Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Franklin, NH)
- Class of 1956
Page 1 of 68
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 68 of the 1956 volume:
Franklin High School
Franklin, New Hampshire
In The Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fifty-Six
To The Class
As you stand to receive your, di-
ploma, after twelve years of formal
education, you are truly at the cross-
roads. All of your teachers, from kin-
dergarten to the present, hope they 'have
helped you as you make the important
decisions which lie ahead. These are
the decisions which require a strengtli
of character, an intelligent interpre-
tation of facts, an acceptance of divine
authority, a confidence in your fellow
men based on good judgment, and a seli
confidence which comes from knowing
and believing in what is right. Your
home, your church, your school and
your community have worked together
to give you these and many other tools
of living. These decisions can bring td
you the best that life has to offer. This
is our wish for you through the cross-
Table of Contents
Faculty and Administration .... Page 5
Memoriam ............. . . .Page 10
Seniors ........ . . .Page 11
Underclassmen. . . .Page 39
Activities ..... . . .Page 47
Sports ...... . .Page 57
Social Events ....... . . .Page 63
Helping Hands fads . . . . .Page 70
MR. GEORGE HANC OX
You, Mr. Hancox, will always hold a place in our hearts.
Your eagerness to help and your many hours spent for our bene-
fit shall always be remembered. As we meet each future cross-
road, we shall recall the advice and guidance which you were
always ready to give us in our need.
In deep appreciation, we, the Class of 1956, affectionately
dedicate this, our yearbook, to you, Mr. Hancox.
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Our high school days are at an end,
We all can see the cross-road's bendg
We'll soon begin a life that's new.
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The fun we've had, the hard work too,
We say good-by, we'll start anewg
We'll all be going separate ways.
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Though graduation ends it, our hearts will still remain
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Through closing doors we now must pass,
But memories of our dear class
Will always linger in our hearts.
Tune: "Moments to Remember"
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Jdvlminid fra fion
MR. RICHARD MARTIN
Schools: U.N.H., Colum-
Degrees: A.B., M. Ed.
Office: Superintendent of
MRS. PHYLLIS WALLACE
Office: Secretary to the
Headmaster, fMother Ad-
visor for the schooll.
MR. IOSEPH BURLEIGH
Schools: Phillips Exeter Academy,
Worchester Polytechnic Institute
Dartmouth College, U,N.H.
Subjects: Mechanical Drawing, Di-
rector of Visual Aids.
Advisor for: Student Government.
MRS. RUTH GILMAN
Office: Cafeteria Supervisor,
MR. JOSEPH CASHMAN
Schools: U.N.H., P.T.C..
Degrees: B.S., M. Ed.
Office: Headmaster of
Junior and Senior High
Schools: Mercy Hospital,
Springfield, Mass., Ply-
mouth Teachers College,
Keene Teachers College.
Degree: Registered Nurse.
Office: School Nurse for
Franklin, Sanbornton, and
MR. FRANK CROWLEY
Schools: Harvard, U.N.I-I..
Harvard Graduate School
of B,A., U.N.H. Graduate
Degrees: A,B., M.B.A.
Subjects: United States
History, Civics, Economic
MISS JUNE DOLl.OFF
School: Plymouth Teach-
Subjects: World History
Civics, Girls' Physical
Advisor for: Alpha Hi-Y.
MISS NINA E. CLARK
Schools: Don Academy, U.N.H.
Subjects: Home Economics VII, VIII,
IX, and Public Speaking.
Advisor for: Assembly Committee
and Dramatics Club.
MRS. LILLIAN DAVIDSON
School: Plymouth Teachers College,
three years plus extension courses,
Subjects: Freshman and Sophomore
Advisor for: The Point,
MRS. IRENE COMIRE KIDDER
Schools: Plymouth Teachers College,
Summersessions of:Middlebury, Mc-
Gill, B.U., Le Montcel -- Jouy en
Subjects: French I, II, III.
Advisor for: Sophomore Class.
MRS. SYLVIA F.
ton Seminary, Washington,
D.C., University of Ver-
mont, Iohnson Teachers
Degree: B.S. in Education,
Subjects: Algebra I, II,
and Advanced Math.
MR. ELSWORTH F.
Schools: N, H, Technical
Institute, Summer sessions
of: P.T.C., K.T.C.,Fitch-
burg T.C., Harvard, U.N.
Subjects: Wood Work,
Cabinet Work, Pattern
Advisor for: Alpha Hi-Y.
MR. HAROLD RICHARD
Colleges: University of
Rhode Island, Rhode Island
College of Education
Degree: B.S. Business Ad-
Subjects: Business Arith-
metic. General Math, Jun-
ior Business, Personal Typ-
Coach: Assistant in foot-
ball.basketbal1, and base-
MR. WILLIAM E. MCALDUFF
Colleges: Boston University, Mass.
State Teachers College.
Degrees: B.A., M. of Ed.
Subjects: English X and Xl
Advisor to: Class of 1957
Colleges: University of
Maryland, Boston Univer-
Degree: B.S. in Education
Subjects: Physical Educa-
Coach of: Freshmen Bas-
ketball, Assistant in Foot-
MR. VINCENT O'CONNOR
Colleges: Williams College, Boston
Subjects: Chemistry, Physics
MR. LEONARD W. PHILBRICK
Colleges: Vesper George School of
Degrees: B.S. in Zoology
Subjects: General Science. Senior
Science, Shop Math
Advisor to: Key Club
Subjects: Problems, Eco-
nomic Geography, Algebra
MISS BERTHA A.PELLER.IN
Colleges: Keene Teachers
College, Summer School
at U.N.H. and Plymouth
Advisor to: Librarians, re-
freshment committees for
various school activities.
MRS. ANNE ROSE
Colleges: Meredith Col-
lege,Raleigh, N.C.g West-
chester State Teachers
College, Westchester, Pa.:
University of Pennsylvan-
ia, Philadelphia, Pa,
Degree: B.A., M. A.
Subjects: English X and
Advisor to: Yearbook
MISS MARION MOSES
Colleges: New England
Conservatory of Music,
American Institute of Nor-
Degree: Mus. B.
Director of: Music in
Franklin Schools, Girls'
Choir. Music Festivals
MRS. MADELINE PICKESS
College: Plymouth Teachers College
Degree: B. E.
Subjects: Business Education, Typing
Advisor to: Class of 1956
MR. IOHN TAYLOR
Colleges: Keene Teachers College
Subject: Machine Shop
Advisor to: Beta Hi -Y
MR. FRANK PIWONSKI
Summer sessions of "School Custodian
Workshop" at Plymouth Teachers
College: University of
Coach of: Football, Bas-
MR. ROBERT HALL
4 X Doreen Louise Laquire
October 27, 1937 May 14, 1953
Doreen Louise LaQuire met her final crossroad during
our Freshman year and it is to her memory that we
respectfully dedicate this page in our yearbook.
She passed away like morning dew
Before the sun was highg
So brief her time, she scarcely knew
The meaning of a sigh.
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.TEAN FRANCES CURRIER
"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might."
Glee Club 1,2,3,45 High Scholastics 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,35 Student Gov-
ernment 3,45 Vice-President 45 Delegate to Model U. N. Assembly 35 Stu-
dent Government Exchange student 35 All-State Chorus 35 State Concert Fes-
tival 3,45 Carnival Court 35 Ring Committee 35 D.A.R. Good Citizen Award
45 Girls Choir 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Point 45 Editor 45 Assembly Committee
45 Projector Operator 45 Initiation Committee 45 Carnival Queen 45 Vice-
Cute, neat and hard to beat. . .Headed for college. . .Our loss, someone's
JOYCE AVIS CARIGNAN PRESIDENT
"Let us then be up and doing
with a heart for any fate5
Still achieving, still pursuing,
learn to labor and to wait."
Tfe3SU1'CI1iC13SS PICSNCDI 2,3,4: I.V. Cheerleader 15 Square Dance Club 15
H1-Y 1,2,3,4g Camival Queen 15 Varsity Cheerleader 2,35 Head Varsity
Cheerleader 45 Girl's State Delegate 35 Point Staff 35 Youth Government 35
Student Government3.45 Co-Chairman Winter Carnival 35 A.A. Candy Seller
3,45 Chairman Junior Prom 35 Cheerleading Tournament 3,4g Home Room
Magazine Captain 35 Yearbook Staff 45 Magazine Sales Co-Chairman 45 M.
C. Winter Carnival 4.
Our leader. . ."Affirmative Vote!". . .Always joking. . Got a letter today"
. . .Future "Cook".
VICE - PRESIDENT
CAROL MARIE ZAK
"Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety."
Dues Collector 1,2,3,45 Assembly Committee 1,2,35 Square Dance Club 25
Point Staff 15 I.V. Cheerleader 15 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Carnival
Court 25 Dramatics Club 2,35 Varsity Cheerleader 2,3,45 Magazine Sales
Captain 2,3,45 CheerleadingTournament 2,35 N.H. Drama Festival 35 Librar-
ian 45 Chairman and Mistress of Ceremonies for Initiation 45 Yearbook staff
45 Class Treasurer 4.
Peppy cheerleader. . .Willing to help. . ."And--what not". . .Going to be
an Airline Stewardess .
