Andover High School - Andanno Yearbook (Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1964

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. !- -.RQ I , tn I 'fx ANDANNO l964 5 Andover High School Now we have sampled life, - T Seen society and civilization in school - Our education was a taste of the world! - Bitter for some, A S Savory for others, But for most it was hoth. In school, the days were longer than the years - We faced each test, H Succeeded and failed, Always learning . Until everything hecame a memory --3 Then school was over, And yet still beginning. This short span of years has presented to us Our first tastes and tests - We have started To mature, to develop, to live - This heginning has heen p The most exciting part of our lives, The most important - We have passed a landmark. This hook is only a glimpse, What really happened is in the pages of our minds This is volume one of an unjinished series. 1964 ANDANNO STAFF Editor-in-Cloief ,...... Associates ....... Iitnior Assistant Managing Editor .A.... janior Assistant Business Manager .... Associates ., .....,... . jitnior Assistant Literary Editor ......... Karen Lundgren Mary Ellen Essiambre, Johanna Forma, Frank Koza, Margaret Scott Carol Eastman . .,..... Frederick Mugler i . . .. Rosaire Dubrule . ..............,.....,.,...r..,..4. Paul Nelson Barbara Hodgman, Gary Norris Peter De Angelo . ..,.....,.,,...........,...,...,...........,... Lynne Anderson Associates ....... ..,.. S usan Bamford, Nancy Doyle, JoEllen Grant, Dorothy Meicke, Ann Twomey fitnior Assistant ...... ....,..,..,....4.....,r...........,.,...........4...... L eona Lauder Photography Editor ...... ,,,....,.........,......... M itchell Skinner Associates .r...,,.,,.. junior Assistant Art Editor ,............... Assosiates ..,............,. Iitnior Assistant Clerical Editor .......... Associates ....... fitnior Assistant Boys' Sports Editor ....,.. fanior Assistant Girls' Sports Editor .. Advertising Manager Associates ......,.....rr ....4. Iitnior Assistant Circulation Manager ,..,.... Associates .,.......... Iitnior Assistant C olit rnnist s.,............. Facitlty Advisor ....., Associate ........ William Cooper, Patricia Lewis William Whisnant . .s.s....,.....s,......,..,........ Edward Parker Darleen Bennett, Peter Thompson Lois Nolin . .,.,,,.,.,.,...,.,.... Karen Deyermond Sally Guild, Susanne Johnson, Janet Russell, Judith Spinney Jean Carter James Brent Alan O'Reilly . . . .. Patricia Lynch Barbara Watters Marlene Briggs, Sharon Brown, Sherron Brown, Jeffrey Crane, Richard Harrison, Anne Leacock Martha Adams Judith Delaney Kathleen Essoian Nedra Sanfilippo .,. . , , .. Richard Nichols Mr. Bernard M. Kellmurray Mr. David Robichaud DEDICATICN 5x3 rg flu ,Q If -if E ' ,Q H if 4 , 1 'eff riss Mrs. Gertrude B. Hardy We, the class of 1964, are pleased to dedicate our issue of the ANDANNO to a teacher who has served on the senior high school faculty longer than any other present member. Mrs. Hardy's contribution to the school activities, her ability to keep apace with the changes in subject matter, and her cheerful sense of humor have inspired us greatly. Considerate of the needs of others, she has given generously of her time and effort to us, both collectively and individually. May she have many years of personal happiness and of service to her future students. FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Mr. Edward I. Erickson - SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Lauriston Ward, Jr. - CURRICULUM COORDINATOR Mr. Philip Wormwood - PRINCIPAL Mr. Charles Q. Adams - ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Mr. Benjamin Dirnlich - ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT Mr. William Igoe - DIRECTOR OF GUIDANCE Mr. Gordon Reardon - BOYS' GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Mrs. Barbara McDonald - SECRETARY Miss Isabelle Phelan - GIRLS' GUIDANCE COUNSELOR 7 sk' s ,ii , , f"23f'4fi'-JE' it Q-Ze, 1 ' I ' vi: ' ' . ' N w ff' ' ' L. 6531. . 'figs , 1 ,IQ-...:,",, . ge., My 5 Qfmkvgg, A' gi f ' Miss Patricia A. Adams University of Massachusetts, B.A. John J. Boyle Salem Teachers College, B.S. G. Arthur Danforth University of New Hampshire, St. Anslemif College, A.B. Donald D. Dunn Joseph A. Dorsey, Jr. Springfield College, New York University, B.S., R.P.T. Keith H. Gould Springfield College, Arizona State College, Boston B.P.E., B.s. University, B.S. in Ed., M.M. Richard J. Collins Mrs. Francis J. Coughlin Dartmouth College, Regis College, A.B. University of Rhode Island, A.B., MA. Mrs. Edward Douglass Miss Agnes V. Dugan Boston University, B.S. Boston University, Salem Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Edward P. Grigoli Miss Ida Grover New England Conservatory of Boston University, A.B., MA Music, Boston University, B.M., MM. 5 i .. em. 5 fisiegiigii as 1. M325 ,K Legal wg M , , ,g ' . fi l R Y' 1' 5: . 5 like .. .. i ,.sx.g-1, ,W U :,.wassr.r-wr Domenic N. Gualtieri Mrs. Robert Hannigen Mrs. Gertrude B. Hardy Unlverxity of Mauachnxetts, Colby College, A.B. Tnftx College, A.B. 13.5. Miss Louise Hayes Owen Hinckley Wilbur G. Hixon Salem Teacher: College, B.S. Univerxity of N ew Hampshire, Plymouth Teachers College, Boxlon College, M.A. B.S. B.E. Bernard M. Kellmurray Bruce L. MacDonald Mrs. Donald McAninch Yale Uninerxlty, A.B., M.A, Colby College, A.B. Dakota Wilgan Collegef ,. fi 7 W3 1, -... .',.. e , ,., ., . ..,-we Miss Margaret Hawkesworth Bolton Univerxily, B.S. Paul A. ,Hopkins Boiron College, Harvard Unlverxity, B.S., fl of V55 :W me ip,-Lgi?N' ,,,. f A. 5:,.a:m'2,-wifiawaislivcfg 5,5 'Y ' fn , x iii 5 f 'EWS My 1 . 'V fi 4 ' -rf . . . : 2: ' , E V A Hifi-wi .-fi - ' ' I .f ' as 1 5 5541 A s - f - s ,ra . " H 453. Mrs. Frank McArdle Columbia Unirerxity College of Mnflc, Boylan Unlveryity College of Muxlc, New England Conxervatory of Mafia, Lowell Teacherx College 9 Charles Mourikas Taftf Univerfity, A.B. Uniiferfity of Colorado, Ed. M. Miss Margaret O'Riordan Salem Teachers C allege, B.S. in Ed. Salem Teacher: College, Ed. M. Miss Jo Ann B. Samra Notre Dame College, BA. 10 ' S "M ''wifYE-Eiff5E"f?ii?Qifii..55. f t - 1,- f,7ff .1 .::,,1f..f ff f wiifi' Sgffezfitsssziiezw., E: il imfiile ,ef ,. K ex. ,x 1 A y A' 5 , 4 , 4 1 5 5 QE? T1 2 X as .il mg' 1 fx "i W: L Q '1 4 2' 9 QW' if .1 X, 31 ,i 1 . X N 1 P ,A 1 4 , 1 " t , James A. Murphy Holy Croxx College, A.B. Tuff: Uniizeryity, Ed.M. Frederick Polgreen Springfield College, B .S . Mrs. Paul Simeone Framingham Teacher: College, B.S. ..- ., Z 2 2 9- 'Q Q 2 'If 'S xx 5 5 L 3 .im I , QQQM. .V .,gggm,! . , ,- V , -pin ,il5,iKmif,xLfgWiyms 'ffl mxifism eiif, ek, wwsgw f Di wi A we 'Sm ,Q 3,5153 fe ali ik its Q2 ef Ng x. r' 3, e W , 1 3, 1 me Y ii y Y' ,f .-A 1 in H 2 S f it e il' vs- i Vincent O'Connoll Boston College, St. Iofeph Seminary, A.B. David Robichaud University of New Hampxhire, Keene Teacherx College, V'-Si V' ' '. ,' 1- h ,f i K. 5' IW? ' , 3 .. if .. 1 f. Q. 2 Miss E. Marjorie Smith Radcliffe, A.B. Mrs. joseph O'Dowd Salem Teacher: C ollege, B.S. in Ed. Christy M. Robinson Gorham Normal, B.S. Coliimhia U niiferxity, M .A. Miss Beatrice L. Stevens Boxton Univerxity, B.S. Salem Teacher! College, M.A Joseph C. Tardif University of Washington, B.A. M, ,,4 i R Miss Virginia Tribou William Vickers Aristotle Vurgaropulous Boston University, B.S., Ed.M. Amherst, B.A. Boston University, B.S. in Ed rf: . ' , 1' i , x-'f . 4 I, V 1 1, i f . , f J, s David K. Wilkinson Bates College,fB.S. Mrs. Herman Freedman Librarian B.S. in Ed., Ohio State University Mrs. James Christopher' Roger Whitcomb Wilfred Svenson Assistant Phys. Ed. Instructor Custodian Custodian Mrs. Francis Connolly and Mrs. Malcolm Skinner Ojice Secretaries Mrs. Wilbur Hixon Miss Frances L. Dalton Mufeum of Fine Arn, Ecole De: Beaux Art: - Pfzrix Miss B1-eck MEDICAL STAFF "':..,-.2I'9:s 31 . F ' YUM Hfii - :MJ -A - . , ' , Am " - 'K 17... Y-. . 1:-. "-x1'!.'. E5 -V. V ' ' Q. . L QP ' ' '. f ' ,vi j S is A - 5 M A A "ASM-11 A flibgiizkfv - , ,, -. " Y-'45 J XX 2 ' fm ,I .... 3 Af -F ' ' L , F5 'F 'sq .3 'wg L ,W 3 jg Lsgsgf, is K' ' f -12.39 53' - A my , , . - J ','::5.- 13.5551 lr ,- .. N 5. , g ' 'Y ig- A., : 'if A fi? at 9 3 . vs' ,Q . ' -- '- L'1mg,5: EQ! , . ' f -W, 251115 V: v , ,P?.,,,w ifggZ,, X . KF: :iw H-. 12 S My-if View- we 1 vie, , an 'H fyffflff ws? W"-'ff-f E rv: '-'Q "5 ' - :iw - A-SWA is kr ,zgwgr-SQ-ffzs AV ' X ' - ff if , Ei 1 ' A . 2 , F 'X-fy I get ,Fm Tf -f , f-152, Yfipg fe? if F . sf Miss Wescott CAFETERIA STAFF IN APPRECIATION The Class of 1964 salutes - but with deep regret - one of our most respected and beloved teachers, Miss E. Marjorie Smith, as she retires at the close of the present school year. It has been our good fortune to share with so many classes before us the grace, dignity, competence, and versatility with which she has so deeply impressed the Andover community, particularly the high school, since Miss Smith joined the faculty in 1926. Her wide range of teaching has extended from mathematics to Spanish, French, and, ultimately, to the position of Head of the Foreign Language Department. She has given much in time and effort to many of our activities. Most noteworthy of all has been her leadership as Faculty Advisor of the local chapter of the National Honor Society since its inception more than a decade ago. As Miss Smith leaves us, we are confident of the fact that we speak not only for ourselves but for her many former students, colleagues, Cpast and presentj and for the town to which she gave so much, in wishing her many happy and well-deserved years of retirement. SENIQR SONATA it Q Pzgf X519 ie 2 i ' 4, ANDANNO 2g Service Club 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 43 Glee Club 25 Band CQ We . Q22 elsif 4221, Q C Q 'N KATHER A ESTHER ACKERMAN RICHARD WOOD ANDERSON 30 Center Street 10 Cutler Road 1 "Dick", "Dickie" 2, 3, 4, Co-head Majorette 4g Music Festival SARAH ELIZABETH ALBAUGH 12 Strawberry Hill Road Sallie , Sal Pep Club 3, 4g Orchestra 4, Band 2, 3, 43 Office Assistant 3. ' JEAN MARIE ALLARD 16 Suncrest Road "Jean" KENNETH WILLIAM ' ARCHAMBAULT 23 Webster Street "Archie" Gym Team 2, 3. 16 AINSLIE CHRISTINE ANDERSON 19 Karlton Circle "Aims" DONNA WINIFRED AUCHTERLONIE Pep Club 4g ski Club 45 student councii 4. 21 Han Avenue LYNN E CAROL ANDERSON 4 Appletree Lane "Lynne" Student Council 2, 33 Class Council, Presi- dent 3g Ring Committee 35 Prom Commit- tee 3g Queen's Court 35 ANDANNO Staff, Literary Editor 4g Honor Society 3, 4 Science Club 33 French Club 3, Secretary Ski Club 4. 9 "Acka", "Donna" Student Council 3, 4g Service Club 2, 3g sep Club 2, 33 Ski Club 3, 45 Office Assistant SUSAN MARIE BAMFORD 40 Woodland Road "Sue", "Bamf" Leaders Corps 3g Prom Committee 35 Queen's Court 33 Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurerg Math Club 33 French Club 3, Vice-Presidentg Service Club 25 Pep Club 25 Glee Club 2, 3. JO-MARIE BARBER 91 Cheever Circle ..J0,, Ring Committee 33 Science Club 25 Math Club 23 French Club 3g Service Club 35 Pep Club 35 MOSAIC 3. 17 LESLIE BROWN BATCHELDER JEFFREY HARRIS BARNES 81 Cemef Sffeef 6 Carisbrooke Street Mille b 4 -- H -- H Service Club 2, 3, g Pep Clu 2, 3, Bmw t Bagel Softball 25 Girls' Field Hockey 2. Student Council 2, 3g Class Council 2, 4g Varsity Club 4g Ski Club 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 43 Spring Track 2, 3, 43 Weight Lifting 3, 4. f X. 'woo . 95 .K at ANDREW ANGELO BASSO 70 North Street . 5 , F WWE QQGQQO V so oss Soiff mffloffy fl? ofyfijjijigsgl XS' CV GALE ANN BATCHELDER Z 91 Ballardvale Road T "Batch" TERRY HELEN BATCHELDER Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g 93Argil1aRoad Softball 3g Girls' Field Hockey 4. ,Teen Pep Club 2, 33 Ofiice Assistant 4. 18 WILLIAM HARRY BATCHELDER 32 Foster Pond Road "Batch" Ring Committee 3g Varsity Club 4g Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Weight Lifting 2. MELVIN LEON BECK 4 Henderson Avenue ..Me1., Gym Team 2, 3. DAVID ROY BECOTTE 201 River Road "Dave" JUDITH MAE BAYLISS 35 Washington Avenue ..Judy,, Science Club 2, 4g Service Club 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Varsity Club 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 43 Red Cross 25 Girls' Glee Club 2g Band 3, 43 Softball 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 45 Girls' Basketball 3, 4g Gym Team 2. DARLEEN SUE BENNERT 80 Central Street -,I-louiqn 1-Sarnn Student Council 2g Class Council 3g Queen's Court Committee 35 ANDANNO Staff 4g Service Club 25 Pep Club 2, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 33 Cheerleader 2g Gym Team 2. 