Amesbury High School - Pow Wow Yearbook (Amesbury, MA)
- Class of 1960
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Amesbury High Sel1eeL
Throughout our years at Amesbury High School we have
always known the teachers to whom we dedicate this book to
be helpful, friendly, conscientious, and sincere towards each
one of us. Under the ever concerned eyes of these dedicated
persons we have completed an era in our lives which will
never be forgotten.
As a small token of our gratitudewe hereby dedicate this
yearbook to Norma K. Reynolds and Roland H. Woodwell.
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At our departure from the hallowed halls of Amesbury High, we pre-
sent the 1960 Pow-Wow that our fond memories of our days there will
be preserved and that our appreciation of A. H. S. will mellow with age.
The acts of kindness, experience of fellowshipand wise teaching which we
have received there will enable us to surmount untold difficulties in the
Therefore with the ideal of faith through remembrance we present the
1960 edition ofthe Pow-Wow.
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Athletics . . .
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To the Class of1960:
All experience is an arch where-through
Gleams that untraveled world margin fades
Forever and forever when l move.
Since your earliest childhood you have been
approaching such an arch. The margins of your
sight and understanding have been continually ex-
panding. As you look back to your freshman year
you can realize the progress you have made dur-
ing high school. Now that you have finished that
part of your experience, it is not the proper time
nor is there ever a proper time, to stop your
progress toward that great arch you can approach
but never quite reach. Push on! Never falter in
your endeavor to approach more perfect know-
ledge. One is never too old to learn,
Mr. English Fred C. English, Supt.
June 10, 1960
To the Class of 1960:
Congratulations to each member of
the 1960 graduating class for the suc-
cessful completion of your high school
It is our hope that this education you
have received at Amesbury High School
will help you to succeed in your goals
for the future.
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Into the mldst of things. Life is short, art long.
Oh the times! O.h the customs! Labor conquers all things.
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David Tuxbury, Pres.
Peter Bartley, V. Pres.
Laureen Gauron, Sec.
Conrad DiGennaro, Treas.
Charles Joseph Burditt
Marie Rose Gosselln
To those whom we have held in close friendship.
Kenneth Jonathan .Iosephson
1 9 6 O I Peanut Sandy Gracie
Chock full oi brains that's our Bill
We know he'1l always head up hill.
Student Council 1,45 National Honor Society 3, Society Presi-
dent 4g Discussion Club 4, French Club 2g Play Writing Club
4g Senior Play 4g.Iunior PromgDance Committees 45 Fresh-
man Assembly 1gVeteran'S Day 45 Memorial Day lg Science
Assembly lg Honor Roll 1,2,3,4g Pow-Wow Staff, Layout Edi-
tor 4g Junior Rotarian 43 Field Day 1,2g French Award 39
Baseball 1,25 Captain Mathematics Team 4.
Sandy was a quiet type of girl
But on the baton squad she sure can twirl.
Discussion Club 45 Glee Club 1,25 Senior Play 4gJunlor Prom
35 Color Day 3,45 Gym Assemblies 2,35 Color Day Assemblies
3,45 Pow-Wow 45 Baton Squad 2,3,4g Field Day 1,2,3g Intra-
mural Basketball 1,2g National Honor Society 4.
Co-captain of our basketball team,
Grace's a girl who's always on the beam.
National Honor Society 3,49 Treasurer ofsoclety 43 Glee Club
25 French Club 2g Junior Prom 35 Color Day 2,3,4g Basket-
' ball 1,3, Co-captain 49 Intramural Basketball lg Softball 4.
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Arlene i Pete Jeannie H H
Ar1ene's full of pep and fun.
A good time she'll never shun.
Glee Club 15 Pep Club 45 Senior Play 45 Color Day 45 Mirror
Staff 3,45 Olflce Staff 35 Field Day 15 LlbraryAssistant l,2,85
Intramural Basketball Manager I.
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To find a better guy, you'd have to look and look.
Pete rates high in everyone's book.
Play Reading 35 Boys' Glee Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Play
Writing 45 Senior Play 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35
Dance Committees 3,45 Color Day 253,45 Gym Assembly 45
Vice President of Class 3,45 Field Day 45 Monitor 45 Basket-
ball 1,Z,3,45 Track 1,2,3, Captain 45 Football l,2.
Teeny Jeannie, the kids all say,
Is sometlmes quiet, sometimes gay.
Glee Club 1,2535 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Sophomore
Play 25 Dance Committees 1,2,85 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Gym 2,
3,45 Mirror Staff 2,3,45 Offlcestaff 2,35 Mixed Chorus 35 Field
Day l,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Intramural Basketball l,2.
Bambi Terry Frenchy
His real name is Joseph, but we call him Bambi,
At getting along with girls he sure ls handy.
Always full of fun . . . you bell
Theresa's a glrl you just can'l forget.
Senior Play 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Sophomore
Play Z5 Dance Committee l,2,3,45 Gym Assembly 25 Fresh-
man Assembly 15 Cheerleading Assembly 25 Pow-Wow Staff
45 Mirror Staff 2,3545 Home Room Treasurer 1,35 Field Day
1,25 Class Treasurer 152. '
Senior Play 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Dance Com-
mittee 35 Color Day 45 Gym Assembly 2,3545
35 Field Day l,2,3,45 Hockey 1,2,8,45 Football 1,
A real cute chic . . . that's Rochelle.
Everyone agrees she's just swell.
National Honor Society 45 Thrift Club 45 Senior Play 45 Junior
Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Color Day 1,253,145 Thanksgiving As-
sembly 1,25 Gym Assembly 25 Honor Roll l,2,45 Pow-Wow
Staff 45 Mirror Staff 35 Home Room Secretary and Treasurer
25 Office Staff 4.
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Walter Charlie Juicy
Waiter is a champ with arrow and bow.
A long way in life he's sure to go.
Junior Night 3g Senior Play Committee 4.
Senior Play Committee 4.
With a great big smile from ear to ear,
Joyce is full of nothing but good cheer.
Student Council 2,35 Vice President Council 45 National Honor
Society 2,4g Discussion Club 45 French Club 3,45 Senior Play
43 Junior Prom 33 Junior-Night 3g Sophomore Play 25 Dance
Committees l,2,3,4g Color Day 1,2,3,4g Student Council As-
semblles 3,45 Junior Assembly 3g Honor Roll 1,23 Pow-Wow
Staffg Mirror Staff 2,35 Co-editor 4g Field Day 25 Intramural
Basketball 1. 'Q
With his black leather jacket and his motor-cycle hat,
There goes Charlie the real cool cat.
Dimples Der-Fuher B.B. Briggs
Paula's a scholar and an actress too!
In future success she'll be beaten by few.
Student Council 45 Glee Club 35 Junior Prom 35 Junior Play
35 Sophomore Play 25 Dance Committees 2,35 Color Day 2,35
Veteran's Day Assembly 45 Thanksgiving Assembly 45 Gym
Assembly 25 Student Council Assembly 2,85 Honor Roll l,2,
3,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Mirror Staff 45 Office Staff 1,25 Mixed
Chorus 35 Field Day 15 Library Assistant 15 Intramural Bas-
ketball 15 Senior Play, Cast 4
Lloyd loves to argue and debate,
He'd sure be great as the Secretary of State.
