Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Franklin, NH)
- Class of 1951
Page 1 of 88
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1951 volume:
FRANKLIN HIGH SCHUOL
FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE
Mr. l oseph Burleigh
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To you, Mr. Burleigh, in reo-
ognition of your rnony yeors of
unoeasing patience and your
guiet, tireless efforts in behalf
of Franklin High School . . .
and to you, Mr. Hobon, in ap-
preciation ot your kindness and
assistance to all of us in the closs-
room as well as on the field ot
sport, we, the class of 1951, de-
dicate this, our yearbook
Mr. William M. Hoban
This is the story of the class of '5l. We have tried to write a good one
to record, with Word and picture, lest they be lost in the rush of years
the high points ot those Wonderfully vibrant, tender yeors
We want to thank everyone who helped
us to write our story, especially the follow-
ing people whose co-operation has been in-
Mr. John P. Lewis, our publisher and
printer, for his advice and interest.
Mr. Frank Poblenz, our photographer,
for his many ungrudging hours of over-
Rev. Gustave 'Eeining for his generous
loan of photographic properties.
june Hartwell, the junior editor, for as-
sistance in assembling material.
Warren Cate and Lorraine Aube for
their willing donation of important pic-
of high school
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Uagfs of Content:
The Seniors Sz Underclassmen
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FRED W. SNELL
Superintendent of Schools
ALGER S. BOURN
Nnmx E. CLARK
FRANK L. CRow1,12Y
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JOSEPH J. CASHMAN
Director Visual Education
EDWARD J. CONNOR
Social Studies, Driving
form P. BALL
English XII, Latin
IXIORMAN S. C0014
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JOHN E. TAYLOR
RUTH M. Glmwmx
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CXTIIICRINIC S. Tom!
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Sccrctary to Sll1lQl'illICl!llC1lt
.AGATHA SNoDGRAss FRANK J. SOUTHMAYD BIARION G. NIOYNIHAN
High School Secretary VVOrk Shop Assistant D151-ict Nurse
MARION A. MOSES
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ANN JANETOS-U. N. H
GLENNA W. YEATON
U. N. H.
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A1.1nzRT icomenfxnn vice PRESIDENT
. "When found, make ll note of it"
Football I, 2, 3, 496, Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 4"', Double Quartet 4,
Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Student Government 4, Junior City Officer I, Hi-Y
3, 4, Junior Rotarian 4, Assembly Committee 3, Yearbook Staff 4,
Class Vice President 3, 4, Blue and Gold Revue, Freshman Recep-
ROGER J. FILLlON PRESIDENT "Rog"
"fl svnsilzlv rwll bred num, Imrn for suc'vvx.r"
Yearbook Staff 4, Class President 4, Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4, Square
Dancing I, 2, 3, N, H. Folk Festival 3, Junior Rotarian 4, Glee
Club 2, 3, Freshman Reception, Blue and Gold Revue, Librarian 2, 3.
1IolJl1y-Dztirillg I, After School-College
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Hobbies-Hunting and Fishing A QCollege
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G?ACI?HAM .L E SECRETARY "P0rky,'
"fl soft cllisttw' fHY'Flt'fh rzwuy wrath"
Hi-Y 2, Commercial Club 2 , Carniv l Queen Candidate 3, Class
Secretary 3, 4.
79,1 !6rAfter School-Undecided
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CONSTANCF MARY COLLINS TREASKR R "Connie"
",S'n1ilv and thu 'world Sllllltli' with you"
Student Government 3. 4. Secretary 4, Class Secretary 4, Glee
Club I, Movie Projector Operator 4, Carnival Queen 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,
Dramatics Club 2.
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JOYCE MARGARET ASTBURY "Slippy"
"fl merry heart dovlh good like medicine"
Glue Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball I", 2"', 3"', 4"', Hi-Y 2, 3, Y-Teens 2,
Field Hockey I", 2", 3", Softball I"', 2", 3', 4"', Future Teachers of
Hobby-Sports After School-College or Waafs
MARCELLE F. AUGER
3 "She'.r 'very petite, but she can'l be beat"
Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Club 2, Intramural Basketball 2,
Home Nursing 4.
Hobby-Dancing After School-Teachers College
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KENNETH J. B RE
"A wit with dances, a unce with wit'
-Glee Club 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 4"', Basketball 3, 4"'.
Hobby-Hunting After School-Unzcided
HERVE F. BELIVEAU '-Herbyn
"Silence is more eloquent than words"
Baseball 2, 3, 4"', Hockey 2.
4 HONH-Sports After School-Trade School
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Glee Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Boxing 2, Dramatics 2.
JUN El M. CLAFFEY
, , "Quiet gal, good pal" T. .
ll 'lmerlyidl Clrjll! 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook 4.
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"A winning way, a friendly smile"
fi Glee Club 4, Y-Teen
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KENNETH L. COEN R "Kenny"
"For has a jolly good fellow"
Glee Club I, 4, Assembly Committee 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Double
Quartet 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 442 Basketball 1, 2"', Track 3, 44' Hockey
Hobby-Sports After School+College
"The rare is not to the swift nor the battle lo the strong"
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I JAMES G. CAR fqgm
H0bbY-SP0l'tS After School-Service
IO-ANNE E. CLARK "Tiny'
Hobby-Collectin a ots After School-Beautician
RAYMOND A. CRUNVLICY "Ray"
"7'l1t'rt' is nn low .rin 1'1' rvr than tht' low of food"
lfootlmall 1. 2, junior Prom Committee 3.
llolmlmy-Collecting olrl coins After School-College
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MARY lfl,l.l'1N CUNNINCIIJXM
"For .thu was just tht' Q1ll1'f kind tulmsc 1zal1m'.r Hl"Z7t'f 'Z,'tl1'.VU
Holmlmy-Stangp Collecting After School-Nursing
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on-:emma J. DA1cN14,Am.r 1 ,, J Joe
"By thc Quark, our h'llUTU.Y tht' 'ZUOVIHIIKULU
Football Manager", Basketball lNl3.llH.gCf'k, Hi-Y 3, 4, Junior Ro-
tarian 4, Yearbook Stal? 4.
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A ftcr School-Farmer
lfluiu S. DANE --Buddy
"Quick an his fact, quick in his work"
Football 1, Baseball I, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4"', Hi-Y I.
Hobby-Sports After School-Navy
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JEANNE R. DESHAIES "Jeannie"
"A girl wilh mvvr ti f?'lI'ZUlLU
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, Treasurer 4,
French Club 2, Librarian 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
Hobby-Reading After School-Secretarial Work
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RICHARD N. DESROCHERS gy'
"Oh sleep, it ir a gen e thin '
Football 3, Glee Club I.
Hobby-Reading After School-Service
JOHN E. DICEY "Marathon"
"Patience is zz 1lL'CC5A'tll'y ingrvdicnt of genius"
Newspaper Club I, 3, 4, junior Editor of Point 3,- Co-editor of
Point 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Public Speaking 4,
Glee Club I, 4, Track 1, 2"', 3, 4, Football 3, 4"', "Family Circle" 4.
Hobby-Stamp Collecting After School-College
RACHEL L. DODGE "Rae"
"fl maid lighthvarted and content" K
Glee Club XQ2, 3, Square Dancin lub 2, 3, Square Dance Repre-
sentative o Gilford 3, A. A. D Collector 2, 3, 4.
Hobby-M vies a After School-"Wedding Bells"
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ARLINIC M. DRAPICAU
"Nu nm' is l1uN1v who claus not I ' zir .ww
Glue Club I, 2, 4. ,
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9-f-rI 1 A ' "Joanne"
Q ' :su ' is t ufmthvr of philosophy"
. c paper ' J 3, 4, r 1 tics Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 3, 4,
J. V 'hee Inc ' lr 3, Cheerleauling 442 Yearbook Staff 4,
1, 2, . . 4, "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 2,
Y-Qs s 3, 4, c Club 2, Librarian 4, French Club
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"The il ' '
Hobby-Readin After School-College
Cl,ARlCNCI', l,, DUSSAULT "Dildo"
"llv'zx'c1rv flu' fury nf u jvulivnl man"
lfoollmall 1, 2, 3' 4"', cc Hockey , 2, 3 4"', Golf 3, 4, Junior Prom
Hobby-Art z W After School-Draftsman
IXFNNI TH A FII IO1 1 "Kenny"
I lnunx .sawd is a pruny canned"
Hobby Illllltlllg . After School-Undecided
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JUN11: D. EMERSON
"A litllv girl -with at big smilv"
Hi-Y 1, z, 3, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Cl1CCI'lC2l.Cllllg 4, Home
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LOIS L. FOVVLER "Mickey"
f'Wh3' cau't they all be contented like mc?"
