Fitchburg State University - Saxifrage Yearbook (Fitchburg, MA)
- Class of 1955
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MPMMHpHW Sllllill In ' Published by THE SENIOR CLASS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE Fi+chburg, Massachusetts JUNE, 1955 lit! Ill I Hi GEE i tefrirs pHA ' ' -j tm— ' i " -- II .1 fl m Siiri mm jJ% » •. ,. - ■• B 4n i 8 ' 1 ? £ i ii ■J 1 1 1 I I I 1 We feel it an honor and a privilege to dedicate our 1955 Saxifrage to you, Mr. Roger F. Holmes. Your sincerity and understanding in all our en- deavors will long be remembered. Though we may never meet again as a class, we are confident that your unselfish guidance through the four most important years of our life will bear fruit. ' H ■H Hi HB ■HBIMHWHWBH1 president ralph f. weston Suxte qgeac . gol . cgatchb S ' e ssaci ; Husett s V955 a aO » p r esid cTlt graduate study ROGER F. HOLMES industrial arts JAMES J. HAMMOND division heads nursing education GRACE GUMMO special education DR. JOHN R. EICHORN education WILLIAM R. TRACEY RACHEL S. BRUCE music UCHARD L. KENT ► t departmental faculty art FLORENCE D. CONLON ELIZABETH M. HASKINS PHILIP A. Mr MURRAY CHARLES C. BUTLER science DR. EDWIN R. CLARK DR. HELEN B. ROSS DR. GEORGE ' F. CONDUCE psychology DR. HARRY F. PERCIVAL j DR. JOHN R. EICHORN JOSEPHINE A. BOLGER f w o i nursing MA ROTI . C. SMITH . WEBSTER CAMI ' ltKI.l. C. POITRAS E. DAVIS L. BENNETT VRMSTRONC, E. CAIRNS DEwrrr WTIIII H 0RSIN1 J Wtttyj 1 J H ■■ ■ $ " « " . ' J 1 1 ■ j II ll JTff J( jv J£ 1 •- .J j ii v. Br 1 junior high Joseph E. Underwood, Charles C. Butler, William H. Fitzgibbon, Anna F. Philbin, Sig ne Antila, Virginia. Bingham, Robert Goss. training schools edgerly Luella P. Topping, Elizabeth Quatt- lander. Elma M. Johnson, Joanne Miller, Pauline Curran, Elizabeth O ' Connor. Marian B. Cushman, Margaret McDowell, Isabel Bragg. P I dillon Anna Peterson, Irene Passios, Bet- tina Asselta, Mary Croucher, Cath- erine Weston. « " administration Jeanne Zephir, Priscilla Arnold, Margaret Clancy, Ruth Phillips, Jeannette Trainque, Pauline Pirro, Nellie Newell, Ellen Matson, Mary Spires. staff psychiatrist You can ' t hardly get none of them no more. library Dr. A. Orin Leonard, Catherine Needham. m HH Phillip M. Croi se Junior High Phil " Grotto 1 . . . leader . . . serious at the rijiht times . . . quiet . . . sin- cere . . . tremendous appetite ... a friend oi " Venus " ... a top notch teacher . . . Oh. those ties! . . . " Anyone for the Brook? " . . . perfec- tionist . . . hifih forehead, imia Gaveleer Society . . . SCA . . . Class President . . . CMA, Secretary Class Dai Conun. . . . Dean ' s List. Nancy B. Sheehan Elementary Nance Our true Irish colleen with that special walk . . . the dignified manner of a perfect lady ... all those little gems of advice . . . " You ' d better go now " . . . parochial pro . . . " Oh, for the sidewalks of New York " . . . sparkling conversationalist . . . personality all her own . . . " She ' s love- ly, she ' s engaged " . . . " What ' s going on in Bridgewater? " . . . love that camel hair coat . . . " Gerard ' s coming up! " . . . Carole ' s keeper . . . " Who ' s that at the window? " Gnothi Seauton Newman Club, Corresponding Secretary, Program Co-Chairman . . . Vice President of Class . . . ToKalon Society, Corresponding Secretary . . . Stick . . . Carnival Committee . . . Halloween Committee . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Volleyball . . . Senior Prom Committee . . . Exchange Student . . . Dean ' s List. naBGnnNHHi Ethel M. McKellick Elementary Ethel SSS . . . " Really! " . . . neatness personified . . . ivory maestro . . . advice to the lovelorn . . . the art center . . . can she handle a car (?) . . . sports enthusiast . . . unique hair style . . . hazel eyes . . . con- scientious Newmanite . . . " Let ' s go " . . . wee hours of the morning . . . " Hep, hep " . . . never shirks her duties . . . bubbling with enthusiasm . . . friendly to all ... a coke drinker. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club, Corresponding Secretary . . . Student Co-op, Vice President . . . Glee Club . . . WAA Board . . . Cheerleader, Captain . . . Outing Club . . . Adelphian Society . . . Commuting Woman ' s Board . . . Accrediting Committee . . . Class Day Marshal . . . Freshman Weekend Committee . . . Dean ' s List . . . All Sports. Robert V. Iosue Industrial Arts Bobby A man of Denstinction . . . immortalized on the Lunenburg courts . . . Mr. Dy Iosue, chaperone to Boston . . . TC ' s taxi, with keys supplied, drive-ur-self . . . keeper of the goal . . . gets a job done . . . unconcerned in attitude . . . fancy stepper around the Maypole ... " A cup of tea, please " . . . fan club . . . loved by all who know him ... a pleasant word for one and all . . . " Gee whiz. " Phi Delta Pi Soccer, Co-Captain . . . Baseball . . . Basketball . . . Esoteric Society . . . Class Treasurer . . . SCA . . . Dramatic Club . . . Carnival Week- end Committee . . . Class Day Committee . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . MAA Vice President. Philosophically inclined . . - .t ' i enthusiasl ed " . . . pin ball advocal expert ... " ' 1 got an A plus ' N - man t ' lub. Treasurer . . I ' m i F. uri; [ndustrial n- Pe«« P. 1. . . . 1 aissei [aire . . temperamental always ready for a lead waiter . . . " I ' m . . . " Beautiful Dreamer " . . . symbolism . . Ibsen ' s competitor. Soangetaha Mohawk (.dub. Vice President . . . Sue- Palmer Hall Hoard . . . MAA . . . Saxifrage Richard A. Alto Industrial Arts Dick Remarkable disposition . . . will make himself known anywhere . . . 55 ' s printer who prints . . . die-hard member of the " Den " . . . skilled interrogator on the Palmer Hall board of inquiry . . . likes a good time . . . looked great around the Maypole . . . member of ICF . . . Casanova . . . staunch defender of his beliefs (and there are many) . . . " And one for the dog " . . . " volumatic " voice, especially when singing hymns. Phi Delta Pi Newman Club . . . " Co-op " Rep. . . . Esoteric Society . . . Chairman of Mass. Teachers Association . . . Dramatic Club . . . Palmer Hall As- sociation, Treasurer . . . Chairman of Class Day Committee . . . Carnival Ball Committee . . . Junior Prom Committee. James J. Arsenault Junior High Jim — Jungle A real smoothie . . . easy-going smile . . . everyone ' s buddy . . . Friday nights at the Lodge . . . best mixer at the Cape . . . how about those statues, Jim? . . . appropriate remarks . . . white bucks and sweaters . . . Devens PX ' er . . . game for a party . . . " Wake me when class is over. " Amid Soccer . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Outing Club . . . Newman Club . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Senior Prom Committee . . . Class Day Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Elizabeth A. Bachiochi Elementary Betty — Chok ' l Personality plus . . . reserved seat in Spa ... a true friend to all . . . " I don ' t get it, kids " . . . conscientious worker . . . Indian lover . . . leader of pranks, but faithful ruler of the 3 floors . . . must see " el dean " about A-for-David! ... " I Cross My Fingers " for a home in Vermont . . . that twinkle in the eye . . . mail from Germany . . . " I ' ve done it again " . . . always a crisis . . . can ' t stop laughing. Fidus Achates Newman Club . . . Stick Feature Editor . . . Saxifrage, Business Man- ager . . . Philodemics . . . Outing Club . . . Stick . . . WAA Board, White Team Captain . . . President of Class . . . Vice President of Class . . . Dorm Council . . . Carnival Committee . . . Basketball . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Class Day Committee . . . Dean ' s List. I 19 J mi C. Ku :hm vN Industrial in Jim Balfour ' s agent in l .Vl and 1955 . . . excellent dorm waiter . . . had quite a time pinning down his home town . . . came closest to defining 1A . . . considerate regard for " our dear uncle " . . . finally found enough talent for class day . . . proverbial " shirt off his back " . . . " Oh yeah? " . . . lives to the nth degree ... " 1 got rhythm " . . . embarrasses easily . . . " Vlh.it did you do to your hair? ' Baehman. " Soangetaha Newman Clob . . . Mohawk Club . . . Chairman . . . Fun Night Committee Dean ' s List. Tow-Wow ' " Father Class Treasurer . . . Class Day . . College Ring Chairman . . . Richard C. Baker Industrial Arts Dick — Bake " Co-op ' s " super chairman of the 1952 all-school picnic . . . mighty close in meeting deadlines . . . New York bound for 1955 Eastern States Conference . . . incorporated the " Big 3 " . . . boy scout at Camp Drum . . . " PFC " . . . Sunday AM vigil . . . " Let ' s put it this way " . . . Miss Watson ' s ' lil helper . . . speed limit? . . . proud owner of two engine knocks, a spark plug, and a spare. Phi Delta Pi Newman Club . . . Esoteric Society, President . . . Epsilon Pi Tau, Secretary . . . Co-op, Eastern States Teacher ' s Board, Social Chairman, Chairman of all-school picnic . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Freshman Weekend Committee . . . Carnival Weekend Committee. ■ THtT ; yiS 2Sv Aristea Biskaduros Elementary Risty Pep galore . . . great attribute to Greece . . . Billy Daniels fan . . . tremendous capacity for enjoyment . . . " Have you seen the new fash- ions? " . . . has acting possibilities . . . never without that familiar smile . . . cadet teacher rooter . . . have you ever seen such brown eyes? . . . never a dull moment . . . numerous friends. Sigma Alpha Delta Glee Club . . . Outing Club . . . Adelphian Society, Vice President, Hospitality Chairman . . . Class Day Committee . . . Freshman Tea Committee . . . Winter Carnival Committee. Roger J. Bourdeau Industrial Arts Jules — Rog Great organizer . . . IA all the way ... a true pea soup, johnny cake man . . . always spic and span . . . liked by all . . . " Got that down my cellar, too " . . . shutterbug . . . can supply you with an elastic to a hammer, on the spot ... a gentleman at all times . . . loves to harmo- nize . . . " sing-out " instigator. Phi Delta Pi Glee Club . . . " Co-op, " Vice President, President . . . New York Confe rence . . . Swampscott Conference . . , Fitchburg Conference Co-Chairman . . . Carnival Week-end Committee . . . Newman Club . . . Epsilon Pi Tau . . . Dorm Board . . . Esoteric Society . . . Dean ' s List. H.ipi ' N training . foi l-. outside interests linni s K. Bowi it; Junior High Tom " sack rat " . . . Edgerly after six . . . " Is it time where ' s tli« ' party? " . . . summers at tin- (ape . . confidential chats ... " 1 ook in mj mailbox " . . , . weekend training jaunt? sports a rod convertible (now and then) . . . . . . true to hi u. rd Imici N mnan Club . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Dramatic Club, Treasurer . Stick . . . Dean ' s 1 ist . . . Carnival Hall Committee. 22 Catherine Proctor Boyes Special Education Kay Interrupted education . . . IA enthusiast . . . proud mother of two . . . creative ability . . . just loved that Home Economics class . . . cam- pus deserter for one semester . . . not very big but oh, what vitality! . . . Mutt and Jeff. Dean ' s List. m •■SVItel Virginia E. Bradbury Elementary Ginnie — Brad Sophisticated manner, but um-m-m, boy! . . . PARTY, PARTY . . . love that " Dickie Bird " . . . " Who studies? " . . . just an " A " . . . artistic " Flo " of mind . . . collection of tuneless songs . . . white bucks . . . just nibbling . . . " Who will know? " . . . " Must the dawn come so soon? " . . . " Pore Virginia " . . . window diver . . . " My roomie ' s on the dorm council! " . . . that Ford is ESSO sential . . . nap time . . . " What ' U I wear? " Fidus Achates SCA . . . Newman Club . . . Saxifrage . . . Philodemic Society, Presi- dent . . . " Co-op " Rep. . . . Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . Volley- ball . . . " Co-op " Social Committee . . . Carnival Committee . . . Hal- loween Dance Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Bayard C. Cadwell Industrial Arts Bayard Man of experience . . . ambition personified . . . an IA enthusiast . . . if you need some help, just holler . . . bicycle rider . . . mixer of Sea Breezes . . . perennial whiffle . . . " Want to baby sit? " . . . genial host . . . forceful opinions . . . gravelly tones . . . serious student . . . loves his family. Phi Delta Pi Ski Club . . . MCC . . . IA Committee . . . Esoteric Society. M UUO l ' i l Junior High Mario N - !ut .1 minute " . . short and dark ... a friend to one and all . . . does homework diligentl) . . . always a helping hand . . . very efficient . . . sincere interest in dramatics , . . maestro at the ivories. Amid Gaveleer Society . . . Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club, President . . . Glee Club . . . Dean ' s 1 ist. Ann L. Chenery Elementary Chen " Hellosie " . . . HooRay for Chenink ... a good sport all the way . . . avid worker for WAA . . . party lover . . . " Oh! " . . . " Uke session, anyone? " . . . loyal to all duties . . . popcorn at midnight . . . " Just like Smudgett " . . . very philosophical mind . . . " Don ' t be a Sarah " . . . loves people . . . " What did you say? " . . . goes out of her mind over dreamy songs . . . " Movies " . . . roses. Fidus Achates Philodemic Society . . . Dramatic Club . . . WAA, Vice President . . . Stick Exchange Editor . . . Glee Club . . . Saxifrage . . . SCA . . . Outing Club . . . Head of Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . Volleyball . . . Softball . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Carnival Ball Com- mittee . . . Dorm Social Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Lowell R. Clark Industrial Arts Bart Makes little noise, but gets a lot done . . . true outdoor sportsman . , . loves clothes . . . always with a new idea for IA . . . TC Junior High veteran . . . " Studying is for the birds " . . . " Let ' s not rush things " . . . collection of guns . . . " Now at U.V.M. — " . . . my dog Tonto . . . a loping stride . . . Collegiate. Soangetaha Mohawk Club . . . Palmer Hall Association, President. 4 Sincerity immeasurable . . . ardent sports fan Joan M. Colby Elementary Joanie . . naivete ' never before seen . . . good worker . . WAA spoke . . . well liked . . . sweetly sophisticated . . . loves her " country home " . . . enjoys life . . . first graders dream come true . . . " Well, I never! " . . . dialect all her own . . . success assured. Gnothi Seauton Commuting Women ' s Board . . . WAA, President . . . ToKalon Society, President . . . SCA . . . Basketball . . . Delegate to National Conference on Health, Physical Education, and Recreation in New York. 25 Kntivun K. Condon Junior High Dick .ilii plus . . . ready wit . . , dependable worker and friend . . . math whiz . . . stands out in a crowd • . . top teacher . . . roving eye . . . end man . . . participant in all sports . . . Mr. Editor . . . " I ' m sociable " . . . wavj locks . . . artist with a cleaver . . . rubber face . . . heart of gold. Phi Delta Pi Newman Club . . . Saxifrage. Editor . . . President of Class . . . Soccer . . . Esoteric Society . . . Halloween Committee . . . Carnival Ball Committee . . . Glee Club. Joan C. Conlon Elementary Joanie The dorm is her second home . . . hard worker . . . makes terrific chocolate cakes . . . Waltz Queen . . . many interests at heart . . . sin- cerity plus . . . meticulous dresser . . . has a multitude of friends . . . sports lover . . . eternal music from her " vie " . . . what a typist! . . . Chen ' s half-sister . . . her home is open to all . . . deep in our hearts. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club, Vice President . . . Adelphian Society . . . Outing Club . . . Volleyball . . . Basketball . . . Tennis . . . Swimming . . . Soft- ball . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Lester M. Connors Industrial Arts Les Maine ' s gift to TC . . . always a humorous comment . . . " Anyone want to buy a GOOD used car? " . . . " Right now, I ' m driving a ' 40 Buick " . . . very much at home in the wood shop . . . IA all the way . . . " Down in Maine " manner of speaking . . . Proud father. Marilyn J. Cormier Elementary Marilyn Where there ' s a will, there ' s a way . . . very conscientious . . . capable and efficient ... a sincere and insatiable thirst for knowledge . . . carries memories of Dillon . . . always willing to give a helping hand. Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Dean ' s List. 27 SaI ITORE D CCHIARA Junior High Sam mdidate for that " New Look " . . . welcomed asset to the class bj all ' SSen " You ' re absolutely riiilit! " . . . definite individualist with super brain power . . . human insight developed by his namesake uncle . . . intent listener . . . serious expressions his forte . . . infectious sense of humor . . . " I ' m confused " . . . stalwart supporter of extra- curricular activities! . . . philosophical aspirations . . . successful future insured bv initiative and ability. Amid Newman Club . . . Gaveleei Society, Treasurer. Patricia A. Donnelly Elementary Pat Loves long hair . . . collegiate clothes . . . loves excitement cally inclined . . . dance fan . . . can ' t stay in, got to go out easily . . . Irish wit ... 