Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Franklin, NH)
- Class of 1952
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Miss M. June Dolloff
We shall never forget
you, Miss Dolloff, nor you,
Mr. Cook, who entered
Franklin High School with
us, to work, suffer, play,
and laugh with us for four
Through your qualities
as our teachers of Civics
and Math, and your keen
interest in our sports, you
have helped us to grow in
body and Spirit.
With Sincere gratitude,
we,the class of 1952, dedi-
cate to you both this, our
Mr. Norman S, Cook
Back row, left to right: John E. Taylor, Machine ShopgAlger S. Bourn, Physics, Chemistry, Frank L. Crow-
ley, History. Middle row, left to right: William M. Hoban, Biology, Coach Football and Trackg Norman
S, Cook, Mathematicsg John L. Knight, Social Studies, Driving, Coach Hockey, Assistant Coach Football,
M. June Dolloff, Civics, World History, Coach Girls' Basketball and Softball: Ellsworth F, Harris, Wood
Shopg Frank J. Southmayd, Work Shop Assistantsgloseph Burleigh, Mechanical Drawing, Director Visual Ed-
ucationg John P. Ball, General Science, Coach Basketball and BaseballgRobert C. Hall, Band, Mary I. Mc-
Intosh, Mathematics IX, Personal Typingg Robert W. Arthur, English X XI, George M, Hancox, English IX
X, Speech. Front row, left to right: Doris Schmidt,Secretary to Superintendent: Nina E. Clark, Home
Economicsg Ruth M. Gilman, Cafeteria Director, Irene C. Kidder, French, Bertha A. Pellerin, Home Ec-
onomicsgloseph J. Cashman, Principal,Marion G. Moynihan, School NursegMarguerite Chamberlain, Eng-
lish XII, Latin, Madeline Pickess, Business Education, Marion A. Moses, Music, Agatha Snodgrass,High
Superintendent of Schools
Fred W. Snell
THE CLASS OF 1952
Marjorie Ann Gauthier
Field Hockey 15 Basket-
ball 1,25Softball 35 Pro-
jector Operator 45 Hi-Y
2,3,45 All-Girl Dance
Band 35 Librarian 35 Fu-
retary 1,2,45 Scholastic
Good natured , , ,
sports minded . . . con-
genial . . . alwaysjoking
. . . "Iwasjust kidding!"
. . . College.
Class Pres. 45 Hockey 15
Dramatics 25 Point 15
Football 3,45 Glee Club
All-State 45 Double
A letter a day man
. . . "That's the way it
goes" . . . Mr. President
"Pontiac's the best car
made" . . . easy going
. . .OneofMa'sboys. . .
Stanley S. Weglarz
Class Pres, 1, 25 Vice-
Pres. 4: Student Govern-
ment 1,2,3, Pres. 45 Hi-
Y2,4, Vice-Pres. 35 Glee
Club 45 Glee Club All-
State 45 Double Quartet
45 Basketball 1,25 Track
2, 35 Assembly Com-
mittee 2, 35 Delegate
to Boys' State 3: Junior
Rotarian 45 Yearbook
Mr. Cook's pride and
joy . . . smiling and self
confident . . . "Hold up
a tail" . . . would like
a little fuzzy moustache
. . . "Brevity is the soul
of wit" . . . Steering for
Green and White
Class Treas, 45Yearbook
Ed. 4, Junior Ed. 45 News-
paper2,35 Co-Ed. 45 Band
'l,2, lst Lt. 3, Capt. 45
F,H,S, Hy-lites 3,45 All-
State Band 45 Student
'1,2,35 Field Hockey 'l.
25Tennis 35Golf 15 Glee
Club 15 Scholastic letter
'2, 3, 45 Prize-speaking
contest 35 "A Case of
Springtime" ' 25 Assis-
tant Director of "Family
Circle" 35Blue and Gold
Revue 3, 45 American
Legion Oratorical Con-
test 1,25 Y-Teens 1,25
A,A, Dues Collector3,45
Delegate to U,N, Model
Assembly 35 Class Winter
Carnival Manager 25
Prom Committee 35Class
Ring Chairman 35 Pro-
jector Operator 3,45 Fu-
ture Teachers of America
35 All-Girl Dance
35 Radio Reporter 4,
A leader , , .
sports and music . .
tive in dramatics
ever ready to help
Michael Roy Andrus "Mike"
Strong silent type . . . a big smile . . . cabinet
'maker superb . . . Trade School.
Howard G. Bailey "Buster"
So round, so firm, so fully packed . . . hunting and
fishing . . . member of the purity ward . . . solid
block of granite on gridiron . . . always a comeback
. . . After school ??
Charles R, Beaudet "Chas"
Speed in the raw . . . thelinemen were in the way
. . . quite a man with the girls . . . hunting charming
Chas . . . Air Corps,
Lois M. Beaupre "Table Legs"
Field Hockey 1,22 Basketball 2,3,'4g Softball Mana-
Active in sports , . . shy . . . movie fan . . . Un-
Maurice A, Beaupre "Fat"
Glee Club 4, Boys' Double Quartet 4gFootball and
Basketball Manager 4g Friendly Social Club 3,4,
Team Manager extraordinary . . . "When are you
guys going to turn in those jerseys?" . . . "Yo" . . .
one of Ma's boys . . . After school ??
Rita A. Beaupre "Reet"
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4g Girls' Choir 4"g Golf l,3,4,
Calm and quiet . . . money spender . . . enjoys'
letter writing . . . Undecided.
William Beaupre "Willie"
Football 2, 3 ', 4 'g Boxing 3g Hockey.
Quiet Cheerful . . . hunting and fishing . .
"Clever-extraordinary clever!" . . . Casanova , . ,
"Motherrr! " . . . After school, who knows.
Lois Marjorie Bennett
Cheerleading 1,2,'g Band " 3,45 Glee Club l,2,3,4g
Girls Choir 4g All-State Music Festival 4gClass Vice-
President 2, 33 Winter Carnival Manager 3g Prom
Committee 35 Y-Teens 1,2,3g Hi-Y 1,2,3g Secretary
4: Assembly Committee 3: Librarain 3g A, A, Dues
Collector 1,2,3,4gYearbook Staff 49 Scholastic letter
1,3g All-Girl Dance Band 3.
Our songbird . . . dignified . . . capable . . . a
musician . . . College,
Anita M. Bergeron "Pee Wee"
Glee Club lg A.A. Dues Collector 1,2g Commercial
Club 45 Yearbook Staff 4: Square dancing 1,25
Friendly . . . her favorite pastime is sewing . . .
quiet disposition . . . Undecided.
Irene Marie Bilodeau
Band ' 2,3,4g Glee Club 3,4: Girls' Choir '3,4g Hi-Y
2,3,4g Librarian 35 All-Girl Dance Band 3.
