Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)

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Dm IN HONOR OF ANDOVER ' S 100th GRADUATING CLASS Andover, Mass The class of 1959 presents A N D A N N 0 Dedication Miss Phelan: During our high school years, we have turned to you frequently for help and encouragement, — the girls, particularly, for your wise counsel; all of us, for your generous assistance. It is very difficult for us, now, to show adequate appreciation to you for all that you have done for us. It is our hope that the dedication of this book to you will indicate our thanks for your untiring efforts in our behalf. Class of 1959 5 ADMINISTRATION FACULTY ISABELLE PHELAN Dean of Girls WILLIAM J. IGOE Guidance Director GUIDANCE CHARLES GREGORY Guidance Counselor BEATRICE L. STEVENS Head of English Department BERNARD M. KELLMURRAY PRISCILLA TROWBRIDGE ENGLISH HARRIET HANNIGAN GERTRUDE B. HARDY Head of Mathematics Depanment ROBERT B. MCINTYRE ROBERT MORRIS ARNOLD ZINNS MATHEMATICS 1 G. ARTHUR DANFORTH Head of Science Department PAUL A. HOPKINS DAVID C. WOOD MARGARET PEARSALL SCIENCE MARGARET KENNETH MC KINIRY EILEEN CARLSON FRANCES DALTON HAWKESWORTH HISTORY LIBRARIAN ART DONALD D. DUNN SALLY MARSHALL RICHARD THORNTON CHRISTY ROBINSON Director of Athletics 8 ATHLETICS MANUAL TRAINING ROGER WHITCOMB GEORGE SYMONDS FRED COLLINS OWEN HINCKLEY CUSTODIANS DRIVER TRAINING MARY BOLOIAN ETHEL WILSON JOSEPHINE BROADBENT OFFICE REMEDIAL READING RUTH WESCOTT POLLY BRECK Nurse Dental Hygienist MEDICAL STAFF 9 PROLOGUE During the past one hundred years, there have been many changes in the educational system, both in teaching methods and student-teacher relations. The caricature drawn throughout the book signifies progress. Just as he indicates progress in his modes of transportation, so has Andover ' s educational system made progress. It is our hope that Andover High School will continue to grow, as it has during the past one hundred years. PATRICIA ANNE ADAMS 23 Canterbury Street " Pat " " Adamsie " Will make a driver students . . . school. Red Cross 4 . Sports 4 . . . Fair, Winner good leader . . . wonderful swimmer . . . one of our Honor . . " Pat " will go far after high . Orchestra 4 . . . Intramural Science Club 4 . . . Science 3 . . . Literary Club 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Service Club 3 . . . Science Fair 4. BRIAN EDWARD ALLEN 2 Sterling Street " Bri " Interested in scouting . . . likes to collect coins . . . quiet . . . shy. Spring Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 2, 3 . . . Winter Track 3 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3. MARION BAER 781 2 Haverhill Street " Marion " Always seen in Earlington ' s . . . " Petite " . . . well liked by all . . . likes swimming and bowling. Service Club 2 . . . Red Cross 2 . . . Dance Committee 2 . . . Prom, Finance Committee 3. PRISCILLA ANN BALL 10 Lincoln Circle " Patty " " Patty " has had her share of hospitals, but she is always smiling . . . goes bowling with " the girls " on Friday nights . . . wants to be a fashion co-ordinator ... off to college next year. Service Club 2, 3 . . . Science Fair 2, 3 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3 ... Barnard Essay 3 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3. JACQUELINE A. BAMFORD 40 Woodland Road " Jackie " Cute . . . transferred from North Andover . . . terrific in basketball . . . likes tennis . . . " collegiate " dresser . . . always smiling. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom Music Committee, Chair- man 3 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Fashion Show 4. JOYCE LORRAINE BARLEON 34 Linwood Street " Joyce " Always ready with a giggle . . . well liked by all . . . likes to swim and roller skate . . . often seen with Margaret. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3 . . . Press Club 4 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Committee 4. CORNELIA BERNADETTE BARRY 19 Washington Avenue " Connie " Wonderful personality . . . did a lot for A. H. S. . . . cheerful " Hi " for everyone . . . always smiling . . . loves fried clams . . . sleeping over at Mary ' s house . . . Oh, those parties! . . . " tres chic " . Student Council 3, President 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, Secretary 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 2 . . . Ring Com- mittee 3 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Girls ' Sports 3 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Lit- erary Committee 4. 13 JANE ANN BEAVEN 6 Yale Road " " Janie " Great dancer . . . can be seen at the Youth Center . . . quiet, but nice . . . will make a good teacher . . . favorite expression " I want one " . Service Club 2 . . . Intramural Sports 2 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee, Co-Chair- man 3- DOROTHY LOIS BENNETT 15 Woodcliff Road " Lo " Comedian . . . Blue and Gold ' s favorite devil . . . what spirit . . . liked by all . . . can be seen at all the games. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3 . . . Class Coun- cil 4 .. . Student Guide 3, 4. RICHARD JAMES BERNARD South Main Street " Dick " Loves to tinker with cars . . . Oh! That wavy hair! . . . likes to hunt . . . often seen at Carol ' s . . . Marine Corps Reserves. Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Year- book, Business Committee 4. ANNE BERTHOLD 179 Shawsheen Road " Anne " Quiet . . . artistic . . . forever blushing . . . full of laughs . . . great kid. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Red Cross Council 2, 3 . . . Crea- tive Writing 3, 4 . . . Science Club 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Year- book, Art Committee 4. 14 FRANCES LILLIAN BISHOP 91 North Main Street " Bish " " Frannie " Beautiful clothes . . . will make a great model . . . that long hair! . . . crazy earrings. Service Club 2 . . . Prom, Finance Com- mittee 3. EDWARD JOSEPH BOLIA 14 Riverian Road " Ed- Quiet . . . reserved . . . likes track . . . enjoys swimming, boating, hunting ... Ed is a good sport in every sense of the word. Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Winter Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 3, 4, Captain 4 . . . Football 2 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Yearbook, Boys ' Sports Committee 4. KATHLEEN FRANCES CALLAHAN 1 5 Cheever Circle " Kathy " Full of fun . . . Kathy is liked by everyone . . . active member of the class . . . party goer . . . always seen at dances. Library Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Co mmittee 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intra- mural Sports 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Com- mittee, Refreshment Comitteee, Chairman, Usherette 3 . . . Science Club 4 . . . Year- book, Photography Committee 4. ELIZABETH MARTHA CAMPBELL 54 High Street " Betty " Full of pep . . . great dancer . . . loves parties ... " I said satisfied " . . . very pretty . . . plans to be a dancing teacher . . . hard worker . . . success in all things . . . passenger in the " Lynch bomb " . Cheerleader 2, 3, Captain 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4, Recording Secretary 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 3 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Social Committee, Chairman 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Committee, Usherette 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 - . . Fashion Show, Co-chairman 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 3, 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Committee 4. JOHN JOSEPH CATANIA Andover Street " John " Oh! those submarine sandwiches! . . To " — that adorable dog . . . sense of humor . . . class clown. Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . book, Business Committee 4. . " To- terrific Year- ROBERT DONAT CHARLAND 18 Topping Road " Charlie " Wherever Bob is, Pat is ... a Navy man who likes taking cruises . . . goes mountain climbing with " the boys " . . . enjoys hockey. Basketball 2 . . . Football 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Commit- tee 3 . . . Gym Team 4. GEORGE WILLIAM CONNORS 99 North Main Street " George " Play-boy . . . Howard Johnson ' s . . . The Inn . . . Imported shirts from England . . . Hope you get your car ... a terrific per- sonality . . . good worker . . . anything George does is sure to be a success. Student Council 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Goldsmith Prize Speaking 2, 3 . . . Barnard Essay 2 . . . Red Cross 2, 4 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Prom, Chairman, Decoration Committee, Planning Board, Usher 3 . . . Yearbook, Business Editor, Literary Committee 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . " Bachelors " 4 . . . Dance Committee 4 . . . Service Club 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Cross Country 3. IRENE ANNA CORDTS Wildwood Road " Rene " Always willing to help . . . love that blond hair . . . likes Lawrence Academy . . . sweet and popular. Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Cheerleader 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Press Club 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Committee, Usherette 3 . . . Dance Com- mittee 2, 3 . . . Library Aide 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Committee 4. I DAVID HUGH CRONIN 393 South Main Street " Dave " Always talking about hockey, no matter what season . . . will rise to great success . . . " candid camera " . Cross Country 2 . . . Winter Track 3 . . . Spring Track 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Queen ' s Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Photography Committee 4. LINDA DELANEY 5 Smithshire Estates " Lyn " " Petite " . . . loves dancing and swimming . . . always smiling . . . cute kid . . . likes to draw . . . Good luck, Linda. Service Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Com- mittee 3 . . . " Mosaic " 4. MARY ANN DERBYSHIRE 40 Essex Street " Derby " Natural friendliness . . . never a dull mo- ment when " Derby " is around ... a party goer . . . enjoys dancing ... ice skating. Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3. 4 . . . Social Committee 2, 3 . . . Prom, Enter- tainment Committee 3. NEAL DesROCHES 135 North Street " Specs " Quiet, except when with the boys . . . " Specs " is a sharp dresser . . . enjoys dancing and skating . . . can always be found in Woburn ... a sure success. Service Club 2 . . . Prom, Decoration Com- mittee 3. 17 WILLIAM PAUL DOBBIE 10 Flint Circle " Bill " " Studs " Enjoys hot rodding and Hi-Fi . . . that Studebaker! . . . Gym Team enthusiast . . . well liked by all. Gym Team 3, 4 . . . Spring Track 4. MARY JANE DUMONT 134 Tewksbury Street " Duey " " Duey " is one cute kid . . . personality plus . . . one of our peppiest cheerleaders . . . likes senior science and Mr. Wood . . . Good luck, Mary, at nursing school. Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Goldsmith Speaking Contest 2 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Fashion Show 4. PATRICIA ELLEN FLAHERTY 13 Fletcher Street " Pat " Very peppy majorette . . . liked by every- one . . . always smiling . . . often seen skating or bowling . . . Best of luck, Pat, in the future. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sf orts 2, 3, 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . Prom, Finance Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Busi- ness Committee 4. .. MARILYN JANE FREEMAN 5 Virginia Road " Marlee " " Marlee " likes to swim and skate . . . " Antice " . . . United States Air Force . . . will make a good teacher . . . very active . . . Good luck. Red Cross 2 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Service Club 2, 3, General Chairman 4 . . . Band 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Head Majorette 4 . . . Prom, Finance Committee Chairman, Ush- erette 3. 18 FRANK WILLIAM FROBURG 38 Marland Road " Frank " Fools around . . . enjoys hunting and skat- ing . . . Ballardvale Softball team . . . Atlantic Food Mart. Prom, Decoration Committee. JESSICA LOIS GILL 22 Marland Street " Jessie " Watch out for flying hexes . . . likes ballet . . . individualist . . . Oh! those moon boots . . . has a wonderful voice. Glee Club 2 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Art Committee 4 . . . Goldsmith Speaking Con- test 4. JAMES LESTER GORRIE 105 North Main Street " Lester " What a laugh! . . . watch those icy roads . . . great kid to know . . . never a dull moment when Lester is around . . . full of fun. Football 2, 3 . . . Gym Team 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Basketball 2 . . . Baseball 2 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Usher 3. GERALDINE GUERIN 54 Maple Avenue " Jerry " Friday nights . . . George . . . can be seen waiting on tables at Verrettes ...NICE . . . cute and witty . . . personality plus . . . small package of dynamite. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . " Mosaic " 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3. 19 ROBERT WILLIAM HAGGERTY 450 Andover Street " Hag- Crazy driver . . . " The Den " . . . enjoys sports . . . quiet . . . quite an athlete . . . rides around in a Merc. Football 2, 3, 4 . . . Class Treasurer 2, 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3 . . . Baseball 2, 3 . . . Co-captain 4 . . . Basketball 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Usher, Deco- ration Committee 3 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Yearbook, Boys ' Sports Editor 4 . . . " Bachelors " 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 ... " 4 Ushers " 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 4. JOYCE HAJJ 123 Salem Street " Joi " Enjoys sewing . . . roller and ice skating . . . sports . . . dancing . . . can be found at Central Friday nights . . . Bev ' s friend . . . full of fun . . . has a smile for everyone . . . well liked by all. Service Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Yearbook, Business Committee 4 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3. LESLIE ALICE HART 4 Rocky Hill Road " Les " Enjoys reading, tennis, swimming . . . what pretty red hair . . . cute and sweet . . . has a smile for everyone . . . full of fun . . . well-liked by all . . . Good Luck at Pem- broke, Leslie. Service Club 2, 3 . . . Red Cross 2 . . . Secretary 3 . . . " Mosaic " 2, 3 . . . News Editor 4 . . . Student Council 3 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Prom, Photography Com- mittee 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Com- mittee 4. 20 BARBARA ANNE HATCH Pine Tree Lane " Bridgette " Terrific personality . . . loves to go to the frolics . . . always willing to help . . . one of our future teachers . . . Oh! that " Merc " . . . when Barbara is around, there is sure to be fun . . . Good luck in college. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Band 2 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Committee 4 . . Prom, Music Committee 3 . . . Prom Waitress 2 . . . Fashion Show 4. RICHARD JAMES HAWES, III 438 South Main Street " Dick " Likes swimming and waterskiing . . . often seen at Verrettes . . . crutches . . . Miss Steven ' s English Classes . . . " Dick " is sure to be a success. Baseball 2 . . . Football 4 . . . Gym Team 4 . . . Junior Red Cross 3, 4 . . . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3. ROBERT EDWARD HAWES 381 Lowell Street " Bob " " Hawsie " Great comedian . . . what a ball . . . " Hawsie " may be found putting on the green at the Country Club . . . loves parties . . . ardent senior science student. Baseball 2, 3 . . . Basketball 2 . . . Foot- ball Manager 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3. STUART DAVID HENDERSON 35 Tewsbury Street " Stu " Interested in nature study . . . amateur taxidermist . . . " Do you think we ' ll have a test in history? " ... his brains will assure success. Prom, Invitation and Ticket Committee 3. ELIZABETH ANNE HOMER 1 1 Fleming Avenue " Betty " Enjoys reading . . . often seen with Marion . . . sweet and carefree . . . well liked by all. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Cross 3, 4 . . . Prom, Finance Committee 3 . . . " Mosaic " 4. DAVID HENRY HUDSON 423 River Road " Henry " Dave is one of our talented musical boys . . . quiet, but liked by all . . . Good luck to you in future plans, Dave. Orchestra 2, 4 . . . Prom, Music Commit- tee 3. MARJORIE LOUISE HUNT 9 Tewksbury Street " Margie " Sweet and quiet . . . peppy majorette in the band . . . likes to swim. Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Com- mittee 3 . . . Intramural Sports 3. SAMUEL JOHN JACKSON Ballardvale Road " Jack " A friendly newcomer to our class . . . enjoys hiking and skating . . . likes working at Howard Johnson ' s. EDGAR EUGENE JOINER, III Elm Street " Eddie- Likes hockey, track, and " girls " . . . fabu- lous sax. player . . . good on the clarinet, too . . . full of fun. Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Captain 4 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Winter Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Photography Com- mittee 3 . . . Dance Band 4. JUNE ANN KACZYNSKI 8 1 Lowell Junction Road " June " Likes dancing, swimming . . . always look- ing for fun . . . full of pep. Service Club 2 . . . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3. NANCY LILLIAN KAYLOR Jenkins Road " Nan " Likes to skate . . . waterski . . . Blondie . . . personality plus . . . soft spoken . . . bound to be a success. Glee Club 2 . . . Prom, Invitation and Ticket Committee 3 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3. ELIZABETH STIMPSON KING Ballardvale Road " Liz " Enjoys skating, swimming, skiing . . . great artist and cartoonist . . . likes to have her share of fun . . . nice to everyone. Band 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 3 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3 . . . Publicity Committee 4 . . . Yearbook, Art Committee 4 . . . Science Fair 4. LINDA JANE KINNEAR 153 Summer Street " Lindy " Enjoys dancing, rollerskating . . . " Freddie " . . . full of fun . . . " 12 " . . . one cute miss with a fabulous personality. Service 2 . . . Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Usherette, Entertain- ment Committee, Chairman 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Literary Committee 4. 23 KATHLEEN E. KOCHER 221 Main Street " Bobbie " The Ivy League kid . . . likes cooking, danc- ing, hunting . . . full of personality. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Prom, Plan- ning Board, Decoration Committee, Usher- ette, Queen ' s Attendant 3 . . . Christmas Card Sale, Co-Chairman 4 . . . Yearbook, Girls ' Sports Committee 4 . . . Science Fair 4 . . . Fashion Show 4. MARION RUTH KRAMER 17 Willian Street " Marion " Plays the flute . . . collects rock " n roll . . . enjoys sewing and cooking ... a newcomer to Andover in her Junior year . . . always busy . . . intelligent . . . Lots of luck, Marion. Science Club 3, 4 . . . Creative Writing 3, 4 . . . Barnard Essay 3 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Press Club 4 . . . Service Club 4. JUDITH ANN LAMANNA 25 Lucerne Drive " Judy " Always has a smile for everyone . . . happy- go-lucky ... a lively majorette . . . Judy enjoys listening to the radio . . . skating ... P. A. boys. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Prom, Finance Committee 3 . . . Year- book, Clerical Committee 4 . . . Glee Club 2.3. 24 GENEVIEVE VERONICA LAMPARIELLO Clark Road " Gen " Gen is a smart dresser . . . liked by all . . . never at a loss for words . . . aaive member of the class . . . enjoys dancing and skating ... a certain success in whatever field she chooses. Service Club 3 . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Junior Red Cross Council, Vice-President 4 . . . Science Fair 4. GLORIA JEAN LAWRIE 50 Center Street " Gloria " Liked by everyone . . . carefree . . . enjoys popular music . . . dancing. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . Prom, Finance Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Cleric al Committee 4. JOHN CHARLES LOWE 6 Sutherland Street " John " One of the quieter members of the class . . . spends summers working at Hampton Beach . . . loves sports . . . cars. Spring Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Winter Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Cross Country 3 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3 . . . Science Fair 4. ETHEL MARY LYNCH 26 Shawsheen Road " Ether- Friendly to everyone . . . enjoys going to dances . . . Dalton ' s . . . skating . . . Intra- mural Sports 2 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3. JOAN RAE LYNCH Gray Road " Lynchie " Frequently seen with the girls in the " Lynch bomb " . . . Great personality . . . smart . . . very pretty . . . loves a good time . . . hard worker . . . " The Blob " . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Dance oCmmittee 2, 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3 . . . Press Club 3 . . • Prom, Usherette, Chair- man, Decoration Committee 3 . . • Band 4 . . . Student Council, Corresponding Secre- tary 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Class Treas- urer 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Editor 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH MAHONEY Main Street " Bill " Newcomer . . . favors swimming and horse- back riding . . . helpful and pleasant . . . off to a good start. NORMAN WILFRED MAILLOUX 5 1 Juliete Street " Norm " Enjoys weekend vacations . . . loves to tinker w ith trucks . . . frequently seen at " The Den " . . . good personality . . . great mountain climber. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3. c. GAIL PATRICIA MARRUZZI 3 Hall Avenue " Shorty " Gay . . . friendly . . . sincere worker . . . possesses a wonderful sense of humor . . . aaive member of the class . . . enjoys danc- ing, bowling, and music . . . those lockers! . . . Good luck, Gail. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Girls ' Chorus 4 . . . Red Cross 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 2, 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2 . . . Ring Com- mittee 3 . . . Prom, Invitation and Ticket Committee, Chairman 3 . . . Library Aide 4 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Editor 4. . DENISE PATRICIA McCARTHY 10 Binney Street " Denny " Speaks softly . . . nice girl . . . quiet among strangers . . . nice to know . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . Prom, Queen ' s Committee 3 . . . Science Fair 4. 26 ELIZABETH JANE McEVOY 43 Abbot Street " BJ. " Very active . . . good student . . . friendly to all . . . loves to read good novels . . . will be a sure success. Student Council 2 . . . Press Club 2, Editor 4 . . . Goldsmith Speaking Contest 3 . . . Science Club 3, 4 . . . Literary Club 2 . . . Science Fair 4. LOUIS JOSEPH McINTYRE 7 Dufton Road " Mac " " Butch " Friendly but quiet . . . likes to go to con- certs . . . nice personality . . . wherever " Mac " is, " Bobbie " is sure to be close by . . . loves pizza. Prom, Decoration Committee, Usher 3 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Science Fair 4. STEPHEN PAUL McKITTRICK 7 Walnut Avenue " Maggots " Friendly . . . full of fun . . . has a friendly " hello " for everyone . . . good things come in small packages . . . likes skating. Football, Manager 3 . . . Red Cross 3. BRUCE MEYERS 36 Marland Road " Bruce " Active . . . likes to study . . . what a talker! . . . nice personality . . . loves music. Red Cross 4 . . . Orchestra 2, 3, 4 . . . Base- ball 2. 27 IRMGARD MICHL 46 Cutler Road " Irmgard " Exchange student from Austria . . . You could not meet a nicer person . . . wonder- ful girl to know . . . although Irmgard will be with us for only a short while, she will always be remembered by the class of ■•59 " . Science Club 4 . . . Assembly Program Speaker 4 . . . Yearbook, Girls ' Sports Com- mittee 4 . . . " Mosaic " 4. ROBERT ANTHONY MIRISOLA 30 Dogton Road " Rocco " " Boopsie " Frequently seen at Howard Johnson ' s . . . Oh! that red hair . . . plans to be a teacher . . . good worker . . . fun to be with. Service Club 2 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Prom Committee, Usher 3 . . . Senior Class Council 4 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Yearbook, Business Comittee 4 . . . Fashion Show, Co-Chairman 4 . . . Publicity Committee 4 . . . Science Fair. LAURENCE LEE MITCHELL 12 Tewksbury Street " Larry " Loves to eat . . . good sport . . . makes the best coffee around . . . trig whiz. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3. WALTER FRANCIS MOONEY 12 Sutherland Street " Walt " Flirt . . . loves to eat . . . headed for the Navy . . . hunting season is any season with Walt. Service Club 3, 4 . . . Science Club 2 . . . Prom, Invitation and Ticket Committee, Usher 3 . . . Track 4 . . . Yearbook, Boys ' Sports Committee 4. 2t HELEN LYNNE MORRIS 1 Arcadia Road " Lynne " Tremendous personality . . . hard worker . . . Honor student . . . always fun to be with . . . great party giver . . . loves to ride around in cars . . . captain of the Arcadia Road Softball team . . . Good luck in college, Lynne. Service Club 2, 3 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Band 4 . . . Yearbook, Co-editor 4 . . . Class Secretary 4 . . . Student Council 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Science Fair 4 . . . Student Guide 4. ALICE EVELYN MOSHER % 148 Haggetts Pond Road " Al " Boy! can she cook! . . . great sense of humor — friendly to all . . . likes Home- making . . . likes to close lockers, especially T.N. ' s. Glee Club 2 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Girls ' Chorus 4. PATRICIA ANN MOTTRAM 68 North Street " Pat " Nice smile . . . cute giggle . . . lots of fun . . . quiet . . . always busy . . . good student. Yearbook, Girls ' Sports Committee 4 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3. GAIL JUDITH MO ' WRY 12 Alden Road " Mo " What a gal . . . Oh! that giggle! . . . quiet . . . loves to spend her summers at the beach . . . likes rock ' n roll . . . nice dresser. Glee Club 2 . . . Service Club 4. I I BEVERLY ANN MUISE Park Street " Bev " Often seen at " Central " . . . Man! that car! . . . likes to dance and roller-skate. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Yearbook, Art Committee 4. JANET JEANEEN MURRAY 17 Stevens Circle " Jan " Very popular newcomer to our school . . always seen in the office 4th period . . enjoys skating, dancing, and singing . . Jan is sure to be a great success in nursing National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . " Mosaic ' 4 . . . Science Fair 4. JUDITH KATHLEEN MURRAY 15 Stevens Circle " Judy " Pretty and popular newcomer . . . always smiling . . . likes to skate, dance, and swim . . . great piano player . . . Judy is sure to go far after college . . . Ohio State. National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Band 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . " Mosaic " 4 . . . Ex- change Assembly 4 . . . Yearbook, Girls ' Sports Committee 4 . . . Science Fair 4. THOMAS FRANK NEDELKA 16 Arcadia Road " Tom " Man! That gold car . . . Red vest . . . What ' s a dance without Tom? . . . Popular party goer . . . Honor student . . . Good Luck, Tom . . . You ' re sure to be a success. Gutterson Biology Prize Winner 2 . . . Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Student Guide 3 . . . Chairman 4 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Usher, Chairman, Photography Committee 3 . . . Class Coun- cil 4 . . .. Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Yearbook, Co-editor 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Business Manager 4 . . . Science Fair 4 . . . Publicity Committee, Chairman 4. KATHLEEN FRANCES NELLIGAN 49 Carmel Road " Kath " Gift of gab ... a great gal . . . everyone ' s friend . . . Jimmy . . . P. A. . . . wonderful worker . . . Red Cross . . . Kathy is sure to be a success in all she does. Junior Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Creative Writing 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Staff. MARGARET ANDERSON NICOLL 116 Salem Street " Margie " That giggle! . . . likes to dance . always remember you for your Margie . . . " Dave " . . . good luck! Cheerleader 2, 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Music Committee 3 . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . Yearbook, Literary Committee 4. . we ' ll sneeze. " WILLIAM BLACK NICOLL 47 High Plain Road " Bill- Quiet . . . very smart . . . likes cars . . . Good luck, Bill! Football 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Science Fair 4. MARY JOSEPHINE OWENS 13 Stevens Circle " Mary Jo " Likes to write . . . Indiana, here she comes! . . . " Did we have any history? " . . . liked by everyone . . . always busy . . . Best of luck to a wonderful girl. Intramural Sports 2, 3 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Barnard Essay 2, 3 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4, Editor in Chief 4 . . . Press Club, Manager 3 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Prom, Photog- raphy Committee, Chairman 3 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4 . . . Literary Club, Presi- dent 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Committee 4. 1 ROSEMARY PALERMO 17 Bowdoin Road " Roe " " Roe " is fairly new to our school . . . very well liked . . . always spreading good cheer . . . sure to be a success . . . likes to dance and skate . . . often seen at " The Den " . . . fabulous figure. Prom, Entertainment Committee 3 . . . Fash- ion Show 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Com- mittee 4. BRUCE PAPARELLA 9 Bancroft Road " Bruce " What a motor scooter! . . . likes to ski and skate . . . collegiate dresser . . . good per- sonality. Prom, Photography Committee 3. EDWARD PACHT Rocky Hill Road " Ed " Reserved . . and reading. newcomer 32 DAVID ERNEST PEARSON 4 Maple Avenue ' " Stretch " Loves all sports . . . wonderful athlete . . . enjoys parties and eating . . . " Stretch " is liked by all . . . has a wit as well as per- sonality . . . college bound . . . Best of luck, David. Football 2, 3, Captain 4 . . . Baseball 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3, 4 . . . Class President 2 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Radio Club 3 . . . Student Guide 3, 4 . . . Student Council 2, 3, Vice-President 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Co-Chair- man 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 ... " 4 Ushers " 4 . . . " Bachelors " 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 4 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3. MELVA DELORES PENNEY 207 Haggetts Pond Road " Mel " Oh! that long hair! . . . enjoys roller skating and " Sweet kid " , likes to paint swimming. Band 2 . . . Committee 3. Prom, Invitation and Ticket ROSEMARIE PICARD 541 Lowell Street " Pickett " Howard Johnson ' s . . . likes to skate and dance . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . " Where ' s Barbara? " . . . What dimples! ... a smile for everyone . . . Best of luck at Chandler, Rosemarie. Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom Waitress 2 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Com- mittee 4. LINDA MARY PLUMMER 26 Sutherland Street " Lyn " Quick " Hello " for everybody . . . very active . . . great in sports . . . class treas- urer . . . things will sure get done if Linda ' s around. S ervice Club 2, 3, 4 ... Red Cross 2 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Co-Chairman, Planning Board, Usherette, 3 . . . Yearbook, Clerical Committee 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Library Aide 4 . . . Student Guide 4. KENNETH FREDERICK POIRER 33 Bancroft Road " Kenney " Andover Stationers . . . quiet, except when with " the boys " . . . bound to be a success. Prom, Photography Committee 3 . . . Cross Country 4. GATES MORTON POORE 199 Chestnut Street " Gates " " Gatesie " . . . does his best sprinting on the way to Trig class . . . loves skiing . . . popular . . . hard worker . . . eats anything. Football 3 . . . Gym Team 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Music Committee 3 . . . Student Guide 3, 4 . . . Bowling 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Spring Track 3, 4 . . . Science Fair 4 . . . Glee Club 4. MARY ANN PORTER 23 Maple Avenue " Mary " " Verrettes " . . . good worker . . . smart . . . popular . . . loves parties and dances. Service Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee 3 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3. EDWARD ANTHONY RATYNA 38 Red Spring Road " Eddie " Very likeable boy . . . hard worker . . . Co-op . . . constantly drawing cartoons . . . likes sports . . . track . . . " Eddie " is sure to be a success in whatever he does. Basketball 2 . . . Winter Track 3, Co-Cap- tain 4 . . . Spring Track 3, Co-Captain 4 . . . Cross Country 3 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Varsity Club 3, Treasurer 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Co-Chairman, Decoration Commit- tee 3 .. . Yearbook, Art Editor 4 . . . Glee Club 4. GEORGE RENNIE REED 124 Dascomb Road " Turk " " Turk " is liked by all . . . terrific athlete . . . great sense of humor . . . enjoys skiing, and swimming . . . always ready with a helping hand. Football 2, Captain 3 . . . Basketball 3 . . . Baseball 2, 3 . . . Track 2 . . . Red Cross 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decora- tion Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Photog- rap.iy Committe 4 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, President 4 . . . Student Guide 3, 4 . . . Bowling 2, 4 . . . Science Fair 4. BEVERLY HELENE REYNOLDS 405 North Main Street " Bev " Cute kid . . . those glasses! . . . one of the band ' s peppiest majorettes . . . likes bowl- ing, swimming, skating. Glee Club 2 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Photography Committee 3. SHARON ANN RIGGIN Bellvue Road " Rig " Personality plus . . . friendly smile for everyone . . . " collegiate " .dresser . . . loves to eat . . . enjoys dancing ... on to college to become a success in whatever she does . . . likes to bowl . . . One of the " three musketers " . Service Club 3, 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Prom, Invita- tion and Ticket Committee, Decoration Committee, Usherette 3 . . . Science Club 4 . . . Yearbook, Business Committee 4 . . . Student Guide 4 . . . Science Fair 3, 4. U O Cft« LOT MARILYN LOUISE ROBERGE 15 Binney Street " Marilyn " Enjoys reading and skating . . . quiet and shy, but likes to have fun . . . nice to everyone . . . plans to work after high school. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Ticket and Invitation Committee 3. often seen at Andrea ' s DAVID LOUIS ROLLINS Lowell Street " Dave " Likes cars and boats . . . shy except when with " the boys " house. Prom, Photography Committee 3. 35 PATRICIA ANN SANGUEDOLCE 56 Carmel Road " Pat " One real cute gal . . . winning smile . . . always rooting for No. 14 . . . wonderful personality. Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Pennant Sale, Chairman 4 . . . Year- book, Clerical Committee 4. ROY ARNOLD SHARPE r; 345 Andover Street " Roy " " Lament " . . . fabulous guitar player . . . popular disc jockey at school dances . . . Roy is well liked by all . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . May all of your ambi- tions be fulfilled, Roy. Basketball 2, 3 . . . Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Council 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Football, Manager 4 . . . Exchange As- sembly 3, Chairman 4 . . . Science Fair 4 . . . Student Guide 4. JUDITH SILVA 72 Maple Avenue " Judy " A swell kid . . . " Louie " . . . great piano player . . . Good luck in the future. Service Club 2, 3 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3. willIam simeone 15 Cheever Circle " Bud " Simeone ' s Drug Store . . . Johnny Mathis, only Johnny Mathis . . . great guy . . . loves parties. Football 2, 3 . . . Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration JANE ANN SIMPSON 62 Porter Road " Janey " Will never forget biology . . . transfer from Abbot . . . bound for the University of New Mexico. Intramural Sports 3, 4 . 3,4... Fashion Show 4 . . Service Club Science Club 4. WILLIAM JAMES SIMPSON Gray Road " Willie " Guitar playing . . . " Yulm " . . . likes skat- ing . . . " Not really " . . . likeable guy . . . active member of the class. Gym Team 3, Co-Captain 4 . . . Track 3, 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Boys ' State Representative 4 . . . Red Cross Council 4 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Yearbook, Business Committee 4 . . . Var- sity Club 3, 4 . . . Class President 3 . . . Student Council 2, 3 . . . Press Club 2 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Com- mittee 3 . . . Student Guide 4 . . . Exchange Assembly 3, 4. ALLAN JOSEPH SMELTZER 278 Andover Street " Al " Often seen in Room 8 . . . " Ethel " . . . Howard Johnson ' s . . . always has his share of fun. Track 2, 3, 4 . . . Football 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Cross Coun- try 4 .. . Bowling 3, 4. EDMUND THOMAS SMITH 10 Maple Avenue " Teddy " Quiet . . . shy . . . likes to bowl and swim . . . can always be seen at the " Rec " . Prom, Entertainment Committee 3. 37 JANICE LOUISE SNOW 38 Linwood Street " Jan " " Slush " . . . Seen at all the Basketball games selling Cokes . . . watch out for Jan when she ' s behind the wheel . . . popular and cute majorette . . . one of the " three Musketeers " . . . likes to bowl with " the girls " on Friday nights. Band 2, 3, 4 . . . Vice-President 3 . . . Red Cross Council 2, 3 . . . Ring Committee 3 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee, Usher- ette 3 . . . Intramural Sports 3 . . . Yearbook, Photography Committee, Co-Chairman 4. CAROL RUTH STOCKS 75 Gould Road " Carol " Quiet, but oh so sweet . . . loves to sew . . . likes French ... ice skating. Service Club 3 . . . Prom, Photography Com- mittee 3 . . . Yearbook, Photography Com- mittee 4 . . . Library Aide 4. MOIRA DELPHINE SULLIVAN 82 North Main Street " Sully " Loves to bowl and dance . . . one of the " three musketeers . . . will make a great nurse . . . hard worker . . . cute smile . . . Hampton in the summer. Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Ticket and Invitation Committee 3 . . . Junior Red Cross 4 . . . Student Guide 4 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Yearbook, Photography Committee 4 . . . Science Club 4. CAROL ANN SUTTON 204 Chestnut Street " Sut " Enjoys bowling . . . seen at all the dances . . . Oh! those summers at Hampton Beach. Girls ' Band 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Com- mittee 4 . . . Intramural Sports 3, 4 . . . Prom, Entertainment 3. 