Student Council President 45 Play Reading Club 35 National
Honor Society 3,45 Discussion Club 45 French Club 25 Play
Writing Club 45 Senior Play 45 Junior Night 35Dance Com-
mittees 45 Color Day 45 Mathematics Assembly 25 Good
Government Assembly 45 Veterans Day Assembly 45 Thanks-
giving Assembly 45 Gym Assembly 25 Student Council As-
sembly 35 Junior Assembly 35 Honor Roll 2,3,45 Pow-Wow
Staff, Co-Editor 45 Rotarian 45 Audio Visual Aid 15 Boy's
State Delegate 35 Monitor 45 Good Government Representative
45 Charles Palmer-Davis Award 15 Track 3,45 Football 1,2,
35 Mathematics Team 45 Laboratory Assistant 3.
When you hear a quarrel or a friendly fight,
There you'l1 find Marcia, and she's usually right.
National Honor Society 3,45 Discussion Club 45 Trl-Hi-Y 15
Glee Club 1,25 French Club 2,3,45 Thrift Club l,3,45 Pep Club
45 Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35
Sophomore Play 25 Dance Committees 1,2,3,45 Color Day 1,
2,3,45 Thanksgiving Assembly 3,45 Gym Assembly 2,35 Stu-
dent Council 35 Honor Roll 2,3,45Editor Literary Committee,
Pow-Wow Staff 45 Graduation Usher 35 Baton Squad 25 Drum
Majorette 3,45 Office Staff 2,35 Acappella Choir 15 Field Day
1,2,85 School Reporter 45 Basketball 35 Basketball- Manager
45 Intramural Basketball 1.
In hockey and football Phil is keen,
For hlm, days that aren't filled with sports,
Are few and far between.
I-Ii-Y 1: Senior Play Committee 45 Junlor Prom 35 Junior
Night 35 Dance Committees 1,2,3g Color Day l,2,3,4, Gym
Assembly 2,35 Fleld Day 1,2,3,4g Track 1,23 Hockey l,2,3,4
WILLIAM R. BROWN
When the chi s are finally down
Coming through will be Billy R.,Bl'0Wll. , ,
Junior Prom 39 Gym Assembly 2,39 Field Day 1,2,3,4g Track
8,45 Hockey l,2,3,4g Football 2.
WILLIAM A. BROWN
Athletlc ls his middle name.
This trait is sure to bring him much fame.
Senior Play 4, Junior Prom 3, Junior Night 33 Dance Com-
mittees 2,3,4g Color Day 3,4g GymAssemb1y 2,85 Home Room
Officer 23 Junior Rotarlan 4, Field Day 1,2,3,4g Monitor 43
Track 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,4g Football 1,2,3, Captain 4, In-
tramural Basketball 1.
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Louie Marsh Buzzy
Louie is a great sport in every way.
He hopes to become a famous athlete some day.
We wish luck and lots of joy,
For he's A. H. S.'s All American Boy.
Student Council 15 Hi-Y 15 Senior Play Committee 45 Junior
Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Gym Assembly
2,3,45 Honor Roll 15 Audio Visual Aids l,2,3,45 Field Day 45
Basketball l,2,35 Track 152, Co-captain 35 Football 1,2,3.
Marcia is a stylish gal,
Whom all the boys have as their pal.
There are girls by the tens and girls by the score
Butjust one Marcia--that's all--no more.
Playreadlng 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 French Club 25 Thrift Club
1,25 Pep Club 45 Senior Play, Cast 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior
Night 35 Dance Committee l,2,3,45 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Gym
Assembly 253,45 Cheerleading Assembly 25 Mirror Staff 25
Cheerleader 3,45 Home Room Officer 1,25 Office Sta!! 25 Field
John is the class comedian,
Tell a joke? He sure can! -
Although he's a bit hashful and shy
Everyone agrees he's a right nice guy.
Senior Play 'Committee 45 Junior Night 35 Color Day 45 Gym
Assembly 25 Talent Show 45 Field Day 152,35 Hockey 2,3,4.
Mary Franny Chauncey
Mary's jolly, bouncy, and full of fun,
A lot for A. H. S. she sure has done.
Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3, Secretary of
Society 43 Discussion Club President 43 French Club 3, Pep
Club 43 Senior Play 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Sophomore
Play 25 Dance Committee 1,2,8,4g Color Day 1,2,3,4g Gym
Assembly 2,33 Honor Roll l,2,3,4g Pow-Wow Staff 43 Mirror
Staif 2,3,4g Member-at-large 25 Graduation Usher 3, Cheer-
leader 3,43 Office Staff 2,3,4g Girls' State Alternate 33 Field
Day 1,2,3g Cheerleading Assembly 2.
Never loud, never ostentatious,
Always pleasing, always gracious.
Glee Club 1,2,3g Band 1,25 Senior Play Committee 45 Gym
Chauncey is often being pushed around,
But a better guy could never be found.
Although he is a bit short,
A lot ot' personality he has got.
Student Council 2,3g Dance Committee 3, Color Day 1,2,3,4g
Gym Assembly 2,3,4g Home Room Officer 2,3, Fie1dDay l,2,
3,43 Baseball 35 Hockey 4, Football l,2,3,4.
Cookie Dave Lin
Cookie's as friendly as he can be,
A real nice person we all agree.
Senior Play Committee 4.
A typical football player that's our Dave.
Much needed strength to the team he gave.
For him a game was sink or swim,
Yet he was one who never gave in.
Thrilt Club 35 Senior Play Committee 4gJunior Night 35 Color
Day 15 Gym Assembly Z,3,4g Student Council Assembly 1,25
Freshman Assembly lg Junior Assembly 35 Talent Show 45
Home Room Officer 1,2,3g Audio-Vlsua1Alds l,2,3,4g Field
Day 1,2,3,4g Basketball 13 Track l,2,3,4g Football l,2,3,4,
Intramural Basketball 1,2.
Linda ls always so polite,
One never finds her in a fight.
Another of her traits is being neat.
A girl like her can't be beat.
Head Bank Cashier, Thrllt Club 45 Junior Prom Committee
35 Dance Committee 1,2,3g Color Day Committee 1,2,3,4g
Honor Roll 2,33 Pow-Wow Staff, Copy Editor 4, Mirror Staff
2,3,4g Home Room Officer LQ Office Staff 3,4.
Jude Dick J ossy
JUDY CROTEAU ,
In homeroom she was a riot. '
With all her talk about a dlet.
Glee Club 1,23 Color Day Committee 49 Pow-Wow Art Com-
mittee 4, Mirror Staff 4g Baton Squad lg Field Day lg Libra-
ry Assistant 3g Intramural Basketball Manager 1. 3
From Ohio came our Dick.
A real gentlemen we must admit.
I am college bound, says he
And we reply, Best of luck to thee.
Senior Play Committee 45 Track 45 Football 4.
A real sportswoman, that's our Jos.
She says basketball and field hockey are the most.
Always laughing and looking for fun,
With that special smile for everyone.
Discussion Club 3,45 Trl-I-li-Y 15 Glee Club 1,2g French Club
3,45 Thrift Club 35 Senior Play Committee 45 Junior Prom
Committee 35 Color Day Committee 3,4g Gym Assembly 2,3,
4g Pow-Wow Stall 4.
Now, with all those pounds removed I
Judy sure looks real smooth. .
Tootsie Boo Dick
staff 2,3,4g Field Day 2.
What does Boo like better than school?
It's a winning game of pool.
He's witty, charming, and a dancer too!
At being friendly he can be beaten by few.
National Honor Society 3,45 Discussion Club 45 Senior Play
Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Cast
35 Sophomore Play 25 Dance Committee 2,35 Color Day 3,45
Freshman Assembly 13 Junior Assembly 35 Honor Roll l,2,
3,45 Pow-Wow Advertising Editor 45 Member at Large 35
Treasurer 45 Field Day 25 Baseball l,2,35 Mathematics Team
RICHARD DiSTE FANO
A little quieter every day.
