Fitchburg High School - Boulder Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)

 - Class of 1956

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Ryan, Bernard A. Horgan, Raymond M. Petersen, Aramas W. Fillbaclc, Thomas J. Angelopoulos, George F. Peters, RALPH W. HOWARD Assistant Principal Business DEPARTMENT HEADS Commercial Subiects RALPH W. HOWARD English LILLIAN M. TAYLOR History .... HARRY J. BUTLER Languages ARMAND J. DUFOUR . s .v 'fly X N First row, left to right: Stephen T. Woodbury, Dominic B. Guazzo, William M. McDermott, William J. Dooley, Edward Haniian, Herbert J. Sullivan, Rose B. Grasso, Robert O. Mail- loux, Madeline Donovan. Second row: Virginia M. McDermott, Elizabeth A. Clark, A. Mallahy, Margaret.M. Mallahy, Mary M. Taylor, Mary L. O'Connor, Sally Leary, Minot Stewart, Jr., John D. Oliva. Third row: Edward D. Sullivan, Francis A. Sheehan, Leslie O. Griffiths, Leo T. Carney, Russell R. Cook, Harold L. Flynn, John S. Lukas, Clifford A. Gilbert, Richard B. Palmer, Francis T. Kielty. Absent from picture: John L. Kenny, Herbert P. Sullivan, Lillian M. Taylor. DEPARTMENT HEADS Manual Arts , ,, . WILLIAM M. MCDERMOTT Mathematics ..... NICHOLAS G. RUBERTI 9 fm Music .. ......... ........ . . EDWARD HANJIAN Physical Education . . . .. MARTIN J. MCDONOUGH Science . . . .... .............. C ARL W. PERKINS STEPHEN T. WOODBURY Assistant Principal Academic -- 0- .......y..,, MM . M'-.......,.,., www-ra.. , .MW .M E gpg 53364 VW' ' X. 1 gf? '7WEf'. k ,.-.,'-L... ?'f 25 H Q W4 'X Qu P y," mf 1 x -unc: - f-unsung -,uso nn Q ijt vw a-S 1-Q W . .,..... . ' SQL " ' W Q- ,. .Q :L ar , , .Q ' , '1' P 3 f 3, Qi, gli 'K 5 ,W ' N 5 ,M V ,ff " ,gs--A - . , f , ,. . U Iv -5,g,,M "" . 'qf N M , X 1. Q . i , . .. .... .1.,ff..' , Q, tim' if 4 i . X Q 7, I, 5 . , -.V 1: h 19 . bf, Y A '-v3..Q.,....,. l ' ' Q . ,. . sz Y is M Q .-:. .5 2 A 1 QUOTATIONS Kathleen Aubuchon June Bishop Carol Cefalo Barbara Clark Beverly Tally Judy Dexter Joyce Evashousky Elaine Gay Carmen Hartford Sandra Henricson Helen Drepanos Ann Hooper Nancy Johnson Marsha Karsh Carol Kubiac Theresa LeBlanc Judy Metivier BOU LDER STAFF Co-Editor ,, ,, I ,PAUL WAGNER Co-Editor ,u,, , JUDY EYLES Assistant Editor H ,L MARJORIE SIMON Beverly Porter Norma Rivers Myrna Rosenbaum Virginia Russo Carol Woods ART Sandra O'Day Sally Congram TYPING Sandra Sweeney Gloria Lahti Nancy Comforte BUSINESS Barbara Bonnallie Doris Peltola Kenneth Caron Toby Chitoff Robert Daulton Margaret Jarvi Sandra Martin ACTIVITIES James Sheppard Patricia Paterson David Park John Pasanen Lorraine Pelletier Marilyn Taylor Nancy Weinhold Linda Sumner Dianne Lamarre Lou Favini Donald MacLean Robert Quinn ii Q! ...Q--" X X X 7 M XX ,V V ' 1 I I X XSNNEA VJFWA A QLA99 f 956 Ni Q' Wim lf SALLIE ANN CONGRAM Her lolllness knows no end She rs to everyone a fnend Future Plans College Softball 3 A Volleyball 3 Tenms 4 Booster 1 3 A Opereffa 2 3 4 Record 3 Dramahc 2 3 A Class Color Commuttee 3 Class Mono Com mmee 3 Class Rang Commllfee 3 Juruor Prom 3 Class Offlcer 3 4 Boulder Chorus 2 S1udenT Council 2 Usher 2 3 A p!?'1'l 'WC J A 1 1, -t l l W' " ' rl-ill ll ' ,J .'. V A rj aj, s , A flu I- Pl If 'rf lf", U KENNETH WALTER CARON He possesses the sfrengfh of a leader fhe warmth of a frlend Future Plans Certified Publlc Accountant Football 3 A JunlorSemor Relay 3 Track 3 Class Color Commmee 3 Class Moflo Commutfee Class Ring Commmee 3 Jumor Prom Com mmee 3 Boulder 4 Junnor Aclfnevernent 3 Usher 3 Class Offncer 3 A W lllfflw WWA l NANCY DORIS JOHNSON Modesty is the citadel for beauty and virtue. Future Plans: Teachers College. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Record Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Boulder 4, Choraleers 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Home Room Representative 2, 3, 4, Usher 3, Student Council 25 Class Officer if Mt nilyfygjujf ti, we fl My Oy JAMES RICHARD SHEPPARD None know him but to love him None name him but to praise Future Plans Aviation Pilot Basketball 3 JuniorSenior Relay 3 Track 3 Operetta Club 2 Record Club 3 Dramatic Club 3 Class Color Commitete 3 Class Motto Committee 3 Class Ring Committee 3 Junior Prom 3 Boys State Alternate 3 Band 2 Boulder 4 Chorus 3 Competitive Plays 3 JunlorSenlor Christmas Party 3 Usher 3 Class Officer 3 4 3,4. x c . ' W y 4, 6 L' L. 1 ll 0 I O U , l t . J, ,il r ffl sr' f ' fl 3 " Pj l ff 'l ll f , ' , at M I Q. ,lf 1 .f U if 45M . I X. !!1 C 5- X ,gg f 'Hr'-W I. l U Nvlfy xy: gale ,. .O R X. 5 E JOAesCQRl'ihK llfllrtxxle ll ALICE ANDERSON RODNEY EVERETT ANDERSON Tllevgks Oth shioh Emold of form. il. C N O A blush is the color of virtue. l could sit On, untroubled. ,jfbiure SEX: V w Future Plans: Nursing. Future Plans: U. S. Navy or lndustry. ls, , f. . . I I B55-l46ll1l 2 D"5l'laT'C OUR 3' 42 JUWOV Softball 35 Basketball 2, 35 Volleyball 2, Debating Club 2, Record Club 3, Chorus 2g Prom NCD ae 3, Junior-Senior Christ, 3g Operetta Club 2, 3: 0655 MOTY0: Band Competitive Plays P3, 4. maslparfyrxgf 2, 3, Chorus 2, 39 Choraleers 2, 3, 4, , x aj i 'l . , ,,. t, V, JN- Alternate Home Room Representative 2g IM' ,L ' i N5-OU I 1,2 4 Orchestra. I V, K QT ,A 'L by f,L"'.-. ', , I ,Za ,. To il I lv: . ' lf I ll" 1 Wil.LiAM NELSON ANDERSON as a mang take him for all in all, We shall never see his like again. Future Plans: College or U. S. Navy. Football 2, 3g Junior-Senior Relay 35 Sen- io Reception to the Faculty, Band 25 Home Room Representative A. I lVlAURlCE WiLLiAivi ANDREASSON , lt is the qutet vvorlcer who succeeds. Future Plans: Worcester Trade School. Receptionist 3. W Ari-+L ' ORE Ausuci-iON All the world is a stage. Future Plans: Secretarial School. Booster Club 4, Record Club 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Ag Thanksgiving Dance Com- mittee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3g Boulder A, Chorus 21 Junior-Senior Christ' mas Party 3. I 'hm 9 -nag f?"""'a W? EDWIN FREDERICK AYLOTT His presence lends its warmth to all who come before it. ' Future Plans: Radio and Television Class Ring Committee- Alter ate room Represe-ntat've JunI r iev I Wiatr m.m3.li9,ly'fg . fiilillifl I. I . THOMAS JOHN BAILEY As prone to mischief, as able to perform it. Future Plans: Service. Football 2, 3, 4, Record Club 4, Chorus 27 Competitive Plays 2. PAULINE MARGERY AYLOTT Quiet and modest she goes her way. Future Plans: Secretary. Volleyball 3, Tennis 2, 3, Dramatic Club 35 Record Club 3, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Census Committee 3, Class Color Committee 3, Junior Achievement 3. ANTHONY AUGUSTlNE BALDUCCI l've taken my fun where l've found it. Future Plans: Undecided. Football 2, 3, Junior-Senior Relay 3. AAp,fJ , in f fbgrus 2. lllf if t I BRUNA ANTONIA BAGGIO Speak softly and smile sweetly. Future Plans: Business College. Debating Club 3, 4, , - - ,Q vf.fff1-aff, in ML wry, . K A ' f' L- Iffr,59,Z if L'fg,,L,Z-1 0,3595- E. 1' , 7: F ,U I Lf'-" 671' bl XL c 7 L' KZ C715 . .-effkuf ff ff fa NoRIvIA YoL 'ND BATTISTELLA Quiet peQson! I lc med everywhere. Fu ure Pl tess, etb l Yfflleyball 2, g Class Colo Cl I I .fulfill l ll Y PHYLLIS FAY BAuM Personality, a gleaming smile, an active mind, a friend worthwhile. Future Plans: Secretary. Operetta 2g Junior-Senior Relay Commlttee 3g Chorus 3. PAUL RAYMOND BISBEE A brother is a friend given by Future Plans: lndustry. 4 nature. . , 1 4. ' Uh E, mi' WEBB BENNETT :nan 'mall have many friends. Plank echnological School. Club 4, Thanksgiving A5 Usher -1. pf Al 'YT l' , l JUNEQANNE RUTH BYSHOP A girl with spirm a girl with pepl A finer friend has nor been known yet. Future Plans? -Nursing! I Basketball 8, 4g Velleyball 2, 3, Ag Tennis 4, Debating Club 2, 3, 47 Operetta Club 35 Record ,Club 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 JunlofiSenior' Relay Committee 3: Homei room' Representative 47 Usher 3. ,I I , l 1 ' XJ ,,:wn c-MQ' ,7 E 'd I XF , ml ' xC'l L VK i' D , Bio", ,f QV ' , 0 , fi it 1 A L l,DV xr Vx .I 6 47 ix- X lllfllo J NC YJ' . xt' ,eip l A lf Z E V xl I? X rfb? for igparm N51"Q4Og Hume A wit a kqeplsfthefblues away, ,, l. l ' - , Future Plarls: ervnegf, then college. Orchestra YM, ,Band Ag Choraleers 3 Chorus 2, 3, 4. L if if-sv BARBARA LOUISE BONNALLIE BETTY JANE BOUCHER ELIE JOSEPH 'BOUCWER You all know her-happy, full of fun5 She Her quiet and unassuming manner brings ln qujetnesfand confidence shall be your coaxes a smile from everyone. , forth her pleasant way. stren th. Vs Future Plans: College. Future Plans: Marriage and secretarial Fut e Plansz,'Ll. S. Navy. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Work- fB5nd 2., Dramatics Club 2, 3, 45 Boo Club, Lf it fi ' 3, 45 Operetta Club 2, 3, 45 u XE ,gg 3, 45 Junior Prom Committ ,35 Ju Q J Senior Relay Committee 35 vlng 5:-lk 1, Dance Committee 45 Maiorette 3, 45 M -J 2, 3, 45 Choraleers 2, 3, A5 Hoi?Tex'ROOrp,..S..f S-. Representative 25 JuniOr'Senior Reprbsihsa rs f tive 25 Junior-Senior Christmas Partyneiifp N' Competitive Plays 35 Red and Gray Board k.,., - 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Usher 35 Stu- 3 dent Council Census 3. ROBERT HENRY BOuc'1ER He is often seen, but seldom heard. Future Plans: Undecided. Football 25 Competitive Plays 3. Ni' F5 ff 'xii ia, 'fix-MFI' ., salsa 5 Wfzff 7, gig.: - ffkilf t MYRNA ANN BOURDEAU A girl with a smile, a joke, an ly "hello" for everyone. Future Plans: Women's Air Force. Volleyball 2, 3. 1 . I. - lf X 1' -' f . A fill ' fly! Ml EDWIN GORDON BOWERS Cl 6 friend- I Still waters run deep. Future Plans: Salesman. Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4 it ' lvl f l -,Wt JP. X MARY LORD BOYER A qurer worder a steadfast frrend Future Plans Teachers College V eyball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4- Re- cord Club 3 Operetta Club 2 3 Chorus Q' BREAU SIEGFRIED FRITZ BuRsCH The plain hrgh road of finance Future Plans U S Servece NANCY MATILDA CALDWELL Quiet, but industrious. Future Plans: Childnurse. Y Opereita Club 2 Chorus 2 , ' 5' ,I ,-lid 'lf , '4' fl '-'IVV' if " J V l L' . ' ' ' Q7 J Lai ' 4j7U,9,,Lff M. fluid rfb' I .. 17 , 4 4. L. V f :ut 7 F, , . Oll r , : , , , I r I 2, 3. 1 . wx , ,N Q, L is s RICHARD ALLEN YOUXI g 6 Wherever you o , better fr o ll never know. Future Pan ' U. ance ommitt lf i es. Jun vj'Cgiving 4 Lt L3 1 K .. fm i, .yifiwq ,afrgvgrq 3 . L , rz-1254 + V. , ,Lay ,ty - f,Rgg,1l,f,fe,3ff , FW ' wiwfgiif- -wiv 'rx wr- 4 rw' Wfw ' MARY JOAN CAMPBELL Most of the world's progress has come out of quietness. f X1 f ! 'I RU +C l mt C O I O U 1 U U Q 2 fn? ' ZQWP JOHN CARD He looks rather quiet, but you can't al- ways go by appearances. Future Plans: U. S. Army. Junior-Senior Relay 3, 4, Tennis 25 Track 2, Junior Achievement, Usher 2, 3. 2. l . Ill: . 