Bellingham High School - Epilogue Yearbook (Bellingham, MA)

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4«MWMii£ ! » ■» ' ■ Ilyin T PUBLISHED by tho CLASS OF 1954 BELLINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL BELLINGHAM MASSACHUSETTS We, the Claes of 195 take great pleasure in dedicating our Epilogue to James Keough, our Claes Advisor. It is only through his loyal guidance as our home-room teacher that we succeeded so well in all we undertook to do as Seniors. He shall always be remembered by all of us as a wonderful teacher, but more than that, as a wonderful friend. Mr. Percy L. Rowe, Superintendent Mr. Edward F. Colline, Principal . Francis J. Mre Dorothy Ryan Mr Flynn ir x. rv n r» T Miss Eleanor M Bailey Mr. Alfred F. Godin EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Dolor68 Pretto BUSINESS MANAGER France8 ftiulhus LITERARY STAFF Lucillo Poirier % PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS ADVISOR Jamas J Keough ASSOCIATE EDITOR Shirley Godin HUMOR Dolores Bokoski Georgette Cote ART SPORTS Lauront Dalpe Edward Nowlande James Mazdrachi Robert " Butch " Melville Our class president, wins new friends every day. allty will Insure his success Song: Saying: Ambitions Pet Peeves Activities: Lover " Big Deal " Draftsman Trigonometry President 2,5 4; Olub 2; A A 4; who with his charming smile, His wonderful person- in later years. Basketball 2; Musical 4. Glee Club 1,2,5; Radio Baseball 2,4; Play 5; Roland " Ro land " Gagnon Polite, talkative, always willing helping hand. The only student who has during English class. to lend a a good time Songs Sayings Ambiti ons Pet Peeves Activities s Wanted " Cut it out " Veterinarian Trigonometry A. A. 2,5,4; Vice-President 4; cal 4 Musi- Lucille " Lou " Poirier Sweet, unselfish, personality plus; all. Loves to laugh and is sure to get of life Songs Sayings Ambitions Pet Peeves Activities s liked by a lot out You Belong To Me " Aw come on " Hair Dresser Slowpokes Secretary 5 4; Glee Club 1,5 4; Radio Olub 1,2; Yearbook Staff, Cheerleader 5 4 • Ronald " Pesky " Koloski The smile that made this saying famous: " Where there ' s Pesky, there ' s laughter " He is sure to be a hit in whatever he undertakes. Songs Sayings Ambiti ons Pet Peeves Activities s Birth Of The Blues " Who, me? " Electronical Engineer Being kidded about the Red Sox Basketball 2,5 4; Baseball Treasurer 5,4; Musical 4. 2 , 5 4 ; Patricia " Pat " Allaire Mi a chief, noise, and laughter—put them toget¬ her and you ' ve got one thing—Fht The girl who hae made more friends in two yeara than moat girls make in twelve years Songt 8ayings Ambitions Pet Peeves Aotivitiess Til Then " You birdie kid " To live to collect old age pension Waiting Glee Olub 3,4; Radio Club 5 Musical 4; Radio reporter 4 Theresa " Terry " Blain Quiet, serious, dreamy, Terry Always there to help out at any class affair, and is sure to be a success You, You, You " Oh come on " Secretary Gossipers Songs Sayings Ambitions Pet Peeves Activitiess Basketball 2; Glee Club 4; Musical 4 Dolores " Dolly " Bokoski Gay, likeable, always smiling, she ' s everybody ' s friend Her co-operative manner is sure to be her key to success Songs Til We Two Are One Sayings " Get off the road " Ambitions Bookkeeper Pet Peeves Absentee List Activitiess Student Council 4; Cheerleader 3 Musical 4; Glee Club 1,2,4; Yearbook Staff. Carol " Carol " Bouliane Neatest girl in the class Her sociable manner and friendly ways have endeared her to our class Our best wishes go with Carol for the future Songs Cuddle Me Sayings " You clown " Ambitions Private Secretary Pet Peeves Getting up early in the morning Activitiess Glee Club 3 5 Cheerleader 4; Musical 4. George " George " Brown Diligent, quiet, unassuming, and studious. George will carry our best wishes with him when he leaves higji school and goes into the business world. Song Red River Valley Saying " I wouldn ' t doubt it. " Ambition Mechanic Pet Peeve Girls dancing together Activities Musical 4. Roger " Rookie " Canestrari Tall, dark, and handsome. His wonderful person¬ ality and great athletic ability are sure to gain him a good foothold in life. Song Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activities P. S. I Love You " 901-J-5 " Major League Baseball Player Women Drivers President 1} Basketball 2,3,4; MVP 4; Baseball 1,2,5,4; Musical 4. Georgette " Gette " Cote Jolly, happy-go-lucky, good-natured Gette. The wittiest girl in our class. Voted most likely to succeed, she is sure to do so. Song Begin the Begueen Saying " Isn ' t that clever " Ambition Nurse Pet Peeve Being teased Activities Clee Club 1,4; Radio Club 1; Yearbook Staff; Musical 4. Roger " Rog " Cote Modest, polite, never has much to say. He is a friend of everyone, and is liked by all. His path to success will be paved with our good wishes. Song Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activities Vaya Con Dios " Smart boy " Mechanic Teachers Musical 4. Laurent " Joe” Dalpa Studious, well-mannerad} likes to fix radios. He i8 sure to succeed in his chosen field. Songt Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activities Changing Partners " Sac a papier " T. V. Technician Show off8 Advertising 4; Musical 4; Yearbook 3 +.« Lorraine " Lala " Dalpe Quiet, studious, ranks very higfr in studies. Her charming personality world. will endear her to the Songt Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activitiest You ' ll Never Walk Alone " Check that " Bookkeeper Dictation for transcription Qlee Club 5 4; DAR 4; Musical 4. Claire " Claire " Gauthier Pretty, well-groomed, always full of pep. Her looks and personality will carry her a long way. Songt Saying Ambition: Pet Peeve Activities I Walk Alone " I don ' t get it. " Stenographer Conceited boys Glee Club 1,5,4; Cheerleader 2,5,4; Musical 4; Play 5 Kathleen " Kathy " Fielder Tall, quiet, ambitious. Best dressed girl in the senior class. She is sure to succeed in all she undertakes. Songt Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activitiest The Nearness Of You " I don ' t know. " Nurse Bossy People Glee Club 1,2,5»4; Radio Club 2; Musi¬ cal 4. Charles " Chuck " Gerrior Talkative, well-dressed, likes pretty girls He is the boy who did most for the senior class. With his industrious ways, he is sure to succeed Song: Sayingt Ambition: Pet Peeve: Activities: Til Then " Aw, Miss " Sports writer Shorthand Treasurer 1; A A. 1,2,5,4; Basket¬ ball 2; Radio Club 1,2,5; Musical 4. Shirley " Shirl " Godin Blonde, petite, and pretty. The answer