Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Franklin, NH)
- Class of 1947
Page 1 of 92
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us as athletic coach. What you achieved, in the doctrines of
sportsmanship and tair play, was "above and beyond the call
Thus you Won a place in our hearts, Coach, for you held
before us, that we might never forget, those ideals for which you,
as a member of the U. S. Marine Corps, so valiantly fought.
G. Colby Barker Physical Education
Gerald W. Boicourt Social Science
Alger S. Bourn Mathematics
Marion Brooks French and English
Ioseph Burleigh Mechanical Drawing
loseph I. Cashman Physics and Chemistry
Marguerite Chamberlain English and Latin
Bettina Dalton History and Geography
M. lune Dollott Physical Education
Richard Eustis Coach and U. S. History
Mr. Donald W, Dunnan
Supt. of Schools
Franklin, N. H.
Ernest H. Higgins
loseph L. King
Rita Anne King
Mr. Edward A. Sillari
Secretary to Editors
Treasurer to Editors
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From the Class 012 Fu-+11-Seven, 'ta our School, Dear olcl F. H. S.
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ROGER HARRIS BUSHMAN "Bushy"
"His heart is in his work"
Commercial Club, President Activities Associa-
tion, Student Business Manager, Senior Banquet
Committee, Swing Club, President Senior Class,
Newspaper Club, Dramatics Club, Cap and Gown
Committee, Yearbook Staff, Sophomore Reception
Committee, Student Council. Alter school: College.
EUGENE ALBERT CUSHING "Gene"
"What is litre, that we should moan?
Why make we such ado?"
Basketball, Football, Baseball, Camera Club, Dra-
matics Club, Ski Club. Hobbies: Photography,
Golf. After school: College.
IANE LEFEBVRE "loe"
"ln all things
Mindful not of herself, but bearing
the burden of others."
Swing Club, Glee Club, Softball, Student Council,
Commercial Club, Secretary-Treasurer of Swing
Club, Senior Banquet Committee, Vice-President of
Class-3, Secretary ol Class-4, Activities Association
Secretary. Hobbiesi Sports, Music. After school:
To stay on at F. H. S. as office secretary.
ESTHER SIMONDS "Sim"
"Ever mindful of her duties"
Glee Club, Dramatics, Yearbook Staff, Treasurer
of Class-4, Senior Banquet Committee. Hobby:
Reading. After school: Nursing.
"A true friend to the true"
IANET ALLARD "I. A."
"Never idle a moment"
Dancing Club, Swing Club, Glee Club, Commer-
cial Club, Yearbook Staff, Hockey", Cheerlead-
ing', Basketball", Student Council, Activities As-
sociation, Winter Carnival Queen 3. Hobbies:
Dancing, Sports. After school: Plymouth Teach-
MAXINE ARDELL ANDREWS "Max"
"Love is like measles-everyone rnust
go through it"
Glee Club, Hockey', Basketball, Swing Club,
Dancing Club, Commercial Club, Girl Reserves,
Student Council, Yearbook Staff. Hobbies:
Dancing, Skating, Music. After school: Wheel-
ock School or work.
WALTER P. BAILEY "Smoky"
"Where's my cue stick?"
Glee Club, Dancing Club, Swing Club. Hobbies:
Sports, Dancing. After school: Art school.
WARREN BARKER "Bark"
"Ready for work and ready for play,
Always happy, good natured and gay."
Football", Basketball", Baseball". Hobby: Sports.
After school: U. S. Merchant Marine Academy.
DORIS BROWN "Brownie"
"Be silent and safe, silence never
Dancing Club, Photography Club, Softball',
Basketball", Y-Teens, Swing Club. Hobbies:
Skiing, Keeping snapshots. After school: Un-
RCDLAND P. CATE "Curly"
l'Silence is sweeter than anything else"
Glee Club, Dancing Club. Hobbies: Ice fishing,
Stamp collecting. After school: Machinist.
ALFRED CHANDRONNAIT "Peashooter"
"Never trouble trouble till trouble
Camera Club, President Rifle Club, Basketball",
Boxing', Track. Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing.
After school: The armed services.
MAXINE HARRIET CHELLIS "Mackie
Glee Club, Sewing Club, Camera Club, Swing
Club, Y-Teens, Dancing Club. Hobby: Collect-
ing snapshots. After school: Beautician or work
in some field for the welfare of animals.
BEVERLY LOIS CILLEY "Bev"
"How lady-like, how queen-like
Glee Club, Sewing Club, Swing Club, Music
Appreciation, Y-Teens. Hobby: Collecting
photos. After school: Work.
MARGUERIETE MARILYN CLEARY "Peggy"
"With many a social virtue graced, and
yet a friend of solitude."
Glee Club, Swing Club, Newspaper Club, Cheer-
leading', Swing Club Governing Board, Dra-
matics Club, Manager of "Summer Rash,"'
"Date With ludy,"' lunior-Senior Prom Commit-
tee, Yearbook Staff, Basketball, Y-Teens, Winter
Carnival Committee, Record Librarian Swing
Club, Iournal-Transcript Correspondent. Hob-
bies: Music, Dancing. After school: Laboratory
MARIORIE COOK "Cookie"
"Her court is pure, her life serene"
Swing Club, Y-Teens, Sewing Club. Hobbies:
Collecting match folders, Scrap books, Collecting
photos, Sports. After school: Work.
LESTER E. CROSBY "Les"
"It's better to be late than never get there"
Newspaper Editor, Glee Club, Baseball', Dra-
rnatics Club, Dancing Club, Hi-Y. Hobby:
Sports. After school: The armed services.
GERALD E. DAIGNEAU "ferry"
"His foot has music"
Dancing Club, Swing Club. Hobby: Collecting
photos. After school: Undecided.
