Central Catholic High School - Florentian Yearbook (Lawrence, MA)

 - Class of 1959

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CENTRAL CATHDLIC HIGH SCHO0L LAWRENCE The Class M1959 Presents. THE FLOREIVTIAN MASSACHUSETTS 860' ACL? OW 1959 l7A8lflfL8 . . HI TORICAL MASSACHUSETT . , ,, , It is the tendency of teen-agers to con- stantly look forward to the future. This inclination was epitomiied by the theme of last year's "Florentian," progress. This year, 1959, the "Florentian" regresses and reminisces upon the happenings of years ago, the treasures of the past. Massachusetts is a state unusually rich in such an historical heritage. From the warm friendliness of the village green and the cold austerity of the Puritan meeting house to the awesome magni- ficence of breakers crashing upon the beaches of Cape Cod and the colorful radiance of the Mohawk Trail in the autumn, the fascinating air of history permeates our environment. Thus, we announce the theme of the 1959 "Flor, entian"-historical Massachusetts. Rf Ar ? MM,,,,,.fr Q kg, r 44, :mis -Ky 1 A- J f .F ., 'qw uv. 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In September, when Central opened its portals for a fresh scholastlc year the student body was faced w1th a new ad mxmstrauon They found Bro Hugh Ephrem ln the prmclpal s post replacxng Bro George who had led the school through SIX years of progress Bro Mar cel Henry accepted the dutxes of Dean of DlSClpllHC wh1le Bro George Camllle attended to the matters of financlng the school and 1ts new bulldmg drlve Father Casey who has been a genume source of lIlSlJlI'dll0Il to Centralltes re turned to h1s chapl un s post as A seteran member of Central Catholxc Fmally Mrs Dean was present to ep1tom11e the admmlstratlon s efliclency vuth her secretarlal talents Bro Hugh hphrem F M S Prlnclpal Bro Marcel Henry I' M S Dean of D1SClpllHC Bro C eorge C dlHlllC F M S Treasurer 00000 000 000 Mrs Raymond Dean Secretary 6 Rev Father Iohn Casey OSA School Chaplaln Y F . . . , . ' 7 , . . A 7 i W l . , . . , - Y . , . . ., . l l . 1 1 3 1 7 1 , . r , . . . . . , , . Q , , . . ., . . 1 A , . . ., . . 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Robert Thomas FMS l-lig General Scienceg Latin I. l lim, Allzwt 1-'MS l-F3 .-Xlgclarza I3 fQCOlI1ClI'f'. 7 Yuw, clizl you get all tha-sc answers yours "XYhat Brother, 2 1 I .i.,., no mm ics today . . ,amiga B -rv , - 1 .2 . fl. Front Row: G. Kannheiser, XV, Murphy, F. Morris, P. Curran, G. Dcziel. P. Ripaldi. Hack Roux' M. Grassini, P. Anderson, 'I Cal Gooclalc, P. Ryan, R. XYatkins, R. Reichert, R. Lajoie, C. Abati. nan, E. lJ'l.'rso, D. Sicard, R. Flynn, A. Francis, D. Shine F Middle' Row: R. Goller, E. Hilbert, Sergi, M. Maraghy, R. Palumbo, D. Fleming, R. Rogers, H. Houcle, McGovern R Kolifrath. j. XVinslow, XY. Damphoussc, D. Johnson, J. Barbcrio, Proposki, J. Brady. j. Cocozza, J. Vaughn, A. Delfelice, R. Pomcrlcau, M. Lebreck, R. g. 'xlirotlicix l'll hc cnn1lsilicnl!" Bm. I,ffm1111'd Xavier IVAIS l-G: Algebra I3 Freshman Bas kcthall. V. "mile, 1- Fronl Roz llulernk R ffdgdld R Rm B10 lxumnth lwuuv. INIS l C lppola Xi Niorrls I man ll Hum -X Le C Rogus O C onnor B Dalu No one un ulequdtely esumate the power of mfluenee wsluch lles ln the mulxum of JUl1I'I'lillSIH Central uses Lhls rcuulx to tx un the future leaders ol the Lmmuonuulrlm Through the Rumlgr the stiff members, under Bro lxumuh 5 xnoclenllorslrlp, .ire bcgmnmg tlrur part of clrfmlng from and iddmg Lo the Heh cultural herxtdge XNh1Cl'1 IS ch lTiLlLf15llC of our slate 'Q Florentlan It IS knou n fict that urltlng 11 xc lrbook of the Floren H111 5 c zhbrc 1CqLl1I'CS much tune md nork Probablx no one 15 more UN ne of thls than the members of the IIOILHII an Stiff Regardless of we xther condmons md such, LIILSC boys met sex eril Lnncs e ich week dllflllg lhc yc n Ill 011161 to turn out .1 yearbook that ww as up Lo thc Lcnlr 11 standards Undcr the Cl1l'CCI1OH of Bro D nm n and the edltol thc st aff br is ely faced and OXLICIHIC, such obstacles 'ls dcidhnes Lo be met, copy lo bc M I'lilCI1 1nd PICIUICS to bc tikcn -X11 IhlS Lnnc 1nd lOll scrxcd to produce a xcirbook fOl xx hlch 1-7 111 Lcnu ilnes can be proud 3 5 X ,, g-1 '24 r .., We ,in nzrfggl if '4 F994 4,554 ,gf 'sa Q aff, W I Y I WH - EQ , A .e 'W A . 'KV V , at vw V ' 't 'W aw 1' - , ' W . 'KMA ,QV WL ' ' ' , as - , ' Y - f' 4 :Lf 4 W , xl 3, ,ufzif any 'gy 'nf if? 1 . ' . .wt 'A My A 'S V I A W: 2. 15? g I K S ,. I ' , 9, ig. , , 4: 5 4. 'Ja xfw, W' f vw ' f f N' , .8 "Hj' " Q . X NX XX N X A L L . X . X xx xx 'N A , x N X A Picforial Review A .Maw 15, f J A 2 Q 5 ' I Q ' S 1 . i A A f ' " - 3 : C ' af , 3 I' . . 5 .T " P 1,5 I A g , ,' . , -- fan gi, L ' I L y if Q17 ,Q " ' ,"f-lx?" A Qi SS , 4 M A A 8, . 5' F 3 I M , , 'D 4: , ' ' ' ' 'K , I, I . ' sip Mf,?'f' Lf ' W..f 3. A7 A 2 Em3fi"f" P' 1 ,A k , ., ff ' iff' g A . A . f, Q f ... N' f 'f " Hd" -4., -wi, I ' I gf' ' , - ' Q 3413,-F, .six f' - t M H r li. Ei ,h M MMM R , Q M A wfwww -1, - -'wmv ,. , . . , , N "' 'lu II O0 O0 of ihe 1958 Season 0 gs .go ?'0:,O O 'IE nf 5' , ' 4 M " J f f fgf V ,gwzz ' ' "uf K-A Wifi? S13 W Q 13+ I W Y 21 Larry McCarthy St ohn s Prep Archblshop Wllllams St Marys Lynn Rxndge Tech Lawrence Revere Malden Cathollc Kelth Academy Central 2 Central l Central 3 Central 0 Central 6 Central 0 Central 0 Central 3 M lke Logan Stanley Nlxebrzydowskr Blll Lemay A rm- """'m ohn Lorenzo ' Jiri Bob Mason H Red McDonald The Red Raiders of Central possess a football tradition on the high school level that rivals the spirit of Notre Dame's Fighting Irish. This year's team has continued and added to that tradition. With only two returning starters and a squad consisting primarily of sophomores and juniors, Coach Moynihan was faced with the enormous task of building a completely new team. But with a true manifestation of the indomitable spirit of Central Catholic, he, his staff, and his players formed a football machine that proved more than representative. Co-captain Larry McCarthy switched from half- back and filled the quarterback slot so adequately that he was chosen All-Conference signal caller. And the entire team followed McCarthy's example, ready to face anything and everything that came before them. The record read 3 and 5, but to fully appreciate their efforts we must compare them with the late Grantland Rice's criterion of suc- cess-"It matters not that you won or lost, but how you played the game." The 1959 Red Raiders played their hearts out in every game and instilled into the underclassmen in their ranks a spirit that fore- tells only outstanding success for future Central teams. .LM t,f':.-'f"."a". R f.,. if l000O0009000000 One of the most generous contributions that Massachusetts has pre- sented to Central is Mr, Richard Movnihan. Among the freshmen, he is well-known lor his thorough Social Studies course, in which he takes an active interest in his pupils. To all the students, how- ever, he is known simply as "Coach Bloynihann-a man whose ability to successfully instruct and arouse his charges on the football field has Jnanilested itsell' in Central's tremendous record over the years. XVitl1 him, Central is a perennial powerhouse in the Catholic Conferenceg without him, our school would lack an integral part of that tradition that has made Central famous. YYY' oo eooooo oooo N 'T' E1 ff X N N W yi A wk :J ,A , fu Z 4 . 35 B! ' ,yi xA k K X , F , N I Q' F A ln f 4 , . 1 . , ,A - ' 2' Q ' 4 .az ' It . - 6 J C 5 Q' 'L' N' 'Q zz' j fl ,a Y ' 'JY' 3'?ai'4" A I gf x ,H ' T " ' Sw fl f 3 E f 1 M V , ,' N f . f 54 f' X I 3' X " The well-known Central Catholic Ladies League may be defined as one of the school's most active and hard working organiz- ations. Due to their ef- forts in such functions as the Christmas Sale and Tea and the Style Show, money has been raised for the benefit of the school's numerous facilities. M A' .5- ilu.. ofacliea ' eague Mn Lagu This year, as in the past, the Men's League has proved of immeasurable value to Central. Listed among its worthwhile en- deavors are the flawless running of the Friday night dances, generous assistance to the Catholic tournament committee, and the ever-popular Fath- er and Son night. The reopening of school for the 1958-1959 schol- astic year unveiled a number of new faces on Central's faculty. Most outstanding among these was Brother Hugh liphrem, who had been appointed as our new director. But Brother Hugh is no stranger to Lawrence, for in his career as a Marist Brother he had already served three years on Central's faculty. He has re- ceived vast experience in education both at Fordham University, which conferred upon him a Master of Arts degree, and in Europe, where he continued his theological studies. He also possesses a thorough understanding of youth, gained through many happy years in the classroom at such schools as Central Catholic, St. Ann's Academy., and Archbishop Malloy High School. The task of directing a school the size of Central is a difficult one. lt is with the greatest sincerity, therefore, that we, the faculty and student body, wel- come Brother Hugh as principal. XVe hope that his stay here in Lawrence will be a fruitful and happy one. fl 0 .f fn 1 I I 1 119 .Q if AQ zs'!'l.?'fYl !xXX ' X XXX? " ww 1' 4 'S ,....a-1-Q - Qin , .lk Q X I NV. ' ..m-f ' vu, E . X. - :, D, fl n 2A.18?f ifim F, - U lisa., 1 ff N M xkxkx N XX A 3 Q, Front Roux' WI. Franz, R. Andrews, F. Kane, Donovan, R. Sul- Lambert. L. Roy, xl. Khoury, A. Pomerleau. Back Rmv: R. Lemire livan. D. Giarclini, M. Schwancr, J. Caudrcau, T, McDufli0. R. A. Belavitch. N. Casey. R. Bohek. P. Lawton, T. Blinn, R. Go- Pappalartlo, .llirirllf Roux' T. Dupuis, R. Lavigne, AI, Bateman, V. larncau. T. Moffatt. D. Pullino. H. Smith, V. Gianni. R. Santa- .