Fairhaven High School - Huttlestonian Yearbook (Fairhaven, MA)

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BUSINESS STAFF Business Manager — Pauline Kolasz Advertising Manager — Carol Chase Assistants — Noreen Andersen, Jacqueline Brunette, Carol Doucette, Helen Mowat, Jeanine Morency, Richard Norris, Janice Surprenant Faculty Adviser — Mr. Earl J. Dias Art Supervisor — Mrs. Arthur Baker Cover design by William Field. Sriitraium The Senior Class respectfully dedicates the 1956 issue of the HUTTLESTONIAN to MR. ROBERT LAWTON in recognition of his qualities both as a teacher and a person. “And gladly would he learn and gladly teach.” 1 MRS. HOWLAND MRS. CROMIE MRS. BRUCE MR. BRADFORD PIERCE former faculty member We dedicate this page to our advisers in appreciation of the help they have given us throughout the past four years. iFnrrhmrfc As June approaches, the first chapter of a book, the life of every Senior, is coming to a close. Each of us faces graduation with mingled emotions of joy and sadness. High school has given us the basis for additional formal education, the incentive for self-education, an appreciation of the past, and hope for the future. Furthermore, our secondary schooling has equipped many to earn a living. In addition, education has increased our tolerance. It has also taught us to work, to accept failure, to try anew, and finally to achieve. As we conclude this chapter of a book that is still small in dimension, awaiting us is the infinite encyclopedia of the world. You will note in this 1956 edition of the HUTTLESTONIAN that quotations from Shakespeare form the theme of the book. His thoughts and comments on a multitude of subjects are immortal. He has given mankind laughter, philosophy, true observations, studies of personality, and ethical reassurance. As we peruse the yearbook today and in the future, we hope that the Class of 1956 will be able to relive school days, recollect happy-go-lucky experiences, and recall friends. In the words of Shakespeare, may the HUTTLESTONIAN “hold the mirror up to nature,” and may its reflections prove pleasurable and profitable. Now, as we venture forth to the future and the uncertain, our goal is to fulfill the ideals and aspirations which our God, our country, and our school have set for us. Katharine Mahoney, ’56 Editor-in-Chief 3ahlr of (Contents 7 have a young conception in my mind” Troilus and Cresida 1 Faculty and Administration 2 Classes 3 Features 4 Activities 5 Athletics 6 Sponsors ffrrfar? “The world’s a stage,” our guide, Will Shakespeare, said— And so, we might add, is our favorite school. Throughout these pages, gathered for your joy, Are all the scenes and acts of our four years. To crystallize each cherished moment, then, Has been our purpose; as you read and view Nostalgically, perhaps, in later days, May you recall the golden hours of youth — The learning, fun, and constant friendliness, The classroom scenes, the sports upon the field Or court — and may this little book become An ode to pleasing memories of the joy And wonder of our four Fairhaven years. 1 iFaritlitj mb Aft mints tr at ton “You shall be as a father to my youth; My voice shall sound as you do prompt my ear, And I will stoop and humble my intents To your well-practiced, wise directions.” 2 Henry IV ffriuripal CHESTER MILLER DOWNING, Ph.B., Ed.M. Brown University, Harvard University Principal FAIRHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL To the Class of 1956: In one of his soliloquies Hamlet asks: What’s Hecuba to him, or he to Hecuba That he should weep for her? Perhaps some may ask: “What’s Shakespeare to us, or we to Shakes¬ peare, that the Huttlestonian should be full of references to him?” When I think of the interesting Shakespeare classes I have visited in our school, however, I think this question unlikely. From the Eighth Graders reading A Midsummer Night’s Dream to the Seniors studying Hamlet there must be a realization that three hundred and fifty years ago a great English dramatist wrote with universal appeal. His genius was such that we still laugh at his comic characters; we see people around us who resemble people in his plays; and we find truths about the conduct of life that are safe guides for each generation. Moreover, what we discover in Shakespeare’s work, people of other tongues and nations find also. You have had an opportunity to read some of the greatest plays and to fix in your memory some of the most familiar passages. I sat down this evening to turn the pages of some of plays less often read in school and I found many lines I had underscored because they appealed to me. Let me mention a few. In the play that bears his name, King John says: How oft the sight of means to do ill deeds Makes ill deeds done! This is doubtless true. Can we work it in reverse and encourage good deeds by the people and the things we choose to have around us and the thoughts we allow our minds to dwell upon? People sometimes return and tell me they are handicapped because they did far less than their best while they were in school. I recall King Richard’s lament: I wasted time and now doth time waste me. I urge you to build your life, not hit or miss, but step by step ac¬ cording to a well considered plan. Note the words of Lord Bardolph: When we mean to build, We first survey the plot, then draw the model; And when we see the figure of the house, Then must we rate the cost of the construction. As you go out into life, keep your conscience clear. Remember the words of King Henry VI: Thrice is he arm’d that hath his quarrel fust, And he but naked, though locked up in steel, Whose conscience with injustice is corrupted. And now I close with a line from King Richard II that I found I had marked years ago: A while to work, and after, — holiday! Best wishes for your happiness and success. Chester M. Downing, Principal WALTER DAVID WOOD, A.B., M.A. Clark University Assistant Principal, Physics WILMA E. BAKER Vesper George School of Art, Hyannis State Teachers’ College, Boston University Art DORIS D. BRUCE, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, Boston University Director of Guidance, Dean of Girls RAYMOND G. BOYCE, B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston College Chemistry, Driver Training DIANA M. CABRAL, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Bookkeeping, Junior Business Training ALEXANDER M. CLEMENT, B.S.E., Ed.M. No. Adams State Teachers’ College, Williams Assistant Director of Boys’ Physical Education, History 7 GEORGE COOK, A.B., Ed.M. University of New Hampshire English, Tennis, Stamp Club Adviser EDITH R. CROMIE, B.S. University of Vermont, Columbia History LOUISE F. DENNIE, R.N. Truesdale Hospital Sc hool Nurse EARL J. DIAS, A.B., M.A. Bates, Boston University English Adviser to the HUTTLESTONIAN, the BLUE BANNER, the Junior Class EDITH G. DIAS, A.B. Brown University Latin, Adviser to the Sophomore Class GRACE L. DOWNING, B.S. Nasson College, Burdett College Stenography, Bookkeeping MELVIN ENTIN, B.S. University of Rhode Island Director of Boys’ Physical Education, Biology ELIZABETH I. HASTINGS, Ed.M. Boston University Supervisor of Instrumental Music MARGARET HOWLAND, A.B. Wheaton College English EUGENE GRACE, B.A. University of Massachusetts History ANNE FRANCES HAYES, B.S. in Ed. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Supervisor of Girls’ Physical Education MABEL G. HOYLE, A.B., A.M. Tufts College, Boston University Public Speaking, English, Dramatics Head of the English Department MARGUERITE JOHNSON VIVIAN M. KELLICK, A.B., M.A. New England Conservatory of Music Smith College, Boston University, Supervisor of Vocal Music Grenoble, the Sorbonne French, Adviser to the Freshman Class ROBERT C. LAWTON, B.M.E., Ed.M. Northwestern University, Boston University Head of the Mathematics Department EVELYN L. MARTIN Fairhaven High School, Kinyon’s Commercial School Secretary to the Principal EDITH G. MOORE, A.B. Wheaton College English, Future Teachers Adviser JEANETTE MULVEY Bridgewater State Teachers’ College Foods MARIE R. NOYER, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Office Practice, Head of the Commercial Studies Department PHILLIPS A. NOYES, A.B., Ed.M. Dartmouth College, Harvard University, University of Grenoble, Certificat d’Etudes French, Spanish, French and Spanish Club Adviser JAMES PARKINSON Sloyd Training School, Wentworth Institute Printing, Mechanical Drawing ELSIE N. PELTZ, B.S. in Ed., Ed.M. Bridgewater State Teachers’ College, Tufts University Science, Penmanship, Spelling AVIS M. PILLSBURY, Ph.B. Brown University, University of Illinois Librarian HAZEL B. RAYMOND Salem Normal School Geography, Drawing CUTHBERT W. TUNSTALL Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Boston University Shop, Dramatic Club Adviser RUTH S. ROBINSON, B.S. in Ed. Salem State Teachers’ College Typing BEATRICE SPENCE, B.S., M.A. Middlebury College, Columbia Home Economics, Sewing Club Adviser 1 EDWARD F. TRAINOR, B.S. Boston University History, English, Geography CHARLES G. SMITH, JR., A.B., B.F.A., M.M. Harvard University, University of New Mexico, New England Conservatory of Music Mathematics CECELIA M. URQUIOLA Antioch College English wwsa| Inis Police (CUlH ' U ' ti “What seest thou in our looks?’ Pericles )lLO% (2[an e 1 2£X 1 Left to right: — Katharine Mahoney, Vice President; Nathan Heuberger, President; Susan Leach, Treasurer; Pauline Kolasz, Secretary. onox tudsnti If). -• •- c fuj i E -fonon Lois Heuberger Nathan Heuberger Pauline Kolasz Katharine Mahoney Janice Snook Millicent Morgan onozi David Brenneke Carol French David Heap Beverly Mareiro Natalie Martin Jeanne Paiva John Rogers BERYL WALMSLEY ALBISTON —“Shorty” Business “Of spirit so still and quiet.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 9, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a good housewife and mother. Happiest when: With Manny. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “Oh yeah?” Pet Peeve: Tomatoes. Idol: “Calamity Jane.” Salient Characteristic: Long hair. Probable Fate: Hot dog stand. FAITH ALDEN— College “Faith is a fine invention.” Born: Braintree, Mass., September 29, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Physical Education Teacher. Happiest When: Swimming and Sailing. Favorite Expression: “Good Heavens!” Pet Peeve: Getting up on cold mornings. Idol: Annie Oakley. Salient Characteristic: Salt water and sunshine. Probable Fate: Channel swimmer. Activities: Home Room Secretary 2. Home Room Vice President 3. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 1, 3. Choristers 4. Soft- ball Team 1, 3, 4. Cheerleader 1. Traffic Squad 1, 3, 4. Jun¬ ior Prom Attendant 3. Minstrel Show 1. French Club 4. Class Day 1, Blue Banner Staff 3. Pep Squad 4. WALLACE JOSEPH ALDEN— “Wally” College-Civic “A kind heart he hath.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 22, 1938. From: Holy Family To: R. I. School of Pharmacy. Ambition: To race at Indian¬ apolis. Happiest When: Yanks win. Favorite Expression: “How about those Yankees.” Pet Peeve: Brooklyn Dodgers. Idol: Lou Gehrig. Probable Fate: Carrot top. Salient Char¬ acteristic: “Dem Bums.” Activities: J. V. Football and Basketball. Traffic Squad 2. Blue Banner Staff. NOREEN DIANA ANDERSEN— “Nor” Business “Above our life we love a steadfast friend.” Born: Brooklyn, New York, September 9, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony, Jr. School. To: Work. Ambition: To be successful. Happiest When: Sleeping. Favorite Expression: “My Heav¬ ens”. Pet Peeve: Washing dishes. Salient Characteristics: Constancy. Probable Fate: Rubber Plantation Queen. Activities: Student Council 1. Sr. Sewing Club 2. Home Room Secretary 3. Chorus 1, 2. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Guidance Office Assistant 4. Twenty THERESA HELEN ANDRADE— “Terry” Civic-Clerical “A generous action is its own reward.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 15, 1937. From: Charles S. Ashley School. To: Mass. Institute of Beauty Culture. Am¬ bition: Hairdresser. Happiest When: With a friend. Favorite Expression: “Be good, huh?” Pet Peeve: Milk. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Red shoes. Probable Fate: Andrade’s Milk Shampoo. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. ALFRED FERREIRA AUGUSTINE— “Augie” Business “Valiant as a lion.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 27, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Air Force. Ambition: General. Happiest When: With the boys. Favorite Expression: “I’m starved.” Pet Peeve: Anything that crawls. Idol: Anyone with money. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Water bucket. Probable Fate: Lone Eagle. Activities: Football Manager 1, 2, 3. Football 4. Basketball Man¬ ager 2, 4. Home Room Treasurer 3. Executive Board 4. ROBERT CONN BARBER College “A man of strength and courteous silence.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., July 10, 1937. From: Mattapoisett Cen¬ ter School. To: College. Ambition: To own a Jaguar. Hap¬ piest When: In the wilderness. Favorite Expression: “Such is life!” Pet Peeve: Rain. Idol: Rock Hudson. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Snazzy convertible. Probable Fate: Delivering gro¬ ceries in an Austin Healey. Activities: Basketball 1. Baseball 1. BRADLEY BARROWS “Though somewhat tardy, I perchance arrive.” Born: September 21, 1937. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Rhode Island Radio School. Ambition: Radio Technician. Happiest When: With Betty. Pet Peeve: 1939 playmates. Idol: Perry Como. Salient Characteristic: Punctual. Probable Fate: Clock collector. Activities: Dramatic Club. Choristers. Football 1. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Twenty-one ROBERT DOMINIC BENOIT— “Bob” Civic “Man of few words are the best of men.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 10, 1938. From: Edmund An¬ thony Jr. School. To: College or Air Force. Ambition: To become a sports writer. Happiest When: Playing baseball. Favorite Expression: “I don’t know.” Pet Peeve: English teachers. Idol: George Mikan. Salient Characteristic: Daddy Long Legs. Probable Fate: Bob Cousey. Activities: J. V. basketball 1. Varsity basketball 2, 3, 4. Base¬ ball 3, 4. Track 2. Blue Banner Staff 3. J. V. football 1. PATRICIA LOUISE BOYD— “Lonnie” Business “Life is not at all ivithout delight ” Born: Camphill, Alabama, December 1, 1938. From: Bourne Junior High. To: Cape Cod Hospital. Ambition: Nurse. Hap¬ piest When: With my boyfriend. Favorite Expression: “I’ll never tell!” Pet Peeve: Being called a rebel. Idol: Jane Wyman. Salient Characteristic: Earrings. Probable Fate: Jewelry Model. JEAN-ANN BRALEY— “Jeani” “Fair thoughts and happy hours attend on you.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 6, 1938. From: St. Francis Xavier, Acushnet. Ambition: To own a Jaguar. Happiest When: Among friends. Favorite Expression: “Oh Yeah!” Pet Peeve: Cigarette smoke. Idol: Babe Zaharias. Salient Characteristic: “That Ivory Look.” Probable Fate: Comptom¬ eter operator. Activities: Manual Training 2. Senior Sewing 4. MARIE LOUISE BRENNAN Business “You bear a gentle mind.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 10, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Work. Ambition: Seci ' etary. Happiest When: Dancing. Favorite Expression: “Why?” Pet Peeve: The old typewriter where I work. Idol: Grace Kelly. Salient Charac¬ teristic: Oh! So quiet! Probable Fate: Bond broker. Twenty-two DAVID CHARLES BRENNEKE— “Dave” College “He has wisely seen the world at home and abroad.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 11, 1938. From: Edmund An¬ thony, Junior. To: University of Massachusetts. Ambition: Engineer. Happiest When: Sleeping. Favorite Expression: “No matter!” Pet Peeve: Women Drivers. Probable Fate: Winner of the Indianapolis “500”. Salient Characteristic: Mischievous twinkle. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Treasurer 1. Executive Board 2. Chorus 1, 2. Choristers 4. Track 3, 4. Tennis 2, 3, 4. French Club 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. Instrumental Ensemble 3, 4. A. F. S. Summer Exchange Student. JUDITH ANNE BRITTAIN— “Judy” Business “Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 29, 1937. From: Rogers School. To: Work. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: It’s weekend. Favorite Expression: “That’s tricky”. Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Idol: Perry Como. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Reticent. Probable Fate: Conqueror of the Matter¬ horn. Activities: G. A. A., I. ANN ROBERTA BRUNETTE Civic “Her eyes bring out the laughter of her heart.