to a short man ' s prayer Success is sure to be hers in whatever she undertakes Song i Saying: Ambition: Pet Peeve: Activities: Wanted " Say a prayer " Secretary Being called Shorty Vice-President 1; A. A. 5» J Radio Club l,2,5i Glee Club 1,5,4$ Yearbook Staff; Musioal 4 Walter " Whit " Hoothay Wittiest boy in the class Likes to make peo¬ ple laugh and for that reason should succeed in his chosen occupation. Song: Saying: Ambition: Pet Peeve: Activities: In The Mission Of St. Augustine " Aw come on " Something that no one else is Women drivers Musical 4 Constanoe " Connie " Haohey Peppy, sparkly-eyed, Connie is a friend of all Her pleasant disposition is sure to lead to her success You 11 Never Walk Alone " Are you kidding War correspondent Conceited boys Cheerleader J,4; captain 4; Glee Club 5,4; Radio Club 2,5l Play 5J Student Council 2,5; Musical 4 Song: Saying: Ambition: Pet Peeve: Activities: Raul " Raul " Laprade Sociable, industrious, trustworthy, always willing to help out in whatever task is being un¬ dertaken. Ihul is sure to go far with his ambi¬ tious manner and industrious ways. Song Secret Love Saying " Don’t know do ya ' " Ambition Mechanical Engineer Pet Peeve Flirty girls Activities Student Council lj Basketball 1| Musi¬ cal 4. Florence " Flo " Laquerr© Friendly, vivacious, very talkative. Florence i® 8Ure to find happiness because she makes a hab¬ it of creating it. Song Saying Ambition Stubborn people Glee Club 1,2,5 4; Musical 4. Pet Peeve Activities Til Then " Come, come " Elementary teacher James " Jimmy " Mazdrachi Personality plus; a smile for everyone—that ' s Jimmy. Always has a pleasant " hello " for everyone. His winning smile will lead him to a definite success. Stranger In Paradise " Vdiat ' sa matter little girl? " Naval Aviator Girls who smoke Basketball 1,2,5 4; Baseball 1} Year¬ book Staff. Song Saying Ambition Pet Peeve Activities Mary " Mary " Nevers Athletic, sociable, and intelligent. These qualities best describe Mary. She is the star athlete of the senior girls and is also one of the star members of the class. Song Saying Ambition Being teased Glee Club 1,4; Softb all 1, Basketball 1,2; Musical 4. Pet Peeve Activities Crazy Man Crazy " Is that right? " Nurse Edward " Eddie " Newlands Artistic, argument!ve Eddie. The politician of the senior class Loves to play jokes on people and always enjoys a good debate. He is sure to reach his goal in life. Song! Saying! Ambition: Pet Peeve: Activities: From The Vine Came The Grape " Get lost. " Mechanic Being kidded Class Advertising 4; Musical 4, Ronald " Ozark " Ozella Cute, freckle-faced, red-headed Ronnie. The shortest boy in our class, but one with the high¬ est ideals. His winning smile will pave his way to success. Song: La Vie En Rose Saying: " Hi " Ambition: Major League Baseball Player Pet Peeve: Being called Freckles Activities! Baseball 1,2,5 4; Basketball 1,2,5,4; Student Council 2; Concert Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,5 4; Radio Club 1,2,5 Frances " Fran " Paulhus Quiet in class, but always in on the class fun. Voted most co-operative girl in the class, she is always ready, willing and able to help anyone. She is sure to reach her vocation. Song: Look For The Silver Lining Saying: " Let ' s be serious. " Ambition: General Secretary Pet Peeve: To be rushed Activities: A. A. Glee Club 1,5 4; Radio Club 1,2,5; Yearbook Staff; Musical 4. Dolores " Dolly " Pretto A happy-go-lucky girl with a nice personality. The girl who did most for the senior class. Her pleasant smile will be the key to her success. Song: Birth Of The Blues Saying: " Don ' t get carried away. " Ambition: Certified Public Accountant Pet Peeve: Rain on a holiday Activities: A. A. 1,2,5 4; Glee Club 1,5 4; Radio Club 1,2,5 Madam Hotshot 2; Yearbook Staff. Robert " Bobby " Rocheford Cheerful, mischevious, impetuous Bobby is sure to find success. His wonderful dancing ability is sure to make him a favorite of the gentle sex. Songs Sayings Ambi ti on s Pet Peeves Activitiess Til Then " What a goof. n Actor Women drivers Radio Club 1,2,3; Glee Club l,2,3l Student Council 4; Baseball 4 William " Billy " Sanborn Tall, blond, blue-eyed, unworried and unhurried Billy. He is known for his polite and orderly man¬ ner and he is sure to be a successful businessman. Songs Sayings Ambitions Pet Peeves Activities s For Now And Always " I don ' t have one, thanks. " To be somebody Bookkeeping Musical 4. Henry " Coody " Schwenker Carefree, good-natured, always a gentleman. Coody is liked by all, and his charming ways have made him popular with all the students. Songs Ebb Tide Sayings " Suffer! suffer! suffer! " Ambitions My own boss Pet Peeves Girls that smoke Activities! Secretary 2; Vice-President 3 Basket¬ ball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Alan " Tut " Tuttle Easy-going, sociable, Alan. His friendly dis¬ position has made him popular with everyone. His path is sure to lead to sucoees. Songs Sayings Ambitions Pet Peeves Activities! Make Love To Me " What ' s a name? " Insurance Agent Wise guys Student Council 3» 5 Basketball 1,2, 4; Baseball l,2j Good Government 4; Radio Club 2. “Who’s Who” GIRL Dolly Pretto Pat Allaire Terry Blain Kathy Fielder Claire Gauthier Dolly Pretto Gette Oote Pat Allaire Shirley Godin Flo Laquerre Connie Hachey Franny Fhulhus Mary Never Dolly Bokoski Terry Blain Carol Bouliane Lou Poirier Shirley Godin Claire Gauthier Gette Cote Flo Laquerre Dolly Pretto ftit Allaire Lorraine Dalpe Terry Blain Shirley Godin Gette Cote Lou Poirier Pat Allaire Dolly Pretto Lou Poirier Kathy Fielder Franny Paul hue Shirley Godin ' Gette Oote Mary Nevere Terry Blain BOY Most Practical Fhul Laprade Most Talkative Bob Rocheford Class Dreamer George Brown Best Dressed Chuck Gerrior Most Dramatic Bob Rocheford Class Politition Eddie Newlands Best Natured Alan Tuttle Noisiest Bob Rocheford Shortest Ronnie Ozella Good Sport Willie Sanborn Romeo and Juliet. Butch Melville Most Co-operative Chuck Gerrior Most Studious Roger Cote Most Sociable Paul Laprade Quietest Roger Cote Neatest Alan Tuttle Typical HS Girl Boy Coody Schwenker Class Baby Ronnie Ozella Best Dancer Bob Rocheford Wittiest Walter Hoothay Most Likeable Jimmy Mazdrachi Did Most For The Class Chuck Gerrior Happy-go-Lucky Roland Gagnon Best Mannered Laurent Dalpe Most Bashful Ronnie Ozella Most Argmentive Butch Melville Most Likely To Succeed Paul Laprade Most Popular Ronnie Koloekl Most Mischevious Bob Rocheford Most Artistic Eddie Newlands Most Attractive Ronnie Koloski Tallest Roger Canestrari Most Ambitious Paul Laprade Outeet Ronnie Ozella Class Actor Bob Rocheford Most Athletic Roger Canestrari Most Modest Coody Schwenker Favorite Freshman Favorite Sophomore Favorite Junior Favorite Orchestra Favorite Hangout Favorite Event Favorite Sport Favorite Song Janet Poirier Carol Chaplin Donald Caneetrari Ray Anthony Bill 1 8 Barber Shop Washington Trip Basketball Make Believe T I -I -J -I -J -J -I -l •! -I A -1 -1 -1 -t -I -t -I -t -J -1 J -J -1 -1 t -1 -J -1 -I -1 -I -I -I -I -I -1 -I -I -T -1 -J -t -I -1 -! II -It -t i “ ' ‘ £ WHO £ Popular Likely to Succeed Neatest ? ? ? ? F ? ? ? r ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? Class Advisor Sociabl e Modest Athletic Did Most For Class Best Dancers Happy-go-lucky Cutest Dreamers 9 9 Studious Best Dressed Co-operative Wittiest l Good Sport Artistic i £ 4 . 