18 inch waist . . . WOW . . notebook again " . . . " Well that ' s done, what ' s next? " modern art? " Fidus Achates . artisti- blushes " Oops, lost my " Anyone for Newman Club . . . Vice President of CWA . . . Philodemic Society . . . WAA ... Ski Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . Class Day Committee . . . Freshman Tea Committee . . . Winter Carnival Committee. Emerson S. Dresser Industrial Arts Em Serious, independent type . . . " My Chevie will outrun anything " . . . " Anyone for a coffee? " . . . " Did I tell you what one of my wife ' s pupils said the other day? " . . . hamburger on untoasted bun . . . " When I was in the service — " . . . summer courses . . . " My sparkling eyes " . . . keeps the Chevie tuned up . . . the other half of a teaching duo . . . former Miami student. David P. Driscoll Junior High Dave Friendly " Panther " . . . " Not enough challenge " . . . genius or lethargy? . . . " Training ' s a cinch? " . . . " Mr. Cous " . . . placid exterior, but sharp subtle wit . . . never, but never in a hurry . . . sportsman . . . historian . . . " Crabmeat salad roll, please " . . . sleepy grin . . . great inventor of nick names for his friends . . . " My boys. " Amici Newman Club . . . CMA . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Basketball . . . Soccer . . . Class Day Committee. 29 II Raymond Pi oi ette Junioi Hiiih Reg " From Canadah " . . . dark-haired lad . . . everybody ' s friend . . . " W .iit ' 11 1 tell you! " ... a laugh all his own . . . sparkling - ,ilit . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . real smart dresser . . . Polkas and Quadrilles . . . another " Yenusian " . . . " Cinema Pat " . . . supper at the Spa . . . finally got the license . . . monologue with gestures. Amid Gaveleer Societj . . . Stick . . . Dramatic Club . . . Newman Club, Treasurer . . . " Co-op " Rep. . . . Saxifrage . . . Class Marshal . . . . - Pa Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Janet M. Evans Elementary Janet Sweetness all her own . . . among the engaged . . . " Still waters run deep " . . . quiet and demure manner ... all that playground experience . . . notorious librarian . . . " Is she shy? " . . . level head; level tempera- ment . . . from a pony-tail to a shortie. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society . . . CWA . . . Ski Club . . . Field Hockey . . . Softball . . . Ping-Pong . . . Basketball . . . Dean ' s List. 30 I A million friends . . . . . quick response . ness for blondes . . . nections " . . . FTC ' s confidential voice. Bernard J. Foley Junior High Bunny . excellent taste in clothes . . . man about town . easy-going manner . . . " Play it cool " . . . weak- sincere . . . keen sense of humor . . . has " con- politician . . . " Where ' s the next party? " ... a Newman Club Committee . . . . Esoteric Society, Vice President Class Marshal. . Carnival Ball Martha Fougstedt Junior High Mart A demure entity . . . subtle wit . . . proud aunt . . . outstanding math matician . . . quotes Shakespeare on occasions . . . the only " ' floating rib " in existence . . . Harry ' s friend . . . Dorm pre . . . . " Fougstedt ' s Tales " . . . " Anybody want a kleenex? " . . . " What ' s a six letter word for — ? " . . . calm, cool, and collected. Fidus Achates Newman Club, Secretary . . . President of Dorm Board . . . Women ' s Commuting Board . . . Philodemic Society . . . School Picnic Committee . . . Class Day Committee . . . Dean ' s List. M K 1 1 I ' . C, i OPPK Elementary If arie Smile t. r everyone . . . flair tor clothes . . . sincere and conscientious Pr. Ross ' s ri al . . . those natural locks . . . subtle humor ... a mind of her own ... a la l in everj sense . . . camera bug . . . " Has anyone seen Theresa ' . ' ' ' . . . Dad ' s right hand help . . . footmobile . . . " drat those buses. " an Club . . . CWA . . . Basketball. B. Theresa Giambrocco Junior High Tess " When can 1 make that up? " . . . sparkling eyes . . . " Now Dr. Mike! " . . . Mother of three . . . conscientious . . .- delights in spices . . . future grad student . . . " That ' s an ambiguous question " ... ex G.f. Dean ' s List. U Joan M. Hannon Elementary Jill " Spa ' n Jill " . . . dares to be different . . . " But I ' ve only cut that four times this semester! " . . . " Oh, now really " . . . subtle humor . . . alert thinker . . . art enthusiast . . . never a dull moment . . . believer in last minute attempts . . . " Let ' s be serious " . . . our girl with " the curly hair " . . . " Which twin has the Toni? " . . . rainy day blues. Gnothi Seauton Newman Club . . . ToKalon Society, Secretary . . . WAA Board . . . Head of Field Hockey, Treasurer . . . Dramatic Club . . . Stick, Co- Editor, Feature Editor . . . Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . Softball . . . Fun Night Co-Chairman . . . Dean ' s List. Mary C. Hasenstein Elementary Mary Stately . . . steadfast and studious ... a quiet appreciation of life . . . completely " bent on Bently " . . . sincerity ' s her trademark . . . priority on Dean ' s List . . . clothes " en masse " . . . inexhaustable source of friendliness . . . one of TC ' s greatest contributions to " The Profession. " Fid us Achates Newman Club . . . Outing Club, Secretary . . . Philodemic Society . . . Saxifrage . . . WAA . . . Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . Volli . . . Tennis . . . Class Day Committee . . . Assembly Commillr.- . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Dean ' s List. 33 Biology teachei worries constant]] ' " " •friend . . . «Glory be to Cod- David . . menace al the wheel eyebrows mean she ' s thinking -ril do it for you,. " Fidus Achate Mari i . ii k K , j Elemental 1 ) I.OIl ■ infinite]) sincere conscientious . • hard worker reads books . " Amid " . . , ALWAYS in a dither . . . " My ■ sign language . . . the crooked " anna see my now gown? l ' ,„„v Commit,, ' l, lni ,;p aS V • K ' ,-,kM . . . Hall.,,,,,,, -« -: . 5 §=£::; S2-J " - M 34 X w Mary Lou Joyce Elementary A . . Hails from Clinton . . . ardent music lover . . check that Iri,h -1 • • • Let s have a nartv " " tu- , -necK tnat Irish smile talent on the ivories Li ' J, 5 " l be the place " ■ ■ ■ ™-cal , ivories . . . great addition to the Glee Tint, i wg . . . favorite story teller Esso ' " ' VCS teach - • • • " Is everyone here? " ' " Clin ton V ' C ° n j C1 ,T° US ' ' " fu " lovin S eye. Sigma Alpha Delta ' ' ' feady? " ' " a 8 leam ™ her Newman Club . . . Glee Huh r .■ -i . » — " . " ti cl rt, Po ,r ,phi a s »t » Committee . . Winter r r„;„.,i - • rl " g r °ng . . . class Day . winter Carnival Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Priscilla Keefe Elementary Keejie Commuter from Townsend . . . square dancing in New Hampshire . . . completely at ease with Edgerly fourth graders . . . dependable . . . hard worker . . . talented seamstress . . . seldom seen without knitting needles, or Joan . . . fourth for whist . . . dry wit . . . distincihe ac- cent . . . " Ye-e-e-es. " WAA . . . SCA . . . Tea Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Suzanne Langen Special Education Sue Anient worker . . . loves sports . . . participant in class activities . . . seats too close in assembly hall for someone ' s legs . . . " Anyone for whist; ' " . . . smile for all . . . " Has anyone seen my notebook? " . . . reliable . . . can be depended upon always . . . fan of music . . . what would Commuters Board have done without her ' : ' . . . favorite pastime is sleeping . . . the jumping eye. Fidus Achates Newman Club . . . WAA Board . . . Philodemic Society . . . Ski Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . CWA . . . Basketball . . . Field Hockey . . . " Volley bi . . wimmmg Dean ' s List. 35 Patricia G. Laski Eleroentarj Pol Sociability at its nicest . . . skilled in arl and music . . , paints (pictures and houses) . well traveled , . . knows " The Continent " . . . handy with a needle . . • never carries matches , . • baker oi cookies . . • and birthday cakes . . . commuting dorm student From way . enjoys parties, pipes, and photography . . . sincere . . . ener- free. . . . always a helping hand. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Saxifrage. Elizabeth M. Lips Elementary Betty — Lipsie " Fan Dancer " . . . waits on . . . Field Hockey enthusiast . . . Rod anc Gun Club and Turkeys . . . third finger, left hand . . . tip-top teache) . . . sparkling eyes ... a potential threat to Miss Conlon . . . the lift of any party . . . " ' Paulink " . . . philosopher? . . . anything for a laugh . . . " Pat, can I borrow — ? " . . . Wednesday night calls . . . " sneezy ' . . . " I know, but — . " Fidus Achates Philodemic Society . . . Dramatic Club, Secretary . . . Stick, Sports Editor . . . Head of Field Hockey . . . Saxifrage . . . Basketball . . . Volleyball . . . Softball . . . Winter Carnival Committee . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Dean ' s List. 36 Robert G. Lister Industrial Arts Bob Quiet member of 1955 . . . Penney ' s super salesman . . . interests cen- tered around AMA, Paxton . . . goes along with the crowd . . . slept during Esoteric initiation week . . . scourer of composition stone at TC Junior High . . . " Alas, poor Yorick, I knew him well " . . . " Hamburger and french fries " . . . training with coffee breaks . . . TC ' s answer to Astaire. Phi Delta Pi Newman Club . . . Outing Club Faculty Relations Committee. Esoteric Society . . . IA Student- Angelina L. Loverro Elementary Angie Conscientious commuter . . . charmingly naive ... a worker . . . con- tagious laugh . . . scores of sweaters, hand-made . . . dependable . . . . . life — an interlude of continual, consistent, quickly . . flustered in philosophy ... a happy addition to the . possesses Latin eyes, gaiety, and love of life. Sigma H.C. fan mail forgotten crises " little room " . Alpha Delta Newman Club ■ Adelphun Nn i;t V ; relarv De List 37 Mari G. Mahar Elemental I ,:-. • mi . . . quick «ii . . . fastidious wardrobe . . . pleasant sophistication . . . hard worker . . . life of anj part) . . . daily " spa-er " . . . friend to all . . . sincere . . . drama enthusiast . . " Well, you know " xpressive eyes . . . " Slaughter on Tenth Avenue " . . . " Now my Gretchie " . . . Graceful hands . . . " Tallu " . . . " Thai ' s My Desire " . . . Europe or bust. Gnothi Sainton Dramatic Club. Vice President . . . ToKalon Society, Rec. Secretary, Vice President . . . Field Hocke) . . . Basketball . . . Carnival Ball Committee. Patricia R. Manganello Elementary Mange — Pat Mad driver . . . loves to blow her horn . . . " Tenderly " . . . collection of nice clothes . . . neatness personified . . . " to diet or to diet " . . . it ' s " uke " time ... a sport in all sports . . . " Who took my elephant, pills? " . . . dinner with Bart . . . " Quick, the waste basket " . . . mind of her own . . . " Sure I ' ll help " . . . " Spa " lite Serenader . . . aquamarine lotion. Fidus Achates " Co-op " Rep. . . . Philodemic Society, Corresponding Secretary . . . Dramatic Club . . . Glee Club . . . Newman Club . . . Junior Class Secretary . . . Field Hockey . . . Basketball . . . Softb dl . . . Winter Carnival Committee . . . Halloween Dance Committee. 38 Carole F. Marchessault Elementary Minnie The big noise of the class of 1955 . . . staunch Newmanite . . . loyal fan for any and all TC games . . . avid prohibitionist . . . conscientious in all her undertakings . . . the spark behind the Outing Club . . . copi- ous notes . . . fashion plate . . . " Another surprise " . . . her stuffed panda . . . " Kitten on the Keys " . . . that crew hat . . . " Want some food? " . . . revels in giggling. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club, Secretary, Vice President . . . Outing Club, President, Vice President . . . Glee Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Ski Club, Sec- retary . . . Adelphian Society . . . Field Hockey . . . Volleyball . . . Tennis . . . Basketball . . . Softball . . . WAA Board . . . Winter Carni- val Committee . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Saxifrage. Paul A. Marcoux Junior High Paul Melodie . . . can ' t spell ... a published article . . . " ridiculous " . . . hand in everything . . . PAM . . . " slapstick " star . . . stocking cap . . . that famous Marcoux brief-case . . . Webster ' s competitor . . . Waltz king. Amici Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club, Vice President . . . Stick, Feature Editor . . . Glee Club . . . Gaveleer Society . . . Public Relations . . . Junior Assembly Committee . . . Cap and Gown Committee. Josephine m isiej i o Elemental j o enormous eyea , . pearl) white teeth . . . talents in music . . . impromptu dancing . . . nothing evei out of place . . . -; ;irklins miniature , . . full of life at its darkest moments . . , ible and efficient. President . . . Stick . . . Newman Cluh . . . Dean ' s List. E. Marilyn McElligott Elementary McEll That beautiful smile . . . " What college this week-end? " . . . unique personality . . . " Well, why? " . . . that ingenious mind . . . Dixie-Land lover . . . hurricane survivor . . . " How pithy " ... " A college should — " . . . crusader . . . distinctive walk . . . " Jill " college . . . just one of our greatest. Fidus Achates Philodemic Society, President . . . Outing Club . . . Newman Club . . . CWA . . . Field Hockey . . . Tennis . . . Basketball . . . Class Day Committee . . . Career Day Rep. . . . Dean ' s List. 40 George E. McGaw Industrial Arts Chauncey Sports minded . . . best on the basketball court . . . happy-go-lucky . . . Mohawk all the way . . . " Fourth for whist? " . . . " Shabby one " . . . from the " ole Fall River Line " . . . pin ball whiz . . . frank . . . " clam digger " . . . night-hawk . . . likable nature . . . white bucks . . . hard to figure out at times. Soangetaha Newman Club . . . Outing Club . . . Mohawk Club. Alumni Scribe, Chief . . . MAA, President . . . Basketball. Co-Captain . . . Junior Prom Committee. Leo Millea, Jr. Industrial Arts Leo " Few things are impossible to diligence and skill " . . . ex-class of 1953 . . . twenty-four months ' service in the U.S. Army ... a died-in-ihc- wool commuter . . . capable pilot . . . avid photo bug . . . frank opinions . . . calm, cool and capable ... ski enthusiast . . . rocket ami guided missle expert . . . runs daily cab service to hospital hill . . . i-vei i to lend a helping hand. Amici CMA . . . Gaveleer Society. DANIE] T. Mi i rin Junior 1 1 1 jj.li faithful foui yeai " da hop " , . . extraordinary liking for history . . a dislike for m.itli. (remember when?) . . . attracted to tin- hill . . takes his studies in stride . . . " The Dillon Bus " . . . game for chatte . conservative dresser . . . flashbulbs and camera . . . " I just f asleep, and — . " Newman Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Stick . . David I. Murphy Junior High Dave — Murph Popular leader of the Gaveleers . . . four year varsity man . . . " Got a pencil? " . . . " She ' s my girl " . . . congenial . . . deep thinker (?) ... " The rumbling voice from the hills " . . . history whiz . . . proud uncle . . . " Guess what Cookie did! " ... a mind of his own . . . " Gotta meet Mary Lou. " Amici Newman Club . . . Outing Club . . . Gaveleer Society, Alumni Secretary, President . . . CMA, President . . . Junior Assembly Committee . . . Soccer, Co-Captain . . . Basketball . . . Baseball . . . Dean ' s List. 42 Richard E. Nyman Junior High Dick The Mercury Kid ... go golf! . . . mid-term groom . . . ' ' Bev says " . . . the practical approach with refreshing variations . . . quick-witted response to conversational stimuli ... a grin from ear to ear . . . diplo- matic right half . . . " Oh yeah " . . . congenial host. Phi Delta Pi SCA . . . Esoteric Society, Corresponding Secretary . . . CMA, Presi- dent . . . Soccer . . . Winter Carnival Committee . . . Junior Prom Committee . . . Class Hat Committee . . . Halloween Dance Committee . . . Saxifrage . . . Dean ' s List. W. Everett Page, Jr. Junior High Happy Church goer . . . dents in a new Ford . . . easy tempo . . . nights with Dot . . . picnicking at the Brook . . . " swing your partner " . . . pes- talozzi flying high . . . the phantom strikes again . . . easy to know . . . " Honest Judge, I wasn ' t there. " Amu i SCA, President . . . Stick, News Editor . . . Outing Club . . . Dramatic Club . . . Gaveleer Society. ( i ki i- K Pkitkson lllllu tM.ll ll- Noted : ; mechanic . . . former veep of the Gav ' s , , . puts those props together . . . engaging smile . , . calm, cool, and capable . . . a Sir Walter Raleigh . . Ul Forei vel . . . comes to us from I M . . . IV sident Gaveleei Society, Vice President. 8 WM ? ?%. f u William C. Petraitis Junior High Bill Extreme neatness in dress and room . . . true sportsman . . . methodical in his manners . . . real competition on the courts . . . that 88 to Townsend . . . walls decked with ivy . . . " MacTavish " . . . hanging tires and missing jack . . . maintenance man ... on to his Master ' s Phi Delta Pi. Newman Club exchange. Esoteric Society Radio Show, Young Adults ' Donald Phillips Junior High Don Party, party . . . Clinton cruiser . . . fiendish ideas . . . instigator per- sonified . . . IA switch ... he saw the light . . . Rosie . . . the Pope ' s Pal . . . happy-go-lucky . . . that sinister laugh! . . . training, when? . . . past master at paste boards . . . " Taters, anyone? " . . . kitchen fixture . . . " On the Old Fall River Line. " Phi Delta Pi SCA . . . Outing Club . . . Esoterics . . . Carnival Week-end Committee . Class Day Committee. . . Assistant Basketball Manager . Junior Prom Committee . . . Richard F. Pitts Junior High Pittsy personality . . . friendly smile for all . . . " I don ' t wanna . . wonderful sense of humor . . . interesting laugh . . . crib- . . enjoys all sports . . . pet peeve is a shirt ' n tie . . . week- to Manchester . . . terror at the wheel . . . scientist . . . be- hind the " eight ball " . . . makes Leominster in five minutes. Phi Delta Pi Newman Club . . . Outing Club . . . CMA . . . Esoteric Society. Quiet (? hear it " bage ace end trek; Margaret . Provenzani Klemrnl.m Pet -.tiile . . . artistic . . don with .1 trieiulU smile Redda ' a brarian . enrteAing summers al Ogunquil " fashionably late " . . . 