Fairhaven High School - Huttlestonian Yearbook (Fairhaven, MA)

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ij W i ty ' V ■ THE MUJJCENT LIBRARY P.O.BOX 30 FAIRHAVEN. MA 02719 mE milucent library P O. BOX 30 PAIRHAVEN, MA 02719 ! . o (gift of Mrs. Chester Downing ' [otio “Too low they build who build beneath the stars.” r {Introduction We’d like you to meet our sea captain Who will guide you through this book And tell you what is coming next J O As at each page you look. He’s short and fat and friendly And his beard hides a happy smile And though he is not handsome His deeds shall prove worthwhile So folks, let’s join the captain In a voyage of recall Through the past four years of learning, — And memories dear to all. THE CLASS OF V J EULaation We respectfully dedicate this issue of the HUTTLESTONIAN to MRS. MARIE R. NOYER in appreciation of the help and guidance she has given us during our Senior Year. O O cJ-futtLsMonian Staff Editor-in-chief — Beverley Bleakley Associate Editors — Maud Agnalt, Nancy Barnicle, Ronald Hansen, Bernice Valenti Editorial Assistants — Ann Chace, Sandra Maxfield Art Editor — Marie Ehnes Sport Editors — Paul Fitzgerald, Jane Leach Business Manager — Anna Calassa Advertising Manager — Elizabeth Pepin Assistant Advertising Manager — Sylvia Cummings Advertising Assistants — Edward Clnniel, George Harrington, Mary Lou Landis, John Lopes, Norma Risdal, Elizabeth Sylvia Typists — Juliana DePina, Dorothy Gonsalves, Dolores Lima Probationary Junior Editors — Frances McKnight, Nancy Pearson, Gail S my the, Edwin Sullivan Cover and flv-leaves designed bv Robert Davidson 53 J O J ‘Wv 1 I ■f pr . f l -• ■ " tt 1 fl fl P | !k t i In 1411 We are now in the vear which will mark the end of our vovage together. J J O O We embarked on our way four vears ago, and have slowly and steadily J J j J pushed forward until at last our destination is in sight. What is yet to come is unknown to all of us, but what has passed, will remain with us always. The memories of these years will always be there for us to rediscover. Even when names and faces have faded into the past, the times spent here will not be forgotten. This year, we have based the theme of the HUTTLESTONIAN on the sea, and the whaling captains of old. Our purpose in doing this was so that in the future, we may try to emulate the qualities of these men — courage, determination, the ability to differentiate between right and wrong, and above all, faith in one’s ideals. Once we succeed in attaining these qualities, we shall become closer to achieving our goal in life. Thus, in this year of 1953, as we set our course toward our aim — success, let us profit by the value gained from the experiences of these past four years, so that as we go our separate ways in the future, each of us may reflect credit on our faculty and our school, to whom we owe J J so much. Beverley Ann Bleaklev 53, Editor-in-Chief I FACULTY I CLASSES II FEATURES E ACTIVITIES SL ATHLETIC5 21 SFTIN5C]R5 4.v. t-, te Si j Wfe. Wm - ' - iv. «w 15 WSE m3N1 ' te J- xuicijiaL CHESTER MILLER DOWNING, Pii.B., Ed.M Brown University, Harvard University Principal FAIRHAYEX HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL To the Class of 1953: The stories of King Arthur tell us how he required those who aspired to knighthood to lay their hands in his and promise certain things. The standards were set high: the duties prescribed were difficult, yet there were always young men eager to take the vows of chivalry. Through discipline and service, they sousfht to make themselves worthv members of the Round Table. At home, at school, and perhaps as a member of some organization you have been subjected to a certain amount of discipline. There have been requirements to be met and tasks to be completed on time. Some young people rebel against any form of coercion, but those who are wiser understand that without a feeling of compulsion nothing of consequence can be accomplished. At first it is parent? and teachers who compel us to act in approved ways and to perform appropriate tasks, but if the process of education is successful, we reach a point where we are more and more actuated by self control. During the years spent in Fairhaven High School, you have had opportunities for healthful exercise and recreation. I hope you have developed strong, healthy bodies. Here. too. you have had an opportunity to cultivate your mind. I hope you are leaving high school with a reasonable stock of pertinent information and with clear conceptions of what we mean by citizenship in a country like America. There have been opportunities also to strengthen your allegiance to high moral principles. Xo one can go through high school without having to make choice ' between the good and the bad and between the good and the best. I hope you have developed a character that will demand of you honesty, truthfulness, and tru t- worthiness in all your relations with others. There are great differences between the age of chivalry and our own dav. There is no King Arthur now recruiting knights for his court, but there are employ¬ ers who set a high value on anyone who can undertake a difficult task and carry it to completion in spite of discouraging obstacles, and the world still needs those who have such zeal for fair play that they can find some time " To ride abroad redressing human zerongs.” You go out to whatever lies before you possessing a precious heritage by reason of your American citizenship; you bear also the fine traditions of an old and honored school. We who know you believe in you and in your ability to make good, and we wish you well in the fascinating business of finding and filling your place in the life of your generation. Sincerely. Chester M. Downing Principal WALTER DAVID WOOD. A.B., M.A. Clark University Assistant Principal, Physics DORIS D. BRUCE, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, Boston University Director of Guidance THERESE J. BOUCHER, B.S. in Ed. Salem Teachers’ College Bookkeeping, Typing, Stenography VELNA BOWLES, B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. Framingham, Columbia, Boston University Home Economics, Clothing RAYMOND G. BOYCE B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston College Chemistry, General Science ALEXANDER M. CLEMENT B.S.E., Ed.M. No. Adams State Teachers’ College, Williams College Assistant Director of Boys Physical Education, History GEORGE COOK. A.B., Ed.M. MARY I. COOK, A.B. University of New Hampshire Wheaton College English, Civics, Junior Varsity Football, Tennis History, Economics, Social Science EDITH R. CROMIE, B.S. University of Vermont, Columbia History, Social Science LOUISE F. DENNIE, R.N. Truesdale Hospital School Nurse EARL J. DIAS, A.B., M.A. Bates College, Boston University English, Director of Student Publications EDITH G. DIAS, A.B. Brown University Latin, English GRACE L. DOWNING, B.S. MELVIN ENTIN, B.S. Nasson College, Burdeit College Rhode Island State College Stenography, Bookkeeping Director of Boys’ Physical Education, Biology ALICE W. GIDLEY Westtown School, Simmons Librarian ELIZABETH I. HASTINGS, Ed.M. Boston Universtiy Supervisor of Instrumental Music ANNE FRANCES HAYES, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Director of Girls’ Physical Education MARGARET HOWLAND. A.B. Wheaton College English MABEL G. HOYLE, A.B., A.M. Tufts College, Boston University Public Speaking, English, Drama tics Head of the English Department DOROTHEA L. JAMESON, B.S. Simmons College flead of the Home Economics Department MARGUERITE JOHNSON New England Conservatory of Music Supervisor of Vocal Music ROBERT C. LAWTON, B.M.E., Ed.M. Northeastern University, Boston University Head of the Mathematics Department VIVIAN M. KELLICK, A.B., M.A. Smith College, Boston University, Grenoble, the Sorbonne French, Geography, Mathematics edward j. McDermott, b.s., m.a. University of Maine, Columbia Mathematics EVELYN L. MARTIN Fairhaven High School, Kinyon’s Commercial School Secretary to the Principal DONALD K. MARVIN, B.S., M.A. Tufts College, Columbia University Brown University English ELSIE-LEE McCARTHY, A.B., M.A. Regis College, Wellesley College History, Civics, Current Events LILLIAN MODESTO, B.S. in Ed. Massachusetts School of Art Supervisor of Art MARIE R. NOYER, BS. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Office Practice, Junior Business Training Head of the Commercial Studies Department PHILLIPS A. NOYES, A.B. Ed.M. Dartmouth, Harvard, University of Grenoble, Certificat d’Etudes French, Spanish JAMES PARKINSON Sloycl Training School, Wentworth Institute Printing, Mechanical Drawing, Manual Training ELSIE N. PELTZ, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, Tufts College Science, Spelling, Penmanship BRADFORD IRVING PIERCE, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Geometry, General Science, Economic Geography HAZEL B. RAYMOND Salem Normal School Geography, Drawing RUTH S. ROBINSON, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Bookkeeping, Junior Business Training CUTHBERT W. TUNSTALL Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston University Shop CECELIA M. URQUIOLA Antioch College English We part — no matter how we part; There are some thoughts we utter not; Deep-treasured in our inmost heart. Never revealed and ne’er forgot. onoz tudznti cJ-fonox± Donald LeBlanc Betty Sylvia onoxi Maud As;nalt O Beverlev Bleaklev Anna Calassa Ann Cliace Edward Chmiel Martha Jenney Helen Joerger Sandra Maxfield Elizabeth Pepin Norma Bisdal Alberta Souza Elizabeth Svlv MAUD RAGNA AGNALT— “Maudie” College ‘ " Jolly, good natured, sweet. She’s a girl you’d love to meet. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 8, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Bates College. Ambition: Success. Happiest When: In the company of congenial people. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Love of Mathematics. Probable Fate: Dean of Pembroke College. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Girls Glee Club 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Double Quartet 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Centennial Pageant 3. HDTTLESTONIAN STAFF. Courtesy Campaign 4. Panel Discus¬ sion Committee 4. Senior Play. ADOLPH IL ALLERDT— " " Chic” Civic " ‘Three days oj the week I don’t worry; yesterday, today, and tomorrow.” Born: Brooklyn, N. Y., May 18, 1935. From: James Madison High School, Brooklyn, N. Y. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Ambition: Merchant Marine. Happiest When: At 1:45. Salient Characteristic: Height. Probable Fate: TV Dancer. Activities: Football 4. Basketball 3, 4. Track 3, 4. Baseball 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Allied Youth 3, 4. Double Quartet 4. Boys Glee Club 3, 4. Senior Play. NANCY GERTRUDE BARNICLE— “Nance” College “Write me as one who loves his jelloivmen.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 1, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Julliard School of Music. Ambition: Concert Artist. Happiest When: Conversing. Salient Characteristic: Vivacity. Probable Fate: First Woman President. Activities: Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Accompanist—Boys Glee Club 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 4. Orchestra 4. Home Room Secretary 3. Home Room Officer 1. Ex¬ ecutive Committee 2. Choral Music 1, 2. Field Hockey 3. Ill T- TLESTONIAN STAFF 2, 3, 4. Co-Chairman of Courtesy Campaign Committee 4. Centennial Pageant All-State-Chorus 4. Senior Play. PATRICIA MARY BARROWS— “Pat” Business “A peace above all dignities.” Born New Bedford, Mass., March 31, 1934. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Housewife. Happiest When: With Bruce. Salient Characteristic: Mar¬ ion Fire Department. Probable Fate: Mermaid. 26 NORMAN L. BENOIT Civic “Though his words are few, full many a thought has he. ' Born: Fairhaven, Mass., October 4, 1934. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Alone. Salient Characteristic: Height. Probable Fate: Truckdriver. ROBERT PAUL BERNARD— “Bob” Civic “Serious, but not sober. Quiet, but not idle .” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 25, 1935. From. St. Joseph’s School. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Am¬ bition: Undecided. Happiest When: With the gang. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Vocal Cords. Probable Fate: Golfer. Activities: Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. CYNTHIA GENE BLACK— “Cynic” College “Here’s to the girl with a heart and smile Who makes this bubble of life worthwhile. Born: Boston, Mass., May 27, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: R. C. A. Institute. Ambition: T. V. Broadcasting Tech¬ nician. Happiest When: With Dick. Salient Characteris¬ tic: Cigarettes. Probable Fate: The next Rosemary Clooney. Activities: Vocal Ensemble 2, 3, 4. Double Quartet 3, 4. (.ills Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3. Choral Music 1, 2. Centennial Pageant 3. BEVERLEY ANN BLEAKLEY— “Bev” College “So many worlds, so much to do, Such things to be. " Born: New Bedford. Mass., October 4, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: University of Massachusetts. Ambition: Teach¬ er. Happiest When: Reading or with people. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Tiny. Probable Fate: Lady Wrestler. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1, 4. Chorus 1. 