Franklin High School - Key Yearbook (Franklin, NH)

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.K 1 ,le . .f , rx 15. iw: Ka N . I, X , . -553 IWW iff? L . " . mia-.a.i,.-, X I xv THE KEY xx ' xA., X X FRANKLIN FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL NEW HAMPSHIRE MR. FRANK POLAND who, in his few years with us has become a person much appreciated for his guidance and friendship, is deserving of having his name inscribed in this, our yearbook. 2 Q' - 1 MRS. ANNE ROSE who has taught us the importance of sincere effort and has instilled in us the real- ization of the more useful things in life, is deserving of having her name inscribed in this, our yearbook. 3 l F -to MRS. ROSE for her deep interest and untiring effort in putting out this annual. X.. 'E Jan K . gfoudh , -rue 7 Q nuenzus ' l h..Yf - I- -to MR. POBLENZ for his unselHsh yielding of time and hu- Lnorkwhile taking the pictures for this year- oo . - to MRS. BILODEAU for her co-operation and help in making the financial part of this undertaking successful. Y'RI8 Q- ef Wo Wx- Q Nil - to MR. FLYNN for his advice in laying out and making up this book. -to MISS CLARK for her deep interest in us throughout our - to OSCAR HEBERT for his all-round good will and co-operation high school years. 4 with our plans. 1 i x li y .. ,, AL , qw 3 f ,, ml 5 aw 3 A ,K by , A '35 ,- s if fl .X . 52129 'wh- I. M15 Q W '-1: U 41 '93 A rl:-Q 117 .1 -1 'Hex l Left: MR. RICHARD MARTIN University of New Hampshire, Columbia, Harvard, Degrees: A.B., M.Edg Superintendent of Schools. Right: MR. JOSEPH CASHMAN University of New Hampshire, Boston University, Plymouth Teachers Collegeg Degrees: B.B., M.Edg Headmaster of ju- nior and Senior High Schools. Left: MRS. EVELYN BEAULY Keene Teachers College, Con- cord Business Collegeg Secretary to the Headmaster. Right: MR. JOSEPH BURLEIGH Phillips Exeter Academy, Wor- cester Polytechnic Institute, Dartmouth College, Universi- ty of New Hampshireg Subjects: Mechanical Drawing, Director of Visual Aids, Vice-Principal, Advisor to Student Council. Left: MR. DUSTIN Director of Athletics Right: MISS MARION MOYNIHAN, R.N. M e r c y Hospital, Plymouth Teachers College, Keene Teach- ers College, Degree: R.Ng School Nurse for Franklin, Sanbomton, Hill. 6 if fr .H 'bas Left: MRS. CROSBY Cafeteria Director I 3 a Right: MISS MOSES New England Conservatory of Music, American Institute of Normal Methods: Director: Music in Franklin Schools, Girls Choir, Music Festivals. Right: MRS. ANNE ROSE Meredith College, Raleigh, N C., University of Pennsylvania Degrees: B.A., M.A: Subjects Sophomore and Senior Eng lish: Advisor to Yearbook. Left: MR. FRANK POLAND Amherst Colle e Harvard Un- 2 , iversity: Degrees: B.A. M.A Subjects: Sophomore and Iu- nior English. Left: MISS IEANNETTE G. LEMIRE Plymouth Teachers College, Degree: B.Ed: Subject: Fresh- man English: Advisor to ju- nior Class. Right: MISS NINA E. CLARK Don Academy, University of New Hampshire: Subject: Pub- lic Speaking: Director: Dra- matics Club. Left: MRS. IRENE KIDDER Plymouth Teachers College, Summer sessions of Middlebury, McGill, Boston University, Le Montcel-Iouy en Ioses, France: Taught English to Canadian and South American students at St. Mickel's College: Sub- ject: French 1, 2, 3: Advisor to Sophomore Class. Right: MRS. GRACE T. GUPTILL Plymouth Teachers College: Degree: B. Ed: Subject: Latin Left: MR. FRANK CROWLEY Harvard, University of New Hampshire, Harvard Graduate School of B.A., University of New Hampshire Graduate Schoolg Degrees: B.A., MB. Ag Subjects: United States His- tory, Today's World: Advisor to Librarians aight: MISS JUNE DOLLOFF Plymouth Teachers College, Defrec BF'd Subjects-Civics, ga -: . . .. Girls' Physical Education. Below: MRS. SALLY KENISTON Mount Saint Mary College, Graduate Work at Plymouth Teachers College: Degree: B. S: Subjects: Typing 1, Per- sonal Typing, Exploratory Bus- iness. Above: MR. PHILLIP M. KILMISTER Colby Colle e, Degree. B.A, Subjects: Proiblems of American Democracy, World History, Geography. Below: MR. MCCORMACK Keene Teachers College: De- gree: B. Ed., Subjects: Civics, Driver Training. Below MRS SYLVIA CURRIER Martha Washington Seminary Washington DC University of Vermont, Johnson Teachers College: Degree: B.Sg Subjects: Algebra 1, 2, Geometry, Se- nior Mathg Advisor to Assembly Below MR JOHN P DEVINE St Michaels College St Fran c1s Degree BA ln Education Subjects. Shop Math, Algebra 1, Business Math, General Math: Assistant Coach of Foot- ball and Basketball. Committee. Above. MRS. MARIE BILODEAU Plymouth Teachers College, Degree: B. Ed, Subjects: Typ- ing 2, Personal Typing, Short- hand 1, Office Practice: Ad visor to Senior Class. Right MR. GEORGE C. HEISER Kansas State: Dcgree: B.S. in Animal Husbandry: Subject: Biology. Mlilrmv Left: MR. ROBERT A. BAGG, Ir. Marlboro College, University of Massachusetts: Degree: B.S: Subjects: Chemistry, Physics, Senior Science: Advisor to Ski Club, Coach to Ski Team. Right: MISS BARBARA A. TRASK Left: Right- Left: University of New Hampshire: Degree: A.B. Subject: Art. MRS. AVIS V. JOHNSON Farmington State Teachers Col- lege: Degree: B.S. in Home Ec- onomics: Subjects: Home Ec- onomics 1, General Science. MISS BERTHA PELLERIN Keene Teachers College, Sum- mer School at University of New Hampshire, Plymouth Teachers College: Degree: B. E. Subjects: Home Economics junior and Senior High, in charge of refreshments for so- cial events. MR. ELSWORTH HARRIS New Hampshire Technical In- stitute: Summer sessions at: Plymouth Teachers College, Fitchburg Teachers College, Harvard, and University of New Hampshire: Subjects: Wood Work, Cabinet Making, gattern Making. Advisor to Hi- Right: MR. JOHN TAYLOR Keene Teachers College: Sub- ject: Machine Shop: Assists in stage settings for Dramatics Club. Left: MR. HUGH G. MURPHY Lowell Teachers College, Low- ell, Massg Degree: B.S. in Ed- ucationg Instructor of Musical Instruments, Grades 4 through 125 Band Director. Right: MR. SAM CLARK University of New Hampshire, Degree: B.S. Subjects: Physi- cal Educationg Coach for Bas- ketball and Baseball. i Left: CUSTODIANS: Mr. Me- I nard, Mr. Brouillard, Mr. Pi- wonski-the chief. Right: MR. GILMAN xf I , 2 . iff D L w ,WF f K at -R R x YY , , , 5' ' I - NV.,-Q. Ab THE K I T C H E N -f MO0'l',I?IERS Mrs Boomhower -DO Q ble DOQDIC S , D Mrs Dean Mrs Gilbert , ers: Graf T! ina' q 0.0 Trouble.. 'I in :- V:"'lF:"i , + .. . inf Eggs, Q V41 6 Q.. -nf. Q - fw .7316 aunfu paul' LA lv z.-...- ,we-as -... . -.....-... 1 .....,,..-., bf W fm, v...--,M ....,... ' 52: ,, ..-Q. -:rr-K x . wm:5:5g7ggg,g,- xygygfww - M,-W1-V M5 L-,, ,-5 Q ..-, .1 ,W ,Kg 16115 -:'g.ztsf f21qy"1 wg w Q 1. "f1v7N W lil! DENISE I. KIDDER "Denny" "Jokes are the spice of fgngersation and the salt of z e. Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Stu- dent Council 3, 4, Secreta 4, Junior Varsity Cheer- leader 1, Varsity Cheerleadler 3, 4, Delegate to Girls' State 3, Softball 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Standin Com- mittee 4, Class Ollices-Secretary 2, 3, 4, Olgce As- sistant 3, Cheerleading Tournament 4. Personality plus, golden actress, eppy, loves to dance and eat, flies a green Dodge, fllture-college. SANDRA IRENE ROUSSEAU "Sandy" "The heart to resolve and the understanding to direct." Scholastics 1, 2, 3, Junior Member Yearbook 3, As- sistant Editor Yearbook 4, Student Council 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4-Cast 3, 4, Clee Club 1, 2, A.A. Dues Collector 1,' 2, 3, 4, Magazine Sales Captain 3, Librarian 4, Standing Committee 4, Ring Com- mittee 2, Class Ollice-Treasurer 4, D.A.R. Good Citi- zenship Award 4, Betty Crocker Homemaker of To- morrow Award 4. Sweet, always ready to help, jolly, good natured, future-medical technician. SIDNEY HOLMES SEAMANS "Sid" "Ability is of little account without opportunity." Franklin: Student Council 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 3, Presi- dent 1, Projector Operator 1, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Foot- ball 1, 4, J.V. Basketball 1, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Li'l Abner 3, Dramatics 3, Cast 3, Class Otlices, Presi- dent 1, 4, Delegate to Boys' State 3, Winter Carnival Manager 3, Magazine Sales Captain 3. Alaska: dJ.V. Basketball 2, Varsity Track 2. Good lea er and athlete, noisy in study hall, future in college. GUY B. HAYNES "A man's true wealth is inldthe good he does in this wor . Projector Operator 1, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Class Offices, Treasurer 3, Vice- president 4, Librarian 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Honor student, quite a leader, daolite, math whiz, driest humor ever, future - co ege. 'GZDI 12 nav .ll asv. WHFPT' U VR snv! ROBERT ABBOTT "Bobby" "Regular fellows make a regular world." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Football 1, Librarian 4g Junior Prom Committee 3. Quiet, nice smile, likes swimming and school skipping. BEVERLY A. ADAMS "Bev" "Silence is more musical than any song." Projector Operator lg Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Shy and cute, likes music, telephone operator, George. NI 0' I '12-'Pm' LOUISA F. BARTON "L0uiz9" "Sugar and spice and everything nice." Winter Carnival Court 2, 3, Carnival Queen 4g Iu- nior Varsity Cheerleader 3, Variay Cheerleader 4g Girls' Choir 2, 3, 45 Yearbook St 4- Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Junior Prom Committee 3, Cheerleading Toum- ament 4. Neat and quiet, likes sports, Dick, heavenly smile and eyes, future-college. ROBERT W. BEAUCI-IEMIN "Bob" "A friend in need is a friend indeed." Football 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Ice Hocke 1. Quite an athlete, easy going, quiet, fllture-college. Levi' C xx Frankh Vs-aah 2 PETER BERUBE n "Pete" "Never a dull moment. Football 1, 2, 3, 4, All State Bench 3, 4, Cross Coun- try 1, Track 2, 3, 4, junior Varsity Basketball 1, Var- sity Basketball 4- Assembly Committee 4. "Those crazy hook shots," likes sports, loves a good joke, future-college. 'sl JOAN M. BEAUPRE "Ioan" "A smiling face and a gentle heart." Glee Club 1, Dramatics 3, 4, Nurses Aide 2, 4, A.A. Dues Collector 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Class Queen Candidate 3, Carnival Court 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Cute, peipy cheerleader, Norman, likes dancing, future-co ege. LORETTA BELANGER "Laurie" "The only way to have a friend ls to be one." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Point Staff 1, 2, Maga- zine Sales Captain 1, A.A. Dues Collector 2, Gee Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' Choir 3, 4- State Concert Festival 1, 2, Mistress of Ceremonies for Freshman Receiation 4, Winter Carnival Court 1, Junior Varsity Cheer ead- er 1, 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4, Cheerleading Toum- ament 4, Col Club Bgfflunior Prom Committee Chair- man 3, Yearbook Sta 4. Pretty hair and a smile to match, likes pizza, music, "Moose," future-college. XV! CZ ' tj: . A "3 JOAN R. BOOMHOWER "Ioan" "Happy am I, ,from care I am free." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Basketball Manager 3, Yearbook Staff 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Likes a good time, flies a black Chevvy, good natured and noisy. Q'-4 .xbannvq 5 y 14 Lum sn q 1- IAMES BOYLE "Jimmy" "Never trouble trouble till trouble troubles you. Football 2, 3, Basketball 2, Baseball 3. Likes sports, good worker, one of the Newberry gang. THELMA A. BROPHY "Tillie" "Ready, willing, and able." Point Staff 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Girls' Choir 3, 45 Softball Manager 2, Dramatics 4, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager Yearbook 4. Neat and petite, more energy than an H-bomb, en- joys dancing, everyone's friend, future in social work. Q o's'5 " FY, Q?-'sta ,, PETER BURLEICH 'Tefen "As he thinketh in his heart, so is he." Projector Operator lg Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2 3, 4-Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Ski Club 3, 45 Yearbook Staff 4. Loves the snow, music, tall, never quiet, "brain- storms," future-college. JOHN H. BUSHMAN "lack" "A well bred man, born for success." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Older Boys' Conference 34 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4-Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Drama,Festival 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-President 3g Boys Chorus 2, 3, 4, Boys' State Delegate 3, Standing Committee 4. Neat dresser, bom leader, likes music and dancing, future-college and music. T Lu .Pri P, Your blonlhl M9 9-3 .- U K '. 0 CHARLES ROBERT COOK "Charge" "When all else is lost, the future still remains. Hi-Y 13 Projector Operator 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 25 Point Staff 3, Score Board Operator 1, 2, 3, 4. Friendly and quiet, soon to reach seven feet, always willing to help. 4 LS tl' rg. ROBERT W. DUFF "Bobby" "Tomorrow, life ls too late, live today." Dramatlcs 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 45 Assernbly Com- mittee 2g Yearbook Stall 4. Neat, good looking, dancer and skater. 16 -.-1 NATALIE I. CATE "Nat" "Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety." Clee Club 13 Hi-Y 45 Yearbook Stall: 45 Camival Court 4. Likes to dance, cute smile, neatly dressed, bubbling personality, future-college. MARGARET ANN COLBY "Peggy" "A little work, a little playf' Basketball 15 Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, A.A. Dues Collector 2, Librarian 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Small and shy, likes Penacook, parties, future un- decided. - 1 Y I i I 1 4 'I .4 v 3 I 1 l l NORMAN D. DUSTIN "Norm" . Q 1 "It's hard to he in love and be wise." Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, Class Offices-Treasurer 2. Sharp dresser, dancing feet, Ioan. JEROME H. EDMUNDS 'gerryn "The real character of a man is determined y his amusementsf' Football 4g Track 4, Assistant Yearbook Editor 4. Witty, rare personality, ex-Tilton Prep boy, good line, future-college. X kr.-l' us Lnous A2401-I" QFDUJ1 - 'fool 'rc-oT . Sw- I X CERTRUDE M. ELLIOTT "Gert" "Speech is silver, silence is golden." Librarian 15 Point Staff 3, Yearbook Staff 4. Quiet little waitress, likes records and reading, future -college. BEVERLY ANN ENGLAND "Bev" "The beauty of the heavens are the stars, the beauty of a woman is her hair." Glee Club 1, Dramatics 45 Yearbook Staff 4g Miss Daitsg Mae 4. Clo es, clothes, and more clothes, Tilton Prep, petite, quick smile, future-college. To eonlinqg X0-ll' omlr with. GEORGE JAMES CAUTHIER "It is impossible to underrate human intelligence beginning with one's own." Dramatics 1g Basebal 2, Yearbook Staff 4, Scholastics 3, gg Magazine Sales Captain 3, High Salesman 1, Boy Scout leader, carefree, witty, likes hunting, always got an answer, future-college. JOANNE HIGGINS 'Whhtsoever thy hand to do, do tt with thy m g t. Point Stall 1, Glee Club 2, 33 Softball 2, Girls' Choir 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Hard working, studies hard, second Rembrandt, big hearted, GriHin's worker, future-college. is 18 ll.-ff, r SANDRA LEE FLANDERS "Sandy" "Many receive advice, only the wise profit by ttf Dramaiics 1, Hi-Y 15 junior Prom Committee 3, Of- Hce Assistant 3, Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Good artist, likes cooking and eating what she cooks future-wedding bells. GEORGE B. FURLONG "Georgie" "Beware the fury of a patient man." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4g Ski Club 3. Hard worker, always lending a helping hand, navi- gates black convertible, friendly. if V 0 'lg DANIEL C. HINCSTON "Danny" "An air of ood humor ever surrounds htm." Hi-Y 1, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 2. Likes cars, girls, and school vacations, cool dancer, blue convertible, future undecided. LAMES M. KEECAN "Iimmz"' His nature is a sugclent advertisement of ls c meter." ' Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4-Cast 1, 2, 3, 4, Franklin Hy- Lites 4, Delegate to Model U.N. 3, Delegate to Youth and Govemment 35 Delegate to Boys' State 3, Iu- nior Member Yearbook 39 Editor Yearbook 4g Key Club 2, 3, Point Staff 1, 2, 3-Editor 3. Hard worker, good personality, likes to write and eat, a clown and a master of wit, future-college. '7 Q "Quiet persons are welcome everywhere." ' mittees 3, 4. bashful, future-U.N.H. j WILLIAM HENRY KEYSER "Bm" 1 "He profts most who serves best" s Iunior Varsi Basketball 1, 25 Varsi Basketball 3 X 4 Basketball, Co Captain 4 Basebrlll 1 2 3 4 R Dramatics 3 Proyector Operator 2 the Ward One boys. 4 ' ' 5 1 1 1 Lover of spbrts and a good athlete, quiet, one of 1. , 19 CAROLYN N. KEYSER 'Lyn' Oflice Assistant 3, 44 Yearbook Sta.E 45 Class Com- Likes horses, good worker, maneuvers a red pick-up, I I own q, Smvinqs 'Bank I. ELAINE LONGFELLOW "Music drives one's woes away." Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Band Manager 45 Glee Club lg Li- brarian 1, 4g Dramatics 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Cute D.A., tele hone operator, Mr. Murphy's right hand, future-college. OWNER Y gs T6-GLS sl gg lllh T. lllllllll lflffl' be ure, dm, ll tu? sxlanq S - W- w- -----W-U ---1-W--. u RITA E. LA PLANTE ' "'TIs only. noble to be good." Basketball 1, 3 ,4g Softball 2, 3, 4, Dramadcs 25 Junior Varsity Cheerleader 45 Yearbook Stall 4. Studious, good athlete, full of hm, future-college. CECILE MARIE LAROCHE "A light heart lives long." Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1 2, 3, Co-Captain 33 Var- sity Chierleader 4, cle, Club lg cheerleading 'rom- nt . E dancing, Problems or teacher? nice smile. in use QN- bicnh Q.-gil v DAVID LOZEY "Dave" "1 never think o the future, it comes soon enough." Hi-Y 1- Footbal1,2 3. Runs around in a big gray Dodge, cool dancer, likes music. 20 CHARLES JAMES McADAMS "Charlie" "For he's u folly good fellow." Track 1, Key Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, LV. Foot- ball 1, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, I.V. Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. Likes sports, laughing all the time, nothing better than a good joke. JOYCE ANNE MERCIER "H00na" "There is no love sirwerer than the love of food." Dramatics 1, 4-Cast 1, 4, Girls' Choir 1, 3, 4, Car- nival Court 1, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Committee 2, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4-Co-Captain 4, Schol- astics 1, 2, 3, Yearbook Staff 4, A.A. Dues Collector 1, A.A. Candy Sales 3, 4, State Concert Festival 1, 4, Cheerleading Tournament 4. Cute kid, likes food, reading, skiing, and Kenny, future-college. sw S f!! f,g,zS5gf-:,flfggi,g3' HLL E T P QQ- WAY 21 alwa- U 'iii' M. IMICHEL ' eonywaytoh friendist be ." gffygf Cilub 2, Baseball 1122? ski Club 3, 04, Ycgaqlzook a . I.G.A. Store, mad chemist, quiet, future-college. CECILE T. MORRELL "I hate nobody, I am in charity with the world." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, Softball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Winter Carnival Manager 1, Glee Club 1, Point Staff 1, 2, A.A. Dues Collector 1, Librarian 2, Junior Varsity Cheerleader 3, Varsity Cheerleader 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Cheerleading Toumament 4. fulli of pep, knows how to wear clothes, Larry, nice oo ng. " "'f "'-vw-' ww, L V 6,451 Ax is 0 1, was-" Q3 :Z'!f"?1f v.-....:-'- NELLY LOUISE PEASE "Dimples" "Good humor is goodness and wisdom combined." Glee Club lg Dramatics 1g Softball 2- A.A. Dues Collector 25 Librarian 43 Yearbook Stall: 4. llrikes sports, Yogi Berra, and Clarence, dislikes the ospita . THOMAS O. POULIOT 'Tommy' "Why take life seriously? You won't come out alive." Lilies vacations, flies green Chewy, hates English, gir s. ROBERT L. PROULX "Bob" "1'll speak in a monstrous little voice." Baseball 1. Likes sports, Anne, good worker, not very loud. 22 FREDERICK TERRAL POPE, IR. "Bain outdoors is the pleasure of life. Hi-Y 2, Stuglent Council 4g Class Committees 2, 3, 45 Class Ollices-President 2, Vice-President 4. One of Keegans' brains, "Man and Nature," Univac ll. JOSEPH RAYNO "joe" "All the world may not love a lover, but all the world watches him." Dramatics 3, 4-Cast 3, 4, Junior Varsity Basketball 1, 2, Varsity Basketball 3, 4-Co-Captain 4, Student Council 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Yearbook Stall 4. Likes sports, Yankees, "Paps," noisy, "On to Ger- many!" future-college. OM!! DENIS LAWRENCE ROUSSEAU 'Wit and wisdom are born within a man." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4-Vice-President 4, Key Club 1, 2 3- Iunior Varsity Basketball 1, junior Varsity Football 1, Football 2, 3, 4-Co-Captain 4, Iunior Varsity Baseball 2, Baseball 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Scholastics 2, 3, Magazine Sales Captain 2, Ski Club 3, Standing Committee 4, Youth and Government 3. Likes math, Pauline, one of Mr. Bagg's mad chem- ists, skier, personality, future-college. .fffiigfg S 5 -f .re 1, Z Ky? x -in My Q 1 PHILIP C. ROUSSEAU "Bud" "Little friends often lfarooe great friends." Cross country 1, Basketba 1, Track 1, 3, 4. Likes sports, quiet, history brain. ROGER ROWELL "Imagination is more important than knowledge." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Point Staff 1, 3, Secretary 1, 3, Key Club 1, 3, Secretary 1, 3. Likes dancing and Freud, dislikes phys. ed. and women, future-New York dancer. in ..Lk:Vf K , - s ANNE SULLIVAN "Beauty is truth, truth beauty." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4, Point Stall 1, 2, 3, Golf Club 3, 4, Ski Club 4. Cute kid, full of fun, likes clothes and reading, fu- ture-college. Believe only half of what you see and nothing that you hear Key Club 2 3 Baseball 2 Point Staff 1 2 Likes s rts and hunting, one of Newberrys workers, -USA,-f HENRY PAUL SCOTT "Scotty" "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." Inter-lakes: Class Ollices-Vice President 1, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, Glee Club 1, Vice-President 4, Basketball 1, 4, Base- ball 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4. Franklin: Band 4. Likes music and dancing, dislikes women drivers, future-college. WILLIAM PAUL SPRINCER "Bill" "Sports is the essence of life." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, Basebal 1, 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball' 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, 4, Assembly Committee 4, Key Club 3, 4, Study Hall Supervisor 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Dra- matics 3, 4, Cast 3, Delegate Boys' State 3. Terrific athlete, likes food, good build, "Kinda T's you off, don't it?" is 1 513 v K Xb- ,Lf- :QLBERT svENsoN "Al" s ii, . go . , Hies a lue Ford. MICHAEL LARRY THOMAS "Micky" Hi-Y 1, 25 Dramatics 2. Dual exhaust Chevvy, curly hair "I am a part of all that I have met." DONNA LOUISE TIBBETTS "Fair words neoer hurt the tongue." Softball 1, 3, Hi-Y 1, junior Varsity Cheerleader 4, Oflice Assistant 2, 4, Yearbook StaE 4. Peppy little cheerleader. Ll BRRKY C HRD Rf msn Q nl' Ki hung Card Ning .QAgv.1l,T:-ihggg 7? ,X 1 .I ff" I' 4 CAROL IEANNE TOSHACH "Books are not men and yet they are alive." Librarian 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 43 Dramatlcs 2, 3, 4, Cast 3, Hi-Y 1, 25 Glee Club 1, 25 Yearbook Staff 4. Likes reading, aloud student, ambitious, likes English, future-Plymou Teachers College. EVELYN LOIS TRELOAR "EVE" "Talent is nurtured in solitude, character L9 formed in the storm billows of the world." Concord: Glee Club 1g Dramatics 2, 3, Vice-Presb dent 35 Debating Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Crimson Review Manager 3, Ir. Red Cross 3, Secretary 3. Franklin: Hi-Y 4, Yearbook Staff 4g Dramatics 4. Good sgeaker, student, flies a green Dodge, good persona 'ty, future-nursing. 25 916-9 BARBARA M. WALLACE "Barb" "Always ready for work and play." Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 3, 4-Co-Captain 4, Point Staff 3, Girls' Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Softball 1, 3, 4, Camival Manager 3, 4, A.A. Dues Collector 2, As- sembly Committee 1, 3, Magazine Sales Captain 1, 2, 3, Standing Committee 4, Office Assistant 4, State Concert Festival 1, 4, Business Manager for Year- book 4, junior Prom Committee 3. Full of ia, grand personality, likes sports, Neil, right on the 321, uture-college. ROBERT D. WALLACE "Bob" "His heart is as great as the world, but there is no room in it to hold the memory of a wrong." Fogtbsll 1, 2, Basketball 1, Dramatics 3, 4, Hi-Y Likes working on cars and hunting, drives a soiaped- up Ford box, good worker, future-service boun . Of' T RALPH W. TROTTIER, "On the scale of destinles, brawn will never weigh so much as brain." Hi-Y 2, Yearbook Staff 4. Likes skating and hunting, another of those mad chemists, Griilins' all-purpose boy, future-college. LORRAINE JEAN WALDO "Jean" "A fair exterior is a silent recommendation!" Andover: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatics 1, 2, Pho- tography Club 1, 2, Golf Club 1, 2, Oflice Assistant 2, 3. Franklin: Hi-Y 3, 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Neat dresser, Bill, sweet personality, nice looking. H gQ ,.:.,:,,v H ROPQ Chest add Q than DIANNE S. WISER "Di" "Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well." Class Oilices-Vice-President 1, 2, Hi-Y 1, 2, 4, Vice- President 1, Junior Varsity Cheerleader 1, 2, Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4-Co-Captain 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Carnival Court 2, Point Stall 3, Dramatics 3, Assembly Committee 3, Glee Club 1, 2, State Concert Festival 1, Scholastics 1, 2, Girls' State Dele- gate 3, A.A. Dues Collector 1, 2, Ring, Committee 2, Nurse's Aide 3, 4, Cheerleader Jam oree 2, 3, 4, Cheerleading Toumament 4. "That's debatable," likes to watch basketball and football, dislikes snakes, loves dancing and music, pizza and lobster, future-college. BLANCHE ANN YEATON "Although small, she is always heard." Glee Club 1, Dramatics 2, 4, Point Staff 2, 3, Year- book Stalf 4. Likes boys, pretzels, full of pep, Tilton Prep, future -college. m4c,l S PERLATI ES MOST BASHFUL - Bobby Beauchemin and Gertrude Elliott PEPPIEST - Danny Hingston and Denny Kidder MOST OPTIMISTIC - Peter Burleigh and Sandy Rousseau MOST INFLUENTIAL - Jack Bushman and Joyce Mercier NEATEST - Jack Bushman and Dianne Wiser BEST BUILD - Bill Springer and Louisa Barton MOST DEPENDABLE - Jim Keegan and Sandy Rousseau MOST POPULAR - Sid Seamans and Joyce Mercier MOST PESSIMISTIC - Sid Seamans and Joyce Mercier BEST LOOKING - Bill Springer and Louisa Barton BEST ATHLETE - Peter Berube and Rita La.Plante QUIIETEST - Bobby Proulx and Gertrude E 'ott BEST DANCER -Jack Bushman and Beverly England MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED - Jim Keeg- an and Sandy Rousseau NOISIEST - George Gauthier and Joanne Boomhower CROWNING GLORY - Norman Dustin and Beverly England BEST LINE - Jerry Edmunds and Blanche Yeaton CIfASS WIT - Jim Keegan and Evelyn Tre- oar CLASS FLIRT - Joe Rayno and Denny Kidder CLASS COUPLE - Norman Dustin and Joan Beaupre BEST DRESSED - Jack Bushman and Di- anne Wiser BEST ALL AROUND - Norman Dustin and Barbara Wallace CLASS SO YQ 3 0 V ' Q ee XUIQQ 1 3 To the tune of "Memories" Memories, memories - Dreams of high school days - Now we're done and must depart, Each one his separate way. High school days, our school days, VVe now must leave. We now are through, but still we will Always be pleased with our memories. Happy times, busy times Times that were so fine - All our teachers and our friends That we must leave behind. Memories, memories Wherever we may be, We are sure that we will recall Our wonderful memories. R j -2 . 