Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)
- Class of 1958
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4 ANDOVER PUBLIC LIBRARY 3 1330 00492 0702 For Reference Not to be taken from this room p. 77- 7?, 1 ' S ' IOcA Memorial Hall Library Andover, Mass. 01810 Andover High School Andover, Massachuseiis BERNARD M. KELLMURRAY DEDICATION Dear Mr. Kellmurray, We have always been very appreciative of your faculty to consider us each as an individual; yet we, the class of 1958, must now speak together, and col- lectively say " Thanks " . That our contact with you for four years has been an edifying, as well as an enjoyable experience, goes without saying. However, somewhere along the line — more from a lack in ourselves than from the educational policies of the Andover schools, of course — we have not had sufficient practice in the art of writing " thank you " notes to express our sincere gratitude. You have always treated us as adults, and as such, we must assume the posture of caution and beware of the pitfalls of excessive emotion. " Wonderful " has become a very meaningless word along with other modern catch-alls such as " great " and " terrific " . Yet, all of these adjectives and so many more befit you. ( If we had studied more " for college boards and not so much for college " , maybe we would now have a greater vocabulary from which to choose our words of appreciation.) You were at all times our teacher, and we learned from you both in and out of class. You have served us warmly and sincerely and most important, you have always been our loyal friend. So, Mr. Kellmurray, please accept our thanks and best wishes for the future. Class of 1958. 4 ADMINISTRATION GUIDANCE E G LI S H ATHLETICS DONALD D. DUNN Director of Athletics Home Economics DRIVER TRAINING " ' ol Training OFFICE OWEN HINCKLEY CUSTODIANS Mary 10 ROGER WHITCOMB GEORGE SYMONDS u n f 1 D 1 1 T I THINK YOU ' He GOING To UKe Twese ?iCTi3Res. " I ' m Agony. I ' m a SENIOR. I ' m very popular and O! so busy. Mr. March always seems to be giving me dirty looks-but, I know he really loves me. I love the new intercom system-it ' s so much fun to play with. See my boy friend Artie, he may be kind of small, but he ' s got a big head; that makes up for it. I have so many meetings to go to. I ' m chairman of the Mess- Up Committee for all our class dances. President of the National Mischief Society. I ' m in charge of all dirty gym clothes, and of handing out roller skates to all late students. I ' m monitor for all students sliding down banisters. won the Miss Ego Award, 1957! I set a new record for breaking the most test tubes in Chemistry last year. Whenever I see Mr. Mclntyre (Bobby) coming down the corridor, I get all ex- cited — he ' s sooo cute. I love to argue with Mr. Kell- murray; he ' s so intelligent. My most important posi- tion is President of the N. H. S. — " No Homework Society " . My position on the Mosaic Staff is that of dotting the I s and crossing the T ' s. But I ' m even more important in this yearbook staff; I numbered the pages! I ' m Artie. I ' m a P.G. . Aggie (that ' s what I call her) says that I ' m her boy friend, but I like to play the field. For some reason, I always spend my first period standing in line outside Mr. Gregory ' s office. You know something, Aggie ' s not the only one who ' s popular — I was Captain of the Senior Indian Wrest- ling Team for the past three years. As a matter of fact, I ' ve been a senior for the past three years. My graduation was such a shock to me that I lost all but one strand of hair. I wrote one Sen TENSE and got an F in gym. I have always gotten many F ' s, but Mrs. Hardy made it interesting by giving me F+ ' s and F — ' s. I took first year French but somehow Miss Smith and I never spoke the same language. I have to go now, Aggie ' s calling me. See you later. 12 GEORGE ADYNS, JR. 147 Haverhill Road Service Club, 2, 3, 4. " Sonny " . . . always smiling a swell friend . . . likes bowling and swimming the Co-op . . . Reserves. f f V7 .■Uk», PRISCILLA JANE ALDEN 57 Walnut Avenue Gym Team, 2; Girls ' Basketball Team, 2; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Planning Board, Co-Chairman- Decorating Committee, 3; Cheerleader, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Committee, 4. " Poogie " . . . pretty as a picture . . . Ivy League . . . Miss Sput- nik, 1957 . . . Camp Olympia . . . " Don ' t be a shag " ... a friendly smile for everyone . . . great artist and cartoonist! DOUGLAS PHILIP ALLBEE 7 Lincoln Street Service Club, 3, 4; Bowling Team, 2, 3, 4; Captain Bowling Team, 4. " Doug " . . . That black and yellow car . . . never stops eating . . . Navy, here he comes . . . " What homework. ' ' " . . . " What was the question? " RALPH LESLIE ALLEN 3 Dartmouth Road Service Club, 2; Track, 2; Camera Club, 2; Science Fair, 3. " Rex " . . . very friendly . . . lots of fun . . . " Pete ' s " . . . likes to collect pennies . . . stamps . . .en- joys photography. 13 JEAN ARNOLD 180 Shawsheen Road Orchestra, 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Projects. Although somewhat quiet, she likes to have her share of fun . . . nice to everyone . . . Jean is one of our really musical gals. NADENE LEE BAKER 151 Hidden Road Sophomore Class Projects; Press Club, 3; Prom Com- mittee, 3. " Denie " . . . lovely blonde hair . . . Florida . . . collects stamps . . . statues of horses and dogs . . . loves sewing . . . music . . . " Denie " is sure to make friends wherever she goes. WILLIAM HALL BARNES 46 Red Spring Road Dance Committee, 2; Prom Committee, Invitations and Tickets, 3; Science Fair, 3, 4; Science Club, 4. " Bill " . . . physics, chemistry, and mathematics ... a real science fan . . . bowling . . . Co-op supporter . . . aviation . . . chemical or aeronautical engineering inclinations. 14 CAROL RITA BECOTTE 427 River Road Cheerleader, 2, 3; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Plan- ning Board, Decorating Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Clerical Supervisor, 4. " Pretty and petite " describes Carol . . . always a cheery smile . . . loves to dance and does so very well . . . enjoys skating and swim- ming . . . well liked by all. ARLENE LORETTA BELPEDIO Gould Road Prom, Decorating Committee, 3; Service Club, 3, 4; ' earbook Staff, Literary Committee, 4. Moved here in 1957 from Roger Ludlowe H. S. in Fairfield, Conn. . 5 ' 2 " . . . eyes of blue ... M is for Marty . . . whiz at sports . . . personality twice her size . . . back to Connecticut, for college. JAMES BROWN BENNETT, III 15 Woodcliff Road Track, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Treasurer, 3; Camera Club, 3; Prom Committee, Co-chairman of Decora- tions and Planning Board, 3; Baseball, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Science Club, 4; " Echoes Eight " , 4; Jazz Band, 4; Yearbook Staff, Sports Editor, 4. " Jungle Jim " . . . the photographer . . . What an athlete! . . . touchdowns, touchdowns, and more touchdowns . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . Parlez-vous francais? . . . Aren ' t those New York trips the great- est. ' ' You will certainly be an asset to any college you attend, Jim. STEPHEN ALEXANDER BLACK 79 Chestnut Street Camera Club, 2, 3; Service Club, 3; Gym Team, 3; Glee. Club, 3, 4. " Steve " . . . always happy and care- free . . . What a handsome man in his A P - oops. Co-op uniform! . . . What a laugh! ... hot rod . . . college — drafting. ROGER ROLAND BOULANGER 246 North Street Sophomore Class Projects " Roger " ... A man of few words until he really starts talking! . . . very likable . . . loves to tinker with old cars. 15 JEAN PORTER BREDBURY 35 Pine Street Orchestra, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3; Prom Committee, Refreshments, 3. " Jeannie " . . . one of our future nurses . . . very artistic . . . gold keys . . . col- lects brie - a - brae . . . costume dolls . . . movie fan . . . well liked by all. JANET ELIZABETH BOULEAU 335 Andover Street Band, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Li- brary Club, 2, 3, 4, President,. 4; Prom Committee, Decorations, 3; Yearbook Staff, Financial Committee. " Jan " . . . not too serious-not too gay . . . leisure hours spent at A P ... the Vale . . . " collegiate " dresser . . . talkative and quick witted ... a sure success. ALAN TRULL BROWN 63 Abbot Street Junior Red Cross, 2; Service Club, 3; Prom Commit- tee, Planning Board, 3; National Honor Society, 3, 4. " Al " . . . soo o tall . . . quiet ' . . . courteous . . .studious . . . one whom you will likely find on the honor roll . . . collects guns . . . hunts . . . loves automobiles . . . Tufts University. 16 THOMASINE EVELYN BRUCATO 30 North Main Street Cheerleader, 2, 3; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee, 3; Service Club, 4; Yearbook Staff, Clerical Committee, 4. A carefree sort of " I - don ' t - care " smile ... a mad sense of humor . . . " Tommy " is adorable . . . the faster the music, the better it is to dance to . . . plans to be a receptionist . . . best of luck to you, " Tommy " . BONNELL CAROLINE BUBAR South Main Street Girls ' Sports, 2 Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom Comrriittee, Decorations, 3; Yearbook Staff, Literary Committee, 4. " Bonnie " . . . dancing eyes . . . perky personality . . . talented, creative writer . . . talkative . . . sweet ... on to college. EID 5c WOOL BOS STEPHEN ROBERT BYRNE 51 School Street Zhristmas Card Sale, 4. " Steve " . . . joined our class n ' 57 . . . that blond wavy hair . . . forever laughing . . enjoys tennis, swimming and skiing . . . well liked •y all. WILLIAM HAROLD BURLEIGH 14 Arthur Road Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4 Student Council, 4; Echoes Eight, 4; Yearbook Staff Photography Committee, 4. " Bill " . . . wonderful wonderful . . . Terrific Trig. Teachfer . . . hockey . . What a knock-out in his white " A P " outfit! . . happy . . . carefree . . . college. PATRICIA ANN BURNS 11 Argyle Street Gym Team, 2; Girls ' Sports, 2; Orchestra, 2; Glee Club, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3; Prom Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Sports Committee, 4. " Pat " . . . polite and pleasant . . . attractive smile . . . seen but not heard ... a summer camper at Dolly Copp . . . College lies ahead. 