38 t o r TERRENCE JAMES SWEENEY 43 Summer Street " Terry " Plays a real good guitar ... a natural musi- cian . . . Good luck in the future, Terry. Cross Country 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Fashion Show 4 . . . Science Fair 4. BENJAMIN HOWARD THOMPSON 52 Summer Street " Ben " " Rebel " " Ben " . . . always seen with his camera . . . " Ed ' s " little brother . . . seen at Central Friday nights . . . likes girls . . . usually flirting . . . terrific dancer. Track 2 . . . Basketball 2 . . . Service. Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Cross 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook, Photography Committee 4. JOAN WILMA TITMAS 109 Pine Street " Joanie " What a riot! . . . always fun with Joanie . . . our head Color Guard . . . interested in Colgate University . . . swell dancer . . . pretty . . . good figure. Band 3, Head Color Guard 4 . . . Service Club 2 . . . Prom Usherette, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Dance Committee 4. MARTIN TODT 368 South Main Street " Marty " Likes cars, guns . . . enjoys skiing and skat- ing . . . hard worker . . . very quiet. Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Year- book, Photography Committee 4. 39 SUSAN JANE TREANOR Osgood Street " Sue " Two year stay in Denmark, polished French accent . . . terrific party giver. Yearbook, Art Committee 4 . . . " Mosaic " 4. EDNA MAE TURNER 377 Mount Vernon Street " Eddie " A swell person to know . . . good friend to all . . . quiet . . . Judy ' s friend. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Ticket and Invitation Committee 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Com- mittee 4. ROBERT VERNON VAN DEWOESTINE 1 Vine Street " Bob " Builder of model airplanes . . . Hi-Fi en- thusiast . . . Math whiz . . . Hey! That hot Studebaker. Science Club 3, 4 . . . Yearbook, Literary Committee 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4 . . . Spring Track 3, 4. WILLIAM JOSEPH WALSH 19 Wolcott Avenue " Willie " , " Bill " Great sport . . . always smiling . . . loves parties ... a friend to all . . . one of the participants in history talks . . . swell per- sonality . . . " Good luck. Bill! " Gym Team 2 . . . Glee Club 2 . . . Science Fair 2, 4 . . . Prom, Photography Commit- tee 3 . . . Yearbook, Business Committee 4 . . . Baseball 4. 40 JUDTH LEE WEBB 86 Ballardvale Road " Judy " One of the " Dalton " girls . . . few words, but much spirit . . . cute . . . likes to sew will go far after high school. Service Club 2, 4 . . . Prom, Invitation and Ticket Committee, Usherettee 3 . . . Year- book, Literary Committee 4. CAROL ANN WINKLEY 3 Flint Circle " " Carol " Lovely Queen of the Prom . . . good worker . . . always a smile for everyone . . . can be seen twirling a baton in the band . . . very responsible . . . " ' Thanks for everything, Carol " . Band 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3 . . . Student Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3 . . . Class Sec- retary 2, 3 . . . Class President 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Service Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Planning Board, Decoration Committee, Hostess, Queen 3 . . . Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 . . . Student Guide 3, 4. STEPHEN GERARD WRIGHT 165 Hidden Road " " Steve " Skiing . . . U.S. Naval Reserve . . . full of scientific methods. Homeroom Treasurer 2 . . . Science Club 3 . . . Creative Writing Club 3 . . . Glee Club 4 . . . Prom, Entertainment Commit- tee 3 . . . Yearbook, Photography Commit- tee 4. GEORGE ALLAN ZIEGRA 231 Greenwood Road " ' George " Terrific basketball player . . . scientific and mathematical inclinations . . . " Down Mainer " . . . sure to be a success. Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4 . . . National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-President 4 . . . " Mosaic " 3, 4, Sports Editor . . . Baseball 3, 4 . . . Orchestra 3, 4 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Boys ' State Representative 3 . . . Prom, Refreshment Committee, Co-chair- man 3 . . . Glee Club 4. GERALD CHARLES ZNAMIEROWSKI 56 Lowell Junction Road " Jerry " Always hearing rattles in his car . . . often seen with Carol . . . great personality . . . everybody ' s friend . . . likes to hunt and fish . . . Best of luck in the future. Class Vice-President 2, 3 . . . Service Club 2, 3 . . . Dance Committee 3, 4 . . . Foot- ball 2, 3 . . . Ring Committee, Chairman 3 . . . Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Prom, Host, Planning Board, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Glee Club 3, 4 . . . Class Council 4 . . . Student Guide 4 . . . Yearbook, Photo- graphy Committee Chairman 4. THEODORA ANN ZUBRINSKI 4 Kenil worth Street " Teddy " Always last in line . . . great sport . . . liked by all . . . fabulous sense of humor . . . Oh! those gym classes . . . Best of luck, Teddy. Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4 . . . Glee Club 2, 3, 4 . . . Red Cross 2, 3, 4 . . . Prom, Decoration Committee 3 . . . Yearbook, Photography Committee 4. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS CLASS COUNCIL Top Row, Left to Right: Mary Dumont; Charles Barrett; George Connors; Gates Poore; William Simpson; Thomas Nedelka; David Pearson; Robert Mirisola; Robert Haggerty; Gerald Znamierow- ski; Leslie Hart. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Sharon Riggin; Joan Lynch; Lois Bennett; Carol Winkley; Lynne Morris; Elizabeth Campbell; Linda Plummet. Because class meetings are hard to arrange, this year a class council was formed. The object of the council is to discuss important class matters. The council, made up of the class officers and a number of class members, was able to take immediate action on many important issues, which otherwise might have been delayed. It is our feeling that the class council was an in- valuable aid to class activities. 43 FUTURE HOMEMAKER OF AMERICA Kathleen Kocher i BOYS STATE REPRESENTATIVES Left to Right: William Simpson; George Ziegra D. A. R. GOOD CITIZEN Patricia Adams SUPERLATIVES 46 Did Most For A.H.S. Carol Winkley — George Connors Best Dancers Betty Campbell — Willie Simpson Best All Around Joan Titmas — Gerry Znamierowski Class Wits Mary Dumont — John Catania CLASS HISTORY As we started our Sophomore year in September, 1956, we discovered a new world confronting us. There were new schedules, new teachers, and new faces to get used to. During our Sophomore year, with David Pearson as our president, we held several bakery sales and two successful dances. It was during this year that a new high school was being built. The thought of being in a new building was quite exciting, but at the same time, it was a little sad to think that we would not be attending classes again at Punchard. Punchard had given us many wonderful times. Our Sophomore year was really quite successful, though, and our high school years were off to a good start. Our Junior year came all too quickly. Being in a new school, we had many things with which to ac- quaint ourselves. We will never forget how often we got lost and how long it took us to get familiar with the new building. At our first class meeting, Willie Simpson, Presi- dent, selected our ring committee. How excited we were at the thought of getting our class rings, even though it seemed like years before they finally came. It was during our Junior year that we held an outdoor bakery sale. It was a new and also profitable experi- ence. We also held a spring dance, April Showers. Remember the umbrellas painted on the cafeteria windows.- Before we knew it, it was time to start working on our prom. As everyone knew, this was to be the biggest event of the year. A prom planning board was chosen by the class officers, and George Connors was elected Prom Chairman by class vote. The planning board put in a lot of time trying to make our ' s the best prom ever. We carried out the title, " Festival of Lanterns, " in a Japenese theme, with a pond, a bridge, and a mountain scene in the back- ground. We put a lot of hard work into the prom, but all our efforts seemed worth while when the big night arrived. Everyone had such a good time, in spite of the fact that our pond leaked. Our Senior year produced an all girl slate of of- ficers. Carol Winkley served as our able president, and proved that a girl can do just as good a job as any 49 boy. We formed a class council to discuss problems when class meetings could not be held. It proved to be a very successful organization. In the midst of college and job applications, we managed to enjoy a very busy year. Our first big project was a Fur Fashion Show. Our own " class beauties " modeled the furs, and we even gave a stole away as a door prize. At the same time, we sold school pennants and Christmas cards, which proved to be the more successful project. We also held monthly bakery sales. It was good to have a little money coming into the treasury every month. Probably the biggest of all our projects during our Senior year was the yearbook, Andanno. The Co- editors, Lynne Morris and Tom Nedelka, had a big job on their hands. The various committees worked very hard in order to put out a good book. Many, many hours were devoted to putting the book to- gether. What a wonderful way the yearbook is to remember our high school days. It was a big problem to decide what to have as our class production — stunt night, musical, minstrel, or play. We finally decided on a musical-stunt night. Mary Dumont and Bob Haggerty were elected co- chairmen of " Centennial Review " , our production which had the last one hundred years of entertainment as its theme. Graduation is certainly a sad event. We have so many, many things to thank Andover High School for. It has given us many good times during the last three years. And let us not forget the education that Andover High has provided for us. DANCE COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: Carol Winkley; Robert Haggerty; David Pearson; George Reed; Gates Poore; William Simpson; George Connors; Stephen McKittrick; Gerald Znamierowski; Cornelia Barry. Front Row, Left to Right: Kathleen Callahan; Mary Du- mont; Patricia Sanguedolce; Elizabeth Campbell, Chairman; Irene Cordts; Joan Lynch; Linda Plummet. RING COMMITTEE Top Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Campbell; Cor- nelia Barry; William Simp- son; George Connors; David Pearson; Robert Mi- risola; Janice Snow. Bot- tom Row, Left to Right: Linda Plummet; Irene Cor- dts; Gerald Znamierowski, Ch airman; Joan Lynch; Linda Kinnear. STUNT NIGHT PLANNING BOARD Standing, Left to Right: Joan Titmas; Carol Winkley; George Connors; Betty Campbell; Bob Charland; David Pear- son; Leslie Hart; Roy Sharpe; Connie Barry. Seated, Left to Right: Mary Du- mont, Co-Chairman; Mr. Gregoli, Di- rector; Bob Haggerty, Co-Chairman. PROM n PROM PLANNING BOARD Back Row, Left to Right: Carol Winkley; Gerald Znamierowski; Robert Haggerty; George Connors; William Simpson; Irene Cordts; Linda Plummer; Patricia Sanguedolce. Front Row, Left to Right: Edward Ratyna; Elizabeth Campbell; Kathleen Kocher; Lynne Morris. PROM COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Top Row, Left to Right: Robert Haggerty; David Pearson; Thomas Nedelka; George Z i- gra; Benjamin Thompson; Edward Ratyna. Middle Row, Left to Right: Kathleen Kocher; Pat Sanguedolce; Marilyn Freeman; Jane Hea- ven; Jacqueline Bamford; Irene Cordts; Joan Lynch; Lynne Morris; Linda Kinnear; Mary Jo Owens. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Campbell; Kathleen Callahan; George Connors, Linda Plummer; Gail Marruzzi. CLASS OFFICERS Jerry Znamierowski, Vice President; Carol Winkley, Secretary; Willie Simp- son, President; Betty Campbell, Social Committee Chairman; Bob Haggerty, Treasurer. 