Gay . . . sociable . . . her hobbies are dancing
and playing piano . . . "What a bird!" . . . College.
Constance E. Blad "Connie"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4:Future Teachers 3: Newspaper Club
4g Commercial Club 4: Yearbook Staff 4.
Super typist . . . letter writer . . . loquacious . . .
"I thought l'd die laughing!" . . . College.
Eugene F. Bourdeau "Beak"
Football 1, Glee Club 1,3g Dramatics 2'g Carnival
Madman of the motorcycles . . . long, lean, and
lanky . . . likes guns . . . dignified,dashing. . . Navy.
Anne Marie Brock
Band " l,2,3,4-g Glee Club 45 Basketballl,2g Softball
lg All-State Band 4.
Optimistic . . . Photography isher hobby . . . sin-
cere . . . "Holy cow! " . . . College.
Kenneth B. Brockstead "Kenny"
Square dancing 25 Projector Operator 2,3,4.
Mechanically minded . . . always lendinga help-
ing hand . . . hunterof big game . . . bashfulboy . . .
Frank W. Burley "Frankie"
Glee Club 1, 2: Hi-Y 2, 34 Basketball Manager 1.
Mighty mite . . . hunting and fishing . . . always a
smile . . . After school, who knows?
Barbara Ann Burrill "Babs"
Basketball ' 1,2,3, Co -captain 4g Hi-Y 2,3, President
43 Y-Teens 25 Yearbook Staff 4, Assembly Committee
4, Band "l, 2.3, Sargeant 45 All-State Music Festival
2,3,4g Scholastic letter ' 2,4g Dramatics 1,2,3,4gG1ee
Club 1,3,4gD,A,R, Good Citizen Award 4gC1ass Sec-
retray 3: All-Girl Dance Band 3.
Musically minded . . . our D,A,R, Good Citizen
. . . likes dancing . . . personality plus . . . "Why'?"
. . . College,
Alfred l. Carignan "Sonny"
Folf team l', 2,3,4g Basketball 2,3.
Sharpshooter of the fairways . . . "Don't make a
career out of it" . . . sports and fishing . . . can do
anything but very modest?? . . . Air Force.
Arthur J. Cate "Art"
Class Treasurer 2: Glee Club 3.
Amiable Art . . . "If it isn't one thing, it's an-
other" . . . dark and dashing . . . another long drink
of water . . . After school, not sure.
Warren Cate "Big War"
Basketball ' l,2,4g Projector Operator lg Stduent
Government 2,3,4g Class Treasurer 3: Winter Carnival
Class Manager 3,43 Assembly Committee 2, Year-
book staff 4.
Camera fiend . . . friendly . . . used to walk to
school . . . energetic and electric on the court . . .
studious and hard worker . . . Undecided.
Nancy Jean Chase "Nan"
Glee Club 1,2,4g Band ' 2,3,4g Y-Teens 23 Bowling
Club 23 Newspaper Club 45 Dramatics 4.
Easy going . . . her hobby is dancing . . . likes a
good time . . . "Well, I like that!" . . . Nursing
Janet A. Colcord "Jay"
Glee Club 1,23 Carnival Queen 3g Basketball 1,2
Prom Committee 3.
Artistic . . . always singing . . . "Big thri1l" . .
smooth on the dance floor . . . Undecided.
Armand J. Cote "Moose"
Basketball 2,3,'4g Golf l',2,3,4,
Magnificent Moose . . . a real big smile . , . a
hole-in-one man. . . sports his hobby . . . College
Robert M. Cunningham "Bob"
The quiet type . . . glass-blower extraordinaire
. . . likes skiing . . . master ofthe horsehide . . . Af-
ter school -- Undecided.
Darlene Cutter "Cut"
Cheerleading ' 1, 35 Head 4g Carnival Queen Can-
didate 1gAssembly Committee 1,2g Glee Club 1,3,4g
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Scholastic letter ' 2.
Dependable . . . full of pep . . . bookworm , . .
likes to dance . . . "For Heaven's Sake!" . . . Service
or Business School,
Jean Daigneault "Jeanie"
Glee Club 4g Home Nursing 4g A, A, Dues Collector
Bashful , . . collects post cards . . . cute kid . ..
"For Heaven's Sake!" . . . Beautician.
Quentin C. Dandley "Danny"
Man offewwords . . . likes eating and hunting . . .
wants more vacations . . . likes 'em not sultry and
sophisticated . . . willsoon join Uncle Sam's birdmen.
Theda Joy Dickerson "Dickie"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Future Teachers 3.
Sociable , . . always joking . . . "Oh! No!" . .
likes to read . . . Undecided.
John W. Durant
Baseball 1,33 Glee Club l,2,4g Point 3,4g Basketball
1gBlue and Gold Revue 35 High SchoolSports Reporter
4: Assembly Committee 3: Yearbook Staff 4.
Handy with a horsehide . . . flashy dresser . . .
likes reading . . . loves riding onacold bus . . . head-
ed for U, N, H,
Barbara L. Dustin "Dusty"
Glee Club l,2,3g Cheerleading 3", 4g Hi-Y 4g Home
Spearmint's best customer . , . nevera dull mo-
ment . . . "Oh, Mr. Crowley" . . . "What a world! "
William B. Fisher "Bill"
Manchester Central -- Basketball lg Baseball 1 ', 2g
Football lg Franklin -- Baseball 3 ', 45 Hi-Y 4,
Wild man of the diamond . . . "Jelly Bean" . . .
likes hiking Pine Street . . . master of the blades . . .
dark and dashing . . . After school -- won't tell.
Norman Joseph Fleury "Bug Eye"
Glee Club 4.
Night Watchman of Prescott's gas pump . . . inim-
itable ivories tickler . . . dashing caballero . . . the
Marines are his choice.
Priscilla Velma Gosselin "Pat"
Field Hockey 1,25Basketball '3,45 Softball '3,45 A,A,
Ticket seller ' 4.
Determined . . .participatesin all sports. . . "Hey
Ma,wake me up at seven!" . . . night hawk . . . Un-
Philip J. Gut "Stubby"
Fotoball 1,2,'3, Captain 45Basketball 1,2',3,45 Base-
ball '2 ', 45 Student Government 2, 3, Treasurer 4
Student Government 2,3, Treasurer 45 Friendly Social
Terror of the gridiron . . . "Yo, a little bit" . . .
Frankie L's rival . . . drugstore cowboy . . . future
head football coach at Michigan . . . has his eye on
Jeanne Claire Hebert
Band '2,3,45 Hi-Y2,3,45 All-Girl Dance Band 35 Year-
book Staff 45 Dramatics 45 Scholastic letter '4,
Neat . . . pepsodent smile . . . likes reading and
dancing . . . "Don't say huh -- pay attention! " . . .