4 l -V Ll 1' - I I ' i . VlRQINlI,'x CLAU A CA'SsiNAsfi'J A good dispixsifibh is J'lllOf9 valuable 'than 'l gold, - i .I ' Fut-ore Plans: Nursing. vaiigyiaii ,ts, 4, Basketball zfofamaiic Qlub 2,k g Junior Prom Committee 3g Jur1iopSenior Christmas Party 37 Malorette 3,Vdj Chorus 2, Boulder 4, Home Room Representative 2. L t ,-.wsu in Wkre . R' CZ, il, 1 at 5 ,.04""Si -I3-tfs'-' , Leo HENRY CARDINAL Pleasing to all, annoying to none. J mcg! and faking, Future Plans: Printer. Secretarial work. Football 2 Track 2' Junior Prom Committee 3. bt 'X x al ll X tl , , L ,ff, 1 'astra' .- Q,- X vi PU' JY' 5 wtf, V 0,3 W N. H' lb .J-V N X01 L af ,Xl N K 'Xi V CAROL Sue CEFALO , Joi-im von A girl with spirit, a girl with pep, a an finer friend you've never met. Future Plans: Business College. Committee Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 2, Softball 3, - I Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Debating Club 4, Record Club 3, Junior Achievement 3, , Boulder 4. V x .fr L rirfxx W it Toav CHITOFF Her eyes are of a bluish hue, and when she smiles, come dimples, too. Future Plans: College. Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, A, Tennis 2, Record Club 3, A, Operetta Club 2, Debating Club 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Class Color Committee 3, Band 2, Choraleers 2, Boul- der 4, Chorus 2. , ,, 4 ,iffy NANCY RARE COMFORTE Devout, yet cheerful, active, yet resigned. Future Plans: Secretarial work. Volleyball 3, A, Debating Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Junior Prom 3, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Boulder 4, Junior Achieve- ment 4, School Census 3, Student Guide A. s 'E l, Cf L ,. , . V , l 1 ' " - I u X. 1 . v L . BARBARA Louise CQIARKVL, xfil' xl l- ' 'lL5,ib2YlALvviN COLLINS t I Beauty, vim, and vigorimildlrvfdo MQ? if i' l"1 dire, da all that becomes a man. describe he" H rwfl' aNX'N I Qbtiire Plans: College. Future PIBVWSI College, riqlyy, xll' E LL Football 3, 4, Junior-Senior Christmas Party Volleyball 3, 4, Basketball 3, A, Telbnls S+ 3, gegepfgonisf 3, A, Record Club 2, 3, 4, Operettailfkiub 3,'l!' LVL A, Debating Club 4, Dramatic CluhNY, 1 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance Comnmg le 4, Junior-Senior Relay Committee CZ, iuniorskwl, Prom Committee 3, Class Dues Com ittee 3, 4, Boulder 4, Red and Gray Board, Usha er 3. K I I t WILLIAM EDWARD CONNORS TER QQARAD l'll be merry, l'll be free, l'll be sad for Good llturegrd od sense must ever nobody. : joi .. - , Future Plans Pharmacist xl u e ans Navy : . 't r : N. . . 1 I Junior-Senior Relay 3, Track 3, Class Ring Footklallxl 3, ' "Mk 27 O 9b9:Club 2, Committee 3, Junior Prom Committee 3 LL! i , wer 2 f Re pt' ist 3, Junior- 3 A f ' , G Band 2, Home Room Representative 2, iorjgfwc , - ' 3, Orchestra 2, Competitive Plays 4. fo 'Q Jscx l 01 1' I is 'IM 5 i '95 iv' r DALE KERWIN COUSINS ANTHONY JOSEPH CRISTOFONO CORNEUA ANN CURRAN His presence brightens even the dullest Ah, Why 51-,ould We all labor be! Calmness is a great advantage. . day- Future Plans: Undecided. FUTUVS Plans! NU"5ln9- 6 Future Plans: U.S. Air Force. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 4: Junior-Senior Record Club 31 Ai OPe'e?!'ClU H3 7 . Relay 314- Debating Club 3, A, Inks' in n pei QQ, , A-lAZA1,.y'li4 Committeily 13. if f,"'r'1ffC4f'lf' fIf..fZ ll-. 'tv' jf! J, . i J V I , 'Q - . ' 'A 1 A A -. ,Jay f f un a X , fi X! ,A LJ I ' J U, 1 , ' . ' FJ f I JOHN COLEORD DAUOHNEY Be content to seem what you really Future Plans: U.S. Air Force. Track A, Junior Achievement 3. SVG. ROBERT EDWARD DAULTON The reason firm, a temberate will, en- durance, foresight, strength, and skill. Future Plans: Barber School. Junior-Senior Relay 3, Operetta Club 3, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Band 2, 3. 4, Boulder 4, Choraleers 3, 4, Home Room Representative 4, Alternate Home Room Representative 2, Competitive Plays 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3. :IM 1. i f PAUL EON DEBONVILLE Little it matters what the size! His true, good value we realize Future Plans, U.S. Postal Clerk. of .. if ff . Lp- ... are 'NJ --uf 'RK' . NANCY ANN DELISLE Life IS not life at all without delight Future Plans College Volleyball 2 3 Basketball 2 3 Booster Club A Debatung Club 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 JunlorSenuor Christmas Party 3 Junior Senior Relay Committee 3 oot ball Refreshment Committee 3 4 400 J wi-ffiue gy!! MELVIN BRUCE DOUGLAS 'L A quiet mannered lad with mischief in his eye. Future Plans: U.S. Navy. Mb M Y .wltwfwwi JUDITH MANNING DEXTER RALPH ANTHONY DOMINIC As the bright sun glorifles the sky s s her face illummd by her eye Future Plans Secretary Volleyball 2 3 Basketball 2 Debating Club 2 Operetta Club 2 Dramatics 2 3 4 Junior Literary Club 3 Spring Fung Publicity Committee 3 .lunuor Prom 3 .luruorSemor Chrlstmas Party 3 Boulder 4 Chorus 2 Choraleers 2 Red and Gray 3 4 Student Council 3 Usher 3 Student Councrl Census 3 HELEN Louise DREPANOS Beauteous she shines among the rapt' tall straight slend r with all the gralhs blest. Future Plans: ' ecretarlal Collegei Volleyball 2 3 4- Basketball 2 3 4- Ten- ' 2 3 V ' Operetta Club 3- Record Club 3- Dramatic Club 2 3- Th nksgiving Dance Committee 4- urlior-Senio Bar-b-qC mit- t nior ,Reception to the Faculty 4' el' . '- X . l like fun like everyone Future Plans College as etball 3 Football A Tnnis 2 Dramatic Club 3 Operetta 2 3 Record Club 3 Chorus 2 3 Choraleers 2 Usher 3 Competitive Plays 3 jaw JUL' .ff Ja LEONARD GREGORY DULING Mischief thou are afoot. Future Plans: U.S. Marines. Track 3. WNW MG 47 W' ASE NORMAN CLARENCE EDSON JQSEPH THOMAS ETHIER M WISPOS to a treasur Books have thefr own fate UTS He most ltves who thmks most feels the nd' gyms. Bust Future Plans U S Marines U0bl9Sf acts 'he best Softball, 3 Ch Future Plans US Armed Servlce xx FRANCES ETHIER 5 LA E EVASHOUSKY UD T A LES and safe silence never beq S ho s richly bless Plans Office work Rmg Commnttee 3 ly!! Wfthf a of frtends and ess UFC T15 O 6 6 7.1 ey Bas etb 3 4 Booster u anksgu g Dance Commnt f 1 X e h mas Party eere er 2 A Chorus 3 Ho oo Rep ntatlve 2 Senior Re all to the cu Web if sv Laugh: happy heart and an ln convent nt blus Future lans College Record Club 3 4 Sk: Club 4 Dramatc Club 4 Competmve Plays A Class Color Commlttee 3 Class Rmg Committee 3 4 .lumor Prom Commlttee 3 Boulder 4 Homeroom Representative 2 Alternate Homeroom Representatlve 3 JumorSemor Christmas Party 3 Red and Gray Board 3 4 Student Counctl A lf 1f."""' N-...nf Ku! HAZEL FRANCES FAGAN OBERT ANKLIN FAIR NKS Carefree as the wind am I. From ph crown of his head 'Y Record Club 3' Dramatic Club 3- Junior Ure lHS: Un eci . uture Plans: College or U,S. Service. Prom Committee 3. C .i jglf , rl WILLIAM GEORGE FERGUSON Friends are found everywhere, but as true as he. few Lou JOSEPH FAVINI With sparkling bits of humor he drives Ompetitiv Omer A otball 3 - Track 3, 4: .Junior-Senior sentative 3. Relay 3 4- Record Club 3: Class Motto j ,, Y x, K' 5 f' is fu ' l fl 1 P Sh' Lois ANN FERRAZZA ' Beauty is a natural superiority. Future Plans: Secretary. 3- Boulder 4. JAMES MORTON Fu.z Who hears music, feels his solitude peopled at once. Future Plans: Secretarial work. of his foot, ' mirt " the blues away. , I Fut d l s , : Fo , 4, l fill l i ill 'I X J X L rx Future Plans: U.S. Navy. Basketball 2. Volleyball 2: Debating Club 4: Operetta Club 2: Record Club 35 Junior Achieve- ment 3. i Future Plans: Undecided. Jie Q7 3 JUDITH ELEANOR FISCHER WALTER LEVWS Fl-,ET ANK The svveelesr manner and fhe genflesr Good fhlngs c?'?'e'fl'l plea les' heart. Future Plansflneluslry V uns: Ckflle e. ll Fulure Plans: College. Junior Prom Commkljee 3. U. Ry, K aseball Juni r-Svni rlkela ' Record ,W - , ,g ,V , Q , 2 I I . . Volleyball 2, :lf Tennis 2, 3: ope-fella Club lf jf lvi l 1 lub 311 f C555 O f 4' T '15 59'V"'9 2, 3, Record Club 2, af chorus 2, af com. f -l A. l' 5 ".,- lyme C mm' fee ' petllive Plays 4. A V lf" A l I J- ' l l f l Q ' 0 l K li .J If y . all , Yp l 'lil ll , ' Q . V l ' ., Jl A Y Wpl' l l 'ul LA ENC HN Fo IN CYNTHIA ANN Foss BARBARA ANNE FOURNIER Lgughing, ay, and full 1 fum lle's ever A sunny smile as she passes by. She mal' look Seflol-'52 She may look Shy! eady en ffollfls b9QU'l- Future Plans: Moody Bible lnstitule buf Shels full of fun' Twin you and I' Fulune lGf1Sr UA5- NBVY Volleyball 2- Thanksgiving Dance 4- Usl'l- Fuwre Plans: Medlcal Secretary' Jullfflr Prom Commiltee 3, er 3. Volleyball 2. a Q ,V - . l , C.ECllLE JIEANETTE FRECHETTE Tnoll .Url small, but tlwciu slvalt grow Future Plans, Governess Record Club 34-4, Junior ,D-clwievement 3, -1 - n X J 'Dil' v Q' -. -f W it " Wa of , L' -it L ,r - f l.. FIV Gr, Il, x Ls jc ' i A lf' ' 1 : I , n , , kr J tv A l ' : - at J ft ' - r rr , 1 fi 'V p I-'V 'ul' J if-f' bk ,ff Y X If V , 1 . I r by ,ivy ,A V , F I -, , J if X - ' ff U if' LJQANNETTE MARIA GALLANT Whose little body lodges a mighty mind. Future Plans: Worcester Girls' Trade School fl'-lairdressing. Record Club 3g Chorus 2, 3. '51-m,- LESTER OSWALD FRISCH WILLIAM JOHN Fumomc Silence brings friendship. God gave us some faults to make us men. Future Plans: US Air Force cr Aviation P pwwe plans l,,dU5,W' Sclwool , - 1 af .Mf ,QL -,Q 1, .. - . 7 4,- ELAINE NANCY GAY I chatter, chatter as I go. Future Plans: Stenograplner or Medical Secretary, Volleyball 2, 3g Basketball 2, 35 Tennis 2, Debating Club 2, 35 Record Club 3g Drama- tic Club 2, 3, 2 , 1,31 ALEX GELEP I am very fond of the company of ladies Future Plans: Indetinite. Record Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3, A Junior-Senior Christmas Party 3. Pi-iiLiP ROLAND GENDRON Good nature is a special charm that wins a host of friends Future Plans Business College U Navy Junior Senior Barbq Committee 3 Band 3 Orchestra 2 3 Usher QE? will .1-'ff' fff 14, RITA GOODNOW it A smile is worth forty frowns. Future Plans: Homemaker. look upon nice to know Future Plans Hairdresser Volleyball 2 Debating Club 2 Chorus A , aeeaaaaai 431 www? I .C in .L ,A Q , BETTE Louise Gooospeeo Joy is not in things' it is in us. Future Plans: Laboratory Technician. eyball 3- Tennis 2 3' B d 2 - Chorus 2 3 4- Choraleers 2 3 4' Con- cert Band 2 3 4- National Poetry Award 3. Iliff' M iw!!! CJ i.iA ANN GLODE MAA? E GOODNbW A folly good sport Future Plans Undecided Operetta Club 2 3 Record Club Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4 'ati' il l Jw4frM'?'l , ff ,ff ANTHONY Joseph NATA Be good and you will be lonesome. Future Plans: Barber. otball 2 3' Baseball 2 4' Jun' - Senior Relay 3- Record Club 3. WlLLIAM GEORGE GRAY He had an eye rhar coul speak ARTHUR WALTER GULLIVER Be merry if you are wise, Though his Tongue was sil nt- If Future Plans: U.S. Air Force. I ff , Fulure Plans Us F or FIT Burg Sentinel Footbal 3 pipnaqerl! 