'Qomm rcial Club 4. ,
RICHARD FRASER "Dick"
"Let me dia to the sounds of delicious music"
Track 3, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer of Band 4, Ski Club, Glee Club,
I, 2, 3, Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
Hobby-Hot Roddiug After School-Navy
VVlI,l"R1iD j. l+'RliD,liT'1l1f2, JR. "Pete"
"Why take life seriously? You'll never get out alive"
Basketball 3, 4"', Baseball 3, 4"', Freshman Reception, Glee Club
1, 2, 3. , -
Hobby-Sports rligplxg After School-Navy
an ti' :QV r
WILLIAM W. l"Ul.l,ER "Bill"
".l little !l0Il.S'l'IlA't' now and time is relishvd by the wisest men"
Vice-president of Band 2, 3, President 4, Hi-Y 4, Assembly Com-
mittee 4, Freshmen Reception Chairman 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
Hobby-Drawing After School-Undecided
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CtAY'l GASSETT 4 If " eck"
"The only 'way to have friend is to be one
Football 3, 4"', Baseball 3, 4"', Hi-Y x, 2, 3, 4, Junior City ci-
man I. .
Hobby-Sports After School-Service
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JEANNETTE B. GAUDETTE "Jenny"
"Let thc world slide, lct the world go,
.11 fig for care, and a fig for woe."
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Club 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Ili-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2, President 3, 4,
Square Dancing Club 1, A. A. Dues Collector 4.
Hobby--Reading A fter School-Secretarial Work
Football 3, 4"'.
" l'Ve ni ust I ive
to cot and cat to live" , '
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koHi2RT H. GILEO J N5 k "Bob"
"l4f'if and rvlsdom url' lmrn with the num"
Track 2, 3, 4', Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Point
Staff 3, French Club I. 2, Projector Operator 4, Radio Club 2,
"The Family Circle" 4".
Hobby-Sports A fter School-College
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IIAZEL M. GILMAN ' V "Gilly"'
"1'm szirvizrvlr an vmvny to life." ,I f
Glec Club 1, 2, 3, 4, VVinter Carnival Manager 3, 4, Yearbook Sta
4, Softball 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Managers 3,'4
Home Nursing 4, Field Hockey I.
Hobby-NVriting Letters After School-Undecided
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R. VERNE GREENE
"G0d's mills grind slow but sure"
Hobby-Stamp Collecting After School-Undecided
HARIEARA JOAN HANLEY "Barb" I
"Ku0'zelvdgc is power"
Newspaper Club 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, 4, "Those
VVebsters" 2", "City Slicker and Our Nell" 4, Glee Club I, Scholas-
tic Letter 2, 31, French Club 1, 2, Librarian 4, Editor-in--Chief of
Yearbook 4, F. H. S. Hi-Lytes 4, Sherman Adams Award 3, "I
Speak for Democracy" Contest 2, Public Speaking Contest 4, "The
Family Circle" 4.
Hobby-Reading After School-College
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RUBY lf. IIANNON
"l'll bv merry, 1'Il be frvcg I'll be sad for nobody"
lficlcl lloekcy I, Softball I, Glee Club I, 2, 4.
llobby-llancing After School-Undecided
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GLADYS ANN HEBERT "Hehe"
"Silence sweefer is than spcf'cl1"
Dramatics Club 2, Newspaper I, Glcc Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens
" 0' Square Dancing Club 2, French Club 2.
Hobby-Knitting After School-N ursing
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RICIAIARD ILDWARD HOWARD "Dick
"Halt a sure card"
New llznnpton School: Baseball I, 2, 3, Glee Club 3, Basketball 2, 3,
l-louor Roll 2, 3, School Publication 1, 2, 3, Yearbook 2 3, F. H. S.:
Hobby--Sports After School-College
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1, , S'Qetary 3, President 4, Class
r 2"', 3"K, Home Nursing Club 4, Stu-
dent Committee 3, Girls Sextet 2, All
State Chorus 3, 4, Basketball 3", Girls Chorus 4.
Hobby-Music After SCl1UUl-.NllI'5lllg'
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PRISCILLA W. KELLEY Y ' f
"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation"
Kennett High, North Conway, N. H.: Dramatics I, 2, 3, Glee Club
1, 2, 3, Debating 2, Basketball 2", Softball 1, 2, Volleyball I, 2, 3,
Square Dancing 1, 2, 3, Senior Year Book Committee 4.
Hobby-Dancing After School-Beautician
DEBORAH JANE LADD "Debbi,'
"Such sweat compulsion doth in music lic"
Band 1, 2, 3"', Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Radio Club 2, Girls Chorus 4,
Hi-Y I, 2, 3, French Club I, 2, "The Family Circle" 4"'.
Hgbby-Music After SCl'l0Ol-C0llCgC
JOHN JURTA 3RD Johnny
"I wanted 'wings
Hobby--Hunting After School Lumbermg
FRANK KULACZ Frankie
"A farmer is always rzch next year
Hobby-Hunting After School Dalrym
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I'lQNl'1 S. I NMIEICRT "Simon"
"llc :elm .rings f1'if1llfl'Il.l' u-zvuy his ills" .
ln ibzxll 1, 3, 4452 Double Quartet 4"', Basketball Manager 4, Glee
.'1.b 3 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
liibby-Llportfa After School-College
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IIIQNOIT l,Al'l,.XNTlf "Skip"
"His heart is as far from fraud as heaven from earth"
Hobby-Radio After School-Air Force
Gag tuna. wt A m.:c.1: 1 Km-r
wo.. nun N -ll Ll-.- Al.- 1
.VXNIET D. LAPLANTTC J N V j v
".! lzmr! In ri'.:u."1'r,' ll head lo vnutrivv,' and a hand lo execute"
Vfzxzas President 2, Glee Club 1, A. A. Dues Collector I, 2, 3, As-
fl --'4 by Cmmmiitec 2, 3, Secretary 3, Student Government 3, 4,
1-l'Sll.!3lll'Cf' 3. President 4, French Club I, 2, Basketball 3, 4, Hi-Y
5. 4, Scholastic Letter 2, 3, Radio Club 2, Newspaper Club 2, Li-
lrarian 2, 4, Treasurer of State Organization of Student Councils
.1 Yearbook Stal? 4, Chairman of Candy Concession 3, 4, D. A. R.
Ilobby- Rm-:tiling After School-College
ROGER LAPLANTE "R0g"
"Sweet is rwzlvngv, rsperially to women"
Footliall I, 3, 4"', Glee Club 1, 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Square Dancing 1, 2, 3,
Hobby-Sports After School-Undecigled
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ALFRIQD ERNQEST, 1e,ARoC111eZ "Al"
"Music is 'vll .wid to bc tl wth of alzgl'I.r"
Glee Club 1 , , lue nd G51 evue.
Hobby- ic After School-Navy
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"Shr has half tht' dfvd dom' .who has made a bvginningu
Glee Club I, 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Square Dancing 1, 2.
Hobby-Embroideriug After School-VVomen's Armed Service
01 I , - :M
- YCE QNE LIMOGIQ "Smudgy"
"Nvz'vr idlv ll munzvnf'
Glec Club , 2, 3, 4, Home Nursing 4.
Hobby-Reading After School-Telephone Operator
ALBERT LYNCH "Fred"
"Thr pluy's lhv flung"
Radio Shop 2, Dramatics Club 3, "A Case of Springtime" 3"',
"City Slicker and Our Nell" 4.