-Xugusta. D. Murphy, R. Mollica. F. Dowd, L. Parc, R. Lacroix, gati, Diiaclosl, R. Noble, XV. Burke. R. Shaw, R. Coolonq. D. MacDonald, R. Smutck. R. Coskrcn, J. "You'rc just a yo-yo!" Bro. Kennetll Evence FAIS 2-Ag French Ig English 113 School Paper. 32 'mg S.. Bm. Damian Andrwzu FAIS 2-B5 English lg Social Studies, Appreciation of Literzitureg Yearbook. W0 Front Roux' NI. Ceogziumlas, T. Fay, R. Noonan, AI. Reiss, NI. Mica vich, T. Kelly, -I. jnrek, KI. Cannington. NI. Cogger, P, Carroll Middle Rozw: J. Nlitvliell, P. Cote, ml. Nlngavcro, bl. Nlusumarm, K. H'olf. R. Major, R. Moschelto, XV. Doiron. F. Casey, D. XVal-icley ,-N 41 One of our more orderly locker scenes. ul. Shibel, D. Connell, V. Ciiardello, K. Lavin. F. LaScola. Bark Rmv: J. Walsh, B. Graham. KI. C0llI'lClIlHI1Cl16, R. Lapierre, AI. Sul- lixan, R. Yclle, S. Chizirzunimla, 1. Callahan, D. Gcnclron, R. Kelly, E. Breton, R. Niceforo, CI. Salach. Missing: R. Mcndys. -:ll 'IR' Bro. AI. Ifffliciarz FAIS French l, Ilg Cross Country, Grammar S Ch ool League, Sophomore Sodality. Tia Front Roux' R. Leduc, N. Napoli, L. Student, R. Bonin, T. Bou clreau. XV. Cronin, VV. Bateman, R. Rahilly, V. Tatulis, O. The herge. Middle Row: S. Polese. G. Connolly, E. Foley, A. Ginrhe- reau, A. Hzilde, S. Herrirk, R. Savaslano, I.. Baccari, D. Mcflravey, J. Gallagher, F. Melia, J. Vzmlavinis, R. Perry, F. Boclenrader, E. 1 Al X f F., 4 "La crav-a-ahh!" Madden. Bark Roux' R. Collette, I.. Mcllonald, D. Kiley, M. Stella, J. NIcNerney, Al. Rowan, J. livans, il. Cook, 1. lappala, XV. Toohey, M. D'.-Xrezzo, A. Sullivan, C. l,l'0VCllfllCl', A. Beck, R. Turcolle. 1 " 4 f- V - , V ' ' , ,L - Kgs., 2 -e, - ' 6- ka, ,, Y 5 , E Q. 1, Q W if ek x A! -y 'Hx :4 ., 'V ' fb" ' v Q i .uc i . ,,.l L ff, A' M M 5, N' A lf? ' AL1 3 42125 eff qs ' --.v .ukr Q my K Avix ' f ix, - x I, Z x P A q A ' ggi," Q0 Q - ' i y 'A' 'mf Q I - "' 1 - ' +- 4' M' v- P r P 'if' FR ' Q ' 43354 " Mx gf I f , 5 1 W. f - 1 ' xv if iv V7 - r- Ag fy ff if, if L: I 'a 2' . 4 lfmnl lffmu' E. XVelcl1, S. Niaxsenko, I. Kalil. Roger Row, l'. lfre- lxffxlillllllkil. Nl. Sheehan. P. Jerome, H. Carney. P. Lavin. Bark cliettc. .X. Ouellette. J. Jordan, 'II lafapala. WV. Keen. D. ilfonrnier. Row: J. Brain. R. Arsenault, J. Sullivan, J. Curran, N. Bourget .lliflflle Roux' E. Regan. E. Guinley. V. Mariano. J. Phelps, D. R. Fauchcr. ll. Lally. G. Assad. J. Waldic,J. Brennan, L. Lasonde Nlnrpliy, J. Scannell. XY. XN'li0lley. P. Murray. S. l.oniharclo. F. J. Shine, A. Petronin. Tia "And that year the Celtics lost to the Romans in the finals." .39 ' 41 Bm. Gregory Francis FNIS 2-E: Latin I, II, III, IV3 De- X bateg Public Speaking. v IJ. ,.-. ..v,,., ,L,A. H .... ,WWA I an ,E f. .nf E.-Z 3 .. -X lim. SfllPII'.YlllI1.l lf. IQHS 2-lfg Social Stuclicsz linglisli ll, lll: clllCCI'lCZNlCl'5. V0 Ellllllf' prnckcts :mike thc must noise, ron! R1m':'l . lioiizirmsi, R. llcsimlici, li. SlUlkll'l, ll, K4-lclicr, D. lvllu, l'L'm'Iiiiiski. Ifrnk Ifrmu' D. l'il0l'llllll1l.R.l"UllI'llll'I',fi,Sll'I Shim-, fllll'I'llUSky, ll, lliI'illlll'I', Nllllllilllf, NY. Olicllcttc, 'l', R. l.cMcrisc. R. l.c'Yzissvlii', l', Sll2lllCL'Il, fil'illl2llll, A. lftllllllill Riley. Mirldlf' Rmu: j. Dislcphzuio, .L l"rc1lcric'k, j. Palermo, R. Nl. l.llI'1lIUIl2lflil, l'. lJcNlcniru, R. Smith, bl. Nlzirlcn, R. Butanl, 'Nl kmihaiclli, 'IQ Clunccny. D. Blouin, R. liluis, .X. Nicolosi, R. Plll' HCl'W2il'll, Nl. Llllllloli. A1iMllIg.' D. Aziz, W. Lziuclani. wino, S, Arcicly, XY. lgI'UllllCI', llzinziliy. R. l.2lROCkIllIC. R. Ouel- iz 5, . V , , , 54 Y - 2 w-"..-. ., - V, V 7 W -Tig'--P Mac. "'-- ----11-'36 Public S eaking One of the ends of a Catholic education is the development of leaders. But lead- ership is a quality dependent upon the ability to express oneself forcefully and fluentlyg hence, the existence of the Speech Clubs and Debate at Central. Under Bro. Gregory's devoted guidance, participating members strive for per- fection in the arts of oratory and pol- ermcs. Frou! Razr: P. De Minico. j. Brennan, R. Coolong, T. Boudreau D. Trainor. P. Lawton. R. Lacroix. T. Nic Duffie. Middle Ron' H. Libby. NI. Grassini. P. Mc Nllllf, V. Augusta, E. Madden, S. Lombardo, A. Poinerleau, G. Connolly, T. Dupuis, A. St. Peter, R. Boucher, S. Polese. Burk Roux' A. Antoon, S. Arcidy, M Stella, J. McNerney, H. Carney, j. Marlen, R. Santagati, N Casey, R. Coskren, C. Abati, J. Monahan, K. German, E Grimley. Iii We 'U isa! 5 ff-...A sw. 4. V' Q I up f vs ryan. f Q, ,Z ,M ' 5,54 f 'Vs if 1, A if guna ,uv Front Row: T. lappala, R. Pietrowski, L. Niemyski. S. Tambor elli. G. Corkery, P. Marcotte, J. Devaney. A. Doyle. Middle Row J. Zaccari, lf. Foul. T. Tryon, B. Daley, Ferrara, Fazio, R Nault. Bark Row: XYm. Powell, E. Lexesque, P. Anton, A. Di Mauro, lf. Raciti, R. Filetti, R. Croteau. 'Nw ? Ms l - 1 ' ' 'V " wi I-'mul lluzr: R. E. Brennan. Cogger, j. Reiss, T. Kelly, M Bliuixirli, VI. Clziuclreau. C. Saluch, R. llelzinger. Middle Ron W. Gilnmrc. R. l.. llrennun, j. llistepliaino, Y. Mariano, j Cullulian, -I. Sullivan, Y. Ciaiilello. R. Nic.-Xllislex'. T. Scanlon liurk linux' lf. Casey, j. Cavan, CI. Torrisi, j. Pollizoli, S. D'L'rso R. Nloscliello, ll. Grahain. Bonin, R. Rllzlis, 'II Torrisi, M. C lN'l1olley. K. lX'olf. :WT ui - ' r Debate f l a PW I. v 4 11, 4 K 13" ff 1 , f Science 3 , c W, 4 gf? 1 A ,- 1- U D fl" 'X ' ' I N 4 XX 1 I 1 ,. Yl- X ,Y Y, I ..YVYVf,f ,, 4, --3 if-,vga N. XR xx H suwox 'XX N X Xxx X X 0 uf N ' ya: , Qzf- ? ' 0 ' .QNX I' ' . 2 U X 'xxx 4 if W Yi? . .. ' N.,?g., if' . ', '-g4f?v Q, ,, - AN f' 0 Y V , A, , ,,,, M, V' A 1 5 5 """"" :ig ' ,Q -If :Q x ' , . G A -L 1 , . Y X f' 5 .. I ' 1 XX Q X K ? f . A unix-mlixxxm sum K lf X N . ui un un'sx.x1n,wfuwu1 N x .h X ' A V m mwxuus N ' X - ' .V A .V svsims vp W X A, X - A' ' -'A M X -nw N . 5 """""' xx X. t 1 ' ' x. N x X xx X K X . XX XXX V a- xlibs XX YA '1 A X Smal X x X X x K A X xx X N . - i X ' xx X x X Q Y X. X if C 40 Club -rf The current renfussance of lnterest rn thmgs sclentlflc mencldnt upon he ldunchlngs of x mous satellues was felt throughout the world Capllallllng on thrs lnterest and on a youngster s mnate sense of curxoslty Central s Science Club proudes .in outlet for our future sclen usts Bro Paul gurdes and channels the lnterest and energx of IIS members Tp: Tl-IW' IH I 11114 ATYUYI WIIITIOI OF 111091.- t' -X5 Wx Zu 41" f XXX Q7 I W A V S'- X ' 0 Rel XX f , 7 'Zf2. I ,ff 1 1 kt! r'1: 2g 4: 41 1 s , . I . 5 S 4 z ffm f - I 'J s X .. . , - " 'X : " M f? X X x . X Xi X , Q N X L X K 7 so X ' N . X -- X f f : H 1 , AIR Z I 5 X x , l, X X 1 I I, , ,f f '-I, f ' ' fbi. ,f f ' , . " ! I X 'fnft f ff Q ff ' VZ!! 3 f ,Q X rv ,ff I , X l 52514 yy, I . . I .. 1 l t J' V 3 u Q . . . - dl' . 1, . 5 A . Indoor Track and E Q- Q Q ,j - , I - v -V - A A a 2249 epyflvq ' t 5 W 4 If v-2' ' ' ' f Q lisa A rf, QT .Mg Wei la X1 an -P.. a .,LW 'Q.ig",Xg1,,!6,"lj -5- , 5 js ,A , , , ,. ,, . , " j.:1-'Z':f25fiflt"3!ii'+1tf?iie 1214 q.:E.fg. .ff 4521 , -55 i N-QW'-X iv .8 x ,H ilu IX X 1 F ' i 4 Q " 1114 4 ' .x U Cross country and indoor track are Central's least applauded sports. However, this year, led by cham- pionship miler Ryan Buckley and a number of other outstanding performers, our teams in these fields gained unprecedented prominence in local sports cir- cles. Displaying exceptional form and endurance, our runners copped a number of awards, including the coveted National Marist Invitational Cross Country title. -..-. M .I R X: Country .!f , 1 Jf'wgg 'luf-""""f""' ' -'1.l..x.M f g""' ' ' ' ' y,-M A rv fi? , uvumlzg ,fi fl X i Club Among the activities initiated at Central during this last school year was the Chess Club. Formed especially to satis- fy the interests of Centra1's chess en- thusiasts, it rapidly gained in interest among the entire student body. The efforts of its members were well reward- ed as the team competed successfully in a number of tournaments. M.