52 FASHION SHOW CLASS WILL Friends, classmates, and whomever this document may concern: you have been summoned here as beneficiaries under the last will and testament of the Class of 1959 of Andover High School, Andover, Massachusetts. Be it remembered that we, the Class of 1959 of Andover High School, Town of Andover, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make this our last will and testament, revoking all wills by us at any time heretofore made. To all underclassmen, we will the final exams while we leave for the beach . . . The senior girls leave their gym suits to the Ziegfield Follies . . . To the class of ' 60, we leave a few parting words, " Things could always be worse " . . . Carol Winkley leaves all her class meetings to Judy Scott . . . Ed Bolia leaves to joe Hastings his many trips around the track . . . Patty Ball willfully consents to let JoAnn Essiambre squeeze into her size 9 shoes . . . To Anne Payne, Leslie Hart bequeaths her seat in French Class . . . Ray Kryzynski will make good use of Pat Sanguedolce ' s World History book — we hope . . . Bobbie Kocher leaves A.H.S. and is taking " Mac " with her . . . Also let it be known that Joan Lynch leaves her car, " The Blob " to any underclassman who needs a ride — desperately . . . Irene Cordts will give the office typewriter back to Mr. Stevens . . . Ed Ratyna bequeaths his doodling to James Hart . . . Dick Bourdelais thinks he can run as fast as John Lowe . . . Marilyn Roberge has consent to leave her drawing ability to Peggy Mauck ... Let it be stated that Joan Titmas and Carol Sutton will all applications for jobs to all jobless juniors . . . The Music Department will appreciate receiving David Hudson ' s ability to play the paino . . . George Connors leaves his school spirit to the junior class. He certainly has enough to go around . . . Tom Cummings leaves, period . . . To Bill Gallant, Marion Kramer leaves her scientific ability. Make the most of it, Bill . . . Pat Adams leaves her position as valedictorian to a junior who has done as well as Pat has . . . It goes without saying that Lester Gorrie wills his gymnastic ability to Andy Blake ... Tom Nedelka bequeaths the grease spot in the parking lot to Brad Richards . . . We think that Freddie Allen will make good use of Bud Simeone ' s lunches . . . David Rollins leaves " nothin to nobody " . . . Linda Plummer leaves Jack VanNest, but not to the girls at A.H.S. . . . Gail Moury wills her T ' Bird to Brenda Landry, in case hers breaks down . . . Kent Damon will receive a suspension helmet, whatever that is from Bob Charland . . . Kate Callahan gladly leaves her share of A.H.S. to all her sisters . . . To Janice Bowman, Barbara Hatch bequeaths her position in the Athletic office fifth period . . . Judy Webb leaves he r job at Daltons with a smile . . . Willy Simpson ' s guitar goes to Chuck Glazerman. Go to it, Charlie . . . Hand stands, formerly belongin to Gates Poore, will now be the prize possession of the Gym Team . . . Also let t be known that " Rocco " Mirisola hereby willfully bequeathes his nickname, " Rocco " to none other than Dick Chetson . . . Also, Larry Mitchell leaves his healthy build to " Pots " Leveroni . . . Terry Sweeney bestowes upon Danny Grecoe his Cadillac . . . Rose Mary Palermo leaves — too bad, she is taking it all with her . . . Judy Lamanna leaves her quiet ( ? ) ways to Alice Lynch . . . To David Bouleau, Bill Mahoney wills his " talkative " manner . . . Pat Flaherty leaves her job at Kap ' s — gladly . . . The sophomore sextet will receive Jessie Gill ' s singing voice . . . Joyce Hajj hereby decrees that her place at Central Catholic on Friday nights is to go to Polly Holihan . . . Also let it be stated that Lois Bennett bequeaths her blue-devil uniform to some aspiring junior . . . The office will have to find someone else to fit Edmund Smith ' s seat . . . Walter Mooney adds a few new flirting techniques to Doug Robinson ' s already long list . . . Bruce Meyers bestowes upon his brother one more year at A.H.S. . . . Allen Smeltzer wills his car (. ' ) to any member of the junior class who is crazy enough to take it . . . To Joan Ellen Simeone, Ed Joiner leaves his saz playing . . . lack Jackson leaves for the Navy. It was a good one while it lasted . . . Marlie Freeman ' s position as co-head majorette goes to an aspiring junior girl . . . Frannie Bishop wills her pretry clothes to Sherry Cutler, who has a few of her own . . . Not to be outdone, Mary Derbyshire leaves her " hot little car " to Connie Westbrook . . . Connie Barry, who hopes that her bequest will be used to the best ad- vantage, leaves the Student Council to next year ' s worthy president . . . Norm Mailloux leaves his truck parking space for Mr. Teriault ' s truck . . . Susan Treanor has finally consented to leave her big swimming pool to someone who needs a new bathtub . . . Not to be outdone in generosity, Beverly Reynolds bequeaths her blonde hair to Susan Goldman . . . Margie Hunt, with the knowledge that her bequest will be used to the best advantage, wills her cheerfulness to Debbie Newcomb . . . Attention Mr. Wormwood: Frank Froburg leaves his tardy slips to Connie Stewart . . . As if he needed them, John Mclntyre will receive Brian Allen ' s pri2e possession, his boyscout medals . . . To Jeff Brucato, Bill Dobbie leaves his place on the gym team. Happy flying, Jeff. Melva Penny leaves her many haircuts to Janet Bergeron . . . Louis Mclntyre ' s generosity has urged him to leave his place with Bobbi in the lobby to any couple who wants it . . . The piano in the auditorium, if it still plays, will be willfully returned to the Glee Club by Gail Marruzzi . . . Lynne Morris herewithin and hereafter and all that jazz, leaves her good nature and ability to do good work to Sheila Lawlor, who is doing pretty good on her own . . . Not to be outdone, Sharon Riggin bequeaths her chemise style gym suit to Abbie Jane Poore . . . We think Marvin Perry will appreciate Turk Reed ' s generosity in leaving his white varsity sweater . . . Nancy Kaylor very willfully bequeaths her long bus rides in the morning to Elizabeth " Tammany . . . Not to be outdone by the boys, Linda Kinnear leaves her flirtatious ways to Sue Mulvey . . . Dave Pearson leaves his popularity to Lynn Johnson . . . Ed Pacht, who just about got here, is leaving again . . . Ethel Lynch leaves her ' soda jerking ' job to all hungry juniors . . . Stuart Henderson is willing to give up his interest in guns to David Crowe . . . Bruce Paparella wills and bequeaths his motor scooter to George Miller — for a nominal fee . . . Dick Bernard has consented, with the happy sighs of Mr. Kellmurray, to leave his loquaciousness to John Ozoonian . . . To Don Sorrie, Steven McKittrick leaves his two seats in Mr. Gregory ' s classes . . . Being in good spirits. Bob VanDewoestine has consented to leave his place in the Honor Society to Al Carlson . . . Bill Walsh leaves without any arguement . . . David Cronin leaves his shoe polish to the track team in the hope that they will make a neat appearance . . . Ken Poirier leaves his morning school bus races to Bill Watson . . . Mr. Symonds will appreciate the fact that Alice Mosher leaves her gum in the wastebaskets . . . To Jim Dowd, who we know will do a great job, George Ziegra bestows his job as captain of the basketball team . . . In order to make next years dances a huge success, Roy Sharpe has con- sented to bequeath his position as D.J. to Bob Garrison . . . Teddy Zubrinski will attempt to leave her voice to Ray Banks — for a slight commission . . . Joyce Barleon gladly leaves her shorthand notebook to Mr. Theriauit . . . To Janet Booth, Mary Dumont leaves her wonderful sense of humor . . . Gerry Guerin leaves A.H.S. — for the beach . . . Also let it be known, that to any hard working junior. Bob Haggerty leaves his co-chairmanship of Stunt Night . . . In the hope that good use will be made of it, Dick Hawes wills his cast to some agile member of the football team . . . John Catania ' s worries go to Jim McKiniry, who seems to have enough already . . . Betty Campbell herein leaves her pep and vitality to next year ' s cheer- leading captain, Marilyn DeMoor . . . Attention Jane Yeager! You are now the proud possessor of Linda Delaney ' s short walks to school — plus a good pair of walking shoes . . . Betty Homer leaves A.H.S. for her life ' s career — marriage . . . To Meredy Manning, Liz King wills and bequeaths her artistic ability . . . Gloria Lawrie bestows upon Linda Low, her homeroom seat — all warmed up . . . Not to be outdone. Gen Lampariello leaves her seat in Mrs. Hardy ' s class to anyone who wants it . . . Jim Pigeon will become the new owner of Charlie Barrett ' s agility . . . To Ed Thompson goes the nickname of " Specs " , formerly owned by Neil DesRoches . . . Also let it be known, that not to be outdone in generosity, Anne Berthold leaves her painting ability to Roger Roberge . . . To anyone who has nothing to do in the afternoons, Jane Heaven bequeaths her job at the Youth Center . . . Marian Baer leaves her job at Merrimack Mutual, with a headache . . . Moira Sullivan bequeaths Miss Smith ' s French classes to all lucky jun- iors . . . Edna Turner wills her bookkeeping classes to Sukie Wennik . . . To Karen Hutchinson, Jane Simpson leaves her olive green tights . . . Denise McCarthy leaves her quiet ways to the sophomores boys . . . B.J. McEvoy leaves her ' different ' shoes to Sue Slade . . . Irmagard Michl leaves with us all a small touch of life in Austria . . . Pat Mottram leaves the office practice class to Bunny Cogger . . . To all juniors, Bev Muise wills and bequeaths her car (?) Jan Judy Murray leave their wonderful personalities to everyone at A.H.S. (Bill Nicoll left) . . . Mary Jo Owens has so much to leave, she can ' t make up her mind . . . Kathleen Nelligan takes all her bakery sales with her wherever she goes ... Margaret Nicoll is willing to leave her sneezes behind her . . . Marty Todt wishes it to be known that he has consented to leave his job at the Coffee Mill to Bill Dalton . . . Karen Sears will be the lucky receiver of Carol Stocks driving ability . . . Gerry Znamierowski, who is always last, leaves his name to William Ackerman, who would probably like the change . . . Janice Snow bequeaths her gift of gab to Barbara Carney, who lost her tongue, we think . . . Jeff Stewart will be the proud new owner of Benny Thompson ' s " Rebel " flag . . Rosemarie Picard leaves her bashfulness to the junior boys . . . To the teachers, we the Class of ' 59, leave our sincere thanks for all the help they have given us . . . We hereunto set our hands, and in the presence of these witnesses declare this our Last Will and Testament on this twelth day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Fifety-Nine. JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Standing, Left to Right: Jack VanNest, President; Lynn Johnson, Vice President; Sharon Cutler, Treasurer. Sitting, Left to Right: Marilyn DeMoor, Social Committee Chairman; Deborah Newcomb, Secretary. John Van Nest, president of the Junior Class, called the first class meeting to order on September 8, 1958. At our first class council meeting, we elected the ring committee and appointed Janet Lord chairman of it. After electing Jane Fitzgerald and Lynn Johnson co-chairmen of the Junior Prom, biggest event of the year, the class began to prepare for it. We even have found time for two successful dances. The class of I960 is hoping that next year, as seniors, they will have their best year yet. Respectfully submitted, Deborah Newcomb Secretary JUNIOR HOMEROOM 2 Top Row, Left to Right: David Bouleau; Frederick Allen; Robert Bleicher; Peter Baker; David Babiae; Albert Carlson; Richard Chetson; Raymond Banks. Middle Row, Left to Right: Janice Chenard; Barbara Berger; Walter Bleszinski; James Bravacos; Charles Bergeron; Marie Cafisa; Barbara Carney. First Row, Left to Right: Delia Boulanger; Sandra Belisle; Priscilla Arnold; Janet Booth; Charlotte Bentley; Ann Churchill; Carol Caliri; Phyllis Bailey; Janet Busby; Linda Black. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 10 Top Row, Left to Right: Kent Damon; Michael Costella; Edward Fortuna; David Crowe; Richard Dobb ie; Paul Durant; Robert Cochran; James Dowd; William Dufton; Douglas Finley; Richard Dulong; Franklyn Emmett; Walter Curran. Second Row, Left to Right: Richard Daniels; Lana Done; Barbara Fenis; Marie Fucile; Dorothy Fischer; Audrey Dawes; Mary Lou Dargoonian; Carol Essoian; Jo Ann Essi- ambre; George Dumont. First Row, Left to Right: Maureen Cogger; Jane Fitzgerald; Marilyn DeMoor; Doris DeHart; Elinor Finnerty; Judith Edmunds; Andrea Deyermond; Jeralyn Clark; Mary Costello; Carol Davis. 59 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 20 Top Row, Left to Right: Paul McKinnon; Richard Mahoney; James McKinery; George Miller; Lawrence Kuntze; James Lancaster; David Lynch; Raymond Kryzynski; William Minzner. Second Row, Left to Right: Lorna Marruzzi; Ann Lavin; Sheila Lawlor; Richard Meyers; Thomas Low; Her- bert Kempton; John Mclntyre; Paul Leveroni; James Leet; Elizabeth McBride; Marie Menzie. Front Row, Left to Right: Judith Karlis; Ellen Kfoury; Marjorie Mazel; Alice Lynch; Meredythe Manning; Linda Low; Kathleen Merrill; Margaret Maclnnis; Brenda Landry; Judith Maxwell. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 19 Top Row, Left to Right: Joseph Hastings; Edward Jabeau; Robert Hawes; William Gallant; Lynn Johnson; Robert Garrison; Daniel Greece; James Hart; James Holden. Mid- dle Row, Left to Right; Sandra Henderson; Claire Gaudet; Karen Hutchinson; Charles Glazerman; Annalee Johnson; Robert Gallant; Carol Gesing; Jean Groleau; Ann Henrick. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Charlotte Hajj; Marilyn Harry; Linda Johanson; Polly Holihan; Charlotte Johnson; Carolyn Grant; Ursula Hahnenstein; Linda Howe; Susan Goldman; Sheryl Hartford. 60 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 21 Top Row, Left to Right: John Monroe; Ronald Salvage; Vito Pelosi; Paul Petzald; Douglas Robertson; Richard O ' Toole; John Ozoonian; Frank Monette; Marvin Perry. Second Row, Left to Right: Melva Penney; Suzanne Noury; Susan Mulvey; Diane Maskal; Gail Parshley; Ruth Perry; Angela Passanisi; David Murphy. First Row, Left to Right: Karen Sears; Alice O ' Connor; Elizabeth Nicholas; Linda Mitchell; Susan Shaw; Judith Ober; Deborah Newcomb; Lorraine Rees; Barbara Payne; Judith Scott. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 22 Top Row, Left to Right: George Whitcomb; Robert Twigg; Tibor Toth; Donald Sorrie; Leonard Zecchini; Richard Workman; Charles Smyth; John Van Nest; James Sheard. Second Row, Left to Right: Elizabeth Tammany; Constance Stewart; Jeffrey Stewart; Walter Winn; James Stewart; George Stern; John Toomey; Barry Skiba; William Watson; Kenneth Young; Alice Vartabedian; Beverly Winters; Joan Ellen Simeone. First Row, Left to right: Eleanor Swenson; Linda Westfall; Gail Wilkins; Judith West; Susan Slade; Constance Westbrook; Jane Yeager; Emily Yorshis; Evelyn Therriault; Leila Westfall. SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Standing, Left to Right: Nancy Cole, Social Committee Chairman; Elaine Emmons, Treasurer. Sitting, Left to Right: John Clark, Vice President; Thomas David, President; Gail Grange, Secretary. The meeting of the Sophomore Class was called to order on October 31, 1958. Many ideas for raising money were discussed. Remember all the A.H.S. buttons we sold? They really sold fast! On January 9th " Winter Wonderland " was held and everyone who attended had a good time. Being up at the new high school has really been a great experience for us. With all the fun we have had this year as sophomores, we are all looking forward to two more wonderful years at Andover High School. Respectfully submitted, Gail Grange Secretary 62 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 4 Top Row, Left to Right: Donald Anderson; Raymond Bis- bee; William Budbay; Richard Bousdelais; Richard Asoian; William Acherman; Richard Bergeron. Second Row, Left to Right: Virginia Brown; Donn a Bennert; Vincent Bel- pedio; Richard Alden; Lawrence Bisbee; Bruce Benson; Andrew Blake; Sue Ellen Adams; Wendy Ayer; Sylvia Bernard. First Row, Left to Right: Jean Bernier; Janice Bowman; Virginia Bergeron; Kay Berthold; Barbara Buchan; Sandra Barker; Charlene Benedetti; Faith Batchelder; Con- stance Bescott; Janet Auchterlonie. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 6 Top Row, Left to Right: Gordon Courts; John Campbell; David Currier; Theodore Burtt; Geoffrey Davis; Joseph Cal- cina; William Dalton; John Carey; Robert Carlson. Second Row, Left to Right: Leo Cronia; Lawrence Cookson; Albert Comeau; Regina Cardella; John Clarke; Philip Coppola; 63 Thomas Collins; Edwin Davison. First Row, Left to Right: Kathleen D ' Amore; Beatrice Chicoine; Harline Dennison; Nancy Cole; Kathleen Cronin; Barbara Davis; Virginia Cargill; Carol Buote; Ann Couture; Patricia Butler. I SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 11 Top Row, Left to Right: Carl Finnley; Gary Dochray; John neth DiPrima; Ruth Hall; Martha Freeman; Joyce Guerin; Hajjar; Donald DiGiovanni; Stephen Goodman; John God- Barbara Durgerian. First Row, Left to Right: Judith dard; Alfred Hahnenstein; Theodore George; David Fiei- Dimlich; Sharon Flagg; Diane Freedman; Elaine Emmons; schli; Michael Frishman. Second Row, Left to Right: Mary Goumas; Ann Doherty; Gail Forsythe; Agnes Dris- Leslie Donnell; Gail Grange; Joan Freeman; Thomas Dowd; coll; Lilly Disbrow; Elaine Glorioso. James DiClementi; Peter Fisher; Richard DesRoches; Ken- SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 12 Top Row, Left to Right: David Hawkins; Robert Hansen; Barbara Harrington; Patricia Leozcznski; Patricia Hood; Donald Kupis; Richard Lawson; Johathan Langdell; Theo- Kristine Holter. First Row, Left to Right: Adrienne Loew; dore Hamblet; William Harrison; John Hurley; Raymond Janet Jasperson; Pamela Lake; Frances Jordan; Ruth Ann Johnson. Second Row, Left to Right: Frank Higgins; Joan Houde; Evelyn Hawes; Virginia Jensen; Susan Kenney; Carol LeGendre; Carol Hindman; Rita Johnson; Sandra Jackson; Logan; Arlene King. 64 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 13 Top Row, Left to Right: Daniel O ' Toole; Allan May; Arthur Mandros; Robert McLean; John Lynch; John McCormach; David McAnern; William McCarthy; Alan Lounsbury. Sec- ond Row, Left to Right: Harold McGrath; Carole Marruzzi; Marion Pacht; Susan Miller; Donalda McNaily; Ann Moras- se; Barbara Pacheco; Jean Murnane; Dorothy Miller; Sharon Lyons; John McEvoy; Scott Murray. First row. Left to Right: Linda MuUer; Ann O ' Connor; Kathleen May; Elizabeth Lynch; Catherine O ' Shea; Judith Parshley; Marion Morgan; Anne O ' Brien; Alice Mooney; Donna Nicoll. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 15 Top Row, Left to Right: Robert Salisbury; Leslie Scott; David Shantelea; Dennis Porter; Paul Seamons; Donald Petrie; David Rauh; Anthony Serracchia; James Pigeon. Second Row, Left to Right: Beverly Reed; Jane Simeone; Nancy Pearson; Susan Savinelli; Elinor Santuccio; Henry Peront; Edward Skinner; Gweneth Sandberg; Betsy Simpson; Diane Range; Carolann Shaw; Susan Raerigh. First Row, Left to Right: Carol Reilly; Abbie Jane Poore; Judith Sesser; Pamela Prendergast; Carol Perry; Carol Piquette; Janet Sherry; Gail Smeltzer; Janice Sesser; Carolyn Robertson. 65 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 16 Top Row, Left to Right: Peter Winn; Robert White; Arthur Smith; James Thompson; Gordon Stewart; Dean Smith; Craig Warner; Edwin Thompson; Stephen Whitney. Second Row, Left to Right: Susan Townsend; Donna Wil- son; Dorothy Swenson; Cynthia Turton; Fernanda Taylor; Roger Wilkins; James Tsepas; Carol Zink; Judith Sutton; Marion Whittamore; Judith Wright; Suzanne Wennik. First Row, Left to Right: Judy Wilcox; Beverly Turner; Eleanor Thompson; Barbara Wibler; Margaret Williamson; Nancy Whitworth; Pamela Yancy; Nancy Tibbetts; Virginia Sny- der; Maureen Sullivan. STUDENT COUNCIL Back Row, Left to Right: William Dalton; George Connors; James Dowd; Thomas Nedelka; Richard Workman; John VanNest; David Pearson; Roy Sharpe. Middle Row, Left to Right: Sandra Henderson; Elizabeth Campbell; Linda Black; Michael Frishman; Arthur Mandros; Thomas Dowd; Judith Karlis; Gail Grange; Carol Essoian. Front Row, Left to Right: Janice Bowman; Wendy Sandburg; Judith Scott; Joan Lynch; Deborah Newcomb; Susan Kenney; Cornelia Barry, President; Lynne Morris; Virginia Snyder; Carol Winkley. On September 15, 1959, Connie Barry, president of the Student Council, called the meeting to order at 8:15. The first thing that the Council participated in this year was the annual fall convention which was held at Dracut. The biggest undertaking the Student Council has is Student Council Week. During this week the Council sponsors a dance, a boy and girl tag day, and two assemblies. One of the assemblies will be an exchange with Woodbury High School. The exchange assemblies were started last year by the Council and has been carried on this year. On May 2 the council will attend the spring convention at Fram- ingham. The meeting was ajourned at 8:45. Respectfully submitted, Betty Campbell, Secretary STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS GOOD GOVERNMENT DAY REPRESENTATIVE Connie Barry 68 Left to Right: Elizabeth Campbell, Recording Secretary; David Pearson, Vice President; Cor- nelia Barry, President; James Dowd, Treasurer; Joan Lynch, Corresponding Secretary. Back Row, Left to Right: Gates Poore; George Ziegra; Jack Van- Nest; Lynn Johnson; Donald Sorrie; Richard Assoian; Richard Bourdelais; Thomas Nedelka; Allan Smeltzer; Richard Workman; James Dowd; Edgar Joiner; Douglas Robinson; William Simpson. Second Row, Left to Right: Robert Haggerty; John Clarke; George Whitcomb; John Lowe; Albert Carlson; John McCormack; Charles Barrett; Douglas Finley; Brian Allen; James Gorrie; William Gallant; Robert Hawes; Richard Dulong; Walter Blezcinski; Roy Sharpe. Third Row, Left to Right: William Minzner; Barry Skiba; Kent Damon; Herbert Kempton; Joseph Hastings; William Simp- son; Paul Durant; Frank Emmett; Frederick Allen; Stephen Mc- Kittrick; Robert Charland; Edward Bolia; David Cronin. Fourth Row, Left to Right: Carol Gesing; Jane Fitzgerald; Carol Perry; Edward Ratyna; George Reed, President; Cornelia Barry, Ursula Hahnestein; Irene Cordts; Judith Scott. Front Row, Left to Right: Sylvia Bernard; Sandra Henderson; Marie Menzie; Mary Dumont; Marilyn DeMoor; Nancy Pearson; Elizabeth Campbell; Judith Maxwell; Sharon Cutler; Suzanne Wennick; Joan LeGendre. VARSITY CLUB 69 JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL Back Row, Left to Right: Bruce Meyers; Richard Hawes; Harline Dennison; Emily Yprshis; Judy Dimlich; Leslie George Reed; William Simpson; Thomas Nedelka; George Darnell; Gail Marruzzi. Front Row, Left to Right: Brenda Connors; Gates Poore; George Sterns; Robert White. Middle Landry; Pat Adams; Moira Sullivan; Elinor Finnerty; Gene- Row, Left to Right: Susan Mulvey; Janet Auchterlonie; vieve Lampariello; Linda Johanson; Janice Snow; Anne Eleanor Santuccio; Karen Hutchinson; Kenneth DePrima; O ' Brien; Arlene King; Janet Booth. PRESS CLUB Standing, Left to Right: Elizabeth Tammany; Virginia Snyder; George Stearns; Regina Cardella; Susan Mulvey. Sitting, Left to Right: Joyce Barleon; Susan Slade; Elizabeth McEvoy; Jacqueline Bamford; Jane Yeager. 70 M 0 S A I C NEWS ' COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: Janet Murray; Susan Mulvey Marion Kramer; Joyce Hajj; Beverly Muise; James Yeager Kay Berthold; Donna Bennett. Front Row, Left to Right Virginia Cargill; Nancy Cole; Leslie Hart, News Editor: Margaret Williamson; Susan Kenney. Standing, Left to Right: Richard Daniels; John Ozoonian. Seated, Left to Right: Ann Doherry; Susan Mulvey; George Ziegra, Sports Editor; Alice O ' Connor; Edward Bolia. MOSAIC EDITORS Standing, Left to Right: Thomas Nedelka, Business Manager; Leslie Hart, News Editor; Ellen Kfoury, Exchange Editor; George Ziegra, Sports Editor. Sitting, Left to Right: Susan Slade, Make-up Director; Mary Jo Owens, Editor-in-Chief; Deborah Newcomb, Feature Editor. EXCHANGE COMMITTEE Standing, Left to Right: Emily Yorshis; Margaret Maclnnis; Sheryl Hartford; Annalee Johnson; Marjorie Mazel; Mary Costeilo; Sheila Lawlor. Seated, Left to Right: Charlotte Johnson; Beverly Winters; Ellen Kfoury, Exchange Editor; Linda Johanson; Carol Essoian. BUSINESS COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: Edward Ratyna; Robert White; Thomas Nedelka, Business Editor; James Sheard; Daniel OToole. Middle Row, Left to Right: Polly Holihan; Nancy Whifworth; Catherine O ' Shea; Regina Cardella; Wendy Sandburg; Jane Simeone. Front Row, Left to Right: Abbie Jane Poore; Gail Grange; Kathleen Kocher; Irene Cordts; Carol Essoian. MAKE-UP Standing, Left to Right: Beverly Winters; Alice O ' Connor. Seated, Left to Right: Susan Mulvey; Susan Slade, Make-up Editor; Marjorie Mazel; Emily Yorshis. FEATURES COMMITTEE 71 SCIENCE CLUB Back Row, Left to Right: Irmagard Michl; Susan Treanor; James Stewart; James Hart; Robert Bleicher; Ronald Salvage; Richard Daniels; Michael Frishman; Ann Berthold. Middle Row, Left to Right: Janet Auchterlonie; Janice Bowman; Marjorie Mazel; Sharon Riggin; Ann Paine; Frances Jordan; Moira Sullivan; Emily Yorshis; Alice O ' Connor; Susan Miller; Kathleen Callahan. Front Row, Left to Right: Jane Simpson; Sheila Lawlor; Elinor Finnerty; Patricia Adams; Robert VanDewoestine; Robert Garrison; Herbert Kempton; Linda Johanson; Kay Berthold; Elizabeth Lynch. STUDENT GUIDES Back Row, Left to Right: Robert Haggerry; Edward Raryna; George Ziegra; David Pearson; George Connors; George Reed; William Simpson; Gates Poore; Roy Sharpe. Middle Row, Left to Right: Susan Mulvey; Marilyn DeMoor; Lynne Morris; Cornelia Barry; Irene Cordts; Janice Snow; Paul Durant; Sharon Riggin; Carol Winkley; Alice O ' Connor; Joan Ellen Simeone; Kathleen Callahan. Front Row, Left to Right: Moira Sullivan; Susan Slade; Linda Johanson; Thomas Nedelka, Co-Chairman; Lois Bennett, Co-Chairman; Polly Holihan; Jane Yeager; Linda Plummet. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS LITERARY CLUB Standing, Left to Right: Susan Mulvey; Ellen Kfoury; Susan ting, Left to Right: Linda Johanson; Mary Costello; Karen Treanor; Marion Kramer; Carolyn Grant; Barbara Buchan; Hutchinson; Mary Jo Owens; Patricia Adams; Barbara Ber- Kay Berthold; Ann Berthold; Elizabeth Jane McEvoy. Sit- ger; Shelia Lawlor. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS Standing, Left to Right: Lynn Johnson; William Simpson. Back Row, Left to Right: Kathleen Kocher, School Service; Sitting, Left to Right: Linda Plummet; Deborah Newcomb; Annalee Johnson, Entertainment; Lois Bennett, Decorations Gates Poore. Chairman; Carol Sutton, Publicity; Suzanne Wennik, Dance Committee Chairman. Seated, Left to Right: Joyce Hajj, Treasurer; Marilyn Freeman, General Chairman. 