17 FRANCIS FREDERICK CARELLI 9 Arundel Street Track, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain, 4; Football, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Service Club, 3, 4. " Chief " . . . football star . . . good looking . . . When " Frank " gets to- gether with the " boys " , you can be sure there is some- thing cooking! . . . loves vacations . . . hopes to be a professional football player . . . Let ' s hope he makes it! DOROTHY JANET BYRNES 99 Lowell Street Band, 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette, 4; Service Club, 3; Ring Committee, 3. Pomps Pond . . . How she can strut down the field . . . " Dottie " . . . seen in a white convertible . . . Cherry and Webb ' s . . . sometimes has a C. C. ring . . . loves life. PAUL DANIEL CAREY 79 Summer Street Glee Club, 2, 3; Service Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Committee, 4. Good looking . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Behind his carefree pranks, Paul is a considerate and friendly person . . . has livened up many a class- room . . . enjoys playing billiards . . . interested in hot rods . . . future automobile design or civil engineering. 18 VIRGINIA CATANIA Andover Street Service Club, 3, 4. " Ginger " . . . chic and hep . . . Mercury convertible . . . Tenny High . . . soft voice . . . always at McGovern ' s. JOHN RICHARD CAVALLARO South Main Street Track, 2; Service Club, 3; Prom Committee, Music, 3; Football, 3, 4. " Cavy " . . . cars . . . bowling . . . swimming, fishing, and boating . . . good at hand- springs . . . U. S. Air Force here he comes. RICHARD WALLACE CHASE 20 Dufton Road Newspaper Staff, Co-feature editor, 3, Business Mana- ger, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Prom, Usher, 3; Goldsmith Contest, 3; Yearbook Staff, Literary Committee, 4. " Dick " . . . Explorer Scout . . . bluffer . . . good speak- er .. . double talk . . . The Rec . . . enjoys music . . . rock ' n roll enthusiast . . . plans to study Business Administration. SARA JANE CLIFT Sunset Rock Road Gym Team, 2; Girls ' Basketball, 2; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Co-Chairman of Prom Planning Board, Decoration Committee, Usherette, 3; Junior Red Cross, 3, 4 ' , Cheerleader, 3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Press Club, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; " Mosaic " Staff, 4; Yearbook, Co-editor in chief, 4. Unlimited pep and enthusiasm . . . beautiful eyes . . . loves sports . . . skiing, skating, swimming . . . " Are you serious? " pizza at the Den . . . co-boss of the yearbook ... an honor student . . . Everyone just can ' t help but like " Sara Jane " . JAMES FREDERICK CLEGG 86 Chandler Road Track Manager, 2; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Manager, 2, 3, 4; Class I resident, 2, 4; Student Council, 2, 4; Prom Committee, General Chairman and Usher, 3; Service Club Social Com- mittee Chairman, 3, 4. " Jimmy " . . . always blushing . . . laughing . . . great cook . . . O, those parties! . . . School bus trouble! ! . . . Syria, prepare yourself and make way for Jim. JUDITH ANN CLOUGH 1 1 7 Chestnut Street Sophomore Class Projects; Ring Committee, 3; Prom, Refreshment Committee, Co-chairman, 3; Yearbook Staff, 4. " Judy " . . . tall and striking . . . strawberry blond . . . that house around the corner . . . expressive eyes ... a sure success. ROBERT FRASER COLPITTS Oak Street Service Club, 2; Prom, Chairman of Ushers, 3; Foot- ball, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 4; Echoes Eight, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Committee, 4. " Bobby " . . . crew cut . . . collegiate . . . good looking . . . loves football, skiing and camping trips . . . knows so very much about cars . . . hard working . . . Good luck with stunt night, Bobby! PHILIP COLQUHOUN 39 High Street Basketball, 2; Baseball, 2; Camera Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Echoes Eight, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Committee, 4. " Phil " . . . " Are you there, Germany? " . . . Phinney ' s — records, records, records . . . ham ra- dio ... O, so scientific! . . . enjoys skating . . . " Holy Mackerel, Andy! " 20 CARL COMEAU Lovejoy Road Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Spring Track, 3; Service Club, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; Winter Track, 4. " Premo " . . . star halfback . . . likes cars and sports. BARBARA ANN CURRAN 33 Corbett Street Class Secretary, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4; Sec- retary, 2, 3, 4; Library Club, 3; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Service Club, 4; Yearbook Staff, Photo- graphy Chairman, 4. " Bubbles " . . . " Pixie " . . . freck- les .. . our Blue Devil . . . " Black Bomber " . . . " Teach " . . . beach parties . . . " Respectfully submitted " . . . loaded with school spirit . . . Thanks, Barb, for all you ' ve done! 1 MARIE CURRIE Vine Street Service Club, 3, 4. Newcomer to Andover- ' 56 . . . full of the devil . . . friendly manner . . . enjoys bowl- ing . . . swimming . . . plans to attend business school. GRANVILLE K. CUTLER 99 Shawsheen Road Golf Team, 2; Varsity Clu b, 2; Service Club, 2, 3; Prom, Decorating Committee, 3. " Granny " . . . flirt . . . the Gypsy Tour . . . enjoys motorcycle racing, boating and skiing . . . nativity scene . . . the " Rec " . . . Don ' t forget to put a lock on your parakeet cage. GOERGE WILLIAM DESMET 36 William Street Camera Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3.; Science Fair, 3; Glee Club, 4; Science Club, 4. " Skippy " . . . Hi Fi fiend . . . " Tanker " . . . stamp collection . . . engineering future ... a daring dauntless driver . . . watches Sputnik . . . always cheerful . . . often skips lunch! 21 FRANCIS DONAHUE 73 River Road Camera Club, 3; Football, 3, 4; Service Club, 3, 4. " Butch " . . . Use a rope! . . .popular . . .That wavy hair! . . . hot rods . . . mischievous smile . . . well-liked by all. 22 GORDON DOUGLASS 335 South Main Street Sophomore Class Projects; Camera Club, 3, 4. Camp Lawrence . . . " Doug " . . . enjoys stock car racing . . . This quiet fellow wants to go to cooking school to be a chef . . . He ' ll never forget U. S. History . . . camping ... seen pushing carts at the Co-op. DANIEL DZIOBA 123 Chestnut Street Baseball, 2; Prom, Queen Committee, 3. " Dan " . . . those big, round eyes . . . math whiz . . . hunting and fishing . . . auto repairing . . . aeronautical engineer. HELEN ADAMS ELLIS 52 Morton Street Band, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross, Vice-President, 4; Senior Class Vice-President; Year- book Staff, Photography Committee, 4. What looks! . . . always smiling and carefree . . . never a dull mom- ent . . . popular . . . hard-worker . . . college. SANDRA FAIRWEATHER 2 Clark Road Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3; Service Club, 3; Yearbook Staff, 4. A big grin . . . " Red " . . . full of fun . . . " Phil " . . . " Anyone done his English yet? " . . . All the luck in the world to you, Sandy. JOHN FITZGERALD 54 Salem Street Golf, 2; Service Club, 2; Gym Team, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 4; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Varsity Club, 3, 4. " Fitzie " . . . crew cut . . . lots of freckles . . . full of the devil . . . Betsy . . . What a car! You just can ' t miss Jack in that orange and white convertible . . . loves to ski . . . gym team enthusiast . . . always will- ing to lend a helping hand. 23 GERALD JOSEPH FLEISCHLI Lowell Street Orchestra, 2, 3; Honor Society, 3, 4; Football, 4; " Mosaic " Staff, 4; Glee Club, 4; Jazz Band, 4; Year- book Staff, 4; Science Club, 4. " Fleish " . . . The Brain . . . test tubes and rockets . . . O, that crazy haircut! . . . this way to the moon . . . that mad scientist . . . always the first one to laugh . . . Professor Fleischli, please! BARBARA J. FORSYTHE 61 Chester Street Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Plan- ning Board, Usherette, 3; Band, 3, 4. " Barb " . . . Sparkling . . . attractive . . . Dolly Copp camper . . . chic hairdos . . . sincere worker. MARY ELIZABETH FOLEY l6l Elm Street Service Club, 3; Prom, Entertainment Committee, 3; Red Cross, 4. A quiet gal . . . sweet and nice . . . " Fo " . . . record fan . . . enjoys oil painting . . . dancing . . . bowling. iTo 24 MARJORIE MARY GANLEY 30 York Street Glee Club, 2; Girls ' Sports, 2, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Ring Committee, 3; " Mosaic " Staff, 4. " Margie " . . . rather shy . . . intelligent . . . pretty blond hair . . . " O, Hi! " . . . hobbies include reading and sewing. RAND WILLIAM GESING Rattlesnake Hill Road Service Club, 2; Football, 2, 3, 4; Track, 2, 3, 4; Boy ' s State Representative, 3; Prom, Planning Board, Usher, 3; Press Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, Sports Editor, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Student Council, 3, 4; President, 4; Good Government Day Representative, 4. " Randy " ... an all- ' round guy — from Honor Society to Football Team . . . Old Orchard Beach ... in everyone ' s opin- ion " Goose " is just a great guy . . . Howard Johnson ' s . . . puts a lot into everything he does . . . crewcut . . . good leader ... a sure success. JOHN GIOVINCO 1 Ayer Street Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Vice President, 4; Class Presi- dent, 3; Prom, Decoration Committee, Junior Host, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4; Echoes Eight, 4. " Johnny " . . . What an athlete! . . . loves spaghetti - but only Prince . . . Edie . . . personality plus . . . really sharp clothes - and O! so many . . . those famous tears . . . ambition: to succeed. SANDRA JEAN GLENNIE 10 Cheever Circle Service Club, 2; Glee Club, 2, 4; Newspaper, 4; Year- book Staff, Literary Committee, 4, " Sandy " . . . always full of fun . . . Ivy League-plus wardrobe . . . star reporter . . . likes cooking, ice cream . . . future ad- vertising executive. PATRICIA ANN GOLDEN 62 Carmel Road Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4, Captain, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4, General Chairman, 4; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3; Class Social Chairman, 4; Year- book Staff, 4. A contagious spirit of friendliness . . . one of the busiest members of the class . . . Her vivaciousness can ' t be topped . . . What would our rallies have been like without " Goldie " to take charge? . . . Let ' s count Pat twice among the assets of A.H.S. Ser vice 25 DAVID LEONARD GOLDMAN 248 North Main Street Service Club, 2, 4; Football, 2, 3; Prom Committee, 3. " Dave " . . . enjoys swimming . . . chemistry . . . sister ' s blue convertible . . . math . . . sailing . . . very inquisitive — especially in Mr. Kellmurray ' s classes . . . potential engineer. FREDERICK R. HALL 11 Hall Avenue Service Club, 2, 3, 4. " Fred " . . . strong, silent type . . . shot a ten-point buck . . . stamp collecting . . . " Hullo, MEN. " . . . future-contracting. JEFFREY LAWRENCE HALL Dascomb Road Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Prom Com- mittee, 3; " Mosaic " Staff, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Department, 4. " Jeff " . . . that heavenly music . . . loves to eat — chocolate ice cream, especially . . . " Ohhhhh yeah! " . . . knows lots about cars . . . ambi- tion — to be a landscape architect. 