'Drpmgric fluh 4, DONALD JAMES HAOER My only books y , n follys all 1 QP T . F ure Pl s Ext i f Senior Rela 4 Record Club 3, Junior Achievement 3, 4. fJ3,Q,,1.AJx-9 1 1 ROBERT GEORGE HAMEL 1 f Tell that ro vhe Marines, the sailovsqwo pg, believe ir. R ulure Plans: U.S. avy. -'kiylqx' PPVY! Baseball 3. ,X ,ip-' A by M'-' -I , . . ' V- 'i. ,' vw-V -rw, ' , To s f . ,. a ,X Y, , N vw . I, 5 E, , L , , W' - 1 , V X V' ,B f , v, ' 1 . X. 5 A ' - li -' i : l . .jlr fied , ' , V 1 E "ll H N U ' l I 2 I A fi W ,A J i W i V W 1 JT 4 w- ! :J xA, ,. ! ,V v iv 1 A if f ' 1 j I, 1 ,J wax n's I A cl ' I ve gh 1, ut Ile F aff F N r 1 L A F all , , fb ni y 3 X ,wx ' X2 , Cl oof i gf N rl Y D l - ' 5 , f f ffl l , P Q A fllg, 'L T ll f L , " ll f fx In l 47 Ty , l 0 y 1 ll 1 QQ PETER PAUL HAENISCH 4 Le? a man practice rhe profession whirh he knows besrf Future Plans: U.S. Navy. . I X CARMEN ELAINE HARTFORDF-' , 1 , I Music is said ro be the sp cb Oflafgels. FuTure Plans: Nursing. N L Volleyball 2, 3, Bask6'1b5U.7,"l'ennis 2, 3, 4, Softball 3,,0perem,01ub 2, 3, 4, Rad cord Cub 3? KA, Dyamnafic Club f2, 3, 4, Ch 'ublff 3, 4, Band 3, 4, oychesifa 3, 4 J . ' f -.- ,lf ' 4: Allin ACN PERRY MALERT HAYMANN Worry never clouds hls cheerful thoughts Future Plans Buslness I V ff' 9 I SAND KMNN HENRICSON Sometfrngs qUl6f sometlmes gay She has a moo for every day Future Plans Llberal Arts College Volleyball 3 Basketball 2 3 Tenrlls 3 4 Debatlng Club 3 A Record Club 3 Thanks QIVIDQ Dance Commlttee 4 Class Rlng Commlttee 3 JUHIOY Prom Commlttee 3 Boulder 4 Alternate Home Room Rep resentatlve 3 4 Natlonal Poetry Award 3 lr Arn? JUDITH ELAINE HEINO S e ls pretty to walk wlth Wlffy to talk Future Plans Halrdresser or Dental Hygl enlst Volleyball 2 3 A Basketball 3 4 Dramatlc Club 2 3 Debatlng Club 2 .lunlorSenlor Relay Commlttee 3 Alternate Home Room Representatlve 2 Malorette 3 4 A Llglxl IDA l'lELlN A glrl Ilght hearted and content I wander through' thelvlhlfd Future PWM Undeclded Softball!2 Volleyball 2 3 Basketball 2 Tennls 2 Operetta Club 2 3 Record Club 3 Dramatlc 2 Class Dues Commlttee 3 Junlor Prom Commlttee 3 CHARLES DOUGLAS HERAl.A Cl-lA LES AMES Pl SEAM, III He IS often seen but seldom heard k e Wlf a WISS I and an answer Future Plans U S Alr Force l '74 feadl' Junlor Senlor Relay 3 Record Club 3 Ure P Eff 9 Junlor Senlor Barbq Commlttee 3 Junlor Football ,wnlors or Rel 4 Un Achlevement 3 fur e Bar b o ml '11 Y"-M., Sf BEVERLY ANN HILL Laughing eyes a merry smile and a merry heart Future Plans Marriage and office work Fuwkjmans Industrial Arts :tc urg Volleyball 2 Receptionist 3 5' e'IeaChe'5 College if L A Q ' 3 WJ L E SHEILAH manfi th oughly well or amz 1 in a sense of m ,ff eeteeerwfiilemeeiet ee? eel? Q are fr W W5 fm E'-'ZABETH HQOPER- '- , JOHN LLEWELLYN HOPE 3 DERUP Z irtue is more fair 'when it'-appears Speech is great but silence is greater. ajynny diswfbafgn is eyeagure, beaU'lfUl Pefsofl- " Future Plans: Undecided. PUNT : Futu Plans: College. U ' etball 2 3 4- oleyball 2 - Tennis 2 3- Dramatic Club 2 3 4- Record Club 3- Class Rin Committee 3 4- Com- 9 petmve Plays 4' Red and Gray Board 3 4- Home Room Representative 2- Alternate Home Room Representative 3 4- Boulder 4. er Re simile uowl Saww 90024 JOAN ANITA lRvvlN No? foo serrous not foo gay A good companion ln every way Future Plans College Ba efball 2 3 4 Volleyball 2 3 4 Oper etta Club 2 4 Class Motto Comrmftee 4 Tlnanksguvlng Dance Commntee 4 Band 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Censu JOHN VVILLIA J NES L, l fry all 1 gleg a hreve whar I can uwr lans dustry, vfllu r :OMC s!ma'SlXParTy 3 x L , l,f MARGARET ANNE JARVI LLIAN OHNSON Success follows SSFHGSY efforr Fuyule Plans, Collegej Volleyball 2 3 -1 Basketball 3 A Dramalrc Clu 2 3 A pereltar Club 2 3 Rec rd Club 314 lags Dues Cornmrftee 3 Juviaor Sensor Barbq Committee 3 COFYVPVTITIVS Plays 3 Bouldefld, Chorus 2 3 Cboraleers 2 3 Af Red and Gray Board 3 4 WALTER THOMAs JORDAN When he speaks he speaks hrs mlnd And more weighty speeches you cannor find Future Plans Undecrdecl Fo iball 2 3 4 .lunlorSenuor Relay 3 4 Record Club 3 Dramafrc Club 3 Junior Prom Commmee 3 JunrorSenuor Chrustrnas Parry 3 S s eel' bush of bashfulness Future Pla Undeclcled Volle T nnls afnng Club perett C u pefmve RONALD EUGENE KAMPPURI A yoke a day keeps the blues away Future Plans US Army Basketball 3 Football 3 Record Club 3 l u , :Q j wr, 'hd Ma' f' . f ls . f I' 3 X f'-X -I ., A ' ' . . J 0- 'J A .. . .. .,-MIX V A N l rl , ' ' . I o l 1 ' . 2 ' lk." l. ,f 3 rf ' ' 1.4 ' sk ,,: rf: ' h, , 50' ',g 'o 2 eu.b3g ra lc lb3,4g , z A s ' f C ' f 'Jr ' ' s 3, r 1 ' l . 4 - l . 1 4 . . 2' ' 7 r f 7 53s I if f 2 lsr ssrrlre A fi rrle P ' 'lsl ' A ' a 3 gall LC A in 3 I ' I ' , I ' ' , ' "V, , if' - ' A." Q 3 , .u - 1, , 1 A . . 'o n' ' . L, ' ' F I . X I -D l xl QL! 1 I ' ly full L1 ,f Q ,v ' x , - ' - ' ' 3 E 'Y' ,ff , ' . . . ' . ' lvl -' I ' Q J gf' . lm . lt WILLIAM MARCUS KANDIANIS Good nature is a special charm Future Plans College 2 A Operetta Club 2 Recor Cu 3 Dramatic Club 2 3 A Chorus 2 sher 3 Competitive Plays 4 Visual Aids MARSHA DOROTHY KARSH Dark hair, dark eyes-a pleasant combina- tion, Future Plans: Stevens Business College. Dramatic Club 3, 4, Operetta Club 2, 3, 4, Record Club 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Junior Achievement 35 Boul- der 4, Usher 4. 'Nl Q17 tt- lrfl We Ml f ilrllf lj!! VYN V. EVELYN RAE KAuLi:-:ACK She can be imitated by none, nor parallel ed by any but herself. Future Plans: Secretary. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Ag Class Ring Corn mittee 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3 Chorus 2, Alternate Home Room Repre sentative 3g Competitive Plays 3. , ' A vo " My rf I JAMES CHESTER KELLEHER P i Al K CY f 'X ll JOHN MAL L KELLY l care but little for the serious side of life. is yo lea ' d mile The care if not bother me. Future Plans: U. S. Armed Forces. yohugf ' 'W keg Sun eff Futurxalansxlbus ss School. Junior Achievement 3 A' Record Club 3. W e' -' , f ff X O KJ Fat ang. l I i' of V ey J , ,4- etb HA, - t- bal , 4, e Club , 3, cord Club 45 u 35 Ju ' r Ac evement a, 4. .X 'gy' , X0 if .5 R 'fi, V . 3 5 fl! ,K V I' NRADL lAl4XLTER'KENDRA The forte cigars Lv-frm merrr malv,5 hrs wax -J Fu?urgJPIans: Annapolis-U.S Naval Acad CIT1b,J ! Basketball Ag Junior-Senior Relay 3' ffennis S, -'lf Opererta Club 2, Band 2, Chorus 2g Orchestra 25 Usher 3g Alfernave to Boys' Stale. -x f-. ijfx' JJ xr! ,lf A L DDE R Nl?-ia y ar ll l . . ' 'lg from care"l,"am free F lure law: llmefor .lDecoral'n S l l Kg A af w X , r g moo ra uc C 1 lub Sy Julvlor Prom Commit ee X 3' ceptllnlsf If lf ,, lfff-f 1' , 'f N 1. 11 f law Gly x 9' ,,1 f If 'Q XQT KENN ff EDWARD LAWRENCE KENYON the tg "' all alucur A happy mam shall have many frrfh 5 7 ll l SCL-ml' Future Plans: Urmdecldecl. orce for fade School- JUDY MAY Klmsev 3g Basketball 37 Majors Me 3, 4. r A 'J fx -Vi x NUS ' lg: V41 ,,,-' ' ' , AROL NG, ARYDKUBIAC mi 'L Where rhere's musrc, there car1'r be mrs- X ' 3 go Qffmg-gb, yo knfrap 9 chref, 'le of en. Future Plans: College, ure Pi . Air Linefwgr A ent Opererfa Club 2g Band F2, 35 Clworusfgj lf' Debris 'llb',ClUb 2, , Opereltg Club - J! rf. ,fllljl Rec Club 3,2 - Dr atlc u 'll ,J 'JJ gyfXLl,U lv' Thahlcsglvtg Dande mivtee A ass W 'jf r' H' 'Ui l Mort mmirfeePQ4 'Junidr Aclwnevsmem f ,fl If f' vb 'J f . ,ly J' J " 3, Ho eroom, Re resentatiqe -BK ,kj x ' J Ullv M' 'A' J 'f 'Q Mil! IK Q Q., 'U WILLIAM DONALD LAFossE Not too serious, not too gay, A good fellow in every way. Future Plans: Business School or U.S. Ai Force, J L fjl DIANNE MARIE ANN LAMARRE Blessed with charm that runs so free. Future Plans: Secretary. Tennis 3, 4, Thanksgiving Dance Commitv tee 4, Boulder A. ft l Cfljo 0' V J C' V , H ,L ,rj Q BEVERLY ESTHER LAINO Variety is the spice of life. GLORIA MAY LAHTt lt'5 nice to be natural when one is nature ally Wife- Future Plans: Laboratory Technician. FUWV9 Plamf Bookkeepeil Class Motto Committee A. Volleyball 2, 3, Basketball 2, Boulder 4, Literary Club 3. if ll- W it Riff 1 .X ,ff -It L V Li ta X V' Iflfg' Lf' ' r it , ,vs A JAMES THADDEUS LANIDES ARA! OND M NTL6OMERYil,lkSHUA Of manners, gentle, of affections, mild. xi 's limbs yy e cast in manly Future Plans: Undecided. for harldxlfdp ff O' Comfy ld' Junior Prom Committee 3, Junior-Senior JUW5 P 5 ndecldwfwl Christmas Party 3, Homeroom Representa- lipbtball , 3, 4, Juvnlbr-Senior Relay 3 tive 3, Competitive Plays 3. Tra , Junior Prom Committee 3, ,X t PRISLILLA GAII. LAWTON A happy and carefree lass is she Future Plans Receptionist Dramatic Club 3 A Operetta Club 2 cord Club 3 4 Chorus 2 lllttllit V 1 ' SA sl L' 'l lt ' er no at yi are thought to b Dj- 'lxyxhat you are. "HE Fu ure Flan Nursingji Debating l b 4- Operetta Club 4- Record Club 4- nior Literary Club 3' Jun'or Prom Committee 3' Chorus 4- Junior Achievement 3. """"'? xQ..1x'W' C4 'WWW' 241.- VN CAROLYN Run-i LEARNED like fun I like lokes bout as mufh l like olks Future Plans Undecided Ba etball 3 A Volleyball 3 4 Recod Club 3 Junior Senior Relay 3 Chorus 2 SHEILA DIANE LEARNED Sentimentally I am disposed to harmony But organically I am incapable of a tune Future Plans College Basketball 2 Volleyball 2 Debating Club Dramatic Club 2 3 A Junior Pr Committee 3 Receptionist 3 WILFRED EDWARD LECLAIR RAYMOND JOHN LECUYER He loves tFe game beyond the prize. Small of stature- wide of grin. Future Plans: U.S. Navy. Future Plans: lndustry, Football 4- Junior-Senior Relay 3- Chorus 2. z f ,Q any , 1- K f ,--wwqg-s W. " ' are it -I4 4-2, "W W S 5 .B , l .' g '?:"'f -i,: 31 f,j - -1 " v Q 1553 . nw L Wir , H "af fam wx lf .1, "2 ,A ' Wswgji 4 ,ff FJQ? si- mgggf 5: K x A 7. . ' 053155 A 2, 1 w ...wky ., "' -I gsiiqi. ff' ' J w' If xr j Q. X- fi" " 5 , 'Q gf' .Q fs Ye I x.. 'P 3 fe . Lck 5 GEORGE PHILIP . 3 it is more wise a listenegiybdh to say too much. I ! Future Pl V Sz' Iew Accountant. LlL Da mde f1gXChorus 3 J n r Achie ' ' f' f ,- ,f 5 fy 5 f f ff in -f I 4 JUNE ELEANOR LONG What care I for lessons when is on the land of dreams? Future Plans: Secretarial School. Chorus 2. my heart his- 'Y' . GEORGE ALTON LOESCHER Footloose and fancy free. Future Plans: U. S. Air Force. Operetta Club 25 Record Club 3, 47 Band 25 Chorus 2, 3, 4. H fx ' , ',. P, 1-'Flo Vt, ,hcmv l pi A 91,2 .T ff eg fr f is fs I, t ,. ,'l v 'J I l i .fi 'P 4 r I uv 6 Q, 6 DONALDNFRAITCIS MAC LEAN I awgokei one morning' and found myself famous. 'l Future Plans: Undecided? Baseball 2, 3, 4g Football 45 Junior-Senior Relay 3, Ay Record Club 31 Boulder 4. Club Committee A. JAMES Wici-iToN MAHAN He is a man diligent in his business. Future Plans: Technical College, Junior-Senior Bar-b-q 3, Red and Gray Board 3, Ap Competitive Plays 4. 