,3,4.
BLANCHE GOVE BRAGG
Blanche was a good dancer, but a very shy lass,
Whom we all missed when she left our class.
RICHARD E. BRIGGS
A man of mirth and intelligence toop
Dick's good points are manyg his faults are few.
Preparatoryg Home Room chairman lg Student Council
1,4, treasurer 4g National Honor Society 3,41 Honor Roll
1,2,3,4g Pow-Wow sports editor 4g Monitor 4, S e nior
Play cast 4, Junior Night cast 3, Sophomore Play cast
2g Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3,4g Ba s-
ketball manager3g Baseball 1,2,3,4: Intramural League
RICHARD E. BASTIEN JOYCE A. BAXTER SALLY L, BRADSHAW
4g Mirror Staff 1,35 Play Reading Club 4g Discussion
Club 3.4, vice president 35 l-li-Y 2, French Club 3,45
Thrift Club lg Assemblies: Good Government Day 3,4,
English Department l,3, Play Reading Club 4, Student
Council4: Good Government Day Representative 4, Color
Day Committees l,2,3g Junior Rotarian 4.
CHARLES L. BUTLAND
Whenever he's around, you know he's there,
With his own strut and style known anywhere.
Preparatory, Class president 2, Home Room chairman 4,
Student Council 1,2,3g Honor Roll 4, Senior Play cast 4,
Junior Night cast 3, Sophomore Play cast 2, Dance Com-
mittees1,2,3,4gFootball 1,2,3,4g Hockey 1,23 Baseball 1,
25 Track 3, Intramural League 4, Mirror Staff 2, Canteen
Committee 2, Hi-Y 1,2g Band 1,2g Student Council As-
ROBERT J. BUTLAND
If he were asked of school, he'd say,
"I'd rather hunt and fish all day."
Practical Arts, Football 1,2g Glee Club 2.
ANN P. CAREY
One of the best, we all agree,
An artistic girl, it's easy to see.
Commercial, office staff 4.
EDWINA I. CASTONGUAY
Quick to the rescue in her helpful way,
We know this will bring her fortune some day.
Commercial, Class secretary 4, Home Room secretary-
treasurer 4, Student Council 2,3, secretary 3, National
Honor Society 3,4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Pow-Wow Staff4g
Senior Play committee 4, Junior Night committee 3, Dance
Committees 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, vice president 3,
president 4g Graduation Usher 35 Glee Club 1,2,4, presi-
dent 4g Office Staff 3,45 Student Council Assembly 3,43
Color Day committee 1,2,3,4g Softball 1.
EDWINA I. CASTONGUAY
ANN P. CAREY
RICHARD E. BRIGGS CHARLES L. BUTLAND ROBERT J. BUTLAND
ISABELLE F. CURRIER RICHARD E. CYR HELEN M. DEBOISBRIAND
CAROL A. CHAUNCEY
MICHE LINE L. CHAMPAGNE
f f , ff
"'waQ,2Q4 ' ' cr , Z
MICHELINE L, CHAMPAGNE
A little miss who 's quite petite:
A sense of humor that's really neat.
Commercialg Honor Roll 4g Pow-Wow staff 45 Senior
Play cast 4g Office Staff 4.
CAROL A. CHAUNCEY
From the top of her head to the tip of her toes,
Carol is cute and as sweet as a rose.
Commercial: Home Room secretary-treasurer 35 Honor
Roll lg Senior Play cast 4: Office Staff 4g Thanksgiving
Day Assembly 4.
ISABELLE F. CURRIER
When it comes to music, she really does wellg
There is no better musician than our Isabelle,
Commercialg Honor Roll 2,3g Glee Club l,2,3,4g Band
1,2,3,4g Thrift Club 4: Office Staff 43 Assemblies: Stu-
dent Council l,2, Senior 45 School pianist 1,2,3,4,
RICHARD E, CYR
A gallon of gas, a few of the boysg
This is one pleasure Piggy enjoys.
Generalg Senior Play committee 4g Junior Night com-
mittee 3g Sophomore Play committee 25 Dance Com-
mittee 3g Football l,2,3,4g Hockey l,2,3g Track 3,4g
Intramural League 4g Hi-Y 3.4.
HELEN M, DEBOISBRIAND
Tall in stature our Helen standsg
With a heart that's sure, and helping hands.
ANNE MARIE T. DESAUTELS
At dances Anne was always presentg
She'd greet us all, kindly and pleasant.
ANNE MARIE T. ROBERT A. DICKSON FREDERICK J DOLLEN
Generalg Pow-Wow staff 4g Senior Play committee 45
Glee Club 2,3,4g Modern Dance Club 3g Color Day com
ROBERT A, DICKSON
Twice a captain was our Bobg
And very well he did his job.
Preparatoryg Student Council lg Pow-Wow staff 4g Moni-
tor 4g Senior Play committee 4g Junior Night committee
3g Sophomore Play committee 2g Dance Committees 2,
3,4g Football 1,2,3,4, captain 4: Basketball 3,4, captain
45 Baseball 2,35 Intramural League 44 Color Day com-
mittees 1,2,3,4g Representative to Boys' State 35 Junior
Rotarian 4g Assemblies: Student Council 4, Awards 4.
FREDERICK J. DOLLEN
Though a scho1ar's life is not his trade,
Graduatior1's here - he made the grade.
Practical Artsg Senior Play cast 43 Football 15 Band 1,2,
It 's not funny - don't step on my feet again!
The monitor keeps order in our halls.
MARILYN G. DOWNER
Her warm personality sends off a bright glowg
As a friend and classmate she's a pleasure to know.
Preparatoryp Class secretary 1,25 Home Room secretary lg
Student Council 2,3,4, secretary 4g National Honor Soci-
ety 3,4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Pow-Wow literary editor 4g
Senior Play committee 45 Junior Nigh' committee 3g
Dance Committees l,2,3,4g Mirror staff lg Play Reading
Club 4g Discussion Club 3g Tri-Hi-Y l,2,4, historian 4g
Graduation Usher 3g Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Good Government
Day Assembly 3.
MARY ANN L. DUPUIS
A talented girl with dancing feet,
Which tip and tap to any beat.
Commercialg Student Council 3g National Honor Society
3,45 treasurer 45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4gPow-Wow assistant
business manager 45 Senior Play cast St committee 4g
Junior Night committee 3g Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g
Mirror staff 3g Discussion Club 3g Graduation Usher 33
Glee Club 45 Thrift Club 3,4g Office Staff 3,4g Camera
Club 2,3g Modern Dance Club 3g Student Council Assem-
bly l,2,3,4g Color Day committee l,2,3,4.
MARILYN G. DOWNER MARY ANN L. DUPUIS DONALD I. DYKE
DONALD I. DYKE
A boy from the country, whom wc all like,
Is none other than our own Donald Dyke.
Generalg Intramural League 4.
KATHERINE J, DZIOBA
Neat and cheerful, always witty:
A perfect description of our Kitty.
Commercialg Senior Play committee 4g Dance Commit-
tees 1,2,3,4gMirror Staff 1gCanteen Committee secretary
2g Glee Club 1,25 Office Staff 4g Tennis Club 3.
CHARLES W, EASTMAN
Handy with words and hard to rile,
This fellow's friendship is really worthwhile.
Preparatoryg Home Room chairman l,2g Pow-Wow staff 4g
Monitor 4g Football l,2,3,4g Track 2,3,4, captain 4g Intra-
mural League 4g Discussion Club 43 Assemblies: Student
Council 4, Thanksgiving Day 4g Color Day committee 3,
SANDRA L. EATON
This cute little miss with personality plus,
Is always cheerful and friendly to us.
Commercialg Home Room officer lg Honor Roll 45 Pow-
Wow Staff 4g Office Staff 4.
WILLIE A, EATON
He goes by the name of "Little Will"g
In all respects, he'll fill the bill.
GERMAINE J. EMOND
Though Germaine is quiet and shy,
Her love for music you can't deny.
Generalg Senior Play committee 4g Tri-Hi-Y lg Glee Club
45 Library Assistant 1.
GERMAINE J. EMOND
WILLIE A, EATON
KATHERINE J. DZIOBA CHARLES W. EASTMAN SANDRA L. EATON
O O 5:2 f, ,
.qi gk .,
VIRGINIA M. FELLOWS CAROLINE T. FERRIERA SHERENE J. FOWLER
DAVID R. FARMER
Sl MONE Y. EMOND
SIMONE Y, EMOND
Simone is the envy of all,
A neat and charming little doll.
Commercial, Honor Roll 2,3,4g Pow-Wow chief typist 4,
Canteen Committee 2,3g Glee Club 2,3,4g Thrift Club
4, Office Staff 4.
DAVID R, FARMER
A born leader is he, the top man in our classg
In any of life's tests Pudgy will pass.
Preparatoryg Class president 3,45 Home Room vice presi-
dent 2, treasurer 3, Student Council 25 National Honor
Society 3,4g Honor Roll l,2,3,4g Pow-Wow business man-
ager 4, Monitor 4g Senior Play cast 4, Junior Night cast
3, Sophomore Play cast 2, Dance committees 1,2,3,4g
Football 2,3,4g Play Reading Club 45 Discussion Club 3,
4, president 4g Hi-Y 3,4g French Club 3,4g Thrift Club
lg Assemblies: Senior 4, Junior 3, Political Rally 1,
Good Government Day 3,4, Veterans' Day 4, Christmas
2, Playreading Club 4, Student Council 4, Field Day 1,
2,3,4g Junior Rotarian 4.
VIRGINIA M, FELLOWS
Ginny knows the latest fashiong
Good -looking boys seem to be her passion.
Commercial, Honor Roll 1,3g Office Staff 4, Modern
Dance Club 2.
CAROLINE T. FERRIERA
Always dreaming, sometimes quiet,
A life of the party, quite a riot.
Home Economics, Glee Club 4, Thrift Club lg Library
Assistant 3, Camera Club 2,3.
BARBARAImCHLDAY ROSEANNANA EHJZABETHI GYNAN
SHERENE I, FOWLER
Sherene is a gal who lives with her dreams,
And they will come true, or so it seems.
Commercial, Senior Play committee 4, Junior Night
committee 3, Dance Committee 2, Basketball 2,3, Glee
Club 4, Tennis Club lg Color Day committee 1,2,3,4.
BARBARA L, GILDAY
Barb finds that studies are sometimes a bore,
But when it comes to acting, she' a Barrymore,
Preparatory, Honor Roll 4, Senior Play cast 4g Junior
Night cast 3, Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,
3, Mirror Staff 2, Play Reading Club 43 Discussion Club
3,4, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, secretary 4, Glee Club l,2g Tennis
Club 2, Good Government Day 3,49 Softball 1,25 Color
Day committee 1,2,3,4.