Senior Play Committee 4.
. BERNADETTE DeBOISBRlAN'D
A quiet girl until you get to know her
A precious pearl to the boys who pursue her
An Airline Stewardess she wants to be
See you on that first flight, TOOYLSIC
Student Council 45 Discussion Club 4 Senior Play 4 Junior
Prom Committee 35 Junior Play Committee 3 Dance Com
mittee 1,2,3,45 Color Day 1 2,3 4, Pow Wow Staff 4 Mirror
He goes along his merry way
E ddie Downsy
Eddle's often telling a joke or two.
His laughs are many and his cares are few.
Hi-Y lg Senlur Play Committee 43 Gym Assembly 2,3g Talent
Show 4g Field Day l,2,3g Basketball 1,23 Baseball l,2,3g Foot-
WILLIAM DRABIK A L 5
Come sit on my lap, said Bill to a girl.
And she plunked down after taking a twirl, y..
You won't get tired if I sit on your knee? '
If I do I'll slt on your's, sald hel ll
Student Council 43 Senior Play Cast 45 Junior Prom 33 Junior
Night Committee 35 Color Day Committee l,2,3,4g Junior As-
sembly 33 Pow-Wow Staff 4.
A real smooth guy that's our Davld Downs.
With the girls he made the rounds.
Often he's the funniest guy under the sun.
Yet, he still searches for more fun.
Senior Play Committee 43 Gym Assembly 2.
Dube Dumpy Terri
A great kid is this gal called Flossie.
Always friendly, never bossy.
Perhaps it's because of her friendly smile,
That she shall soon go down the aisle.
Student Council Representative 1,23 Play Reading 3,43 Glee
Club l,2,3g Thrift Club l,ZgSenior Play Committee 41 Junior
Prom Committee 33 Junior Night Committee 3g Sophomore
Play Committee 2gDance Committee 1,2,3,4g Color Day Com-
mittee 2,3g Gym Assembly 2,3315 Sophomore Assembly 25
Mirror Staff 2,3,4g Field Day 1,23 Library Assistant l.
Dunphy's jokes are a riot.
ln home room she's never quiet.
In a class she's teacher's pest.
But we all agree that she's the best.
Discussion Club 39 Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Senior Play Cast 4g Junior
Prom Committee 35 Junior Night Committee 35 Dance Com-
mittee 1,2,3,4g Color Day Committee 1,2,3,4g Honor Roll
1,2,3g Co-editor 45 Field Day l,2.
A happy girl is our Terri.
When with her you're always merry.
Because she likes to gab the mostest.
She wants to be an airline hostess.
Discussion Club 45 Glee Club lg Thrift Club 2,4g Senior Play
Cast 45 Dance Committee 23 Color Day Committee 4g Veter-
ans's Day Assembly 29 Talent Show 1,2,3,4g Freshman As-
sembly lg Honor Roll 2,35 Pow-Wow Staff 43 Mirror Staff 25
Glee Club Concert Usher 3,4g Baton Squad 3,45 Field Day lg
Library Assistant lg Guidance Assistant 3,4.
When the news of no cars at school got to Dyke,
- She threatened that she would ride her bike!
Arlene's always peppy and on the go.
A real swell girl for anyone to know.
Discussion Club 33 Glee Club l,23Senior Play Usher 4, Junior 'SQ rf i
Prom Committee 33 Junior Night Committee 3, Dance Com-
mittees 1,2,3,4gColor Day Committees l,Z,3,4g Mirror Staff j
3,4, Field Day lg Intramural Basketball 1.
Always singing that's Georgette,
A nicer girl can't be met.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Thanksgiving Assembly 2, Talent Show 3,
Office Sta!! 45 Acappel1a.Choir 1,25 Library Assistant 25 Mixed
Dave is jolly and full of fun.
At being friendly he can't be outdone.
I-Ie made a good president for the bandg
As everyone agrees, he sure is grand.
Band, President 145 1,2,3,4gSenior P1aygJunlor NlghtgJun.ior
Assembly, Pow-Wow Staff, Field Day 1,2,3g Baseball 23 Foot-
Bill Mabe Mary
You can look up, down, and around,
But a greater kid than Bill can never be found.
Senior Play 4.
Mabel's a real hot duck
With nine lives and lots of luck.
Her favorite song is the Beatnik Fly:
Take a look and you'll know why!!
Discussion Club 35 Trl-Hi-Y l,2g Glee Club 1,23 Senior Play
Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 3g Junior Night Com-
mittee 35 Dance Committees 1,2,3,4g Color Day Committees
1,2,3,4g Mirror Staff 3,45 Office Staff 35 Field Day l.
With her curly hair and twinkling eye,
Mary's spirits are always high.
Glee Club 43 Thrift Club 4g Junior Night Committee 3g Color
Day Committee 45 Pow-Wow Stall.
Pinto John Felch
Bob ls a quiet type of guy,
Very modest and kind of shy.
Thrift Club l,2g Gym Assembly 2,3.
Charles ls always willing to have some fun.
l-le'll go along wlth everyone.
Gym Assembly 2.
John ls quiet, yet cheerful too,
A nice person to have around when blue.
Mary Ann Bobby Lo- Lo
MARY ANN FELCH
A movie fan is Mary Anng
She takes ln a show whenever she can.
Glee Club l,2,4g Pep Club 49 Color Day Committees 2,45 Gym
Assembly 23 Pow-Wow Staff, Home Room Officer 1,25 Field
The senior class llttlevlnan
But act grown up--he sure can!
When you're with Lois, you can never be blue,
For you end up ln stltches when she gets through.
Discussion Club 35 Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Glee Club 2g Senior Play
Commlttee 4, Junlor Prom 35 Junlor Night 35 Dance Com-
mittees 1,2,3,4g Color Day Commlttees 1,2,3,4g Mirror Staff
2,3,4g Field Day 1,2.
Linda Dolores Gaysle
She is quite short and rather small
Things that make Linda a living doll.
Glee Club 3,45 Honor Roll 1, Library Assistant 3
Head Cheerleader she was elected
To be a nurse she has selected.
Walking by, how the boys do sigh
And everlasting ls her sweet HL
Student Council Rep. 2,35 French Club 35 Thrilt Club 1,2
Pow-Wow Stafl4g Discussion Club 4, Class Secretary l,2,3,4
Honor Roll 4, Mirror Stall 2,3,4g Graduation Usher 3, Cheer'
leader 3,43 Captain 45 Office Stall 2.3.4: Field DBY 2.3.
There is kindness upon her face,
And sweetness ln her thoughts
Her heart must be as pure as lace
For her friendship can't be bought
National Honor Society 3 Glee Club 4, Senior Play 4, High
Honor Roll lg Pow-Wow Stall 4 Mirror Stalt 2 Home Room
Officer 2g Library Assistant 3
CLASS OF W
John Freddie Marlene
A nicer boy you'll never meet.
A friendly smile that can't be beat,
The captain of our hockey team,
To go to college is his dream.
I-Ii-Y lg Junior Prom Committee 3g Color Day Committee 2,
3: Gym Assembly 2,3g Home Room Officer 1,2,4g Junlor Ro-
tarian Field Day l,2,3g Baseball l,2,3,4g Hockey l,Z,3, Cap-
tain 43 Football l.
Speeding around in his boat at the lake.
Take it easy, Fred, for heaven's sake.
I-Ii-Y lg Basketball l,2.