NANCY ANN ROUTHIER SECRETARY
"Talent is nurtured in solitudeg character is formed in the stormy billows of
Vice-President 15 Class Secretary 2,3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Student Government
1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Carnival Court 1,35 Square Dance Club 1: J.V. Cheer-
leader lg Girls Choir 23 Carnival Queen 25 Dues Collector 2,35 Varsity Cheer-
leader 2.3: Youth Government 35 A.A. Candy Seller 3,45 Initiation Commit-
Personality plus. . .Glowing smile. . .Dick. . .Future nurse.
FRANK L. ABBOTT "Frankie"
"It matters not how long we live, but how."
Football 1,2,3,4g co-captain 4g Baseball lg Hi-Y 2,3,4g Square Dance Club
2g Initiation Committee 4.
Football star. . .Nancy's boy "Flat Top". . .Handsome blond. . .Future Sailor.
ROBERT TOLMAN AMSDEN l "B0b"
"Get good counsel before you begin - and when you have d6C1d6d, act
High Scholastics 1,2,3,4g Hi-Y lg Track 2,3,4g Football 35 Student Govern-
ment 3,4g Projector Operator 4g Yearbook Staff 4.
Whizz at math. . .Mr. O'Connor's pride. . .Ready to help. . .College bound.
RICHARD DARRELL ANDREWS "Dick"
'Happy am I: from care I am free."
Wardlboy. . .Delivers milk. . ."Cool it man". . .lnto the" Wild blue yonder."
EDWARD R. BEAUDOIN "Ed"
"Once a gentleman, always a gentleman."
Nice smile. . .Doesn't say much. . .Polite. . .Navy has got him.
STANLEY BERUBE "Stan"
"His heart is as great as the world, but there is no room in it to hold the
memory of a wrong,"
Baseball 1,'3,4 . . . "For cryin' out loud!" . . . quiet man . . . Endicott John-
son's best product . . . good bowler . . . headed for U.N,H, E
LAWRENCE A, BOYCE "Larry"
"Patience is a necessary ingredient of genius."
Track 3,4 . . . "That would be telling, wouldn't in!" . . . one of the Hill
boys . . . short and quiet . . . pilots a "Chevie" . . . headed for a trade
ANDREW L. BERGERON "Andy"
"In the scale of destinies, brawn will never weigh so much as brain."
Key Club 2,3,4g Profile Boy's State 3g Baseball 2,3,4g Junior Rotarian 4g
Magazine Sales Co-chairman 4. Class offices: Vice-President 3: Executive
Board 3,4 . . . always lending a helping hand . . . honor student . . . Boy
Scout leader . . . good sport . . . headed for college.
MARCIA M. BICKFORD
"A friend in need is a friend indeed."
Softball lg Yearbook Staff 4 . . . "Right if ever sharp" . . . came back to us
this year . . . tall and slim . . . ready to help . . . will join the Waves.
MILDRED BROWN "Millie"
"As is a tale, so is life, not how long it is, but how good it is, is what mat-
Hi-Y 1.2: Glee Club 1,2,3 , . , "Do unto others, as you would have them do
unto you" . . . pretty black hair . . . Miss Prim . . . will hear wedding bells
WILFRED T. BRUSSEAU "Billy"
"Many receive advice, only the wise profit by it,"
Key Club 2,3,4g Dramatics 2,33 Basketball 1,2,3,4g Baseball 1,2,3,4g Student
Government 4gYearbook Staff 4, Hi-Y 4, Projector Operator 45 Square Dance
Club 1,25 Cross Country 33 Dues Collector 1,2g Junior Rotarian 4 . . . "N0.
but you're close!" . . . nice build . . . good athlete . . . flies a blue coupe
. . , headed for college, either Holy Cross or U,N,H,
JOAN E. BRYSON "Jo"
"To be trusted is a greater compliment than to be loved."
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Dramatics 3gPoint staff 2,3,4gClass Committees l,2,3,4g
Girls' Choir 4g A,A, Dues Collector 1 . . . "Gee whiz!" . . . shy and refined
. . . pleasant smile . . . future photographer,
MARY ANNE BURKE
"That which is striking and beautiful is not always goqd, but that which is
good is always beautiful."
Junior Member Yearbook Staff 3gYearbook Editor 4gWinter Carnival Manag-
er l,2,3,4g Student Government 2,3,4g Managing Editor Point Staff 2g Editor
Point Staff 3, Librarian 4g Basketball Manager 25 Softball Manager lg Class
Committees 1,2,3,4g Square Dance Club lg Hi-Y 2,3,4g Class Offices: Sec-
retary 1 , . . "That's life!" . . . Good class manager . . . hard worker . ..
has done a lot for our class . . . once a friend, always a friend . . .telephone
operator . . . Headed for Plymouth Teacher's College.
NANCY ROLFE CAMP "Campie"
"Let us be of good cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear
are those which never happen."
Band 1,2,3,4p Secretary and Treasurer 4g Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Dramatics 2,3g Bas-
ketball 2g Dues Collector 3g Junior Prom Committee 35 Assembly Committee
35 Glee Club 1,2,3,
Mad chemist of Period 6. . ."l'll see you later". . .Nice build. . .Off to college.
HOWARD LEON CATE "Cate"
"Life is not so short but that there is always time enough for courtesy."
Nice guy. . .Neat. . .Seldom heard. . ."What did you do?". . .UncleSam
might get him soon.
"The integrity of a man is to be measured by his conduct. not by his profes-
Track 2,3,4, '
One of the Hill boys. . .Dislikes English. . .Won't tell his future.
WILLIAM A, DOWNES "Cousey"
"Life is a jest, and all things show it, I thought so once. but now I know it."
Basketball 1,2,3,4g Boys' Choir 1,2,3,4g Baseball 2,3,4g Cross Country 2,3g
Hard worker. . ."You betchal". . .Basketball star. . .Loves to dance. . .Full
of fun. . .Air Force.
BARBARA JOAN FURLONG "Barb"
"Lost time is never found again"
Basketbal 1,2,3g Softball lg Softball Manager 2gPoint Staff 1, Radio Club lg
Square Dance Club 1,2gGlee Club l,2g Girl's Choir 3,45 Assembly Committee
2: Dramatics Club 33 Dues Collector 3g Hi-Y 4: Class Committees l,2,3,4g
Yearbook Business Manager 4, "Let's face it!" . . . Flies a green Chrysler
. . . Ward I galavanter . , , Sports enthusiast,
KENNETH GARAND KSDHY
"Let us havefaith that right makes might, and in that faith, let us, to the end,
dare to do our duty as we understand it."
Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Student Government 2,33 President Student Government 45 Dra-
matics 1.2: Vice President 3, President 4g Basketball Manager 3,4g Delegate
to Model U. N. 3: Junior Rotarian 45 Trip to Trinidad 4g N, H, Drama Festi-
val 3: F, l-I, S, Hi-Lytes 3,4g Yearbook Staff 4, "It's good for ya, it lets you
know you're living!" . . . Trip to Trinidad , , , headed for big things . . .
Will make good at college,
RICHARD GUY GILMAN "Dick"
"A man of courage is also full of faith,"
Basketball 1,2,3g Track 2,3,4g Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Junior Rotarian 4g Class Execu-
tive Committee 4 . . . "Like that, Huh!" . . . shy Senior . . . One of the
twins . . . good looking , , , Judy . . . service enrolee.
ROBERT BRUCE GILMAN Bo
"A man's true wealth is the good he does in this world."
Basketball 1,2,3g Golf 1,23 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Dramatics 1,2,3g Cross Country 25
Track 3,45 Junior Rotarian 45 Class Committees l,2,3,4 . . . "Why don't you
act human?" , , . he's the other twin , , , Joyce , , , Quiet . . . future in the
WILLIAM H. GLINES, IR, "Billy
"Tomorrow life is too late: live today,"
Baseball 1,2,4g Football 2,3g Glee Club 2,3 . . . "I didn't do it!" . . . Shakes
peare lover . . . crooner . . . loves the girls . . . future fly-boy,
RACHEL MARIE GOSSELIN "Rae"
"Life is too short for trouble and care,"
Glee Club 2: Softball 2: F,H,A, 23 Hi-Y 3 . . . "Really!" . , , Duffy's buddy
. . . early bird . . , always busy , , , headed for work.
MARY ANN HOWE
"I'm sure care's an enemy to life,"
Glee Club lg Yearbook Staff 4g Class Committees 1,2,3,4 , , , a friend to all
. . . a ready smile , , , "I don't know" . . . will make a cute nurse.
MARJORIE NORENE KIMBALL "Midgie"
"Speech is silverg silence is golden."