ROSEANNA A , GREENWOOD
As one of our cheerleaders she made a hit,
Whatever the job, Roseanna will fit.
General, Honor Roll lg Cheerleader 3,4, Basketball 2,3g
Tennis Club 2.
ELIZABETH I. GYNAN
Beth's looks are most shy,
But there 's mischief in her eye.
General, Senior Play cast 4, Glee Club 1,2,3,4,
Greg and Fred leam a practical art,
4 7 1
For four full years she marched the
Seniors in and out.
WAYNE R. HARTT
In hockey our Wayne did greatly excel,
Just ask anyone, who'l1 say he's just swell.
Preparatoryg Home Room chairman lg Student Council lg
HonorRol1 lgFootball lg Hockey l,2,3,4g Track 4g Intra-
mural League 4g Archery Club 2g Student Council As-
sembly 4g Field Day 2,3,4.
EDWARD E. HATCH
Ed talks and fools and acts like a hellion,
His actions have teachers in utter rebellion.
Preparatoryg Class vice president 1, member-at-large 3g
Home Room secretary-treasurer lg Student Council 4g
Honor Roll lg Junior Night cast 3g Football l,2,3,4g Base-
ball 1,2,3,4g Intramural League 4g Band 1,2,3,4.
JACQUELINE R. l-IELLEN
This optimistic lassie greets us with a smileg
To do an act of kindness she would walk a mile.
Genera1gHome Room member-at-large lg Student Coun-
cil 3,4g Honor Roll 4gPow-Wowstaff 4g Senior Play Com-
mittee 4g JuniorNig,ht committee 3g Sophomore Play com-
mittee 2g Dance Committees l,2,3,4g Basketball lg Dis-
cussion Club 3g Canteen Committees l,2gTri-Hi-Y l,2,3,4,
vice president 2,4, treasurer 3g Glee Club l,2g Thrift Club
3g Office Staff 4g Tennis Club lg Assemblies: Political
Rally 1, Good Government Day 3, Sophomore 2, Student
Council 4g Softball Team lg Field Day l,2,3,4g Color
Day committee 1,2,3,4.
WAYNE R HARTT EDWARD E. HATCH JACQUELINE R. HELLEN
NANCY L. HERSEY
In commercial subjects Nancy excels,
This pleasant girl who types so well.
Commercialg Home Room secretary 23 Honor Roll 1,2g
Pow-Wow staff 4g Mirror staff 3g Thrift Club 1,2,3,4g Of-
fice Staff 4g Sophomore Assembly 2.
TODD E. HOLBROOK
A captain, a president, a scholar was heg
A sociable lad, we all agree.
Preparatoryg Class treasurer 2g Student Council president
4g NationalHonor Society 3,4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Monitor A
4g Junior Night cast3g Sophomore Play cast 2g Dance Com-
mittees 1,2g Football 1,3g Basketball 2g Hockey 1,3,4g In-
tramural League 4, Play Reading Club 4g Hi-Y 45 Audio-
Visual Aids 1,2,3,4g Thrift Club 2, Assemblies: Veterans'
Day 3,4, Student Council 1,4g Newburyport Exchange 4g
Junior Rotarian 4.
WAYNE C, HOLT
Though bashful he is very cleverg
Much he has gained by strong endeavor.
GEORGETTE M. HOULE
Friendly, helpful, and truly kindg
As quiet and nice as you'll ever find.
Commercialg Senior Play committee 4g Canteen Com-
mittee 1,2g Glee Club 2.
EDMOND A. HUDON
In manners Swish was quite a gentg
With his girl and car his time was spent.
Practical Artsg Student Council lg Football 1,2,3,4g Bas-
ketball 1,2g Camera Club 2.
EDMOND A. HUDON
GEORGETTE M. HOULE
NANCY L. HERSEY TCDD E. HOLBROOK WAYNE C, HOLT
LOUISE PARENT JONES ROBERT
FORREST E. HUNT
P. KIMBALL BETTY J. KNOWLES
FORREST E, HUNT
A little nonsense now and then,
For excitement, he has a yen.
Preparatory: Junior Night cast 3, Dance Committee 3,
Football 1,2, Intramural League 4, Hi-Y l,2, Audio-
Visual Aids 1,2,3,4, Thrift Club 2.
To play football was his aim,
He proved how much he loved the game.
Practical Arts, Class president 1,2, Home Room chair-
man 1,2, Football l,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Track 1,2,3.
LOUISE PARENT JONES
Always a "hi" for everyone,
When she 's around, you're sure to have fun.
Commercial, Home Room secretary-treasurer 1, Student
Council 4, Honor Roll 1,3,4, Senior Play committee 4.
ROBERT P. KIMBALL
For a better friend you never could ask,
Willing to help, whatever the task.
General, Pow-Wow staff 4, Senior Play committee 4,
Junior Night committee 3, Assemblies, Color Day
committee 3,4, Field Day 2,3.
BETTY I. KNOWLES
Her very frowns are fairer far
Than smiles of many maidens are.
Commercial, Honor Roll 4, Pow-Wow staff 4, Glee Club
2, Student Council Assembly l,3.
CLAIRE P, LABBE
Sharp in fashion, that's her style,
With winning ways and catching smile.
CLAIRE P. LABBE JEAN M. LAFEY CORA L. LAKE
Commercialg Iunior Night committee 3g Dance Com-
mittees l,2,3g Basketball lg Canteen Committee 1,2,3
4g Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Office Staff 4g Color Day committee 1,
JEAN M, LAFEY
In the '55 season Jean led the cheers,
A sure success in the following years.
Commercialg Home Room chairman 3g National Honor
Society 3,4, vice president 45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Pow
Wow staff 43 Cheerleader 3,4, head 4: Junior Night com-
mittee 3gDance Committees 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y lg Graduation
Usher 35 Glee Club lg Office Staff 4g Tennis Club 2g
Modern Dance Club 2.
CORA L, LAKE
With shining eyes and long brown hair,
Cora is surely a maiden fair.
Commercial: Glee Club 1,2,3g Office Staff 4.
David leads the Seniors into the auditorium.
4-H Club winner Dyke and friend.
Kr f Q at
6 1 f
f ,f AZ1A L ,
sf RICHARD E. LANDRY
fi, Like an old owl Dick's solemn and wise,
,L 7 o ,., a But like most old owls he just sits and sighs.
' ' ' ',',
s "e' t i sef i Preparatoryg Student Council 4g National Honor
Y iff y 31 V Society 3,4, president 45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Pow-
Wow assistant editor 4g Football lg Basketball 35
,V 'rtli T, l"Z2 Intramural League home room representative 4g
W xy 4, I y Discussion Club 43 Archery Club 2g Tennis Club
' J 1,2,3g Good Government Day 43 Boys' State 3g
L Wx f jf, C ' Newburyport Exchange 41 Lynn Exchange 4g Jun-
ta v A V H ior Rotarian 4.
D , ff r, f f ANNE 1, LARIVIERE
px ' f I Ready to laugh and lend a hand,
A sf V' When you're in trouble, she'1l help if she can.
, I 4 fa 2
i i Commercialg Senior Play committee 4g Dance
Committees 1,2,3,4g Canteen Committee 1.
PAULINE C. LEMAIRE
Her commercial course will always be
One in which she'1l succeed doubtlessly.
Commercialg Senior Play committee 4g Canteen
Committee 1,2,3,4gG1ee Club 2,3,4g Color Day
RICHARD E. LANDRY ANNE I. LARIVIERE BEVERLY J. MACEY
fil f f '
f T1 vsJ"' .
,. ,. I-, ,
1 .2391 f
, ', 44
BEVERLY I. MACEY
Bev's manners seem to us most sweet,
Her blushes fair, appearance neat.
Preparatory, Home Room Chairman 3, Pow-Wow Staff 4g
Senior Play Committee 4g Junior Night Committee 3
Dance Committees, 1,2,3,4g Basketball1,2,3,4gCo-Cap:
tain 4, Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Thrift Club 2, Color Day Com-
mittee 1,2 ,3,4.
LORRAINE L. MAHAIR
A small girl with energy to spare,
The moments she's silent you'll find are quite rare.
Commercial, Senior Play Committee 4g Glee Club 4.
WILLIAM I. MAHONEY
When coming to school, he's always lateg
We wonder how he keeps a date.
Generalg Football 1,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4.
JOHN F. MALONE
For four years John, in his quiet way,
Has let things come and go as they may.
Preparatory, Football lg Hi-Y 1.
BERNARD F. MANNING
A joke, a laugh, a song of glee -
A right good sport and friend is he.
General, Class member-at-large lg Junior Night Cast 3g
Dance Committees 1,2,4g Football lg Basketball l,2,4g
Baseball lg Hi-Y 2, Tennis Club 1, Assemblies, Student-
Council 4, Basketball lg Color Day Committee 1,2,3,4.
ANDREW A. MARQUIS
Hear a noise and then more sound,
You'll know it's Andy coming 'round.
Practical Artsp Football 1.
f, fi X
Q' Q W!
I f , f
Q. 4, UW 55,
XAJH, , , ,gg .,,,.2
' f-1f 2 5 3 :
ANDREW A. MAR QUIS
' ' A i'si
' V V, ..,s.,-. Q
. V .V -V . . I .sr' sr,s f
,V . , ' , f , -- ..L.L 1
V ., IQLQMM gm: . .
sw-V . . I
V Vat. , ,.
BERNARD F. MANNING
LORRAINE L. MAHAIR WILLIAM J. MAHONEY JOHN F. MALONE
GERALD F. MCDONALD JOSEPH E. MCINTYRE PATRICIA M. MCINTYRE
DONA LEE MCANINCH
GORDON A. MAT Tl-IEWS
GORDON A. MATTHEWS
At basketball playing Whitey has ski1l5
He can sink a basket almost at will.
Generalg Student Council lg Football 12,35 Basketball
2,3,45 Track 1.
DONA LEE MCANINCH
She's fair, she's smart, she's friendly to allg
She's got a wooden head, so they call her a doll.
Preparatoryg Student Council 35 National Honor Society
3,4, Secretary 45 Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Pow-Wow Editor-
in -Chief 45 Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Night
Cast 85 Committee 3g Sophomore Play C ast 25 Dance
Committees 2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Mirror Staff Editor
35 Play Reading Club 45 Discussion Club 3,45 Vice
President 45 Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Graduation
Usher 35 Glee Club 1,25 French Club 3,45 Assembliesg
Lynn Exchange 45 Good Government 3,45 Veterans Day
4: Memorial Day 35 Play ReadingClub 45 Color Day
Committee 2,3,45 Delegate to Model Congress 39
Field Day 35 D.A.R. Representative 4.