6 Hu Class QQ 'SZ Surreal- as YYMLSQQ in A A 1 'Q ae .542 Y ' Vi gppnvnmf ,,Q71g,' f, V, .,f- my Q Y""' M "W'W"'4"f'W" ' ' ' Q W MMWW-WW Mfu jgffkk A ,..m,. vuhwwqwgwq H li? si .Y Gi, v w S ywvrfwfj j 3 Ni' ,J AM fm ,V f ffm , 'M 4 Lp' "f MW 4 fa... Y I -nv W- aw, ? ., 'E' A Q' A 7 L, ' ' ff QWPN , Wlidlefv r 'H' W - -. , 7,--f' mwsfuw N...,.,,, ..,.,. W 1 H Q, f q 'ff-Fw. 0, 'V "Ah W" W4 59.. . g MSO Y M K km ,Q Sikh . 1 is iz CL SS Franklin High's class of 1958 began its s arklin career on a bright September morning in 1954. As we entered the gym, tlor the irst time a part of it, we were nervous with expectancy. But the warm welcome of Mr. Cashman, our principal, put us at our ease. We were about to embark on a new adventure and were thrilled at the prospect of entering high school. Initiation! How we laughed when we viewed each other in our comic attire - the irls in men,s pajamas or long johns, and the boys in Bermuda shorts with girls' blouses and hats. But in spite of our grumbling, we enjoyed the day almost as much as the Seniors did. VVhen Hnally we felt we were acquainted, we held the election of our class omcers. Sid Seamans was chosen President, Dianne Wiser was our Vice-Presi- dent, Nancy Rowe became the Secretary, and David Boyce was elected Treasurer. Needless to say, they led us through a successful year. The arrival of winter heralded the Winter Carnival, a very new experience for most of us. Jeannette Plourde was elected our queen. Although we didn't quite make it, we did enjoy participating in the various events and gaining experi- ence for the coming years. Toward the end of the year we held our first dance. It was labelled the 'April Frolic," and everyone agreed that it was well worth the effort. Our Freshman year came to an end, and we looked forward all summer to becoming more mature sophomores. We began our second year with the election of class oflicers. For President, we elected Terral Pope, for Vice-President, Dianne Wiser, for Secretary, Denise Kidder, and for Treasurer, Norman Dustin. We also elected a committee to serve with the Juniors for the purpose of se- lecting class rings. They were very conscientious, and their choice was to become the oihcial ring of Franldin High School. The Holidagf Hop was the highlight of our Sophomore year. As our theme vxietlchose "Holi ay Splendor", we danced around a huge snowball in the middle o e gym. That year Louisa Barton was our Carnival queen candidate, but again our participation gathered only experience. The Seniors won. Soon spring was upon us and another year was past. As our junior year ap- proached, we realized that there was much to be accomplished and we were de- 30 HI TORY termined to have a good year. And we didl With Jackie Bushman as Presidentg Terral Pope, Vice President, Denise Kidder, Secretary, and Guy Haynes, Treas- urer, we began our third year in Franklin High School. The class rings arrived and we realized for the first time that the years were quickly passing. Our Carnival Queen candidate was Joan Beaupre, and the Juniors made an excellent showing, giving the Seniors quite a scare. We were scared, too. They won. The climax of our junior year was our "Evening ir1 Paris" Prom. The effect of the sidewalk cafe was heightened by the mural of the Eiffel Tower and the Arch of Triumph which appeared behind the orchestra. As the year came to a close, we realized that the long awaited moment was close at hand. We would soon be Seniors. At last we were Seniors and we turned to the important matter of selecting class officers. Sid Seamans was again Presidentg Guy Haynes, Vice Presidentg Denise Kidder, Secretary, and Sandra Rousseau, Treasurer. We had certainly made a Hne selection. Next on the agenda was the selection of the yearbook editor. Iim Keegan received this honor. Sandra Rousseau and Jerry Edmunds were elected co-as- sistant editors. Winter Carnival time found us determined to win. Louisa Barton was chosen our Carnival Queen candidate. This time our participation was not in vaing and, as Louisa received the crown, we felt very proud of our accomplish- ment. Now began the rush of activity that so exemplifies the life of a Senior. Caps and gowns were selected, name cards ordered, pictures taken and exchanged and all the other traditions of the senior year were perfonned. But overshadowing all was the realization that we would soon be leaving and we endeavored to make the most of our last days in Franklin High School. Time for the Senior Prom arrived and finally the graduation exercise itself. VVe had our diplomas and remembered the frustration and fun of high school, but we longed to see what lay ahead. 31 X72 Z 7 41 wg 0 ff-PQXPQJA SP Cie.-.1 A1 xl!! V 'Q-a. Gi 1 J X 'fs A CLASS MRS. ROSE we leave the yearbook with all its troubles for next year's class. MRS. BILODEAU We leave all our extra yearbook finances, hoping that she will End some way to pay for them. MR. POLAND we leave our ivy league golf caps, hoping that he will have the chance to use them again in the near future. MRS. CURRIER We leave our compasses, rulers, and protractors. MR. MCCORMACK we leave the Driver Training car in one piece, knowing that it may be our last chance to see it so. MR. HARRIS we leave all our old saw dust and tooth pick shavings. MISS DOLLOFF we leave the underclass girls. Work them well, Miss Dolloff. MR. HEISER we leave all the dissecting tools, and promise to out up no more. MISS TRASK We leave Rembrandt, Picasso, and Klee. MR. MURPHY we leave all our wind, so the future brass section may be louder and better. MR. CLARK we leave 50 pushups and 10 laps. MISS LEMIRE we leave the F .H .S . News and every piece of information we can get. MR. BURLEICH we leave all our make-up and demerit slips that never got signed in hopes that he may save on paper in the future. MR. KILMISTER we leave our problems. 3 2 '58 CCN: W3 " WILL TO MR. CROVVLEY we leave the whole history of America, from Columbus to Vanguard. MISS CLARK we leave the stage - deserted but beautiful. MR. BACG we leave the chemistry lab in pieces. MRS. KIDDER we leave the world of French and enter into space. MRS. JOHNSON we leave in stitches. MISS PELLERIN we leave a dirty kitchen so that she can start by teaching the freshmen how to clean it. MRS. KENISTON we leave our unsuccessful rocket attempts so that she can de- vise a way to get home faster. MRS. BEAULY we leave all the attendance slips of the year so that she can go through them all and check our records. MR. TAYLOR we leave the electric wires strung around the water fountain so that he may cure some more students of loafing. MR. DEVINE we leave a little monkey so that he can stick pins in it. MISS MOSES we leave a piano on the stage for the next class to move. MR. CASHMAN we leave Franklin High School. MR. MARTIN we leave the school in a number of pieces hoping that he can patch them up in time for school in September. F. H. S. WE LEAVE 33 1. 