Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)
- Class of 1960
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The Senior Class
Andover I-Iigh School
Andover High School, Andover
The class of 1960 is the first to graduate after spend-
ing the entire three years of high school in the new build-
We feel something of the strong bond which exists
among friends who have grown to maturity together.
May this bond strengthen and endure throughout the
ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY
WE, THE CLASS
OUR YEARBOOK TO
ca 'QQ Wbiblll 9'
MR. PAUL A. HOPKINS
in appreciation of the active interest he has always taken in our welfare. Most of us
became acquainted with Mr. Hopkins when we were sophomores and felt the need of
help and re-assurance in our new surroundings. In this, and in many other ways, he
encouraged us when we most needed him. His friendship and assistance have continued
during our junior and senior years, and he has never regarded any of our problems -
either personal or scholastic - as too trivial for his attention. His advice has always been
We hope that this dedication will express, in a small way, the affection and gratitude
which the Class of 1960 feels toward Mr. Hopkins.
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Seated from left to tight: Mrs. james V. McLeod, school sectetatyg Mr. William A.
Doherty, secretaryg Mt. Roy A. Russell, chairmang Mrs. Reta V. Buchan. Standing: Dt.
john P. Gaineyg Dr. Milton J. Meyetsg Mr. john J. Sullivang Mt. Edward I. Etikson.
Edward I. Erikson
Superintendent of Schools
john P. Gainey
Assistant Superintendent of Schools
Lindsay J. March
Senior Class Advisor
Philip F. Wormwood
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Eileen Henrietta Carlson, 57 Elm
Street, Andover Massachusetts, Whea-
ton College, A.B.g Cornell University,
Keith H. Gould, 60 Red Spring,
Road, Andover, Massachusetts, Uni-
versity of Vermont, Arizona State
University, B.S., Boston University,
Richard J. Collins, 21 Harding Street,
Andover, Massachusetts, Dartmouth
College, A.B.g University of Rhode
Agnes V. Dugan, 55 Maple Avenue,
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Frances Louisa Dalton 70 Chestnut
Street, Andover, Massachusetts,
School of The Museum of Fine Arts,
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris.
Donald Dean Dunn, 9 Southerland
Street, Andover, Massachusetts, Bos-
ton University, B.S.
Charles Alfred Gregory, 47 Whittier
Street, Andover, Massachusetts, Bates
College, B.S., Boston University, Ed.
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Harriet H. Hannigen, 66 High Street,
Andover, Massachusetts, Colby Col-
Edward P, Gregoli, 421 Massachu-
setts Avenue, North Andover, Massa-
chusetts, New England Conservatory
of Music, Advance Music Diploma,
Boston University, M.M.
Gertrude B. Hardy, 121 Main Street,
Andover Massachusetts, Tufts Uni-
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G. Arthur Danforth, 122 High
Street, Andover, Massachusetts, Sr.
Anslem's College, A.B.g University of
New Hampshire, Me. D.
David C. Eldridge, Mexico, Maine,
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
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Ida May Grover, 134 Main Street,
Andover, Massachusetts, College of
Liberal Arts, Boston University, A.B.g
M.A., Romance Languages and Lit-
Stephanie W. Hatch, Ipswich Road,
R.F.D. 9151, Boxford, Massachusetts
St. Lawrence University, B.S., Syra-
cuse University, M.S.
Margaret Hawkesworth, Sweet Brier
Farm, Rowley, Massachusetts, Boston
University College of Liberal Arts,
William john Igoe, 25 Vine Street,
Andover, Massachusetts, Boston Uni-
versity, B.S., Ed.M.
Joyce E. Mowat, 104 Pine Street,
Andover, Massachusetts, Lowell State
Teachers' College, B.S. Music Educa-
Isabelle M. Phelan, 168 High Street,
North Andover, Massachusetts, jack-
son College, B.S.
Owen Hinckley, 11 Birch Road, An-
dover, Massachusetts, University of
New Hampshire, B.S.
Bernard M. Kellmurray, 84 Maple
Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts,
Yale University, A.B., M.A.
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Christy M. Robinson, 140 Chestnut
Street, Andover, Massachusetts, Col-
umbia University, M.A.
Wilbur G. Hixon, 512 South Main
Street, Andover Massachusetts, Ply-
mouth Teachers' College, A.B.
Marjorie I. McAninch, 1 Logan
Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts, Da-
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Pauline Perry, 26 Elm Street, An-
University in England, M.A., Univer-
sity of Manitoba, A.B.
William E. Russell, Canobie Lake,
New Hampshire, St. Anslem's Col-
lege, A.B., Salem State 'Teachers' Col-
Lindsay J, March, 178 Shawsheen
Road, Andover, Massachusetts, Uni-
versity of Maine, A.B., Columbia
Madeline K. Simeone, 13 Stratford
Road, Andover, Massachusetts, Fram-
ingham Teachers' College, B.S.
E. Marjorie Smith, 401 Andover
Street, Ballardvale, Massachusetts,
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i'm a swingin senior
name? just jackson
sure i've got hobbies
i really grab buzzing in the corridors
especially during period a
i read poetry-usually e. e. Cummings
even write some-shh!
oh, you mean like 'the barn, the den',
sometimes 'central' and'woody's
if i feel Way out even the movies
pet groove? like mr. wormwood's olfice
or detention hall
guess you'd call me esoteric
or zombie or cool ghoul
that's the way it is man,
that's the way it really is.',
FREDERICK ETHAN ALLEN
109 Main Street
Football 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 43
Class Council 3, 4g Ring Committee 33 Prom Decora-
tion Committee 3g Usher at the Prom 3 . . . a great
all around guy . . . "Mr. Touchdown" . . . "out to
lunch" . . , little Nash Rambler . . . loves all sports,
DONNA LEE ANDERSON
21 Linda Road
Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Service Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Chorus
33 Mosaic Staff 3, 43 Prom Queen's Committee 33
Prom Usherette 33 Pep Club 43 Cheerleader 43 Varsity
Club 43 Year Book, Literary Committtee 4g Stunt
Night, Executive Planning Board 4 , . . learned
thirty-five cheers in four days . . . "You're not
serious!" . . . expert l-:nitter . . . plans to be a medical
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DONNA LEE ALLEN
41 Lowell Street
Girls' Sports 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Library Assistant 2,
3, 4 . . . member of the Civil Air Patrol . . . enjoys
dancing, skating and horseback riding . . . she'll
always be tops with the class of '60.
PRISCILLA JAN ARNOLD
64 Carmel Road
Band 2, 3, 4g Head Color Guard 4g Pep Club 4 . . .
always answering letters . . . a sincere friend . . . has
beautiful posture . . . will make a great airline hostess,
with her smile and personality.
DAVID HENRY BABINE
69 Tewksbury Street, Ballarclvale
Owns a jalopy and likes working on cars . . . always
with Ray . . . works at J. P. Stevens' . . , "Yeah, man!" E, g
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10 Wildwood Road X
Basketball Manager 4 . . , Stereo enthusiast . . . xml,
cool, calm, and collector of stamps! . . . favorite ,X i
pastime: being out of school , . . lobster lover . . .
always with Dave.
PHYLLIS CHANDLER BAILEY
125 Bailey Road
Girls' Sports 2, 35 Service Club 3, 43 Glee Club 45
Red Cross Council 4 , . . a sweet girl who has a
sweet tooth for ice cream . . . has an infectuous laugh
. . . enjoys bowling . . . quiet . . . plans to go to a
84 High Street
Silent and steady . . . an avid reader of all science
fiction . . . really goes for sizzling steaks and 77 Sfm-
Jez Slrip . . . headed for college.
275 Andover Street, Ballardvale
Band 2g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Press Club Zg Science
Club 5, 4 . . . works at Elm Farm . , , lots of pep and
cheerful smile . . . imports from North Andover . . .
tall and cute.
GRACE MARGARET BARSAMIAN
14 Essex Street
Class Social Committee 2g Service Club 3 . . . full
of spirit . . . glad to have her back . . . always seen
with Mary Lou . . . crazy about pizza and pepper-
steak . . . likes to dance.
BARBARA ELLEN BERGER
11 Nutmeg Lane
Mosaic Stal? 3, 43 Class Council 2, 35 Creative
Writing 3, 4g Service Club 33 Glee Club 43 Choral
Society 4 . . . serious about all she does . . . con-
stantly arrives late but says "lt's the bus driver" . . .
good student . . . likes to sew . . . plans to attend
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BEVERLY ANN BERGERON
2 Shepley Street
Band 2, 3, 45 Prom Invitation and Ticket Committee
35 Advanced Choir 4g Pep Club 4 . . , friendly to
everyone with a cheery smile . . . loves to skate . . .
asset to advanced choir.
CHARLES A. BERGERON
199 Salem Street
Nt-ver says too much . . . built a hor rod with his
brother , . . black pegged pants . . . doesn't like
caps and gowns . . , plans to atend a technical school.
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LAURENCE RICHARD BISBEE, JR.
13 Harvard Road
Football 23 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 4 . . . always
kidding around . . . likes flying model airplanes , . .
favorite expression - "It's really Hyingn . . . good
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MARY ELLA BERNARD
Red Cross Council 35 Mamie Staff 45 Service Club 4
. . . flirt . . . long hair . . . collegiate dresser . . .
likes dancing and parties . . . plans to work following
JOHN MORRISON BIRDSALL, III
115 Main Street
Football 29 Glee Club Zg Spring Track 25 Service
Club 4 . . . breezy talker . . . always bombing through
town on his motor scooter . . . likes skiing . . . in-
terested in Business Administration after college.
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ROBERT DOMAGK BLEICHER
500 South Main Street Q
Science Club 5g Winter Track 43 Spring Track 4 . . .
prize winner of the science fair 5 . . . white mice ax
. . . "no time for girls" . . . curly hair , , . college gf!!
LINDA MARION BLACK
79 Chestnut Street
Girls' Sports 2, Band 2, Homeroom Treasurer 23
Student Council 2, 3, 4, Ring Committee 35 Prom
Decoration Committee 3 . . . enjoys cooking and
sewing . . . drives a '59 Rambler , . . big brown
eyes , . . spends summers in Maine , . . plans to go
to a home economics school.
37 Pine Street
Football 2, 5, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Prom Rereshment Committee
3 . . . a three letter man . . . confident, courteous, and
collegiate . . , you can't miss him in his pink and
black Ford . . , good company . . . plans to attend
Tilton Prep School
JANET JEAN BOOTH
Red Cross Council 3, Pep Club 4, Secretary 4g Service
Club 4, Chairman of Dance and Entertainment Com-
mittee 4 . . . real wild sense of humor . . . songbird
in advanced choir , . , beautiful eyes , , . "Cha Cha
Cha" . . . vivacious.
DELLA MARIE BOULANGER ""
107 North Street
Band 2, Glee Club 4g Pep Club 4 . . . pretty eyes . . .
accomplished typist . . . reserved . . . loves to roller
skate and dance , . . one of the many Boulangers.
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CAROLE ANN CALIRI
20 Riverina Road
Service Club 23 Prom Finance Committee 3g Pep
Club 45 Mamie Staff 4, Year Book, Clerical Com-
mittee 4 . . . refined and lady-like . . . enjoys swim-
ming . . . tennis . . . attractive . . . neat in appearance
. . . Chuck . . . future legal secretary.
JANET MARIE BUSBY
42 York Street
Girls' Sports 2, 33 Service Club 3, 4g Year Book,
Sports Committee 4 . . . works in Surher1and's , . .
not too talkative but has a good sense of humor . . .
"Oh, yeah?" . . . enjoys swimming, tennis, and most
sports . . . plans to go into merchandising after
MARIE ANN CAFISO
40 Paris Street
Band Majorettc 2, 5, 4, Pep Club 4 . . . cute with
dark hair . . . works at Bon Secours Hospital . . .
dancing and bowling . . . plans to attend MacIntosh
BARBARA MARIE CARNEY
33 Shawsheen Road
Band 3, 4 , . . tiny . . . wears a ring as big as her
waist around her neck . . . loves swimming, skating
on wheels and dancing . . . secretarial designs.
RICHARD JOSEPH CHETSON
133 North Main Street
Baseball 23 Glee Club 3, 4g Year Book, Advertising
Committee 4 . . . "Bell Hop of the Year" at the Inn
. . . great sense of humor . . . loyal supporter of
"Central" and the "Barn" . . . studies hard . . . col-
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ALBERT GORDON CARLSON
11 Shawsheen Road
Football 2, 3, 43 Gym Team 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4g
Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . ideal physique . . . "Help
keep the cafeteria clean" . . . hacker , . . terrific in
all sports . . . plans for college.
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ANN JUDITH CHURCHILL
158 Shawsheen Road
Girls' Sports 35 Glee Club 33 Choir 35 Prom Photo-
graphy Committee 35 Science Club 3, 45 Momic Staff
45 Choral Society 4 . . . hails from Concord . . .
regular participant at the "beat parties" . . . solemn
until that cheerful grin appears . . . likes science . . .