74 Back Row, Left to Right: Richard Daniels; Robert Cochran; Lynn Johnson; Donald Sorrie; Charles Smythe; John Van Nest; Robert Garrison. Second Row, Left to Right: Herbert Kempton; John Lowe; George Ziegra; Stewart Henderson; Thomas Nedelka; George Connors; Bob Van Dewoestine; Peter Stewart; Edward Bolia. Third Row, Left to Right: Judith Scott; Sheila Lawlor; Susan Slade; Elizabeth Mc- Bride; Brenda Landry; Polly Hollihan; Linda Johanson; Elizabeth McEvoy; Priscilla Ball; Sharon Riggin; Deborah Newcomb; Jane Yeager; Marjorie Mazel; tmily Yorshis; Margaret Nicoll; Carol Essoian. Front Row, Left to Right: Judity Murray; Patricia Adams; Mary Jo Owens; Marion Kramer; Irmgard Michl; Miss E. Marjorie Smith, Faculty Advisor; Leslie Hart, President; Genevieve Lampariello; Lynne Morris; Moira Sullivan; Janet Murray. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 75 i|i|t|B|ili|i|i|cli|tn ' ■■■ " ■ ' ■■■■■tSir ■■■ ' ■ • ■|i|i| ' MMihMM!IM liililiililillS ■!r!Pi!i |l|l|l|l ll-i- S| |i| lHl; ■iiS ! i!i!i ' ■l l l l l«|k BSi!ifi!i!i|i PQ o O o X u CO o I— ( w O Q :z; iSiUiihhhriiinuSUiiSiHSisiriHHHriHS COLOR GUARD MAJORETTES Left to Right: Linda Kinnear; Joan Lynch; Joan Titmas, Back Row, Left to Right: Elinor Santuccio; Virginia Head Color Guard; Lynne Morris; Carol Sutton. Jensen; Linda Howe; Beatrice Chicoine. Front Row, Left to Right: Betty Tammany; Alice Vartabedian; Marie Fucile; Angela Passenisi; Patricia Leozcznski. SENIOR MAJORETTES 77 ORCHESTRA Back Row, Left to Right: David Hudson; George Ziegra; Susan Slade; Leonard Zechinni; Jane Yeager; Bruce Meyers; Mike Frieskman. Front Row, Left to Right: Joan Simeone; Lorna Marruzzi; Gail Marruzzi; Susan Kenney, Carol Zink; Virginia Snider; Margaret Williamson. Absent when the picture was taken: Carole Marruzzi; Patricia Adams; Gail Smeltzer; David Garrison; Gail Grange. BOYS GLEE CLUB 78 Back Row, Left to Right: George Ziegra; Gates Poore; Stephen Wright; Edgar Joiner; Leonard Zecchini; Thomas Nedelka; George Connors; George Reed; David Pearson. Second Row, Left to Right: Thomas Low; Robert Rauh; Norman Mailloux; Roy Sharpe; Charles Parrett; Paul Durant; John Catania; Richard Chetson; Leslie Scott. First Row, Left to Right: Herbert Kempton; Terry Sweeney; Edward Ratyna; Laurence Kuntze; Lester Gorrie; William Simpson; William Simeone; Robert Haggerty; John Mc- Evoy. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Back Row, Left to Right: Alice Mosher; Gail Forsythe; Pamela Prendergast; Susan Shaw; Charlene Benedetti; Nancy Whitworth; Charlotte Bentley; Carolyn Grant; Ann Chur- chill; Catherine O ' Shea; Francis Jordan; Carol Logan; Susan Slade; Deborah Newcomb; Carol Buote. Second Row, Left to Right: Lilly Disbrow; Adrienne Low; Teddy Zubrinski; Pat Adams; Barbara Hatch; Doris DeHart; Donalda Mc- Nally; Meredyth Manning; Linda Low; Marilyn Hardy; Cornelia Barry; Wendy Sandberg; Jackie Bamford; Susan Goldman; Catherine O ' Shea; Beverly Turner. First Row, Left to Right: JoAnn Essiambre; Gail Marruzzi; Lesley Donnell; Joan Ellen Simeone; Judy Murray; Carol Geising; Barbara Harrington; Judy Scott; Carolyn Robertson; Sherry Hartford; Harlen Denison; Elaine Glorioso; Judy Karlis; Janet Murray; Jane Simeone; Donna Anderson. 82 t t J 7 Back Row, Left to Right: Gary Dockray; Walter Blezinski; John Hajjar; Jeff Brucato; Allan May; Gordon Courts; Walter Curran; Fred Allen; Tom Lowe; Tom Dow. Second Row, Left to Right: Mgr. Herb Kempton; Richard Asoison; Doug Robertson; Craig Warner; Albert Carlson; Jack Clark; Frank Emmett; George Whitcomb; Jim McKinney; Brad Richards; Mgr. Roy Sharpe; Coach Robert Mclntyre. Front Row, Left to Right: John McCormack; Dick Bour- delais; William Gallant; Robert Charland; Captain Dave Pearson; Bob Haggerty; Dick Hawes; Jack Van Nest; Jim Dowd. FOOTBALL The Blue Devils, with a Sophomore and Junior team, posted a 3-5 record for the season. At the off- set of the year, things looked optimistic. The team was in high spirits to take on Swampscott, but that game was canceled. However, the spirit was carried over to the next week to whip Danvers 18-8. The next encounter was with a tough Billerica team which proved to be a little too much for the Blue and Gold. After that defeat, Andover had a bad time getting back in stride. Injuries coupled with bad breaks were responsible for losing five straight games. These losses were very deceiving, however, because on many occasions the Andoverites proved hard to beat. The Methuen game was a good example of this, when the very heavily favored Methuen eleven found themselves on the short end of the 14-6 score at half time. But a series of fumbles and bad breaks made Methuen the victors 26-14. A discouraged but very determined Andover team took the field against Cambridge Latin, and after an up hill fight, won. The Turkey Day game against North Andover proved to be the high point of the season; for the Blue and Gold comple tely out played the weaker North Andover to the tune of 24-8. Andover boasts of a fast, versitle back field, con- sisting of speedsters Fred Allen, Bob Haggerty, Frank Emmett, and Allen May, hard driving Jim McKiniry, Al Carlson, Jack Clark and the deceptiveness of Jim Dowd and Bill Gallant. The stout forward wall is composed of pass- snaring ends Captain Dave Pearson and Jack Van- Nest. The main stays in the line were Brad Richards, Bob Charland, Lester Gorrie, Dick Bourdelais, John McCormack, Tom Lowe, Gates Poore, Dick Asoian, and Gordon Courts. Back Row, Left to Right: Mgr. Dave Murphy; James Dow; Don Sortie; Gorden Stewart; Jack VanNest; Charlie Smyth; Dave Pearson; Coach James Gaflfney. Front Row, Le ft to Right: Jim McKinniry; Walter Blezinski; George 21iegra, Captain; Paul Durant; Ray Bisbee. BASKETBALL In their first season in the Northeastern Con- ference, the Blue Devils, coached by Mr. Gaffney, finished with a 7-7 record. The overall season record was 7 wins and twelve losses. For the second straight year, our boys, led by Jim Dowd with 333 points in ninteen games, advanced to the finals of the Bay State Tournament in Class B before bowing to a strong Walpole team. Jim ' s ex- cellent work won him a position on the Class B All Star team. At the Winter Sports Dance, Jim Dowd was elected captain for the next year, and received the Most Valuable Player award. On February 25, Captain George Ziegra and Jim Dowd represented the Blue Devils at the Northeastern Conference All Star game held in our gym. 86 Back Row, Left to Right: Scott Murray; Jim Pigeon; Dick Hawes; John McCormack; Jeff Brucato. Third Row, Left to Right: Coach Richard Thornton; Dav Rauh; Andrew Blake; Pete Winn; Jack Alden; Leslie Scott. Second Row, Left to Right: Mike Frishman; George Whitcomb; Tom Lowe; Dick Meyers; James Willig. Front Row, Left to Right: Ray Kryzynsik; Lester Gorrie; Co-captain Charlie Barrett; Co-captain Willie Simpson; Gates Poore; Bill Dobbie. Back Row, Left to Right: Paul Durant; William Gallant; Dave Pearson; Co-captain Bob Haggerty; Roy Sharpe; James Dowd; Jack VanNest; Walter Blezinski. Front Row, George Ziegra. Left to Right: Frank Emmett; George Reed; Co-captain BASEBALL This year the Andover High Blue Devils, led by Co-captains Dave Pearson and Bob Haggerty, are a major threat to the Northeast Conference. Under coach Ted Boudreau, the Blue Devils have eleven veterens returning. They are Co-captains Bob Hag- gerty and Dave Pearson, Roy Sharpe, George Ziegra, Kent Damon, Jack VanNest, Bill Gallant, Jim Dowd, Walt Blezinski, Paul Durant, and Frank Emmett. Some newcomers to the squad are Frank Froburg, Allan May, Ray Bisbee, Bill Dalton, and Vinny Bel- pedio. 91 WINTER TRACK Back Row, Left to Right: John Ozoonian; Joe Hastings; Bolia; Co-captain Ed Joiner; Co-captain Ed Ratyna; John Ronald Salvage. Front Row, Left to Right; Brian Allen; Ed Lowe. SPRING TRACK Back Row, Left to Right: Albert Carlson; Bob Van Dewoe- stine; Gates Poore; Lynn Johnson; Tom Nedelka; Allan Smeltzer; Dick Workman; Willie Simpson; Brian Allen; John Lowe. Front Row, Left to Right: John Ozoonian; Walter Mooney; Charlie Barrett; Fred Allen; Co-captain Edward Ratyna; Co-captain Ed Joiner; Joe Hastings; Elliot Goodman; Mike Frishman; Ed Bolia. 93 Jump! I I GIRL ' S SPORTS If you happened to pass the gym after school any Tuesday or Thursday during bas- ketball season, you would have seen many girls actively engaged in this sport. Under the direction of Miss Sally Marshall, various teams were formed, and by method of elimina- tion, there was soon a champion basketball team. What better way do we girls have of learning fundamental rules and good techniques of basketball than by actual play? GIRL ' S SOCCER The first organized girl ' s sport this year was soccer. Under the direction of Miss Sally Marshall and with the co-operation of many girls, various teams were formed and play got under way. By process of elimination there was soon a champion soccer team. The girls had a good time and while doing so were also able to practice the skills they had been taught. 97 1 REGULAR CHEERLEADERS Back Row, Left to Right: Mary Dumont; Sheryl Cuttler; Marilyn DeMoor; Urula Hahnestein; Carol Gesing; Marie Menzie; Sandra Henderson. Front Row: Captain Betty Campbell. CHEERLEADERS Fifteen girls, eight regulars and seven sub- stitutes, are known to be our Andover High Cheerleaders. Under the leadership of Captain Betty Campbell, the cheerleaders have support- ed the different athletic teams with tireless effoirt. In short. Pep, Enthusiasm and Spirit are three words which describe our cheerleaders perfectly. SUBSTITUTES Sylvia Bernard; Nancy Pearson; Judith Maxwell; Carol Perry; Judith Scott; Suzanne Wennick; Joan L Gendre. Captain Betty 98 1959 ANDANNO STAFF Lynne Morris LITERARY COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: Joan Titmas; Carol Sutton; Robert VanDewoestine; George Connors; Leslie Hart; Margaret Nicoll. Front Row, Left to Right: Linda Kinnear; Cornelia Barry; Elizabeth Camp- bell; Joan Lynch, Chairman; Judith Webb; Mary Jo Owens; Rosemary Palermo. YEARBOOK BUSINESS COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: John Catania; Charles Barrett; James Gorrie; William Simpson; Richard Bernard; William Walsh; Robert Mirisola. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Linda Delaney; Sharon Riggin; George Connors, Chairman; Joyce Hajj; Patricia Flaherty; Mary Derbyshire. PHOTOGRAPHY COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: David Cronin; Benjamin Thompson; Martin Todt; George Reed; Janet Murray; Carol Stocks; Gates Poore; Kenneth Poirier; Stephen McKit- trick. Front Row, Left to Right: Kathleen Callahan; Marilyn Freeman; Gerald Zna- mierowski, Co-Chairman; Janice Snow, Co-Chairman; Moira Sullivan; Theodore Zubrinski. GIRL S SPORTS COMMITTEE, YEARBOOK Top Row: Lois Bennett, Chairman. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Evelyn Kocher; Judith Murray; Patricia Mottram; Irmagard MichI; Mary Dumont. BOYS ' SPORTS COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right: Walter Mooney; William Simeone; Edward Bolia. Front Row, Left to Right: Brian Allen; David Pearson; Robert Haggerty, Chairman; Roy Sharpe; George Ziegra. CLERICAL COMMITTEE Top Row, Left to Right: Judith Lamanna; Barbara Hatch; Joyce Barleon; Rose Marie Picard. Bottom Row, Left to Right: Patricia Sangedolce; Linda Plummer; Gail Marruzzi, Chairman; Irene Cordts; Gloria Lawrie. 