Hobby-Drawing After School--Army
C,o'YhL-iv vt A
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l1li'll'lll'l JICAN LYON "Bet"
",l sunny ziisfwsiliou is flu' wry soul of success"
Commercial Club 2, Newspaper Club I, Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 4.
lloblmy-VS1mi'ts After SCllOQl- 0Lltll Teachers' College
RAYMOND J. MARCEAU "Mun"
"Love is but a beautiful dream"
Glce Club I, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sudent Government 2, 3, Class Vice-
President 2,-Class President 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Football I, 3, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, Hockey 3".
Hobby-Spor 'ld After School-Air Force
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" lthlalits is I v wzr of life
llztsclmll 1, 2, 3, 4", Basketball 2, 3, 4"', Football
clout Govt-riunent 4, Junior Rotariau 4, Hi-Y 3, 4 Com-
11,,l,l,yA-5I,,,f15 After SchooLCollege
MADELINE MERCIER ' -
"Ready for work, and ready for play"
Field Hockey 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Class
Secretary 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girls' Choir 4, Bowling
Club 2, Square Dancing 2, 3, A. A. Dues Collector 4, Librarian 3.
'Hobby afleing W After School-Business College
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PAUL lXlINl':K Q 'N MPEIOWU
Track 2, 3, 4, Football I, Glcc Club I
HOLLIS MORRILI, "Archie"
nl'fL'll7' 11111fl1,' .rpva-lc little"
Hobbies-Hunting, Fishing After School-Undecided
' ROBERT MORRILL
I Hobby-Hunting, Fishin
1 ,1,,, 4
"It is quality mtlwr than quantify that ll1tllft'I'SU
Y-Teens 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 4,
Radio Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4.
Hobby-Dancing After School-College
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Hobby-Hunting l After School-Navy
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1 "Gentle of speech, b011cj'lce11t of '111i11d"
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.'XNNIC'l"Ill'1 J. l'l'fl.l.l'l'l'lliR "Cutie"
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"Hy lzvr laugh yr shall A'l10'lU hw" 3
lluslzcllmll 2, fl, Softball 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Com- 5
nu-rcizml Club 2, 3, 4, Square Dancing Club 1, 2, Bowling 2, A. A. 1
llues Collector 4.
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RAYMOND P12Li,12'r1ER ff ,V f726r'
"Grmuth is thi' only vzfidwzce of'7ifv"
Tennis 1, 4"', Basketl all Manag, r 3, 4"', Projector Operator 2, 3, 4.
Hobby-Sports N3 After School-College
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noNAl,n Plcl.1,12'1'uaR If f-Hom'
"Lvl nn' div In Ihr sounds nf dvlicious music"
Hockey 2, 3, 4", Baseball 3, 4, Double Quartet 4.
JEANETTE H. PIERREAULT
"Sha is gvullv, she is shy, but thvrc is misrhirf in her eye"
Field Hockey 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4. '
Hobby-Collecting Miniature Horses
'- . - After School-"VVedding Bells"
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LILLA M. QUIMBY "Sis"
"She who knows when io be silent, knows when to speak"
Glee Club I, 2, 3. ' '
Hobby-Collecting Snap-Shots After School-Beautician
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"fl smooth and steadfast man"
Hobbies-Hunting, Fishing After School-Service
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"The strongest man is the one who stands most alone"
Hobby-Hunting After School-Work
GERTRUDE RAYNO "Pinkey" 2
"Her hair is not more sunny than her smile"
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 4, Square Dancing Club 2, Softball
1, Home Nursing Club 4, Class Treasurer 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, News-
paper Club 2, Carnival Queen Candidate 2.
. Hobby-Dancing After School-Beautician or Service
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RICIIARD RAYNO "Dick"
"I low not mvn tht' Irs.: but naturv marc"
Hobbies-llunting, 1-'isliing rams After School-Work
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DOROTHY REYNOLDS "Dot"
"Gvn!1v is she, and of good infant"
Glee Club I, 2, 3, Commercial Club 4.
Hobby-Stamp Collecting After School-Secretarial Work
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GENE Rnuvms Rack , 62,912 --Puma'
"Nuturv has yiwu Iwo vars lm! only um' mnuIh"'
Student Government 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Club 3, Football Manager
4, Golf 2, 3, 4, junior Rotarian 4, High School Sports Reporter
3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4.
Hobby-Sports After School--College
BARBARA LEE RIPLEY "Rip"
".-I .rwvvl ntlrarfiru' kind uf flftlffn
Ilnnk I. 2, 3", Glce Club I, 2, 4, lli-Y i. 2, Newspaper Club 2, Stu-
dent Governmcnt 2, 3, 4, Girls Chorus 4, l,ibrarian 2, Assembly
Committee 2, Swing Club 2, Field Hockey l, Radio Club 2, A. A.
Dues Collector 3, 4, Class Marshal 4.
Hobby-Collecting Perfume Bottles
After School-"Wedding Bells"
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Glee Club 2.
Hobby-Radio 8: Television
GEORGE RIVARD Dun
"lm'rqiwuy of mustll bright 0 we
Marshal of Junior City, Football I 2 3 4' Basketball V" 2
Baseball 2, 3 4' Class Marshal 4
'globby-Sports 'Xfter bchool College
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After School-Air Force
"IlaNvy as a som, ilu tlmlt dui long
Basketball 1, 2, Student Government 1 3 H1 Y 1 2 3 4 Tr
Hobby-Sport W After School SCTVICC
"Jokes are lhe spice of corrvcrsatiou, and the salt of life"
Hi-Y 2, Basketball 1, 2, 33", 4, Field Hockey 1, 2"', Softball 1, 24, 3,
Y-Teens 3, Future Teachers of America Club 4.
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Rzulio Club .:, Glee Club 1, .. 3, 4, Sand 4, Newspaper Club 2, 3,
.Xssembly Couunittee 4, Ural atics Club 3, 4, Square Dancing Club
.:, 3. Music lfestival 4.
llobby-Dancing After School-Nursing
GICRARD L. ST. CYR "Dizzy"
"The 'wnrldls' cz stage un 'Zk'fllL'll ull jwrls url' l'luyvd"
Mayor of Junior City, liootball 1, 1, 3, 4"', Double Quartet 3, 4,
Baseball 3, 4"', Junior Rotarian 4, llramaties Club 3, "A Case of
Springtime 3, Blue and Gold Revue 4, Associate liclitor of Key 4,
Student Government 4, Boys' State Representative 3.
Hobby Sports College
I,IiU R, sARGlf2NT '-Sarge
",S'ludinu.r of vast' and fond of humble things"
Glee Club I, .2, 3, 4.
llobbies-Movies, Cards After School--Navy
PATRICIA A. yi --Pat"
"My, yr lzaz'd,Jla1zyuage all Ihcir own"
Glec Club 1, gd arsi Cheerleading 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Hoare
Nursing Cll?l.7y4. 3
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SYLVIA SHIRLEY SHICPARD "Mickey"
"l'ativncr is a rmncdy for awry sorrow"
Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Swing Club I, Fu-
ture Teachers of America C ub 4.
Hobby-Reading A er School-Plymouth Teachers College
JOHN sMART ,QC '
"lfV01'd.r are the most l v g used by mankind"
Hi-Y I, Glee Club 1, 4, Freshman Reception '
JOAN PATRICIA SORETTE "Jeanie"
"Always full of fun and pep,
.lust a pal you can't forget."
Band 1, 242 342 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y I, 2,
3, 4, Field Hockey 1, Varsity Cheerleading 4"', Yearbook Staff 4,
Newspaper Club 3, 4, A. A. Dues Collector 2, 3, 4, Square Danc-
ing Club 2, Home Nursing Club 4, Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
I lobby-Dancing After School-Beautician
MARY K. SULLIVAN
"She came, she smiled, she conquered"
Newspaper Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Glee Club
1, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4, French Club
1, 2, Field Hockey I, Librarian 4, Chrysler "Events" Representative
4, "I Speak for Democracy" Contest 2, t'The Family Circle" 4.
Hobby-Music U Q U After School--College
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"His wry foot has music in it"
Leicester High, Leicester, Mass.: Football I, 2"', Basketball
Track 2, Baseball I, President
Franklin: Football 3, 4,
ment 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Hi-Y
must go through it"
Newspaper Club 4", Commercial Club 2, 3.
Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, I Glce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "Music
Festival" 2, 3, 4, Girl's , Junior Varsity Cheerleading 3,
Hi-Y 3, 4, Square Dancingxl, I ramural Basketball 3, A. A. Dues
Collector 3, Hom Nur g C 4.
H anc After School-College
'l'lll'1RlfISA J. 'rRoTT1ER
"Music drives on s cs way"
Glce Club 1, 2, 3, Commercial Clu 2, 3, 4 French Club 2, Square
Dancing Club 2, A. A. Dues Collector 4, Bowling Club 2, Scholastic
H obby-Music After School-"Wedding Bells"
EDITH D. UNWIN "Peggie"
"Good health and good sense are two of life's greatest ble.vsing.r"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Square Dancing 1, 2, 3, A. A. Dues Collector
1, 2, 3, Square Dance Festival at Gilford 3.
Hobby-Reading After School-Beautician
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Softball 1, Glcc Club I, 2, 3, J. V. Cheerleading 2, Varsity Cheer-
leading 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Square dancing 2, 3.
Hobby-Dancin After School--Undecided
EARL R. woobs "Sam"
"Tha more hush: wer ihe more speed"
Baseball rf, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Staff, Football 1, 2, 3.
Hobby-Sports After School-College
PAULINE MAE WORDEN "Polly"
"Shv's small, bui, ah my!"
Hockey I, 2", 3, Band 1, 2", 3, Hi-Y I, 2, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, News-
paper Club 3.
Hobby-Letter VVriting After School-Undecided
4' Awarded a letter
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"What peaceful hours I once enjoyed!
H ow sweet their memory still!
But they have left ah aching 'void
The world can never fill."
It all started when I heard that conversa-
tion between two tee11-agers. What was it
they were saying? Ah yes, I remember now.
They were having an animated conversation
concerning how old-fashioned their parents'
"Oh well," said one, "how can we expect
anything better? Nothing ever happened
when they were in high school."
"I know," said the other, "I don't know
how they stood it. The world was so dead in
those days. I'd have died of boredom !" Then,
upon perceiving me, they lapsed into tactful
I drew myself up smugly, and, summoning
all of the dignity of my fifties, I pretended
not to have heard their remarks. Somehow,
however, their conversation kept recurring to
"1-lumph!" I said to myself, "dead world
indeed! Boring times! Why those were the
days." Yes, those were the days- - -
How well I remember that lovely morning
in Sepember of 1947 when my class as-
sembled in the schoolyard at good old D.
H. S. We looked forward with so much an-
ticipation to the wonders that lay before us.
A new world was opening up to us, and we
were so eager to become a part of it. We
were high school freshmen and we were
growing up. '
The "new look" came in that year. I-Iow
elegant we girls thought we were with our
long skirts and short hair-dos. The boys did
not have such a high opinion of the new
styles if I remember correctly.
The year sped rapidly by. We organized
Junior City that year, electing officers and
setting up a model city within D. J. ll. S.
Our class was the First class not to take part
in. the F. H. S. Winter Carnival. We planned
to conduct a carnival of our own, but some-
how that never came to pass. We did have,
however, a Freshman Party, and although it
was difficult to make the boys dance at first,
the party was a "whopping success."
And what of the world-at-large during
that period? Nehru became the first I-'rime
Minister of India. England gave up her
mandate in Palestine. Russia was building
Snorkel submarines, and in China civil war
was raging, a forewarning of things to come.
That was the year that Shirley Temple had
a baby, which occasion really served to make
us realize that we were growing up.
At last the year was over and the tinale
came. We were solemn on that hot afternoon
of 1948 when we received our diplomas in
the gym. This feeling was heightened by the
fact that we were to be the last Freshman
Class to pass through the portals of D. J. ll.
S. However, at the same time we were tilled
with anticipation of the greater things that
lay ahead. .
Now we were Sophomores! We moved
into the high school building, and with us
came the Freshmen, because of the crowded
conditions at junior High. This event helped
us out, because during those first uncertain
cflffy Jlffsmoziaa continued,
days, we had the satisfaction of knowing
that we were not the school's "babies" The
joint initiation that year was a "whopper."
How -glamorous we all looked, what with
the girls in bonnets and the boys in silk
stockings! What pretty legsl Who will ever
forget it? However, we soon settled down
to the high school routine, and time marched
'The Presidential election took place that
year. Truman defeated Dewey and surprised
the nation, and we were not exceptions.
"Some Enchanted Eveningn and 'Tm in
Love With a Wonderful Guy" were popu-
lar and everyone was singing them. "The
Snake Pitl' and "Gentleman's Agreement"
were the top movies of the year. Tojo was
hanged in japan, and just as the last chapter
was written to his life, another man, Mao
Tse-Tung was beginning to make history in
China. A Russian teacher leaped from a
window in New York to escape return to
Russia. The Berlin airlift took place, and in-
ternational relations became worse and worse.
However, as the world continued in this
troubled state, our class walked forward,
oblivious to all the confusion. june arrived,
and we took another step in the direction of
Our Junior year held all sorts of excite-
ment and breathless fun. The first of the year
saw the usual routine, but the last part was as
hectic as anyone could wish. The first Career
Day in the history of F. H. S. occurred that
year, proving very helpful to many members
of our class. We appointed a committee to in-
vestigate the subject of class rings and
choose them for us. When those rings ar-
rived, we began to realize for the first time
how near we were to the fulfillment of our
desires. We were so near and yet so far
away. There was so much still to be done.
We had barely scratched the surface.
In the meantime, antihistamine pills, to win
the "cold" war, became the subject of much
discussion. Lawrence Olivier scored in
"Hamlet," andmuch speculation went on
about those mysterious "flying saucers." The
loyalty trials were taking place in Washing-
ton, and our government was standing by
while the Communists took over China.
While all this was going on in the world,
we were making hectic preparations for our
junior Prom. We had so much fun decorat-
ing the gym, and it turned out so well. Our
efforts were well rewarded, for we were the
first junior Class to make any money on its
Prom. Of course, the orchestra was respon-
sible for that, but we preferred to ignore that
fact. The less said about that the better. The
important thing was that we were 'successful
and we were marching forward, ever for-
Yes, at last we were Seniors. At last it
was our turn to be the leading class in
school. lt was our turn to conduct the initia-
tion, and to have the countless other privi-
leges that belonged to Seniors.
The school had a new superintendent,
Mr. Snell having rep-laced Mr. Dunnan. That
year the first "Blue and Gold Reviewl' took
place. It was startling to realize that the next
year we would not be part of it, but would
be among the returning alumni.
VVork on the Key began before the year
was far along. Senior pictures were taken,
name cards were ordered, and so many count-
less other things were done.
Truman wrote "those letters" that year,
and provided everyone with a laugh. "Good
Night, lrenen and "The Thing" were the
popular songs of the day. There was a lot of
hilarity in those days, but beneath 'it lay
much anxiety and sorrow. The Korean War
was in progress, and everyone realized the
seriousness of the internationa-l situation.
VVhat lay ahead nobody knew.
As Seniors we were particularly con-
cerned with the war news. We realized that
many of our number might be in arms in the
near future, but we tried 11ot to thi11k about
that as we progressed toward graduation.
Finally, t-he night of the Senior Banquet
arrived. VVe were very lighthearted allfl gay,
knowing that with this evening began a
hectic, delirious and altogether wonderful
series of pre-graduation festivities, each
having its own once-in-a-lifetime thrill. We
forgot that Mr. Burleigh, like a voice of
doom, had given us daily instructions 011 the
atom bomb, and we remembered only that we
were young, and that life was opening wide
There followed in happy succession the
old familiar and beloved ceremonies-year-
book assembly, our Senior Prom, on June
lst. with its South Pacific theme, the Class
trip, Class Day with its noonday parade, the
program in the gym and refreshments on
the lawn, the sobering Baccalaureate Sun-
day, and finally the Big Night. The Moment.