1 i W •— to everybody. Fid us Achates ' sa i poise and ih. inn . stylist . . . sophistica- " lli. people " . . . naive . . . hat s rivaling . open- windows . . . Clem ' s blend . . . experienced li- awaiting Library of Congress and Georgetown openings . . • . . pleasantly unpredictable ■ins loudh • • • cookies and Philodemic Society, Vice President . . . WAV, Secretary . Club. Delegate . . . Outing Club. Secretary . . . " Co-op, . . always hellos for . Newman Secretary, Rep., Social and Financial Committee . . . Archery Committee Women ' s Hoard . . . Dean ' s List. . Basketball . Gordon Reed Industrial Arts Moose Always ready with a helping hand . . . never seen angry . . . big boy around campus and IA . . . Palmer Hall ' s right hand man . . . " $4.50? Only one? " . . . food, food, and more food . . . fills the largest shoes on campus . . . enjoys the movies to the fullest . . . " Want a ride? " . . . cowboy fan . . . 300 birthdays. Soangetaha Epsilon Pi Tau, President . . . SCA, Treasurer . . . Mohawk Club . . . Dorm Board . . . Dramatic Club . . . Basketball . . . Dean ' s List Leo Regan Junior High Leo Commuter . . . Transfer to TC Junior year . . . welcomed addition . family man . . . history major . . . drives a taxi . . . friendly word for all . . . deep thinker . . . sincere . . . " ' Oh those art courses! " Amici Gaveleer Society. Robert S. Saari Junior High Bob Intriguing accent . . . " What ' s this? " . . . strong brother of the purp and grey . . . page from Esquire . . . alert mind . . . unexplainable shy- ness . . . welcomes economic increases at any time . . . Saari loves rhumbas ... a decided sweet-tooth for sideration . . . the quiet philosopher . for a mobile! . . . studv of moods . . . — chocolates . . . policy of con- . . " kiss of the hops " ... Oh •liuffalo Bob. " Phi Delta Pi SCA . . . Dramatic Club . Stick . . . Saxifrage, Write-up Editor Assembly Committee . . . Dean ' s List. Outing Club . . . Esoteric Society . Class Day Committee Pai i in Peters Ste bnsom Elemental j [ " hat blissful married look . . . neal coiffure . . . Bell contained strength . . . inner understanding . . . those out-of-the-country letters . . . abides with her sister v liil - counting the hours and il.i . . . quiet humor . . . calm look . . . methodical and logical mind . . . " Look for the Silver Liniiiji. " Marianna Torraca Junior High Marianna ' Mater ' in Alma Mater ... a heart of gold . . " Mother wore tights " . . . taunting laughter personality . . . Italian cuisine . . . optimist . . . " I made it! " Newman Club . . . Dean ' s List. Einstein ' s antithesis . . . . intuitive . . . hearty . stock holder in ABC 48 Mary C. Washburn Elementary Mary Sophisticate . . . neat coiffure . . . connoisseur of clothes and people the tan that lasts, and lasts, and lasts . . . week-ends in Boston . unpretentious . . . will o ' the wisp stature ... a Ford in her future? sweet and sincere . . . sure to have a suggestion and a helping hand a future of fun and friends. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club, Corresponding Secretary . . . Adelphian Society . WAA . . . Head of Swimming . . . Basketball . . . Dean ' s List Helen Welch Elementary Helen Knee socks . . . don ' t rush her ... the fighting Irish . . . L ' artiste su- perbe ... the charm of the petite . . . the brown of her eyes and jet black of her hair . . . sweet sincerity . . . delightfully naive . . . clean scrubbed look . . . that lovely coloring. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club . . . Glee Club, Librarian . . . Adelphian Society . . . Ski Club . . . Ping-Pong . . . Field Hockey . . . Basketball . . . Class Day Committee . . . Carnival . . . " Sax " representative. 49 Edmund J. Krencisz Industrial Arts Ed IA man . . . Worcester ' s gift to TC . . . quiet and determined may be found at the TCJHS wood shop . . . Semper Fidelis " What ' ll it be, a new car or a rock? " . . . good driver (?) among the first Korean vets to grad . . . neurotic finger pointer. Mary Botseas Nursing Education Mary Hair of ebony . . . sincere . . .industrious . . . quiet and reserved manner ... a thinker . . . half interest in H J Drive-in. SCA. " down-easterner cones . . . likes ;•■ eal did 1 put that? • " . . . C v koi ESE Bl RBAG1 Nursing Education Lee ' . . . Vbgur shits . . Iom ' i. lo-;s and pine- . . collects men like charms . . . " Now where " Oh Richard!! " Gnothi Stanton ToKalon Society . . . Newman Club . . . Secretary of Class . . . Car- nival Hall Committee . , , Halloween Dance Committee . . . Class ommittee. Carolyn Callery Nursing Education Cat Sparkling smile . . . devilish, but efficient . . . " the very least yo could do " . . . Worcester guide . . . loves perfume . . . can turn on mood in a wink . . . catchy clothes. Fidus Achates Philodemic Society . . Class Day Committee Newman Club . . . Carnival Ball Weekend . . . . Field Hockey . . . Basketball . . . Saxifrag ' ! nm M itiwm .w ji.rr.l Clivia DeMello Nursing Education " Cleve " " Where ' s my money??? " . . . dry wit that catches . . . serious till you know her . . . her pet peeve is Rowena . . . loves anything with nuts in it. SCA . . . Glee Club. xM||p " Blue Waltz " . . . . loquacious . . . merry mixer SCA. Alice Eatough Nursing Education Lee the club . . . Richie . . . ardent driving enthusiast . impulsive ... air mail stamps and lengthy letters . golden hair. Onu iv 1 1 kn wins Nui -Mii: Education «■ Golden »oi " Malaguena " . . . nimble fingers n white piano keys . sweet ' n p -tii - . . . pensive . . . intellectual curiosity . . . congenial . . loyal frit-mi . . . rosj cheeks . . . low- to dance. an Club. Virginia Gaffey Nursing Education Jinny Genuine and lasting friend . . . makes little noise much . . . " Jo ' s side-kick " . . . executive ability . via easy chair ... a vivid imagination. . accomplishes world traveler Newman Club . . . Glee Club Carnival Weekend Committee . . Class Day Committee Yearbook Committee. . . Winter Nancy Garcia Nursing Education Nan Avid sportster , . . amateur philosopher ... at peak of happiness in dungarees . . . always on the go . . . loves to write letters . . . likes dark haired eligibles . . . future public health nurse. Newman Club . . . Glee Club. Jean F. Gasbarri Nursing Education Jeanie ' " Sarah " . . . personifies gaiety . . . liveliness and sportsmanship . . . bursts of enthusiasm . . . " Toot, Toot, Tootsie " . . . lively leader . . . empathy . . . first things first . . . seamstress . . . eager expression. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society. ChOH i 1 ' GET HE] i Nursing Education and statelj MD admirer . . . peaches and cream . . . goo . friend!) nature . . . loves to talk . . . agreeable manner . . . Boston terriers . . . enjoys good music. S( Priscilla C. Getchell Nursing Education P.R. Efficient and practical . . . dimple chin . . . devil within . . . sympa- thetic . . . angelic countenance . . . refreshing sense of humor . . . . . . floral bouquet . . . elfin laughter . . . limpid green eyes . . . rosy smile. SCA. ! Dorothy Grzeszczyk Nursing Education Dottie ' He only kissed me once! " . . . " honest! " . . . combination of serious- ness plus fun . . . avid student . . . constant clicking of knitting needles . . . neat as a pin . . . " O ' Grzeszczyk and O ' Leary. Inc. " . . . Fidus Achates. Newman Club . mittee. Philodemic Society Halloween Dance Com- Cynthia Hanscom Nursing Education Cynnie I Faithful " down-in-Mainer " . . . loves to talk i critic . . . speed personified . . . Ipana smile a a good time. I Newman Club . . . Class Day Committee. Fitchburg movie always ready for | 1s bel A. Hawkins N ur-iiii; Education . (T Hope chest . . . blue eyes . . . fire- engines and police cars . . . willing WOrkei . . baby sitter . . . red shoe . . . Town and Country girl . . . quiet and retiring . . . gay laughter. SCA Joanne Kaplan Nursing Education Jo Loves to suffer . . . " Case study done yet??? " . . . dares to be different . . . adaptable to all situations . . . Juliet personified ... up at 6,j awake at 11. SCA . . . Class Day Winter Carnival . . . Halloween Dance. Delores A. Kestyn Nursing Education Delo Loyal friend . . . good natured . . . fun and fancy free laugh . . . the Jewel . . . Polish weddings . sailors . . . loves a good time. Newman Club. . a hearty entimental . . . five Helen R. Lewis Nursing Education Rosie Chatter-box of the class . . . loves to travel ... in favor of the rain for her hair, but what about the ?? . . . cosmetic connoisseur . . . infectious laugh. Gnothi Seauton Newman Club . . . ToKalon Society Winter Carnival Committee. HARRIS! R. M u;hn Nursing Education Ha Fashion plate . velvet eyes , . sleepy-time gal . . striking . . . . Uncle Pete ' s " It ' s strictl] confidential. " .in Club. if Wide-eyed gullibility . . eat . . . vim and vigor . . . small, but energetic . Newman Club. Elaine M. Mocarski Nursing Education Elaine . . nicknacks . . . licorice . . Nu Sigma Nu . . college proms. . . always ready to " I spoke too soon " Sparkler on her finger baseball