26 JANE ROBERTA HATCH 3 Sargent Street Red Cross, 2; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, 4. " Jane " . . . one of our class artists . . . gold keys . . . favorite high school — C. C. H. S. . . . loves to dance . . . enjoys bowling . . . rollerskating . . . iceskating . . . swimming. ALAN MACLEOD HENDERSON Haggetts ' Pond Road Dance Committee, 3; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Service Club, 4; Glee Club, 4. " Smokie " . . . match cover collector . . . rickety, old Pontiac . . . aspires to attend Burdett Business College. NORMA ANN HESELTINE Strawberry Hill Road Cheerleader, 2, 3, Treasurer, 3; Student Council, 2, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4, Community Chairman, 4; Var- sity Club, 2, 3, 4, Secretary, 3, 4; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Art Department, 4. " Norm " . . . loves to dance . . . sparkling eyes . . . often blushes . . . liked by all . . . great at art . . . one of the original " shags " . . . wants to be a fashion designer. 11-02051 NORMA ELLEN KIBBEE 39 Clark Road Class Ring Committee, 3; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, 3; Service Club, 3, 4. Pretty with her shiny blond hair . . . sparkling personality . . . enjoys dancing and skating . . . plans to be an airline hostess. ARLENE HELEN KNEATH Ballardvale Road Band, 2, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3; Prom, Queen ' s Com- mittee, 3. " Tinky " . . . whiz at Algebra . . . loves to roller skate . . . bowling enthusiast . . . likes dancing and swimming . . . plans to go to .accounting school. 27 JUDITH ANN KNIGHT 41 Balmoral Street Service Club, 3, 4; Band, 3, 4. " Judy " . . . extensive traveller . . . came from the Casbah . . . scads of clothes . . . plans to attend college. ALAN RICHARD KRYZYNSKI 201 Holt Road Service Club, 3, 4. " Al " . . . sharp dresser . . . con- genial . . . lover of water sports . . . soon, a college student. JOSEPH DAVID LAURENZA 50 Summer Street Prom Committee, 3; Service Club, 4; Newspaper Staff, 4. " Joey " ... a ready grin . . . constant movie goer - the Andover Playhouse, of course . . . heart of gold . . . party giver . . . has supported many school affairs. 28 ELEANOR LOUISE LAWSON 8 Aron Street Service Club, 2, 3; Prom, Entertainment Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Financial Committee. " Ellie " . . . good natured and refined . . . one of our more quiet seniors . . . neat in appearance . . . well-liked by all. EDITH MAY LEIDICH 167 Summer Street Girls Sports, 2; Orchestra, 2; Class Social Committee Chairman, 2, 3; Band Treasurer, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Clerical Committee, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Decorating Committee, Junior Hostess, 3; Ring Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Busi- ness Manager, 4. Sweet and full of pep ... a cheery smile for everyone ... If " Edie ' s " working on a class project, it ' s sure to be a success . . . charming Queen of the Junior Prom . . . equally as popular with the boys and girls . . . best of luck as either a secretary or housewife. BETTY ANN LUMENELLO 267 Andover Street Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 3; Prom, Financial Committee Chairman, 3; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Year- book Staff, Typing Committee, 4. " Lum " . . . catsy black-rimmed glasses . . . makes hot pizza . . . often seen at the ticket window . . . full of the devil . . . likes to climb mountains . . . swims like a fish . . . terrible tease! ROBERTA JEAN MacCAUSLAND Woburn Street Service Club, 2, 4; Girls ' Sports, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross, 3, 4; " Mosaic " Staff, 4. " Robin " ... 42 pen pals . . . loves the European Style of men . . . always busy at the library . . . gets embarrassed quickly . . . pizza . . . always writing . . . best of luck in Archaeol- ogy, " Robin " . 29 JACQUELINE ANN MAJAUCKAS NEW v)eYico 821 Ponderosa Avenue Alberquerque, New Mexico Prom Committee, 3; Girls ' Sports, 3; Ring Commit- tee, 3; Service Club, 3, 4. " J. J. " . . . " back to New Mexico " . . . dancing, skating, bowling, horses . . . " McGoverns " Joe . . . future — U. S. Air Force. CYNTHIA FLORENCE MANDROS 100 Lowell Street Service Club, ' 3; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, 3; Girls ' Sports, 4; Yearbook Staff, Literary Committee, 4. " Susie " . . . P.A. . . . pony tail . . . always Saturday night dates . . . Eat at Peter ' s . . . college — here she comes! DONALD MARSHALL McANERN 145 Hidden Road Gym Team, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer, 2, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Treasurer, 4. " Don " . . . always counting money . . . ivy league dresser . . . has wit as well as personality . . . intelligent ... a good sport, in every sense of the word. 30 RACHEL SANDRA McBRIDE 2 Temple Place Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Production Committee Chair- men, 4; Junior Red Cross, 3; Prom, Co-Chairman of Invitation and Ticket Committee, 3; Library Club, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4. " Sandy " ... 5 ' at last . . . hand-knit sweaters . . . Merrimack . . . baby talk . . . loves to skate and dance . . . sweet as candy . . . snappy walk . . . will make a great secretary. MARY TERESA McCAFFERTY 19 Elm Court Prom Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, 4. " Mary " . . . very friendly . . . loves sports . . . horseback riding . . " Shawsheen Lunch " . . . always a mischievous gleam in her eyes. LINDA MAY McCARTHY 1 1 Carisbrooke Street Service Club, 2, 3; Prom Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, 4. " Lin " . . . very attractive . . . " Shawsheen Lunch " . . . enjoys sports . . . parties . . . reading . . . well-liked by alL 9- JOANNA MARIE McNULTY 200 Elm Street Prom Committee, Usherette, 3; Girls ' Sports, 4. " Jo " . . . loves to eat . . . O, those tall tales . . . best at swimming and skating ... no one is serious when Joanna is around . . . loves to paint . . . What funny faces some people make! BRENDA McKITTRICK 7 Walnut Avenue Girls ' Sports, 2; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross, 3; Prom Committee, 3; Yearbook Staff, Typing Committee, 4. Always busy . . . loads of pep . . . loves dancing . . . skating . . . swimming . . . bowling . . . can be found in athletic office . . . we wish you the best of luck, Brenda. 31 ROBERT HARVEY MEHLHOUSE Hilltop Lane, Shawsheen Road Ring Committee, 3; Prom Committee, Usher, 3; Ser- vice Club, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Glee Club, 4; Cross Country, 4; Yearbook Staflf, Literary Committee, 4. " Bob " . . . What a car! . . . good-looking . . . tropical fish . . . hockey . . . My, how those trees have grown! . . . ridiculous laugh . . . that trig class . . . always playing a joke. CALVIN METCALF 375 So. Main Street Prom Committee, 3; Service Club, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4. " Cal " . . . likes horseback riding . . . works a lot with horses . . . plans to work after graduation — then will join the Coast Guard. EDWARD MANSFIELD MUNROE, JR. 162 Lowell Street Student Council, 2; Track, 2, 3; Football, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, Usher, 3; Ring Committee, 3; Ser- vice Club, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Sports Committee, 4. " Eddie " . . . good speaker . . . collegiate . . . " Man Mountain " . . . good looking . . . popular party goer . . . flirt . . . Good luck in the Navy, Eddie! 32 PATRICIA ANNE MURNANE 426 Andover Street Band, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross, 2, 3, 4, President, 4; Prom Com- mittee, Usherette, 3; Yearbook Staff, Business Com- mittee, 4. " Pat " ... a girl with many friends . . . well liked . . . service with a smile at Ford ' s . . . P.A.M. . . . lots of letters from Newton . . . O, those moments of laughter . . . future nurse. RUTH ELLEN NEISSER 21 Foster Circle Girls ' Sports, 2, 4; Band, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2, 3; Ser- vic e Club, 3; Goldsmith Contest, 3; Prom, Photogra- phy Committee, 3; National Junior Honor Society, 3, 4; " Mosaic " , Editor-in-chief, 4. The " Chief " . . . " All ' s I was wondering is if " . . . busy day, busy day . . . " the deadline ' s tomorrow! " . . . the girl with the flaxen hair . . . after college, a sure success. SIMONE NOLET 4 Harding Street Ring Committee, 3; Service Club, 3; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, 3; Girls ' Sports, 3, 4. Deep voice . . . carefree outlook on life . . . great social life . . . good athlete . . . enjoys bowling and dancing. ALAN PROCTOR NOWELL 63 Chestnut Street Service Club, 2, 4. " Al " . . . popular with all the boys and girls . . . those black-rimmed glasses . . . inter- ested in hot rods and sports cars . . . enjoys fishing . . . Road Knights. KATHLEEN ANNE O ' BRIEN 82 High Street " Kathy " . . . attractive newcomer . . . loves music . . . collects records . . . wants to be a secretary or office worker. NANCY ANNE O ' CONNOR South Main Street Girls ' Sports, 2, 3; Service Club, 3, 4; Prom, Finance Committee, 3; Junior Red Cross, 4; Yearbook Staff, 4. " Red " . . . always smiling . . . shiny red pony tail ... a girl with pep . . . working after school . . . seen soon behind a typewriter. PETER AUSTIN O TOOLE 7 Carlisle Street Camera Club, 3- " Pete " . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . enjoys hunting, boating, water skiing, and skin diving . . . very interested in photography. 5 JUDITH REED 43 Argilla Road Orchestra, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4. Quite an athlete . . . enjoys all sports . . . very good natured . . . best of luck to you, Judy. 79 North Street Service Club, 4; Girls ' Sports, 4; Yearbook Staff, 4; Glee Club, 4. Newcomer to Andover ... so pretty and always smiling . . . enjoys dancing . . . popular with the boys and girls . . . will make a charming airline hostess. 35 PRISCILLA ANNE REYNOLDS 129 Summer Street Girls ' Sports, 2; Camera Club, 2; Orchestra, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3; Class Vice President, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Junior Red Cross, 2, 3, 4; Delegate to International Study Visit Program, 3; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Honor Society, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Art Editor, 4. " Toni " . . . Terrific leader . . . full of fun . . . liked by everyone . . . shut- terbug. . . . always busy ... O, to go back to Europe . . . " Agony " . . . Best to you in Red Cross, Toni! JAMES RICHARDSON 20 Walnut Avenue Golf, 2; Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Science Club, 4. The quiet, reserved type . . . blond, curly hair . . . loves sports . . . blue Mercury . . . intelligent . . . Lots of luck, Jim. SANDRA CAROL RODERICK 8 Dale Street Prom Committee, 3; Service Club, 3, 4. Wow! . . . likes to dance . . . " Sandy " . . . glossy coiffure . . . boss at the " 5 and 10 " . . . blushes easily . . . Ford ' s is the place. . . . always wears a pretty heart locket . . . secre- tarial work is for her. GORDON SIDMAN SCHWARTZ 73 Park Street Basketball, 2; Service Club, 2, 3; Student Council, 2, 4; Prom Committee, Usher, 3; Ring Committee, 3; Boys ' State Alternate, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4; Cross Country, 4. Ivy League clothes - from McCartney ' s, naturally . . . likes winter sports . . . skiing, skating . . . faithfully patronizes school dances . . . plans to do personnel work after college graduation. SHELIA SERIO Lowell Junction Road Orchestra, 2; Junior Red Cross, 2; P. T. S. A. Repre- sentative, 2; Gutterson Biology Prize, 2; Service Club, 2; Barnard Essay Contest, 2, 3; Band, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 3; Library Club, 3; Prom, Planning Board, Usherette, 3; Press Club, 3, 4; Newspaper Staff, News Editor, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Student Advisor, 4. Individualist . . . The " Ivy League Kid " . . . catsy glasses . . . journalist . . . too much to carry . . . such a big pocketbook for such a little girl ... " I don ' t agree " . . . " Where ' s Terry? " . . . can play anything . . . reads books on " How to play Bridge " . 36 JOHN LOUIS SHANTELER 77 Haverhill Street " Johnny " . . . headed the NAVY way . . . likes hunt- ing, fishing, swimming-the outdoors . . . plays billiards sometimes . . . record collecting . . . seems to be a man of few words . . . works hard at the A P. ROBERT MICHAEL SHAUGHNESSY 6 Juniper Road Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Music Com- mittee, Usher, 3; Mosaic Staff, 4; Yearbook Staff, Sports Committee, 4. " Bob " . . . friendly, humorous guy . . . never a dull moment . . . Saturday nights??? . . . one of the few who have succeeded in making the teachers laugh . . . faithful member of the billiard group . . . great interest in sports . . . college. DAVID TAYLOR SIMPSON Gray Road Service Club, 2; Baseball, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4 Junior Red Cross, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4 Track, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain, 4; Prom Committee, 3 Football, 3, 4. " Dave " . . . ideal physique . . . great party goer . . . will do anything for some pizza — even wait on tables! . . . likes to chat about football plays ... is sure to enjoy life. RUTH BORDEN SLADE Bancroft Road Glee Club, 2, 3; Girls ' Sports, 2, 3, 4; Band, 3; Orches- tra, 3; Prom, Decorating Committee, 3; " Mosaic " Staff, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 3, 4, Vice-President, 4. " Sladie " . . . terrific wit . . . The " Mosaic " wouldn ' t be in one piece if it weren ' t for Ruth and her paste! . . . fine qualities of sincerity, dependability, sportsman- ship, and intellectual ability . . . Best of luck to a wonderful girl. JANET MARY SKULSKI 23 Princeton Avenue Gym Team, 2; Band, 2, 3; Girls ' Sports, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, Chairman, 3; Yearbook Staff, Girls ' Sports Editor, 4. " Jan " . . . born athlete . . . winning smile . . . The Guild . . . package of energy ... on to nursing. 37 BARBARA JOAN SMITH 14 Brechin Terrace Service Club, 2; Prom, Photography Committee, 3. " Barbie " . . . real quiet and sweet . . . Her neatness and efficiency will make her an A secretary . . . loves dancing and swimming . . . really scores at tennis and badminton and knocks em dead bowling. BEVERLY JEAN SPARKS 20 River Street Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Photogra- phy Committee, 4. " Gentlemen prefer blonds " cer- tainly applies . . . Those mischievous-looking eyes tell us that " Bev " is fun-loving . . . " Sparky " . . . only 4 hours to New Canaan ... a graceful and talented dancer ... a sure success in her career as a dancing teacher. oof J MARY LOU STEWART 6 Brechin Terrace Service Club, 3. " Lou " . . . always talking . . . amiable . . . dancing, skiing . . . plays a good game of bad- minton . . . future plans — secretary. 38 CYNTHIA ANN SULLIVAN 45 High Street Library Club, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Deco- ration Committee, 3; Junior Red Cross, 3, 4; Year- book Staff, Girls ' Sports Committee, 4. " Sully " . . . last of a long line of great Sullivans . . . sterling silver bracelets . . . gorgeous clothes . . . wants to teach children . . . loves to skate . . . real panic and so full of fun . . . " O, no, I forgot it. " . THOMAS WILLIAM SUTTON 2 1 Lovejoy Road Football, 2, 3; Track, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Club, 2, 3, 4, President, 4. " Ted " . . . never a dull moment . . . Let ' s go hunting! . . . Dude Ranch, N.Y. . . . horses . . . enjoys skiing . . . L.H.S. . . . " Did I have a good time New Years Eve? " MARY THOMPSON TAYLOR 26 Hall Avenue Girls ' Sports, 2; Junior Red Cross, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3, 4; Library Club, 3; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, 3; Class Ring Committee, 3; Newspaper Staff, 3, 4; Yearbook, 4. Loves to talk . . . tres chic . . . cute dim- ples . . . my, my, pink lipstick! . . . vivid imagination . . . Best to you in teaching, Mary. RONALD JOHN THEBERGE 208 Beacon Street Prom, Decoration Committee, 3; Service Club, 4. " Ron " . . . Air Force Pilot . . . thick, black hair . . . quiet . . . dancing, swimming, and reading . . . talented artist ... his brains will assure his success. PRISCILLA ANN TERRIO 178 North Main Street Student Council, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Library Club, 3; Ring Committee, 3; Prom, Music Committee, Chairman of Usherettes, 3; Barnard Essay Contest, 3; Press Club, 3, 4; " Mosaic, " Feature Editor, 3, 4; Hon- or Society, 3, 4, President, 4; Yearbook Staff, Literary Committee, 4. " Terry " . . . noisy bracelets ... " I hav- en ' t practiced all week. " . . . little feet and littler shoes - capezio ' s, of course . . . " Panic " ... " I got a letter. " ... an honor student. 39 ALFRED LEONARD TRIPP 45 Marilyn Drive Varsity Club, 3, 4; Football, 3, 4; Dance Band, 4. " Al " . . . quiet but look out when he is with " the boys " — anything can happen . . . clarinet player — dance combo . . . lots of school spirit . . . looks great in ber- mudas! . . . Aren ' t New York trips fun? CYNTHIA VAUGHAN 13 Dufton Road Prom, Finance Committee, 3; Service Club, 4; Year- book Staff, Business Committee, 4. Great at sewing — art too! . . . " Cyndy " . . . loves to ice skate . . . seen at the Shawsheen Luncheonette . . . always babysitting . . . Nancy ' s friend . . . " I ' m so embarrassed " . JANICE AUDREY VOGT 99 High Street Band, 2, 3, 4, Head Color Guard, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4. O, those Antics . . . " Jan " . . . Room 15 — P.H.S. . . . Watch out for that tiny radio . . . She ' ll never forget " Hoppy " . . . . often seen at McGovern ' s. 40 MARY WALSH 7 Franklin Avenue Sophomore Class Projects; Glee Club, 2, 3; Service Club, 2, 3; Cheerleader, 3; Prom, Decorating Com- mittee, 3. Mary, too bad you weren ' t here for your senior year. . . . cute and perky . . . lot ' s of fun . . . talkative ... the " Den " . . . C. C. H. S. . . . good luck in your future plans. RUTH WENZEL 6 Virginia Road " Ruthie " . . . newcomer . . . friendly . . . enjoys danc- ing, skating . . . badminton ... a sure success as a teacher. DONALD HARLOW WESCOTT 49 Alderbrook Road Barnard Essay, 2; Prom, Usher, 3; Newspaper Staff, 4; Track, 4; Cross Country, 4; Science Club, 4; Var- sity Club, 4; Yearbook Staff, Co-editor, 4. " Don " . . . everybody ' s friend . . . co-boss of the Yearbook . . . likes science and does well in it . . . popular D.J. for our school record hops . . . When he laughs - he cries! . . . May all his ambitions be fulfilled. JUDITH WHITE 22 Juniper Road Service Club, 2, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Majorette, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball, 2, 3, 4; Goldsmith Speaking Con- test, 2, 4; Prom, Music Committee, Chairman, 3; Sci- ence Fair, 3, 4; " Mosaic " , 3, 4, Exchange Editor, 4; Honor Society, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, Literary Editor, 4. " Judy " . . . Ivy League . . . cute, flirtatious, and full of fun . . . saleswoman extrodinaire — just ask the sophomores ... " 1 haven ' t opened a book. " . . . Wednesday afternoon excursions . . . peppy majorette . . . one of our honor students. NANCY RUTH WHITE 87 Andover Street Orchestra, 2; Band, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee, 3; Ring Committee, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4; Service Club, 4; Year- book Staff, 4. U. S. Navy . . . " Nan " . . . star drummer of the band . . . letters, letters, letters . . . very sincere . . . trip to New York was fun . . . She ' ll make a great secretary. 