2. IltJTTLESTONIAN STAFF 3, 4. Editor-in-chief 4. Executive Committee 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Traffic- Squad 3, 4. Instrumental Ensemble 2, 4. Lunchroom Cashier 2. 3. Driving Course Committee 4. Senior Play. 27 MARTIN BIRGIR BORDWICK —“Birgir” College “Men of few ivords are the best men.” Born: Beach Haven, New Jersey, November 6, 1934. From: St. Joseph School. To: New York. Ambition: Bachelor. Happiest When: Loving. Salient Characteristic: Convertible. Probable Fate: Movie Star. Activities: Home room president 1, 2, 3. Traffic squad 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY JUNE BUNGERT— “Dot” College “Silence is more eloquent than ivords. " Born: Rome, New York, July 9, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: With friends. Salient Characteristic: Brown eyes. Probable Fate: Opera singer. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Girls’ Basketball 2. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Allied Youth 4. Advanced Ensemble 2, 3, 4. All-State-Orchestra. ANNA-DIANE CALASSA— “Annie” Business ' " As merry as the day is long.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., July 31, 1936. From: Oxford School. To: Boss’s lap! Ambition: Public Accountant. Happiest When: Don’t be silly! Salient Characteristic: Efficient. Probable Fate: Man Hater. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Basket¬ ball 2, 3. Brass Ensemble 1, 2. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. Chorus 1, 2. Talent Show 1. Soft Ball 3. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Guid¬ ance Director Assistant 4. Business Manager 4. Senior Play. ANN MARIE CHACE College “A sweet , attractive kind of grace. ” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 18, 1936. From: Oxford School. To: Bridgewater State Teacher’s College. Ambition: Teach¬ er. Happiest When: It’s Saturday! Salient Characteristic: Friendliness. Probable Fate: Newspaper woman. Activities: Class Treasurer 1, 3, 4. Class Secretary 2. Choral Music 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Double Quartet 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Senior Lieutenant 4. Student Council 3. Junior Prom Committee. Honor Society 3, 4. Secretary 4. Student Reporter 4. Centennial Pageant 3. Junior Prom Queen. College Club Award 3. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. 28 JACQUELINE CECILIA CHAPMAN— “Jackie” College “And mistress of herself though China fall .” Born: Boston, Mass., May 9, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: St. Luke ' s School of Nursing. Ambition: Nursing. Hap¬ piest When: With Jim. Salient Characteristic: Neatness. Probable Fate: Aerialist with Ringling Brothers. Activities: Choral Group 1, 2. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Vocal Ensemble 4. Girls’ Glee Club 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. EDWARD L. CHASE— ‘Chase” Civic “I must have liberty. ' ' Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 8, 1935. From: Oxford School. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Ambition: Un¬ decided. Happiest When: Out of School. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Aftersessions. Probable Fate: English professor at Cuttyhunk University. Activities: Football 4. Baseball 2 , 3. BARBARA ANN CASTELEJO— “Babs’’ College “Silence best speaks the mind .” Born: Acushnet, Mass., May 20, 1935. From: Parting Ways School, Acushnet. To: Bridgewater Slate Teacher’s College. Ambition: Teacher. Happiest When: With him. Salient Characteristic: Sunny. Probable Fate: Chain store owner. Activities: Chorus 2. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Softball 1, 2. French Club. EDWARD CHMIEL— “Ed” Business “His limbs were cast in manly mold For hardy sports or contest bold. ' Born: Fairhaven, Mass., March 31, 1936. From: Our Lady of Perpetual Help School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Un¬ decided. Happiest When: Playing accordian. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Squeeze box. Probable Fate: Center for U. D. 1. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. Baseball 3. Basketball 2. traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. 29 Civic ALBERT COMEAU— “Al” “When you have nothing to say, say nothing. ’ Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 8, 1935. From: Sacred Hearts School. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Ambition: Draftsman. Happiest When: Driving along the Avenue. Salient Characteristic: Flashy socks. Probable Fate: Band leader. Activities: Band 1, 2, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 4. WILLIAM CROMPTON— “Jick” Practical Arts “These are the times that try men ' s souls: Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 24, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: To Work. Ambition: Printer. Happiest When: Riding around. Salient Characteristic: “Smiling.” Prob¬ able Fate: Gravedigger. SYLVIA ANN CUMMINGS— “Gremlin’ College “Good nature and good sense must ever join.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., April 5, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: To be a teacher. Happiest When: Participating in sports and joking. Salient Characteristic: Good sport. Probable Fate: Chairman of the Republican National Committee. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Freshman Homeroom Treasurer. Junior Home¬ room Treasurer. French Club 4. Allied Youth 4. Publicity Man¬ ager-Allied Youth 4. Assistant Advertising Manager-HUTTLESTON- IAN STAFF 4. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. 4. G.A.A. President 4. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3. Soccer 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Cageball 1, 2, 3. Tennis 3, 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. J. V. Football Games Sportswriter. MARGOT DOLORES DAVIDSEN —“Lorry” College “Her air, her manners, all ivho saw admired. ' Born: Brooklyn, New York, December 20, 1935. From: Edmund Anthony, Jr. School. To: Kinyon’s Secretarial. Ambition: Success. Happiest When: In a gay mood. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Poise. Probable Fate: Opera Star. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Double Quartet 4. Tennis 3. Executive Committee 4. Junior Prom Attendant. Centennial Pageant 3. 30 ROBERT MARK DAVIDSON— “Davie” College “Well is it known that ambition can creep as well as soar. ' Born: Arlington, Mass., November 23 , 1935. From: Harding Grammar School, Arlington, Mass. To: College. Ambition: Engineer. Happiest When: with Ann in Plymouth. Salient Characteristic: Plymouth. Probable Fate: Pilgrim. Activities: Basketball 3, 4. Executive Committee 4. Art Class 4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Track 3, 4. Centennial Pageant 3. JULIANA FLORENCE DePINA —“ Julie ” Business “There was a soft and pensive face.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., January 23. 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Seeing the world. Salient Characteristic: Petite. Probable Fate: Insurance Saleswoman. Activities: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Cageball 2, 3. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Courtesy Committee 4. Cashier 4. IRENE A. DUARTE— “Toni” Business “The magic of a face. ' Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 8, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: With Ar¬ nold. Salient Characteristic: Earrings. Probable Fate: Motorcycle Cop. Activities: G.A.A. 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Cageball 2, 3. Field Hockey 2. JOSEPH DONALD DUARTE— 1 “Joe D.” Civic “A Bold, Bad man!” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 10, 1935. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Getting Married. Hap¬ piest When: With the girls. Salient Characteristic: Argu¬ ments. Probable Fate: Football coach. Activities: Football 3, 4. Centennial Pageant 3. Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. Boys’ Glee Club 3. Double Quartet 4. Band 1, 2, 3. Orchestra 1, 2. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. 31 MARIE HELEN EHNES— “Me” College “A pleasing countenance is a silent recommendation.” Born: Milford, Mass., July 2, 1935. From: Job C. Iripp School. To: College. Ambition: To succeed. Happiest When: Cheering. Salient Characteristic: Blush. Probable Fate: Headmaster of Tabor Academy. Activities: Cheerleader 2. Head Cheerleader 3, 4. Class officer 1. Home¬ room officer 1. Executive Committee 2. Band 1, 2. Orchestra 1. Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Dance Committees 1. 2. Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3. French Club 4. HUTTLF- STONIAN STAFF 4. JANICE RAE ELDRED— “Jan ' ’ College “Charlie. My boy!” Born: New Bedford. Mass., January 30, 1936. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Deaconess Hospital. Ambition: To be happy. Happiest When: With Charlie. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Ring. Probable Fate: Career girl. Activities: Choral Music 1, 2. G.A.A. 1, 2, 3. Allied Touth 2. 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. Junior Prom Committee. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3. PAUL MICHAEL FITZGERALD— “Fitz " College “He’s best liked, that’s alike to all.” Born: New York City, New York, April 26, 1935. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Engineer. Happiest When: Occupied. Salient Characteristic: ‘ ' Mus¬ cles ’ Probable Fate: Captain of Holy Cross Ping Pong team. Activities: Homeroom Vice-President 1. Homeroom Treasurer 2. Class Treasurer 2. Class Secretary 3. Class Vice-President 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3. Captain 4. Football 1, 2, 3. Captain 4. Basketball 3, 4. Baseball 2. Track 3, 4. Vocal ensemble 2, 3. 4. Boys’ Glee Club 3, 4. Student Council 2. President 4. Key Club 3. President 4. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Courtesy Campaign 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. MILDRED JANE FLYNN— “Milly” Civic “Quiet in manner, but resolute in deed. ’ Born: Newport, Rhode Island, December 19, 1935. From: Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To join WAVES, or be child ' s governess. Happiest When: With " Johnnie. Salient Characteristic: Hairdo. Probable Fate: Nursemaid. 32 MARILYN ANNE FOSTER— 1 ‘Lyn’ Business “Laughing and chattering through life she goes. Born: New Bedford, Mass.. March 4, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Women’s Air Force. Ambition: WAFS. Happiest When: In Georgia. Salient Characteristic: Pony tail. Prob¬ able Fate: Southern belle. Activities: G.A.A. 2, 3. Allied Youth 3. JOAN PATRICIA GALLOP— “Joannie” College “Patience is the greatest remedy for every trouble. Born: New Bedford, Mass. From: Mansfield High School. To: The University of Massachusetts. Ambition: Operating Room Supervisor or Doctor of Medicine. Happiest When: In Mansfield. Salient Characteristic: Heels. Probable Fate: Baker. Activities: Honor Society 1. Latin Club 1. Science Club 1. Art Club 1. Cafeteria 1. Glee Club 1, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Field Hockey 1. Kick the Bar 1. G.A.A. 1, 4. Basketball 1, 4. BERNICE MAY GARCIA— “Bernie” Business “Silence that spoke, and eloquence of eyes. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 22, 1935. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Secretarial work. Ambition: Commercial Ar¬ tist. Happiest When: Drawing. Salient Characteristic: Twinkling eyes. Probable Fate: Toni Twin. Activities: Allied Youth 4. Cashier 4. DOROTHY CAROLINE GONSALVES —“Dottie” Business “I laughed till cried. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 17, 1935. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Air-Line work. Ambition: Ait- Line Stewardess or to join the Waves. Happiest When: With “HIM”. Salient Characteristic: Amiability. Prob¬ able Fate: Jet Pilot. Activities: Tennis 3. Allied Youth 4. HI 1LLESTONIAN STAFF 4. G.A.A. 4. Centennial Pageant 3. Courtesy Committee 4. 33 JOSEPH B. GOULART—‘ ‘Joe” Civic “To lend a helping hand, he is always ready Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 2. 1935. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: Alaskan Hunter and Trapper. Salient Characteristic: Alpine Hat. Probable Fate: Midget. Happiest When: Patiently sitting ankle-deep in muck, waiting for the ducks to come in at 4 a.m. RONALD WARREN HANSEN— “Ronnie” College “He’s never haughty, never proud, but popular in every crowd. Born: Wildwood. N. J., March 9, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Wentworth Institute. Ambition: Electronics. Happiest When: In a gay mood. Salient Characteristic: Crew Cut. Probable Fate: Secretary of Defense. Activilies: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Senior Lieutenant 4. (.lass President 1. Vice-President 2, 3. Secretary 4. Basketball 2, 3. 4. Student Council 1. Key Club 2. 3, 4. Junior Prom Committee. Victory Dance Com¬ mittee 2. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF. Track 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 2, 3, 4. Boys’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Homeroom President 1. BARBARA CHRISTINE HARGREAVES College “It is nice to be natural when you ' re naturally nice.’ Born: Fall River, Mass., March 17, 1935. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Happiest When: With ‘The gang.” Salient Characteristic: Gum. Probable Fate: Diplomatic Courier. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. French Club 4. Centennial Pageant 3. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. GEORGE STEPHEN HARRINGTON, JR.— “Geo ' ’ College “Persuasion tips his tongue when e er he talks. Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 17, 1934. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Northeastern University. Ambition: President of the United States of America. Happiest When: Arguing for the Democrats. Salient Characteristic: Popu¬ larity. Probable Fate: Republican Candidate for President. Activities: Class President 1, 2, 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 2, 3. ocal En¬ semble 1, 2, 3. Vice-President — Student Council 2, 4. Basketball 2. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 3, 4. Home Room President 1. 2, 3. 34 GUNHILD OLAUG HELGESEN— “Gunnie” Civic “ choose to chat where ere 1 come. Born: Stavanger, Norway, April 15, 1935. From: Job C. I ripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Nursemaid. Happiest When: With Stan and the gang. Salient Characteristic: Baby-sitting. Probable Fate: Jungle Queen. Activities: G.A.A. 1, 2, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 4. ocal Ensemble 4. Chorus 1, 2. DAVID MICHAEL HIRST— “Dave” Civic “ Merrily, merrily shall I live now. Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 15. 1935. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To enter into the l T . S. Marine Corps. Happiest When: Sleeping. Salient Characteristic: Grin. Probable Fate: Umpire. Activities: Football 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. Allied outh 4. BARBARA JOAN HOLT— “Barb” College “Style is the dress of thoughts. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 31, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Bridgewater State Teachers College. Ambition: Teacher. Happiest When: It’s Saturday again. Salient Characteristic: Saturday night parties. Probable Fate: Soda jerk. Activities: G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Allied Youth 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. French Club 4. Cageball 1, 2, 3. Chorus Music 1, 2. GEORGE HOLT, JR.— “Sonny” College “The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleas¬ ure my business.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 9, 1935. From: Edmund An¬ thony Jr. School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Jet Flyer. Happiest When: Driving around town in a jalopy. Salient Characteristic: Blond hair. Probable late: Hen¬ pecked husband. Activities: Basketball 1, 4. Football 4. 35 EDWARD JAMES HORSLEY— “Ted” r College “A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows .” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 18, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: University of Massachusetts. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Sleeping. Salient Characteristic: Sleepy. Probable Fate: Route director for “The Fairhaven Star.” Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. MARTHA RUSSELL JENNEY— “Marty” College “ ’Tis good will makes intelligence. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 18, 1935. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Marriage. Happiest When: With Mau¬ ry. Salient Characteristic: Rochester. Probable Fate: Far¬ merette. Activities: G.A.A. 1, 2. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. 2. THERESA MARY JOAQUIN— “Terry” College “Music is the thing in the world that I love most.’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 11. 1934. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Music Teacher. Happiest When: With friends. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Good-natured. Probable Fate: Buyer for Wool- worth ' s. Activities: Hockey 1. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Senior Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Instrumental Ensemble 4. HELEN ANNE JOERGER College “Ah, thy beautiful hair!” Born: Fall River, Mass., October 18, 1936. From: Job C. Tripp. To: College. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: On the telephone. Salient Characteristic: Pleasant. Probable Fate: Florist. Activities: French Club 4. Lunch Accounts 4. Honor Society 3, 4. 36 ALMA LOUISE JOHNSON College “Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and loiv, an excellent thing in woman.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 13, 1936. From: Anthony School. To: St. Luke’s School of Nursing. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Chewing Spearmint Gum. S alient Char¬ acteristic: Neat. Probable Fate: Bubble gum manufacturer. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Allied Youth 1, 2. Tennis 3. French Club 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. JAMES THOMAS JOHNSON —“Bert” Civic “A merrier man l never spent an hour ' s talk withal. Born: Albany, New York, August 20, 1934. From: Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. To: Llndecided. Ambition: Merchant Marine. Happiest When: Playing basketball at Fairhaven Boys Club. Salient Characteristic: Red. Probable Fate: Fisherman. Activities: Allied Youth 4. Football 2. Basketball 3. ROLAND JOHN KEARLEY— “Kettles” Civic ‘7 agree with no man’s opinion; I have some o) my own. ' Born: Gloucester, Mass., January 7, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Merchant Marine. Ambition: Beer Tester in Dick Perry’s Brewery. Happiest When: Driving a (car) horse. Salient Characteristic. Bulging Muscles. Probable Fate: Cabin boy — U. S. S. Seaweed. Activities: Football 3, 4. Allie d Youth 3, 4. Vical Ensemble 4. ALICE LEAH KINGSTON— 1 ‘Sally” College “ ’Tis not a tip or eye we beauty call, but the full force and joint effect of all.” Born: Chatham, New Brunswick, Canada., September 14, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: Col¬ lege. Happiest When: “Galavanting.” Salient Characteris¬ tic: Wide belts. Probable Fate: Surrealist. Activities: Girls’ Glee Club 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Double Quartet 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Executive Committee 2. Student Council 1. Courtesy. Campaign Committee 4. 37 ROSALYN HELEN KRUGER— “Ross” Business “Kind hearts are more than coronets. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 30, 1934. From: Mount Pleas¬ ant School. To: Waves. Ambition: Secretary or Waves. Happiest When: With Dot G. and Bernice G. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Pretty clothes. Probable Fate: Admiral’s Secre¬ tary. Activities: G.A.A. 4. Allied Youth 4. MARYLOUISE LANDIS— “Marylou” College “A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance .“ Born: Memphis, Tenn., December 31, 1934. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Marietta College. Ambition: Veter¬ inarian. Happiest When: Foolin’ around. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Suntan. Probable Fate: Prima Ballerina. Activities: G.A.A. 2, 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Double Quartet 4. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF. JANE HOLDSWORTH LEACH— “Janie” College “Her ways are ways of pleasantness.” Born: New Bedford. Mass., October 25, 1935. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: Medical Technol¬ ogist. Happiest When: Cheering. Salient Characteristic: . . inn”. Probable Fate: Chorus Girl. Activities: Cheerleader 3. 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Choral Music 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Double Quartet 4. Girls Glee Club 4. Class Executive Committee 1. 2, 3. Home Room Officer 1, 2, 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. G.A.A. 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. French Club 4. Centennial Pageant 3. Co-chairman Courtesy Campaign 4. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. MARY CLAIRE LeBLANC Business “She may be small but never inconspicuous” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., July 13, 1935. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Join the Waves. Happiest When: Sleeping late. Salient Characteristic: Chattering. Probable Fate: Louella Parsons. Activities: Cageball 2, 3. Field Hockey 1, 2. Basketball 2. Cafeteria 1, 2. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. 38 DONALD JOSEPH LeBLANC College “The hand that follows intellect can achieve. Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 14, 1936. From: Oxford School. To: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Am¬ bition: Electronical Engineer. Happiest When: With Friends. Salient Characteristic: Theorems. Probable Fate: Ambas¬ sador. Activities: Executive Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Senior Play. ELAINE LUCIENNE LEWIS— “Ellie” Business “Sweetness needs not the foreign aid of ornament. Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 3, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Campbell’s Secretarial School. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With the gang. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Complexion. Probable Fate: Music store owner. DELORES P. LIMA— “Del” Business “Born with a gift of laughter. Born: Fairhaven, Mass. September 16, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Having fun with the gang. Salient Characteristic: Cute hats. Probable Fate: Lion Tamer. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Girls’ Softball 1, 2. Cageball 2, 3. HUT- TLESTONIAN STAFF. Spanish Club 4. Junior Day Pageant. Court¬ esy Committ ee 4. DOLORES MARIA LOBO— ' “Dolly” Business “A daughter of the gods, divinely tall. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass. September 12, 1934. From: Rogers School. To: Brandford’s Model School, and a Business School, New York. Ambition: Model and Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: Dancing. Salient Characteristic: Beauty con¬ tests. Probable Fate: Miss Universe. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Cageball 1, 2. 39 JOHN FRANCIS LOPES— “Johnny” Business “All my ambition is, 1 own To profit and to please unknown .” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 14, 1934. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Navy. Ambition: Navy officer. Happiest When: Always happy. Salient Characteristic: Curly hair. Pro¬ bable Fate: Manager of Fairhaven Drive-In Theatre. Activities: Vice-President, Secretary of Allied Youth 4. Key Club 4. Courtesy Committee 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. HIJTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Pageant 3. Prom Committee 3. Jr.-Senior Dance Com¬ mittee 3, 4. THERESA M. LOURO—“Terry” Business “ never, with important air, In conversation overbear. Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 12, 1934. From: St. John’s Academy. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Dancing — Flirting. Salient Character¬ istic: School Spirit. Probable Fate: Acrobat. ALDEN HOWLAND LUMBARD College “All must be earnest in a world like ours.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., December 25, 1934. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: School Teacher. Hap¬ piest When: Sleeping. Salient Characteristic: Cars? Pro¬ bable Fate: Fuller Brush Man. Activities: Traffic Squad 2. 3, 4. PHYLLIS MARY MACHADO— “Phyl” Civic “Her quiet and unassuming manner Brings forth her pleasant ways.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 31, 1935. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: LIndecided. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Dancing. Salient Characteristic: Silence. Probable Fate: Good Humor Man. 40 BARBARA MacLENNAN Civic “Fair nature ' s sweet simplicity With elegance refined. Born: New York, New York, May 23, 1934. From Mattapoisett Center School. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Am¬ bition: Undecided. Happiest When: With the gang. Sali¬ ent Characteristic: Candid. Probable Fate: Car Hop. FRANCES H. MACOMBER — “Frannie” College “How sweet and gracious .” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 19, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Business school. Ambition: Success. Hap¬ piest When: With Paul. Salient Characteristic: P. S. Pro¬ bable Fate: Lawyer. Activities: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Allied Youth 3, 4. French Club 4. PAUL DAVID MALCOLM College “Good nature is the foundation of all good things. Born: Fairhaven, Mass., January 1, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Commercial Artist. Happiest When: Doing Nothing. Salient Characteristic: Nash. Pro¬ bable Fate: Head Usher at Olympia (Balcony Division). Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Key Club 2. 3, 4. Lieutenant Governor of Key Club 3. Vice-President, Secretary of Key Club 4. Treasurer of Band 3. Basketball 3, 4. JANE MARSHALL— 1 “Janey” College “Mix ' d reason with pleasure , and wisdom with mirth. " Born: Providence, Rhode Island, September 17, 1936. From: Job S. Gidley School. To: College. Ambition: To travel. Happiest When: Talking. Salient Characteristic: Witty. Probable Fate: Playwright. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. French Club. Senior Play. 41 JOAN MARTIN— “Joni” Business “Silence is more musical than any song. Born: Acushnet, Mass., February 7, 1936. From: Waterman School. To: Undecided. Ambition: WAVE. Happiest When: With Gussy. Salient Characteristic: Smile. Pro¬ bable Fate: Martha Raye II. Activities: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Softball 2. SANDRA RUTH MAXFIELD— “Sandi” College A )ace with gladness overspread. Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 2, 1935. From:Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Journalist. Happiest When: at Fairhaven — New Bedford football games. Sali¬ ent Characteristic: Peppy. Probable Fate: First violinist with the Boston Symphony. Activities: Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2, 4. Choral Music 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 4. Double Quartet 4. French Club 4. Girls Glee Club 4. Basketball 2. Field Hockey 3. Executive Committee 3. Prom Committee 3. Centennial Pageant 3. HUT- TLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Traffic Squad 1. 2. 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Band 1, 2. Girls Tennis 3, 4. Courtesy Committee 4. 11-State Orchestra 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA VIOLA McMULLEN— “Patti” Business “A pleasant smiling cheek, a speaking eye” Born: New Bedford. Mass., May 10, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Junior College. Ambition: Private Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: With “Vern.” Salient Characteristic: Babson Institute. Probable Fate: Moving Van Driver. Activities: Guidance Office Assistant. Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 4. Vocal Ensemble 2, 3, 4. Double Quartet 3, 4. Freshmen Chorus 1. Girls Glee Club 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. ANNE PATRICIA MELLO— “Pat” Civic “With everything that pretty is.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., March 17, 1935. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Airline Hostess. Happiest When: With Mother Bell’s children. Salient Characteristic: Well-groomed. Probable Fate: Telephone solicitor. Activities: Softball 2. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. 42 MARION THERESA MONTEIRO— “Terry” Civic “A sure success she will be For she does all things efficiently. Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 23, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With him. Salient Characteristic: Amiable. Pro¬ bable Fate: Marine Sergeant. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Cageball 2, 3. FRANCES DENISE MORGAN— “Franny” Civic “A good pal , a true friend to those who knew her. Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., January 27, 1935. From: Mattapo- isett Center School. To: Air Age School. Ambition: Air¬ line Hostess. Happiest When: Making people happy. Sali¬ ent Characteristic: Paper route. Probable Fate: Associated press editor. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. JO HN C. MULLETT— “Jack” Civic “Our youth we can have but today. " Born: Braintree, Mass., November 27, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: With Martha. Salient Characteristic: White Bucks. Probable Fate: Hot-rod driver at Seekonk. Activities: Vocal Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. Boys Glee Club 2, 3. Traffic Squad 4. Football 2, 4. SHIRLEY ANN MUSAKKA— “Shirl” Business “Of such a merry nimble spirit. " Born: South Carver, Mass., May 1. 1934. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Marriage. Ambition: Housewife. Hap¬ piest When: With Ray. Salient Characteristic: Wavy Hair. Probable Fate: Cadillac dealer. Activities: Pageant 3. 43 ROBERTA ELIZABETH NORRIS— “Bobby” College “The mildest manners, and the gentlest heart. ' Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 23, 1935. From: New Bed¬ ford Vocational High School. To: Massachusetts General Hospital School of Nursing. Ambition: Nursing. Happiest When: With the “gang.” Salient Characteristic: Quiet. Probable Fate: Auctioneer. Activities: Glee Club 2. Softball 2, 3. At oke — Basketball 1. Soft- ball 1. PATRICIA FRANCES NOWAKOSKI —“Pat ' ' Business “She is good that does good to others. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 7, 1936. From: Our Lady of Perpetual Help School. To: Salem Teachers College. Am¬ bition: Business Teacher. Happiest When: At the Lunch¬ eonette. Salient Characteristic: Perseverance. Probable Fate: Business Woman. MARGARET ANN O’LEARY— “Peggy” College “She may be quiet, she may be shy. But see the mischief in her eye. ' Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 26, 1935. From: St. Joseph ' s School. To: Infant’s Home. Ambition: Child Care Technician. Happiest When: Having Fun. Salient Characteristic: Pug Nose. Probable Fate: Violinist on TV. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. F. H. S. Trio 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2, 4. Choral Music 1, 2. NORMA LOIS PEARSON Business “Beauty of style and grace depend on simplicity. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 29, 1934. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Westward the Women. Happiest When: Wednesday Nights. Salient Characteristic: Tiny Waist. Probable Fate: Avon Saleswoman. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Jr. Band 1. Student Council 2. Double Quartet 3, 4. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 1. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. 44 ELIZABETH ANN PEPIN —“Bette” Business “For me — hold no commerce with despair! Born: Acushnet, Mass., May 26, 1935. From: Parting Ways School. Acushnet. To: Merchants National Bank. Ambi¬ tion: Happiness. Happiest When: With Friends. Salient Characteristic: Busy. Probable Fate: Lady Detective. Activities: Vocal Ensemble 1. 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Cashier 3, 4. Traffic Squad 1, 2. Junior Lieutenant 3. Co-Captain 4. Bas¬ ketball 3. Ill TTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Softball 3. Junior Prom Committee. Centennial Pageant. Homeroom Treasurer 1, 3. Home¬ room Vice President 2. ALBERTA ANN PERRY Business ‘ " To be merry best becomes you. Born: New Bedford. Mass., August 5, 1936. From: Oxford School. To: ETndecided. Ambition: WAVES. Happiest When: With Ray. Salient Characteristic: Anchors A weigh. Probable Fate: Dorothy Dix. NANCY ANN PERRY—“Van” College o “We are charmed by neatness of person .” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 19, 1936. From: Betsy B. Winslow School. To: Truesdale Hospital. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: On Weekends. Salient Character¬ istic: Wardrobe. Probable Fate: Model. Activities: Traffic Squad 4. Allied Youth 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 1. 2, 3. Dance Committee 3. Chorus 1. 2. Spanish Club 4. Tennis 1, 2. Baseball 1. Field Hockey 1. RICHARD J. PERRY— “Dickie” Civic “Why take life seriously? Yoall never get out of it alive. Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 12, 1934. From Parting Ways School. To: Undecided (Boston University). Am¬ bition: Ambassador of Portugal. Happiest When: Playing sports. Salient Characteristic: Fords. Probable Fate: Masseur. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Allied Youth 4. Football 3, 4. 45 CAROL ANN QUIRNBACH Business “T’tvas her fate; patience and beauty. Born: Waukegan, Illinois, August 22, 1934. From: Rogers School. To: New Bedford Textile Institute. Ambition: WAF. Happiest When: Having fun. Salient Characteristic: Baton. Probable Fate: Cab driver. Activities: Majorette 1, 2. Head Drum Major 3, 4. Allied outh 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Softball 1, 2. 3. Cageball 2, 3. BARBARA LOUISE REEVES— “Barb” Business “ Love, sweetness, goodness in her person shone. Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 24, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Business. Ambition: Career Girl. Happiest When: With Dot B. Salient Characteristic: Violin. Pro¬ bable Fate: Public speaking teacher. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 2. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Allied Youth 4. Advanced Ensemble 2. 3, 4. All State Orchestra 3, 4. MARY LOU REGO— “Lou” Collge “No matter what others may be She is always herself Born: Dartmouth, Mass., August 3, 1935. From: Sarah 1). Ottiwell School. To: Bryant College. Ambition: Merchan¬ dising. Happiest When: Always. Salient Characteristic: Merry. Probable Fat e: Hat check girl. Activities: Spanish Club 4. Home Room Secretary 2. Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 4. RAYMOND LEO RICHARD— ‘Ray” Civic “A good head and industrious hand Are worth gold in any land. Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 24, 1936. From Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Printer. Happiest When: Doing anything but work. Salient Characteristic: Sore thumb. Probable Fate: Carpenter. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. 46 LEONARD SANFORD RIDLEY— “hen” Col lege “l do nol jear to follow out the truth. ' ’ Born: Belmont, Mass., July 28, 1935. From: Anthony School. To: “unknown. Ambition: To collect unemployment com¬ pensation. Happiest When: Doing anything besides home¬ work. Salient Characteristic: Licorice stick. Probable Fate: Mr. Gonsalve s assistant. Activities: Band 1. 2, 3, 4. Student Council 1. Orchestr a 1. 2, 3, 4. Senior Play 4. NORMA RISDAL Business ‘’Oh blest with temper ivhose unclouded ray, Can make tomorrow cheerful as today.” Born: Orange, New Jersey, March 7, 1935. From: Tripp School. To: Boss’ lap. Ambition: In Business. Happiest When: Fooling around in Carol’s car with the gang. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Blondy. Probable Fate: Boss’ lap. Activities: Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Band 3, 4. Home Room Treasurer 1. Allied Youth 4. HUTTLESTONTAN STAFF 4. Cageball 2. JOHN DAVID ROGERS Civic “A quiet man, a true friend.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 27, 1934. Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest Whn: Eating. Salient Characteristic: Grin. Probable Fate: Politician. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4. RAYMOND DANIEL ROGERS— “Danny” Civic “Go on. my friend and fear nothing.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 30, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: None. Happiest When: Sleeping. Salient Characteristic: Freckles. Pro¬ bable Fate: Gene Krupa II. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3, 4. 47 SEARL LEE ROOT College “Why should life all labor be? ' Born: Randolph, Vermont, July 8, 1935. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Mass. Radio School. Ambition: To be a “Ham” operator. Happiest When: With a short blond. Salient Characteristic: Saxaphone. Probable Fate: Bachelor Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. CLAUDIA ADELE RUSSELL—“C o” Business “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men. Born: Brooklyn, New York, May 26, 1935. From P. S. 89, New York City. To: Business World. Ambition: Wife. Happiest When: In Vicky’s car riding on Spring Street. Salient Characteristic: Loquacious. Probable Fate: Librarian. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Room President 3. Cheerleader 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Double Quartet 3, 4. Sub. 3. Girls Glee Club 4. Allied Youth 2, 3. JOYCE MARGARET SENNA— “Shortie” Civic “The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known. ’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 11, 1935. From: Anthony School. To: Campbell’s Secretarial School. Ambition: To be a secretary. Happiest When: With friends. Salient Characteristic: Friendly. Probable Fate: Home Economist. Activities: Allied Youth 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Art Club 4. JOHN JOSEPH SETZER— “Setz” Civic “The Rhine is the river for me, my lad. Born: New London, Connecticut, February 17, 1935. From: Frankfurt High School. To: Armed Service. Ambition: Civil Service. Happiest When: Listening to good music. Salient Characteristic: Well-traveled. Probable Fate: High Commissioner of Germany. Activities: Chorus 2, 3. Jazz Club 3. Swimming Club 1, 2 at Frankurt. 48 ELEANOR MAE SHERMAN— “Ellie” Civic “Light of step and heart was she. Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., August 6, 1934. From Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Flirting. Salient Characteristic: Mischie¬ vous. Probable Fate: Polo player. WILLIAM E. SHERMAN— “Warpe” Civic “Life is just one darn thing after another.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., February 20, 1933. From: Matta¬ poisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Frog¬ man. Happiest When: With the girls! Salient Character¬ istic: Pine Island Road. Probable Fate: Pin Boy. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3. Football 1, 2, 3. Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3. ALBERTA ANN SOUZA Business “Softly speak and sweetly smile. ' Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 12, 1935. From: Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Being with friends. Salient Characteristic: Cute. Probable Fate: Cafeteria Manager. Activities: Home Room President 1. Executive Committee 1. Student Council 1. Cashier 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 4. PAUL BERNARD SOUZA Civic “The best of the sport is to do the deed and say nothing.’ Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 22, 1935. From St. Joseph’s School. To: University of Mass. Ambition: Farmer. Hap¬ piest When: Playing football. Salient Characteristic: Good guy. Probable Fate: Farmer. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. 