Glee Club l,2,3.4 . . . "Oh, No!" . . . quiet and reserved . . . liked by all
. . . bashful . , , future telephone operator,
DELLAS K. LAMBERT "Del1"
"It is impossible to underrate human intelligence -- beginning with one's
Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Golf 1,25 Football 2.3 . . . reckless and carefree . . . his poor
Studebaker! . . . witty . . . great pianist,
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ROSE MARIE LAROCHE
Dues Collector 3g Librarian 3.4: Glee Club lg Class Committees l,2,3,4g
Assistant Editor Point 45 Yearbook Staff 4 , , , "Sugar!" . . .Good dancer , , ,
personality plus . . . hair looks cute in a pony tail . . . Pierce Secretarial
PATRICIA BERNADETTE LAPLANTE "Pat"
"Quiet service is a mark of true friendship,"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Square Dance Club 2g Dramatics Club 3gPoint Staff 3,4g
Yearbook Staff 43 Girls Choir 4g Class Committees 1,2,3,4 . . . "Big deal!"
, , , petite and friendly . . . Newberry's special . . . DOG-lt.
"A merry heart doeth good like a medicine,"
NEIL LAWRENCE LAUGHY "Jell"
"He profits most who serves best,"
Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 4: Track 2,3,4g Hi-Y 2,3,4g Student Government
3,4g Yearbook staff 4g Junior Rotarian 4 , , , "Live, love, laugh and be mer-
. . . football captain , , , yearbook artist , , , good sport , . , "Barb",
MARY ANN LE COURT
"Many a true word is spoken in jest,"
Yearbook Staff 4g Point Staff 1,45 Glee Club 1.4: Class Committees 1,2,3,4
, , , "No Kidding!" . . . loves to argue . . . short and sweet. . .Office Prac-
tice wizard , , , loves Shakespeareu
RONALD O. LECLERC "Ronnie"
"Variety's the very spice of life, that gives it all its flavor,"
Football 1,4g Cross Country 2g Baseball 43 Dramatics 2,3g Class Committees
1,2,3,4 . . . "Is that right?" , , , wavy hair . . - good dancer . . . Practical
j0kCl' . . . "cool cat."
ROLAND L. MAHEU
"When all else is lost, the future still remains."
Football l,2,3,4g Track 2,33 Key Club 2,3,4g Ground Observer Corps 2.3.4. . .
"Sure!" . . . quiet . . . big-hearted . . . hard and conscientious worker , , ,
headed for college, then the railroad,
CHRISTY LIOLIS "Chris"
"There is no love sincere: than the love of food."
Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Basketball 2,3,4g Dramafics 2 , . . "Who's got money?" . . . a
new car and Chris too! . , . super salesman . . . class wit , , , future Rocker-
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GEORGE M.. MANYAN
"The rule of my life is to make business a pleasure, and pleasure my busi-
Football 45 Hi-Y l,2,3,4g Student Government 1,25 Glee Club lg Class Vice
President 2 . . . "What a dub!" , , ,hails from Andover. . .likes to read and
eat . . . headed for college and travel,
PETER P. MICHAUD "Pete"
"Believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear."
Football 35 Class Committees 3,4 . . . "My Boy, Flat Top" . . . drives a
Plymouth . . . "For Pete's Sake!".
FORREST W. MILLS
"Imagination is more important than knowledge."
"Track 2,35 Basketball , , , "Better late than never" . . .likes basketball . . ,
good in track . . . one of the Hill boys,
JUDITH ANN MIQUELON "Judy"
'Curiosity is one of the permanent and certain characteristics of a vigorous
Glee Club lg Dramatics 2,35 Yearbook Staff 4. . . "Not really" . . . baubles,
bangles and beads , , , enjoys Sunday Matinees , , .sophisticated and studies
, , , future nurse.
"A light heart lives long."
Softbal 1,2g Glee Club 1,2g Girls' Choir 3,45 Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Dues Collector 4,
Yearbook Staff 4g Class Committees l,2,3,4 . . . "Oh, come on now!" . . . a
neat chick . . . a nice kid . . . will go far.
RUTH M. PEASE
"Silence is more eloquent than words,"
Glee Club 1,2,3g Point Staff 2,3,4g Dramatics 3g Yearbook Staff 4: Class Com-
mittees l,2,3,4 . . . "Oh, yeah?" . . . neat as a pin . . . ready to help , , ,
champion speller . . . quiet manner,
SYLVIA MAY NADEAU "Syl"
"Good humor makes all things tolerable,"
Glee Club 2, Ink Pot 2: Softball 2g Librarian 4 , , ,"Are you sure? You posi-
tive? Absolutely positive? Youch!" , , , pessimistic . . . Mel . . . quick
with a smart answer , , , future Airline stewardess. ,
HUBERT A. PARKER, JR, "Hubie"
"I never think of the futureg it comes soon enough."
Square Dance Club 1,25 Football 1,2,3,4g Yearbook Staff 4: Class Commit-
tees 1,2,3,4 . . . "What! Another demeritr' . . , grease monkey , . . "under
the circumstances" . . . always lends a helping hand . , . future mechanic,
PETER W, PELLERIN "Pete"
"Being outdoors is the pleasure of life,"
Football 1,4g Cross Country 2.3: Track 2,3,4 . . ."Oh, come on!" , , ,another
Landry . . . oh, those eyes! . . . one of the "Mud Guards" . , , future Air-
and song , , , always got an answer.
'What we need most is not so much to realize the ideal as to idealize the
Square Dance Club lg Carnival Court 1,33 Hi-Y l,3,4g Dramatics Club 35
Glee Club lg Yearbook Staff 45 Air-raid Messenger 35 Class Dance Commit-
tees l,3,4 . , , "Mon Dieu!" . . . neat, petite, and hard to beat . . . Pretty
eyes . . . lives by the lake . . . will start at U,N,H. this fall,
RICHARD F. PESCINSKI Dick
"All the world may not love a lover but all the world watches htm
Football lg Basketball 2,3,4g Track 2,3 Baseball 3 4 Cross Country 2 3
"Just like it had eyes!" . , . flirty eyes and dancing feet wine women
BEVERLY A. PIPER ev
"Music drives one s woes away
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Girls Choir 2,3,4g Dues Collector 2 Point Staff 4 sings
like a canary . . . nice personality quiet disposition headed for
PATRICIA ANN RICHARDSON "Pat"
"Wherever there is a human being there is an opportunity for kindness,"
Glee Club 1,33 Dramatics Club 3,45 Point Staff 3,4g Yearbook Staff 4g Class
Committees 1,2,3,4 . . . "That's the way the ball bounces!" . . . "Paul" . , ,
has a good eye for sailors . . . cheerful and friendly . . . fun to be with , , ,
headed for business school,
BARBARA A. ROUSSEAU "Barb"
"Quiet persons are welcome everywhere,"
Dues Collector 1: Glee Club 1,2,3,4: Dramatics Club 2g Librarian 43 Year-
book Staff 4g Class Committees 1,2,3,4 . . ."Miss Homemaker" School Con-
test winner . . . personality plus , . . everyone's friend . . . pretty black hair
, . , "Let me clue ya" . . . will teach Commercial Course,
PHYLLIS R. ROUSSEAU "Phy1"
"Let me die to the sounds of delicious music,"
Glee Club 1,2,3,4g Point Staff 3,43 Girl's Choir 126.96.36.199 . . ."Oh, dam!" , , ,
"Eddie" , . , loves U. S. I-listory??I! . . . future beautician,
ROBERTA V. SHAW "Berta"
"Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined."
Glee Club 1,2,3g Girls' Choir 2,3,4g Hi-Y 1,2,3,4g Librarian 4g Yearbook Staff
45 Youth and Government Delegate 33 Band 1,2, 2nd Lt. 3, Captain 4: Hi-Y
2,3p-- V. Pres. 1. Pres. 4 . . . Let's Shag! !" . . .Berta and her green Dodge
. . . Crowning Glory . . . nice clothes , , ,a wit with words. . .future medi-
JULIA KATHERINE SLIVA "Julie"
" A little work, a little play."
Glee Club 1,2,3,45 F.H.A, Club 2 . . . "Glory beg Ain't that a shame!" , ,
a good homemaker , . , talkative . . . always good natured.
BARBARA JANE SMITH "Janie"
"Patience is the art of hoping,"
Square Dance Club 15 Hi-Y 1,2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Girl's Choir 1,2,3,45
Dues Collector 15 All-State Choir 8,45 Dramatics Club 2,3,45 N, H, Drama
Festival 3,45 Assembly Committee 45 Yearbook Staff 45 Point Staff 1,25
Magazine Sales Captain 4 , , , "Absence makes the heart grow fonder," . , .
red-head . . .good actress and singer. . . "scoots" around in a blue jeep . . ,
"Bill" . , , headed for Tufts College to be a Physical Therapist,
HELEN E. STINSON
"Life without sports is not life,"
Girls Basketball 1,2,35 Square Dance Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 1,25 Yearbook
Staff 45 Point Staff 45 Class Committees 1,2,3,45 Class Executive Committee
3 . . . "Sounds good!" , , , a cute kid . . . loves basketball . . . a whiz in
shorthand . . . "Sonny" , , , a future secretary,
JOAN M, WHITE "Ioanie"
"The thing that goes the farthest towards making life worth while,
That costs the least, and does the most is just a pleasant smile."
