Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)

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R97 .45 1961 Property op the MEMORIAL HALL LIBRARY Andover, Mass. i i MEMORIAL HALL LIBRARY Andover, Massachusetts 475-6%0 ay- FOREWORD Thank you, Andover High School, for an education, for the guidance you gave us as we were growing up, and for all the beautiful memories we have collected in the past three years. May you mean as much to those who follow. 2 DEDICATION We, the Class of 1961, are proud to dedicate the 1961 Andanno to Mr. William J. Igoe, in appreciation of his untiring efforts in behalf of each one of us. As Director of Guidance for the school system, Mr. Igoe ' s services are in demand in all the Andover schools; nevertheless, we consider him as more truly belonging to the senior high school. In spite of accom- plishments of great importance to the class and the school, Mr. Igoe per- forms his duties with self-effacing modesty and with a warmth of interest which has meant much to us. We extend our deepest gratitude to Mr. Igoe for his immeasurable contributions to our welfare, and express our sincere good wishes for his continued service to Andover and its students. 4 IN APPRECIATION Mr. Charles A. Gregory, who gave thirty-five years of devoted service to the Andover School System, was without question one of the most highly regarded teachers that our high school has ever had. His long years of service to the Andover students won for him the respect and affection of successive generations of students and the firm friendship of his colleagues on the faculty. His mature judgment and very real interest in the students were of inestimable value to the school. We share with the School Department and the community genuine regret at the retirement of Mr. Gregory. His close association with all of us has been both a pleasant and a constructive factor in our lives. We, the Class of 1961, wish to extend our sincere appreciation to you, Mr. Gregory. Thank you so very much for the many hours which you spent in helping each and every one of us. To you, our wishes for the best of everything! 6 ADMINISTRATION RICHARD J. COLLINS 2 1 Hardini; Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Dartmouth Collei;e. A.B.; University of Rhode Lsland. M A. FRANCES DALTON 0 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachu- setts. School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. ARTHUR DANFORTH 122 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts. St. Anslems College, A.B.; University of New Hampshire. DAVID C. ELDRIDGE 96 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachu- setts. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S.; Harvard University, A.M.T. ANNETTA FREEDMAN 4 Suncrest Road, Andover, Massachusetts. St. Vincent La Trobe, Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed.; Ohio State University. KEITH H. GOULD 12 W ' oodcliff Road, Andover, Massachu- setts. University of Vermont, Arizona State University, B.S.; Boston University, M. Music. GERTRUDE B. HARDY 121 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Tufts University, A.B. STEPHANIE W. HATCH Ipswich Road, R.F.D. 1 Boxford, Massa- chusetts. St. Lawrence University B.S.; Syracuse University, M.S. MARGARET HAWKESWORTH Sweet Briar Farm, Rowley, Massachusetts. Boston University, College of Liberal Arts, B.S. BERNARD M. KELLMURRAY 118 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Yale University, A.B.; M.A. MARJORIE I. McANINCH 1 Logan Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts. Dakota Wesleyan University, A.B. MARJORIE E. ODOWD 89 Belknap Street, Lawrence, Massachusetts. Salem State Teachers ' College, B.S. DONALD D. DUNN 9 Sutht-rland Street, Andover, Massachu- setts. Springfield College, B.S. AGNES V. DUGAN 55 Maple Avenue, Andover, Massachusetts. Boston University, B.S. JOSEPH A. DORSEY, JR. 8 Celca Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Springfield College, B.S.; New York Uni- versity. HARRIET H. HANNIGAN 66 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Colby College, A.B. IDA M. GROVER 134 Main Street, Andover, Mass achusetts. College of Liberal Arts, Boston University, A.B., M.A., Romance Languages and Litera- ture. EDWARD P. GRIGOLI 421 Massachusetts Avenue, North Andover, Massachusetts. New England Conservatory of Music; Advance Music Diploma; Boston University, M.M. WILLIAM J. IGOE 20 Vine Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Boston University, B.S.; M.Ed. WILBUR G. HIXON 155 Shawsheen Road, Andover, Massachu- setts. Plymouth Teachers ' College, A.B. OWEN HINKLEY 1 1 Birch Road, Andover, Massachusetts University of New Hampshire, B.S. ANN E. PORTER 12 ' Elm Street, Marblehead, Massachusetts. Salem Teachers ' College, B.Ed. ISABELLE M. PHELAN 168 High Street, North Andover, Massa- chusetts. Jackson College, B.S.; Boston Uni- versity, M.Ed. PAULINE PERRY 26 Elm Street, Andover, Massachusetts. University of Manitoba, A.B.; Cambridge University, M A. CHRISTY M. ROBINSON 140 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachu- setts. Gotham Normai, B.S.; Columbia Uni- versity, M.A. MADELINE K. SIMEONE 13 Stratford Road, Andover, Massachusetts. Framingham Teachers ' College, B.S. E. MARJORIE SMITH 401 Andover Street, Andover, Massachu- sets. Radcliffe College, A.B. ARISTOTLE VURGAROPULOS Althea Avenue, Tyngsboro, Massachusetts. Boston University, B.S. in Ed. HARVEY WYMAN Dunstable Road, Westford, Massachusetts. Pennsylvania Military College, B.S. PHILIP F. WORMWOOD Lowell Junction Road, Ballardvale, Massa- chusetts Tufts, A.B.; M.Ed. AUGUSTA BRECK 26 Eleventh Avenue, Haverhill, Massa- chusetts. RUTH WESCOTT 8 Summer Street, Andover, Massachusetts. FRED L. COLLINS 36 Summer Street, Andover, Massachusetts. 10 PRISCILLA TROWBRIDGE 63 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Keuka College, A.B. ANN STROUT 77 Mineral Street, Reading, Massachusetts. Boston University; Sargent College, B.S. BEATRICE STEVENS 197 High Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Salem Teachers College, B.S.; Boston Uni- versity, M.A. FRANCES WHITE 190 Shawsheen Road, Andover, Massachu- setts. GERALDINE FLAHERTY 15 Fletcher Street, Andover, Massachusetts. BENJAMIN DIMLICH 271 Salem Street, Andover, Massachusetts. Bates, B.S.; Tufts, M.A. ROGER WHITCOMB 70 Memorial Circle, Andover, Massachu- setts. GEORGE SYMONDS 4 Beech Circle, Andover, Massachusetts. ELMER PETERSON 98 Greenwood Road, Andover, Massachu- setts. 11 ADVISORS Left to right: Mrs. Hatch, Mrs. Simeon, Mrs. Trowbridge, Miss Porter, Miss Hawksworth, Miss Smith, Mrs. McAninch, Mrs. Perry. To all the class and club advisors, we wish to express our thanks and appreciation for your help throughout our three years at Andover High School. You have given us encouragement and guidance when we have needed it. The time and effort which you have devoted, and the constructive criticism you have given us has made us more mature to face new responsibilities in our future. We thank you! Seated: Mr. Kellmurray. Left to right: Mrs. Hardy, Miss Hawkswonh, Miss Grover. 12 Front row, left to right: Mr. Dorsey, Mr. Eldridge, Mr. Danforth. Standing, left to right: Miss Strout, Mr. Wormwood, Miss Dugan. WILLIAM LOVERIDGE ACKERMAN " Bill " " Ack " 30 Center Street Winter Track 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Football 4; Junior Class Ring Commit- tee 3; Prom Dance Committee 3; Year- book Circulation Committee 4; Varsity Club 4. A tall track man . . . look for the knitted sweater-vest . . . sees all, knows all, tells all. RICHARD LOYAL ALDEN ■Die " 57 Walnut Avenue Gym Team 2; Class Council 2, 3; Alter- nate Student Council Representative 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Senior Class Play Committee 4; Student Council Represen- tative 4; Yearbook Advenising Commit- tee. Editor 4. Die is smart, handsome, aggressive, and unavailable . . . likes skiing and panies . . . typical senior . . . has made the most of his years at A.H.S. . . . graduates with many pleasant memories. WENDY CHERRYL AYER Wendy 26A Washington Avenue Service Club 2, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; Prom Re- freshment Committee 3. Beautiful hair . . . always smiling . . . full of energy . . . very industrious . . . Maine ... a friend to all. 17 FAITH ABBOTT BATCHELDER " Boom Boom " 93 Argilla Road Service Club 2, 4; Queen ' s Committee for Prom 3; Yearbook Advertising Commit- tee 3; Always causing trouble . . . en- joys horses when she can stay on . . . likes skiing and swimming . . . plans to be a secretary . . . interest in Navy. CONSTANCE MARY BECOTTE " Connie " 62 Haverhill Street Pep Club 2; Service Club 4;Mosaic 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. Works at Pete ' s . . . wears a huge ring around her neck . . . Always seen with R.M.S. . . . drives a wild Rambler . . . sometimes a ' 56 Ford convertable too . . . Connie, why did you hate Sunday nights? . . . Looking forward to guess what? . . . CHARLENE MARIA BENEDETTI " Shawn " 8 William Street Dance Committee 2, 3, 4; Library As- sistant 2; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Advanced Choir 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Secretary 4; Science Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 3, 4; Junior Sextet 3; Northeast Music Festival 2, 3, 4. Sparkling personality . . . perpetual smile . . . Hampton Beach . . . " Did you say New York? " . . . driver of a yellow Ren- ault ... a sure success in nursing. . . DONNA JOYCE BENNERT Donna 80 Central Street Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Representative 2; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Year- book Layout 4; Mosaic 2, 4; Intramural Sports 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 3. Likes skating . . . especially at P.A. . . . artistic . . . likes skiing . . . " Charlie " . . . says " hello " to everyone. . . . plans to go to college. 1 Q BRUCE WHITNEY BENSON Bruce 6 Jenkins Road Soccer 2; Golf 4; Baseball 4; Prom Ticket ind Invitation Committee 3. Great fisher- man . . . drives a nice car . . . laugh, laugh, laugh . . . plans on attending col- lege. VIRGINIA MARY BERGERON " Ginny " Baker Lane Pep Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Ring Com- mittee 3; Prom Committee 3. Quiet . . . friendly . . . cute majorette . . . has a sweet soprano voice . . . often seen with Bert . . . has a nice figure. RICHARD JONATHAN BERGERON " Dick " 199 Salem Street Quite the car mechanic . . . built a hot rod . . . that smile . . . wavy hair any girl would envy. JEAN MARIE BERNIER Jean Beacon Street Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Ser- vice Club 4. Cheerful . . . pleasant . . . quite industrious . . . Elm Farm . . . future secretary. 19 KAY BERTHOLD Kay 179 Shawsheen Road National Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Mosaic 2, 3, News Editor 4; Creative Writing Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Science Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Red Cross Representative 4; Honorable Mention, Sci- ence Fair 2; Intramural Sports 2, 3; Na- tional Latin Exam, Certificate of Merit 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3. " Buenos dias, habla espanol " . . . Venezuela . . . Colby . . . likes skating, folk music . . . everything she does is done well ... a real linguist . . . headed for college where she ' s sure to succeed. RAYMOND CHARLES BISBEE " Ray " " Bizz " 13 Harvard Road Cross Country Co-captain 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Ring Committee 3; Junior Class Council 3. Great cut-up . . . wonderful at sports . . . especially basketball . . . headed for col- lege. LOUISE AGNES BLANKE Louise 269 South Main Street Service Club 4; Pep Club 4; Mosaic 4. Norwood ' s loss is Andover ' s gain . . . friendly newcomer . . . kind and con- siderate . . . " oh, that party! " . . . per- sonality plus . . . May all your ambitions be fulfilled, Louise. DAVID LAWRENCE BOULEAU " Dave " 189 Andover Street Service Club 2; Boys ' Glee Club 3, 4; Gold Key Award 2; Yearbook Art Com- mittee 4. Enjoys tennis . . . beat bongo player . . . favorite food: lamb . . . will make a grand artist . . . fun to be with. 20 RICHARD JOSEPH BOURDELAIS " Dick " 338 Mt. Vernon Street Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Winter Track 2, 3. 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Var- sity Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Prom Decorating Committee 3; Senior Class Council 4; Most Valuable Football Player Award 4; State High Jumping Co-cham- pion 3. Asset to football team . . . quite a dancer . . . great white hunter . . . girls and deer . . . personality plus. JANICE BARBARA BOWMAN " Jan " " Little Boots " 67 Chestnut Street Student Council 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; Chairman of Assembly Com- mittee 4; Leaders Corps 4; Class Council 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President •4; Yearbook Girls ' Sports Chairman 4; Prom Decorations Committee 3; Science Club 2; Prom Queen ' s Court 3; Vfoj j«c 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 2, 3, 4. Very popu- lar ... a warm smile for everyone . . . vivacious . . . sincere . . . always busy . . . tres chic . . . " Andover Antics " . . . a sure success in teaching. WILLIAM RICHARDS BREDBURY " Bill " 35 Pine Street Science Club 2, 3; Boys ' Glee Club 3, 4; Cross Country 4. Does Bill ever stop talk- ing? . . . Those problems classes! . . . nice voice . . . Boy Scout of America. AnJoverAt ic» 1 HtKuw£: i -R»;iiv,c. L-UoC »o.f. 0-crskaa. ! LARRY ALLAN BRETTS " Larry " " Brettsie " 34 Cutler Road Basketball Manager 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 3; Science Fair 3; Math Club 3, 4. A promoter of big ideas . . . Remember the mice? . . . has an Ipana smile ... a math and science fan ... so very friendly. 