JERALYN CATHERINE CLARKE
152 North Street
Service Club 3, 45 Band 35 Pep Club 45 Executive
Committee, Stunt Night 4 . . . likes swimming . . .
skating . . . sweet and popular . . . Hampton Beach
. . . collegiate dresser . . . plans to be a nurse.
MARY MARGARET COSTELLO
95 Salem Street
Momic.StaE 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Science
Club 25 Girls' Sports 2, 35 Creative Writing 2, 3, 45
Prom Usherette 35 Band 3, 45 Pep Club 45 Class
Council 45 Class Treasurer 45 Year Book, Co-Editor
in Chief 45 Student Guide 4 . . . vivacious - sees
the world through laughing, green eyes . , . capable
editor in chief . . . often on the tennis courts of
Salisbury Beach . . . college.
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PATRICIA LONG COFFMAN
Glee Club 3, 45 Mamie Staff 3, 45 Pep Club 45 "Six-
Teens" 45 Service Club 45 Girls' Sports 45 Press
Club 45 Year Book, Literary Committee 4 . . . the
girl who will always help . . . a newcomer from New
York possessed with an incurable optimism . . . a
head above others in height and ability to make
friends . . . loves singing especially with the "Six-
Teens" . . . college bound.
Fosters' Pond Road
Band 3, 45 Service Club 3, 4 . . . came from Revere
in her junior year . . . one of the happiest people at
Andover High . . . "See you later." . . . enjoys swim-
ming, skating and football games . . . plans to go to
WALTER GERARD CURRAN
33 Corbett Street
Football 2, 39 Year Book, Literary Committee 4g
Ring Committee 3 . . . drives a "hot" Plymouth . . .
has a freckle for every friend . . . always laughing
. . . Central . . . college ahead.
99 Shawsheen Road
Service Club 2, 33 Mamie Staff 25 Exchange Assem-
blies Zg Ring Committee 31 Class Treasurer 33 Class
Council 35 Prom Planning Board 33 Varsity Club 3,
45 Prom Decorating Committee 3g Cheerleader 3, 4g
Year Book, Literary Committee 4 . . . the cheerleader
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with the deep voice . . . Brad's sidekick . . . "Oh, .
those long walks to school!" . . . the female driver of
the "Red Bomb" . . . Winsome . . . Secretarial school. LIN
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DAVID JAMES CROWE
27 Marland Stret
Likes to hunt and nsh . . . collects pets of all kinds
. . . quiet . . . likes skiing . . . plans to join the Air
RICHARD WILLIAM DANIELS
85 Central Street
Soccer 25 Science Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2g Mamie
Staff 35 National Honor Society 3, 4g Student Guide
45 Certificate for National Merit 4 . . . conscientious
and conservative . . . the Einstein of our class . . .
usually working in the A, and P .... his hobbies are
stamp and coin collecting and skiing . . . plans to go
MARY LOU DARGOONIAN
23 Blanchard Street
Band 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 4 . . .
level headed and friendly . . . excursions to Lawrence
. . . loves football games . , . practical , . . plans to
become a hairdresser.
CAROL ANN DAVIS
175 North Main Street
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Girls' Sports 25 Prom Finance Committee 35 Year
Book, Clerical Committee 4 . . . works at Clark
Motor Company . . . a graceful dancer . . . keeps
the knitting needles clicking steadily . . . always a
clown . . . plans to work as a secretary following
DORIS ANNE DeHART
21 Arthur Road
Band 2, 3, 4g "The Six-Teens" 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 3g
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Special Choir 3g Orchestra 4g
Prom Usherette 3 . . . loves to sing . . . what would
the A.l-I.S. band have done without Dot and her
cymbals? , . . always writing letters to Pete . . .
"Oklahoma or Bust" . . , knits beautiful sweaters.
mx AUDREY CONSTANCE DAWES
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431 Girls' Sports 2, 3 . . . full of vitality . . . "C-r-r-u-
n-c-h!" . . . well dressed . . . enjoys swimming and
sailing at Martha's Vineyard . . . headed for Wilfred
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, Qs' Pep Club 4 , . . avid music fan . . . important mem
X I g ber of A Cappella Choir . . . writes faithfully to Bob
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MARILYN MARIE DeMOOR
23 Rock Ridge Road
Service Club 2 3' Mosaic Staff 2 3' Class Dance Com-
mittee 2g Class Council 3g Class Social Committee
Chairman 3g Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4g Varsity
Club 3, 4g Prom Planning Board 3g Prom Decoration
Committee 33 Ring Committee 3g Co-Chairman Win-
ter Sports Dance 45 Year Book, Girls' Sport Com-
mittee, Chairman 4 . . . "Come on kids, let's yell!"
. . . boundless energy . . . Winter Sports Queen . . .
capable . . . sparkling personality . , . will make a
45 Vine Street
Service Club 2, 5, 45 Class Social Committee 35 Pep
Club 4 . . . works at Howard Johnson's . . . "Dave's
coming home this weekend!" . . . quiet and capable
. . . outstanding homemaking student.
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16 Brook Street
Girls' Sports 25 Prom Finance Committee 3: Service
Club 43 Pep Club 4 . . . what crazy conversations
Lana and Charlotte Bentley have at their lockers!
. . . loves to dance . . . tiny . . . headed for Business
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" hails from North Andover . . . quiet . . . well liked
K , . . . has pretty glasses . . . a whiz at shorthand.
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84 Tewksbury Street
Enjoys hunting and fishing . . . "uddy-tat" . . . can
rack up a high score as a bowler . . . plans to enter
Prom Photography Committee 35 Year Book, Photo-
graphy Committee 4 . . . likes dancing at the Barn
. . . amateur photographer . . . works in Macarthey's
L . . . collegiate dresser - buys all his clothes in
Macartney s naturally.
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18 Lucerne Drive
Class Council 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain
4g Baseball 2, 3, 4g Soccer 2, 4g Service Club 2, 33
Glee Club 2, 3g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4g
Student Council 2, 45 Vice President of the Class 45
Pep Club, Vice President 43 Class Executive Com-
mittee 4 . . . busy-busy-busy . . . has a million
activities and his ambition is to become a millionaire
. . . casanova . .vbxjlrives a '60 Fury . , . future
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76 Gould Road
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Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 23 Prom Queen's 'GB
Committee 35 Advanced Choir 33 Mamie Staff 45 " V
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Library Assistant 4 . . . petite . . , pixie haircut . . . my .E '
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Mt- f ' Sports 2, 3, 43 Creative Writing 2, 4g Service Club
2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 4g Library Assistant
fix 'g n 3, 45 Prom Photography Committee 31 Student Coun-
4 5 cil 3g Pep Club 4, Glee Club 4 . . . lively . . . loves
- . the excitement of New York City . . . likes horseback
V riding and all outdoor sports . . . competent . . .
ELINOR JESSIE FINNERTY
199 Shawsheen Road
Girls' Sports 2, 35 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45 Mosaic
Staff 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 45 Science Club 5, 45
Prom Planning Board 35 Prom Decoration Committee
35 Prom Usherette 35 Creative Writing 45 Pep Club
4 . . . always ready with a joke when it's needed . . .
likes to sew . . . information center . . . "But, Mr.
Hopkins." . . . college bound.
MARGARET JANE FITZGERALD
129 Elm Street
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Cheerleader 2' Mosaic Staff 3 4' Varsity Club 3 45
Class Council 3, 45 Prom Co-Chairman 35 Student
Guide 45 Pep Club 45 Year Book, Art Editor 4 . . .
wonderful artist -- paints and draws . . . pretty smile
and curly brown hair . . . "I got a letter from Artie"
. . . capable worker . . . future commercial artist.
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EDWARD LOUIS FORTUNA
26 River Road
Football 2 a great hockey player
student in shop smokes a pipe
sports especially nshmg and hunting
to Wentworth Institute
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plans to go
MICHAEL ALAN FRISHMAN
14 Castle Heights
Cross Country 2, 45 Spring Track 2, 45 Gym Team
2, 45 Grchestra 2, 45 Science Club 2, 45 Goldsmith
Speaking Contest 45 Varsity Club 4 . . . he collects
seashells at the seashore . . . "Skipped" junior year to
graduate with us . . . works hard for the gym team
. . . good build , . . does a good job in everything
he undertakes . . . college.
ROBERT LYMAN GARRISON
15 Arcadia Road
Soccer 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 45
Board of Directors 3, 4 . . . always working on science
projects . . . sometimes takes time oil to go hunting
or fishing . . . intelligent . . . can play "Rudolph the
Red-Nosed Reindeer" on the violin . . . a great de-
bater, especially with Mr. Kellmurray . . . college.
CLAIRE MARIE GAUDET
24 Boston Road
Reticent, yet willing to participate . . . enjoys roller
skating, ice skating, and dancing . . . "Gee whiz!"
. . . loves Italian food . . . plans to work following
WILLIAM JOSEPH GALLANT
7 Upland Road
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 35 Basketball Z5
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice President 45 Class Social Committee 2, 35 Prom
Committee 35 Student Guide 45 Year Book, Photo-
graphy Committee 4 . . . terrific baseball player . . .
Sundial Shoes . . . "Have you done your homework
yet?" . . . "Are you going out tonight?" . . . able
. . . college,
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88 Rattlesnake Hill Road
Cheerleader 2, 35 "Six-Teens" 2, 3, 45 Student Council
25 Class Council 35 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club
2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 "Showcase" Committee
Chairman 35 Pep Club 45 Mixed Chorus 45 Prom
Decoration Committee 35 Advanced Choir 45 Year
Book, Clerical Committee 45 Executive Committee,
Stunt Night 4 . . , fabulous voice . . . pert and pixyish
. . . a real dresser . . . "a large order of onion rings,
please" . . . "Don't sneeze!" . . . always joking.
CHARLES COLEMAN GLAZERMAN
I Hidden Way
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 3, 43 Hockey 2 ,3, 43 Dance
Band 33 Exchange Assemblys 3, 43 Jazz Band 4 . . .
a great drummer . . . bashful . . . often working
around Michael Jay's . . . can play several instruments
. . . college.
DANIEL ANTHONY GRECOE
17 Florence Street
Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3, 43 Service Club 2, 3, 4g
Class Social Committee 2, 33 Glee Club 23 Prom Dec-
oration Chairman 33 Ring Committee 3g Prom Usher
33 Science Club 4 . . . enjoys hunting . . . "Dapper
Dan" Cthe Ladies' Manj says he "hates all girls"
. . . often at "The Den" . . . ambition: to be a math
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248 North Main Street
Red Cross Council 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Choral
Group 33 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 "Holidays" 3, 43
Exchange Assemblies 3, 43 Chairman of Invitation
Committee, Service Club 4g Mosaic Staff 4 . . . enjoys
singing and playing the piano . . . swimming at P.A.
. . . understanding . . . likes to knit . . . future teacher.
CAROLYN SHUTTER GRANT
8 Harvard Road
Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Literary Club 2, 3, 43 Radio Club
23 "Six-Teens" 2, 33 "Holidays" 3, 4g Advanced
Choir 43 Mamie Staff 23 Prom Invitation Committee,
Chairman 3g Year Book, Art Committee 43 Choral
Society 4 . . . pleasant and friendly . . . musical . . .
tall and attractive with flaming red hair . . . artist
. . . college.
JEAN MARIE GROLEAU
32 Dufton Road
Girls' Sports 2g Service Club 3, 4g Prom Financial
Committee Chairman 3g Honor Society 3, 4g Year
Book, Clerical Committee, Chairman 4 . . . the devil
lies beneath those quiet eyes . . . "Who has a red
convertible?" . . . efficient . . . George . . . Honor
student . . . plans to work after graduation.
S BARBARA ANN GREENHOW
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TX Glee Club 25 Girls' Sports 2, Mamie Staff 35 Ad-
fl vanced Choir 45 Mixed Choir 4 . . . likes horseback 1
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123 Salem Street
Service Club 2, 3, 4g Clerical Chairman 45 Class
Social Committee 23 Girls' Sports 2g Pep Club 43
Year Book, Clerical Committee 4 . . . peppy . . .
likes rock-and-roll dancing . . . ice skating
"ooooo-oh" . . . JIMMY! . . . Who made the "dent
in the Driver Training Car?? . . . future secretary
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Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 43 Service Club
3, 45 Chairman 4g Girls' Choir 35 Mamie Staff 3, 45
Prom Queen's Committee 33 Pep Club 4 . . . Demure
and pretty . . . ski enthusiast . . . dating Dick . . .
always at the games . . . "Pat, hurry up!" . . . college.