Things hapbened in a jumbled kaleidoscope
At last "Pomp and Circumstancev was
played for us, and a big "Sl" hung above the
stage. Each one of us, pausing an instant
before that final walk across the stage, whis-
pered, "This is it." Then suddenly the pre-
cious diploma was in our grasp, there was a
hearty handshake, then "Auld Lang Sync,"
flowers, much laughter, a few tears-and it
We put the maroon caps and gowns back
in the boxes, keeping only the maroon and
white tassels as souvenirs of the most im-
portant milestone in our lives so far..While
everybody wondered what Russia would do
next and with the Korean "incident" still
critical we stepped out into a tense, un-
And so, as I gaze sometimes at my own
tassel hanging there in my room, so eloquent
in its silence, there escapes from my lips a
little sound, which is half smile, half sigh.
Ah yes-those were the days!
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VVell gang, dis is it, da end of our career. Da warden of dis here institution says
we're gettin ourselves graduated to a life term. So I "crooked" dis here paper and got
one of dem stuffy old lawyers to draw dis will up so it'd be all nice and legal like.
Take dem, youse guys, all our "acquired" possessions-da whole works.
Bob Rivest and Roger
Dick Howard and john
"Dizzy"' St. Cyr
John Dicey and Gene
Dick Fraser and Clayton
Bill Fuller and Hazel
Pat jones and Bette Lyon
jimmy Carr and Kenny l
bestow their curls
wills his winning smile
regretfully leave their
leaves his dramatic ability
leave the chem lab
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passes on het gift of gab
wills his basketball "know
leave a warning to the
leaves his drawings of
little black book on
"The Opposite Sex"
bill for 5 football jerseys. 2
footballs, and 3 basketballs
leave their wise cracks
wills his astounding know-
ledge and remarkable vocab-
dedicate their love to Al
advice on "How to get along
will their trusty lighters
leaves her position on the
leaves her sunny disposition
on any junior who can
afford a Toni
to XN'arren Cate
to Bob LaRoche and Lenny
to a worthy successor
to Mr. Bourn . . .
to Frances Sullivan
to his brother, Frankie
Cllands off Lois and Yvettej
to Mrs. Tolman's
goes to Bette Bean
goes to Mr. Hoban-
to anybody that can
to XValter Alexander
goes to Roger LaRoche
to "Beak" Boudreau and
to Jeannette Lemire
to Marlene Pelletier
Madclinc Mercier and
Frankie Kulacz and
Lila Quimby and
Connie Collins and
Ray Crowley and
The Senior Class
Mary Cunningham and
Dick and Donald Rayno
Ronnie Pelletier and
offers his dimples
combines her vim and vigor
with her other "talents"
is willing to share her
interest in the Navy
leaves her cute looks and
leaves his "Merry Music-
will their typing skill
leaves his many admirers
will their pet cows
leave the town of Hill
recommended locker 261
will their ability to find
"perfect parking places"
regrets that they cannot
leave Earl Woods
leaves her hook and line
will their domestic
leaves Mr. Cashman
wondering . . . ,
leaves the cash box . . .
but not the cash
leaves his "rock muscles"
and "terrific torso"
wills his speed fon the
leaves her "Soaring A
wills his magnetic attraction
bequeath their "double-take
leave . .
to anyone in exchange
for a few extra inches
and bestowes them on
with the government
to Edwina Paquette
to his brother, Arthur
to Lois Beaupre and Anne
. . . frustrated
to the Carnation Milk
that's 1 church, 1 school, a
post office, and 2 stores
to Charlie and Martha-an
an excellent place for a
to anybody interested-in
that type of talent
tothe freshman girls
wherever there's the
possibility of a MAN
to Barbara Dustin and
when the Webster Lake
bus will arrive
to the A. A. Q
to his brother, John i
to "Bug" Sylvester
to Barbara Tandy
to jimmy Hodgdon
to the Taylor twins
one jump ahead of the
Louise Wescott and
Claire Robitaille and
Dot Reynolds and
Lois Fowler and
Jeannette Perreault and
Dick Desrocher and
Mary Sullivan '
Jackie Smart and
leave their store of
wills her scholastic and
refuses to leave her
"hair of gold, eyes of blue"
bequeaths her friendliness
leaves her flirtatious eyes
leave their positions on
the basketball team
leaves her secret
leaves 'his artistic ability
will their ability to be
seen but seldom heard
wills her soft voice
leaves her faithful attend-
ance at the Comet games
leaves his secret blueprints
for a new supersonic jet
leave their wages from
J. J. Newberry's
wills his sharp bow ties
wills her ability to run the
library with a stern hand
leave their hope chests
will his all-round
leave their brilliant
wills his ability to get
leaves his pet expression
"Pardon Me, Maud"
leaves her "out of town
'wills her lady like bearing
advice on MEN-AND
VVHERE TO FIND THEM
combine their height and
Duly forged this lst day of
to anybody that wants
to June Hartwell
"Munn wants them
to Jane Carroll
to Nancy Retter
goes to Elaine Raffaelly
to Irene LaPlante and
to a future "scientist',
to Billy Bennett
to Claire Beaupre and
to Ruth Kelley
goes to Darlene Cutter Cwho
has a pretty distinctive
to Ann Murray
in the care of the Air Force
in a private bank
to Mr. Connor
to Marjorie Gauthier
goes to Anne Brock
to a "hopeful" junior
to Phil Gut
for Mrs. Kidder to
to Betty Nerden
to anybody that can
to Nancy Chase
to Norma Lincoln
goes to Karolyn Wallace
to Mr. Ball to divide
amongst next year's
Alias-"Daisy the Dip"
Alias-"Da Gat Gal"
HOT TOMALE FRANKLIN N N MARCH 4 1961 PRINTED TO FIT
l CHILE TODAY 122231121 2JiUfII5KEilJf THIS NEWS IS
March 4-Herve "Two-gun" Beli-
veau has been made a defective
on the Franklin Police Farce. Mr.
Beliveau states that he is out to
"clean up the town."
March 4--Kenneth Elliott, class of
'51, has been awarded the Nobel
Prize for outstanding work in the
held of mathematics.
Mr. Elliott currently employed
as principal at Franklin High
Local Boy Makes Good
March 4-"Scoop" Reeves, sports
editor for the Boston Herald.
Traveler, Globe, and Record has
been offered a position on the Com-
munist Daily Worker.
"Scoop" reports that he is un-
He Went That-A-Way
March 4-Word wa-s received here
today that Benny LaPlante, Ace
Hot Rod driver from Franklin, had
exceeded the speed of light.
When told of this astounding feat,
"Flash" had nothing to say. He
WANTED-Folding table by a
woman with detachable legs. Will
owner please notify Pat Jones.
FOR SALE-My latest invention-
Combination knife, fork, spoon, an-d
safety razor. Gene Lambert
FOR SALE-A house by a man
freshly papered and plastered. Pros-
pective buyers please notify Rich-
LOST-The Franklin High School
football team, somewhere between
Laconia and Franklin. Will the
nnder please notify Coach Al Robi-
chaud or his assistant, Diz St. Cyr.
SARGENT AND JURTA
"Our Work Is Equal To None"
Call Bent Nail 888
LEA!-IY and GAUDETTE
"A meal here and you'll never
eat anywhere else"
Reunion eeheduled For Toniglitg
Class of '51 to eet at Local Hotel
March 4-John Dicey, MIT gradu-
ate and Franklin High alumnus, an-
nounced from Torokszentimiklcrs,
Hung-ary, that he has repealed New-
tcn's law of gravity.
Says Mr. Dicey.
"Newton was nuts."
Roger Fillion, President of the
Franklin High School, Class of '51,
will call the nrst class reunion to
order at 8 o'clock in the Daniel
The program lists a banquet, fol-
lowed by reports on the various
members of the class. These are
to be delivered by June Claffey and
SPORTS and AMUSEMENTS
Ken Coen, U. S. Olympic pros-
pect, ex-ceeded the World's Record
for the half mile yesterday. He
covered the 880 yards in 1 min-ute
32 and 5X8 seconds. After this per-
formance, Mr. Coen had nothing to
say. He was out of brea-th.