-r' "x 'K ff 'o , 7! 1 KX if .X " I K 1 X' X f.i Q-, ' - :ti 7 - if -fm L35 -. U t of il ,,..1 I i Lzbmr Staff During this school year, Central saw the opening of its newest study-aid, the library. From under mountains of books and throngs of avid book-reading students, the library staff has emerged still cool, calm, and collected To this devoted team of seniors and Juniors, headed by Bro Martin, Central offers her thanks for a Job well done rout Razr: P. Healey, bl, 'liLilZil'UIllS. NI. Iiurlu, WI. I.helnowic1. ark Roux' R. Xllillllllh, IJ. filhlilfll. R. Pellegrino, XY. Costello. C. DHX1 I'il, R. .Ii lcll. ll Nur Cafeterla Staff YM!! X X -57 I XZ Z Front Rou R Craham C Xachon H Buullu I- PICIIOMSRI R Hut L fjlldllllii R jemme R Fedorchuk Mzddlz R011 R Xulleux XX Il11l1ode:111 R Iauchcr R Pelczal I Lewsque R Worm H Tmncy PCLIIIIISRI D Regan Xlzddlg Rf 1 R Luslon C 511015 'I Blmn R Berube R Desharllals E Rf1c1t1 J P11111 J 11111161 -X IJlfflJ5Cl0 R Ixclls QQR 7-0 Auditorium U If Staff Front Ron I Slllllllll llll P Dufour N XIIIAIIONILL Hack 11011 R Nhuhgll R L10 long xlhlldhdll NI1ss111g 11411110 R01 mx mn Xfllllll Hucm If 1 ,fill UUIHX up oo IL dll lx Id mm ss s 1 ll rc UA m Ohdll I L All IN mx ligl Nl QQ 'farm Q Bowling , EXlldClllI'lC.llldI' JCIIXIUCS are potent fac tors IH dexelopmg onallty For he offers ts many 1ct1v1t1es as posslble to ltS students Not least among these IS em boulmg 'Il1l5 lCllW1ly pros 1des IIS m a vwell rounded pers thls reason, Central Catho bers Wllll soctal as ue as experlences Student org boulmg team has had many vlctorlous encounters amzed, the -aw Q " " ' 'll recreational 'Al " Q nw 'ir s' g. 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Morrison, T. lappala, R. Conghlin, G, Engels, P Abraham, A. Croteau, J. Motard, F. Ford, R. Buckley, R. Favreau, Dobson, R. Burns. 'S 'N Q-'if -I j Nl-ll . - ..lr',-- Q..- Bro. Alirllrzfl IXVIIFTIIPI FAIS 3-B3 English I, III. Front Roux' A. Decesare, I.. Kirwin, R. Sarner, C. Berube, 0'- R. Pelczar, IJ. Donovan, XV. Thihodeau. F. Murphy. Bark Row Contemporary literature-"The Daily Record" Connor, S. Tombarelli, Renee Provencher, C. Conway, R. Cro- G. Carney, IJ. IY.'XgaIa, XV. Labonte, R. Filetli, j. Doyle, Mc teau, XV. Miranowicz. Middle Row: Driscoll, A. Perrone, M. Gravey, F. Duchnowski, Polizzolti, T. Battles, P. Paris, J Kanan, AI. Fazio, F. Caruso, A. Dempski, R. Bergeron, M. Carelli, Berryman. It 'wp 'vm . f K v H.- Q- .3 ,aww f. W .v v,-als, ,- 4.-M W. . 'ff "...g.i . - V I-'mul Razr: P. Dunn, j. Devane. P. Dumm1rl,S. Mclsaar. VI, Mes- crmo, Ci. Cuertun. j. lzmgri. Burk lfmw: R. Michaucl. F. Racili, Slll zz. R. Lacharite. A. Doyle, C. Burns.lJ,Icht0n,R.Gu1'wy.Mi11- A. Longo, J. Becker, R. Cmleuu. W, Rogulshi, T. Quinlan, R. file Roux' B. Shuia. KI. Fitzgibbons, R. O'Connell, K. lH'rznu'o. XY. XV00d, j. Maccarone, E. Gessing, R. Houle, D. Palmese, K. Mc- P rutt, A. Grassini, T. Kirkman, V. Berthioune, R. Pierce, xl. Pal- Carlhy. 1 H913 1:- Hm. Xrn'In'rt JIISU-Il I' Lzmn I3 bpamsh II, III Xu clitorium Staff. Front Roux' R. Morin, G. Corkcry, J. Pryan, R. Damphousse, R. Hannagan, L. Lucas, E. Parent. A. Kramer, R. Trudeau, C. Unick. Middle' Row: 'l'. Hudson, A. Eichorn, E. Flagg, G. Soucy, D Gagnc, 'll Pctcllc, Al. Roy, j. Powierza, J. Dilfruscio, R. Rheauinc, bee 1 T' Bro. .U1111r1'f'1' Roliwrt IQUS XYorld History: Latin II, Basketball: Student Council. L. Slosek, J. Reid, E. Hayes. Burk Roux' M. Donovan, R. Dupuis P. Saitta, V. Santapoola, A. Castiglionc, R. Brown, J. Ryan, M Kisicl, B. Patterson, XV. Lancn, V. Loiacomo, J. Demcrs, B. Daley "Listen, I paid for it once already." , Mg.w'!f" I-'rnnf Ifmw: li. CQim'hc1'c1l1l. R. I'icImwski,,l.U'N1nIlCy. R. Nfahcll. R. lialhcgzzllo. R, l,2l,IgllI'lL', NI. Ncrncy, ,L Lchcl. Burk Ilrmx' XY, I. C-l1crx'cx'zl, R llvm R Bl1'tlillSRi, xli'lllikliS, X. Mullen, .-X. I.cci.W.Cus1cIIu. R. Roni, H. xfllilll, CI. Pollimtli. P. Ilculcy. l,.1l1gL'xau1. .Uirlfllw lfmr: A. Nf1lIlgiUlll', S, Blum, H1-Il'1'ic'h. l.. Cllclmwifl. P. Pellegrino, R. Iutlllippc, lgzmlry. li. Rosinski, R, Nic-lx1ysLi, lIIal1'L. R, Nlmwc, KI. lklgzum, R. x1lll'Iill0, R. Cusstll. sloli, R. Nlzuk. .Xlixxing.' R. Skclly, VINFONQIIO. F . ' ,x ,E W if 09 . ff Meg Bm. Pius XIITYIVVI' IQXIS il Xpplicml Nlzuhz NICCIIIIII- 11.11 Drawing ll: CLCOIIICIIKYQ .Xlgclmxwa llg rlwfllfkl Cross Country. I 'V ,W KM, h gn X A -..,,k :- "NI uybc Bm. fioclfrcy can get il mln ri-,-.....p 13. . . Bro. U. Cllllllfl ICIIS 3-F: l"renc-h II, III: Senior So dalityg Varsity Football Mod CTZIIOT. nl N' f And 22 had its busier days! flee I-'ronl Roux' F. Niorel, I.enihan. R. Doherty, Nfonayer, M. R. Berube. Mcllermolt, R. Morin, CL. Heman. liarlf Rnzzt' L, Ailliiillllll, I.. Dumziis, P. Niarcotte. CI. Nyhzin, NI. Roche, Al. Kills- Niurouin, 'I'. Ilusile, Ii. McEvoy, XY. Ihilmult. 'II Woomlwzmi, R. sen,.Hi1I1ll1' limr: K. SZIICIII. IJ. Sulcslu. Al. Murray, R. Smith, R. Stiulem. IJ, Swnsey, I.. liuigexiii, V. I.egL-mire, j. Amlrews. j. Scionli, A, Longo, R. Seguin. P. lluquette, 'IQ Tryon, j. Moffatt, Sheehy. Smee man I5 a COYHPOSIIC belng made up of soul and body the aetnxtles ol a good school should make prouslons for the proper perfectlon of both these facultles The Sodahty ol the Blessed V1rg1n provldes a most potent factor IH such dexelopment Thrs year the xarlous Sodalrty groups haxe enjoyed an all trfne lugh rn membershlp Thelr mernbershlp has been an ACIIVC one as eudenced ln the many projects spon sored by th1s group Through th1s actn 1ty the stud ents and the school at large have benefltted both mater1ally and sprrltually .-sur' J,,f' u ff fi l ttf? li ,i 4 This yeztr the world mourned the puss- ing of one of the greatest sodzrliats of the twentieth century-Pope Pius XII. He left behind him a splendid example of spiritual deterininzttion and courage that should be recalled by every Ineniber of the Sodality. 57 m bw. -s , Y . Bro. Chanel Senior Sorlality .Uodcmtor K X f 3 Rene Roy Prefer! VL oubfancfing gear . . jzoocf ibriue . iuing Bro. Tcrrcncc Nlznrtin junior Sodrzlfiy .Uodcrator Larry McCarthy Vice Prefcct odarg . Z acco riue . ang jzediuaf 'f 1' 6 i . 'V' I : N N -' - if ..r,, : "' A .ff . S rp- Q 1 V , ,-., -'- - 4-" ' .... u..,r .. ' f Q' N1 in Bro. Felician Sophomore Sodality Moderator ,Q Sam Concemi Secretary gafecluldm CXQMQ5 . . CAQZIH of Unity Ocfaue . Bro. 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XX X XXX! X X J xx I tit CLA SS POLL 1959 THIS YEAR Eggs THE SENIORS avg lf' VOTED n-nm E INA CLASS PULL THEY CHOSE AS THE BEST STUDENT WAS VOTED MOST LIKELY T 0 9 fr SUCCEED THE BEST ATHLETE WAS ALL AGREED THA T AND HERE THE CLASS CLOWNS M M AND THAT WAS BY EAR THE HANDSOJIIEST gif! K WAS THE CHOICE IN THE IMPOR :PANT FIELD OF WRJA TILITY O I O v eww ' ' LA ' llxlkz if ' A 1g!12gf1a' 9 '.:4f,:m A N ' DENNIS 'Q A A cosmeu E, A A oM - MC Gfowfm ' sb . i .f 'Vi i Af mera! f ,YSA2 A D-CK VD A 1 awww ' Ziff KTA? , g Q f .. , W 1 ' - In M 1 +o? I A 5 IWRPNY KEVIN A 1 in oxuuzvy A ,-. v,a,k , , xx Ginny STOPYRA GQ Y 9 Ai K. 4 - 1. 70 --ni Y ms -41 bl-,Okbh -XBDINOOR Foot l 3 Baske al B scball l ' 3 4 Collec d splmtcrs wrth Nic! owan on the N basketball squad plans to open up a bubble gum syn drcatc whlch wxll feature hrm on thcrr major league base ball cards ROBILRI ALL-XRD Sodahtyl Z 4 Aquatic mmded llkes to whrlc away the tune flshlllg boating and swunmmg IS attractlon towards water goes cwcn further he wants a Navy career hrs lob rs a wet one too-washing dishes ERNLSI ARSENAULT Track 4 Mmstrel 4 Cross Country 4 Sodallty 4 Alwass on the run with clther the track or cross country squads trrged by the mwsterres of the bnologrcal world ardent supportcr of rock n roll ROB!-RI Alll Sodahty 4 Drawn towards a career as a draftsman manrfcsted hrs mechamcal xngenulty on hrs chopped bomb wrll soup up Lncle Sams fleet BERTR-XNDj ALBERT W1 be a flash lll the photography world gained experlence for the dark room ushermg at the Palace supports a pop ular senror oprnron Bro 1 mus rs the greatest 1002 1003 l004 'fir 'Q IX' C l ' fi . at 4934! 'A p QE Q63 Q!" ,J RICHARD BARONE-jets 4: Glee Club 45 A transfer student from Tenny '...' 'Rick" bears a close resemblance to T.V.'s Sergeant Bilko . . . has applied the principles of physics to wa- ter-skiing . . . his musical tastes lie in jazz. ALBERT BI-QDARD-Minstrel lg I-'ootball lg Sodality lg A great 'I'.V. watcher . . . will probably View radar screens for the Navy . . . quenched sum- mer thirsts with his tonic de- liveries. PHILIP J. BERCEN-Sodality l. 21 Minstrel l, 23 One of the cooler cats about . . . supreme in ratings as a clerk for the First National . . . plans to redecorate the Atlantic as a naval architect. Ill-QRI'iIiR'l' lil-lRN.-XRlJ-Sodal- ity l. 23 Poster Club 2. 