12 ROBERT OLIVER MAILLOUX Mischief is thy middle name. Future Plans: U. S. Armed Forces. Wil' SANDRA MARTIN She was good as she was ay. Future Plans: College th 1 nursing. Basketball 2 3 4- volleyball 2 3 4- Q ball 2 3 4' Dramatic Cl b,2 3 4- Li1!ra Club 3- Operetta Qfbf 3 Qldlasf - er Committee Q, .lunipr-S bor,Bar-b ' Competitive Ploys -3- 84nd l2 3 ' Boulder 4- xrfonift band tr 2 ff 3 ' ' Choraleerx ' 8 4- Cho 3,2 .3 4 O- 2 .E Ar census 3' Anemia 'Hom KENNETH LOREN MATS Always ready, lways her away will- ing to do hi,-Zlvare. Future Plan Coll i 1 U I 1 Rgeiebtionist ,Usher 5 en ounci Fo bELfWk unior- lor R y 3, 2 - r l 3 4, t t I 3 4 ermn y B 3 4..- W Ulf NW 1 , ,, i I LlLLlAN ANN',lVlAdTlN . T' Ak pleasant girl oruthe quieter lgifto, in dwhom a depth Apf character yQu'll find. Futuue Elmira: Hotel Manager, Q ' Debatinlg' Club 2, 3, Dramatic' Club 2, 35 Junior. Prom Committee 37 Junior-Senior Christmas Party Committee 3, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Chorus 2, 3g Red and Gray 3, Ag Junior Class Dues 3. TERRY LEE MATSON A friendly chap who is widely known. Future Plans: College. Football 45 Junior-Senior Relay 3, Class Ring Committee 3, 4, Home Room Rep- resentative 2, Ag Alternate Home Room Representative 3g Student Council 2, 4. ,ia ,gifgns .. 'ix . ,. :-ni-"' a iii? 7 I - 3 is 4: if ' A A l .5 ad' 5 5 A 4 "Gwinn, -was T Jos R ,MATTSON That InatI rd to beat-the student and e a hlete ture Plans: Q llege. eay , , Tennis 2, 3, 45 Re td Club 3 ketball 3, 45 Football 45 Juno-Senior 5 A5 ramatic Ctub 37 5 as Color mmittee 35 Class Ddes o mittee 35 C p titi ys 35 Home om Represen- NI ive 5 Receptionist 115 Red and Gray B 'K rd 45 Student Council 45 Ushers 3. JUDITH ANNE METIVIER Her wit was more than mam Her innocence a child. Future Plans: College. Operetta Club 2, 35 Record Club 35 Boul- der A5 Chorus 2, 35 Choraleers 2, 3, 45 Census 35 Junior-Senior Bar-b- 5 Prize Speaking 2, 3, I - lf M 5 , J ,Q M7 i I JARvIs PACKER MAYO Happy am l, from care I'm free, Why aren'f they all contented like me? Future Plans: lndustry and travel. Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4. ELAINE DOROTHY MICHAUD Good nature is a special charm that wins a host of friends. Future Plans: Women's Air Force, Dramatic Club 2, 35 Debating Club 35 Junior Achievement 3. EDWARD JosEPH MELLITT He was born to be an athlete. Future Plans: U.S, Air Force. Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 25 Junior Prom Committee 35 Alternate Homeroom Rep- resentative 4. - 1 l RICHARD FRANCIS MILLER Not that l love study less, But leisure more. Future Plans: U.S. Navy, Ra L I 1 ,MARY NVRIJA JN 1, i HARRIET MISNER When a fl sea es och ush, UIQ 'ltasvlost the mol owerful harm pf tier beadly. One by one she climbs the steps onward to her goal-success. Fu by Plans ege Future Plans: Missionary or Medical Secre- eyball 2, 3 4 k tball 2, 3, 4, fait'- Op reIt1r'Club 2 3 4- Junior Prom Com- lm ee 3 Chorus 2 3' Choraleers, Come petitive Plays 2 3 Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 3, Basketball 2, 3, Tennis 4, Debating Club 3, Operetta Club 2, Chorus 2, 3, 1445 RICHARD JOSUA MOILANEN RONALD EINO MQILANEN Success by industry and labor. Small, buf powerful, FUlU'e Plans! U-5- NHVY- Future Plans: Teachers College and College Class Color Committee 3. of Pl3afm3CY- Baseball 2, 3, Basketball 3, Junior-Senior Relay 3, Usher 3, Competitive Plays 3. WARREN FRANCIS Morse Quiet and good nature Eb Future Plans: U, Ari e Forces, .lunior-Senior el 5 Record , Jun- 45411 3, .4 lflj My K 0,441 fl ,,z"'i" 1 nf ffl.,-1 Wap! ftxg j Graf' L - , 74" , ji ,ff 31,1 , ' A4 'V " , 2 1 , 4, ROBERT CLAYTON Musoizoxgz The stars shine, so does an athlete. Future Plans: College. Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Junior- Senior Relay 35 Record Club 3, Class Color Committee 31 Class Motto Committee 3, Receptionist 45 Student Council 3, 4, Usher 3 M .- -if fu ,srir 2 , ,C W if , , .f 5, ll " 7 ' f lm QM lf ' - .5 ,mis e ..g.'TQ3',,: 5, ' I L W M rl' 3' 'L , 5 , CAROL ANN O'CoNNoR oll6AY I LQNDA LOUISE Os Nejyu A genrle maid wirh quiet modesr ways. err s ly 1 all in one cllreahlh. ' Friendship I , - f vhe Gods, and Future Plans: Secretarial work. Fu Pl l n filed, rhe most 'gm orm ro man. Record Club 35 Chorus 2. ,fs I! Vol 4 , asketball Boosfglr Club F 5 Senelarlal School' , 1, ,r 2, xjl-4' ating Club 3f JurlT9lr Prom T is d Club 35 Junior Prom J. 1- Commita? 85 Junior-Senior Christmas Party Co mit 5 Junior A ' vemenf 3. l' A jj Committee 35 Red and Gray Board 3, 45 3 "' Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4. L . . LJ. ,,f , ,f ,,.J,.' I 3 .Q I JJ. .' I fl I , ls-Zrfli . will ,f46f"x' 5' "2 , - if ,. W2 C fl , 3 lv , M . , , , , I., . y , Q N fb 5 X f AMO' f jvvx i., , ' y, I . ? .za RUTGER KLAUS OSTERROTH DAvaD PAR ,- fl 1 L mL OJ ll X A + be.Q?n7'lx1e. 'Fu e' lans: U. S. N' v . i lflunfbf PromUaonLrq:Lig'3'fkD ' I I . , lsfflf -- ,C NJ . fl! Perhaps he can move Mr. Vesuvious Perhaps sfem the flow of the Rhine Perhaps srop the roar of fhe ocean, Bur Rurger won'f change his mind. Fuiure Plans: College. Opereffa Club 25 Record Club 3, r 1 . ,s - And sfilf, we zeggd sfllljy Eder growsj 'Tharjne sm l heacf sh uld tarry all he oxxs. il lx Fufurerhgns: College. '-f' Junior Prom Commiltee 35 Band 45 Usher 35 Orchestra 4. iv have N 2"...f Cr lim"-Feiss, , . ,W-ew"Wv - we JOAN RUTH PARKER Quietness has its own charm. Future Plans: Waves. Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 35 Softball 35 Class Motto Committee 3. l 7 VV. . Y Q, LJ f I Aill If MAuRicE Wise men is times. Jowli MATTSEW PASANEN Wit a'nd wisgptn are born with a man. Flldire Journalist. .l0nior"' Literary Club 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 Class Ring Committee Chairman5 Junior-Senior Christmas Party 35 Thanks- giving Dance Committee Chairman5 Class Directory 45 Boulder 45 National Poetry Award 35 Red and Gray Editor and Board 3, 45 Student Council 45 Putnam Prize Essay 2, 35 Alternate to Boys' State 35 Treasurer of MIPA 3, 45 Competitive Plays 3, 4. LORRAINE PELLETIER I like fun5 so why not have it? Futur Future Plans: Air Line Hostess. St t Cc Volleyball 3, 45 Bas etball 3, 45 Tennis 3, 21. ,' , . F 'c ff . Nw.. sf ,swf t I 'T ly J Z i A' Q ' cf' C! ,tfflog No g , h ed to'wear She shines ' insically Future' Pla al ur n ospitll School o , E 1- " PAT ALF ATERS s l s e in g. 0 Operetta b , 3, 45 Record I 8, A Tha s ' in D 'C m' 4 Band 2 , , 4- Ch r 2, 3,'4 orale rs 2, 3 45f'Al omero Repgnt ive A lx s Domus ART A PELTO -. Mischief d nc fn her e . Future P H drag v eyaglrz, 3 Basketball' , 3, 4, lzvyltic c b 2,wa, 4, sknn ub 2, Re- 3 Club - Operettq 2, 3, 45 De- bati 2, 35 Junl rom Committee 35 ior-Senior R'eJay Committee 35 Thanksgiving Dance Committee 45 Class Dues Committee 3, 45 Ushers 35 Chorus 2, 35 Choraleers 2, 3, 4. ,X 'i fi ' i If A vu' JOSEPH R YM? Pi OWAQKC A qui r wpq5'65q,a sreallf friend, , I , -A ' t X I IB 'lERLy ANN POJQTER 'Softly speak, iid Jlfeitly Smit . V1 Fun: Plans: U.S, XL! FutureiPlans53,S ltool of: gl .LU Ji'JriiorASenior Belety 3. ' fy! Volley155D,L2, 35l B sketbfll 25' T Ivtis 35 ft., 1 1 , f ska Club 3, mtqselita curb Junior ,-11' J ji" ,- Class Du 39, 45 JuniorSeL1iTf:r Relay 35 , If "ri - Junior4Se bf Christmas, Fxty 35Wl1Er1lQS' Q, giviTlQ,nDance CQDWG-ttee Q15 Bctuyjer' 45 Cvcfrus 2, l3yftHomeroom Rlqgljsentitive i- Q5 Receptiolsist 2, 3, 4- Sluefent Codpcil 7 3. 4a ushefjg, 3, B'ail4 Club 2, at 4. f A 3 ' I 5 A , I 1' 1 J 2 s 1 I: SIDNEY Possicic f JAMES QNDRE PXOGIN Life would be dull Wirhaur him, Betgehli small a shine, than to be Qreaf Future Plans: Tufts College. anfilffaslashai ' J ,. Hture Pl r' Dartmouth College. Competitive Plays 3, 4, It xliooster Club 3, 45 Record Club 35 Drama- ,Ji X ,tic Gub 3, 45 Class Motto Committee 35 1' ' "" Vg Qfddent Census 35'sNational Poetry Award I -L1,fAAVLOY7 '35 Alternative Homernorn Representative if f 2, 35 Junior Prom 3. i'7 . Af: ' 3.95 :L 419' M., PAUL AARON Possicic A man hc' seems of cheerful yesterdays and ronfident tomorrows. Future Plans: College, Class Ring Committee 35 Junior Prom Committee 35 Competitive Plays 35 Home- rooin Representative 45 Alternate Home- room Representative 35 Red and Gray Board 3, 45 Competitive Plays 4. K it ' '5 'lf t , .N JV. ,A ,Jiffy ,f R6BERT Jo'lftN Q mf' I rnatvotzcrriarry mqy s and fancies. u ure Plans: lege, 1.7. 5 i 1 ' 64" Foollqall G, G5 Booster Club 3, 45 Record Cfgllvy Classflwotto Committee 35 Junior jr Compyttee 3,ikJumor-Senior Relay 3. .vxf Lili t' ,fr , ' . , 'AV ,Pl 3 clip' f li. BRUCE DANIEL REID Take life too seriously, and what is it worth? Future Plans: College. Golf, Record Club 2, Competitive Plays 4. ki.,-4i:,k5,. f af NORMA CAROL RIVERS It is your word and the smile you wear, that makes the sun shine everywhere. Future Plans: Medical Secretary. Volleyball 45 Junior Literary Club 3g De- bating Club 3, 45 Operetta Club 2, Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 4, Senior Reception to the Faculty Ag Boulder 4, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 4, Junior Achievement WALTER RALPH REMAL Quietness has its own charm. Future Plans: U. S Air Force. Baseball 3. NORMAN LAWRENCE IVERS To be merry, best becomx you, , iw , Future Plans: Radio-Elgtronychoolg Junior Achieve ' 351. atiqnalf oetry Award 35 Com 'i eil .Lys 3, Record Club 3. ' ' l ji: yi, 3 1' gy: ge I., :gigs N x l . ROBERT ALBERT Ricci A rnan not of words, but of actions. Future Plans: Salesman. Junior-Senior Relay 3, Class or Corn- mittee 3g Usher 3. L ,V .-.Y.A0!J'lS V vi ,.., um ox . L 'ff' cl I C VUUL' ' ' l L, HOWARD PAUL ROBERTSON No worries ever trouble him. Future Plans: U. S. Navy Football 2, Thanksgiving Dance Committee 35 Junior Achievement 3. 37 Red and Gray Board 45 Chorus 2, 3. arf .1 "'TZ'?" "N-.af 'J . xgg- 5 ff X. fl 1 1' PHYLLIS ALviNfxRpaicEiAu'o x -H . V Not quiet, not loqfftlblll n0tlg,ea3le in Q, Nl Crowd. X I I- lx I A 1 2 I Futu e Plants: l'e'l'5phoru4 opirator. X Dr atic 'Club::3f Record-,Club 35 Junior ieyemgnl Zi I' ' If I fl li l ' R 5 2 I 5 3 , . 'A fl X l l xi' l ll K R l jf 1 V' " I , J I 5 , fb 1 r. 'vi 'ij N v' 1 6 MYRNA SHEILA ROSENBAUM The ideal of courtesy, wit, grace, and charm. Future Plans: College. Volleyball 2, 35 Operetta Club 2, 35 Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 45 Class Motto Cornmittp 35 Junior-Senior Relay Committee 35 Red and Gray 3, 45 Boulder ly Competitive Plays 4. I 'W X J N I A JR' X' . V, Uftl' U' 5 RENE ROBERT ROCHELEAU Dilligence is the mother of good fortune. Future Plans: U. S. Navy ,A MJqV,1 i A 1 V' ft .J ' f lftrt gl it WL . V JJ" ' 4 il i fl 43 X' 'C ff 5 ', 'Ui Vip L1 to Lk . f rl' T MQ! fail X, 5 X X E. 1 A ' s' G K 7. flue X1 H 4 BEVERLY AN15yRo3si'-.1 E i She has wit and fuh'and fire. . vFuf?G're Pl6hg3,Sexcretary. 7 I ' voiiaytqrta, 3, 4, 'eweerball 2, 3, 4, Booster Clubf2, 3, A5 Record Clql 35 Class Ring Cornmittdexl 45 Home Room Rep- resentative 2, Alternate Home Rcnm Rep- resentative 3. 