41 GLENN PHILIP WILLIAMS 8 Brook Street Varsity Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 3, 4; Service Club, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer, 4; Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Prom, Usher, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4. Terrific athlete . . . Did you really study till 2:00 A.M. all those nights? . . . good looking . . . flirt . . . neat . . . Chivalry is not dead — especially in the caf each noon. . . . His college dorm should surely be the liveliest on campus. JUDITH ANNE YOUNG 36 Robandy Road Sophomore Class Projects; Service Club, 2, 4; Prom, Queen ' s Committee, 3; Girls ' Sports, 3, 4. There ' s never a dull moment when " Judy " is near . . . " Shorty " . . . liked by everyone . . . TENNIS! . . . loves ice skating . . . swimming. ALBERT DAMON 35 Woodlawn Road New Canaan, Connecticut Service Club, 2; Baseball, 2; Football, 2, 3, Co-captain, 3; Track, 2, 3; Basketball, 2, 3; Varsity Club, 2, 3; Varsity Club Track Award, 3; Ring Committee, 3. It ' s impossible to forget someone like " Bert " . ... an all- ' round kid with millions of friends . . . well liked by all . . . terrific athlete . . . good looking . . . full of the devil . . . Bev . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . How would the Prom Decorating Committee ever have made out without Bert? . . . great personality and sense of humor ... a sure success! 42 DID MOST FOR A.H.S. Barbara Cur ran Jim Clegg MOST VERSITILE Pat Golden Jim Bennett GUlDRnCE OtFfiRTiTlEnf ABSEHCE SLIP 69 OURNAi as ISM " ' ■ I ' tfi 5th 6%h " ' - t close of school 1 office. Enter Jor. 1 WILLIAM J.IGCE DIRECTOR " SSACUSETTS Grade l ====v f- T 19 V. Home Roo« 1 NUvk 1 1 " Mark. 1 qH-- ' " ' ,co « IS C 1 THE MAl K- E«n t Units , -pft ■ ■ " ' " " ti ' 1 r bove averag. t f,f O - Good— a° o( C and U ; , torv ■ ■■■ ■■ A. GRJDGOffif JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Robert Haggerty, Treasurer; Gerald Znamierowski, Vice-President; William Simpson, President; Carol Winkley, Secretary; Betty Campbell, Social Chairman. On October first, William Simpson, President of the junior class, called the first meeting of the new school year to order. Miss Dugan, the class advisor, was present. . . . The first matter to be discussed was that of the class ring committee. Jerry Znamierowski was appointed chairman. Many ideas and suggestions were offered for fund raising projects which the class might undertake. The students elected Joan Lynch chairman of this committee. A successful dance, " Silhouettes, " was held on November fifteenth, and for its other project, the class held a bakery sale in February. The biggest responsibility of the junior class is the junior-senior prom to be held in June. Chairman of the prom is George Connors and he is hoping to make this event as successful as last year. ... I will close this report at the end of the school year, 1957-58, with the knowledge that it has been a successful one, and that the class of ' 59 is now anxiously awaiting the final step in the ladder — our senior year. Respectfully submitted, Carol Winkley Secretary Hear ye, Hear ye . . . " Health Class — the culture of the day. 49 " This is lunch time??? " JUNIOR HOMEROOM 10 Left ot Right: Row 1, Linda Kinnear, June Kaczynski, Marjorie Hunt, Kath- leen Kocher, Marilyn Freeman, Jesse Gill, Leslie Hart; Row 2, Gloria Lawrie, Geneveve Lampariello, Nancy Kaylor, Judith Lamanna, Elizabeth Homer, Judith Gilcrest, Marion Kramer, Robert Hawes; Row 3, Lester Gorrie, Joyce Hajj, Elizabeth King, Geraldine Guerine, Robert Haggerty, Raymond Kryzyn- ski; Row 4, David Hudson, Richard Hawes, John Lowe; Row 5, Richard Healy, Stewart Henderson, Edgar Joiner, Frank Froberg. m I JUNIOR HOMEROOM 4 Left to Right: Rowl, Roger Blaisdell, Linda Dow, Mary Dumont, Elizabeth Campbell, Marsha Auchterlonie, Marion Baer, Kathleen Callahan, Jacque- line Bamford; Row 2, Connie Barry, Joyce Barleon, Patricia Flaherty, Mary Derbyshire, Linda Delaney, Lois Bennett, David Cronin; Row 3, Jane Beaven, Irene Cordts, Ann Berthold, Patricia Adams, Edward Bolia; Row 4, Francis Bishop, John Catania, William Davis, Robert Charland, William Dobbie; Row 5, Richard Grant, Brian Allen; Row 6, George Connors. JUNIOR HOMEROOMS 50 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 20 Left to Right : Back Row, Thomas Nedelka, Norman Mailloux, Robert Nicoll, Louis Mc Intyre, David Pearson, Gates Poore. Row 1, Bruce Paparella, Stephen McKittrick, Bruce Meyers, Larry Mitchell, Robert Mirisola, Walter Mooney. Row 2, Kenneth Poirier, Mary Porter, Beverly Muise, Lynn Morris, Linda Plummer, Joan Lynch, Kathleen Nelligan, Margaret Nicoll. Row 3, Denise McCarthy, Ethel Lynch, Rosemary Palermo, Mary Jo Owens, Gail Mowry, Rosemary Picard, Gail Maruzzi, Melba Penny. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 22 Left to Right: Back Row, David Pearson, Robert Van Dewoestine, Stephen Wright, Allan Smeltzer, George Ziegra, Edward Ratyna, William Simeone. Row 1, William Simpson, George Reed, David Rollins, William Walsh, Gerald Znamierowski, Martin Todt. Row 2, Carol Stocks, Joan Titmas, Moira Sullivan, Sharon Riggin, Patricia Sanguedolce, Theodora Zubrinski, Edna Turner, Terence Sweeney. Row 3, Judith Webb, Judith Silva, Carol Sutton, Marilyn Rdberge, Eleanor Webster, Janice Snow, Carol Winkley, Beverly Reynolds, Benjamin Thompson. 51 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Seated, Meredythe Manning, Social Chairman; Judith Karlis, Secretary; Standing, John Van Nest, President; Richard Workman, Vice-President; Lynn Johnson, Treasurer. Secretary ' s Report The meeting of the Sophomore Class was brought to order on September 5, 1957 at our new Andover High School. What an opportu- nity we all had to be able to work in such modern surroundings! On December thirteeth, the aroma of home-baked goods filled the hallways as students of the Sophomore Class brought in their con- tributions for the bakery sale which was held that afternoon and the following day. Over a hundred dollars was gained from this sale. Do you remember the night of the " Basketball Bounce " ? Lots of fun, wasn ' t it? Everyone considered it a big success. This exciting year came to a close in June of 1958. Respectfully submitted, Judith Karlis Secretary 52 " L E T S ' H A V E SOPHOMORE HOMEROOMS SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 2 Virginia Abbot, Frederick Allen, Carole Andrew, Priscilla Arnold, David Babine, Phyllis Bailey, Peter Baker, Raymond Banks, Grace Barsamian, Sandra Belisle, Charlotte Bentley, Barbara Berger, Beverly Bergeron, Richard Bernard, Mary Bernard, John Bird- sail, Laurence Bisbee, Linda Black, Philip Blaisdell, Robert Bleicher, Walter Bleszin- ski, Janet Booth, Delia Boulanger, David Bouleau, James Bravacos, Janet Busby, Marie Cafiso, Carol Caliri, Albert Carlson, Barbara Carney. HOMEROOM 6 Charles Bergeron, John Catania, Janine Chenard, Richard Chetson, George Clark, Mary Costello, David Crowe, Walter Cur- ran, Sharon Cutler, Richard Daniels, Mary Lou Dargoonian, Carol Davis, Audrey Dawes, Doris DeHart, Joan Deivert, Mari- lyn DeMoor, Andrea Deyermond, Lana Done, Patricia Doucette, James Dowd, William Dufton, Richard Dulong, George Dumont, Paul Durant, Franklyn Emmett, Jo Ann Essiambre, Carol Essoian, Anne Marie Fee, Barbara Ferris. HOMEROOM 11 Douglas Finley, Elinor Finnerty, Dorothy Fischer, Wilson Fish, Jane Fitzgerald, Ed- ward Fortuna, Richard Foster, Marie Fucile, Robert Gaffney, Robert Gallant, William Gallant, Robert Garrison, Claire Gaudet, Louise Gaudet, Carol Gesing, Charles Glazerman, Susan Goldman, Carolyn Grant, Daniel Greece, Barbara Greenhow, Jean Groleau, Ursula Hahnenstein, Charlotte Hajj, William Hajjar, Ann Hamblet, Ralph Harrison, James Hart, Sheryl Hartford. 53 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 12 Marilyn Harry, Joseph Hastings Sandra Henderson, Ann Henrick James Holden, Polly Holihan Ruth Ann Houde, Linda Howe Karen Huthinson, Patricia Jar- beau, Edward Jarbeau, Geralding Jasperson, Janet Jasperson , Linda Johanson, Annalee Johnson, Char- lotte Johnson, Lynn Johnson Judith Karlis, Herbert Kempton David King, Ellen Kfoury, Fran- cis Kiernan, Laurence Kuntze, Ann Lavin, June Leacock, James Leete Beatrice Lemire, Paul Leveroni. T j nmn iiiiiiiiiiiiii ) IIIBIII " " iiMfc amM Mi ' Hey, kids, here ' s a place for you right behind me! ' HOMEROOM 13 Janet Lord, Linda Low, Thomas Low, Alice Lynch, David Lynch, Margaret Maclnnis, Meredythe Manning, Lorna Mar- ruzzi, Margaret Mauck, Judith Maxwell, Elizabeth McBride, John McEvoy, John Mclntyre, James McKiniry, Paul Mc- Kinnon, Marie Menzie, Kathleen Merrill, Richard Meyers, George Miller, James Miner, William Minzner, Linda Mitchell, Frank Monette, Alice Mosher, Diane Moskel, Christopher Muller, Susan Mulvey, David Murphy. not a creature was stirrmg 54 " Please excuse Archibald, as he went skiing. " Corridor Confusion. ■Bit. ' J SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 14 Deborah Newcomb, Elizabeth Nicholas, Judith Ober, Alice O ' Connor, Richard O ' Toole, John Ozoonian, Barbara Payne, Gail Parshley, Angela Passanisi, Nor- ma Jean Peatman, Vito Pelosi, Marvin Perry, Ruth Perry, Robert Petzinger, Paul Petzold, Lorraine Rees, Nicholas Ricci, Bradley Richards, Roger Roberge, Ronald Salvage, Judith Scott, Karen Sears, Susan Shaw, James Sheard, Joan Simeone, Jane Simpson, Barry Skiba, Susan Slade, Charles Smyth. ■Do you always stand that way HOMEROOM 21 Donald Sorrie, Constance Stewart, James Stew- art, Eleanor Swenson, Elizabeth Tammany, Eve- lyn Therriault, John Tommey, Tibor Toth, Richard Tripp, Robert Twigg, John Van Nest, Alice Vartabedian, William Watson, Judith West, Constance Westbrook, Leila Westfall, Linda Westfall, George Whitcomb, Walter Winn, Beverly Winters, Richard Workman, Jane Yeager, Emily Yorshis, Kenneth Young, Leonard Zecchini. 