19 STEPHEN PARKER BIRDSALL 15 Pasho Street "Bird" ft l ' gflw zjzmw JAMES ALEXANDER BOOTH 333 Salem Street "Boothie" "jellybea.n" Varsity Club 4g Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4g Weight Lifting 2, 3. it Mlftl NANCY BENNETT BLACK 9 Wolcott Avenue "Blackie" French Club 23 Pep Club 33 Glee Club 2g Library Assistant 2. , A . f 0 off ' 2 X ffl! V9 it , if jw Heyy, Cf UL, l Well' 'bf' K ful L ,!?Ly,7., X WU! XF Lib' J lmwb, ffl it fl LAX ,bww ,Al M llbl ,f W L10 Maw Ax ln' XXL!! VA?,Z,wL,,1w , U1 M601 A ty Q72 lv N, W A JOANNE BLAMIRE 15 Stratford Road Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2g Choral So- ciety 2. 20 SANDRA JEAN BORRELLI 40 Topping Road "Sandy" Red Cross Co-Chairman 2, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 Glee Club 2, Choral Society 2,. 45 Madrigal Group 3, 4, A Capella Choir 3, 4, Girls' Gym Team 2, 3g Goldsmith Speaking Contest 3. ANNE JULIE BOULANGER 107 North Street "Shrimp" Pep Club 4, Girls' Athletic Association 4g Library Assistant 45 Oiiice Assistant 4g Girls' Gym Team 2g Softball 4g Girls' Field Hockey 45 Girls' Basketball 4. LINDA RUTH BOURDELAIS 37 High Street "Bord" "Linda" Student Council 4g Class Council 4, Social Committee Chairman 35 Prom Committee, Clerical Committee 3g Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 4, Home Room Treasuurer 4. RICHARD ALAN BRAVACOS 59 Lowell Street "Rich" "Bray" Science Club 2. ROBERT HENRY BOULANGER 3 Summer Street "Bob" i'Bunga" Science Club 3 3 Math Club 2g Gym Team 3. PATRICIA ANN BRENNAN 7 Elm Court "Pat" Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 3. 21 55 '7 ,QtXIa54..7 4 If J X , ,K IVIVL j sg. X """'1"" yawn? .Ke-lffbf Q 5 ff MZ Z if ja ,-v-4441427 r-C97 A ,. 3, P ,vm 'flifd If 'ff 54146002 fvzf Z, CAQSHARON LEE BROQKVNW 5, gl-7efeAa-At.e.f2!jf .f-ffcffud, 59 Lovejoy Road JAMES FOSTER BRENT ffm? Council Vice President 45 Leaders 3 Prom Host 35 MOSAIC Staff, 11 Burnham Road "jim" "Brentie" Sports Editor 45 ANDANNO Staff, Junior C A ' Ed' 45 lass ssistant 3, Boys Sports itor Club 2, 3, President 45 Football 2, 1 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball Co-captain 45 Boys' State 3. ,724 ,aaa 11, "Shaft" "Sharon" ANDANNO StaE, Associate Advertising Editor 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Society 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader, J.V. 2, 3, Varsity 45 Gym Team 25 Girls" Field Hockey 2. pa-fc. -Zflffaf 'f4"!ta52 4f.m7' ZZ,-' vfffldfb Q4 M ' .ite MARLENE JUNE BRIGGS 5 Shipman Road ff' "Brigsy" Class Council 35 ANDANNO StaH,f' As- sociate Advertisement Editor 45 Science'Clt1b 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 42 Massachusetts State Science Fair! d award. 5 A ja - ',f , ft! DV! whip! 1 5 I ,ry gy 5 Qlf f :V at .W iw 7 fix' 5 il u W Vllgajij cP'0l7b'yf'Q. lfwvnnisf 3,0 elf WL WJ dba? A L ygblfy YQ 95.9 if GALWPJE 'Q UM li 5 ILM JU ' l J W ml WWW f ' ,M ,af f I BARBARA ANN BRODERICK 37 Enmore Street "Brod" Leaders Corps 35 Class Council 35 Prom Committee, Chairman Queen's Committee 35 MOSIAC Staff 2, 45 Science Club 25 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader, J.V. 2, Varsity'3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 25 Queen's Court 3. 22 SHERRON LYNN BROWN 21 Gleason Street "'Sherron', Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 ANDANNO Staff, Associate Advert Editor 45 Gym Team 2. WILLIAM EDWARD BUEHNER 154 Main Street "Bill" French Club 45 Football 35 Winter Track 33 Spring Track 3, 4. DOUGLAS ALLEN BURTT 62 Whittier Street .,Doug,. Science Club 25 Varsity Club 45 Ski Club 45 Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choral KATHLEEN ELIZABETH BURKE 12 Woodcliiife Road "Kathy" "Burkie" MOSIAC Staff 45 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Society 2, 3, 45 Madrigal Group 45 North- eastern District Chorus 2, 3, 45 Advanced Choir 2, 3, 45 A Capella Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Band 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM JAMES CAIRNIE. 41 Elm Street "Tony" Varsity Club 2, 35 Football 2, 3, Winter Track 2, 35 Spring Track 2, 35 Weight Lifting 2. DAVID SCOTT CARDINAL 178 Shawsheen Road "Skitch" Science Club 3, 4. 23 DEAN PHILIP CHATEAUNEUF 22 Laurel Lane "Deano" Varsity Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Choral Society 2, 3, 45 Madrigal Group 45 North- eastern District Chorus 45 A Capella Choir 3, 45 Boys' Band 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 25 351 North Main Street Cross COUUUY 2, 3. "George" Football 3, 45 Spring Track 3, 4. GEORGE FRANCIS CARROI.L DAVID FRED CARTER 2 Summer Street "Whitey" Glee Club 25 Choral Society 2. KATHLEEN RUTH CASTOR 74 Salem Street "Kathy" SEBASTIAN CATAUDELLA Pep Club 2, 35 Glee Club 25 Band 3, 45 40 York Street Oilice Assistant 5. usammya ..Buster,, Student Council 25 Varsity Club 3, 45 Gym Team 2, 3, Captain 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Golden Warrior 4. T 24 l JOHN- WYNTON CHRISTIE SUSAN JANET COLE 34 Burnham Road 268 Highland Road ..John,. usuen Student Council 3, 4, Class Council 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 3, Cheerleader, J.V. 2, Gym Team 2. Ky? ' C-54.51, 5 Cf l fem J X O a 5, c SV Q' .USEPA ,gf S , ss? Q, it Q9 .lx NANCY JEAN COLPITTS 7 Oak Street "Nance" MOSIAC Staff 4, ANDANNO StaH 2, 3, French Club 4, Service Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Red Cross 23 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Band Maiorette 3. S rl X X, . ,fl lt ll ,ll ,W WW CATHERINE FRANCES CONNOLLY 22 Marland Street ROBERT LANE corn S Cl b Sicafhylzl b 2 3 4 P cience u 2, ervice u , , , ep 10 W01C0ttAVe0ue Club 2, 3, 4, Red Cross 2, Vice President "Robbie" Student Council 2, Treasurer 4, Class Coun- cil, Treasurer 2, Prom Committee 3, MOSAIC Staff 4, Science Club 2, Varsity Club 3, 4, Ski Club, Treasurer 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, Madrigal Group 4, Northeastern District Chorus 2, 3, 4, Advanced Choir 2, All State 2, 3, 4, VAR- SITY CLUB NEWSLETTER 4, A Capella Choir 2, Library Assistant 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 3, 4, Baseball 2, Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4. 3, President 4, Oiiice Assistant 3, 4. 25 ROBERT ANDREW CORRY 48 River Street ucraign Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Weight Lifting 2, Ring Committee 3 Honor Society 3 4 Math Club 45 baseball 2, 3, 4. U , J 5 W Sf! ff, 1 PM MQ! N R X! V Q if jk K5 Q5 V Q 'UC , C rx iff IIN Lf K' xx' O0 Vx ,OL ,CI I , J XYLXCQLP ' 9 gbv ,ll 1 Q. sgja 'wffigxo Q ff W U . , ic LV JL cf 6 XC5Q WILLIAM RICHARD COOPER 40 Dascomb Road "Bill" Qld: 'i4CEiM'C'O5P ANDANNO Staff, Associate Photography j Editor 4. , 5.2 NANCY ELIZABETH CORDTS 18 Wildwood Road Nance Pep Club 2, 3g Girls' Athletic Association RUTH ALICE COUTTS 2, 3, 45 Red Cross 3, 45 Softball 45 Girls' 34 High Street Basketball 2, 4. .. ,, .. ,, .. . ,, Courts Coutty Ruthie Service Club 25 Pep Club 2, 35 Girls' Gle Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Society'4. uRapidn Student Council 2, 45 Leaders Corps CRAIG ALAN CONNOLLY Science Club 35 Varsity Club 3, 45 Rc 18 Avon Street Cross 25 Football 2, 45 Winter Track 2, sir Ci QCVOKU 'gfvf li CHARLES JEFFREY CRANE 18 William Street .,JeE,, Class Council Vice President 2g French Club JOHN AUGUSTINE CZEKANSKI 2g Ski Club 4g Football 25 Winter Track 2. 22 Topping Road "Chick" Red Cross 2. W 5e2vf'J' P15 W . lflifwcvll RICHARD ADAMS DALRYMPLE 10 Foster Circle "Dick" "Dizzy" Math Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4g Base ball 2, 4. RICHARD CHARLES DAVISON RICHARD ALLAN CRAVEN 43 RW? Street 4 Locke Street Dlck Noida Science Club 4g Math Club 43 Red Cross 3, 4. 27 -Q43 JUDITH ELLEN DELANEY 5 Smithshire Estate ..Jed,, Student Council 2, Treasurer 35 MOSAIC DEBORAH WRAY DEARBORN Stall, Layout Editor 2,433 ANDANNO Staif, Circulation Manager 3 Service Club 2, 3, 175 Summer Sffeef 4, Pep Club 2, 5, 4g ski Club 5, G1ee ciub "Debbie" ' 2, 35 Choral Society 2, 3. Leaders Corps 3, Ring Committee 35 French glub 3, Service Cllilcb 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 9 G lclsm'th Sp ' ' ontest 2. o 1 ea 1r1gfC ig.. 9 . APS? JW' Wifrflaffillg ,J 4' , D , Ji' dw LRQJXP fdyyygbuocl-5,9 M ex Q, 'q7l5V0"0l5H 0llCj?jBNQ M 59,063 niyxe-Eggxfrifilli AM' All ' Pljifib Qlii,ff'Ovff3,fXHio,lilZ,Ell sl r' JOANNE CECILIA DeFELICE 109 Pine Street ,I "Spaghetti" 'J Service 559 "Z, mE 554 N., wwf of l M XQQWW Cf MMM FM, MM vgwifwfpj Gym Jllfwl Wm lvl s'ffw'4 ll' "Bill" "De" CALVIN AUGUSTINE DEYERMOND Ski Club, Treasurer 4, Glee Club 2g Boys' Band 3g Football 25 Spring Track 25 Golf 69 Memorial Circle 3, 49 Weight Lifting 2, 3. .tcalcon ..Ca1,, Ring Committee 33 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, Co-captain 4, Weight Lifting 2, 3. KAREN DEYERMOND 235 Salem Street "Crash" "Kate" Student Council 2, 3, Class Council 3, 4g Ring Committee Co-chairman 35 Prom Corn- mittee, Clerical Committee 3, ANDANNO Staff, Junior Assistant Clerical Committee 3, Clerical Editor 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, SHIRLEY SANDRA DISBROW Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral 142 North Street s ' 2, 3, 4. oem' Hshifr' Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Society 2, 3, 4. 4 QU? 'QWZV' Y O' wiffzififeff ai' Wiz Af W ti if W Gisele Wild RALPH DAVID DOCKRAY 1 Coolidge Road "Doc" "Ralph" Student Council 2, Class Council Z, 3, Ring Committee 35 Prom Committee 3, Varsity Club 2, Treasurer 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4. p WILLIAM JAMES DOLAN i 101 Elm Street NANCY ANN DISBROW -'Bmw 259 Chandler Road Glee Club 25 Choral Society 2. "Nancy" Science Club 2, 3, 45 Service Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2, 35 Red Cross 45 Band 35 Gym Club 2, 33 Gymnastic Exhibition Team 2. 29 WALTER SCOTT DOWNS, III 60 Whittier Street "Scott" Choral Society 2, 3, 4g Madrigal Group 4' Northeastern District Chorus 3, 45 Ad vancecl Choir 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 2, 3, 4g Boys' Band 33 Gol 4 yfmtgfa if ML fifflfi NANCY ELIZABETH DOYLE 49 Reservation Road Nancy Doyle ANDANNO Staff, Associate Editor, Literary Committee 45 Honor Society 3, 4g Barnard Essay Contest 3. , ' M' WD ,V ,QM ,M tl+fl"l,wl'ljflPWE as I C' R lfwflfiellw lf' 0 Wu S mea lr' LARAINE ELLEN DUNN Andover Street "Gretta-May" French Club 2, 33 Service Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2, 3. 30 HARRY HALL DUSTIN 72 Woburn Street "Harry" Honor Society 3, 43 Varsity Club 45 Foot- ball 3, 4, Winter Track 2, 3, 4g Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 2. LAWRENCE JAMES EARLY 44 Stevens Street "Jimmy" "Jim" "Fuzzy" Football 2g Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4. SUSAN MARGARET EBERT 2 Tessier Drive Q, U EDWARD CAMPBELL ELLIS Sue 52 M S Science Club 2, 34 Service Cl b 2, P Cl b 'mn free' 2, 35 Red Cross 2. u ep u "Edu "Edd1e', Student Council 3g Class Council 3g French Club 4g Red Cross 2g Football 2, 39 Winter Track 2, 3, 4g Spring Track 2, 45 Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4. HUGH WALTER EMERSON 207 Holt Road "Hugh" Varsity Club 3, 4g Golf 5, 45 Basketball 3, Captain 4. I L , fljlf lm' 'U L LLULQJ 1 ' ' ' L7 ilk AL lnfL,Qb9jQL1T K Uzfjd Lp if ll O Wi "M VNQCP M .f , wig MARY-ELLEN ESSIAMBRE 76 Gould Road X M. . STANLEY BRUC EDMUN 1 ouncil 2, sg ANDANNO Staff 45 N K c lub 2, 44 ski Club 4g Glee ciub 2g eet ,L hor l Society 2, 4g Madrigal Group 3, 4g AZ "Stan" f or eastern District Chorus 2, 3g All State I 7 5 A Capella i . 2Zfw ?3M S ffifif 2 JW KATHLEEN ESSOIAN 82 Bellevue Road "Essoianstien" Student Council 4, Class Council 4, ANDANNO Staff, Associate Circulation RAYMOND FRANK FORTUNA 26 River Road ..Ray,, Ski Club 3, 4. Editor 4, French Club 4, Homeroom Trea- surer 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4, Social Committee 4. SHARON ANN FAIR 4 Franklin Avenue "Shari" Service Club 2, Pep Club 2, Red Cross 2, Orchestra 4. iff? r 107714 JM! My W , ,l .Gi 0 li in 0 j i7i4f,M4,i We Wu. f LQ 0 ii A4 iliiirhllmil DW iw JW gf L ,I ,Nfl at U' JOYCE MURIEL FISHER 163 Elm Street .Joys Ring Committee 3, MOSAIC 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 4, A Capella Choir 4, Oiiice Assistant 3. 