MARY ELIZABETH DAIGNEAU "Betty"
"l pass through this life but once"
Hockey', Yearbook Staff, Basketball', Softball,
Candidate Carnival Queen, Scrapbook Club,
Carnival Queen 4, Correspondence Club, As-
sembly Program Committee, Glee Club, Dra-
matics Club, "Date With Iudy,"' Cheerleadingf
Girl Reserves. Hobby: Dancing. After school:
Dancing teacher or dress model.
IRENE DUMOND "Ikey"
Hockey, Basketball, Dancing Club, Carnival
Queen Candidate, Swing Club, Girl Reserves,
Glee Club, Swing Club Governing Board, Iunior-
Senior Prom Committee, Cheerleading", Sopho-
more Reception Committee. Hobbies: Collecting
popular records, Dancing. After school: Nurs-
MARIORIE PHYLLIS DURGIN "Margie"
"Faithful, Gentle, Good"
Swing Club, Glee Club, Sewing Club. Hobby:
Collecting snapshots. After school: Undecided.
ALFRED FILLION "AI"
"Noble in every thought and deed"
Press Club, Camera Club, Cap and Gown Com-
mittee, Senior Banquet Committee, Writer of
Class Song. Hobbies: Collecting popular rec-
ords and writing lyrics. After school: Undecided.
GLORIA MAY GILMAN "Giddy"
"A friend in need is a friend indeed"
Basketball, Hockey', Glee Club, Camera Club,
Dramatics Club, Dancing Club, Swing Club, Girl
Reserves. Hobbies: Taking and collecting snap-
shots, Sports. After school: Photography.
NATALIE ANNE HARTWELL "Nat"
"Yearning in desire to follow knowledge"
Swing Club, Dramatics Club', "Date With Iudy,"'
Glee Club, Girl Reserves, Camera Club, Year-
book Staff, Commercial Club, Dancing Club.
Hobbies: Taking pictures, Collecting china dogs.
After school: College or work in radio station.
ROBERT HINDS "Rover"
"Regular fellows make a regular world"
Baseball", Football', Hockey", Rifle Club, Glee
Club, Senior Banquet Committee, Swing Club.
Hobby: Collecting popular records. After school:
New Hampton School.
SHIRLEY HODGDON "Shirl"
"All things will come round to him
who will but wait"
Sewing Club, Swing Club, Dancing Class, Glee
Club, Y-Teens. Hobby: Writing letters. After
FRANCIS IOI-INSON "Iohnny"
"Knowing him is liking him"
Glee Club. Hobby: Pool. After school: Unde-
ANTHONY F. KEATING "Tony"
"Red is supposed to signify temper, but
we haven't found it true with Tony"
Football, Basketball', Golf, Camera Club, Danc-
ing Club. After school: Make money!
MICHAEL I. KEATING "Mike"
"Athletics is the elixir of life"
Basketball", Baseballf Boxing', Student Coun-
cil, Yearbook Staff, Vice-President of Class 2.
Hobby: Sports. After school: Undecided.
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DOROTHY KELLEY "Dot"
"Be patient. Trust thy star."
Dancing Club, Glee Club, Y-Teens, Music Ap-
preciation, Swing Club. Hobbies: Skiing, Skat-
ing, Reading. After school: Undecided.
LEONARD HARRY KELTON "Ke1t"
"Oh! Sleep! It is a gentle thing."
Football", Basketball", Trackf Hobby: Sports.
After school: Trade school.
IACOUELINE LaBELI.E "Iackie"
"Her hand is ready and willing"
Glee Club, Swing Club, Dancing Club, Pho-
tography Club, Senior Banquet Committee, Dra-
matics Club, Girl Reserves. Hobbies: Music,
Dancing. After school: Undecided.
"The fountain of perpetual peace
Swing Club, Commercial Club. After school:
IOSEPH IOHN LANGEVIN "Ice"
"Men of few words are the best men"
Newspaper Club, Camera Club. Hobbies: Pho-
tography, Model making. After school: Unde-
HELEN OCTAVIA LQPLANTE
"So gracious is her tact and tenderness"
Glee Club, Basketball, Dancing Club, Dramatics,
Softball. Hobbies: Sports, Walking. After
school: Plymouth Teachers' College.
VIRGINIA MAGOON "Gina" .
"G-gay, I-independent, N-noble,
Dancing Club, Basketball Co-captain", Field
Hockey Co-captain', Winter Carnival Committee,
Softball, Swing Club, Girl Reserves, Glee Club.
Hobby: Corresponding. After school: Nursing.
BARBARA MAGYAR "Barb"
"The hand that hath made you fair,
Hath made you good"
Glee Club, Girl Reserves, Basketball, Swing
Club, Dramatics Club, Hobbies: Dancing, Ski-
ing, Skating. After school: Business College.
NATHANIEL I, MAHONEY "Nat"
"lt is the tranquil people who
Swing Club, Ski Club, Hi-Y. Hobbies: Model
making, Sports. After school: Welding engineer.
ARTHUR MARCEAU 'iTsi'
"By his laugh ye shall know him"
Dancing Club, lce Hockey', l:'ootball', Ftifle Club,
Yearbook Staff, Senior Banquet Committee, Golf,
Glee Club. Hobby: Sports. After school:
THERESE MARY MARCEAU
"She is a girl of honor, of noble and
Dancing Club, Swing Club, Sewing Club, Y-
Teens. Hobbies: Skating, Sewing, Knitting.
After school: Undecided.
MARIE LAURETTA MARTIN
"The fair, the chaste, the expressive she"
Glee Club, Swing Club, President ot Commercial
Club, Senior Banquet Committee, Softball.
Hobby: Piano. Alter school: Stenographer.