MARILYN RUTH I-IARTY
354 River Road A AX X
Aloraic Staff 25 Service Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Coun- X
cil 2: Girls' Sextet 3, 4 . , . has a nice singing voice I N-4'
. . . her hobby is riding in sports cars . . . lives way
out in West Andover . . . sparkling personality . . . 1,1
JOSEPH MCALPINE HASTINGS
9 Memorial Circle
Service Club 2 4' Cross Country 2 3, Co-Captain 45
Winter Track 2, 3, 43 Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Prom
Decorating Committee 35 Pep Club 4 . . . bristly
crew cut . . . "What would a week be without a
week-end?" . . . works on a mink farm . . . a good
kid . . . plans to enter the service.
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31 Wolcott Avenue
Moraic Staff 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 43 Class Coun.
cil 25 Student Council 3, 45 Secretary of Eastern
Massachusetts Division of Student Councils 45 Cheer-
leader 3, 45 Class Social Committee 25 Varsity Club
3, 45 Prom Queen's Committee 35 Pep Club 45 Year
Book Photography and Circulation 45 Student Guide
. . . one of A.H.S.'s favorite charlestoners . . .
naturally curly hair . . . loves to travel . . . parties
. . . plans to attend Sullins College in Virginia.
1 George Street
Class Social Committee 2 Morazc Staff 2 3 Class
Council 2 4 Service Club 2 3 4 Band
Glee Club 2, 35 Prom Invitation and Ticket Com-
mittee 3g Student Guide 35 Pep Club 45 Year Book,
Literary Committee 4 . . . loves to debate . . .
"Toughy Bean" likes jazz dancin and sewin
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POLLY MARTHA HOLIHAN
60 Bartlett Street
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Class Social Committee 25 Stu-
dent Council 25 Red Cross Council 25 Goldsmith
Speaking Contest Winner 2g Mosaic Stal? 2, 35 Girls'
Sports 2, 35 Class Council 35 Student Guide 3, 45
Prom Decoration Committee 35 Pep Club 45 Varsity
Club 45 Cheerleader 45 National Honor Society 3, 45
Year Book, Circulation Co-Chairman 4 . . . an ener-
getic worker . . . cold chicken for lunch . . . always
collegiate . . . many Bennies . . . college.
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JAMES ALAN HOLDEN
12 Ridge Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4 . . . enjoys working on cars and
building models . . . record collector . . . really goes
for fried clams . . . congenial.
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LINDA LEE HOWE
2 Robandy Road
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Mamie Stall 2, 3, 45 Band
Majorette 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 Prom Re-
freshment Committee Chairman 35 Pep Club 45 Year
Book, Art Committee . , . cheerful worker at "The
Coffee Mill" . . . well dressed . . . those dances at
Salem State Teachers' , . . "Guess what Tom said?"
. . . plans to go to a modeling school.
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72 Salem Street
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Sports 2, 33 Mamie Staff
2, 3, 42 Red Cross Council 3, 45 Chairman 45 Student
Guide 45 Year Book, Photography Committee 4 . . .
perfectly honest and a grand gal . . . striking . . .
lovely clothes . . . summers at Gloucester and trips
to Polly's . . . "The Barn" . . . college.
PATRICIA YVETTE JARBEAU
I2 Boston Road
Girls' Sports 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 4 . . . cheerful "Hello"
. . . peppy majorette . . . long brown hair . . . will
be a good nurse.
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28 Lincoln Street
Class Social Committee 23 Mamie Stal? 2, 3, 4g Service
Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2,
Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4g Red
Cross Council 2, 3, 4, President 33 Creative Writing
2, 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3g Radio Club 2, Prom Re-
freshment Committee 3, National Honor Society 3, 4g
Student Guide 3, 4g Pep Club 4g Year Book, Photo-
graphy Committee Co-Chairman 4 . . . efficiency
personified . . . likes to ski and listen to jazz . . .
Annapolis . . . pretty blond hair . . . interested in
Foreign Service after college.
CHARLOTTE MARIE JOHNSON
15 Johnson Road
Mosaic Stal? 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 2, 35 Service Club
2, 3, 4, Prom Photography Committee 3g Pep Club 4g
Student Guide 4 . . . full of fun and always joking
. . . often at "The Barn" . . . likes trips to New
Hampshire . . . "Hey, Boo Boo." . . . college.
JHFFREY, MH. 6
16 Avon Street
Girls' Sports 2, 39 Mosaic Staff 2, 3, 4, Assistant
Feature Editor 3, 4, Prom Executive Committee 3g
Prom Decoration Committee 35 Student Guide 3, 45
Service Club 2, 3, 4, Chairman of Social and Enter-
tainment 43 Pep Club 4, Social Committee Chairman
4 . . . bubbling personality . . . everyone's cheerful
when Anno's around . . . afternoons at Boston Hill
. . . interested in people . . . college.
JUDITH FRANCES KARLIS
181 Jenkins Road
Student Council 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club
2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 2, Moruiz: Staff 2, 3, 4, Prom
Usherexte 3, Pep Club 4, Girls' Chorus 3, Year Book,
Clerical Committee 4 . . . works at Hillview Country
Club . . . always a smile for everyone . . . "Gol1y"
. . . loves to dance and swim . . . "Dickie" . . .
HERBERT E. KEMPTON
55 Summer Street
"Herb" "Harvey Keck"
Soccer 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Science
Club 2, 3, 4, Board of Directors 3, 4, Football, Head
Manager 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4, Honor Society 3, 4,
Year Book, Business Editor 4 . . . great debator . . .
science-oh-science . . . Mr. Hinckley's prize student
. . . the rallies . . . headed for college.
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LYNN FRANK JOHNSON
170 Chestnut Street
Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 2, 4, Basketball
2, Service Club 2, Class Treasurer 2, Varsity Club
3, 4, Assembly Committee 3, 4, Class Vice President
3, Prom Co-Chairman 3, Prom Host 3, Ring Com-
mittee 3, National Honor Society 3, 4, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, Student Guide 3,
4, Chairman 4 . . . reliable and even-tempered . . .
a really terrific kid with millions of friends . . .
"How about a class play?" . . . Peter Gunn, Huckle-
berry Hound, and jazz . . . college bound.
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ELLEN MARY KFOURY
230 Highland Road
Mosaic Staff 2, 3, 4, Exchange Editor 3, 4, Service
Club 2, 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, School Librarian 3, 4,
Creative Writing 3, Prom Photography Chairman 3,
Pep Club 4, Year Book, Photography Co-Editor 4 . . .
"Oh, I can't do my trig!" . . . quiet, but sweet . . .
letters from Trinity . . . well-dressed . . . college.
RAYMOND FRANCIS KRYZYNSKI
201 Holt Road
Spring Track 25 Service Club 25 Gym Team 3, 4,
Co-Captain 45 Varsity Club 45 Year Book, Sports
Committee 4 . . . "he flies through the air" . . .
cars . . . enjoys racing and hunting . . . "Oh, forget
it." . . . plans to join the Army.
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5 ,go 1 ' , rove to t e west coast ast summer . . . wor s at
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JAMES DANIEL LANCASTER
3 Binney Street
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crazy about hockey . . . What would the corridors
be like without Charlotte and jim?" . . . Navy, here
BRENDA LEE LANDRY
10 Woodland Road
National Honor Society 3 4 Treasurer 4 Service
Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Cheerleader 4 Red Cross
Council -3, 45 Class Social Committee 35 Prom Usher-
ette 35 Girls' Sports 35 Student Guide 4g Momic StaE
45 Executive Committeeg Varsity Club 45 Year Book,
Literary Committee 4 . . , a newcomer from Arlington
who has added much to our class . . . "I was never
so embarassed in all my life" . . . veal cutlets at
"The Den" . . . college bound.
SHEILA ANN LAWLOR
10 Pasho Street
Science Club 3, 4g Board of Directors 4g Service Club
35 Girls' Sports 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 43
Barnard Essay Contest 2nd Prize 3g Marais Staff 3, 43
Student Guide 45 Student Council, Treasurer 43 Press
Club 4g Year Book, Literary Committee 4 . . . active
member of the class . . . a real doll . . . Hips over
the Kingston Trio . . . always willing to help . , .
headed for college.
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9 Robandy Road
Red Cross Council 25 Service Club 2, 4g Girls' Sports
2, 4g Pep Club 3, 4, Mosaic Staff 4 . . . cheerful and
bouncy . . . at all the games . . . a perfect blend of
femininity and friendliness . . . "Good things come
in small packages" . . . wants to teach in the primary
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JAMES FRANCIS LEETE
17 Salem Street
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 5, 4g Soccer 2g Service
Club 4g Mosaic Staff 4 . . . loves coffee at "The Den"
. . . carefree . . . there's always a laugh when jim's
around . . . active in C.Y.O ..., college.
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PAUL EDWARD LEVERONI
442 South Main Street
Soccer 2, 3g Football 23 Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball
Manager 25 Service Club 4, Mamie Staff 4 . . . never
a dull moment . . . always at "The Barn" . . . drives
a '59 Buick . . . likes Fishing . . , college.
JANET GRACE LORD
15 Boston Road
Cheerleader 2, 3, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2,
3, 4, Class Council 2, 3, Exchange Assemblies 2, 3,
4, Ring Committee, Chairman 3, Prom Queen's Com-
mittee Chairman 3, Queen of the Prom 3, Pep Club
President 4 . . . personality plus . . . a big hit at
assemblies, with her pantomines . . . great dancer
and gymnast . . . "Oh, what a fabulous weekend!"
. . . hopes to become an airline hostess.
58 Chandler Road
Glee Club 3, 4, "Holidays" 3, 4, Exchange Assem-
blies 3, 4, Advanced Choir 4, Mixed-Chorus 4,
Moraic Staff 4, Year Book, Literary Committee 4 . . .
singing in gym with Carolyn and Sue . . . can enliven
any group with her foulk songs and banjo . . . loves
sailing especially in her new boat . . . "You word!"
, . . Junior College.
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LINDA CONSTANCE LOW
62 Maple Avenue
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, "Six-Teens 2, 3, 4, Service Club
2, 3, 43 Exchange Assemblies 2, 3, Class Social Com-
mittee 2, Prom Usherette 3, Advanced Choir 4, Pep
Club 4, Choral Society 4, Year Book, Circulation
Committee 4 . . . loves to drive . . , "The Den" . . .
enjoys dancing and football games . . . likes to Cry
. . . headed for Chandler next year to become a
THOMAS RICHARD LOW
16 Harding Street
Football 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, Gym Team 2, 3, 4,
Track Z, 3g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4 . . . full of school
spirit . . . great orator at the rallies . . . works at
the Andover Animal Hospital . . . an asset to the
football team . . . plans to become a veterinarian.
DAVID VINCENT LYNCH
33 Gray Road
Soccer 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 2g Baseball 2g
Science Club 5 . . . a favorite member of the gang
at "The Bam" . , . "Thais a laugh and a half." . . .
plans to enter the service after graduation.
16 Enmore Stret
Service Club Z, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 3g Momic Staff
3, 45 Pep Club 4 . . . soft spoken . . . collects stuffed
animals . . . likes unusual jewelry . . . quiet, but lots
of fun to be with . . . college.
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ALICE MARY LYNCH
17 Vine Street
Service Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council 2, 33 Creative
Writing 5g Pep Club 45 Girls' Sports 4g Mosaic Staff
4 . , , dependable . . . owner of two cats and two
dogs . . . collects anything . . . active in C.Y.O. . . .
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RICHARD EUGENE MAHONEY
514 South Main Street
Boys' Glee Club 45 Mosaic Staff 45 Mixed Chorus 43
Senior Boys' Quartet 4 . . . an import from North
Reading . . . a great singer . . . amateur photographer
. . . friendly to everyone . . . college.
MEREDYTI-IE LEA MANNING
38 York Street
Class Social Committee 2, 4, Chairman 23 Glee Club
2, 31 Girls' Sports 2, 33 Prom Decoration Designer
33 Service Club 43 Pep Club 43 Year Book, Art Com-
mittee 43 Mosaic Stall 4 . . . designs all her own
clothes . . . attractive . . . loves to shop for really
different shoes . , . enjoys decorating and refinishing
old furniture . . . plans to atend a school of Fine Arts.
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3 Hall Avenue
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Service Club 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports
2, 3, 4g Prom Decorating Committee 33 Pep Club 43
Year Book, Literary Committee 4 . . . plays the cello
. . . always ready to help . . . "Well, I'll tell you"
. . . plans to be a missionary nurse.
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JUDITH ANN MAXWELL Q,
16 Arundel Street
ujlldyn "Maxie" 5
Radio Club 23 Service Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross Coun- ? 3
cil 23 Girls' Sports 23 Cheerleader 33 Momic Staff 3, 1
43 Library Assistant 43 Varsity Club 3, 4g Pep Club "' ,
4 . . . always seen in North Andover , . . mischievous C 4
. . . party-goer . . . animated . . . future nurse.