32 JOHANNA FELECIA FORMA 12 Barrington Drive "Johanna" "Jo" "Forms" Student Council 2, Class Council 3, 4, Class President 2, MOSAIC, Layout Editor 3, 4, ANDANNO, Associate Circulation Editor 4, Service Club 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3g Choral Society 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Play Committee 4. L? f N will X V, .V ,Mc iw C+ -llljvl' Wk: , JUDITH MIRIAM FREEDMAN u xv Q ff,-"K My W, 4 Suncrest Road Q If 5 l X "Judy" 94 J 4 Qblrlg l' ,L Mosmc 2, 3, copy Editor 4, ANDANNO , - , J l JJ' 4' Math Club 2 3' French Club ' S rv1 .lb A 5, ur f dt! pm' gifxllllfr lg N G Jr - iver Ro , ' ance" "Blondie'! Siervice Club 2, sg Pep clwu3j2?3, H , , , 3, e ce Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 5, 43 Ski Club 3, 4, Girls' Band 2, 3, 4, Girl's Basketball 2g 1 Barnard Essay Contest 3, Goldsmith Speak- A, , ing Contest 3. L. Qgerff SUSAN Jo Gonbobkii i bf 557 Lowell street Q, XA llM3fv,, "Su" 'Nlsifvire Club 2, sg Pep crib 2,.s, 4, ski , Clul'r,iQ,f4g!ClZgerl2der, J.V. 2.0QUjfl'i KM J f , if if I ,lf ,. cf l X JJ, fl gf' ll lj Moy! if wk 3 Mr' ly f 'U A ' . W fd Y, 5 :il ll nfl'- xa Sl, lv B KI J J f PRF! C O STEPHEN EVERETT GORRIE 108 Summer Street I PATRICIA ANN GILL USYCVCH 24 Theodore Avgnue Glee Club 43 Choral Society 2, 33 Winter Track 2g Spring Track 2, Golf 4. "Tricia" "Pat" Class Council 35 Science Club 25 Service Club 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4g Red Cross 2, 3. l 33 .L , , ll' W VW QNW All I L MARY LOUISE GOUMAS 37 Chester Street "Mary Lou" DOLORES JEAN GREENHOW 38 Maple Avenue .fDeeu Service Club 4g Pep Club 3, 4g Band 3, 4. Service Club 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4g Red Cross 2. JO-ELLEN GRANT 19 Harding Street ...Ion ujoien U10-Jon ANDANNO Associate Literary Editor 4g Honor Society 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4g French Club 2, 3, 4g Service Club 3. wander-',cf ilfya Zjfm 0 fK -ff ff fifffffwfp ?4o4f' 'jd 71 6:1 ' A A 'X 1PQ, A ,Lg,,vf21ffA!Vl i Q41 finale? CHARLES JOSEPH GRAY 79 Summer Street "Chew" "Chooch" Ring Committee 3, Winter Track 3, 45 SALLY ANNE GUILD Baseball 2, 3,!4. fe? 4 I 41 Chandler Circle J jj icy 6, "Sal" "Manda" , , A 1 1 K F ' l Y LN fi ly V-l'i ll' Q is wk tc elf Fl' alt' R fl ll f 5 N .rf 4' 1 ' f SJ U O7 v N1 all ' QT 3 AX' If .Gy ,!t,j,f"' Jill , , ,X 1 ,L Q 34 Ring Committee 35 ANDANNO Staff, As- sociate Clerical Editor 4g Service Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3, 4g Gym Team 2. SUSAN HEIDI HALLER 2 Kenilworth Street I , X "Smokey" DONALD JOSEPH HARDING Service Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2, 33 Girls' Glee 129 Haverhill Street Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3, 4. -.Donn RICHARD NELSON HARRISON 34 Chandler Road Rick Little Dick Honor Society 3, 43 Basketball 3, 4g Gold smith Speaking Contest 2g Boys' State 3. NANCY PAULINE HENDERSON 44 Haggetts Pond Road BETTY JANE HANST "Name" 6 Pine Crest Road Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Choral Society 2 3, 4. "Betty" 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Golf 2, 3g Basketball 3. WILLIAM HAROLD HENDERSON 239 River Road "Bill" LESLIE ELLEN HILTON 182 Shawsheen Road "Les" MOSAIC Staff 4g Service Club 3, 4g Pep 1 Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4g Office f Assistant 2, 3. Ski Club 3, 4g Library Assistant 3, 43 Foot- ball 2, 35 Winter Track 3. ALICE MARY HILL 40 Chandler Road Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4. CAROL ANN HILL 122 Argilla Road "Hillsy" Service Club 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3g Office Assistant 3. 36 F, ff' JM' BARBARA EUGENIE HODGMAN 85 Shawsheen Road "Barb" Student Council 3g ANDANNO Staff, As- sociate Business Manager 4g Honor Society 3, 43 Science Club 2, 3, Secretary 4g Red Cross 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. STEVEN BREWER HOLDSWORTH DAVID GARRISON HOLT 9 Canterbury Street Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club 3, 4g Gym Team 29 Cross Country 2, 3. 7 Howell Drive PAUL WAYNE HOLTER "Steve" 55 Glenwood Road "Paul" full CVA' of' .A U cy ' '-1 ' ,', C V ix if jx fjyfifyv 411 ROGER QUENTIN JACKSON 9 Ballardvale Road ..Rog,, Student Council, President 4g Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 4g Basketball 2, 3, 4. HENRY FREDERICK JAMES, JR. ll Greenwood Road "Tibbie" Varsity Club 3, 4g Winter Track 2, 3, 4g "Dave" FJ L, ,yy N xl fx . Q 'JDS 'V Q4-fy!-Z 4,., fi ' DJJ! .fl ,rf C J K-1X2-, X 7 f Lp I, OV ,PQ as Q ,rr O55 Cy? NANCY LOUISE JORDAN 180 Chestnut Street "Nanc" "Nancy" Student Council 2, 4, Class Council 2, Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 5, 4g Ski CHARLES SHERMAN JOHNSON Club 5, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral . A I . I, 82 Woburn Street J Society 2, 3, Gym Team 2, Gir s Basketball Chuck ff' b , . ' 'J' ,HJ l Foot all23 ,lL!J+ X M L! N-7 ,J KD y JD, J Nb ,ft 7 Q54 ' J C, ,A if 4 73 V , FZ U" K V Q.-1 R aj Cry gc, 7 7' Lf Cl VI N, if ,V ,aj L sw J YA C2 SUSANNE MARJORIE JOHNSON 47 Rocky Hill Road "Susanne" "Sue" Student Council 2, 55 MOSAIC Staff 4, ANDANNO Staff, Associate Clerical Editor 4g Honor Society 3, 45 Service Club 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Barnard Essay Contest 2. MARY ELIZABETH JOHNSTON 6 Gray Road "Mary" Leaders Corps 53 Class Council 2g Science THOMAS ALAN KATZ Club 2, 4, Service Club 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 14 Lovejoy Road 4g Girls, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. -'Tomo Class Council 3, Treasurer 4, Prom Corn- mittee 33 Ski Club 4, Football 3, 49 Softball 3. 58 t A. j 5 lily' l A N i I , 1 I-N 1, l , V l 4' 0 "fl , I ,. ff 1 J ll X lhxl' , l' fl f 1" F Cd 'J f 1,1 ,Any 611 M ,. -An if V .pdl ANN MARIE KILEY W V1 1 LJ' .fjfj is 3 Random Lane I, l CU Mjjj jj! 'L ILL 0 "Ann" "Kiles" " 4' IQEVIA Ko? AVQS Honor Society 3, 45 French Club 45 Ski i Y J ' 3 3 A Club 45 National Merit Scholarship Semi- xl 1 N' lf? Finalist. lx ' 310- - bf' 1V Student Codncil 45 Quee!d's Court 35 Science Club 25 Service Club 2gJ35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 45 Red Cross 2, 35 Cheer- leader j.V.'s 3, Varsity 4. FRANK KOZA 115 Chestnut Street "Frank" ANDANNO Stal? 45 Honor Society 3, President 45 Science Club 2, 35 Barnard Essay Contest 3. ELIZABETH JEAN KUPIS 13 Lowell junction Road DANIEL EDWARD KOCHER "BWV" "Blondie" Main Street SCIVICC UDHHU Math Club 25 Varsity Club 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 45 Cross Country 3, 4. P 39 PHYLLIS ANN LAFLEUR 216 Beacon Street "Phil" ANNE LAURA LEACOCK 85 Highland Road "Annie" Leaders Corps 35 Class Council 39 MOSAIC Staff 2, 3, Assistant Business Manager 4g ANDANNO Staff, Associate Advertising Manager 4, Ski Club 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3, 43 Madrigal Group 3, 4, Northeastern District Chorus 2, 3g All State 2, 35 A Capella Choir 2, 35 Barnard Essay Contest 3. Servi? Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, . ROBERT LANE 68 Park Street "Night-train" E Leader Corps 3, Class Council 35 Varsity Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Boys' Band 2g Spring Track 3, 43 Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4. Wfdfmtwf' 3,1 ,Q 4 t ,rfr 5 W 7 J J DOROTHY MAY LAWSON 8 Avon Street "Dottie" "Dot" "Ditto" Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4g Girls' WILLIAM JOHN' LEONG Band 2, 3, 4, 191 Shawsheen Road 40 "Bill" Gym Team 2, 3, 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3. JULIE LESLIE 14 Clark Road "Jules" Service Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 35 Varsity Club Z, 3, 4, Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 35 Red Cross 2, Softball 2, 3, 4, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4. THERESE MARIE LEVESQUE 69 North Street "Terry" Service Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, Red Cross FRANCES ANNE LETOURNEAU 39 Prospect Road "Fran" "Franny" Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 45 Red Cross 2, Glee Club 4, Library Assistant 45 Gym Team 2g Soft- ball Zg Girls' Basketball 2. 2, 3, 43 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3, 4. ,,Q, ff' ,aMlaj5QQaZD Mmm 3 If X, My '15 Put'f31ciA ELEEN Earls 28 Laurel Lane lf? Pat Trish Student Council 2, 35 Leaders Corps, Chair- man 3g Class Council, Secretary 2, ANDANNO Staff, Associate Photography Editor 4g Service Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society lV 2, 3. ,WQWWJW . ' W4 W7 life la ,M ROBERT ANTHONY LIBBY 114 North Main Street "Lib" Ski Club 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, Golf 2g Weight Lifting 2, 3. 41 KAREN MARJORIE LUNDGREN 18 Elm Street "Charlie" "Peanut" "Buggsie" Student Council 2, 3g Class Council 4g Prom Committee, Invitation Committee 3g MOSAIC Staff, Girls' Sports Editor, 4g ANDANNO Stall, junior Class Assistant JAMES JOSEPH LICCIARDEI-I-O 3, Editor-in-Chief 4g Honor Society 3, 4g Service Club 25 Pep Club 25 Girls' Glee Club 2, 45 Choral Society 2. 84 Haverhill Street "Lich" "Checko" Gym Team 2, 3. ALFRED PETER LUEDKE 75 Porter Road Pete Choral Society 2g Glee Club 2. ELIZABETH JEAN LUEDKE 75 Porter Road "Betty" "BJ," Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g JAMES RICHARD LYNCH Ski Club 3, 4' Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. 4 Prospect Road "Jimmie" Spring Track 2. 42 PATRICIA LEE LYNCH 17 Vine Street "Patt" MOSAIC Staff 4g ANDANNO Staff, Girls' Sports Editor 4g Service Club 35. Pep Club Z, 3, 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Athletic Association, Secretary-Treasurer 2, Vice Eresident 3, President 4, Band 3, 4g Soft- JOHN DENNIS LYONS all 2, 3, 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, - Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4. 50 Washington Avenue "Dennis" Gym Team 2, 3, 4. BONNIE JEANNE MADDEN 8 Elm Street "Bonnie" Service Club 2, 3g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3. LOUISA GAY MANNING 72 Maple Avenue "Louisa" RICHARD ALLEN LYNCH Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral 26 Shawsheen Road Society 3, 43 A Capella Choir 4. "Dicky" "Lynchie" Student Council 4, Ring Committee 35 Service Club 4g Ski Club 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 45 Winter Track 2, 3, 43 Spring Track 2, 3, 4, Weight Lifting 2, 3, 4. 43 JOAN MARIE MCGILVRAY 63 Elm Street "Joan" "MCGilla" NANCY JOYCE McDOWELL Math Club 2, 3, Pep Clulg 2, 3, 45 Varsity . Club 3, 45 Girls' Glee Clu 2, 3, Choral So- 16 Shlrley Road ciety 2, 3g Cheerleader 3, 4. "MCD" "The Dwarf" Pep Club 2, Choral Society 3, A Capella Choir 4, Girls' Band 23 Office Assistant 2. JOSEPH PATRICK McENEANEY, JR. 87 Salem Street "Joe" "Fish" Student Council 2g Orchestra 2g Boys' Band 2, 4g Goldsmith Speaking Contest 2. MARK DAVID MCGAUGHEY 8 Strawberry Hill Road ..Mark., BRYAN GEORGE MCGRATH 15 Pettingill Road "Farmer" "Mac" Science Club 2. Honor Society 3, 45 Math Club 3, 4. 44 DOROTHY JEAN MEICKE 96 Abbot Street "Dottie" ANDANNO Staff, Associate Advertising Manager 4, Honor Society 3, 4g Service Club 2, 35 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3. JAMES MICHAEL MOTTRAM 68 North Street Q-Jimyi RICHARD ALLAN MEINELT 173 Elm Street "Richie" "Dick" Gym Team 2, 3, 4. MILDRED MUCCI 1 McKenny Circle "Millie" Ring Committee 39 Service Club 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, Secretary 3g Band Majorette 2, 3 Head Ma'orette 4' Northwestern Music , J , Festival 3, 4. . ,Nw O ly. V K .V U V X fs , " 'Wil ll nyl? Op Yyj'Dy.O,5JVUQJlljW 3 Dbl' 4? A If X 5 . 4 005: A-W ly .Wy AA ,NU Exit, .1 . ' W OW ,W FREDERICK RICHARD MUGLER 22 Strawberry Hill Road "Fred" "Mugs" ANDANNO Staff, Managing Editor 4, Honor Society 3, 4, Science Club 2, 3, 4, Math Club 4g Football 2, 3. 45 KAREN LEE MULLER 49 Whittier Street "Karen" MARJORIE ELLEN MUSEN 45 Hidden Road ttMooSe,, --Marjyv Leaders Corps 35 Class Council 3, 4, Prom Committee, Queen's Committee 3g Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Service Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Ski Club, President 3, 4. ROBERT JOHN MURPHY 77 Summer Street Murph , Harpo Varsity Club 3, 4g Basketball 3, 45 Baseball WILLIAM JOSEPH MURPHY 19 Corbett Street "Murph" Red Cross 2. 