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., August 12, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Telephone Company. Ambition: Telephone operator. Hap¬ piest When: With Bill. Favorite Expression: “I mean — a”. Pet Peeve: Taking the bus to school. Idol: Eleanor Pease. Salient Characteristic: Heels. Probable Fate: Crossed wires. Activities: Home Room Treasurer 1. Freshman Chorus. Manual Training 2. Sophomore Chorus. G. A. A. 1, 2. Girl’s Glee Club 1. French Club 4. JACQUELINE FRANCES BRUNETTE— “Jacky” Business “A sweet, attractive kind of grace.” Born: New Bedford, May 24, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Telephone Company. Ambition: To be a success. Hap¬ piest When: Sleeping. Favorite Expression: “Let’s went!” Pet Peeve: Alarm clock. Idol: Rip Van Winkle. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Sweetness. Probable Fate: Orator. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Home Room Vice President 1. Dance Committee 1. Student Council 2. Senior Sewing Club 2. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Girl’s Glee Club 1, 2. Blue Banner Staff 3, 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Pep Squad 4. Twenty-three Civic-Clerical JOAN BRYANT BUMPUS “A little quiet, but full of fun, and gifted along more ways than one.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 7, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Business School. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With the gang. Favorite Expression: “Am I Tired!” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Idol: Rock Hudson. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Pep. Probable Fate: Founder and President of the Friendship League. MANUEL JOSEPH CABRAL— “Manny” Business “He is as full of valour as of kindness.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., March 20, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Work. Ambition: To be a general of the Foreign Legion. Happiest When: With my buddies. Favorite Expression: “What’s for supper?” Pet Peeve: Kale Soup. Idol: Tarzan. Salient Characteristic: Athletic sweater. Probable Fate: Mayor of North Fairhaven. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Home Room President 1. VALENTINO BOB CABRAL— “Tino” Business “He’ll find a way.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., February 14, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: General in the Air Force. Happiest When: Smoking a Chesterfield. Favorite Expression: “Yeah!” Pet Peeve: A Flatfoot. Idol: Rin Tin Tin. Salient Characteristic: Grin. Probable Fate: Chief of Police. SANDRA MARY CAMPBELL— “Sandy” Civic-Business “Her quiet and unassuming manner brings forth her pleasant ways.” Born: Boston, Mass.. December 25, 1936. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To do my best in what ever I do. Happiest When: Dancing. Favorite Expression: “Good-bu-vue”. Pet Peeve: Practicing clarinet. Idol: Doris Day. Salient Characteristic: Good friend. Probable Fate: Mrs. Benny Goodman. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. G. A. A. 1, 2, 4. Tiventy-four ANN BLANCHE CASEY— “Annie” Civic Commercial “Of such a merry nimble spirit.” Born: Boston, Mass, February 5, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Marriage. Happiest When: Driving the car. Favorite Expression: “Get out the Car”. Pet Peeve: Mailman — When late. Salient Characteristic: Oldsmobile. Probable Fate: Confederate Driving School. Activities: Girls Glee Club 1, 2. Freshman Chorus 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. CAROL-ANN CHASE College “In mine eye, she is the sweetest lady that ever 1 looked on.” Born: Hanover, New Hampshire, March 26, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: College or Business School. Ambition: Laboratory technician or stewardess. Happiest When: Doing nothing. Pet Peeve: Obstinate people. Favorite Expression: “We’d best not”. Salient Characteristic: Hope chest. Probable Fate: Parachutist. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Home Room President 2. Student Coun¬ cil 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4. French 3. Cafeteria 1, 2, 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff, Advertising Manager. Senior Play Prompter. PETER JAY CLOSSON —“Pete” Civic “No man is happy who does not think himself so.” Born: Quincy, Mass., September 13, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To take over father’s business. Favorite Expression: “You know”. Pet Peeve: Teachers. Hap¬ piest When: Eating. Idol: Abraham Lincoln. Salient Charac- tistic: Dancing. Probable Fate: Square dance caller. Activities: Football 3, 4. J. V. Manager 1, 4. LAWRENCE ALEXANDER COLLINS— “Larry” College “We that live to please, must please to live”. Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 20, 1937. From: Holy Family. To: Undecided. Ambition: State Trooper. Happiest When: With the boys. Favorite Expression: “You think so?” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Idol: Burt Lancaster. Salient Characteristic: Olympia. Probable Fate: Popcorn pop¬ per. Activities: Football 1. Basketball 2. Key Club 2. Twenty-jive RAYMOND PATRICK COMEAU —“Ray” Business “He ceased; but still their trembling ears retained the deep vi¬ brations of his witching voice.” Born: Taunton, Mass., February 19, 1939. From: Sacred Hearts’. To: Radio announcing. Ambition: Disc jockey. Happiest When: Arguing with Bob and Sonny. Favorite Expression: “Thanks a bunch!” Pet Peeve: Hiking to Miss Hoyle’s class right after lunch. Idol: D. Perez Prado. Salient Character¬ istic: Voice. Probable Fate: “Ranch House.” Activities: Key Club 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Senior play. Dramatic Club 4. President 4. ELEANOR SYLVIA CORREA— “Syl” Civic-Clerical “Come, come, there’s mischief to be done.” Born: Brookline, Mass., August 23, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Business School. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Playing spoi ' ts. Favorite Expression: “You never know.” Pet Peeve: First period study. Idol: Esther Williams. Salient Characteristic: Good nature. Probable Fate: Doily embroiderer. Activities: G. A. A., 2, 3, 4. President G. A. A. 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Softball 1, 2, 4. Minstrel Show 1. Manual Training Club 2. Traffic Squad 1. Blue Banner Staff 3, 4. Future Teachers Club 4. JOHN CORREIA— “Bingo” Civic “I want free life, and I want fresh air.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., March 30, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a baseball player. Happiest When: Hunting. Favorite Expression: “You bet.” Pet Peeve: Some teachers. Idol: Billy Goodman. Salient Characteristic: Gabby. Probable Fate: Bush Leaguer. Activities: Band 1, 2. Football 2, 3, 4. Baseball 3, 4. Basketball 2, 3, 4. BERTHA MAE COSTA Business “Keep thy fri end under thy own life’s key.” Born: Mattapoisett, Mass., November 11, 1938. From: Matta¬ poisett Center School. To: Business School. Ambition: Private Secretary. Happiest When: On weekends. Favorite Expression: “Oh Gee!” Idol: Ann Southern. Salient Characteristic: Pa¬ tience. Pet Peeve: Baked beans. Probable Fate: Inn keeper. Activities: Homeroom vice-president 2. Manager of basketball 3. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Softball 1. Minstrel show 1. Manual Training Club 2. Glee Club 1. Twenty-six WILLIAM JAMES CUTTING Civic “So mild, so strong, so good.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 21, 1937. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. To: Work. Ambition: Driver at Indianapolis Speedway. Happiest When: In Green Hornet. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Lay a strip.” Pet Peeve: Fairhaven Police Depart¬ ment. Idol: Audie Murphy. Salient Characteristic: Handsome. Probable Fate: Traffic cop. THELMA ALICE DAHL— “Thely” College “In life’s small things he resolute and great.” Born: Brooklyn, New York, December 24, 1937. From: Oxford School. To: Art School or College. Ambition: Bat Girl for the Brooklyn Dodgers. Happiest When: Singing in the bathtub. Favorite Expression: “Oodle-too!” and “Honestly”. Pet Peeve: The “Shy” type. Idol: Cupid. Salient Characteristic: Cartoons. Probable Fate: Love Lorn Columnist. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Art Club 2, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Blue Banner Art Editor 3, 4. HUTTLES- TONIAN Art Staff 3. Girl’s State Alternate 3. Cheerleader 3, 4. Girls Glee Club 4. Dance Committee 4. EILEEN GERTRUDE DAYS Business “Pleasure and action make the hours seem short.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 1, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To get out of this world alive. Happiest When: With my pals. Favorite Expression: Censored. Pet Peeve: Helping Lorraine change Eva’s flat tires. Idol: Joan of Arc. Salient Characteristic: Navy. Probable Fate: Undertaker. EVELYN FAY DIPIRO— 1 ' ‘Peanuts” College “I laugh’d, and danc’d, and talk’d, and sung.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., July 3, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Nursing school. Ambition: To grow. Happiest When: Living, laughing, loving, and teasing. Favorite Expression: “I don’t got none.” Pet Peeve: Leaving Lou to a high school full of girls. Idol: Six-footers. Salient Characteristic: Petite. Probable Fate: Modeling clothes for the California Shop. Activities: Girls’ Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Blue Banner 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Manager Girls’ Basketball 2. Pep Squad Secretary 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Chorus 1, 2. Twenty-seven GLENNA ELIZABETH DOBSON— “Liz” College “Love is Sunshine.” B orn: New Bedford, Mass., July 29, 1938. From: Roger’s School. To: State Teachers’ College. Ambition: Teaching. Happiest When: It’s Saturday night. Favorite Expression: “All Righty?” Pet Peeve: Overcrowded locker sections. Salient Character¬ istic: Vivacity. Probable Fate: Kindergarten cuties. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Blue Banner Staff 3. Junior Prom Queen. Executive Board 4. Future Teachers’ Club 4. Senior play. CAROLE EILEEN DOUCETTE Business “Live while you live ” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 20, 1938. From: Holy Name School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Private secretary or dancer. Happiest When: With Tommy and dancing. Favorite Expression: “Isn’t Tommy cute?” Pet Peeve: My mother’s back-seat driving. Idol: Mitzi Gaynor. Salient Characteristic: Coquette. Probable Fate: Boss’ lap. Activities: Girls’ Glee Club 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. Cashier 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Senior Lieutenant 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Junior Prom Attendant 3. French Club 3. Guidance Director-Student Goverment Day 3. Pep Squad 4. Blue Banner Staff 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. BRADLEY STETSON DRAKE— “Stet” College “The fashion doth wear out more apparel than the man.” Born: New Bedford, December 11, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: New Bedford Textile. Ambition: Electrical engineer. Happiest When: Playing basketball. Favorite Expression: “Aw nuts!” Pet Peeve: Girls. Idol: Boy who doesn’t like girls. Salient Characteristic: Girls. Probable Fate: Confirmed bach¬ elor. Activities: Football 2. J. V. Football 1. J. V. Basketball 1. Basketball 2, 3, 4. Tennis 4. Baseball 4. Choristers 3, 4. GALE PATRICIA DUXBURY —“Ducky” College “As merry as the day is long.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 26, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Nursing School. Ambition: Children’s nurse. Happiest When: With people I like. Favorite Expression: “Oh my goodness!!” Pet Peeve: Duffy’s laugh. (It competes with mine.) Idol: My mother. Salient Characteristic: Quiet? Probable Fate: Child Psychologist. Activities: Chorus 1, 2. Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3. Choristers 4. Blue Banner Staff 4. G. A. A. 3, 4. Pep Squad 4. Library Assistant 3. Twenty-eight CHARLES CLIFFORD ENTWISTLE, JR.— “Charlie” College “Mixed reason with pleasure and wisdom with mirth.” Born: Milford, Mass., December 7, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: Technical or Industrial Li¬ brarian. Happiest When: At the library. Favorite Expression: “That’s fantastic!” Pet Peeve: Getting up on a cold morning. Idol: Jack London. Salient Characteristic: Trombone. Pro¬ bable Fate: Sharpie on a Mississippi showboat. Activities: Band 2, 3. 4. Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Key Club 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Secretary 4. Choristers 4. Advanced Ensemble 2. Library Assistant 3. Senior Play 4. CHARLES MARSHALL FARIA— “Charlie’ ' College “Rejoice, oh young man, in thy youth.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 14, 1938. From: St. Jos¬ eph’s School. To: N. B. Textile. Ambition: Engineer. Hap¬ piest When: With people I like! Favorite Expression: “What’s the matter?” Pet Peeve: Mr. Smith’s math class. Idol: Mr. Smith. Salient Characteristic: “Coin’ steady”. Probable Fate: Seminary. Activities: Blue Banner 3. Traffic Squad. 4. RAY ANTHONY FARIA Civic “Show boldness and aspiring confidence.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 3, 1936. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Baseball. Happiest When: Fishing. Favorite Expression: “Wait up for me.” Pet Peeve: Creamed potatoes. Idol: Frank Bartman. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Fist ball. Probable Fate: Red Sox Bull Pen. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM DEYOUNGH FIELD— “Bill” Civic “A merrier man within the limit of becoming mirth, I never spent an hour’s talk withal”. Born: New Bedfoi’d, Mas., July 4, 1937. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Hap¬ piest When: Weekend is here. Favorite Expression: “Ain’t mad are ya?” Pet Peeve: Horses. Idol: Norman Rockwell. Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Ipana smile. Probable Fate: Grandpa Moses. Activities: Student Council 1. Glee Club 1. Home room Treas¬ urer 2. Home Room Vice President 3. Choristers 3, 4. Traf¬ fic Squad 3, 4. Twenty-nine MARION BARNES FLETCHER Civic-Clerical “Sincerity and gayety in one friendly person.” Born: Stanford, Connecticut, January 24, 1939. From: New Bed¬ ford High School. To: Swain School. Ambition: Commercial artist. Happiest When: I have the family car. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “Sugar.” Pet Peeve: Driving through heavy traffic. Idol: Eddie Fisher. Salient Characteristic: Pony tail. Prob¬ able Fate: Atomic scientist. Activities: Allied Youth 3. ALFRED ALBERT FONTENEAU Civic “A noble aim, faithfully kept, is as a noble deed.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 28, 1938. From: Sacred Hearts’ School. To: Navy. Ambition: To become a chief petty officer. Happiest When: Swimming and sailing. Favorite Expression: “When do we eat?” Pet Peeve: Air Force and Marines. Salient Characteristic: Davy Jones. Probable Fate: Substitute for Neptune. CAROL ANNE FRENCH College “She is so free, so kind, so apt, so blessed a disposition.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 7, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Mass. General. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: Enjoying life. Favorite Expression: “I laughed like mad.” Pet Peeve: Suffering through the boxing matches on T. V. Salient Characteristic: Fun. Probable Fate: Snow White. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert Mistress 4. All-State Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2, 3, 4. String Trio 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Chorus 4. Blue Banner Staff 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Junior Prom Court 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Traffic Squad 4. Spanish Club 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Homeroom officer 1, 2. Executive Committee 1, 4. Dance Committee 1, 2. RICHARD JOHN GALVIN—“Dick” College “An affable and courteous gentleman.” Born: Medford, Mass., June 17, 1936. From: St. Agnes Junior High, Arlington, Mass. To: New Bedford Textile. Ambition: To become successful. Happiest When: I can sleep late in the morning. Favorite Expression:: “They are there, my boy!” Pet Peeve: To have three tests in one day. Idol: Bishop Ful¬ ton J. Sheen. Salient Characteristic: V-neck sweaters. Prob¬ able Fate: Kraft T. V. Theatre. Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4. Choristers 4. Double Quartet 4. Senior Play. Thirty MAUREEN ANN GIBBS— “Maur” Civic “Merrily, vierrily, I shall live on.” Born: Boston, Mass., September 18, 1938. From: Parting Ways School. To: Nursing School. Ambition: To help “Moose” raise little mooses. Happiest When: “Moosum’s” is home. Favorite Expression: “Gee, I don’t know.” Pet Peeve: My unreliable mailman. Idol: “A Moore, my favorite author.” Salient Characteristic: U. S. M. C. Probable Fate: Moose Auxiliary. DONALD CLIFTON GREEN— “Cliff” College “He was a gentleman on whom I built an absolute trust.” Born: Boston, Mass., August 23, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Undecided. Favorite Expression: “Let’s face it.” Pet Peeve: When all my tests are on the same day. Happiest When: Talking about hunting and hot rods. Idol: Someone who can spell. Salient Characteristic: Arsenal. Probable Fate: Green’s Spelling Dictionary. Activities: Student Council 1. Executive Committee 1. Basket¬ ball 2, 3. Key Club 4. French Club 3. Art Club 2. Traffic Squad 4. Choristers 4. Double Quartet 4. Blue Banner Staff 3, 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Art Staff 3, 4. HARRY HAALAND College “Sloio and steady wins the race.” Born: Brooklyn, New York, August 8, 1938. From: Edmond An¬ thony Jr. School. To: College. Ambition: Engineer. Hap¬ piest When: After school. Favorite Expression: “Howdy!” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Idol: Duke Snider. Salient Characteristic: Bashful. Probable Fate: Center on the Celtics. RONALD EDWARD HALL— “Ronnie” College “A lad of most becoming modesty.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 16, 1938. From: Parting Ways School. To: New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology. Ambition: To be a millionaire. Happiest When: Playing sports or fooling around. Favorite Expression: Easy, John. Pet Peeve: Homework. Idol: Joe DiMaggio. Salient Characteristic: D. A. Probable Fate: Vice President of Aero- vox. Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4. Thirty-one LORETTA LEA HALLE — ' ‘La La” Civic “Laughter and liveliness make life worth while.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 9, 1939. From: Oxford School. To: Work, then marriage. Ambition: Housewife and Mother. Happiest When: With “Al”. Favorite Expression: “You don’t say?” Pet Peeve: Homework!! Idol: Mrs. Howland, with her great philosophy of life. Salient Characteristic: Pony tail. Probable Fate: Fuller Brush girl. Activities: Glee Club 1. Chorus 1. Choral Music 2. JOHN MacFARLANE HASSETT— “Mud” College “For thy sake, tobacco, I would do anything but die.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 28, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: Automotive engineer. Hap¬ piest When: Tinkering with a car. Favorite Expression: “Wor¬ ry about Nothing.” Pet Peeve: School. Salient Characteristic: Chrysler. Probable Fate: Test driver for P’ord. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Freshman Chorus. Sophomore Chorus. Choristers 3, 4. Double Quartette 4. Traf¬ fic Squad 4. CHESTER ALAN HATHAWAY— “Chet” College “The great end of life is not knowledae, but action.” Born: Fall River, Mass., July 16, 1937. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Mechanical Engineer. Happiest When: At “The Monument”. Favorite Expression: “Cool it off, Tiger.” Pet Peeve: People who dislike others. Idol: “Waffels.” Sal¬ ient Characteristic: Key Club. Probable Fate: President of Kiwanis Club. Activities: Key Club 2, 3, 4. Lt. Governor 3. Governor 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Jr. Lt. 3. Captain 4. Student Council 1. Sen¬ ior Play. HARRIET CYNTHIA HAWES College “Bright gem, instinct with music, vocal spark.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 28, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: Nursing executive. Happiest When: “Tickling the ivories.” Favorite Expression: “Oh my gosh!” Pet Peeve: “Back-seat drivers.” Salient Characteristic: Quips. Probable Fate: Candelabra-lighter for Liberace. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Instrumental Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. String Trio 1, 2, 3, 4. Freshman Chorus. Sophomore Chorus. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Treasurer 3. Band Treasurer 4. President 4. Double Quartette 2, 3, 4. All-State Concert Festival 3, 4. Class Secretary 1. Ex¬ ecutive Committee 2, 3, 4. Home Room Vice President 2. Home Room Treasurer 3. Junior Prom Committee. Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 3. Spanish Club 3, 4. Blue Banner Staff 3. Thirty-two JANICE NEVA HAWKES —“Jan” “Come there is work to do, joy to seek .” Born: Malden, Mass., January 28, 1938. From: Weymouth High School. To: Baldwin-Wallace College. Ambition: Health and Physical Education teacher. Happiest When: Doing the things I like best with the people I like best. Favorite Expression: “Oy givalt.” Salient Characteristic: Sports. Probable Fate: Swimming pool proprietor. Activities: Girl’s Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Field Hockey 1. Soccer 1. Badminton 1. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Od- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4. BEVERLY MARIE HEALD College “This is very midsummer madness.” Born: Hyannis, Mass., February 5, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: To help and teach the mentally ill. Happiest When: Writing letters (huh Cal?). Favorite Expression: “Read my composition for me, will ya’, Katharine?” Pet Peeve: Not getting enough sleep. Idol: Perry Como. Sa lient Characteristic: Ski jump. Probable Fate: Secretary of Education and Health. Activities: Orchestra 1. Glee Club 1. Minstrel Show 1. Class Day 1. Office Practice 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. G. A. A. 2. Traffic squad 1, 3, 4. Blue Banner Staff 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Driver Education 4. Future Teachers’ Club 4. French Club 4. F. H. S. Choristers 4. Pep Squad 4. DAVID WILLIAM HEAP College “That a man may smile and smile and he a villain.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., August 27, 1938. From: Parting Ways School. To: Worcester (?). Ambition: Engineer. Happiest When: At 128 Summer Street, New Bedford. Favorite Ex¬ pression: “For Pete’s sake!” Pet Peeve: Perpetually empty gas tank. Idol: Barney Oldfield. Salient Characteristic: DeMolay. Probable Fate: Joke book editor. Activities: Home-room Treasurer 1. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Key Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Senior Play. Blue Banner 3. Boys’ State 3. CAROL MAY HEBERT College “Good angels guard thee.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., January 1, 1939. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: To own a large ranch and raise Arab¬ ian horses. Happiest When: Playing the piano, riding horses, or swimming. Favorite Expression: “Gads!” Pet Peeve: Doing dishes. Idol: Jane Wyman. Salient Characteristic: Piano. Probable Fate: Mrs. Roy Rogers. Activities: Orchestra 1, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Blue Banner 3, 4. Choral Music 1. Thirty-three WILLIAM RUSSELL HEGARTY —“Bill” Civic “I took to my heels as fast as I could.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 13, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Coast Guard. Ambition: To succeed. Happiest When: “When the Yankees win.” Favorite Expres¬ sion: “What’s that for?” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morn¬ ing. Idol: Casey Stengal. Salient Characteristic: Penny pinch¬ ing. Probable Fate: Curator of the whaling museum. LOIS KNIGHT HEUBERGER— “Lo” College “Love is the perfectest hearld of Joy.” Born: March 1, 1938. From: Mattapoisettt Center School. To: My home. Ambition: To have a good Christian family. Hap¬ piest When: Making money. Favorite Expression: “Jeepers!” Pet Peeve: Wasting time. Idol: Scrooge Me Duck. Salient Characteristic: Wedding bells. Probable Fate: Mother. Activities: Orchestra 1. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Traffic Squad 1. Cap¬ tain 4. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Class play 1. Blue Banner 3. Slide Rule Class 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Editori¬ al Staff 4. NATHAN ALBERT HEUBERGER College “You have deserved high commendation, true applause, and love.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., Januai ' y 14, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Naval officer. Hap¬ piest When: Getting A’s. Favorite Expression: “Ain’t.” Pet Peeve: Spending money. Idol: Ebenezer Scrooge. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Wit. Probable Fate: Six Star General. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 1. Track 3, 4. Basketball 1. Orchestra 1. Glee Club 1. Choristers 4. Traffic Squad 4. Honor Society 3, 4. President 4. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Home Room President 2. Class Secretary 2. Class President 1, 3, 4. Key Club 3, 4. Corresponding Secretary 4. Student Council, Vice-President 3; President 4. Minstrel Show 1. Blue Banner 3. Harvard Club Book Award 3. Junior Day Com¬ mittee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3. College “My appetite comes while eating.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 24, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Eat¬ ing. Favorite Expression: “Any food?” Pet Peeve: An empty refrigerator. Salient Characteristic: Tease. Probable Fate: Plaster cast. Activities: Class President 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Football 1, 2. Key Club 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Dance Committee 1, 2. PAUL HIRST Thirty-jour ELIZABETH ANN HOLT— “Betty” Business “A companion that is cheerful is xoorth gold.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., January 9, 1939. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To graduate. Happiest When: “I’m happy! Especially cuttin’ a mean jitterbug.” Fav¬ orite Expression: “Make me something to eat.” Pet Peeve: My 50-50 vision. Idol: Doris Day. Salient Characteristic: Basket¬ ball. Probable Fate: Ph.D. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. Girls Glee Club 1. G. A. A. 1, 2. Secretary of Home Room 1. Soccer 1. Basket¬ ball 1, 2. Treasurer-Manual Training Club II, 2. Senior Sew¬ ing Club II, 4. SYLVIA ANN HOWLAND— “Syl” Clerical “No matter what others may he She is always hersel f.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 21, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Campbells. Ambition: Private Secretary. Hap¬ piest When: With the girls. Favorite Expression: “Oh sugar.” Pet Peeve: Dishes. Idol: “Frankie.” Salient Characteristic: Unobtrusive. Probable Fate: Lady lion hunter. MANUEL JOSEPH JOAQUIN, JR. Civic Clerical “Why take life seriously? You’ll never get out of it alive.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., October 22, 1937. From: Oxford School. To: Marines. Ambition: Millionaire. Happiest When: Sleep¬ ing. Favorite Expression: “Go man go.” Pet Peeve: Being call¬ ed Mello. Idol: Ray Anthony. Salient Characteristic: Impish¬ ness. Probable Fate: Maharajah. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced En¬ semble 4. Art Club 11. Traffic Squad 4. ASTRID ELLEN JOHNSEN Business “A maid of grace and complete majesty.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 21, 1938. From: Edmund An¬ thony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Hap¬ piest When: Dancing, swimming, and doing hobbies. Favorite Expression: “Hi.” Pet Peeve: Doing dishes, false personal¬ ities. Idol: Grace Kelly. Salient Characteristic: Hair! Prob¬ able Fate: Circulation Manager of the Standard Times. Thirty-five HAROLD LAWRENCE JOHNSON Business “He lived, at ease.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., November 25, 1938. From: Tripp School. To: Air Force. Ambition: To get a job. Happiest When: With Rudy. Favorite Expression: ‘Wait a minute!” Pet Peeve: Can ' t be said in words. Idol: Marilyn Monroe. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Sparkling eyes. Probable Fate: Supermouse. CARL LEONARD JUNIER Civic “The eyes have a language everywhere.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 6, 1936. From: Center School. To: Navy. Ambition: Naval officer. Happiest When: With the guys. Favorite Expression: “Good enough.” Pet Peeve: Girls that talk too much. Idol: Ted Williams. Salient Characteristic: Dreaming. Probable Fate: Deck swabber. Activities: Basketball 1. Baseball 1, 3, 4. Football 2, 3, 4. Glee Club 1. Student Council 1. President 1. Minstrel Show 1. Traffic Squad 1, 3, 4. PAULINE FELICIA KOLASZ Business “The only way to have a friend is to be one.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 14, 1938. From: Roosevelt Jr. High School. To: Business world. Ambition: Secretary ' . Happiest When: “With the gang!” Favorite Expression: That’s life! Pet Peeve: Stick-in-the-muds. Idol: Joan of Arc. Salient Characteristic: Efficiency. Probable Fate: Bank president. Activities: G. A. A. 2, 3. Class Secretary 3, 4. Junior Prom Committee. Junior Prom Attendant. Honor Society 3, 4. Business Manager of Blue Banner 3. Business Manager of HUTTLESTONIAN. Student Council 4. Traffic Squad 4. EDWARD JOHN KROI -“Eddie” Business “He is as full of valour as of kindness.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 15, 1937. From: Oxford School. To United States Air Force. Ambition: Mechanic. Happiest When: Not doing homework. Favorite Expression: “Is that right?” Pet Peeve: Getting up on school days. Idol: Ted Williams. Salient Characteristic: 0. L. P. H. Probable Fate: Jet monkey. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Thirty-six SUSAN AMY LEACH— “Sue” College “In thy face I see the map of honor, truth, and loyalty”. Born: New Bedford. Mass., August 18. 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: University of Mass. Ambition: To be a success. Happiest When: Succeeding. Salient Characteristic: Spirit. Probable Fate: Lady Bountiful. Activities: Class Vice-President 1, 2. Class Treasurer 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2. 3, 4. G. A. A. 1, 2. 4. Girls’ Basketball 1, 2. Cheerleader 2. 3, 4. Captain 4. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Dou ble Quartette 4. Choristers 3, 4. All State Chorus 4. French Club 3. Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Junior Day Committee 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Blue Banner 3. RICHARD PHILIP LOMBA ‘Be patient for the world is broad and wide.” Born: Cohasset, Mass., January 18. 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a man. Happiest When: Playing records (Rock ’n’ Roll) in North Fairhaven. Favorite Expression: ‘You can ' t fight city hall!” Pet Peeve: Not being able to remember Joe Cox’s jokes. Salient Characteristic: Beard. Probable Fate: Comedian. Activities: J. V. Football 1. Basketball 2. Baseball 2. Tennis 2. Track 3. Football 3. 4. ROBERT ANTHONY MACHADO— “Bob” College ‘Think not I am what I appear Born: Acushnet, Mass., October 15. 1938. From: Parting Ways School. To: Textile. Ambition: L T ndecided. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “No, my boy!” Idol: Ted Williams. Salient Character¬ istic: Foul shots. Probable Fate: Boys’ Club Director. CHESTER RICHARD MACKAY— “Chet” College “Comb down his hair; look! look! It stands upright!” Born: Oak Bluffs. Mass.. August 22. 1938. From: Oxford School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: Contractor. Happiest When: Driv¬ ing. Favorite Expression: " You better believe it. " Pet Peeve: Homewoi’k. Idol: " Rocky” Marciano. Salient Characteristic: “Nay” Probable Fate: Stevedore. Activities: Football 2. Baseball 1. Executive Committee 4. College Thirty-seven PATRICIA MARILYN MacMAHON —“Pat” College “1 choose to chat where’er I come.” Born: Norwood, Mass., October 20, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: College. Ambition: To write postcards from Europe. Happiest When: Happy. Favorite Expression: “Oh, prunes!” Pet Peeve: Anything that costs money. Salient Characteristic: Yarns. Probable Fate: African Missionary. Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Girls’ Glee Club 3, 4. Choristers 4. Art Club 3, 4. Secretary-Treasurer of Art Club 3. Traffic Squad 4. Pep Squad 4. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Blue Banner 4. Future Teachers 4. KATHARINE EVANS MAHONEY— “Kathy” College ‘ ' Born for success she seemed, With grace to win, with heart to hold, With shining gifts that took all eyes.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 16, 1938. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: Manhattanville College. Ambition: To help people. Happiest When: Busy. Favorite Expression: “Oh! My goodness!” Pet Peeve: Calories. Salient Character¬ istic: Oh that blush. Probable Fate: Ad for Cashmere Bouquet. Activities: Executive Committee 2. Vice President of Class 1, 3, 4. Homeroom Secretary 2. Homeroom vice president 3. Student Council 4. Vice President 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Vice President 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Editor-in-Chief 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Junior Lieutenant 3. Captain 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Junior Prom Attend- and 3. Junior Day Committee 3. College Club Book Award 3. French Club 3, 4. Cheerleader 3, 4. Softball 1. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 2. Sophomore Chorus 2. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Blue Banner 3. D. A. R. Award 4. A. F. S. Summer Exchange Student. BEVERLY ANN MAREIRO— “Bev” College and Business ‘‘Her voice was ever soft, gentle, and low: An excellent thing in woman.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 18, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Telephone operator. Happiest When: Driving and eating. Favorite Expression: “I don’t know.” Pet Peeve: Cereals. Idol: Perry Como. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Drawl. Probable Fate: Soapbox orator. Activities: Cafete ria 1, 2. HAZEL GALE MARTIN— “Hazie” College “There’s little of the melancholy element in her.” Born: Wakefield, Rhode Island, September 24, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To save $2,000. Happiest When: Anywhere with Charlie. Favorite Expression: “Hey, Mary Ann!” Pet Peeve: Striped blouses with plaid skirts. Idol: “Shoo-Shoo”. Salient Characteristic: Horn-rimmed glasses. Probable Fate: Philanthropist. Thirtij-eight NATALIE MARIE MARTIN— “Nat” Business “Thy smiles become thee well.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., June 30, 1938. From: Sacred Hearts Academy. To: Fisher Junior College. Ambition: Legal Sec¬ retary. Happiest When: Listening to Dave Sweet’s 12:30 Club. Favorite Expression: “Oh, well, you can ' t have everything.” Pet Peeve: Baked Beans. Idol: My dad. Salient Character¬ istic: Convivial. Probable Fate: Judge Parker’s Secretary. Activities: Freshmen Chorus 1. Sophomore 2. WkM it J ROBERT EDWARD MASON— “Bob” College “He shall have a noble memory.” Born: Dartmouth, Mass., August 16, 1931. From: New Bedford High School. To: College. Ambition: Pharmacist. Happiest When: Eating. Favorite Expression: “Well! Well!” Pet Peeve: Hats. Idol: Almighty Dollar. Salient Characteristic: Pink Shirt. Probable Fate: Cadillac salesman. TERESA ANN McCORMACK College “To be merry best becomes you.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., January 1, 1939. From: Holy Family Grammar School. To: St. Anne’s Hospital, Fall River, Mass. Ambition: Nurse. Happiest When: At night when I see a certain young man. Pet Peeve: People who talk too fast or beat around the bush. Salient Characteristic: Public Market. Probable Fate: Motorcycle patrolwoman. Activities: Girls’ Glee Club, 1, 2, 3. Advanced Ensemble 2, 3. Vocal Ensemble 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3. Band 1, 2, 3. Spanish Club 3, 4. RITA AGNES MELLO— “Rit” Business “A smile in her eyes.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 18, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Out with the gang. Favorite Expression: “Is that right?” Pet Peeve: Dieting. Idol: John Ericson. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Acushnet. Probable Fate: Calorie Counter. Activities: Traffic Squad 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1. Freshman Sophomore Chorus. Thirty-nine ROSALIE ANN MELLO—‘ ‘Rosie” Business “A peace above all other dignities.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., April 10, 1938. From: Center School. To: Business. Ambition: To be happy. Happiest When: Hav¬ ing fun. Favorite Expression: “Let’s eat.” Pet Peeve: Mush¬ rooms. Idol: June Allyson. Salient Characteristic: Soft spoken. Probable Fate: Gourmet. Activities: Band 2, 3. Orchestra 2, 3. JEANINE E. MORENCY Business “For a light heart lives long.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 20, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Byrant College. Ambition: Medical Secretary. Favorite Expression: “Well!! For Pete’s sake!!” Pet Peeve: Serving a double fault in tennis. Happiest When: Playing tennis and modeling. Idol: Gale Storm. Salient Character¬ istic: Baton. Probable Fate: Bareback rider in Barnum and Bailey’s. Activities: Student Council 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. Dance Committee 1, 2. French Club 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Majorette 3. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Chairman F. H. S. Band Dance 4. Traffic Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. Head Drum Majorette 4. HUTTLES- TONIAN Business Staff 4. Blue Banner Staff 3, 4. Dramatics Club 4. Senior Play. MILLICENT LAURA MORGAN College “Soft peace she brings, wherever she arrives.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., October 30, 1938. From: Center School. To: College. Ambition: To become a teacher. Pet Peeve: Hunters. Salient Characteristic: Congenial. Probable Fate: Old Mrs. MacDonald. Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 3, 4. Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers’ Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 4. Librarian 3. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Secretary 4. Blue Banner Staff 3. Minstrel Show 1. Sophomore Chorus. JESSE JOSEPH MOTTAS —“Joe” Business “Let each man do his best.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 9, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: School. Ambition: Navy officer. Happiest When: With the boys. Favorite Expression: “What you mean?” Pet Peeve: Fish. Idol: Bob Cousy. Salient Characteristic: Cheerful. Prob¬ able Fate: Mess Sergeant. Activities: Baseball 3, 4. Basketball 3. Track 2, 3. Football Manager 2, 3. Home Room Officer 1, 3. Forty HELEN DUFF MOWAT— “Duffy” College “A good heart’s worth gold.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 5, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Lasell Junior College. Ambition: Private Secre¬ tary. Happiest When: Bowling or dancing. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “How’s about that?” Pet Peeve: Getting a low score in bowling. Salient Characteristic: Amiable. Probable Fate: Cupcake icer. Activities: Home room secretary 1. Executive Committee 1. Home room treasurer 2. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 4. French Club 3. Library Assistant 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Busi¬ ness Staff 4. Blue Banner Staff 4. Allied Youth 1. Pep Squad 4. RICHARD JOSEPH NORRIS Business “A quiet man, a true friend.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., December 7, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Marines. Ambition: Certified Public Accountant. Happiest When: With the boys. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “Well, I’ll tell you.” Pet Peeve: Walking home from school. Idol: Marlon Brando. Salient Characteristic: Grin. Probable Fate: Truck driver. Activities: Marching Band 4. Orchestra 4. Concert Band 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Art Club 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Business Staff 4. Blue Banner 3. JAMES MICHAEL O’LEARY— “Jimmy” College “Let the world slide, let the world go.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 3, 1937. From: St. Joseph School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be rich. Happiest When: Not broke. Pet Peeve: Being broke. Idol: John D. Rockefeller. Salient Characteristic: Photogenic. Probable Fate: Philan¬ thropist. Activities: Basketball Manager 2. FRANCIS JOSEPH PACHECO— “Chico” Civic “And found him very merry, playing cards.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 14, 1937. From: Oxford School. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: To be successful. Happiest When: With Vivian. Salient Characteristic: Trumpet. Prob¬ able Fate: Las Vegas dealer. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Football 3. Chorus 1. Art Club 3. Orchestra 1. Forty-one JEANNE MARIE PAIVA —“Jeannie” College “Look in thy heart and write.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 24, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Success and happiness. Happiest When: On stage. Favorite Expression: “Don’t be such a prude!” Pet Peeve: “Oh! Look at Jeannie’s dimples!” Idol: Katharine Cornell. Salient Characteristic: Eye lashes. Probable Fate: Helen Hayes. Activities: Glee Club 1. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Choristers 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Freshmen Minstrel Show. Blue Banner Staff 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Editorial Staff 3, 4 Asso¬ ciate Editor 4. Fi’ench Club 3, 4. Spanish Club 4. Girls’ State Representative 3. Home Room Treasurer 3. Honor Society 3, 4. F. H. S. Pep Squad 4. Junior Prom Committee 3. Softball 1, 4. Glee Club Operetta 1. Class Day 1. Senior Play. Dra¬ matic Club 4. Publicity Chairman 4. RICHARD JOHN PERRY— “Dick” Civic “A gentleman makes no noise.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 2, 1938. From Mattapoisett Center School. To: Air Force. Ambition: Ball Player. Favor¬ ite Expression: “What do you mean?” Pet Peeve: Girls. Hap¬ piest When: Bowling. Idol: Bill Skowron. Salient Character¬ istic: Taciturn. Probable Fate: General Manager of the Yanks. Activities: Baseball 1, 3, 4. Basketball 1. Glee Club 1. SHEILA THERESA PERRY Business “I have heard of the lady, and good words went with her name.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 17, 1937. From: Oxford School. To: Our Lady of Victory Infant Home. Ambition: Child care technician. Happiest When: Having fun with friends. Favor¬ ite Expression: “Oh Brother Joe.” Pet Peeve: Being called “Sheila the Peeler”. Idol: Mrs. Frank Ponte. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Modesty. Probable Fate: Hula dancer. Activities: Senior Sewing Club 2. MARGRIT PIERRARD— “Gick” College “Of a cheerful look, a pleasing eye, and a most noble carriage.” Born: Dudelange, Luxembourg, January 5, 1938. From Lycee Des Jeunes Filles in Esch s Alzette. To: Return to Lycee Des Jeunes Filles. Ambition: Not yet known. Favorite Expression: “I know my pronunciation is awful.” Pet Peeve: The question, “How do you like it?” Happiest When: Traveling. Idol: Gary Cooper. Salient Characteristic: Rosy cheeks. Probable Fate: English teacher. Activities: French Club 4. Choristers 4. Future Teachers Club 4. Vice President 4. Forty-two ROBERT JOSEPH PIMENTA “Bob” Civic “Three days of the week I don’t worry: yesterday, today , and tomorrow.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 16, 1938. To: U. S. Navy. Ambition: To become a millionaire. Favorite Expression: “Is that right?” Happiest When: Weekends. Pet Peeve: Girls who talk too much. Idol: Mickey Mantle. Salient Character¬ istic: Yankees. Probable Fate: The Shadow. Activities: Football 2, 4. Basketball 3. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 2. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Art Club 2. Home Room Officer 2. JOHN EDWIN PINA— “Nooky” College “He sits high in all the people’s hearts.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., August 23, 1938. From: Roosevelt Junior High School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To become a millionaire. Favorite Expression: “Almost does not count on the scoreboard.” Pet Peeve: Losing games. Happiest When: Playing sports. Idol: Ted Williams. Salient Characteristic: Sports. Probable Fate: “All American.” Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball 8th, 1, 2, 3, 4. Baseball 2, 3, 4. Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Student Council 2, 3. Home Room President 1, 2, 3. Key Club 2. Class Executive Committee 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. Senior Lieutenant 4. ANTONANGELO PINNA— “Tony” College “Fr iendship is the wine of life.” Born: Milan, Italy, March 8, 1935. From Liceo G. Berchet, Milan. To: Milan University. Ambition: I don’t know. Probably a lawyer. Favorite Expression: Ciao! Pet Peeve: None. Hap¬ piest When: I don’t think I could be happier than I really am. Salient Characteristic: Personality plus. Probable Fate: Italy’s ambassador to U. S. Activities: Blue Banner Staff 4. Tennis 4. Key Club 4. RALPH PATRICK POTTER —“Bote” Business “A man of strong mind and character.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., November 16, 1938. From St. Joseph’s, Fairhaven. To: Business school. Ambition: Naval officer. Happiest When: Driving a car. Favorite Expression: “Oh! No! Take me out of here!” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Salient Characteristic: Seriousness. Probable Fate: Milkman. Forty-three GEORGE LOUIS RAMSEY Practical Arts Course “The world is a wheel and it will all come round right.” Born: Dartmouth, Mass., February 3, 1937. To: Bradbury-Waring, Inc. From: Tripp School. Ambition: Printer. Happiest When: With my Ford. Pet Peeve: Band. Salient Characteristic: Black leather jacket. Probable Fate: Printer’s devil. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM IRVING REED— “Bill” College “In friendship I early was taught to believe.” Born: Woonsocket, Rhode Island, October 20, 1938. From: An¬ drew Street School, Woonsocket, R.I. To: Undecided. Ambi¬ tion: Medical field. Favorite Expression: “Oh my gosh!” Pet Peeve: None. Happiest When: Working on new project — with the gang. Idol: Dwight David Eisenhower. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Bow ties. Probable Fate: U. S. Ambassador to Italy. Activities: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3, 4. Advanced Ensemble 3, 4. Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1, 2. Choristers 3, 4. Double Quartet 4. Key Club 4. Co-Editor of Blue Banner 3. Editor of Blue Banner 4. All- State Chorus 4. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. PATRICIA R. REYNOLDS Civic “Fair tresses man’s imperial race ensnare.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., July 25, 1937. From: Parting Ways School. To: Undecided. Ambtiion: To be rich. Happiest When: With Marty. Favorite Expression: None. Pet Peeve: Homework. Salient Characteristic: Jack’s. Probable Fate: Lady Hacky. DIANA MAE RODERICK Business “Tall and stately, like a queen.” Born: East Providence, R. I., July 18, 1938. From: East Fair- haven School. To: McConnell Airline School. Ambition: Airline Hostess. Favorite Expression: “Say, that’s delicate.” Pet Peeve: Snobs. Happiest When: Listening to “Rock and Roll”. Idol: Elaine Stewart. Salient Characteristic: Gaiety. Probable Fate: Angel. Activities: Orchestra: 1. Freshman Chorus 1. Forty-four GORDON KENT RODERIQUES— “Gordy” Civic “Why should life all labor be?” Born: Acushnet, Mass., March 9, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Jet Pilot. Favorite Expression: “Oh yeah!” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Happiest When: Sleeping. Idol: Sterling Hayden. Salient Character¬ istic: Height. Probable Fate: Commander of space ship. JOHN ROGERS, JR. College “A loyal, just, upright gentleman” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 13, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: University of Massachusetts. Am¬ bition: Scientific field. Favorite Expression: “That’s pretty good!” Pet Peeve: “Dagwood Special.” Happiest When: Eating. Salient Characteristic: Friendly. Probable Fate: Politician. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Key Club 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. MARY EVALYN ROOT College “Most excellent, accomplished lady.” Born: Brattleboro, Vermont, September 19, 1938. From: Matta- poisett Center School. To: Fitchburg State Teachers College. Ambition: To get something out of Math class. Happiest When: In New Hampshire. Favorite Expression: “Not today.” Pet Peeve: Math class. Idol: Martha Raye (?) Salient Character¬ istic: Harmony. Probable Fate: Maid. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Band 2, 3, 4. Choristers 3, 4. Minstrel Show 1. Glee Club 1. Senior Play. PETER GENE ROY Civic “No profit grows where is no pleasure taken.