4 4 . Romeo Juliet Best Mannered Likeable Last Will and Testament To Mr. Rowe, we leave our sincerest appreciation for all he has done for us during our school days. To Mr. Collins, we will a Senior Class that will abide by his rules and not make up their own. To Mrs. Kelley, we am gonna to leave a Senior Class dat ' l loin da rules for da Hinglish test. Good chance, huh? To Mr. Keough, we leave a Law Class that will take tests when they are scheduled, and not keep putting them off for weeks at a time. To Miss Mulgrew, we will a chemistry class that will not give the whole school a stench. To Mr. Conlan, we leave a Senior Class that will not interrupt his class without asking his permission. Of course, we always asked his permission. To Miss Cote, we leave a typing class that will take five-minute timed writings without interrupting them. To Mi88 Bailey, we bequeath a class that will not forget to clean up the Home-Economics Room after Senior functions. To Mr. Flynn, we leave a basketball team that will break the records set by the team of " 54.” To Mr. Godin, we leave a jet-propelled vacuum cleaner so he won’t have to be up all hours of the night cleaning the auditorium. Fhl Allaire leaves to Fig Robidoux her speedy driving ability. We’re sure you can use it, Fig. Terry Blain leaves to Connie Lemire her quiet manner and ladylike charm. Not that Connie needs them, of course. To any underclassman, Claire Gauthier leaves her position as office sec¬ retary. May she be as efficient as Claire was. To Donald Canestrsri, Roger Canestrari bequeaths his center position. May Donnie play as good a game of basketball as Rookie did. Franny Raulhus leaves her tendency to blush to Elaine Fagan whose com¬ plexion also becomes quite rosy now and then. Ronnie Koloeki leaves to Bobby Purich his carefree optimistic spirit and attractive smile. We know that Bobby will make the most of them. To Janet Poirier, Lou Poirier wills her sweet and gentle disposition so that Janet may also be the most popular Senior girl. Kathleen Fielder wills her title of Best-dressed girl to We hope Claire doesn’t let us down. Claire Pelland. Shirley Godin leaves to any cute blond the anchor she used to keep her heart on solid ground. Butch Melville bequeaths to the future Senior president a 5 -pound gavel to be used in calling the class meetings to order. Laurent Dalpe wills his artistic ability to Carmen Giardino to be used by the Senior Class so that the advertising will attract much attention and help the seniors make their money to go to Washington. To Muriel Chamberland, Connie Hachey leaves her ability to attract the boys ' attention in class. Carol Bouliane leaves her very neat ways to Lou Rivet so that Lou also may be the neatest senior girl. Georgette Cote leaves h er witty remarks to Estelle Racine so that Estelle too may stall for time during English class. To the " Typical High School Boy " of the next Senior Class, Coody Schwen- ker leaves his shy but winning ways. Florence Laquerre leaves her long curly hair to Denise Casavant so Denise may also be the center of attraction. Roland Gagnon leaves his carefree, happy-go-lucky manner to Ronnie Leach. We know Ronnie will make good use of them. Dolly Bokoski leaves to any underclassman a book entitled " How to Drive a Car Without Gas or Push It to the Nearest Gas Station. " Lorraine Dalpe leaves to Marcia Fortin her studious, well-mannered ways. Not that Marcia isn ' t studious!H Dolly Pretto leaves her ability to be Editor-in-chief to the next senior who will hold that same position. She also leaves a box of headache pills to go along with it. Eddie Newlands leaves to any future senior who wants to cut classes the famous desk he used to climb to the clock and turn it backwards in Room 4. George Brown leaves his modern, luxurious Ford to Donnie Dahlstrom so that Donnie too may ride in style. Raul Laprade leaves to any ambitious boy a book entitled " How to Hold a Full-time Job and Still Manage to Attend School. " Charlie Gerrior bequeaths his ability to be the boy who does most for the Senior Class to any future Senior who wants to help the Seniors get to Washirig- toxu Ronnie Ozella leaves to any underclassman a stepladder so that he can always be sitting on top of the world. Bobby Rocheford bequeaths his dancing shoes to that Sophomore jitterbug, Jerry Chaput. We ' re sure you ' ll make good use of them, Jerry. .t Walter Hoothay wills his courteous? manner on the road to any underclass¬ man. You see, Walt ' s father is a constable. William Sanborn leaves his winning ways to any newcomer at Bellingham Higfr School. May they be as easy to get along with as Billy. Roger Cote bequeaths his last seat in the English class to George Rac ine so that George v on ' t be noticed by the teacher. Alan Tuttle leaves to any underclassman his bashful? ways and quiet man¬ ner Jimmy Mazdrachi leaves his amiable smile and charming ways to anyone who wants to be popular with all the girls. Mary Nevers leaves her athletic ability to any underclassman who wants to be the most athletic Senior girl. Having been declared quite sane by all who know me, I dedicate this will to all who are willing to grin and bear it. Scribe: Frances Raulhus Witnesses: Liberace Mr. McNutly Grocho Marx Class Poem Today we graduate, today we part, Hope for the future lies in each heart. Many ambitions yet to be fulfilled, Char futures shall be as God has willed. Thirty-two separate ways, we take, Each one holds a future at stake. V e all trust that we will succeed, And of all our nrayers, God may take heed. Dolores Pretto SENIOR TUNTIME FAVORITE PASTIME BOWLING CHUMPS WHAT’S THIS PAPER DRIVE SURPRISE li INITIATION