MARGARET ELLEN MAUCK
31 Pearson Street
Band 23 Service Club 3, 45 Pep Club 4g Mosaic Staff
4 . . . a girl with pep and personality . . . rock-and-
roll enthusiast . . . "The Barn" . . . plans to work in
ELIZABETH RUTH MCBRIDE
7 Locke Street
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46 York Street
Mamie Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Creative Writing
3, 4g Science Club 3g Service Club 5, 4, Girls' Sports
33 National Honor Society 3, 45 Prom Decorating
Committee 3g Year Book, Layout Co-Editor 4, Student
Guide 4 . . . a newcomer who has added much to
A.H.S .... always running through the corridors
collecting news for the Mamie . . . "obviously" . . .
an honor student . . . plans a career in Social Work
Chairman 3g National Honor Societ 3, 4' Clinic is 'Q . Q
Duty 3, 43 Pep Club 4 , . . "Miss School Spirit" , . .
always driving her Rambler . . . friendly to everyone
. . . "Oh, George!" . . . college.
PAUL SARGENT MCKINNON
6 DunBarton Street
Soccer 2g Service Club Zg Science Club 2 . . . ardent
supporter of Central and "The Barn" . . . great sense
of humor . . . crazy haircut . . . trips to New York
. . . Is Paul ever early?
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JOHN ALBIN MCINTYRE
229 Andover Street
Class Council 25 Red Cross Council 3, 4 . . . always
smiling . . . "Say, there!" . . . looks great in his Co-
op uniform . . . active in DeMolay and Boy Scouts
. . . business college.
MARIE CECILIA MENZIE
20 Riverina Road
Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Service
Club 2, 3, 4, Class Social Committee 2g Ring Com-
mittee 3g Pep Club 4, Library Assistant 4 . . . "The
Barn" . . . when "Cheezie" is around, excitement
reigns . . . lots of school spirit . . . "I'm letting my
hair grow for class pictures." . . . loves riding in
WILLIAM ARTHUR MINZNER
72 Haverhill Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45
Service Club 2 . . . always cruising around town . . .
"What'd you say?" . . . owner of a sailboat . .
crewcut . . . wants to be a teacher.
' ' KATHLEEN PATRICIA MERRILL
4 :9 18 Harding Street
1 S: "Kathy"
'f Loves Pizza . . . enjoys sports and car races . . . always
with Claire . . . plans to attend MacIntosh business
56 Marland Street
Gym Team 2, 3, 4 . . . asset to the gym team . .
loves to hunt . . . jol-:ester of 4th period physics . . .
clown . . . looks toward college for the next four
FRANK LAWRENCE MONETTE
Box 40, Beacon Street
Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 25 Spring Track 3, 43 Varsity
Club 3, 4 . . . extremely quiet . . . likes basketball,
horseback riding, and golf . . . always ready to help
. . . drives a 1950 Ford . . . plans to attend Coyne
ELAINE MARIE MORIN
10 Juliette Street
Glee Club 35 Girls' Sports 35 Service Club 4 . . . likes
dancing, skating, and boys . . . often seen in Lawrence
. . , works at Liberty Mutual . . . future airline hostess.
li? 4 LINDA NORMA MITCHELL
12 Tewksbury Street
-1 Class Council 23 Service Club 4 . . . cheerful worker
at Ford's Restaurant . . . a real clown . . . likes to
U cry! . . . "Oh, you must be kidding" . . . will make
a fine nurse.
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DIANE LEE MOSKAL
27 Bellevue Road
Service Club 2, 3, 49 Bakery Sale Committee 2g
Library Assistant 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 4g Band 4g
Prom Planning Board 33 Prom Decoration Committee
5 . . . great typist . . . loves to skate . . . gay giggle
. . . will make a good secretary.
SUSAN COPP MULVEY
87 Chestnut Street
Red Cross Council 3, 43 Mamie Stal? 2, 3, 4, Service
Club 2, 3, Barnard Essay Contest 23 Radio Club 23
Literary Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Sports 2, 3, 44 Student
Guide 33 Class Social Committee 3, Prom Decoration
Committee 3, Prom Usherette 3 . . . collegiate dresser
. . . often seen on her way to the Merrimack River
to watch P.A.'s crew . . . very talented with a needle
and thread . . . sophisticated humor that entertains all
, . . headed for college.
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DEBORAH CLARK NEWCOMB
193 Chestnut Street
Mamie Stal? 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 3, 4g Glee Club
2, 35 Press Club 2, Class Council 2, 3, 4g Student
Council 3, 43 Corresponding Secretary 4, Class Sec-
retary 3, 4, Girls' Sports 3g Ring Committee 3g Prom
8Qf5R9'no'R-L1 Planning Board 3, Prom Decoration Committee 3g
GJ-S0 Prom Usherette 3g Assembly Committee 2, Chairman
- 3, 43 National Honor Society 3, 45 Student Guide 4g
Mosaic t Goldsmith Speaking Contest 3 . . . very efficient . . .
5Fit'1R2- best rope climber at A.H.S.? . . . "Is Debbie ever in
add' SR hoImeroom?" . . . likes to sail, dance, and ski . . .
ELIZABETH JEAN NICHOLAS
4 48 Chandler Road
Service Club 2, 3, 49 Class Dance Committee 23 Prom
N X Decoration Committee 33 Glee Club 4, Pep Club 4
-"' Y ' -' . . . one of the nicest kids around . . . conscientious
KA VK X . . . a sincere friend . . . future legal secretary,
SUZANNE MARIE NOURY
9 Chestnut Street
Prom Decoration Committee 3g Pep Club 4g Band 49
Service Club, Chairman of School Service Committee
43 Class Council 4 . . . transferred to Andover in her
junior year from Nazareth Academy . . . cute haircut
. . . gibberish . . . very artistic . . . college-bound.
ALICE MARGARET O'CONNOR
110 Chestnut Street
Mamie Staff 2, 3, 4g Student Council 2g Science Club
2, 3, 4, Secretary 4g Student Guide 3, 43 Prom Decora-
tion Committee 3g Creative Writing 43 Pep Club 4g
Red Cross Council 4g Service Club 4g Glee Club 4g
Girls' Sports 4g Year Book, Photography Committee
4 . . . flair for skiing . . . "You're kidding" . . .
efficient collector of homeroom dues . . . fun loving
. . . college, here she comes!
SUSAN ANNE 0'DONNELL
350 Salem Street
Creative Writing 3, 45 Mosaic Staff 4 . . . very in-
dependent . . . an individualist . . . original and
creative . . . writes poetry . . , witty . . . would like
to become a playwright or actress.
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JUDITH ELIZABETH OBER
RLT: Elm Street
lk 12 "Judy"
Band 2, 3, 45 Majorette . . . was a great help in the
Booster pamphlet drive . . . a real gymnast , . . loves
the flying rings . . . What's this about a logging
camp? . . . easy to talk to.
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JOHN DICKIAN OZOONIAN, JR.
98 Osgood Street
Football 2, 4g Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4g Spring
Track 2, 3, 4j Varsity Club 3, 43 Co-Chairman, Var-
sity Club Semi-Formal 4g Cross Country 35 Red Cross
Council 33 Class Council 3 . . . loves dancing, es-
pecially to fast music . . . "Hi, Doll" . . . those
school dances . . . full of fun . . . carefree.
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GAII. ANN PARSHLEY
64 Morton Street
Service Club 2, 4g Red Cross Council 2g Pep Club 4g
Mamie Staii 4 . . . likes to dance . . . sweet and shy
. . . loves children . . . Jimmy from North Andover
. . . plans to become a teacher.
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ANGELA NANCY PASSANISI
3 Rocky Hill Road
Band 2, 3, 45 Service Club 3 . . . pert and petite . . .
always on the telephone . . . "You'll see her at "The
Den" on Saturday nights , . . will be an asset either
as an airline stewardess or hairdresser.
BARBARA ANNE PAYNE
21 Theodore Avenue
Social Committee 2g Service Club 2, 4g Red
Council 23 Radio Club 2g Glee Club 2, 43
Sports 35 Science Club 5, 4g Pep Club 4 . . .
to Andover from Texas as a sophomore . . .
"You-A " . . . loves to travel . . . What an accent!
NORMA JEAN PEATMAN
46 Cutler Road
Band 2 4 Service Club 2 Glee Club 2 The Six
Teens 2 Class Social Committee 2 Red Cross
Council 2' Pep Club 4' Year Book Advertising Com-
mittee Chairman 4 . , . Norma jean was an exchange
student to Austria during her junior year . . . talkative
and full of fun . . . "Now listen" . . . reads books
in German . . . plans to go to a teachers' college.
MARVIN RALPH PERRY
25 Prospect Road
Football 4 . . . works in the guidance office . . .
enjoys making model airplanes, hunting . . . works
at Pitman Lumber Company . . . likes tropical fmsh
a member of the Civil Defense Rescue Squad
plans to join the Air Force.
RUTH WATSON PERRY C ,C
6 High Street, Ballarclvale 0 dc- E' C
Band 2g Service Club 4 , . . quiet and sensible , . . QQ
works at Ford's Restaurant , . . likes cooking and
playing badminton . . . friendly . . . college.
PAUL JAMES PETZOLD
139 Jenkins Road
Good-looking . . . likes skiing . . . "What are we
going to do Friday night?" . . . Alaska . . . plans to
become a meteorologist
ELLEN ANNE PUZIO
Pep Club 3, 45 Moraic Staff 4 . . . quiet, until you
get to know her . . . drives a Chevy to school almost
every day . . . enjoys tennis . . . collects records . . .
plans to be a secretary.
LORRAINE IRENE REES
3 Topping Road
Band 2, 3, 4g Service Club 2, 3, 43 Mamie Staff 2,
Class Social Committee 25 Orchestra 4g Advance
Choir 4g Pep Club 4 . . . quiet and friendly . . . likes
homemade pizza . . . "The Barn" . . . works in
Grants . . . future music teacher.
DOUGLAS GILMAN ROBERTSON
10 Argyle Street
Football 35 Wrestling 3, 43 Spring Track 3, 4, Co-
Captain 4g Winter Track 43 Service Club 43 Basket-
ball 4g Varsity Club 3, 4 . . . Virginia lost him to
Massachusetts . . . great asset to the track team . . .
"Got any matches?" . . . works at the paper store
. . , college.
BRADLEY GEORGE RICHARDS
19 Sutherland Street
Football 2, 3, 4g Class Council 2, 35 Service Club
2, 3, 43 Baseball 25 Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Ring Com-
mittee 3g Prom Decoration Committee 3 . . . very
serious but keeps his friends in stitches . . . playing
hockey . . . "Sherry" . . . likes to eat . . . college.
ROGER PHILIP ROBERGE
I5 Binney Street
Goldsmith Speaking Contest 2, 3, 4, Winner 3, 4,
Science Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Class Social
Committee 3, Prom Decoration Committee 3g Year
Book, Art Committee 4 . . . artistically inclined . . .
likes colors to be bold and striking . . . speaks elo-
quently . . . enjoys tennis and ice skating . . . headed
for Art School.
RONALD PAUL SALVAGE
49 Lucerne Drive
Science Club 2, 3g Momic Stal? 2, 4g Soccer 2, Winter
Track 35 Cross Country 4g Pep Club 45 Boys' Glee
Club 4g Varsity Club 4 . . . affable and genuine . . .
Shelly Berman fan . . . diplomatic . . . likes a variety
of sports - hunting and fishing in particular . . ,
JUDITH ANN scorr CQQXOH1
10 Dufton Road ts bod,
Radio Club 2, Service Club 2, 43 Glee Club 3, Cheer-
leader 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 43 Student Council 3, 49
Prom Decoration Committee Chairman 3g National -
Honor Society 3, 4, Class Play, Chairman 4 . . .
works for Sutton's Catering . . . loves long hair . . .
has millions of friends . . . crazy laugh . . . plans to
be a nurse.
KAREN LYNN SEARS
92 Lowell Street
Service Club 2, 3, 44 Class Social Committee 25 Pep
Club 4 . . . well dressed . . . always traveling . . .
"Oh, brother!" . . . patroness of pizza and all Italian
food . . . "The Barn".
SUSAN MARGARET SHAW
30 Foster Circle
Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Sports 2, 3, 43 Ring Com-
mittee 3g Prom Decoration Committee 35 Moraic Staff
3, 45 Service Club 45 Pep Club 4g Year Book, Literary
Committee 4 . . . reliable . . . likes to bowl, skate, and
swim . . , "I'm confused." . . . sympathetic . . . after
JAMES WILLIAM SHEARD
3 Elm Court
Mamie Stal? 3, 45 Prom Photography Committee 3g I '
Year Book, Business Committee 4 . . . always at the 7 'A -' m"iqf- nh
library . . . well-dressed . , . friendly to all . . . xj
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SUSAN GIFFORD SLADE
50 Bancroft Road
Band 25 Glee Club 2, 35 Girls' Sports 25 Press Club
2, 33 Mosaic Staff 2, Make-up Editor 3, 45 Barnard
Essay Contest 35 Prom Decoration Committee 3: Or-
chestra 3, 43 Class Council 25 Prom Usherette 35
National Honor Society 3, President 4g String Quartet
45 Year Book, Layout Co-Editor 4 . . . one of the
rare persons who succeeds in everything she attempts
. . . Zen parties . . . sharp wit . . . "I am not a
phony, you grub!" . . . college.