Martha Ann Hill "Marty"
Band ' 1,25Varsity Cheerleading 3,45Carnival Queen
45 Hi-Y 2,3,45 A.A, Dues Collector 35 Glee Club 35
Home Nursing 4.
As pretty as they come . . . "Oh, horse feathers!"
. . . noted for her crowning glory . . . Hairdressing.
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Leonard R. Hines "Lennie"
Footba1l1,2"',3,4g Hi-Y 1,4gCarnival King Candidate
lg Boxing 1,3.
Easy going . . . sports are his dish . . . used to have
a motorcycle . . . a Romeo . . . aggressive and de-
termined . . . "Those who live happy, live long" . . .
in the Navy soon.
James Clifton Hodgdon "Jimmy"
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Basketball lg Glee Club 1,23 Band 1,2,
3g Commercial Club.
City slicker . . . flies a car . . . "You're a slow
poke" , . . wine, women, and song fand dancej . . .
deciding between business school and Merchant Ma-
Majorie Ann Innes "Margie"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Newspaper club 3,4g Librarian 4.
Refined . . . avid reader . . . "I've got news for
you!" . . . determined . . . U.N,H,
Ruth E. Kelley "Ruthie"
Band '1,2,3, Secretary-Treasurer4gGlee Club 1,'2g
Commercial Club 4: All-Girl Dance Band 35 All
State Band 4.
Courteous . . . quiet disposition . . . music is her
hobby . . . Office Work.
Catherine R. Labraney "Kay"
Band '1,2,3,4g Glee Club 1,25 Commercial Club
43 All Girl Dance Band 35 All-State Band 4.
The silent type . , , plays the piano and clarinet
. . . a big smile . . . College.
Robert Laroche "Bob"
Basketball 1.2.45 Hi-Y 2.3.45 Projector Operator 3.
City slicker. . ."Pass the church key", , .long shot
artist . . . an easy going guy. , ,joining up with the
Roger A. Laroche
Glee Club 15 Hi-Y 4.
That pepsodent smile . . . Fred Astaire . . . "Oh,
Bugs!" . . .peeve girls under 20 fanyone over 121. . .
ravishing Roger. . .goes in for wine, women and song
. . . applying for college,
Ray Legare Jr, "Junior"
A little wise-acre , . , mad scientist of period 3
chemistry class . . . mighty mite , . , "Just one more
period." . . . goes in for model airplane building. . .
has decided to go to work,
Jeanette Gloria Lemire
Field hockey " 1,25 Y-Teens 15 Commercial Club 15
Student Government 2,35 Vice-President 45 Point
Staff 45 Prom Committee 35 Scholastic letter 2.3.45
"A Case ofSpringtime" '25 "Family Circle" ' 35 Blue
and Gold Revue35 Prize speaking contest35 A,A, Dues
Collector 2.3.45 Future Teachers of America 3.
Dependable. . .heads the honor list, , ,a Ted Wil-
liam rooter . . . "Such a pity! . .a ready laugh. . .
Barbara Ioan Lewis "Barb"
Glee Club 1.45 Newspaper Club 45 Librarian 4,
Sophisticated. , ,photogenic. , .dancingher hobby
. . ."Oh. great!". . .Colby Junior College.
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Sandra Ann Liebtag "Sandy"
Easy going. . ,Theda's side-kick, , ,pass thecomic
book. . ."Oh stop itl ". . .Nursing.
Elizabeth A. Luti "Chick"
Salem High School, Salem, Mass.--
Library Corps 2,3g Sub varsity cheerleader 3g School
paper3g Tennis 3g F,H,A,--vice-president lg Assem-
bly Committee lg "Those Websters" ' lg Swing Club
lg Varsity Cheerleader 45 Basketball 4.
Politician . . . slick chick . . .keyboard artist, . ,
perserving. . ."You guys! ". . .College.
Bryce MacDonald "Wing Ding"
Basketball 3'g Baseball 3',
The quiet type? . . . flashy hoopster . . . "Strictly
for the birds", . ,scrappy as they come. . .another fu-
Lorraine A. Malbourne "Larry"
Glee Club 1,2,3: I.V. Cheerleading 2,35 Home Nurs-
in 4: A.A, Worker " 4.
A girl who's full of fun. . .collects miniature dogs
. . ."Men are stupid! . .one of our best dancers. . .
Paul R. Martell "Cy"
Grinding gridman. . .always a smile. . .great out-
doorsman . . . prefers hunting and fishing . . .after
Frank P. Mazur "Squarehead"
Baseball 2',3.4g Basketball 1,2,3",4g Football 4'g Stu-
dent Government 4g Hi-Y 2.3.45 Swing Club 1.
Enjoys Charlie's company. . ."I got news for you"
. . . sings a good chorus on "Shrimp Boats" . . .
Happy-go-lucky . . . all-around sportsman. . .After
Yvette M. Menard "Evy"
J. V. Cheerleading 2. Varsity 4'g Dramatics 4', Blue
and Gold Revue 4g Glee Club 2,3,4g Commercial
A whiz on the keyboard . . . beautiful, beautiful
brown eyes. . ."That's logical!". . .Clerical work.
Robert Gordon Miller "Bob"
Keene High School--Orchestra 15 Franklin High
School--Band 2,3,4"'g Glee Club 2,4g Boys' Double
Quartet4g Football 3'.4g Baseball 4"'g All-State Music
Festival 4g Dramatics Club 4'g Yearbook Staff4g Hi-Y
4g Junior Rotarian 4.
Suave, silent type. . ."Women-confusing" . . .girls
love that blond, wavy hair . . . lover of the high arts
, , , likes music and sports. . .future College man?
Mary Edna O'Brien
Glee Club 1,2g Y-Teens 1.2.35 Junior Prom Commit-
tee 3: A, A. Dues Collector 1,25 Home Nursing 4.
Reliable . . . thoughtful. . .a good cook. . ."Gosh
sakesl " . . .College or work.
Paul O'Brien "O'B"
Band 1",2,3,4g Hockey 1,3"'g Football 4"g Glee Club
4g Projector Operator 45 New Hampshire Music Festi-
Camera fiend . . . keeps his blades flashing , , .
mainstay of the band with his bass. . .one of the boys
. . ,easy going. . .music and sports are his favorites.
fA1.j,psz , '
Ralph George Ordway "Farm"
Dramatics 3,43 Librarian 4.
Aggressive and determined. . .would make a good
politician , , , "Ah, Bilge" . . .hunter and fisherman
. . .wants to wear bell-bottom trousers.