55 RING COMMITTEES CLASS OF 1958 RING COMMITTEE Left to Right: Priscilla Terrio, Marjorie Ganley, Jean Arnold, Judith Clough, Gordon Schwartz, William Burleigh, David Simpson, Simone Nolet, Chairman; Robert Mehlhouse, John Giovinco, Nancy White, Edith Leidich, Norma Kibbee, Mary Taylor, Dorothy Byrnes. CLASS OF 1959 RING COMMITTEE Left to Right; Standing, Connie Barry, Carol Winkley, David Pearson, George Connors, William Simpson, Linda Plummer, Robert Mirisola. Seated, Linda Kinnear, Joan Lynch, Irene Cordts, Gerald Znamierowski, Chairman; Eleanor Webster, Betty Campbell, Janice Snow. 56 STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Carol Winkley, Corresponding Secretary; Donald McAnern, Treasurer; Rand Gesing, President; John Giovinco, Vice-President; Barbara Curran, Recording Secretary. STUDENT COUNCIL Left to Right: Standing, Rand Gesing, David Simpson, Robert Mehlhouse, Paul Durant, Richard Workman, John Van Nest, Larry Muller, Thomas Nedelka, William Simpson, George Connors, Edward Ratyna, William Burleigh. Seated, Row 1, John Giovinco, Donald McAnern, Norma Heseltine, Carol Winkley, Connie Barry, Alice O ' Connor, Carol Gesing, Linda Black. Row 2, Betty Campbell, Leslie Hart, Polly HoUihan, Judith Karlis, Barbara Curran, Gordon Schwartz, James Clegg. The Student Council is a group of able pupils making the laws which rule as the government of our school. This group conducts an annual Student Council Week which consists of a " Dime Dance, " a paid assembly, and tag day. Its biggest project this year was a con- vention of the Councils of seventy high schools which was held here in April and was truly successful. STUDENT GUIDES Back Row, William Burleigh, David Pearson, George Reed, Thomas Nedelka, James Bennett, David Simpson, William Simpson, Robert Colpitts, Donald McAnern. Middle Row, Norma Heseltine, Lois Bennett, James Clegg, Gerald Znamierowski, Rand Gesing, Gordon Schwartz, Glenn Williams, Ruth Neisser, Barbara Curran, Patricia Golden. Seated, Priscilla Terrio, Carol Winkley, Cynthia Mandros, Sara Jane Clift, John Giovinco, Chairman; Priscilla Alden, Edith Leidich, Connie Barry, Beverly Sparks. The Student Guides is a group of school leaders selected to orient visitors to the new school and to assist the faculty in the orientation program at the beginning of the school 0 SERVICE CLUB The Service Club has a dual purpose: service to both the school and the community. One of its biggest pro- jects this year was the creation of a nativity scene which was used in the Christmas Assembly. Service CiT Bl B Golden P ' Sodai L ' anor eb.. At • ' cBfide, p, Service; Sf .. j suref. 60 VARSITY CLUB Itl: Left to Riuht: Back Row, James Cleii.u, Alfred Tripp, Rand Gesin , Rich- ard Dulont;, Gordon Schwartz, John Cavallaro, James Richardson, Robert Colpitts, David Pearson, Nicholas Ricci, George Reed, Lester Gorrie, Edgar Joiner, Gerald Fleischli, Donald McAnern, Steven Black, Donald Wescott, John Lowe, William Gallant, David Cronin. Third Row, Mr. Mclntyre, Faculty Advisor; Edward Bolia, Frank Donahue, Gerald Znamierowski, Robert Charland, William Davis, Walter Bleszinski, James McKiniry, Granville Cutler, William Simeone, John Fitz erald, Carl Comeau, Albert Carlson, William Hajjar, Edward Raryna, Robert Hawes, Robert Haggerty, Frederick Allen, Thomas Low, Richard Grant, Stephen McKittrick. Second Row, Donald Sorric, Richard Workman, David Simpson, Vice-President; James Bennett, Glenn Williams, Tresaurer; John Giovinco, President; Norma Heseltine, Secretary; Robert Shaughnessy, Robert Mehlhouse, John Van Nest, Allen Smeltzer. Front Row, Jane Fitzgerald, Carol Becotte, Elizabeth Campbell, Mary Dumont, Eleanor Webster, Irene Cordts, Cornelia Barry, Priscilla Alden, Sara Jane Clift, Beverly Sparks, Patricia Golden, Margaret Nicoll, Thomasine Brucato, Carol Gesing. Behind these closed doors the Varsity Club is in session. All students having acheived a letter in a varsity sport are eligible for the Varsity Club. It ' s purpose is to bring upon an awareness of sportsman- ship and athletic ability. JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Left to Right: Back Row, Cynthia Sullivan, Sara Jane Clift, Janice Snow, Polly Hollihan, Eleanor Finnerty, Ann Berthold. Middle Row, Gail Marruzzi, Emily Yorshis, Priscilla Reynolds, Dorothy Byrnes, David Simpson, David Lynch, Joan Ellen Simeone, Janet Lord, Carol Assoian. Front Row, Kathleen Nelligan, Linda Johanson, Treasurer; Helen Ellis, Vice-President; Patricia Murnane, President; Leslie Hart, Secretary; Philip Blaisdell, Publicity. During the school year of 1957-58, the Andover Jun- ior Red Cross has been very successful. We have achieved a 100% membership and have undertaken five major projects: The Murphy Army Hospital Talent Show; a Christmas party at Lawrence General Hospital; A Thanksgiving collection of food for Saint Anne ' s Orphanage; a Valentine party at Clover Hill Hospital; and the compiling of an International Album containing material on school, town, and state affairs, to promote better relations with other coun- tries. J. R. Study Group Abroad SCIENCE CLUB Left to Richt: Back Row, Stephen Wri.uht, Philip Colquhoun, Will- iam Barnes, George Desmet, Ger- ald Fleischli, Richard Healy, James Richardson. Middle Row, Charles Glazerman, David Gold- man, Robert Garrison, James Ben- nett, Donald Wescot, Alfred Tripp, Ronald Theberge, Mr, Hopkins, Advisor. Front Row, Mary Jo Owens, Marion Kramer, Barbara Payne, Linda Johanson, Ruth Slade, Jane Yeager, Susan Mulvey. Tlie science club was started in ortier to stimulate a general interest in science which might possibly lead to worth- wliile careers in this field. RADIO CLUB Left to Right: Back Row. David Pearson. William Simeone, George Clarke, John Mc Evoy, Judy Scott. Seated, Susan Mulvey. Linda Johanson, Carolyn Grant, Susan Slade. Judith Maxwell, Sandra Hender- son. The Radio Club acquaints its members with methods of broad- casting and gives them experience by giving them an opportunity to speak over the public address system. 63 CREATIVE WRITING GROUP ADVISOR MISS CARLSON The purpose of tlie Creative Writing Group is to broaden the literary experience of it ' s members. Standing from Left to Right: Roger Blaisdell, Stephen Wright, George Connors, Mary Taylor, Judith Gilcreast, Roger Roberge, Leslie Hart. Seated from Left to Right: Susan Mulvey, Ann Berthold, Linda Johanson, Sandra Glennie, Caroline Grant, Mary Costello, Marian Kramer, Carol Asoian. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The Assembly Committee is in charge of arranging exchange assembly programs for our school. Standing, Paul Durant, Jacqueline Banford. Seated from Left to Right: Bruce Meyers, Bonnell Bubar, Gordon Schwartz, Chairman; Debora Newcomb. PRESS CLUB Standing from Left to Right: Sara Jane Clift, Joan Lynch, Irene Courdts, Jane Yeager, Debra Newcomb, Susan Slade. Seated from Left to Right: Helen Ellis, Mr. Wormwood, Advisor; Mary Jo Owens, Mary Taylor. The Press Club is an organization to help keep the town in contact with the school. By writing up the various school events and news items for the Andover Townsman and the Law- rence Tribune, many more people become acquainted with the activit- ies of Andover High. The Press Club features articles on some of the out- standing students and their hobbies. LEADERS IN OUR SCHOOL Goldsmith Prize Speaking Contest Left to Right; Roger Roberge, Polly Holihan, George Connors, Barry Skiba. Judy White and Jane McEvoy were absent. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Left to Right: Front Row, Two year members: Sheila Serio, Judith White, Ruth Slade, Vice President; Priscilla Terrio, President; Gerald Fleischli, Secretary-Treasurer; Miss Smith, Faculty Advisor; Rand Gesing, Ruth Neisser, Priscilla Reynolds, Sara Jane Clift. Middle Row, One year members: Sandra McBride, Mary Jo Owens, Genevieve Lampariello, Patricia Adams, Cynthia Mandros, Sandra Gleenie, Iri nc ( urJts, Helen Lynn Morris, Anne Berthold, Edith Leidich, Judith Gilcreast, Elizabeth McEvoy. Back Row, Alfred Tripp, Ronald Theberge, William Burleigh, Donald McAnern, Thomas Nedelka, JefTery Hall, William Barnes, George Ziegra.j Donald Westcott, Richard Chase; missing were Priscilla Alden] and Leslie Hart. MOSAIC STAFF MAKE-UP From bottom to top: Susan Slade, June Leacock, Roberta MacCaus- land, Joseph Laurenza, and Ruth Slade. BUSINESS Seated from left to right: Annalee Johnson, Linda Johanson, Susan Slade, Charlotte Johnson. Kneeling from left to right: Leslie Hart, Jane Yeager, Alice O ' Connor, and Karen Hutchinson. SPORTS From left to right: Edward Ratyna, Donald Wescott, and Roger Blais- dell. EDITORS Richard Chase, Business Editor; Ruth Slade, Make-up Editor; Rand Gesing, Sports Editor; PrisciUa Terrio, Feature Editor; Ruth Neis- ser, Editor in Chief; and Judith White, Exchange Editor; missing is Shelia Serio, News Editor. FEATURE Seated from left to right: Edward Ratyna, Annalee Johnson, Kathleen Nelligan, Charlotte Johnson, Elinor Finnerty, Elizabeth King, Joan Lynch, Roger Blaisdell, Priscilla Reynolds . Kneeling from left to right: Jane Yeager, Debora New- comb, Karen Hutchinson, Linda Johanson. 68 EXCHANGE Seated from left to righ: Judith Karlis, Annalee Johnson, Ellen Kfoury, Debora Newcomb. Kneel- ing from left to right: Patricia Sanguedolce, and Evelyn Kocher. NEWS Seated from left to right: Leslie Hart, Susan Slade, Lynn Morris. Kneeling from left to right: Alice O ' Connor, and Sandra Glennie. ilililiy I l l , , jr. Tl - L 1 MMI 00 LU Q 3: Q 00 O o u X o X oc uj o Q z c ) J -4 — - ' c il •• i; sd ' o .5 5| " S . a Ji ■ c G C " J no „ -i: UJ i ' o " s. c - c -c Q 4J OJ (-■ J- TO c OS c : -1 - 2 .t: « 3j ■ c X 03 ,3 — a. c o o t} I ' c 5 i« K « I- O 11 «J •- c o -oca c CO 5 «=. n ' S — C ' i ' 5 Q- V- T -i I ' u C M ■ Z: C 1J 3 -f . C E ' g- ' H C E e: c £■ 5 - -c jj - ' C E £J.