GERALD F. MCDONALD
This sport so true, this pal so fine,
Can hand the girls the smoothest line.
General5 Class Member-at-large 2,45 Home
Chairman 12,35 Student Council 1,2,35 Monitor 45
Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Night Committee 35
Sophomore Play Committee 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Bas-
ketball 1,25 Intramural League Referee 45 Student
Council Assembly 4.
JOSEPH E. MCINTYRE
Go this-a-way, go that -a -way, whichever way you go,
You're sure to find good humor with good old Joe.
Generalg Dance Committee lg Football 15 Basketball
2,3,45 Tennis Club 1,
JOHN J. MCPARTLAND .TUDITH A. MEEK CHARLES A. MEEKS
PATRICIA M. MCINTYRE
Happy - we are sure of it,
Full of fun - we must admit.
Commercialg Glee Club 2,3g Thrift Club 1.
JOHN I. MCPARTLAND
Jack has a smooth line and is loads of fung
He knows every joke that's under the sun.
Practical Artsg Football lg Canteen Committee
Mourners' Bench. 'Wg
i V, '
JUDITH A. MEEK
Sensible is she, with kindness to spareg
She's willing to help, willing to share.
Generalg Glee Club l,2,3,4.
CHARLES A. MEEKS
lf silence is golden, then Charley must be
Rich in this way, for seldom noisy is he.
Preparatoryg Football 1,2,3g Baseball 1.
JAMES R. MERCER
ts .. 4 N1 s,
W sf "
.1 , . ..,,,
r' . R l
3 I4 . ,
Cigar with man attached.
JAMES R. MERCER
With a brush in his hand, he hasn't a careg
For art is his field, and none can compare.
Practical Artsg Home Room Treasurer 35 S e nior Play
Cast 4g Junior Night Cast 3.
WILLIAM E. MERCER
With a sense of humor this boy's a sensationg
His memory will linger long after graduation.
Generalg Student Council 4g Pow-Wow Staff 4g Senior
Play Cast 4g Junior Night Cast 3g Football lg Basketball
1,2g Baseball 1,2g Play Reading Club 4g Canteen Com-
mittee 4g Hi-Y 4g Assemblies: Play Reading 4, Student
Council 4g Good Government Day 4.
LILLIAN R. MILLIKEN
A neat and efficient girl is sheg
A competent secretary she will be.
Commercialg Honor Roll l,2,3,4g Office staff 4.
WILLIAM E. MERCER LILLIAN R. MILLIKEN
JEAN M. MONDALTO
JEAN M. MONDALTO
A strong will and determination
Shall in this world give her a station.
Commercialg Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Night
Committee 35 Glee Club l,2,3,45 Office Staff 4.
SANDRA L. NEWMAN
She's sweet and gay, and likes to sing5
Wherever she goes, joy she does bring.
Commercial5 Home Room Officer 15 Glee Club lg Stu-
dent Council Assembly 3.
STEPHEN P. NYMAN
A lad who for all has greeting most kindg
A more generous boy in our class one can't find.
Generalg Senior Play Committee 45 Football 15 Hockey
4g Hi-Y President 4.
MAUREEN E. O'KEEFE
Cheerful, athletic, yet high in her studies,
"Mo" is a girl who will never lack buddies.
Preparatoryg Honor Roll 1,2,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Senior
Play Committee 45 Junior Night Committee 35 Dance
Committees 1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 45
Mirror Staff 35 Play Reading Club 45 Discussion Club
3,4: Tri-HiY 25 French Club 2,3,45 Thrift Club 25 Of-
fice Staff 45 Assemblies: Color Day 2,45 Good Govem-
ment 3,45 Color Dav Committee 1.2,3,45 Lynn Ex -
PATRICIA A. ORKNEY
Her friendliness and laughter are very well knowng
A talent in commercial she has shown.
Commercialg Senior Play Committee 45 Glee Club 1,
45 Office Staff 45 Camera Club 1,2,35 English Depart
ment Assembly 35 Softball Team 1.
SANDRA L. NEWMAN
PATRICIA A. ORKNEY
MAUREEN E. O'KEEFE
STEPHEN P. NYMAN
',,, , f gn V J'
r . Ai
-1 . fgfj
fa , 5 ..
'A 3 was
ELWIN R. PAULHUS
ALFRED H. PAUL
PAUL H. OUELLET
MEREDITH B.. PEARSON THERESA PROVENCHER
PAUL H. OUELLET
When it comes to records, Paul is real hepg
He spins the platters to which we step.
Generalg Basketball 2g Track 1,2g Canteen Committee
3,41 President 4g Hi-Y 3,4.
ALFRED H. PAUL
There goes his speedboat on the rung
It's only Alfred having fun.
Practical Artsg Dance Committees 1,2g Canteen C om -
mittee 1,2,3,4g Vice-Pres 3.
ELWIN R. PAULHUS
Elwin seldom says a word,
But when he does it's to be heard.
Generalg Senior Play Committee 4g Junior Night C om -
mittee 3g Sophomore Play Committee 29 Hi-Y 43 Vice
MEREDITH B. PEARSON
Always a friend, tried and true,
And a wonderful treasurer she is too.
Preparatoryg Class Treasurer 3,4g Home Room Officer 1:
Honor Roll lg Pow-Wow Staff 43 Senior Play Ca st a nd
A Committee 4g Junior Night Cast Committee 3g D ance
. f Committees 2,3,4g Mirror Staff 2g Play Reading Club 4g
' Discussion Club 3,4, Secretary 4g Tri-l-li-Y 2,3, Secretary
I ff ! 2, Treasurer 3g Graduation Usher 33 Glee Club1,2g Thrift
A Club 1,3,4g Office Staff 3,4g Assemblies: Good Govern-
p g ment Day 4g Gloucester Exchange 3g Color Day Commit-
THERESA C. PROVENCHER
Bursting with charm, a wonderful gal,
T I Laughing always, she's a real pal.
- Commercialg Glee Club 1,2,3,4.
.r fi es 4
V T iis' .ies ' it
5 1 i 5 if
':if'f,Q1 K- 5 fn 4
NATALIE M. RANDALL A. RAYMOND REED CARL
NATALIE M. RANDALL
Never without a giggle is Nat,
Always happy and ready to chat.
Commercialg Glee Club l,2,3,4g Camera Club 3.
A. RAYMOND REED
This is our Rayg he'll always be found
Helping anyone who comes around.
Preparatoryg Football Manager 2,3,4g Baseball Manager f y
2. Qs, ' .
CARLENE A. ROBERTS .
Carlene is quiet and so nice to know,
The shine in her eyes gives off a sweet glow.
ENE A. ROBERTS
Commercialg Senior Play Committee 45 Glee Club 1,2,3, y
Janvrin and man's best friend.
JOHN S. ROGERS
Commercialg Color Day Committee 4.
Quiet sometimes, but sometimes - Oh myl
John is a real and a very fine guy.
Generalg Senior Play Committee 4g Hi-Y Scribe 4.
JANICE A. RONAN
On goes the saddle, up goes our gal,
There sits our Janice upon her True Pal.
JOHN S. ROGERS
SALLY E. ROSE
Her talent is art will always be part
Of the things which are closest to her heart.
Commercialg Honor R011 2,3,4g Pow-Wow Art Editor
4g Junior Night Committee 3g Tri-Hi-Y 15 Office
JANICE A. RONAN
SALLY E. ROSE
IACQUELINE A. ROY
In this wide, wide world she found her place
By her friendly way and pleasing face.
Home Economicsg Honor Roll lg Junior Night Committee
3g Dance Committees 1,2g Canteen C o m m it t ee 2,3,4g
LESLIE F. RUDD
Need help in math? Here's where to go:
Straight to Lesg he's in the know.
Generalg Senior Play Committee 4.
MARY ELLEN RUDDY
Where there's any mischief to be done,
She's always there and full of fun.
Preparatoryg Senior Play Cast 4g Junior Night Cast 3g
Dance CommitteesL1,2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Glee Club
1,2,3,4g Tennis Club 2.
ANNETTE E. ST. GERMAIN
Ready to laugh and join the fun,
Many good friends Annette has won.
Commercialg Honor Roll 1,3g Senior Play Committee 4g
Pow-Wow Staff 4gJunior Night Cast 3g Dance Committees
1,3g Tri-Hi-Y 15 Graduation Usher 3g Glee Club 4g Modern
Dance Club 25 Thanksgiving Assembly 4g Color Day Com-
mittee 1,2g Office Staff 4.
GREGOIRE O. ST. HILAIRE
With a wrench in his hand, a car at his side,
There stands our Greg, beaming with pride.
GREGOIRE ST. HILAIRE
ANNE TTE ST .. GERMAIN
JACQUELINE A. ROY LESLIE F. RUDD MARY ELLEN RUDDY
JUDITH E. SAWYER
HOBAN B. SANFORD
" P I
i -pu' F
4' 1. .- 1' ' ggi
ng, I ff? '
O 4' '
W ' 44:
r ,4 .X
"'r'a"a' ,f I
N-.I ."',. "
'51p', ' ' ' K
. un rr" '
M . a" " i
ARLINE M. ST. ONGE
VENA J. SAWYER ALICE M. SIMMONS
ARLINE M. ST. ONGE
Never a girl so full of fun,
Friendly to all, with malice toward none.
Commercialg Dance Committees 2,3g Tri-Hi-Y lg Office
Staff3,4g Modem Dance Club 2g Color Day Committee 2.
HOBAN B. SANFORD
All knew how wonderfully Hoban could singg
All know the joy his songs did bring.
Generalg Home Room President 2, Band 1,2,3g Vice Presi-
dent 3g Color Day Committee 3.
JUDITI-I E. SAWYER
With our Judy none can compare,
With the star in her eye, and the flare in her hair.
Commercial, Basketball 1,25 Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4gGlee Club
1,2,3,4, Tennis Club 1g Color Day Committee 2.
VENA I. SAWYER
Jacky's horses were her pride and joy,
She'll make a good wife for some lucky boy.
ALICE M. SIMMONS
Alice makes the world a friendly place
By always showing a friendly face.
Preparatoryg Home Room Secretary 1,2,3g Student Coun-
cil 3g Honor Roll 1,25 Senior Play Committee 4, Junior
Night Committee 3gDance Committees 1,2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y
lg Graduation Usher 3g Glee Club l,3,4g Softball Team lg
Color Day Committee 1,2,3,4.
CHARLOTTE E. STAPLES
Charlotte seldom utters a sound,
But she sure is nice to have around.
Commercialg Color Day Committee 1.
CHARLOTTE E. STAPLES JOAN STILES ARDITH J STONE
A jolly laugh, a great big smile -
That's our Joanie, all the while.