Dun Rivard, star Wayback for the
Chicago Bears, sustaine-d injuries in
the game against Green Bay Sun-
day, when he tripped over a chalk
line. Regardless of 376 broken bones,
he says he will play next week.
The "Boom-Boom" boys of the De-
troit Red Wings, Clarence Dussault
and "Horn" Pelletier, are tied for
the National Hockey League lead
in scoring. Each has racked up 172
points -to set a new scoring record.
Fred Dane and Pete Fredette, star
forwards for the Boston Celtics
racked up 71 points each the other
night against the Minneapolis Lak-
ers. Co'-leader in the scoring racc
with Fredette, Dane held center
George Mikan to one point.
REGAL THEATRE-Clayton Gas-
sett, Prop. On our Stage, Old Time
Vaudeville-Starring Local Talent.
Fuller and Gilman, famed dancing
and comedy team--Richard Fraser,
and his Flash-in-the-Pan Four
Musical Extravaganza-Lilla Quim-
by, "The Golden Voice" Singer ex-
Winner In Raffle
Miss Gracia Hamel, it was an-
nnounced today, has 'won the au-
tomobile raffle sponsored by the
local chapter of the French Fo-reign
Legion. The presentation will be
made by the president of the Le-
gion, Alfred LaRfoche.
March 4-Miss Mary Sullivan has
recently purchased the local scandal
sheet, the Journal-Transcript. She
will act as publisher, and has hired
Miss Joan. Draper as editor.
In fulfilling fher life's ambition,
Miss Sullivan says her motto will
bei "All the dirt 'that's it to print."
Franklin Bowling Alleys-Robert
Rivest Prop., 1359 North-West Bow
St. High single string last week-
Richard Robichaud, 299.
Last National Stores-Rayno and
Smart, Props. Stuffed Cocoanuts,
Shark's Fins tfor soupl Ostrich
Dont Kill Your Wife. Let Our
Washing Machine Do the Dirty
Work.-High Voltlage, Inc., Elec-
trical Household Appliances.
Roger LaPlante, owner.
Perreaults Insurance Agency.----All
types of Insurance. Are you well
covered? Call Liability 313.
Mostly About Folks In Franklin . . . Gauthier Candidate
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hall left
yesterday for a two months' honey-
moon in Bermuda. They are flying
down, and iwill stay at the famous
Royal Hawaiian Hotel.
Miss Pauline Worden, has recent-
ly received la new Cadillac, which
is one of the prizes she was awarded
by Break the Bank.
Mr. Donald Rayno has accepted
a position in the Bureal of Print-
ing and Engraving. Mr. Rayno says
he always liked to work with money.
Mr. Paul Miner, Franklin Finan-
cier and Wall Street Typhoon, has
been offered the Chairmanship of
the Board of Directors at U. S. Steel
Raymond Crowley found himself
paying fees, fine, and damages
amounting to 63,000 in district court
yesterday. The little guy in the ar-
gument he had turned out to be
Theresa Trottier and Annette Pel-
letier have returned ho-me from
New York, where they recently won
a National Whist Toiunament.
Hollis Morrill, local garage owner,
has stated that he intends to con-
struct a new Jalopy Race Track in
Franklin. He will build the 1 mile
track on the Hancock School Flats.
Mr. and Mrs. George Daigneault,
are spending their honeymoon on
senic Loon Island, Webster Lake.
Lois Fowler has purchased the
Log Cabin, famous local resort, from
her former employer, Mrs. Dorothy
James Carr has received a 84,000
check for 3 weeks' W. P. A. Work.
Verne "Stripped Gears" Greene,
trucker for Appleyard's Express, Was
involved in a slight accident yes-
terday, when he ran head on into
Boston and Maine's "Cannon Ball
Express." Mr. Green was shaken- up
Deborah Ladd, graduate of FHS,
and the Boston School o-f Music, 11215
been named to- conduc-t the NBC
Miss Connie Collins has been ap-
pointed head nurse at the Frank-
lin Hospital, succeeding Miss Lois
Miss Janet Lsaplante has been
elected President of the Franklin
Business and Professional Woman's
LOST-My wallet in the tunnel of
love. Finder please notify Richard
Opticians, Inc.-Can you see wh-ere
you've been lately? If not, come to
us-R. Dodge and R. Hannon.
Miss Mary Cunningham of this
city, has been -asked to assume the
duties of warden at the State Prison
Arline Drape-au has been awarded
iirst prize in the local hog calling
Doris Roy has purchased the Grif-
fin Drug Co., where for several year-s
I she has been employed as soda jerk.
Jeanne Deshaies has taken her
father's place in the Normand's
Marilyn Murray has recently been
appointed English teacher at Frank-
lin. She succee-ds Edith Unwin, who
resigned to take a position with the
Raymond Marceau and Gertrude
Rayho, members of the class of '51
were united yesterday in Holy Dead-
Sylvia Shepard and Dorothy Rey-
nolds are presently employed at
Holmes and Nelson.
Miss Marcelle Auger has accepted
a position as a stewardess with TWA.
Miss Priscilla Kelley has taken
over the management of Kyrka's
Mr. Earl Woods of this city has
Inled a Law Suit for deformation of
gcharaoters against the Barnum and
'Bailey -Circus. The girl on the fly-
ing trapeze fell into his lap.
Frank Kulacz, local farmer, has
been awarded 55,000 for not raising
Mr. and Mrs. David Lessles and
their 9 children left today for New
York where they will attend the
Richard Howard has announced
that he intends to open a branch
of the Shepard Wholesale Co., of
which he is now owner, in San
In a special election held yester-
day, Bette Lyon was elected council-
WOII1'a1'l from Ward 2.
Your Congress Woman, Barbara
Hanley, reports "As the general
court did not meet last week I have
nothing to report."
Fishing Finale-Steve Mazur, local
li-Shing enthusiast, when told he had
won in the bass division of the local
contest said, "For sheer tricks, iight,
and stamina, I'll take a small
moulthed lass -at sundown anytime."
Your Television Guide
Louise Wescott, th-e feminine Mr.
Anthony, answers all your problems.
Untrue Love Episodes-June Em-
erson, 'Chief Tear Jerker.
How to play Cards-Joyce Limoge,
Mr. Gerald Gauthier, candidate
for Mayor, said in a speech last
night, "Everyone knows the D0si-
tion taken by the recumberent, but
where will he stand when he takes
From Small Beginnings
Raymond Pelletier w-ho began his
movie career as projector operator
at FHS, reached the top yesterday
'when the Board of Directors elected
him president of MGM.
March 4-Kenneth Beaupre. fam-
ous big game hunter, has returne-d
from his latest safari, in Africa.
On this expedition Mr. Beaupre
managed to bag several ferocious
flying squirrels. Mr. Beaupre says
they gave him quite a struggle.
Hill, N. H.
Robert Morrill, Prop.
Why go else where to be cheated
when you can trust us to do
Do you know how to dance? If
HOB it's about time you learned.
Dancing instruction-Toupin and
Trachy-338 Waltz Ave. You name
it-we know it.
Home Decorators, Inc., Patricia
Shaw, Chief Decorator. Does the
interior of your house bore you?
Then burn it down and collect the
Claire Robitaille and Joyce Ast-
bury, star keystone combination for
the Kenosha Stars, placed the pen-
nant on ice yesterday as each hit
for the cycle, driving in 10 runs
Gladys Hebert-Stock Broker, C. P.
A., Etc. Stocks, Bonds and Ac-
counting. Remember-when your
savings get down to four, thats the
time to invest some more.
1'l1usz'c.- "blow Gm I Leave Thee"
l-low can we leave thee
How can we say farewell
Merrfries within thy walls
Will ever dwell
Scenes that we loved so Well
High school days, good bye
Friendships that have lived here
Must never die
How con We leave thee
lHow con We from thee part
Franklin, We'll keep thee
Within our hearts
And tho the time shall poss
Tho days and years shall 'come
We'll not forget our class I'
-- Deborah Ladd
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Seated: Gene Lambert, Albert Robichaud, Director Miss Marion Moses, Kenneth Coen, Gerard
Standing: Ronald Pelletier, Donald Sylvester, Virgil Toupin, Maurice Pelletier.