Glee Club 1,25 Softball 15 Scholastic letter 25 Yearbook Staff 45 Girl's Choir
25 Point staff 45 Class Committees 1,2,3,4 . . ."Gee whiz!" . . . a nice smile
hard worker . . . always willing to help , , . pretty hair, , ,will make a good
secretary , , , loves to drive Mercurys,
GLENN L. CILLEY
"The more you say, the less people remember. The fewer the words, the
greater the profit,"
Basketball 1,23 Hi-Y 1,2,3gI-'ootball 33 Cross-Country 2, , , "You're insane!"
, , , shy and quiet , , , the man with the sideburns . . . will find a future in
the Navy or the Army.
The Class of 1956 would like to extend its deepest appreciation to
those who have helped us most during our four years at Franklin High
Our Freshman Class advisor
Miss June Dolloff guided us through our first
year and started us on the straight path to class
success. Thank you, Miss Dolloff, Your help-
fulness will always be remembered.
Our Sophomore Class advisor
Mrs. Irene Kidder helped us plan our suc-
cessful Holiday Hop and gave us a wonde rful year
as our advisor. We met our second crossroad
under her guidance and were sent on the straight
way. Thank you, Mrs. Kidder, for your guidance.
"What: The Seniors won again? !"
We worked hard, as always, to win the Winter Carni-
val, but again the upperclassmen defeated us. In our
sophomore year, Nancy Routhier was our queen. Janet
Aube, Joyce Carignan, and Carol Zak comprised her
In our sophomore year, we took the road to Sunapee
State Park for our class trip, When we got there,we found
the beach pretty well deserted, and many of ns walked a
few miles to where there was a souvenir store and soda
fountain and where we went on the chair lift. .
In our junior year it was a close race between Joyce
Carignan and George Manyan, but Joyce won and served
her second term as president. Andy Bergeron was Vice-
president and Nancy Routhier, Secretary. Janet Aube was
our treasurer, but when she left school early in '55 to be
married, Mary Burke took over the office. Mr, Hancox
was our class advisor,
"Oh, no! Not agaim! !"
One of the most exciting events was the Winter Car-
niv al, We were tied with the Seniors until the final day
when ticket sales were announced and they took over the
lead and won! None of us who helped with snow sculp-
turing will ever forget How Mr. Hancox pitched in and
worked sohard to help us. We constructed a polar bear,
whale, and class numerals, although none of them
brought us first place. Janet Aube was our queen, In her
court were Nancy Routhier, Jean Currier, and Jean Pierce,
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The theme of our Junior Prom was Fantasyland, What
atime we had decorating for it! The crepe paper we had
ordered didn't arrive until the last minute, and when it
finally did arrive, Joyce was overcome with joy, Re-
member that old rickety ladder someone had to climb to
hang up the paper streamers? And remember how Mr.
Hancox was always there to help us in every way he
could? We got off on the wrong roadwhen we got the
Wildcats for our orchestra, They seemed to be playing
music which must have come from some fantasyland in
a bottle. But, all in all, our Junior Prom was a huge suc-
We went to Wellington Beach again for our class trip,
What fun we had teasing "Ozzie"!
I SZINIOIQ5' I
As seniors, we had come to the last stage of our jour-
ney in high school, Some of us had worked hard in the
past, while others had just coasted along. It was up to us
now to work hard. for soon we would be out on our own:
and the paths we would take at the crossroads would depend
largely on our years in high school,
Joyce defeated Andrew Bergeron by a narrow margin
and again became our President, Jean Currier was our
Vice-president, Nancy Routhier, Secretary, and Carol
Zak, Treasurer, Mrs. Pickess was our class advisor,
As a class we are proud of our success in theWinter
Carnival. Jean Currier was our queen, and Roberta Shaw,
Ioan White, and Lorraine Elliott were in her court,
The yearbook was a big enterprise in our last year,
Mrs, Rose, Mrs, Currier, and Mrs, Pickess helped us with
it, Mary Burke was our editor and Eddie Durgin, co-edi-
tor. It was quite a job meeting those deadlines but it was
worth it when at last we got the result of our labor -- our
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Everything came so fast, and there was so much to do
in so little time -- graduation pictures, name cards, caps
and gowns, invitations, class-day parade, our wonderful
prom, signing yearbooks, and then our final class trip to-
gether. When we finally walked up to receive our diplo-
mas, each of us knew he probably had a long way to go
yet on the road of life, but that he would never forget the
past four years which were among the most important in
his entire life,
When we look back, it seems like only yesterday that
we were out taking school census to earn that S100 for
our treasury, How the time has flown since that big
Physical Education controversy in our Sophomore year,
and since the day when we probably slipped our class
ring on for the first time. Who will ever forget our class
megtings in our senior year with so many important things
to o 2
No matter how far we may go or what fate has in store
for us, we will never forget the many crossroads we met
or the many adventures we had in passing them in our
years at F,H,S,
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We, the class of 1956, do on this
date, being of poor health and inde-
finite mind, herewith undertake our
last will and testament.
To Franklin High School we be-
queath our desks upon which are in-
delibly inscribed our names.
To the teachers we extend our ap-
preciationfor having gone above and
beyond the call of duty and for with-
standing the storm.
To our parents we leave our un-
dying gratitude and love for the mil-
lion and one things they have unsel-
fishly given us.
ANDREW BERGERON leaves his Boy
Scout uniform to George Gauthier.
JOYCE CARIGNANbequeaths her ex-
ecutive ability to Penny Pope.
ROBERT AMSDEN and FOREST
MILLS leave their chemical recipes
to anyone wishing to commit suicide.
JEAN CURRIER bestows her ability
to stay on the "A"honor roll to any-
one who can stay there, too.
CAROL ZAK and LAURIE ELLIOTT
leave their peppy cheerleading to
Diane Wiser and Cecile Laroche.
JANE SMITH, RONNIE LECLERC
and BARB ROUSSEAU leave their
home permanent technique to Joyce
Emery, Mary Greene, and Carol
RUTH PEASE leaves her spelling
list to Ernest LaPlante.
PAT LAPLANTE gives her Period I
office position to any efficient Junior.
LARRY BOYCE1eaves as fast as he
MARCIA BICKFORD bequeaths her
ability to do her homework fast to
HELEN STINSON leaves for "Sonny"
PAUL FROST leaves his speed to
NANCY CAMP leaves her noon hour
strolls to Norma White.
JEAN PIERCE gives her height to the
DICK GILMAN sets out for Concord.
JOAN WHITE leaves her co,mmuter's
ticket to Natalie Cate.
BOB GILMAN gives a warning -----
"Hands off Joyce!"
ROLAND MAHEU leaves town to hop
BERTA SHAW leaves her car to
Nancy Ernest so she won't have to
walk to school next year.
GEORGE MANYAN wills his strug-
gle -buggy to Bobby Nelson.
ED BEAUDOIN leaves his nice smile
to Lloyd LaQuire.
MARY ANN LECOURT leaves her
argumentative ways to Beverly
PETE PELLERIN leaves "Bud" Rous-
seau to follow in his "tracks".
JUDY MIQUELON leaves her sophis-
ticated ways to Paula Paddleford.
RAE GOSSELIN leaves her slick
hair-do to Beverly Gilpatric.
JERRY DRAPER and DEL LAM-
BERT will their "hot rods" to any-
one who likes to live dangerously.
DICK PESCINSKI and BILLY
DOWNES give their magnetic attrac-
tion for women to Bill Brown and Pete
NEIL LAUGHY leaves his artistic
ability to Barb Wallace.
SY LVIA NADEAU and DICKIE AND-
REWS leave their ability to get into
trouble to Nancy Willis and Angus Mc
RUTH O'BRIEN bequeaths her quiet
ways to Phyllis Bolstridge.
GLENN CILLEY leaves us won-
ROGER DAY returns his book col-
lection to Mickey Spillane.
CHRISTY LIOLIS leaves school ----
but we wish he'd leave his '55 Pontiac
HUBIE PARKER leaves under the
NANCY ROUTHIER bestows her win-
ning smile on Nancy Rowe.
PETER MICHAUD leaves the Chem
lab in one piece, we hope!
MARLENE DUFF and BEVERLY
PIPER donate their extraordinary
voices to Peggy Cooley and Elaine
JOAN JOHNSON leaves her giggles to
BARB FURLONG leaves her flirty
ways to Gail Randall.
HOWARD CATE, KENNY GARAND,
and BILL BRUSSEAU leave Mrs.
Rose a happy woman.
FRANK ABBOTT departs from
Franklin High School to help Nancy
shine her diamond.
ELWYN EASTMAN refuses to leave
his memories of Franklin High
MIKE ENGLAND "weaves" his bas-
BILL GLINES leaves, still hoping
his Yankees win the pennant.
PAT RICHARDSON leaves with the
MARY HOWE wills her recipe to lose
weight to Jane Young.
MILLIE BROWNleaves because she
ROSE LAROGHE leaves her short-
hand book to Annette Genest.
MARJORIE KIMBALL bestows her
loud voice on Ernest Elliott.
STANLEY BERUBE leaves his shoe
boxes to Mike Mullavey.
PHYLLIS ROUSSEAU r e f u s e s t o
leave her "Carr".
JACKIE DYER leaves her front seat
in Home Ec. to Edith Keyser.