46 JOHN MICHAEL NEAL 326 South Main Street "Jack" Varsity Club 3, 4g Basketball 2g Baseball 2, 3. LINDA MARGARET NEIL 15 York Street "Neil" "Lin" Student Council 3g Class Council 45 Barnard Essay, first prize 33 Prom Co-chairman, Prom Hostess, Prom Queen 3 g Science Club 2g gervici Club 2, 313 4g Pip Club 2, 3, Presi- PAUL SCOTT NELSON y ent g Gee Clu 3, g Cheerleader, j.V. 2, 35 Girls' Field Hockey 2, sg Social com- 7 Punchafd Avenue mittee Chairman Class Council 4. "Nels" Student Council 4g ANDANNO StaH Science Club 45 Math Club 4. BEVERLY MAY NEWCOMB 59 Center Street "Newkie" "Sweek" Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 4g Choral Society 4g Oflice Assistant 2, 33 Girls' Basketball 3. JUDITH ANN NICHOLS 69 Gould Road ARLENE GAY NELSON "JudVn 17 Brechin Terrace Service Club 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Choral So- ciety 3. X "Arlene" Girls' Athletic Association 2, 35 Office As- sistant 2, 3. 47 Business Manager 43 Honor Society 3, 45 J ii ,M , f f 1' " M1 I J ,LLAAVX ff lj frfavcn sf W Digs' W H! f"! if .nr J ff J riff, A If fzdfuy' ,ff Y .. " 1 W V ,rip , If ' , , ww if ,Iliff i W ,- I 5+ Z by 1 X l ff Aj ,Xf yy., Wi! f ' 60,-W Jfjki' gl,,Q,4!1. I !i'e4fj'if5 " .M . Vfll, 3, . .. . ,. ,, ff firm-Q xp 1 I JU gylnx V of n fd! . L' A I .Kbfy JJ, -1, I? - if e V Qbraflfl ,SLIM I in TER RUssELri-,QNOWELL M gimyifaiighnni NICHOIIISC QM?QWi" Q, 63 Chestnut street XMIM 9 Wildrose Drive "Pere" l'Weefef" ' "Rick" Service Club 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4g Choral Leaders' Corps 35 Prom Committee 39 MOSAIC Staff 3, Editor 4g ANDANNO Staff unior Class Assistant 3 Columnist 4 Society 3, 4g Madrigal Group 45 A Capella I Choir 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 4. ,J , s Honor Society 3, 45 Science Club 23 Varsity Club 3, 4g Winter Track 2, 3, 4g Spring Track 2, 3, 4g Barnard Essay Contest 33 Class President 4. 10, 3 it ,iw ilu 'Ji I . Ne Q60 , gb ARTHUR ROBERT NICOLAISEN 18 Wolcott Avenue "Art" up Styx M ,i t .iw GARY EDWIN NORRIS 6 High Street "Gar" ANDANNO Staff, Associate Business Man- ager 4, Math Club 3, Vice President 4, Winter Track 2, Spring Track 23 Cross Country 2, Soccer 3. 48 M M WILLIAM TAYLOR OBER 76 Salem Street "Obes" "Bill" Math Club 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 4g Baseball 4. GERTRUDE ANN OTTAVIANO 93 Lowell Street P C1 b 2 3 4'EfT1VLH Cl b 4 ALAN THOMAS OUELLETTE ep u , , g ir s' ee 2, 3, 3 Choral Society 4. u 110 Lowell Street "Alan" DAVID OVER 42 Salem Street "Surfer Joe" French Club 33 Library Assistant.2. ' Science Club 2, Gym Team 2. VIRGINIA RUTH PACHT 40 Rozy Hill,Road. mger 44 ,D 0' Mwgwiili' , 4953 , A WV Q vf-XT' EDWARD WILLIAM PARKER 26 Strawberry Hill Road "Eddie" Class Council 3, Vice President 4, Prom Committee Program Chairman 35 MOSAIC 2, 3, Art Editor 4g ANDANNO junior Assistant 3, Art Editor 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 4g Madrigal Group 3, 45 Northeastern District Chorus 3, 45 Advanced Choir 3, 4, All State 3, 45 A Capella Choir 3, 45 Boys' Band 2, 3, 4 Winter Track 2, 3, 4, Spring Track 2, Cross Country 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Soccer 3g Goldsmith Speaking Contest 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4. 49 LAUREN IRENE PARLEE 91 Lowell Street DAVID SHORMAN PETERSON 98 Greenwood Road "Dave" "Pilot" Laur Laurie MADELEINE MARIE PERONT 440 Lowell Street "Maddy" Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 4g Library Assistant 4g Softball 2, 5, 4g Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4. CAROL LYNNE PERRY Ballardvale Road Carol Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 4g Girls' Glee Club 4g Girls' Field Hockey 2. 50 DENISE LEE PETTIGREW 89 Jenkins Road "Deny" "Mortimer" Service Club 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 25 Girls' Glee Club 2. V N "5 'Y Jr f- R9 f-. xx ry! XX' fl! QV V, My fly fxfvlli ii X iv V' 'lj F- li my I XXSCFVFKYL YS' lx Chu by N 5 1-pm' 1' N if M ,P xl Wm D , 1 it 1 M V x xl pl, in ,f . rr V I K i , ,i V , f 1- N' xl ,Y G1 x-ll 'f , Xl K- " c, NSN' X' E 'Xl' ,- 4l.,fl7f4wlVl Mist ,Qty Ulf W r 1 A UMM wx vrfqiyv ,MU lv W A 1 4 I CLIFFORD ARTHUR HUNT PIKE W l WW ,W , S ,R L57 W 29 Central Street j AX JU lx 4' lg "Cliff" Varsity Club 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 45 Boys' Band 35 Spring Track 3, 4s Winter Track 45 Cross Country 3, Soccer 33 Baseball 2. LOUIS JACOP PIMPARE 74 River Street "Louie" Ski Club 4, Gym Team 2. MOIRA KATHLEEN PROUT 13 William Street "Moira" "Moi" Student Council 4, MOSAIC Staff 4g Service Club 4, Pep Club 4g Ski Club 45 Girls' Glee Club 4, Girls' Field Hockey 4. JOHN PROVOSOLI 30 High Street "John" "Provo" "Polio" Varsity Club 3, 4g Winter Track 2, 3, 4g Spring Track 2, 3, 4. xii, flvv or .l l 1. 'SV 1951? 43,09 fir .lil Pl AAGPL , A V by V' I N 4' Q V I X 3 1 El Vw L V Ui 6 ' I N XF' v ftlffv ,+A fl il ,lm - fufwi! ft ll 56: A Kr V VX 5 x J N ' ' Xl l ' UG- ill QU. XJ MQ. A33 Q tv 33 W 19' il Ji J' 44 Q54 PAMELA ANNE REN NY 126 High Street "Pam" Prom Committee, Clerical Committee 3g Service Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 43 Cheerleader, j.V. 3, Gym Team 2, Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3. 51 x K 5 xl' TJ B xy 'Sy . if ,tg ,127 sf JANET ELIZABETH RUSSELL 191 High Plain Road .jannien ..-Jann BARBARA ANN RICHARDS ANDANNO Stalf, Associate Clerical Editor 4, Service Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Ofiice Assistant 3, 4, Girls' "Dickie" "Barb', Field Hockey 2. Pep Club 2, 4, Vice President 35 Service Club 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 4. V 19 Sutherland Street 'JQS53 Xl' JI, 34 s Y lv llll' ,W Jkglt 'dbx' fx KL fqr Bk ull 0. Li ' if WF' ll CMDD' A in - 1 x ' 3 iw Gy! lla lf 4 V , ,x . ln 1 , :IX lgklliixb uw Udvdcg, ,N W in c Lg, 3 ,ik M ixiigv K Will' ' VQjgbL xi-' ull HELENE ELIZABETH RILEY 26 River Street "Rile" Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, '4g Ski Club 3, 43 Red Cross 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 3, 4gCSoftba1l 3. 'xx ,Axis Q' XJ x Q' X 'T CDN DXF' V x 'PX DIANE ROSE ROTOLO .L Greenwood Road "Diane" Ring Committee 3g Clerical Committee 33 KAREN MARIE SAI-ETTE Glee Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Service Club 30 Lincoln Circle 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4g Girls' Field Hockey H 2, Basketball 2. Kaml Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Choral Society 3. MARGARET DOONAN SCOTT 97 Chestnut Street "Scottie" Student Council 2, 3, 45 Class Council 2, Social Committee Chairman 2, Secretary 3, 4, ANDANNO Staff, Junior Class Assistant 3, Associate to Editor-in-chief 4, Honor So- ciety 3, 4, Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4. EDWARD VINCENT SEERO 15 Prospect Road "Albino" Leaders Corps 3, Class Council 4, Varsity Club 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4, Winter Track 3, 45 Spring Track 2, 3, 4. 57 4 f5.,0fc77'Q3f G, ,-EZAXVQI V! . Off-fgfuiffif Qckffcf 8550470 PAUL JOSEPH SHANTELER 77 Haverhill Street "Paul" "Sham" Football 2, VVeightfLif55g,g 2, MV , Xl-.SJW ,. ' ff' 'Ml ll! 1 ltlyv wb !l,14Jl,H MXL .Nfl l HV! 3, , ' ,'n"k' ' " "N f , f A lf l V 'ly' 'OX x 0 1 fl I t 4 YJ' fill! ' ,pl Lf l ,' I ' 1 t rj , 3.4 it JM ,, l xl lx l wlflgl Nl I I J 47 , ' , ,V ,fig A M I v ,. ., ,, , y, V 15 . I Qt f f IJ , f, N 1 J. A 4 , , ,A 1 'flu ri v l ' ,yff ff 1 I V i. fvf I wwf mm fm 'X NIA xii A ll if will 'ZJ li lx xdj fl wifi if M", J ' X W WV if tu N W., if HU 'fic' ll L gl-My LEONARD JAMES SHEEHAN 6 Memorial Circle "4-Laps, Lennie" Student Council 2g Varsity Club 3, Vice JOHN SCUDERI KY President 43 Winter Track 2, 3, 'Co-Captain 435 North Main Street 4, Spring Track 2, 3, Co-Captain 4, Cross Us U gy Country 2,f'3, Co-Captain 4. I I ii? cooter . .J Lyn, ! gf' Wxntet-5 rack 2, 3, 4g Spring Track Zkjf 4g df- 4771-"5-1 f ' I W ' ht L'ft' 2, 3. ,, -f , - .L if img? 1 mg K if six, I4 . ' N "K H.. . ' fir-XX 3 Xl' G Y f " ,ff'fQllJ , ff Lt Ziff? xefeff -mfwfv eff X ,--i 'TfxR?X'f' .1 SLI., up df, 61,75 fig! T15 45112, A If - I, 1 ,J ,Jaw f "x, ff If ii LY .qi 5,21 . W cf V V- vi 53 VV ,,, 4' X, ,474 fggfijf fdffi. ,4y!6"54G fgl4fffQ"Cf If ff f' X ff f ,f , f Lf GUNNAR SOLBRAA Sognsvannsveien 4, Oslo 3, Norway MICHAEL JOHN SIMPSON "GuHf'af" Class Council 45 Ski Club 4g Winter Track 12 Gray Road 4g Spring Track 4g Cross Country 4. "Bones" "Mike" Ring Committee 3, Football 4, Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4. MITCHELL SKINNER 67 Walnut Avenue "Mitch" MOSAIC Staff, junior Class Assistant 3, Photography Editor 4g ANDANNO Stafff Photography Editor 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4g Math Club 2, 3, President 4, Contest Team 2, 3, 4. JOHN HENRY SKULSKI 23 Princeton Avenue ..JaCk,, 54 ALFRED WILLIAM SPEYER 6 Longwood Drive "C.Y." Student Council 4, Gym Team 3, 4, Spring Track 3, 4. JUDITH ANN SPINNEY 18 Pasho Street "Judy" ANDANNO Staff, Associate Clerical Editor 4, Pep Club 2, 4g 'Girls' Glee Club 2, 4g Choral Society 2, Office Assistant 3. 4. ALLAN LEE STANWOOD 170 Elm Street "Altex" CRAIG THOMAS SPIRES 325 Lowell Street "Spike" Glee Club 4, Choral Society 3, 4, A Capella Choir 4. KAREN STEBBINS 62 River Street "Karen" Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross, Secretary 2 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 3. DAVID STICKLAND 60 Haverhill Street "Stick" "Dave" Football 2, 3. 55 PETER THOMPSON 19 Chandler Circle "Pete" DONNA LEE STOCKS ANDANNO Staff, Associate Art Editor 4, 7 County Road Ski Club 3, Vice President 45 Spring Track ..Dorma,. 35 Cross Country 33 Soccer 3. Service Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Choral Society 2, 3. RICHARD HAROLD SUKOFF 45 Linwood Street Rich vlath Club 3 4 Gym Team 3 JOHN FRANCIS TANSEY 1 Arundel Street "Tans" DONNA LEE THRESHER Varsity Club 3, 4g Golf 3, 4. 23 Summer SU-get "Donna" Ring Committee 3g Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader, j.V. 2 Captain 3, Varsity 4. 56 I 1 PATRICIA LEE TIBBETTS 38 Walnut Avenue "Pat" "Tibbs" Student Council 39 Class Council 2, 45 Prom Committee, Queen's Committee, Service Club 2, 4, Pep Club 2, 4, Ski Club 4, Glee Club 2, Softball 2, Girls' Field Hockey 2, Girls' Basketball 2, MOSAIC Staff, Typist 4. JEANETTE MARIE TOUSSAINT 80 North Street "Two-cents" Service Club 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g MICHAEL JAMES TOOMEY 36 Brown Street "Mike" Gym Team 2g Football 2. Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA NINA TRACHYM 24 York Street "Cindy" Ring Committee 3, Service Club 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader, J.V. 3, Captain 4. FRANCIS JOSEPH TROMBLY 43 Lupine Road "Bumb1es" Varsity Club 3, 45 Football 2, 5, 4g Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4. 57 ANN CLAIRE TWOMEY 151 Hidden Road "Tombs" Student Council, Recording Secretary 45 Leaders Corps 35 Class Council 35 Ring Committee, Co-Chairman 35 Prom Com- mittee, Music Chairman5 MOSAIC StaE, 2, Feature Editor 3, 45 ANDANNO Staff, Junior Class Literary Assistant 3, Associate Literary Editor 45 Honor Society 3, 45 Science Club 25 French Club 3, President 45 Service Club 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Band, Majorette 2, 35 American Field Service Co-ordinating Committee 3. MARY PATRICIA WADE 48 Enmore Street .,MarY,, Service Club 25 Pep Club 33 Red Cross 2, 3, 45 Oflice Assistant 4. BONNIE ESTHER WALKER 44 York Street BEVERLY JOAN WALSH 80 Greenwood Road Q-Bevn Service Club 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Society 2, 3, 4. v- L "Bon Bon" Student Council 2, 35 Prom Committee 35 MARY JANE WALTON Service Club 2, 35 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity 26 Pearson Street Club 3, 45 Cheerleader, J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Captain 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2. 58 "Wally" Student Council 25 Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 4, Ski Club 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Cheerleader, J.V. 3, Varsity 45 Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3. ,SJ JEFFERY PEABODY WATSON 36 Prospect Hill Road uJeEn JAMES MICHAEL WEBB 33 West Wind Road "Stickshift" "Jim" MOSAIC Staff 2, 3, Service Club 4, Red MERRILLYN CAROL WATTS 5 Harding Street "Lynn" Service Club 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Choral Society 2, 3, 43 Oiiice Assistant 3, 4. Cross 25 Baseball 3, 4, Varsity Club 45 Ski Club 4. JUDITH BARBARA WHITCOMB 6 Boston Road Judv Service Club 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Choral Society 4. CHARLOTTE BLANCHARD WHITE 47 Andover Street "Susie" Service Club 2, 3, Pep Club 2, 3, 4. 