3 1 i -.X ff? as-... PETER STEPHEN ROMANO The wisest man is he who thinks himself the least so. Future Plans: College. JunlorASenior Relay Committee 3. 'Ula'- VIRGINIA JOSEPHINE Russo Rather quiet, rather shy, but a twinkle in her eye. Future Plans. Nursing. Dramatic Club 2, 35 Junior-Senior Bar-b-q Committee 35 Junior Achievement 3. wry? EUGENE CHARLES ST, MARTIN A little mischief now and then, is relishe ed by the best of men. Future Plans: U. S. Navy. Receptionist A. X RJOAN PAULINE ST. MARTIN k A pleasant girl of the quiet kind. Future Plans: Nurse or hairdresser. Chorus A. HAROLD ARTHUR SCOTT A Nothing is achieved before !gb ou . ly attempted. K ' C fl ' . ff nypstlz F htfljl .l1tllyl"lV,7y! -lfwf P Vlt ltr 'V "' 'Sl JV' .VLFPBLVQQFI 'iil ...E,V x Q W ,X PETER ARNOLD SELIN GEORGE JOSEPH SENEY Somellmes qulef 'S an Uf'C1U'ef7l1'n9 A mar must devote some of his time to Future Plans lndustry JuniorSentor Christmas Party 3 Home Room Representative 2 Alternate Home Room Representative A other things than study Future Plans Undecided 'X X CAROL JEAN SHORT Knowledge in youth is widsom in age. Future Plans: College. Basketball 3, 45 Tennis 4g Softball 35 Debating Club Ag Operetta Club 3, Ap Record Club 3, Ag Dramatic Club 3, 45 Senior Reception to the Faculty Ag Com- petitive Plays 3g Band 3, Ag Chorus Qj Orchestra 4. J DEBORAH ANN SIART MARJORIE Datnty and neat a malden petite Born wrt Future Plans Undecided Future retalral Chorus 3 J Schoo .IUDITH SKEANS A pleasant mald ofthe quiet klnd ' Future Plans School of Nursing U Volleyball 2 3 BajqWaTlzQperetta lub ,BX klqssglvlng yn e Commltt 3 4 peretta Club 2 orus .1 Jumo Sensor Bar G ay Boar ,, hergzi N! a s etball Tenms 2 Jwlfl, Jw' THOMAS FRANCIS SLEEPER Few boys are born with talents that excel But all are capable of lrvmg well Future Plans U S Armed Forces Baseball 3 Football 2 3 4 Junlor Sensor Relay 3 Operetta Club 2 Chorus 2 3 tit NV Xl Q xx tl' RICHARD ANDREW SLOCOMB N STHER MAY S WH s Hunting I reckon very good To brace e uexgg hey w Rf her woxrllrx lher 0 'H ,E Future Plans U S Armed Forces Y' u laqslllndwcndedpx' Q' nerves and stlr the blood Qperetja Club 5 Clxbnus 3 Jimor eve menfug! J 'C x ,,, S if x wg xl. ,Zigi A xx pw x x of KENNETH PHILIP SMITH Joi-IN BERNARD SOVVERBUTTS l hate scarce smiles, I love laughing. GHG man with COUVBQS makes if maiofitt- Future Plans: Undecided. Future Plans: lndustry. ? Aw I li- if JAMES ANDREW SPRAGUE In the power ot' fixing the attention lies the most precious of the intellectual habits. Future Plans: Undecided. Baseball 3, Junior Prom Committee 3g Alternate Horneroom Representative 2. ,ucv V r -1- in fKlL.,.,, I . . ,Wa ,eu ,I,,u. .s -V' I ' 'ff-ri-z -Q. E f l . ll ' l I J LINDA CPLIXI TI A QXUKIYSNER SANDRA ROSE SWEENEY has little to answe for. xmofiiy plus Ae WH nor fo nri-abby A smile lightens the road to happiness. , 'p l f 5 al, Future Plans: Marriage and secretarial Pgs:USck13ollEt NLqsin 1 Wolk- ,OH Y a H2 3211. Baske al "2 3 4. Volleyball 3, Operetta Club 25 Red and CTS "fl, 4g kanhatlc Club ,J-3, 4g Class . -. H V , I ,I , , I Sot gl Debaitlnfg Club ,Y , 47 Operetta -4 Color torn' tee 2, 3, Junior Prom Cogrwnlgjgk 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2, 3, 4. 1 ..' .1 Gray Board 45 Boulder 4, lk? . Y is A Iigilil .2 5 RITA CLARA SYLVAIN Nor well understood, as good not known. Future Plans: Worcester Trade School- hairdresser. CONRAD FRANK TAYLOR Every man has his own pleasures. Future Plans: Undecided. Junior-Senior Relay 31 Record Club 37 Com- petitive Plays 3,J21g Alternate Home Room Represent,atiyej8p Usjier 3. L7 lJ s. . H- 5 K' I jgl , , L 1 l I lj' N gl ' , 5 JI r JI- gm i fc . X vo V l BEVERLY ANN TALLY She is little, she is wise, Shels a rr for her size. . Fut I : Marriage. M, lleyb tbal , 3 all 3, Af lub , 5. r matic 3 p Ju ' r m or-S ior 'tmas Party 3g ' - i r mmitt , I ing Miami 't , io ni ues mmi tee , 2, er Re e to- culfr 4 f I MARILYN MARY TAYLOR Wearing her wisdom lgighrlyf. Qs I Future Plans: aves. LL Junior Literar Club' 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Debatlng ul: 4, Record Club 3, 45 Thank ivfhg Daflce Committee 45 Census Achievement 3, 4. lder Ag ROBERT EDWARD TAMBEAU There is mischief in this rnan. Future Plans: U. S. Navy. Junior-Senior Relay Ag Record Club 3g Class Motto 3. LouIE VINCENT TESTA He's an athlete who is a sport. Future Plans: U. S. Armed Forces. Baseball 3g Football 3, Ap .lurtior-Senior Relay 3g Junior Prom 3. 'lvl' ' i 1 A ---QQQ + , sl. , - gi T i , ,. N, , , QM' ffm X E 2 fm., wx V, S al i' 1:21 , 1 'ff 4 -lxggp .. E - , f- 2- Q 5 5 W 1 1 5 I l i 1 I J 4 1- , ,gal -Wig ' R ,, V , - fi if A 1 - 4, ' gag: I Y V w V. 71 , s a- Q1 3 " , 2, - f 1' 1 - .Q ik -I A X 1 K N, 1' ww ' .. , . f ff' , - ., M. , A . ,W , . , ff ,X 1 MS 5' Aw ff ,- A y f 4. A ,: 5: ,s Saw-g.1f:fA? 1ff 1' L W Q1 W ,QW 1, 5 ,Q:fi', fw,g2Zi2wf,',Y:.h,f' 3 W A 5 fn W f 4 - 1 , ,gb 1 mm v V 1 1 -If Yi, MV J: ,T K. ,L Mn, f xVv:fkf,K:5L E 'JQYQY f ' ' AQ.,,, -TIL. WDW 54 .,. him 48" I , Her avr her manners all who saw aJmrred Future Plans Undec ded iii? 97,77 A-OL! e,f?'.a,ag flff Her rlencls there are rrany' H'er foes are f an 0:9 JOANNE MARTHA VAINE VAL! X161 il-l'ldl1lKSgIVII1g Dance Covtmnttee -1 Al ternate Home Room Representatwe A Usher 3 ROSARIO VELARDI What he feels and not what le does honors a man Future Plans lndustry Basketball 3 Junior Prom Lommlttee 3 My AI work Vid 9 y6IIQfZall 2 as et a Jumor Pro Lommuttee 3 Senlo Recep "On 2 LLQJZ .ZQ,,dfq7 DONALD GERARD VINCENT There never was a bad man that had abrlrry for good servrce Future Plans lndustry 20 ERE LMQKXARN A1 g o sv-led! and far a pf-asar' afr Se ret Record T an sguvu D e om lf M1 PAUL Rov AG ER lS wh Ms soul de srgne ,Jytue Cali S dgqug' muttce O W Operet IM Junuor Prom Commuttee .J 3 ., oo rW uruor E ra 4 Natl a Poetry Award 3 C m et: trve Plays 3 4 'hu' Z I ssi 1- Qt 1-Wlll: S 1 -:f ' . Mf'7i:M:Sx .7 gfiffff .. JOHN WILLIAM WATSON A light heart lives long. Future Plans: U. S, Navy. it Tl? OL Jlfrlm CARL JOHN WlLLlAMS we 'W K, 'sf' ur if ,QR ll wt' Vg. ESQ p NANCY Louise VVEI OPP!! Speech is silver, silence golcle . 5 I Future Plans: Business College. Record Club 3, 4, Dramatic 3, 4, Class Flower Committee Ag Boulder 4, Home Room Representative A: Junior Achieve' ment 3, 4. GEORGE RAYMOND WILSON His talents were of the more silent class. There is mischief in this man. Future Plans: Undecided, .M its ' :aff Future Plans: U. S, Armed Forces. 'QM ROBERT GEORGE WHIPPLE My tongue within my lips l rein, for who talks much, must talk in vain, Future Plans: University of Massachusetts. Dramatic Cl'b' 3, Ag Record Club 3: Class Ower Cogh itteeultg Junior Achievement N ,X COf1'lxE1BlVll?""P'l6YS 3, 4. L ' v l MF ffl A V' i X . 4 I 17 if l- . 0 X .if 'J KY 'V u U CHARLES JOSEPH WISWELL TO know him is to understand him. Future Plans: Undecided. Junior-Senior Relay 3. QPR 'lbw W Sli fv- CAROL AN 'll FRANK WALLACE WORTHLEY Nothing great as e-Q91 Me ed without He must be known to be appreciated enthusiasm PPI cu Future Plans Fitchburg Teachers College Home Room Representative 3 Class T eretta Motto 3 Cub wg 4 Q?oQ1Club3 Ju or Prm EMILIE Louise ZANGHI A town that boasts such inhabitants finds never a dull moment Future Plans Hairdresser 'X Thanksgiving Dfance Committee 4 Usher , , X L ttee n ray a wel. l33l ora efgg ome ff L AN X00 M1 K xpYesg e 3 A H 6 1 fl 7 j ,L K' L, 'gijfiw C' ly lfvt L V 1' ' ' 'Z XM f gg. CLASS OFFICERS Left to right: Nancy Johnson, Secretary: James Sheppard, Treasurery Sallie Congram, Vice President, Kenneth Caron, President. . Oil! out 1 s .0 110900 ,',, OO -1 .N en 1 H. . OD liliill 1' fa - ., 'If' - . , J, fi A , . , N L, S . 'jg ' MWNIQ 3 M 'mxmuf mn--wx I f n ,a f V A Q M 4 H- NI 2 .g V K N 5, A a X l, 5 5 - gl 3 -I .x 1? Q fl r .v QQ.. 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N, 5 Li s, ,Lx --.4 ,ff Q f-.ftuv 'Q' 2423 gm M4 'Q Swv :papal 1213 W ZIP! 5'f1l210l3- wer 12401 629.4 31015. 22 Wlflffl 1212 Wilfl 022 fzovbvfl MY FATHER'S EARLY STRUGGLE DAVID PARK Ask and rt shall be grven to you seek and ye shall frnd knock and rt shall be opened unto you It was my fathers verse rn the Brble Although my father rs no longer alrve I have very vrvrd memorres of hrm and I can never forget hrs early struggles to study and to educate hrs chrldren There are many books whrch were wrrtten posthumously about my father by hrs frrends I can not forget the tragrc storres my mother told me when I was only fourteen lf a man entered college rn hrs thrrtres we can understand hrs hardshrps rn lrfe My father was born the son of a poor farmer rn a small town From early chrldhood he had a very strong desrre to study and frnally rebelled agarnst hrs father whom he respected so much Before he was twenty he marrred my mother and escaped from hrs father to study at Kersung Hrgh School rn Taegu leavrng my mother at home wrth my grandparents For srx days rn the week he studred at school whrch closed at four oclock rn the afternoon He worked from four to ten at nrght sellrng newspapers on the street or darly delrverrng mrlk from door to door When all of hrs room supper There was nothrng on the supper table but a bowl of rrce and salt but he thanked God for hrs prrvrlege to study He studred before gorng to bed He got all As no Bs whatever Although all of hrs classmates admrred hrs perseverance and hrs genrus they could not help hrm because they were all too poor When wrnter vacatron came my father went home on foot the drstance of forty mrles taking two three or four days to save a lrttle money More than that he drew a man drawn cart on the way home to earn a few dollars When he reached an rnn on the way he opened hrs lunch box and ate the handful of frozen rrce he had prevrously cooked Later I heard that many people had called my father the rce eater Whrle my father was strugglrng for an educatron my poor mother worked all day long under the drrectron of my grandparents She slept only frve or srx hours a day and occasronally sold her long black harr to help her husband But therr long perseverance and hard struggle to conquer therr hardshrps were not rn varn Really the escape of my father from home was the culmrnatrng pornt not only of hrs success but that of all hrs offsprrng Every srngle one of hrs nrne chrldren graduated from hrgh school lf rt were not for my father s hard struggle and my mothers sacrrfrces I should be strll a poor farmer rn an unknown Korean vrllage among precrprtous mountarns Translated rn Korean on opposrte page , 2 , ' : , ' , , , , , , . , mates were sound asleep in the dormitory, he cooked a handful of rice for his . , I I , I - o I I ' I I a , . 