Preparatoryg Class Treasurer 1, Secretary 3g Home Room
Chairman 3g Student Council 3g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g
Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Night Committee 35
Dance Committees l,2,3g C an t e e n Committee 2,3,4g
Tri-Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Glee Club lg Thrift Club l,2,3,4g
Modern Dance Club2gMemoria1 Day Assembly 3g Soft-
ball Team lg Color Day Committee 1,2,3,4.
ARDITH I. STONE
Ardith is cheerful, though a trifle shyg
A sure success as time goes by.
Preparatoryg Pow-Wow Staff 4g S enior Play Cast 4g
Junior Night Committee 3g Dance Committee 35 Mirror
Staff 3g Graduation Usher 3g Glee Club 3,4g Color Day
Hoban and Joyce sing in the Amateur Show
ANTHONY J. SYVINSKI RICHARD
Annette delivers daily absence sheets.
ANTHONY I. SYVINSKI
He spends his time with his friend,
And never does his merriment end.
Preparatoryg Senior Play Committeeg Audio -Visual Aids
1,2,3,4g Thrift Club 1,2,3g Archery Club 2g Tennis Club
RICHARD A. TOBIN
Dick is quiet and nice to knowg
A ready smile is his to show.
NORMA E. WARD
With her curly blond hair and rosy red cheeks,
Norma always does well in whatever she seeks.
Preparatoryg Senior Play Committee 4g Junior Night
Committee 3: Dance Committee 33 Graduation Usher3g
Glee Club 3,4g Color Day Committee 4.
A. TOBIN NORMA E. WARD
. ,ae , 2
ARTHUR K. WATKINS
A cloud of smoke, he's off with the dustg
With him high speed is just a must.
Practical Artsg Football l,2,3,4g Track 2g Library Assistant
CAROL A. WATKINS
Where there's fun, Carol's always in it,
Never still for half a minute.
Commercialg Senior Play Committee 4g Junior Night Com-
mittee 3gDance Committees 1,2 ,3,4gBasketball lg Mirror
Stafflg Canteen Committee 2,3,4g Tri-Hi-Y 2 ,3,4g Library
Assistant lg Tennis Club 2g Color Day Committee 2g Soft-
ball Team lg Field Day l.2,3.
AUSTIN I. WISE
The will to do, the soul to dare,
A happy youth without a care.
Practical Arts: Band 1,2.
Everyone thought Marge was just grand,
No finer vice president in all the land.
C o m me r c i a lg Class Vice President 2,3,4g Home Room
Chairman lg Student Council lg Cheerleader 3,4g Senior
Play Committee 4g Junior Night Committee 35 Dance
Committees 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2g Canteen Committee
1,2gTri-I-li-Y 1,2,3,4,Treasurer lg Glee Club 1,2gModern
Dance Club 2g Softball 1: Field Day l,2,3g Color Day.
JAMES F. YOUNG
To say the least, a little clown,
You'll never see him fret or frown.
Preparatoryg Student CouncilVice President 4g Senior Play
Cast 4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Track 45 Audio-Visula Aids 4g
Student Council Assembly 4.
JAMES F. YOUNG
ARTHUR K. WATKINS CAROL A. WATKINS AUSTIN J. WISE
,' . ' --gr! Et'
. ... "MN .
- .. .s . . ' 1,.Sgj?'L'.
.1-A .1 , :jk '
-1. r .9 -'S
n ' u s-',"1,.' ' r
J' , ...P -
lr aruba wg
, W Ji n
W T Za. 'fi
was ' 2
7y40l6,04W4056,d46M6g44Wd0QS ' ?
. . Safe new dw die wade, ' f .
2 fy ffgrfy
meme cada an ....
1-- ..' -4 1 '
' MG .l
It ,,.- .U ,y Aizyxlk Q. R
wifi' 358 1 1411 W if -xv.
,-.avvifff - - , .z .fAfieff':'A1Af' Q.
.,.f'- . ' , rj , 1'1kfJ"f,35'f - 5-
5:-wiwsa. 'ihfggf -29' .N
3,JT'2?f1?'J3 Wgxafvj ' f',.
gif?-VL .fda efpwgifiif ff..
,' , .-4 ... -a
axial? ,A In
. SQ , if
JmQNWswi5WWf - f
.1 5. 1 ' , f-r A!e.fi'0-M. -'diy - 5,
.1555 dx. V Q' ,g1yg,y+5,e,yff1" '
11 4. Y A TE R ' fy" :1 ,, Nd, 1 vjy R
. vw. fg : . P fp '
, . e 1 1
,"'-"1 .-1.'f ff,-Wi-.-'. A -
. i,j'g5. 'iz ' i, f .
9 'gg ,
l K I if 45. 1 vi 3 3 'xfq BT
fn ' 5 f '
, Q ik 4 f"XgG?p,""? V 1 s
,QL aw ggi 2.3 '.-
, I Q 'p inf, 1
v B Z - wwf M 1
1 . , If ,Q If se
.SHN 'Q Qtifehwl 2
, .1 My-YH? J HGH 5 I
w w iykq 4,1 ,,. , 5 , S
'X V' if Lfjaqvt '64 ' 1 f . fu
' -wk" if 'Q ww I Y H .4
x ., ,J 1
s Jw 2 jf mf if, . 1
1' ' fc 1 v lr ' " '
VX, AW' M 6. ' kv' ,Mft Qfm3'X4aL, I r , f Y
5354! ' LQ f I '5 , "YW 5 -Lf-., 51793, .n-if
4.4 .A . Li , f , V ,. -I vi.. "X-5.ap-'
FH.-5" "NV, 9 figiq' wiv? uf 12 '-'vwk ' N' A ' Vwyhla 'N f
I 1 . ' V 'A gl , 'xnlahvl ' Q ' if, ...Lie 7- 'I -41'
. 1 44 . ,Q .V . , ...I f 1 .Y
'-fH'X "" '-3' " ' "1 1' ' i
M- - -3g .v !HzH ' '
VQIHIYIW7-'ivlgge 4 5553 - 8:2312 Z .1 Hp
3""'5' "" '- ' "' I . 7 - --1'1'1'A f " ' -' JM: 1 'ff , -'M
'.f:K-'Wa' f- ,- -A W will 4 . ' KN 'F,':"4if'n-A-1-.'..x x 1: f T1-
iwliwi--574, x1'1xT'f.- w f Aa. 5i4'?fT5 Q, . X -f1.f'.,r.f1 .Fw54.g,,.1' , ' W'-f.Wf'Wr1e'.kw '1'3"4Ms5fi1 2. 24? A
'f vb 3, 1- -E. L4 -. - fu f .--115 0 M.. If lu 416 4 -' 1.4 Nix . 1 Q ' ,f.:,f .' -Y W
'x5Qx:?'irQx,?Q'g1 '. '., Um . "1g5:Q1vi?K4f'L1a:22f 'vg h gh - '1.,:',1, D-vlfixi -' sf:-H815-:ff
I H vu' il: xr.-,x..,.V.A,' v.L 'tg' 4 1: V xv., Q :Anya Q-. -, -5-
"'-,. iMx.f,li A, -a,:l. 4.+y,.41vUf'M.. 9 , his I I LA 4, gr 1
. ' f' , . 5
-,. ,, .. , ,, ,. ,-.'-v'.'! ".'J1'-v' L35-
3 15 2 rf --QM. :wut ' -. W- , . A Aww' ,1A...x.- 551-Ly.r,2,1-X My Qj,'lM,'Qnff ,
V A1,. fk9.,1y , md , N ,,,., 1 Q.. , 25, ,,.,,,. lg..
'-' ."'. , ' ., ,A,z-- -4,11-'-,-'Ml ,M'4'2,,' -'
" ' '11 fwrfi bxif , ' in af3117.'v 41,55 Q",!f'-N .' ' dfvvg-FPL ' '
XJ, Hgu4.b,,.g.t1 , -A 4, WM l,,U:,l4f L-f fm, ng iq! 5-ww,,w
L-. Ima -1 -- - . "..
sl 5 84211-.X xv.'g .11 ":,.3 -1 guy- I U' V 55153. Lf
, 4, E., . .A V M E .
'WY x. -wi , Ji.'il713fi , ,-.g-wz 'fp-.3-.fJ' 1- .,
' '1 fun.-11 - 1 . -
H' '24 A 'lk - A 1 . ati'-F ',l"..1.iff f' 3 F, I s f' 5'-
1. vt gl ,X 4. ..,5 .v.4- ,Ayn Q, v A . N
' HN Mk I I' ' ni'-" .:.'5fZ'x'-1 " 1 1. ' ,- f
os K ' ' .I A'-' , Aff.
':" nf - 'AJ
-4 ',fQ1fiQ. M.' . -A W, u
Avww5,+q+ . ...m .-A
flil- M., f , , A " " ' '
"Y ' V--.2 2 .
2v',,:51f"'1',' . ' .l
f Q'-..-I ,Iii .p.,'.x.'
. X IIIUF' ,?J,',? . '- "" "
if m1,g!.N I .' 1 l - gkfg- fvglfgfj. , ynrvntiigil , 13651 i,':i1:4."5' .
' -, in I Q A F hx +
. A Jw, .Q.7f,'
A -,.xy46im3i4f,q:. P -z4'2,g.
I., '.'x.,1.a. 1' , nf.
. , .., ,.,. 1 ..,. .
,.7Qus,i,, ,A . ,JL-.x.A
' 4.11 W V -. rc.
' 'ff' -' , : ':
-,fe P. -H L: vgb.
'- " .'-3.131325 '
5 !I 1'
' X :, - .
M-at-L Fortin,Sec. Gamble, Pres. Ross, Vice
Pres. Walker, Treas. Brideau.
I -Y hz
Advisers, seated: Lee, Larocqueg stand-
ing: Akerman, Melia.
Q . , 3' . , , , 5, g
, ,f W , , . K Q ' M ww, ff K -ff' ,
f A 4 1 1 A X ' 7
S f D
ff H '
o ' ,
Do you swear to tell the truth?
The early bird gets a seat
, ' x y 5
Treas. Roy, Sec. Cote, Vice Pres, Woodsom, M-at-L
Young, Pres. Wesselhoeft.
Advisers, Seated: Neal, R. Kozacka. Standing: Averill
6 4 W
-. Q. QM L'
A , V35 ,
TOP: Sec. McAninch, Vice Pres. Mac-
Lean, Pres. Stiles, Treas. Levesque, M-
at-L Pike. BOTTOM: Advisers Roy
Westart, Hirchner, and Zabriskie.
A11 out for Color Day.
Fashionable misses at the Freshman
55201. , ,
I I I
M I I
,- - 'I - 1 - N fQ:":. ur.