't7i!It'I'4"A' .sqfllllfflll-Ilfj filmlzl KI High ,S'l'll01lI!g4IlH1"
Madeline Mercier, Priscilla Paige, Irene Bilodeau, Lorraine Hannan. Yvette Trachy,
Num-y Rott:-1'. D4-Diwali Ladd. Barham Ripley. Patricia Cilley, Barbara Tandy, Jam'
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Front Row: Patricia Jones, Barbara Ripley, Constance Collins. Stanley Weglarz, President Janet
LaP1ante, Virgil Toupin. Irene LaPlante, Jeannette Lemire.
Back ROW: Advisor Mr. Crowley, William Bennett, Henry Arnsdeni, Gene Reeves. Mary Powers.
Darlene Cutter, Albert Rlobichaud, Jane Carroll, Jean Rfouthier, Phil Gut, Charles Smith.
Front Row: Advisor Mrs. Tolman, Doris Roy, Frances Sullivan, Nancy Retter, Jane Reinelt.
Back Rfow: John Fisher, Albert Hartwell, John Durant, Yvette Trachy, William Fuller, Henry
Amsden. Albert Woods.
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Advisor Miss O'Brien, Barbara Burrill, Norma Lincoln, C0-Editors John Dicey. Barbara
Hunley, Mary Sullivan, Marjorie Innes, June Hartwell.
Dorothy Rayno, Joan Draper, Doro-thy Seamans, Lawrence Eno, William Fuller. Kenneth
Beaupre, John Durant. John Shepard, Roger Fillion, Theodore Allen, Constance Blad,
orgffzrga and Bela cgi-lil
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Front row: Raymond Legare, David Miller, Robert LaBonrte, Stephen LaChance, Donald Nowell.
Albert Woods, Advisor Mrs. Tolman.
Middle R0w:A.nldrew Berube, William Drapeau, Joseph Fournier, Henry Amsden, Franklin Daigneau,
Robert Jewell. Lawrence Eno, Albert Hartwell.
Back row: Robert Blailey, Roger Pouliot, Donald Amadio. Walter Alexander, Leon Griflin, Veme
Gfeene, Leslie Smith.
The Student Government made an ex-
ceptional record this year. First they
amended their constitution so that stu-
dents could nominate their own represen-
tatives. Next they did an excellent job
of distributing the dance dates. In addi-
tion to their usual routine offices, they
also bought a trophy case which has been
needed for many years, sponsored a food
sale and a dance for the benefit of the
football boys, contributed to the March
of Dimes, and bought records every month
for the noon programs and other dances.
The night before the final football game
of the season, a program entitled "The
Blue and Gold Revue", directed by Mrs.
Tolman, took place in the F. H. S. gym.
It was a combination rally, talent show,
and general entertainment program. There
were square dancing, piano renditions, and
songs from individuals, the girls' choir, and
the "Rheingold S". The all-girl orchestra
played, and the cheerleaders staged a rally.
The evening was climaxed by a play,
"The City Slicker and Our Nell." The
Revue was definitely one of the most suc-
cessful events of the year and really prom-
ised to become a tradition in Franklin
As a winter activity, lilrs. r.l10ll1'lZ'l.I1,S
group held a prize speaking contest, the
iirst event of its kind since l943. lt was a
pronounced success and one which we hope
will be continued year after year. The
name of the winner each year is engraved
on the Swing Club Cup. June Hartwell
won with-of all things-Shakespeare!
Barbara Hanley in second place, gave her
strong competition with the dramatic
"Sorry, NVrong Numberf' Jeannette Le-
mire placed third, with John Dicey, Nancy
Carr. and Robert Jewell also participating.
In the spring, we were entertained again
by the presentation of the Three-act
comedy "The Family Circle". Deborah
Ladd, joan Draper, and Robert Gile had
prominent parts in the affair.
The assembly committee, under the
guidance of Mrs. Tolman, was one of the
year's most active organizations. The first
assembly was on Armistice Day, with
Stanley Weglarz presiding. Mr. Snell, our
superintendent gave a brief talk, then Mr.
Daniell spoke about war and the neces-
sity for its prevention.
On Thanksgiving we were entertained
by a series of movie cartoons, which were
enjoyed by all.
A talent show was sponsored in January
with Bill Fuller as a very capable master
of cere-monies. After the student enter-
tainers finished their part of the show,
we were given an example of the extra-
ordinary talent UD contained in our facul-
ty. After singing f?D "Little Brown Jug",
"Daisy", and "Tavern in the Town", they
gave a truly unusual version of "Strolling
Through the Park". We had many other
interesting assemblies, including a St. Pat-
rick's Day Minstrel Show.
The Point had its most successful year,
The first issue was put out with the geni
erous assistance of the Commercial Clubl
Then, the Pointers, feeling that they were
imposing too much on the generosity tif
the Coininercial Club, published tlrg
Christmas issue themselves. The Eztslgi'
and Graduation issues were jointly pid?
lished. On january 27, they sponsored a
"Thing" dance which was very successful.
The record of the "Thing" as a prize was a
disappointment to many. liut then what
could they expect, ,loc Stalin himself?
ln the late spring a new editor was ap-
pointed and an outing was held for all
The band, under the capable direction of
Mr. Hall, played for all our home foot-
ball games. Last November they brow
further glory to the name of Franklin il igh
at Fenway Park in Boston, on "High
School Day." The Glee Club, efficiently
directed by "Ma" Moses, gave very suc-
eessful Clll'lSllllZlS ancl Spring concerts.
Her slnaller groups of singers flistinguisheml
themselves throughout the year at numer-
ous functions. The girls' ehoir sang for
the lilue ancl tloltl Revue, the Christmas
Concert, the XYUINZIIIYS Cluh ancl the Spring
Concert. The popular clouhle quartet, in
aclclition to appearing on the program of
the Revue, ancl Christmas Concert, also
entertainerl the Rotary Cluh. travellecl to
Laeouia ancl XX'olfehoro for the Urlcl liel-
low's program, sang for the Business anal
l'rofessional XYtlIllCIl.S Cluh's animal
Fashion Show, ancl the liranklin l'. T. A.
The Ili-Y ineinhers were active this year.
They were host to the Lakes Region Hi-Y
and took part in the various Hi-Y rallies.
The two groups partieipatecl in the New
Hampshire Y. Nl. C. A. youth ancl gov-
ernment program. They helcl their clistriet
eaueus in Meredith, attenclecl the Govern-
ment Training l'rograni at Dartinouth
in March, and were represented in the New
llanipshire Student Legislative Assenihly
lleeause ot' our unpreclietahle New
lfnglancl weather, this year's winter earni-
val was the inost unusual we have ever
known. Olcl Man XYeather not only
eliininatecl skiing, skating, ancl snow seulp-
turing. hut foulecl the works up so inueh
that. even though the senior queen was
erownefl. the juniors won the carnival!
llv giving us rain, sleet. snow, ancl freez-
ing weather, all at the sanie time, he niacle
the roacls too clangerous for school antl
elirninateml the two linal clarvs from the eon-
tests. Since the seniors were ahead at the
tilne, our queen, Connie Collins was
erownecl hy Mr. Snell at the Carnival hall,
which was, as usual, the highlight of the
earnival. After the hall, the juniors forged
aheacl in the final events to win the cup.
Any strange noises hearrl through the
huilcling on Monday afternoons prohahly
eaine from the newly forinecl aeronauties
eluh. The eluh, with Mrs. Tolman as afl-
visor was l01'lllCCl for the purpose of fur-
thering the making of larger seale inoclel
airplanes. The nioclels were all aetual
flying niorlels, some with gasoline engines.
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Steve Mazur, Clayton Gassett, Clarence Dussault, Gerald Gauthier, Capt. Albert Robi-
chaud, Gerard St. Cyr, Kenneth Beauipre, Raymond Marceau, Phil Gut.