3, Al: 'I'ratk fi: Advocates more out- door sports for the human race . . , will plug away in his career as an electrical engineer . . . quite skillful on water skiis . . . prepared to gixe guided tours in his bomb, around Lawrence. jAMES BARRY-Sodality 3, 43 Will take over the leadership of the Grammar League when Brother Godfrey retires . . . Coach of the year at St. Anue's if A All Xveg l v fx 2 T W ' 4 I . -gjiytgf y 'AL-f, 4 .. 4' 5' . fur, J S- 1 rim, T3 wa., Q, -' as A .' -. 6 Nvglnas.. M f zf s.-W DENIS BEAULIEU-Sodality lg Legion of Honor lg Cross Coun- try l, 23 Basketball lg An adept basketball player . . . intends to spend his service time in the Orphanage . . . will glide oier the waves as a Navy boy. Will the Cheerios kid come to the rescue? Navy . . . will pursue hot-r0d- ders going up Fairmont Street the worng way-as a motorcycle cop. at "It is almost a definition of a gentleman . . RAYMOND BERl'BE-Baseball 23 Cafeteria Staff 43 May write a modern xersion of "The Com- pleat Angler' '... plans to soup up Coast Guard cruisers . . . an avid jazz enthusiast. 1 It 5-P 'uve 5 - 3' J JN I 1 Y- ,- X -JS, . - I P -5 - yu? Wll.I.IANI BRADLEY-Football lg Sodality l, 43 Science Club l, 2: jets Club 3. 4: The Li- berace of the accordion . . . occasionally seen whirring about liud's corner in his Chrysler . . . destined to follow the lines of an architect. 'Q sk , Q J ,b .1 1 I I N .Q.ige+.' 'X gs-uatiftf.1fi5 -'F .. "'f.t'ifi'6f5'. rf1'f+T'.','ffe?ff 73 6 A 5.v'.'1.1.z.1!" MARCEI. HERNIER-Glec Club 23 A part time "obstruc- tion" to construction . . . ntain spring in the mechanical world . . . classical convert. KENNETH BISSETT-Science Club l: Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Sodality l, 2, 3, 43 Consistent performer on the track and cross country squads . . . avid follower of basketball and hockey , . . this Andoterite looks forward to a career in bio-chemistry. JOSEPH B0lJENR.'KDER-Mitt- strel lg Sodality l. 2, 3, 43 Cram- mar League 2: Has been seen on the Road to Mandalay . . . after reconstructing the Brook- lyn Bridge . . . joe will find time to take up engineering. .XR'l Hl'R liOl'ClllARlJ-Fiiitls spare time scarce as hens' teeth . . . ft-rient admirer of our na- tional sport . . . could rebuiltl Rome with his interests in La- tin . . , will make a big splash with the naxy. ,wg ., 1? i C M3 ff, LALRENCE BLOTE 'Vhnstrel 2 3 Clee Club2 3 Band2 3 Keeps cars lll top notch condl tlon gas jerker at a local gas statlon wnll please the Alr l-orcc with hrs presence gets ulcers worrylng about what hrs cousm does to hls car Q Q X lu A -5 stiff" ,nv CHARLES BURKE Sodalnty 2 3 4 Baseball 2 3 4 Yearbook MISSOUYIS glft to Central adapts physics to hls curve ball future pull peddler at MD wxll treat has own sknng accldents RUSSELL BROWN Has all his future plans set down on paper as a chemlst he may cur tall tht productlon of text hooks RICHARD CAMPIOLA Caught ln Smatras Tender Trap after flymg hlgh with the An' I-orce Dlck plans to keep humatnty healths as a doc or always under the spread mg chestnut IYLCS at the corner of Chestnut and Oak streets I he Mad Hatters 74 'i DAVID BURKE Regards Pros pect H111 as the best part of Ccntrahtes well dressed at Ma cartncys wxll spcnd some tnnc Ill the Army before Ins managerial abllxtles wlll wln lnm an xmportant cxecunve post 1n busmess MICHAEL C BYRNE Sodallty 2 3 4 Student Con: l Nhnstrel 1 Glee Club l Owns llllLC fourths f Hampton Beach adclltnonal revenue pxoudcd by dclnulng groceries wlll engxnccr thc transpor tation of the ILIIIPIYL State Burldmg to Lawrence W, L, I fy ' L: 'hgh X ,' 1'-,..,' .1 I N Ti' -if V 'illflfil' 4 5 wav: . ., ' jggtge .55 6 gs -, , Y ,zf ' V .ifQ'fQ2'?' 'STI jet's Club 3: Sodality 2, 3: Staff 43 Student Council lg Massachusetts . . . helps keep .. ' ' ...as . ' Y - v E: ,f A Q si' "' s Q 'l k '. 1 'w . up :Q h . g -X5 C ,fy ' N 1' l, .X -5 ' ,LE- l Ale f 1' ' l,,,g' ltcilg - A I f . . . J ' , - l ' . 5 ' 3 . lu, A - D , . I . Q, 0 I I . . . ' ' 5 ' I ROBERT CASEY Xhll redec orate the Halls of Montezuma as a leatherneclt now prac llClIlg to beat WVyatt Earp on the draw when he JOIIIS the ranks of the state poltce speeders beware' I AURENIT C HATICNY So t lly 2 3 Debate 3 Sctence Club 3 Motto Do Go Near the Hater spends has time aquatlcally ftshlng and boatmg sets a watery goal m the Coast Guard CI-.ORCE COVTOIS Sodallt ub 4 strell Z 3 4 Dramattc Club 1 Has added a few new twlsts I lug, talented xocaltst persuasne rent collector will someday utllue his mflu enung abllttles m real estate and msurance ftrms JOSEPH CASTELLANO So tty l 2 4 T ack l llowlmg 3 4 Clee C lub 4 Uses trlg 1dent1t1es to compute his track tlme topples many a pm at local alleys one of Central s leadlng soclalttes If ,J fi' RICHARD CHENEI Hill r1se to great helqhts lll the -hr Force loyal follower of Izaac Wal on com collector as el cashler ln a local market R. xv A lb or apple B IS for 75 1 lf' IARRY CIPPOI A Nhnstrel 3 4 Clee Club 3 4 Sodalttv Z 3 4 Sclence Clubl 9 Newspaper 3 4 Library Staff 4 One of Centrals most personable fel lows alwavs ready with a multltude of witty remarks has all the TCQUISIICS necessary for success m any fleld wxth hls plano playing slull he could replace Ltberace - J mf M Apply ing the pressure? M is f f ., ,fig l it if y , J' 1 I JEROME COOKSON-L o v e s, the Romance languages . . , hoping to teach one of them in the near future . . . avid rail- road enthusiast . . . he is often found at local railroad stations. ta if st.. A THOMAS J. CONLEY-Geared to mechanical endeavors . . . a budding florist . . . likes R8cB- a WMEXICAN. D J Q A . 4' if -,M ,,,e2f?55 - A e Y ,A E 251 3 3 'f 3, ,'r 1 X, , Q JAMES C O R R I V E A U-Sets things right in the bowling al- ley . . . builds model airplanes . . . hopes the Air Force will model their planes after his , . . fascinated by the world of num- bers. SAMUEL CONCEMI-Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Football Mgr, 4g So- dality 3, 43 Student Council 33 Headed for a career in the mo- dern Army green . . . may re- place the Red Raider as symbol of C.C.H.S. football , . . appre- ciates the finer things in music, namely rock n' roll. BERNARD COOKSON JR.- Sports one of the most complex haircuts at Central . . . often seen bombing around town in his Ford convertible . . . studied under the guiding eye of Bro. Conrad. DENNIS COSKREN-Minstrel 1. 3, 4: Grammar League Staff 2, 43 Science Club 1, 2. 3, 43 Library Staff 43 Motivated by two driving passions in life- scicnce and chess . . . plans a trip to Russia to play its top chessmen . ' ,L , ,A . YVILLIAM COWIE-Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Sodality 2, 3, 43 Extremely quiet . . . Bill saves all his en- ergy for the cindcr track . . . a dabbler in discs . . . he parti- cularly enjoys the strains of rhy- thm and blues. GERARD DAUTEUII.-Foov ball lg Library Staff 4, Always on display at McGovern's . . . fabulous curiosity to see what makes car engines tick . . . has time for the fine art of reading Q , , i . . . . pioneer on the library staff. 4 f '- R - L 3' xg v-, if X -4 X uh 1 . '1 'J' Q: . . A, R , HENRY IJEROUIN-l-'ootball l, 23 Sodality lg Minstrel 3, Track lg Tests his luck on the prize horsenreat at Rockingham . . . shall introduce revised rowing techniques to the Coast Guard. ROGER A CROCHETIERE- Glee Club 33 The Robin Hood of Greater Lawrence . . . an "ef- fervescc-nt" soda jerk . . . even as a draftsman Rog will always be a hilarious sketch. 4 aff' ft:2:.'Qga-'ftigs 1' 1. V, ,5"'5-'59 if 1, 3f"?P"i51f ia. . - -,ppp 1-sw-, m,-Q--A JAMES DeCORPO-jets Club 3, 43 Science Club 3, 43 Will shock the world with his first book on the art of playing chess . . . his future lies in a test tube . . . will assume the leadership of the Dow Chemical Works . . . takes pride in his well- stocked shelves. RICHARD j. DANAHY-Base ball I, 3, 4: Football 2, 3, 43 Sodality -lg Rick . . . Spunky football fullback . . . tireless competitor . . . has all the mak- ings of a model leatherneck. ,fs , -12751 C-li FX 1 ff.- ir if l.:,,: f f I 64 "A new pretzel-dip" HOXH X l S 1 I 1 nnn dl Ld ue Stuff ' one 1. dlllOllS l nm T? XI tunes X good nnxu 'I HOWIAS Dc S-XLVO En gulfed and fdscxnatul by alll nmlul models both types a mal Siklllglllg rock n roller dlugl lHCCl13lllC ? ROBERT DEVAlXEY Delights tn tearlng up the Hudson Spucluay 111 'Nz l ml CUSIOIIIIZC th jets of the Mr I-ora one of Central 5 most h1l3Tl0l1S comuln.1ns ROBERT DION Nhnstrel l, 2 3, 4 Cllee Club 2, 3 4, Inter eited lll old cars fl92Ol038j and gurls 116195 can be seen spxnnmg around Tower Hull m hls flashy '32 Chexy chtef butter cutter at the ABCP 1 with people and tu 1 sodas Hall Dlo' 78 ROLAND DESHARN AIS Cafe term St.1ff4 f lee Club 1 Bowl mg Team 4 -Xn underhanded lllflllllllldl flIl1lS cnjoxment plaung softball and bosslmg RONAI D DIODAII Sclence xbl I So al1tw734 matics 9 D10 l1kLS all txpes of nlnslc ssnll do something construttnc m llfe elther as an dlCllllCCI or tnterlor de corator 59' f 'fl Contmental 55 -1-.zu , ., f' O ' , ANI' f ' Ili ,l.Xl' Q0--ftr lllllll' l. 2, fl, 43 L1 1' ' ' ' A Img . uk 1.1 "Aloe" . , . 