FRANK MEAD "Speed"
"I will do my best"
Basketball", Baseball", Football", Swing Club,
Commercial Club. Hobbies: Sports. Alter
"l-levealings deep and clear are thine of
Swing Club, Glee Club, Dramatics', "Date With
Iudy,"" Yearbook Staff, Basketballf Cheer-
leader", Student Council, Sextet, Newspaper
Club, Commercial Club, Girl Reserves. Hobbyi
Collecting old music sheets. After school: Col-
THERESA IRENE MICHELIN
"Noble by birth, yet nobler by great deeds"
Dancing Club, Swing Club, Y-Teens, Hobbies:
Stamp collecting, Photography. After school:
GERARD I. MONTEMBEAULT "Monty"
"Ready in heart, and ready in hand"
Baseball', FootbalI", Basketball, Swing Club,
Editor of Yearbook. Hobbies: Sports. After
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V. A. MOSCARDINI "Musky"
"My short and happy days are done"
Track, Basketball", Baseball", Football", Swing
Club, Yearbook Staff, Band, Sophomore Reception
Committee. Hobbies: Sports. After school: Un-
GLENNA MUNSEY "Glen"
"A life that leads melodious days"
Dramatics, Girl Reserves, Cheerleader, Hockey,
Swing Club, Dancing Club, Carnival Queen
Candidate. Hobbies: Bowling, Skating. After
school: Dancing school or travel.
RITA ANN PERREAULT
'Those deep and tender eyes"
Glee Club, Drarnatics, Girl Reserves, Swing
Club, Sextet, Senior Banquet Committee. After
GENE PIELA "Genek"
"He will maintain his arguments as well
as any military man in the world"
Eootball", Basketball, Boxing', President Swing
Club, Glee Club, I-Ii-Y, Yearbook Staff, News-
paper Club, Iunior-Senior Prom Committee,
Senior Banquet Committee, Manager Ski Club,
'Date With Iudy."" Hobbies: Dancing, Skiing.
After schooli Navy.
MAURICE WENDELL PIERCE "Rhubarb"
"I've been working at the Curtis"
Swing Club, Photography Club, Intramural Bas-
ketball. Hobbies: Model airplane building,
Photography. After school: Business College.
ROBERT A. POISSON "Puss"
"Smile and you will not be alone"
Football', Baseball', Yearbook Staff. Hobbies:
Drawing, Model building. After school: Unde-
RICHARD RAYNO "Sleepy"
"Quiet and small,
But oh! that's not all."
Hi-Y, Swing Club, Boxing'. After school: The
ELSPETH LILLIAN RING
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness,
And all her paths are peace."
Swing Club, Glee Club, Dancing Club, Commer-
cial Club. After school: Stenographer.
GLORIA RIVARD "Ouiseau"
"My days pass pleasantly away"
Cheerleader", Dramatics Club, Glee Club, Swing
Club, Girl Reserves, Basketball, Yearbook Staff,
Dancing Club, "Date With Iudy."" Hobby:
Dancing. Alter school: Dancing school.
GENEVIEVE ROSE ROBICHAUD "Gen"
"My mind to me a kingdom is"
Sextet, Glee Club, Y-Teens, Sewing Club, Swing
Club. Hobby: Reading. After school: Unde-
ROBERT H. ROBICHAUD "Robin
"There's a no truer-hearted friend"
Vice-president of Swing Club, Science Club, Ski
Club, Newspaper Club, Student Council, Foot-
ball", Baseball, Basketballf Hobbies: Sports.
Alter school: College.
LEO ROBITAILLE "Rub"
"It is better to tight for the good
than to rail at the ill"
Cooking Club, Dramatics', Photography Club,
Swing Club, Dancing Club, Yearbook Staff, In-
tramural Basketball, Manager oi Basketball.
Hobby: Collecting records. After school: U.N.H.
STANLEY SAKOWSKI "Stash"
"By the work, one knows the work-man"
Swing Club, Science Club, Ski Club, Boxing,
Dancing Class, Camera Club, Driving Club.
Alter school: U.N.H.
ARTHUR IOHN SCI-IAEFER "Iohnnie"
"Be silent and safe, silence never
Hi-Y, Glee Club, Dramatics Club, Rifle Club,
Dancing Club, Hockey. Hobbies: Hunting, Fish-
ing. After school: Undecided.
DORIS ANNE SCHMIDT
"The path of duty is the Way to glory"
Swing Club, Glee Club, Sewing Club, Commer-
cial Club, Y-Teens, Iunior-Senior Prom Com-
mittee, Yearbook Staff, Dancing Club, Dramatics
Club, Swing Club Governing Board. After
NORMA IEANNE SCHWARTZ
"You are an elegant scholar,
Having the graces of speech,
and skill in turning phrases"
Hockey, Dramatics', Glee Club, Swing Club,
Winter Carnival Committee, Iunior-Senior Prom
Committee, Iunior Class President, Vice-President
of Activities Association, Newspaper Club, Pres-
ident of Student Council, Y-Teens, Yearbook
Staff, Cheerleader'. Hobbies: Music, Art, Sports.
Alter schoolz College.
LEON A. SOKOL "Soke"
'iWork before play"
After school: Undecided.
AIME M. ST. CYR
"Good manners are always rewarded"
Football", Glee Club, Dancing Club, Swing
Club. Hobby: Reading. After school: Work.
GEORGE SWEETLAND "Long George'
"I can resist everything except temptation"
Football", Basketball, Baseball. After school:
ROBERT L. TRACHY "Bob"
"Life is too short for troubles and care"
Eootball', Basketball', Tennis, Golf, Track",
Baseball, Boxing', Dramatics, Swing Club, Glee
Club, Hi-Y, Student Council. Hobby: Photogra-
phy. After school: Coach.