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 26, 1936. From: St. Joseph’s. To: Myles Standish School of Forestry. Ambition: Forest Warden. Favorite Expression: “It’s rough on the cobb.” Pet Peeve: Competitors. Happiest When: Hunting. Idol: Johnny Lattner of Notre Dame. Salient Characteristic: Study periods. Probable Fate: Tree climber. Activities: Key Club 3. Class Treasurer 2. Football 1, 2, 3. Baseball 1, 2. Basketball 1. Forty-five ANTONIO SANTOS, JR.— “Tony” College “All one’s life is music, if one touches the notes rightly and in tune.” Born: Fairhaven, Mass., May 28, 1938. From: Oxford School. To: Boston University. Ambition: Musician. Pet Peeve: An instrument off pitch. Idol: Benny Goodman. Salient Character¬ istic: Merry Medleys. Probable Fate: Metropolitan Opera. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Choristers 1, 2, 3, 4. Double Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4. Instrument Ensemble 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 2, 3, 4. Football 2, 4. Home Room President 2, 3. Ex¬ ecutive Committee 4. Key Club 2, 3, 4. All-State Band 2, 3, 4. Blue Banner 3. GILBERT ANTONIO SANTOS— “Gilly” College “’Tis pleasant sure to see one’s name in print.” Born: Acushnet, Mass., April 19, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Radio School. Ambition: Radio Announcer. Happiest When: Playing sports. Favorite Expression: “Yah, we are good for it, my boy!” Pet Peeve: When the Red Sox lose. Idol: Mel Allen. Salient Characteristic: Executive Com¬ mittee member of Senior Class. Probable Fate: Cavalcade of sports. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. Blue Banner 3, 4. Home room Vice President 1, 4. Basketball Manager 4. Dramatic Club 4. CARL ROBERT SAUNDERS— “Bob” College “Virtue is bold and goodness never fearful.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., March 1, 1938. From: Edmund An¬ thony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Engineer. Hap¬ piest When: Driving. Favorite Expression: “Baloney.” Pet Peeve: Math. Idol: Albert Einstein. Salient Characteristic: Point Connett. Probable Fate: Designer of first trans-Atlantic bridge. WILLIAM BRADFORD SELLEY College “Life is a waste of worrisome hours.” Born: New Bedford. Mass., February 24, 1939. From: Edmund Anthony School. To: Stockbridge School of Agriculture. Fav¬ orite Expression: “How ’bout that!” Pet Peeve: Girls. Salient Characteristic: Red hat. Probable Fate: Baker. Forty-six JANICE MARIE SENNA Business “Neatness is the crowning grace of womanhood.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 13, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Private Secre¬ tary. Favorite Expression: “Ain’t that a shame.” Pet Peeve: Nosy people. Happiest When: With my boy friend. Idol: Debbie Reynolds. Salient Characteristic: Dignity. Probable Fate: Staff artist for “Woman’s Day.” Activities: Freshman-Sophomore Chorus 1. ANNE ELIZABETH SHERMAN College “Silence that spoke, and an eloquence of eyes.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Elemetary grade teacher. Favorite Expression: “Ya know what I mean.” Pet Peeve: Boys who don’t grow tall. Happiest When: Procrastinating. Salient Characteristic: Aloof. Probable Fate: Hog caller. Activities: Traffic Squad 1, 3. 4. Minstrel Show 1. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Home Room Officer 3. Girls’ Gle e Club 3. Sophomore Chorus 2. Choristers 4. Trio 4. Cheerleader substitute 1. 2. Cheerleader 3, 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Softball 1. All-State Orches¬ tra 3, 4. Art Club 2. Blue Banner Page Editor 4. Honor Society 3, 4. CLAUDETTE DORIS SIROIS Business “A friendly smile and a friendly way.” Born: Westport, Mass., August 23, 1938. From: St. Joseph’s. To: St. Luke’s. Ambition: Nurse. Favorite Expression: “All-righty.” Pet Peeve: Spinach. Happiest When: Driving a car and being with my friends. Idol: Joni James. Salient Characteristic: I. D. Probable Fate: Popeye. Activities: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Freshman Chorus 1. CAROLYN ELLEN SKEIE College “Faithful friends are hard to find.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 16, 1939. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Laboratory technician. Happiest When: Dancing. Favorite Expression: “I never.” Pet Peeve: Math. Salient Characteristic: Questions. Probable Fate: Test tube tester. Activities: Home Room Secretary 1. Freshman Chorus 1. Soph¬ omore Chorus 2. French Club 3, 4. Blue Banner 3, 4. Senior Orchestra 4. Senior Band 4. Traffic Squad 4. Forty-seven JANICE BLANCHE SNOOK— “Jan” College “A good heart never . changes, but keeps its course truly.” Born: San Diego, Cal., August 19, 1938. From: St. Catherine’s Academy, Newport, R. I. To: College. Ambition: Happiness and success. Favorite Expression: “Not too funny.” Pet Peeve: People who pronounce my last name as if were written with a “Ch”. Happiest When: Those special weekends arrive. Idol: Clare Boothe Luce. Salient Characteristic: Bowdoin cap. Prob¬ able Fate: First woman governor of the Commonwealth. Activities: HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4. Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Future Teachers Club 2, 3. Vice-President and Treasurer 3. French Club 4. G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. Softball 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Junior Day Committee 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. Junior Prom Attendant 3. Dance Committee 3, 4. Executive Committee 3, 4. Head of Executive Committee 3. Blue Banner Staff 3, 4. Assistant Editor 3. Girls’ State Delegate 3. Pep Squad 4. Senior Play Dramatics Club 4. Vice President 4. State Representative to Boston. Business fair” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 6, 1938. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Work. Ambition: Secretary. Happiest When: With Don, driving. Favorite Expression: “Wha’d he say?” Pet Peeve: Sister. Idol: The McGuire sisters. Salient Char¬ acteristic: “Eyes of Blue.” Probable Fate: Flag pole sitter. Activities: Chorus 1. Allied Youth 1. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Blue Banner Staff 3. SYLVIA ANN SOARES “Her eyes are stars of twilight JAMES W. SPACH Civic “These are the times that try men’s souls.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., February 13, 1939. From: Anthony School. To: Undecided. Ambition: Plumber. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Horse laugh. Probable Fate: Sound effects man. WINIFRED STEELE—“ Winnie” Business “The lass that loves a sailor.” Born: Provincetown, Mass., June 21, 1938. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Marriage. Ambition: Good housewife and mother. Happiest When: Laughing. Salient Characteristic: Diamond. Probable Fate: Mrs. America. Forty-eight JANICE SURPRENANT —“Jan” Business “The glass of fashion and the mould of form.’ Born: Fairhaven, Mass., September 4, 1938. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: The business world. Ambition: Dental technician. Happiest When: Raising the devil. Favorite Expression: “Well I’ ll tell ya!” Pet Peeve: Locker section at 1:45. Salient Char¬ acteristic: Pleasant smile. Probable Fate: Painless drill. Activities: Freshman Chorus, Sophomore Chorus. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball Team 1, 2, 3. Soccer 1. Allied Youth 1, 2. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Softball 1, 2. Choristers 4. Double Quartet 4. Vocal Ensemble 4. Student Council 3. HUTTLESTONIAN Staff 4. Cheerleader 3, 4. Junior Prom Attendant 3. All State 4. ANNA JANE SWERLEIN College “But to be young is very heaven.” Born: Akron, Ohio, May 17, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: College. Ambition: To raise my bowling score above 76. Hap¬ piest When: Reading. Favorite Expression: “I’ll be darned.” Salient Characteristic: Animation. Probable Fate: Book-worm. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Advanced En¬ semble 1, 2, 3, 4. Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4. French Club 3, 4. Blue Banner 3. Choristers 4. Student Council 1. Executive Committee 1, 3. Class Treasurer 2. Homeroom Vice-President 1. Homeroom Secretary 2. Allied Youth 1. EUNICE ANN SYLVIA— “Eun” Business “Frame your mind to mirth and merriment.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., June 4, 1933. From: St. Joseph’s School. To: Secretarial work. Ambition: Marriage. Favorite Expression: “Oh, well.” Pet Peeve: My sister. Happiest When: With Shelton. Salient Characteristic: Bangs. Probable Fate: Old maid. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Concert Band 2, 3. Marching- Band 2, 3. Choristers 4. Girls’ Glee Club 1. MARILYN FRANCES TABER— “Lynn” College “Thoughtful, sincere, and true is she, With her sweet, serious dignity.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., May 7, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To Tufts University. Ambition: Teacher. Happiest When: With people. Favorite Expression: “That’s for sure!” Pet Peeve: Hurrying. Salient Characteristic: Credulous. Prob¬ able Fate: Mermaid. Activities: Executive Committee 1, 3. Home Room President 1. Allied Youth 1. Freshman Chorus 1. Home Room Treasurer 2. Sewing Club 2. Future Teachers’ Club 2, 3, 4. Secretary 3. Junior Prom Committee 3. Junior Day Committee 3. Editor- in-Chief Blue Banner 3. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. Girls’ Glee Club 3. French Club 3, 4. Choristers 4. HUTTLESTONIAN 3, 4. Traffic Squad 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Dance Committee 1, 3. Forty-nine LORAINE ANITA TALGO Civic “She’s a most exquisite lady.” Born: Wildwood, New Jersey, August 22, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To graduate. Hap¬ piest When: Living it up. Favorite Expression: None. Idol: James Dean. Salient Characteristic: Easel. Probable Fate: Porti’ait painter. Activities: Art Club 4. ROBERT ROY TEIXEIRA— “Tex” Civic “Deeds are better things than words are.” Born: Dartmouth, Mass., December 23, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Undecided. Ambition: To be a State Trooper. Favorite Expression: “Take it away.” Pet Peeve: Working. Happiest When: With the boys. Idol: Audie Murphy. Salient Characteristic: The Little Red Wagon. Probable Fate: Bookie. Activities: Football 1, 3. Basketball 1, 2, 3. Baseball 2. RALPH DENNIS TETRAULT Civic “No legacy is so rich as honesty.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., October 16, 1938. From: Holy Name. To: Undecided. Ambition: To own a successful business. Fav¬ orite Expression: “Yes - - Pet Peeve: Rainy Saturdays. Happiest When: At work. Idol: President Eisenhower. Salient Characteristic: Calm, cool, and collected. Probable Fate: Tycoon. DONALD MILTON THOMPSON— “Don” Civic “For brevity is very good.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., December 25, 1938. From Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Space Cadet. Favorite Expression: “That’s true.” Pet Peeve: School. Happiest When: With Muriel. Idol: “Abe” Lincoln. Salient Characteristic: Rochester. Probable Fate: Captain Video. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3. Orchestra 1, 2. Track 1, 2. Fifty- GLORIA JEAN VALERIO— “Glo” Civic-Clerical “Just fair enough to he pretty, Just gentle enough to be sweet.” Born: Falmouth, Mass., May 16, 1938. From: Job C. Tripp School. To: Beauty Culture School. Ambition: Beautician. Favorite Expression: “Don’t be wise!” Pet Peeve: Coming home 9:00 at night. Happiest When: Having long talks with L. R. Idol: Sister Elizabeth Kenny. Salient Characteristic: Triangle. Prob¬ able Fate: School teacher. Activities: Home Room Secretary 1, 3. Allied Youth 1. G. A. A. 1, 2. Sewing Club 2, 4. Freshman Chorus 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. THOMAS JOSEPH VASCONCELLOS —“Tom” Civic “Homework fascinates me; I can sit and look at it for hours.” Born: Fall River, Mass., December 18, 1937. From: Westport Factory School. To: Armed Forces. Ambition: Playing sports. Favorite Expression: “Hey Manana!” Pet Peeve: Getting up in the morning. Happiest When: Sleeping. Idol: Ted Williams. Salient Characteristic: Grin. Probable Fate: Replacement for “Cisco Kid.” KENNETH ARNOLD WADE —“Kenny” Civic “Leave it to the Irish.” Born: Taunton, Mass., October 9, 1937. From: Edmund Anthony Jr. School. To: Wall Street. Ambition: Billionaire. Favorite Expression: “Charge it.” Pet Peeve: Gold diggers. Happiest When: Counting money. Idol: P. Herman Throckmorton. Sa¬ lient Characteristic: Woman hater. Probable Fate: Rip Van Winkle. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Orchestra 3. Track 2, 3. Junior Day Program 3. Choristers 3. NORMAN WALKER WAITE Civic Course “I have not slept one wink.” Born: Boston, Mass., November 3, 1937. From: Mattapois ett Center School. To: Work. Ambition: Undecided. Happiest When: Playing sports. Favorite Expression: “Oh Brother!” Pet Peeve: Work. Idol: Abe Lincoln. Salient Characteristic: Schoolitis. Probable Fate: Red Sox dugout. Activities: Baseball 3, 4. Fijty-one CAROLYN CATHERINE WALSH— “Cal” College “As full of spirit as the month of May.” Born: Fall River, Mass., July 23, 1938. From: Center School. To: College. Ambition: Teacher. Favorite Expression: “What’s new?” Pet Peeve: Waiting for letters, (huh Bev?) Happiest When: At Lost River. Idol: Miss Hoyle. Salient Character¬ istic: Lost River. Probable Fate: Safari guide. Activities: Student council 1. Class day 1. Minstrel show 1. Sophomore Chorus 2. Future Teachers of America 2, 3, 4. Girls’ Glee Club 3. Choristers 4. G. A. A. 2. Assistant editor of Blue Banner 3. French Club 4. Slide Rule Class 3. WARREN GRAY WEST Civic “He was the mildest mannered man.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., July 2, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: New Bedford Institute of Textiles and Technology. Ambition: Electrical engineer. Happiest When: Working with radios. Favorite Expression: “Uh-huh.” Salient Characteristic: Blue eyes. Probable Fate: Heavy weight champion of the world. ROLAND LEONARD WLODYKA College “Life is as tedious as a twice-told tale.” Born: Boston, Mass., October 15, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: U. S. Air Force. Ambition: Win Indianapolis 500. Favor¬ ite Expression: “You’re kidding.” Pet Peeve: Going to bed. Happiest When: Dancing. Idol: William Holden. Salient Characteristic: Anything on wheels. Probable Fate: Hot rod authority. GLORIA TING-RUH YEN College “Torches were made to burn, jeivels to wear.” Born: Boston, Mass., June 20, 1938. From: Mattapoisett Center School. To: College. Ambition: Undecided. Favorite Expres¬ sion: “How positively wonderful!” Pet Peeve: Cleaning house. Happiest When: Getting good marks in school. Idol: Madame Chiang-Kai-Shek. Salient Characteristic: Charm. Probable Fate: Meiling’s Mainstay. Activities: Orchestra 1. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Choristers 4. Library Assistant 2. School Newspaper 3. French Club 2, 3, 4. Spanish Club 4. Minstrel Show 1. Softball 1. Fifty-two NORMA ELLEN YORK Civic “What man dare, I dare.” Born: New Bedford, Mass., September 30, 1938. From: Rogers School. To: Business. Ambition: To become a bronco buster. Favorite Expression: “Corn sarn it.” Pet Peeve: Horses with short tails. Happiest When: Riding horses. Idol: Trigger. Salient Characteristic: Horses. Probable Fate: Ballerina. GARY BURTON GRAY Civic-Clerical “Young man with a horn.” Born: Plymouth. Mass., March 31, 1938. From: Edmund Anthony School. To: Standard-Times. Ambition: Navy Band. Happiest When: Playing trombone. Pet Peeve: Doing make-up work. Idol: Tommy Dorsey. Salient Characteristic: Band uniform. Probable Fate: Dixieland. Activities: Traffic Squad 3. Orchestra 1, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Our colleague, Gary, entered late — After this section had all been done. But here he is — our good classmate — Perhaps out of place, but a welcome one. Fifty-three Left to right: — Ellen Mahoney, Treasurer; Florence Jenney, Vice President; Rose¬ mary Murphy, President; Florence Majocka, Secretary. £ ounomo’iE Z (Item 0 ' LCZZi lEinman CL aid Left to right: — David Knox, President; Judith Rose, Secretary; William Robinso n, Vice President, Wayne Cathcart, the Treasurer, was absent when the picture was taken. iuutor (Court LUZLO ' l Left to right: — Gladys Davidsen, Secretary; Ida Mello, President; Dennis Duval, Vice Pi’esident; Judith Knox, Treasurer. Fifty-five King Chester’s Study — Macbeth and Sir Toby Belch enter. King Chester: “Welcome, my friends! Your unexpected arrival gives me great pleasure.” Macbeth: “The pleasure is all ours, my worthy King.” King Chester: “Let me conduct you on a tour of my domain as proof of my multitud¬ inous retinue. First, let me present you to my amuensis, Lady Evelyn Martin. She is in the counting room. Lady Evelyn, how are the ac¬ counts of the Junior Court coming?” COUNTING ROOM Lady Evelyn: “Your junior subjects are coming here in droves. A misunderstand¬ ing has occurred pertaining to class rings. Tenfold have approached me with the sad account of incorrect size.” Sir Toby: “They’re not very clever are they, your Highness?” King Chester: “On the contrary they are quite an exceptional class, but anon, I shall show you for yourself.” Fifty-six CHEMISTRY ROOM Sir Toby: What is this room of bottles and vials? Ah, I have finally found what I have been look¬ ing for. What vintage, my liege?” King Chester: “Ah no, this is my chemis¬ try laboratory. ’Tis under the supervision of Lord Raymond Boyce, an expert alchemist. You must excuse the chaos. One of my jun¬ ior subjects, not trusting in Lord Boyce’s judgment, declined to explore the realm of hydrogen. He lit a taper to a vial of hydrogen, and ! ! ! Well you can see for yourself.” Sir Toby: “Tis a shame.” King Chester: “Tis of no matter, Lord Boyce was knighted for his exceptional bravery. Come, we have only begun our tour.” MATH ROOM King Chester: “Here is our Mathematics Chamber. Lord Robert Lawton, a mathematical wizard, is in complete control of this mysterious subject. All unknowns are indeed known to him. He is also accredited with the invention of this peculiar device. This device, though made of mere wood, has the faculty for making incredible figures. The most difficult of problems are solved by this mysterious contrivance as if it were child’s play.” In the rear of the chamber is a group of Juniors developing new for¬ mulas with the slide rule. “As you can see, this Junior Court is an amazing group of subjects. They have accomplished feats such as no class has ever done before. But enough; the time is fleeting. Let us be on our way. A banquet is await¬ ing us.” BANQUET HALL King Chester: “Here are menus for you. I am sure you will enjoy our delicacies.” LE MENU THE MENU Des Chiens Chauds . Des Haricots . Choux Melanges. Souffle de Bananes. Du Lait Fraiche. . Hot Dogs . Beans .Cole Slaw Banana Pudding .Fresh Milk Fifty-seven Macbeth: “My appetite is, indeed, aroused. The pleasant aromas have increased my desire for a hearty meal.” King Chester: “You shall have it here.” Sir Toby Belch: “Bring the viands. I cannot wait to taste those delicious morsels.” FRENCH CHAMBER King Chester: “Did you enjoy the repast?” Macbeth: “Indeed! Such a meal! I haven’t ever had the pleasure of partaking of such a remarkable feast before.” Sir Toby: “Where are we now, my liege?” King Chester: “We shall enter the “Chamber de Francais.” Our eminent professor, Lord Philips Noyes, helps our junior subjects in the art of speaking Romance languages.” Macbeth: “You certainly are thorough in your educational program.” Lord Philips: “Welcome, welcome, Roi Chester.” King Chester: “Lord Philips, may I present Macbeth and Sir Toby Belch.” Macbeth: “Tis a great honor to meet one so learned as you.” Sir Toby: “Oui et moi aussi.” Lord Philips: “The pleasure is mine, noble sirs. Sir Toby, have I the gratification of speaking to one who is fluent in the art of speaking French?” Sir Toby: “In all truth, sir, that phrase is all I know.” Lord Philips: “Oh, Honorable King, this brilliant Junior Court astounds me! Immed¬ iately before you entered, they invented a new tense; the indirect im¬ perfect! If this continues, these prodigies will be more advanced than I.” King Chester: “Explain this new tense to me. I mustn’t be ignorant of it.” Lord Philips: “To tell the humble truth, I haven’t mastered the intricacy of it, yet. It has me puzzled; but “Keep the faith.” I shall solve the mystery.” King Chester: “Notify me when you have found the solution. Come my friends, on to the next chamber.” Sir Toby: “What is that frightful clamor? Is your court getting out of hand?” Fifty-eight TYPING CHAMBER King Chester: “No, but let us visit that chamber. You see before you a group be¬ ing trained in the use of the Junior court’s latest invention — the typewriter. Meet my stately helpmeet, Queen Grace. She will explain the principle of operating this new artifice.” Queen Grace: “As you can see, this new tool for time saving is a difficult machine to manipulate, but it is a mere bagatelle for these Junior wonders. Would you care to experiment with this unique ar¬ ticle.” Sir Toby: “Yes! Yes! Some gems of poetic imagry have begun to shine in the vast recesses of my mind.” Tho this machine doth clatter, It really taps out matter. And at times it seems to sing, With a ding, a ring, a ding. Macbeth: The inspiration that your Junior court has given me prompts me to compliment them with this bit of poesy. A SONNET TO THE JUNIOR CLASS A To what shall I compare the Junior Class? B This group of prodigies and mental worth A Shall never from the memory of men pass B And bards for e’re will praise these joys of earth. C Students of languages, sciences and Math D Who knowledge of the ages have explored C They never have aroused a teacher’s wrath D They love books, and in school are never bored. E Next year they’ll be the finest senior class F To ever grace the halls of F. H. S. E When for the last time through its doors they pass F The unsuspecting business world they’ll bless. G Someday they will all meet again in Heaven G The bright and famous class of ’57 Norma Costa ’57 Charles Foley ’57 Judie Hirschmann ’57 Diana Laycock ’57 Gay Lorraine ’57 Susan Silveira ’57 Art work by Lucille Burnhman, Jo-Anne Davis, Sandra Henshaw, and Judith Robinson. Fifty-nine VS ' .1 i ’ . ; ft -i | 3 | i. r || ft t l! ’ i M :. R■ n ; li ■ mILm • , | y ' 4 v- -,—_■ C ? : ' I INPibJ 1 1 ■$ kj r’4 i j$m r " ' K Pleasure and action make the hours seem short.” Othello vr- “ r m a ' . - ; 1 m ; Eft We are presenting a four act play entitled “History of the Class of 1956”. The scene is Fairhaven High School between the years 1952 and 1956. This realistic production displays talents and skills of “infinite variety”. Now the curtain rises for act one. “MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING” A merry cast of Freshmen pranced on to the stage to begin their high school drama. They elected as their leads Paul Hirst, President; Susan Leach, Vice President; Harriet Hawes, Secretary; David Brenneke, Treas¬ urer. With Mr. Pierce’s directing, the company of players started at once to raise money for their first production by selling paper and sponsoring the Freshman-Sophomore Dance. At the end of the act, Susan Leach re¬ ceived special applause for being chosen a member of the cheering squad. “THE COMEDY OF ERRORS” During Act II, the plot thickens as the cast’s activities increase. Soph¬ omore principals were Paul Hirst, President; Susan Leach, Vice President; Nathan Heuberger, Secretary; Anna Jane Swerlein, Treasurer. To help the box office receipts, we held the “Bunny Hop” and conducted a greeting card sale. Thelma Dahl, Katharine Mahoney, Anne Sherman and Janice Surprenant became members of the cheering squad and for the last two acts joined Susan in encouraging the enthusiasm and spirit of the audience at all athletic events. Nathan Heuberger, Susan Leach, Kathy Mahoney, Millicent Morgan, Jeanne Paiva, Janice Snook, and M arilyn Taber were appointed Junior probationary editors of our theatre program, the “Huttle- stonian”. Then the curtain closed on the second act, which had been pre¬ sented under the able direction of Mrs. Howland. “AS YOU LIKE IT” The curtain rises in the Junior year with Nathan Heuberger, President; Katharine Mahoney, Vice President; Pauline Kolasz, Secretary; and Susan Leach, Treasurer having the lead parts. The cast founded the “Variety” of our theatre, “The Blue Banner”. Its first editors were Marilyn Taber and Bill Reed. Mrs. Bruce, with untiring effort, directed the remainder of the play. The first social event was the “Turkey Trot”, the Junior Senior Dance. During this act, we ventured to present a Dutch ballet entitled “Tulip Time” with Glenna Dobson appearing as our queen. Occupying box seats at opening night were the newly installed officers of the Honor Society, Sixty-three President, Nathan Heuberger; Vice President, Kathy Mahoney; Secretary, Millicent Morgan; Treasurer, Janice Snook. Jeanne Paiva and Janice Snook represented the troop at Massachusetts Girls’ State, while Dave Heap, John Rogers, and Dick Perry attended Boys’ State. To study foreign scripts, Kathy Mahoney and David Brenneke went abroad under the American Field Service Summer Program. Now that the stars of ’55 were departing, we, the understudies, took our places as Seniors on Junior Day. A buffet supper and dance filled the evening to keep up the theatre’s tradition of gayety. Thus with happy hearts, we looked forward to our greatest act, the Senior year. “ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL’’ ■ For the last time the house lights dimmed and the curtain slowly rose with Nathan Heuberger, President; Katharine Mahoney, Vice President; Pauline Kolasz, Secretary; and Susan Leach, Treasurer stepping forth. Room 7 was converted to a “Globe Theatre”, when Margrit Pierrard from Luxembourg and Tony Pinna from Italy joined our troop to observe the happenings behind the scenes in the U. S. A. The company presented a dance fantasy, “Winter Wonderland”. In the sports world, John Correia made the All Bristol County football team and Capt. John Pina was on the Bay State Scholastic Dream Basketball team. We are certain that our sets will be kept neat and tidy by Theresa McCormack, who won the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award. Janice Snook is entitled to an extra bow for repesenting the school art Student Govenment Day in Boston; Katharine Mahoney received the D. A. R. award. We all took “Time Out For Ginger”, the senior play. During intermission, we discovered the cast were mem¬ bers of our own company, Glenna Dobson, Jeanne Paiva, Mary Evelyn Root, Janice Snook, Ray Comeau, Charlie Entwhistle, Dick Galvin, Chet Hathaway, and David Heap. On June eighth, the curtain will fall for the last time. Now we are looking forward to the senior prom and other festivities accompanying graduation. Finally, we shall take our curtain calls on the thirteenth of June, when we receive our diplomas. The won¬ derful memories of events enacted both before the footlights and behind the scenes in the production of “History of the Class of 1956” will always be ours. C. Chase N. Heuberger K. Mahoney J. Paiva J. Snook M. Taber Sixty-four (2La±± We descended to the tomb of the great Shakespeare To learn the fate of our classmates dear. The wise old man gave us knowledge true That we shall now pass on to you. We see two politicians, Janice and John, Leading our country from sunset to dawn. And working with them, and making a rumpus, Are Costa, Mowat, Brennan, and Bumpus. Billy and Glenna we find have wed, Just as good prophets always have said; And helping them raise their family, Are Boyd, Hawes, and Heald working frantically. Next to the circus and the famous sideshow: There’s twirler Morency and announcer Comeau; Look at the tumblers so nimble who know how to fall Why they’re Leach and Sherman, Surprenant and Dahl. The teaching career was well-opened wide, So Taber, Correa, and Walsh stepped inside. Great was their delight in teaching the math, Arranged and condensed by Nathan and Kath. At the “Minute Man Wash” are Hasset and Krol, Washing the cars that haven’t been sold; The Jaguars are few and far in between — But their owners will be Bob, Roland, and Jean. Pauline Kolasz is the new business head; Maureen and Rita her assistants it’s said; There are also Sylvia, Sheila, and Terry, Hazel, Natalie, Loretta, and Betty. Sixty-five We find our two Carols playing the horn, With Tony Santos leading them on. Charlies Entwistle toots, dressed in gaudy slacks, With Anna Jane and her melodious sax. Selley’s stable has one little filly — Does it belong to Norma or Milly? Our engineers have designed its new gate — Credit goes to Brenneke, Heap, and Drake. Chet Mackay has built a bank so tall For millionaires Wade, Pimental, and Hall. Safeguarding the bank are guards Tex and Larry With burglar alarm invented by Harry. Bob Benoit at the typewriter pounding Is sending the news of our sportsmen resounding. We read about Pina, Cabral, and O’Leary — Their playing is famous in old Tipperary. Donald and Gordon, each a space cadet, Haven’t left for the moon as yet. But serving our country with vigor and vim Are Carl, Joe, Dick, Augy, and Jim. The class artists, Jan, Cliff, and Loraine Are newly-made members of the Hall of Fame. Jeanne and Dick, noted for thespian skills, Are having their pictures on theatre bills. In the Gloria Yen restaurant, pretty and handy, Are waitresses Astrid, Carolyn, and Sandy; The food is tasty and thrifty, too — Cooks Peter and Paul will tell you it’s true. Dr. Bill Reed, full of medical lore, Gets his prescriptions at Mason’s Drug Store. Food in the hospital, made where it’s quiet, Keeps nurses Gale, Pat, and Sylvia right on a diet. Lois is married and doing fine, Report Eunice and Faith, back from the Rhine; Their traveling companions, Reynolds and Valerio, Have just crossed paths with Casey and Marreiro. There’s a new Navy ship with a new C. P. 0. And I see by the crew’s list, he’s A. Fonteneau. Not to be outdone in guarding the water Are Coast Guard’s Bill Hegarty and Navy’s Ralph Potter. As the lines of recruits in our service grow, There’s a new member called Mr. F. Pacheco, And also A Norris, it’s Richard I mean, Of whom it is said, he’ll be a Marine. Sixty-six While Ray Faria twirls for the Boston Red Sox, Young girls learn Phys. Ed. from our own Janice Hawkes. Nurse Sirois, in helping some people to grow, Is trying her skill on Nurse DiPiro. Two workers for the telephone company I met Were born with that familiar name of Brunette. Answering our country’s urgent call Are Tom Vasconcellos and Vallie Cabral. If it’s news you want, do not despair; We have Chet Hathaway at home on the air. And handling a business as big as can be Is Pete Closson, friend of both you and me. A. Johnson is with the Standard, they say, While Gilly helps out with the sports resume. The headlines advise promoters to get A fine young dancer named Carol Doucette. Cutting and Ramsey are out for a race With speedy H. Johnson keeping the pace; More musicians called Joaquin and Gray Keep concert mistress Root lively and gay. Two future stewardesses, Roderick and Chase, Fly counsel Pinna home from a case. And on the same plane, with briefcase and pen, Are Saunders and C. Faria, big businessmen. Marion and Beryl, to be wives are agreed, With Teresa McCormack supplying the feed. Gibbs, Days, and Mello are right on their heels, Not to be denied when the wedding bell peals. Lomba and Correia, baseball’s big two, Are making opponents feel beaten and blue; While Margrit and Judith record these great games, We find we have ended and run out of names. So up from the tomb of the Elizabethan Bard, We come from a task that was really quite hard. We hope you are happy, and please bear in mind. A better bunch of prophets you never will find. L. Heuberger ’56 N. Heuberger ’56 S. Leach ’56 K. Mahoney ’56 M. Morgan ’56 J. Snook ’56 M. Taber ’56 Sixty-seven cl ii • met Sitting here in our great Huttleston Study, dimly lit by a waxen taper, and under the guidance of our legal advisor, the Earl of Dias, we put forth in our penmanship, upon this Great Book of Memories, the items bequeathed to the class of 1957. ITEM 1—Nathan bequeaths his wit and expressive talents to Richard Tirrell. ITEM 2—Susan, with a tear in her eye and a lump in her throat, regret¬ fully relinquishes her beloved Spencer trophy to posterity. ITEM 3—The 440 yard run is bequeathed to John Radcliffe by Antonio Santos. ITEM 4—Jeanne leaves her acting ability to Mr. Dias for his future Eng¬ lish classes in order that he might not have to read Lady Macbeth, Ophelia, or Juliet, in his masculine voice. ITEM 5—To Miss Hoyle, we leave Dick Galvin’s ability to play Romeo. ITEM 6—The intelligent members of this year’s Honor Society leave a wax scraper to future initiates. ITEM 7—Gordon Roderiques leaves his duals to Alan Fales with a fond wish for fewer traffic tickets. ITEM 8—To Julie O’Leary is left the feminine instincts and intuition of Marilyn Taber. ITEM 9—Chet Mackay leaves his black panther tattoo to Bill Fuller. ITEM 10—We, the honest and industrious class of 1956, leave to Mrs. Martin a set of personally-autographed absence slips. ITEM 11—Charles “Wentwistle” bequeaths his “Charles Atlas” course to Lewis Jenney. ITEM 12—Faith Alden presents her lively personality and good-looks for the conversion of