1 I ' ' of th- f' s IS, fl' ' n Sty E' hull " ' ' "tl lp 1 - Q 1 ll '7 . . . resolved in becoming a g " . hd' . I ,S il Q . X Q .L ! . - . 5, x .9 . A r' Q, .iii ' ' ' . lk 5 l Ch , 1.5 .' d ' I' i., ., 3 Dra' V ' .'t.7..."11 f ,Q gf 1-5 3 X . C . , A . I 1 x". Y. J . . ,MM , . .XQK . rx 1 4 u A ' , 42- " 1 be f Guzowski takes a Spanish siesta. JOHN DiSTEFANO-Track l, 3, 43 Will become Dupont's head chemist . . . after a hitch in the Air Force . . . earns money jerking sodas . . . pre- sent interests include custom- izing the family car. RONALD DUBOIS-Sodality 2, 33 Minstrel 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Uses his knowledge of chemistry in preparing 2 molal sodas . . . likes to eavesdrop on the conversations of short-wave hams . . . following the "cur- rent" trend toward electrical engineering. Post radar P E T E R DUFOUR-Checking Staff 3, 43 Sodality 4g Chess Club 45 Introduced new means of attack to the game of chess . . . enjoys pounding out notes on a typewriter . . . lauds the one-eyed monster. CHARLES DiPRIMA-T a k e s pride and pleasure in spinning all the groovy records within his reach . . . one student who has shown an inclination towards reviving Latin culture . . . passes his time playing the national pastime. JOHN DONOVAN-Central's answer to Davy Crockett . . . en- joys all outdoor activities . . . plans to invent a rock 'n roll moose call. .fm l' 8 A. t R 2 Q W , W! ty - -'LY -' I V, if w 'Cz Tw, piixi ' l' XLJ4-Q, 1.33. x Ally: w-A ' A 5' K il? frliilllit-g .. 5' 5 2 ei 1. fl M RICHARD DUMOND Sodality 3 4 A fizzician with no peer works in a drug store gaining experience for the day that he opens his nation wide chain of pharmacies wi purchase a yacht with his pro 1 s ROBERT DYIADOSZ Baseball l 2 Track 3 4 Basketball l 2 4 Cross Country 3 4 Has doubts about entering the Na vy no basketball team much speculation as to his methods of always getting a ride does he use blackmail force or personality? ROBERT I-RAC AIA Sodalntw I 2 3 4 Newspaper Staff 4 Dramatics 2 Public Speaking l 2 Only chem student with his own personal thermometer dexterously pushes shopping carts at Samsons . . . plans to be a big wheel as a mechanical engineer . . . after he beats Coskren in chess. K- K-if Hevcz:-fa?-:Lew 1, fi I1 .17 .eff 4.1 1.1 ,cf if Z 5 gfig ,f ir, X MAURICE FOURNIIER-Bam kethall 2' Mo . . . the terror of the tennis court . . . has a colorful part-time joh-paints houses . , . entrances girls with his inescapable French charm. C ERALD DUQLEFTE Sodal ity l Z 3 4 Hill draw circles around the best draftsman would make a fine dean of dis cnplme is seen everywhere challenged by all types of ma chmes KENNETH j F-KUCHILR S dality 1 3 4 Minstrel 4 Glee Club 4 Earns spending money jerking sodas hangs around Oskas when he isnt per using his stamp collection or star gazing ROBERT H PEDORCHUK C rammar League Staff 2 3 So d ttyl 2 3 4 Cafeteria l 2 3 4 Newspaper 3 4 Fedders sees the sea as key to suc cess plans to toll in some branch of oceanography . . . embattled member of the caf staff. E, RONALD GODIN-Football li Sodality 45 "Turtle" . . . Plans on establishing a chain of drug stores serving free cokes . . . he thinks Glenn Miller is "the end". RICHARD F. GORHAM-Foob ball 2, 35 Arbitrator of bouts between his brothers . . . with his experience, he could open up a nation wide chain of gro- cery stores . . . all of which would have a built in drag strip. "1 sf ,ffiti , - :wi 5. fyfffff , -'IPL ts 'fs,,t . i : ,, r 'yt V 'V-' - i- - 'lf' 5 1 5' : -4 d 1 MAURICE LEO GOSSELIN- Sodality: Another one of Rock 8: Roll's enthusiastic Ccntralites . . . an arid collector of records . . . he will set some records of his own while streaking across the hcatcns with the Air Force. "l wonder if she is thinking of me now?" 'F'-.. W5 ,,.-'- -.ir 1.4 1-, M xx fig XS 5x 11: f N ,X ,if u 1,5 15 v ww r fb I I f fl?-, ,v,'.nr,-W K "haf .1 it 4 JOHN FREDERICK-Glee Club l, 23 Minstrel l, 2: Sodality 2, 3, 43 Debate 3, 45 Raider Staff 3, 4: Auditorium Staff 2, 33 Central's most active socialite . . , possessor of a prodigious record collection-mostly jazz platters . . . voted the mascot of St. Ann's. Q I. si 4 f Est 'ex' BRUCE GOODING-Interested in what makes hot rods tick . . . will devise novel airplane en- gine requiring no fuel . . . aca cumulates Capital loading trucks. RICHARD GOSSELIN-S0dal- ity 3, 45 A disciple of Izaac Wal- ton . . . continually persuading his brother to let him use his Cadillac . . . a non-conformist- his favorite subject is chemistry . . . intends to be a first class draft dodger. YQ JOHN GRECO-Coach f Grammar League Plans a car eer tn dentxstrs gtvmg out Look Ma no cavmes cards continuously gets 25s tn Study perxod considers the openmg of the huntrng season as .1 nattonal hohday , ...ZF 22? I QF-.Zl"'L'-,: Q X AT' 175- 4' -1 E Q-4 i4 -'HIE--A RICHARD HANIEL N111 fol lon the current trend Into en glllfeffflllg the results will b 5h0Ck1IIg a phllanthroptc phllatellst his outdoor ex peuence qlldllfl6S hnn as edttor of Fteld and Stream PATRICK C GRELLE Mm e l 2 3 ack 3 Twmkle Toes noted for h1s danc mg dexterttv may surrender hrs dEiIIC1Ilg fame for a career tn electrtcal engmeermg RICHARD GUYOWSKI Stu dent Councll l Treasurer of Class 3 Sodalxty 2 3 4 4Bs clown spends spare time hghtmg matches on wmdow panes proudest achtcxement dtscovery of a radxcally new Spantsh Gyp sheet FRANK HOV ARD Track 1 2 Cross Country 2 M111 pursue curl ClIglIlCLllIIg after his httch III the Naxy Sutherlands best stock boy frequents Joes drug store III 'North An dover f 82 Brother Marttn and hrs Marttms CARNILN A IANNULC ILLI Track 1 2 3 4 Cross Country l 7 3 4 lcgton of Honor 2 One of the track teams better drstance runners always squeezes tn some rest durmg the school day will run laps around the decks of 'Naxy ships V, W . ,1z,V-ss r o - - ' - J - ' 3 , . str 1 , , 3 Tr 1 " ' ' 1 , . . . . ., . , - , , ' I , . . . . . - s 1 y 1 ' . -1 ,- ' H ' ' , , , , I . . . . . . , D . . 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C 41 ' 1 rl '- THOMAS JASKAL Nlmstrel 1 2 I-'nrlchetl the tnlnstrel wlth has bCdLll1flll tenor votce plans to smg Anchors Away m the near future while pllot mg a super some Jet RAYMONID JEROME Sodalxty Caf er1a Staff l 2 Newspaper Staff 3 Enjoys yery unusual hobln mountam Cllmblllg when not sweeplng floors at Central future hopes l1e ln the fleltl of Jour nallsm or tlramatlcs Anti a blue Jeep was reported stolen ROSCOE J JOHNSON Cross Country 3 Track 3 4 Sodahty 4 Rocky his fayorlte tlme of dav IS 2 pm and thereafter took Spamsh because te came from the South QLawrence that ISD rntends to be a bell bottom boy JOHN KARCL 'Vimstrel 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Cross Country 4 Sodahty 4 Grammar League 2 4 Has a shocking hobby elec tr1c1ty keeps the younger generatton happy at Canobre Lake lashes out rock n roll songs on hls accordlan ROBFRT C JOLIE -Although he flts as a clerk tn a mens store Bob looks for a more aclxenturous career wr augment the ranks of the F BI as a special investigator musically I'llllldCd he enjoy all types of rhythm if QQ - 7 "scoff at e1"w 'if-Ewff ........a.v -" mAssAc nusnrs ,HI 4 REINF? U ,am-4' CHARLES KARECKAS Sodal xty l 2 3 4 Crammar league Staff One of Bro Godfreys frammar League coaches earns spendmg monev worklng for the state tn the summer exponent of current muslcal trends 3 f 41f"s.?a':' . V . . .. -. A J , I , ' ' 1,2::-et'. ,,3,4g J's vi . K . : ' a ,J 1 an g' i l p ,.e K f . , - iffy Q ' " 'i 3 agp .' 'Vis' ' s 5 ,- 2 K , . - .nz.'-:. 1 I ll 44- H 5. Q ' , '1 . M J, - A - f 12 ', I sh., 3, X ' 22" : . J I ss , .- - .- Aja' A ' .J 1 Annaulno y . 2. , , , , , . . . A - . . -A , , . . . - - I '. . . :I . J ' - - L l . . . 4 I .Y z . V U-girly! 