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JOAN ELLEN SIMEONE
13 Stratford Road
Glee Club 2 3 4' Band 2 3 4' Orchestra 2 3 4'
"Six-Teens" 2, 4, Exchange Assemblies 2, 35 Red
Cross Council 2, Prom Music Committee Chairman
35 Queen's Court 35 Student Guide 3, 4, North East
District Band 3, 45 Dance Band 45 Executive Com-
mittee Stunt Night 4 . . . loves music - listening
and playing . . . jazz Concerts . . . often at "The
Den" . . . full of laughs . . . hopes to teach music.
BARRY MARTIN SKIBA
61 North Street
"Barry" "Skarry Biba"
Baseball Manager 25 Goldsmith Speaking Contest
Winner 2, Soccer 25 Varsity Club 2, 4, Basketball
Timer 33 Moraic Staff 4 . . . carefree . . . enjoys work-
ing as a cashier at Elm Farm . . . "Oh, frump!" . . .
plays the accordion . . . plans to teach biology after
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DONALD HENRY SORRIE
105 Pine Street
Soccer 2g Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4g Bas-
ketball , 3, 4, Co-Captain 45 Baseball 2g Varsity Club
2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 43 Spring Track
3, 4, Co-Captain, Mamie Staff 4g Year Book, Sports
Committee 4 . , . quiet - except when otherwise
. . . shines in basketball and track . . . smart, too . . .
familiar lifeguard at Pomps . . . thoughtful and con-
siderate . . . college-bound.
GEORGE BERNARD STERN
3 Kensington Street
Red Cross Council 35 Press Club 3g Student Guide
4g Football 45 Spring Track 4, Student Council
President 45 Varsity Club 4g Prom Refreshment Com-
mittee 3 . . . always trying to reform A.H.S. . . .
woman hater? . . . "If at first I don't succeed, I try
and try again." . . . likes cats and skiing . . . college.
CHARLES WAYLAND SMYTH
117 Lowell Street
Soccer 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Cross Country 43
National Honor Society 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4g
Student Guide 4 . . . sharp wit and good sense of
humor . . . Hi-Fi fan . . . math whiz . . . jet black
hair . . . an asset to the basketball team . . . college.
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Service Club 43 Pep Club 4 . . . quiet - until the
t V ' e It - two o'clock bell rings . . . likes dancing and collecting
- V records . . . practical . . , will make a great secretary.
JAMES PETER STEWART
2 Virginia Road
Science Club 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2g Golf 25 Student Guide
3, 45 Honor Society 3, 43 Harvard Book Award 35
National Math Contest Winner 33 Mamie Staff, Busi-A
ness Manager 4 . . . works hard at the A8zP . . . 'X
never at a loss for a witty comment . . , "Do I get 1
extra credit?" . . . "Don't be a spaz!" . . . college.
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JON DELL SWENSON
24 Prospect Road Z'
A newcomer who has added much to our class . . . f
loves to sing and, what's more, is very good at it
. . . writes songs . . . often bowling on the week-
ends . . . college.
jEFFREY SINCLAIR STEWART
109 Central Street
Basketball Manager 3, 45 Soccer 33 Prom Executive
Committee 35 Baseball 4 . . . Tennessee . . . No mat-
ter where you go, you usually see Jeff . . . full of
fun . . . likes to ear and sleep . . . college.
ELEANOR MARIE SWENSON
75 Stevens Street
Class Social Committee 2g Pep Club 4g Service Club
4 . . . enjoys listening to records and dancing . . .
likes riding in a certain pink convertible with the
name "Stan" on the Continental Kit . . . reserved
. . . future secretary.
JOHN PATRICK TOOMEY
36 Brown Street
Soccer 2, 33 Science Club 2, 3, 4, Football 4 . . . jolly
and jovial . . . like a teddy bear . . . his hobbies
include skin-diving, hockey, and aviation . . . fre-
quent and genial host of "The Boys" . . . college.
ROBERT HENRY TWIGG
4 Summer Street
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Service Club 2g Class Social Com-
mittee 3g Prom Executive Committee 35 Soccer 3,
Chairman of Stunt Nightg Year Book, Photography
Committee 4 . . . enjoys skiing . . . North Andover
. . . likes to dance . . . never home on weekends . . .
works in the Co-op . . . college bound.
ELIZABETH MARY TAMMANY
23 Brechin Terrace
Majorette 2, 3, 4, Head Majorette 4, Press Club 2
33 Library Assistant 3, 4g Girls' Sports 3g Prom In
vitation and Ticket Committee 3, Pep Club 4 . .
Peppy baton twirler . . . neat . . . likes parades . .
loves Irish Boiled Dinner . . . future teacher.
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JOHN ELMER VAN NEST, JR.
32 Lucerne Drive
Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 45 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Base-
ball 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, 3g Student Council
2, 3, 4, Vice President 45 Service Club 2g Prom Plan-
ning Board 33 Prom Decoration Committee 35 Prom
Usher 33 Student Guide 3, 43 National Honor So-
ciety 3, 4, Vice President 4g Moraic Staff, Sports
Editor 43 Year Book, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4 . . . Jack
defies the old saying since he certainly is a "master of
all trades" . . . always busy - when does he ever End
time to do his homework? . . . three letter man . . .
an all-around athlete . . . is his car ever empty? . . .
"Careful, now!" . . . a great kid and good leader . . .
plans to go to Bowdoin.
64 Bellevue Road
Band Majorette 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3, 43 Pep
Club 4 . . . always a mischievous gleam in her eyes
. . . "Who me?" . . . "So, how do you like America?"
. . . full of fun . . . plans to become a secretary.
53 Marilyn Drive
Class Council 2, 3, Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club
3, 45 Class Social Committee 35 Year Book, Literary
Committee 4 . . . very pretty, with red hair and
blue eyes . . . sincere . . . likes North Andover Ci.e.
jimmyj . . . will make a fabulous nurse.
WILLIAM ALEXANDER WATSON
36 Bancroft Road
Soccer 2 . . . likes hunting and flying . . . often at
McGoverns' . . . cars , . . plans to attend a technical
JUDITH LILLIAN WEST
152 Haggetts Pond Road
Prom Invitation and Ticket Committee 35 Prom Dec-
oration Committee 3g Pep Club 45 Service Club 4g
Year Book, Art Committee '4 . . . an extremely
talented artist who colored her own class pictures
. . . sews and designs her clothes beautifully . . .
loves bracelts . . . Johnny Mathis . . . plans to attend
a school of fashion design.
LINDA AGNES WESTFALL
41 Summer Street
Service Club 43 Pep Club 4 . , . the other twin . . .
pretty smile . . . likes Frank Sinatra and Lester
Lanin . . . "I'm so nervous!" . . . both twins plan
to train at St. Mary's Hospital in Bayside, New York
for careers as nurses.
GEORGE IRVING WHITCOMB
70 Memorial Circle
Football 2, 3, 45 Gym Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 45
Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 33 Varsity Club
2, 3, 4g Prom Usher 35 Year Book, Sports Committee
4 . . . gym team enthusiast . . . what a build! . . .
really handsome, too . . . likes hunting, horse-back-
riding and waterskiing . . . stereo, man! . . . plans
to join the Army following graduation.
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LEILA JEAN WESTFALL
41 Summer Street
Service Club 45 Pep Club 4 . . . a twin . . . ardent
supporter of school games . . . what a driver! . . .
"Oh, no!" . . . quiet, but friendly.
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WALTER EATON WINN, III
45 Highland Road
Prom Invitation and Ticker Committee 3 . . . red
whiffle . . . likes to skate . . . proud owner of a jeep
. . . model railroads . . . plans to attend Wentworth.
BEVERLY ANN WINTERS
47 Enmore Street
Service Club 2, 3, 43 Student Council 23 Class Council
2, 43 Girls' Sports 2g Mamie Staff 3, 43 Library
Assistant 3g Pep Club 4 . . . personality . . . "You
wicked nut!" . . . eats just about anything that won't
eat her first . . . counts days 'til Al comes home . . .
plans to become a teacher.
KENNETH ALDBURY YOUNG
105 Salem Street
Soccer 23 Service Club 2, 33 Prom Invitation and
Ticket Committee 33 Moraic Staff 4 . . . a man of
few words . . . enjoys camping and hiking . . . active
in De Molay . . . a good student . . . college.
RICHARD ALLEN WORKMAN
21 Beech Circle
Football 2, 43 Winter Track 23 Spring Track 2, 43
Student Council 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Class
Vice President 23 Service Club 23 Science Club 39
Ring Committee 33 Prom Decoration Committee 3
. . . school DJ .... works at Howard Johnson's . . .
comedian . . . owns a "great" car Cjungle cruiserb
. .b ..headed for Bates College in preparation for the
EMILY DIANNE YORSHIS
158 Main Street
Red Cross Council 2, 3, 43.Service Club 2, 3, 43
Mamie Stal? 2, 3, 43 Girls' Sports 2, 3g Science Club
33 National Honor Society 3, 43 Year Book, Literary
Committee Co-Chairman 4 . . . always laughing or
keeping her friends laughing . . . "I thought aha!"
. . . class worrier? . , . seldom without Latin IV
book . . . college bound.
LOUIS JAMES BRAVACOS, JR.
59 Lowell Street
LEONARD FRANCIS ZECCHINI
93 Summer Street
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3 . . . quiet and studious
. . . interested in photography and woodworking
. . . stamp and coin collector . . . tallest member of
the class . . . collee.
Football 23 Gym Team 2g Service Club 25 Red Cross Council 3g Prom Usher 3g Prom Queen's
Committee 53 Glee Club 45 Baseball 4 . , , enjoys hockey, swimming and Waterskiing . . .
everything is "terrific", "great" or "fabulous" . . . drives a Thunderbird . . . serious expression
. . . collegiate dresser.
CLASS HI TORY
The sophomore year was a startling change for
the Class of 1960. We were the first class that did not
attend Punchard High School, and we entered An-
dover High School doubly confused - first as soph-
omores, and second as new students in a strange
school. Perhaps we were fortunate, for, since our
upperclassmen were just as bewildered as we were,
there was less of the traditional sophomore teasing.
Led by our class officers jack Van Nest, president,
Dick Workman, vice president, Judy Karlis, secre-
tary, Lynn Johnson, treasurer, Meredy Manning, so-
cial committee chairman, we proved to AHS that we
were both a versatile and hardworking class. During
the sophomore year, we sponsored a class dance
which was the biggest in the history of the school.
The dance greatly increased the treasury, because of
the new policy: each sophomore had to pay admis-
sion, whether or not he attended the dance. To raise
more money for future activities, we also held a
bakery sale. The Class of l960 spent a busy soph-
omore year, gaining recognition in scholastic and
athletic fields and participating in various extracur-
Upperclassmen, at last, we began junior class ac-
tivities by selecting our class rings, with janet Lord
as committee chairman. The class voted for gold
rings with round blue stones, and although they were
late in arriving, they were well worth the long wait.
Under the direction of our junior class officers jack
Van Nest, president, Lynn johnson, vice president,
Debbie Newcomb, secretary, Sherry Cutler, treasurer,
Marilyn DeMoor, social committee chairman, we
launched several successful activities including two
dances, a bakery sale, and the sale of hand made
Our biggest undertaking was the junior Prom.
janet Lord and Lynn johnson were prom co-chairmen,
and because of their efforts and those of the prom
planning board and the many hardworking commit-
tees, Rhapsody in Blue will be an unforgettable mem-
ory for the Class of 1960. Highlights of the evening
were the almost successful dry ice fountain, the elec-
tion of janet Lord, queen of the prom, and the after
prom entertainment at the Hillview Country Club.
Certainly, the wonderful time that everyone had at
the prom fully rewarded the assiduous committees.
In our junior year, the National Honor Society
inducted a larger number of junior members than
ever before. We had many classmates who achieved
success in various fields: Al Carlson became the
Greater Lawrence Wrestling Champion, Doug Rob-
ertson was the winner of the Safe Driving Rodeo,
Fred Allen became Mr. Touchdown, Norma jean
Peatman spent the year in Austria as an exchange
student, Roger Roberge won first prize in the Gold-
smith Speaking Contest, Sheila Lawlor took second
place in the Barnard Essay Contest, several art stu-
dents won Gold Keys in the Boston Globe Art Con-
test. There were many other outstanding students,
and as a class, we lived up to our reputation as capable
and industrious students.
Many activities occupied our senior year, along
with the rush of college and job applications. Our
class ofhcers were Lynn johnson, president, Paul
Durant, vice president, Debbie Newcomb, secretary,
Mary Costello, treasurer, Annalee johnson, social
committee chairman. A class council composed of
class officers and a representative from each home-
room carried on class business and eliminated the
holding of frequent class meetings.