any Junior boy considered a woman-hater. ITEM 13—John Hassett leaves his nicotine stains to the janitors, who will try to find a new detergent for their removal. ITEM 14—Jeanine Morency leaves her football equipment and a pound of grapes to Miss Hoyle to be sure that she doesn’t forget her. Sixty-eight ITEM 15—We, the occupants of Room 7, leave to Mrs. Cromie a carton of corn kernels to help her survive the winter of ’57, while she is recuperating. ITEM 16—Harriet Hawes leaves her uninhibited laugh to Sue Silveira. ITEM 17—Sorry, girls — Glenna Dobson just refuses to leave Bill Field! — Will John Rogers do? ITEM 18—Margrit and Tony leave the U. S. A. and we, the eminent Class of 1956, leave F. H. S. As we each pen our names to this scroll, we close our Book of Mem¬ ories, snuff our taper and silently depart, the hope that each item will be carried out faithfully, and that the name of “Class of ’56” be ever on the lips of posterity in the wake of our glory. C. Chase ’56 N. Heuberger ’56 S. Leach ’56 K. Mahoney ’56 J. Paiva ’56 J. Snook ’56 M. Taber ’56 Sixty-nine I First row, left to right: — C. French, C. Green, J. Paiva, K. Mahoney, W. Field, L. Talgo. Second row: — G. Santos, T. Dahl, J. Snook, M. Taber, N. Heuberger, S. Leach, D. Heap, L. Heuberger, M. Morgan, C. Chase, W. Reed. Left to right, first row: — Helen Mowat, Pauline Kolasz, Carol-Ann Chase, Carole Doucette. Second row: — Noreen Andersen, Jackie Brunette, Richard Norris, Janice Surprenant, Jeanine Morency. Seventy “Tulip Time,” the most enchanting evening of our Junior year, came at last on May 6, 1955, bringing with it excitement and gaiety. Pretty Glenna Dobson, lovely in a pink gown, was crowned Queen by Sandra Hogarth on the stage, which was picturesque with a Dutch windmill and twinkling stars. She reigned with her attend¬ ant, Katharine Mahoney, and her court, Faith Alden, Carol Doucette, Carol French, Pauline Kolasz, Janice Snook, and Janice Surprenant, as the Junior class swayed to the music of Bud Lilley’s Orchestra among wooden shoes brimful of colorful tulips. A good time was, indeed, enjoyed by all who attended this annual frolic. M. Morgan, ’56. sruoz aL j “TIME OUT FOR GINGER” March 16, 1956 — Opening Night at Fairhaven High School. It is the night that we, the star-studded cast of “Time Out For Ginger”, Dick Galvin, Jeanine Morency, Mary Evelyn Root, Glenna Dobson, Janice Snook, Chet Hathaway, Charlie Entwistle, Dave Heap, Ray Comeau, and myself had been awaiting anxiously for ten weeks. As I sit here on the set, which had become my own living room, as Agnes Carol, waiting for the “zero hour”, 8 o’clock, I remember the first stage rehearsal, when Charlie, as Mr. Wilson, was instructed by Miss Hoyle to show “suppressed rage”, and he presently launched upon a series of actions, which promptly brought spontaneous fits of laughter from the cast and director. When Miss Hoyle inquired what he was doing, “Mr. Wilson” blankly replied that he was pacing. After a brief lesson on “how to pace” by our patient director, the rehearsal resumed. Then I remember one rehearsal of a scene during which I was re¬ buking my two older daughters for not attending Ginger’s football game because of jealousy. I demanded, “Are those grapes terribly sour, girls?” — To which Jeanine innocently whispered to Miss Hoyle, “what grapes?” One incident that marked our rehearsals was the fact that our maid was “carrying on” with the president of the local bank — that was not included in the script, either! We of the cast have been so privileged as to see Glenna attired in a black leather jacket and Dick, sporting a mangy, moth-eaten raccoon coat. For ten weeks, we worked together and laughed together, while Miss Hoyle directed us in our thespian activities. She trained Dave in his routine of “hot licks” as Eddie Davis, padded Ray with a pillow, taught Dick the art of “love making”, and became a wonderful and inspiring friend. Now it is ten minutes to curtain time, and I can hear Carol Chase, our hard-working prompter, testing the bell and buzzer, and Bev Heald, Gale Duxbury, and “A. J.” Swerlein are dashing across the stage like three chickens with their heads cut off. Even our three light-switching, door- slamming, curtain-pulling stage hands, Tony Pinna, Bill Reed, and Chet Mackay are beginning to move! Something has happened to my stomach as I leave my living room to await my cue back-stage. In a few short hours, the curtain will close for the last time on “Time Out For Ginger”, and we will find our exuberant joy mixed with a tinge of sorrow as we realize that all the work and laughter we have experienced as one happy family will become just a part of “Yesterday”. We can never relive those hilarious moments of rehearsal or the bursting excitement of this night, yet we know that we shall never forget Miss Hoyle and the wonderful chapter in our lives entitled, “Time Out For Ginger”. Jeanne Paiva ’56 Seventy-three T. 0W U Arttmtfea “Busy yourself in skill-contending school” The Rape of Lucrece 0 ) 10 % 1st. row: — P. Kolasz, M. Taber, D. Heap, J. Rogers, C. French, D. Brenneke. 2nd. row: — R. Norris, S. Leach, J. Paiva, M. Morgan, A. Sherman, L. Heuberger. 3rd. row: — N. Heuberger, K. Mahoney, J. Snook. Scholarship, Leadersh ip, Character, and Service are four ideals, which all members of the National Honor Society must uphold. In January of each year, the juniors and seniors who have met these requirements are initiated into the Society in an impressive ceremony. The officers in black robes form a shield around which the newly initiated members, holding lighted candles, make their promise to adhere to the standards of this organization. In June, new officers are installed. Officers for 1955-56 are Nathan Heuberger, President; Kathar¬ ine Mahoney, Vice-President; Millicent Morgan, Secretary; and Janice Snook, Treasurer. Other members are David Brenneke, Carol French, David Heap, Lois Heuberger, Susan Leach, Richard Norris, Jeanne Paiva, John Rogers, Anne Sherman, and Marilyn Tab¬ er, seniors. Junior members are Feme Cathcart, Dennis Duval, Charles Foley, Sandra Henshaw, Judith Hirschmann, Judith Knox, Diana Laycock, Anne Marsden, Ida Mello, Betty Monteiro, Susan Pepin, Susan Silveira, Barbara Souza, and Gladys Teixeira. Susan Leach, ’56 Seventy-six 1 f 411 I j The Key Club of Fairhaven High School is one of a nation-wide net¬ work of similar groups sponsored by Kiwanis International. In club activities during the year, the organization has completed many money-raising programs, including the sale of Christmas trees and wreaths, the Coca Cola concession at basketball games, and a successful record hop. Again, the Key Club sponsored a basketball game between the faculty and Key Club members. Continuing its role as a service organization, the Key Club has planned varied assemblies this past year, offered a hundred dollar scholarship, supported the Pep Squad and Cheerleaders, acted as guides for Open House and Audubon lectures, served as bus boys at the annual Pops Con¬ cert, and conducted a Save Driving Campaign. Key Clubbers are gaining valuable experience in leadership, patriotism, and co-operation with others by serving the school, the community, and the nation. Officers this year are the following: Cameron Bangs, President; Peter Mendell, Vice-President; Charles Entwistle, Secretary, and Ray Com- eau, Treasurer. Faculty adviser is Mr. Chester M. Downing. William Reed ’56 Seventy-seven cStuclznt (loiuici Left to right, first row: — P. Wrightington, R. Murphy, C. A. Chase, N. Heuberger, K. Mahoney, I. Mello, E. Stening. Second row: — J. LaConte, L. Browning, S. Samaska, S. Burgess, M. Marques, P. Kolasz, N. Avila. Third row: — R. Arruda, D. Duval, D. Harrison, L. Peck, R. Holt, S. Rounsville, N. Holmes. The Student Council is composed of representatives elected by each home room in the school. Its purpose is to sponsor worthwhile projects and to foster good will among the student body and the faculty. This year under the advisorship of Mrs. Bruce, the Council sold book covers and sponsored a Coffee Hour, welcoming the Foreign Exchange students. It also sponsored a dance and a food sale with the proceeds going to the American Field Service to help bring Foreign Exchange Students to Fairhaven High School next year. Members of the Council attended conventions at Cohasset and Silver Lake Regional High Schools. Five members of the Council also attended a Model Congress at the Ameri¬ can International College in Springfield. The officers of the group for the year were Nathan Heuberger, presi¬ dent; Katharine Mahoney, vice-president; and Carol-Ann Chase, secre¬ tary-treasurer. Carol-Ann Chase ’56 Seventy-eight annzx Everyone likes a newspaper, and Fairhaven High School stu¬ dents are no exception. The Blue Banner, our school newspaper, supplies us with entertaining, interesting, and accurate information concerning the students, clubs, and activities of our school. This year William Reed is editor-in-chief of our praiseworthy newspaper, and Florence Jenney serves as co-editor-in-chief. Ter¬ esa McCormack and Lawrence Peck are the assistant editors, who aid in putting out this periodical five times a year. Each class is represented on the staff, and Earl J. Dias serves as the adviser to this energetic group. The Blue Banner is now ending its second year as a recognized periodical of Fairhaven High School. May the Blue Banner wave for many years. Marilyn Taber, ’56 Seventy-nine Again, as in previous years, the Fairhaven High School Band can take pride in its accomplishments. Under the capable supervision of Miss Elizabeth I. Hastings and Mr. Alipio Bartholo, the group has displayed unusual, laudable routines at football games. The annual Tag Day was an overwhelming success. Band members made a record collection of $736.00, which was added to the fund for the purchase of new instruments. This year, the band particularly prizes its new addition — a set of tubular chimes donated in memory of the late Richard Adshead. Now, the Band is diligently rehearsing for its annual Pops Concert, which is certain to be a success, both socially and financially. After the Southeastern Massachusetts Music Festival in Needham and a trip to the state capitol, another prosperous year will come to an end. William Reed ’56 Eighty The two aims of our music department are to foster a better understanding of music in the mind of the student and to provide an interesting program of music for the public. This year, the Fairhaven High School Senior Orchestra has striven to achieve these goals through many hours of practice and the untiring effort of its capable director, Miss Elizabeth I. Hastings. This year’s schedule has been both busy and beneficial. Begin¬ ning with the musical programs for assemblies, the orchestra also has participated in audition festivals on both the state and regional level, in addition to playing for Senior Play and Commencement exercises. Besides these activities, several members of the orchestra have been selected by competitive tests to participate in such or¬ ganizations as the All Bristol County Orchestra and the Massachu¬ setts All-State Orchestra, which convened in Pittsfield this year. Carol French, ’56. Eighty-one na £ 2U Left to right, first row: — Richard West, Frank Wotton, Charles Foley, Dennis Duval. Second row: — Katharine Mahoney, Sylvia Aanensen, Diana Laycock, Carolyn Skeie, Susan Leach, Margrit Pierrard, Mr. Noyes, advisor, Jeanne Paiva, Barbara Padelford, Anna Jane Swerlein. Third row: — Susan Silveira, Feme Cathcart, Marilyn Taber, Judith Knox, Carolyn Walsh, Faith Alden, Janice Snook, Gloria Yen. Fourth row: — Pamela MacGowan, Beverly Heald, Roberta Brunette, Norma Costa, Estelle Benjamin, Corine McMenamy. Fifth row: — Millicent Morgan, Christine Brodeur, Lois Heuberger. Left to right, first row: — Evelyn DiPiro, Gloria Yen, Margie Sherman, Harriet Hawes, Corinne McMenamy, Millicent Morgan, Carol Hebert, Mr. Noyes, advisor. Second row — Janice Snook. Teresa McCormack, Jeanne Paiva, Richard Galvin, Carol French, Thelma Dahl, Pat Pimental. s jutwi 4 ClCHEXl First row: — C. Messier, P. Baron, C. Gifford, S. Pelton, A. Rex, R. Dam. Second row: — C. McMenamy, B. Heald, M. Pierrard, G. Dobson, P. MacMahon, P. Ornellis. Third row: — C. Brodeur, N. Mottas, B. A. Doucette, L. Doumoulin, S. Correa, J. Robinson, Mrs. Moore, advisor, M. Morgan, P. Maxfield, C. Shumway, M. Taber, and C. Walsh. 1 1 ) 2 S - First row: — P. Murphy, C. Eddy, R. Clunice, M. Kremp, L. Talgo, B. Wilbur, M. Senna, N. Bassett. Second row: — G. Vaitses, L. Dumoulin, P. MacMahon, J. Robinson, B. Huggins, L. Valley, S. Aanensen. Third row: — L. Burnham, S. Dodge, J. Davis, S. Henshaw, J. Dunn. Fourth row: — D. Reid, R. Norris, M. Joaquin, T. Plezia, W. Montigny, P. Lawrence. xaxu czrf-i,±ifitant± ' | JJ O !| • §L First row: — S. Howland, Miss Pillsbury, B. Fagundes, M. Marques, M. Morgan, S. Rowland, S. Pelton, P. Travares, E. Stening, B. Silva, G. Vaitses, M. Sitnick. First row: — L. Beauregard. C. Macomber. J. Libsley, D. Campbell, P. De Blois, S. De Wolfe, S. Pelton, G. Morris, A. Porte, D. Mello. Second row: — N. Dexter, S. Perry, M. Sylvia, E. Martin, Mrs. Spence, advisor, S. Dodge, J. Souza, P. Dellecese, B. Souza. Third row: — C. Howland, B. Spagnoli, L. Olivera, C. Eddy, M. Wrightman, P. Costa, M. Martin, F. Sherman, J. Berube, M. Witzgerald. N. Oliver, L. Des Champs, J. Marrotte, A. Martel, M. Oliver, R. Mello, P. Licari, V. Caton. Left to right: — Carole Doucette. Peter Mendell, Chester Hathaway, Katharine Mahoney, John Pina, and Susan Silveira. First row: — L. Oliveira, M. Sherman, A. Taylor, E. Martin, P. Garcia, A. Martell. Second row: — P. Alves, G. Dalberg, A. J. Swerlein, J. Snook, R. Comeau, J. Robinson, J. Paiva, A. Asselin, R. Comeau. Third row: — N. DeSouza, J. Dunn, D. Cooper, J. Alden, J. O’Leary, J. Morency, W. Alden, R. Tirrell, G. Santos, P. MacMahon, G. Dobson, B. Custodio, N. Dulude, J. Belliveau. First row: — P. Tetrault, R. Duarte, A. Plezia, B. Staples, R. Potkay, D. Braga, J. Norris. Second row: — C. Bissonette, D. Gray, P. Alves, R. Potter, G. Gray, P. Lopes, D. Joaquin. Sylvia Correa. President; Betty Monteiro, Treasurer; Molly Hamer, Secretary; Pat Richard, Vice-President. Vc oca First row: — Ellen Mahoney, Janice Surprenant, Gladys Davidsen, William Field, Teresa McCormack, Anna Jane Swerlein, Janice Hawkes. Second row: — Richard Galvin, Antonio Santos, David Brenneke. CHORAL GROUPS Since September, the rafters of our auditorium have been ringing with the melodious strains provided by numerous choral groups, under the direction of Mrs. Marguerite Johnson. This year, the choral department has been especially industrious. Each morning has been particularly designated for a special group to rehearse. For example, the Double Quartet practices on Monday. This group has participated in the All-State Festival, as well as offering their voices in many of the school’s activities. Tuesday finds the Choristers, comprising fifty Juniors and Seniors, learning new music in the assembly hall. The week is rounded out by rehearsals of the Girls’ Glee Club on Thursday and Freshman-Sophomore Chorus on Friday. The members of these choral organizations have found a most valuable outlet for their creative expression in the past school year, singing before judges at the Massachusetts State Festival; participating in the opera, “Aida,” and providing a vocal concert in April. However, what is perhaps more significant, they have learned to respect the ideals of their neighbor and to blend their voices with him to provide entertaining and listenable results. Carol French ’56 Eighty-eight Atltlrtirs “l love the sport well ” Merry Wives of Windsor t ft ootUt Left to right, first row: — Coach Mel Entin, Robert Pimental, Danny Santos, John Correia, Manny Cabral, John Pina, Ray Faria, A1 Augustine, Coach Alec Clement. Second row: — Peter Mendell, Kenny Lanoue, Antonio Santos, Louie Jenney, Carl Junier, Nate Heuberger, A1 Teixeira. Third row: — Barry Behn, Robert Botelho, Jerry Razon, Albert Dahl, Andy Martin, Ray Frates, Pete Closson. Fourth row: — Tony Almedia, Larry Peck, John Arruda, Paul Goulet, Tommy Barron, Eddie Monteiro, John Medeiros. Fifth row: — Charles Tripp, William Potkay, Giles Dunn, Dick Lomba. Matters seemed somewhat bleak this year for our heroes of the gridiron inasmuch as only two regulars from the previous season re¬ turned to aid Coach Entin’s Blue and White. However, with a re¬ surgence of the old Fairhaven High spirit, the aggressive team down¬ ed their first foe, Attleboro, 6-0. Things did not continue on so smooth a plane, though, for in a rain-delayed contest, Barnstable