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CAbsenf from pfcrure Paul Wagnerj i, hiv v 5-4 A,-,fn USH ERS AND RECEPTIONISTS Ftrs? row lt-tt 'o rgft: Sall, Ccvgraw Bfwcrl, Htl Be", Sectno Slwetla Learned, Joan Mayo, Patrtcta Taylor. Second rovx lorratne Tarnotm Joanne Vale'a, Beverly Rossa Toby Chutotf, Mariorie Surnon, Barbara Bonnaltic Beverly Porter Dons Poltola. Trnrc row: Sandra O'Day, Nancy Comforte, Carol Woods, Kathleen Aob.Jcl1on,Nancy Jotxrtson, June Brglwop Barbara Clark, DELEGATES TO Bovs' STATE left to right: Seated Robert Mattson Kenneth Caron Kenneth Matson Standing: CAlternatesD James Sheppard .lOl1n Pasanen Paul Kendra 1 BOY GYM LEADERS First row, left to right: Edward Torcolette, Robert Mailloux, Warren Moge, William Connors, Terry Matson, Terry Collins, Robert Ricci, Eugene St. Martin, Joseph Pisowocki, Maurice Andresson. Second row: Roy Weymouth, Edmund Conrad, Joel Levin, Paul Batura, Wayne Parker, Francis Melanson, Ronald Moilanen, Lawrence Taylor, John Delaney. Third row: John Furlong, Norman Dooley, Robert Fortin, David Card, Gerson Rater, Leo Cardinal, James Sheppard, Ronald Boudreau, Donald Bennett. Fourth row: William Kandanis, Robert Musgrove, Paul Kendra, Norman Edson, Rennie Shattuck, Jerry Pezzalesi, Robert Bruerton, Bernard Keohan, Robert Daulton, CHORALEERS First row, left to right: Judith Metivier, Marion Crowley, Marcia Dudley, Patricia Paterson, Bonnie Jena, Brenda Tastula, Patricia Anderson, Alice Anderson, Connie Wagner, June Daulton, Irene Srnelgen. Second row: Mr. Haniian, Georgia Barber, Carol Woods, Shirley Hill, Stephanie Kubiac, Linda Rosen- berg, Gloria Maravell, Carole Smith, Doris Peltola, Patricia Misslin, Judith Matson, Mary Miriianian, Joyce Johnston, Susan Reid, Third row: Connie Peltonen, Louise Healey, Gail Kostopoules, Barbara Bonnallie, Beth Johnstone, Bette Goodspeed, Joan Irwin, Margaret Jarvi, Linda Weinstein, Nancy Johnson, Sandra Martin, Nancy Anderson, Priscilla Holmes, Lesley Bizzotto, Dolores Bianchini, Priscilla Taylor, Betsy Gelep. Fourth row: Larry Kivimaki, James Rousseau, George Lahtinen, John Block, Peter Tolos, John Michealides, Lauri Hallfors, Harry Michealides, David Rousseau, Richard Docekal, Larry Erickson, John Maggs, Robert Blake, Robert Daulton, Norman LaFrenier. Absent from picture: Barbara Bosserdet, Donna McSheehy, Leatrice Kinnunen, Allan Kalinen and Michael Brooks, - 1 - ii IX. 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Blake G. Lahtinen D, Weeks I , T. E. B. ' ' ' I C R. B. G, - 6222. R. C. M . A C. ' J. . 47 4 F. S. ' . f , l C. ' K. " ' 0 , 3 f B. A. ' V D U L. A. - ' l C. A. B. ' l R D. D. J- l V I P. J. ' ' A. H ' ., . V. ' ' ' ' --- l -x. 2 3 , .' A ---- : if -X Y 1 M 'S ' f ' R'-R RC n -'I2- - ' b an M . Q. lp ' an I I 2 " . A l l 5. '5 l9 , '- ---1 :Ill I Q gl . : . A .-:-:- - -. . 4 JUNIOR PROM L2 f Aw xl 3 A: , Y 155 I A l Q Y' 2 K Q 5 'M 'Q as ,., . 5. .. V- 1- , i g . 5 ,. ga- A :V 5 ' V ' :Q .- ' ' , Q, , 1 . ' i Q N Q. u . F ,. Z . ,. , , V r x. mx '. --,xg K if , J U - , " f 'H -, g .- 3 fi 5 a- figs ' 8 ff' fm ? 35? 5 1 E w 1 4 Af Q I ,. . J as f 5. V, 14' F ii we if X' xii.- kr e 'H' gszffe' iw Q 8313? Q 1g':5g ll I 97 X ' Q -.. V Q. ,T . .F M ,. X A , .1 W4 ,3 ' ,915 Xi, I A e 2 ME i M-. 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'l- X 5 Jabez Stone Mary Stone Damel Webster Mr Scratch The FIddIer JusfIce Hathorne Hathornes Clerk Guests Jury Scene Jabe Stones farmhouse Cross Corners New Hampshrre TIme 1841 gif JUNIOR COMPETITIVE PLAY THE DEVIL AND DANIEL WEBSTER by Stephen Vmcent Benet CONRAD TAYLOR CAROL SHORT PAUL WAGNER DONALD HIBBARD RICHARD LEGER ROBERT BOUCHER KATHLEEN AUBUCHON ANNA LEKAS ANN JOHNSON EVELYN KAULBACK CARMEN HARTFORD JAMES LANIDES ROBERT MATTSON PAUL KENDRA RONALD MOILANEN JAMES SHEPPARD ROBERT DAULTON ROBERT WHIPPLE JOHN LINDHOLM NORMAN RIVERS RALPH DOMINICK JOHN CHICKNAVORIAN PAUL POSSICK THOMAS BAILEY WILFRED LECLAIR LAWRENCE MARBLE ROBERT FAIRBANKS RODNEY ANDERSON If xixx N II' IR I ll Lx I y XX S L if eL L L4, g, Q ' I tttttt ifQQRffffigIffffififiIQQIf1fffjeW Il I I IIII III III II II I IIII I IIIIIIIII rt III II IIIrIIrIIIIIIIIIII IIIrIIrIr rIrIr rrr IrrIr ,IIA 'Z f,,- . X N -J Q gag! vs.- 1 JW 1 if .GV- ,, W kk ' HMA. 'R :xv fxx My 'ns S 3 x,,l I, X Trfwvf " . W MQ RHF? V Mrs' 3555? Km' if SENIOR COMPETITIVE PLAY --1,Q Nla MN J g 'I W tSN5-,y -Q A 3 a 2 X The Juniors and Seniors held their annual bar- becue at Crocker Field. At one end of the field the "sports" were enioying a lively game of vol- leyball, while, at the other end, the food com- mittee was crying over Spanish onions, throwing hamburgers on the grill, and hopefully waiting tor the mile-long line of hungry students to end. Alter eating, Juniors and Seniors both enjoyed a tug-of-vvar, and, despite the rain which drove most inside, a good time was had by all. . , Y V ' U f - - + f '7 l .....-----+--""" S :Y ,A QE J 148 ,X-4' 'Z SENIOR RECEPTION "October 26-The Senior Class held its annual reception to the faculty here at school. The students didn't seem to be hungry Clllj but the faculty tucked their bibs under their chins and went right to work on that spaghetti. After eating, teachers and students trudged up the stairs to the gym, where entertainment was put on by some members of the Senior Class who obvious- ly couldn't have eaten too much-too nervous! The acts included two novelty dances and a routine by the maiorettes. A record dance concluded this successful evening. P. S. Full is right l ! !" Red and Gray Dec. T955 THE RED AND GRAY 7U!ITH KH IH- 'Pi lndunndf Ihfff uf-gy ly x H351 fWI'NWI'L Sprrltnfw nur' L' gg-:-1 3' Q-:I-4--1 4- '+M- -Q I O' raft 1 'r -Q-:E:5"3F '59 " 5 I 1 f T 1 1 L Liffi A U' A 1 D-QE? l.l..l ...Q Q-0--o-0 Q4-riff 1 5 Affgr mv ev- ,- JSF- 4312 H+ S 1 xw rmmvfvr fa L 1 1 Kn d .Ar I 1 wusto Ani! u eurwl' m Q I l- Q Q ,MN ,ign ..x..r 5 1 -I '4- -,xx F11 5 3 if 4 1. ,XTX G I-1 rzrgitrpiji M155 Vt 8 1 I G D '1 3' '1 3. O 1 C3 2. : W 11 gmt h 15 pus Q-ni sl , vo-Q gmt- """ '-I: 1 ,1 r:..1'+'-DQ if 111: Thrudwrsfnmh m .xrdhrax m1 Nh! r 1 4. 1 1. Q- Q Q. 1 I. l 1 I g- I ini i i X-'54,..,iN?" "ZF-.L 4,,4. 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In --3--A-1-2+-"L N' +1---Q VVord by JUDVTH EYLES Moderato SENIOR CLASS SONG 1956 AL,CgA,f,5D'ggSON Ueav'1 lv Vlth Fath tlent hand hear our prav'r as 1t e choe thru the She led us through four years of our Vouth And if-FQJIJ LgfJJ olea for tauvht us I-'-'rfwr' 5-4 last lng llfe for the qD1T well the mean mhp f hon 1 of 1tCb bl P She est V and Truth ee IHtCH6dJlS her stud DT31Q JG GJD? 3 led, guld 5: 5 r ed us thru each loud lv fet ten der I dav , V9 Per QhlH mnv tow yi .a stands IH soleh dld ma es T19 ar hove bea con hrv + e wears, L1fe's e Ju: hol J, EJ-lr free from doubt an fears She holds our HQD Dv we-vm' T195 IN heart oure and true fN Qless her, dear Lord, bless her T 19 as You he Jofwf uw? J we f' 2' V pa-'JM' . .Y N..t F. W J J.feFmhuhJ ff tttol ti ' fl if 1' J J rl J JKJ n J -1 ri S FFVIFS l Q.u.akilg -'.,,.-- X f -1-.--"' ,i,l.-..,-1 -ig.,- R X. '1iXx X! fil X P aw W 3 BASK EWU FOOTBALL 7 Mfdfff 1-' 7 fx f? 5 -AV ff 19 I 'RQ' :ti ' .Eff , ,P ACQGW.: I sm. f 1 . W A ,v A 5,1 'I ...ya-aw ,vs . , 1 fi J 3 + xi'QQ'f,b4,+5. Q' . 4' Nuff' - .lv X fs NW Q area l . , X 3 A IN Q if 1. ,. ' '51 . -X n 11' yfff -Jun' Q is 4 an X I I, 1 A. 'i-QL +1 f-v"rl 'Wt 1-Q. f f ye! N , ., ., , , J' QQ' :ww ffskf Tk ,1 ,ff Q Q , Vi , ' L . rlfz-wif! ,Q - ,', . ', , - 7 f 5 f ', "U 1 x Ak, 'A' A A. J., - .f., dr ,P M +, ,. f if 4 , , - . A , -,,, v I' Q 1' .5 - - .I V ., - ' ,I A -Fx -4, ky: , , ,.l,. .g. . -, . K -is fT,f:f,,4r ' , . , 'v ' J. ' ' 1 ' -4 Q ' , N, . W Q ,f- jj, 14 5' ,f, Q1 l 5' K - a 'f'l.4 'n v- Q- 1 Sf? 5 .I -"':9"hLYs Q-5 Nia 33, 3i'ff': I' 5' ' 1 '-. ,' 3 1 a., -f,..4 - x , 1 fr' fait. Y -f , 5, Q r" . :Q.U'v.N,, 'Av ' X 31' I' ,pw - 1 fn ' ,, - TA' ., Tfk- . S R f swwfk ,A V . n . Mi.,-' ck - -fa., . 1- xf. i Q' :TK ' 'i x . -QQ, I--J- VARSITY FOOTBALL First row, left to right: T. Matson, T. B Hager, T. Collins, R. Quinn, W. Jordan, C. Heslam, D. MacLean, L. Favini, W. Coach Guazzo, Coach Fillback. Last row ailey, B. Mattson, R. Dominick, E. Mellitt, R. Lashua, L. Testa, D K. Caron. Second row: Coach Sullivan, J. Siciliano, T. Sleeper LeClair, E. Torcoletti, K. Matson, A. Cristofono, T. Blackwell : R, Fortin, S. Kazogles, R, Tienhaara, J. Pezzolesi, G. Caldow, K Strom, R. Boutwell, T. Shields, K. Rosie-dt. Sept. Oct. OCt. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov SCHEDULE F.H.S. Opp. Adams .. Canceled Notre Dame . - .,..,.. 9 O Nashua ...., 19 26 Gardner ...... O 13 Shrewsbury . .... 20 O St. Bernards .... 7 13 Athol . ..a.CariCeIed Worcester North . 6 7 Leominster . 7 39 RALPH W. HOWARD, Faculty Mgr. DR. E. A. ADAMS, Team Physician M. J. MCDONOUGH, Director of Athletics EDWARD SULLIVAN, Coach STANLEY GOODE, Assistant Coach DOMINIC GUAZZO, Assistant Coach ARMAS FILLBACK, Assistant Coach f C I FN: LZ , ,A W K W' ng? 3 2 i .... Q mx 5 'I ,P A, ,, 4 f xii "' 3 5 f ' :f ' , L 'G ' 2 .J . ,' K' M: ' A rl. ' in .., ,Q 9 4 4 5i'.'e"Q'3i rw ff ' 4. ,W A 1 ' f gi f f a 6 'K' Q g ' ' H 3 W 5a"1t . 1- , fr-'35f7" is 1' nj RA 3' Q . , 4 . . . . . 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H. t A, wir' if Q ,MW wx af as 1' . -swf V w.:vf"f A h N' LEOMINSTER GAME J LEOMINSTER GAME t I X.: S 1 XV' muy A 1 v 1, QY-'U I A Liu! v X2 1 'X ' SQUAD "A" Walter Congrarn Ronald Boudreau Paul Kendra Robert Mattson Charles Heslam Ronald Moilanen James Sheppard Bernard Keohan James Hanley David King Robert Musgrove Gerson Rater Richard Boutwell Dec Jan Jan Jan Jan .Ian Jan Jan .lan Jan Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM SCHEDULE 1955 Alumni St. Bernards Nashua Leominster Athol Gardner Clinton Notre Dame St. Bernards Notre Dame Athol Gardner Nashua Clinton Leominster Roy E. Weymouth, Manager, Ralph W. Howard, Faculty Manager, Martin J. Mc- Donough, Director of Athletics, John D. Oliva, Coach. NORTH WORCESTER COUNTY CHAMPIONS here here away away here away away here away away away here here here here F.H 68 65 61 87 75 75 55 48 45 69 68 65 63 52 60 .S. OPP 38 50 69 71 47 53 50 51 42 46 41 31 65 60 49 n -46- 5, GN H "3w2i'E5Q .mx , 'Wa-.. 4 'N S z ' N, ameri ,f-Ns l, L P 4, x 'A 'Wm 1- vv 2 We . 