PATRICIA VARNEY "Pat"
"I am sure care's an enemy to life"
Glee Club, Swing Club, Dancing Club, Girl Re-
serves. After school: Teachers' College.
FLORENCE ELLA WENTWORTH "Sis"
"Silence is a perfect herald of joy"
Softball, Dancing Club, Swing Club, Glee Club,
Dramatics Club, Basketball, Y-Teens, Music Ap-
preciation. Hobbies: Collecting snapshots,
Scrapbooks, Sports. After school: Work.
BARBARA CHAPIN WIEGAND "Barb"
"To strive is to succeed"
Dancing Club, Iunior Class Treasurer, Glee
Club, Swing Club, Newspaper Club, Science
Club, Girl Reserves, Debating Club, Senior
Banquet Committee. Hobbies: Stamps, Skiing,
Drawing. After School: U.N.H. for Utahj.
ROBERT WOODS "Mike"
"Truest friend and noblest foe"
Baseball, Basketball", Boxing', Football", Tennis,
Rifle Club. After school: The armed services.
BARBARA WOOLEY "Barb"
"A life that moves to gracious ends"
Hockey", Glee Club, Swing Club, Camera Club,
Dancing Class, Y-Teens, Hobbies: Taking and
collecting pictures, Bowling, Braiding rugs. Alter
CHARLOTTE YOUNGMAN "Chick"
'AWho never spoke against a foe"
Swing Club, Basketball, Softball, Dancing Club,
Girl Reserves, Commercial Club, Hobby: Letter
writing. After school: Kindergarten Teacher,
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Sometime in the years to come, when
we look back on all we've done, recalling
days we've hoped and planned, with
dreamy eyes the future scanned, then
truly we shall see come true those shining
dreams. Now in review, we'd like to
show how each has filled the chosen place
which fate has willed.
There were those of us who went to
college and bettered the old world with
our knowledge-Leo R. and Stanley S.,
also Esther Laloie. I must confess Eugene
Cushing has won renown. ln fields of
science he went to town! Next we have
our nurses thre-eHEsther, Gina, and Rita
P. Ianet Allard teaches Phys. Ed., while
Helen LaPlante is so well read, that her
equal nowhere can you find. lf you like
to dance, keep Betty in mind! A waitress
fair is Marjorie Cook, while Patty Varney
from a book teaches the first grade how
to read. Bob's a coach. His team's in
the lead! Francis Iohnson and Walter
Bailey are pool sharks now-they prac-
tice daily! Hlohnny Fedora" is the fav-
orite song of "lkie" Dumondg and all day
long the office bosses continue to wait
for Glenna Munsey, who STILL is late! Nat
Mahoney, in his father's step, has followed
with welding, while our vet "Musky" has
found a good position keeping those
"All-States" in condition. Frank, his col-
league, fstill the samel enjoys his sports
but runs a crane. Maxine Andrews is
traveling far, and Natalie Hartwell's a
radio star. To be one day a dietitian was
Doris Browns main ambition. Barker
commands the Merchant Marine, while
all the beauties of the screen are photo-
graphed by Gloria G. A capable steno-
grapher is Marie. Theresa Marceau is
a nun. Gerard Montambeault thinks it's
fun to be a politician smart, and Doris
Schmidt has found her heart in Plymouth.
Truly, in effect, Bob Robichaud's an ar-
chitect. Gene went to Wentworth Insti-
tute, and executing a smart salute is Rich-
ard Rayno. ln Sulloway's Mills Beverly
Cilley files all the bills, Robert Woods is
raising chicks. CHens, that is.l If in a
fix, you want a house and right away,
call draftsman Alfred Chandronnait.
"Curly" Cate just wrote a book called
"Natural Waves for That 'Certain' Look."
Roger Bushmans a C.P.A.-that's Certi-
fied Public Accountant, they say. Arthur
Marceau and "Bobby" Hinds went to New
Hampton. As football finds they made
the headlines everyday, Ioseph Lange-
vin receives his pay from the Public Ser-
vice on Central Street, while Gerry Daig-
neau's dancing feet have won him fame
throughout the land. Television claimed
Barbara Wiegand. In Massachusetts
Lester-boy bought a girls' camp-his
pride and joy!
Maxine and George thought it wise to
spend their time saving lives of po-or little
animals-now they're vets. Florence
Wentworth has no regrets-teaching
school is her vocation. Traveling through
each foreign nation, Eileen Mercier studies
styles. lane Lefebvre types and files at
F. H. S., while Elspeth Ring's lifetime
work is keeping things straight at the
office, and outside Barbara Magyar does
reside as receptionist. Bev and Shirley
are happily married. Each morning early
Aime St. Cyr starts for work. Margie
Durgin is a clerk. "Oiseau" somehow
earns her keep, but best of all she likes
her sleep. i'lennie" stars in the Ice
Capades, while Dotty Kelley trumps with
spades in bridge each afternoon at tea.
Alfred Fillion holds the key to etiquette
and social graces. Remember "Pussy"?
He went places! The papers bill him as
a star of hockey on iceg and then, there
are a few of the girls, just three or four,
who settled down and nothing more.
They're Charlotte Youngrnan, Barbara
Wooley, and Theresa Michelin, while en-
joying fully life on the farm are lohnny
Schaefer and Leon Sokul-they thought it
safer and much more fun than any other,
while Leonard Kelton with his brother,
went into business. They did so well,
Their efficient secretary's "Jackie" La-
Belle. lt's hard to account for all the re-
maining three-the Keating boys and
Maurice P.g for they set out with a way
and a will to find a place that each could
fill-somehow, somewhere-which brings
us to the last ones left in our review.