1' A vii? 3, L life, 272292 1 ,, W ,O 6 1? ,gafft 'U f f-fl M as-W l '9 PETER LACHARITE Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Fam ous among the falrer sex for hxs dnmples and smlle famous among the stronger sex for hls dextertty on the basketball court and the baseball dlamond H' at mn, s RON ALD LACROIX A real lne mre m electromcs crates hls own amateur radlo statron scholastic pleasures derned from flnger gymnastics tn typ ng -ni? ,W Akasa 'lffff RON Al D IAFOND Baseball P Are protege of Betty Crocker cntertamed by the lrrcsls table rhythm of progressne jazz delights lll reflectmg upon the realms of hlSlOI'y And the sodallty cigarette drne vsas an outstandmg success JOHN LAHI-Y Sodallty l 9 An aggressne young man as a research LIILITIISI w1ll delxe deep xnto the IIIQSICIICS of science has developed h1s leadershlp qualmes as a camp counselor IXNIES IANDRY One of the fmcst employees of HNASI smears oll on hnnself tm kermg mth cars and smears pamt all oser the canvas III his hobby oxl pamtlng ALEXANDER LANDRY l Pelham s gtft to Central sull I'6lOll1l10lllZC the procedure followed at Cape Canaveral len ' Z' I.. - is - E 's R it ' 1 ,. t , f U 1 W W v 1 a l A I ,t 1,1-he-MS, 'jg c-, 11 , , ,lyss 'X sfijif ff l 'st ' L- ,f Q --i .ns . , .54 , - My 425 . - :- '4 f f' O fy t e 5 Z . , 1- - 4 l ,f f V' ' " K - - I ' ,, f ' . . ' Y. . . L , I I X , , , , . , , I- . . . . op- ' - ' V i . s t E t gf? Ntsls ' - K , X K ' .X A I - , Q, , t , . I ' 1 K V isle . . Y ,J A ' .. l? L: A i ' q, ' 1 - ' ,' , -S ' -' O H . ' -"A " 84 3 They said it eouldn't be done. CARL LANGLOIS-Sodality lg Minstrel lg Glee Club lg Track 2, 3: Bowling 3: A soda jerk with a mind for math . . . de- votes his talents to that of model boats and planes . . . aiming for a career in the Air Force. ROBERT Le BOEF-Football -lg WVill be long remembered for his eight yard rushing average . . . competes the indomitable pair of Lacharite and l.e Boef . . . Bob plans to shock everv- one with his success as an elec- trical engineer. J O H N LANNAN-Grammar League Staff 23 Sodality lg ln- tramural Basketball 4g Die hard confederate . . . lived in South Lawrence and Virginia . . . as- pires for success in the "num- bers" racket . . . as a math teacher. STEPHEN L E H A N E-Cross Country 4: Track 45 Sodality 4g Glee Club 43 One of the boys at the Boy's Club . . . the bas. ketball court is his natural en- vironment . . . will spot ice- bergs as a Coast Guardsman . . . entering some field of en- gineering. MATTHEW LaSCOLA-Sodal- ity lg Baseball l, 2. 3, 43 Hails from North Andover . . . bombs to school in his blue Ford . . . easily bats in the 400's with his eyes shut . . . claims to be the first one to put a baseball into orbit. WILFRED LEMAY-Football l, 2. 3, 4: Basketball l, 25 Track I, 23 Aggressive on the gridiron . . . will be the same at the front lines for the Marines . . . musically open minded . likes all types of music . l.awrence's own doll-maker works for a toy company. f.. f I ROBI-1R'I' LESSARD-jets 3, 43 Science Club -lg Will replace Von Braun in the missile field will use his aeronautical talents to make the Mr Force thc lop sertlce fine photo gtaphx fancies often seen cxhibltrng his basketball flnesse at lhe Rec lhe discovery of Atogadros nutnber 'Rs MICH AEL L06 AN Football 4 Bas all Baseball l 1 'S 4 Class Prest tt l nt cnt K Ullllill 5 lN1 e man of mans actnmes popular Ms Spa in e southern and most respectable part of Iawrcnce has win ning wats with the weaker seg ment of humanity JAMES H. LETOKJRNEAU- Track l, 2, 3, 4: Cross Coun- try 3, 4, Sodality 4, Should make a big splash in Lncle Sun s Nan will be a friend to all Cotls creatures as a set cnloys sports and music ERNESI LEX E9Ql 11 lrack l Cheerleaders l lhth his experl ence as Jamtor Ernie will clean up the Marines applies his knowledge of Physics to the fl1g.,ht of a baskctball R Xl l ILVESOL If Popular with thc fancr scx Ray possesses onc of the bcst looking rods at Central rnclined toward swimming and dntng Ml spend a hltch with the Coast C uatd LDWARD LEYI AND Bowling 5 Plans to take oter the A8cP chain after augmenting business as a cerk will someday abandon his South Broadway post to Join the Naxy coo bowling alley cat Basketball I 3 4 Soda lly 'Or 'G IOHN IORFXIO lrootball l 1 c 3 askctbill l Ira lt 'S 1 Xclxocatcs a pool team at ntt the football lC21lll s hat hitting, guard s maid bound ruth the Air Force hcncs the shot for quite 't distance JERIAIIAH Nlcfa XR'I HX S lu ILS l P 'S 4 Bowling fcant l Ccntrals anss t c Lewis luens up second lunch with his quick Wlt tk xc nntl Jus bank PXFRICK MLC XRIHX loot l 4 captain Baseball 1 3 4 captainj ROBERI ll BINSKI Interest in both knt dcthrotncs straw autos spell bound bw crls pso shops right at Shop Rite th.. 3'-3:..-.w..,......, Gr- Studcnt Council 2 5 fuce prest clentj 4 fprestdentj Larry all conference quarterback proxctl htmsclf outstandtng also in the classroom tenttal offlcer material for the Navy RICHARD MCDONA LD-Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, -lg Baseball lg Track 3, 4, Sodality 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 23 Student Coun- cil l, 2, 3, "Red" . . . regarded as "the end" on the gridiron . . . proud owner of a Stude- baker bomb . . . that is just ready to explode. THOMAS MCGOYN AN Basket ball 2: Student Council 2, 43 De- bate l, 2, 3: Sodality l, 2, 3, 41 Florentian Staff 2, 3, 4 Qeditorjg Harvard Book 3, General Ex- cellence l, 2, 3: Eternally com- plaining he has not enough time . . . "Mac" is a potential pedagogue . . . affectionately known as "Mo0se". IHON1 XS XIcN AMXRA Mm strel 1 Cross Country 3 RHISCS havoc mth hrs flamlng locks a fuel feeder after school hours has become a per manent frxturc at Martrn s Drug Store 'Wder f0Wh' 33 'Ci 511801 In '- ' ' Concoib lzt K "' S A Carina A All I fx A ' A 36 Q ofgdif "Wm, ' mia 0. xy' 3l'Unf9LV :' 'I-yn nl W ll my l"l'U"X IYNX ' hifi I Ar'-A m .l- 5 funk Sale rff- W Z vv- gl Wim W V11 55517, sg, JAMES NIACKI IV Mlnstrel 1 ub I 2 'S 4 Igxpects to organize thc Coast buard as a stock bow keeps h1s eyes on shclxes cars records and glrls prcscntlw Ilflfllllg 11110 a car etr as a rnethamcal draftsrnan PAUL J MAJOR 'Vhnstrel l X sea farmg Centrallte the tempo of rhythm and blues Pauls flCfN determlnatlon sull spenhcul his success IOSFPH 'WAC OLI gOKl21l1lX l A future golf pro mtends to applx SC1CIlllf1C prlnclples to perfecttng h1s swung a real Wllll on the 19th hole -r I'- fa ""1'J' 'Ihey were the neucst fad Slllll, Davy Crockett PETFR NIAXIS Football 1 2 Baseball 2 Student Councll l 3 SCILIICC C lub 4 Experlenced paxloader his Slghlg set on natal Lllglllllflllg' has a wlltl propensltv for cars MICHAFI MANII Sodalltw l, 2 'S 4, I-ootball l 2, Basket ball l 2, Baseball l, 2, Niodestly concedes hnnself to bc a past expert lll all sports has an lllllllllllldllll. tlesne to ask qucs t10IlS rn class hopes to re place the Nianzl Bros mlth 'Vllke Manzl, Inc Cd P5 5 3 .' . . . I F,-. ' ' 3 1 M bln- V' ' ' i 2, 3, 43 SOKl2il1ly I, 2. 3, 4: Glee V , Y-, J - C 2 J if Cl , ,., Q ' re- ' 1 V ,c , I, Ai 0.55 ' v. . ' ... it ,t 1 . - W E ' V ,1 ' ' . Aw. - - , - 1 ' fb ' , 4 . -L A I - , V ' ' ' . Y 'Z c Ag? , 'E , Z.. Y. . -4 A . I my A -..la Wo ng 5 2 ,A a A mx Ml fn, 2 f' V , f x- LEP , 7 c,fS 3 e'rc 2 lu - 2: sc, , 2 - 1 J t .. -17:-G2 2 'rn - A - A .E -2 1 , I V 'Q-ni A E AA x 2 -1 . ,- Q' pf, A- L s . 1' ' S Km S 2 'il' 55 ' , K . C - . ,I 'f r 21, 17 as . U g Y , F C ROBERT NI XSON Football I ascball I Sm a 1 y N tnslrcl I XLIIILSIS of rnal ballcarrlers an clcrnal op tennst he just warm. to he a success tn hfc classifies hnnself as one of Ricks Raid ers PAII NIXICFRI Poothall I ack Z 9 ldIllW 'I o notch crnplosce of Baekrnans Catertng lncltned to prac tlce doodle portraits of Cen s ftcultx rnctnbcrs M tel are surprlsmgls accurate vsrll soon plunge lnto .iCll0ll as a nasal serucetnan PETER H MARTIN Gram mar league Staff Z Wlll reap the prcsndency of Essex Agle has flshw hobby as 21 tropl cal fish fancler hopes to change our fattn policy glldes actoss the tee hke a pro fesstonal KHXRIFSC 'VIXIIEO n Q I ck 3 4 Bowhng 2 4 Science I I Yearbook rctn a quick w I hueks a tnost acute and wer cncct along., the Innes chclntcal C.llI,llILCl'IIlg RINNI-IH 'NIPDXNID Glee Club 4 Nltnstrcl 4 Prefers his sports fast hoekew hls mu src slow ballads has a sweet job after school deluertng loxnc 'Z if 'UF' Chalk up mother one for the teacher I 'III RENK F D XIFI IA Nltn c 4 1 Soda lckc cnjox s answering qucsttons rn hnertcan Hlstory unofftctal caretaker of the IUIIIIF, Plasstcad attracted In the Nan s opportunlttcs Q" X . 41 B1 ' ' 3 .lt4l'l'l 3, 43 I ti' .' - 3 I3 . 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X , ' . .:'.51.7 , H 4: T pf str-1 15 rltmall tg 1 -my 25 .h :Li .. ,. , SV L iv X RICHARD 'VIFLIA Sodallty 4 Dexoted housc paxnter troduced a home Trigonometry course rn 3 easy lessons enjoys all sports but partlcu larly baseball RICHARDI MICHAUD Au anon mmded l1sts the con structlon and flymg of model arrplanes among h1s hobbles sees the Arr Force as an RICHARD ALBERT MICH AUD Avld softball enthusiast practxces pxtchmg at work wrth lettuce heads has fu ture designs tom ard archltecture opportunlty to start a career rn fl Ing KEVIN MORIARTY Preserved some order at football rallles wnll keep track of txgures as an accountant agrees that gentlemen prefer blondes 90 I Flne business RAYMOND MITCHELL So d rty l 2 3 4 Glee Clubl 2 M strell 3 4 Y book 4 Raxder Staff 3 Lrbrary Staff -1 Scxence Club l Check mg Staff 4 Dramatlcs 2 lntends to enter thc field of ournahsm wxll probably become edt tor of Mad and translate all hrs llterary gems 1nto Span s MICHAEL MORRIS Sodallty lZ34Ra1erStaff34 u dent fJ0UIICll 1 4 Glee Club 3 Class Officer I 2 'Ieams with Guzowskl t replace Abbott and Costello a great person ahty and hxlarxous sense of humor makes Mlke one of the most popular Centralxtes mfamous for his newspaper football predtcuons EMM 7 - tg 1 :f -3, 1 'A . Q I Q1 t Q I r 2 H , - I , I ' f I 2 t I f f 1 t f I ' ' . . . in- . ' ' 3, 43 in , 2, , 1 ear- y' . 