'L r',l ii JS s x , S, L , ,- I ,ls , 'if A E 1 , , if K VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS OF First rovv, left to riglwlz Judy Heino, Beverly Porter, Joyce Evaslwousky, Cassinari, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Bonnallie, Beverly Hill, BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS OF 17" Q. 3 gf lf is ia lil r l955-56 Second row: Susan Mlsner, Virginia l954-55 First row, left to right: Sandra Martin, Susan Misner, Pat Kelley, Ann Hooper, Barbara Bonnallie, Beverly Rossi. Second row: Judy Heino, Pat Paterson, Nancy Johnson, Mary Mirijanian, Joan Parker, Beverly Tally. VARSITY BASEBALL Front row, left to right: Art Georgalis, Bob Musgrave, Rene Shattuck, Hack Francis, Dave Estey 19555 Jerry Pezzolesi, Gerson Refer, Tony Granata. Back row: Dick Flynn, Ron Moilanan, Frank Flynn, Lou Testa Tony Cristofono, Don Mac Lean, Jim Sprague, and Coach William J. Dooley. Going to press a full month earlier This year, means that we lose out on the late spring sport picturesg however, in this group are all the men who will be carrying The baseball load. i SCHEDULE All The old rivals will perhaps be scheduled again and These are The Teams we expecT will be played on a home and home basis: Gardner Murdock CIinTon Leominster Nashua, N. H. ST. Bernards AThoI Lawrence Academy i If Qi T, KX A Once again, with track, our deadline prevents a May picture of the team, nevertheless, Coach Stanley A. Goode will be calling on these, our classmates, appearing in this group. Don Hager, Lou Favini, Ken Matson, and Ken Caron. TRACK TEAM Tentative Schedule Milford, N. H. Nashua, N. H. Belmont Relays Marlboro Leominster Gardner Worcester Xa' Wig I nh YJ + 55 Ss ' 1. 1 9 ss. S-159 ,- s '19 - BX 5 ' ng 4 K JI 51 X , sup kj., Caron Sheppard Jordan T Ma'rson umn Connors Kendra Worllnley Mollanen Rlccr Daullon Card Torcolelh Sleeper Herala Tesla Crlslofono R Ma+'rson Tlue Grana+a Hager K Maison Favunl Capfam Anderson Co Manager Marble Co Manager MacLean Moge Conrad Pxsowoclu Taylor Musgrove Heslam Laslaua Wlswell Balduccl ArmasW Flllbaclx Coach .DI Left to right: Roy Weymouth '57, Larry Taylor '57, Paul Kendra '56, Bob Mattson '56, Joel Levin '57 Ralph Dominick '56, Coach Francis A. Sheehan. lMissing Martin Gazourian '57.J TENNIS TEAM Tentative Schedule Home and Horne Lawrence Academy Assumpiion Prep Cushing Academy Athol Nashua, N. H. 'W K x-.-.af f5 S R 1? .R 4-. if ,jf ,nn-' gs , Sf!! Y .QA U "lr V ,Q . . 1 'L yf ' LLASYQ t '-.gf ng, Qgfzw. - " L '54 f:4fJaV,9f5T4-S"1i ?f K ' . , . - --'M . , -- , x . Q 1 , "' .5 fx-4 f . W fren, , g ,w ' 'ff' -, -1 4 'fi ' ,QT nik-.,l X ,, ' g ' V ,".fq+. 1 4? . . , A ,.. , Sw--an 323 CLASS HISTORY INTRODUCTION Our goals are novv seT before Us We look aheao vva'Ting Tor The dreams of our Tumre To come True In These momenTs before vve leave Though we have Time To look back aT The Tour years ThaT have made Us bring memories? FRESHMAN YEAR We as Freshmen newcomers unclerfooT nonenTiTies By June Bishop and Barbara Clark ready To begin achieving These goals. JUST vvorcls . . . buT clon'T They SOPHOMORE YEAR Excltement our trrst chance for recognrtlon the Play' Our actung abllrty was tested and proved We ve never regretted tor a rnunute our choice of Coach Guazzo as class advisor Hes proved both advusor and father to us were E These are the tour We elected our ovvn Class Offrcers Ken our Presldent Qcrooge tnend to everyone Sallie our Vice Presrdent Sal ambrtlon galore Jrm our Treasurer Der Grosse arnrable Nancy our Secretary Nan personalrty plus s vvho helped make our clas 6 team JUNICR YEAR Upperclassmen at last! off. r w .A A r if February . . . We all worked Together as a Team to make our Junior Prom a really mem- orable event. It was a "Southern Holi- day," but remember how it snowed'?! We remembered Coach at Christmas with "ZIP," who has become our faith- ful mascot, loved by all. He has Ioyally attended all class functions through- out his stay with us. June. . RELAY!! Blue and white beanies distinguished Juniors clearly from Seniors, and our spirit rose as high as our new flag, which waved proudly over the stands that day. It was a close and exciting race . . . we really gave the Seniors a scare! Our boys did a terrific job. Afterwards, we all ended up at Coach Guazzo's for a spur-of-the-moment hot dog roast, that turned out to be lots of fun. For the Class of '56, this was a day to remember. December . . . we captured the prizes for best actor and actress in the Open Meeting. The hard work paid Mad dash to the fourth floor in February- CLASS RINGS CAME IN!! We rule the roost! We're SENIORSI! October . . . ,bf Ah! . . . smell that spaghetti! . . . looks good. , C 5 V l . . is good. . . .vvas good! . . on a full stomach . . .? RESULT. . .good time. "We've got the pep . . .!" And we did have! Everything about the rally was fuli of spirit and enthusiasm. Red and white streamers waved in the Senior section, and our cheers were the loudest. We wanted to make our last rally the biggest and best, and it vvas. October . We picked our class flovver . THE WHITE SWAN ROSE. ,QOH 'ft i Q4 as sun? W is B ws. ,ak QM-sv "Eff"-'Y f' "sf ' , N341 'wi its ' vm. W sw - at 341 'A ., i ts if , 1 f n If , iii ' . ':' ' ' 'Z r 1 Hearts were the lightest . . . feet the dancingest . . . laughter the gayest . .. reunions the nfterriest . . . time the bestest at the Thanksgiving Dance. Our co-captains Lou and Monty sparked our boys on to a season packed with plenty of thrills and spills. Each did his part, to make it an exciting season. You should have seen their faces when the Class of '56 walked oft with the prizes tor . . . the best play . . . the best actress . . . and runner-up for best actor! SENIOR cLAss PLAY GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE .af Ti The Sensor Class gratefully thanks Mass Peabody our very able and helpful backstage supervtsor and Mr Angelopoulos our capable director for helping to make this class play one of the fxnest ever produced at F H S Mr Kimber Newton Fuller Annabelle Fuller Madge Fuller Steve Eldrldge Katie Mrs Douglas Clayton Evans Rena Leslre Hester Raymond Uncle Stanley Leggett Frazer Tommy Hughes Sue Barrmgton Miss Wilcox Mr Prescott CAST CONRAD TAYLOR WlLLlAM CONNORS ESTHER SMITH BARBARA CLARK KENNETH MATSON ANN JOHNSON SUSAN MISNER JAMES SHEPPARD MYRNA ROSENBAUM CAROL SHORT BRUCE REID THOMAS SLEEPER KENNETH CARON EDWARD MELLITT CAROL WOODS SANDRA HENRICSON ROBERT DAULTON Scene A farmhouse un Pennsylvanua BACKSTAGE Wlllalm Kanduanus Co Manager Ralph Domlnnc John Pasanen Co Paul Possuck Sudney Posslck Lawrence Marble Rodney Anderson Manager Robert Mattson James Mahan Robert Whupple Roberta Llnhart Co Property Chalrman Juduth Eyles Co Property Charrman Judnth Fischer Ann Hooper Marlorle Stmon Helen Drepanos Juduth Nletlvner June Bushop .ff AW? 'if 1'5" f' N x , X! f if QfSf'9 S g g f' Q53 E, M M- 1 XHXH X Y lXlx,.'m al K-Q N M NFA . JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS eafed Joyce Johnsfo e Pes def ay e a e sde T 1 o o Sec eta Roy Wey outh Treasure To The class of 1957 we leave our many happy memones of broken TesT Tubes IH The chemusTry laboraTory Tan mall from The office madly sTnklng any key IH 308 Thinking IH 304 collechng nuckles Tor gum In 401 Tor The March of Dimes creeping crayfush In 210 and of course aTTer noon Tea wnTh Mr Woodbury' 5 : n, Vic r i ng W n P rk r, Prei n. Sanding: Alice Bo n , r ry m , r. V 4 ,- N- , 1 , t , 1 .. . ' . I V V ' ' ll ' ll ' I l I I 4 . 1 - ll 1 1 1 1 ' ll ' INDEX TO ADVERTISERS CLASS OF I'-756 A B Mlmeographmg Co Army 8: Navy SI'ore Asher Co Barley Ye House of John Baron s Belanger Hardware Bell s Whale Shop Bon Ton Reslauranl' Book Shop The Boslr Funeral Home Boyle D A ClI'y Cleaners Clly PIa+e Glass Co Inc Clly S+eam Laundry Clover Hull Food Shop Comforl Slipper Corporahon Davm Dr Thomas F Delonge Co Louls Dempsey s Drug S+ore Doug s Vegelable Barn Dunn Cllfford Eagles Frafernal Order EIllo+'I' s Jewelers Emplre Shoe Relaullders Eves Klddle Shop Eyles EIec+rlc Co Famlly Super Marlcel' Fashion Cenfer Fldellly Co Operahve Banlc Finch Inc C K Flfchburg Creamery Inc Flfchburg Gas 8: Eleclrlc L:gh+ Co Fnchburg 8: Leommsler Sfreei' Railway Co Fllchburg Mu'I'uaI Flre Insurance Frlchburg Paper Co Fllchburg Plumbing Supply Co Flfchburg Savings Banlc Flfchburg Federal Savings and Loan Assoclahon Flfchburg Senhnel Flfchburg Spinners Sales Corp Fos+er 81 Sons Ralph S FraH'aIone Guy A Gage Insurance Agency B E Gagnon H H Gall s General Eleclrnc Co Gladone s Goodwm W C Gruener Hardware S'I'ore Harry s Jewelry Sfore Hedslrom Union Company Helen s Hood Tal Hycresl' Farms Tr: Cl+y Dairy Hyland 8: Co A S Inclependeni' Cab Co Jenmson Co Kendall Caferlng Co Kimball 81 Sons LeBlanc Henry LeCuyer s Super Marlcei' Lesure 'I'he Florlsf Lewls Furmfure Shops Llncoln Vendlng Inc Long s Men s Shop Loring Sfudlo Marly s Marvo OII Co Inc Ma++hews Mo+ors Inc Mazanec Frank Muller Mofors Inc Muller s Mull Remnanl' Shop Monluorl OII Co Moran Square Dmer Mofor Marl' Mo'I'or Paris Servlce Murnllc S Na+han S M Ollver FurmI'ure Co Park Pharmacy . . 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' ' ,,,,,,, , I33 'I Plerce Ernesl' P Plerce s Greenhouses Punk Salon Pollock s Marke+ Porler Earl R Pu+ney lnc W E Race F W RrH'er s Rober+ s Furnl+ure Co Roger s Romanos Harvard S+ Markel Roncone Real+y Co J L Roof Harold F Rosen Co Barney Safefy Fund Nahonal Bank Salny 8: Salny Sco++ Jewelry Co Sears Roebuck and Co Seclno Frank Servuce Elecirlc Supply Co Shepard 8: Parker DC S+ar Cleaners Tarbox Furnllure Co Tafer s Beverages Taylor Ar+hur S Tower s General Tnres Ward Bird Donavan Ware 8: Ware Webber Lumber 8: Supply Co WEI M W F G M Wilson Inc Charles F Woodcome Paul J Worces+er Norfh Savings lns+l'I'u'hon Union Hardware Co lnc Umfed Co Operahve Socleiy of Flfchburg Vlcfory Aufo Supply Yellow Cab Co Y M C A Srmonds Saw 8: Sfeel Co I38 The Class of I956 smcerely +hanks all of 'rhe adverhsers whose sup pori' has been of greal' help In making 'rhls book possible If IS hoped +haf +he Class of l956 and nfs 'Friends will reclprocafe whenever possible, by pa+ronizing +hese merchanis. ' , .T TT ,r..r,..Ar.r,.. T l57 TT r..,, TT ' ' T TT T T I57 ' . T ' T, T TT l58 ' TT . . ,.., ,.,.. ,.,.,. T ..., T T T l58 ' ' T , ., . . ,T TT T ,,,,. TT T l58 - ' - T ' , . .T .rr,. TIS9 T T I T ' T ..... T T TT T TT l59 ' ' .T TT l59 T T ' ,r.,.rr..,.. TT l59 ,T TT ' . .... I60 Wiley 8: Foss, Inc. TT T TT ., . . T l6O ' , ., . T , . ,T T ..... v,.,. .,.. l 3 7 , .T ., T .,,. T TT l60 ' ' T I38 ' ' T ,... ......, T . T, T T l6I ' - ' ' TT IZ7 ' T TT T ' , TTTTT lbl ' ,T T ' ' ., l l6l . TT TT T T TTTT TTTT, TTTTTTT T T T I39 .... TT TTT, T TT COMPLIMENTS OF EYLES ELECTRIC 6 R e S+ t Ftchb rg M ss Electrrcol Contractors Consulting Englneermg Factory Molntenonce A LIVE WIRE OUTFIT 59 iv r ree i u , a Dial 2-IO40 Lun. 2-4756 Il Il PAUL J WQQDCQME Insurance Agency, Inc tal hed Incorporated 1913 fwyg Phonn 3 7101 3 1408 410 A121111 Street F1tClllJllfb NIH O 0 E52 nlis - 1891 - 1 z T. gl wf f' ' -- I . U, 1 SS Compliments of WARE 81 WARE ROBERT L WARE and PHILLIPS F LEWIS THORNTON K. WARE LORING STUDIOS Portrcuts Inclwlduallty M Tlpl 212 PIXB of Ah 280A St t - 6 -' 'll' F't ll gfM-M.. M 1' hbg SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE S + F1 M FITCHBURG FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LCAN ASSOCIATION Compliments of CORPORATION PARKHILL MILL FITCHBURG, MASS COMFORT SLIPPER LOUIS DEJONGE COMPANY GOOD LU K TO THE CLASS OF I956 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES Ae eNo 448 246 S+ + Ffhb g Compjimenfs of Surface Coated Paper C From ri . ree ic: ur Complimenis of C K FINCH INC Cooper D1s'I'r1bu+or for TIRES TUBES AND BATTERIES FrIchburg s Larges+ Recapplng Shop 992 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS Tel 2 5238 ...S IUNE 0 13 7 19 2 2 24 25 26 27 8 29 30 I We Salute the Graduating Class of May you all 'fund happmess and suc cess m 'rhe years ahead FITCHBURG GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHT CO O I I O f , , X Q I 1956 . . . .4 . 