' ' , 'ilaxm iiigit -
43. f ' K' JM' --
4? 'b YIM 7:g7,"F'Hm, fw1i: ".
'F A I ., gs, ny: ,K vgxxb Mggk ' x
-' ' Q,.'w2.,zv.x. xv: 'A Y
4' ..,?,g-I-'Egg' .A ik. . S.
, .g y gl Vx J :px
5' 'Reiki' ai 3
1 'ik' .2 ,gf-5 -,r .H xx
Q., saw-'-251 -km--Hi ' X
1, - '- ' -:3q-.g,- w..,. -7
: ' ww-,'wz,"'5,A.Ag - '. -Q . 11-3-
q,:f-sm, 'F' N -- -VW' Tv.
A' .L V . :'S1xLH:,ileQ,ikf- f'-.,ni.l- 5 1: .AJ fi X .TVX S.
w, N. W-.. 5, ,, L. xl., -I .. vw, , . 5 ,
Q 1' X NFFQN, M. '- .51"1'x, X --X 1-M -
-' '. -x :-I 4, H -. sw 7'-1 .3 X110-74 29 u ..-T Vi ""vlk'. -11 ' .
- A . 4A..,Q.jqR, -- aw. ,- ,R Q 1 . -1,- 1
is . Ng, .Q-., w fsr..-7,,M.,,f -- .."fX,- A it
5 xy, f'?fg.y2' ,X . - 1 wgrwk . - ge, AV -. Q H D
, -- ' , - K
V 1- -4. "- -'-x,.y -H , X.: 4.--,Q A '..', .v-
' . 'X N N '- r hu. QFFN'-:N .1 - 5. -Q 'ff' .. x . J' -' w Dir ' 1. -.
. -.,-fxwvu-..Q., uf ' ' R '- .Az 'N an - H: - :Uk vi .
.' - if xxx z -vggfv.-N .P 5, - ,H :Q NK- 1gqf51.'L'.' f X 1-N :gg , A
A ' 'H 2- :af .sf .v.N2:f1+1 A-
X411 39 2 " ' Q
'- "NN Xi, '- .-Q,2'5':3.f'fWi 1 x .ji '..f"Q-1'
X H It: .I3-ix,1!iLx??lgil.Zt.jV??. an ij.. -x-gn!
1 s V -iswfsv.-'f -
wx , :.,,--,-1 411' .Nggjg-f-+,' f
X .R t:'-24? 1,-.c" , ' '
. -M ..-xx 'eng-'.
L, - . ' ,- ,Ax .
A win.. 1. VM ,
. -gyhtrc yu'
- v-. . , W U ., .Q-...R-gg-fri
Q ' -Jef ml- wi '
Yi f:.,,1.'-Wwfgft, - '
, . 1-,,. V . f ,V x 'IL-.Y
K .Z .n M.ni,Atj::v.
' W :CQ ,swpffi-fl-ff?
V 9 Q
FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Bradshaw, G, Coffin, R. Briggs, M. Dow-
ner, T. Holbrook, I, Young, T. Houlihan, P. Donovan. ZND. ROW: Ad-
viser Lewis, M. Miller, M, Greaney, B,Pike, N, Stanley, P. Morse, I
I-lellen, L, Jones, P. Ray, T. Dunceivic, B. Gamble, J. Gosselin. 3rd
ROW: F. Anderson, E, Hatch, O. Merrill, R, Landry, W. Mercer, W
Vedrani, D. Matthews.
FRONT ROW, left to right D McAn1nch J Lafey M Dupuis M
I Downer, E. Castonguay, Adviser Reynolds 2ND ROW R Briggs R
5066652 Landry, T. Holbrook, D. Farmer
1 5 f f
FRONT ROW, left to right: L. Wright, A. Young, Adviser Penney, Ad- 1'
siser Keoseian, B. Bertram, S. Leech, ZND, ROW: I. Lauzon,SA Tooth-
aker, K. LaBorie, C. Labatte, I, Roy, P, Donahue.
776455 FRONT Row, left to right: F. nrabik, R, Briggs, D. McAninch, M.
O'Keefe, D. Farmer, B. Hunt. 2ND ROW: M. Miller, I. Barlow, P.
65645 Pellerin, A. Roy, A. Ross, I. Grandrnaison, S. O'Keefe,
. ' ,swim 3 7
, , ' 'f 'ff'f'-W4
R ' A1f'n!rvrn'wa"v-,.f,-. v. .'
,iff V, 7' , Miip '
' 'I LH ' , ,
5 ! "
FRONT ROW left to rrght S Hunt S Emonu, H. Fournier, M Du 7
DUIS N Hersey L Bragg I Parent S Kaplan. 2ND, ROW: Advrsor MZ
Bergeron A Roy F MacLa1ne M Pearson D, Knight, B. Bertram M
Greaney B Hall 1 Grlbert C Chasse, C.Laxon,A.Sie11ek1 P W
Morse 3RD ROW S Darbyshlre W Wood, B. Christie, K. Leger D
Walters D Soule T Watkrns A Ross R. Morse, G.Kruschw1tzI
FRONT ROW, left to rrght B Prke R Cynewskr R Larnard Advrser
F. Kozacka, J. Young A Fortrn R Cook ZND ROW O Merrrll R
Livesey, W. Vedranl A Syvlnskr J Armstrong T Watkms T H01
brook, F. Hunt.
I 3 v .
1- 1 ,
M at fx M
FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Bradshaw, J. Lauzon, J. Brideau, P.
Ouellet, S. Bailey, J. Bartley, S. Bloom, S. Kaplan. ZND, ROW: C.
Labatte, M. Greaney, J. Roy, C. Labbe, B. Christie, I. Stiles, W.Mer-
cer, C. Watkins, P. Ray, I. Roy, C. Chasse, D. Knight, A. Paul. '
D - FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Anderson, C. Walker, M. Pearson, D.
McAninch, B. Gilday, M. O'Keefe, J. Bricleau. 2ND, ROW: Adviser
W Melia, W. Balukonis, R. Briggs, W. Eastman, R. Landry, D. Farmer,
, v I . ' I . . 5 V q,
n . rx, y 5 . , ,.,,.,,,., ,
G f ,fa
,, ' . f,
. z"', f ,,
. ' e
73 f ,cv
as L1 I
yan! , , a I f
5 1 ' ' 9
FRONT ROW, lefttorightg A. Baker, S. Adams, M. Pearson, M. Downer, .
B.G11day,M.o'Keefe. 2ND. ROW: Adviser Melia,R. Br1ggs,A.R0ss, zedduf?
W. Mercer, T. Holbrook, D. Farmer.
FRONT ROW, left to right: H. Fournier, A, Baker, M.Mulcahy,J,
Ouellette, R. Cook, A. Sielicki, R, Murphy, R. Houle. ZND. ROW
Adviser Akerman, P. Bourque, B. King, S, Peltier, W. Gould, J. Urban
C.Richard, S.Darbyshire,R. Sansfacon, J. Morin, F. Murphy, D. Dela-
durantaye, N. Paul, C. Valentine. 3RD, ROW: A. Fortin, R. Bowley
P. Laliberte, G. Gosselin, L, Mahoney, M. Moaratty, I, Syvinski, F
Rock, K. LaBorie, C. Fellows, J. Goldthwaite, R. McDonald, C. Roy
v X .4
0 f. .
FRONT ROW, left to right: A. Mason, M. Downer, B. Gilday, E. Cas-
tonguay,J. Hellen, E. Theberge, S. Peltier, L. Toothaker, 2ND, ROW:
S.Adams, S. Kaplan, B. Macey, S. Bailey, G. Shattler, P. Pellerin, E.
Morse, J. Sawyer, F. Bailey, S. Toothaker, S. Bradshaw, M. Miller
3RD, ROW: I. Barlow,J. Stiles, C. Watkins, J, Faulkingham, M. Ruddy
K. Leger, C. Chasse.
Kervin, D, Terry,
'ha We- 7
FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Cook, T. Houlihan, W. Butterfield D
Marble, S. Andrews, R. Martin, C. Mitchell, F. Smith. ZND ROW
Adviser Akerman, A. Kinney, J. Rogers, E, Rossi, E. Paulhus G Park
man, L. Knight, D. Soule, K. Wesselhoeft, D. Farmer, F. Sargent F
Ag., I X
Edwina Castonguay, president
Alphonse M. Tatarunis, director
4 f . , ,,,N,,, . A., r , xg-Q I
,. 4 -..
Juni' H , ,--M
wfiamwf-fir,-Lwadirw:-1f1.mamsfQfl1i,52s.':1a.wwf".,'f ' -f b
Isabelle Currier, president
Francis E. Lawlor, director
Q 1 ' x
1 h 3
I ' X. Y
Of 06115 ,
1 w 3
Left to right: C. Walker, S. Bradshaw, S. Bailey, P. Ray, J, Lafey, M
Woodsom, J. Brideau, R. Greenwood, A. Baker.
FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Baxter, M. Greaney, J. Roy. 2
C, Pelletier, P. Curran, C, Thivierge, S. Hall, C. Labatte.
, , 5 K
deaewzetdea an 'we
' we ....
Jn y 151 X
ull v I
A K M
A Q N
Q' 'QM v
X V A
x I K
k Wu Lf x
Q f cv f. Wa
n Ng' H
in Y N4 'ruth mumwavnb
M531 gk-flux Y
X" QQ? w.
I v L.
M 'A My
1 'tv I w Q
WHL? 11wQm?'91 Y Q 4
'NW vaiw ww?-a f'
' ' 'El'l'3Zvm.m-v-
,nr Y ,
Ayf'-1--,W ,. -.N, " Wa.
,-ai ,"Y,L" gg-ga it !, Wil., 1 -- Y ,
Qt:.:1z.V1--.sf--"g-, -e ' as 'I'
I ,,Y:.'L5..-lv,-,inly:lun X ,.,, A ...N 7
-' 1 "'f':LEiu'Xl1E,Pxxftx'A6'k.fx 1 ' XIV! Xia:
fli - 'T'-Link K
gud, ,'11.Qf1!.f -x.F?gLXQ3tf, tml, -. W .