Priscilla Eileen Paige "Pep"
Band " 1,2,3.4g Vice-President 4gG1ee Club 1.2,3,4g
Girls Choir ' 3.4g All-Girl Dance Band 3g Basketball
1',2.3, Co-captain 4g Hi-Y 2,3,4g Student Govern-
ment4g Softball 2g Y-Teens lg Carnival Queen Can-
didate 2g All-State Band 3,4g Librarian 4g A,A, Dues
Collector 1,2.3g Assistant Conductor of D.J.H.S. Band
All-round gal . . . Miss Sport . . .excels in music
. . .New England Conservatory.
Doris Annette Paquette
Field hockey 1g Home Nursing 4.
Small, cute. and peDPY . . . that giggle . . . her
hobby is playing piano. . .Undecided.
Square Dancing Club2g Square Dance Representative
to Gilford 2g Projector Operator 3.4.
Daring Dana ofthe motor bikes. . .likes 'em short
and sweet. . .automobile enthusiast. . .gasoline en-
gines his specialty. . .After school--not sure.
Marlene A. Pelletier "Dagmar"
Field Hockey 2.3g Assistant Girls Basketball Manager
2.3, Manager 4'g Glee Club 1.2.3.
Mischievous . . . lively . . .forever entering con-
tests. . .big things come in small packages. . ."Ain't"
. . .Nursing.
,Q 3 2-.
Nancy I. Piper "Nan"
Oak Grove School, Maine--Spanish Club 35 Art Club
3: Camera Club 1,3g Ski Club 3g French Club 1.2.
Franklin High School--Yearbook Staff 4.
The silent type . . . artistic. . .one of her hobbies
is archery. . .College.
Roger Pouliot "Ronnie"
Hockey 3.4"g Football 35 Aeronautics Club 3.
Demon of the hockey sticks. . ."Hi, Dub". . .goes
in for Harley-Davidson's and model airplanes . . .
"Who is the handsomest man here. and why am I?"
. . .future flyboy.
Mary Elizabeth Powers
Band " 1,2g Glee Club 1,25 Y-Teens 1.2p Hi-Y 1.2,3,
4g Field hockey 1,2g Basketball " 2,3,4g Newspaper
Club lg Student Government 2,3,4g Dramatics " 2.45
Scholastic letter ' 1,2,3,4g A. A. Dues Collector ' 3.
Conscientious . . . a terrific writer . . . blushes at
mention of her cute dimples. . .capable. . .Co1lege.
John Rayno "Hom"
Another ofthe famous Raynoes. . ,likes fishing and
hunting . . . a Ward One patriot . . . hopes to be an
Camilla Rousseau "Millie"
Field Hockey 1g Glee Club 3,4g Y-Teens 1.
Happy-go-lucky . . .always seen with Darlene. . .
one of Webster Lake's bathing beauties. . .College or
Dorothy Helen Seamans "Dot"
Field Hockey 1",25 Glee Club 1.3.45 Hi-Y 2.3.45 Sec-
retary 2. Treasurer 35 State Youth and Government
Representative 35 "Point" staff 3.4. Co-editor 45 All-
Girl Dance Band 35 Band 1".2,3,45 All-State Band 3.45
Yearbook Staff45 Tennis 35 Scholastic letter 2.35 Li-
brarian2.35 Prom chairman35Class Carnival Manag-
Dapper dancer. . .expert photographer, . ."Do you
mean it?" . . . able to take responsibility. . .Nursing.
Florence May Shepard "Bunny"
Band 2"'. 45 Cheerleading 3"'5 Home Nursing 45 Hi-Y
3.45 Glee Club 2.3.4.
Full of fun and fancy free. . .sociable, . ."What a
character?". . .poetry lover. . .Undecided,
John Shepard III "Buzzy"
Phillips Academy--Choir 15Football15 Franklin High
School--Football 2.3".45 Basketball 2.3.45 Track 45
Blue and Gold Revue 3.45 "Point" staff 3.45 Yearbook
staff 45 Band 45 All-State Chorus 4.
Longlohn. . .wantshis ownjalopy. . .biggest cleats
on the gridiron. . .jazz enthusiast. . Same differ-
ence". . .one of Ma's boys. . .College his goal.
Julia Sleeper "Judy"
Glee Club 1.2.45 Band " 126.96.36.199 Home Nursing 45
A. Dues Collector 4,
Calm and quiet . . .likes reading and music.
"Hev! . .Betty's best pal. . .Beautician.
Charles W. Smith "Curly"
Football 2.3',45 Baseball 2".3.45 Basketball 1.2.3' 4
StudentGovernment188.8.131.52 Class Treasurer 1. Presi
dent 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Winter Carnival Class
Manager 1,25 Hi-Y 184.108.40.206. President 2.
Quintesscent quarterback. . .2nd musketeer of the
broken leg brigade . . . "Oh Dear". . . sky-scraping
hoopster. . .also heading for college.
Andrew John Sorette Jr. "Pete"
Hi-Y 220.127.116.11g Band 2.3'.4g Glee Club 1,2.3,4g Year-
book Staff 4g Track 3g Basketball - Jay Vees 1.3,
Varsity 4g Boys' Double Quartet 43 Projector Operator
3. Head Operator 4g Assembly Committee 45 Fresh-
man Initiation chairman 4g N. H. Music Festival 43
Junior Prom co-chairman 3.
Another swish shot specialist. . .whata letter writer
. . . The Big Ape. . .music and sports. . ."That's for
the birds" . . . great conversationalist . . . F. H. S.'s
Tommy Dorsey. . .Navy Type.
Donald Robert James Sylvester "Bug"
Golf 1',2g Basketball 2',3.
Another Cousy. . .personality plus. . .still another
one of Ma's boys. . ."Yup. Yup". . .partial to sports
. . .joining up with the Armed Services.
Anne M. Thibeault "Bruiser"
Square Dancing Club 1.2.31 Commercial Club. Presi-
Casual . . . Camera fan. . ."Don't you think so?
. . .thoughtful. . .Teacher's College.
Dorothy Ann Wallace "Dot"
Glee Club 18.104.22.168g Square Dancing Club 1.2g Field
Hockey Manager 2.4.
A girl of few words. . .likes driving. . .an excel-
lent letter writer. . ."So what! . .College,
Karolyn Ann Wallace "Kay"
Glee Club 22.214.171.124g Dramatics 2"g Band 2g Hi-Y 2.3.45
Varsity Cheerleading 3.4"g Girls' Choir 4'g Commer-
cial club 2.4: Newspaper staff 4.
Good laughs . . . ever helpful. . ."Oh. you bird!"
. . .a smooth dancer. . .Undecided.
Robert L. Watson "Doc"
Track 1.2,3'.4g Hockey 3'g Glee Club 1,2.