9, . suN MONIWTUE WEDITHUI FRI SAT Q' I 1 2 3 4 5 6 71 8 9 1 11 12 14 15 16 1 18 0 21 I 22 3 2 I Try One of Our Deluxe Parlor Txpe Bu C wuth Rc 11111111 Seah fm Your Burl I I1 lrlnr Job IUXNPSI RXIPS IN Nl ASS BX I ws ' FITLHBURG 81 LEOMINSTER ST RY CO T1 lc 11110111 I llllllllll' 3 6111 Compllments 0 Fltchburg Paper Company and 1ts Decotone Products DiV1SiOH , ' S S " 37 ' ' g ' ,1"f. f cf flbw no f 1' 1 frfifxf T' ' NN A ' A, " j ZS, K-'rf' jx,-f"f1fLY' ixuuunm. v j ' 4 . fl! ' pgQ 3 1 . 1 . 1 . , V, , V. R s- ' WT' 11Ass1aM,1f1Rs 1 1xLLowLD I 'N BCD f I -W ig k 1 III 0 - N '1 L, . 0 . 1' 841.1 0':-.'7',. D 1 0 0 FITCHBURG PLUMBING SUPPLY CO CpI+f FITCHBURG SAVINGS BANK M IN STREET FITCHBURG MASS Fuchburg Spmners Sales Corporauon 111 1 111 sl IN FIM 1 11111111 ll 11 ll Ill 111 5 Jllllllll 1 1 Best Wlshes f01 Success GENERAL ELECTRIC CGMPANY Ftlb fiUlIl1llilHl'lll.N of O O 0 J7."'T1'1'Q fit' 'g Ya '11 C . Wtlllillit' Sllillllillgj Mills. Inv. V114 fl' ' 51 Xflls. Ill'. , C i c 1 urg, Massachusetts HEDSTRGM UNICN CGMPANY C f THE JENNISCN CGMPANY Compllmen+s of KEN DALL CATERING COMPANY ,.""" E. ? i 56 NORTH STREET FITCHBURG MASS Graduates of 1956 KlmbaII's Store for Men and Boys FOR 66 YEARS Ex+ends 'lo You Young People Hs Hearhesf Congrafulahons and Bes'r Wlshes May You Slrrve +o Do Your Parf nn Malung +he World a Be++er Place In Whlcl1+o Lnve KIMBALL AND SON CO 480 Mann S+ree+ Fdchburg Mass . M Q ... -3-El "f Xu ' K 4 , .-K . :Diff 3 ,!y.g.., Y 'K , . O . I . . I HARCLD F RGUT MONTUORI OIL CO INC F hburg, Massach l926- l956 Q ol 0 Cunzplinwnls of . . . The Safety Fund auonal Bank of Fltchburg D11 mba r I f ell 1111 D1 pnszl Insuram 1 f urporlztwn SIWVIONDS SAW AND STEEL COMPANY ff'-Kg Cordlally Inzztes You to Lzszt their X 'l jf, JJ Jw! 1111111 11 r mul A X, X f0NlR0lIlD IUNDVIIONS Snnonrls lI!ruVmI1rn U rrlnulf ll: I Xl If X Illlffllllf lmrul flllllllllf 510 trnglltlme n101l1rn pI'0dIllll0Il nnlllml m 0IN"l'lIl0ll rn um tx m ll 11111 mu lk ll 1 1r1 m ll f u 11111 1 lllllg lllllllili 1 llllllt llUl 1 1011 r QI LIN 1ru lllllllll 0 lil in 1h1t m 1lu. 5llll0l1d 1 more dc- 1r1l1l1 Illll lo work md build 1 fuluu Xl ltlng Hour 'Nloruln to II'ldlN 900 1 m In .50 1 0 Q . . W . 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I- .1 - 1 A J- . I V. Y i-ii,-I N ' liz- !k'L4f!,l,--- Y . 'A ' I ' .1ffkL,,5 A I 1 .L A 1w v ,., M A - x WJ J Y li54Xf , , 1. i-J ff' Jff- ,jgfijgif ,, . -1 - 4- - - 1 - 1 A 1 1 1 1 A - 1 X , J 5 -. ' 'ir ' ws ' mt 7! 1" DR Y I ' I , Y. ' ll f 1 1 :- .'-, s 1' - ' . 1 " ' s ' 1 ' . . . lm-:1 I ull "pw of saws, 1 -I ' 2 k ' fl -1. slu'1 w. -lc. 1 1 1 lf . . . get il 04'l0hl'-llliv of 1- - lam' l'gl ' , r'1 "'l' 1 -" and 11 ' I ol, .nfl Q I -'1 ' 5 11n1l tl -' '1'l0I'5 1 1'-Q' 51 - 5'3 '11" "1 ' 1 1. s. 1-' . 1. . '.0j.m. SHEPARD 81 PARKER Cpl+f STAR CLEANERS FITCHBURG AND LEOMINSTER Compllmenfs of UNITED CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY SUPER MARKET BRANCH MARKETS Gif? Shop C05 Dairy Fuel OIIS Bakery Servuce S+ahon Complumen+s of WFGM Muslc News Sports LES LEVINSON TAL HOOD KIRK ANDERSON LAD CARLETQN DORIS HARDY Congra+ula+lons Class of l956 Main Office: 8I5 Main S+ree+ Fifchburg, Mass. A B MIMEOGRAPHING CO 80 SNOW STREET FITCHBURG MASS T I 3 2 WORCESTER NORTH SAVINGS INSTITUTION DEPOT SQUARE FITCH BURG MASS C pI I 'F ARMY AND NAVY STORE 332 MAIN STREET FITCHURG MASS Complimenis of e. -90I CompIimen+s of om imen s o CompIln'enI's oi THE ASHER COMPANY Manufadurers of MEN S AND STUDENTS SLACKS CompI menI's of YE HOUSE OF JOHN L BAILEY CompIumen+s of BARON S CARD 81 GIFT SHOP When You Care Enough Io Send Ihe Very Bes+ 343 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS Tel 2 2907 BELANGER HARDWARE 282 Wafer SI'ree+ Fi+cI1burg I I 'I . 4 . I ll ll I . . .. CompIumenI's of BELLS WHITE SHOP I6 PRICHARD STREET FITCHBURG MASS CompIlmen'I's of BON TON RESTAURANT THE BOOK SHOP Boolcs Cards GIHS Reeords Radios and Record Players Lendung Library 536 Mann S+ree+ Flfchburg Mass Compllmenfs of JOHN A BOSK, INC Helpful Friendly Courfeous Servlce LOCAL OR DISTANT PRIVATE PARKING Tel 2 3635 85 Blossom S'free+ . ' . c Q f . a o a I n Q o 0 a 0 - Compllmenfs of D A BOYLE COMPANY INC Esfabllshed I857 NINETY NINE YEARS OF SERVICE 290 Wafer S+ree+ Tel 3 6494 Compllmenls of CITY CLEANERS PALACE LAUNDRY INC 655 WaI'er S+reeI' Dual 3 3024 CITY PLATE GLASS CO INC Reliable Dealers In Glass Modern Sfore Fron'I's Mirrors of Every Descrlphon Mnrrors Re Sslvered and Re Sfyled Glass for Aufomoblles Sfeel Sash Glazung DIAL 2 3907 7 LUNENBURG STREET CITY STEAM LAUNDRY, INC I70 Nor+I1 SI'reeI' Telephone 3 7822 Fl'IcI1burg Mass . . , , - I ., . PIaI'e and Window Glass Om meh S 0 CLOVER HILL FOOD SHOP 374 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS DR T F DAVIN M 'r FITCHBURG MASSACHUSETTS DEMPSEYS DRUG STORE PAUL w DEMPSEY R Ph P p TI3 32 Ffhbg DOUG S VEGETABLE BARN F l1F 'r cl Vege s 4-I3 PEARL HILL ROAD TEL 2-4l7O C pli + F 455 ain S reef I "' . , . ., ro . Q l45- I47 Lunenburg Sfreei' e. -63 ic ur ,Mass Complimen+s of I res rui s an fable F I DRL HY 84 MIND IUMPANX IELJIJIWEIJMJ IE MJILFJNN UMWDDEAXNQW AXEEIRUILSY Eazafiagy .E-iuaalffdly Ewww ELLIOTT S hb g 1 I EMPIRE SHOE REBUILDI-ERS Nat J. In 611116 C plimcnts of 'T " Y "w A V11 N " I " 7' . J.. . I. 1, ,4 .I 0 . W I 3 'J J .- A -f I Y p ' F I v Complete Insurfznfe Service for Home, Car and Busin I I sonia Building --I T4-In-phollc 2-0055 -ff-- 520 Main St., F' lb g Compliments of ' 9 Fitc ur 's Busiest Jewe ry S ore Compliments of g . EVES KIDDIE SHOP Ch d I 39I MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS W F56 FAMILY SU PER MARKET ANGELA S FASHION CENTER I1 22I MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS FIDELITY CO OPERATIVE BANK Corner of Main and Grove S+ree'rs CompIimen+s of I II ren's Appare From I Minufe Io I6 Years Besi' Ishes 'Io +I1e Class o I9 Complimenis of I Youi' Is Our SpeciaII'y Complimenfs of FIIFHBURG C11EANIERY INC t Fhbg TITCIIPI RF MDTU XI FIhE HN SUP XNC E CONIP XWY F l FITCHBURG SENTINEL RALPH S FOSTER 81 SONS E M S3 94 I QM Compliments of f W Y 3 X X1 ' A A , , 4 , . 10 North S reet itt' Complimvnts of , . T T f ' S A S S 1 A 1 E 4 J 1 'EN g , U SW A IJ. L 4 . L Q l 781 Main Slrvct ,omp iments of Real state Sales - In 'e g Appraisals g P 1 3 .Uanugenzent W aiu Street Tc-lvpllmlo I -. 7 File llllll' f. i CompIlmen+s of GUY A FRATTALLONE Insurance Real Es'ra+e 324 WATER STREET TELEPHONE 3 4435 THE B E GAGE INSURANCE AGENCY INC General Insurance TeIepI1one 2 2527 470 Mann S+ree+ Safe+y Fund Bank Bldg KENNETH C MEEHAN Pes den+ CompIlmen+s of H H GAGNON REALTOR Corner Day and Cherry SI'reeI's Compllmenfs of GAILS 347 Mann S+ree'I Fl+cI1Iourg Mass Q . ' Fifchburg, MassacI1useI"I's . , r I Compllmenls of GIADONE S INC FURNITURE Plulco Refrlgeralors Sealy Maflresses GOODWIN INC For 57 Years a Good Place 'ro Buy Good Shoes 356 MAIN STREET FITCHBURC-5 MASS Compllmen+s of GRU EN ER S Flfchburg s Emes+ Hardware Valspar Palnfs Valspar Varmshes 3l MAIN STREET Complimen+s of HARRY'S JEWELRY STORE 359 Main S+ree+ 1 , . Complimenfs of W. C. , . I helen s HYCREST FARMS AND TRI CITY DAIRY A S HYLAND 81 CO OFFICE SUPPLIES OFFICE EQUIPMENT SOCIAL STATIONERY 753 Main ree TeI. 3 36 Complimvnts of 7 les, lad, Icirk, +aI CompIImen'rs of CompIimenI's of S+ I -30 BesI' Wishes To The Class of I956 INDEPENDENT CAB COMPANY Depend on IndepencIen+ I3 Prichard S'rreeI' Fifchburg, Mass. TWO WAY RADIO VEIKKO LAMPILA S35 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MASS BEST WISHES CLASS OF 1956 L ECUYER S WATER STREET MARKET INC HENRY J LEBLANC INSURANCE AGENCY REAL ESTATE I8 G Fi b ph 3 HENRY J LEBLANC JR A + CompIimenI's of Jeweler I I I 0 Complefe Insurance Service rove S+., ich urg TeIe one -4437 . , ., socia e LESURE THE FLORIST SPI' LEWIS FURNITURE SHOPS HOME OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE LINCOLN VENDING INC LONG S MEN S SHOP QUALITY WITH STYLE AT POPULAR PRICES 385 M + u nam S+ree+ Complimenfs of 645 Main SI'reeI' FiI'cI1burg, Mass. Complimenfs of , . Complimenfs of I I ain S reei' MARTYS SHOE STORE MARVO OIL CO INC I0 LUNENBURG STREET MORAN SQUARE MATTHEW S MOTOR COMPANY Chevrolet Cars I7 SNow STREET TELEPHONE 3 4874 G d Cl f 956 FRANK MAZAN EC FITCHBURG TELEPHONE 2 3703 Complimenfs of I You Can Save From Two lo Three Cen'l's on Every Gallon of Gasoline al' The ., . I May oo Forfune Be Yours ass o l MILL REMNANT SHOP MILLER S 33: 333 MAIN STREET FITCHBURG MILLER MOTORS INC Y PONTIACD I F+hb g 'r C plm MORAN SQUARE DINER Complimenfs of Complimenfs of I Ladies' and Men's Apparel Complimenfs of , . our ea er In i c ur II3 Lunenburg S reei' om I enI's of Complumenrs of MOTOR MART of FITCHBURG CORP Your Chrysler PIymou+h Dealer I62 WATER STREET I956 CLASS CLOCK wull be placed un our slore wundow sofne Iume un May Every Senuors name wull appear on Ihe clock dual The clock wull be wound so ul' wull sfop durung 'Ihe day of gradualuon The munu'Ie hand wull s'rop a+ a senuor gurls name and she wull receuve a fune hugh grade braceIe+ wafch The hour hand wull s'Iop af a senuor boys name and he wuII receuve good sfrap waI'ch If Ihe wunner already has a wafch and u+ was purchased here un I956 she or he may have SIO0 un cash unsfead of a wa'I'ch S M NATHAN INC Reguslerecl Jeweler Amerucan Gem Socuery 47I MAIN STREET FITCHBURG Complumen+s of D A BOYLE COMPANY ESTABLISHED I857 Nune'I'y nune Years of Servuce 290 Wafer S+ Tel 3 6494 Complumenls of MOTOR PARTS sERvucE, uNc . . . I . . . . 1 . . . u - . a 0 0 I ' OLIVER FURNITURE COMPANY b 9 PARK PHARMACY WNIKKA as Rg+ arm ERNEST R PIERCE PIERCE S GREENHOUSES coRsAe-Es AND cur FLOWERS Fon ALL occAsLoNs 66 KI dk F hb 9 M Complimenfs of Fifch ur 's Largesf SI'ore Complimenfs of L. II , . ., e is ere armacis+ 833-835 Main S'rree+ Telephone 2-9I I2 Complimenfs of Builder of Fine Homes I on ie Avenue iI'c ur , ass. THE PINK SALON M + DI2530 FITCHBURG MASSACHUSETTS POLLOCK S MARKET ECHANIC STREET Parc:-:Buns MASS EARL R PORTER INC W E PUTNEY, INC AII Kinds o nsurance Complimenfs of ain S reeI' ia -2 Complimenis of I 432 M . 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