A nurse one day Marlene will be.
The best around--just wait and see.
V Band l,2,3,4g Senior Play Committee 49 Gym Assembly 25
Band Assembly l,2,3,-13 Field Day 1,23 Intramural Basket-
Jeff - Bobby Carlie
A little witty sometimes,
But of times very clever.
Always trying to do his best
A success he'll be forever.
Playreading 33 National Honor Society 4g Senior Play, Cast
4, Junior Night 3, Science Assembly lg Junior Assembly 3,
Freshman Assembly lg Honor Roll 1,2,3,4gAudio-Visual Aid
A little nonsense new and then
Is relished by the most serious men.
A skier and a sea scout too.
Carl's so busy he's never through.
Discussion Club 3,45 Band lg Senior Play 4, Field Day 1,2..
Playwrlting Club 4, Discussion Club, President 45 Senior
Play, Cast 4, Junior Prom 3, Junior Night 83 Thanksgiving
Assembly 45 Gym Assembly 2, Junior Assembly 3, English
Assembly 43 Honor Roll 45 Pow-Wow Staff 4, Homeroom
Treasurer lg!-lomeroom Secretary 3g Field Day 1,25 Hockey
1,25 Intramural Basketball l,2.
You should see her whirl on her
With all her friends, you bet, she rates.
Discussion Club 3g Tri-Hi-Y 1,23 Pep Club 49 Color Day 1,2,
3,45 Honor Roll 17 Field Day 2,3.
Peggy Marcia Kent
Dancing runs in Peggy's clan.
Becoming a dancing teacher is her only plan.
Color Day 1,2,83 Talent Show Sg Guidance Assistant 4.
Always smiling, always neat.
Our Loraine ls real sweet.
Student Council Representative 43 Discussion Club 35 Junior
Prom 35 Junior Night 39 Field Day 1,23 Sophomore Play 23
Dance Committee l,2,3,4g Color Day 1,2,3,4g Cheerleading
Assembly 23 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Homeroom Officer 23 Office
Alan K. K. Marlon
ln class does he study?--Why, no! f
He's too busy listening to hls radio. - '
I-Ii-Y 15 Gym Assembly 2,35 Field Day 1,25 Football 1. I I
Karen is chic in every way.
She has sparkling eyes and nice things to say.
Discussion Club 45 Senior Play 45 Dances 1,25 Color Day 1,
2,45 Gym Assembly 3,45 Homeroom Officer 1,25 Office Staff
35 Field Day 1,Z,3,4.
Marlon has another side
Which she is at pains to hide.
Discussion Club 3,45 Glee Club 15 Pep Club 45 Senior Play 45
Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Color Day 2,3,45 Honor Roll
2,35 Mirror staff 45 Field Day 2.
' 35 Junior Night
j ' 2,3,45 Thanksg
' Honor Roll 1,2
As we go along life's way
We'll never forget the kind things sh
Color Day 35 Mirror Staff 3,45 Office Staff 4.
- Senior Play 45
Robie Joanne Cornflakes
Robie, we prophesy, would go far
II she'd hitch her wagon to a star.
National Honor Society 45 Discussion Club 45 Trl-Hl-Y 13
Glee Club l,2,35 Band 1,25 French Club 25 Thrift Club l,2,3,
45 Pep Club 45 Playwriting Club 45 Senior Play 45 Junior Prom
35Sophomore Play 25 Dances 15 Color Day 1,
iving Assembly 3,45 Color Day Assembly 2,45
53,45 Pow-Wow Sialf 45 Mirror Staff 45 Mixed
Chorus 35 ACappella Choir l,2,35 Field Day l,2.
e had to say.
Marcia's easy-going and really doesn't care.
But she'll do anything if someone says I dare.
Color Day 1,2,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Library
The Bell Seven Don
With pencil and paper Jeannie's at ease.
When it comes to drawing, for her its a breeze.
Band l,2,3,4gSenior Play 45 Color Day 1,2545 Christmas As-
sembly l,2,3,45 Pow-Wow Staff 4.
He always works hard with strenuous will.
For he's the type that can never sit still.
Student Council 45 Discussion Club 45 Color Day 15 Veterans
Day 45 Math Assembly 15 Science Assembly 25 Audio-Visual
Aid 15 Field Day 2.
J EANNE LEBEL
Gerry sleeps ln must of his classes,
But he has no worries--he always passes.
Color Day 15 Gym Assembly 25 Honor Roll 1,35 Field Day 1,
25 Basketball 15 Track 3,45 Football l,2,3.
He added some fun to our Senior Play
Just as he does every day.
Senior Play 45Junior Prom 35 Gym Assembly 25 Home Room
Officer lg Field Day 1,2,3,4g Baseball 45 Football 1,25 Intra-
mural Basketball 1.
Alice Vic Mona
Music is labeled tops on her list.
To teach is Alice's fondest wish.
Glee Club 45 Senior Play 45 Color Day 45 Talent Show 4.
Mona's famous for her jitterbug.
She really gets going when they roll up the rug.
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g French Club 35 Senior Play 45 Junior Prom
33 Dance Committees 2,45 Color Day 2,3,4g Junior Assembly
3: Pow-Wow Staff 43 Office Staif 35 ACappella Choir 3.
Why aren't you all contented llke me.
Junlor Prom 3 Color Day l,Z, Gym Assembly 2,3,4g Home
Room Offlcer 2 Track l 2 3 4 Hockey l,2,3,4g Football lg
m Norm Jackie
Student Councll 1 2 Dlscusslon Club 33 Junior Prom 3g Color
Day 1 2 3 4 Cheerleadxng Assembly 23 Mirror Slalf 2,3,4,
To make the world a friendly place,
Norman adds hls smiling face.
Senior Play, Cast 43 Junior Prom 85 D
Field Day 2,33 Baseball 23 Football 1.
4 1.. W.,
Though sometlmes unsuccessfully.
And everyone thinks he's really swell.
A vague desire an undefined longing
The beat, beat generation--no belonging.
Senior Play 45 Color Day Committee 45 Gym Assembly 25
Field Day 1.
Puppy Nels Ginny
To finish his high school education, he did return
From the service and relaxation to see how much he would
Student Council 35 Junior Prom 35 Dances Z5 Field Day 35
Basketball 1,35 Track 2: Football 1,2,3.
Ginny's a girl who loves to be teased.
Embarrassed she gets, but we all know she's pleased.
Tri-I-li-Y 15 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Senior Play 45 Junior Prom
35 Color Day 3.
Mousie Pam Shay
Although Mouse ls his nickname
On skis he's anything but tame.
Boys Glee Club 35 Junior Night Committee 35 Gym Assembly
2,35 Mixed Chorus 35 Field Day 1,25 Football l,2,3,
Pam's five feet with eyes oi brown
One of the sweetest girls in town.
Student Council Representative 25 Student Council Assembly
35 Senior Play 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Sophomore
Play 25 Dance Committee 1,2,8,45 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Mirror
Staff 2,3,45 Homeroom Secretary 25 Office Staff 25 Field Day
Sharon goes for service men,
At Pease she has made many a friend.
Discussion Club 35 Glee Club 45 B00k Club 35 Senior Play 45
Junior Night 35 Guidance Assistant 4.
Joey Judy Paul
Attempts the end and never stands in doubt.
No problem is too hard for Joey to find out.
Student Council 1,2535 National Honor Society 3,45 Discussion
Club 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Dance Committee 35
Color Day 2,35 Gym Assembly 25 Honor Roll i5 Pow-Wow
Staff 45 Boys' State 35 Field Day 1.25 Track 3,45 Hockey 1,2,
3,43 Football 1.