Romeo Robert . . . hates girls that are hard to get
along, with . . . bright and congenial. . .track demon
. . .btg-game hunter. . .applying for U. N. H.
Betty K. Wescott
Glee Club 1.2,4.
Silence is golden. . .another one of our artists. ,
"Well, gee!". . .Undecided. -
Robert Whitehead "Cotton"
Golf 1',2,3,4: Basketball 2,3,4".
Low slung and lively. . .Franklin's Ben Hogan. .
rough and ready basketball player. . .liked by all. .
he'll look good in bell-bottom trousers.
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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
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The Class of 1952. Our story. In 1948 we became the first
freshman class ever to dwell within the walls of Franklin High
School. We were proud of this distinction, but a little disappointed
because we never did get that chance to be the "big-shots" of D.J.
H.S. Our initiation was bad enough -- but not Log terrible because
the seniors had two classes to induct and were forced to spread
their energies rather thinly! After we had crawled and climbed
through that experience we got together as a class to have a fresh-
man party. Miss Dolloff, who came to high school with the 8th
graders from D.J.H.S., was our adviser. Our next task was to choose
our officers. Stanley, Chick, Margie, and Charlie won our elections
and forward we went. We were very proud of our athletes. To think
that some freshmen made the varsity! Phil made football, June and
Jeannette, field hockey, and Pat, basketball. We also had members
in the band. We saw Chick in the school play, with Barb prompting.
When the winter carnival came, Darlene was our queen. We really
tried! Even if our snow sculpture didn't look quite like a high school,
we were content! We came in fourth,gallantly cheering the seniors!
We had a dance, too. It wasn't particularly successful, but it was E
dance. When spring rolled around we prepared to go to Newfoi
Lake on our class trip -- pretty far for freshmen!
Forward to sophomores! We began our second year with more
confidence, fun, and ideas. Mrs. Kidder was our adviser, working
very well with Stanley, Lois, Margie and Art, our officers. We were
getting up in the world! Our classmates were in more activities
and working for better marks. We were the first sophomore class
to have the "Holiday Hop", so we planned and decorated for our
success. We had lots of fun, and became the first to make money
on the Holiday Hop! Our incentive was still strong when we chose
Pep as our carnival queen. We did wonders with the snow, making
an F.H.S. plaque, a St. Bernard dog -- and our prize winning, winter
carnival trophy! This time we even won a couple of games, but we
were third in the final scoring. Chafli-6, Stan, Lennie, Warren and
Frankie distinguished themselves as athletes, so we cheered them
on. That spring Barb, Mary, June, and Jeanette were in the school
play. Again we traveled to Newfound Lake for a class trip.
Forward -- a return to F.H.S. We now sat in the front of the
gym. Our English teacher, Miss O'Brien became our adviser and
confidante. Charlie served as president, with Lois, Barb and Warren
at his side. The biggest event in any junior year is the Junior Prom.
So, with Dot as our chairman, we were guided toward our December
event, for again we were revolutionary -- a winter prom! Our dec-
orations as a Skaters' Ball were truly beautiful -- and we only lost
forty dollars! With Janet as our Winter Carnival queen, and with
real class spirit, we entered the race -- to emerge victor, after
the Carnival Ball! So Janet and Beak were crowned duringa spegial
The class of 1952 moved forward. The class rings came during
the winter, so the boys cheerfully sported their red and white ones!
Jeanette and June participated in the Prize-Speaking Contest. Barb,
Jeanette and Ralph had parts, and June helped direct the play. We
began to think of the future much more seriously, when graduation
came. We said farewell to Miss O'Brien at our Weirs Beach Class
Seniors -- the members of the Class of 1952. We had made it!
Mrs. Chamberlain became our "second-mother", too. Stanley went
to Profile Boys' State during the summer. We had a real political
campaign for class officers,and after the voting, Teddie emerged
president,by two votes,over Stanley. Margie and June were elected
secretary and treasurer. To begin our formal duties, we had the
Freshmen Reception. Petie was the chairman, and ran our court
room. What fun we had, as seniors, giving to these fresnmenwhat
we had suffered three years before! Darlene was chosen head-
cheerleader, Chick came back from Massachusetts, so she joined
Martha, Karolyn and Barb, the other seniors, on the squad. Phil
was our football captain and made the Class B All-State team! In
the "Blue and Gold Revue", our athletes showed their versatility by
starring in the "Seniors Shakers". June was elected yearbook edi-
tor, a big responsibility. With winter came basketball. Warren and
Moose alternated as captains for the boys, Barb and Pep for the girls.
January brought our fourth chance at the winter carnival trophy.
We were trying for our second win. With Martha as our queen, Dot
and Warren as our managers,and a strong will, we entered competi-
tion. When the 1952 Carnival .Ball rolled around, the Class of 1952
saw Martha and Charlie radiantly crowned! Our dream was a reality.
Barb was elected D.A.R. Good Citizenand our boys had an opportunity
to see what Rotary was all about by being Junior Rotarians. Fifteen
seniors were chosen for the All-State Music Festival, for glee club
and the band. Barb and June were radio reporters on the new pro-
gram, so we- were kept posted. Barb made the lead in "Meet Corliss
Archer", with seven other seniors appearing in the cast. Almost
a senior play! We ordered our namecards and invitations, and ex-
changed our graduation pictures, for spring had arrived. Baseball
and golf followed. We were proud of our golfer, Armand, who had
been in the State Tourney, also of our hard hitting diamond aces.
Before we knew it, Bill and his Senior Prom committees were ready.
Shortly after the May Concert we held the senior banquet. During
this week, dear diary, comes our yearbook, assembly, our Com-
mencement Ball, our class trip, our Baccalaureate Sunday, our
Class Day -- our graduation night.
Tuesday, the 10th, we, the Class of 1952 will become alumni of
Franklin High. We have tried to live up to its name. We have tried
to add to its name. Yes, we are an exceptional class, a class, that
has done exceptional things. As life takes each of us on different
ways, may we live in accordance with our motto, "Forward ever,
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Franklin Daigneau . . . . Vice-President
Joan Burley ..... .... S ecretary
Irene LaPlante . . . . Treasurer
James Hanley ............ President
Shirley Taylor . . . . Vice-President
Jane Reinelt . . . ..... Secretary
Elaine Raffaelly . . . . Treasurer
Dickinson, Betty Anne
Richard Fillion ....... President
Betty Lou Prince . . Vice-President
Margaret Robichaud .... Secretary
Armand Chartier ..... Treasurer
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Seated: Betty Lou Prince, Margaret Robichaud, Lorraine Hannon, Jeanette Lemire, Stanley Weglarz, Jane
Carroll, June Hartwell, Mary Powers, Priscilla Paige. Standing: Irene LaPlante, Shirley Taylor, Henry
Amsden, Bill Bennett, Phil Gut, Frank Mazur, Warren Cate, Mr. Frank Crowley, Adviser, Charles Smith,
Tom Lally, Jack Fisher, David Manyan, Bruce Garand, Nancy Carr, Jean Routhier.