fan . . . loves dependable student . . . run deep. Fidus Achates. Joan Murphy Nursing Education Murph . . . nursing for the future???? . . . avid Bridgewater almost as well as F.T.C. . . . Irish eyes that always smile . . . still waters Newman Club . . . Phil odemic Society . . . Carnival Ball. Anna M. Neri Nursing Education Anna Dark eyes, curly hair . . . stuffed animals . . ice skates . . . vivacious . . . lilting melodies and joyous notes ... all ' round sports enthusiast . . . Baltimore . . . pensive. Newman Club. ■ » Mary O ' Leahy Nursing Education Van Other half of " O.T.O tnc. " . . . true [rish colleen a subtle wit . . . love to study . . . blushes easily - of blue. Newman Club . . . Carnival Ball . . . Class Daw E. Faye Packard Nursing Education E. Faye Conscientious student . . . can walk a mile a minute . . . lacks New England accent . . . epitome of neatness . . . willing worker . . . always accomplishes her goals. SCA . . . Class Day. V An asset to nursing . look to Bev . . . alert mind . . SCA, Glee Club. Beverly Perry Nursing Education Bev kitten of the keys . need something? ■ — success assurec Jayne Presutti Nursing Education Jaynie I Little girl smile . . . jovial bundle of fun . . . lov ' es to tickle the i ivories . . . tactful southern worker . . . faithful philosopher of proverbs. ' Newman Club I Dance. Ski Club . . . Class Day . . . Carnival Ball, Halloween M l HI ' FN J. Ql IN N ursing Education K - ks and white bucks . . , sparkling Irish eyes , . . . devil ma care • flirtatious , . . " talk to me " minded . . . individualist . . industrious. ( tub. . freckle . . sports Constance Rivard Nursing Education Connie Wedding bells in her ears . . . they grow ' em short in Vermont . an answer for everything . . . pert walk . . . " Well, the point is . . Newman Club . Committee. . Carnival Ball Committee Halloween Danc Witty conversationalist . Nu . . . personality plus . . . " let ' s have a party " Claire Sheehan Nursing Education Tessie . adventurous . . . fun loving . . . Nu Sigma . . . chestnut hair . . . Irish and proud of it . . . sports enthusiast. Sigma Alpha Delta Newman Club . . . Adelphian Society. Marjorie L. Strand Nursing Education Margie Diamond sparkler . . . soft spoken and refined . . . thimbles and thread . . . new home . . . weekends in N. H. . . . willing worker . . . sugar n ' n ' spice . . . winter wonderland. SCA. Rowed l ' ayi ob Nursing Education I! 1 1 the Nth degree . . . ilr sense of humor . . . . . t.. sstime, gymnastics . . . " Stop it. Carol! " N an Club. friend of all Barbara Tindle Nursing Education Jon Industrious worker . . . unique letter writer . . . loves kids philosopher . . . hopes to change her future RN to MD. SCA . . . Class Day. Elizabeth Traynor Nursing Education Betty Conscientious on duty . . . always wants to try something new . . . thoughtful . . . owns her own grocery store . . . dependable classmate. Newman Club . . . Winter Carnival. W lj ' ■ Eleanor Anne Vesperi Nursing Education El Never a dull moment . . . steals knives . . . I ' ll have a sip of yours. " . . . tuna fish and peanut butter . . . S-P-E-L-L-E-R . . . infectious humor . . . imagination . . . knit one, purl two . . . mischievous grin. Newman Club. Eleanor Walsh Methot Nursing Education Elite Christmas wedding . . . efficiency plus . . . scrapbooks furniture ... learning to be domestic . . . industrious in time . . . Norm . . . pert. Newman Club. modern a stitch Barbara Watkins Nursing Education Barb Golden tresses . . . quiet as a mouse . . . hospitable to the end loves to do handiwork . . . enjoys life. SCA. nf ill- Hidden charms little pink pills Jims " and Jerrys . Newman Club. Janice A. Williams Nursing Education Jan . crack of Ted ' s bat . . . keen sense of humor . . blonde hair and blue eyes . . . economical likes jewelry . . . catsup. Harriet C. Woodward Nursing Education- Woodie Wavy auburn hair . . . shy and appealing . . twinkling eyes and beaming face . . . dry wit . . . . outdoor girl . . . sincere friend . . . breezy bill. blushes easily . . . . my nephew Mark -■■- J IN MEMORIAM The Class of 1955, with affectionate memories, dedi- 1 cates this page to James Roberts, who we feel sure is graduating with us in spirit. rJp- . ■■ " V( m . 4M V x. w «9l undergraduates i ■■■ ■ ' " ■ u ■ CLASS OFFICERS President RICHARD DAVIS Vice President RITA SCOLA Secretary _ _ DORIS BRADLEY Treasurer MALCOLM AUSTIN class of 1956 . « ■% MR 1 CLASS OFFICERS President __ JOHN CAMERON Vice President GERTRUDE GORDON Secretary LOUISE McKELLICK Treasurer FRANK SCATURO $w " class of 1957 .. ' .:; ' ■ •.;. v. . fep s i$fj " ' ■ ' BSf-A ' ' j mm ' • ' - ' m- ' ' H% :. W- ■ ' J organizations OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Treasurer .. ROGER BORDEAU ETHEL McKELLICK HELEN KELLEY ... PETER CONNORS the stick igH i, , ( , f } 7 11 4i OFFICERS Co-Editors RITA SCOLA, PAUL MARCOUX Business Manager DAVID LINDSEY Feature _ W. EVERETT PAGE, JR. rout miller hall OFFICERS p residen t __ MARTHA FOUGSTEDT vZTZsiJe ZIZ. - - BETTY BACHIOCHI Secretary ----- ----- EDNA LAVEZZO TreZTrer " " " ' -- ----- BARBARA KNOWLTON Freshman Representee --- ----- MARY WILSON • R3C 1 m palmer hall OFFICERS President LOWELL CLARK Secretary ... _ ROGER BOURDEAU Treasurer RONALD BACHIOCHI Senior Representative PAUL AHERN Junior Representative _ _ GEORGE BROWN Sophomore Representative .... DAVID CROWLEY Freshman Representative JOHN WALSH ttWK President Vice President OFFICERS RICHARD NYMAN ROBERT DUNCAN 1 Secretary PHILIP CROUSE Treasurer JAMES FITZPATRICK PHILIP A. McMURRAY 1 Advisor commuting women ' s association OFFICERS President BETSY VINAL Vice President PATRICIA DONNELLY Secretary HELEN MORIN Treasurer MARIAN RANNE OFFICERS President - PHIL TARDANICO Vice Presidents - JOSEPHINE MASIELLO Secretary - ELLEN LEHTONEN tZTZ :::::::. — murray smith OFFICERS MARIO CAIAZZI Vice President .. JOSEPH DONNELLY ELIZABETH MURPHY Treasurer ..... THOMAS BOWLER ' f fthS OFFICERS President _ GEORGE McGAW Vice President _ ROBERT IOSUE i, OFFICERS President PATRICIA COFFIN Vice President _ ANN CHENERY Secretary MARGARET PROVENZANI Treasurer HELEN KELLY V. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Richard Condon BUSINESS MANAGER Betty Bachiochi 4 " T 1 " I Hunn SAXIFRAGE BOARD Betty Lips, Mary Lou Hickey, Ann Chenery, Joan Conlon, Robert Saari, Carole Marches- sault, Richard Nyman, Peter Ahern, Bernard Foley, Raymond Duquette. saxifrage r 1 ■ t t ■ Ttf «» ' 1 , W?l ' 1 Jf ' V, Wl m OFFICERS President JAMES DAVIS Vice President JOAN CONLON Secretary ... MARTHA FOUGSTEDT Corresponding Secretary MARY WASHBURN Treasurer RAYMOND DUQUETTE Sponsors DR. LONG, MR. UNDERWOOD W ' ifjgmlHSBSSm ' m student christian association OFFICERS President _ _ EVERETT PAGE Vice President MARGARET CAMPBELL BEATRICE KENNEY Secretary JOANNE CRAFTS Treasurer _ JACK RIVERS Sponsors DR. ROSS, MR. KOEHLER I I epsilon pi tau OFFICERS P vw _ GORDON REED OFFICERS President _ DAVID MURPHY Vice President JAMES ARSENAULT Secretary RICHARD FERRIS Treasurer MALCOLM AUSTIN Sponsor MR. FITZGERALD adelphian society OFFICERS President ----- - D0RIS BRADLEY Lfa Ii:: _ ARISTEA BISKADUROS Record Secretary .. ANGELINA LOVERRO C = on d in g Secretary ... -— — J JSgl I£L eh rzz_ THER K ™ S Sponsor, - - MRS. McDOWELL, DR. ROSS I tokalon society OFFICERS President JOAN COLBY Vice President ..__ MARY MAHAR Secretary JOAN HANNON Corresponding Secretary NANCY SHEEHAN Treasurer _ DOROTHY BLAKE Sponsors MISS DONOVAN, MISS FISKE I esoteric society OFFICERS President RICHARD BAKER Vice President BERNARD FOLEY Secretary JAMES FITZPATRICK Treasurer JAMES DAVIS Corresponding Secretary .. RICHARD NYMAN Sponsor MR. FITZGIBBON rr 7y: — — .I ' ffM ' llff philodemic society OFFICERS President .._ _ VIRGINIA BRADBURY Vice President MARY LOU HICKEY Recording Secretary _ ANN DESNOYER Corresponding Secretary PATRICIA MANGANIELLO Treasurer PATRICIA COFFIN Sponsors _ _ MISS O ' CONNOR, MISS TATER mohawk club OFFICERS Chief __ FRANK VISCARDI Medicine Man PETER CONNORS Scribe DAVID SMITH Keeper of Wampum RICHARD DAVIS Sponsor DR. LEONARD THE CLASS SONG Our college, our alma mater, To thee our voices raise. For all the friendships, The joys, the blessings, We render thee our praise. Wherever our lives may lead us In all the years to be, The years we spent at Fitchburg We ' ll cherish in memory. 