49 BETTY LOUISE SYLVIA— “Betts” College “Wearing all that weight of learning, lightly like a flower.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 3, 1936. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: M. I. T. Ambition: Chemical Engineer. Happiest When: Day Dreaming. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Fun. Probable Fate: Elevator girl. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Home Room Officer 2. Executive Committee 2, 3. Student Council 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Vice-President of Honor Society 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. EARLE LEA SYLVIA College “Tis good-nature wins the heart ' Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 23, 1935. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Draftsman architect. Happiest When: Playing baseball. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Baseball. Probable Fate: Artie Shaw II. Activities: Baseball 3, 4. Football 4. Home Room Officer 1, 2. Allied Youth. ELIZABETH ANN SYLVIA— “Betty Ann ” Business “A soft answer turneth away wrath.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 25, 1935. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Work. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: Roller Skating. (Lincoln Park). Salient Characteristic: Skates. Probable Fate: Cashier at A P. Activities: Honor Society 3, 4. Office Assistant 4. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 4. Spanish Club 4. Cashier 3, 4. GENE SYLVIA Civic “Time weighs heavy upon him. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 17, 1936. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Undecided. Salient Characteristic: Sharp Jack. Probable Fate: Captain in Salvation Army. 50 JAMES PATRICK SYLVIA— “Jimmie” College “Speak boldly and speak truly. ' Born: Fairhaven, Mass., August 29, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: U. S. A. F. Ambition: Aeronautical Mechanic. Hap¬ piest When: Out of school. Salient Characteristic: Good natured. Probable Fate: Space Cadet. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. Courtesy Committee 4. RAYMOND ANTHONY SYLVIA— 1 ■Ray’ Civic “His talents were of the more silent class.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 11, 1934. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: To be a pilot. Happiest When: Playing Football. Salient Characteristic: Tee shirts. Probable Fate: Tax Collector. Activities: Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Executive Committee 1. Track 4. Dance Committee 1. Art Club 4. ROGER TRUDEAU—“ ?og” Civic “Each in the toil his destin’d office bears.’ Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 22, 1933. From Anthony School. To: Navy. Ambition: To Graduate. Happiest When: I’m with you! Salient Characteristic: Fruit Boots. Probable Fate: Foot Soldier. BEVERLY ANN TUNSTALL— “Bev” College “I’m happiest when I sing.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 27, 1935. From: Anthony School. To: Bridgewater State Teachers College. Ambi¬ tion: Teacher. Happiest When: In school. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Leadership. Probable Fate: Member of TV panel. Activities: Band 1. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 4. Double Quartet 4. Tennis 1, 2. Home Room Treasurer 2. Prompter, Senior Play. 51 BERNICE BARBARA VALENTI College “She ' s very small, not tall at all; And, Oh! Those gorgeous eyes! " Born: Lynn, Mass., May 4, 1935. From: Weymouth High School. To: College. Ambition: Happiness. Happiest When: Summers here!! Salient Characteristic: “Ipana smile. " Probable Fate: Star of radio program “Portia faces Life.’ Activities: Ski Club 1. Student reporter 2. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 4. French Club 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. HUTTLESTONIAN STAFF 2, 3, 4. Courtesy Campaign 4. SYDNEY WARBURTON, JR.— “Syd " Civic “Good natured is he, to lend a helping hand he is ever ready. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 4, 1935. From: Tripp School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: Alaskan Fur Trapper and a Big Game Hunter. Happiest When: Sitting in a freezing duck blind at 4:00 a.m. Salient Characteristic: Hunting hoots. Probable Fate: Fishing guide. MARILYN ANN WALSH— “Walshie " Civic “Thought is deeper than all speech. " Born: Boston, Mass., June 17, 1935. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Homework Done. Salient Characteristic: Bike. Probable Fate: Tele¬ vision M. C. Activities: Softball 2. Traffic Squad 4. NATHANIEL WEEKS— “Nat” College “A short saying often carries much wit. " Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 26, 1936. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Elec¬ tronic Work. Happiest When: Reading. Salient Charact¬ eristic: Sneakers. Probable Fate: Vitamin Salesman. 52 MATTHEW CHARLES WINTERBOTTOM— “Matt’ Civic ' “‘How merry is a students life. Born: Fairhaven, Mass., January 14, 1936. From Rogers School. To: Navy. Ambition: Graduate. Happiest When: Out of school. Salient Characteristic: Wine, women, and song. Probable Fate: Tarzan. Activities: Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 3, 4. CHARLES WILLIAM WORDELL—“C t uck” Civic “Enthusiasm is the genius of sincerity. ' Born: Acushnet, Mass., May 21, 1921. From: Rogers School. To: Naval Flight School. Ambition: Graduate. Happiest When: Surrounded by beautiful women. Salient Charact¬ eristic: Tatoo. Probable Fate: Girl in every port. THEODORE THORNTON YANAK— “Ted” “Chip” Civic “Let nothing disturb thee . Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 24, 1935. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: Service or College. Ambition: Draftsman. Happiest When: Eating. Salient Character¬ istic: Resonant tones. Probable Fate: Pro Basketball player. Activities: Student Council 3. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Key Club 4. JACQUELINE YATES— 1 ‘Jackie” “Song charms the sense. ' ”’ Born: Medway, Mass., September 22, 1934. From: Tripp School. To: St. Luke’s School of Nursing. Ambition: R. N. Hap¬ piest When: Having fun with friends. Salient Character¬ istic: Capability. Probable Fate: Head nurse at St. Lukes. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Vocal Ensemble 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. Civic 53 From left to right: Marietta Vogt, Secretary: Geraldine Corcoran, Vice-President: and William MacLean, President. Nancy Pearson, Treasurer, was absent when the photograph was taken. After much thought and deliberation, we have come to the conclusion that the Senior Class of 53 is an unusual one, after all. Our conclusion stemmed from our interview with three of the more prominent Seniors. Their opinion of themselves was somewhat surprising. Their opinion seemed to be this: during their Freshman year, they labored to become Sophomores; during their Sophomore year, they labored to become Juniors, etc. We, as Juniors, will add that they have done a little more than that. We remind them of their several debates, the driving course which they are attempting to add to the Fairhaven High School curriculum, and, of course, the successful observance of “Courtesy Week.” Let us take a look at their original “courtesy campaign. " What other Senior class, passing through the stately portals of Fairhaven High School, has performed such miracles with the underclassmen? 54 The Junior Class, to lie sure, needed no such miracles. Our man¬ ners, like other sterling characteristics, are perfect. We Juniors are perfection personified from the tip of our shiny manners to the top of our tinv intellects. J Our three famed Seniors then returned our compliments by reminding us of our talent show — minus the talent. We bowed our modest little heads but couldn’t avoid a show of pride at the deserved praise. Although we cannot take credit for any other feat as yet, we are certain that our fourth and final year will be the most time-honored ever. And so we close by thanking our brother class — for, at times, they have been a help to us — and wishing them every success in the future. Frances McKnight 54 Nancy Pearson 54 Gail Smythe 54 Edwin Sullivan ’54 55 ' ■ - ■ ir: • r r., " " ' . r — ' t 1 " - 1 Ccr iM I , , if if 1 • ' 11 i Sfl ! From left to right: Mrs. Margaret Howland, Class Adviser: June Long. President: Thomas Howes, Vice President: Earl Sherman. Treasurer, and standing, in rear. Edward Sylvia. Left to right: Paul Hirst, President: Susan Leach. Vice-President: David Brenneke, Treasurer: Harriet Hawes, Secretary: Mr. Pierce, Class Adviser. LOG OF THE GOOD SHIP 1953 September 7, 1949: We embarked on our voyage under the leadership of Ronald Hansen, George Harrington, Marie Ehnes, and Ann Chace, and our navigator was Mr. Marvin. The first social event of the year was the Freshman-Junior Dance; it was a fiasco, but we enjoyed ourselves, anvway. In May of this year, Marie Ehnes was chosen as the newest member of the cheering squad. May seemed to be an eventful month for the class of 53. It was then that the history class made a voyage to Boston with its teacher, Mrs. Bruce. We saw the Art Museum and the Boston Pops Concert. The band, chorus, and orchestra went to Attleboro that month, to attend the State Music Festival. Later in the month, the New England Festival was held at Rutland, Vermont, and our band received a deserved A rating. With full sail, we entered port in June 1950, having completed suc¬ cessfully the first lap of our voyage. September 6, 1950: We pulled up anchor and resumed our voyage with Mr. Marvin, our pilot, and George, Ronnie, Ann, and Paul, our skip¬ pers. “Fitz was chosen all Bristol County guard this year, a very unusual, and highly-coveted honor for a Sophomore. In the fall, evervone enjoyed himself at our Sophomore-Senior Dance. Nancy and Bernice were chosen to edit the Sophomore Page of the HUTTLES- TONIAN. To replenish our treasury, the class sold greeting cards, and Donald LeBlanc and Jackie Yates won the prizes which were offered for the greatest number of cards sold. A Valentine’s Tea was held for our mothers, to give the teachers and parents a chance to be better acquainted. Our basketball team went to the Boston Garden; and after conquering two other opponents, and winning in the finals against Matignon, we came home with the Class B Championship. The cheerleaders also achieved fame by capturing first prize at the cheerleading tournament in Spencer. Spring was also eventful, for the band, orchestra, and chorus journeyed to Weymouth to participate in the Southeastern Massachusetts music festival, and then later, trav¬ eled to Boston for the New England Music Festival. Still in good spirits, we headed in to port, and so ended the second part of our voyage. September 5, 1951: We launched our ship into the waves of our Junior year with Miss C. Eleanor Delaney guiding our way, while George, Ronnie, Paul, and Ann continued to be our leaders. Two of our class-mates received honors. — Marie, by being elected head cheer¬ leader, and Paul, by again attaining the honor of becoming a member of the all Bristol County football squad. Beverley was chosen to work on the yearbook staff, and with Nancy and Bernice, planned the Junior Page. Other Juniors chosen for the cheering squad were 60 Jane and Claudia. The Junior-Senior Dance this year was a Harvest Hop, and later in the year, our class sponsored a Leap Year Dance. The Honor Society held its annual initiation in January, and six Juniors were admitted. In February we held a cake sale, the profits of which enlarged our treasury approximately sixty-dollars. The cheerleaders rowed to victory at Spencer, where they won first prize in the cheer¬ ing tournament. On May 2, 1952, we held our Junior Prom. Ann made a lovelv Queen, and Delores was her attractive attendant. Don¬ ald, Bettv, Ann and Beverlev were installed as officers of the National Honor Society for the Fairhaven Chapter, for their Senior year. May was also a memorable month, for the idea of the Courtesy Campaign then originated in a Junior English class. The band, orchestra and choral groups participated in the music festivals at Middleboro and The University of Massachusetts. Paul, Ronnie, and Ted Yanak went to Boys’ State, and Ann to Girls’ State. The usual observance of Junior Day was marked by the addition of a pageant. Thus, once more heading into port, we ended the third lap of our voyage. September 3, 1952: With mixed emotions, we hoisted sail, and headed toward the open sea. Our navigator, Mrs. Marie Noyer, and George, Paul, Ronnie, and Ann, our officers, continued to guide us. The Football Hop, sponsored by the Senior and Junior classes was a pleas¬ ant occasion for all. “Fitz” was co-captain of the football team, and retained his position on the All Bristol County Team, in spite of injuries sustained when he fell from the poop-deck, while doing exer¬ cises. To raise funds for our graduation expenses, we sold Christmas cards, and thanks to our crew’s peruasive ways, we made a large profit. Maud and Ronnie were added to the editorial staff of the Huttlestonian. The idea of a Courtesy Campaign became a reality, when the Public Speaking class organized a committee to start the campaign rolling. Accent on Courtesy Week, sponsored by our class, was held in early November, and proved to be a great success. In December, the senior play was cast with Leonard Ridley as the lead. The Student Council sponsored a mock town election, and