Peg and Norma-each has seen come
true at last her future's dream. One is
now a lab technician. That was Peggy's
main ambition. Norma went on to grad-
uate from college.
Well, it's getting late! We've tried to
show in some small way where each
class member is today, what worldly task
each has begun. Yet life for us remains
still young. Our eyes yet have that starry
haze when into the years ahead we gaze.
The path before us, straight and wide, is
full in view, While at our side Walks faith
and hope, accompanied by a band of
rnern'ries never to die of friends and days
we all once knew at F. H. S., the gold
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As is the custom, we, the Class of l947
of Franklin High School, have gathered
together all our personal property and
talents in the form of a music album to
bestow upon our successors, to be theirs
Cwhether they want them or notl now and
Not to be "undone" by previous classes
we want to bestow upon the music lovers
of the junior class, the cream of our crop
of musical artists: Glenna Munsey and
her gueetarg Mike "Hot Lips" Woods and
his golden trumpet, Valentino "Boogie"
Moscardini and his hot alto sax, Ianet
"Fingers" Allard and her one-finger
boogie Woogie, Bob "Krupa" Hinds and
his drum-sticks, with Bob "The Voice"
Trachy to set the beat for these, our Melo-
Donald Beaupre might find them quite
useful for sound effects in his latest radio
hit, "Wreck of Old '97."
The West, A Nest, And You
Perhaps you junior girls, who already
have snared your man, will be interested
in some delicious, nutritious, never-fail
recipes by the homemakers of '47. Mar-
jorie Cook, Florence Wentworth, Doris
Brown, Dot Kelley, Beverly Cilley, and
Genevieve Robichaud have them all
under lock and keyg but if you ask nicely,
they might give you a few.
Money is the Root of All Evil
Since we are discussing artists, we
might mention another group of artists,
known to us as "The Depleted Five Be-
hind the Eightballf' Yes, you guessed
'em! "Smoky" Bailey, "Dead-eye" Mead,
"Cue-stick" Daigneau, "Blood-shot" Cros-
by, A-N-D . . . "All-shot" lohnson. These
pool sharks will make your head whirl
with cue-balls, eight-balls, corner pock-
ets, side pockets . . . and come out' with
EMPTY pockets. As a parting gift they
leave their EMPTY pockets to anyone in
the junior class who can fill them with
the folding stuff.
Do You Like My . . . Personality?
F. H. S. would not be if it were not for
the fairer sex, and we of '47 sure have
some "slick chicks." As the old saying
goes, "There are some things you must
take with you." However, not wanting
our class to appear selfish, Norma
Schwartz offered to leave her pearl-
handled toothbrush to Sophie Kyratzis.
Natalie Hartwell leaves her -blond locks
to Barbara Hartwell so that "Babs" may
entwine them in her red tresses. Peggy
Cleary leaves her geometric "figure" to
anyone interested in higher mathematics.
Le It Snow-Let It Snow
Roland Cate, Helen LaPlante, and Ei-
leen Mercier leave their "curls" to Mr.
Cashman, Mr. Bourn, and Mr, Turnbull,
as lack Frost predicts a long stay next
And I Chew And I Chaw My Gum
Alfred Chandronnait, Gloria Rivard,
Mary Daigneau, Marie Martin, and Rita
Perreault have been hard at work for
days in order to complete a detailed blue
print of the study hall, illustrating every
desk and indicating the exact location of
each "cud" of gum they have been
forced to relinquish. This priceless gift
they leave in the care of the school li-
brarian to lend to anyone longing for a
morsel of the best in tender-aged-mint
Take A Letter. Miss Iones
Every class has its secretaries, you
know, those efficient, career-bent young
ladies who are out to take the bull by the
horns fas the saying goes? and to emerge
triumphantly as that "Home-town girl who
made good." We have four of the best,
and each has some cherished memento
of the commercial "dungeon" to leave
behind. "Never-Miss" Elspeth Ring and
"Speed" Doris Schmidt dub Cecile Gagne
and leanette Hebert with their "Titles,"
lane Lefebvre and lackie LaBelle, after
watching loyce Parris and Elaine Coen
struggle to transcribe their cold notes,
land we mean coldll decided that their
endowment should be an eraser and a
And He Tips The Scale At 303
To "Slim" Berard, the Hodgdon twins
leave TWO of their skirts for next year's
Sadie Hawkins dance, as he has too much
territory for any single skirt of theirs to
The Glow Worm
To those who cram before the exam,
Maurice Pierce, loseph Langevin, Leon
Sokul, and Robert.Robichaud leave their
open books, horrible nightmares, and
desk lamps to those who think they still
might be able to stagger out of school
after a year of it.
In My Merry Oldsmobile
Faster than a speeding bullet ....
Noisier than a locomotive .... Able to
turn corners on one wheel!!! Look,
wrapped around that post, it's Gene
Piela, it's Iohn Schaefer, nope, it's
Leonard Kelton! Yep, them's our boys.
We can't persuade them to leave you
their cars, but they have a few precious
items with which they will part. Gene
has a special road map showing Cmarked
in redl all the best parking nooks in this
vicinity, which he knows lohnny Sokul
will appreciate. ls there a mechanic in
the house? To you, Iohn leaves his "jet
propelled DeSoto." Leonard leaves his
ignition keys fthe only remnant of his last
wreckl to Ray "l'll find a use for it" Le-
Take Me Out To The Ball Game
There you will find "Casey" Barker
wiping off the plate, "Streak" Poisson
running home, and "Slugger" Keating
swatting flies. Then out in the bone
yard we find "The Kid" Cushing catching
cold, while '!Tiny" Sweetland is still look-
ing for the bat. We leave these EMPTY
spaces for Coach Eustis to fill as he sees
Drifting And Dreaming
You've all heard of the adage, "The
Absent-minded Professor", well, Esther
Simonds is no professor, but you try ask-
ing her where she last left her mittens,
pocketbook, chemistry books, etc. To
remedy this, Esther made a nifty little fil-
ing cabinet and it helped her so that she
would LIKE to leave it to Mary Thibo-
deaug but as this goes to press, she is
still hunting for it.