1 9 TS. ?C 9 a) freshman year It 6J s e entered STC as Leap Year babies. We ' ve been leaping ever since. After Mother Simmons greeted her new girls . . . heh, heh, heh ... we were ushered to Thompson Hall, where the illustrious Mr. Koko informed us that we were the cream of the crop! After a few choruses of " Ham and Eggs, " we adjourned to the Spa and waited patiently for the waitress, who never appeared. We soon learned that one serves one ' s self. Our first week left those of us in the dorms well adjusted to the well-balanced diet ... we all lost five pounds . . . while the commuters learned to thrive on candy bars and coke. Classes began . . . " Oh, we ' ll breeze through, " but what a wind! Meanwhile, tours of the campus took place nightly, ending at 8:00 P.M., at which time Freshman dorm girls had to get used to their beds of straw and pillows of lead. The commuters gloated on campus below . . . " the dorm girls will come tonight no mo ' ! " While the gals donned green bows and name cards, certain male members of the frosh were dragged up mountains ... to test their strength, or to walk the last mile home? We plowed through Freshman Election, and turned up the following slate of officers: Dick Condon, President; Evie Brown, Vice President; Joan Eden, Secretary; and Pete Ginnity, Treasurer. Our Co-op solons were Pat Manganello and Dave Ringey. At this time we chose two sponsors — Miss Rachel Bruce and Mr. Roger Holmes. Their strength has been the backbone of many of our undertakings, their sincerity never lacking. Charlie Tofferi wrote our class song, which will be remembered long after we leave these halls. Remember how we took on angelic forms at the Freshman Welcome Dance, held in the library, and how the faculty recognized our social abilities at once? Was this good or bad? Only time would tell! Most Freshman years at STC are highlighted by the Carnival Ball. Ours blew a fuse! Remember? This was also the night that we unfurled our class banner. Shocking, striking . . . and different, it was agreed. But we liked it anyway, and it always set the pace at STC, with our colors of sunshine yellow and steel gray. Did we misinterpret the meaning of Carnival through those gaily painted poodles? At least our artistic temperaments showed through! The Queen ' s attendants were Betty Bachiochi, Betty Lips, Lee Burbage, Joan Eden, Pat McKellick, and Peggy Provenzani, and more stately beauty never was seen. P.S. The Freshmen came in last in the snow sculpture. Although there was a great controversy, it was a reindeer! Spring had sprung, the grass was green. The frosh at the Brook could now be seen. Ah yes! Spring fever struck the campus. Classes now and then . . . mostly then. Our " Kagle Ogle " was getting weaker and weaker. More Willard Brooking than one could stand, and dear ole finals near at hand. Memories, memories! The gray skirts, yellow blouses and ties showing our great class spirit! Remember the hoops we wound, the maypole dance, learning our left foot from our right, struggling to sing in tune? Yes, all of these things brought our first year at " Creatures Tollege " to a happy ending. Our last words . . . " We will return! " M -YUs. rOmpo z. sophomore year Back again! At last we own the campus! Another rung up the ladder! (We hoped we wouldn ' t trip.) This is the year we formed the honor system with our beloved Kaxie Mostick, and disproved the theory that coffee in small am ounts increases learning effi- ciency . . . Oh yes! We became efficient, but remained unlearned. The Halloween dance has always left a question in our minds. Which witch had the Toni? A gay time for all at the Halloween ball. Betty B. and Happy, the cavalier debonair, took home the prize for the costume affair. Our class had once more won . . . the dance was successful and lots of fun. Every day the boys did their calisthenics, limbering up their rusty joints for the first tug of war between the Freshmen and Sophomores. The evil day approached and the hour was at hand! The rope was placed, the men took their positions, the gun was fired, and then Heave ho! heave ho! Oh well, you can ' t always win. Another great crew led our class this year. We chose Dave Ringey for President, , Betty Bachiochi for Vice President, Lee Burbage for Secretary, and Bob Iosue for Treasurer. To discuss our problems in Co-op, we elected Jill Hannon and Dick Alto. Anyone who went Spa-ing was aware of the ever popular song, " Mrs. O ' Malley. " Those who could sing three verses were granted free coffee by 0. J. Even after 0. J. took the record away, the juke box still jumped to the rhythm of our singing it. This was the year that we planned the Carnival Weekend. We undertook the task with great enthusiasm. " Card Games " was the theme for the snow sculpture. We chose the appropriate subject, " Gin Rummy. " In the afternoon, we went rollerskating. Some didn ' t have a leg to stand on . . . Boy! that floor was slippery! Sunday afternoon, Miller Hall had open house. Long, long after, you could still hear it . . . " I had the greatest time. " Later in the year, several men received suspicious invitations to join a large organization. Uncle Sam was acting as host. Many were threatened, few were called. There were tears in our steins over the loss of those who departed, among them our class prexy, Dave Ringey. However, plans were already underway for a welcome home party. Do you remember when Mrs. Simmons let us try the Mate? That was the spirit! We learned that it was not always best to serve one ' s self; too much could be fatal. Our social abilities were recognized once more as we all came to tea in hats and gloves. Although some thought it was raining on one side of the building, others knew it was Mate ' dripping time, an annual event of the geography classes. Spring blossomed forth again and our date books were overflowing. Willard Brook was beckoning us back! Of course we answered immediately, " Pile in the car! Come as you are! A car for every crowd! A crowd for every car. " This was the year we sang " Glory, Glory Hallelujah " (without the extra Hallelujah). As our patient sponsor, Mr. Holmes, with great determination, appealed to our carefree spirits, we struggled to sing in a serious and precise manner. Once again summer rolled around. Amid frenzied good-byes, pleas of be sure to write, and fond memories in our hearts, it was time to go home. Needless to say there was much monkey-business the night before we left. Remember the wheel-less car on the front walk? The flagpole effigy? The long-drawn-out fire drill? Ah yes! The campus would take a full two months to recover from our Sophomore year and prepare for our return in September. cJh ch (Jt-rcH ? ? fMe. t3aj f " C ai " Zumfny JLe. ooA) a a. CxEAm? 4 BUooK W r4 u » . M Hi»i ( JM 7 y £ CfipnPft Grt Atfippy T%fi Aj sj z £J z_£ ZoamtE- S sjz s junior year Cards were sent out during the summer inviting all paid members to return and celebrate tbe 2.0 averages. Flasb! Country Club has changed! New regime takes over! Our class officers were: Betty Bachiochi as President, Mary Lou Hickey as Vice President, Pat Manganello as Secretary, and Jimmy Bachman as Treasurer. Our Co-op representatives were Dick Baker and Ginny Bradbury. Methodology Blues began for many, while others delved into the question of " What is ultimate reality? " Some courses left us with that depressed feeling and we yearned to " Pull Down the Curtains. " Others brought those tongue twisters such as " Pick A Daffy Downy! " Although it was not in our make-up to arise for 8:25 ' s, our insatiable curiosity and enthusiasm sparked us on our way. " All Cadet Teachers At Attention! " Realization that the big ordeal of " training " was near at hand came as the first semester ended with exams. For the first time our class was split, as some faced the task of teaching. The tuning of pitch-pipe9, the shining of shoes, the multi-million nightly lesson plans, flash cards, charts, " mobiles, " and the eternal question of " What shall I wear tomorrow? " All these were the nightly routine in the life of a trainer. At the Spa we listened to those wild tales of " Dear Dillon, " Edgerly, and T. C. Junior High. Needless to say " training " is an experience that all must undergo and none will ever forget. Our Junior Prom was held in the Bay State Room of the Hotel Statler, and was one of the greatest nights of the year. It was rumored that many were seen traveling around Boston the whole night long. Ah! what a strange and eventful city! A corner for every cop, and a cop for every corner. The ' 55 " yellow and gray " hats displayed our great class spirit and orginality, although most of them were on the large size. STC took on a new look during our Junior Year, as the joint was jumping with cheer- leaders. Their peppy gestures led us on to victories. The little red and white car that sometimes goes, but more often won ' t, was put to use for free transportation to and from the Co-op elections. This was the year that the Administration held a tea to meet our parents . . . waiting till we were Juniors???????? Many attended our new President ' s inauguration, and welcomed him cordially. Memories come back again! Were you there the night traffic, directed from Miller Hall roof, brought the statues to the front campus? " Venus " could not have been handled more carefully by ghosts. The " Phantom " strikes again! Were you there the night the popcorn party was held on front campus?? Were you there the day