Asft, Coach Mr. Connor, Joe Harbour, Robert Miller, John Dicey, Paul Martell, Ted
Allen, Frank Tucker, Gene Lambert, William Beaupre, John Shepard, Head Coach
Robert Gile, Kenneth Coen, Richard Mercier, George Riviard, Virgil Toupin, Roger
LaPlante, Leonard Hines, Charles Smith, Manager Gene Reeves.
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Seated: Ken Beaupre, Pete Freciette, Capt. Steve Mazur, Buddy Dane. Charlie Smith.
Standing: Coach John P. Ball. Ass't. Mgr. Gene Lambert, Don Sylvester, Phil Gut. Frank Mnzur,
Al Rnbichaud, Virgil Toupin and Manager Ray Pelletier. Absent: Armand Cote.
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Seated: Bryce McDonald. Pete Sorette, Albert Woods, Tom Lally, James Hanley.
Standing: Coach John P. Ball, Jackie Beaupre, Robert LaBonte, Joe Harbour, John Shepard, Leon
Griilin, Alfred Carignan, Billy Merrill, Dick Mumblo, Mgr. Gene Lambert.
Robert Cunningham. Henry Amsden, George Rivard, Albert Robichaud, Earl Woods,
Coach John Ball.
Herve Beliveau, Philip Gut, Charles Smith, Frank Mazur. Clayton Gassett, Ronald
gizfa ' Btaafezffaff
Front Row: Rita Turgeon, Janet Taylor, Rachel LaRoche, Barbara Tandy, Co-Capts. Joyce Astlmry.
Claire Robitaille, Dorothy Rayno, Priscilla Gosselin, Lorraine Aube, Coach Miss Dolloil.
Back Row: Mary Powers, Rita Cote, Lorraine Belanger, Irene LaPlante, Janet LaP1antc. Ma1'j0l'i0
Marier, June Hartwell, Barbara Burrill, Yvette Trachy, Priscilla Paige. Marlene Pelletier,
Mzxnager Hazel Gilman.
gzucf -- 1950
Front Row: Robert, Watson, Kenneth Coen, Riobert Gile.
Back Row: John Dicey. Stanley Wegllarz, Coach Hoban, Paul Miner.
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Front Ro-W: Darlene Cutter. June Emerson, Head Cheerlearle-1' Louise Wescott, Barbara Dustin,
Back ROW: Patricia Shaw, Martha Hill, Florence Shepard. Karolyn Wallace, Joan Draper, Coach
Madeline Pickess, Lorraine Malbourne.
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" C11ivku-l,m'lm-C11i-C '11 1' !"
Kneeling: Eclwina Paquette, Jane Carroll, Marlene Sorette, Gertrude Shaw.
Seated: Jean Routhier. Head Cheerleader Lorraine Hannan. Maryellen Yeo.
Franklin lfliglfs 1950 football team en-
joyed one of the best seasons in a great
many years. Coached by Bill Hoban and
Ted Connor, the team was composed of
lifteen seniors, ten juniors, one sophomore,
and one freshman. The season's record
uf seven wins and one loss showed great
improvement over last year's, due mostly
to agressiveness and experience. Vllith
the season over, Captain Al Robichaud was
honored by placing on the Sunday News
Spnrtwriters' All State eleven. Ken Coen
gold football souvenir at a banquet. At
the annual K. of C. smoker, individual
player awards replaced the usual Outstand-
ing Player award.
was later placed on the Union Leader All Franklin
State Team. Many other Blue and Gold .
players were mentioned on both All State
squads. The entire F. H. S. squad was Franklin
treated to a banquet by the combined Ro- Fr klin
tary and Kiwanis Clubs. The Franklin an
Lodge of lilks presented each member a Franklin
john llall's 1950-51 basketball team com- Franklin
piled one of the best season records in re- Franklin
cent years. With twelve wins and no de- Franklin
feats the Tornado quintet walked away Ilranklfn
, , , , Franklin
with the l'wm State League honors. Out- , .
side the league they downed the Alumni
team, Lincoln twice, and Stevens of Clare-
mont twice. while losing twice to both
Laconia and St. .lohn's of Concord.
The squad was composed of eighteen
members for the lirst game but shrank to
eleven midway in the season. The final
squad contained six seniors and live
juniors. The Blue and Gold lose through
graduation llud Dane, Kenny Beaupre,
l'cte Fredette, Steve Mazur, Al Robichaud
and Virgil Toupin.
The girls' basketball team completed an-
other successful year under the competent
coaching of Miss June Dollolf.
A large squad came out for basketball
this year and went through several prac-
tices before Coach Dolloff could pick the
team. The co-captains were Joyce Ast-
bury and Claire Robitaille. Our team
played a nine game schedule, winning five.
The high scorers were Joyce Astbury with
155 points and Claire Robitaille with 122
The girls will never forget the wonder-
ful time we 'had on the bus coming back
from Manchester. It was the first time
during the season that we had had a bus,
so we felt we should have some fun! We
filled the aisle full of shoes and stockings,
tied our kerchiefs on the bars across the
back of the seats, sang, nibbled lunches.
and otherwise gave vent to our exuberance.
After we arrived home, it was a full half
hour before we could untie all the knots
and leave the bus!
Franklin 37 Penacook '
Franklin 45 Andover
Franklin 56 Ashland
Franklin 24 Penacook
Franklin 19 St. joseph
Franklin 45 Ashland
Franklin 36 Belmont
Franklin 22 St. Joseph
Franklin 46 Andover
The Class of 1951 is genuinely grateful to all of the citizens and
business organizations of Franklin that have advertised in this yearbook.
Their contributions have made its publication possible. We sincerely
trust that all those who read this book will acknowledge such generosity
with their patronage.
To know what's doing in Franklin,
you have to read
THE JOURNAL - TRANSCRIPT
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Franklin, N. H.
448-R . . . Phones . . . 221-I
THORNTON'S BARBER SHOP
"Where Fine Haircuts C ountv
COLBUHN 61 CAMP MOTOR CO, INC.
Central Street F ranklin, N. H.
FRA M E'S FOOD CENTER
North Main Street
West Franklin, N. H.
Fruit, Candy and Groceries
31 North Main Street
WVest Franklin, N. H.
Franklin, N. II.
ENDICOTT - JOHNSON
355 Central Street
Franklin, N. H.
TO THE CLASS OF '51
NEWS 61 BOOK STORE
Shaeffer Pens 81 Parker Pens
and Other Gifts
ARTHUR FREW 85 SON, PRIOPS.
HILL VILLAGE STORE
D. B. Rounds, Prop.
Groceries, Meats, Fruits and Vegetables
A. C. ELLIOTT
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PRESCOTT OIL COMPANY
BUTTS FRIENDLY SERVICE
H. A. PARKER
Paul and Elmire M ichaud, Props.
M A R T I N 'S
R 0 Y 'S RADIO at MUSIC
BARBER SHOP SERVICE
BEAN :Sz TRACHY
Service Station .
DAN 'S PHARMACY
ICE CREAM BAR
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Rolfe Camp Co., Inc.
194 Central Street
- PHONE 752 -
Franklin, New Hampshire
ARMY 81 NAVY STORE
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Pacific National Fire Insurance
HENRY B. TRACHY
395 Central Street
Franklin, New Hampshire
RENNIE'S TAXI SERVICE
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on small or large trips for small
or large parties.
Charles Colby, Prop.
Franklin, N. H.
E. A. PRINCE-Jeweler
BAKER REMNANT STORE Diamonds ' Watches
378 Central Street - Franklin, N. H.
Jewelry and Silverware
BLANCHE HEBERTIMU- Franklin Street Frankun, N H
CALSO SERVICE STATION
Central Street Franklin, N. H.
FRANKLIN, FRUIT 61 PRODUCE
524 Central Street Franklin, N. H. I
Franklin, N. H.
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A. A. THOMPSON COAL CO.
Central Street Franklin, N. H.
Phone 84-R 163 Central St
Studebaker Sales and Service
CLEMENT MOTOR SALES
"Here Is Your 51 for ,51',
Top value ,of the Top 4
Great New V-8 Commander '
2 i SHEPAHD REALTY Co.
Choice Homes, l'lfIl"llIS, Camps,
Building Sites, and Income
27 Memorial Street
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