John Lopes was elected selectman. For student government day in the State House, George was chosen our representative, and was later selected to be Speaker of the House. Ann was elected DAR represen¬ tative from our class. Breaking tradition, we decided to hold our prom at the Country Club, and to have our banquet at the New Bed¬ ford Hotel, on a different night. We are now within sight of Diploma Island, and as we realize that our eventful voyage is ending, soberly prepare to disembark from the Good Ship 1953. Maud Agnalt ’53 Nancy Barnicle 53 Beverley Bleaklev 53 Ann Chace ’53 Sandra Maxfield ’53 Bernice Valenti ’53 61 Dear Boss: Here’s our story — the greatest scoop of the year. Be sure to give us a by-line — (and a raise!) As the plane soars through the sky, we, Maud Agnalt, Nancy Barnicle, and Beverley Bleakley, the editors of “Chlorophyll Magazine”, discuss our newest assignment, which is bv far the most important news event of the vear. We are headed toward the Acushnet Rivieira, favorite resort of the international society set, where at present, the Fairhaven High School Class of ’53 is holding its extravagant reunion. The plane slowly descends to the runway of the spacious Turkey Grove Airport, and as we alight, a uniformed figure approaches us. It is none other than Dave Hirst, who as head chauffeur of the Sheraton- Astoria, is to drive us there in the limousine. Our journey is impeded bv the slow progress of a large red tractor which is blocking the highway. Finally, we pull ahead and careen to a stop before the canopied walk of a regal hotel. Looking over the bay, we see the Presidential Yacht which has brought chief executive, George Harrington, to the reunion, along with Anna Calassa, Svlvia Cummings, Barbara Holt, and Betty Pepin, members of the official cabinet. Entering the lobbv, we see Mary Lou Rego and Phyllis Machado, saleswomen of the “Cash and Carry Life Insurance Co.,” struggling toward the desk with their luggage. Finally, they are rescued by Matthew Winterbottom and Roger Trudeau, owners of the Atomic Age Model Agencv, who with two of their outstanding models, Joan Martin and Elizabeth Sylvia, have come to join the fes¬ tivities. Our attention is drawn across the room to the head of the U. S. Intelligence in Paris, (Folies Bergere Division) the renowned Jane Mar¬ shall. Finally, we are shown to our rooms where we find an invitation from Major-General Joseph Duarte, U. S. Marine Corps, to attend an afternoon tea. At lunch we meet Paul Fitzgerald, Bob Davidson, Ronny Hansen, Ed Chmiel, Roland Kearley, and Ted Horsely, who have recentlv returned from the Olympic Games, having won international honor. Seated at a nearby table are the charter members of the Diamond Club, Janice Eidred, Pat Barrows, Martha Jenney, Franny Macomber, and Shirley Musakka. After thanking the maitre d hotel, William Sherman, we stroll out onto the terrace. There we see Sandra Maxfield, the noted society columnist, reclining on a chaise longue. Nearby, Donald Le Blanc is discussing 62 “Dimension X,” his newest discovery, with Adolph Allerdt, the Hollywood idol. The famous Thespian, Leonard Ridley, having just completed a successful tour of Outer-Mongolia, is renewing his acquaintance with Paul Malcolm, star of the Metropolitan Opera. On the beach are seen many people of social prominence, including Eleanor Sherman, Beverly Tunstall, and Barbara Castelejo. Suddenly realizing that our feet ache, we go to our rooms and change shoes. It is 4 o’clock, and Major-General Duarte’s tea is in progress when we finally arrive. Our entrance is unnoticed, for Ed Chase is describing his latest excursion to the moon. In the circle of attentive listeners we see suspender manufacturer Robert Bernard, and Marty Bordwick, Jack Mullett, John Setzer, and Jimmy Sylvia, directors of the Bank of America. Guest of Honor, Ambassador John Lopes, is surrounded by Jackie Chap¬ man, Cynthia Black, Barbara Hargreaves and Marv Lou Landis, beautiful members of the famous Alden Lumbard Ballet Troupe. We suddenly notice Albert Comeau and William Crompton furtively sneaking from person to person, drumming up business for their bookie joint. Leaving the tea early, we then proceed to the Smorgasbord being presented by Delores Davidsen, Gunhild Helgessen, and Norma Risdal. Senator Claudia Russell gives a toast to the noted explorers, Dotty Bun- gert, Barbara Reeves, and Alma Johnson, who have just returned from a triumphant expedition over the Alps. The concert artists in our class graciously agree to entertain us. Everybody enjoys the music of Theresa Joaquin — pianist; Lois Pearson — violinist; Searl Root — saxaphonist; David Rogers - clarinetist, and Danny Rogers - drummer. Jackie Yates, prom¬ inent musical comedy star, sings several numbers from her recent hit show, and is accompanied by Pat McMullen at the organ. After the entertainment, we renew our acquaintance with Dr. Betty Svlvia, the world-known psychiatrist; and Nancy Perry, fashion editor of “Vogue.” We leave the Smorgasbord, accompanied by Dolores Lobo and Gene Sylvia, proprietors of the fashionable night spot, Club 53. Ted Yanak and Nat Weeks, millionaire stock brokers from Mattapoisett, drive us back to the hotel in their Stanlev Steamer. On the way, we see Sidney Warburton and Joe Goulart returning from a quail hunt. In the elevator, we greet Juliana De Pina, founder of the “Quick Change Nurserv School. " She informs us that Mildred Flynn, Marilyn Foster, and Joan Gallop have opened a new branch of their secretarial school in Freetown. After changing into our evening clothes, we head toward the landing, where a launch is waiting to take us to the Presidential Yacht. At the landing, Dorothy Gonsalves and Rosalyn Kruger, ace newspaper reporters, 63 approach us. We board the launch and are immediately welcomed by Joyce Senna, Theresa Louro, Alberta Souza, and Claire Le Blanc, stars of the weekly T. V. show “The Pretzel Hour.” Miss Bernice Valenti, manu- J facturer of “Pink Pills for Pale People”, and the rising artist, Delores Lima, are also there. Roberta Norris and Elaine Lewis tell about their newest book of poetry, which has startled the literary world. We draw up alongside the yacht, and are helped on board by Dicky Perry, owner of “The Little Dandy Cherry Bomb Co. He escorts us to the ball room, where we are greeted by our host. On the dance floor, we see Helen Joerger, Professor of Archaeology at East Overshoe University; Sally Kingston, UN elegate from Canada; and Barbara MacLennan, direct¬ or of the “Hearts and Flowers Matrimonial Agency.” In the receiving line are Ann Chace, of the Fourth National Bank; and Jane Leach, creator of that famous comic strip character, Little Jo-Jo. Miss Bernice Garcia, noted Physicist, is dancing with Raymond Richards, expert on bird calls. Across the room, we notice Chuck Wordell and George Holt, owners of a chain of Comfort Stations. The honourable Patricia Nowakoski, Supreme Court Justice, is talking with James Johnson, C. B. S. news commentator. Irene Duarte, who has just written a book entitled “Motorcycling Made Easy,” is seen chatting with Marion Monteiro, owners of the Plaid Cab Co. Prizefighter Sol Becker is seated at a nearby table with Alberta Perry, the lady wrestler. They are soon joined by Frances Morgan and Norman Benoit, proprietors of the “Wormy Rose Shoppe”. Marie Ehnes, and Carol Quirnbach, co-captains of the first American girls baseball team, with their manager, Earl Sylvia, are in a corner discussing — business(?) We leave the ballroom to walk along the deck, and there we find Marilyn Walsh, who is discussing her latest automobile design with Paul Souza, tractor designer, and Raymond Sylvia, perfume manufacturer. Peggy O ' Leary, the noted tax consultant, waves good-bye to us as we de¬ scend into the launch and return to shore. Thus, we have concluded our most important assignment, and are anxious to return to our quiet office. Yours till we quit, Maud Agnalt 53 Nancy Barnicle ’53 Beverley Bleakley 53 P.S. Please, boss, send more money! 64 The Good Ship 1953 March 12, 1953 Due to the fact that the articles heretofore written were reviewed by Admiral E. J. Dias, we are writing our last will and testament from the brig of the Good Ship 1953. Thus, with a glass of water beside us, and our allotment of stale bread stacked on the table before us, we adjust our shackles and chains, and proceed to draw up this final document. SECTION I To the subsequent classes who will vainly try to follow in our mag¬ nificent footsteps, we leave the following: Item I. To Cecil Foote, Paul Fitzgerald leaves his handbook, " How to Win Friends and Influence Women.” Item II. Claudia Russell leaves to Martha George one throat lozenge. (Need we explain why?) Item III. George Harrington bequeaths his political machine to “Biffy” MacLean. Item IV. John Lopes wills to John Hatch his good nature. Item V. Ann Chace bequeaths to Pete Barcellos a tuxedo for his Senior Prom. Item VI. To Janet Bruce, Saudi Maxfield leaves instructions for making argvles for New Bedford men. Item VII. Bob Davidson leaves for Plymouth! Item VIII. Marie Ehnes wills her “page-boy” to Anna Carlson. Item IX. To whom it may concern, — Anna Calassa leaves her roller skating skills. Item X. Joe Duarte leaves Fairhaven High School! Item XI. The Senior Class leaves to Fairhaven High School a set of ash trays to be distributed in the corridors. Item XII. To next year’s yearbook staff, the editors leave a slightly harried advisor. 65 SECTION II To the weary teachers who have patiently borne our trials and tribulations for the past four years, we leave the following: Item I. To Miss Hoyle, the Senior Play cast leaves a siren, “Old Glory,’ a tear-stained script, and our affection always. Item II. To Mr. Lawton, Maud Agnalt leaves Algebra I, Plane Geometry, Math. 10, and Math. 11. Also a ruler and compass which she forgot to return last June. Item IIP To the library, Nancy Barnicle leaves her autobiography entitled, “A Thousand and One Dates.” Item IV. Sylvia Cummings wills to Mrs. Kellick a whistle and a book of rules on girls’ basketball, to be used when assisting Miss Hayes in refereeing games. © © Item V. To Mr. Noves the girls of the Senior Class leave “l’amour tou- jours”. Item VI. We leave to Mr. Clement a thesis written by Betty Sylvia en¬ titled “An Eyewitness Report of the Revolution in Inner Mongolia” or “Outta Mongolia.” Item VII. To Mrs. Johnson we leave the lost chord, which the Senior Class has found on various occasions! Item VIII. We bequeath to Mrs. Bruce a dog-eared copy of the Univer¬ sity of Tibet bulletin. Item IX. To Mr. Dias, the editorial staff leaves Mr. Begley. Item X. The Senior Class leaves to Mrs. Noyer a cordial invitation to the Senior Prom. Item XI. To the entire faculty the Senior Class leaves our sincere ad¬ miration. Thus, on this the 12th day of March in the year of our Lord, 1953, we, the glorious class of 1953 do declare this our last will and testament, © and appoint Mr. Lawton as executor of the will. Having exhausted our supply of bread and water, we are now contem¬ plating mutiny! Signed: The Editors Maud Agnalt ’53 Nancy Barnicle ’53 Beverley Bleakley ’53 Ann Chace ’53 Sandra Maxfield ’53 Bernice Valenti ’53 66 i.iMini ■rirywni I 111 " 1 A day looked forward to by all Juniors with great anticipation is the time when they will finally attain the coveted position of Seniors. Junior Day unofficially marks this occasion. The Class of 1953 had its ceremony on June 13, 1952. Proudly, with heads held high, wearing our talisman roses, we marched down the aisle of the auditorium and took our seats in the chairs reserved for Seniors. The progr am opened with the presentation of the mantle which is entrusted in the care of every Senior class and signifies our high hopes and ideals. George Harrington, our class president, received the sacred mantle in noble stvle from Charles Hazard, the outgoing Senior class president. Following this, came the awarding of prizes. Ann Chace was honored by be¬ ing presented with the College Club prize, and Donald LeBlanc received the Harvard book prize. As 1952 marked the 100th class to graduate in Fair- haven, a centennial pageant, written and directed by Miss Mabel G. Hoyle, was presented. Representatives from all the classes took part in this moving presentation entitled “Three Tenses”. A speaking chorus heightened the drama of the pageant. The four scenes were as follows: an old- fashioned school room amusingly depicting the education system one hundred years ago; an interview telling of a proposed high school to be built by Henry Huttleston Rog¬ ers; the present school showing the variety of subjects offered; and finally a scene involved with the careers planned bv high school graduates. O This brought to a close the Junior Day pro¬ gram, an event long to be remembered and cher¬ ished by us, for with it we came a step nearer to our final goal on the path of life. Sandra Maxfield ’53 m 0 1 r m _ Plaij The Cast of “AMERICAN PASSPORT” Ed Hamilton . Leonard Ridley Louella. Beverley Bleakley Judy. Ann Chace Dick Donald LeBlanc Svbil Jennings . . .Nancv Barnicle Bertha Hamilton .Maud Asnalt Bill Wilson . Adolph Allerdt Aunt Jen Jane Marshall Mrs. Schwartz . . Anna Calassa Mr. Craig George Harrington O O nr " T I I i Sf. tin wmt . xy 1 a sHI ij j ifilj i ! m | jt i:. .4. 