— a. c = c : S E r- ' ' 70 MAJORETTES Left to Right: Back Row, Rose- maty Picard, Judith Lammanna, Mary Derbyshite, Patticia Flah- etty, Bevetly Reynolds, Marie Fu- cile, Alice Vartabedian. Front Row, Carol Winkley, Janice Snow, Head; Dorothy Byrnes, Judith White, and Marilyn Freeman. These pretty majorettes, gracefuJly strutting down the field at the head of the band, add that " certain something " to each football game. Who would ever think of missing Andover ' s parades with those smilling girls leading the way? I GLEE CLUB Left to Right: Back Row, Edith Leidich, Barbara Curran, Barbara Payne, Jacqueline Barn- ford, Helen Lynne Morris, Carol Winkley, Jane Yeager, Sandra Glennie, Linda Low, Doris DeHart, Norma Jean Peatman, Carol Ringland, Linda Dow, Debra Newcomb, Linda Johanson, Susan Sheryl Hartford, Meredith Manning, Marilyn Hardy. Left to Right: Sec- ond Row, Bonnell Bubar, Ann Henrick, Cornelia Barry, Patricia Flaherty, Janet Lord, Theodora Zubrinski, Mary Porter, June Leacock, Pricilla Reynolds, Judy Silva, Joan Ellen Simeone, Beatrice Lemire, Shelia Serio, Priscilla Terrio, Norma Heseltine, Beverly Sparks, Sandra McBride, Mary Dumont, Gail Maruzzi, Jo Ann Essiambra. Left to Right: First Row, Carol Gesing, Caroline Grant, Elizabeth King, Charlotte Bentley, Susan Shaw, Bar- bara Forsythe, Helen Ellis, Sandra Fairweather, Mrs. Wilson. Left to Right: Back Row, Edgar Joiner, Alan Henderson, David Pearson, George Reed, Philip Colquhoun, George Connors, Gerald Fleischli, Robert Colpitts, William Burleigh. Left to Right: Second Row, Gordon Schwartz, John Giovinco, Stephen Black, Rand Gesing, Glenn Williams William Simeone, Richard Chase, Gerald Znamierowski. Front Row, Robert Mehlhouse, David Simpson, Jeff Hall, James Bennett, George Desmet, Allen Smeltzer, Calvin Metcalf. 72 " Mi . . . Mi . . . Me. " THE SIX-TEENS Left to Right: Beatrice Lemire, Norma Jean iPeatman, Carol Gesing, Linda Low, Doris DeHart, Carolyn Grant. Mrs. Wilson is seated at the piano. This sextette is a group of six sophomore girls who participate in assemblies and other musical events. ECHOES-8 Left to Right: John Giovinco, Glenn Williams, William Bur- leigh, Gordon Schwartz, Robert Colpitts, David Simpson, James Bennett, Philip Colquhoun. Mrs. Wilson is their accompianisc. Something new has been added to Andover High — the Echoes- 8. This popular group is com- prised of eight seniors who jusi love to sing. This group made it ' s debut on November seventh when they sang at Fort Devens as part of the program sponsored by the Junior Red Cross. JAZZ BAND Philip Colquhoun, piano; Ger- ald Fleischli, drums; Edward Join- er, saxophone; Alfred Tripp, clar- inet; James Bennett, trumpet; John Giovinco, bass; Bruce Mey- ers, trombone. Go, man, go! " 7957 FOOTBALL TEAM Left to Right: Back Row, Jack Cavallaro, Nicholas Ricci, James Dowd, George Alan Smeltzer, David Simpson, James Bennett, Richard Workman, Jack Van Nest, David Pearson, Lester Gorrie, Robert Colpitts, Rand Gesing, Coach Robert Mclntyre. Left to Right: Second Row, Lawrence MuUer, Thomas Low, Frederick Al- len, Franklyn Emmett, David King, Alfred Tripp, Frank Donahue, George Whitcomb, Edward Munroe, Robert Haggerty, Robert Charlan, Richard Tripp. Left to Right: Front Row, Assistant Coach, Drummond Bissett, Walter Curran, Bradley Richards, Richard Dulong, John Birdsall, Gates Poore, Albert Carlson, James Mc- Kinniry, Frank Carelli, Carl Comeau, William Hajjar, Tibor Toth, Gerald Fleischli. With only four returning regulars, the inex- perienced Andover High Blue Devils dropped their opening game to a powerful Wellesley team; but the vastly improved Andoverites showed promise in los- ing to a heavily favored Danvers Club by a close score. In one of the most exciting games of the season, the Blue and Gold edged a highly touted Billerica eleven. Our boys made it three in a row by downing Stoneham and Lexington. In the waning moments of their traditional game an inspired And- over eleven were beaten by its arch rival Metheun. Andover suffered it ' s fourth loss at the hands of Cambridge Latin. After five successive Turkey Day setbacks a heavier and more experienced North And- over Club gained revenge toppling the Blue Devils by a 21-0 score. The big and versitale backfield consisted of Captain " Turk " Reed and " Chief " Carelli at the half- backs; " Buzzy " Simpson in the fullback slot and " Jungle Jim " Bennett running from the quarterback position. Comprising the bulk of one of the fastest and lightest lines in years were guards Al Tripp and Ed Munroe, and tackles " Goose " Gesing and Bob Col- pitts: In the reserves were Jerry Fleischli, " Butch " Donahue, " Cavy " Cavallaro, Carl Comeau. The new Andover High Cross Countr ' Team had a very successful year, winning seven out of its nine meets and placing seventh in the State for its class. The team will lose three members at graduation this year, but there are many good runners to carry on in 1958-59. Those who earned their letters are as follows: Captain Bill Davis, Ed Bolia, Dave Cronin, Donald Sorrie, Gordon Schwartz, and Donald Wescott. Left to Right: Back Row, David Cronin, Edward Bolia, Lynn Johnson, Donald Sorrie, Brian Allen, Terrance Sweeney, Joseph Hasting. Left to Right: Front Row, Robert Melhouse, Donald Wescott, Captain William Davis, Gordon Schwartz, and John Lowe. Co-captains Dave Simpson and Frank Carelli will lead Coach Bob Mclntyre ' s great Track Team to what looks like another winning season. Coach Mclntyre thinks that this will be the best in recent years. A great number of returning letter men head the star-studded team. There are: sprint- ers Frank Carelli and Ed Joiner; distance men: Ed Ratyna, and Bill Davis; shot putter: Dave Simpson. Left to Right: Back Row, David Cronin, Edward Bolia, John Lowe, Edgar Joiner, Richard Work- man, Charles Bergeron, John Ozoonian, Joseph Hastings. Left to Right: Front Row, Richard Grant, Frank Carelli, David Simpson, Carl Comeau, and William Davis. GYM TEAM Back row from left to right: Richard Dulong, James Bravacos, Thomas Low, George Whitcomb, William Dobbie, Christopher Muller, James Gorrie, Richard Tripp, John Ozoonian First row; Mr. Thorn- Robert Colpitts, Gates Poore, William Simpson. ton. Advisor, and Captain John Fitzgerald. Second row from left to right: Richard Meyers, For the first time in many years gymnastics re- turned with a huge success to Andover High as a varsity sport. The success of this year ' s team is credited mainly to two people, Captain Jack Fitz- gerald and first year coach Dick Thornton, but the rest of the team also contributed to all our victories. Bob Colpits and Jack Fitzgerald are the outstanding senior members. Captain Fitzie. 1957-58 BASKETBALL TEAM Co-captain Jim Bennett led his Andover High team- mates in scoring for the second straight year with a total of 379 points in 22 games in which the Blue Devils won 13 and lost nine. Glenn Williams and his back-court running mate, Co- captain John Giovinco, followed Bennett with 297, and Johnny came through with 268. Our boys took part in the Bay State tournament fol- lowing the regular season and advanced to the finals in Class B before losing out to Lexington 75-50. Both Ben- nett and Williams turned in outstanding performances and were rewarded by being named to the Class B All-Tourna- ment team. Next season Andover will play in the Northeastern Conference. Back row from left to right: Paul Durant, Jimmy Dowd, Dave Pearson, George Ziegra, Robert Mel- house, Robert Shaughnessey, Coach Robert Collier, Jack Van Nest, George Reed, James Richardson, Donald Mc- Anern, Glen Williams, Roy Sharpe. Kneeling: Co-Captains John Giovinco and James Bennett. " I can ' t miss! ' 81 This year, the girls ' intramural sports got off to an excellent start with eighty-seven girls participating in our fall sport-soccer, under the capable direction of Miss Sally Marshall and Mr, Donald D. Dunn. The three classes weer divided into six teams — senior, 2 jun- ior, 3 sophomore-which played five games. Captains of these enthus- iastic teams were: Marjorie Ganley of senior team one, winning no games, Lynn Morris of junior team two, winning one game; Anne Berthold of junior team three, winning four games; Audrey Dawes of sophomore team four, winning two games; Alice O ' Connor of Sophomore team five, winning one game; co-captains Annalee Johnson and Linda Howe of sophomore team six winning three games. At the height of the season, the teams were honored by having their photographs appear in a local paper. Junior-Senior Team; Left to Right: Back Row, Theodora Zubrinski, Patricia Adams, Sheila Serio, Marion Cramer, Marjorie Ganley, Miss Marshall, Helen Ellis, Judith Young, Marie Currie, Cynthia Mandros, Carol Ringland, Roberta MacCausland. Left to Right: Middle Row, Lelsie Hart, Priscilla Terrio, Lynn Morris, Mary Jo Owens, Elizabeth Mc- Evoy. Left to Right: Front Row, Anne Berthold, Joan Lynch, Linda Plummet, Patricia Sanguedolce, Evelyn Kocher, Joyce Barleon, Jacqueline Bamford, Sharon Riggin, Moira Sullivan. Sophomore Team; Left to Right: Back Row, Miss Sally Mar- shall, Susan Mulvey, Linda Howe, Polly Holihan, Linda Johanson, Jane Yeager, Mary Costello, Mr. Donald D. Dunn. Left to Right; Left to Right; Middle Row, Barbara Greenhow, June Leacock, Jane Simpson, Sheryl Hartford, Judy Scott, Linda Lowe, Charlotte Johnson, Susan Shaw, Annalee Johnson, Lan Done, Sandra Hender- son, Virginia Abbott, Judy Maxwell Carol Davis, Elinor Finnerty, Left to Right; Front Row, Linda Black, Alice O ' Connor, Karen Hutchinson, Debora Newcomb, Ellen Kfoury, Meredith Manning, Kathleen Merrill. 85 Center: Captain Patricia Golden. Left to Right: Beverly Sparks, Betsy Campbell, Irene Cordis, Priscilla Alden, Sara Jane Clift, Eleanor Webster, and Margaret Nicoll. CHEERLEADERS Unlimited pep and enthusiasm describe our truly wonderful cheerleaders. What would our rallies have been like without Patsy and her gang to take charge? The support which these girls have given to the boys in all athletic contests has certainly been an incentive toward victory! SUBSTITUTE CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Seated, Janet Lord, Carol Gesing. Standing: Ursula Hahnenstein, Mary Dumont, Marie Menzie, and Jane Fitzgerald. 