The student government began its duties for 1951-52 by installing its of-
ficers at a banquet held last May. Elected to lead the organization were: Stanley
Weglarz. Presidentg Jeannette Lemire, Vice-President, Jane Carroll, Sec-
retaryg Phil Gut, Treasurer. Mr. Crowley of the faculty was adviser again for
In June, Jeanette Lemire was sent as a delegate to the National Conference
of Student Councils in Wellessley, Mass.
When school opened in September, the student government got right to work
by taking the city census. This project required a lot of work and time, but
with the co-operation and assistance of the student body, it was successful
completed. After this, miscellaneous activities were taken care of. Records
were bought, dance dates for the year were arranged, and a new assembly
committee was formed with a student government co-ordinator.
The organiz.ation's next big project was the Annual Winter Carnival, which
was held from January Z2 to February 9. Jeanette Lemire and Stanley Weglarz
were elected Co-Chairmen and there were individual chairmen for skiing,
skating, basketball, volleyball, and ping pong. It was the longest carnival ever
held at Franklin High and everyone enjoyed it very much.
A new assembly procedure was introduced and student government members
acted as monitors for this procedure. A dance was held for the benefit of the
sports fund, which pays bills for injured sports players.
The annual banquet with installation of officers and new members was held
in May to bring to a close a very successful year.
Student aaemmemf ,+444em5!g eommdttee
Seated: Patricia Johnson, Mr. George Hancox, Adviser, Nancy Retter, Lorraine Hannon, Mr. Robert Ar-
thur, Adviser, Britta Karlburg. Standing: Paula Kidder, Dale Fletcher, Nancy Hubener, Pete Sorette,
Marjorie Gauthier, Marilyn Kelley, Jean Parris.
This year, an assembly committee was established by the student govern-
ment. Lorraine Hannon served as the student government co-ordinator, with
Mr. Arthur and Mr. Hancox as the advisers.
The members were nominated by their classmates, elected by student
government. Three students from each class served on the committee, with
Nancy Retter acting as mistress of ceremonies.
Many enjoyable assemblies were sponsored throughout the year. At the
first one, the favorite tunes of F.H.S. were brilliantly f?j recreated by some
of the students. This first assembly was very well liked, so others soon
An artist from the Walt Disney Studios entertained us with his talent, one
day. Another time Jane Dunlap held us spellbound as she told us of her trip
to Switzerland. The band played at a giant rally before the basketball game with
Laconia, and the cheerleaders presented the trophy which they had won in the
tournament. The committee also arranged for the big afternoon when we saw
the movie "The Life of Jack London". This committee worked hard to present
good programs, and Franklin High certainly enjoyed the fruits of their labor.
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Seated: Sheila Kenney, Sandra Crowley, Barbara Kelley, Dot Rayno, June Hartwell, Adviser, Robert Ar-
thur, Dorothy Seamans, John Durant, Nancy Chase, Carolyn Wallace,Norma Lincoln. Standing: Leone
Pinney, Dale Fletcher, Nancy Carr, Irene LaPlante, Jeanette Lemire, John Shepard, Margie Innes, Barbara
Lewis, Bill Bennett, Nancy Retter, Shirley Taylor.
The school newspaper, The Point, entered its second year of pub-
lication with Seniors Dorothy Seamans and June Hartwell as co-editors,
and Mr. Robert Arthur ad faculty adviser.
Seven copies were issued this year, one for each of the following
features of F.H.S. activity: the Christmas concert, the winter carnival,
the teachers' play, "Meet Corliss Archer", the spring concert, and grad-
Shirley Taylor served as the artist, designing all of the covers for
"The Point". Dorothy Rayno acted as business manager, with the co-
editors conducting the exchange with other high schools. Karolyn Wallace
and Nancy Chase directed the staff in production.
May the two-year old Point enjoy many more successful years of
ALPHA HI-Y OFFICERS BETA HI-Y OFFICERS
Pres. Barbara Burrill Pres. Betty Lou Prince
V. Pres. Shirley Taylor V. Pres. Almena LeC1air
Sec. Lois Bennet Sec. Beverly Bates
Treas. Janet Taylor Treas. Robert French
The combined Alpha and Beta Hi-X clubs had an eventful year. First we
attended the Dartmouth-Cornell football game where we had a wonderful time
and nearly froze to death! We were proud of the number of F.H.S, students
present at the first Hi-Y rally held at the Belknap area where Mr. Rod Darling
from Northeastern University was the guest speaker. Following the dancing,
the rally adjourned, to meet again in Franklin, on March 31st. At this time
the new officers were inducted before a group of approximately 300 Hi-Y mem-
bers and advisers. In December, two of the Beta boys attended the Boys' Con-
ference. To carry out the Christmas spirit, we sent cards to some of the
shuts-ins of Franklin and surrounding towns. We also gave a Christmas basket
to a needy family. During the snowy winter months, we took a trip to Man-
chester for a "Splash Party". On March 7-8-9, thirteen girls went to Clare-
mont for the Older Girls' Conference. The theme of the three day affair was "A
New Faith for These Days". One of our outstanding meetings was the induction
ceremony of new members. An alcoholics anonymous member gave us an
impressive lecture on alcoholism.
The first of the year the Hi-Y was in a very impecunious state, but after
sponsoring the "Vacation Dance" we grew somewhat richer. Don't think we
could have done all this ourselves, because without the ever available assistance
of our advisers, Miss Dolloff, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Cook, we would not have
had such a pleasant year.
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The glee club, under the direction of Miss Marion Moses, met twice
weekly in preparation for its Christmas and May concerts.
The Christmas concert proved a great success, with Lois Bennett
as soloist for the perennial favorite, "Silent Night".
The two groups on the right, the girls' choir and the boys' double
quartet sang many times during the year for school and community ac-
Lois Bennett, Jane Carroll, John Shepard, Maurice Beaupre, Stanley
Weglarz, Ted Allen, and Pete Sorette represented the Franklin High
School at the All-State Music Festival at Rochester, in April.
The brilliant Spring Concert, in May, completed the work of the glee
club for the year.
Seated: Marilyn Graham, Priscilla Paige, Irene Bilideau, Adviser Miss Marion Moses, Maryellen Yeo
Rita Beaupre, Standing: Lois Bennett, Jane Carroll, Patricia Gilley, Karolyn Wallace, Marjorie Marier
Nancy Retter, Lorraine Hannon.