4: f . From January until the middle of March, the Senior Play Cast rehearsed daily. Time passed quickly; so many amusing things happened to us, that it did not seem at all like work. For ten weeks we converted ourselves into communists, capitalists, brats, and lovers. After much rehearsing, we became an abnormal Ameri¬ can family, who faced the problem of Communism versus Capitalism. By the end of the play, Mother, Judy, and Dick became good Americans, father again became master of his household, Sybil got her man, Aunt Jen kept her money, and Louella remained a question mark. The play was a success because of Miss Hoyle’s ability, wit, and friendship. We know that none of us will ever forget our experiences from the first eventful rehearsal to the curtain call. I’VE ' hweS 0120 % I received an engraved invitation requesting me to attend the Honor Society initiation at Fairhaven High School, on Wednesday morning, January 28, 1953. This is an annual ceremonv at which new members are inducted into the society. I arrived at the Huttleston Avenue Auditorium that morning and waited impatiently for the ceremony to begin. At last, the pianist struck a chord, and the Student Council filed into the room. Then the members of the Honor Society and the new candidates marched in in a solemn procession, which was led bv the officers, who were attired in black robes. The officers took their places on the stage, forming a shield, the four points of which symbolized the four qualifications necessary for entrance into the society — scholarship, leadership, character, and service. The ceremony proved to be a very impressive one as the candidates, while holding a flaming torch, promised to uphold the ideals of this organization. After the ceremony, I was introduced to the officers, who are: Donald LeBlanc, President; Betty Sylvia, Vice-President; Ann Chace, Secretary; and Beverley Bleakley, Treasurer. Other members are: Elizabeth Sylvia, Helen Joerger, Anna Calassa, Sandra Maxfield, and Alberta Souza, Seniors; and Patricia Carmichael, John Darling, Mary Frances McKnight, Nancy Pearson, Gail Smythe, and Marietta Vogt, Juniors. 74 Ann Chace ’53 tuclznt (loiuzciL During my journey through Fairhaven High School, I attended a meeting of the Student Council. This group of young people is a demo¬ cratic organization through which the students are able to assist in manag¬ ing school affairs in the same manner that mv officers advise me aboard ship. As I glanced around the room, I saw President Paul Fitzgerald con¬ ducting the meeting, while George Harrington, vice-president, sat nearby, ready to assist him. I hurried over to peek over the shoulder of Joan Lopes, secretary, who was busily taking notes. From my glimpse at her records, I learned that the Council not only had helped to promote good citizenship and school spirit but had also conducted several successful projects during the year, under the guidance of Mr. Earl J. Dias, the faculty adviser. These projects included a mock national election and a mock town election in which the students elected to office held positions in the town government for a dav. O Ann Chace ’58 75 While strolling through the corridors of Fairhaven High School, I chanced to see a group of ambitious-looking students hurrying up the stairs. I learned that they were about to attend a meeting of Allied outh. I decided to go right along with the crowd, and found myself sitting in Room 13. Cecil Foote, president of this organization, then called the meeting to order. I learned that the purpose of this group is to uncover the evils of alcohol and its effect on young people. After talking with some of the members, I realized that the hope of each, is to prevent harm caused by alcohol, bv learning to face this problem intelligently. I also had the privilege of meeting the other officers, who are: Geraldine Corcoran, vice-president; John Lopes, secretary; and Joan Lopes, treasurer. Ann Chace ’53 76 Mam times when returning from lengthy sea voyages, I have been met at the wharf by bands, but there was never a one that could match this Fairhaven School Band. Ill be blowed — they surely make a fine pic¬ ture as they parade across the football field. The band uniforms strike me as mighty neat, too. The colors remind me of the sea and the sky on one of those rare calm days when there s not a cloud in sight. I hear that the Band, nearly sixty strong, plays for all the football games, tournament basketball contests, and that it marches in various parades. The school must really be proud of this organization, with all of its spirit and color. Sandra Maxfield ’53 77 ( Q’ich.zit’ia A visit to orchestra rehearsal was included in my tour of Fairhaven High School. I enjoyed hearing this group because they play some songs which were popular in the days before I put out to sea. After the rehearsal, I stopped for a brief chat with Miss Elizabeth I. Hastings, director, and she told me that the group was rehearsing for its part in the Senior Plav program. The orchestra also provides entertain¬ ment at various assemblies during the school year, and, in the spring, the entire group participates in the Massachusetts and the New England Music Festivals. This schedule sounds very interesting. I wonder if there would be room in the orchestra for a retired sea captain who plays the sweet potato. Sandra Maxfield 53 78 First row, from left to right: M. J. Wilcox, K. Fitzgerald. F. McKnight, B. Pepin. Rear row: A. Jenkins. M. Wing. V. Kowal, C. Green. P. Montigny. D. Delecese, C. Cruickshank, M. Dyer, J. Kinney. Cbtj First row, from left to right: N. Pearson, M. Vogt. FI. Howland, J. Gatic. Rear row: D. LeBlanc, R. Herrick, M. Erhard. Mr. Lawton, D. McCarthy, R. Nichclscn. 79 ClIioxaL While passing through the corridors of Fairhaven High School, I chanced to hear melodious sounds from the auditorium — sweeter even than those of a bosun’s pipe. I sauntered in to find a group of students gaily singing a ship-shape arrangement of “Oh, Dear, What Can the Matter Be.” Mrs. Marguerite Johnson, who was conducting, told me that this group, which rehearses every Monday morning, was the Vocal Ensemble and was comprised onlv of Juniors and Seniors. Another group of upper¬ classmen, who meet on Friday, is the ensemble from whom she selects those capable of doing quartet work for special performances. These quartets rehearse every Monday evening at Mrs. Johnson’s home, and they have appeared at school assemblies, before the Ivy Circle of New Bedford, at the Golden Age Club, and for servicemen at Camp Edwards. The vocal groups have earned money during the year through a successful candy sale. The Vocal Ensemble and quartets were assisted in this project bv the other vocal groups — the Girls’ Glee Club, Bovs’ Glee Club, and the Freshman-Sophomore Chorus. Ann Chace ’53 80 niox Ck lOZLll oiiIjLe CJuartst First row: left to right: B. Valenti. M. Ehnes, J. Leach, D. Davidsen, B. Holt. S. Maxficld. J. Marshall. Second row: Mr. Noyes. E. Dreher. J. Gatie, B. Rogers, H. Joerger, S. Kuechler, A. Johnson. B. Hargreaves. F. Macomber. B. Castelejo. E. Loranger. First row: left to right: A. Souza. B. Reed, D. Lima. K. Fitzgerald. J. Johnson. Second row: M. Rego, E. Sylvia, B. Tunstall, F. McKnight. Mr. Noyes. J. Taylor, J. Johnson. N. Perry. 82 _% cm, Well, mates, here I am again. This time I want to inform you of the activities of a most ambitious and industrious group of boys. They are banded together in an organization called the Key Club, led by Paul Fitzgerald, president; Paul Malcolm, vice-president and secretary, and Ronald Hansen, treasurer. Under the leadership of these able officers and with the invaluable assistance of Mr. Robert Lawton of the faculty, the club sold Christmas wreaths and pencils so successfully that the group increased its scholarship award from twenty-five dollars to fiftv dollars. The club is sponsored by the New Bedford Kiwanis Club, and, from what I have observed with my seaman’s eye, they are a decided credit to Fairhaven High School. Ronald Hansen ’53 83 mm Please wv ilur » i Having received an invitation from Miss Hayes, faculty adviser of the G. A. A., I attended one of their meetings. As I opened the door of Room 8, a group of babbling, young women nearly floored me! I quietly crawled over into a corner and listened attentively to Sylvia Cummings, President of the large group, conduct the meeting. They eagerly discussed their plans for a cake sale which they were to sponsor in the near future. But what interested me most was their plans for the organization of soccer, vollyball, softball, and tennis teams. I could readily see that these girls meant business! When Miss Cummings adjourned the meeting, and the group had filed out, Miss Hayes told me that at the close of the year awards were to be given to the girls who had earned a specific number of points for athletic achievements, and that the Senior who had earned eighty points or more would also be given a special award. The officers of the G. A. A. are the following: Sylvia Cummings, Presi¬ dent; Anne Moore, Vice-President; Irene Knudsen, Secretary; and Louise Garcia, Treasurer. Jane Leach 53 rt.CNnj« DootUt After the dust had cleared, the blue-clad warriors of Fairhaven emerged with a not too impressive won 1 lost 7 record to show for their sweat and toil on the gridiron this past fall. Due to the loss of no less than seven lettermen, coupled also with the loss of other key men, many ardent F. H. S. routers were a bit pessimistic as to how Fairhaven was going to meet such a rugged schedule with anv degree of success. O O Ou J O Once again the season opened with Coyle, where a rugged, veteran- spiced team proved too tough an opponent for Fairhaven’s inexperienced eleven. The following week against Vocational saw time run out as Fairhaven’s final bid for victory fell short in a nip and tuck battle all the way. Defeats were suffered at the hands of Attleboro and Barnstable, with the latter just squeaking past the spirited and upset-minded Fair- havenites, who were led brilliantly by their versatile All Bristol County halfback. Defeat continued to be on the menu for Fairhaven as they were set back by powerful Howe High of Billerica followed bv the heart¬ breaking loss to our dear friends across the river. Despair didn’t continue, however, Fairhaven, once again led by MacLean, emerged victorious over Falmouth. Much to the dismay of all, the never say die Entinmen ended the season with an unforgettable, near upset over a powerful Taunton eleven. THE SCHEDULE Fairhaven 0 Co vie 40 Fairhaven 20 Howe 39 Fairhaven 6 Vocational 12 Fairhaven 0 New Bedford 6 Fairhaven 0 Attleboro 12 Fairhaven 19 Falmouth 0 Fairhaven 20 Barnstable 27 Fairhaven 21 Taunton 25 Paul Fitzgerald ’53 O J c 7 _ £ 2A2tl Bl . f B . ■V . S3 W 1 1 • M B it® % i ® 1 W B r II |j@ Jag ■ ” I - mm I -IB SB r H i . ' V ■ B 9 1 1 m H W • mm - - Wm . , h I i, ' - 1 m | ’ I - ' Mm f . " r ' j ■ I-- - H nr -v fcijJyL - J Fairhaven High’s novice tennis team enjoyed its second season of com¬ petition this year, under the able guidance of Coach George Cook. Al¬ though the record compiled by Coach Cook’s netmen wasn’t too impres¬ sive, the determination, hard work, and improvement that the inexper¬ ienced lads showed, was sufficient enough for Coach Cook to expect many auspicious seasons in the future. The Team: The Record: Won 2—Lost 7—Tied 1 Louis Xifaras (Co-capt.) William Walker (Co-capt.) Kenneth Niznik John Senna Earle Sherman Fairhaven 1 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 1 Fairhaven 4 Fairhaven 1 Fairhaven 0 Fairhaven 2 Fairhaven 3 Fairhaven 3 Fairhaven 2 St. George’s 5 Portsmouth Priory 5 Tabor 6 Prov. Country Day 2 Brockton 5 Brockton 6 St. George’s 1 Tabor 5 New Bedford 3 New Bedford 4 Paul Fitzgerald ’53 O 90 The Fairhaven High School baseball team, under the able guidance of Coach Alec Clement, managed to stay over the .500 mark this season, in posting a well-earned 6-won 5-lost record. Coach Clement had little to work with this season, but through perserverance and hard work by both himself and the team, he was able to lead this inexperienced F. H. S. nine to a winning season. This season was high lighted by well-earned victories over rivals New Bedford and Vocational at home. Two of Fairhaven’s losses, how¬ ever, were heartbreaking 1 run losses to New Bedford and Vocational in extra innings. The season’s record: F airhaven 3 Tabor J. V.’s 0 Fairhaven 10 Providence C. D. 2 Fairhaven 14 Dartmouth 17 Fairhaven 3 Falmouth 11 Fairhaven 5 New Bedford 4 Fairhaven 9 Vocational 8 Fairhaven 3 Portsmouth Priorv 2 Fairhaven 1 New Bedford 2 Fairhaven 5 Taunton 9 Fairhaven 12 Tabor J. V.’s 2 Fairhaven 8 Vocational 9 Paul Fitzgerald ’53 O 91 m MQi { ' i ife i 1 PE; If » I L 4 w Merit, well deserved! was earned by our team this year, as they compiled a surprising but brilliant 16 and 2 record, which included wins on our home court over New Bedford and Vocational and a double victory over Taunton — all class A teams. Mr. Entin. with onlv veterans “Biffv MacLean, Paul Dumas, and Bob Davidson to work with had to find replacements for the loss of Bob Honohan and Vern Gomes. This looked like a hard job at first, but through the efforts of Ted Horselv, Dale Stetson and freshman Paul Hirst, who were second stringers a year ago, the team functioned like a well oiled machine throughout the season. Fairhaven’s only losses of the season were against their across-the-river foes, New Bedford and Vocational. New Bedford managed to eke out a 57-45 victory over