triumphed 14-0. The next adversary for the Blue was Durfee High. Fairhaven lost this thriller by one point as Durfee came from be¬ hind, 13-12. The highlight of the season came with Fairhaven’s well-merited victory over arch-rival, New Bedford, 7-6. In another rain-delayed contest, Fairhaven was whipped by Coyle, 13-0, and, by an identical score, the undefeated Wareham team won out in a hard-fought game. The last game of the season ended in defeat for Fairhaven at the hands of the behemoths of Voke. The score was 21 - 12 . Perhaps the most striking success of the season was the rebirth of spirit even in the face of four losses. Let’s hope next year will see a better record and an even greater demonstration of school and team spirit. Nathan Heuberger, ’56. Ninety-one First row: — W. Robinson, M. Cabral, J. Correia, J. Pina, B. Behn, R. Benoit, P. Mendell, R. Texeira. Second row: — Coach Entin, A. Texeira, T. Ward, L. Mikalsen, R. Pimental, J. Concan- non, G. Ward, W. Titcomb, Manager A. Augustine and G. Santos. Third row: — K. Lanoue, R. Carl, R. Furnans, S. Drake, L. Medeiros. The 1955-56 basketball season was the most productive for Fairhaven High School in the past five years. Coach Entin’s squad, led by Captain John Pina, racked up eight victories in twelve games. The selection of John Pina to the All-State Dream Squad was a well deserved honor. Two high points of the season were a twenty-seven point conquest of Holy Family’s Class “C” champs and a two point, last second victory over Voke. At the end of the regular season, Coach Entin accepted an invitation to the Bay State Tournament. The Blue swept through this tournament to win the Class “B” title in four games, defeating Falmouth, Randolph, Winthrop, and Concord. To add to the Blue’s laurels, John Pina, Manuel Cabral, and Robert Benoit were selected for the All-Tourney team. Championship Game Fairhaven 49 Barnstable 46 Fairhaven 73 Coyle 53 Fairhaven 64 Holy Family 68 Fairhaven 53 New Bedford 63 Fairhaven 77 Textile J. V. 57 Fairhaven 77 Vocational 86 Fairhaven 58 Textile J. V. 32 Fairhaven 69 Barnstable 58 Fairhaven 84 Holy Family 57 Fairhaven 49 New Bedford 71 Fairhaven 65 Coyle 50 Fairhaven 57 Vocational 55 Fairhaven 78 Lawrence of Falmouth 39 Fairhaven 67 Randolph 42 Fairhaven 40 Winthrop 36 Fairhaven 62 Concord 53 Won — 12 Lost — 4 Gilbert Santos ’56 £ 2 2ll D. Brenneke, K. Lanoue, J. Pina, B. Behn, Coach George Cook. The 1955 Fairhaven High School tennis team, enjoyed an excellent season. It was highlighted by consistent victories and double wins over New Bedford. Led by Captain John Pina, this team was one of the finest ever to grace the courts of Fairhaven High. Much credit must be given to Coach George Cook, who inspired the boys all the way. There is con¬ siderable talent left for next year, with lettennen John Pina, Kenneth Lanoue, Barry Behn, and David Brenneke returning. The coming season looks promising for Coach Cook and his 1956 racket swingers. Nathan Heuberger ’56 Ninety-three 7 jDahzbaLL First row: — K. Lavoue, T. Delano, W. Robinson, J. Correia, E. Sylvia, J. Mottas, J. Piva, A. Texeira. Second row: — J. Razon, R. Benoit, M. Cabral, R. Hall, P. Faria, R. Faria, J. Hubbard, C. Junier, D. Santos, G. Santos, Mr. Clement, coach. The 1955 baseball season was once again a very successful one for Fairhaven High. Coach Alec Clement’s nine came up with their second consecutive good season, winning twelve and losing only four. Led by the All-Bristol County righthanded pitcher, Ray Faria, the team defeated opponent after opponent with zealous determination, narrowly missing an invitation to the Eastern Mass. Baseball Tournament. Things look bright for the 1956 season, when eight lettermen will be returning. Fairhaven 8 Westport 6 Fairhaven 10 Providence Country Day 1 Fairhaven 6 New Bedford 4 Fairhaven 18 Tabor Academy 4 Fairhaven 3 Providence Country Day 0 Fairhaven 2 Vocational 1 Fairhaven 10 Portsmouth Priory 2 Fairhaven 10 Westport 2 Fairhaven 3 Vocational 0 Fairhaven 0 Durfee 7 Fairhaven 1 Portsmouth Priory 0 Fairhaven 0 Durfee 4 Fairhaven 1 New Bedford 6 Gilbert Santos ’56 Ninety-four First row: — P. Mendell, R. Lomba, F. Souza, D. Brenneke, A. Santos, E. Sherman, R. Richard. Second row: — P. Belleveau, P. Goulet, K. Rose, N. Heuberger, J. Radcliffe, L. Peck, L. Jenney, D. Johnson, Coach Ed McDermott. Coach Edward McDermott’s squad of winged-foot trackmen won two meets and lost three in 1955, defeating Barnstable, and Voke and losing to New Bedford, Durfee, and Attleboro. This was an improvement over the 1954 season, and prospects are exceptionally good for the 1956 campaign. Donald Gavin has taken over the coaching duties this year. Six lettermen will be returning: David Brenneke, Antonio Santos, Louis Jenney, Peter Mendell, Nathan Heuberger, and Larry Peck. The sea¬ son’s scores were: Fairhaven 62V2 Barnstable 151 2 Fairhaven 17 Durfee 60 Fairhaven 171 2 Attleboro 591 2 Fairhaven 45 New Bedford Vocational 32 Fairhaven 28 New Bedford 49 Gilbert Santos ’56 Ninety-five (llizz r itzaclz n First row: — Thelma Dahl, Ida Mello, Ann Sherman, July Robinson. Second row: — Janice Surprenant, Susan Leach, Katharine Mahoney. Seven energetic, enthusiastic cheerleaders support the Fairhaven High School athletic teams. Besides displaying and maintaining school spirit, the girls learn to cooperate among themselves and work for a common goal. This year the cheerleading squad has been particularly active. They organized a pep squad to foster interest in athletics and inaugurated neat new basketball uniforms. The Spencer Cheering Tournament was an exciting and happy event with the squad receiving a fifth-place trophy. Five Seniors and two Juniors comprise the squad. The Seniors are Susan Leach, captain; Anne Sherman, Janice Surprenant, Thelma Dahl, and Katharine Mahoney. Ida Mello and Judy Robinson are the Junior members. Joyce Belliveau capably substituted during several games. Cheerleading has become a year-round project, one that plays an im¬ portant part in the school’s athletic program. Katharine Mahoney ’56 Ninety-six Left to right, first row: — Shelia Tunstall, Pat Wrightington, Janice Snook, Faith Alden, Linda Long, Mary Lou Barcellos. Second row: — Pat Richard, Janice Hawkes, Miss Hayes, instructor, Sandra Hogarth, Pat Pimental. The 1955 softball team had a very successful season, especially since there was only one varsity player returning. By hard practice and spirited playing, the girls captured second place in the Narragansett League. They hope for an even better season this year, when they will have many veteran players: Sheila Tunstall, Sylvia Correa, Pat Richard, Betty Monterio, Molly Hamer, Ida Mello, Evelyn Martin, Nancy Page, Linda Long, Barbara Besse, and Gladys Davidsen. The second team deserves applause for winning all but two of their games. Best of luck in the coming season! L. Heuberger ’56 Ninety-seven First row: — R. Downing, F. Hyland, E. Martin. M. Hamer, P. Richard, S. Correa, S. Tunstall, I. Mello, L. DuMaulin, M. Mello. Second row: — C. Rego, J. Calahan, B. Besse, G. Dawdsen, S. Silveira, A. Taylor, Miss Hayes, F. Mello, J. Alden, R. Damm, N. Page, A. Czar, B. Monteiro, J. Piva. Hurrah for our Girls’ Basketball team! We take pride in their placing second in the Narragansett League. We heartily congratulate the indus¬ trious squad. This varsity team, coached by Miss Hayes, was made up of ten spirited girls. These girls practiced twice a week with great enthusiasm and have realized success. The members of the team were Sylvia Correa, captain; Pat Richard, co-captain; Gladys Davidsen, Mary Hamer, Linda Long, Evelyn Martin, Ida Mello, Betty Monteiro, Nancy Page, and Sheila Tunstall. Good luck to you, girls, in your coming season. S. Leach ’56 Ninety-eight tnnsflrs “Effects of courtesy, dues of gratitude King Lear Compliments of 7-UP BOTTLING CO., INC. 4 MIDDLE STREET FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Telephone 2-3248 Compliments of BRUNETTE ' S CAFE Arthine Brunette, Prop. 414 Main St. Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of HARVE ' S SHOE BOX Women’s Famous Make Cancellation Shoes 73 William St. New Bedford, Mass. PERRY THE FLORIST Tel. 2-5318 72 SPRING ST. C. F. 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Tel. 4-9812 Beers — Wines — Groceries ADAMS ST. PKG. STORE 73 Adams St. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 4-1119 — We Deliver Tony Martin, Prop. We Deliver One hundred fourteen i i | HUTTLESTON MOTEL i DOT ' S HAND-CUT DONUTS 1 i | Route 6 — Fairhaven, Mass. i Huttleston Avenue i William and Dorothy Rogers. [ Props. i i I Fairhaven, Mass. j i 21 Varieties Tel. 6-5032 1 i i i - i 1 j Compliments of i i Compliments of TRAFFORD ' S SERVICE STA. J i | A FRIEND 1 Your Mobil - Gas Dealer S H Green Stamps j j i On the Fairhaven Bridge Tel. 2-8265 j | 2 Congratulations to GRADUATES OF 1956 SAUNDERS OIL COMPANY © r-s . i V j 1 Compliments of i Compliments of | | PIERCE AND KILBURN i A FRIEND ! l | 1 j j j ! i One hundred fifteen « 3 • Good Lu ck - Class of 1956 NORLANTIC DIESEL CORPORATION 3 Q G mJ Compliments of BRENNEKE’S PIES " THE PIE THAT MAKES THE MEAL " 100 PARKER STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. Telephone 6-8254 Best Wishes Compliments of Fairhaven Estates of West DR. SOARES Island The Ideal Summer or Year-Round Location in New England’s Vacation - land One hundred sixteen « Compliments of MASON FURNITURE COMPANY, Inc. New England’s Largest Furniture Show Rooms 795 PURCHASE STREET 410 PLYMOUTH AVENUE New Bedford, Mass. Fall River, Mass. For Any Evening Appointment Phone New Bedford 6-8535 KNOTTY PINE CAFE 3164 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of DUMAS ' MARKET 79 Pleasant St. Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of AUBERTINE FUNERAL HOME 129 ALLEN STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. BISAILUON ' S GARAGE My Heartiest Good Wishes to the 24-Hour Wrecker Service 1956 Graduates Official Light Brake Station General Auto Repairing Eleanor Lowell Correa, Painting and Straightening Realtor 653 Washington St. Fairhaven. Mass. Route 6 Mattapoisett, Mass. One hundred seventeen FAIRHAVEN INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS HOME LOANS LIFE INSURANCE One hundred eighteen 3 • DENNIS MAHONEY AND SONS MATTAPOISETT, MASS. Coal - Oil - Lumber - Building Materials r A Compliments of A FRIEND w w 0?ze hundred nineteen ► l -«■»( Compliments of NORMAN’S ATLANTIC STATION 47 HOWLAND ROAD FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Telephone 3-7513 Compliments of MARY’S AUTO DRIVING SCHOOL HYDRAMATIC AND STANDARD SHIFTS Phone 4-5313 MAC’S SODA BAR 116 SCONTICUT NECK ROAD FAIRHAVEN, MASS. Sandwiches — Sundaes — Sodas Everett Macomber and Charles Wordell, Props. HARRIET ' S YARN SHOP 771 Purchase St. New Bedford, Mass. Knitting and Crocheting Instruction Tel. 3-2664 Tel. 2-8988 MANUEL S. VALERIO, Builder 80 Walnut Court Fairhaven, Mass. One hundred twenty Compliments of WAMSUTTA MILLS REMNANT SHOP Acuslmet Avenue at Logan Street New Bedford, Mass. Store Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Thursday and Friday Evenings until 9 p.m. One hundred twenty-one Fairhaven Cleaners Dyers One Hour Service—Cash and Carry 27 Center Street Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 2-9254 WORTHINGTON ' S BAKERY 48 Rodney French Blvd. 2161 Acushnet Ave. New Bedford, Mass. Quality Baked Goods Compliments to the Graduates of 1956 Your Police Chief NORMAN D. SHURTLEFF Compliments of THE ELLEN SHOPPE BAKERY BEST OF LUCK FROM THE FAIRHAVEN VARSITY CLUB os-a e One hundred tiventy-tivo JOHN I. PAULDING, INC. Manufacturers of Electrical Wiring and Devices of Merit I i JOE ' S TEXACO STATION i MAC ' S TIRE AND RIM j Bridge and Middle Streets SERVICE 1 I Fairhaven, Mass. 107 - 109 No. Second Street i Tel. 3-8422 i New Bedford, Mass. j i i PREFONTAIN ' S i j M. D. THOMPSON SONS j Radio — Television Service j 419 Main St. Propeller Adjuster Shafts Straightened Fairhaven, Mass. Home 3-6002 Store 3-3472 2 Union St. Fairhaven, Mass. i i Hilltop Esso Service Station j STINSON CHEVROLET j Gus Vieira, Prop. 1 MARION, MASS. Route 6 j Cor. Sawyer and Mt. Pleasant Sts. j Chevrolet — Sales - Service New Bedford, Mass. 1 j Dial 2-8156 1 Mobilgas j i i One hundred twenty-three » I«»I • -» !-« " _ " cj ® C- Compliments of NATIONAL BANK OF FAIRHAVEN r?50 @ s . Over the River " and Down on the Wharf — to MacLean’s Seafoods FISH - LOBSTERS - SHELLFISH Union Wharf Fairliaven, Mass. I Telephone 7-9358 One hundred twenty-jour MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS - MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS - MUSIC WBSM MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS - MUSIC - NEWS - SPORTS - MUSIC East Fairhaven People ' s Market 758 Washington St. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 4-0504 Groceries — Meats — Frozen Foods Compliments of FAIRHAVEN LUMBER CO. 8 SPRING ST. Fairhaven, Mass. Tel. 3-2611 MARK E. GREENLEAF Plumbing and Heating Sheet Metal Work Tel. 3-1231 93 Allen St. New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of A FRIEND W J One hundred twenty-five ► - » •«»( H Shop Dial 2-3089 Residence Dial 4-8770 L ANGIS Plumbing and Heating EDGAR A. F. LANGIS Master Plumber 712 ACUSHNET AVE. New Bedford, Mass. Complimeyits of GIDLEY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Rubber Chemistry and Technology Fairhaven, Mass. THE MUSIC BOX 1040 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. Compliments of THE GOLDEN RULE OIL CO. ALBERT HEUBERGER, Prop. One hundred twenty-six THE WARREN KAY VANTINE STUDIO 132 BOYLSTON STREET Boston 16, Mass. Official Photographer to the Class of 1956 r _ CHERRY and CO. New Bedford ' s Largest Fashion Specialty Store o One hundred twenty-seven ' - 5 • Compliments of THE NEW BEDFORD HOTEL TRI D GARAGE Compliments of 56 Brigham Street NO. FAIRHAVEN SEA GRILL New Bedford, Mass. 346 Main St. Tel. 3-5327 Fairhaven, Mass. Compliments of Compliments of A FRIEND A FRIEND One hundred tiveyity-eight POOR BROTHERS Registered Jeweler — American Gem Society 196 UNION STREET NEW BEDFORD, MASS. 1 1 j Evening Appointments 1 i i | DELILAH ' S BRIDAL SALON Compliments of Gowns of Distinction LITTLE BAY SUPER MARKET j j 1142 Acushnet Ave. f New Bedford, Mass. Tel. 4-7851 i i i i - i 1 Compliments of i i 1 Compliments of j I ZEITZ THEATERS j i 1 DAHL BROTHERS j New Bedford Fall River i i Newport, R. I. Portland, Maine i i i i i i j HOWLAND POULTRY FARM | | 243 ALDEN ROAD FAIRHAVEN, MASS. j ! Telephone 2-3246 ! One hundred twenty-nine • 5 Our Coffee Stands Out LORRAINE’S For Over Half a Century Greater New Bedford’s Best-Known Name in Coffee 772 Purchase Street.,. ... 1110 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford, Mass. One hundred thirty AN INVESTMENT IN THE FUTURE CONGRATULATIONS to you graduates of Fairhaven High School, Class of June, 1956! The time and effort you have expended in the past school years is an investment which will show dividends in the future. In a way, this advertisement is an investment in the future. We realize that our services are not of interest to you at this time, but exper¬ ience has proven that young people of your calibre will be more successful in obtaining the finer things in life come tomorrow ... It will be then that we hope you will remember MORENCY’S and allow us to furnish you with luxurious Broadlooin Carpeting and highest quality floor coverings. MORENCY FLOOR COVERING COMPANY Floor Covering Specialists One hundred thirty-one i i i j TWO PLACES TO EAT i A. W. MAROTTE 1 1 HERE AND HOME i ! All Kinds of Overhead Doors j • TONY ' S P X Installed and Serviced 1 1 1 CHURCH STREET I Tel. 4-3803 66 Massasoit Ave. I 1 i Mattapoisett, Mass. i j l Fairhaven, Mass. j i i | With Best Wishes i i | RELIABLE ELECTRIC FLOOR Compliments of j SURFACING AND RUG j ( CLEANING CO. i ANDERSON OLSEN, INC. Dial 2-2193 127 Arlington St. i 1 New Bedfor d, Mass. i i Ethel E. Taves Frank W. Taves i Proprietors A i 1 2 1 , 1 j 0 $ • j | SPECIAL SPONSORS FOR THE CLASS OF 1956 j i i I —sffe- | 1 j Al’s Barber Shop I j Dr. James Bolton, Jr. I i j Dr. Manuel G. Camancho { Dr. Bernard 0 G. Davis j A Friend j i Dr. Albert LeClair i i 1 Attorney Lydia B. Nunes j i i i i i i »§» i 1 2 1 I One hundred thirty-two ! 1956 Printing j j 0 | i i i i i i i i i i i i j I ! Reynolds Printing I j INCORPORATED j f t f i i i i i | Cor. William and Second Streets j j New Bedford, Massachusetts i i i i i j Telephones 6-8234 6-8235 One hundred thirty-three Autngraplts “I think 1 know the fine Italian hand ” Twelfth Night itiU [ ' I I 8P J


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