Yah-ta-ta-Gab, Gab. Gab
Don't let our music title fool you, Esther
Laloie, Charlotte Youngman, Marjorie
Durgin, and Theresa Marceau are 'strictly
the "seen" and not "heard" type. Study
hall teachers call them a blessing to the
rowdy community. To those who find
detention a habit, they leave the slogan
"Silence is golden."
I Used To Work In Franklin
In A Dept. Store
Upon our departure from F. H. S. three
gaps will be left in our representative
body at Holmes G Nelson's. To remedy
this deplorable situation, Barbara "Short
Change" Wiegand, Pat "Wrong Size"
Varney, Barbara "Charge lt" Magyar, and
Stanley "Let's Duck Charlie" Sakowski
consented to leave their positions in
Franklin's biggest department store, to be
replaced by Mgr. B. Deshaies, Buyer C.
Prince, Time-keeper W. Rayno, and Ken-
neth "What's your hurry" Dussault.
Rumors Are Flying
"Advice To The Lovelorn" by A. Mar-
ceau, A. Fillion, N. Mahoney, A. St. Cyr,
and R. Rayno. These boys may have
you buffaloed, but we've had an inside
tip that these ruthless "Boyers" have
methods ot their own in the art of "How
to snare your chicken." So, to you junior
Casanovas, they leave special appoint-
ment cards so that you may gain prompt
admission to their "den" if your lovely
flame dies and you suddenly realize that
life is not just a bowl of cherries.
There's No Business Like
Roger CHOW much did we make'?l Bush-
man and Gerard Clrlow much have we
got?l Montambeault, the senior class
business men, leave their accounting
ability and secrets to nobody. Find your
own! l l
Leave The Dishes In The Sink
Every noon, to the tune of running
water and the smashing of dishes, An-
thony Keating and Leo Robitaille douse
their lily-white hands in the dish washer
and emerge with a new type sandpaper
and a glorious new color, "Vibrant Red."
The reason for this amazing transforma-
tion is a special new hand cream discov-
ered by the boys and which they leave to
Earl Lowell and Wm. Miller, so that these
future dish washers may always keep
their hands lovely to look at, and lovely
The Old Gray Mare Ain't
What She Used To Be
Are you young, full of vim and vigor?
You are? Aren't you lucky? Then we
of the hockey team advise you to start
training now and with the right equip-
ment. Maxine Andrews donates an oxy-
gen container for that second wind,
Gloria Gilman-binoculars with which
to keep the puck in sight, Irene Dumond-
a new human jet propulsion device for
extra speed, Barbara Wooley-steel
plates to anyone who finds shin guards
inadequate, Virginia Magoon-a shovel
in case your hockey stick isn't enough to
get by the opposing goalie, and to Miss
Kyrka, a special wish for a successful
In Witness Whereof: We have set our
hand and seal this thirteenth day of Iune,
in the year nineteen hundred and forty-
seven to last "Till The End Of Time."
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President Iuanita Crosby
Vice President Henry Lasak
Secretary loan Dane
Treasurer Iulia Petrach
Van Camp, Rita
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President Hugh Keating
Vice President Elizabeth Schmidt
SeCf9l0fY Armand Pelletier
Treasurer Lois Ripley
Abbott, Katherine P.
Bagley, David A.
Beaudet, Francis T.
Beaudey, Norman I.
Bilocleau, Gerard I.
Blake, Deborah D.
Brouillard, Rita M.
Butler, Iack W.
Carey, Warner L.
Carr, Edmund L.
Champion, Andrew T.
Clark, Roger L.
Colby, Sally A.
Cook, Burt W.
Cullen, Ralph L.
Daigneau, Iean M.
Dearborn, Glenice G.
Deshaies, Henry I.
Dicey, Mertie L.
Dillon, Harriet L.
Downes, Evelyn l.
Dumond, Theresa C.
Elliot, Iean M.
Emerson, Evelyn I.
Fielders, Mariorie E.
Fresh, Barbara L.
Frew, Arthur O.
Gassett, Thelma P.
Goodell, Roberta E.
Gosselin, lrene L.
Grant, Robert C.
Griffin, Barbara E.
Heath, Harry W.
Herbst, Ann L.
Hilliker, Gloria C.
Hines, Dolores E.
Ieanson, Raymond I
Knapp, Evedine C.
LaChance, Ianet E.
Lang, George E.
Langevin, Ann G.
Lasak, Martin A.
Laughy, Harold W.
Lavoie, Emil G.
LeBrun, Roger C.
Lemire, Paul A.
Limoge, Patricia A.
Liolis, Nick C.
Merrill, Edmond G.
Morrill, Marjorie L.
Murray, Peter F.
Nadeau, Andrew N.
Nadeau, Dolores M.
O'Brien, Harold I.
Ordway, Helen L.
Paquette, Ianet A.
Pastuszak, Helen A.
Pierce, Gordon V.
Pelletier, Robert E.
Poisson, Norman I.
Raymond, Helen F.
St. Cyr, Mary V.
St. Cyr, Wilfred
St. Iacques, Doris B.
St. Iacques, Octave
Schmidt, Margaret I.
Seamans, Richard, Ir
Smith, Barbara L.
Spooner, Iulia B.
Tandy, Robert G.
Welch, Iohn P.
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The Student Council is the governing
board of the school. It is made up of
twelve students, four from each class,
guided by their advisor, Mr. Burleigh.