JULIA SLIVA leaves her male ad-
mirers long enough to get her di-
JOAN BRYSON refuses to leave her
camerabecause she needs it for fu-
EDDIE DURGIN leaves his position
as co-editor of the yearbook to any
MARY BURKE leaves hoping next
year's yearbook staff will be as ef-
ficient as this year's.
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Class of 1957
SEATED: Linda Dickerson,
president: Mr. McAlduff, ad-
visor. STANDING: Carol Pan-
dini, secretary: Alfred Karl-
berg, vice-president: Beverly
The Junior Class has traveled
three-fourths of the way to its first
They have been active in sports,
cheerleading, and other student ac-
tivities. Everyone had a memorable
time at the Junior Prom. The Jun-
iors are very proud of their class
rings, which they will cherish always
as a reminder of their years at
HOME ROOMS 32 Sr 36
FIRST ROW: Mr. Sarkesian, Florence Stinson, Joan
Williams, Mary Gauthier, Simonne LaBonte, Adrienne
Patch, Olive Lowell, Mr. O'Connor. SECOND ROW:
Earl Sanborn, Alfred Maheu, Betty Hawthorne, Claire
Gauthier, Alice Buczynski, Edward Hanley, Ronald
Dube. THIRD ROW: Virginia Cilley,Patricia Durgin,
Judith Yacopucci, Madeline Smith, Joyce Reeves,
Beverly Sargent, Bette Boomhower. FOURTH ROW:
Bradley Kidder, Ernest Elliott, Frank Morey, Gerard
Deguise, Theodore Morrell, Ellsworth Edmunds.
FIRST ROW: Patricia Hanks, Geraldine Barry, Helen Ann Pandini, Barbara Gebo, Mr. L. W. Philbrick.
Bersaw, Betty Twombly, Norma White, Edith Keyser, THIRD ROW: Lawrence Nadeau, Donald Longfellow,
Theresa Lavertu, Wanda Sliva, Patricia Ruel. SEC- Arthur Moody,Harold Graham, Alfred Karlberg, Rich-
OND ROW: Carol Shaw, Joanne Roy, Lorna Durgin, ard Hoyt, Edward Duncan, Albert Cote.
Linda Dickerson, Jane Ericksen,Lynda Forsyth, Carol
HOME ROOM 35
HOME ROOM 33
FIRST ROW: Georgiana Barry, Adrienne Legare, Jane f16gUSSS,Albert Beaupre, Sandra Shaw, Elaine Roy, Joan
Young, Pauline St. Pierre. SECOND ROW: Karol Drugg. FOURTH ROW: Gary Mumblo, Paul Mercier,
Kelley, Nancy Ernest, Marlene Cote, Margaret Coo- Raymond .Desrochers, Brent Belanger, James Rioux,
ley,Lois Waltos, Annette Genest, Mrs. Miller. THIRD Robert Nelson, Robert Seamans.
ROW: Margaret LaPlante, Sally Hoitt, Sheilah En-
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SITTING: President, Terral
Pope: Advisor. Mrs. Kidder
Diane Wiser: Treasurer, Nor-
man Dusting Secretary, Denise
Class of 19 8
Mrs. Kidder has again guided a
class through a successful year.
This year's Sophomore Class had
their annual Holiday Hop, working
hard and coming up with a truimph.
FRONT ROW: Margaret Colby, Joanne Boomhower,
Frances Brown. Jean Masse , Joan Beaupre, Phyllis
Woods, Patricia LaGasse, Thelma Brophy, Miss Clark:
SECOND ROW: Clarence Ed mun ds, Paul Harbour.
George Furlong, Robert Duff, Robert Goings, Terral
They were good sports and fought
hard all the way through the Winter
Carnival. The Class of '56 wishes
the Sophomores the very best of luck
in their two remaining years.
Pope, Roger Hanks: THIRD ROW: S an dra Legare,
Irene Ericksen, Edith O'Brien, Kathryn Walters, Nata-
lie Cate, Beverly Adams, Loretta Belangerg FOURTH
ROW: M ic h a el Thomas, Daniel Mathieu, Charles
Cook, William Keyser, William Springer, John Prince.
HOME ROOM 17
FRONT ROW: Valerie Winters, Janice DuBois, Joyce LaPlante, Louisa Barton, Nancy Rowe, Gertrude El-
Mercier, Anne Sullivan, Denise Kidder, Rose Marie liot, Joanne Higgins, Nancy Willis, Sandra Rousseau:
St. Pierre, Elaine Longfellow, Blanche Yeaton, Mrs. FOURTH ROW: JosephRayno, Benjamin Brown, Peter
Kidder: SECOND ROW: Robert Proulx, Robert Abbott, Burleigh, Guy Haynes, Paul Michel, John Bushman,
George Gauthier, James Keegan, Denis Rousseau, Robert Beauchemin, Raymond Laramie.
Thomas Pouliot, Ralph Trottier: THIRD ROW: Rita
HOME ROOM 15
FRONT ROW: Beverly England, Phyllis Bolstridge, Wallace, Paul Whitcomb, Albert Svenson: THIRD
Robin Lyon, Sandra Flanders, Donna Tibbetts, Janet ROW: Roger Rowell, Philip Rousseau, Norman Dustin,
Chase,Cecile LaRoche, Carolyn Keyser, Miss Peller- David Boyce, Robert Wallace, Peter Berube, James
ing SECOND ROW: Ernest LaPlante, David Lozey. Boyle, Robert Barneetz, Oscar Goodwin.
Nelly Pease, Diane Wiser, Cecile Morrell, Barbara
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FIRST ROW: Sondra Cross, Ruth Blanchard, Deanna
Hoyt, Sandra Shaw, Dolores Lancaster, Miss Dolloff,
SECOND ROW: Raymond Drapeau, Angus Mclver,
John Hedgepath, Charles Dalton, Robert Rioux. THIRD
ROW: Jean Taylor, Emma Cilley, Marjorie Webber,
Joyce Emery, Kay Glidden, Jean Laughy. FOURTH
ROW: Martin Dustin, Daniel Kelley, Louis Genest,
George Rousseau, Walter Paquette, David Toupin.
HOME ROOM 26.
SEATED left to right: Penelope Pope,
president, Miss Dolloff, advisor.
STANDING: Frank St. Pierre,treasurerg
Barbara Edmunds, se c re t a ry g Richard
HOME ROOM 3 1.
FIRST ROW: Marjorie Flanders,Anna Nadeau, Kath-
leen Sanborn, Patricia Brouillard, Pauline Meader,
Gail Varney. SECOND ROW: Alfred Elliott, David
Higgins,Douglas Woodward, Richard Thompson, Jos-
eph Cummings, Richard Kenney, Alan Doherty, Roger
Bourdeau, Mrs. Davidson. THIRD ROW: Annette
Mercier, Christine Hammond, Lillian Robinson, Zarne
Dufault, Janet Davis, Pauline Beaupre, Janet Anshe-
witz. FOURTH ROW: Robert L. Gilman, Robert Le-
clerc, Douglas Carignan, Richard Karlberg, Geoffrey
Cobden, Ronald Corriveau, Keith Strickland, Lloyd
FIRST ROW: Judith Tibbetts, Gail Randall, Barbara
Cote, Jeanne LaRoche, Cecile Addison, lla Douglas.
SECOND ROW: William Mathaisell, Ray Franklin,
David Lamothe, Edna Michel, Richard Elliott, Richard
Keegan, Warren Fletcher, Mr. McAlduff. THIRD ROW:
Paula Paddleford, Elaine Carignan, Neoma Wallace,
Carol Cook, Jean Brown, Roberta Howe. FOURTH
ROW: Charles Cunningham, Roger Dumond, Harry
Rogers, Roger Davis, Richard Shaw, Dennis Laramie.
HOME ROOM 23.
Class of 19 9
The Freshman Class has shown
wonderful co-operation and sports-
manship during their first year at
We are sure that their spirit and
leadership will continue to grow to
make the class of '59 very success-
ful in their future years at Franklin
High, and that, as they come to new
crossroads, they will use the same
good judgment as they have this past
HOME ROOM 2 7.
FIRST ROW: Richard Dubois,Carolyn Turner,Loretta
Kadlec, Laurel Magoon, Lawrence Rowell. SECOND
ROW: Carol Coates, Madeline LeBlanc, Barbara Gil-
man, Mary Kelley, Constance Calley, Jane Davis,
Patricia Hemeon, Mr. Crowley. THIRD ROW: Bar-
bara Edmunds, Elaine McKenven, Jo-Ann Guay, Pene-
lope Pope,Charlotte Brailey, Regina LaPlante, Gloria
Boisclair. FOURTH ROW: Frank St. Pierre, Richard
Tessier, David Menard, Michael Mullavey, George
Comeau, Richard Wiser, Richard Dionne.
KNEELING: Sally Hoitt, Lorraine Elliott
Irene Erickseng STANDING: Pat Ruel
F. H. S. Cheerleaders
Though both cheering squads are small this year, they seem to have plenty
ofpep. The girls in the blue and gold uniforms are seen at every game leading
applause for their team.
Many thanks must be given to these girls who earnestly tried to please their
fellow students at all times. Their spirit and pep will be remembered by all who
have followed them through the lusty yells.