21 VIRGINIA ANNE BROWN " Ginny " 59 Lovejoy Road Service Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Basketball 2; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Girls ' Exhibition Gym Club 4 . . . often at B.U. with Jon . . . oh! that New Jersey accent . . . has a wonderful personality . . . hates vegetables . . . plans to go to cosmetology school. BARBARA VAUGHAN BUCHAN " B.B. " 81 Central Street Goldsmith Speaking Contest Winner 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Barnard Essay Contest 2; Creative Writing Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; French Play 3; Prom Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Girls ' Glee -Club 4; Senior Play Committee 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Students for Nixon Committee 4. Dependable . . . convinc- ing speaker . . . ardent Lodge supporter . . . headed for the Lone Star State . . . has a successful future to anticipate . . . loves horseback riding. LINDA ANN BUCKMAN Linda Oriole Drive Band 4; Pep Club 4; Service Club 4. Came from New Jersey in her Junior year . . . A welcome addition to A.H.S. . . . likes bowling, weekends . . . Fridays at two . . . headed for college. CAROL ANN BUOTE Carol " Boute " 18 Boston Road Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4, Clerical Department Chairman 4; Prom Planning Board 3; Class Council 2, 3; Prom Finance Committee Chairman 3; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Exchange Assembly 2; Dance Committee 2. Always dancing . . . plans to become a dancing teacher . . . always typing Student Council notes ... a " hello " for everybody . . . sure to be a success. o 22 THEODORE CARLETON BURTT, JR. " Ted " " Fearless " 62 Whinier Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 3, 4; Prom Decoration and Invitation Committee 3; Varsity Club 4; Goldsmith Speaking Contest 4. Great guy all around . . . lady killer . . . cool, calm, and col- leaed . . . terrific at basketball . . . fast grey Studebaker . . . well liked by all. JEAN ELIZABETH CADY " Jeannie " 42 Cutler Road Band 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Mosaic staff 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Girls ' Varsity Bas- ketball 4, Manager 4. A transfer from Northfield School for Girls . . . loves pizza ... a stout Kennedy supporter . . . headed for college. PATRICIA ALICE BUTLER " Pat " 265 Andover Street Girls ' Spons 2; Pep Club 3; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Gym Team 3; Li- brary 4. A loyal friend . . . enthusiastic class member . . . peppy . . . gives a cherry " Hi! " JOSEPH JOHN CALCINA " Joe " " Cal " 58 Magnolia Avenue Post-Prom Dance Committee 3. Works at Grant ' s . . . likes photography . . . tropical fish ... a smile for everyone . . . always has a car full of passengers. 23 ROBERT THEODORE CARLSON •Bob " 11 Shawsheen Road Football 2, 3; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee, Chairman 3; Ring Committee 3; Yearbook, Art and Photog- raphy 4; Five Gold Keys in Boston Globe ' s Art Competition 2. Very artistic . . . plans to go to the Massachusetts College of Art . . . P.F. . . . Best of luck In the future, Bob! JOHN ANDREW CAMPBELL John 135 Abbott Street Outdoor type . . . enjoys hunting and fish- ing . . . fried chicken . . . " You Clod! " REGINA MARIA CARDELLA " Reg " 6 Punchard Avenue National Honor Society 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Mosaic 2; Pep Club 3; Class Coun- cil 2; Prom Executive Board 3; Post Prom Chairman 3; Creative Writing 4; Glee Club 4; Service Club 3; Teen-age Tribune Correspondent 2, 3; Yearbook Co-editor- in-chief 4. A serious thinker with a sparkling sense of humor . . . when Reg starts something you can be sure she ' ll do it right , . . interested in languages and diplomacy . . . " Fruit salad anyone? " . . . loves to ski, ski, ski . . . sarcastic? Never!! . . . going to college, where she will surely succeed. SUSAN MARIE CARROLL " Sue " 8 Westwind Road Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Exchange Assembly 2, 3, 4; " Sextet " 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 4; Prom Decoration Commit- tee 3. Talkative . . . always smiling . . . beautiful voice . . . full of fun . . . sure to succeed. 24 JUDITH CHAPMAN " Judy " 145 Chestnut Street Homeroom Treasurer 2; Mosaic 2, 3; Prom Committee 3; Junior Class Council 3; Prom Invitation Committee Chairman 3; Program and Ticket Committee 3; Pep Club 3; Service Club 3; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Creative Writing 4. Pretty . . . will make a good nurse . . . well liked ... always smiling . . . what rosy cheeks! . . . always worrying about chemistry. IMERRIMRCK ' 11 CRANE ' S H DOROTHY JEAN CHENEY " Dottie " 338 Lowell Street Girls ' Athletic Association 3. A newcomer to our school from Newburyport . . . has pretty brown hair ... a pixie girl . . . loves, loves, loves horses . . . also enjoys swimming and tobagganing . . . yum-m- m, are these hotdogs good! BEATRICE LOUISE CHICOINE " Tris " " Chickie " 16 Florence Street Band 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Prom Decora- tion Committee 3; Service Club 2. A cute Majorette . . . " Oh, listen! " . . . friendly to all . . . plans to attend St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital School of Nursing. JOHN JOSEPH CLARKE, JR. " Jack " 152 North Street Vice-President of Class 2; President of Class 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Co-chairman of Prom 3; " Track 3, 4; Weight Lifting Club 4; Student Council 4. Great at all sports . . . terrific personality . . . Oh, those English classes . . . " Do you have a jacket I can borrow for the assembly? " 25 JUUUUUL FORD S s □□□c LAURENCE ALLEN COOKSON " Larry " " Cookie " 419 River Road Never challange Larry to bowl ... an employee with good standing at Elm Farm ... an excellant conversationalist. NANCY COLE Nancy 10 Wolcott Avenue Girls " Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3; Prom Refreshment Committee Chairman 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Senior Class Council 4. Full of fun . . . very attraaive . . . . loves to ski vivacious party goer a smile for everyone. 1 1 WILLIAM GORDON COUTTS JR. " Couttie " 34 High Street Footbah 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Track 2. Ex-football star . . . liked by all . . . " Hello-o-o " . . . faithful supporter of the " Barn " . ALBERT THOMAS COMEAU " Al " 105 Lovejoy Road Math Club 3, 4, Presiding Officer 4; Sci- ence Club 3, 4, Presiding Officer 4; Junior Class Vice-President; Prom Planning Board 3; Prom Music Committee Chairman 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Student Council 4; Leaders Corps Committee 4; Science Fair 2, 3. A whiz at math . . . everyone ' s friend . . . what a dancer! . . . always smiling . . . wonderful at the guitar . . . Best of luck in engineering, Al. 26 ANNIE MARIE COUTURE " Ann " 221 Lowell Street Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Year- book Clerical Committee 4; Pleasant and efficient . . . works at Merrimack Mutual . . . looking forward to a secretarial career. LEO JOSEPH CRONIN Leo 9 Elm Court Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Red Cross 2; Gym Team 2; Student Council Represen- tative 3; Happy-go-lucky . . . great guy . . . love that Rambler! . . . " Petes " . . . " Let ' s go to the beach " . . . Best of luck in the future, Leo. KATHLEEN DONNA CRONIN " Kathy " 23 Center Street Pep Club 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Ser- vice Club 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Prom Finance Committee 3; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. Happy and carefree . . . enjoys a good book . . . loves skating . . . pretty glasses . . . will make a wonderful secretary. DAVID CAMPBELL CURRIER " Dave " 17 Hidden Road Goldsmith Speaking Contest 2; Football 3, 4; Dance Band 3; Boys ' Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Spring Track 4; Science Club 4; Nonheastern Distria Choir 4. A great singer . . . plays a guitar ... in a dance band called " The IV " . . . football player with the best attitude . . . blonde hair. 27 GEOFFREY STEWART DAVIS " Geoff " 28 Williams Street Golf 2; Senior Class Council 4; Baseball 4; Basketball 4; Yearbook Photography Editor 4. Winning smile . . . energetic worker . . . great in all spom . . . flirt . . . personality plus . . . friendly to all . . . ambition: teacher. WILLIAM JOHN DALTON " Bill " 55 Chestnut Street Football 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4, Most Valuable Player 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Winter Track 4; Year- book Photography Committee 4. Busy Busy boy . . . sense of humor . . . always saying, " would you like to read the Bible? " . . . follower of Mort Sahl . . . wide range of knowledge. EDWIN ALLAN DAVISON " Ed " 43 River Street Cross Country 2, 3; Science Club 2. A sports enthusiast . . . skindiving and sail- ing in the summer . . . skiing in the win- ter .. . works hard at the A P . . . quiet. KATHLEEN D ' AMORE " Kathy " 432 South Main Street Pep Club 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4, Head Color Guard 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Science Club 2; Red Cross Council 4; Service Club 4; Yearbook Sports Commit- tee 4; Girls " Athletic Association 3, 4; Girls ' Intramural Spons 2, 3, 4; Blue Devil 4; Mosaic 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 4. Peppy blue devil . . . Our dependable Head Color Guard . . . likes to talk . . . always busy helping others . . . Mombo- quette fan. 28 HARLINE DIANE DENNISON " Dee Dee " 83 High Street Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Ring Com- mittee 3; Yearbook Circulation Commit- tee 4. CoUeas rocks— (Dick?!?) . . . does pencil sketches . . . such long long hair ... so feminine . . . real collegiate dresser. JUDITH MAE DIMLICH " Judy " 281 Salem Street Girls ' Glee Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, Secretary 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. 3, 4; Prom Decoration Commit- tee 4; Creative Writing Club 4; Girls Varsity Basketball 4; Youth for Kennedy Committee 3. Aaive in Band and Red Cross . . . likes skiing and skating, potato chips and popcorn . . . plans to go to col- lege . . . Good luck, Judy. RICHARD EMIL DesROCHES " Foxie " 77 Maple Avenue Basketball 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Year- book Circulation Conmiittee 4. Look for Foxie on the basketball court . . . Harline . . . remember the tests given by the Registry, Foxie? ... a humorist. LILLY MARY DISBROW Lilly 259 Chandler Road Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. Always smiling . . . such shining hair . . . good worker . . . enthusiastic rooter at all the football games . . . sure to be suc- cessful. 29 GARY LANCE DOCKRAY Gary 1 Coolidge Road Student Council 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 4; Qass Council 2, 3; Junior Class President 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Boys ' Glee Club 2; Yearbook Co-editor 4. Very popular . . . the strong silent type . . . mature . . . sensible . . . has an enviable record at A.H.S. ... An all-star footbdll player ... a class leader . . . college bound. ANN MARTHA DOHERTY " Ann " 26 Wolcott Avenue Band 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3; Creative Writ- in g Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Science Club 2; Prom Usherette 2; Girls ' Athletic As- sociation 3, 4; Library Aid 3, 4; Senior Play Board 4; Girls ' Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Gym Team 4; " Students for Kennedy " Democratic Party Chairman 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Varsity Basket- ball 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Year Book Advertising Committee. Loves sports, especially skiing . . . very musically inclined . . . can ' t wait to graduate . . . Oh, that laugh! . . . loves to draw models . . . enthusiastic Kennedy supporter . . . reserved but friendly. 30 BARBARA ANN DURGERIAN " Barbara " 254 Lowell Street Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Pep Club 4; Service Club 4; Advanced Choir 4. Soft Spoken . . . warm smile . . . flair for homemaking . . . enjoys reading . . . kind and considerate. ELAINE EMMONS " Elaine " 9 Locke Street . Class Treasurer 3, 4; Girls ' Spons 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Prom Queen ' s Committee 3. Knits sweaters . . . accom- plished horsewoman . . . Fried onions at the Den . . . Oh, that string of adopted brothers! . . . Dean Jr. College coin- cidence?! CARL JOSEPH FINLEY JR. " Carl " 90 Woburn Street A quiet member of the Senior Class. A summer sports fan . . . enjoys water-skiing and boating. PETER ROBERT FISHER " Bucky " 163 Elm Street Basketball 2, 4; Service Club 4; Pep Club 4; Science Club 4; Boys ' Glee Club 4; Choral Society 4. Drives around in a sil- ver ' Chevy " convenible ... a great bas- ketball player . . . always with Carole . . . often seen in Santina ' s . . . oh, those dimples . . . well liked by all. SHARON ANNE FLAGG " Sherry " 12 Shirley Road Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. Likes swimming and skating . . . watch out for thin ice! . . . transferred from Ohio . . . knows a million and one jokes . . . always laughing . . . drives a hot Ford convertible. ROBERT DAVID FLEISCHLI " Dave " 441 Lowell Street Science Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3; Chess Club 3; Choral Society 4; Boys ' Glee Club 4; Weight-lifting Club 4; Service Club 4; Pep Club 4. Works at the AficP . . . " Got another pencil? " . . . likes the Kingston Trio . . . always funnin. 