1 I . J .1 i h. fs lt ' , ', , 5 'd , 3 St - . ' , ' ' o DAVID MCIIFN Sodalxty 4 Cratnmar league Staff l 2 3 1018 Boy of the Ycar at the local Boy s C lub class gram Illdfldll usually sun with a basketball rn hands headed for a career m engrneer m !7l'lZ"W'?' 43 LAW RENC strel l Clee Club l Sodallty I 2 3 Cafeteria Staff l C- pher frequently manifests his Cousy like drlbhllng at the Boys Club sports one of Central s most flashy sport coats MURPHY Mtn -A Send our team to l'l0l'lCl:.l SIEPHEN VYSKOVSSKI Bas mall l S 3 4 I-ollows nn a long lme of llUSlllllg back court mcn rs Cldllflllg alulttlcs uc with lus basketball footyaorlt will be come the most suaye of busx nessmen f 1 PHI 'NERNFY Xhnstrel l lung of the North Andoycr Dairy Ouecn expected t hc a lut as a Dj has frncst colltcuon of jazz and rock r roll records 91 will ' hlsxl ,-,. Fl' ,nu A 949- J '2' rvx 11.1 '-f '-barb! AUCl1SI'IWE MCSE Sodalltv 3 4 cts Club 5 Cr Country 4 Grammar League Z r 4 us has produced some mcompre llCllSlblC droodles ln MD plans to plug ln electrical engl necrrng 18 an old xctcran of the track squad 1 Mlm ll JOHN Xl-NCOMB I-ootball 'P Sodallty ' Cotls nn pocketfulls of grccn loot at the Nlerrmack Spool and Rccl Company enjoys packing up the current pop tunes oyer the alr pass es thc lull of spare summer hours at local drug stores EDWARD A. ORLANDO-Cab eteria Staff 3, 43 If uprooted from the landscape business he'll become a civil engineer . . . as a last resort he will en- ter the navy . , . is completely normal in his interests fgirls, girls, girlsj . TIMOTHY PELLEGRINO XVIII TCYOIUUOIIIZC naval HVIH tion presently interested in reducing thc gang at Abes to a state of poxerty will limit Centrals curriculum to sexen periods of twping jOHN CYCONNOR-Sodality l, 25 Scoops up money and ice cream at Glennies . . . hopes to land a position as an airline pilot . . . essential architectural feature of 'lihompson's Spa. RICHARD M. NOLET-One of the Haverhill gang . . . inter- ested in history . . . when he isn't exploding hydrogen in bi- ology . . . a career in the Air Force is in Dick's near future, HENRY PERKIXI9 Sodallty l 2 3 4 Cross Country 4 Track 4 Really digs that Rock n Roll ne who brcues along with the Central track and Cross Countrw squads imalnahle member of the 119 Florention Staff 1 , ,152 Brother coquf-ttc isnt a game you play with mallets RIC H XRD PFRROTTA So its 2 SCILIICC Ch CCDIIAIS contribution to the art of natcrsltnng enthused hw the wonders of chemistry V arch Out" He intends to en ter the field of dentistry N IU -V' Q W I 4 nv' 1 ai 'Z' Qs' J. .- v J' 1' K 4 7 5 e , , 1' 3 ,if l .-. , - , , 1 1 , g ' , ,. . 1 if 4 A A 3 if so , sz. , 1 ' , Vx K . x A . A '- ' X, sy V dnl' I- l, 1 - ' . lb 4: ' X , if if ' ' H ,f Pia I. Jif fy? ,. , I I I A I, r - .V may it - l 3 V - . A 1' ' ji -' 'tfpaietix ,, Q, , 1, Q -- ,,j4A-fs. Jifw 531 ,fgfglz ' 92 STANIEY NIEBRLYDOWSKI Football l 3 4 Unrelentmg toward football opponents Stan plans to treat the xlls of H alt Disneys greatest actors as a vetermarran gamed prac tlcal CXPQTICIILC on his farm MICHAEL NIOURY Mmstrel l 2 3 4 Footballl lands wa tcr a great attractron swxms m the summer skates ln the wmter hopes to use the Arr I-orce as a sprmgboartl to career rn electrlcal engmeermg Z I at A portlon of Lentrals Las Vegas colony C -XRNIEN PKI ADINO Scxence ub I 4 Jets 3 4 terror of the cafeteria hams rt up over the short waves practlces chnalrw with the Road Kmghts mll shock the lNavy wnh has thcortcs on elcctrrcal engmeermg if FRANK PAYSON Sodallty 1 An Army man m the maklng wnll alter basic trammg to a comblnatlon of football and lrstemng to rock n roll platters wtll make use of Astrol ogv as a means of attammg a goal nfl in 93 Xl Xl Il R Pl-IC I KR Soclalxty 5 l Raulcr Staff 3 Basketball I Outt stucltous er SLl'!Ll'll1g Halt tant help but bt 1 success m hls chosen flcltl of math - ff" H, v.. I 1,544.2 tag A -1 wr. 11, 4 , , pw ,., !"' fi.. .J A PATRICK OMALLEY I-oot ba Z 3 4 C,olf2 Pats Irsh eyes are always smxltng lS mul season mjury was a great oss to the football squad rs assured of success rn he business world X -H ' -..L ' Rf E l .4 4' ' l K " 4 ,? 5 ' f' u-gi: , 2' , Q' 4' V ' '- -f-fs - P fr ,r . I ,E s ,h ' N Y .5 fl :.'-:I 3-'1,1z9' 'i if lr'---ff' ' we 4 R 5 ' ' 1' 15:7 fl 1 . . lv , lv I ' A . A -' ' A ' ' - ' . - , . Z ' , , , 1 1 U - ll ', , 3 ' 5 ' i A . . -. . ' , Q A. . . ' . -S A . . A ' ' ' ' ' ' - ' ' ' a ' ' t " ,M Y N, A A 'k"'s'-- L L D ,L iff: l - . x t r . f - ' fef'l7'l, ffl A I ' 4 I5 - 35474 . V A-' ,..'- ' 5 Cl ,2,3.: ',gThe A "' ' fm' xf 'ff 5 . Higgxla CERALD PETERS Baseball 1 3 4 Science Club 2 3 Proutlcs flne CXhllDlllOllS of sporting sklll on thc baseball dlamond and basketball court mterested ln the complexx tles of mlcroscoplc chemxstrv ferry plans a career as a bl0l0gl5I 67 wif ,Hug f A Us 7-gf, PR XXI I9 PITOK HEI Il F00t l 2 3 4 Basketballl Baseball l -X fugltlxe from the Box s Club was a real splash as a lxfe guard Pete looks to a career 1n Optometry vull entertaln hlS patlents vnth hrs lnexhausnble treasury f priceless stones PE l'ER PIC ARILLO Keeps the flaxor frcsh as Flaxor l-resh gets lus kicks playnng foot Ja wlll j0lll the Navy to see the WORLD REDERICR PIE FROYNSKI 50lldlllW l 3 4 Poster Club 3 SLILHU.. Club l 3 4 Cafeterla Staff 4 Sports a racv Job POYU-f at Rockmgham enjoys the pleasures offered by the great outdoors an and hunter and camper he also ues mth Robln Hood lll the use of bow and arrow keep pushm unnl we get to the museum' ROBERT POIRIER Nlmstrel 0 4 Soc y 2 4 -Xn ers best window washlng gas attendant sees the sea as a gateuav to success hopes to be Centrals fxrst admxral RONALD POIRIER Pe1emally bust a tower of power around Tovscr H111 COIIIIIV mg a trade as a clraftsman N.. 94 NIIIIAM POHELI Speech I lub and Debate 0 3 Bull famous among the falrer sex for hrs savolr falre ts tcchmquc contams a complete lme of Ifrench saymgs M---,ft JOSEPH PULVINO 'vimstrel 4 Cl b fommon flxture on Common street wtll abandon em ployment at Trlpolx s Ptzza and become a competnor enjoys gomg around m clrcles mth hrs electrtc trams 'S RICHARD RATTE Sodahty 3 4 Bombs to school everv boy from Haverhrll ln his trusty black Pontlac a valuable nugget as a cashxer tn a gro cery store Dlcks a cmch to shxne mth the bug brass of the Navy alias And do you llke Latourrame coffee EDM ARD RAU Sod lny 3 Grammar League Staff 2 3 A famtllar flgure mth hrs mer chandlse stamp prefers to drne wrthout acctdents not aluaxs successful qutetly absorbs all happenings nn hts tors perlod Imaybe he s asleepj RICHARD RANICOI RT One of the Tower Hlll blllles will take advantage of the traxnmg hell get rn the Coast C uard to become Lawrence s foremost electrlclan Joy football and baseball rn hrs spare ttme 1 fi. is flf IHRXNC IS RE-XRDON I-ootball l 2 Basketball I Clee Club 7 3 4 Track 3 4 Soda 'S 4 Nftnstrel Z 3 4 Sen drmks at the Hampton Beach Casmo fsoft drunks that rsj enjoys the sport of lungs fasclnated bv color of hockev Wenkus in his search for higher learning. U J . 'x . an K ' - -. K rf, , 1- ,Q :... yh.j is 5 assi", 'j.M, nr 3 11- - . ,-g A . e -,,- , t, .. fr 'B Q 'V GILBERT ROGERS-Sodality 2. 3, -lg jets Club -lg Raider Staff 3, 43 Appreciates all music but does not claim to be an operatic lunatic . . . Gil's about the coolest guy you'll ever meet -Lil least when he's working at the local ice-cream stand . . . is surveying for a career as a civil engineer. V ' N X ml tsl A J tl K ,J-' 1 5 MICHAEL RIORDAN Sodal ity l 3 4' Track 1' Grammar League 3: Loyal American Bandstand fan . . . if you re looking for him call Lawlors Drug Store . . . looking for- ward to a messy" career as a drug blender in a pharmacy . . . baseballs his sport but is active in the Grammar League. f JOSEPH REGAN Footballl 2 3 Humblv concedes that hes a car doctor most of whose patients don t recoyer works part time at the Eagle Tribune hoping to become a news paperman ROFER W. ROCHON-Keeps his lunch carts rolling at u- bert s . . . loyal viewer of Amer- ican Bandstand . . . as perman- ent as the lamp post at the corner drug store. ROBERT ROY-Minstrel 2, 3, 43 Football l, 23 Sees the Army as a gateway to an engineering career . , . intensely interested in math . . . he used trig to de- termine a proper blocking angle in his football days. RENE ROY-Track l: Sodality l, 2. 