Fairhaven, on their own floor, in the last three minutes of play — while the speedy Artisans copped the like by a 63-51 count. The highlight of the season was Fairhaven’s tremendous 79-77 thriller over rival New Bedford, on the former’s floor. Fairhaven’s captain " Biffy” MacLean let go a three-quarter court desperation shot with one second to go, that swished through the hoop, to give Fairhaven an undisputed 79-77 victory over New Bedford. Equally notable, however, was Fairhaven’s avenging of a previous loss to Vocational, by thumping the Artisans 70-38. Paul Fitzgerald ’53 93 At one of the games this year in the Fairhaven High School gvm, I was not only amazed by the talent of the team, but was also aroused by the “blue lassies who worked so enthusiastically to maintain an outstanding school spirit. At the half, I chatted with one of the cheerleaders and found that the squad was composed of three Seniors and four Juniors. She told me that last year the same group, with the exception of one, entered the annual Cheerleaders’ Tournament in Spencer to compete with twenty-two other schools. Fairhaven received first place honors and was awarded a large trophy. The success of the group has not come without effort on their part, for they have held regular practice sessions under the leadership of the head cheerleader. The following are the members of the Fairhaven squad: Marie Ehnes, head cheerleader; Claudia Russell, fane Leach, Geraldine Corcoran, Bev- erly Reed, Joan Lopes, Audrev Carlos, and Anna Carlson, a very capable, substitute cheerleader. Jane Leach ’53 UBiailzztljciH Passing through the gym one day on my wav to take a look at the re-done auditorium, I was blinded by a mass of royal blue. What was this royal blue mass? — None other than the Fairhaven Girls’ Basketball team. Stopping to chat with coach Ann Hayes, I found that the squad is continuing its fifth season in the Narragansett League. The schedule was most demanding; however, the morale was high. In spite of the sched¬ ule, the team did remarkably well. This years most outstanding games were with New Bedford and New Bedford Vocational. Members of the first team are the following: Irene Knudsen, Captain; Sylvia Cummings, Joan Lopes, Beverly Reed, Marie Cyr, Rita Cvr, Francis Sherman, Jane Moore, Anne Moore, Joan Romeo, Vivian Bariteau, Sandra Hogarth and Loretta Amaral. Jane Leach ’53 95 Most Likeh to Succeed Donald LeBlanc Ann Chace Most Dependable Edward Chrniel Beverley Bleaklev Best Personality George Harrington Nancy Barnicle Best Sports Paul Fitzgerald Sylvia Cummings Friendliest John Lopes Nancy Barnicle Most Romantic Ronald Hansen Dolores Davidsen Noisiest -- Wittiest Claudia Russell Joseph Duarte Most Popular George Harrington Ann Chace Shyest George Holt Dorothy Bungert (J£d Most Studious Donald LeBlanc Bettv Sylvia J J Most Ambitious Paul Fitzgerald Elizabeth Pepin Quietest Alden Lumbard Helen Joerger courtesy bycim Felw cone on W iron tne , m tvvwin a vmJkrful hmt, Cause ewcn twi ll tr unfat, 1 ' rw o p»ftt i md ■ht » tUr 4 yau c, Courksg is unioufcil vcvU it s K cf, 4 hurefi .or btutr, 4 tntsini) is io | 1 In M sho fee lfc. » f 0ur li ?KT, nW dsut io tu4k mwnis. . -•• • - ■ ' d f-ccznt on With the innovation of ‘ ' Accent on Courtesy Week” at Fairhaven High School, sponsored by the mighty seniors, came an increased feeling of respect and kindness for others. On November eighth, as we passed through the many gaily decorated rooms and corridors, we were invited to attend a round-table discussion — the initial event of the week. Bulletin boards which had been prepared in each home-room, were unveiled on Wednesday, and a prize was presented to the winning room. On Thursday evening, which was Parents’ night, Seniors were on hand in each classroom to introduce parents to the mem¬ bers of the faculty. The final event of the week was a Courtesy assembly on Friday morning. Paper napkins with courtesy slogans printed on them were distributed to the students in the cafeteria at lunch time. Ann Chace ’53 Maher’s Paint and Hardware 125 SCONTICUT NECK ROAD Kitchen Ware Our Specialty L. Maher, Prop. Phone 4-4054 Compliments of MR and MRS. RUSSELL AVELLAR THIBAULT BAKING CO. Makers of Manhattan Doughnnts Tel. 2-3104 79 CLIFFORD ST. New Bedford, Mass. Best Wishes Robert Dube Barber Shop 35 ASHLEY BLVD. 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Telephone Matt. 91 121 1 r- { Compliments of Justley’s Service Station Michael E. Austin, Inc. Lubrication — Accessories — Tires Batteries FUNERAL SERVICE Corner Mill and Pleasant Sts. l New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF ' 53 REV. THOMAS LYONS, SS. CC. P ! OLYMPIA JEWELRY CO. Compliments of ‘THE HOUSE OF ELAINE’S BEAUTY NOOK j CHEERFUL CREDIT” Established 1921 r n ! LA FRANCE RELIABLE TAXI Registered Jeweler { American Gem Society 52 MAIN ST. 763 Purchase St. Faii-haven, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 3-1137 Dial 2-8297 •--- 4 122 -» Compliments of Magnant’s Happy Home j SADOW’S Furniture Co. 1173 ACUSHNET AYE. 1637 ACUSHNET AVE. j 1 New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. | Compliments of | FUR HOUSE OF SIDNEY JOHN’S STEEL SERVICE ! Fur Specialists Since 1914 Fur Repairing — Restyling — Storage 252 Union St., Opp. N. B. Theatre t New Bedford, Mass. ROUTE 6 j Mattapoisett, Mass. J Dial 2-7392 Compliments of ERNEST MARGESON | Plumbing and Heating Contractor I FRANK’S 1651 Acushnet Ave. t Mattapoisett, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. } Tel. 9-6941 Compliments of Compliments of ♦ Murray Shuster’s Market J. D. CHAMPEGNY j 968 Acushnet Ave. Largest Family Shoe Store in New Bedford | New Bedford, Mass. 1071 Acushnet Ave. North End | Tel. 3-0683 New Bedford, Mass. L 123 Compliments of ACE AUTO BODY 8 5 HILLMAN STREET New Bedford, Mass. Best Wishes Compliments of BOUCHER CLOTHING, Inc. MODERN MOTORS, INC. “Distinctive Automobiles for Store for Men and Boys Ladies Department Distinctive People” 1133-35 Purchase St. Annex — 35 Hillman St. 1209 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Ovila Boucher, Prop. Tel. 4-6916 THE GIFT WINDOW Tel. 4-7571 Dim an Venetian Blind Co. Specializing in Hand Painted Originals Louis Rego, Prop. Helen Morey, Prop. Combination Aluminum Windows and Doors Prospect Road Mattapoisett 927 Acushnet Ave. Tel. Matt. 185 New Bedford, Mass. t Compliments of ARLAN’S DEPARTMENT STORE Brook and Deane Streets New Bedford, Mass. I 125 4 ----- • • Compliments of • • Compliments of | OXFORD PHARMACY • F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. 348 Main St. • • • Fairhaven, Mass. 1145 ACUSHNET AVE. ! 1 Arsene G. Duval, Registered Pharmacist • New Bedford, Mass. » • • • A John’s Shoe Repair Shop • • • ♦ Compliments of t 331 Main St. f 1 Mattapoisett Highway Fairhaven, Mass. Surveyor 1 John Gonet, Prop. • MANUEL NUNES, JR. J ♦ i • I Compliments of SANTO ANTONIO ATHLETIC CLUB 5 MAITLAND STREET FAIRHAVEN, MASS | Compliments of | DOLMAR BAKERY FINEST PASTRIES 1021 ACUSHNET AVE. NEW BEDFORD, MASS. i--—-—- 126 Compliments of BENJAMIN’S MARKET Phil. Benjamin, Prop. Meats - Groceries - Fruits - Vegetables Provisions Candy — lee Cream — Tobacco Tel. 3-3878-5-7979 398 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. S. C. BARRETT AND SONS Blacksmiths and Welders Wheelwrights and Body Builders Dial 2-1561 138 Alden Road Compliments of RALPH C. DUNN HOLIDAY HOUSE INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE Mattapoisett, Mass. Mattapoisett, Mass. Compliments of GORDON’S SUPERETTE Choice Meats — Frozen Foods — V egetables Compliments of Fire Chief FRANK ROGERS Main St. Mattapoisett, Mass. r Compliments of HERMAN’S LUNCH 364 MAIN STREET FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Telephone 4-0381 Herman Marshall, Prop. 127 r- 1 HATHAWAY MACHINERY CO., INC. Hathaway-Braley Wharf Co., Inc. Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of COZY CAB AND BUS CO. 318 CENTRAL STREET FALL RIVER, MASS. Charter and Bus Service for All Occasions Tel. Fall River 3-2960 or New Bedford 4-5112 Myra’s Dressmaking Shoppe Compliments of Bayreuther’s Musical 51 Mill St. New Bedford, Mass. Instruments Custom Made Coats, Suits, Gowns 621 Cottage St. and Dresses Tel. 3-6755 Alterations of All Kinds i New Bedford, Mass. 128 Compliments of a. d. McMullen MOVERS and PACKERS 304 Kempton St. New Bedford, Mass. Rudler’s Package Store Grocery Store - Service Station - Garage 18-20 So. Main St. Acushnet, Mass. Compliments of American Beauty Shop 160 County St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 7-6930 Compliments of ANN’S PILOT HOUSE r Compliments of DR. JAMES B. MORRIS 355 County St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 4-6281 Compliments of W. J. CARTER CO. Surplus Store 55 William St. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 3-8221 The Harbor Restaurant Route 6 Marion, Mass. Finest Food on Cape Cod Marion 345 Two Places to Eat Here and Home TONY’S P. X. Church St. Mattapoisett, Mass. 129 r-•-» JC CADILLAC OLDSMOBILE EVERETT CORSON NEW BEDFORD H Y ANNIS --- 130 Best Wishes to the Class of ’5 3 WONDER MARKET 31 CENTER STREET Fairhaven, Mass. 1 ♦ DARWIN PRESS ♦ COMPLETE PRINTING SERVICE OFFSET LITHOGRAPHING j LETTERPRESS PRINTING j i PLASTIC BINDING J i Telephone 2-9351 or 4-1431 ♦ I J THE DARWIN PRESS | EARL W. DeWALT, Prop. J 69 School St. New Bedford, Mass. J Compliments of GREATER NEW BEDFORD ! MILK DEALERS’ ASSOCIATION ! i PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS, j “Barreled Sunlight Paint” Joseph Peters, Used Cars Harvey Gobell, Representative 89 SHAWMUT AVE. JOHN J. GOBELL CO. New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 2-2282 132 VENETIAN SHOPS Hosiery — Lingerie — Sportswear 1135 Acushnet Ave. 1045 So. Water St. New Bedford, Mass. ——--—--- 1 CENTRAL PHARMACY Armand R. Charpentier, Reg. Phar. Central and Acushnet Aves. New Bedford, Mass. POP SMITH’S Why not Buy Your Athletic Supplies at Pop Smith ' s? Fairhaven High Does 1875 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. BURR BROTHERS, BOATS BOATS FOR HIRE WINTER STORAGE REPAIRS NED ' S POINT MATTAPOISETT, MASS. Cherry Co. NEW BEDFORD ' S LARGEST FASHION SPECIALTY STORE l_ 133 1 Compliments of NOVICK JEWELERS 926 PURCHASE STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Opposite Bus Terminal PETERS MOTORS Morin’s Package Store HENRY PETERS, Prop. 53 MAIN ST. 990 Kempton St. Fairhaven, Mass. 1 New Bedford, Mass. j Tel. 2-9752 Tel. 2-8450 Ashley Paint Service, Inc. ALPERT’S of New Bedford 48 MAIN ST. DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE 1 Fairhaven, Mass. Purchase and Kempton Sts. Tel. 4-9052 - 4-4251 New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of Jeffrey’s Women’s Apparel j FORSON’S FURNITURE Shop 1484 ACUSHNET AYE. POPE’S ISLAND New Bedford Mass. Best Wishes to Class of ’53 134 - T EDMOND H. DESROSIERS, MUSIC STUDIOS Courses in Piano — Classical — Popular — Organ — Popular — Church Harmony — Theory — Solfeggio All Courses Approved by State Department of Education 558 PLEASANT STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Cushing Bldg. O O Telephone 2-5150 White Cottage Ice Cream, Inc. 293 COTTAGE ST. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of ART’S VARIETY Corner of Church and Pleasant Sts. Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of VEER SHIP SUPPLIES, INC. 77 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. HENRY’S MARKET Fine Meats and Groceries Special Attention Given to Telephone Orders 1521 ACUSHNET AVENUE NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 135 RAY’S ROOMS J 33 SO. SIXTPI STREET , NEW BEDFORD, MASS. ! } Courteous Attention j Telephone 2-9206 1 1 Hector H. and Flore Dumas, Proprietors Compliments of Bowling School Parties Accommodated » ! INEZ’S BEAUTY SALON B 0 W L M 0 R ! Mattapoisett Tel. 460 } • r ♦ Thomas M. Renahan • Compliments of FRIEND’S LUNCH Compliments of ! ROLAND’S DAIRY BAR ! 1 UNION ST. 1998 ACUSHNET AYE. } New Bedford, Mass. New Bedford, Mass. | Compliments of Compliments of j VENTURA’S VARIETY THE | SCONTICUT NECK ROAD BAYLIES COMPANY, INC. 1 1 Fairhaven, Mass. - a 136 FRIENDLY COMPLIMENTS B. Compliments of Northeast Marine Electronics 15 NO. WATER ST. New Bedford, Mass. ANN MARGARET STUDIO “Portraits That Live” 120 Main St. Tel. 9-6670 Rufus Rezendes, Photographer Compliments of STAR DRIVING SCHOOL Learn to Drive with Fnllv Dual-Controlled Car Raymond Rose, Prop. Dial 2-9161 For More Pleasure When Driving, TOPS CLEANERS Use ESSO Gasoline Free Pick Up and Delivery Service Sold At HI WAY SERVICE CENTER Huttleston Ave. Fairhaven, Mass. 266 Acushnet ve. New Bedford, Mass. Joe Moniz, Prop. » » i » t • i i i t » i 137 r THE HEIGHT OF GOODNESS GULF HILL Rich Ice Cream Country-Fresh Milk .4 Compliments of Modern Driving School Able and Courteous Instructor NICK ROSE Tel. 6-8746 SALLY’S BEAUTY SALON 1467 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Open Evenings Tel. 4-2264 Res. Tel. 3-2258 A Leader in Business Education Since 1923” 25 Morgan St. THE CAMPBELL SCHOOL Offers the 1953 Graduate College-grade Courses in Business Administration — Accountancy Secretarial — Civil Service Bookkeeping — Stenography Tel. 5-7024 MR. RALPH M. SOUZA OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Garden Tractors Corner Alden Road and Bridge Street O Power Lawn Mowers Telephone 3-5662 THE PURDY STUDIO 367 BOYLSTON STREET BOSTON 16, MASS. 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