31 JOAN SUSAN FREEDMAN " Joanie " 10 Marwood Drive Service Club 2; Mosaic 2; Gym Team 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 3, 4; Yearbook Advertis- ing Committee 4. Just loves going to parties . . . enjoys a good race with her twin in swimming . . . enjoys drawing and music. GAIL ANN FORSYTHE ■ " Gail " 33 Chester Street The Sextet 2, 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 2; Mixed Choir 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 4; Prom Invitation Committee 3; Girls ' Athletic Association 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 4. " Oh really " . . . " Yeah " . . . likes skiing and hiking . . . submarines and pizza . . . wants to travel . . . likes to get letters . . . Kingston Trio! MARTHA JANE FREEMAN " Marti " 5 Robandy Road Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Gym Club 4; Girls ' Basketball 3, 4; Choral So- ciety 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4. " Bob " from Saint John ' s Prep . . . always with Ginny . . . loves the barn . . . food! . . . ugh! . . . headed for Junior College. DIANE BARBARA FREEDMAN " Di " 10 Marwood Drive Service Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 3, 4; Yearbook Advertising Committee 4; Mo- saic 2. . . . An identical copy of her twin? No, but many of the same interests! . . . a real party-goer . . . especially the one ' s where they serve lobsters and pickles! . . . enjoys counter selling work in the summer. 32 2IRISTIAN KARL JOCHIM FREUNDT " Chris " 253 South Main Street Math Club 4; Service Club 4. New to Andover from Germany . . . smart . . . ■nade friends with all . . . thank heavens or the radiator in Mr. Kellmurray ' s room! . . . ELAINE GLORIOSO Elaine 28 Lowell Junaion Road Sophomore Class Council 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3; Choral Society 3; Band-Color Guard 4; Sextet 2, 3; Pep Club; Service Club 4; Exchange Assembly 2; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Prom Finance Com- mittee 3. Always seen at Andover Sta- tioners . . . enjoys skating . . . attempts to play the piano . . . Bill . . . loves Italian fooid. €1 STEPHEN JAY GOODMAN " Steve " 7 Mary Lou Lane Cross-Country 2; Basketball 2; Winter Track 3; Spring Track 3, 4; Student Coun- cil 3, 4; Chess Club, Vice President 3; Recreation Committee 4; Math Club 4; Service Club 4; Weight-lifting Club 4. Always laughing . . . intelligent ... a track fan . . . very unusual haircut . . . often seen in an Austin Healy . . . col- lege bound. School - gj " GAIL LOUISE GRANGE Gail " Gangie " 15 Shipman Road Service Club 2, 3, 4; Red Cross 3; Band 2; Orchestra 2; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Student Council 2, 3; Class Council 2, 3; Secre- tary 2, 3; Prom Planning Board 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Prom Queen ' s Committee Chairman 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Distribution and Advertisements Committee 4; Assembly Committee 3; Queen ' s Court 3; Mosaic 2, 3, 4. Very ac- tive . . . energetic . . . always giggling . . . did a lot for A.H.S. . . . warm personality . . . loves to dance and water ski . . . parties galore! . . . Lynn at La Fayette. JOHN KAREEM HAJJAR John 135 Elm Street Class Council 3; Prom Decoration Com- mittee 3; Football 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 4; Spring Track 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Blue Devil Committee 4. Collegiate dresser . . . Blue Devil in person . . . flirt . . . impetuous . . . Andover ' s Casanova. BERT GRUNDY Bert 3 River Street Football 3. Ginny . . . always on time?! . . . such curly hair . . . laughing always . . . has a green thumb . . . has difficulty keeping his car in one piece. RUTH ELEANOR HALL " Boopie " 7 Hall Avenue Service Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2. Quiet and shy . . . easily excit- able . . . remember those algebra classes, Ruth?!! . . . often seen working at Co-op . . . Good luck to you in the future Ruth! JOYCE MARILYN GUERIN Joyce 54 Maple Avenue Pep Club 3, 4; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2; Prom Decoration Commit- tee 3; Service Club 3, 4. Loves the beach . . . accomplished typist . . . cheery dis- position . . . very ambitious. 34 THEODORE CLEMENT HAMBLET " Teddy " 23 Johnson Road Football 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 3, 4; Win- ter Track 4; Home Room Treasurer 2, 3; Varsity Club 4; Prom Decorating Commit- tee 3. Nobody can laugh like Teddy! . . . tali . . . quiet? . . . oh, that car . . . loves school lunches, especially the varied con- tents. RUTH ANN HARADON Ruth 27 Greenwood Road Service Club 3, 4; Mosaic 4; Yearbook Layout Committee 4; Creative Writing Club 4. Likes skating, tennis . . . Stone- ham . . . Lawrence Academy . . . " bob two, three, four " . . . plans to go to Col- lege. BARBARA ANNE HARRINGTON " Babs " " Harrie " 157 Andover Street Girls ' ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 4; Pep Club 3; Service Club 4; Class Coun- cil Representative 3; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. Mike from C.C.H.S. . . . looks forward to roller-skating and bowl- ing . . . drives a cool car known as the Little Bug . . . enjoys working for Elm Farm . . . oh! that big ring around your neck. Barb . . . Oh! that Navy . . . Headed for secretarial school. WILLIAM PENDLETON HARRISON II " Bill " 34 Chandler Road Track 2; Football 2, 3; Junior Class Coun- cil 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3. Billy bashful??! . . . " but Mr. Wormwood — " . . . calm, cool, collector of detention slips . . . future Shelley Berman . . . likes girls — one blond in particular. DAVID ANTHONY MARTIN HAWKINS " Dave " " Hawk " 8 Windsor Street Science Club 2, 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Spring Track 3; Cross-Country 3; Chess Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Math Club 4; Weight-lifting Club 4; Baseball 4; Adver- tising Committee of Yearbook 4. Likes hockey, skiing . . . always seen in a red Austin Healy . . . good chess player . . . a real clown . . . always talking . . . col- lege bound. CAROL ANN HEIFETZ " Heif " 8 Argyle Street Math Club 4; Service Club 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook Art Committee 4; Mosaic StaflF 4. Newcomer from Lawrence . . . runs around Cherry ' s . . . culotte skirt ... al- ways at the DEN . . . tuna fish sandwiches. FRANCIS HIGGENS " Frank " " Hig " 203 Highland Road Boys ' Glee Club 4; Choral Society 4; Chess Club 3; Pep Club 4; Student Coun- cil 2; Science Club 4; Baseball 2, 4. Great school spirit . . . terrific sense of humor . . . always aaive in school afFairs . . . a barrel of fun . . . mischievous. KRISTINE RUTH HOLIER " Kris " 55 Glenwood Road Majorette 2, 3, 4. Tiny ... a peppy ma- jorette . . . Bobby . . . always willing to help . . . rather quiet . . loves tuna fish sandwiches . . . " Got a fingernail file. ' " . . . plans to study cosmetology. SANDRA ANN JACKSON " Sandy " 9 Ballardvale Road Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Mosaic 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 3. A very sweet person . . . loves to talk, especially about Mountain Lake Bible Camp, where she works in the summer . . . steak and ice-cream are tops . . . likes all sports, especially swimming, skiing, and skating . . . always seen with Dotty . . . Good luck always, Sandy! 37 SUSAN KENNEY " Kennedy " " Sue " 16 Johnson Road Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Girls " In- tramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Mojaz ' c 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 3, 4; Math Club 4; Senior Play Board 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, President 4; Creative Writing Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Year Book, Art Editor 4; Prom Decora- tion Committee 3; Red Cross Council 3, 4; Student Council 2; " Students for Ken- nedy " Committee 4; Girls ' Varsity Basket- ball 4; National Merit Honor (Letter of Commendation) 4; National Latin Ex- amination Honor 3; Gold Key Art Award 2. Staunch Kennedy supporter . . . liked by everyone . . . winning smile and a cute dimple . . . reliable . . . very versatile . . . likes horses . . . very artistic . . . likes to draw nebbishes. VIRGINIA ANN JENSEN " Ginny " " Ginchy " " Tiger " 21 Chandler Road Majorette 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Prom Co- chairman 3; Prom Decoration Committee; Prom Queen 3; Honor Society 3, 4; Year- book Layout Committee 4; Math Club 4; Girls ' Sports 2, 3; Girls ' Gym Team 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Class Council 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Examination (Letter Of Commendation) National Latin Examination Honor 3, 4. One of the best liked girls in A.H.S. .... pretty . . . modest, even after such success . . . gives wonderful parties . . . " Yea " (in a slight southern droll) . . . preparing for college. FRANCES JORDAN " Fran " " Francie " 180 Chestnut Street Class Council 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Science Club 2; Service Club 2, 3, 4. Everyone knows Fran . . . popular with the opposite sex — why not? . . . very friendly and sincere . . . smart . . . headed for a bright future. DONALD EDWARD KUPIS " Don " 13 Lowell Junction Road Track 3, 4; Service Club 4; Pep Club 4; Service Club 4. Enjoys hunting . . . what a clown . . . always a smirk on his face . . . such a near locker!. ' ! . . . lots of fun in the Physics lab. PAMELA ANNE LAKE " Pam " 22 Greenwood Road Girls ' Basketball 2; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; National Latin Examination Honor 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Creative Writing Club, French Play 3, 4. " Students for Nixon " Republican Party Chairman 4; Mosaic Copy Editor 4; Yearbook Commit- tee 4, Layout Editor. Quiet . . . Very independent . . . Nixon supporter . . . friendly . . . talks with a slight accent . . . likes to debate. RICHARD EDWARD LAWSON " Dick " 8 Avon Street Service Club 3, 4. Oh — those long eye- lashes . . . drives a different car every day . . . " 55 " ... so likeable . . . plans to be a technical engineer. JONATHAN MARK LANGDELL " Jon " 42 Clark Road Football 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Red Cross 2, 3; Class Council 2, 3, 4; Aloj »« ' c 3, 4; Spons Editor 4. He ' s tall, and that ' s not all! ... swell football player . . . likes girls? . . . never at a loss for words . . . headed for college. JOAN MARIE LeGENDRE " Joanie " 136 Chestnut Street Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Service Club 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Year- book Girls ' Sports Committee 4; Queen ' s Court 3; Pep Club 3, 4. An asset to A.H.S. . . . full of pep . . . seen at the " Barn " . . . watch out for Joan when she ' s be- hind the wheel . . . Coffee Mill. 39 CAROL LOUISE LOGAN " Loggie " 6 Smithshire Estate Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Choral Society 4. Natural friendliness . . . soft spoken . . . very sweet . . . lovely clothes . . . What would Advanced Choir be without Carol? . . . bound to succeed in anything she at- tempts. PATRICIA LOUISE LESZCZYNSKI " Pat- io Juniper Road Band 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2; Northeast- ern Music Festival 2; Woburn Music Fes- tival 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Class Assembly 3. Petite . . . very cute . . . pretty clothes . . . wistful . . . peppy majorette . . . " Hope I can get the car tonight. " ALAN EMMETT LOUNSBURY " Al " 103 Gould Road Spring Track 3. Often seen at Bucky ' s . . . good listener . . . collegiate dresser . . . always leans on the Physic ' s lab table . . . Oh! that Plymouth! ADRIENNE CAROL LOEW " Rene " 211 Greenwood Road Band 4; Math Club 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Show Case Committee Chairman 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Ring Committee 3. Appears naive . . . cute smile . . . vivacious . . . demure . . . very friendly to everyone . . . adorable majorette . . . loves to cheer ' en route to football games. ELIZABETH ANN LYNCH " Betty " 26 Shawsheen Road Science Club 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; Pep Club 3, 4. Quiet and shy but very friendly ... has a cute smile . . . plays the drums in our b and . . . yum-m-m-m those submarine sandwiches at Jim ' s! ... favorite expression " My Lordy! " . . . loves swimming, skating, dancing, and bowling. 