The biggest senior project was the yearbook. Mary
Costello and Jack Van Nest were elected co-editors-
in-chief, and then the work began. There were many
new ideas for the 1960 Andanno, and the yearbook
committee put in long hours to make our yearbook a
lasting memory of our class at AHS.
Since we were an ambitious class, we decided,
after much discussion, not only to stage a senior pro-
duction, an annual event for the past few years, but
also to resume the former AHS tradition of present-
ing a senior play. This was such a successful arrange-
ment, that, undoubtedly, it will become a new AHS
tradition. With Judy Scott as play chairman, the
senior class produced "I Remember Mama." The play
was a wonderful experience for those in the cast and
those working behind the scenes, it was also a great
boost to our poor senior treasury.
The senior production, with Bob Twigg as chair-
man, was also a success. The theme was a college
weekend, the night before and the night after the big
football game of the season. One of the attractions
of this theme was that the entire cast was on stage
during the production, which made it as enjoyable
for the cast as it was for the audience.
The senior year, full of activity, flew by quickly.
Senior chapel, the class picnic, class night, and, finally,
our solemn graduation itself marked the end of the
three years the Class of 1960 spent at AHS.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Lynn Johnson, Preaident
Paul Durant, Vice President
Deborah Newcomb, Secretary
Mary Costello, Treasurer
Annalee Johnson, Social committee chairman
SENIOR CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
Friends, classmates, and whoever this document may concern: you have
been summoned here as beneficiaries under the last will and testament of the
Class of 1960 of Andover High School, Andover, Massachusetts.
Be it remembered that we, the Class of 1960, 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.
. . . We leave all our debts to the sophomore class.
Jack Van Nest bequeaths his calm temperament to Mr. Hixon.
Beverly Bergeron leaves all those awakening trips every morning on the school
bus to June McCarthy.
Annalee Johnson leaves Boston Hill to Reggie Cardella.
Peter Baker leaves his interest in guns to Eddie Skinner.
Jo Anne Essiambre leaves her pair of stilts to Jonathan Langdell.
Jack Clarke will receive all the homework papers of Jill Clarke.
David Babine herewithin bequeaths the back seat of his Ford to Elaine Emmons.
Attention Wendy Sandberg: you are now the owner of Linda Low's gym sneakers.
Susan Slade generously leaves the Make-Up and Lay-Out Committees to Peter
Peggy Mauck consented to leave her sunshine Qin a bottlej to Leslie Donnell.
Bob Karlis will receive a bass voice, courtesy of Susan Goldman.
Dick Mahoney bequeaths his dirty bucks to someone with a large bottle of Les-
toil and a lot of patience.
Lorna Martuzzi will leave her cello to Sylvia Bernard.
Raymond Francis Kryzynski bequeaths his name to Wayne Smith.
Mary Costello leaves her contact lenses to Charlene Benedetti.
Roger Roberge leaves his lunch in the art room.
Emily Yorshis will leave het green eyes to anyone who wants to be a cool cat.
To Kathy St. Germain goes the gym ability of Karen Sears.
Sheila Lawlor wills her many and varied pocketbooks to Kathy O'Shea.
Pat Coffman leaves a bottle of Pepsi to any gloomy soul who needs more bounce
to the ounce.
Mike Frishman leaves his boots for someone else to shake in Latin.
Walter Winn generously bestows his skates upon Duffy Morgan.
Marjorie Mazel leaves driving after 14 months to John Hajjar.
Brenda Landry leaves George in order to be with Dickie.
To Don DiGiovani, Bill Watson bequeaths his lemon-et-car that is.
Charlotte Hajj and Jimmy Lancaster leave their dark corners to Sharon Lyons
and Jeff Willig.
Attention Martha White: just in case you run out, you will now own a big Wad
of bubble gum, compliments of Alice O'Connor.
Joan Deivert leaves her engagement ring to add to Sally Wallace's collection.
Barry Skiba leaves his elevator shoes to Mrs. Hatch.
To anybody who wants to get into college, Marvin Perry wills the Guidance
Meredy Manning leaves all her shoes except her sneakers to anybody with
Leonard Zecchini graciously consented to leave his red hat to Bob Northrup.
Lois Lyman prevailed upon her brother John to leave his blue Jag to Mr. Kell-
Herb Kempton bestows his binary digital computer upon anyone who knows
what it is.
Donna Anderson leaves all the phone calls she gets by mistake to Donnie Ander-
Let it be known that John Toomey leaves his space in the parking lot to Mr.
Eldridge when he gets his license.
Carolyn Grant bequeaths all her spicy history reports to Ann Morasse.
Carol Gesing leaves all the money from the Bay State Merchants National Bank
to the needy class of '62,
Ellen Kfoury bequeaths all 38 of her cousins to John Hajjar COne of themb .
Connie Westbrook leaves her enthusiasm in the Pep Club CNorth Andoverj to
John McIntyre will now return all his Wyatt Earp vests to Wyatt Earp.
To George Miller goes a full package of Lucky Strikes from Elaine Morin.
Susan Shaw leaves her naive nature to Martha Zink.
"Cheezie" Menzie leaves North Andover High Victory Parties to the Andover
High football team.
Robert Garrison wills his inquisitive mind to Dick Bourdelais.
Maureen Bailey may now have Charlotte Johnson's scissors.
A bottle of Miss Clairol goes to Fran Jordan, compliments of Judy Maxwell.
Jon Swenson herein bequeaths his great singing voice to Dave Currier and Al
Dick Chetson leaves his owl glasses to anyone with eyes.
Ronnie Salvage has left membership blanks for his fan club to all underclassmen.
Debbie Newcomb leaves her blue sweater to any woman like Satan.
Ray Banks states that Mr. Hinckley may have his tie collection.
Priscilla Arnold leaves her place as Head Color Guard to Henry Peront.
Charlotte Bentley herein wills all the papers in her locker to Mr. Russell.
Karen Hutchinson's pixie haircut goes to Harlene Dennison.
Paul Durant, saying "See me later," leaves his wolf instinct.
John Ozoonian leaves his camels to Larry Bretts in hopes that they will multiply.
To Alan Savenelli goes Diane Moskal's motto of "Love 'em and leave 'em."
If there are any safecrackets in the junior class, they may have Kenny Young's
Alice Lynch bequeaths her scrub brush to Mr. Symonds.
Lorraine Rees wills her long nngernails to Judy Wright.
Sherry Cutler bequeaths her deep voice to Donna Bennett.
Frank Monette will leave his car to Rock McGrath and Bill McCarthy to fight
To anyone who can drive a nail straight, Edward Fortuna wills the shop.
Potsi Leveroni leaves his sister to live and learn.
Donna Allen wills her Civil Air Patrol uniform to John Goddard.
Al Carlson has graciously consented to leave Coach Collins his smoking place
in the woods.
Bill Dufton leaves Macartney's with the windows clean.
Jeff Stewart reluctantly leaves the barn.
Ann Henrick leaves Mr. Kellmurray to any ungrammatical junior.
To Gordon Stewart go the gentle ways of Danny Grecoe.
Bill Gallant wills his hair to Al Comeau.
Generously, Judy Scott bestows her screeching laugh upon Marion Morgan.
Walter Bleszinski leaves all his wisecracks to Mr. Zorn who left with them.
George Stern leaves the cheerleaders alone, at last.
Don Sorrie wills his temper to Peggy Williamson.
Bob Twigg states that Steve Whitney may have his skiing ability.
Holly Polihan, oops! Polly Holihan leaves Mr. Hopkins still confused.
Elinor Finnerty leaves her wealth of information to the office files.
To Leslie Scott, go the wild ways of Chuckie Smyth.
Barbara Berger wills her name to Adventure Car Hop with the hope that they
will invent a sandwich called "The Barbara Berger."
To Bob Sandarg goes Anne Payne's southern accent.
It's not that Susan Mulvey doesn't have anything to leave. It's just that she'd
rather leave it unsaid.
Paul Petzold bequeaths his comb upon Gordon "Kookie" Courts.
George Dumont leaves his job in Johnny's Super Market to Rocky McGrath.
Wally Curran leaves his measurements to Teddy Burtt.
Linda Johanson bestows her numerous extra curricular activities upon Jimmy
Susan Carroll will receive all Mary Lou Dargoonian's gym excuses.
Judy Ober leaves the Hying rings to Joan LeGendre.
Linda Black leaves her space in the parking lot to Joe Calcina.
Pete Stewart generously wills his French book to the guy who sits in the back
seat with the seven little girls.
To Kay Berthold go Ann Churchill's marks in physics.
Suzanne Noury leaves her class musical to the Junior Sextet.
Bev Winters bequeaths her pony tail to Kathy St. Germain.
Linda Mitchell leaves her laugh and wiggle oops - giggle to Ellie Thompson.
Connie Stewart states that Ginny Jensen may have her smile.
George Whitcomb leaves his place in front of the lunch line to his father.
Audrey Dawes wills the A 8: P to Stop 8: Shop.
To Fred Myers goes Jimmy Leete's position as basketball bench warmer.
Jean Groleau leaves the 421 hours, 787 minutes, and 58 seconds she spent typing
the yearbook to Dottie Miller.
Lynn Johnson wills his face of granite to the Old Man of the Mountain.
Marilyn DeMoor bestows upon Mr. Wormwood all her notices framed in gold.
Dick Workman leaves, taking all his Payola.
Brad Richards is leaving Andover High for the last time.
We hereunto set our hands, and in the presence of these witnesses, declare
this to be our Last Will and Testament, on this, the seventeenth day of June
in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and sixty.
S UPERLA T I VES
MOST OFTEN TARDY
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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Suzanne Wennik, Social Committee Chairman, Gary Dockray, Presirlentg Gail Grange
Secretaryg Albert Comeau, Vice Presidentg Elaine Emmons, Treasurer.
Gary Dockray, president of the junior class, called the first
class meeting to order on October 17, 1959. Virginia Bergeron
was elected chairman of the newly appointed ring committee.
During the first half of our junior year, we sponsored a school
dance and a talent assembly in which many participated. In Febru-
ary, the class elected co-chairmen for the junior Prom to be held
june 3, 1960. John Clarke and Virginia Jensen were elected
co-chairmen of the Prom. At present, the members of the junior
class are working very hard for the success of this event.
We, the class of 1961, hope to have a successful year at
Andover High School as seniors.
Gail Grange, Secretary
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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Left to right: Joanne Murry, Social Committee Chairmang Louise Johnston, Secretaryg Peter Beaven,
Treasurerg Malcolm Sandberg, Vice Presidentg Mary Ann Pasquale, President.
This year has been very successful for the sophomore class.
We have held three class meetings, sponsored three money mak-
ing projects, including a bakery sale and two school dances. We
also put on a talent assembly. Results of these projects were very
encouraging, and repaid us for our hard work.
It has been quite a change for us coming from the Junior
High to the high school, but we have adjusted well and taken
great interest in all school activities. Our junior year lies ahead,
and all of us are looking forward to it.
Louise Johnston, Secretary
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Left to right: Roger Roberge, Barbara Buchan,
Michael Frishman, Patricia Webb, Marshall
Darling, Susan Mulvey.
Harvard Book Prize
Richard Daniels and
Boys' State Representatives
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Barbara Buchan and Robert Roberge
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The Student Council is a group of school leaders elected
by the students to represent them in a student government.
These pupils work side by side with the faculty to plan many
school events and to give Andover High School an organized
Top row, left to right: Lynn Johnson, William Dalton,
Thomas Clark, Richard Workman, Steven Goodman. Second
row: Suzanne Wennick, Douglas Howe, Gary Dockray, Peter
Beaven, Paul Durant, Malcolm Sandburg, Gail Grange,
Martha White. Front row: Jane Simeone, Virginia Snyder,
Mary Anne Pasquale, Virginia Jensen, Maureen Calahan,
Polly Holihan, Louise Johnston, Janice Bowman.
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Left to right: Sandra Henderson, Eastern Mass. Representativeg Deborah New-
comb, Corresponding Secretary, John Van Nest, Vice President, George Stern,
President, Sheila Lawlor, Treasurer, Judith Scott, Recording Secretary.
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Members of the Creative Writing Club have the opportunity of reading their original material
before the entire group and profiting by the opinion of others. In this manner, they become more
proficient in the important skill of creative writing.
Seated, left to right: Alice O'Connor, Jo-Anne Essiambre, Susan O'Donnell, Carol Essoian, Susan
Mulvey. Standing: Barbara Buchan, Marjorie Mazel, Linda Johanson, Carolyn Grant, Mary Costello,
Kay Berthold, Barbara Berger.
The Student Guides aid the faculty in acquainting visitors with Andover High School and
orienting incoming sophomores, and new students.