'H 1 BEST ALL AROUND MOST POPULAR Noam AND BARD Jovcm AND Sm JIM AND SANDY S' PEPPIEST DENNY AND DANNY MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED BEST DRESSED DIANNE AND JACK A E K 5 Q M in i K K fi, N A A A 7 gf' Tiff ' nw 'xfvlz 27: I' :ii i- Ifif - :, kfffk-' I N .: ,. :Q VL ' K V . 'L U 1 BEST LOOKING BILL AND LOUISA BEST LINE 34 BEST ATHLETE Jr-:RRY AND BLANCHE RIT-4 AND PETE NOISIEST IOAN AND GEORGE MOST BASHFUL Bon AND Gmvr CLASS WITS MOST OPFIMISTIC Evm AND JIM PETE AND SANDY QUIETEST MOST INFLUENTIAL Bon AND CERT JOYCE AND JAC! A ,Q VAW' A V. ' ' M." S A A DJAD JAA A A :'A' .MAA A A A ,A,1.A.AA1A ,L zvvy CLASS COUPLE BEST BUILD JOAN AND NORMAN BILL AND LOUISA CLASS f .ss CLASS OF '58 HOLDS P' -sf- A10 Y if 4.35 JOAN BEAUPRE is Miss America for the 3rd time fthey've changed the rules.l LORETTA BELANGER has been missing for two weeks. She got lost moose hunting. PETER BERUBE is a halfback for the "49ers', and is making 810,000 a game. JOANNE BOOMHOWER is forewoman at a boiler factory - she is the only person the company could find who could holler above the noise. JAMES BOYLE has won the Mr. America contest. THELMA BROPHY is the head of Communication Graduation Notes Co. and is selling name cards, in- vitations, and thank you notes to all the schools. JACK BUSHMAN has just taken over Norm Pres- cott's job at VV BZ, and is on every day from 3:00 to 2:00. NATALIE CATE is modeling for Seventeen maga- zine. MARGARET COLBY is a satellite stewardess for the Moon Airlines Co. ROBERT DUFF is now working on his latest master- piece - a statue of Miss Trask, who is teaching art at the Louvre in Paris. NORMAN DUSTIN has just bought a new car. It is a green Buick convertible - 1909. JEROME EDMUNDS is riding on an earth satellite put up by himself with a little help from the air. GERTRUDE ELLIOTT is a receptionist for a noted psychologist. JAMES KEEGAN is ghost-editing yearbooks all over the state. BEVERLY ENGLAND has been named Miss Sadie Hawkins of 1968. SANDRA FLANDERS is teaching art to her six children. GEOJRCE FURLONG is still looking for his "dream" gir . GEORGE GAUTHIER is a famous matadorg the bull finally threw him. GUY HAYNES is the principal of F.H.S. He has no policy whatsoever. JOANNE HIGGINS has just been hired at F.H.S. as a new art teacher. DANIEL HINGSTON is the proud owner of a lodge in Bristol. CAROLYN KEYSER is driving a truck for the city. WILLIAM KEYSER is playing basketball for the Boston Celtics. DENISE KIDDER is skating with Tab Hunter, who's getting quite old now. Their latest movie is "The Hard Ice." CAROL TOSHACK is still trying to decide whether to go to Plymouth or U.N.H. RITA LaPLANTE is still loaning bales of hay for the Sadie Hawkins Dances. CECILE LAROCHE teaches Rock and Roll dance lessons to Arthur Murray. DAVID LOZEY is the owner of a burlesque show in Boston. CHARLES McADAMS is taking a P.G. course in the science department. JOYCE MERCIER has received the honor of being the first honorary Vice President of the Student Council of Warlike Indians in the U.S. PROPHECY REU 1oN IN '68 PAUL MICHEL was the mayor of Franklin. CECILE MORRELL is president of the Rockers. NELLY PEASE is the proud mother of seven little dimples. BILLY SPRINGER is the new football coach at F.H.S. BARBARA WALLACE has been appointed official laugher in the Red Skelton Show. TERRAL POPE is still struggling through a course in Shakespeare at college. HENRY SCOTT has gone back to Meredith and is attending Inter-Lakes High. He just had to find out how it was. THOMAS POULIOT holds a very honorable posi- tion at F.H.S. as a student. BOB PROULXg we havenit heard of him lately as he doesnit say much. JOE RAYNO must have moved from Franklin as we can't find him. He must Hnally have reached Germany. PHILIP ROUSSEAU is taking Dick Castle's place as the Recreation director. VVe hear he's doing pretty well. ROGER ROWELL is still dancing with Arthur Mur- rayis show, no less. SIDNEY SEAMANS is running a bus line from Franklin to Maine for himself. ANNE SULLIVAN finally got a good set of gradua- tion pictures. She went to PETER BURLEIGH,S studios. ALBERT SVENSON has risen to a new position in the business world. He is manager of the stock de- partment at Newberry's. K J ly X968 I 'Eif- DONNA TIBBETTS made her fortune by printing up all the cheers she and all the other JV Cheer- leaders once used, and is selling them to hopeful but hard-up squads. ELAINE LONGFELLOW has founded a club for lonely rockets. It's called "ICBM" - "I Can Be Merry." EVELYN TRELOAR, believe it or not, is still single after her world flings. BEVERLY ADAMS is now putting commas in all the laws that BOBBY ABBOTT is making - he's the Ambassador of Goga Munga. CHARLES COOK is playing basketball for the Cel- tics - he is filling in for Bob Cousey who is recover- ing from seeing Charlie, who is now 7' 5". RALPH TROTTIER is mixing all kinds of concoc- tions, supposedly medicines, at GrifIin's. JEAN WALDO doesn't have to read the newspapers. She's still a telephone operator. DIANNE VVISER is a lawver's secretary. He has the case of BLANCHE YEATON who is being held for violating all known speed laws. Traffic speed that is. SANDRA ROUSSEAU has been voted the Most Likely to Succeed Homemaker of Yesterday. ROBERT WALLACE is winning prizes for his elec- trical inventions. DENIS ROUSSEAU has made an important contri- bution to the science world. He invented the most powerful of all explosives, the B-bomb-accidentally, of course. LOUISA BARTON is a judge in the Miss America Contest - she broke her leg skiing with Dick Gil- man and was declared ineligible. ROBERT BEAUCHEMIN is skating for the Bruins - he's a referee. THE JUNIOR OM 1957 I fm. hz X ' E 3 H hh fgwiljggaaxw ag if 2 wimffsa Puls! k 5 e. jg 5 5 k ' Q S52 Y A 1 h ' fl 5 K The Reodvlng Committee 55,5gpgq1uffv.1-A, K V 5 If 'fl gen A .rfiwk . 1 Oh! She came with him? w-wi. -M... '--'W ,f .Q 7. 1 -x 6 ff 12-x L tr, f x X .P ' K if I .31-. N ,Eff 6, N59 Y., 4? 4 31 Q' fy, 1, i 0 57 - .ff F 5 K me CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Frank St. Pierre, Treasur- er, Richard Keegan, Vice-President, Barbara Edmunds, President, Miss Lemire, Advisor, Penelope Pope, Sec- rotary. JU IOR HOME ROOM 33 Left to Right, Bottom Row: E. Carig- nan, G. Greene, C. Hammond, P. Pope, Z. Dufault, E. McKenven, L. Kadlec, C. Turner, Mr. Poland. Second Row: R. Elliott, R. LeClerc, R. Brown, N. Wallace, R. Gilman, F. St. Pierre, R. Tessier. Top Row: R. Kenny, H. Rogers, J. Cum- mings, W. Baird, M. Mullavey, R. Davis, R. Corriveau. . ' 14-A ...-1-,.u ...w.. .,. HOME ROOM 23 Left to Right, Bottom Row: C. Addi son, D. Hoyt, G. Boisclair, E. Mitchell M. LeBlanc, B. Edmunds, P. Hemeon Mr. Kilmister. Second Row: S. Cross, W. Mathaisel D. Lamothe, L. Rowell, L. Drake. Top Row: P. Paddleford, B. Gilman G. Corneau, R. Waldo, G. Beauly, D Carignan, D. Seamans. 