' f- 1'--xx 3 'f'- ' , w
f1?3?,x'.... f .v 3:
.vkylfgy :Q , rw-. :Lin
.1lP :' 1 - "5,"' 1.53 1-ml
0, , ,AMVEL-1-. W' 5'1'q'y. ' -1. i,
1519, in 154, . AQ-
'W .1 . 112' ' ' ,
- lf' . Q 1 1- ' 'S - v'z-,la
KT A-,Q 5, 4. 5- -. -g 2' 112173. '-
w :vi ff 3 .-,aim -4--N
QM in 'Iggy 'I X .x fl, 1, - A, 4:
Nz , '-tiff' ,X ., ' nu' 'RW
HGV WK' 2- X .2 F p "1'E-4-va--..--'fq ,f -. -'
Xp? W P1 A 2' .. ' if1?Mf:f4?iR' -' '2 ' if
'X-K, ug V A , 5 '.4t,4'W,EQ NX.: u nl
,wg -1, ,. Y -i - , I ",
'gift . ' b 5 A 'PQ Q.:L'2z,':','y ."'e?.Qixl 1 f,
2.11, , - Am, -Q w. l,g21"'.'W G5' ,
1- 1- -gr-A 1. :-or '- lr:-. - . . , y
, 3 3 r av. ,f , W- '-' W 1'
wid.. A.3,,,,, -LEE I. ,QEVAEE V IVAQIEZQAI1.-M., ff- I
' " - ' Ev-if fir: W" ' '
N -, 'P " .. N -11. fl, "' " "f. 'U fx ":
,..-V . g--
' nw' ' - ' vw A X' xg- . 5 ffm '1
I 7, .w wf .V x x . M35 V rxqa':nE,'S" . S,ny1"aL:l,i2il'I1'i1
,A W A 9 135 Y 4.11:-N' 55. 7' v W' "
GK 'MU ,453 4, ' - Hag," j . ",, '!""'g,"r"-:- 1' '
IM. .' '. QE, ' "f ' " ' '.
..,-.,.,pqf- :"'J1l,5.? - 111 3 1 ,aj .I 1, 'v '
Q A -W-r.e1S-'QQM ' - 541 . V
"V L"e"'f!1Ks5 fi. 111. ' ' 1 . Q "r I
t V. , . . , . 6.
' -4- 11 T .' f-- '
Q'-1 ,,, 'V -"X
'N 1 -w 3- g.:-f -1
g --fx . 13, ' .zf-J'-. 'F
Mg? E23-.. 'fm' , Y ai 'Q
..,.- .-w. I -Y, - . fl- I' H, J- 'iq
X ,5 X 1 - nj. ,'-'-ggrx'-37 A ,-S5
.I ,l r 1 I ? M XNSY JJ
' ' 4 V' P u ' - yn'
4 13' ' ' 4 E51 5 arf
-. I '. lx -'ff . . .--Q '-
'a -N 'H .-
fir " if ,
.. M ,,
Although our football team had one
of its toughest schedules, it completed
the season with the record of three
wins and three losses. Three of the
games originally planned were can-
celled because of bad weather.
The team jumped offto a fast start
with wins against Winthrop, Somer-
ville, and Swampscott. It dropped its
last three games, however, to Woburn,
Danvers, and Newburyport.
Without a doubt the best showing
of the '56 team was against Newbury-
port. In that game, the return of Sen-
iors Gerald McDonald and Charles
Butland added an extra spark. Five
other Seniors started: Dick Cyr and
Bob Dickson spearheaded the line on
defense, Bill Mahoney andHal Janvrin
did most of the running and passing at
the halfback spotsg and Bill East-
man took care of the receiving end of
the passing attack. This game was lost
only after a good fight.
Captain-elect Herb Morrill headed
the list of twenty lettermen who re-
Coach Tassinari and Captain Dickson.
ceived their "A's" in football. Twelve
of these were Seniors: Dickson, MC'
Donald, Mahoney, Janvrin, Eastman,
Butland, Ed Hudon, Ed Hatch, Dick
Briggs, Dave Farmer, Art Watkins,
and Manager Ray Reed. The others
were Bill Croteau, Gerry Labbe,
Bucky Butland, Don Matthews, Andy
Fortin, Art Haley, Dick Livesey, and
Captain Dickson was awarded the
annual Newburyport News G0Od
Sportsman Award. Bill Mahoney was
the recipient of the Tassinari Award.
A.H.S.. .13 Winthrop .... . 6
A.H.S, . .34 Somerville . . . .O
A.H.S.. .25 Swampscott . . 19
A,H.S . . 6 Woburn ..... 21
A.H.S. . . 0 Danvers .... .13
A.H.S. . . 6 Newburyport . .13
Won 3 Lost 3
Center Dick Cyr.
v lr ,
FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Lewis, R.Young, R. Moughan, R. Fullford, R. Martin, S. An-
drews, E. Burnham, P. Chipman. ZNDROW: W. Eastman, H. Morrill, A. Fortin, D. Mat-
thews,Capt. R. Dickson, W. Mahoney, H. Janvrin, R. Cyr, A. Haley, Coach Tassinari. 3RD
ROW: R. Watkins, D. Cressy, K. Terry, G. Pike, E. Hudon, G. Labbe, A. Watkins, C. Mar-
den, J. Watkins, C. Orkney.4TH ROW:Coach Zabriskie, T. Watkins, D. Farmer, E. Hatch,
K. Robbins, C. Butland, L. Eastman, E. Rossi, W. Croteau, R. Sawyer, R. Briggs, R. Livesey,
Coach R. Kozacka.
Tailback Bill Mahoney. End Bill Eastman.
Wingback Hal Janvrin.
,mvgqrw 42' my 5 5
, ,. . 'X
'Q A "'ffc'jQ,,
f f? 2,
gl! 6 fa
Newburyport, above and right
Mew Me gamec,
H7 r' W x.
v ' W
ra ,J J! X n , 5
FRONT ROW, left to right: S. Nyman, W. Morin, D. D. Roy, W. Cote, K. Terry, S. Andrews, R. Martin, C
Cressy, W. Hartt, Capt. T. Holbrook, R. Watkins, F. Mitchell, N. Parent, L. Dupere, R. Bastien, Coach Roy.
Smith. 2ND ROW: F. Curran, G. Coffin, T. Houlihan,
Don Roy, Leo Dupere, and Wayne Hartt go for the puck.
Coach Albie Roy gives pointers to Capt. Todd Holbrook
and goalie Steve Nyman,
In the first year of the newly formed
North Shore Hockey League, the A.H.S.
team emerged with a fine league record
of eight wins, five losses, and one tie .
It missed a play-off berth by a single
Three Seniors played vital roles in
the Indians' victories. Wayne Hartt
proved to be one of the better wings in
the league. Todd Holbrook, who cap-
tained the te am through it s sixteen
games, was one of the leading scorers
in the Northeastern Conference. Steve
Nyman allowed an average of only 1.6
goals a game.
Sophomores Bob Martin and Leo Du-
pere showed great promise for the fu-
ture. John Rogers added punch to the
first line. Dale Cressy, Bill Cote, and
Don Roy, all underclassmen, formed the
bulk of the Amesbury defense.
Coach Albie Roy was largely respon-
sible for the fine showing of the puck -
sters. He spent almost every afternoon
with the team and gave considerable time
to the rookies of the squad.
At the annual banquet Dupere and
Martin received the "Rookie of the Year"
awards, and Holbrook was named "Most
Valuable Player." The lettermen were
Holbrook, Nyman, Hartt, Cressy, Roy,
Cote, Martin, Dupere, Watkins, Rogers,
Mitchell, Morin, and Andrews.
Winchester . .
Lynn English .
St. John's . ..
Gloucester . . .
Swampscott . .
Saugus . . .
Revere . . .
Marblehead . .
Exeter Academy J V
Lost 6 Tied
Ca ptain-elect Cressy.
The basketball team of Amesbury
High School went through its fourth
dismal season in a row. During the
'56 schedule the Indians were able to
salvage only three games out of eight-
een scheduled. In the Northeastern
Conference the Indians landed in the
cellar for the fourth successive year
with Marblehead taking the champion-
The failure of the high school team
to produce a winning quintet was par-
tially accounted for bythe fact that the
FRONT ROW, left to right: J. Mclntyre, W. Mahoney
R, Bond, Capt. Dickson, G. Matthews, G. Labbe, Ri
Moughan, 2ND ROW: Coach Wallace, D. Matthews
R. Sawyer, J. Armstrong. I. Young, G. Pike, B. Manning
conference had five strong teams
which finished well ahead of the
Indians. Oddly enough, one of the three
victories was a 53-46 defeat of the
league winners, Marblehead.
The only other bright spot in the
entire slate of eighteen games was a
last-second win over arch- rivals , New-
buryport. Capt. Bob Dickson scored
with a jump-shot with six seconds to
play to give the Indians a 50-48 win.
Guards Bill Mahoney and Bob Dick-
son, forwards Gordon Matthews and
Joe Mclntyreg and center Dick Bond,
a junior, made up the varsity. Others
who saw frequent action were Sonny
Manning, Jack Armstrong, Jim Young,
Gerry Labbe, Bob Rousseau, Ralph
DiVito, Dick Moughan, and Gordon
R, Rousseau. 3RD ROW: W. Harris, E. Lucier, S. Dick-
ens, R, DiVito, R, Larnard, W. Healey. 4TH ROW: D,
Marble, I. Ouellette, D. Lahait, A.Bourgeois , J.
1 , si-, -,,, ,r.', Q 4 .A ,,,.,, n g, ,
ny , ,,.,. A F 4 y , ,n
I . .fi 5r?5UfiQ.g4fi G55 F A
5 , , ' 1 , , , f
Q " 'I
Q 1 '
,QSB f 5656 fi eSB1af5f,ggg
im '17 1200
BQ VVS' fin if'
A,H.S .... 54.Merrimac, ,
A.H.S .... 46.A1umni. . .
A,H.S .... 37.Punchard ,
A.H.S .... 39.Winthrop. .
A.H.S .... 40.Marb1ehead
A H.S .... 48.Swampscott
A.H.S .... 47.Danvers. . .
A.H.S .... 52.Woburn . . .
A.H.S .... 50.Newburyport
A.H.S .... 50.Wintl'1rop .
A.H.S .... 53.Marblehea.d
A.H.S .... 47.Swampscott
A.H.S .... 4l.Methuen . .
A.H.S .... 38.Methuen . .
A,H,S .... 56.Danvers . .
A,H,S, . . . 43.Woburn . . .
A,H.S .... 36.Newbury'port
A.H,S .... 43.Punchard .
Won 3 Lost 15
FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Cook, R. Murphy
L. Dupere, R. Moughan, R. DiVito, C. Orkney
Capt. C. Butland, R. Briggs, D. Cressy, R. Wat: ney.
The A.H.S. baseball team had a very
mediocre season, winning three and los-
ing nine ,with one tie . It finished fourth
in the Northeastern Conference.
Doug Atwood did the majority of the
pitching for the Indians, with Dick Briggs
and Carl Orkney hurling the remainder
of the schedule. Capt. Bucky Butland
who batted near the .300 mark for the
year, handled the catching assignment
for the team.