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Seated: Maurice Pelletier, Pete Sorette, Adviser Miss Marion Moses, Ted Allen. Standing: Maurice
Beaupre, Tom Lally, John Shepard, Stanley Weglarz, Bob Miller.
Our mellifluous band played at all home football games and at the
game with St. John's, of Concord. In October they traveled to Warner
to lead a parade and to play a short concert at the annual Fall Foliage
Festival. Then they were invited to play at Andover where Proctor
Academy lost a hard fought game to Westmount High School, a Canadian
Ten members represented F.H.S. at the All-State Festival, in April.
Barbara Burrill, Ruth Kelley, Ann Brock, Catherine Labraney, Priscilla
Paige, June Hartwell, Dorothy Seamans, Reginald LaPlante, Paul O'Brien,
and Robert Miller were the lucky ones.
Because of the large number of students attending from Franklin,
seventeen in all with the glee club members, plus seventeen suitcases,
Miss Moses and Miss McIntosh, ten instruments, including two bass horns,
"Ma" decided that it would be more economical if we chartered our own
busg and so this year we went to and from Rochester in style! We stayed
in private homes, and were there for three days.
There were many other memorable occasions. The State Auditions
Festival in Berlin, the Christmas and spring concerts, and Memorial
Day stand out. On Memorial Day morning the band divided. One group
played in Wilmot, the other in Springfield. In the afternoon the sections
combined to play in Sutton. Of course, the band was indispensable during
Officers for the year were: Captain, June Hartwell, lst Lieutenant,
Priscilla Paige, Znd Lieutenant, Ruth Kelley, Sergeant-at-arms, Barbara
Burrill, These people have helped Mr. Hall, the capable director, to
develop one of the best bands in Franklin for years.
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Left to Right: Yvette Menard,Batbara Burrill, Lois Bennett,June Hartwe11,John Durant, Mt. Arthur, Jean-
ette Lemire, Elizabeth Luti, Tom Lally, Bob Miller, and Nancy Carr.
The Dramatics Club began a busy year with the "Blue and Gold Revue".
The second annual variety show and one act play was presented in Nov-
ember. Musical selections and comedy acts furnished the variety talent,
which "Saved From the Fate of Her Sister" as the meodrama. Barbara
Kelley starred as the heroine, Tom Lally as the villain, Henry Amsden
as the hero, Yvette Menard as the villainess, Gene Doucette as the bar-
tender, Ted Dickerson as the Little Boy, and June Hartwell and Jim
Hanley as the forlorn mother and father. Mrs. Tolman directed the en-
joyable show, assisted by Miss Moses and Miss Clark.
When spring came, Mr. Arthur presented the annual school play,
"Meet Corliss Archer", with a cast dominated by seniors. The title role
of Corliss was portrayed by Barbara Burrill. Tom Lally and Jeanette
Lemire were Mr. and Mrs. Archer, with Nancy Carr as Louise, their
maid. Dexter was played by John Durant, and Mildred by Lois Bennett.
June Hartwell was the un-wanted relative, cousin Agnes. Bob Miller
and Bette Luti were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin, with Marie Carr as Betty,
Yvette Menard as the Nurse, and Robert St. Pierre as the Doctor. "Meet
Corliss Archer" proved to be a great success, showing that all the efforts
of this year's Dramatics Club were well rewarded.
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Seated: Doris Deshaies, Irene LaPlante, Lorraine Aube, Elaine Gregory, Marjorie Innes, Barbara Lewis, Standing:
Miss Mary Mclntosh, faculty adviser: Robert Watson, Tom Lally, Ralph Ordway, Dorothy Rayno.
Seated Andrew Sorette, Doris Shepard, Mr. Joseph Burleigh, faculty adviserg Marjorie Gauthier, Bette Luti, June
Hartwell. Standing- Robert St, Pierre, Joseph Fournier, George MacDonald, Dana Parks, Edward Sawyer, Eugene
Doucette, George Burdick, Paul O'Brien, Richard Stanley.
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First Row: Mr.William Hoban, Coach Charles Smith, Captain Phil Gut, Mr. John Knight, Assistant Coach, Sec-
ond Row: William Johnson, Frank Mazur, Howard Bailey, William Merrill, Theodore Allen, William Beaupre,
Robert Miller, Richard Reeves, Eugene Doucette. Third Row: James Hubener, John Shepard, Paul Martell, Frank
Tucker. Paul O'Brien, Thomas Lally, Walter Alexander. Fourth Row: Richard Beaudet, Leonard Hines, David
Miller, Joseph Harbour. Charles Beaudet was absent when the picture was taken.
An inexperienced Franklin High Football team had a fair season with
a record of 3 wins and 5 defeats. Coach Hoban and Mr. Knight did a
great job with only one regular from last year's team. Captain Phil Gut was
nominated for the Class B All-State Team.
Franklin 12 Manchester West 27
Franklin 0 Somersworth 38
Franklin 6 Lac onia
Franklin St. Johns
Kneeling: Joseph Harbour, Philip Gut, Warren Cate, Robert LaRoche, Andrew Sorette, Robert Whitehead. Stand-
ing: Mr. John Ball, Coach: Wayne Cilley, Armand Cote, Frank Mazur, Lawrence Hoitt, James Hubener, Charles
Smith, Manager Maurice Beaupre.
Mr. John Ball's 1951-1952 basketball team had a successful season
placing second in Twin State League competition behind Windsor, Vermont.
In league competition, the Tornadoes and a record of 9 wins and 3 de-
feats. Outside of the League games, they downed St. .Iohn's twice and were
beaten twice by Stevens of Claremont and Laconia.
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Franklin West Lebanon
Franklin St. Mary
Franklin Hartford, Vt.
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Franklin Windsor, Vt.
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Franklin Hartford, Vt.
Franklin Windsor, Vt.
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Kneeling: Eugene Laroche, Ronald Robichaud, Richard Marceau, Andrew Berube, John Hemeon, Fred Rollins, Ro-
bert Andrews, Standing: Edward Kurowski, Peter Rayno, Thomas Adams, Armand Chartier, Glen Dustin, Donald
Martell, Leon Bedard, Coach Jack Knight,
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Kneeling: Thomas Lally, Jack Fisher, Michael Gignac, Paul Colby, Maurice Pelletier. Standing: Coach John Ball,
Ronald Robichaud, Joseph Harbour, Wayne Cilley. James Hanley, James Hubener, Leon Griffin, Manager Alfred
Front Row: Marie Carr, Lorraine Hannon, Yvette Menard, Martha Hill, Maryellen Yeo, Barbara Dustin. Back Row
Mrs, Madeline Pickess, Adviser: Karolyn Wallace, Head Cheerleader Darlene Cutter, Jane Carroll.