1 SHARON ANN LYONS " Shari " 30 Washington Avenue Girls ' Sports 2; Mosaic 2, 3; Service Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. Very friendly and sin- cere . . . popular with the boys . . . always at the football games ... a good school citizen. JOHN JAMES LYNCH John " J. J. " Gray Road Football 3, 4; Winter Track 3; Spring Track 3; Varsity Club 4. Often seen sleep- ing . . . favorite food; anything!! . . . probable Navy boy . . . likes forestry. ARTHUR MANDROS JR. " Art " 100 Lowell Street Student Council 2; Basketball 2; Golf. Team 3, 4. Good looking . . . marvelous golfer . . . always seen in his Chevy con- vertible . . . loyal patron of the Den . . . very congenial. 41 CAROLE LINDA MARRUZZI " Shorty " 3 Hall Avenue Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 4; Orchestra 2; Girls ' Gym Team 2. Petite . . . such laughing eyes . . . " Bucky " ... a friendly " Hi! " for everyone . . . plays guitar . . . seen at Santina ' s . . . Super Cheeze Pizza . . . just like a little doll. ALLAN SHEPHERD MAY " Brother " 74 Spring Grove Road Football 2, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Winter Track 2, 4; Student Council 4; Senior Class Council 4; Junior Red Cross 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Editor of Boys ' Sports for Yearbook 4; Post-Prom Enter- tainment Committee 3. An asset to sports . . . great member of the class of ' 61 . . . seen in an MG . . . often found at the Den or the Barn. KATHLEEN MARIE MAY " Kathy " 1 Kensington Street Mosaic 2, 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Class Council 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3; Band 4. Contagious giggle . . . often seen in North Andover with Adam . . . loves to climb mountains . . . cute majorette . . . nice to everyone ... oh those big blue eyes! . . . easily embarrassed. DAVID GORDON McANERN " Dave " " Mac " ' 145 Hidden Road Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Year- book Sports Committee 4. A baseball-bas- ketball man . . . often seen in a blue ' 59 Olds ... a confused boy . . . loves parties . . . full of good advice. 42 WILLIAM ARTHUR McCARTHY " BiH " " Mac " 35 Chandler Road Baseball 2, 3, 4; Football Manager 4; Track 3; Basketball 4. Likes to build model planes . . . quiet, shy type . . . good sports manager. JOHN EDGAR McCORMACK " Mickey " 119 Main Street Football 2, 3, 4; Spring Track 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 2; Winter Track 3, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. Well liked . . . great asset to the football team . . . NEVER at a loss for words . . . always where the fun is. 43 DONELDA ANN McNALLY " Donel " 140 Andover Street Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3. 4; Home Room Representative 4; Service Club 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. " Frank " . . . Quiet, but not always!! . . . likes pizza . . . enjoys bowling, skating, and dancing . . . seen in Barb ' s car every morning . . . headed for Secretarial School. DOROTHY IRENE MILLER " Dotty " 7 Rattlesnake Hill Road Nonheast Distria Concert 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3 ' Nonheast Music Festival 2, 3, 4; Mosaic Clerical Editor 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Library Assistant 4; Yearbook Clerical Editor; Students for Kennedy Committee. Always buzy . . . very efficient . . . loves music . . . likes spons . . . Northeast and All-State music member . . . Sousaphone soloist . . . always seen with Sandy . . . Future secretary. N ANDOVER SUSAN MILLER " Mill " " Sue " 1 7 Lowell Street Girl ' s Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association, President 4, Chairman 3; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Band 4; Pep Club 4; Year Book Com- mittee 4; " Students for Nixon " Republi- can Committee . . . Very mischievous . . . can ' t keep still . . . likes sports ... al- ways scheming ... is fair to everyone . . . " Good grief! " . . . has a serious side too . . . gives nice parties. ALICE JOSEPHINE MOONEY " Al " " Alice Jo " 1 2 Sutherland Street Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Class Council 2, 3; Intramural Sports 2; Ser- vice Club 4; Science Club 2; Prom Dec- oration Committee 3; Yearbook Sports Committee 4; Always joking . . . " Did you say North Andover? " . . . loves red shoes . . . very ambitious . . . flair for music . . . accomplished skiier . . . " Woody ' s " . . . future nurse. 44 I A V I MARION MORGAN Marion 5 Sutherland Street Honor Society 3, 4; Press Club 3; Girls ' Gym Team 3; Band Majorette 4; Year- book Layout Committee 4; Mosaic Copy Committee 4; Pep Club 4. You can ' t miss that long red hair . . . loves to read and swim . . . often seen debating with Pam . . . quiet spoken . . . headed for college. LYNDA EILEEN MULLER Lynda 49 Whittier Street Service Club 2, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Library Aide 3. They say red hair means trouble, huh?? . . . bowling . . . future hairdresser . . . spaghetti, where!! CHRISTOPHER LAWRENCE MULLER, JR. " Larry " 119 High Plain Road Student Council 2; Gym Team 2; Varsity Club 2; Weight Lifting Club 4. An out; doorsman, hunts, camps, fishes . . . future plans: to fulfill his military obligations. JEAN CLAIRE MURNANE Jean 246 Andover Street Band 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. Enjoys skating and skiing . . . umm, pizza! . . . very quiet . . . will make a swell secretary. 45 DONNA NICOLL Donna 47 High Plain Road Pep Club 3. Busy girl at Elm Farm beautiful dark hair . . . quiet . . tractive. at- DAVID JAMES MURPHY " Dave " " Murph " 288 River Road Basketball Manager 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3. Always fooling . . . talking . . . good at spreading chalk dust . . . such big eyes . . . good worker. ANNE TRINITA O ' CONNOR " Honey " 5 1 Magnolia Avenue Red Cross Representative 4; Home Room Treasurer 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Head of Dance Committee 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 2, 3; Girls ' Sports 2, 3; Girls ' Sports Year- book Committee 4; Honorable Mention in Science Fair 3. Always happy . . . " Hi! " . . . inexhaustible energy . . . wonderful athlete . . . " In my opinion, Mr. Hixon! " . . . Bob . . . Collegiate dresser. SCOTT VINCENT MURRAY " Scotty " " Cretan " 15 Stevens Circle Gym Team 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Golf Team 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 4; Year- book Committee 4; Choral Society 4; Boys ' Glee Club 4. Likes gym team . . . terrific sense of humor . . . loves to tumble on the beach . . . always smiling . . . flirtatious ... a good sport. 46 CATHERINE O ' SHEA " Cathy " 11 Williams Street Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2; Mosaic staff 2, 3, 4; Class Council 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Cheer- leader 4; Varsity Club 4. Andover Shop . . . swimming coach . . . skier . . . most col- legiate dresser . . . " Don ' t sweat the small stuflF " . . . plans to be a nurse. BARBARA JEAN PACHECO " Chico " 2 Fletcher Street Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 4; Service Club 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4. Drives a cool ' 56 Mercury . . . favorite hobby is bowling . . . loves cats . . . . often seen in the office of Elm Farm . . . and with Danny. 47 MARIAN IRENE PACHT Marion 40 Rocky Hill Road Girls ' Intramural Sports 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 4, point recorder 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Students for Nixon Committee, Co- chairman 4; Blue Devil 4; Service Club 4; Yearbook Committee 4; Mosaic 4; Girls ' Exhibition Gym Team 4; Girls ' Varsity Basketball 4. Good in sports . . . always seen at the games . . . Red Sox fan . . . lots of school spirit . . . friendly. JUDITH CAROL PARSHLEY " Judy " 64 Morton Street Red Cross 2; Band 2; Head Majorette 3, 4; Sophomore Prom Server 2; Belmont Music Festival 2; Woburn Music Festival 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Class Assembly 3; Political Assembly 4; Student Guide 4; Student Council National Delegate 3; Na- tional Delegate of E.M.D.S. 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4. Rather quiet, but full of sparkle ... an efficient C.Y.O. officer . . . lively head majorette . . . has done a lot for Student Council . . . Kath- erine Gibbs next year . . . Best of luck in the future to a really wonderful person. DONALD JOHN PETRIE " Don " 53 Bartlet Street Baseball 2. Quiet boy . . . avid baseball fan . . . likes sausages . . . found working after school. NANCY DALE PEARSON Nancy 8 Maple Avenue Cheerleader 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Music Committee 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4. Lively . . . always smiling . . . " boys where? " . . . cute . . . Miss " Happy-Go- Lucky " . JAMES PIGEON " Pidge " 38 Main Street Gym Team 2, 3, Co-captain 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Spring Track 4. Quiet ... has a great build . . . gym team enthusiast ... an asset to the foot- ball team. HENRY JOSEPH PERONT Henry 440 Lowell Street Chess Club 3; Math Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Science Assembly 4; Weight Lift- ing Club 4. A math whiz . . . and a sci- ence fan . . . good worker ... a swell friend . . . bashful but intelligent. 0 -n — cu a 48 ABBIE-JANE POORE ■ " Ab " 199 Chestnut Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Class Coun- cil Representative 2, 3; Advanced Choir 4; Northeast Music Festival 2, 4; Prom Queen ' s Committee 3; A(o « c Home Room Representative 3, 4; The ivy-league kid . . . beautiful hair . . . always laughing . . . Bill . . . loves to ski . . . an asset to advanced choir . . . nifty with the needle . . . very popular. DENNIS VERNE PORTER " Den " 57 Memorial Circle Baseball 2, 3, 4; Home Room Representa- tive 3; Football 4; Weight-lifting Club 4; Varsity Club 4; Real cute . . . quiet . . . likes hockey, not girls . . . fun to be witTi . . . always willing to lend a helping hand. PAMELA SUZANNE PRENDERGAST " Pam " 64 Spring Grove Road Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Server 2; Vocal Award 2, 3; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Sextet 2, 3; Belmont Music Festival 2; Woburn Music Festival 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Choral Sociery 3, 4; Band 4; Advanced Choir 3, 4; Northeast Distria Chorus 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Commit- tee 4; First Place, Barnard Essay Contest 3; Girls ' Athletic Association 3; Junior Class Assembly 3. Beautiful voice . . . very do- mestic . . . interesting speaker . . . loves to knit . . . Oh, those guys on the hill! . . . Promising future in college. SUSAN LEE RAIRIGH " Sue " Old South Lane Orchestra 2, 3; Sophomore Prom Server 2; Band 2, 3, 4; Science Fair Finalist 3; Mosaic 3, 4; Yearbook Layout Committee 4; Prom Tickets, and Invitation Commit- tee 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Northeast Music Festival 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Crea- tive Writing Club 4. Talented in music . . . active band member . . . likes skating, pizza, and " Williamsburg " . . . well-or- ganized . . . " wait until you hear about the gym test! " . . . headed for college. 49 ELIZABETH RATYNSKI " Libby " 15 Barrington Drive Orchestra 3; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Service Club 3; National Honor Society 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls ' Exhibition Gym Team 3; Band 4; Math Club 4; " Students for Kennedy " Committee 4; Science Club 3, 4; Yearbook Layout Committee 4; Crea- tive Waiting Club 4; National Merit Scholarship Contest Finalist 4; National Latin Examination Honor 3. Majorette . . . fun to be with . . . likes to read . . . sure to be successful . . . appreciates modern art . . . has a great interest in the rientific field . . . likes New York. ROBERT DAVID RAUH " Dave " " Ratch " 75 Walnut Avenue Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Gym Team 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Ring Committee 3; Orchestra 3; Cross-Country .4; Creative Writing 4. Beat poet . . . sax player . . . intellectual . . . plans to study medicine. fMV siACx-Tr) _5 tfml loq2.07 CAROL SHEILA REILLY " Reil " 131 Haverhill Street Band 2, 3, 4; Northeast Conference 2, 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Pep Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Home- room Treasurer 3- Full of fun . . . loyal supporter of the " Barn " . . . always with John . . . very pretty . . . energetic . . . " I ' ll meet you in the Library " . . . Hamp- ton Beach . . . Ambition: Airline Stewardess. CAROLYN ROBERTSON " Rob " 10 Argyle Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Northeast Music Festival 2; Ex- change Assembly 2; Sophomore Sextet 2; Prom Dance Committee 3; Ring Commit- tee 3; Science Club 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Mosaic 2, 3; Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Class Council 3. Radiant personality . . . good dancer . . . natural friendliness . . . very cute . . . Hampton Beach . . . interested in sports cars . . . nice dresser ... a sure success in nursing. 