Ray Dow and Ralph Sawyer shared
the first base duties and spent some
time in the outfield. Sophomores Ralph
DiVito, Mickey Moughan, and Leo Du-
pere filled the other three infield posi-
Junior Dale Cressy and Seniors Ed
Hatch and Dick Briggs, playing the out-
field positions, rounded out the team.
The outstanding performance of the
season was a 4-0 shutout over Swamp-
scott, in which Atwood limited the Scul-
pins to three hits.
Coach Vitold Wallace, who took over
the coaching position this year for the
first time, looks for considerable im-
provement next year when all but the
three Seniors - Hatch, Briggs, and At-
wood - will be back.
, I . kins, G. Pike. 3RD ROW: Coach Wallace, R.
G' C0ff1U- R-L1ZOtre. T- H0ulih21r1- ZND ROW: Cook, N. Parent, R. Morse, R. Cynewski, W.
Briggs, I.Oue11ette, B. Pike, F. Sargent, E. Che-
A.H.S. . . 4
A.H.S. . . 0
A.H.S. . . 4
A.H.S. . .ll
A.H.S. . . 6
A.H.S. . .
A.H.S. . .
A.H.S. . .
A.H.S. . .
A.H S. . .
A.H.S. . .
A.H.S. . .
A.H.S. . .
Swampscott . . . . 0
Danvers . . . . . 6
Woburn ....... 15
Winthrop ....... 7
Exeter Academy . . 6
Marblehead ..... 7
Swampscott ..... 7
Danvers ....... 9
Marblehead ..... 4
Exeter Academy . . 5
Woburn ....... 10
Newburyport .... 5
Winthrop ...... 10
Lost 9 Tied 1
,, . r
Z' :V 4 .
1 , m1mA 31
The Indian Squaws finished the
1955-56 season with the poor record
of no wins and three losses. Although
the team was enthusiastic, it was hin-
dered by its inexperience. The only
two members of the varsity to return
from the previous year were Co-cap-
tains Maureen O'Keefe and Beverly
Macey The remainder of the varsity
was composed of Sophomores Jeannie
Kobel, Sally Woodsom, Jarlath Lafey,
Patricia Pellerin, andFreshrnan Carol
It was well along in the season be-
fore the team was organized and ready
for action, and it was able to sche-
dule only three games, two with
Methuen and one with Merrimac.
Beverly Macey did an outstanding
piece ofwork as guard. Forward Mau-
reen O'Keefe was high scorer for the
season with a total of Z9 points. Syl-
via Cote, a Sophomore on the Junior
Varsity squadwho scored a total of 32
points, shows great promise.
Although the team won no games, it
hada great deal of spirit and looks for-
ward to a better season next year.
A.H,S ..... 21 Methuen . . . . .50
A.H.S ..... 24 Merrimac .... .47
A.H.S ..... 18 Methuen ..... . 38
Won O Lost 3
FRONT ROW, left to right: A. Houlihan, P, Pellerin, J. Kobel, C. McAninch. 2ND ROW:
J. Lafey, Co-Capt. O'Keefe, Coach Larocque, Co-Capt. Macey, S. Woodsom.
Co-Captains Bev and Mo,
Recovering a rebound,
x, .V it .,-, 7 X ' f ffiftf X' , ' K Q QYRELQ , xxx V5.1 V -mf 'rf X 53
f pai., ,, rizae .1fi..g.. 11 fb furry VV,,, ,E gg V' . . , I
4, , 9
Q Ui, R jj j 5 WV e,f,..,fVVf . VV -
--V.' V ' . - Q ,, V . V .V fi . "
f f , 'V . ' ' Q kffiy iff " 0. pea, , f ,, V K
' .5 il T I , 5 f g Qi ry, QE. 453 limi
V : , 5' ,Q 'zsxxf V L... V "', 1 W1 f' A
. .- , f, 1 , , Jim' . L V V . 5 , ,V v ,,
J 'fx g Z I . ., V j 'K I I ,V V ff? ,
. , +vVf'.g,, Y ' Ffgf ' ' f , 5 f, V ' Vw -
ff!! I 5 if . Sgt jr , f'f0.3,f i f .5 gifk ts! Qi 'Q
jr? 1 1. A if ,N V I .-V. li ' lx ji, K. W an -Q A ws 1 j In xg . '-
. , A I. , " , , K ,Q .. . . ' A 1 - ' :: " ' , 1 1, 3
fxff' -V bfi W ' -' V " ' f , V .. f ' , 7 " -5,
f . f A Q . . fa K7 we qw ,fx lf , f , i
, . ' ' a, 1 f -nf X ' f I ' X 4 U .Z',iv" fi! ' V.
, , , lf 5 V ' , " ' ' ' ' 'f-k ' ' ' " P -"V if . ,Q ' ff
X Q4 'V V ,xi A r I ,Q . if, ,. M ,. Q,,:, i..:, . VVVV
V V . . V
, V 'V ,V,,
FRONT ROW, left to right: M. Wexler. J. Young,
L. Eastman, D. Donahue, R. Larnard, A. Bour-
geois, Capt. W. Eastman, F. Smith, B. Winham
R. Bastien, J. Rogers, R. Francoeur, W. Healey,
MN A, z
Www qqiwv j j i
I 4 ..
2ND ROW: R. Bowley, W. Hartt, E. Bata1,R. Mar-
tin, R. Cyr, D. Lahait, A. Haley, R. Bond, T.
Watkins, E. Lifton, D. Marble, E. Rossi, S. An-
drews, H. Morrill, Coach Fecteau.
5 . .
5, A 5
if if ,, 3 if
North And over
The track team turned in its best
season since the renewal of the sport at
A.H.S. four years ago. Coached by Ber-
tram Fecteau, the squad won all its New
England Conference meets except one,
against Salem. The best team effort was
the humiliating defeat of Newburyport,
our arch rival.
The surprising showing was the re-
sult of a highly spirited team composed
mostly of Seniors and Sophomores.
Capt. Bill Eastman, predominate in
the 440, high jump, and broad jump,
shared high-scoring honors with Sopho-
more sprinter Bob Martin. Martin es-
tablished new Amesbury records in the
100 and 220. Tom Watkins and Dick Bas-
tien ran roughshod over opponents in the
880, with Watkins breaking the local re-
cord for that distance.
Senior Jim Young was the dark horse
on the squad, winning the mile in all but
three meets. Art Haley and Dick Cyr
gathered points in the shot put. Dick
Bond and Freshman Dave Lahait com-
bined with Eastman in the high jump,
while Stan Andrews picked up several
points in the broad jump despite a
wrenched knee. Sophomore Andrews was
elected captain of the '57 team.
Action shots of the Marblehead meet.
SENIORS - FRONT ROW, left to right:
W. Ham, W. Eastman, J. Young.2ND
ROW: R. Bastien, R. Cyr.
an sf f
1315555 W fs,
F' f. , gf?
.7 Q A 3
V., 5 ,f 75? 632.3
FRONT ROW, left to right: R. Murphy, R. Cook, L. Bragg, A. Baker
T. I-loulihan, G. Coffin, T. Hodge, A. Kinney, P. Randall, I. Myotte
D, Terry. ZND ROW: Coach F. Kozacka, O. Terrio, I. Michelin, D
Walters L. Danielson N. Parent,Capt.B. Pike,R.Larnard, R. Morse, C
Butland: R. Sansfacofl. BRD ROW: W. Vedrani, D. Lahait, H. Stiles
W. Briggs, G. Gosselin, R. Lieber, R. Cynewski, S. Williams, G. Park
man.4TH ROW:J. Marple, M. Brown, J. Lysik, A. LeBlanc, R. Tessier
B. Winham, F, Smith, D. Richard, C, Roy, I. Ouellette.
FRONT ROW left to right: H. Blodgert, K. O'Keefeg J. Blodgett,Capt. S. Z
Maclean W Iarv1s,S, O'Keefe, S. Quinn. ZND ROW: B. Bertram, M.
Maloney Coach Larocque, N. Snow, S. Cote.
1 I I I
-Aw ...Q 1'
'.-QT?'f'f4.L ilk? sfqvfg
29' i i'
..-f:s'51. ge '
H91--.5 ' 'pf
. xx., ,115-'-v yi.
. '11' "--ff-'v.-fic? 1. V-
, .fQ'.2tf'9ieif'zhssf.i "V
gf-.. ...vw an Q My-
.. f .S:ig3l.15.1'. 'f'vf+.-4-riff. .
. .. flu.-.-ff""1fixZ:..'.. Sv'-' .ff-'K H.. W -2
, -z. .,.'fs1wb"' ' ' "' 'x f:"i1'f ' ' I' S .'
ul'-V:-'::P.... - ffl". "1-4.5" - .fig '
.X 1. vfmq. f ,A Njyigyi. wg .
iff' -. -. - f .,.':u"
3-I3fj2591?R?Z' gi ,,1.'r',P". '...:1 '
' .bxdvf-XASJ-' ' -:bf Tfi'..r3P'gAfkY 'ix '
'K ' 1' "Z QJ1' -' I '
'I .zxggi H-lil5xf?f!4,6.5g,,3', i ,-
' "'q,5Y. Ind" .,.. i'X.y,WQf L!" 5A Q' '
I' 1559- I ,u'.l by 5f?gl'i4"iMfkf 1 1.
.N ,h', wtf" 'dl 1:3 if , A tv,-
-ig? 611 f' 'Q,'W". - . I
.Liz-'1,.xf"'w: Q f " 1 -
,-'uw ,. Q ,Wwe-ALL.: , lv . wg ... LL. 'ffl vg-
...,z4- Q v ..'q,w.- ' pgfg,x1q...' .f 1 . 1
.3I.t ,-w,- ,.., -,X .199 V h .. va- 1 V.
gif'-5.Q"".Y...Qian-wah ,3 ,- ,V-.Mg 5.113
1. - ,-519. - 'xsfEf. A ' Jiff SIQQQTY- 5
W, . ,I ' , V r'rf1?.?P:'f5f'is y.- N 17,1011 f,f,K?".- ': 1, 1 U
' v-. 'f f... . .. 3 'fp , 4, ,' .rt -
ff"?.. -R -1 .N ,v.:,...,.igLYf5'iU5s ' img. ,fQ3.0g.f.9Q?4f5.A'vp.Sf --QF.. . -., . N -u
.-.-wQ?WA ' fWf'LS gqiprw wry.. .vrfigygifi . ,. . 3
I. V-.. V K- AV .,-V- A., .Kun .V J
- fff .-Ms' W 'x'.fi'2G"-?f-'fff'E'M K' .