5 1 I . 3' , i s f l, i E I' js I i . Q i q V. , 1 'Mn , j.aLwQff adydgoysfav g S , ,V ,, - , - Q K .V - I '4 K," 7 f 5, it fm is ,, CJ ,fb K 4. 3 ' 4 , .1.msYqY+'! b g-ww f K i 1 3 li? CLASS 'W' , 4614131 :..-nam. -.f 4 M ...- ,sign W 1 ww.. ,..--wil... si.. ..,, 7. '-1.' , ,, - .- .--.wk--1 f ,..,, , 6 25325 . ,,5Qq,eas.'i:f' , WX' gr ,, -h'V 5 1'V ixil - Y A The price of being an upper classman: The juniors shell out for rings. if . "' . W .. as x csv H- 1 HOME ROOM 14 Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mrs. John- son, J. Davis, R. Howe, C. Calley, A Mercier, M. Webber, R. La Plante, C Brailey, B. Gilpatric, G. Randall. Second Row: G. Acres, I. Douglas, P Beaupre, I. Emery, B. Cote, G. Varney, L. Magoon, R. Thompson. Last Row: R. Keegan, R. Shaw, L. Gen- est, G. Rousseau, K. Strickland, J. Hedge- peth, M. Dustin, R. Dumond. HOME ROOM 17 Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Kidder, A. St. Pierre, J. MacBa1e, D. Cheney, D Lovett, L. Lane, C. O'Connor, M. Mc Lean. Second Row: T. Kristl, R. Deshaies, R Mercier, I. Oulette, J. Dickerson, L. Cau thier. Third Row: L. Dineen, P. Cashman, I Young, D. Johndrow, E. Leclerc, R. Bell if-w...,,MW tyfgewf - K HOME ROOM 25 Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Currier, B. Duncan, 1. Rivard, A. Boyce, M. Bar- ry, T. Le Blanc, N. Shepard, N. jackson. Second Row: R. XValdo, T. McNally, W. Bergeron, I. Duval, W. Hawthorne, D. Sulloway, C. Ham, J. Ayotte, L. La Bonte. OMORE HOME ROOM 28 Left to Right, First Row: Mrs. Rose, C La Plante, S. jacques, M. McCann, J Melbourne, K. Svenson, M. Daigneault D. Perry. Second Row: W. Bailey, N. Cross, M Morse, A. Robichaud, C. Bersaw, M Hedgepeth, E. Bozek. Third Row: P. Bennett, U. Walker, C. Colby, D. Smart. -nu CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: B. Morrison, Secretary, I. MacRae, Treasurer, Mrs. Kidder, Ad- visor, R. Deshaies, President, I. Robi- chaud, Vice-President. . , X. , S ra' , K., . if , 1, ,ff . ff .f , .7 .V 1 ' :E f r U4 f '- ., ,. , -H: . ' - 1 ,W M 4 3 mf . , VJ S 5SSS,S i HOME ROOM 34 Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mr. Bagg, V Tilton A Cua N Whitehead C. - , - Y, ' , Cook, P. Bonk, E. Laughy, I. Rowell. Second Row: I. Kidder, A. Masse, R. Huntoon, B. Sulloway, I. Parker, B. Morrison, R. Bryant, W. Wade. HOME ROOM 32 Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mr. Heiser ichaud, P. Pouliot, P. Cross, C. Bennett S. Varney. Second Row: R. Laramie, R. Frizelle Bozek, I. Nowell. f ,5f?e.nLw,fuv.rwng,:vwrs,'- I k X C' ' f In ' 9 V S , 1, . S , .,1o-,-.,, ,X ,Mgr , .f if-ifw W if , 'fi .f 4 " , ' ni , E Zi y 1? 1. M if-'i if My i .- Q 1: ,,... , F- , C ' ru xv- .T . ,,eme.,LA,,,,..,..,f1,, - 1 f J. Manchester, C. Blad, M. Colby, I. Rob- S. Smart, K. Welch, M. Devaney, sf FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Left to Right: Bonita Minor, Secretary, Betty Bergeron, Vice-Presidentg Miss Dollolf, Advisorg Ruel Taylor, President, Linda Ceiler, Treasurer. HOME ROOM 18 Left to Right, Bottom Row: S. Butler, S. Pickering, L. Coings, L. Dane, W Bonk, N. Aube, L. Flanders, Mr. Mc- Cormack. Second Row: R. Sargent, S. Shaw, E. Hebert, L. Prince, P. Tinker, M. La- Roche, R. Pellitier, R. Hoyt. Last How: L. Kimball, R. Taylor, R. Magoon, T. Buczynski, L. Edmunds, M. Limeoge. FRESHMA - i ey' cflhu nf ,1 I O' , u X x T., 55 --5 'hw' ' I Q' 4 Q1 ""' " fmhn... 'llll 9 4 x: "f oeD ' 5 I 'A Q e Hill Home lilll cbholu r W Defi ' S K ' ', V R.. 5 5 qw. qt,-,ff ,-37. , L I 0 Q 1 f -,-:Aer ".. f ff, m -' 1" !7 , ra' f'l'?,g', V ' u :af I, ""vv:' A 1 1. -'ml mill' b' Allf' Liza.,-i' 2, F F vu ' il 'F gf .J .' :L ,kk .Y , 1 li A l . ' N gk A CLAS S , 3 1 ,. 1 ., .ww .f....... . ...Hg ..w-..e.-,....,-. .Mal ' 1' ' , 1' 7 361 k .Yi . 5 A lk f.. - ,, ,gf 2 -'il . . . . .., ,fa A f . .w , ' if ...+s...H...w...W,.......w......,,......,...,......... , 2 .4 1 l f. .o Rafi.. ,. 'V W, 1. 2. ,. P 1, X 'Q .4 f .,. . asm.. .. I vs . if , A 3 s , . , - Q, 'x H . f ga f ' if I Q A g sy, ' f X A. 'L ' ' 4 ' " A ' 'nxfww ' Kwai ir'?..Limf...1al..7fN2s ' " , 5 in-1 --fswffamzw-Mm....-ww... .wmg-.mwwww-w..-..aN,wMmm.m-5 .I HOME ROOM 35 Left to Right, First Row: L. La Roche C. Eastman, B. Miner, C. Coulson, D Dane, M. Dickerson, P. Rogers, N. Gill Mr. Devine. Second Row: I. Yacopucci, M. Carver, N. Magoon, S. Powell, B. Bergeron, H Taylor, C. Higgins, R. Pierce. Third Row: M. Healy, D. Waldo, C Butcher, B. Fogg, W. Kelly, S. Pease. HOME ROOM 26 Left to Right, First Row: I. Hancock, I Miller, C. Cunningham, M. Perry, I Ames, A. Mallek, L. Burbank, Miss Dol- off. Second Row: P. Rainville, G. Strick- land, E. Bourdeau, D. Dufiin, C. Jones A. White, R. Beaudoin. Third Row: E. Colbum, D. Elliott, D Piper, R. Tonneson, P. Gagnon, A. Liolis P. Nowell. 1 HOME ROOM 27 Left to Right, First Row: N. Longfellow, F. McNally, L. Geiler, B. Haynes, C Woodley, P. Keegan, I. La Breque, M Burke, H. Thompson, Mr. Crowley. Second How: 1. Amsden, L. Pouliot, M Parker, B. Dumond, A. Martin, L. Beau- pre, I. Sylvester, R. Cote, G. Cutting. Third Row: P. Desrochers, I. Elliott, R Robitaille, R. Mansfield, R. Toppi, R Picard. 'BR , ' .. Q is QSM, 1141. gy' it ,bg lfYouCmKeepYourFoodWbenAIlAboutYouAreLosing M Here Come the Mnrlnesl V. .. , . in E7 .W ili-va t . ,mae- and Wait a Minute - That's My Place. 46 Modem Art at F.H.S. Shall We lime? Sweets for the Sweet W Q M? m M fl gif ,Q , Ju? 5? 1 ff' V 0 WZ is 0- fin 5' Q W f? 'K , V K, 2559 WHL' YEARB OOK STAFF Illlillllli lllllllllll llllllllgr llllllll llllllllll llllllllll llllllllll ADVISOR ................................... ........ BUSINESS ADVISOR ......... EDITOR IN CHIEF .,..... ASSISTANT EDITORS ....... BUSINESS MANAGERS ......... PHOTOCRAPHIC EDITOR ......... JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES ........ STRNGHT JnckE'TS Mrs. Rose Mrs. Bilodeau Iames Keegan Sandra Rousseau and Ierome Edmunds Thelma Brophy and 'RESERuE D FOR Barbara Wallace Peter Burleigh Regina LaPlante and Madeline LeBlanc Nl E HRBoog svvwei STUDE T COUNCIL ' .W-Q -'-th a t in , . . . ,-n- 3 ,... ,,.., . . , ,.., ,. . ., ,mn . .. .. . JAM., WM, N - .. ,,,,,, fx, ,wwfi - ..,...,, ,.. . .,,,,,,f,,,,. ...,,..mM,,W,,,,,,.-.,W.,-. .M c.....,,, M.. ,.,,..