JUDITH OUELLET - -
Judy's main aim is to get rich quick
Just to go on a continuous kick.
Never to work--only to play
Wonderful way to spend every day.
Tri-Hi-Y 1,25 Glee Club 1,3,45 Junior Prom 35 Junior Night
35 Color Day 33 Honor Roll 154.
A peppy and witty character is Sheg
Fun loving we're sure she'll always be.
Marriage is her constant dreamg
Of her household she'll be queen.
Student Council 45 Discussion Club 45 Thrift Club 1,25 Pep
Club 45 Senior Play, Cast 43 Junior Prom 35 Dance Committee
1,2545 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Gym Assembly 25 Cheerleading As-
sembly 25 Honor Roll 25 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Mirror Staff 2,3,45
Cheerleader 3,45 Homeroom Officer 45 Field Dav 2.
Sonny Sandy Dave
Although Harold is a great tease,
He always puts everyone at ease.
Gym Assembly 25 Honor Roll 15 Field Day 2,33 Track 1,45
Always willing to have some fun,
Bu! never shlrking when there's work to be done.
Trl-Hi-Y 1gG1ee Club lg Band 1,2,3,4g French Club 3g Senlor
Play 4gJunior Prom 35 Junlor Nlght 33 Dance Committee 3,4g
Color Day l,2,4g Band Assembly 1,2,3,4g Junlor Play 35 A-
Cappella Choir lg Basketball 1,2.
DAVID PEARSON Ei 'C'
A real riot that's our Dave. .
Much humor to the senior class he gave.
Glee Club 33 Senlor Play 45 Junior Prom 33 Junior Night 35
Gym Assembly 2,3g Mixed Chorus 35 A Cappella Choir 3.
1960 C '
Bob Chris Gooba
- ROBERT PEROCCHI
At the A and P you'll find Bob5
Carrying bimdles is his job.
Senior Play 45 Gym Assembly 2,35 Field Day 1,2,3.
She's a trifle shy and serious too
But she's a loyal friend and classmate true.
Student Council 35 National Honor Society 3,45 French Club
35 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Thrift Club 1,25 Senior Play 45
Junior Prom 35Jun1or Night 35 Dance Committee l,Z,35 Color
Day 1,2,3,45 Gym Assembly 2,35 Cheerleading Assembly 25
Honor Roll 1,2,3,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Mirror Staff 2,45 Cheer-
leader 3,45 Homernom Officer 15Gir1s' State 35 Fieldbay l,2.
When snapping on her Dentyne,
She's always heard before she's seen.
Glee Club 35Junior Prom 35 Junior Night, Cast 35 Color Day
2,3,45 Cheerleading Assembly 25 Guidance Assistant 3,4.
Pauly Sally Rosy
Hedda Hopper's her second nameg
By gathering news--she's galned her fame.
Senior Play 45 Junlor Prom 35 Junlor Night 35 Dance Com-
mittee 35 Color Day Committee 1,2,3,45 Mirror Staff 2,8,4.
An important actress ln all of our plays
Brllllant and pleasant ln all oi her ways.
National Honor Soclety 3,4,Vice Presldent 45 Glee Club l,2,
35 French Club 25354, Vlce President 3, Presldent 45 Play-
wrltlng Club 45 Senior Play, Cast 45 Junior Prom 35 Junior
Night Cast 35 Sophomore Play, Cast 25 Dance Committee 2,35
Color Day Commlttee 253,45 Cheerleading Assembly 25 Gym
Assembly 35 Junlor Assembly 35 Playwrltlng Assembly 45
Honor Roll l,2,3,45 Pow-Wow Staff, Co-Editor 45 Math Com-
petltlon 45 Graduation Usher 35 Office Staff 35 Field Day 1,2,
3,45 Parents' Night Usher 45 D.A,R. Award 45 Grace B. Carr
Award 35 Girls Softball 8,45 Intramural Basketball 1.
The nickname Rosy fits hlm to a teag
Get him embarrassed and then you'll see.
Senior Play 45 Basketball 45 Baseball l,2,3,45 Football 1,3.
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Bobby's the head of the boy's love lorn.
He solves all their problems, so they no longer mourn.
For whenever the boys need advice,
His answers always seem to suffice.
Discussion Club 4g Hi-Y 13 Senior Play Committee 43 Junior
Prom 35 Sophomore Play 25 Dance Committee 83 Gym As-
sembly 2g Field Day l,2,3,4g Basketball 13 Track 2,35 Foot-
ball i,3,4g Intramural Basketball 1,2.
Moe Rossi Ann
Boys never spun Maureen on a wheel
But someday she'll fall hard--head over heell
Discussion Club 3g Trl-Hi-Y lg Senior Play Committee 4g
Gym Assembly 23 Honor Roll 1, Field Day 1,23 Guidance As-
sistant 4g Basketball 1,2.
A good sense oi humor, intelligence too
Combine to make Andrea one out of fewl
National Honor Society 3,4gDlscusslon Club 3,43 French Club
2,3,4g Senior Play 43 Junior Prom 33 Junior Night 35 Color
Day 8,45 Honor Roll 2,3,43 Pow-Wow Staff, Editor of Activi-
ties 43 Mirror Staff 45 Parents' Night Usher 43 Graduation
Usher 33 Mathematics Team 4.
Joey Tubby Sheila
At his homework he never looks
For, what he seeks is not in books!
Discussion Club 45 Senior Play 43 Junior Night 35 Color Day
4g Field Day 2,3g Track 3,4.
Tro hles on the shelf ribbons on the wall,
When riding in the horse shows--
Sheila gives lt her all!
Glee Club 49 Senior Play 45 Junior Night 3g
The Clark Gable of typing class
All the girls he does harass!
Discussion Club 45 Mirror Staff 33 Library Assistant 3,4.
Color Day 1 .
Sal Sully 'Swrsa
Whether its' time to work or time to dally
Others may shllly-shallye-not Sally!
National Honor Society 3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,-15 Senior Play 45
Junior Prom 35 Color Day 3,45 Honor Roll 1,2,35 Pow-Wow
Staff 45 Graduation Usher 35 Office Staff 35 Mixed Chorus 35
A Cappella Choir 35 Cheerleading Assembly 25Civics Award 1.
Ed has the name of a T. V. star
You can bet your life he'll go far.
Discussion Club 45 Senior Play 45 Junior Night 35 Junior Prom
35 Dance Committee l,2,3,45 Color Day l,2,3,45 Field Day 1,
2,3,45 Track l,25 Hockey 2.
Sally has found a foolproof scheme
A little work, a little play--a lot of dreams!
Discussion Club 45 Trl-Hi-Y 15 Glee Club 1,2,35 Band 1,25
French Club 2,45 Thrift Club 3,45 Playwritlng Club 45 Senior
Play, Cast 45 Junior Night 3, Junior Prom, Co-chairman 35
Sophomore Play 25 Dance Committee 25 Color Day 1,2,3,45
Color Day Assembly 2,45 Honor Roll 152,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45
Mirror staff 45 Mixed Chorus 35 ACappel1aCholr 1,25 Field
Mary Kitty Anne
MARY TAYLOR ,
Mary's not modest or shy 5
She gives every guy the eye.
Trl-H1-Y l5Glee Club 1,2,3,45Senlor Play 45 Gym Assembly ,
1,2,3,45 Offlce Staff 35 ACappellaCho1r 35Mixed Chorus 45 , - 3
Field Day l,2,35 Intramural Basketball l.