, .-..,gxg'. -,U -- -.aw 4 1'-94... .CM sw 4
n -lv gmfrt.. 17931,-Ns' f.BE,MQQ45:' M1,,-1..5:- .x3.,4yk?f.iBF. . I
.c- ' !" " l7'Yf1f'-W-7-"' .. ,H 4rf'3.1l.mi:i.f5'.hw"'is-Zrklfiy
1 - , . -N.-, I .1-,., .A,.,.... f' 1
I 4 4 .- 1 R ' Fr-
. .1 1 - .ag aff:-'gig g
.,q,-..- 'hx 'A . "'
AD ERTISEMEN S
All Water Craft
ED PELLERIN AND SONS
28 Market Street
ARROW AUTO STORES
LUCIENNE BEAUTY SALON
Lucienne A. Lemaire, Prop.
20 Sparhawlc St.
imely Gifts for All Occasions
Expert Watch Sc Clock Repairing - Records
ALAN SALVAGE CO., INC.
Used Cars and Parts
Dealer in Scrap Metals
43-49 Martin Rd.
40 Main St. Amesbury, Mass. Tel' 1696
Class Rings NOONE'S MARKET
Watches, Diamonds, China, Silverware 19 Moflfef Sf-
EVERETT H. LOCKE
IO Market Square
Telephones 744 - 745
GALE - HANLEY SHOP of
Ladies' and Children's Wear FOURNIERIS
Congratulations Good Luck and Happiness
to the 30 the
Class of1956 Class of 1956
F. M. HOYT 81 CO., INC.
W. E. FULLER 8a CO. Amesbury Mass.
DIAMOND MATCH co. EVANGELINE S
A b Amesbury
mes Ury For Women and Children
S. E. Meinerth, Manager
from CALEF'S TAXI
BEN'S Tel. 360
CALNAN MOTOR SALES
YOUR FORD DEALER
R 8. G MANUFACTURING CO
Pontiac - GMC Truck
ROBERT B. FRASER CO.
I 30 Market Street
MERRIMAC HAT CORPORATION
Look for the
Iabel on the hat
Ranges - Washing Machines - Television
GAUTHIER 8. MAHANY
Sales, Service, and Repairs
of All Makes and Models
8 Market Street
C. LEARY 8. CO.
STUDENT COUNCIL I955-1956
President .......... Todd Holbrook
Vice President . . . . . . James Young Amesbury
Secretary ..... . . . Marilyn Downer
Treasurer . . . Richard Briggs
G. WATKINS 8- SON, INC
Telephones 380 - 24
F. H. SANDS Best Wishes
USE? Cars and Trucks Bought and Sold 150 the
t ' d O - I W ld'
eCs'QfifQ qndxliffiigffiici 'ng Class 0f1956
24-H W k S '
46 Elm Street our rec er ervirilesbllry, Mass. CLOVIS H' PROULX
Be? Wishes Best Wishes
BLANC'-528SEi:g?ERtY STORE Macy Street Gulf Station
Amesbury Mass. Tel' 1025
AUTO BODY REPAIR SHOP Best Wishes
T I. 662
54 Mofme Street EASTERN LUMBER COMPANY
AMIDON'S SERVICE STATION Compliments
I3 Monroe Street
ETTA COLLIS AND Y D CLEANERS
AUTO BODY 8. REPAIRS
7 Oak Street
Tel 910-w A"'eSbU'Y
For the finest in diamonds
THOMAS a YOUNG WS
87 Elm Street CROWN JEWELERS
Budget Accounts Invited
JEAN'S COFFEE SHOP Best Wishes
Jean Macey, owner h
Fountain Service - Light Lunches to t e
T I. I79
Amesbury e 4 MQSS. , Class of 1956
THOMAS w. WATKINS s. SON, mc. OREOON OYE HOUSE
General Contractors Tel. 960
Road and Concrete Construction 24 School Street
79 Elm Street Tel. II36-R Amesbury M055
NEW ENGLAND wooo HEEL of
COMPANY REID FOUNDRY co.
Amesbury Mass. Tel' 1200
RlCl"lER'S FOODLINER f
Macy Street M. E. REED CO.
TRAVIS RESTAURANT FISHING PARTQES
B R d' -T I h '
41 Main Street oats are Szazgopef Fegrscle Equipped
Tel. GRover 4-346l
S b k E d fH B '
Amesbury Mass' ea mo SecTbr:ok,TXlnipl:Tn ridge
LAUNDERS AN D CLEANERS
Complete Family and Spegialty Laundering
Oclorless Dry Cleaning
Permanent Moth Proofing and Rug Shampooing
Paul Ouellet ........
.loan Bricleau .......
Shirley Bailey . . . .
.lean Bartley .....
Theresa Belliveau . . .
. . . President
. . . Treasurer
. . . Secretary
. . . Advisor
AMESBURY CO-OPERATIVE BANK
I2 Market Street
Regular Savings Accounts
are now available.
Clothes Of Charm
For Juniors, Misses, and Women
Also All Accessories to Make
Your Costume Complete
CHIC MODEL SHOP
l07 Main Street Amesbury, Mass
LlBBY'S Insurance - Real Estate
BOOK SHOP EDWARD W. GOULD
School and Office Supplies
ROBERT P. GOULD
8 Market Square I2 Market Sq. Tel. 54
Tel. 227-W Amesbury
ALEX'S SODA SHOPPE PRQVIDEN1'
II2 Main Street
INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS
In the Towns of Salisbury and Amesbury
CLUB sr. JEAN BAPTISTE No. I4 BEAUTY SHOP
Antonio Roy - Manager Rome lO7 Kensington' N' H'
Rodolphe V. Bibaucl - Treasurer Tel' l7O2'W South Hampton
Compliments Comp liments
THE OX BOW RESTAURANT
Southhampton Road I
J. RICHARD FEELEY
Te'- 1306-M A. H. s. cum of 1921
THOMAS HOULIHAN 81 SON DRUG STORE
Florists Wm. E. Boyle E. L. Boyle
Telephone 985 Morrill Place Re9lSfefef-l Pharmacists
Member F. T. D. I7 Main Street
of BEAUTY sHoP
DICK BRIGGS Route IO7
A, H, S, 1931 Kensington N. H.
Insurance - Bonds - Real Estate Tel' l702'M T South Hampton
53 Main Street
Dine and Dance
RED COTTAGE CLUB
AMESBURY METAL PRODUCTS CO.
A esbury M
AMESBURY SPECIALTY COMPANY
Columbia Broadcasting System I .
Radio Tubes, Television T b , nd Transistors
- Newburyport - Salem - Danvers - Lowell -
QUALITY PACKAGE GOODS STORE, INC
F. B. KEENE to the Class 0f1956
Hardware and Paint PEARSON'S SERVICE STATION
Tel. 302 TEII- 2?
52 M ' S I44 m treet
Amesbury om Treet Mass. Ame5I9U"Y MOSS
Compliments .IACKSON'S BAKERY
Of LUNCH BAR
AMESBURY FIBRE CORPORATION 2 Market Square
AMESBURY PUBLISHING CO., INC.
Book and Commercial Printers
A Little Buys a Lot
Come in - I'll Show You How
Publishers of "PEG DUP WS,
Th A . Your Newburyport Daily News
e mesbury Daily News Cl ,F d Ad C I
21 Elm Street Phone 61 and I360 oss' Ie S ounse or
THE BELMONT FLOWER SHOP
Ray and Cathy Sanborn
30 Belmont Street
THE WHITTIER PRESS
Tel. II79-W Colin .I. Cameron
THE E'-M5 HOTEL NU WAY LAUNDRY
The Hotel For Fast Service
with the 7 High Street
23 Market Street
George C. Knight
Successor to B. L. Colbyl
RANGE AND FUEL OILS
POESSON RADIO 8s FURNITURE
45 Friend St.
Amesbury MQ55. Amesbury Mass
STAR CAFE ,INC.
26-28 Main Street
"A Visit at the Star Leaves a
DELLA'S HAT SHOP
. .igifpgjx y xd-
TOWLE SILVERSM ITHS
TH E BAILEY CGMPANY
ROLLED METAL SHAPES
IDEAL SOFT-WATER LAUNDRY, INC.
"Bundles of Satisfaction"
LUXURTONE CLEANERS, INC.
89 High Street Newburyport Exeter St Hampton
Ame5bU'Y Homestead 5-944I Enterprise 5905
LOUIS SHOE COMPANY,
THE CREASEY COMPANY, INC.
Monty Melia, prop.
"We specialize in steaks, chops, and Iobsters.'
VERMETTE'S SUPER MARKET
LAFAYETTE BOWLING LANES
Fine Foods - Choice Liquors
Manuel E., Stratos C., and Louis E. Janos
"Bowling is fun for everyone" Tel. 1062
11 High Sffeef 'I Mill Street Amesbury, Mass.
P- H- MORRIS MALONE BROS.
WI1oIesaIe DeaIer in
TOBACCO, CIGARS, ETC.
FUEL OIL - RANGE OIL
243 Main Street ANGSIDUYY, Mass
Compliments of C0mPliment-9 of
ROY BROS. BRUNEAU BUICK CO., INC.
I94 Main St.
Amesbmy MOSS' 36 spqfhowk sf. Tel. l322
IN THE LQNG RUN
You and your friends will prize the portrait that
looks like you - your truest selfg free from
stage effects and little conceits. It is in this
"long run" photography that PURDY'S success
has been Won. Portraiture by the camera that
one cannot laugh at or cry over in later years.
For present pleasure and future pride protect
your Photographic Self by having PURDY make
367 Boylston Street Bo ston
Amesbury High School
Class of 1956
Special Discount Rates to All Students of
Amesbury High School
LITERARY, FRONT ROW, Left to right: A. St. Germain,
M. O'Keefe, Editor M. Downer, S. Adams. 2ND ROW:
B. Macey, W. Mercer, J. Baxter. Not pictured: W. East-
man, B. Knowles, A. Desautels.
. I -.1
!,A . 32 ' A s QT' M
. . ,..,r 1. B 'T E S,
Sports Editor R. Briggs and Art Editor S. Rose.
Adviser Charles Bacon, Editor Dona Lee Mc-
Aninch, and Assistant Editor Richard Landry.
TYPING, Left to right: M. Champagne, S. Eaton, and
Chief Typist S. Emond. Not pictured: N. Hersey.
- - N V
X -XM , ,
. .. .
BUSINESS, Left to right: I. Lafey, Business Manager D.
Farmer, Asst. Bus. Mgr. M. Dupuis, T. Holbrook, R.
Dickson- Not pictured: I. Hellen, M. Pearson, A. Stone
R. Kimball, E. Castonguay.
my A' ,,,
111, - T . , ,,-ml 'f. 1 nfl. ,Q ' vt, 5, : L
v 9 f 1
A "' f
' 4 1
h in :mfs
Suggestions in the Amesbury High School - Pow Wow Yearbook (Amesbury, MA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.