59 DONALD RICHARD WHITE 172 Andover Street "Whitey" Varsigf Club 3, 4g Ski Club 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, . KENNETH JOHN WHITE 11 Virginia Road "Kenny" GAIL DOROTHY WINN 15 County Road "Gail" Service Club 3g Pep Club 2, 5. 60 NANCY ANN WINTER 32 Foster Circle "Nancy" ' French Club 25 Pep Club 2, 3g Ski Club 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3g Choral Society 33 Cheerleader, j.V. 3g Checkmates 2. Q4 liz . mffiifaf' W'TNQ-lJi:::i::w.1L'r'-'T5 -- pla net ' . fi'ff3Aia3f.ef2f12nI?iQiw,5wi:r:-12ItEiwL3fi??ier. - "'g,:1e'--- "' mar'fsnfsfwwqffsgf-'aa,iff,:w53rMg :pa ,K - ,t.,ri e,r. ,,,t1,,, , 'f:- gssifg-Zsbrfgfgviggffw inilllgs gd? ,. fm.:g, , 52347551 - 5 - , M if .ga - GERALDINE MARY WINTERS 4 Princeton Avenue "Geri" Prom Committee, Clerical Committee 3g Service Club 2, 5, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 4g Girls' Field Hockey 25 Girls' Bas- ketball 2. SANDERS RHODE WITMAN 197 Haggetts Pond Road "Pete" "Peter" Student Council 4g Class Council 35 Boys' Band 2g Winter Track 4g Spring Track 2 3, 4g Cross Country 4. MARY ESTHER WOODES 8 Summer Street ..Mary,. Service Club 2, 5, 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Red Cross 3, Project Chairman 4g Girls' Glee Club 45 Library Assistant 2. GWENDOLEN JANE YOUNG 105 Salem Street "Gwen" Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Choral Society 2, 3, 45 Madrigal Group 5, 4g Northeastern District Chorus 2g All State 2g A Capella Choir 2, 5, 4g Band, Majorette 2g Girls' Basketball 2. 61 BRUCE WILLIAM BISSETT 112 North Main Street "Booz" Weight Lifting 2, 3. JAMES FREDERICK CLARKE 152 North Street "Jim" "Pow Wow" Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Ski Club 3, 45 Foot- ball 2, 3g Winter Track 2, 3g Spring Track 2g Weight Lifting 2. CLIFFORD ERIC ROSS 2 Brechin Terrace l'Rick" Baseball 2, 3. BARBARA JEAN WATTERS 76 Spring Grove Road "Barb" MOSAIC Staff, Business Manager 3, 4g ANDANNO Staff, Junior Class Assistant 3, Advertising Manager 4g Honor Society 3, 4g Service Club 2, 3g Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Library Assistant 4. REMINISCENCE The class of 1964 - as a group - has been as lively and as individual as any of its predecessor classes of this era and as determined to leave its mark on the Andover High School. Our liveliness stemmed from the fact that we have treasured the good times we have had, always we have looked forward to more. We have been representative of our time in embodying the spirit of change, so prevalent in the modern world. In the legacy which we now leave at the Andover High School there is determination - a legacy for which we have worked, and of which we are proud. Although not unique in this respect, we were the largest class to enter this school Cin September 1961 D , destined to leave three years later as the smallest of the three senior high school classes. Undaunted, our class spirit carried us through the trials and tribula- tions of lockers, upper classmen, and the mid-year examinations. Always on guard for the best manner in which to overcome the pressures of study at this higher level, the more athletically-inclined of our members filled out the ranks of the football squad and gained the experience to uphold the team in the following two years. Our junior year was, perhaps, the most significant. We saw continuing change, and duly accepted it as a transition taking place in the world around us. Success marked our two dances, "Bubbles" and "The Unicorn." The imagination and creativity of the class was clearly demonstrated in the bizarre decorations. We made the first really important move in current appeal of Folk Music in Andover by presenting our own Folk Singers at our dances. CAt least, we like to think of it in that way.D Though we outwardly bemoaned the loss of Period A, our common sense nodded approval as college began to loom over the horizon. We could see that that period would have to yield to the schedules which we would have to face. That year will probably pass into history as the "Year of the Necktie." The boys had a few rebel days on which they wore the widest and most colorful ties in their collections. We sur- vived the seemingly endless routine of standardized tests - National Merits, College Boards, CAptitude and Achievementb, among others. Finally, we renounced the traditional Prom procedures, in doing so, perhaps we established a new trend for those who follow us. We had none of the fuss of decorations, but only the good time that followed. How did we ever overcome the temptation of "accidently" pushing our dates into the pool? It was a perfect night. It was our night. We returned last September as seniors - the epitome of perfection! We still managed to encounter various problems, however gracefully we managed to solve them. This was a year of sobering moments as we tried to assess our abilities to get into profes- sional schools or colleges. We sat back for "the long wait." We joined the bandwagon of the Mop-Headed Beatles. Our boys again proved them- selves as good competitors in the Tech Tournament. The Senior Class Council and the Student Council talked much, what was accomplished remains to be seen. We resigned ourselves to sitting in homerooms for the split assemblies, accepting the fact that Andover High School was growing - or that we were out-growing it in numbers. We saw the assassination of President Kennedy, who so symbolized the drive of Youth. We felt the loss, but learned to become accustomed to it as a part of life. We are, apparently, the last class which will graduate from "our" auditorium, a further reminder of the changing times. We shall always remember our three years at Andover High School, for they are a part of us. This, however, has been the year which will stay with us most, as we move forward. This was the saddest, gladdest, year. RING COMMITTEE Seated: J. Fisher, M. Mucci, K, Deyermond, A. Twomey, C. Trachym. Smnding: R. Lynch C. Connolly, M. Simpson, J. Clarke, C. Grey, L. Anderson, J. Barber, D. Dearborn. PRGM COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Bottom row: J. Forma, L. Neil, J. Brent. Sealed: B. Broderick, E. Parker. Abxent: L. Bourdelais QUEEN'S coURT Left to right: B. Corry, O. Korvasg C. Anderson, L. Andersong R. Nichols, L. Neilg B. Broderick, C. Deyermondg S. Bamford, F. Mugler. FL JXXlE'.R+ FIIIMSSSDN A The class of 1964 broke all traditions for their junior Class prom, "The Flower Drum Songf' on May 31, 1963. The prom committee, with co-chairmen and host and hostess jim Brent and Linda Neil, provided the music and entertainment to top off the evening. In place of the junior high school gymnasium we had the improved atmosphere provided by the Hillview Country Club. The evening passed by the pool, at the tables, and on the dance floor. We crowned our hostess as our queen, and our advisor, Miss Dugan, as our honorary queen. The class leaves this innovation in junior year activities as part of its legacy. Y 4 65 May I have a bite of your croWn?,' ueen for a day Hon and Hoytesx: J. Brent, L, Neilg Senior Clan P7'6.l'id6773f.' T. Coffman, J. Barberg junior Clam Prefidemf L. Anderson, C. Andersong Queenk Committee Chairman: B. Broderick, C. Deyermond, ,121 if lk, may ,,Mm.y.,,v, , ii 5' Kwflfaiiiwitaswlg'igsesigwv K SENIOR SUPERLATIVES I ,z it W MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Ann Kiley - Richard Nichols ,I V 'G MOST RESPECTED BEST DRESSED Peter Witman - Olivia Koravos DONE FOST FOR A.H.S. Johanna Forma - Richard Nichols TYPICAL SENIORS Linda Neil - Jim Brent Judy Delaney - Roger Jackson MOST POPULAR Bonnie Walker - Jim Brent CLASS FLIRTS jeff Crane - Nancy jordan CLASS ARTISTS Darlene Bennert - Ed Parker CLASS WORRIERS Barbara Richards - Fred Mugler CLASS SCHOLARS jo-Ellen Grant - Paul Nelson PEPPIEST Bonnie Walker - Frank Trombly BEST DANCERS Barbara Broderick -- Leonard Sheehan 2 s 1 MOST VERSATILE CLASS COUPLE Ann Twomey - Jim Brent Pat Tibbets - Bill Batchelder , -.. -vw s My M HI, gn- y '-x , , yi, ,fn-uv ,ldli CLASS CLOWNS MOST ATHLETIC Kathy Essoian - Bob Corry Jim Brent -- Pat Lynch ff fs. - VX .film CLASS MUSICIANS BEST FIGURE AND BUILD Gwendolyn Young - Bob Lane Sue Barnford - Sebastian Cataudella .A..,, -rg ,g .fg .,.. JL -fi.. lg, f'ls -fr HALL OF FAME Goldrrnitlo Prize Speaking C onteft William jolliffe, Susan Stanley H omeniaker of the Year Gail Winn Reprefentatrhfex to Boyr' State Richard Harrison, james Brent National Merit Scholarxbip Finalirt Ann Kiley D.A.R. Award Winner Barnard Erray Contest Margaret Scott Judy Freedman, Linda Neil, and Nancy Doyle UNDERCLASSMEN SUITE 5 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Ellen Watson, Geri Haggerty, Sharon Lynch, Joanne Emmons SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS no 1 Wendy Praetz, jane Gillan, Andrea Pasquale, Carol Dustin, Lorraine Broderick JUNIOR HOMEROOM 2 Fin! row: M. Adams, S. Armstrong, H. Brown, B. Buckman, J. Copeland, C. Barrett. Second row: L. Boucher, J. Brucato, L. Bourdelais, M. Berube, N. Auchterlonie, J. Blamire, M. Bruner, J. Asoian. Third row: R. Bartlett, S. Bishop, T. Bleakley, D. Bennett, W. Arrand, B. Arclizonne. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 4 Firft row: J. Chamberlain, E. Demers, J. Crompton, C. Conroy, M. Coleman, S. Butcher, M. L. Carr, P. Chlebowski. Second roam' C. Chalifour, L. Campbell, P. Campagna, J. Carter, P. Burnham, D. Chaisson, M. Carter, B. Cartier, A. Dandreta. Third row: C. Campbell, A. Cox, S. D'avi, R. Davis, D. Cunningham, M. Cetlin, M. Cebula, J. Demers, D. Chapman, H. Crowe, R. Cignoni. 73 ee JUNIOR HOMEROOM 6 Firrt row: L. Frishman, J. Doig, M. Early, R. Giaimo, S. Fee, B. Eldred, D. Gaudet, C. Ferris. Second row: R. Downing, A. Domasinsky, C. Eastman, C. Galley, R. Dery, R. Dewhirst, F. Froburg, R. Done, R. Dubrule, L. Fitzgerald, J. Emmons, J. Galloway. Third row: C. Gilcreast, C. George, F. Emmert, N. Drazy, B. Doherty, J. Gallant, R. Dauber, D. Edmunds, B. Gagne, F. Fereira, G. Dixon, R. Dion. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 10 First row: J. Haggerty, M. Johnson, J. Henderson, L. Houde, K. Horton, R. Girardin, J. Jackson, S. Grange. Second row: K. Hefner, D. Hodgman, R. Guerin, W. Jolliffe, C. Haines, W. Hulse, W. Hastings, C. Goumas, L. Hill, K. Harnedy. Third row: C. Goddard, C. Jacobson, P. Hershon, E. Harry, J. Henriques, D. Hayes, R. Heroux, M. Hall, R. Kaczynski, M. Kardos. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 19 Firrt row: S. Kohli, G. Loew, P. Kempton, J. Lariviere, M. Keaney, L. MacLaren, J. LeLacheur, B. Madison. Second row: B. Lunclgren, S. Lynch, W. Mardem, D. Lynch, L. Lauder, J. Letters, M. Kinnear, D. Klick, T. Lollredo, A. McCormick, K. Macklin, L. Masse, D. McAllister. Third row: R. MacCausland, T. Lake, S. Manning, E. Kilman, T. Looney, M. Mclineaney, T. May, P. Martellucci. JUNIOR HOMEROOM 20 Fmt row: L. Monan, S. Mullen, W. Noyes, H. Mellett, J. Oakes, G. Norton, B. McMillan, J. McLean. Second row: R. Moro, N. Neumark, M. O'Brien, G. Milne, H. Moore, C. Mills, B. Musen, A. McSurcly, L. Nolin, B. Ota. Third row: M. Newman, A. O'Reilly, G. Muller, W. Naylor, S. Murray, J. Messer- smith, C. McGrath, C. Murnane, D. Merrill, A. Mower, J. Nartiff, J. Passanisi. 75 JUNIOR HOMEROOM 21 First row: J. Pike, C. Sargent, K. Rokicki, S. Pepin, S. Remington, M. Runyan, J. Smyth, M. Richard V. Snyder, N, Sanfilippo. Second row: J. Piercy, V. Robertson, J. Selfridge, S. Sheaff, R. Pelletier R. Robichaud, B. Ristuccia, J. Simeone, P. Soreff, D. Roy, M. Savinelli. Third row: J. Rodden, J Piscadlo, L. Robins, J. Richards, R. Reynolds, D. Prescott, G. Petrie, K. Scherer, P. Shearston, G Schwedler, B. Reardon, W. Schmidt, R. Petrie, J. Souter. ww, ff . W JUNIOR HOMEROOM- PHYSICS LAB Fin! row: M. Thomson, S. Stanley, L. Southwell, K, Witman, M. Spark. P. Wilson, S. Stevenson C, Tarbox. Second row: E. Watson, D. True, F. Welch, R. Stanwood, B. Westaway, G. Wojtkun J. Winn, G. Winn, P. Whitefield, E. Turner. Third row: R. Wrigley, B. Whisnant, B. Vogt, D West, A. Yancy, J. Sweeney, C. Vogt, P. Surette. 