50 DIANE ELAINE RUNGE Diane 20 Fosters Pond Road Majorette 2, 3, 4. A cute majorette . . . throws a mean curve in bowling . . . loves dancing . . . very quiet . . . often seen with Larry. m Parv;. ng I LOT J KATHERINE ELEANOR ST. GERMAIN " Kathy " 32 Enmore Street Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4; Post-Prom Committee 3; Mosaic Feature Committee 3, 4; Science Club 3; Yearbook Literary Committee 4. Quite fun-loving, carefree, and tres gaie . . . " can ' t wait for gym, kids! " . . . lover of Hampton Beach . . . never a moment of silence when Kathy ' s around. ROBERT MORRISON SANDARG " Bob " " Sandy " 1 Williams Street Glee Club 4; Choral Society 4; Cross- country 4; Barnard Essay Contest 3; Mo- saic 4; Yearbook Literary Committee 4; Senior Class Play Committee 4. An im- port from Texas . . . very INDEPENDENT . . . owns a white M.G. ... a writer of gripping prose and poetry . . . those Law- rence girls! . . . plans a career in medicine or journalism after college. GWENITH ELIN SANDBERG " Wendy " 27 Chestnut Street Intramural Sports 2; Student Council 2, 4, Recording Secretary 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Junior Red Cross , Secretary 3; Mixed Choir 3; Band 3; Prom Invitation Committee 3; Cheerleader, Secretary 4; Varsity Club 4; Class Council 3; Year- book Literary Committee 4. A sincere per- son with a wonderful personality . . . liked by everyone . . . lively cheerleader . . . " Go, Devils, Go " . . . likes skiing at Sunapee . . . plans to be a nurse. 51 ELINOR SANTUCCIO " Ellie " 4 Walker Avenue Mosaic 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Council 2, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Post Prom Committee 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Junior Class Assembly 3; Yearbook Layout Committee 4; " Students for Nixon " Committee 4; Belmont Music Festival 2; Woburn Music Festival 3. Contagious smile . . . well liked . . . loves lobster . . . always happy . . . cute dimple . . . likes to flirt . . . sincere . . . one of our best majorettes . . . likes people. LESLIE ORRELL SCOTT " Les " " Scottie " 112 Pine Street Gym Team 2; Football Manager 3; Mosaic Photographic Editor 3, 4; Yearbook Pho- tography Committee 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3; Choral Society 3. Main worries are girls and photography . . . works at Look Photo . . . often seen at the " Barn " . . . The Totem Pole . . . plans to be a glamour photographer. SUSAN ELIZABETH SAVINELLI " Sue " 107 Salem Street Science Fair, Honorable Mention 3; Girls ' Athletic Association 4; Service Club 4; Science Club 4; Pep Club 4; Yearbook An Committee 4. A true and loyal friend, who always has a smile for everyone . . . loves woodcarving and swimming . . . is a wonderful skier . . . Oh! how Sue can tease. 52 DAVID GEORGE SHANTELER " Dave " 77 Haverhill Street Science Club 2. Quiet, hard worker at the Co-op ... an avid sports fan . . . plans to enter the Navy . . . real cute in his uniform . . . Good luck in the Navy. CAROLANN SHAW " Carol " 88 Nonh Main Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2. Jet black hair . . . bright green eyes . . . loves a good jam session . . . often working at Elm Farm . . . just loves pizza and U. S. History . . . hopes to become an airline hostess. lij V V V « k i Eln FARM SALLY LOW SHERMAN " Sal " " Louie " 14 Love jay Road Band 4; Orchestra 4; Northeast Music Festival 4. A " down-Mainer " . . . sales- girl at Woolworth ' s . . . has added much ' to our band . . . crazy driver . . . plays the guitar . . . Maine bound. JANET MARCIA SHERRY " Jan " 127 Andover Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 4; Choral Society 4; Yearbook Clerical Com- mittee 4. Well organized . . . Elm Farm worker . . . " Hey Sherry! " . . . plans to attend secretarial school. 5 o i 1 SHococqse DONNA LEE SHIEBLER " Dona " 29A Maple Avenue Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4, Showcase Comminee Chairman 3; Mosaic 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4. Oh, those summers in Maine! . . . Dickie . . . will she ever get her license? . . . plans to become a nurse . . . will be succeessful . . . Woolworth ' s best worker. 53 MALCOLM EDWARD SKINNER, JR. " Ed " 67 Walnut Avenue Science Club 2, 3, 4; Boys ' Sports 2, 3; Math Club 4. Spends much time at the Physics Lab ... a real devotee of science . . . " elementry " . . . plans to study pho- tography in college. DANIEL SIMARD " Danny " 8 Topping Road Football 2; Science Club 2. Drives around in a gray Volkswagon . . . Hockey . . . Hockey . . . Hockey . . . Rita . . . Plans to be a draftsman. ARTHUR WAYNE SMITH Wayne 47 Rattlesnake Hill Road Student Council 2; Class Council 3; Bas- ketball 2; Dance Committee 2. Ski en- thusiast . . . Oh, that hair! . . . What ' s the secret, Wayne . . . loves sports cars, skiing, and girls — what else?. ' ! JANE SIMEONE Jane 15 Cheever Circle Class Council 2, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Spons 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3; Student Council 3; Choral Society 3, 4; Advanced Choir 3, President 4; Cheerleader 4; Varsity Club 4. " Honest and trul-l-ly! " . . . North Andover . . . always wears her charm bracelet . . . plans to attend Chandler. 54 VIRGINIA ANNE SNYDER " Ginny " 93 Maple Avenue Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Press Club 2; Junior Class Assembly 3; Northeastern Distria Band 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Science Fair 2, 3; Yearbook Advertise- ment Committee 4. Pretty . . . hardwork- ing . . . has a sweet smile for everyone . . . very active in Student Council . . . cute giggle . . . lots of fun. VAYNE SEATON STANWOOD, III Vayne 170 Elm Street Interestd in radio and elearonics . . . hard worker at the Lawrence YMCA . . . Future plans : elearical engineering. BARBARA ELIZABETH SOREFF " Barbie " 75 High Plain Road Pep Club 3; Service Club 3, 4; Home Room Treasurer 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 3; Mosaic 4; Varsity Club 4;. Cheerleader 4. " I ' m hungry " . . . enjoys ice skating, swimming, tennis . . . The Den . . . ambition: medical secretary. C 6 MAUREEN SULLIVAN " Mo " 68 Morton Street Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Mosaic 3, 4; Yearbook Clerical Committee 4; Home Room Representative of the Pep Club 3, 4. Lots of fun . . . knows every- body . . . always laughing . . . well liked . . . always has a earful . . . loves " open house " parties . . . often seen at the Den . . . good matchmaker . . . everyone ' s " Dear Abby. " 55 FERNANDA MARGARET TAYLOR " Nan " 95 Central Street Band 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Mosaic 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Northeast Music Festival 3; Advanced Choir 3, 4. Talented in music . . . plans to teach music . . . likes skating . . . New York . . . another Einstein? JUDITH ROSS SUTTON " Judy " " Sootie " 204 Chestnut Street Class Council 2, 3; Dance Committee 2; Mosaic 2, 3; Junior Red Cross 4; Prom Queen ' s Committee 3; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4. What a cautious Driver . . . wears her hair a different way every day . . . " B. B. " and Lowell . . . tremendous wardrobe . . . full of fun . . . loves to eat. ELEANOR RUTH THOMPSON " Ellie " 6 Howell Drive Service Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3. Oh, those gym exercises, cha, cha, cha! . . . likes skating and receiving letters . . . favorite place is York Beach . . . those crazy 3-D sand- wiches! . . . Skis at Stowe . . . paints. 1 DOROTHY ANN SWENSON " Dottie " 127 Summer Street Pep Club 2; Dance Committee 2. Dottie is a girl of diverse interests, from dancing to sewing . . . Will make a good house- wife. 56 L a JAMES WILLIAM THOMSON " Jimmy " 11 Bartlet Street Purposeful and sincere . . . likes working on cars . . . future " Wentworth Institu- tion boy. " SUSAN IRENE TOWNSEND " Sue " 35 Essex Street Band 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Prom Dec- oration Committee 3. Sue enjoys roller skating, horseback riding and Jimmy . . . plans to attend art school. NANCY MAE TIBBETTS Nancy 38 Walnut Avenue Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 4; Junior Red Cross 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2; Yearbook Sport ' s Committee 4. Everyone knows Nancy . . . always fool- , ing . . . bobbing pony-tail . . . frequently found at the " Barn " and the Den . . . loves pizza and cokes. JAMES TSEPAS " Jim " 2 McKenny Circle Gym Team 3, Co-captain 4; Golf Team, Captain 3, 4; Service Club 3; Yearbook Photography Committee 4. Terrific gym- nast and golfer . . . " them things " . . . has a red motor-bike . . . " let ' s get those mats away " . . . interested in photography. 57 BEVERLY JOYCE TURNER " Bev " 10 Turner Circle Class Council 2; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Junior Red Cross 3, 4; Press Club. A busy worker . . . soft spoken . . . what a beauti- ful voice . . . Rainbow Girls . . . David. • NDie C700R05 HAMO WOVCN TRKDIHONAL BLEEDING COLO0R5 ELLEN MARIE TWOMEY Ellen 151 Hidden Road Pep Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Band 4; Prom Invitation Committee 3; Mosaic 3; Girls ' Intramural Sports 3. That Ipana smile! . . . extremely ticklish . . . friendly . . . hard worker . . . the majorette with that " extra something " . . . loves the beach. SUZANNE LOUISE WENNIK " Sukie " 14 Lucerne Drive Service Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; Dance Committee Chairman 2; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Prom Decoration Chairman 3; Student Council 3; Class Council 4; Social Com- mittee Chairman 3, 4; Student Guide 4; Yearbook Photography Committee 4; Prom Queen ' s Court 3. Always on the go . . . popular and peppy . . . " Oh Dear . . . " . . . motto: better late than never! never a dull moment with Sue . . . " Did you say Lawrence Academy ? ' ' CYNTHIA MARTINI TURTON " Cindy " 8 Windsor Street Homeroom Treasurer 2, 3; Class Council 2; Girls ' Glee Club 3, 4; Service Club, Vice President 3, 4; Red Cross Representa- tive 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Mosaic 3; Dance Committee, Class Social Committee 2. The only girl in the school with her own Manini . . . likes dancing, parties, clothes . . . has a terrific personality ... a bright smile for everyone. 58 NANCY ALICE WHITWORTH " Nancie " 21 Shipman Road Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Moja;c 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Girls ' Intramurals 2; Class Council 2, 3; Prom Decorating Commit- tee 3; Yearbook Advertising 4. Attraaed to " red hair " . . . Oh, those eyes . . . willing chauflFeur . . . Hampton Beach . . . " Guess what? " . . . another nurse. JOHN FRANK WILLIAMS, JR. Frank 9 Howell Drive Quite a drummer . . . likes to work with cars . . . transfer from Woodbury High . . . great jazz fan. JUDITH ANN WILCOX " Judy " 28 Boutwell Road Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Society 3, 4; Mosaic 3; Pep . Club 3; Library Assistant 4. Quiet . . . light, blonde hair . . . oh! those sundaes . . . very petite . . . soft, soft voice. MARGARET ANN WILLIAMSON " Peggy " 6 Florence Street Band 2, 3, 4; Northeast District Band 2, 3, 4; Mosaic 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; Orcheestra 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Athletic Association 4; Yearbook Layout Committee 4; Math Club 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Barnard Essay Contest Winner, 2nd Prize 3; National Merit Scholarship Contest, Finalist 4; Science Fair, Hon- orable Mention 3; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; History Award 2. Beautiful red hair . . . what a giggle . . . Oh, those last period French classes! . . . intelligent . . . sure to be a success ... a lot of fun to be with. 59 PETER FRANK WINN " Pete " 4 Memorial Circle Gym Team 2. Class Clown . . . likes to beep his horn on Monon Street . . . goes everywhere with Nanq . . . likes to hunt . . . has a real sharp sports coat . . . friendly . . . often seen in a blue Ford. GEOFFREY RAYMOND WILLIG " Geof 36 Mary Lou Lane Gym Team 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2; Glee Club 2; Science Club 2; Cross-Country 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, 4; Post Prom Enti :£ain- ment Committee 3; Math Club 4; Year- book Layout Committee 4. Smart . . . What would Trig be without Geof? . . . a muleskinner during the summer . . . that sneer . . . emotiopal . . . party boy . . . college. JUDY ELAINE WRIGHT Judy 293 Salem Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; School Service Com- mittee Chairman 4; Red Cross Council 2; Prom Decoration Committee 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 2; Yearbook Art Committee 4. Fabulous wardrobe and many coiffures . . . great supporter of school dances . . . who says Judy ' s quiet? . . . headed for fashion career. DONNA JEAN WILSON Dotma 27 Corbett Street Service Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Band 2; Junior Red Cross 2, 3; Prom Queen ' s Comminee 3; Choral So- ciety 3; Dance Committee 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Yearbook Literary Editor 4. Always at Central . . . pretty eyes . . . flirt! . . . " Come on, come on. " . . . new hair styles . . . cute smile . . . " Did someone say Proaor Academy? " 60 PAMELA JANE YANCY " Pam " 70 North Main Street Girls ' Sports 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls ' Glee Club 4. Terrific athlete . . . soft spoken . . . very sincere . . . industrious . well liked by all . . . may all your ambitions be fulfilled, Pam. VIRGINIA LUCRETIA CARGILL " Ginny " 5 7 Carmel Road Service Club 2, 3, 4; Class Council 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 2; Mosaic 2, 3; Girls ' Glee Club 3; Choral Society 3; Prom Decoration Committee 3. Enjoys reading and swimming . . . pretty blond hair . . . avid corn-on-the-cob fan . . . quiet? CAROL EVELYN ZINK Carol Chester Street Quiet and rather reserved, but yet when you get to know her . . . likes sailing . . .