K N E E LIN G : Cecile LaRoche, Diane
Wiserg STANDING: Loretta Belanger,
Joyce Carignan, Carol Zak, Nancy Er-
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FIRST ROW, left to right: Edward Durgin, Roberta
Shaw, Mary Ann LeCourt, Jean Currier, Jean Pierce,
Patricia LaPlante, Mary Burke, Mrs. Rose, advisor.
SECOND ROW: Hubert Parker, Lorraine Elliott, Mary
Howe, Joan White, Carol Zak, Ioan Johnson, Joyce
Carignan, Joan Bryson, Ronald Leclerc, Kenneth
Garand,Barbara Furlong. THIRD ROW: Neil Laughy,
Wilfred Brusseau, Helen Stinson, Marcia Bickford,
Ruth Pease,Patricia Richardson, Ruth O'Brien, Barbara
Rousseau. FOURTH ROW: CarolPandini, Sally Hoitt,
Jane Smith, Judy Miquelon, Rose Laroche, William
The Yearbook Staff
Editor . . . Mary Burke, Assistant
Editor . . .Ed Durgin, Business Man-
agers . . . Roberta Shaw and Bar-
bara Furlong, Chairmen of Commit-
tees: Typists and Proof Readers,
Rose Larocheg Boys' Sports, Billy
Brusseaug Class Song, Jane Smith,
Class History, Helen Stinson, Class
Prophecy, Jean Pierce, Class Will,
Judy Miquelon, Senior Personals,
Jane Smith, Social Activities, Jean
Currier, Superlatives, Carol Zak,
Teacher's Personals, Joan Bryson,
Layout, Helen Stinson.
Without our advisors, Mrs. Rose,
Mrs. Currier, and Mrs. Pickess, who
have given us much encouragement,
this annual would have been impos-
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FIRST ROW: Linda Dickerson, Kenneth Garand, Jean
Currier, Nancy Routhier. SECOND ROW: Joyce Mer-
cier, Mr. Burleigh, advisor, Mary Burke, Irene Erick-
sen, Sally I-loitt, Nancy Rowe, Penelope Pope, Edward
Hanley, Joyce Carignan, Paul Frost. THIRD ROW:
Dennis Rousseau, Neil Laughy, Guy Haynes, Bradley
Kidder, Richard Karlberg. FOURTH ROW: Wilfred
Brusseau, James Rioux, Alfred Karlberg, Brent Belang-
er, Robert Amsden, George Rousseau.
Student Government is the organ-
ization within Franklin High School
which helps promote good will and
understanding. It is made up of re-
presentatives of all four classes and
handles many student problems.
Student Government also serves
as a service organization. Its out-
standing project is the Winter Carni-
val. This event brings the classes,
as well as individuals, closer and
builds high spirit all over the school.
We shall never forget the beautiful
This representative body has
certainly made Franklin High ahap-
pier and friendlier place.
FIRST ROW: J. Doherty, R. Kenney, C. Turner, T. Kristl, THIRD ROW: A. Doherty, A. Atward, R. Bryant, J. Bush-
Mr, Hall, R. Pierce, W. Fletcher, B. Gilpatrick, D. Hoyt. man,G.Cobden,R. Patch,D. Longfellow. FOURTH ROW
SECOND ROW: 'N. Camp, E. Longfellow. I- Reeves, A. R. Rioux, M. Edmunds, D. Smart, W. Wade, C. Cunning-
Beaupre,C. Braley, E. Carignan, C.Toshack,B. Sargent. ham, L. Kimball, S. Shaw.
Majorettes: B. Twombly, S. Shaw, L. Forsyth, L. Durgin, J. Young.
Our Band and Majorettes
Due to Mr. Hall' s endless efforts and untii-ing
patience, the band has had avery successfulyear .
Though it is small in size, it has been a great
help to various assemblies during the year. It
has also done well in the Christmas and Spring
Concerts,which are open to the public, and has
held the spirit high at the football games.
FIRST ROW: J. Bryson,R.St. Pierre, H. Stinson, J. Reeves,
Mr. McAlduff, Miss Clark, K. Garand, J. Smith, A. Karl-
berg,I. Pierce, R. Laroche, L. Elliott. SECOND ROW: O.
Lowell, D. Kidder, N. Rowe, C. Toshack, R. Pease, S.
Enneguess, S. Hoitt, J. Yacopucci, B, Twombly, C. Zak.
THIRD ROW: C. Pandini, A. Sullivan, J. Boomhower, L.
Belanger,B.Yeaton, R. LaPlante, C. Morrell, G. Randall,
M. LeBlanc, B. Kidder. FOURTH ROW: R. Duff, P. Bur-
leigh, J. Keegan, R. Leclerc, D. Karlberg, B. Downes, B
Brusseau, P. Frost,A. Bergeron, G. Deguise. FIFTH ROW
D. Longfellow, K. Strickland, C. Liolis, S. Berube, N
Dustin,G. Furlong, D. Rousseau, B, Wallace, J. Bushman
B. Belanger, J. Rioux, W. Fletcher.
FIRST ROW: Patricia LaPlante, Marlene Duff, Barbara
Edmunds,JoanIohnson,Joan Williams, Olive Lowell, Jean
Currier. SECOND ROW: Ruth O'Brien, Barbara Wallace,
Barbara Furlong, Lorna Durgin, Phyllis Rousseau, Bette
Boomhower, Louisa Barton, Miss Moses. THIRD ROW: Ro-
berta Shaw, Jane Smith, Sandra Shaw,Beverly Piper, Made-
line Smith,Iudith Yacopucci, Nancy Rowe, Joyce Reeves.
FIRST ROW: E. Longfellow, M. Colby, S. Flanders, P.
St. Pierre, N. Ernest, A. Sullivan, A. Busczynski, J.
Johnson, B. Twombly, P. Ruel, T. Lavertu, J. Carignan,
J. Pierce,J. Chase. SECOND ROW: E. Roy, R. Shaw,
Mr. Harris, M. Cooley, M. LaPlante, E. O'Brien, C.
Toshack, D. Wiser, N. Rowe, B. Wallace, B. Boom-
hower, S. Legare, M. Burke, R. O'Brien, L. Belanger.
THIRD ROW: C. Zak, C. Gauthier, B. Sargent, I.
Ericksen,J. Reeves, S. Hoitt, S. Enneguess, L. Elliott,
J. Ericksen,J. Yacopucci, N. Camp, J. Smith, J. Roy,
Miss Dolloff, N. Routhier, P. Frost. FOURTH ROW:
1. Rayno, W. Brusseau, M. Thomas, G. Furlong, M.
Dustin, J. Bushman, K. Garand, P. Burleigh, N. Laughy,
G. Manvan, R. Duff, D. Rousseau, M. Cote, B. Furlong.
FIFTH ROW: A.Cote, R. Abbott, W. Springer, C. Mc-
Adams,W. Keyser,A. Karlberg, B. Belanger, R. Wal-
lace, C. Liolis, J. Rioux, W. Downes, J. Draper, D.
lpha and Beta Hi-Y
The Alpha and Beta Hi-Y Clubs
have been very active this past year,
attending the rally at the Belknap
Area, the Dartmouth vs Cornell game
and Boys' and Girls' Conierence.
FIRST ROW: A. Doherty, G. Varney, C. Turner, J.
Taylor, D. Hoyt, M. LeBlanc, B. Gilpatric, P. Hemeon,
G. Randall, L. Kadlec, M. Flanders, W. Fletcher. SEC -
OND ROW: G.Boisclair, B. Gilman, P. Pope, E. Car-
ignan, L. Robinson, Z. Dufault, N. Wallace, R. Howe,
Miss Dolloff, Miss Clark, Mr.
Harris and Mr. Taylor's efforts have
certainly been appreciated not only
by the graduating Seniors, but also
by the rest of the club.
C. Calley, B. Edmunds, Advisor, Miss Clark. THIRD
ROW: Advisor, Mr.Taylor, R. Drapeau, D. Carignan,
R. Karlberg, M.Mullavey, G. Cobden, H. Rogers, M.
Ames, K. Strickland, R. Gilman, R. Wiser.
FIRST ROW: Rose Laroche, Mrs. Davidson, advisor,
JeanCurrier. SECOND ROW: Patricia LaPlante, Thel-
ma Brophy, Joanne Boomhower, Joan Bryson, Ann
Sullivan, Joan Nastasia, Beverly Gilpatric, Madeline
Leblanc, Regina LaPlante, Joan Williams, Sandra
Flanders, Blanche Yeaton, Mary Ann LeCourt. THIRD
ROW: Joanne Higgins, Beverly Adams, Marlene Cote,
Loretta Belanger, Helen Stinson, Phyllis Rousseau,
Mary Greene, Betty Ann Twombly, Alice Buczynski,
Joan White, Nancy Willis. FOURTH ROW: Albert
Svenson, Roger Rowell, Richard Keegan, Judy Yaca-
pucci,Lorraine Elliott,Barbara Rousseau, Jane Erick-
sen,Ceci1e Morrell, Patricia Richardson, Ruth Pease,
THE POINT is published quarterly
and the material, submitted by stu-
dents from all the classes, is typed
by Mrs. Pickess' Office Practice
class. The contents consist of
stories, jokes, class and school
news, fashions, polls, editorials, and
the most read section--the gossip
about classmates. There are also
small publications for special
events. Mrs. Davidson, who has
given her time and effort so freely,
shall always be remembered by the
seniors as they meet new cross-
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FIRST ROW: Jean Taylor, Beverly Gilpatric, Jacquelyn Gilman. THIRD ROW: Rose Laroche, Linda Dickerson,
Dyer, Cecile Addison, Miss Pellerin. SECOND ROW: Mary Barbara Rousseau, Roberta Shaw, Mary Burke.