AFTER MUSICAL CRAZY KAN CRAZY fhtricia Allaire Class Prophecy Tonight is June 24, 1964, the tenth anniversary of our graduation, and the date of our first class reunion. As I sit here before the fireplace eagerly awaiting the arrival of my guests, my mind wanders back to the year 19 4 an to the classmates I left behind so long ago to come to New York and try my luck as a certified public accountant in the big city. Who knows? Maybe I would have been a great success if I hadn ' t met John D. Rockefeller IV and settled down as the wife of one of the richest men in the world. Oh, well, I guess you can call that success of a sort. The first guest to be ushered into my penthouse apartment is Robert Melville, our former class president. Butch, as usual, has the latest news of what ' s what and who ' s who, and he tells me that he was graduated, from college and is now a successful draftsman. At this point the maid announces the arrival of Roland Gagnon. Cheerful as ever, Roland is now the owner of one of the largest dairy farms in New England. The next guest to arrive, Ronald Koloski, rushes in wearing a smile bigger than ever. Pesky was very successful at college and is now the owner of a large brokerage firm on Wall Street as well as being very happily married. It is now eight o ' clock and most of my guests should be arriving soon. My maid enters to announce that the Misses Dolores Pretto and Shirley Godin have arrived, accompanied by a person whose name I could not place. However, as they approach I recognize the third person to be Lucille Poirier. I should have known that these three girls would come together for they were inseparable friends all through high school. Lou is now happily married and the mother of four children, all boys. Dolly is a very successful general manager of Grant ' s Department Store, and also owns a cute little restaurant called the Italian Kitchen, which serves the best pizzas this side of Italy. Shirley is now the personnel manager of the new health clinic located near Linwood Avenue, and civic-minded Shirley is also the newly-elected tax collector of the town of Bellingham. Carol Bouliane has just followed the maid into the living room. Carol did not have to tell me how well she had fared in her chosen career, for her modeling agency, the Bouliane Doll House, is famous all over the world. It is no wonder that Carol ' s agency is so successful, for her beet model is the very attractive Claire Gauthier, whose beautiful features have appeared on the covers of so many of America ' s leading magazines. Because of an important fashion show going on in New York, Claire will be unable to be here until later in the evening. Following Carol into the living roam is Theresa Blain. She is now one of the best fashion designers in the United States and her beautiful fashions are known the world over. Terry tells us that she is going to attend the grand 1964 fashion parade in Paris this year and that she expects her fashions to compete very well with those designed by all the famous French and Italian designers. Before the maid could announce the next guest, my eye caught sight of a light blue uniform. Souski, I called. Dolores Bokoski smiled good- naturedly at the use of her old nick name. Six years as an airline host¬ ess have not changed her personality at all. She is the same fun-loving Dolly, gay as ever. Momentarily, further conversation becomes impossible. A gust of wind, the sound of a propeller, and a heavy thud on the penthouse roof inter¬ rupts us and in walks George Brown, a great success in inventing Automatic Jet-Propelled Cars. While we wait for the other guests to arrive, George explains that he had invented this machine and sold over two million care. Yes, indeed, George who was a quiet classmate, has done very well in life. Television had come to Bellingham in the course of these ten years, and tonight Channel 25 of Bellingham features the championship basketball game starring Roger Oaneatrari. Rookie had written to me earlier in the week saying that he would be a little late because of the big game. The announcer, Laurent Dalpe, is a great success in the field of electronics, as he operates his own TV station " Bellingham, Channel 25 " Three charming young ladies in nurses 1 uniforms are the next guests to arrive. Kathleen Fielder, Georgette Cote, and Mary Nevers are all on the staff of the beautiful new Bellingham General Hospital, recently completed and designed by Roger Cote, now a famous architect. Butch called our attention to an editorial in the Bellingham Reporter written by the editor of that paper, Charles Gerrior. The editorial dealt with a cruise which was to be made to Japan to further our diplomatic relations with that country. The caption read; " Three area admirals home on leave before cruise to Japan: James Mazdrachi, William Sanborn, and Ronald Ozella. " Jim, Bill, and Ronnie have made the navy their career and have risen to amazing heights in this service. Three of Bellingham High School’s faculty members are the next guests to arrive. Florence Laquerre is the math and chemistry teacher, Frances Raulhus is the commercial training teacher, and fhul Laprade is now the principal of the high school and also the psychology teacher. It is now nine o ' clock. Almost all the guests have arrived. Here come the last of them now. Robert Rocheford, Edward Newlands, and Walter Hoothay enter together followed by a rather tall, good-looking gentleman who walks quietly into the crowd. It is Henry Schwenker, a famous animal hunter, known to all of us as Coody Bobby is now a movie star and is one of the best actors in Hollywood today. His Oscar for his performance in From Here To Mars proves that. Walter and Edward are partners in one of the biggest show business enterprises ever created. Walt does all the producing and Eddie does all the stage and set designing in their EdWar Theaters which are located all over the country. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Tuttle are the last guests to arrive. Mrs. Tuttle, former Constance Hachey, does all the bookkeeping for Alan ' s large insur¬ ance company which is known as the " Don ' t Be Half Sure; Insure to Be Sure Company. " How can a company be anything but a success with a name like that. There is just one classmate who hasn ' t been heard from on this first class reunion, but all of us feel sure that Lorraine ' s prayers are bestowed upon us even as she goes about serving God in her chosen vocation. It is now time to part again for who knows how long. There may be some of these classmates that I shall never see again, but as the last good¬ byes are being said, I hope their futures are all as secure as they are at present. © . HAPPY DAYS HEAP GOOD CAKE {’ 0MR I! TENNESSEE WIG WALK REAL GONE THE FOUR ACES (Jokers, we mean) WORK, SLAVE, WORK SHOE SHINE 10 HIT PARADE Fhss That Peace Pipe And Bury That Hatchet Baby It ' s Cold Outside. Let 1 8 All Sing Like The Birdies Sing. .... P. S. I Love You. Wanted. Five Feet Two (almost). Detour..... Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better. Pack Of Wild Horses. Secret Love.. Ain ' t He Sweet..... If Teardrops Were Pennies. Lovin ' Spree. I Only Have Eyes For You. When The Saints Come Marchin ' In. Crazy Man Crazy. You Don ' t Need An Education. Mr. Five By Five. There ' s A Brand New Baby At Our House. You ' re So Understanding. Shy Guy. Slow Poke. Just One More Chance. Beautiful, Beautiful, Brown Eyes. Don ' t Call My Name. All Alone And Lonely. As If I Didn ' t Have Enough On My Mind. Brotherly Love. Don ' t Get Around Much Anymore. How Many Hearts Have You Broken. On The Avenue. Sweet Lorraine. Chattanooga Choo Choo. Scatter Brain. One Meat Ball. Twenty-four Hours Of Sunshine. Hey Piz no. Stout-hearted Men.. Friendship.... .Class Meetings December Ihper Drive .Glee Club .Pat to A1 .Money .Shirley .Dolly Bokoski .Mr. Keough ....Miss Cote ' s Room Franny .Chuck ..Assumption Tourney .A. A. Bus .Rookie to Carol .Graduation .......... Literature .Juney .Mr. Godin .Mr. Flynn .Joe .Coody .Lenox .Our Finals .Claire .Student Council .Lou .Mr. Collins ...Georgette Roger .Pesky .Jimmy .Seniors in New York .Lorraine .Cheerleaders .Stenography .Senior Bazaar .Connie Hachey .Dolly Pretto ..Basketball Players .Kay Flo CLASS SONG Only make believe, we ' re not parting. Only make believe, this isn ' t good-bye. Just pretend it won ' t end, keep pretending, Not a sigh, not good-bye, just adieu. Only make believe, we ' ll be together. In the future years, where ' ere we may be. Just pretend it won ' t end, keep pretending, Not a si i, not good-bye, just adieu. By Dolores Pretto Dolores Bokoski Class History In a corner stood a trunk, in the trunk a book. In this book some memories, of four years gone by. This is that story. A story still alive. September, 195 » a month that promised the beginning of the four best years of our lives. This was the start of our high-school careers, the beginning of a lot of fun, study, and learning for thirty-two students. The first thing we did once we were settled was elect our class officer who were: Roger Canestrari, President; Shirley Godin, Vice President; Jame Mazdrachi, Secretary; and Charles Gerrior, Treasurer. The two Student Council members were Fhul Laprade and Lucille Grenier. Our class advisors were Miss Mulgrew and Mr. Keough, and with their guidance, we started our money—making activities which led to our class trip to Washington in our Senior Year. Early during our Freshmen year, we were initiated by the Senior Class and treated to our first high-school dance, an aquaintance dance sponsored by this class. Later in the same year, we made a dance of our own, a May Pole Dance which we all attended and enjoyed very much. Summer vacation that year passed very quickly, and soon we found ourselves back in school as Sophomores. Our class officers for that year were Robert Melville, President; James Mazdrachi, Vice President; Henry Schwenker, Secre¬ tary; and Muriel Lamberto, Treasurer. Student Council members were Ronald Ozella and Constance Hachey. Our biggest money-making event that year was our Thanksgiving Dance which was a hugh success. The treasury was beginning to grow, much to the delimit of all the students. Late in the Sophomore year, we ordered our class ring . A new emblem was introduced to top the Bellingham High School class rings. The emblem was that of a black hawk, fast becoming famous in Bellingham and the surrounding areas as the name of one of the best basketball teams around. Our Sophomore year came to an end too rapidly for most of the students and after our class trip to Nantasket, we parted for our annual summer vacation. Juniors, it certainly felt good. We were now sitting on top of the world, old enough to be looked upon as authority by the underclassmen, and not quite old enough to be worried about the future after leaving Bellingham High School The outcome of our elections was: Robert Melville, President; Henry Schwenker, Vice President; Lucille Poirier, Secretary; and Ronald Koloski, Treasurer. Student Council members were Alan Tuttle and Constance Hachey. Much camotion was caused by all Juniors one October morning as we rushed in and out of the hallway showing off our new class rings to all who were willing to stop a moment and look at them. We received many compliment on our new emblem and were well pleased with ourselves for having started a new style of ring at Bellingham High School. A Halloween Dance and our Junior Prom heralded our class events for that year, and both were very successful. Lucille Poirier was chosen as queen of the Prom and Roger Canestrari was chosen king. 1 i 1 We started our Senior Year off with a bang. Early in the summer we had a big paper drive which boosted our treasury in the right direction. Mr. Keough was chosen as our class advisor sjid our class officers were Robert Melville, President; Roland Gagnon, Vice President; Lucille Poirier, Secretary; and Ronald Koloski, Treasurer. Student Council members were Alan Tuttle and Dolores Bokoski. Our first social event of the year was Freshmen Initiation which we enjoyed to the utmost. Those poor Freshmen! The dance that night made up for all the woe we had caused then during the day, and they all assured us that the Aquaintance Dance was a sourse of great pleasure for all of them. Record Hops.the two most famous words at Bellingham High School for the early part of the year. Every Friday night the auditorium was jammed with students who enjoyed good dancing to the most popular records in town. The girls and boys of the Senior Class never baked so many cakes- as they did dur¬ ing those few weeks. Basketball season soon started, and our Senior boys did a grand job on the court. They racked up one of the best records Bellingham High School ever had and Captain Roger Canestrari broke more records during the season then we ever thought existed. Our cheerleaders that year were the best ever, and their championship style netted them a victory at the Wrentham Cheering Tourney