Clockwise from center: Linda Black, Alice O'Connor, Karen Hutchinson, Janet Lord, Jane Fitz-
gerald, Deborah Newcomb, Linda Johanson, Marjorie Mazel, Polly Holihan, Patricia Coffman,
Susan Slade, Sheila Lawlor, Annalee Johnson, Brenda Landry, Joan Ellen Simeone, Mary Costello,
Judith Scott, Susan Mulvey, Sandra Henderson. Second row: James Peter Stewart, George Stern,
William Gallant, Lynn Johnson, Donald Sorrie, Richard Workman, Charles Smyth, John Van
Nest, Paul Durant, Ronald Salvage. Standing: Herbert Kempton, James Leete. 79
The Press Club is designed to keep the town of Andover informed of
Andover High School news through the Andover Townxrnan. Articles
are also sent to the Lawrence Evening Tribune to give pertinent news
Left to right: Susan Mulvey, Alice O'Connor, Sheila Lawlor, Frances
Jordan, Marion Morgan, George Stern, Patricia Coffman.
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The Pep Club was organized this year to promote
school spirit among the student body.
President, Janet Lord, Vice President, Paul Durant,
Secretary, janet Booth, Treasurer, Janice Bowman.
JUNIOR RED CROSS COUNCIL
The Junior Red Cross Council undertakes many projects to promote better relations with
other communities and to give help to those less fortunate than ourselv
es. It is also of great service
in aiding the Senior Red Cross in many of its worthwhile programs.
First row, left to right: Gail Grange, Cynthia Turton. Second row: Veryl Dufton, Faith Galber.
Third row: Susan Mulvey, Judith Dimlich. Fourth row: Lindsay Kinnear, Alice O'Connor, Carolyn
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1 s n, ar ene ennison, Edith Robins, Judith Parshley, Elinor Fmnerty, John Barry. Fifth
row: John McIntyre, Susan Kenney, Emily Yorshis, Sheryl Hartford, Andrew Blake, Robert Wescott.
Sixth row: Linda Johanson, Brenda Landry. Seventh row: Nancy Driscoll, Phyllis Baily.
JUNIOR RED CROSS OFFICERS
Top to bottom: Karen Hutchinson, Co-chairman, Mal-
colm Sandberg, Treasurer, Wendy Sandburg, Secre-
tary, Jonathan Langdell, Co-chairman.
The Chess Club is a newly formed group to promote interest in Chess. Here, both experienced
players and beginners have a chance to better their game.
Front row, left to right: Henry Peronr, William Gallant, Paul Durant, Michael Azanan, Frank
Higgins, David Fleischli, Giles Larabee, Steven Goodman, Peter Stewart, Marshall Darling Robert
Wescott. Back row: John Durgerian, Raymond Bisbee, James O'Reilly, John McGilvray,,Charles
Smith, Curtis Baird, Mr. Wormwood, advisor.
The Service Club is a large organization intent on
helping both its school and its community. The services ff
performed by this club are a significant part of Andoveryfll i
Service Club Officers, left to right: Sheryl Hartford, gen- ,bl
eral chairmang Suzanne Noury, Brenda Landry, Janet
Booth, Cynthia Turton, Meredythe Manning, Donna 1
The Science Club creates interest in science and helps students realize
a possible career in scientific fields. It also aids many students with their
Top row, left to right: David Fleischli, Richard Daniels, Marshall Darling,
Richard Morgan, Gorden Stewart, Charles Smyth, Peter Beaven, Peter
Lichtenberger, james Stewart. Second row: Alan Dulong, Robert Miller,
Kevin McGuirl-r, David Churchill, Michael Frishman, David Hawkins,
Jim Doyle. Third row: Judy Hansen, Sheila Lawlor, Robert Garrison,
Herbert Kempton, Alice O'Connor, Susan Mulvey, Linda Johanson. Front
row: Kay Berthold, Janet Workman, Ann Churchill, Elinor Finnerty.
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Allen, Audrey Dawes. Second row: Carol Essoian, Marie Menzie, Wendy Ayer, Dorothy Kryzinski, s
Elizabeth Tammany, jo-Anne Essiambte. Front row: Diane Moskal, Phyllis Bally, Sandra Barker, fgq lf W
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Th V i Club honors students who have earned .a letter in any one
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or a combination of the varsity sports. The spirit of this club exemplifies
sportsmanship and athletic ability.
Top row, left to right: Gordon Coutts, Barry Skiba, David Murphy,
William Minzner, john Popielarski, Richard Bourdelais, Charles Smyth,
ld S l Richard Meyers Second row' jonathan Langdell, Polly
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Holihan, Brenda Landry, Sandra Henderson, John McCormack, Boyd
Reynolds, Albert Carlson, Douglas Robertson, Raymond Kryzynski,
George Whitcomb. Third row: 'Bradley Richards, Judith Maxwell,
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dith Scott Carol Gesing John Hajjar John Clarke, Nancy Pearson,
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Silvia Bernard, Carol Perry. Fourth row: Jeffrey Willig, Thomas Low,
Vincent Belpedio, john Ozoonian, Richard Workman, Richard Asoian,
William Dalton, Richard Alden, Joseph Hastings, Donald Sorrie. Fifth
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row' Michael Frrshman, Donna Anderson, Jane Fttzgerald, Mari yn e-
Moor, Lynn johnson, Nancy Whitworth, Louise Johnston, Marie Menzie,
Frank Monette. Sixth row: Raymond Bisbee, Gordon Stewart, Scott
Murray, Suzanne Wennick, Gary Dockray, joan Le Gendre, George Stern,
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Herbert Kempton, David Rauh. Front row. jo n
Gallant, Frederick Allen, Sharon Cutler, Paul Durant, Walter Bleszinski.
QUEEN AND COURT
Marilyn DeMoor was elected queen
at the annual winter sports dance
sponsored by the Varsity Club this
year in December. Her court in-
cluded, left to right: Judith Scott,
Marie Menzie, Janet Lord, Sharon
Cutler, Brenda Landry, and Joan
The Dean's Tea, given annually by out Dean of
Girls, Miss Phelan, enables senior girls interested in
schools of higher learning to inquire about various
colleges, universities, and business schools. Alumnae
of Andover High School talk to these girls on an in-
formal basis about their life in college. The Dean's Tea
also provides an opportunity for conversation between
the teachers and their former students.
PROM PLANNING BOARD
From left to right: Robert Twigg, Judith Scott, Deborah
Newcomb, jeffrey Stewart, Donald Sorrie, Annalee john-
son, John Van Nest, Herbert Kempton, Marilyn De-
Moor, Lynn johnson, jane Fitzgerald, Elinor Finnerty,
Diane Moskal, Sharon Cutler.
CLASS RING COMMITTEE
First row, left to right: Sharon Cutler, Janet Lord, chairman, Marie
Menzie. Second row: Linda Black, Susan Shaw, Deborah Newcomb,
Marilyn DeMoor. Third row: Lynn johnson john Van Nest, Paul Durant.
Fourth row: Bradley Richards, Daniel Gredoe, Walter Curran, Frederick
First row, left to right: joan Ellen
Simeone, Janet Lord, Linda Howe.
Second row: Judith Scott, Lynn
johnson, Jane Fitzgerald, Eliza-
beth McBride, Jean Groleau.
Third row: Ellen Kfoury, Mere-
dythe Manning, Carolyn Grant.
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Front row, left to right: Judith Scott, Carol Essoian, Marjorie Mazel,
Polly Holihan, Linda Johanson, Deborah Newcomb, Brenda Landry,
Susan Slade, John Van Nest, Sheila Lawlor, Marsha Wooding, Eliza-
beth McBride, Emily Yorshis. Second row: Janet Auchterlonie,
Elizabeth Ratynski, Elizabeth Tammany, Suzanne Noury, Judith
Doucette, Marilyn DeMoor, Donna Anderson, Dorothy Miller, Jane
Fitzgerald, Alice O'Connor, Ellen Kfoury, Susan Goldman, Lois Ly-
man. Third row: Karen Hutchinson, Marion Morgan, Virginia Jen-
sen, Regina Cardella, Margaret Williamson, Kathleen Cronin, Kay
Berthold, Susan Kenney, Susan Shaw, Lorraine Rees, Ann Churchill.
Fourth row: Susan Mulvey, Pamela Lake, Ronald Salvage, James
Stewart, Gordon Stewart, Donald Sorrie, Lynn Johnson, Charles
Smyth, Herbert Kempton, Michael Frishman, Alice Lynch, Ann
Henrick, Mary Costello.
Front row, left to right: Pamela Lake, Kay Berthold, Elizabeth Ratynski,
Marion Morgan. Second row: Margaret Williamson, Virginia Jensen, Gor-
don Stewart, Susan Kenney. Third row: Dorothy Miller, Regina Cardella,
Janet Auchterlonie, Kathleen Cronin.
TWO YEAR MEMBERS
Front row, left to right: Linda Johanson, Brenda Landry, Treasurer, Susan
Slade, President, John Van Nest, Vice President, Sheila Lawlor, Secretary,
Elizabeth McBride. Second row: Carol Essoian, Deborah Newcomb, Judith
Scott, Polly Molihan, Emily Yorshis, Marjorie Mazel, Jean Groleau. Third
row: Charles Smyth, Robert Garrison, Donald Sorrie, Lynn Johnson,
James Stewart, Richard Daniels, Herbert Kempton,
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MERVIN E. STEVENS
We, were not privileged to know Mr. Stevens so well as had preceding classes at
Punchard High School. We realized, through the brief acquaintance we had with him at
Andover High School, that he merited the great esteem in which he was held as a
dedicated teacher and a tireless worker. Especially outstanding in his service to our
school were his contributions to dramatics - which comprised complete management
of plays from staging and painting sets, to arranging royalties and coaching the produc-
Mr. Stevens had high idealsg and these he brought into the classroom, where he
expected and received a high standard of achievement from his students. His character
was indeed exemplaryg and he left our school an unparalleled record of devoted service
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
DEDICATED TO MR. STEVENS
The Class of 1960 presented "I Remember Mama" on April first and
second. The play, which was the first given in the new high school, was
dedicated to the memory of our beloved Mr. Mervin Stevens who passed
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away last summer. The play was directed by Mr. eter
' l ded Uncle Cris - Michael Frishmang Mama - Sheila
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Lawlor, Papa Ric ar
- John Van Nestg Bell Hop - George Sterng Mr. Thorl-:leson - Charles
Glazermang Soda Clerk - George Stcrng Dr. Johnson - George Sterng
Nurse - Alice O'Connorg Another nurse - Polly Holihang 8 year old
boy - Duffy Morgang Christine -- Susan Mulveyg Jenny - Linda Johan-
song F. D. Moorhead - Jane Gilmang Jessie - Deborah Newcombg
Dagmar - Donna Andersong Scrubwoman - Alice Lynchg Tina - Sheryl
Hartfordg Sigrid - Annalee Johnsong Madeline - Karen Hutchinsong
Katrin - Jane Fitzgeraldg Dorothy - Suzanne Noury.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Annalee Johnson, Beverly Winters. Absent when picture was taken were
Lois Lyman and Roger Roberge.
S d: Judith Scott, chairman. Standing, left to right: Karen H
The Annual Senior Production, directed by Mrs. Madeleine
Simeone, was held on May 20 and 21. The theme was a typical
college weekend held in the fall of the year, and the setting was a
fraternity house of Andanno College.
Th two scenes: Friday night, the evening before the
big football game of the yearg and Saturday night, the victory party
at the fraternity house.
SENIOR PRODUCTION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
S t d left to right: Carol Gesingg Robert Twigg, Chairmang Donna
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Anderson. Standing: joan Ellen Simeone, Jill Clark.
The MOSAIC serves an important purpose at Andover High School. For
those who have creative ability, it is an outlet for original literary works, the best
of which the MOSAIC publishes on its feature pages. Our athletic teams receive
their share of glory through illustrated articles describing various sports events.
School news, exchange articles, cartoons, features, and pictures are included. Be-
cause of the diligence of the editors and advisor Mr. Wormwood, our paper has
become an important part of our school life. To some students, it gives credit
for participation in AHS alfairsg and, to all students, the MOSAIC offers enjoy-
Seated, left to right: Sheryl Hartford, Linda Johanson, Ellen
Kfoury, Brenda Landry, Emily Yorshis.
Left to right: Mary Lou Dargoonian,
Alice Vartabedian. Missing were: Carol
Caliri, Elizabeth Nicholas, Priscilla Ar-
nold, Beverly Bergeron, Judith Doucette.
Left to right: james Stewart, Business Manager, Susan Slade,
Make-Up Editor, Deborah Newcomb, Feature Editor, john
Van Nest, Sports Editor, Ellen Kfoury, Exchange Editor,
Marjorie Mazel, Editor-in-Chief. Missing were: Margaret
Williamson, News Editor, Leslie Scott, Photography Editor,
Mr. Wormwood, Advisor.
First row, left to right: Marjorie Mazel, Susan Slade, Patricia Coff-
man. Second row: Susan Mulvey, Emily Yorshis, Alice O'Connor,
Sheila Lawlor. Missing were: Ann Churchill, Robert Northrup,
First row, left to right:
Sheila Lawlor, Deborah
Newcomb, Charlotte John-
son, Mary Costello. Second
row: Abbie jane Poore,
Patricia Coffman, Susan
Mulvey, Annalee johnson,
Brenda Landry, Jane Fitz-
gerald, Polly Holihan.