A sure success in the future to come.
She'll out do us all and then some!
Student Council 152,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Discussion
Club 35 French Club 2,35 Vice Presldent 45 Playwrlting Club
45 Color Day 1,2,3,45 Pow-Wow Staff 45 Mirror Stall 25 Gradu-
atlon Usher 35 Intramural Basketball 1.
ANNE TORQSIAN ,
Anne's a petite girl
And always acts tres gully.
She's always working on her French -
And for the Amesbury Daily. 5 5
French Club 2,35 Playwrltlng Club 45 Senior Play 45 Junior
Prom 35Junlor Night 85 Color Day 2,3,45 Honor Roll 25 Mir-
ror Staff 45 Intramural Basketball 1.
Dave Jane Tux
Dave's been through all four years of high
But everyone knows he's a real swell guy!
With gentle and prevailing force
Jane's intent upon her destined course.
Glee Club 2,3,4g Band l,2,3,4g French Club 2,3,4g Senior Play
4g Color Day 35 Talent Show 2,35 Thanksgiving Assembly lp
Freshman Assembly 15 Honor Roll 1.2: Mixed Chorus 85 A-
Cappella Choir 15 Intramural Basketball 1.
Dave's really qulte a guy.
His looks and personality catch every girl's eye.
Student Council 1,45 Play Reading 3,45 Discussion Club 3,43
Boy's Glee Club 35 Class President Z,3,4g Senior Play 43 Jun-
lor Prom Committee 33 Junior Night 35 Sophomore Play 25
Dance Committee l,2,3,4g Color Day l,Z,3,-ig Gym Assembly
2,43 Junior Assembly 85 Senior Assembly 45 Honor Roll 15
Homeroum Officer 11 Mixed Chorus 3g Field Day l,2,3,4g
Monitor 45 Basketball, Captain 4, 1,2,3g Baseball 25 Track 2,
35 Football lg Intramural Basketball 2.
Field Day 1,2,3. N
Shlrl Carolyn Lin
Yakklng and gabblng ls a sure trslt of Shirl
She always seems to be ln a whirl. '
Dlscusslon Club 33 Senior Play 43 Color Day l,2,3,43 Mirror
Staff 1,3,4g Fleld Day 1,2.
A specxal smile for everyone
So sweet and yet so full of fun.
, K Discussion Club 4g Honor Roll 1,2,3,4gNatlonal Honor Society
45 Guidance Assistant 4.
As carefree as the day is long
Be like Linda--you can't go wrong!
Trl-Hl-Y 13 Glee Club 1,2,3g Baton Squad 1,2,3,4g Field Day ' .
lg Guidance Assistant 3,45 Basketball 2.
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Wooshy ls a swell kld and he really is a brain
Next year he'11 be busy studying at that college ln Maine.
Honor Roll 45 Field Day 1,2,3.
Woodsy Wooshy Gall
We all know that from beginning to end
Jean will be a stead-fast friend.
Senior Play 4g Honor Roll 15 Pow-Wow
4g Field Day 1,25 Guidance Assistant 4.
Staff 45 Mirror Staff
Gail has an outfit for all her moods.
She wears red when she's happy
And black when she broods.
Glee Club 39 Thrift Club 1,25 Senior Play 43 Color Day Com-
mlttee 43 Gym Assembly 25 Pow-Wow Sta!! 49 Library As-
slstant 2,3,4g Guidance Assistant 45 Intramural Basketball 2. V
Pat Manny Ricky
Patty is known for being so neat.
Ask all her frlendsa-she just can't be beat. '
Trl-Hi-Y 1,25 Thrift Club 1,25Senlor Play 45Dances2g Color
Day 1,2,35 Gym Assembly 25 Honor Roll 2,35 Home Room Of-
ficer 45 Ofllce Staff 45 Field Day LZ.
Manny's a whiz on the basketball floor,
And girls to him are never a bore.
When it comes to girls, Ricky's not bllnd. - ..
He's just like his brother, for they're two of a kind!
Senior Play 45 Color Day 1,35 Gym Assembly 3,45 Field Day
1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,25 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45
Basketball Manager 3,45 Football Manager 3.
, Junior Prom 35 Junior Night 35 Color D
Mlrror Stall 25 Audio-Visual Ald 2,35 Fie1dDay l 2 3 4 Bas
ketball 1,2,3,45 Baseball l,Z,35 Football 1 2 3 4
Ron's anoLher of our quiet boys,
Field Day l,2,3,4.
But kindness and friendliness he always employs!
Peter is shy and he don't dig girls
But on the basketball court he sets us ln whirls.
Basketball l,2,3,4g Baseball 8,4.
Bob's definitely a basketball star.
If he keeps it up, hels sure to go far.
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Come my children and you shall hear the fate of the seniors far and
near. We've looked around and found them all. The stout the thin the
short and tall.
They've roamedthe earthfrom sea to sea and these are the things that
were told to me in the nineteen-hundred and seventy.
Linda Cote is now working as an understudy for Julia Mead on the Ed
Judy Croteau has started a home for wayward boys.
Dick Crowe makes millions polishing brass door knobs.
Jossy Dalmolen is now selling wooden shoes at Claytons Shoe Store.
Conrad DiGennaro, Lloyd Briggs, and Jeff Healy will receive gold
picks and shovels June 20, 1970 for 10 years of faithful service at the
department of public works.
Richard DiStefano is working at Hoyts by heck, shelling peanuts by the
Eddie Dovmer is a wholesale dealer for deoderized manure.
David Downs is now living in the South Seas giving dancing lessons
to hula girls.
Billy Drabik is a leading Chicago gangster. The new Al Capone.
Florence Dube was voted Mother of 1970. She now has 24 children!
Sharon Dunphy is poerating the Salisbury-Maine bus line.
Theresa Dupuis, Judy Quigley, and Jean Wood are working on the
chorus line at Ronald Young's Night Club in Las Vagas.
Linda Wiggin is now seen walking up Main Street pushing her banana
Arlene Dyke recently received a silver cup for the best cow milker.
Georgette Emond now sings in Carnegie Hall.
Mable Evans has gained more fame than Shakespeare by her fabulous
novel, I'm in love with a wonderful guy .
Mary Evans is the new Betty Crocker--Mary always said the way to
a ma.n's heart is through his stomach.
Robert Frothingham is now working as a lamplighter at the Franklin
Lois Fulford designs hats for sports car drivers.
Sandra Armstrong is now doing well as a Fuller Brush woman.
Arlene Bartley is an elastic teater at Bartley's corsette factory.
Carolyn Vessels was awarded citations for bravery in the Waves.
Gail Woodard is now president of The Mother Haters Club of
Patty York is a waitress at Pease Air Force Base.
Donald Lieber designs nose cones for toy rockets.
Ginny Morrill is an overseas entertainer for service men.
Emma Marchand broadcasts daily on The Night Life of Jeannie
Mona Mailloux shocks clams at Victor Loisells's Lobster Pound.
Donald Matthews is still trying to pull the wool over the eyes of a
flock of sheep that were the class oi '60'.
Sharon O'Brien is still pulling in money from her Gold Record, I'm
Joseph O'Keefe was hired recently at the Clover Club to blow the
froth off beers.
Judy Ouellet collects money for the Salvation Army at the annual
Pauline Pare is now raising puppies.
Harold Parents was indited by the Gra.nd Jury recently for accepting
Sandra Parkman keeps busy giving poodles permanents.
Pauline Riopel is modeling clothes at J .M. Fields.
Alice Loiselle is putting the stars Ez stripes on flags.