Gauthier, Sylvia Nadeau, Ruth O'Brien, Carol Zak, Barbara
Project or Operators
FIRST ROW: Nancy Routhiler,RoberLa Shaw,Mary Gauthier, mothe, Roger Hanks. THIRD ROW: Michael England,
Joan Johnson, Beverly Ada ms, Jean Currier. SECOND ROW: Geoffrey Cobden, Robert Amsden. William Keyser, Charles
Mr. Burleigh, Albert Svenson, Richard Wiser, David La- Cook, Wilfred Brusseau.
FIRST ROW: Denis Rousseau, Mr. Philbrick, Theodore Bradley Kidder. Alfred Maheu, Paul Michel, Peter Bur-
Morrell Charles McAdams, Mr.Brusseau, Richard Thomp- leigh, James Keegan, Albert Svenson.
son SECOND ROW: Benjamin Brown, Wilfred Brusseau,
The Key Clubis a Kiwanis-
sponsored organization con-
sisting of high school boys. It
is a service club and is at all
times under the supervision of
In the past, the Key Club has
helped with the Red Cross
Bloodmobile when it was in
Franklin. As a service to the
school, it has installed a two-
way buzzer system in the head-
This year the club got off
to a late but good start. The
president is Roland Maheu, the
faculty advisor, Mr. Leonard
Philbrick, and the Kiwanis ad-
visor is Mr. Wilfred Brusseau.
The secretaryis Alfred Maheu
andthe treasurer, James Kee-
' SITTING: Nancy Rowe, Sally Hoitt, Miss Clark, Jane Smith.
STANDING: Joyce Mercier, James Rioux, Jean Currier.
Through the years the
Assembly Committee has
done a fine job in bringing
us excellent assemblies.
Every year there is a
Christmas assembly, and a
number of other assemblies
are held throughout the year.
The latest assembly featur-
ing Mr. King, a well-known
and talented singer, was one
ofthe best we have ever had.
We hope that the committee
will continue to bring us
such excellent programs.
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seau, Michael Mullavey, Carl Colby, Douglas Carignan. Richard Keegan, Alan Doherty, James Boyle,
STANDING: Mr.O'Rourke, Thomas McNally, Paul Cash-
Freshmen Basketball quad
Junior Varsity Basketball Team
KNEE LING: William Keyser, Robert Seamans, Arthur Rayno, David Boyce, Peter Berube, Mr. Melkonian.
Moody, Edward Cross. STANDING: Ralph Trottier, Ioseph
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KNEELING: Brent Belanger, Gary Mumblo, Wilfred Brus-
seau, Gerald Draper, Richard Pescinski. STANDING: Ken
Garand, Neil Laughy, William Downes, Richard Hoyt, Brad -
ley Kidder, Richard Andrews, Mr. Sarkesian.
Varsity Basketball Team
The varsity basketball team had a
good season this year. Under the coach-
ing of Mr. Sarkesian we won 11 and lost
3 in class B competition. Franklin's bid
for the class B championship was bol-
stered when they trounced Pinkerton 74
to 53, only to be beaten by highly regard-
ed and later champions, Gorham, 78 to
72. The team this year will be losing
six seniors: Jerry Draper, Bill Downes,
Neil Laughy, Dick Pescincki, Billy Brus -
seau, and Dick Andrews.
Mr. Melkonian handled our J. V. team
this year, and although they didn't have
an impressive record, they were a
scrappy ball club. Probably their best
game was when they defeated St. John's
by one point on our home court. The J.
V's ought to strengthen the varsity con-
siderably next year.
This was the first year Franklin has
had a freshman team in basketball.
Under the direction of Mr. O'Rourke
they had a very impressive season. Lots
of luck to them in the future.
OPPONENTS SCORE FRANKLIN
Tilton-North 46 64
Ashland 35 90
Plymouth 56 60
Penacook 40 64
Laconia 43 33
Alumni 51 48
Plymouth 69 84
Tilton-North 47 60
TOw1e 41 44
Meredith 53 66
Towle 55 46
Ashland 55 62
St. John 77 61
Penacook 47 77
St. John 73 70
Laconia 62 61
Meredith 66 78
FIRST ROW: Ronald Leclerc, Hubert Parker, Frank
Abbott, Neil Laughy,George Manyan, Roland Maheu,
Peter Pellerin, SECOND ROW: William Springer,
Gary Mumblo, Richard Thompson, Peter Berube,
Robert Beauchemin, Raymond Laramie, Paul Mercier,
Roger Hanks. THIRD ROW: Coaches O'Rourke and
Sarkesian, James Boyle, Edward Cross, Bradley Kidder,
Dennis Rousseau, Robert Wallace, George Rousseau,
and Coach Melkonian.
The Football Squad
This year our football team suf-
fered eight straight setbacks at the
hands of teams which outweighed and
overpower our small, inexperi-
enced team. It wasn't, however, be-
cause our boys didn't play their
hearts and souls out in these games,
but because we were literally over-
whelmed by our bigger and more ex-
This year under our new coaches,
Messrs: Sarkesian, Melkonian, and
O'Rourke, a new offense was intro-
duced to the team. With this new of-
fense the team was able to score
enough points to equal the combined
scores of the past three years.
The Senior Class is proud of its
contributionto our footballteam. We
congratulate Paul Frost, Neil
Laughy, George Manyan, Ronnie Le-
clerc, Hubie Parker, Frank Abbott,
who was the outstanding player of this
year in Mr. Sarkesian's point of view,
and Pete Pellerin, who was terrific
as a first year man.
Even though this year's team
wasn't a successful one, Mr. Sar-
kesian expresses great hopes for
next year's squad. So the Senior
Class leaves Franklin High wishing
the best of luck to the football team of
Peter Pellerin Neil Laughy
F rank Abbott
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KNEELING: R. Gilman,R.Gi1man,C. McAdams,D. Boyce, STANDING: Mr. O'Rourke, L. Boyce, J. Prince, J. Boyle,
R. Pescinski, P.Berube, G. Rousseau. P. Pellerin, P. Frost. N. Laughy, P. Rousseau, D. Menard, A. Beaupre.
As we go to press, baseball is still
in the future, but we have great hopes
for this year's team. A veteran team
will be returning, led by four seniors:
Bill Downes, Ronnie Leclerc, Stan Be-
rube, and BillyBrusseau. Messrs. Sar-
kesian and Melkonian will coach this
year's squad and intend to have a win-
ning team. So we wish the team good
luck in their season.
KNEELING: R. Keegan, B. Glines, A. Mclver, R. Dubois.
FIRST ROW: A.Doherry, R. Hanks, C. Dalton, L. Laquire,
D. Carignan, K. Strickland, G. Comeau, A. Svenson, E.
Laplante. SECOND ROW: Mr. Sarkesian, E. Hanley, D.
Rousseau,E. Duncan, G. Mumblo, B. Kidder, R. Bushman,
Mr. O'Rourke has taken over the
track team this year and he has an ex-
perienced squad to command. Seven
seniors are on the team: Bob and Dick
Gilman, Dick Pescinski, Pete Pellerin,
Paul Frost, Larry Boyce, and Neil
Laughy. This year our team should be
areal threat in class B competition and,
who knows, may even bring home the
B. Brown, R. Leclerc, J. Rayno, M. Dustin, Mr. Melkonian.
THIRD ROW: A. Moody, W. Downes, P. Michel, W. Keyser,
B.Belanger, S. Berube, W. Springer, C. Cook, N. Dustin,
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1956 Winter Carnival
All Bow For The Sovereign
Amid the soft pas-
tels of the court, Jean
Currier and Paul Frost
were crowned the
reigning sovereigns of
the 1956 Winter Carni-
After three weeks
of boisterous competi-
tion the Seniors won.
All the classes dis-
played good sports-
manship even though
the Seniors kept a
definite lead all the
Adding to the charm
of the ceremony were
the train bearers-
Richard Currier, the
Queen's nephew, and
FIRST ROW: J. Mercier, E. O'Brien, B. Sargent, N. Rowe, inson, M. Burke, R. Laroche, R. Shaw. SECOND ROW:
Hoitt,J. Ericksen, C. Pandini, J. White, G. Rousseau, J. Rayno, J. Boyle, B. Kidder, J. Bushman, R. Hoyt, A.
Edmunds, C. Calley, L. Elliott, G. Boisclair, L. Rob- Karlberg, B. Belanger, S.Berube,W.Springer,R. Currier,
ueen Jean 81 King Paul Reign Q
Marcia Carignang the
George Sawicki and
After Mr. and Mrs.