76 1 v SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 9 Fin! row: S. Bayliss, G. Allin, P. Burnham, J. Carmichael, G. Buss, S. Bennett, S. Briggs, C. Bodge. Second row: H. Auchterlonie, J. Cataudella, C. Brightman, L. Broderick, R. Bailey, L. Andrew, C. Allen, C. Borrelli, R. Bussiere, J. Carter, K. Cebula. Third row: L. Brucato, J. Buck, R. Bentley, B Anderson, J. Canane, G. Brown, B. Carlson, J. Arnold, R. Ace, K. Bretts. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 11 Firrt row: C. Costello, M. Cronin, A. Collins, D. Crompton, A. Christopher, S. Dimlich, G. DeBell, M. Downs, D. Crossley, D. Downs, Second row: K. Cook, A. Dumont, D. Cole, C. Duncan, P. Croteau, L. Dembkoski, K. Donovan, A. Crowe, P. Dufresne, B. Coates, M. Disbrow, L. Craig P. Chenevert. Third row: C. Chase, E, Connor, P. Chase, G. Collins, P. Dantos, G. Douty, J. Donahue, F. Dalrymple, B. Deyermond, J. Crossley, T. Connolly, R. Dalton, A. D,Amore. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 12 First row: C. Higgins, B. Estell, C. Ermer, K. Glennon, C. Dustin, M. Goodno, J. Gordon, L. Green- wood, J. Ellis. Seond row: R. Durgerian, L. Fortuna, J. Gillan, E. Grant, C. Hatch, J. Hall, S. Harry, I. Greenhow, R. Eichhorn, N. Erler, M. Franz. Third row: S. George, K. Harrington, R. Franz, J Groleau, B. Harrison, R. Goldthwaite, D. Eastman, A. Copeland, J. Gaunt, B. Hills, L. Gravell. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 13 First row: I. Kuntzman, R. Johnson, H. Hurley, L. Hutchins, S. Lane, K. Lauder, S. Koza, G. Leighton, P. Jost, N. Lavin. Second row: R. Johnson, M. Lebow, L. Krauss, S. Leslie, H. Keaney, J. Kane C. Krauss, K. Johnson, J. Karlis, R. Jolliffe, M. Letourneau, K. Hodgman, M. Kyger, J. Jarheau, C. Horan, L. Johnson. Third row: J. Jenkins, R. Kun, D. Inman, F. Kennedy, B. Lemanna, B. Howard, S. Lamb, J. Horan, J. Kun, C. Lane, J. Hurley, M. Kiernan. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 14 Fmt row: J. Long, J. Feeterson, A. Moss, S. Loosigian, S. MacMackin, S. Meinelt, R. MacDougal1, S. McGrath, J. McEneaney, C. McGrath. Second row: N. McGregor, M. Moody, M. Marotta, L. Mazel, B. Monroe, W. Monroe, F. Gzlanter, D. Messersmith, E. McCarthy, L. Loosigian. Third row: G. Mathieson, J. McMahon, F. Markham, J. Morrissey, D. Morgan, P. Lussier, R. Locke, A. Margerison, S. Mooney, T. McCullom, T. Marjerison. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 16 First row: J. Ochsie, K. Muller, S. Puglisi, M. Phillips, K. O,Brien, J. Nigrelli, W. Praetz, B. Quesenberry, E. Nangle. Seeond row: S. Pirnpare, J. O'Connor, M. Oteri, J. Praetz, F. Orlando, R. Macfoot, C. Ordzie, J. Pizzano, L. Nichols, C. Prenclergast, C. Puglisi, A. Pasquale, P. Pawlik. Third row: J. Parisi, J. Murphy, D. Pepin, R. Porter, W. Over, M. Petrie, H. Raymond, G. Palmer, M. Noonan, J. Provasoli. SOPHOMORE HOMROOM 17 First row: S. Theberge, J. Salvage, E. Stewart, F. Saber, E. Steinert, J. Robinson, N. Saclowski, J. Smith, D. Svenson, J. Smeltzer, L. Sukoff, G. Smith. Second row: F. Romano, J. Shea, D. Rodden, B. Santuccio, H. Rotolo, J. Sweeney, C. Tevan, B. Shattuck, K. Stewart, K. Spires, L. Seikunas, C. Southwell, M. Sanguedolce, N. Ross. Third row: G. Testa, E. Saliba, R. Rokicki, C. Shiebler, D. St jean, K. Speyer, A. Stocks, M. Ristuccia. SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM 22 Pint row: P. Thornton, K. Vergardos, J. Wojtkun, M. Vulgaropulas, P. Woodworth, P. Woodson, P. Wile, D. Trainor, C. Whitcomb, D. Zimmer. Second row: B. Thompson, L. Leaver, T. Torris, W. Valentine, D. Thompson, R. Young, L. Weiser, T. Williams, D. Walker, P. Parker. Thzrd rom' B. Townsend, M. Winters, A. Thompson, D. Yeiter, B. Weaver, J. Weiner, A. West, C. Towne, G. Thomson, K. Walsh. IV ACTIVITIES INTERLUDE V 9 'N STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council's purpose is to give the student body representation through its elected home-room members. It is a form of democracy in action. The council has been active this year through the efforts of the executive board. They have held a dance, chosen an emblem for our newly acquired mascot, and provided the school with a very interesting Student Council Week. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL Left to right: E. Ellis, K. Deyermond, M. Musen, P. Tibbetrs, L. Neil, M. Scott, T. Katz, R. Nichols, E. Parker, J. Forma, P. Lewis, E. Seero, J. Barnes. SCIENCE CLUB The aim of the Science Club is to stimulate interest in science through discussions, movies, and speakers. The members are eagerly looking forward to a field trip which will conclude the year's program. Seated: J. Ellis, M. Skinner, R. Dalyrmple, M. Essiambre, J. Kane, H. Hurley. Standing: Mr. Gualteri, B. Ristuccia, R. Duboule, R. Bentley, M. Newman, R. Reynolds, C. Connolly, R. Craven, F. Mugler, P. Shearston, G. Muller, R. Sukoff, P. Chenevert, W. Westaway, P. Nelson, M. McGaughey. MATH CLUB The Math Club provides a broad field of interest for math students. As a member of the Northeastern Massachusetts Mathematics League, Andover sends ten students each month to compete in math contests. This year Andover has received many 2nd and 3rd place awards. it MOSAIC The MOSAIC, this year, was printed by a diflerent firm. Thanks to the guidance and concern of the new printers, our newspaper underwent a long overdue renovation. Every- thing from the heading to the actual paper was changed. With a new format and fewer physical restrictions the paper should be able to develop into a very respectable journal of student activities and opinions. At least a revision was attemptedg what follows will de- pend upon the free expression of views and the establishment of an imaginative, organized staff by next year's future journalists. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Standing: F. Romano, J. Salvage, D. Gaudet, E. Nangle, B. O'Leary, D. Chateauneuf, M. Runyan, M. Musen, A. Moss, K. Stewart, M. Disbrow, R. Moro, H. Auchterlonie. Sealed: C. Ermer, P. Pawlie, D. Walker, S. Koza, L. Sukoff, S. Briggs, M. Kyger. VARSITY CLUB The Varsity Club, a student organization, composed of varsity letter winners and cheerleaders, is the sponsor of many important school functions. The Varsity Club Dance has been an annual event, as well as the Basketball Jamboree. The proceeds from these events are used to provide a deserving student with a scholarship. The officers of this organization are: james Brent, President, Leonard Sheenan, Vice-President, Barbara Broderick, Secretary, and Ralph Dockray, Treasurer. M ..tim,,,...,,. , , na? A r y . . f , e ' ,M T V' r ' ,. 1, E32 'f . , M., A ,, A , 5 . Q. t . . at T mi' L' my E f ,, new 4 W 1 W , , 7, im. Q . , ., w his I ?iiw5fw,wf:i 'f , -'Q-1-W .V w f .K X, 1 silt' 'f if W-1 l 5 .1 .X . E? . sf' f , s s sfdkilf lx Qi' 4' ,flew-it V ' if 'V . . . y A . . 5 M f . , sf 'Q , EF :zz , i Mis he . 1 " ,gy , , Y- A .- If .... j ' . " pg- ,g . gg ..-,, . r 5 5 f :sf f , . T I, , ,V Q .is .,, K ,k ip A Em, . , 5 'F k,,. . . .357 LQ ex! e fi, Q 3'sS'2Z ' c, A l g , p 'fa 7 , qu: 2 . . ,xi , T ' H. f I - 5 5 5.-, ,,.1,.,,f ,,,.-.,,'a,, , E - st ,i , f T I . ,.-fm., Aw ? M It if f .r M . .. k is ' .sl lg A, V . ,. .,.,, ' '- 'rl . 5 .sr TROPHIES ART CLUB Seated: Carol Brightman, C. Tarbox, K. Rockiki, D. Bennert. Standing: L. Neil, L. Nolin, C. Tevan, M. Cebula, D. Stickland, P. Thompson, E. Parker, R. Orchard. Seated: N. Newmark, C. Tarbox, L. Lauder, A. Twomey, S. Stanley. Standing: A. McCormick, J Crompton, T. Laifredo, L. Frishman, N. Sanfrlippo, B. Musen, G. Loew, L. Remington, D. Hodgman M. Marotta, N. Colpitts, J. Emmons, F. Romano. SKI CLUB Members of the Ski Club have the opportunity to ski at local slopes at reduced rates. The group has planned many day trips to the mountains and one overnight. PEP CLUB OFFICERS Seated: L. Neil. Standing: Left to right: S. MacMackin, B. Eldred, M. Johnston. PEP CLUB The Pep Club has a large membership. Its purpose is to provide school spirit at games. The Club was instrumental in pro- moting the new A.H.S. symbol, the Golden Warrior. 87 JUNIOR RED CROSS an 1 ln keeping with the theme "People helping people," the members of the Junior Red Cross provided emergency baby sitting, assisted at the blood mobile, and visited with patients at the Cole nursing home. On the hundredth anniversary of the Red Cross the group hung colorful posters depicting the progress of the Red Cross on the wall of the cafeteria. SERVICE CLUB The Service Club has a dual purpose: service to both the school and the community. This year the Club sponsored a bakery sale and danceg the proceeds from these two events were used to provide spending money for the two A.F.S. students who are at An- dover High. In the fall they gave a Hallo- ween party for the children in the Bon Secours Hospital and in February they enter- tained the mentally retarded children in the B lc ' H ' . SERVICE CLUB OFFICERS ur 6 Memorial Ospml Seated: Lizbeth Nichols, Marge Musen, Pat Gi1l.Smnding: Millie Mucci, 88 Kit Ackerman, Kathy Essoian. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS Fin! row: D. Gaudet, C. Ermer, N. Godek, C. Allen, P. Pawlik, J. Oakes, A. Boulanger, M. Peront M. Disbrow, L, Broderick, E. Norgel. Second rom' K. Macklin, A. DeMore, J. Nartiff, B. Henderson J. Crompton. i CJFFICE ASSISTANTS "?7?TTLfM A . J. Spinney, T. Batchelder, L. Bourdelais, M. Watts, R. Downing, J. Russel, R. Moro, K. Connolly, M. L. Carr. HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS Seated: G. Norton, M. Runyan, S. Borrelli, N. Doyle, S. John- son, I. Grant, B. Hodgman, F. Koza, S. Bamford, D. Meicke, A-. Kiley, K. Lundgren, K. Deyermond, P. Lewis, J. Freedman. Second row: M. Briggs, D. Gaudet, C. Eastman, N. Drazy, W. Cooper, P. Nelson, M. McGaughey, M. Skinner, H. Dustin, C. Connolly, R. Nichols, J. Brent, F. Mugler, M. Scott, B. Watters, L. Anderson, J. Delaney, L. Neil, S. Ebert, N. Sanfilippo, N Neumark, M. Johnson, J. Asoian. Third row: L. Frishman, S Grange, N. McDowell, M. Essiambre, J. Emmons, C. Tarbox K. Horton, E. Parker, R. Reynolds, R. Sukoff, R. Kaczynski P. Shearston, D. Kocher, G. Solbraa, B. Reardon, W. Schmidt P. DeAngelo, G. Loew, S. Stanley, A. McCormick, M. Adams. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The purpose of the National Honor Society is to give recognition for high scholarship, outstanding school citizenship, and leadership. Membership in the society is restricted to 10721 of the student body. Each year an impressive ceremony is held to induct new members. Although the Honor Society in Andover High School is mainly honorary, it does sponsor fund- Members Being Sworn In raising activities in order to offer at least one annual scholarship of 35100. This year the society has partici- pated in two Eastern Massachusetts Honor Society Conventions in Wilmington and Natick. The pur- pose of these conventions was to exchange ideas which would strengthen the role of the National Honor Societies in the schools. Presentation of Certificates TWO YEAR MEMBERS Seated: N. Doyle, S. Johnson, J. Grant, B. Hodgman, F. Koza, S. Bamford, D. Meicke, A. Kiley, K. Lunclgren. .S't:mding.' H. Dustin, M. McGaughey, C. Connolly, R. Nichols, P. Nelson, J. Brent, F. Mugler, M. Scott, B. Watters, L. Anderson. vi' lr et ,yi V 'fl N Presentation of Pins Honor Society Tea Honor Society Tea Presentations 91 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE The American Field Service is composed of students who desire to learn more about exchange students and their hosts. The A.F.S. is supporting two students this year: Gunnar Solbraa and Gretha Scherrnerhetn. Gunnar is an exchange student from Norway. He has taken an active part in many high school activities and sports. Gretha is a student from Holland. Although she is a more recent member of the A.F.S., she has improved relations between our two countries. The group is planning to send an Andover High School student abroad next year. AMERICAN A FIELD SERVICE STUDENTS Gretha Schermerhorn Gunnar Solbraa AUDIO VISUAL BOYS W. jollifle, D. Mower, R. Craven, N. Drazy, W. Naylor, C. Galley W. Cooper, W. Whisnant, M. Skinner PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF GIRLS' BAND CHORAL SOCIETY I