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Front Row: Gertrude Shaw, Marilyn Graham, Betty Dickinson, Joan Burley, Beverley Abbott, Marlene Sorette
Back Row: Mrs. Madeline Pickess, Adviser: Claire Deshaies, Bernadette Aube, Head Cheerleader Jean Routhrer
Jeannine Humphrey, Jean Parris.
Kneeling: Rachel LaRoche, Rita Cote, Janet Taylor, Bette Luti, Co-captains, Priscilal Paige and Barbara Burrill,
Priscilla Gosselin. Mary Powers, Rita Turgeon, Joyce Magoon. Standing: Miss June Dolloff, coachg Bette Bean,
Cecile Aube, Margaret LaPlante, Irene LaPlante, Lois Beaupre, Nancy Hubener, Marjorie Marier, Doris Fowler,
Jean LaPlante, Beverley Pelletier, Manager Marlene Pelletier.
Kneeling: Frank Mazur, Charles Smith, William Fisher, Laurence Hoitt. Seated: Mr. John Ball, coachp Raymond
Bailey, Robert Cook, James Hanley, Leslie Smith,
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Donald Sylvester, Mr, Frank Crowley, Activities Directorg Robert Whitehead, Armand Cote, Alfred Carignan.
Front Row: Archie Auger,Clarence Beaupre,David Miller,Thornas Lally, Robert Watson, Leon Griffin. Back Row:
Joseph Harbour, Frank Tucker, Richard Reeves, Andrew Sorette, Mr. William Hoban, Coachg John Shepard, Ronald
The Class of '52 is grateful to the following individuals and organizations for their generous
support of this yearbook.
ABIGAIL WEBSTER HOUSE
AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR
ARLEN'S DRESS SHOP
D. BARRY AND CO.
BEAN'S SERVICE STATION CENTRAL STREET
BENNETT'S I G A SUPER MARKET
BENSON AUTO CO. WEST FRANKLIN
BESSE MAE STYLE SHOP
THE BOOK STALL
BUNNY'S DINER "WHERE THE FOOD IS
BUTTS FRIENDLY SERVICE I96 CENTRAL
ROLFE CAMP CO. INC. BUILDERS' SUPPLIES
I9-4 CENTRAL STREET PHONE 752
THE COLONIAL RESTAURANT CENTRAL
CONANT'S CALSO I95 CENTRAL STREET
CUTTER'S ESSO SERVICE-CENTER
EUGENE S. DANIELL JR.
DANIEL WEBSTER INN WEST FRANKLIN
C. E. DOUPHINETT
A. C. ELLIOTT FORD CO. CENTRAL STREET
ENDICOTT AND JOHNSON
FRANKLIN FROZEN FOODS AND LOCKER
SERVICES J. L. BOURASSA, OWNER
FRANKLIN FRUIT AND PRODUCE
FRANKLIN LAUNDRIES INC. "QUALITY AND
SERVICE" CENTRAL STREET
FRANKLIN LODGE OF ELKS
THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK
THE FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK
FRANKLIN WHOLESALE MART WEST
FRANKLIN WHOLESALE MEAT CO., INC.
NORTH MAIN STREET TEL. 378-M
ALBERT G. GARNEAU CO.
RACHEL GARNEAU R. N.
THE GATEWAY INN
HAMMOND'S BAKERY CENTRAL STREET
THE HEARTHSTONE BASKET SHOP
R. A. HEBERT'S HOME 8. AUTO SUPPLY
HEBERT MANUFACTURING CO.
HOLMES AND NELSON
THE HOMELIKE INN
JOHN JURTA JR.
E. J. KEEGAN AND CO.
KIDDER LUMBER CO.
DR. F. J. KROPP
THE KURL SHOP
LA CHANCE JEWELERY STORE WARD I
LA ROCHE'S MARKET
MAIN STREET STORE WEST FRANKLIN
MARY'S BEAUTY SHOP
DR. ROBERT J. MORIN
S. MOSCARDINI STORE WARD I
J. J. NEWBERRY CO.
NEWS AND BOOK SHOP
PAIGE'S BARBER SHOP
H. PARKER CENTRAL STREET
PERKINS SHOE STORE
PERRY'S SUNOCO STATION
PINKHAM'S STORE AND CLAM BAR WEST
PIPER MOTOR CO. DODGE AND PLYMOUTH
PRESCOTT OIL CO.
E. A. PRINCE JEWELERY
PUBLIC SERVICE CO. OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
REGO AND BALL SHELL SERVICE STATION
RENNIE'S TAXI SERVICE
ROY'S BARBER SHOP
JEANNETTE ROY'S BEAUTY SALON
SANDERS DRY CLEANING
DR. R. W. SAWYER
JEAN W. SHAW
SHE PARD INSURANCE AGENCY
SHEPARD REALTY CO.
T. J. SOKUL
DR. JOHN J. SULLIVAN
SULLOWAY HOSIERY MILLS
SUROWI EC GROCERY STORE
C. P. STEVENS
THIBEAULT'S FUNERAL HOME
THORNTON BARBER SHOP WEST FRANKLIN
TWIN MAPLES WEST FRANKLIN
VAL'S BARBER SHOP
VARNEY'S JENNY SERVICE STATION WEST
WELCOME TRAVELER DINER WHERE YOUR
FRIENDS MEET AND EAT
WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE
CGERARD L. FORAND PROP I
THE YARN, GIFT, AND FLOWER NOOK
H. L. YOUNG, FUNERAL HOME
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Editor-in-Chief . . . ............... June Hartwell
Associate Editor . . .............. Dorothy Seamans
Girls' Personals . . . . Marjorie Gauthier, Jeanette Lemire
Boys' Personals . . ........ John Durant, John Shepard
Boys' Sports .... ............... C harles Smith
Girls' Sports . . ........ Barbara Burrill
Class History . . . ....................... June Hartwell
Artists ........ ................ L ois Bennett, Nancy Piper
Business Managers . . . Jeanne Hebert, Stabley Weglarz, Andrew Sorette
Photographers . . . ............... Warren Cate, Robert Miller
Typists ....... ............. A nita Bergeron, Connie Blad
Adviser . . . . Mrs. Marguerite Chamberlain
We want to express our sincere thanks to the many people who have
assisted us in the publication of this annual -- to our fellow seniors for
their fine cooperation, to Mr. Poblenz, our photographer, for his unfailing
service, to Mr. Kyncl, of Josten's, for his interest and guidance, to the
American Yearbook Company, our publishers, and above all, to Mrs.
Chamberlain, our adviser.
Our story now is written, our last entry completed. May this diary
of the Class of 1952 be forever cherished, as we go forward from Frank-
lin High School.
The Yearbook Staff
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