The Council's officers are: President,
Norma Schwartz, Vice-President, Iohn
Sokul, Secretary, Eileen Mercier. All
problems presented by the pupils are
thoroughly discussed and solutions
worked out with the co-operation of
teachers and students.
Again the Swing Club has been one
of the most popular activities and no
wonder! lt provided entertainment and
enjoyment for all. Besides sponsoring
the annual Winter Carnival, the Swing
Club had its first fall hop and many other
dances. The officers were Robert Bobi-
chaud, Iane Lefebvre, and Peggy Cleary.
Miss King was the enthusiastic leader of
this busy club.
The Dramatics Club has enjoyed a
very successful season under Mrs. Cham-
berlain, our director. Natalie Hartwell,
Norma Schwartz, Kathryn Weglarz, and
Mary Thibideau served as officers. The
club's first play was the "Trysting Place."
This play "went on the road," after being
presented at an assembly. The urolling
in the aisle" type of play was "The Touch-
down," presented at night school. This
year the club was divided into four "stock
companies" with a student director for
each. Each group competed against the
other for the best performance with one-
act plays. The grand finale for the sea-
son was "A Date With ludyf' a three-act
comedy based on the popular radio pro-
The Hi-Y is composed ofboth boys and
girls, with Miss Dalton and Mr. Harris as
advisors. Officers were: Kathryn Weg-
larz, Iuanita Crosby, Ioan Dane and Iohn
Sokul. A business meeting is held on
the first and fourth Monday of every
month. Then, to combine business with
pleasure, the third Tuesday of every
month is reserved for an evening meeting,
with discussions and parties. Mr. Bes-
serer, district secretary, leads discussion.
A girls' conference, held in Rochester, was
attended by Marilyn Powers and May
Rogers, similarly the boys' conference at
Dover, by Arthur Mercier and Lyle Fish.
Kathryn Weglarz and Lyle Fish spoke at
the annual Hi-Y banquet held at the Bap-
The Y-Teens, a part of the Y.W.C.A., is
another new organization, Mrs. Tucker,
Y.W.C.A. secretary for this area, helped
to organize the club, explaining the prin-
ciples and purposes of the Y-Teen groups.
At one meeting, Mr. Tucker, who was mis-
sionary in Africa for many years, spoke
on his experiencesvin the dark continent.
This organization, with Miss Dalton and
Miss Brooks as advisors, has contributed
to the world-wide fellowship fund to re-
habilitate Y.W.C.A.'s all over the world.
This club's officers were: Elaine Coen,
Ann Tucker, Dorothy Kelley, and Shirley
This year the Glee Clubs have a mem-
bership of about 8U girls and 20 boys.
Everyone looks forward to "concert time,"
which is the annual school concert. A
group of talented girls, comprising our
sextet, is selected from the Girls' Glee
Club. They furnish entertainment for the
school and organizations. Miss Moses,
better known as "Ma Moses," deserves
much credit for the way she has led and
encouraged such a large group.
This is the first year that a debating
club has been formed. Mr. Boicourt has
been advisor. Many current problems
were discussed, but the question of social-
ized medicine was the main topic. De-
bates were held with Laconia, New
Hampton, and Tilton. Members also en-
tered the New England Debate Contest
at Bates College and the prize speaking
tournament at Portland, Maine.
The Photography Club, with Mr. Bourn
as the new advisor, has been quite ac-
tive this year. The members have learned
about developing, printing and enlarg-
ing, and their pictures were displayed in
the study hall which served as an art
gallery for exhibits. The cdlub also staged
an assembly program dealing with pho-
tography. A field trip gave opportunity
for the members to take pictures and ex-
pand their knowledge of photography.
The officers were: Eugene Cushing, Maur-
ice Pierce, Betty Brown and Leo Robi-
The Rifle Club boasted a membership of
35. It was the organizations first year,
under the supervision of Mr. Boicourt.
Officers were: Alfred Chandronnait, Rob-
ert Hinds, and Arthur Marceau. The ac-
tivities of this group of interested boys
included plans for a rifle range, fishing
and hunting sojourns and meetings with
speakers who talked about sportsmanship
and game laws.
The Ski Club is another newly organ-
ized club, also under Mr. Boicourt's super-
vision, with Ernest Eredette and Gene
Piela as officers. With the weather's per-
mission, outings were 'held at Andover
and Gilford. Ski meets were also ar-
ranged with New Hampton and Laconia.
The Commercial Club, still another in-
novation, was directed by Miss King.
This club helped with the publication of
the school newspaper and performed
other commercial duties. All commercial
classes were included and each class had
its own representatives. Officers were:
Marie Martin, Doris Schmidt, Ianet Allard
and Eileen Mercier. With the financial
support of dues, the senior members were
able to enjoy a trip to the "ice Follies."
The Newspaper Club had as editor and
associate editors, Lester Crosby, Warren
Barker and Cecile Gagne, respectively.
Miss Brooks was supervisor and with Miss
King cooperating in the publication, "The
Orac1e" got off to an early start and en-
tertained us with four sparkling issues.
The assembly council was organized
for the purpose of providing entertaining
and worthwhile assemblies for the en-
ioyment of the pupils and faculty.
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With a will to win, fifteen lettermen re-
turned to school in the fall, and our foot-
ball team gained the distinction of having
the best record since 1934. An interest-
ing fact about this team was that it con-
tained eighteen ever-fighting and sports-
menlike seniors. On a cold and rainy
day in November the Golden Tornadoes
journeyed to Laconia to lose a heart-
breaker. ln this game, as in all previous
games, there wasn't just one star, but
eleven, at all times. The sensational rec-
ord consisted of five victories and three
losses. With a fastcoming group of fight-
ing juniors and sophomores, Coaches
Eustis and Barker are destined to have
great teams in the following years.