- skiing . . . especially likes Brown Uni- versity! . . . waiting for the train on week- ends . . . will make a wonderful nurse. AGNES MARIE DRISCOLL Marie 39 Morton Street Pep Club 4; Service 3, 4; Prom Commit- tee 3; Girls ' Glee Club 4. Domestique type . . . friendly ' Hi " . . . full of laughs . . . busy mail route from Andover to Bowdoin . . . Happy Hampton! 61 ARTHUR EDWARD ANDREW ■Wren " 38 Clark Road Sincere . . . hard working? . . . enjoys hockey . . . often seen at the Shawsheen Luncheonette. VINCENT LAWRENCE BELPEDIO " Vinnie " 92 Gould Road Football 2; Basketball 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4. That never-ending eagerness for a good time . . . that ' s an accent? ? • . . . hardly ever at a loss for words . . . subtle sense of humor . . . Carol. DONALD JOHN DeGIOVANNI " Don " 12 Moreland Avenue Dreamer . . . likes World History . um, that T-Bird . . . charming serenity. EDWARD JAMES MADDEN " Ed " 15 Elm Street A transfer from Central who likes french fries and coke . . . Howard Johnson ' s. GEORGE WILLIAM MILLER George 18 Fletcher Street Oh, those turtleneck sweaters . . . has a real wild motorcycle . . . you can hear George coming a mile away . . . drove to Florida on his bike . . . quiet but friendly. DANIEL JAMES O ' TOOLE " Aldo " " Danny " 7 Carlisle Street Mosaic; Homeroom Representative 2. Races motorcycles . . . enjoys skiing . . . gen- erally quiet, but watch out!! 62 STEPHEN WHITNEY " Steve " 4 Hidden Field Gym Team 4; Mosaic 3; Red Cross Coun- cil 4; Boys ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Choral So- ciety 3, 4. Cool dresser . . . way out . . . " Did you say girls? " . . . " Beat " . LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT Friends, Faculty, and classmates: you have been summoned here on this June day as beneficiaries under the last will and testament of the class of 1961 of Andover High School, Andover, Massachusetts. Be it remembered that we, the Class of 1961, of Andover High School, Town of Andover, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, being of sound mind and disposing memory, do hereby make this our last will and testament, revoking all wills by us at any time heretofore made. ... To all underclassmen, the Seniors will final exams and these words: " " though this be madness there is method in it. " Louise Blanke leaves her cellar to any underclassman who has the stamina to have an " open house. " Pam Prendergast leaves all the cute PA boys to any underclass- man able to find them. To Wendy Williams goes Wendy Sandberg ' s soft (. ' ) cheering voice. Judy Parshley leaves her expired one-way ticket to Wisconsin to Pat Roberge. To Peter Lichtenberger, compliments of Elizabeth Ratynski, goes one ticket of admission to the Guggenheimer Art Museum. Faith Batchelder leaves her nick name " " Boom-Boom " to next year ' s head drummer in the Band. Ray Bisbee has graciously concented to give his " " Bee " to Dick " " Buzz " . Susan Savanelli leaves her " " Trig " and Physics books to anyone daring enough to want them. Judy Sutton leaves her purple colotte to the Easter Bunny. Larry Bretts leaves his interest in Nature to Dick Brown — who is already interested in it. Nancie Whitworth bestows her cheering jump to the basketball team. To Mr. Hixon goes Jane Simeone ' s red bear coat. Ginny Snyder leaves her silver bongos to some junior boy who needs them desperately. " Rene ' Loew leaves the Driver Ed car in one piece! Alice Jo Mooney bequeaths her red shoes to Sally Wallace. Steve Goodman leaves his swingin " saddle shoes to T. K. Clarke. Barbara Soreff bestows her small appetite upon the next hungry Junior. Attention! Going out of business . . . Mo Sullivan ' s Taxi Ser- vice. Old passengers must now register with Donna Dimmock. Kathy May leaves to her sister Dianne two more years at A.H.S. Nancy Pearson wills her pocketbook to any Junior girl who thinks she can lift it. Carol Logan leaves wearing David Noyes combat boots. Ginny Cargill leaves her gymnastic abilities to her brother, who she thinks really needs them. Joan LeGendre leaves her second grade class picture on the senior bulletin board. Ellie Santuccio bequeaths her North Andover boys to Ginny Neunzer, who seems to do all right on her own. Cathy O ' Shea leaves her quiet lunch habits to Mr. Whitcomb. Mr. Wyman, to you Carol Reilly leaves one long tie. Carol Heifetz leaves her saggy baggy gym suit to Charleen Moreau. Mai Sandburg will be the lucky recipient of Kathy St. Germain ' s exceptional math ability. Gordon Courts herein bequeaths his whiffle wax and comb to Joe Nedelka. Bulletin: The following seats are now available — Dick Lawson ' s slightly aged seat in Mrs. Hardy ' s room, and John Campbell ' s seat in the Library to anyone who enjoys reading National Geographic Magazines. Pam Lake leaves her ability to discuss vociferously to anyone who will support the Republican Party. Chris Fruendt bestows his German accent upon Mr. Kellmurray. Bob Sandbarg leaves his creative poetry to e. e. cummings. Ruth Hall leaves A.H.S. at 80 MPH. Frank Higgins generously consented to leave his superior height to Bob Young. Gail Grange leaves her unsophisticated hairdo to Mary Ann Pasquale. Joyce Guerin happily leaves all of her headaches to Richard Guerin (two Bufferin included). Kay Berthold leaves the obituary column in the Mosaic to any deceased bat. Bert Grundy leaves U.S. History — at last! Ginny Jensen leaves her sense of balance to the next Queen of the Prom who reigns from a swing. Kathy D ' Amore leaves her mother on the band bus. Marian Pacht wills her pitch-fork to anyone passing the Blue Devil Exam. Charlene Benedetti leaves her many contributions in advanced choir to the nearest nightengale. Diane Freedman wills her brillance in music to Mr. Gould. To Pam Thomas, Jan Bowman leaves her vibrant assortment of lipstick. Dotty Miller leaves the many hours she spent typing the yearbook and the Mosaic to anyone wanting some practice. Marion Morgan wills her low voice to any Junior with a loud voice, thinking of the combination it will make. Bill Ackerman has consented to leave all the first row, first seats he has had to Dick Zeigra. Ted Burtt leaves his snow shovel to John Barry. Geof Willig finally leaves Peggy Williamson in peace after sit- ting behind her for five years. Dave Hawkins leaves his Austin Heeley where it has been most of the year, in the repair shop. Wendy Ayer leaves A.H.S. for Maine. Ginny Bergeron leaves everything but Bert to A.H.S. Dave Currier leaves the music room to the golden voice of Chris Johnson. Arthur Mandros leaves all of the problems in Senior Science that he can ' t figure out to Mr. Wyman. Linda Buckman leaves Andover — heading for New Jersey. Jean Cady bestows her fluency in German to Hans Jochim Freundt. David Rauh leaves the sport of gymnastics to Mr. Dorsey ' s new baby. Donnie Anderson leaves her lunchtime " spice " to anybody with a connesieur ' s taste. Leslie Scott leaves the song " Little White Lies " to the sophomore girls. Susan Miller leaves Mr. Eldridge ' s home room. Barbara Buchan finally leaves the prize to Mr. Goldsmith. Sandra Jackson leaves the lunch money in the cash register. Robert Hansen departs from the Eastern Yacht Club — in one piece. Dan O ' Toole sends his gym suit to the Essex Laundromat. Dennis Porter wills his fine tooth comb to Mr. Eldridge. Ann Doherty hereby bequeaths to Peter Beaven the sum of 999,999 used " " Kennedy For President " stickers, good luck you lucky boy!! Ted Hamblet leaves first lunch — hungry! Triss Chicoine wills all her problems to Mr. Hixon. Reg Cardella leaves her 13 bangle bracelets to anyone wanting to supply sound affects. Richard DesRoches leaves a treasure map to Mr. Eldridge ' s hidden books. Lilly Disbrow leaves the bill for the dent in the Driver Ed car to any careless driver. Wayne Smith leaves nothing, he wants it all! Billy Harrison wills his " self-expression " to anyone lacking originality. John Hajjar leaves Boyd Reynolds Martha White. Donna Wilson leaves one dilapidated chemistry lab to future chemists as an example of what can be done with a little effort. Judy Wright leaves the head of the lunch table to Kenny Di- Prima. Sukie Wennik leaves her " " busy days " to the Jello Produas commercial. Peter Winn leaves " ' nothin ' to nobody. " Dick Alden wills his ability to get along with people to Jimmy Trombly. Bill Dalton leaves his conservatism to Barry Goldwater. Jon Langdell leaves his copy of ' " How to Win Friends and Ik- fluence People, " to Pete Brucatto. Sue Kenney bequeaths the 102 Nebbishes she drew for the year- book to anyone who likes to doodle. Sheppy May leaves his sensational batting average to his many proteges. Dick Bourdelais leaves his many chewed pens in the wastepaper basket. Francis Jordan leaves her bouncy walk to Barry Connors. William Bredbury leaves infinity and cancellation to Mrs. Hatch. John McCormick bequeaths his command of the English language to Mr. Kellmurray. Gary Dockray leaves his well-hidden temper to Billy Leone. Jack Clarke wills his red socks to any undecorated Christmas tree. Carol Buote leaves her ballet shoes to John Bilello. Elaine Emmons leaves for a trip around the world after being class treasurer for 3 years. We hereunto set our hands, and in the presence of those witnesses, declare this to be our last Will and Testament, on this, the nineth day of June in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and sixty-one. 63 CLASS HISTORY Friends, Romans, and Classmates: I, Nero Nem Nauseous, sole Roman mem- ber of the class of 1961, have a story to tell — an epic of my high school days at AHS. It all began on September 5, 1958, as I walked through the center doors of Andover High and was handed a road map of the school which added to my already bewildered and, in general, con- fused state. Right then and there I said to myself, Self, you need help! " So, in order to acquaint myself with this " Amer- ican Way of Life, " I joined every ac- tivity possible — well, almost. I didn ' t quite qualify for the French Club. The first money-making project of our class was a bakery sale. I tried to do my part but had an awful time. First my pottery broke, and then my campfire was completely washed out; but I finally made my contribution. I must admit though, I never could understand why my un- leavened bread didn ' t sell. Well, in spite of it all, we still made a profit. Never having attended a dance be- fore, I wanted to look especially nice for our Sophomore Class Dance. So I marched right into the office and got special permission to wear my new toga, provided it was belted of course. The school year soon ended; and rather than the usual Hampton Beach Vacation, I decided to visit my home- land of Rome. As always, vacations quickly pass and I, with my crisp Mon- golian moon tan, returned to school and my friends. My Junior year proved to be quite an eventful one. In October I received my first detention slip. This was because of the day that everybody came to school dressed as a Beatnik, and it was just my luck to get caught wearing my black opentoed sandals! Another first was an unusual bomb scare. While everyone filed out of the school in a state of bewilderment, I calm- ly sat in the auditorium fiddling " Who ' s Sorry Now " in D flat minor. Then there was our Junior Class as- sembly which was enjoyed by all. A spe- cial added attraction was my vigorous oration on Cicero. By this time our class rings had ar- rived and everyone was proudly display- ing his; everyone except me that is. Honestly, the price of going steady! Cleopatra absolutely insisted that I send mine to her immediately! Finally Prom time arrived. Our theme was Song of the South. " The decora- tions were really beautiful, and the whole evening was a complete success. I, for one, put forth my best eflForts. I began by sending my mobile to the chariot wash and then by ordering the best olive-leaf corsage that I ' ve ever seen. But alas, all good things must come to an end, and that night was no exception. At exactly 3:15 A.M., which was the or- dered curfew time for all, my horse Ceasar ran out of hay. It was a good thing I had a reserve bale! After that adventure I decided it was time to send Ceasar away on a summer vacation, mainly to rest up for Big Ben ' s chariot race. Our Senior year held many new ad- ventures for all. My greatest accomplish- ment was reaching Latin IV. During this year there were many firsts. One was a three-day visit by an evaluation committee, another was a Kennedy-Nixon election rally, and a third was the new AHS parking lot sticker. Of course, having a convertible style chariot, I had to locate mine on Ceasar ' s bit. He didn ' t seem to appre- ciate that too much. Meanwhile, back at the Colosseum, our football team, headed by Jack Clarke and Dick Bourdelais, won the " Little Three " , and our track team, headed by John McCormick, won the class " D " championship, and, not to be outdone, Ceaser won the chariot race. Our final days, full of activity, passed quickly. The class play, class picnic. Senior chapel, class night, and finally our solemn graduation marked the end of the three wonderful years our class of 1961 spent at AHS. Senior Superlatives SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL R. Bourdelais, A. May, E. Emmons, J. Bowman, R. Alden, J. Clarke, C. O ' Shea, V. Jensen, J. LeGendre, J. Simeone, G. Davis. Missing: S. Wennik. RING COMMITTEE Left to right, first row: B. Buchan, H. Dennison, V. Bergeron, C. Robinson, A. Loew, K. Cronin. Left to right second row: R. Carlson, R. Bisbee, W. Acker- man, W. Dalton, D. Rauh. PROM PLANNING BOARD Left to right, seated: N. Cole, G. Grange, G. Dockray, V. Jensen, J. Clarke. Standing: R. Cardella, J. Chap- man, E. Emmons, C. Buote, A. Comeau. Missing: S. Wennik. CLASS OF 1962 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: J. O ' Reilly, M. Sandberg, M. Zink, R. Dubocq, D. Howe. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 2 Left to right, first row: W. Blackman, B. Aucterlonie, J. Bra- vacos, M. J. Britton, P. Andrews. Second row: J. Basset, J. Allen, N. Baker, M. Barrett, M. Bailey. Third row : C. Brown, M. Azarian, W. Bobek, W. Butler. Fourth row: J. Bamford, P. Beaven, J. Barry, N. Boulduck, J. Birman. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 4 Left to right, first row: D. Dim- mock, M. DeStaffany, F. Duguid, V. Dufton, J. Davis. Second row: D. Cadarias, K. DiPrima, E. Doig, P. Cetlin. Third row: B. Dilendik, B. Dominque, P. Corey, R. Dubocq, M. Callahan. Fourth row: P. Doyle, T. Collins, D. Churchill, G. Chadwick, J. Doyle. Fifth row: T. Carr, T. Clark, R. Close, R. Collins, J. Carey. 75 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 12 Left to right, first row: R. Eslie, L. Grace, F. Galber, J. Henderson. Second row: L. Haradon, M. Her- bert, S. Godden, K. Gaudet. Third row: J. Greenwood, J. Dugerian, H. Freundt, A. Dulong. Fourth Row: D. Houle, T. Flaherty, D. Howe, C. Heseltine, R. Glennon. Fifth Row: J. Goddard, F. Harrison, R. Estell, R. Edgar, D. Dunn. Sixth Row: M. Hutchings, T. George, J. Ely, R. Goldthwaite, J. Harding. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 14 Left to right, first row: J. Loosigian, J. McCanhy, D. Kacynski, P. May, C. McKeon, K. Leverroni, C. Masse. Second row: D. Mellett, J. Majeri- son, E. Kenney, N. Lynch, L. Mac- Causland. Third row: N. Leahy, R. Karlis, H. Libby, B. Lavin, J. Mc Kinnon. Founh row: L. McKittrick, P. Lichtenberger, G. Larabee, W. Killpatrick, W. Leone. Fifth row: J. McGilvray, F. Meyers, J. Merrill, F. McBride, R. McLean. 76 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 19 Left to right, first row: M. A. Pas- quale, J. Murray, J. Mikulewicz, E. Robbins, E. Murphy, D. Minzner. Second row: R. Northup, R. Miller, R. Reed, R. Peront, R. Morgan. Third row: S. Morris, P. Roberge, G. Pelletier, P. Romeo, R. Nichols. Fourth Row: P. Newton, D. Peter- son, V. Perry, C. Ratynski, H. Pet- zold. Fifth row: J. O ' Reilly, R. Read, B. Reynolds, J. Popielarski, G. Porter. Sixth row: R. Morgan, R. Nieberdowski, J. Nedelka, B. Mot- tolo, D. Richards. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 20 Left to right, first row: L. Watters, P. Webb, B. Webb, M. Steel, P. Webb, M. White. Second row: G. Strong, S. Webb, B. Souter, M. Zink. Third Row: T. Watson, K. Trott, M. Ronan, S. Wallace, K. Tricynski. Fourth Row: M. Sand- berg, S. Whitney, A. Savinelli, J. Workman, D. Towne. Fifth row: D. Smeltzer, R. Sheaff, J. Weeks, D. Thompson, R. Wescott. Sixth row: R. Young, W. Roversi, R. Ziegra, J. Smeltzer, G. Snow. r 77 CLASS OF 1963 SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: K. Warner, D. Maruzzi, R. Busby, J. Groleau, V. jpitzgerald. 78 J. Seamans R- Cargill SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 6 Left to right, first row: S. Auchterlonie, L. Baker, M. Berger, S. Ander- son, L. Brouillard. Second row: K. Ammon, N. Campbell, D. Boucher, J. Boulanger, P. Allen. Third row; R. Boddy, F. Bloom, F. Bleszenski, D. Armstrong. Fourth row: C. Burleigh, M. Barry, M. Anderson, D. Brouck. Fifth row: H. Bucklitch, B. Bronk, G. Bentley, C. Allen, C. Allen, C. Anderson. Sixth row: L. Beam, J. Ball, R. Busby, R. Brown, D. Auchterlonie. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 11 Left to right, first row: D. DuFault, J. Clegg, R. Carney. Second row: J. Decon, N. Drouin, G. Dufton, R. Clark. Third row: J. Carpertier, D. Cronin, C. Comeau, N. Driscoll. Fourth row: W. Chicoine, D. Chadwick, C. Durgerian, E. Clark, A. Cutiechia. Fifth row: P. Coates, N. Destaffany, J. Drinkhall, K. Emerson, J. Craig. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 13 Left to right, first row: N. Hart, J. Groleau, N. Inman, J. Furtado, E. Hall. Second row: G. Fitzgerald, C. Gallant, N. Hall, G. Hutchings, D. Howard. Third row: E. Garrison, K. Hayden, G. Hail, R. Guerin, J. J. Haggerty. Fourth row: D. Gaudett. SOPHOMORE BIOLOGY ROOM Left to right, first row: S. Lundergan, gan, C. Johnson, J. Leadbetter, J. Lebo, C. Locke. Second row: S. Lynch, B. Johnson, M. Levesque, B. Killpatrick. Third row: E. Lanni, B. Jensen, E. Jesuit, S. Levi, D. Lete. Fourth row: D. Lermond, J. Kryzyn- ski, B. Low, R. Keith, R. Keith. Fifth row: G. Killorin, L. Jonier, K. Lynch, A. Johnson, P. Luedke. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 16 Left to right, first row: R. Murphy, S. Nunzer, P. Noury, H. Mills, R. Malloy. Second row: J. Maclnnis, G. Moro, J. Neal, L. Paolino, S. New- combe. Third row: E. Madden, G. Martin, B. McCafferty, M. Miller, D. Day. Fourth row: J. O ' Gannor, C. Murphy, J. Nicholas, M. Milliken, D. Machen. Fifth row: E. O ' Toole, K. Mailloux, D. Noyes, B. Mac Fayden, R. Meinelt. 80 SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 21 Left to right, first row: H. Rehe, C. Symons, T. Sukler, S. Stowell, S. Sewart, C. Poirier, S. Rockwood. Second row: G. Reinhart, N. Parker, M. Stansfield, P. Richardson, L. Stackhouse. Third row: G. Stewart, K. Sheey, M. Prevics, J. Seamens, E. Penold. Fourth row: I. Stowers, G. Street, H. Riddle, W. Stocks, D. Robertson, A. Robb. Fifth row: R. Partridge, J. Reilly, J. Pike, B. Schwartz, M. Smith. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 22 Left to right, first row: D. Town send, P. Thomas, A. Thompson, W Williams. Second row: V. Tsepas, P Thompson, C. Wojtkin, M. Todt Third row: V. Wiezbowski, J Winters, G. Ward, R. Trotl, J Watson. Fourth row: H. Westbrook N. Wallace, P. Wadman, J. Wilson H. Teloh. Fifth row: H. Wright, D Whitworth, R. Van Dewoestine, J White, K. Warner. HALL OF FAME Elizabeth Ratynski Merit Scholarship Finalists Peggy Williamson Goldsmith Speaking Contest Barbara Buchan — Ronald VanDewoestine Music Award Ginny Snyder Homemaker of the Year Nancy Pearsbn D.A.R. Award Peggy Williamson Boy ' s State Jon Langdell — Rbbert Sandarg 82 Barnard Essay Contest Pam Prendergast — Peggy Williamson Representative to Good Government Day William Dalton Harvard Book Prize David Rauh CLUB PRESIDENTS STUDENT COUNCIL PRESIDENT William Dalton Elected to positions of group respon- sibility by their classmates in schools across the land, the members of student councils have built an impressive record of service in the tradition of American democracy. The experience they gain while working on these councils helps prepare them for future roles of leader- ship in their communities and nation. " These words, written by Dwight David Eisenhower, best express the main pur- pose of the Student Council citizenship in action. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Left to right: J. Bowman, B. Hinkley, P. Webb. LEADER ' S CORPS Coordinators — Left to right: J. Bowman, D. Howe. OFFICERS Left to right: W. Dalton, President; G. Dock- ray, Vice-President; D. Howe, Treasurer; J. Bowman, Corresponding Secretary; W. Sand- berg, Recording Secretary. Left to right, fir ;t row: V. Snyder, A. May, J. Parshley, G. Dockray, W. Dalton, D. Howe, J. Bowman, W. Sandberg, S. Goodman. Second row, left to right: V. Fitzgerald, P. Webb, C. Johnson, B. Hinkley, M. Pasquale, R. Dubocq, J. Colburn, D. Mellet, R. Alden, M. Sandberg, V. Neuenyer, M. Zink, A. Thompson. Third row, left to right: D. Robertson, J. Auch- terlonie, D. Busby, J. Clarke, P. Beaven, A. Comeau, P. Lich- tenberger. 85 MOSAIC STAFF MOSAIC EDITORS Left to Right, bottom to top: First Row: M. Wil- liamson. Second Row: D. Miller, R. Dubovq. Third Row: P. Lake, K. Ber- thold. Fourth Row: R. Northrup, F. Jordan. Fifth Row: D. Howe, J. Lang- dell, L. Scott. Left to right, bottom to top: First Row: K. Berthold, M. Williamson, J. Langdell. Second Row: R. Dubocq, F. Jordan, D. Rauh. Third Row : R. Sandarg, J. Loosigian, J. Bravacos. Fourth Row: C. O ' Shea, C. Heifetz, W. Sandberg. Fifth Row: C. Becotte, L. MuUer, J. Guerin. Sixth Row: J. Dim- lich, S. Palmer, P. Thomas. Seventh Row: T. Burtt, L. Blanke, M. Enriquez. Eighth Row: J. Bowman, C. St. Germain, A. O ' Connor. Ninth Row: C. Robinson, C. Benedetti, A. Poore. First Row, Left to Right: N. Whitworth, W. Sandberg, N. Pearson, P. May, W. Williams, S. Wennik, R. Asoian, J. Langdell, R. Bourdelais, C. Moreau, S. Bernard, J. Simeone, J. Bravacos, B. Soreff, H. Petzold, C. O ' Shea. Second Row: J. Bilello, B. Reynolds, R. Alden, T. Collins, D. Howe, N. Wallace, J. Barry, J. Hajjar, G. Courts, S. Murray, R. North- rup, J. Le Gendre, A. Savinelli, V. Belpedio, J. Tsepas, J. Pigeon, J. Popielarski, K. Warner, R. Glennon, A. May, C. Heseltine, G. Dock- ray, P. Brucato, D. Rauh. Third Row: J. Lynch, T. Clark, W. Ackerman, R. Collins, M. Hutchings, J. McCormack, J. Clarke, D. Porter, F. Mc- Bride, R. Bisbee, P. Beaven, J. Merrill, R. Nabydoski, F. Meyers, W. Dalton, G. Willig, B. Connors, T. Hamblet, T. Coffman, R. Young. CLUB 87 Left to right, first row: P. Lake, D. Miller, M. Williamson, K. Berthold, Miss E. M. Smith, Advisor, S. Kenney, R. Cardella, V. Jensen, J. Auchterlonie, M. Morgan, K. Cronin, E. Ratynski. Second row: D. Rauh, J. Cady, C. Heifitz, G. Willig, P. Pren- dergast, B. Buchan, E. Santuccio, S. Murray, B. Chicoine, C. Buote. Third row: V. Perry, E. Robbins, S. Morris, M. DeStaflFany, M. MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Pasquale, J. Doyle, B. Beavan, J. Workman, R. Dubocq, L. Buck- man. Fourth row: N. Baker, M. Sandburg, D. Mellet, M. Zink, J. Weeks, D. Houle, J. Parshley, G. Sandburg, S. Rairigh. Fifth row: J. Langdell, G. Dockray, C. Freudt, H. Dennison, N. Whit- worth, F. Williams, A. Comeau, R. Alden. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The members of the National Honor So- ciety pledge to maintain their high scholastic standing, to hold as fundamental and worthy an untarnished character, to endeavor intel- ligently and courageously to be leaders and to give of themselves freely in service to others. They promise to maintain and encourage the four ideals of this organization — Character, Scholarship, Leadership and Service. In so do- ing they prove themselves worthy of member- ship in the National Honor Society. TWO YEAR MEMBERS 88 Left to right: D. Miller, P. Lake, E. Ratynski, K. Berthold, M. Morgan, V. Jensen, S. Kenney, R. Cardella, K. Cronin, M. Williamson, J. Auchterlonie. I OO 3 I ' I " |i ' |U i " I " |n |ii | n m n ' i " 1 ' ' I " H ' ! " I ' M " I " 1 " I " P ' P ' l III! 11 i JUL I Ml n ' o r. ' C 1 Y mil llHii Itim I »tn . I nm itn I tiii . nn. timi »im lliiii 1 » ItHM lim i uu» MATH CLUB Front: C. Heifitz, E. Ratynski, P. Cetlin, H. Peront, A. Comeau, S. Murray, K. Berthold, M. Wil- liamson, A. Loew. Back: R. Karlis, J. O ' Reilly, D. E esRoche, E. Jensen, S. Albiani, S. Kenney, S. Palmer, V. Jensen, G. Willig, D. Kupis, S. Goodman, D. Hould, P. Lichtenberger, H. Freundt, C. Freundt. SCIENCE CLUB Seated, front: L. Howard, K. Berthold, M. Skinner, I. Stowers, J. Doyle, S. Savinelli. Standing: J. Harding, A. Heifitz, H. Peront, D. Hawkins, L. Bretts, J. O ' Reilly, D. Kupis, R. Hansen, A. Comeau. 90 SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS Left to right: J. Wright, C. tiuote, A. Loew, S. Wennik, President; W. Sandburg, H. Petzold, A. O ' Connor. JUNIOR RED CROSS Left to right, Standing: J. Dimlich, E. Robbins, Co-chair- man, M. Sandberg, Co-chairman, V. Perry. Seated, first row: J. Sutton, A. O ' Connor, H. Dennison, E. Santuccio, J. Bassett, P. Cetlin, K. Hayden, S. RockweU. Second row: S. Whitney, S. Kenney, K. Berthold, J. Sullivan, M. Ander- son, L. Grace, M. Zink, A. May. OFFICE HELP Left to right: A. Ratynski, J. Majerison, M. Freeman, L. Muller, C. Becotte, B. Chicoine, A. Couture, J. Cady, L Disbrow. CREATIVE WRITING CLUB Left to right: J. Cady, B. Buchan, R. Cardella, R. Sandarg, D. Rauh, S. Kenney, P. Lake, R. Haradon, K. Berthold, E. Ratynski, A. Doherty, S. Rairigh, S. Morris, W. Blackman. CHESS CLUB Center: R. Wescott, President. Front Row, left to right: N. DeStaffany, G. Larabee, J. Doyle, M. Azarian. Second Row, left to right: D. Fleischli, J. Durgerian, G. Ward, L Stowers. Third Row, left to right: H. Teloh, P. Coates, G. Street, D. Churchill. 