102 ART COMMITTEE Top Row, Left to Right: Edward Ratyna, Chairman; Susan Treanor; Jessie Gill; Beverly Muise; Elizabeth King; Anne Berthold. CLASS PROPHESY Recently I visited the NBC Studio. On the tour, I met Sharon Riggin. She is the president ' s private secretary and was on vacation. Our tour guide was Marion Baer. We saw Dave Cronin and Norm Mailloux who are now camera men for NBC. They were working on the Mary Jo Owens " Science For Today " show. On our tour, we saw several of our former classmates who are now celebrities. Bruce Meyers is now one of the leading news commentators in the country. Louis Mclntyre and Bobbie Kocher are now the stars of a tv program, " Dance Party " . We learned that Dean Martin has finally found a new partner after all these years — John Catania. Eddie Joiner was preparing for the Arthur Godfrey Show. He plays the sax all over the world. We met Willie Simpson and Roy Sharpe rehearsing their hit record for the Ed Sulli- van Show. They said that Bev Muise was now selling the cars on the show. We also had a few minutes talk with Liz King who is " the " fashion designer these days. She is going to be on Person to Person this week. She Mentioned that Connie Barry was the stewardess on her flight from Cali- fornia. In California, she had recently seen the movie star Pat Sanguedolce and her producer. Bob Charland. She also saw Barbara Hatch as Hollywood ' s newest commedienne. On the tour we had a chance to see a news broadcast. George Connors, the U.S. Secretary of State, has just returned from a tour of Russia. Bob Van Dewoestine has recently perfec- ted the rocket for space transportation. Jack Jackson will be the first pilot. Bob Hawes, Bill Walsh, and Steve McKit- trick have just returned from a safari to Africa. Over there, they saw Stuart Henderson as he killed a white elephant. I recognized a lot of names in the sports bulletins. Charlie Barrett has recently broken several gymnastic records. Ed Bolia has set a new record running the mile. Lois Bennett is the star basketball player of American women and is organizing a team of female Globe Trotters. She is trying to get Gerry Guerin to join the team also. Soon the tour was over, and I was headed out the door when I ran into Leslie Hart. She was writing an article on NBC Tour Policies for the New York Times. I decided to eat lunch at the Waldorf Astoria. I was amazed to see Allan Smeltzer as the head waiter and right in front of him was Joyce Hajj as the Hostess. Allan and Ethel Lynch are married now and have five children. The chef for the Waldorf is Bob Mirasola. This afternoon I noticed that Terry Sweeney and Benny Thompson have opened a photography store in the heart of New York. They have just finished taking pictures of Mrs. America, Alice Mosher, for an article in " Life " . I soon left New York and headed back for Andover. On the train, I met Gates Poore who was returning from a business trip. He is the head of a large maple sugar company. He mentioned that he had heard that Dave Pear- son is a teacher at some private school in New York state. He also said that Carol Winkley and Gerry Znamierowski are married and that Gerry is a successful business man. When I got back to Andover, I went into the library and saw Linda Plummer. She ' s a librarian now. Several of the AHS alumni of ' 59 work in Andover. Bud Simeone is a pharmacist in Simeone ' s. Kathy Nelligan is a history teacher in the high school. Margaret Nicoll, Joan Lynch and Denise McCarthy are also teachers. Margaret and Denise are teaching in the grade school and Joan is teaching at the high school. Dick Bernard is a travelling salesman for Elec- trolux. Several of my former classmates are working in Law- rence. Kathy Callahan is a lab technician at Lawrence General Hospital and Gen Lampariello, Bev Reynolds, and Gail Marruzzi are nurses at other Lawrence hospitals. Bruce Paparella is working in the family business. I hear that Pat Adams is a nurse superintendant at Boston Medical Center. Janet and Judy Murray are also nurses, working at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City. There are several engineers in our class. George Ziegra is doing research engineering at M.I.T. Tom Nedelka, Bill Nicoll, John Lowe, Larry Mitchell, and Frank Froburg are all engineers. Three girls in our class are models. They are Jackie Bamford, Marley Freeman, and Frannie Bishop. Walking up Main Street, I met Janice Snow and Ellie Webster, both happily married now. I stopped to talk to them for a few minutes. They had just come from Bill Mahoney ' s Supermarket and mentioned that Jane Simpson liked New Mexico so much that she is now living on a cattle ranch there. Bill Dobbie is her head forman. Edward Pacht is a professional chess player and won the champion- ship. Bob Haggerty is playing the stock market. She said that Susan Treanor is an exchange teacher in Denmark. Just before we parted, she mentioned that Betty Campbell is giving dancing lessons. It seems that Linda Delaney and Mary Derbyshire have their children taking lessons from her. David Hudson is her accompanyist. That evening, I read in the paper that a collection of pictures by Anne Berthold are now being shown in the Addison Art Gallery. I also saw that the circus was coming to Boston and Tom Cummings was to be the ring master. In that circus, Linda Kinnear and Joan Titmas do a daring act on bareback horses trained by Edna Turner. Betty Homer is married to the Strong man. The engagements of Pat Flaherty and Carol Sutton were announced. Doctor Marion Kramer is going to talk in a high school assembly next week. This evening, I got a phone call from B. J. McEvoy who is the founder of the McEvoy Charm School. Her teachers are Rosemary Palermo and Pat Mottram. We talked for a few minutes and she mentioned that Irene Cordts is a prominent lawyer in Boston. Jessie Gill is a professional ballet dancer and opera singer. Moira Sullivan has been married several years and has three children. Teddy Zubrinski is a teacher in the grade schools and George Reed is a taxidermist for the Museum of Natural History. I also learned that several of the boys in our class are venturing into the unknown. Neal DesRoches is ex- ploring some of the unmapped parts of Canada. Lester Gorrie and David Rollins are in an experimental space ship. After we hung up, I picked up a magazine to read. I noticed one of Eddie Ratyna ' s cartoons and an article on Scouting by Brian Allen. Then I picked up a back issue of the Andover Townsman. It had a picture of Joyce Barleon, Nancy Kaylor, Judy Lamanna, Gail Mowry, and Rosemarie Picard, who are forming a club for secretaries. Judy Webb is the club president. It also had wedding pictures of Jane Beaven and Mary Dumont. I read that Walter Mooney was returning from a world cruise. Apparently he was the heir to a rich oil man. He said that he saw Carol Stocks and Marilyn Roberge at the Eiffle Tower. There was an an- nouncement that Irmagard Michl is visiting the Peatmans. She is now a physical education teacher in Austria. There was also an article about one of the local residents, Lynne Morris, joining a band of gypsies. She is now telling for- tunes. I noticed an ad for the real estate office of Poirier and Todt. There was another ad for Marjorie Hunt ' s beauty salon. I understand that June Kaczynski is a manacurist there, and Gloria Lawrie is the company ' s best hair stylist. This has sure been a busy day. I wonder what our class will be doing ten years from now?? i 1 is!3EBlS direct sales personal service original layouts art service retouching composition mechanicals halftone and line negatives film and plate stripping plate making offset printing folding complete bindery service delivery f. o foofe and sons inc., yearbook printers Stamford Stamford davis 4-9226 Connecticut new york melrose 5-4112 Best Wishes SENIORS From ANDOVER VARSITY CLUB PLAYDON FLORIST 35 LOWELL STREET ANDOVER, MASS. GReenleaf 5-0090 CLARK MOTOR CO., Inc. CHRYSLER— PLYMOUTH— WILLYS GReenleaf 5-6333 41 PARK STREET ANDOVER, MASS. You can always depend on the Best Service and Workmanship BENNIE ' S SANITARY BARBER SHOP Four expert Barbers — No Waiting 17 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Mary Carol P. Sherry Mai Sandy Marie Ursula Compliments of THE CHEERLEADERS Betty Judy S. Judy M. Sukie Joanie Sylvia Nancy Carol G. Compliments of a FRIEND Compliments of " The Passengers of the Lynch Blob ' METRO MUSIC CENTER, Inc. no CENTRAL ST., LOWELL, MASS 427 COMMON ST., LAWRENCE, MASS. Musical Instruments Sheet Music Orchestrations GLenview 5-5810 — Murdock 2-0232 106 MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN, Inc. Furniture Carpets Appliances 226 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. MUrdock 6-6157 TREAT HARDWARE CORPORATION LAWRENCE, MASS. Congratulations to the Class of " 59 " from ANDOVER GIRL ' S BAND BILLINGS, Inc. Samuel Osgood, President Jewelry Opticians 36 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. GReenleaf 5-0742 MARUM ' S RETAIL 15 UNION STREET — EVERETT MILLS LAWRENCE, MASS. Your store for sweaters hosiery WEINER ' S CAMERA SHOP 270 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. R. C. SIMMERS REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Tel. GR 5-2316 961 2 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. HAROLD PHINNEY 26 PARK STREET Records - Radios - Hi-Fi - T.V. J. E. PITMAN EST. LUMBER 63 PARK STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Pete ' s ANDOVER SPA ELM SQUARE ANDOVER, MASS. " Phid " " Pete " 107 Best Wishes to the CLASS OF " 59 F r om The CLASS OF " 60 ' Compliments of FRANZ VARIETY STORE 185 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of the SOPHOMORE CLASS OF 1961 MICHAEL JAY ' S ' Things Different " ANDOVER LOWELL MASS. LOOK PHOTO SERVICE 8 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. FORD ' S COFFEE SHOP 14 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of GLENNIE ' S NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 108 JOHN M. MURRAY GULF SUPER SERVICE COR. MAIN and CHESTNUT STREET ANDOVER FINANCE CO. A complete Loan Financing Service MUSGROVE BLDG. ANDOVER, MASS. JOHN H. GRECOE Watches - Diamonds - Jewelry - Silverware The Most Completely Stocked Jewelry Store in Merrimack Valley 46 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. DALTON PHARMACY 16 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of ' Doug " " Walshie " Rocco ' " Chet " ' ' Daubin " " Magpie " SIMEONE ' S PHARMACY WM. F. SIMEONE, Ph.G., Reg. Pharm. 2 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. MARR ' S SHOES Featuring Capezios for ladies and famous makes for entire family ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Best Wishes to THE CLASS OF " 59 " THE ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT COUNCIL Compliments of HARTIGAN ' S PHARMACY 66 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. CHERRY ' S Always rates an A in fashion HILL ' S Hardware - Tools - Seeds - Plants - Housewares 45 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. X C " - ' ' -C ' ' - ' C ' - ' O ' ' -O ' -O ' ' - i - -( ' c-« -x.( ' - - c. -. ' x t. -. x. - J 109 ANTON ' S CLEANERS Where Dry Cleaning is an Art 357 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER. MASS. THE DAME SHOP Incorporated Corsets - Stockings - Lingerie - Hosiery 40 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. PLAYHOUSE ANDOVER, MASS. THE RAVEN BEAUTY SHOPPE 28 PARK STREET ANDOVER, MASS. GR. 5-1136 We pride ourselves on our scalp treatments, facials, hair styling and Permanents OPPOSITE FIRE STATION ANDE ' S BEAUTY SALON Telephone GR. 5-1855 31 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1959 from DOHERTY INSURANCE AGENCY, Incorporated and DOHERTY REALTY AGENCY, Incorporated 4 MAIN STREET William A. Doherty, ' 25 — Joseph B. Doherty, ' 27 — James D. Doherty, ' 33 Compliments of DONALD MALCOLM LUNDGREN Compliments of JONATHAN SWIFT Infant ' s and Children ' s Wear 27 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 110 ANDOVER PLUMBING HEATING 211 NORTH MAIN STREET GR. 5-5121 ANDOVER, MASS. Harold Rutter, Jr., Prop. Compliments of LAMEY - WELLEHAN 331 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Compliments of KARELIS JEWELERS Compliments of the MUSIC DEPARTMENT Compliments of RUSSEM ' S S. A. BISTANY MEN ' S CLOTHING Use our convenient budget plan. 557 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Compliments of COFFEE MILL ANDOVER, MASS. Compliments of DOYKO ' S ROBBIE ' S FURS 511 ESSEX STREET, LAWRENCE, MASS. Telephone MU. 2-9198 Ready made customed made furs, restyling, repairing, storage, cleaning R. J. MiRisOLA, Prop. TOWN PRINTING COMPANY | 26 ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MASS. § Complete Printing Service § Letterpress — Photo Offset Telephone GR. 5-0626 F. M. and T. E. ANDREW INSURANCE — REAL ESTATE BAY STATE BUILDING LAWRENCE, MASSACHUSETTS 111 Compliments of F. A. HISCOX COMPANY 60 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Bed Spreads - Blankets - Towels - Curtains Sheets - Pillow Cases - Table Cloths - Rugs Best Wishes from S. S. KRESGE COMPANY 343 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Compliments of ANDOVER STATIONERS 94 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Telephone GR 5-3151 Compliments of WHITWORTH ' S Rubber and Sporting Goods Store Complete Athletic Outfits Phone MU 2-2573 581 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Best Wishes from the ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB Compliments of ANDOVER CONSUMERS COOPERATIVE INC. Owned by the Customers whose interests it serves REINHOLD ' S Footwear for the entire family Men ' s Boy ' s Furnishings 13 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. SMART FLAGG INC. The Insurance Office for over a hundred years. Telephone GR 5-6161 BANK BUILDING ANDOVER, MASS. 113 m ERRIMACK y ALLEY NATIONAL BANK Continuous Community Service Since 1814 Andover Georgetown Haverhill Lawrence Merrimac Methuen North Andover Massachusetts Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation I Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 84 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Serving Greater Lawrence Since 1847 Member of Federal Reserve System Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. Compliments of DOUGLAS N. HOWE Insurance — Real Estate — Telephones — Office GR 5-5100 - Home GR 5-2423 52 Main Street Andover, Mass. Compliments of ANDOVER DONUT SHOPPE ELM MAIN STREET Telephone GR 5-9840 Compliments of ACADEMY BARBER SHOP ANDOVER NEWS COMPANY 48 MAIN STREET Largest Selection of School Supplies in Town KENNETH P. THOMPSON CO., INC. 48 MAIN STREET Bank, Shop Office Equipment THE BERNARDIN AGENCY Insurance — Real Estate 166 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. 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