86 A-N-D-O-V-E-R!! 89 i PROM PLANNING BOARD Left to Right: Standing, Carol Becotte, Glenn Williams, Rand Gesing, John Giovinco, Alan Brown, David Simpson Donald McAnern Left to Right: Seated, Sheila Serio, Janet Skulski, James Bennett, Sara Clift, Barbara Forcythe and Priscilla Alden. COMMITTEE HEADS Left to Right: Standing, James Bennett, Decoration Chairman and Co-chairman of Prom Planning Board; Priscilla Alden, Decoration Chairman; Sara Clift, Co- chairman of Prom Planning Board; John Giovinco and Edith Leidick, Junior Host and Hostess; Judy Clough, and Ralph Allen. Chairmen of Refreshment Committee. Left to Right: Seated, Philip Colquhoun and Ruth Neisser, Chairmen of Photography Committee, Cynthia Mandros and Janet Sk ulski, Queen ' s Com- mittee Chairmen; James Clegg, Prom Chairman; Sandra McBride and Priscilla Reynolds, Chairmen of Invitations and Tickets; Priscilla Terrio and Robert Colpitts, Chairmen of Ushers and Usherettes. DECORATING Hard Work, But Lots of Fun A regular guy! Let ' s hope it doesn ' t fall " Hold the ladder will ya? ' 90 so HAPPY SHE CRIED p- I i w 7A Hold snll. III mmm It V T-iiiiiigfr- BeTeri; SpaL ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ° ' ' ' ' " ' ' " den, Helen Ellis, and " I was so happy when Edie was crowned. AFTER MIDNIGHT North Redding , l ibb. C R t£ Do Tour Sou+hej o Fried CliTckeo ' Peas French Fried ' Pota lobsc-d Salad es D e S«e.r4s Tec C.rcAr Roll! Fro if C Pleasant ivork loith other girls and young men Prestige of a responsible job with a well-knotvn and respected company If your list shows three checks, then you should check into what the Telephone Company has to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before they graduate from high school. Come in and see our employment interviewer soon. You ' ll enjoy talking with her. Act now, and you can say with pride, " I ' m all set! I ' m going to work with the Telephone Company! " See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and talk first with her about when and where to apply. NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 98 Complimenfs of ANGELA ' S BEAUTY SALON Best Wishes SHAWSHEEN LUNCHEONETTE Compliments of HARTIGAN ' S PHARMACY 66 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. With all Best Wishes for a Successful Future for the Members of the Gloss of 1958. EDITH NOURSE ROGERS MEMBER OF CONGRESS Compliments of WOOLWORTH ' S EMPLOYEES Compliments of CLARK MOTOR CO. ANDOVER, MASS. BUCHAN McNALLY PLUMBING and HEATING Telephone 121 211 No. Main Street Andover, Mass. HAROLD PHINNEY 26 PARK STREET Records, Radios, Hi-Fi T. V. GLOBE FURNITURE CO. 190 ESSEX STREET Lawrence CHERRY ' S Always rates an A in fashion 99 Compliments of SENATOR CHARLES S. MARSTON, 3rd 4th Essex District THE BERNARDIN AGENCY INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE 3 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes to the Class of ' 58 THE ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL W H IT E - W A Y LAUNDERERS CLEANERS " Same Day Cleaning Service " 575 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE ONE HOUR MARTINIZING The Most in Dry Cleaning Pick-up Delivery Service Mu 9-9691 495 ESSEX STREET HILL ' S tiardware Tools Seeds Painfs Housewares 45 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. A FRIEND SIMEONE PHARMACY William F. Simeone, Ph. G., Reg. Phar. Telephone 418 2 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS W. SHIRLEY BARNARD REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE Telephone 202 36 MAIN STREET (Corner of Barnard) ANDOVER, MASS. Good Luck Seniors from THE SOPHOMORE CLASS J. E. PITMAN EST. LUMBER 63 PARK STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 100 STARLINGS SUNOCO STATION 205 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER Compliments of M. A. BURKE Memorial Funeral Home R. C. SIMMERS REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE Telephone 2316 94 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. PETE ' S ANDOVER SPA ELM SQUARE ANDOVER, MASS. ' Phid " " Pete ' Besf Wishes Seniors from THE ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOOL VARSITY CLUB WEINER ' S CAMERA SHOP 270 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. MARUM ' S RETAIL Your Favorite Mill Store 15 UNION STREET LAWRENCE MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN, INC. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 226 ESSEX STREET, LAWRENCE Best Wishes to the Senior Class from the Prize Winning ANDOVER GIRLS BAND SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 510 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS Phone Mu 6-6337 101 Samuel Osgood, President BILLINGS INC. Jewelers arid Opf c ans 36 MAIN STREET Telephone 742 ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of THE COFFEE MILL ANDOVER, MASS. THE DAME SHOP INCORPORATED Corsets — Elastic Stockings — Lingerie — Hoisery 40 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Phone 1658 SOFLEX CLOTHING, INC. Custom Made Suits Featuring the Ivy Look or Any Style You Prefer 147 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. JACK SPIRES PAINT WALLPAPER CO. Touraine Paints — Strahan Wallpaper Telephone MU 34371 43 Hampshire Cor. Common Street Lawrence, Moss. METRO MUSIC CENTER, INC. 110 Central Street, Lowell, Mass. 472 Common Street, Lawrence, Mass. Glenview 5-5810 Murdock 2-0232 Musical Instruments — Sheet Music — Orchestrations Instructions on all Instruments TREAT HARDWARE CORPORATION LAWRENCE, MASS. Compliments of S. S. KRESGE CO. 341 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE Good Luck Graduate ' s " 58 " S O R E F F ' S 209 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE Clothiers of the Family DIAMONDS -.- WATCHES -.- SILVERWARE MERRIMACK JEWELERY CO. 22-28 FRANKLIN STREET, LAWRENCE Television and Electrical Appliances John O ' Keefe Tel. MU 7-7089 Proprietor Res. MU 2-9172 MARY ANN ' S CARD SHOP Fine Yarns Greeting Cards 92 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. PLAYHOUSE ANDOVER 1 02 R. J. MACARTNEY CO. 5 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. TOWN PRINTING COMPANY Patrick Bissonnette, George Durant, Proprietors PHOTOGRAPHIC OFFSET and LETTER PRESS Complete Printing Service Telephone Andover 626 4 PARK STREET ANDOVER, MASS. JOHNNY ' S SUPER MARKET 43 PARK STREET Andover, Mass. Telephone 2740 THE RAVEN BEAUTY SHOPE 28 PARK STREET ANDOVER Telephone 1136 We pride ourselves on our Scalp Treatments, Facials, Hair Stylings, Permanenfs Opposite the Fire Station BEST WISHES for Success and Happiness in all your plans. THE JUNIOR CLASS 103 " W iere Dry Cleaning is an Art ' CLEANERS 357 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 54-58 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. LIVINGSTON ' S FLOWER SHOP ANDOVER, MASS. CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES TO THE GRADUATING CLASS OF 1958 Bay State Mer ants NATIONAL BANkS 84 MAIN STREET, ANDOVER in Lawrence 238 Essex Street and 590 Essex Street SERVING GREATER LAWRENCE SINCE 1847 Member Federal Reserve System Federal Deposii Insurarice Corp. 104 ANDOVER FINANCE COMPANY A Complete Loan and Financing Service Musgrove Bldg. Andover, Mass. Compliments of WENDELL BERMAN INSURANCE AGENCY F. A. HISCOX CO., INC. 60 MAIN STREET, ANDOVER Curtains, Blankets, Rugs, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Tablelinens, Comforters, Towels, Bedspreads JOHN H. GRECOE WATCHES - DIAMONDS - JEWELERY - SILVERWARE - OPTICIAN The most completely stocked jewelery store in Merrimack Valley Incomparable Repair Service 46 MAIN STREET Phone 830 Compliments of WHITWORTH ' S RUBBER and SPORTING GOODS STORE Complete Athletic Outfitters Phone Mu. 2-2573 581 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. PLAYDON FLORIST Telephone 70 35 LOWELL STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of REPRESENTATIVE FRANK S. GILES Republican floor leader — House of Representatives Compliments of FRANZ VARIETY STORE 185 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 105 CARUSO ' S JEWELRY MODERNE SHOPPE Diamonds — Jewelry — Appraisals — Bridal Gowns Rentals — Complete Wedding Arrangements 221 Essex St. (next to Sear ' s) Telephone MU 3-1111 Andover ' s Record Shop COLE ' S PAINT AND HARDWARE 10 MAIN STREET TEL. 1156 You can a ways depend on the Best Service and Workmanship B E N N I E ' S Sanitary Barber Shop Four Expert Barbers — No Waiting 17 MAIN STREET Telephone 1955 Compliments of MERRIMACK CO-OPERATIVE BANK 264 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE Compliments of KARELIS JEWELERS MAC ' S MEN BOYS SHOP 139 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Announcing our new formal Rental Department Compliments of PETER ' S Compliments of SHAWSHEEN PHARMACY DALTON PHARMACY 16 MAIN STREET AN DOVER, MASS. Compliments of ANDOVER CONSUMER ' S CO-OPERATIVE owned by 1500 FAMILIES OF ANDOVER FORD ' S COFFEE SHOP 14 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. LOOK PHOTO SERVICE See us at our new location! 8 MAIN STREET 106 " Things Different " MICHAEL JAY ' S MAIN STREET Easy Shopping No Parking Difficulties Compliments of G L E N N I E ' S NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. JOHN M. MURRAY Gulf Super Service Cor. Main and Chestnut Streets Sam Tomaselli ACADEMY BARBER SHOP 3 Barbers — Good Service 96 Main Street, Andover (Near A P) FREE PARKING ACROSS STREET Compliments of CROSS COAL Compliments of THE CHEERLEADERS Best Wishes to The Class of ' 58 A FRIEND 4 Haverhill Street, Shawsheen Village, Andover, Mass. Telephone AND. 2763 A. B. SUTHERLAND CO. " Merrimack Valley ' s Leading Family Department Store ' 309-325 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE WOODWORTH MOTORS. Inc. Telephone: Andover 2033 Webster I. Woodworth Shawsheen Square General Manager Andover Massachusetts Compliments of NAPOLI PIZZA 107 REINHOLD ' S Rubbers — Sneakers — Men ' s and Boy ' s Furnishings 13 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 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