Paula Boutin is an expert on modern marriage problems.
Robert Morrill is manager of the Glove Trotters.
Be it remembered that we, the graduating class of 1960 of Amesbury High School,
in the commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound mind and memory, but
realizing the uncertainty of this life, do make this our last will and testament,
hereby revoking all wills and testaments by us at anytime heretofore made.
After the payment of our just debts and funeral charges, we bequeath the following:
To The Faculty
Item: More time.
Item: Our gratitude for the interest and guidance which was shownus through
our past four years at Amesbury High.
Item: Our hope that future students will appreciate and benefit from this helpful
To The Student Body
Item: Better grades.
Item: Stronger school spirit.
Item: New school.
To The Freshmen
Item: Relief on leaving that confused year behind you.
Item: Great expectations for the next three years.
To The Sophomores
Item: The joy of receiving class rings.
Item: The excitement of the Junior Prom.
To The Juniors
Item: The privilege of marching into the auditorium.
Item: The headaches and joys of editing the Pow-wow.
Item: The discovery of new talent for the presentation of the Senior Play.
Item: Best wishes upon graduating from A.H.S.
To Dr. Smith we leave a pair of Suspenders.
To Miss Flynn we leave a free redecorating job for the French room.
To Mr. Wallace we leave a book on The History of the Republican Party.
The entire Senior class bequeaths to the underclassmen the book Lessons In
To the underclassmen We leave the high ambitions and ideal cooperation of the
present Senior class.
To the Post Graduates, we bequeath our appreciation of their company during the
past year as pleasant reminders of our rival class Fifty-nine.
We leave the best of luck to Mr. Smith's future English classes.
Chris Picard does not leave Jackie Martin.
Nelson Merchant leaves Horace Baxter his reserved seat in detention hall.
David Pearson leaves his favorite book School Made Easy to Paul Hudon.
Marlene Headley leaves her musical talent to Irene Lahait.
Jossy Dalmolen leaves her faithful book How to Lose Pounds and Gain Dates, to
Lloyd Briggs leaves his apple polishing kit to Sunshine.
To Janice Perrochi we leave a pair of stilts so we can see her coming.
Lorraine Kent leaves her shy ways to Mary Tassinari.
To Virginia Morse we leave an I.B.M. machine to answer all her questions.
Carole Tornrose leaves her artistic talents to Janet Torosian.
To Bill Shore, the Senior class wishes success as captain of next yea.r's football
Bill Allen leaves his left over supply of red elastics to Charles Claeys, with the
hope that he will get the same results.
Gail Woodward leaves her sunny disposition to Betty Slaughter.
The Senior class leaves lounge chairs, ashtrays, and a coke machine to Study
Karen Klein leaves her freckle remover cream to Marilyn Rock hoping that she
will have more success.
Charles Blaisdell leaves his black motor cycle jacket to James Goldthwaite.
Laureen Gauron a.nd Anne Torosian leave copies of their 10 minute talks to next
Sharon O'Brien leaves her secret formula for hair coloring to her understudy
Robert Hellen leaves his successful ability to bluff to Ronald Gonthier.
Maureen Rose leaves her well educated animal managery to Mary Lou Antell.
Alice Loiselle leaves her tiny feet to Tiny Lusignant.
Conrad Digennaro leaves his secret list of tactics for collecting class dues to next
year's class treasurer.
Marcia Burdlckleaves her full volume of books on How to Flirt to Prudy Myrick.
Dave Tuxbury leaves his rules for good date etiquette to Sluggar Desroche and Bill
Richard Crowe, Louie Bunnell, and David Cote leave their left over vitamins to
George Burdick, Scott Briggs and Billy Merchant.
The Senior Class of 1960 leaves A.H.S. with many fond memories gathered
throughout the past four years.
Inwitness, whereof, we, the undersigned declare this our last will and testament,
this tenth day of June, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and
The Class of nineteen hundred and sixty of Amesbury High School of the Town of
Amesbury, County of Essex, and of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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Mr. Kozacka, Miss Barry, Miss Flynn, Mr.
David Tas sanar i , Donna Drew, Judith
Wheeler, Charles Claeys, Sharon Pratt.
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Mr. Melia, Miss Keosian, Miss Spiller,
Scott Briggs, Leslie Collins, Virginia Crest,
Carol Clark, Marsha Merritt.
CLASS OF 1962
Interesting, Mary? Young love
V. Lewis, E. Lee, N. Dean, E. Averill.
E. Morin, M. Hunter, K. Quinn, N. Claeys,
CLASS OF 1964
Local Arthur Murray Studi
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President - W. Allen
Vice President - S. Rogers
Secretary - M. Calnan
Treasurer - G. Barrett
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Character Leader ship Scholarship Service
GIRLS DISCUSSION CLUB
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The A.I-LS. football team had a tough luck season this year, winning only one game. Hampered
by injuries, they lost many games by narrow margins, but their spirit never Ialtered. At the
annual banquet Bill Shore was named next year's captain.
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Freshman Team, with Coaches Kozacka and Wallace.
FrontRow: M. Young, W. Stronquist, R. Morrill, P. Aham. Second Row:
Coach Alex, W. Shore, P. Bartley, D. 'I1xxbury, D. Rose, E. Kelley.
FrontRow: D. McGowi.n,R. Gibbens, L. DeCu.r1o, T. Harris, P. Thibault.
Second Row: Coach Alex, R. Shore, R. Mellon, D. Levesque.
Swampscott , 55
Pentucket Regional 36
Pentucket Regional 38
VARSITY RE C ORD
The Amesbury High School basketball team
had quite an unsuccessful season this year.
The problem was Amesbury's lack of height.
Despite the height factor, Amesbury was a
better team than its record showed. It lost
several games byfive points and ma.ny times
even less. Amesbury defeated Newburyport
twice, once at the beginning of the season,
and another time at the end of the season.
At the basketball banquet at the season's end,
David Tuxbury announced Dick Mansourian
as next yea.r's captain.
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Under the direction of the new coach, George Archie Armstrong, the hockey team
had a skein of bad luck with the goal. Sophomore Wayne Day started out in the net
followed by George Chauncey. George was replaced later on by Richard Dupere. Due
to illness Dupe had to give up hockey and both Wayne and George finished up the year
for the pucksters.
The teamtookto the roadfor a trip to Lewiston, Maine, and were defeated 4 to 1 in the
wildest game ever played at the arena.
Capt. John Gilday led the scoring for the second year in a row followed by Jon Martin
andJoseph 0'Keefe whowere tiedfor second. The hard working line of Albert Belanger,
William R. Brown, Wayne Bean, Jackie McLaughlin, and John Buswell proved a great
asset to the team. The rugged defense work of William A. Brown, Edgar DesRoches,
Phil Brown, and Paul Hudon kept the score at a minimum.
At the annual banquet William R. Brown received the Rookie of the Year award a.nd
Joe O'Keefe was awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy. Jackie McLaughlin was
elected captain of the 1960-61 Indian team,
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3 Woburn 9
9 Andover 8
3 Winthrop 10
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3 Newburyport 2
3 Danvers 2
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Front Row: E. Downer, R. Mansour-ian, G. Thornell, P.'Aha.m, E. Desruches, R. Morse, R.
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This year was a very successful season for the A.H.S. Baseball team, winning 7 out
of 14 games giving them the best record in several years. Fine pitching by Ed
Downer and superb hitting by Captain Pete Aham and other seniors played a big part
in the teams success. A number of players ended up with excellent batting averages
and a few were over the .300 mark. The team showed very much spirit throughout
the season, which contributed to much of the team's success.