the watermelon floated in the ocean while the ' 55er ' s got lobster red? Were you there at the M. J. estate the night the ' 55er ' s learned to cook hamburgers? This was also the night that our spirits were high as we realized that we ' d successfully completed our third year. The ivy plant was just as " dainty " as ever as we planted it, pot and all, on Class Day. Our ears rang (or burned?) with the sweet call, " You ' re looking great, Bunny. " Our Junior year ended with the thought that we had but one rung left on the ladder. We hung on for dear life, hoping that the rung would not break during the summer. senior year The top rung at last! We were seniors at last! Mmmmm yes! We arrived on the campus ready to bend ourselves to the task of earning a degree. Our last year as STC students. Alumni soon to be. Although many of our class were now doing their stint in practice teaching, the spirit of ' 55 still moved us, and the M. J. estate officially started the year with a glow-rious party. Classes became things that everyone attended, tho ' the mental attitude might be below zero. Even the 8:25 classes were attended (physically). School spirits were revived by the soccer games, which drew good audiences, even in the rain. When the basketball season came, there was a good crowd ready and eager to cheer our team on to victory. Remember the bus that was chartered for the Lowell game? Such harmonious singing, considering the lack of voices! The Senior Elem. A. girls must have liked their First Aid course. Never before had such arduous labor and study been employed to obtain the " certificate! " One might be certified . . . but for what? In Miller, the vacant stares and lackluster eyes looked like bad cases of shock, but it was only the result of having been out too late the night before. Of course, " immediate and temporary care " was effective, through the application of " no more lates! " We had a top notch roster of officers this year: President, Phil Crouse; Vice President, Nancy Sheehan; Secretary, Ethel McKellick; and Treasurer, Bob Iosue. Our Co-op mem- bers were Ray Duquette and Peggy Provenzani. Times suddenly changed, and some of the carefree ways disappeared forever. Our happy-go-lucky smiles were gone, replaced by an air of bewilderment. Perhaps we had matured, and were looking at life in a serious manner. Heaven forbid! New and enforced rules were put into practice by the " regime. " One could not help but wonder if the hills of Fitchburg were not being replaced by the steppes of Russia. " What will I wear? " " What will I ask? " " What will I be asked? " These were the questions that haunted us over and over again, as we began our interviews for future teaching positions. Some of us obtained contracts quite easily. Other couldn ' t make up their minds as to just where they wanted to teach. Will the groups that went to Newton ever forget what an adventure they had, even though they had to get out of that bed at 5:45 A.M. to get there on time? And what about the Rockville-ites, and their visit to Connecticut? For days after, the slogan was, " Africa! You too can go on a safari! " The first semester ended with the usual exams. Once again we were united as we all returned to classes. Even the 4-year and 5-year nurses were back with us, most of whom we had not seen since our Sophomore year. One day after exams, while some of us, in a customary haunt, were celebrating with the traditional " coke, " a visitation was made. The faces registered shocked surprise, and the " visitor " registered those present. The following week was an unexpected " Open House " or " Parents ' Week. " True confessions were heard! A new form of amusement would have to be invented. Thus a new meeting place was established. The campus Spa was busier than ever! ! ! The " Carny Ball, " which was a sensational hit, arrived soon, with Betty Bachiochi as Queen and Bob Iosue as King. Such a stately and hilarious twosome, with the jeweled crowns on their noggins. To think Chokl ' s head contained such hard and steadfast knowl- edge that it cracked the crown! And how about the mysterious phone call, looking for late diners in the President ' s dining room? The snowless sculptures were exceptionally good, with the Seniors, of course, coming in in first place. Their perfect image of " The Visitation " amazed all. It was really a marvelous weekend, and being our last one, it left cherished memories for all who attended the festivities. We heard Willard Brook calling, even before Spring arrived this year. Naturally, as soon as the roads were plowed, we started our traditional damming of the brook with the typical articles that one would carry on a journey to " Willard! " Much Bon Voyaging and cheers for all who were able to stand the currents of the brook. Ah yes! Fiestas, siestas, and parties galore! Many a wonderful time in store! There were farewell parties held in honor of all " would-be " graduates, and plans wen discussed to make community parties part of a vicarious and enriching curriculum. Nc doubt we had good aims and needed little motivation, but could our goal ever be reached? All too soon the very last week that we as a class would ever be on campus arrived. Spirits really cut loose! We kept a 24-hour schedule of activity. All had a duty to perform. else the culminating activity of our four years would be a flop! We all had blueprints for this particular thing and knew it would be a surprising success for all. Class Day was a rousing event, and once again we patted ourselves on the back. The facts of life could not be hid ... we knew we had done as we were bid ... in fact we really blew the lid! Our Senior Prom turned out a hit. Once more our class had done its bit. We ' ll always remember this last great dance, glowing with friendship and thrills, and romance! The next day as we left TC, we knew the years that still would !»■ would never be so bright, so fair as college years beyond compare. 0 = = 7 " 0 ? A or fj 1« ■■mmm HaSSrcS ■- ' ' ■ ' W2UT- wi sports :-M WBam WSBM Ivm HSffli BE EH BwH ■ HH flnSHw BHH ran ■BHHi ■ Jftftp=etgf)tf) Annual Commencement H tate Ceacfjera College at Jf itctjburg k unbap, unc 5, 1955 at 3:00 p.m. aSb .-if:-. Jfift2 =eigi)t!) Annual Commencement tate QTeacfcers; College at Jf itcbburg £ unbap, Slum 5, 1955 at 3:00 p.m. I I I ■ CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF EDUCATION George William Baker Maiden Catherine Eileen Burke North Billerica Joseph Cronen Dorchester Sara Regan Donnelly Leominster Paul Edward Drowne, Jr. Ashby Harold Bernard Geary Gloucester Mary Frances Girouard Gardner Elsie Germaine Guerra Leominster Mary Frances Hession Lowell Mary Cecilia Kielty Fitchburg Ernest William Lareau Dracut Phyllis Theresa Lyonnais Fitchburg Robert Joseph McCullough Worcester Marcus A. McGee Worcester Agnes Arvilla McGowan Lowell Katherine Ellen Moran Chelmsford William Brian Moran Lawrence Catherine V. O ' Connor Lowell Alice Louise O ' Hearn Lowell Leo Panagopoulos Lowell Nancy Marion Parker Leominster Waino Ilmari Pernaa Ashby John Wahlers Sargent North Chelmsford Roderick William Stuart South Lancaster Dorothy Stevens Tucker Fitchburg ■ MM 1 h b v ■ L ' £ ? ■ ' mm V- re l£ w ..• c w P - " - LrJr . .- • - J to j. • WJ ■ n soccer Co-Captains DAVE Ml IM ' in BOB IOSUE w 0m l y ■ F.T.C. F.T.C. F.T.C 1 1 SOCCER Bridgewater Durfee Tech Keene Bridgewater Clark R.I.C.E. 3 5 2 F.T.C F.T.C F.T.C. F.T.C. F.T.C. Results Lost — 4 Won— 3 Tied— 1 2 3 2 t Won- Keene R.I.C.E. 3 Conference —3 Lost — 3 ■i mm an K basketball Captain — GEORGE McGAW __■■ BASKETBALL F.T.C _72 Worcester T.C 61 F.T.C.. 59 Worcester Poly. 76 F.T.C. _74 R.I.C.E. 66 F.T.C. .51 Lowell T.C. 34 F.T.C .....59 Salem T.C. ...70 F.T.C. 52 Worcester T.C. 67 F.T.C 69 Lowell T.C ...57 F.T.C. 42 Keene T.C ...78 F.T.C. 62 Salem T.C. ...87 F.T.C.. ..44 Bridgewater 63 F.T.C. 64 R.I.C.E. _ ...62 F.T.C. 74 North Adams T.C. ..72 F.T.C 49 Keene T.C ...82 F.T.C 65 Willimantic T.C. ...68 F.T.C. _ 59 Clark University . ...73 Lost— 9 Won— 6 Conference Lost— 7 Won— 6 r I tdrfF — 3 m . ; », ■ JnJF . F.T.C.. F.T.C F.T.C.. F.T.C. F.T.C. F.T.C. F.T.C F.T.C. F.T.C. BAS 12 6 7 6 4 27 4 6 EBALL Clark 7 Lowell 1 Conn. Teachers Salem Keene Lowell 6 .5 3 .2 Bridgewater .6 Worcester 7 12 R Lost— 2 Con Lost — 2 Keene 3 e suits Won— 7 ference Won— 6 I I 1 A I coach dark ■ wmiM ,.wa. ■mMtT aa field hockey Head of Sport — BETTY LIPS w basketball Heads of Sports EDWINA BLAZEJEWSKI MIRIAM RANNE volleyball Head of Sport — DORIS BRADLEY — softball Head of Sport — JUDY FISHER swimming Head of Sport — MARY WASHBURN i ' vV ' ■■ ' ' ' v. ' ■ :■■ tennis Head of Sport — CAROLE MARCHESSAULT archery Head of Sport — PEGGY CAMPBELL Kk ' ( • . . 1 FA I r— 1H V i ClMK S3 1 badminton ead o 5por« — JOAN CONLON dBj I j H ■ -.L ■ ■■H T ViV I M A LITHOGRAPHED — YEARBOOK DALLAS • TEXAS „ r l n 1 1 1 " I I ...
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