Martin crowned Paul
and Jean as the King
and Queen, there was a
Grand March led by the
new royalty. The re-
ception line was formed
and congratulations and
supplied an enjoyable
program of dance mus -
ic. The court, led by
the King and Queen,
danced the first waltz.
The Royal Court
M, Carignan, L. Barton, D. Carignan, E. Durgin, R. leigh, Z. Dufault, Mr. Martin, J. Carignan, J. Rioux,
Dumond,R. Karlberg, P. Pellerin, A. Bergeron, G. Dra- King Paul Frost,Queen Jean Currier, S. Enneguess, Mrs.
per. THIRD ROW: Mr. Cashman, R. Wiser, Mr. Bur- Martin, Mrs. Burleigh, D. Wiser, R. Abbott.
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The Franklin Journal
Franklin, New Hampshire, 1966
We have come to the
end of the road and this
is what the class of '56
has contributed to the
FRANK ABBOTT is a
happily married man and
has contributed gener-
ously to the population
ROBERT AMSDEN, mas-
ter scientist, has per-
fected his Do-It-Your-
self rocket kit. As he
placed his hand on the
throttle, they all heard
him say, "Go on with the
experiments, Mr. O'Con-
RICHARD ANDREWS is
milking the cows at
has grown a beard and
leads in the cracker
barrel discussions at his
ANDREW BERGERON is
running for President
next election. Good luck,
STANLEY BERUBE is
raising a garden of
MARCIA BICKFORD was
recently appointed head
blackboard washer in
Mrs. Rose's room.
LARRY BOYCE, ROGER
DAY and FORREST
MILLS have undertaken
to move the town of Hill
MILDRED BROWN is
head make -up artist for
was runner-up in the Mr.
America contest. Better
luck next time, Bill.
JOAN BRYSON is a suc-
photographer. Her fa-
vorite model is RACHEL
GOSSELIN who is "Miss
Goldrhein of 1966."
Well, just ask her "what's
MARY B U R K E is
working hard trying to
get her cousin"Trigger"
out of the clink.
NANCY CAMP has won
the title "The Body" for
the tenth consecutive
HOWARD CATE has con-
densed Webster's Dic-
tionary into two words,
yup and nope!
GLENN CILLEY is still
walking across the stage
to get his diploma.
JEAN CURRIER had to
give up teaching the third
grade, the pupils were
a little big to handle. Try
the second or first grade
WILLIAM DOWNES has
replaced Bob Cousey of
JERRY DRAPER has set
a new world's record.
He has gone steady with
fifteen different girls in
the last month.
MARLENE DUFF waved
good-bye and went to see
There have been some
reports that Davy
Crockett is wandering a-
round the N.H. woods.
It is really EDWARD
DURGINwho is a Forest
JACKIE DYER has been
awarded the title "Miss
Co-ordination Plus of
ELWYN EASTMAN has
taken Bob Waterfie1d's
place in pro-football and
as Jane Russell's hus-
LORRAINE ELLIOTT is
helping her favorite
teacher correct papers.
MICHAEL ENGLAND is
President of NBC and is
the author of "Me and My
Shortwave Set". This in-
cidentally has no con-
nection with the Gilman
PAUL FROST can be
seen every Autumn with
paint in hand. He pre-
ferred to keep his true
identity a secret while
can be seen at 11:15
Albert G. Garneau Company
52 Thompson Park.
901 Central Street
Dr. Oliver A. Grenier
408 Central Street
Grevior's Furniture Store
414 Central Street
Griffin Drug Company
330 Central Street
G. W. Griffin Company
93 Memorial Street
352 Central Street
446 Central Street
Hebert Manufacturing Co.
575 Central Street
Holmes 85 Nelson Inc.
361 Central Street
House of Byer Inc.
235 Central Street
Wilfred I. Huntoon 86 Co.
29 Memorial Street
Jeannette's Beauty Salon
323 Central Street
Kaytee Hosiery Mill
E. I. Keegan 86 Company
374 Central Street
Kelley 's Army 86 Navy Store
366 Central Street
Kidder Lumber Company
Dr. Frank J. Kropp
425 Central Street
H. W. Krueger
Registered Professional Engineer
261 Glenwood Avenue
385 Central Street
Lambert's Cut Price Store
401 Central Street
663 Central Street
E. G. 8: E. W. Insurance Co.
384 Central Street
351 Central Street
Dr. Tadeusz Lepianka
408 Central Street
Libby's Esso Servicenter
Thomas T. MacRae
Plumbing 8t Heating
24 Park Street
Mahoney's Welding Engineers
765 Central Street
Marie's Beauty Shop
19 Franklin Street
Dr. Frank J. McQuade
336 Central Street
Millie 's Lunch
14 West Bow Street
Loyal Order of Moose
445 Central Street
Dr. Robert J. Morin
368 Central Street
J. J. Newberry Company
386 Central Street
News 85 Book Shop
362 Central Street
344 Central Street
Parker's Gulf Service Station
Hubert A. Parker, Prop.
168 Central Street
E. M. Perkins Shoe Store
37 Franklin Street
Perry's Cities Service Station
435 Central Street
Pinsonneault Rest Home
73 View Street
F. M. Piper, Printing
235 Central Street
80 West Bow Street
Mr. K. C. Phipps, Jeweler
22 Franklin Street
Prince 85 Stebbins
359 Central Street
Public Service Company
402 Central Street
Raffaelly 's Market
406 Central Street
Rennie's Taxi Service
323 Central Street
Rita's Beauty Shop
153 Pearl Street
Rousseau's Clothing Store
J. P. Barry, Prop.
Roy's Barber Shop
20 Franklin Street
Sandy 's Store 8a Shell Station
Alex Cooper, Prop
760 Central Street
Dr. Robert N. Sawyer
Seaboard Finance Company
Jean M. Shaw Agency
409 Central Street
Shepard 's Wholesale Grocery
12 Canal Street
Shepard Realty Company
27 Memorial Street
159 Central Street
Dt. Paul Smith
384 Central Street
Velma Smith Agency
336 Central Street
Store for Men
340 Central Street
Solomon's Store for Women
336 Central Street
C. P. Stevens Hardware
438 Central Street
J. P. Stevens Co. Inc.
Dr. James Sullivan
10 Franklin Street
235 Central Street
Sunlight Dry Cleaners
O. Leclerc, Prop.
85 School Street
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Surowiec 's Market
26 West Bow Street
Sylvestre 's Market
23 Memorial Street
A. A. Thompson Coal Co.
319 Central Street
Malcolm H. Thompson
Attorney at Law
336 Central Street
Tilton Dress Manufacturing Co.
235 Central Street
Abigail Webster House
South Main Street
Bennett's I. G. A. Super Market
73 North Main Street
Benson Auto Company
28 North Main Street
Boucher's Food Center
407 North Main Street
North Main Street
Dalphond Brothers, Inc.
Mfgrs. 85 Whslrs. of Native Lumber
Andover, N. H.
Daniel Webster Inn 8: Motel
George Gignac, Prop.
84 North Main Street
Dr. Arthur L. Edmunds
Webster Lake Road
Franklin Dairy Sz Dairy Bar
Franklin Wholesale Mart
North Main Street
Frank's Friendly Service
345 North Main Street
Walter B. Furlong
Construction Work 8: Trucking
150 North Main Street
Ackerman's Tydol Service Station
Eaton's I. G. A. Store
Henry B. Trachy Agency
395 Central Street
Truchon's Drug Store
380 Central Street
Val's Barber Shop
325 Central Street
382 Central Street
220 South Main Street
Hearthstone Basket Shop
South Main Street
Hingston Leather Co., Inc.
Louis J. Rolfo, Pres.
North Main Street
Hudson Door Manufacturing Co . , Inc .
Joe 8a Art's Texaco Station
Corner North Main 8LWebster Street
Gardner C. Longfellow
34 South Main Street
Main Street Store
Ruth St Brad Mullavey, Prop.
115 North Main Street
Morri11's Used Cars, Inc.
Webster Lake Road
Morse's Fried Chicken
South Main Street
Nate's Esso Servicenter
215 South Main Street
North Main Street
Jack L. Pinkham, Prop.
North Main Street
17 Memorial Street
Western Auto Associate Store
430 Central Street
Yarn Gift 85 Flower Nook
Dr. Fred Ziegler
418 Central Street
Piper Motor Company
135 North Main Street
Piper's Radio Service
51 North Main Street
Plastic Fabricators Inc.
Frank Stevens, Plant Manager
155 North Main Street
Prescott Oil Company
217 South Main Street
Rego Shell Service Station
40 South Main Street
Carleton W. Roy
Painter 8: Paper Hanger
Webster Lake Road
Thornton 's Barber Shop
Richard Thornton, Prop.
North Main Street
Towne ga Country Furniture
Albert Waterman, Prop.
196 North Main Street
Vamey's Jenny Service Station
North Main Street
H. L. Young Funeral Home
Bradford H. Butler
175 South Main Street
J. W. Ladd Manufacturing Company National Needle Company
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