Basketball has gained much fame for
F. H. S. by consistently producing win-
ning teams. The Golden Tornadoes kept
up the tradition by downing all class "B"
rivals, massing twelve victories undefeat-
ed in the class B division. The play again
was dominated by the seniors, with four
on the first and second teams. Coach
Barkers famed "Dynamite Line" em-
ployed a fast breaking offense much de-
sired by many teams.
Followed by a large group of Franklin
fans, the boys journeyed to Durham' to
participate in the tournament. There
they had to play good basketball to down
Conant, of East Iaftrey. The final score
was 42-35. Warren Barker and Bruce
Butler paced the team to this victory.
With Frank Mead, Bob Trachy and Valen-
tino Moscardini spearheading the Frank-
lin attack, the Tornadoes met defeat at
the hands of Pinkerton Academy, of Derry,
45-29. "Speed" Mead so impressed the
sports writers that he was chosen All-
For the first time in the history of F. H.
S., Ice Hockey had a full-time coach.
Coach Bourn's fighting "Bulldogs" were
a group of fast skating, hockey-minded
boys. Their W-on-lost record does them
injustice, for they played many teams
out of their class. Coach Bourn is build-
ing for next year, and he should have a
team surpassed by none.
At .the beginning of the season, Coach
Kyrka and the F. H. S. stick wielders had
hopes for another banner season. ln
spite 'of the fact that the team had many
inexperienced players, Co-captains Gina
Magoon and Elaine Coen realiied that it
wouldn't take long to develop skill and
a fighting spirit.
Enthusiasm in the sport of hockey ran
high at the beginning of the season, but
the team had to settle for three wins
tClaremont, Newport, and Laconial, three
losses CLebanon, twice, and Hanoverl, and
two ties treturn games with Hanover and
Girls' basketball was resumed under
the coaching of Miss june Dolloff, with
the aid of Co-captains Gina Magoon and
Elaine Coen. Starting with a squad of
about thirty girls, Coach Dolloff found it
difficult to select the outstanding players,
and not until several practices were com-
pleted was it possible to eliminate some
of the girls. The team got off to a shaky
start by dropping the first contest with
the Alumnae. Beaten twice by Lebanon
and St. Ioseph's Cathedral of Manchester,
the team went on to win over Bristol,
Penacook, and Newport. With a lot of
underclassmen now on the varsity, Coach
Dolloff promises us a top-notch team for
the next year.
Our cheer-leaders this year were really
something! Outtitted in just about the
snappiest costumes We've ever seen,
and drilled to smooth perfection by Miss
King, the girls put on brilliant perform-
ances at every game. Several were en-
tered in the Manchester Union's "Miss
Basketball Cheer-Leader Contest," and
Norma and Eileen were selected as two
ot the twelve finalists. While the entire
group was in Durham for the tournament,
they say it was the mascot, Eileen's little
sister, Ioyce, who stole the show!
Franklin Manchester West Franklin Sl- lohns
. Franklin Penacook
Franklin Lebanon .
A Franklin Newport
Ffenklm St- TOMS Franklin Bristol
Franklin Concord Franklin Plymouth
Franklin Newport Franklin St. Mary
Franklin Exeter Franklin Lebanon
1 Franklin Penacook
Franklin New Hampton I. V. Franklin Newport
Franklin Laconia Franklin Laconia
Franklin St. Mary
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Franklin Rochester Ffgnklin Alumni
Franklin New Hampton I .V. FfC1T1kli1'1 ST' PC1111
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Franklin Brewster I. V. Franklin Pinkerton
The Activities Association is one organization that includes
the Whole student body. This year the membership was enlarged
to include the freshmen from the Daniell Iunior High School.
The association supervises the sporting events of the school
and sees that the teams are properly eguippedg besides using
the funds for other worthwhile projects.
The Advisory Council of this association is composed of the
headmaster, the coaches, the faculty manager of athletics, repre-
sentatives from the student council, and one member of the
With the help of the dues collected from the students, this
organization has done much for the benefit of the school itself
and its students.
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What is one of the most popular events-one that all the stu-
dents look forward to during the school year - of course, it's the
This year the sporting events got underway lanuary 27, and
for several days the gym rang with the sounds of excitement.
After the finals were over, we found that the seniors had car-
ried off the honors in both boys' and girls' basketball, with the
juniors victors in volley ball. The juniors also won the hockey
finals and chalked up the greatest number of points f23l in the
skating contests at Odell Park. Iunior girls and sophomore boys
proved to be the champs in skiing. At the final tally, the sale
of dance tickets added the final points for a senior victory.
On February 8, a colorful coronation ball climaxed the sea-
son. The gym was attractively decorated with multi-colored
streamers. Balloons, to be released at midnight, were suspended
from the ceiling. Windows boasted appropriate winter scenery
and "portraits" of the king and queen were on each side of the
stage. The back drop was a wonderland of snow-capped peaks
against a starry sky.
A page Cl-larry Wattsl announced the arrival of the queen.
Then, heralded by the buglers, Betty Daigneau, escorted by Bob
Trachy, her king, and followed by her court, entered the hall.
As Ben Hall's orchestra played the Franklin Alma Mater, the
royal couple ascended the stage. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gilman
officiated in the coronation ceremony after which the king, queen,
and court received gifts.
Little Ann Simoneau and Ioanne Bivard as crown bearers,
together with Bernice Dumond and Ioyce Mercier as train bear-
ers, were very charming. Another highlight of the ball was the
singing of "l-luggin' and Chalkin' " by four-year-old Ioanne
As the mean old clock ticked away the happy minutes, an-
other winter carnival passed into F. H. S. history. P
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