Third row: Judith Sutton,
Cynthia Turton. Missing
were: Susan Shaw, Susan
Front row, left to right: Donna Anderson, Carol Maruzzi, Priscilla
May, Leslie Donnell, Rose Esile, Maureen Bailey, Barbara Dur-
gerian, Donna Wilson, Judith Wilcox, Jane Simeone, Cynthia Tur-
ton, Nan Taylor, Karen Leveroni, Jo-Anne Essiambre, Patricia
Webb, Mary Britton. Second row: Patricia Porter, Abbie-Jane Poore,
Carol Logan, Nancy Whitworth, Carolyn Robertson, Kathleen St.
Germain, Frances Jordan, Charlene Benedetti, Janet Workman,
Katherine O'Shea, Sandra Barker, Beverly Domingue, Linda Hara-
don, Carolyn Grant, Priscilla Newton. Third row: Carol Essoian,
Elizabeth Nicholas, Anne Payne, Roberta Nichols, Geraldine Pel-
letier, Donna Mellet, Judith McKinnon, JoAnn Allen, Libby Doig,
Pamela Lake, Jo Ann Murray, Reene Dubocq, Sharon Morris, Edith
Robbins, Maureen Callahan, Carol Buotte, Susan Goldman, Virginia
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Perry, Gail Forsythe, Pamela Prenclergast, Susan Carroll, Donnelda
Penney, Charlotte Bentley, Susan Shaw, Linda Low. Fourth row:
Dorothy Minzer, Joanne Bravacos, Barbara Soreff, Carol Hindman,
Virginia Brown, Della Boulanger, Linda Waters, Barbara Souter,
Sharon Price, Joan Ellen Simeone, Judith Karlis, Janet Booth, Doris
DeHart, Carol Gesing, Janet Lord, Alice O'Connor, Sharon Lyons,
Elizabeth Ratynski, Adrienne Loew, Kathleen May, Sheryl Hartford,
Phyllis Bailey. Fifth row: Martha Freeman, Dorothy Kaczinski,
Elaine Glorioso, Lily Disbrow, Beverly Turner, Nancy Driscoll,
Florence Duguid, Constance McKeon, Donna Dimmack, Barbara
Berger, Donna Bennert, Beverly Bergeron, Virginia Cargill, Nancy
Cole, Harlene Dennison.
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Top row, left to right: Alan Savanelli, John Weeks, Roger Roberge, Ronald Salvage, David Churchill,
David Rauh, John Goddard, Richard Ziegra, Joseph Carlino, William Bredbury, Charles Smith.
Front row: Alan Dulong, William Grant, Robert Karlis, Joseph Arcidy, David Bouleau, Leslie Scott,
Richard Mahoney, William Gallant, Paul Durant, Herbert Kempton, Timothy Flaherty, David
Bell, Daniel Dunn, Charles Heseltine, Frank McBride, Lindsay Kinnear. Seated: Malcolm Sandburg.
A CAPPELLA CHOIR
Four days a Week, during the fifth
period, the A Cappella choir meets un-
der the direction of Mr. Keith Gould.
The standards set for this vocal group are
high, and the girls must do intensive
work to develop the desired degree of
Top row, left to right: Janet Workman,
Ann Churchill, Carolyn Grant, Patricia
Coffman, Lynda Haradon, Charlene Bene-
detti, Susan Carroll. Second row: joan
Deivert, Barbara Greenhow, Linda Low,
Lois Lyman, Pamela Prendergast, Dianne
Freedman, Lorraine Rees. Third row:
Beverly Bergeron, Joan Ellen Simeone,
Barbara Souter, Jean Bernier, Ann
Payne, Janet Booth, Carol Gesing, Mari-
l Harty, Doris DeHart. Seated: Jane
Simeone, Nan Taylor, Donna Wilson.
Front row, left to right: Jean Bernier, Jo Ann Murray, Barbara Greenhow, Pamela Prendergast,
janet Booth, Carol Gesing, Doris DeHart, Marilyn Harry, Janet Lord, Gail Forsythe, Sandra Barker,
Ann Churchill, Patricia Coffman, Carolyn Grant. Second row: joan Deivert, Judith Karlis, Beverly
Bergeron, Renee Dubocq, Barbara Berger, Phyllis Bailey, Elaine Glorioso, Beverly Turner, Sharon
Lyons, Lily Disbrow, Susan Carroll, Virginia Cargill, Lois Lyman, Susan Goldman, Nancy Cole.
Third row: Carol Maruzzi, Nan Taylor, Jane Simeone, Judith Wilcox, Della Boulanger, Virginia
Brown, Martha Freeman, Barbara Souter, Virginia Perry, Susan Shaw, Linda Low, janet Workman,
Linda Haradon, Rose Esile. Fourth row: Richard Mahoney, Richard Ziegra, Robert Karlis, joseph
Carlino, Charles Smith, John Weeks, David Churchill, Ronald Salvage, Roger Roberge, David
Boulieau, Herbert Kempton, Timothy Flaherty, Alan Dulong, Daniel Dunn, Lindsay Kinnear.
Fifth row: Malcolm Sandberg, Donna Wilson, Barbara Durgerian, Donna Anderson, jo Ann
Essiambre, Charles Heseltine, joan Ellen Simeone, David Currier, David Bell.
Left to right: Susan Goldman, Carolyn Grant,
R U P Lois Lyman.
THE JUNIOR SEXTET
Left to right: Susan Caroll, Gail Forsythe,
Pamela Prendergasr, Charlene Benedetti, Bever-
ly Turner, Elaine Glorioso.
Left to right: Dave Currier, Joan Ellen
Simeone, john Bilello, Albert Comeau.
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Front row, left to right: Elizabeth Ratynski, Carol Reilly
Alice jo Mooney, Margaret Williamson, Cinthia Ratynski:
Ellen Kenney, Nancy Lynch, Patricia Roberge, Ann Henrick.
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Susan Kenney, Ann Doherty, Mary Lou Dargoonian, Donna
Towne, June Bassett, Joan Ellen Simeone. Third row: Susan
Townsend, Patricia Webb, Susan Rairigh, Dorothy Miller,
Virginia Snyder, Lorna Maruzzi, Veryl Dufton, Joyce Davis,
Beverly Reed. Fourth row: Bill Grant, Michael Frishman,
john Btunell, Robert Garrison, Leonard Zechini, Robert
Mirsola, David Rauh, John Bilello, Charles Glazerman.
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Vartabedian, Patricia Jarbeau, Kris-
tine Holter. Kneeling: Virginia
Bergeron, Elinor Santuccio, Linda
Howe, Elizabeth Tammany, Judith
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Back row, left to right: Coach Collins, Raymond Collins, John Barry, Boyd
Reynolds, John Popielarski, Thomas Collins, Melvin Hutchings, Robert
Brown, David Currier, Richard Niebradowski, Christopher Cummings,
Jonathan Langdell, Marvin Perry, Coach Bisset. Second row: William But-
ler, John Lynch, Robert Carlson, Robert Grundy, John Gillespie, George
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Whitcomb, John Ozoonian, john Hajjar, jeffrey Brucato, George Stern,
james Pidgeon, Manager Charles Heseltine, Coach Larson. Front row:
Manager Herbert Kempton, john McCormack, Gary Dockray, Walter Bles-
zingski, John Clark, Albert Carlson, Fred Allen, John Van Nest, Tom
Low, Gordon Coutts.
An inexperienced Andover High football team had their hands full with the
strong opposition which they encountered in the Northeast Conference. The team
looked promising against last year's Class 'B' champions, Swampscott. It was a
close game all the way with Swampscott winning 12 to 6. In spite of the efforts
and spirit of the team, they dropped games to Marblehead, Danvers, Woburn
L Winthrop, and Amesbury, Andover's first game under the lights at Newburyport
resulted in a 14 to 14 tie. In an all out effort, Andover was defeated in the second
half by a strong Methuen team. On Thanksgiving Day, a huge crowd saw an
underdog Andover team battle to a 6 to 6 tie against North Andover.
Fred Allen continually provided the scoring punch in Andover's backfield
Al, "Don Amechef' Carlson and captain Jack Van Nest turned in excellent per
formances in the backtield and line respectively. Next year, the novelty of being in a
new league will be gone, and Coach Dick Collins is looking forward to a very
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After several weeks of hard practice, the cheer-
leaders had their first opportunity to show the new
uniforms and cheers to the student body at a school
rally. The cheerleaders were greatly encouraged upon
seeing the spirit and support of the students. A
successful Blue and Gold week was responsible for
s SO' Ana
the largest motorcade in school history. Ar a dance
sponsored by the cheerleaders, Betty McBride was
crowned "Miss School Spirit". The pep, enthusiasm,
and spirit of captain Marilyn DeMoor have brought A.
team and school spirit to a new level and have attracted
zie, Sharon Cutler, Brenda Landry, Judith Scott, Captain Marilyn DeMoor.
Left to right: Joan LeGendre, Suzanne Wennik, Sandra Henderson, Marie Men-
Standing, left to right: Nancy Whit-
worth, Pollv Holihan. Kneeling: Louise
Johnston, Donna Anderson.
Top row, left to right: Michael Frishman, David Bell,
James Tsepas. Third row: David Rauh, Richard
Meyers, Richard Morgan, Kevin McGurk. Second
row: Alan Dulong, Gilbert Beager, Robert Miller,
Scott Murray, Alan Savanelli. Bottom row: Jeffrey
Willig, Richard Guild, Co-captain. Raymond Kryzyn-
ski, Co-caotain George Whitcomb, Robert Goldth-
waite, T. K. Clark.
He flies through the air
"Hey don't rake that mat away'
Look out below!
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
Standing, left to right: David Wescott, Raymond Bisbee, Bart McEvoy, Joseph Nedelka, Co-captain joseph Hastings,
jelltey Willig, Charles Smyth, Gordon Stewart, Lynn John- Co-cantain Donald Sorrie, Michael Frishman, Paul McKin-
son, Ronald Salvage, Frank Monette. Kneeling: Scott Murray, non, joseph Weeks.
WINTER TRACK TEAM
Top tow, left to right: Steven Goodman, Richard Lynch, William McCarthy, William Ackerman, Melvin Hutchinson,
Richard Essoian, Richard Bordelais, Robert Bleicher, john Boyd Reynolds. Front row: Michael Azarian, Joseph Hast-
Birdsall. Second row: Captain john Ozoonian, Richard Nie- ings, Giles Larrabee, Malcolm Sandberg, john Bilello, Rich-
bradowski, John McGilvray, John McCormick, John Merrill, ard Glennon, John Popielarski, Thomas Lowe.
SPRING TRACK TEAM
Back row, left to right: Malcolm Sandberg, john Barry, Frank
Monette, john Birdsall, Richard Essoian, Richard Bourdelais, jon-
athan Langdell, Robert Bleicher, Lynn johnson, Stephen Goodman,
Frederick Allen. Second row: Bart McEvoy, Alan Savanelli, Giles
Larrabee, John Popielarski, Richard Glennon, Joseph Nedelka,
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Ronald Salvage, Boyd Reynolds, Stephen Whitney, Kevin Gurry,
Michael Frishman, joseph Hastings, Thomas Low. Front row: Rich-
ard Chetson, Ray Kryzynski, George Whitcomb, Co-captain Douglas
Robertson, Co-captain Donald Sorrie, john Ozoonian, Daniel Gre-
coe, George Stern, Albert Carlson.
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Left to right: Vincent Belpedio, Walter Bleszinski, Paul Dur
ant, john Van Nest, William Dalton, Captain William Gal
Standing, left to right: Coach Hixon, Vincent Belpedio, Kneeling: Charles Smyth, Walter Gleszinski, Co-captain
james Leete, Frank Monette, Lawrence Bisbee, Ray Bisbee, Paul Durant, Co-captain Donald Sorrie, john Van Nest,
Frederick Meyers, Peter Bevin, Manager Marshall Darling. Gordon Stewart.
Andover High's basketball team finished the regular season
strongly, winning 5 out of their last 6 games. The high point of
the first half of the season was a 20 point victory over a favored
North Andover squad. This was Andover's first win over North
Andover since 1956.
Led by co-captain Don Sorrie, who recorded almost 300
points, Walt Bleszinski and co-captain Paul Durant, Andover
finished fourth in the Northeast Conference competition. An-
dover's upset victory over Danvers in the closing games of the
season resulted in a tie for first place in the league. The credit
for our successful basketball season is due to the excellent coaching
of Wilbur Hixon, His confidence in the team was rewarded by
the spirit that both the players and student body displayed.
Co-captains Donald Sorrie and Paul Durant with
Coach Wilbur Hixon,
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Cuticura Talcum Powder
Cuticura Medicated Liquid
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CLASS OF 1960
HILLVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
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43 LUPINE ROAD
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