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Raider Staff 3, 4 fliditorjg Ambitious editor of "The Raid- er' '... enjoys the better things in the world of music . . . will soon find himself in the class- room as a Marist Brother. 1 1? 'V 1,4 t 3 'T 9 .N bg CHARLES SALVO Bowling l 3 A ltttlc guy mth a lot personality Chuck rs now Ifdllllllg to bowl Centrals flrst 300 game famous for the creatton of a new ltterary char actcr oe Alphabet rl lake mc to your leader H Il I IAM SCANLON Student Counctl l Class Offlcer 1 So tty 3 r t 4 e the hardware ktng summcr job beach combing putts around at the An dover CC RAY NIOND SILKE Football l otatty l 7 4 Present p ns lnclude a career tn the Army spends tnne bowlmg then over at the Rec or bankrupt mg hrs contcmpotartes 2,- '-5 'MVQ .nf ll ifg L-ni. 97 R 0 N A L D SHANIBERGER One of Methuen s many' g1flS to C C H S plans to adapt hrs mathematical talcnts to the fteld of cngmeermg a transfer student who has won many' new friends xn his 2 years at Cen tra z W ANIHONY A SIMMONS So daltty 3 4 Flgures a career as an accountant ftlls hrs spare tune readmg and hstenmg to azz STFPHEN SLACK Sodallty 1 4 Scle ce Club l 2 Dramattcx Z Track I 2 3 4 Cross Country P 3 4 Yearbook 4 Ccntralsj P Morgan fthe fnnanuer that tsp chief money counter at St Pat's expertly handled the "Floren trans fiscal affairs cnltvens Enghsh an 3ll with his cada werous cough . 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BERNARD H SNIITH Base ball l 2 3 4 lCf.,I0lI of Honor 3 Football I 2 Treasurer of assl Z Sodthts 9 3 4 of Central s frtendhest ICIIJIIIS ftnentls w1th hrs tholl wt to eaptaln of the warslty baseball team he bombs to school tially III h1s brown Merc RICHARD St HILAIRE Lts tens to XX ILNIX oser hts short waxe set takes stock as a stockbox at a hardware store ,Y at 'CFU X CI IIIORD SUI I IVAN T h e I 1 IIIIIL States LOIIIIIIJIIIIUII to th1s student body became a theanltal expert INOI'lxlIIg at the Ole Rock thls summer fIIIllS gleat enjoyment III boat tn GERALD S'llOPYRA-Basket- ball l, 2. 3. 4: Track 2, 3, 43 lIo11ti1111es tIcntral's tradition of outstanding basketball players possessor of a cannon like yump shot mlxed hts ath lent dll1llIlLS wlth a fIlIC scho lasttc record va. 8 lu an--14, iT'Q fvs '55 fur- But Brothtt I w IS stuck Ill 1 phone booth IRILDFRICR J 'I ANINI-XXX tt Club Quence fl Hopes to start hxs own AAN looks fo1 oll whlle ilfllllllf., artesun wells adxocate of hot xotlthng ,un 121 JOHN IATARONIS Sctenee lb 2 3 L C b L tarx Staff 4 Sotlahty 4 Partner to Coskern tn lllq delx mgs 1nto scnennht mxstertes mueh hanassecl counselor at Camp Olxmpla avld skung enthuslast 'FII' Clss ,'g. z'l'-,f, :One l ' ' ' ' . . . en- E ' 5 I ' . , ' -' , . 1' ' - rl ll "1 . . . - V ' 1 ' ' ,v I gt. , - I7 h . 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K 6 I' ii NY Valli, 98 CleCab2 4 '33, Y gif, r rlfffli ,nal 9 ffffyf 0 IHEBI-RCF lens protege of Don Fremblas sootlest lJ0llCI' cleaner ln ttmn permanent ftxtute the Bos s C ub K. llff 2llbO l'ldVC Hll CYICIISIYC 1Ill.I'2lIIlllf3l SPOITS pI'0g1'3.U'l AI l-RED J TORRIGI Sodalttw 'NIIC H-XEI TURI 4 C rammar lctguc 7 'S 4 Ra1tlcrStaff3 4 lxbrars Staff 4 Togo fCLllUIl21ll.lS known as the Btg Il pper possessor of a wotce rcscmblmg a some boom sass he rs the answer to our shortage of scxentxsts 3' If D X 1 It I, A' 'ii ence Club 3 4 NI1nstrel2 3 4 Track 3 4 Student Counctl 3 Has all the fme manners of a busmess executne wtll be a monew makmg magnate at ack son I umber Company sweet smooth and suaxe mth the op poslte sex ALP RLD F TORRISI Keeps affalrs running smoothls at the lk cndcll Berman Ins offlce mll utlllze this expcrtence to become an msurance twcoon enjoss jazz and rock n roll on the jukc box at Caldarons 'K I uf 'H 2.5 11" ""'-"'., .ff wit RICHXRD IHFRRIPN Sotlal ltx 2 3 4 Cross C ountrs 4 Jne of Ctntral s qutettst but al tlertxes pleasure from ska: mg., antl smmmtng sure to be 1 success nl clcctrlcal cngl nccrtng OSPPH TINNEX Football l ' 3 Basketball l Baseball l 2 Sotlallty l 2 3 4 Cafe Saff 2 'S 4 Class Offlce 'S glljrl of Honor l 3 A swell fel low with a beaming personalxty fdSClIl3ICll bv the vartous prottsses and systems of alg.,cbra devotes as much lelsurc time as possible to rcatltng of sport lIldf.,2l7lllC9 ', f W'f+fz.7gQ " - A ,., A , . , .'?Qr?L riff' ' 'ri ' , ' 'a 4' 4 l','tl'I, " I I L,-"" Il l 1 , ' . . . - - f 1 - of , 4 .s4..g5.,:,'a -ggitbfl , Il . x, ' sau: --" .Q-tj'-:'.S' ' "lt-.'jsj:x 'f"ui. -.'. 1'-. 1.5! 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D D I af- '.. l D 0 V' J ' J ' GERARD TREPANIER Petrol pumper t Haffners after school plans to refuel jets for the Air Force blasts rock n roll records at the Bungalow in his spare time genius with engines STANLEY UIDAVINIS Has an interesting taste in music Western songs is drawn towards a carecr as a draftsman numbers among his hob bies in drawing and photogra h ROBERT TREPANIER-Bas ketball lg Minstrel lg Beloved soda jerk of nearby McKalli- gat's . . . famous for his volley ball saves . . . one of the little men in Central. MICHAEL JOSEPH TURCO Footballl Baseballl 2 3 Bas ketball 1 Turk picks to matoes Qlrlavor Fresh variety busily designing a motor to end all motors Q400 plus HP will then pick up a classy chassis for his ro CHANEL XXLHOX Cafeteria Chanel iseathcrcd mam a cam paign in the cafctciia head ul towards in outsttntling car DONIILNIL NINLEGLERRA Sodality 1 9 Science Club 2 3 4 The cat Liller star of Star Haxen plans to be a big operator in medicine that is i a ' p 5 , , 9 - P Y- R, l, 2, 3, 3 lality 1, 3 Base- ball , 3 " 3 The A s, f 1 . . - 'l. , . , 100 R 11 NIOXD XOISIXE Football 1 ' 11111 1111111n:11111 Port 13011115 111 1111 111.11 future puts 011 .1 111 Ill 1.111 ll the 'XIII Slll 8111111111111 Shop X1 11111 111 111111 h11 111111 XIIILFICIIII H15 11111 ILXL book 11111 lll1l1xC 1111 Softball Hall of lame ,yr 1111 RILNC F 11 XRD Nlotlvdt C11 111 1115 dll1L11lllfC 11111111115 111 1111111 111 011111111 1111111 re11c1or 1111 1111 111111 111118 111111101 11 111111111 11111111 1115 11gac111 to 111 111 of 1.1111 p111 15, XOYS CLIllI'd1S l1lldlllIl1UllS 111 11r111 C IRI S C 111R1 115 111X1xLS R1p N lll 1111111111 1111111111111 flour 1111 Ll 11 1 1113 1 P31111 S 11 .11111111.1111 lllClll1C1l 111111111 111111 111111 11r111111g 211111 IS 1 gli ll 11or11 p.111111r I-R-XNKIS j 11 ELC H l-rank lLLOgllllLS popular 111111 1121111111 11111111 IS 111p1 111.11111:1111s a 11111 111111111 .11111111 111 11 s arc l111o111g,r1p11cr 11111111 011 111 111111111g 11111 of 1111 1111110115 much 111111111 111811 111111111 111111111 Q4 V i YlNClliN'l' XYHUILEY-.Xrtlent . 1 amliucate of the national pas- ., ,A wi tiinc-rlriting . . . nimble fin- lt germ-tl typist . . . plans to dis- , ' i place chef Boyarclec as a cook. . . H . 1'l- e " l KENNETH W E S T-Cafeteria if Stuff 2, 3, 45 One of the terrors of the housing project . . . will he I'ClllClIllJCYC1l for his long stzintl with the cuf. staff . . . directs his military desires to- wzmls the Marines. EINYAKRIB YVL'NlJliRLICH III -Smltility l. 2. 3. -1: Glee Club l. 2: Scienu- llluh l: Keeps the Eagle-'lirilnnie circulation mlept. in circulation . . , hopes to con- quer the kingdom of the sea as 21 submarine officer. DONALD lEMBRl'SKI-Profi- cient stock-boy and cashier at Sainsnn's . . . relishes enter- tuinnient by gixing ll try at all sports . . . ri cinch to engineer his way to success. ...M 1 fix 'fm T bww: rim: tt ---, A44 p if ff".-iw 0119 QVLLOVJ It was but four years ago that we started together at Central you starry eyed freshmen I a frnghtened Chaplam ln the mldst of nme hundred boys What lay ln store for both of us nexther one knew Well the time to close has come You are now leavmg May I as Chaplam close thus chapter of your hves wlth a few words of advxce as we part? You have much to be thankful for To God for these wonderful years to the Marxst Brothers for glvmg so much of them selves to you to a I-ine school whxch has prepared you so well for time and eter mty My advlce to you IS thrs Be grate ful For four years now you have been recewxng from Central For the rest of your llves you wlll be glvmg to your Alma Mater Yes gxvmg so that she wlll be able to pomt w1th pride or perhaps regret that she brought you forth It IS now for you to declde which As you de part dont look back You are ready you are prepared Look to the future Look to the opportunities that wlll be yours Look to the obhgatnons your four years at Central wlth us have placed on your shoulders Obllgatxons to God to the Church to your Community to your famxly and to yourselves have been taught you How well you grasp these op portumtxes and fulfill these obhgatrons wrll be the measure of Central s success and the standard by whlch she wlll be judged Be faithful to Central Loyalty rs the badge a great man wears Farewell and God be wxth you


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