92 Senior Class Play One of the highlights of our senior year was the production and presentation of the Class play. Our aspiring dramatists rehearsed day and night to present a light comedy called " Ask Any Girl. " The cast, which included Barbara Buchan, Bob Carlson, Donnie Anderson, Francis Jor- don. Donna Jean Wilson, Bev Turner, Janice Bowman, Carolyn Robenson, Diane Freedman, Sue Wennik, Bill Dal- ton, Frank Higgins, Ellen Twoomey, Ted Burtt, and Joan LeGendre, was under the direction of Mr. Peter Soderberg. Dick Alden was chairman of the play commit- tee. Susan Kenney served as assistant to the director and Ann Doherty as Stage manager. The finished product was given on March 24th and 25 th, and needless to say, was a great success. REGINA CARDELLA GARY DOCKRAY LAY-OUT COMMITTEE Left to right, first row: M. Williamson, P. Lake, D. Bennert. Second row: S. Rairigh, E. Santuccio, G. Willig, R. Dubocq, V. Jensen. Third row: R. Haradon, M. Morgan, E. Ratynski. ART COMMITTEE 94 Center: S. Kenney. Left to right: J. Wright, C. Heifetz, D. Bouleau, K. Berthold, B. Durgerian, G. Forsythe, E. Doig, C. O ' Shea. Left to right, first row: W. Blackman, D. Wilson, R. Sandarg, D. Rauh, G. Sandberg. Second row, standing: K. St. Germaine, P. Prendergast. Second row, seated: F. Jordan, J. Parshley, J. Cady, B. Buchan. CLERICAL COMMITTEE Left to right, first row: A. Couture, E. Glorioso, C. Buote, D. Miller, S. Jack- son. Second row: F. Galber, K. Cronin, M. Sullivan, P. Butler, C. Beacotte. Third row: B. Pacheco, D. McNally, J. Sherry, S. Jackson. 95 SPORTS COMMITTEE Left to right: W. McCarthy, S. Murray, R. Bisbee, T. Burtt, C. Benedetti, A. Mooney, L. Blake, K. May, D. McAnern, J. Bowman, A. May, S. Miller, K. D ' Amore, M. Patch, G. Pellitier, N. Tibbits, J. LeGendre, A. O ' Conor. EDITOR: Janice Bowman ANDANNO STAFF EDITOR: Allan May ADVERTISING AND CIRCULATION COMMITTEE Left to right, third row: W. Ayer, L. Buckman, N. Cole, E. Emmons, C. May, V. Snyder. Second row: W. Ackerman, R. DesRoches, D. Hawkins, D. Anderson, W. Smith. First row: J. Aucterlonie, F. Batchelder, R. Alden, R. Asoian, N. Whitworth, A. Doherty, B. Soreff. Standing: J. Simeone, G. Grange, H. Dennison, T. Whatson. EDITOR: Richard Alden 96 EDITOR : Richard Asoian The annual Dean ' s Tea, given by Miss Phelan, provides an opportunity for senior girls to learn more about the problems and pleasures of higher education. Alumnae of Andover High School talked to the girls on an informal basis about their life in college. They also gave a good picture of the contrast between work at high school and college levels. The tea, besides providing an interesting after- noon, proved as always, to be most informative to all who attended. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Front row, left to right: Mr. Gould, D. Maruzzi, C. Maruzzi, D. Minz- ner, S. Anderson, C. McKean, K. Leveroni, C. Perry, G. Brown, F. Taylor, E. Chase, L. Watters, B. Souter, P. May, D. Bennert, M. Todt, S. Stewart, M. Freeman, J. Bravecos, J. Suttton, C. Turton, M. Berger, J. Haggerry, B. Durgarion, R. Eslie, S. Moreau. Second row, left to right: J. Wilcox, G. Locke, S. Gedden, E. Murphy, P. Porter, K. Swen- son, D. McNally, C. Poirieer, J. Sherry, M. Bailey, J. Magerrison, N. Driscoll, S. Stowell, J. Leadbitter, M. Levesque, D. Howard, B. Kil- patrick, S. Lundergan, J. Clegg, N. Hart, C. Johnson, K. Ammon, D. Dimmick, F. Duguid, J. Loosigian, B. Pacheco, D. Krazinski, G. Berger- on, J. Seamans, N. Parker, M. White, J. Simeone, J. Lebow, A. Thomp- son, P. Thomas, V. Fitzgerald, M. J. Britton. Third row: S. Auchter- lonie, L. Barker, P. Richardson, R. Boddy, C. Gordon, A. Citichia, L. Disbrow, B. Turner, K. St. Germain, C. Robertson, J. Murray, S. Morris, D. Freedmn, B. Soreff, W. Sandberg, M. Anderson, G. Pelletier, E. Robbins, N. Cole, S. Carroll, G. Jacobson, P. Cetlin, C. Buote, G. Forsythe, J. Chapman, J. Cady, B. Buchan, C. Benedetti, C. ReiUy, B. Macafety, S. Flagg, P. Thompson, C. Wojtkin, T. Tryzinski, S. Rock- wood, R. Nichols, S. Rockward. Fourth row: E. Doig, D. Mellett, P. Lake, R. Dubocq, T. Waters, A. J. Poore, S. Barker, J. Workman, M. Miller, M. Driscoll, P. Mulligan, E. Lanni, C. Burleigh, P. Hutchins, R. Domain, C. Dunlop, P. Newton, D. Shiebler, B. B. Bronk, S. Albiani, J. Sullivan, J. Colburn, F. Jorden, K. O ' Shea, N. Whitworth, C. Logan, R. Cardella, M. Calahan, P. Prendagast, J. Allen, J. McKinnon. 1i ' lit 1 BOYS ' GLEE CLUB Left to right, back row: H. Westbrook, T. Flaherty, J. Goddard, D. Cur- rier, J. White, J. Carlino, H. Wright, J. Harding, D. Noyes, D. Emmans, R. Raub, D. Dunn, J. Weeks. Second row: K. Warner, J. Crig, C. Hesel- tine, R. McLean, D. Machen, S. Madden, M. Sandberg, S. Whitney, R. Sandarg, R. Brown, D. Flcishley, P. Fisher, A. Dulong. Front row: A. Savanelli, F. Higgins, J. Kryzinski, P. Luedke, D. Brouck, R. Hajj, P. Wadman, D. Robertson, B. Hinkley, B. Low, S. Murray, J. Watson, Mr. Gould, direaor. 98 CAPELLA CHOIR Front Row, left to right: J. Wilcox, R. Eslie, K. Leveroni, C. Turton, L. Waiters, B. Souter, E. Chase, P. Porter, K. Swenson, B. Turner, S. Flagg, V. Bergeron, K. Ammon, S. Lundergan, M. Todt, N. Parker, F. Taylor, A. Thompson, B. Durgarian, C. Marruzzi, Mr. Gould. Second Row: D. Marruzzi, B. Pacheco, J. Cady, T. Watson, A. J. Poore, C. Logan, C. Benedetti, K. St. Germain, S. Albiani, C. Dunlop, J. Work- man, S. Barker, J. Colburn, J. Sullivan, P. Prendergast, S. Carroll, L. Disbrow, J. Simeone, M. J. Britton. Third Row: D. Mactlin, B. Hinckley, E. Madden, P. Ludkey, H. Westbrook, D. Currier, J. Carlino, H. Wright, D. Noyes, J. Coddard, D. Dunn, J. Cregg, B. Low, J. Krysynski, D. Freedman. CHORAL SOCIETY Front Row, left to right: M. White, C. Turton, B. Chase, M. Freeman, N. Parker, P. Porter, K. Swenson, J. Sherry, V. Bergeron, S. Lundengan, L. Waiters, B. Souter, M. Todt, N. Taylor, K. Leveroni. Second Row, left to right: Mr. Gould, direaor; C. McKean, S. Godden, P. May, D. Freedman, C. Logan, S. Carroll, J. Colburn, R. Dubocq, S. Barker, S. Albiani, S. Palmer, C. Dunlop, D. Shiebler, B. Domangue, J. Work- man, J. Sullivan, P. Prendergast, A. Poore, M. Anderson, S. Morris, J. Cady, B. Pacheco, V. Brown, R. Eslie, J. Wilcox. Third Row, left to right: D. Marruzzi, A. Thompson, B. Dungarian, J. Brittan, K. Ammon, P. Thompson, S. Flagg, A. Dulong, J. Watson, P. Wadman, D. Robert- son, R. Brown, R. Sandarg, S. Whitney, B. Low, H. Westbrook, K. Warner, D. Brouck, S. Murray, F. Higgins, A. Savinelli, J. Murray, B. Turner, L. Disbrow, J. Bravacos, J. Simeone, C. Marruzzi. Fourth Row, left to right: j. Krysynski, B. Hinkley, P. Fisher, D. Flcischli, D. Machen, M. Sandberg, J. Weeks, T. Flaraghty, D. Emmons, D. Currier, D. Noyes, J. Calino, H. Wright, J. Hardmg, J. White, D. Rough, J. Goddard, D. Dunn, J. Cregg, E. Madden, C. Heseltine, R. Hajj, P. Ludkey. 99 ORCHESTRA Back row, left to right: L. Stackhouse, D. Towne, C. Zink, Mr. E. Gregoli, B. Lynch, C. Lynch, E. Kenney, J. Bilelio, B. Grant. First row: N. Inman, V. Hall, R. Matallo, A. Doherty, J. Miller, J. Brunell. THE ALL GIRL BAND 100 Pat " THE FOUR OUT FRONT " Ginny EUie Triss THE ALL GIRL BAND MAJORETTES. Back row, left to right: K. Holier, S. Miller, E. Ratynski, E. Tomey, E. Clarke, M- Morgon, P. Pren- dergast, A. Loew, K. May. Second row: E. Santuccio, B. Chicoine, P. Leszcynski, V. Bergeron. First row: V. Jen- sen, J. Parshley. Mrs. Miriam McArdle Direaor of Music NORTHEAST BAND MEMBERS Peggy, Dotty, Ginny ALL-STATE BAND HEAD COLOR GUARD Dotty Kathy 101 HEAD MAJORETTES Ginny and Judy iii I ii SENIOR BAND MEMBERS. Third row, left to right: J. Mur- nane, A. Mooney, S. Kenney, A. Doherty. Second row, left to right: S. Townsend, E. Lynch, D. Miller, S. Rairigh, J. Cady. First row: J. Dimlich, K. D ' Amore, M. Williamson, V. Snyder. FOOTBALL After a poor start the Blue Devils won three of their last four games. The team won the Little Three championship defeating Methuen 28-6, and North Andover 18-8. Co-captains Jack Clarke and Dick Bourdelais were outstanding players all season. Bour- delais led the team in scoring and Clarke was the top player on defense. Coach Richard Collins ' Ma- rine training program was said to have been a key factor in the team ' s mid-season turn-about. Guard John Popielarski and quarterback Ray Col- lins were elected co-captains for the 1961 season. They both were elected to the Little Three All-Star team along with Jack Clarke, Dick Bourdelais, John McCormick, Gary Dockray, and Jon Langdell. Left to right, first row: W. McCarthy, P. Brucato, B. Reynolds, R. Naby- dowski, J. McCormick, J. Langdell, G. Dockray, W. Ackerman, D. Cur- rier, D. Anderson, W. Dalton, J. Clarke, R. Bourdelais, A. May, J. Pigeon, D. Porter, J. Lynch, T. Hamblet, Coach, Wilbur Hixon. Second row: J. McGilvry, M. Smith, J. Trombley, D. Machen, D. Noyes, J. Ely, R. Close, T. Collins, N. Wallace, G. Larbbee, J. Merril, J. Popalarski, J. Bilello, R. Collins, J. Uarry, M. Hutchins, F. Meyers, B. Connors, J. Winters, Coach, Richard Collins, A. Retelle, D. Bisset. Third row: H. Westbrook, R. Reed, D. Moreau, R. Hajj, T. Auchtelonie, R. Brown, E. Madden, K. Warner, P. Wadman, T. Coffman, B. Hinkley, R. Whit- worth, M. Barry, J. White, B. Schwartz, G. Hurst, B. McFadden. CO-CAPTAINS: Jack Clarke, Dick Bourdelais. BASKETBALL Although it did not win many games, the Basketball team showed marked improve- ment in the second half of the season. With the exception of Captain Ray Bisbee, the starting lineup consisted of sophomores. Jim White, Ray Bisbee, and George Chetson consistently scored in double figures. Next year with a more experienced team, Coach Will Hixon is expecting to have a much more successful season. Left to right, first row: D. MacAnern, T. Burtt, R. Bisbee, J. Davis, T. Coffman. Second row: Coach Wilbur Hixon; Manager, W. McCarthy; R. DesRoches, P. Beaven, J. Doyle, R. Busbee, R. Collins, P. Fisher, and Manager, J. Burman. TRACK WINTER TRACK TEAM. Standing, left to right: W. Ackerman, R. Asoian, D. Bourdelais, J. Langdell, J. Mcgiirive, R. Close, J. Popalarski. Kneeling, left to right: F. Harrison, G. Larbee, W. Dalton, J. McCormick, J. Clarke, D. Churchill, G. Chadwick. Under the excellent coaching of Dick Collins, track has de- veloped into the most successful sport at Andover High School. Last spring, the track team was the Little Three Champion, and tied for first place in the Andover Invitational track meet. This past winter the team won the State Class D Champion- ship at Boston Garden, beating Concord who had won the Championship five straight years. Andover scored 35 points and Concord was a distant second with 19 points. At the winter State meet Captain John McCormack won the 50 yard dash, the shot put, and ran the last leg of the relay. Dick Bourdelais won the high jump and placed third in the high hurdles. Allan May was second in the 300 yard run and ran the third leg of the relay, in which Andover placed second. Jonathan Langdell placed fourth in the 300 yard run and ran the first leg of the relay. John Popielarski placed fourth in the 600 yard run and ran the second leg of the relay. Dick Asoian was second in the shot put, and Herb Westbrook was fifth in the high hurdles. Other letter winners were Bill Dalton, and Dave Churchill. Last spring John McCormack led the team in scoring with an amazing 185 points and set a new school record in the 100 yard dash with a time of 10.0 seconds. In the high jump Dick Bourdelais is the school record holder at 6 ' 1 1 2 " , the North- east Conference record holder at 5 ' 11 1 2 " , and the Little Three record holder at 5 ' 9 " . Jon Langdell is the Little Three record in the 440 at 54.4 seconds, and John Popielarski is the Little Three record holder in the 880 at 2:10.4 seconds. At the Spring State meet John McCormack was second in the 100 yard dash and fourth in the shot put. Dick Bourdelais won the high jump and placed third in the high hurdles, and Tom Clark placed fifth in the high hurdles. This spring some of the boys will probably break their own records and the team will probably enjoy another very success- ful season. 110 GYM TEAM The gymnastics team has had an excellent season this year. Under Coach Joseph Dorsey, the gym team has had a 4 won and 3 lost season. In the last meet the Andover team scored a two way victory against Framingham and Newton. Andover scored 136 points to 62 for Framingham and 36 for Newton. The team has an excellent chance of doing well in the state meet. Standing, left to right: Coach J. Dorsey, R. Miller, S. Murray, T. Auchterlonie, T. Clarke, R. Morgan, D. Rauh, R. Cargall. Kneeling, left to right: P. Leete, B. Thompson, J. Tsepes, J. Pigeon, K. Warner, R. Hastings. CROSS COUNTRY The cross country team was greatly hampered by the loss of co-captain Ray Bisbee, who underwent an emer- gency appendectomy in September, and was not able to compete at all. Co-captain Scott Murray, Frank McBride, and Dave Churchill all placed consistently in the meets. Under Coach Joseph Dorsey the cross-country team is look- ing ahead to a successful season next fall. Standi ng, left to right: R. Cargall, F. Harrison, R. Zeigra, T. Burtt, F. McBride, P. Beaven, R. Hast- ings. Front row, left to right; D. Churchill, J. Weeks, S. Murray, R. Bisbee, D. Rauh, J. Tsepas. SENIOR MEMBERS. Left to right: Jimmy, Scotty, Ray, Dave, Ted. BASEBALL Coach Ted Boudreau ' s baseball team is quite hopeful of rebounding from last years disappointing season. Co-captains Allan May and Bill Dalton, Ray Bisbee, and Vin Belpedio are all in their third varsity seasons. Bisbee has been the ace of the pitching staff since he was a sophomore. There are seven returning regular players from last year ' s team. The baseball team will play 20 games; the first April 19th and the last June 3rd. Standing, left to right: D. Howe, R. Collins, R. Bisbee, R. Goldwaite, D. Porter. 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