ORCHESTRA BOYS' BAN D A CAPELLA CHOIR CARPETBAGGERS FOUR QUARTERS MADRIGAL SINGERS K 2 L. f, A 4, ,- . fi' I Q Don't touch my pocketbookg there is a milkshake in it." "Developing the atomic bomb." "Boy, IJ She Nice." "Heap big Warrior" "Now you wait here until two o'clock." SPORTS z CRESCEN no ff!! X , f K X f I lx S Aww we O -gf. l1 ,.1,,7 ,-,gig sgr --- .Y , Y g,Y . f VARSITY FOOTBALL FOOTBALL 1963 An inexperienced I Andover High football team finished the season with a record of three wins and five losses. It is a credit to the ability of the seniors, and the rapid development of the sophomores and juniors that the team scored three victories in its last four games. The season was highlighted by victories over New- buryport C13-75 and Amesbury C12-OJ. This year there was only one Little Three contest. We did not play Methuen due to President Kennedy's death. Andover defeated North Andover C26-14D in the traditional Thanksgiving Day rivalry. The offensive team was composed largely of seniors: Ends -- Harry Dustin and Cal Deyermond, Tackles - Roger jackson and co-captain Ed Seero, Guards - Bob Cole and Alan Stocks, the only underclassman in the start- ing offensive line, and Center Jeff Barnes. Charlie Towne, a sophomore, was the starting fullback, Frank Trombly was the quarterback, and sophomore Tom Marjerison also saw much action. Dave Bennett and co- captain jimmy Brent were the two halfbacks. Many boys saw action on the defensive squad. In the defensive line were Ed Seero, Ed Huot, Joe Richards, jeff Barnes, Bruce Howard, Bruce Weaver, Bob Robi- 100 chaud, and Mat Hall. Roger jackson and Charlie Towne excelled as linebackers. Ron Kaczynski, Cal Deyermond, Dave Bennett, jimmy Brent, Tom Katz, Arthur Ricci, and Mike Simpson saw action in the secondary. With the experience gained by the sophomores and juniors this year, the team can look forward to a fine season in 1964. g At the football banquet, Roger Jackson received the award as the Most Valuable Player on the squad. Ed Seero was awarded the Most Outstanding Defensive Performer Award. Jimmy Brent received an award for the Most Outstanding Offensive Performer. Jimmy Booth received the Attitude Award and Harry Dustin received the award for the Most Improved Player. The team missed the services of outstanding letterman Ralph Dockray. It was an exciting, hard fought, and worthwhile season. The team was fortunate to have the services of Bill Cairnie as team manager. Cairnie was an outstanding player last year, and this season he was invaluable in performing his many duties for the squad. L Kuay ' ff Y. .fa 1 L ,fa dial' A"-.., '. Ed Seero jim Brent C 0 captain Co-captain 4-J Q? EBAY xv- -uiuvur 'ff Q2 'Q B, F 51' Pi ,125 ,QQQRQ N 9 as NWEEW? aooo Q , , Roger jackson ,TH I Q51 N 5: A . . fa! fi N257 11,5 ELF? 5 u A- - a eggl Q rgfn . 1, '5fP7'f 's2 Liga A . i lfa1?'1iAc F4 Q ' 'Wig ' 1 -f f' ' - ' 1-,WNW me 5 . ,. :,5eZi2:51-.5-a: .5 ,.q, ,,, x - V wi,-w el - 5 2352 W -:mi V 1, ' Y Q 342 iff ' Bob Cole Vanity C oacbes: Hixon. Www Frank Trombly Collins, Mr. ff xt -3 .1 'S 1 7? X. f, . I ai ' ' Now what do I do? ! Oh, oh, Here comes another one! JUDO Boy, we're gonna' catch it for this! "Stop crying: I do so like you! Do the Bumbles bounce? "Are you rejected because of dandruff?" TAR BABY 6! It came from the Shawsheen river! I use Elmer's Glue-all. You better run buddy. "Let's not play horsey now" "Give me an 'A'! Sitting: R. Jackson, F. Trombly, Capmin H. Emerson, J. Brent, J. Earley, B. Murphy. Top row: M. Noonan, A. O'Reilly, A. Yancy, D. Bennett, C. Murnane. Manugerrs Chris Gilcreast, Cliff Goddard. BASKETBALL Again this year, Andover High can be proud of its basketball team. The team came close to winning the Northeast Conference Crown and qualified for the Eastern Massachusetts Schoolboy Tournament CTech Tournamentj with a record of fourteen wins and four losses. The team, led by captain Hugh Emerson, consisted of Art Yancy, jim Earley, Dave Bennett, Roger Jackson, Alan O'Reilly, Bob Murphy, Frank Trombly, jim Brent, and Rick Harrison. Much was contributed by Noonan, Gallant, Petrie, and Marjerison. The team was also successful in winning the Little Three Crown, sweeping all four games with North Andover and Methuen. The season was highlighted by victories over such teams as Marblehead and Winthrop. A great deal of credit goes to Coach Hixon for keeping the team "on the ball." Speed, a strong bench, and a strong desire to win made this team successful. These traits helped the team defeat South Boston 56-51 in their first Tech Tourna- ment game. Vanity C ouch: Mr. Hixon Captain: Hugh Emerson Jr. Vanity Coach: Mr. Vickers SENIOR MEMBERS Roger jackson X Jim Early Captain - Hugh Emerson Bob Murphy Frank Trombly TECH TOURNAMENT 4 ,- Q. Xxlfxq A xzzgff' W s 631 'aa- .fs 55 2 r 'iv M 'EY mei 2:3 . , L. , 5 Ei 'Vx X -r f' ' Q iii' . i ff" fe 1: R K ,Q 2, i A1 A nqsdv' 'gulf' Pint row: Co-captains S. Cataudella and D. Lyons. Second row: L. Weiser, L. Mazel, G. Testa, M. Arnold, M. Winters, C. Shiebler, C. Vogt, S. Murray, D. West, G. Wotjkun, N. Auchterlonie, B. Ardizonne, R. Dery, R. Pelletier, J. Mottram, W. Leong. GYM TEAM The gym team, under the able coaching of Mr. Joseph Dorsey, has won two straight State Championships. This year they hope to make it three in a row. They are currently undefeated, with twelve victories. This year the state championships will be held in Andover, thus everyone will be given the opportunity to cheer for the Golden Warriors, and see some line performances. This year's team is led by co-captains Dennis Lyons and Sam Cataudella. Lyons specializes in the side horse and long horse and Cataudella in the still rings and high bar. Ben Ardizonne, a three event man, has contributed much to a winning squad. James Mottram has been outstanding in tumbling and floor exercise as has Warren Hastings in free exercise and the parallel bars. Ray Pelletier has excelled in the high bar. David West, Ray Dery, and Bill Leong have also done well in the still rings. Sam Murray, and Norman Auchterlonie have shown steady improvement on the side horse. Congratulations on a fine season and good luck in the state meet. D. Lyons W. Leong J. Morrram S. Cataudella TRACK TEAM Front row: C. Pike, J. Provosoli, D. Kocher, H. James, H. Dustin, R. Nichols, R. Dockray, L. Sheehan, G. Solbraa, C. Gray, R. Lynch, R. Corey, E. Seero, E. Ellis, J. Scuderi. Second row: L. Robbins, R. Kaczynski, T. Lake, J. Pascaldo, W. Doherty, W. Westaway, P. Shearston, R. Heroux, M. Cetlin, J. Provosoli A. West, E. Huot, G. Brown. Third row: P. Whitman, J. Mac Mahon, D. Thompson, R. Dalton, B. Hill, S. Lamb, D. Eastman B. Harrison, R. Morgan, Coach Mr. Collins. WINTER AND SPRING TRACK The track team has attained another fine record, despite injuries and sickness this winter. Having placed well in the Northshore League, the team is looking forward to continued success in the spring. The team is led by co-captains Lennie Sheehan and Ralph Dockray. Lennie is a standout in the mile and Ralph is an excellent shot putter. Ed Huot and Ed Seero have also done well in the shot put. Rick Nichols and Harry Dustin have done a good job in the hurdles and compete in the high jump regularly. Nichols has had an outstanding winter season as State Class C Champion in High Hurdles, and it is hoped that he will do as well in the spring. 112 Sophomore john MacMahon and junior Robert Petrie have shown well in the 300, while Cliif Pike and Henry james have done a line job in the 600. Roland Heroux has brought home many firsts in the 1000 yard run. In the spring, Bill Doherty, Dan Kocher, and Sam Cataudella will be counted on in broad jump and pole vault. Harry Dustin will throw in the javelin and Huot, Robert Lane, and Dockray will hurl the discus. Roger .Jackson will contribute to the team in the 880 and Dave Bennett will aid in the high jump and hurdles. John Provosoli and Dean Eastman will run in the dash and Robert Corry in the 1000. Rick Nichols takes first place in state meet High j um p First row: L. Sheehan, D. Kocher, G. Solbraa, C. Pike, E. Parker. Second row: P. Witman, T. Lake, P. Shearston, S. Manning, J. Provosoli, A. West, F. Dalrymple, Coach Mr. Dorsey. CRGSS COUNTRY The cross country team had an interesting and enjoyable season under the coaching of Mr. Dorsey. The team was led by co-captains Ed Parker and Lenny Sheehan. Sheehan took many lirsr places. Parker, Clif? Pike and Joe Provosoli also ran well. The team can certainly look forward to a fine season next year. Co-captains Ed Parker 8c Lennie Sheehan. v Front row: S. Butcher, M. Carr, Co-captain, P. Lynch, Co-captain, C. Dustin, J. Bayliss. Second row: S. Dimlich, D. Walker, S. Briggs, P. Kempton, J. Oakes, R. Eichhorn. Lax: row: D. Svenson. GIRLS' BASKETBALL The Girls' Basketball team was in the process of Sophomores, 2 Juniors, and 4 Seniors. Seniors partici- reorganization this year, after losing most of their pating were Captain Par Lynch, julie Leslie, Matty varsity and junior varsity players. Although their Peront, and Judy Bayliss. Miss Tribou, the new season was not successful, the girls acquired much physical education instructor at Andover and Girls' experience and were introduced to many new tech- Basketball coach, anticipates an excellent season next niques. The Varsity Team was composed of 5 year. C 0-capmim: Pat Lynch 8: Mary Lou Adrziror: Miss Tribou Carr CHEERLEADERS VARSITY SQUAD Left to right: D. Thresher, R. Moro, J. Henderson, A. Moss, J. McGilvray, B. Walker, Capming S. Brown, B. Broderick, B. Eldred, O. SENIOR MEMBERS Top to bottom: Captain B. Walker, B. Broderick, O. 116 Korovos, J. McGilvary, D. Thresher, S. Brown. Korovos, J. Simeone. The unlimited pep and enthusiasm shown by our cheerleaders this year has certainly been an incentive toward victory in all athletic contests. Under the leadership of Captain Bonnie Walker, the girls developed many cheers to support our new school mascot "The Golden Warriors". In December the cheerleaders sponsored a Cheerleader's Clinic for all schools in the surrounding area. This was the first clinic inl Greater Lawrence and the cheerleaders hope that other schools will continue this practice since it proved beneficial to all who attended. The girls sold Golden Warrior sweatshirts to be worn during the games in the fall. They also sponsored a football dance "The Huddle". Both activities helped to increase school spirit and the support of the new symbol. l F J. V. CHEERLEADERS Left to rigbl: C. Campbell, J. Jackson, E. Stewart, S. MacMackin, C. Trachym, Captain, M. Cronin J. Wojtkun, J. Praetz, C. Southwell. I e Mixed Emotions ' Our Mascot Advisor: Mrs. Simeone Thanksgiving day The Student Council officially changed our mascot to the Golden Warrior. Each student was asked to submit ideas for the new mascot. After the final choice was made, designs depicting the new mascot were judged by the council. The Warrior designed by Ed Parker was chosen. The symbol now appears on Student Council book covers, sweatshirts and all team uniforms. The Cheerleaders and the Pep Club worked diligently to support the Golden Warrior. Many new cheers and school songs were used at the games. With the spirit shown by the students the athletic teams have done a fine job under the new mascot. During an impressive rally in the fall, Sebastian Cataudella personified the mascot by appearing in an original indian costume. We who have initiated this, hope that the new mascot will become a tradition at Andover, and that the athletic eams will continue their fine performances. STUDENT LIFE FINALE UJ5 "And what do you want for Christmas??" "I - One of these days, - you boys! And here's where we plant the depth charge." 120 "No, no - not on my desk! "What? You're a football player, too." 4 ip "Park her in the rear buddy!" Jiri, gf' -2 .. me S fi vsw5sf'f . 159 ggfssige "After a two year rest, my group showed 342: fewer cavities." "Who's been putting rubber lead in my pencil?" "Who was booing at the Tech Tourney? 