The Indians made a bid for second place in the conference but lost three of their
last four games, leaving them just shy of their mark. However, they ended the
season on a bright note by beating the Clippers of Newburyport.
Aham scoops it up. Faster, George!
VARSITY TRACK TEAM
Front Row: E. McLaughlin, E. Rudd, J. Rand, A. Bergeron, D. Steel, J. I-Iudon, W. Challacombe.
Second Row: R. Crowe, J. O'KeeIe, L. Briggs, D. Cote, P. Bartley, W.A. Brown, W.R. Brown, W.
Morse, M. Young. Third Row: R. Shore, N. Marble, C. Thompson, B. Kobel, D. Tuxbury, D. Brown
R. Gibbens, L. Slnton, W. Shore. Fourth Row: Manager R. Lowd, S. Bailey, R. Andrews, N. Claeys
D. Melia, R. Cutter, J. Boutin, J. Perry, R. Mellon, Coach Fecteau.
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'71 Winthrop 6
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62 1X2 Newburyport 14 112
St. John's Relays-tied for 3rd place
Andover Invitation Meet-tie for 1st
Conference Meet-lst place
State Meet-2nd place
This year, as in the past three years, the A.
H.S. Trackteam came up with another perfect
season. No team scored more than 25 per cent
of the possible 77 pointsg some scored less
than 10 per cent. Many records were broken
this year including the shot put record, 440
record, half mile record, broad jump record,
relay record and discus record.
At the Saint Johns' Relays the Indiams came
in third, three places better than a year ago.
The Indiams surprised everyone at the state
meets coming within 2 U2 points of state
champions. After winning all of the dual
meets they went on to capture the Conference
meet. A mountain of thanks should be given
to ourfabulous coach, Bert Fecteau, for giving
us these four successful seasons. At the end
ofthe seasonjackets were given to the letter-
men ofthe championship team, a.nd Bill Shore
was elected next yea.r's captain.
Front Row: M. Lusignant, C. Matthew, A. Dalmolen, Co-Captains, J.
Dalmolen, G. Barrett. Second Row: Coach Chase, A. Bartley,
D. Labbe, B. Slaughter, I. Lahait, S. Barrett, J. Dube, J.
Smith, Manager Antell.
North Andover 13
North Andover 25
Front Row: M. Shaw, J. Dube, Capt. E. Morin, M. Lusignant, D. Tirone,
Second Row: M. Merrill, J. I-Ioule, C. Briggs, A. Dalmolen,
B. De Boisbriand, C. Matthews.
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Morin, M. Shaw, B. Slaughter. Second Row: F. Benoit,
S. Barrett, G. Barrett, J. Freeman, F. Conden, B. Curtis,
Coach Chase. Third Row: M. Antell, C. Pike, M. Mann,
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Antonio Roy - Manager
Rudolphe V. Bibaud - Treasurer
ALAN SALVAGE CO., INC.
Martin Road, Amesbury
F. B. KEENE
Hardware and Paint
52 Main Street
EVERETT H. LOCKE
Watches, Diamonds, China, Silverwa
10 Market Square
ALEC' S SODA SHOPPE
112 Main Street
SKIP' S SNACK BAR
For women and children J- 0- fSkiP7 Meadows- PWP-
Amesbury A Route 110
TWINE'S ESSO STATION
CLAYTON'S SHOE STORE
Your Family Shoe
Store Since 1928
PROULX AUTO BODY
South Hampton Rd.
PICARD'S FURNITURE HOUSE
W. Main Street, Merrimac
JACKSON' S BAKERY
2 Market Square
GEORGE C. IQIIGHT
KSuccessor to B. L. Colbyj
RANGE and FUEL OILS
Y'S CUTRATE - UNIQUE GIF
105 Main Street
Best Wishes from
MODERN BROWN BILT SHOE STORE
Home of Buster Brown
A. H. S. 1931
AMESBURY CO-OPERATIVE BANK
Regular Savings Accounts
Are Now Available
12 Market Street
THE BELMONT FLOWER SHOP
Ray and Cathy Sanborn
30 Belmont St.
POISSON RADIO Ki FURNITURE
45 Friend Street
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
Conrad Rousseau, Owner
107 Main Street
Bigger, Better, Than Ever
NEWBURYPORT DAILY NEWS
Covers the entire Amesbury area
Ned Brown, Editor
Tels. 700 and 642
23 Main Street - Amesbury
Class of 1960
W. E. FULLER 8: CO.
28 Market Street
P. I-I. MORRIS
Wholesale Dealer in
Tobacco, Cigars, etc.
Fine Foods - Choice Liquors
Manuel E., Stratos C., and
Louis E. J anos
1 Mill St. - Tel. 1062 - Amesbury
AMESBURY PATTERN SHOP
Wood and Metal Patterns
G. O. Burdick Tel. Ames. 1687
6 Colchester St.
Ladies' and Children's Wear
38 Main Street
LOUIS SHOE COMPANY
Compliments of .
LAFAYETTE BOWLING LAI-ms Besfrsgrhes
Bowling is Fun For Everyone BEN,S
11 High Street
Amesbury, Massachusetts MENS SHOP
M. E. REED COMPANY
GOULD INSURANCE AGENCY
12 Market Square
John T. Zabriskie 1 moeniis'
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LOIS Sz HARVEY'S SNACK BAR
EASTERN LUMBER COMPANY
MALONE BROS, THOMAS HOULIHAN St SON
Fuel Qu Florists
243 Main St. Telephone 985 - Morrill Place
Tel. 200 Member F. T. D.
OREGON DYE HOUSE BOOK SHOP
24 School Street
School and Office Supplies
8 Market Square
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HAVERHILL GAS CO. Friend
Nu-Way Laundry 8: Dry DELANY'S
Cleaners REFRESHMENT CENTRE
7 High st. - 6 School st. rwte 110
Laundry - Cleaning Plant Haverhill Road
Amesbury Amesbury, Mass.
REID FOUNDRY COMPANY
Class of SO
CALNAN MOTOR SALES
Your Ford Dealer
Telephones 380 and 24
G. WATKINS 8- SON, INC.
GOODS STORE, INC.
R 8. G MANUFACTURING
Pontiac - G M C Truck
ROBERT B. FRASER
130 Market Street
More People Buy Chevrolets
Than Any Other Car
pARlg 5HQp LAWSON R. YEO
49 Main St.
AMESBURY MOTOR SALES INC.
Your LAR.K Dealer
The Elms Inc.
53 Friend St.
TRAIL BARBEQUE snack Bar
Haverhill Road Macy St
Amesbury, Mass. Amesbury, Mass.
BEN'S GULF SERVICE
Cor. Pond GL Friend St.
1 Phone 1 542
FEED Ki SUPPLY CO. INC.
BQB OIL CO.
EDWARD F. JOYCE
School of Dancing
Amesbury, Mass. Amesbury, Mass.
Mary Ann CDupuisJ Patent
Teacher of Dancing CALEFIS TAX'
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FOR sAv1NGs Tel- 360
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look for the
label in the hat
BARTlETT'S REAL ESTATE
63 Huntington Ave.
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IDEAL SOFT WATER LAUNDRY INC.
LUXERTONE CLEANSERS INC.
89 HIGH ST. AMESBURY, MASS
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THE STUDENT COUNCIL
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Sec. .... .... B etty Stevens
Treas. . . . .... Paula Boutin
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And now for a toast Quiet! Einstein at work.
What's Hellen doing with the tie?
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