at Lake Pearl. How oould they go wrong with girls like Constance Hachey, Lucille Poirier, Dolores Bokoski, Claire Gauthier, and Carol Bouliane leading the cheers? Our greatest task of the year was the publication of our annual yearbook, The Epilogue. Dolores Pretto was elected Editor-in-chief and was assisted by eight other members of the class. Never was there so much typing and rushin g around as there was during the printing of the yearbook. Our Pebruary musical was a grand success and it made up for the awful let¬ down we had at our Lions Club Dance. Not every affair can be a success, though, and we did not let one failure keep us down. Our gigantic " Dollar Donation for a Bill " brought the money flying into the treasury so fast we couldn ' t keep up with it. All our efforts to raise money were more then worth it, for never was there anything so enjoyable as our Washington Trip. We may not have painted the Town red, but the hotel we stayed in will never be the same! Now our class has graduated and parted, but the memories of these good times we had during the past four years will live forever in our hearts. 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T WASHINGTON FUN WHO’S GOT THE ACE THE THREE STOOGES SI, SENOR SLEEP TIGHT HUMOR Jim: " I ' m through with that girl. " Coody: " Are all the fellas out Tut t " How come? " of the woods yet? " Jim: " She asked me if I danced. " Billy: " Yes. " Tut: " What of it? " Coody: " All six of them? " Jin: " I was dancing with her when Billy: " Yes. " she asked me. " Coody: " Are they all safe? " Billy: " Yes, why? " Coody: " Well then, I ' ve shot a Plo: " This cook book is full of mistakes. " deer. " Kay: " I know, I ' ve tasted them. " Shirl: " All geniuses are con¬ ceited. " Hog: " Did you ever tickle a mule? " Pesky: " Most of them are, but Ed: " No. " I ' m not. " Rog: " You aught to try it sometime, you ' d get a big kick out of it. " George: " Oh, please forgive me for walking on your feet. " Miss Mulgrew: " Robert, what does Claire: " That ' s nothing, I HNOJ signify? " often walk on them Butch: " Well, ' ve got it myself. " right on the tip of my tongue, Mies. " Walt: " Well, you ' d better spit it Connie: " Did you know that out, it’8 nitric acid. " Carol: thinking is a desease? " Don ' t worry, Connie, you ' re vaccinated. " Cop: " Look, lady, don ' t you know this is a safety zone? " Sowski: n Qf course, that ' s why I Mrs. Kelley: " Why are you drove in here. " Gette: holding your ear while I ' m talking to you? " " I don ' t want what you Bobby : " Sir, I don ' t think I say to go in one ear deserve this zero. " and out the other. " Mr. Keough: " I ' m sorry, but that is the lowest mark I can give. " Mr. Flynn: " Why are you all doubled over? " Rookie: " I have cramps in my Pretzel: " What baseball team are stomach. " you for? " Mr. Flynn: " Why don ' t you go Lou: " I ' m for the Nylons, they get to the hospital? " the most runs. Rookie: " Because I don ' t have 1 class this period. " Coody when he misses school • •- HUMOR We haven ' t got Hershey, but we ' ve got Hachey. We haven ' t got gold, but we ' ve got Bouliane. We haven ' t got Williams, but we ' ve got Pesky. We haven ' t got always, but we ' ve got Nevers. We haven ' t’got chips, but we ' ve got Pretzel. We haven ' t got any bugs, but we ' ve got Coody. We haven ' t got the Alps, but we ' ve got Ozark. We haven ' t got white, but we ' ve got Brown. We haven ' t got Chase, but we ' ve got Sanborn.. We haven ' t got a vet, but we ' ve got a Rookie. We haven ' t got a rocket, but we ' ve got Gette. We haven ' t got Avon ' s, but we ' ve got Cote ' s. We haven ' t got a Roman,but we ' ve got a Greek. We haven ' t got Pirates, but we ' ve got Terry. We haven ' t got Milville,but we ' ve a Melville. We haven ' t got " Ebb Tide " , but we ' ve got Flo. We haven ' t got a batter, but we ' ve a Fielder. Mr. Godin The National WANDERING SENIORS CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO NICE COUPLE GO H-E-A-Dl REPUBLICANS? MAKING A SCENERY TIRED? CUTE PIECE OF PROPERTY SNAP OUT OF IT NIGHTIE NIGHT ' ' FAMILIAR ? H 1 ) I 4 Stench In Room 10T fkt 1 b Hot Rod? Record Hops? Shirley ' s Blond Hair? Industry On Parade? Butch ' 8 Red Wagon? Franklin Games? Georgette ' s Witty Sayings? Junior-Senior Games? Mr. Conlan ' a Oatmeal? After Game Snacks At The Lenox? Pesky ' 8 Sknile? Chasing Ratrkers? Rookies ' Last Minute Baskets? Quiz Of Two Classes? Ozark ' s Freckles? " Put Out The Lights, Jazza. " ? Rumors Are Flying? Barry Brennon? Liberace? Busy Day, Busy Day? Pantomaniac8? Victory Streaks? Magazine Drives? Castle? Varsity Black And White Basketball? r X. f r» r i t MR. KEOUGH LETS GO To the Village Barn we went one night. And there we really had a fright • For the star of the floor-show Was none other than Mr. Kcough. RIMES FOR THE TIMES Mr. Collins ' famous line.... " Now, pupils, bear this thought in mind. " Taking shorthand by the minute. Miss Cote, isn ' t there a limit? At a race track, place your bet, You ' re bound to make some money yet. The night we cooked for our Bazaar We wished that we could call, " Hey, Ma " One thing we could all do without. Is algebra class without a doubt. One thing a pupil doesn ' t want to hoard. Is his name on Mr. Keough ' s blackboard. Our favorite hangout, we all know, Is Bill ' s Barber Shop, where we all go. The cheerleaders were tops in " 54, " All the fans yelled for more, more, morel Literature class is loads of fun, Is Macbeth the guilty one? The defective detective in Washington, Sure had everyone on the run. The question we ask of men and maids, Is...How are you fixed for blades? Making money had us baffled, Until our $50 bill was raffled. The fun we had on paper drives, We ' ll always remember the rest of our lives x. r T r» rj T The Junior Class Advisor • • • President • • Vice-President Secretary . • Treasurer • • Student Council Elizabeth Mulgrew • • Robert Purich • • • John Clancy • Denise Casavant Dolores Robidoux Oarleen ChiIson Herman Schwenker r r n T Basketball The Bellingham Blackhawks of " 54 " shall always be remembered as one of the best teams coached by Frank Flynn. They played a rugged season and came through it with flying colors. They were the only team in Bellingham High School History ever to reach the semi-finals in two tournaments, and their record of 20 wins and 5 defeats throughout the whole season and tournament games shows that they were playing to win all the time. The Seniors contributed six members to the basketball