121 "Oooh, what a cookie! " fills A flreside char with Uncle Boyle. winks No, I don'r usually correct papers in chalk. And then the lirde bear . . . They will smell ir all the way to the gym. No, a circle does not have a square root I told him not to wear his tie near the machine. A111-ight, who put the pin-up on the black- board. fffeaixvmanw, Y Z! I just love Ringo! No, I don't but I look at the pictures. Sit down - that was just the warning bell. 123 Where's the one about Humpty Dumpty? I ' 5 You've got two weeks to live!" Love ar first sight! "Sieg Heil! U Emerson "puts" ir in. "Okay, who put sand in my sar1dwich?? When the brakes fail I drag my feet!" "Oh, he stepped on my foot." "Welcome to the Luau." "Mr, Dorsey, can'r we use a basketball?" as Ls f "Now where did I leave my car?" "Nice Shot! " l "Who said they all left?" F111 her up' "Let's see who was buried in Grant's tomb?" 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INSURANCE REAL ESTATE WILLIAM A. DOHERTY '25 JOSEPH B. DOHERTY '27 JAMES D. DOHERTY '33 4 - 6 MAIN STREET KENNETH P. THOMPSON INC. 48 MAIN STREET TREAT HARDWARE ANDOVER, MASS. 582 ESSEX STREET' "Ando11e1": Large!! School Supply Dealer" LAWRENCE, MASS. Greeting Cards Gifts G 0n0w0.Q9x0,e0v0v-0:s0wf0w'0u0w'0f0w0v0ff0M0v'0ff0 X 1?5'9'G0i40' 05Z5401l07540565'0i'05 l096"'Q?f0W0 Gi? BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1964 FROM LAWRENCE MAID FOOTWEAR Ui? 05'-2 403' S7690't05 05'07 JK 70' 0K0'40,0Y 611014016205 0140427 -0X01f0f 5C9f10'K0v ff oxowafo-Aaaowafaeaa fofaxoxovoas 84 MAIN STREET Bay state Mere ants NATIONAL BANK Member of the Federal Deporil lnsnrnnce Corporation I t 'L .fl Serving Greater Lawrence Since 1847 E ANDOVER INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS 5 90 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS Q Telephone: 475-5151 "A BUSINESS SCHOOL FOR TODAY'S BUSINESS" COURSES OF STUDY-ONE AND TWO YEAR PROGRAMS S SECRETARIAI. SCIENCE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION IBM SYSTEMS f Executive f Management -A' IBM Systems - fk Medical f Marketing if Business Automation S f Legal ir Accounting ir Scientiiic Research ANDOVER PLUMBING 8. HEATING CO. 5 211 NO. MAIN STREET Tel. GR 5-5121 ANDOVER, MASS, Ng -f-LIN The Pied Piperr of Andover Floral Derignr - Potted Pldntr - Cn! Flower! mOSQ C5!OWQfS 85 LAWRENCE STREET, CORNER ELM STREET LAWRENCE, MASS. Phone 58705 "Flowerr Telegrnpbed Everywhere" G f.0v 40"-?0l0719"0Y-0Y0'Q0'49"0"0"7f?'0x Best Wifbex to the CLASS OF 1964 PHINNEY'S Temple Electric 8. Radio Shop Inc. Record: - Radios - T.V. - Stereo Repaim on all Make T.V.'I' ANDOVER GIFT HOUSE INC. Tel. 475-1175 10-12 PARK STREET ROBERT W. PHINNEY g 95 MAIN ST. ANDOVER, MASS. ANDOVER, MASS- OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE ANDOVER SPA "PETES" 5 E SMART 8g FLAGG INC. 5 5 The Insurance Office For Over 100 Years 5 9 ELM STREET Te1.475-6161 OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE S ANDOVER, MASS. 91 MAIN ST. ANDOVER COMPLIMENTS OF THE DOYLE LUNIBER CO. STAR'-'NGS Be:zofLucla,GmduazeI STATION BENEFICIAL FINANCE COMPANY 205 NORTH MAIN STREET ANDOVER MASS Complimmof S O R E F F ' S GR 5-9808 209 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE S 3000200 awfomemofaawwoawfooooawvaoowffaoowx DANIEL'S INC. Shoes - Drexxef - Sportswear Clark Desert Boot All :ea foodr fried to order Sandler of Boston Bobbie Brooks THE DAME SHOP Girdler, Bray,Lingerie,Sleepwem', Hamibagx, Elartic Slockingr ANDOVER 475-5400 475-1658 40 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, MASS. ANDOVER REALTY AGENCY Shawsheen Village - 475-0600 S U T H E R I' A N D S Opposite Turnstyle - 68245100 ,,MerrimaCk Valleys Donald A. MacNeil, Manager LEADING n Family Department Store" C omphment: ANDOVER FINANCE COMPANY OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE ANDOVER ELM SQUARE ANDOVER 509-329 ESSEX STREET LAWRENCE ANDOVER CONSUMERS COOPERATIVE, INC. O 68 MAIN STREET ANDOVER 40' 40'7620'0fW12?'0f0 0f01f0Y 17201 01' S x fa ,' +. fs J'-t,cf S 4:- 2212 , oy 7 vig ,. K I4 before or after the game for the tastiest treat in town' TRY TH l "ALL AMERICAN" VP' 4 . ef cfs-A v " i 'tet Q l x I 'lr IW' P iid-4 gig , If A f .4 ,N ' 4 U4 x ' , ,I ll . Y sa- ' f , - 1 , . Mc A, Mel s-ms. N W ' ' ' X to Y- x ' 1 ExFXvN: X Hip 1 n 1.6, 1 xx XXXQ N' yi Q J A foaxr ro glxr I r M, W 1 I fx xi ff wi - X 7 '- IOOZ PURE BEEF HAMBURGER GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES OLD-FASH-IONED SHAKE Before or after the ball game . . . or for a tasty snack anytime . . . bring your date to McDonald's. Enjoy the goodness of McDonald's Hamburgers made of 100'Za pure beef, government inspected and ground fresh daily. 'They're served hot off the grill on toasted bun. Here at McDonald's you get fast, cheerful, coiuteous service . . . plenty of parking . . . no car hops . . . no tipping . . . the tastiest food in town at prices that please. look for tho golden arches I on I 0ll3 195 NO. MAIN STREET f0000 X C omplimentr to The Graduates ANTON'S CLEANERS 357 NO. MAIN ST., ANDOVER Essex Plaza from Lawrence ANDOVER INN UNION 8a HARNDEN STS., READING CHAPEL AVE. 475-5903 "where cleaning ir an arf' Now - Still Another PLUS for the patrons of the popular VILLAGE ANNEX 14 MAIN STREET Get Valuable S8cH Green Stamps MICHAEL J. SULLIVAN INC. OUR 77th YEAR 1887 - 1964 Over 40,000 sq. ft. Dirplaying Ameritak Better Furniture G Rngr with TEXAC0 at Reafonable Pricer GASOLINES 686-6157 226 ESSEX ST. LAWRENCE COCO'S BARBER SHOP Barber Service by Appointment C omplimentf 0 f ELANDER and SWANTON, INC. Phone 475-0452 Clothing - Fnrnirbingr - Footwear Free and Easy Parking For Dad! nd Lad! 6 POOR ST. SHAWSHEEN VILLAGE 57.53 M AIN STREET ANDOVER BEST WISHES THE SENIOR CLASS THE STUDENT COUNCIL -05'-9N0"w7"549" 0K7f0f0N0X0"-020' JAcKsoN LUMBER co. COLE HARDWARE MAIN ST. ANDOVER 1012 JACKSON STREET LAWRENCE HUNNEMAN and COMPANY, INC. Realtor: MU 6-4141 66 MAIN ST., ANDOVER Mrs. Robert L. Morgan Mrs. John Y. Giblin Tel. Andover 475-4477 Lef: Go Bowling + 5 ANDOVER RECREATION CENTER S 5 E 34 PARK ST. K C omplimentx of 9 ANDOVER compzimemf THE VARSITY CLUB of 5 A FRIEND + SPORTS GEAR and GET-UP S FROM AROUND THE WORLD D ..,. f. .v!gZg2g.,.f!3Ef2Eg gf-.Y -.-:-:-:-'-5:-:-:-. .ig -.gg5.g..g!g.g.g..,. "-'-. :'1-iii' g -:..g2'4'N1ss-BQP4-.3Qg2g! . - . .C 'fZ'.'5'.'.'.'. -M ,- -..:::w' I 114.-1+ 2-:-.-:J 2-: ' ' , ..-.-.-.-651.-: . I ami 5 513011 913013 V - J, S K 01'?40'Q?010v' i0D0'102Q762f0rf0v0'f01 if 05G?'0510K0'f'01'01'90' PEP NOW IT'S PEPSI . . . FOR THOSE WHO THINK YOUNG 0l61f0Y01'02401'0K0v'01f0ff7Q0I049l0'65WN0f0'0fL00001'0N7'6 X x9'r0v0v WM Bm WMM SUPREME CLEANERS fmmlbe SHAWSHEEN PLAZA H sh' s ' GIRLS MARCHING BAND 3 our iff erm 1 Hour Dry Cleaning and the BQYS MA RCHING BAND Expert Finishing - Tailoring CLARK MOTOR CO., INC. Cornplimentf of 275 SO. UNION ST. LAWRENCE THE CLASS OF 1966 Bus. Phone 475-6333 Res. Phone 475-3450 THE RAVEN BEAUTY SHOPPE 28 PARK STREET Phone 475-1136 We Pride Oaryelvex on Oar Scalp Treatmentf, Facialx, Hair Styling: and Permanent! T. 8. B. TRANSPORTATION HAGGETTS POND RD. ANDOVER GLENNIES DAIRY Quality with Service Since 1890 Best Wishes To The Class Of 1964 ROLLING GREEN SERVICE CENTER S 8: H Green Stamps 309 LOWELL STREET, ANDOVER 198 MASS. AVE., NORTH ANDOVER Tel. 475-9851 Good Lack and Ben Wlfhef DR. PAUL SECCARECCIO, D.M.D. FORD'S COFFEE SHOP GLEASON BUILDING LAWRENCE 14 MAIN ST. ANDOVER For Your Range, Fael, and Gafoline CYR OIL CO. Texaco Dixlribatorx, Serving Merrimack Valley MU 6-2775 100 WATER ST. LAWRENCE, MASS. TOWERS MOTOR PARTS 33 SO. BROADWAY LAWRENCE s7'?401f051?f0'050"?f0'10f40Pf0Y0W0' 1 2 A E 0n0'v 010147 '-0ff0'f '0" 205' ' K91' Congratulations REINHOLD'S To Th S ' Cl Shoef F0rThe Entire Family e amor ass THE ANDOVER BOOKSTORE Men? and Boylr Fitrnixhingf OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE MAIN STREET Tel. 475-0078 ANDOVER, MASS. Bert Wifhef to the Clan of1964 THE COFFEE MILL Bfeakfaxt F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. Luncheon 5 SHAWSHEEN PLAZA Snpper ANDOVER 125 MAIN STREET ANDOVER Beft Wiyhef To GR 5-2929 The Clam of1964 VALENTWE wHlTwoRTH's Flowerf From The H eart Sporting Goods Store 581 ESSEX STREET MAIN ST. ANDOVER, MASS. LAWRENCE JEWELER - OPTICIAN WATCHES - CLOCKS - DIAMONDS - SILVER WARE The Most Complete Stocked Jewelry Score in Merrimack Valley "The Biggest Little jewelry Store in the State" 46 MAIN STREET Phone GR 5-0830 BAKERY TREATS T H E D E N BY S U S I E S W E E T S DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT CHICKEN BAR-B-QUE DEN ROCK ROAD 475-0753 689-9888 . S 40? vxoawawxavasfaawuatfo-fotfoawx 5 5 Compliments of MERRIMACK VALLEY NATIONAL BANK Continuous Community Service Since 1814 23 MAIN STREET, ANDOVER, MASS. Also Serving Merrimack Valley in 5 5 GEORGETOWN - HAVERHILL LAWRENCE - MERRIMACK 5 METHUEN - NORTH ANDOVER S 5 3? Pl? Sl: 6 S 5 Member of Federal Depofit Imzrrance Corporation 5 5 C omplimerm of 5 P L A Y H O U S E LANE FUNERAL HOME ANDOVER 68 PARK ST. ANDOVER, MASS. WOODWORTH MOTORS ANDOVER TEEN CENTER Cadillac 8: Chevrolet Sales 8: Service WOBURN ST. ANDOVER SHAWSHEEN SQUARE S xo-eoxaeanav awweamwfafafmwwwwcawwcawwafaowavfawwiawwffafawx Compliments of b 5 MAIN STREET ANDOVER C ompliments of DOUGLAS N. HOWE INSURANCE-REAL ESTATE Tel. 475-5100 MAIN STREET ANDOVER MORRISSEY TAXI INC. GR 5-sooo C 0 ngratnlationf To The Senior Clan' and Beit Wifhey For The Fntnre W. R. HILL, INC. SIMEONE'S PHARMACY WM. F. SIMEONE, Reg. Pharm. DeQUATTRO'S RESTAURANT Specializing in American and Italian Foodx 2 MAI T E GR 5-9747 N S RE T ANDOVER, MASS. ANDOVER SQUARE TO THE JET AGE CLASS TAKE OFF Complimentx of BEST FROM ROSE GLEN DAIRY H O W E H E A T TOWN PRINTING COMPANY Complete Printing Service 26 ESSEX STREET ANDOVER, MASS. Tel. 475-0626 Beit of Lack THE YANKEE LADY OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE E 5 E E 2 I S .ga 064207 202 201' '0110fl0N0f 7' 101' ?C0N0M9X0N?'0N05'740K0740W6'G7205?G0N0'0'5'l0"'0"?40'5Y6x 5407 405'0PG02 GENTRY'S 3 349 ESSEX ST. LAWRENCE LOWELI. MOLDING CORP. N 50 ISLAND ST. LAWRENCE 000000 -04'-0Y0K '-0'0'0NOY 61.02 0'K016'f PC9102-01' Compliment: of ANDOVER COUNTRY CLUB CANTERBURY STREET ANDOVER I A ANDOVER ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING fx -. ,QPR ! ' Msfgif 2 A COMPLETE SELECTION EARLY AKZIERICAN and Colomlal FURNITURE 8: ACCESSORIES nc Q Maple, Pine, Cherry and Mahogany QGLIWT ALSO Dminaive G1f?J'f01' the Horne mm YOUR ETHAN ALLEN' DEALER FOB. Ml-JIRIMAC VALLEY OpmDn!1y8l.m.to9p.m4-SnhardayuBlm.lo8p.m.-CIoaed B The FURNITURE BARN AI Vwlmni' Comer NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 0K0N0Y-0'0N0' Mmdayl R r0'f040f0Y 101' X?" P-02' I E Be:t Wi:he: TO THE CLASS OF 1964 From HARTIGAN'S PHARMACY f10'f0K02 Compliment: of MICHAEL JAY'S MAIN STREET ANDOVER Compliment: of ANDOVER ANIMAL HOSPITAL Be:t Wi:he: TO THE CLASS OF 1964 From THE MAJORETTES Compliment: of SHATTUC K'S EXPRESS SERVING MASSACHUSETTS FOR OVER 50 YEARS OLDE ANDOVER VILLAGE C ompliment: OI FRANZ PACKAGE STORE C ompliment: of FAIRVIEW DAIRY CANDY-ICE CREAM BERNARDIN INSURANCE REAL ESTATE 16 CHESTNUT ST., ANDOVER BEST WISHES T0 THE SENIOR CLASS THE JUNIOR CLASS F651 X 00f01v0Y040N0' DISCOUNT FOODS ROUTE 28 - NORTH READING CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1964 THE SERVICE CLUB 5 "H e Profit! M ost Who S ewes Best" CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHESI TO THE CLASS OF '64 RAYTHEON-ANDOVER lC0"0'0-'0'-0? 0H0vr0v-9'-0M0Y 5 f0Y0I61'0f 0.0 .0v . 1... XQI' LUNDGREN FUNERAL HOME INC. T U N E T 0 W N AMESBURY ST., LAWRENCE C ompliments of EAGLE INN 464 LOWELI. ST., ANDOVER Counter and booth service Featuring chicken barbecue PURITY CLEANERS, INC. 5 Shirts done as you 5 like them DONALD E. LUNDGREN Q BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1964 From GERRISH 84 PETER'S INC. 33 BROADWAY LAWRENCE, MASS. LUIGI'S RESTAURANT Featuring Fine Food! 6 Cocktail: Steaks - Lobslen -- Italian Cuisine 689-9 1 8 1 4 NEWBURY ST. LAWRENCE ANDOVER REALTY AGENCY GR 5-0600 MU 8-4241 RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL 1 LOWELL ST. SHAWSHEEN VILLAGE, MASS. SHAWSHEEN PHARMACY 2 POOR ST. ANDOVER Prescription Delivery 475-2590 BILLIE'S ART STUDIO Specializing in art supplies for the fme and graphic arts 22 ESSEX ST. ANDOVER 0' COLOMBO AND SONS CREAMERY INC. 51 ARGILLA RD. ANDOVER YOGURT S 0'01f0Y0f720v N Wm! H XWMWL 4 f 117727 l fllll ' ' 7 gm f T. O'Too1e 8: Sons, one of the HIS! printers in the nation to pro- duce yearbooks by offset, bring to you progressive ideas tempered by experience and a reputation for painstaking workmanship. 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