team. Roger Canes- trari, Captain, and Henry Schwenker, James Mazdrachi, Ronald Koloski, Ronald Ozella, and Alan Tuttle were all members of a great varsity team. The " 54 " Blackhawks retained hold of the Woonsocket Retail Trade Board Trophy by defeating Blackstone, and also retained hold of the Denise W. Howard Memorial Plaque by defeating Franklin. Both wins came in third game tilts. All of the Seniors played outstanding games, but Roger Caneetrari will always be remembered as the outstanding Bellingham Basketball Player of all time. His 577 points for the " 54 " season broke all previous records, and his wonderful defensive play will be the aim of many good basketball players at Bellingham High School in the future basketball seasons. The Jayvees Dlayed great ball this season, and with players like B. Puricl D. Oanestrari, H. Schwenker, J. Chliscyzk, C. Cramb, R. Gagnon, D. Dahlstrom, and B. Murray playing varsity, They should have a very successful season next year. Sports BASKETBALL RECORD FOR 1955 - 1954 Bellingham.•..46 Bellingham.•..49 Bellingham. .. .6 2 Bellingham... .75 Bellingham ....56 Bellingham ....65 Bellingham... .49 Bellingham.•..54 Bellingham .•..62 Bellingham.•..54 Bellingham ....68 Bellingham.•..57 Bellingham.•• 47 Bel lingham. •. .4 Bellingham....48 Bellingham.... 72 Bellingham ....58 Bellingham...-55 Bellingham.•..60 •Bellingham ....52 •Bellingham .•..58 •Bellingham.•..46 -Bellingham .•..45 -Bellingham....46, -Bellingham....40, Alumni.75 Grafton. 45 Plainyille....46 Plainville. ...60 Raw ' t Voc.48 Uxbridge.47 St. Mary ' s.... 51 Franklin.45 Milford.49 Hopedale.44 St. Andrews...4l St. Mary e....55 Franklin.48 Milford. 55 Hopedale.47 St. Andrews ...52 Blackstone... .4l Franklin.40 Blackstone.... 58 Holliaton.44 Acton.47 Westport.62 Holy Family...4j Shrewsbury....45 St. Mary 1 s ....51 •Eastern Massachusetts Small Schools Tournament, Class D. -Assumption College Invitation Tournament, Class B. BASEBALL RECORD FOR 1955 Bellingham....8 Bellingham....4 Bellingham.•. 5 Bellingham...11 Bellingham.•..8 Bellingham .• 12 Bellingham...14 Bellingham....1 Bellingham....7 Bellingham..•.0 Bellingham ...25 Bellingham..•18 Bellingham...24 Uxbridge.5 Westwood .2 Medway,.••...••2 Hopedale.1 Millis.5 Westwood...7 Medway.0 Milfed.0 Hopedale. 5 Holy Family. .•.4 Milfed.8 Blackstone.2 Blackstone.8 Tri County League Champions. Bellinghcm f .;mcrij ; S_i Bellingham, Massachusetts 1 6 Z 6 U 1 U Baseball Spring weather is baseball weather, and in the middle of April Coach Frank Flynn called for candidates for his " 55 " baseball team. Most of the team was made up of last year’s seniors, Fhul Petrosky, A1 Marcet, Drew Phlmer, Kenneth Young, Sonny Miotti, James Hachey, Bradley Rowe, Francis Locklin, and Roy Gavasso. This year’s seniors on the team were Roger Canestrari, Henry Schwenker, Bob Melville, Ronald Koloski, and Ronald Ozella. The " 55 " baseball team had an excellent season, winning 12 out of 15 games played. The team won the Class B Tri County Championship, and Paul Petrosky, catcher for the team, was given a contract to play with one of the Athletics ' Minor League teems. Though this year ' 8 team has lost most of its " 55 " starting team, we hope that we may have as good a team as that of the previous year. With the coaching of a great coach like Frank Flynn, and with spirit like that .shown by all athletes of Bellingham High 6chool during the past few years we look forward to a season as bright and victorious as last year ' s. 4 r r n T H A. A. The Athletic Association is made up of group of students under the direction of Coach Flynn which enables the basketball and baseball teams to raise sufficient funds for equipment Members of this organization who sell and collect tickets, score and time games are: Constance Lemire, Frances Fhulhus, Dolores Pretto, Joseph Gavasso, Charles Gerrior, Carol Chaplin, Shirley Godin, Robert Melville, Arlene Plant, Shulla Palmer, and Roland Gagnon Rookie Oanestrari FRAKK FLTKH 3 ■ 54 varsity team n o T a ? T L. Poirier C Gauthier M Fortin B. Worrall CAPTAIN Connie Hachey C. Bouliane D. Bokoski E. Racine D Robidoux Cheer Leaders (• rv T ( ' T N Student Council Glee Club id ' O CO CO v ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ w TC o ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ w ¥ V ¥ ¥ 9 THE BELLINGHAM TOWNSPEOPLE AND CONTRIBUTORS ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ 0 U R ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ SIN CERE THANE S ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ FOR: MAKING OUR WASHINGTON TRIP POSSIBLE ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ CLASS OF 195 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ft- ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ . ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ COMPLIMENTS OF THE SENIOR PARENTS Mr. Sc Mrs• Theodore Allaire Mr. fe Mrs Robert Bell Mr. Sc Mr8. Donat Blain Mr. Mrs. William Bokoski Mr. Sc Mrs. Gustave Bouliane Mrs. Rena Brown Mr. Sc Mr8. Auguato Canestrari Mr. Sc Mrs. Antonio Cote Mr. Sc Mrs. William Dalpe Mr. Sc Mrs. Viateur Dalpe Mr. Sc Mr8. Bernard Fielder Mr. Sc Mrs. Hiram Gagnon Mr. Sc Mrs. George Gauthier Mr. Mrs. Alfred Godin Mr. Sc Mre. George Hachey Mr. Sc Mrs. John Hoothay Mr. Sc Mr8. Stanley Koloski Mr8. Annette Laprade Mr. Sc Mrs. Laurent Laquerre Mr. Sc Mrs. Charles Mazdrachi Mr. Mrs. Robert Melville Mr. Sc Mrs. Arthur Nason Mr. Sc Mrs. Melvin Nevers Mr. Mr8. Rene Rare Mr. Mrs. Albert Paulhus Mr. Sc Mrs. Edmond Poirier Mr. Mrs. Palmo Pretto Mr. Sc Mrs. Roland Rocheford Mr. Sc Mrs. Paul Sanborn Mr. Sc Mr8. 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Woonsocket, Rhode Island A A A A A A A THELMA ' S DOUGHNUTS Medway, Mass 7 7 A A 7 7 7 Presidents Gasper Amato A A A A A A A UD to CM Cl cm J ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ V V ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Compliments of: POLISH AMERICAN CITIZEN ' S CLUB OF SOUTH BELLINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of: SOCIAL DEPARTMENT STORE 59O-598 Social Street WOONSOCKET, RHODE ISLAND Telephone 5546 V-a- J KI-» Wl Kl Sl 41 1 Ml •«-a •« KJ • ! s|-a 3 sj Hi • ! • ! •« • ! nl Kl nl nl HI • !-anl• ! nl-vl y. j.j .j .j K| .j .J .J ,1 ¥ ¥ ¥ V ¥ ¥ S’ S’ ¥ S’ s V V V ¥ ¥ S’ V S’ S’ Compliments of: WRIGHT ' S SHOE STORE A O Giroux, Prop MEDWAY BLOCK COMPANY 550 Main Street Route 109 West Medway, Mass Phone Medway 429-5 Makers of: S’ S’ S’ V S’ S’ S’ V ¥ ¥ ¥ Cinder and Concrete Blocks ¥ ¥ (JHIHIHjHjHI flHjHlHIKjH3HjHJHIHJHlHjnjHIHlHjHIHIH| GHIHIHIHJHlHjHlHj ftHIHJ fl , tf tf , tfHlHtHI ® GHJ $Hj »ft»flHXHI , fl I {I , (tHIHI , flKlHl , $ , (I , tfHjHI , tfHjHTH?HTHJHlHjHI fl ' GHl A A ROBINSON ' S Smart Apparel for It pays to shop the corner Women. around 12-18 High Street Woonsocket, R I A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Telephone Canal 4884 JOSEPH FLEUETTE SONS Pulaski Boulevard South Bellingham Dayton and Firestone Products Front End-—Brake Specialists Motor Tune-up |HlHlHlHl ' lHlHlHI " tHl-i ' 4HlHlHlHj iHlHl " IHIH|Hl-aHlHlnlHlHlHlnl-3HlHlHlH3HlHln«-l-3fli3nl itl-lHl i«i ' iHlHlHl «i i ' l-l ' i-i-i«lHl-lHl " ' J J 3-l (-|-3 l ' t ( ' l-l-l , l- , l ' ' l , Compliments of: MILFORD PRODUCTS COMPANY MILFORD, MASS. TIRE RECAPPERS A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A Compliments of: GOLDEN MEADOW ICE CREAM COMPANY cc CO CM 05 ; ? t» 9 9 52 9 V 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ¥ 9 9 9 ¥ ¥ 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ¥ Established in 192J PARKER’S BRASS FOUNDRY fhrker Street Woonsocket, Telephone yjl R. I. Manufacturers of High Grade LIGHT AND HEAVY BRASS, BRONZE AND ALUMINUM CASTINGS BEARING METAL A SPECIALTY 9 9 ¥ 9 9 9 9 ¥ 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ¥ 9 9 ¥ Compliments oft Herve V Cote QUALITY BAKERY GOODS Daily Service To Boston, Worcester? And Providence Rione I5O6-R EDDIES’ FOOD MARTS Woonsocket, Riverside, Plainville, R. R. R. I. I. I. The Biggest Little Stores ¥ ¥ ¥ 9 9 9 9 9 ¥ ¥ 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ 9 Ann s Market 6 l South Main Street South Bellingham Canal 492? Meats, Groceries - - Free Delivery Compliments of: Attorney LEO A. GOSSELIN a a A A A ft ft ft ft ft ft A ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Compliments oft Model Dairy Ioe Cream 4ll Pulaski Boulevard South Bellingham, Mass ULYSSES DULUDE Meat 8 Groceries Provi si ons Pulaski Boulevard So Bellingham, Mass Rione Canal 2665 A ft ft ft ft ft ft A A ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A ft ft ft ft ft A ft ft ft ft Compliments oft The Oastle Luncheonette 420 Social Street Woonsocket, Rhode Island 1293646 • A A ■ A ■ A A -X■ -X 4 44 4 -3 t hJ J 4 4 4 •« 4 44444 4 444444444444444444 J -1 - 1- X 4 -I J 444 4 1 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ S ' S ' V S ' S ' s» S ' ■¥ ¥ V S ' ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ S ' ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Congratulations to the graduating class of 195 BELLINGHAM TEXTILE, INC, Maple Street North Bellingham, Mass. Joseph Michaud, Supt. Plaul A Walters, Sr. Pres. William McCreadie, Boss of Dehairing Fhul 0 Walters, V. Pres. Nonnand Belisle, Stock Supervisor Robert E. Davis, Pera. Mgr. WOONSOCKET AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION CUSTER MOTOR SALES JAY MOTORS, INC. JONES MOTOR CO. LBCLAIRE 9c MONTY, INC. MACK-BUICK MARCOUX BROS., INC. NATIONAL MOTOR SALES PEPIN MOTORS NORMAN R. GRAVIN, INC. SENN MOTOR CO. WARD MOTORS WOOD AVE. MOTOR SALES WOONSOCKET NASH COMPANY HUDSON DODGE 9c PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH STUDEBAKER BUICK CHEVROLET FORD DESOTO 9c PLYMOUTH MERCURY 9c LINCOLN GMC 9c PONTIAC CADILLAC PACKARD NASH Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y y y y Y Y S’ s S’ S’ S’ S’ S’ Y Y Y Y S’ Y Y Y Y Y Y S’ S’ S’ Y Y S’ S’ Y Y Y s» S’ S’ A A A MONGEON ' S SEA FOOD a A A A A A A A A friendly, »afe and Fresh Fish Shell Fish Lobsters £ £» « £ £» a a £. £i courteous serrlce Group Transportation A to Y V 65 O Social Street to CO Y f Woonsocket, R. I. Y Y Telephone 1078 ct Y Y c Y Y . A A A A A A A A A A A A To any point at low rates Call Milford 230 S’ S’ Y S’ S’ Y Y S’ S’ •c-a-a-a -a-a-dii-d-aKi-a-a-a-a-a-a-dKi-dd-d-a-d-dKi-a-a-a Ki-a-d-a-a-d-a » Compliments of $ S’ S’ s» S’ S’ Y S’ S’ S’ Y S’ Y Y Y S’ S’ S’ Y S’ S’ s Y Y Y Y S’ Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y The Bazaar Shop Allied - U Store Cancellation Shoe Shop Fournier Fournier New Shanghai Restaurant Sherman 1 s Waste Riper Co A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A We hope that the townspeople may be as generous with the class of 1955 as they were with the class of 1954 We cannot express our deepest appreciation forall the cooperation and help we have received from you CLASS OF 195 7 JD tD CO 03 CM 7 - 7 7 7 7 7 Compliments of: GIRARD ' S DINER 7 v 7 7 «? ? Compliments of: 440 Clinton Street Woonsocket, Rhode Island «i • J «J -1-J «i • ! J «t 1 J-3 • ! • } • ! • ! ni J «1-a • ! - J " 3 J • J • ! U 3 3 • ! •« • : •« • •« • ! 7 7 7 7 7 V 7 7 7 7 V 7 7 7 7 v 7 7 7 7 7 ROLAND ' S BARBER SHOP Prop: Roland G. Beauregard 528 Diamond Hill Road 7 v 7 7 V 7 V V 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 w !• C. MAILLOUX SONS Carpets and Linoleum Her.r urnishings 6C X - -i. inter. tre;t Wocrt oc ' - -, hlioo Central Cleaners and Tailors 14 South Bow Street " A step around the corner of the Milford National Bank. " 7 7 7 7 7 Fhone Mil. 1106 • 1 1 d (I d ♦ ' I 3 • ! d d •(! J •(! • ! •! d d »J d d d d «d »d d d d d »d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d »d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d »d d MILFORD SAVINGS BANK 256 MAIN STREET MILFORD, MASSACHUSETTS BANKING HOURS: DAILY 9 A.M. to 5P.M. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY P. M. to 8 P. M. FRIDAY EVENING a A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A j. Werber Rose Inc, Milford ' s Largest Furniture Store IO5 Main Street Milford, Mass. •■3-3 3-3 3Xl-3 3-3-3-3-3 3 , 3-3xl ' 3 " 3«3-3»3 3 , 3-3-3 " 3 3-3 " 3 3 3 3 , 3 3 ' 3Xl " 3»3 3 3 " 3 , 3 ' 3KI 3 3 3xJ 3 3-3 , 3 3 3«3«3 3 3«3 " 3-3 3-3 3 " 3-3 " 3 3-3 3-3 3-3 ' 3«3 i«l»3-3.i.{.) A A A A A A A MILFORD NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY All Banking facilities are available to its depositors. Established 184 A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A STANLEY CHASE Range Oil Fuel Hartford Avenue Caryvilie,Mass. Tel. Medway 1279-4 ) CO cn CM 1 i Compliments oft FARLANDS MARKET 19 Clinton Street Woonsocket, Rhode Island Telephone 8694 ? ¥ ¥ 9 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ Compliments of: STAR PRINTING COMPANY 55 Clinton Street Woonsocket, R. I. Woonsocket 8 Largest Union Plant Commercial and Mi 11 work Fhone 159 OADORET BROTHERS Since 1920 Certified Gemologists REGISTERED JEWELERS AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY Compliments of: 507 Social St. Z Woon., R. I. A. H. 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