-....,M,,.,.,s- Left to Right, Bottom Row: M. McLean, G. Rousseau, D. Kidder, G. Haynes, Presidentg I. Mercier, Vice President, P. Keegan, I. Rivard, Mr. Burleigh, Advisor. Second Row: S. Rousseau, C. O'Connor, N. Whitehead, P. Pope, Z. Dufault, B. Edmunds, L. Ceiler. Top Row: A. White, R. Deshaies, R. Keegan, S. Seamans, P. Burleigh, J. Rayno, R. Thompson. Absent: D. Rousseau, R. Wiser, T. Pope. The main purpose of this organization is to provide the relationship between the students and faculty. It assists the faculty with the regulation of the student body between classes and during the noon lunch period. In the late part of October the Council held a state meeting here. This meeting greatly helped our council with ideas from other schools throughout the state. The main project of the Student Council is the Winter Camival. This event is intended to create class spirit. The Carnival Ball, which climaxes the Carnival, is surely remembered by everyone who attends it. All in all, the Student Council does its best to assist the administration and the students to obtain a sounder, more perfect school. I bdviomcr ST6iQslU HI-Y v . .E 4 fe Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mr. Harris, Miss Clark, Z. Dufault, J. Bushman, G. Boisclair Miss Dolloff S. Jacques N Wallace, B. Miner, I. Ames. Second Row,: P. Hemeon, Wiser, E. T reloar, P. Pouliot, B. Wallace, L. Robinson, J. Mal- bourne, C. Morrell, M. Carver, I. Waldo. Third Row: I. MacRae, G. Bersaw, A. Sullivan, I. Boomhower, N. Whitehead, G. Greene, N Cate, B. Wallace, I. Hancock. ' ll S. Sh Fourth Row: L. Kadlec, V. Tilton, H. Taylor, N. Magoon, G. Randall, S. Powe , aw, J. Taylor, D. Hoitt. Fifth Row: N. Longfellow, C. Addison, C. Turner, C. Haynes, I. Rayno, C. Colby, D. La- mothe, P. Cross, L. Ceiler, B. Haynes. Top Row: P. Burleigh, E. Leclair, B. Brown, K. Strickland, W. Springer, J. Cummings, M Mullavey, C. McAdams, D. Carignan, R. Duff, G. Furlong, P. Bennett. Bun' cure l C,o'RN Y- 0n..O vo '25-i-5 50 1 - A ,,s.Q'x. v mqbrxur wwe. 1 f- Q lwwwwm-sftiyryhw FRANKLIN HIGH BAND 2 - f '?dil'Nk 1.-. AND ITS MAJORETTES Left to Right: Annette Mercie A1 a St P e, Pat Bonk, Charlotte Brailey, Wanda Bonk DRAMATICS CLUB T? I The Dramatics Club started off the year with all good hopes and intentions, but caught a bad case of the Asian Flu in November. This was particularly bad because it nipped "A Little Honey" right in its last stages of rehearsal. But this play was such a sweet morsel, that it sprang right back again for a second try in April. Then, of course, came the Drama Festival at Durham. VVhat a balll But a rewarding ball, at that! But it's been a good year. No little thespians are running around the build- ing shouting soliloquies, but we've learned a lot and have had a good time. 52 SKI CLUB Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mr. Bagg, M. Edmunds, I. Beaudoin, C. O'Connor, A. Cuay, I BILICRUC, ll. Parker, M. Hculy, C. Acres. Aliflrlle Row: B. Bryant, P. Cashman, I. Edmunds, A. Martin, D. Rousseau, R. Huntoon, R Gilman. Top Row: D. Curignun, P. Burleigh, P. Michel. GIRL S ' C H O I R l L.- Left to Right, Bottom Row: S. Pickering, I. Higgins, P. Pope, P. Pouliot, M. Colby, B. Wallace, B. Edmunds, L. Barton, Miss Moses. Second Row: L. Belanger, T. Brophy, J. Rivard, M. Le Blanc, A. Sullivan, D. Hoyt, B. Bergeron. I'I5o7ZHRou:: P. Hemeon, N. Shepard, J. Mercier, K. Manchester, S. Smart, M. McLean, D. u n. OFFICE HELP Left to Right, -Seated: I. Mercier, Mrs. Beauly, B. Wallace, C. Keyser. Standing: I. Miller, L. Belanger, J. Keegan, N. Wallace, S. Powell. LIBRARIAN S Left to Right, Seated: C. Ollonnor, M. Colby, G. Bersaw, I. Guay, Mr. Crowley Standing: I. MacRae, N. Pease, S. Rousseau, C. Haynes, R. Abbott. URSE'S AIDES W 1 pawn., I 'IU'- WSE? Left to Righty Seated: Miss Moynihan, G. Boisclair, G. LaPlante. Standingg L. Robinson, B. Cilpatrick. PROJECTIO OPERATORS X fer: -ff-fu Left to mghtg -heated: M. Devaney, Mr. Burleigh, C. Colby. R. Bryant. Standingg D. Toupin, R. Gilman, P. Burleigh, R. Waldo, C. Cook. 'fb 'ro' W F. H. S. NEWS STAFF Left to Right, Bottom Row: Nancy Gill, Miss Lemire, Advisor, Ann Mallek, Correspondence Manager, Regina La Plante, Editor-in-Chiefg Richard Deshaies, Assistant Editor, Joyce Emery, Business Manager, Mrs. Keniston, Business Advisor, Linda Prince. Second Row: Elizabeth Bergereon, Carolyn Keyser, Sandra jacques, Madeline Le Blanc, Barbara Edmonds, 'Theresa Le Blanc, Gloria La Plante, Connie Coulson, Harriett Taylor. Top Row: Gerard Cutting, Paul Bennett, David Iohndrow, james Yacopucci. This year Franklin High has something new within its old walls - the "F. H.S. News." In reality, the "F.H.S. News" is managed as a club enabling all those who have ink in their veins instead of blood to use it productively. The "F.H.S. News" is not a replacement of "The Pointf' It is in all respects a newspaper and has monthly publications. In the future years, it is planned that one literary copy a year shall be pub- lished. It is the hope of Miss Lemire and the staff that the paper will prove to be beneficial to the school. l fx, A I 5 ,,-. Q 4 ' , ' 'few :R I 271' .y . J ff! S i 1 1 4 3 X E Q 4 1 ti i L. Left to Right, Bottom Row: C. Colby, C. McAdams, W. Springer, Mr. Mullen, P. Berube, G. Cutting, R. Thompson, Mr. Devine, J. Edmunds, S. Seamans. Second Row: R. Bryant, P. Cashman, W. Bergeron, R. Mercier, G. Rousseau, B. Brown, R. Dumond, D. Seamans, P. Gagnon. Top Row: W. Wade, D. Lamothe, T. McNally, M. Edmunds, I. Hedgepeth, J. Young, L. Genest, R. Davis. FOOTBALL The football season this year was both successful and unsuccessful . It was successful in that we completed our schedule and gave experience to many boys who may be on winning teams in the future at Franklin High. Our season was unsuccessful in that we lost all our games, although every one of the boys fought hard. The best game was turned out at Berlin. This year we had a new coach, Donald Mullen, and an assistant coach, Mr. Devine, both of whom did Wonderful jobs. The co-captains were Richard Thompson and Denis Rousseau, and the field captain was Peter Berube. JN? Q 7 Q6'ClQQPPQ,Q9 "zz-':" ff-.J.':-T, ' ----. . ..--f"' Q .......-I Y .... ....- V RSITY BASKETBALL TEAM Left to Right, Kneeling: William Bergeron, Larry Rowell, Richard Kccgan, Cla-n Acrcs, Doug- las Carignan, Keith Strickland. Stfllllllilllf Dunbar Seamans, Nlaiiagcrg joc Bayno, VVillia1n Springcr, Michael Nlullavcy, Pctcr Beruhe, Sidney Scamans, XVilliam Kcyscr, Mr. Clark, Coach. Absent: Manager, Richard NViscr. V RSITY CHEERLEADERS 2 J A o ce Mercier Diane Wiser Center: I y , . . Kneeling, Left to Right: Ioan Rivard, Denise Kidder, Barhara Edmunds, Louisa Barton, Cecile an Morrell, Cecile LaRoche, Ioan Beaupre, Loretta Belangcr ft. Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Franklin Towle Plymouth Tilton-Nortliheld Laconia Penacook Tilton-Northlield Plymouth St. John's Kennett Interlakes Laconia Penacook Kennett Meredith St. John's Towle JU 1oR ARSITY BASKETBALL TE Left to Right, Bottom Row: Mr. Devine, T. McNally, W. Bailey, R. Thompson, C. Colby, G. Rousseau, W. Hawthorne, R. Robitaille. Top How: W. Wade, G. Strickland, L. Kimball, T. Buczynski, G. Comeau, P. Nowell, L. Dineen, W. Mathaisel. JU IOR V RSITY CHEERLEADERS .. E ,y X: ,se 5 its Q fi X S iii 52 P3 S 35 ,ii 51 2 Left to Right, Bottom Row: I. Davis, P. Pope, L. Robinson, R. LaPlante. Top Row: C. Hammond, N. Wallace, P. Hemeon, D. Tibbetts. BASEBALL TEAM , , it Left to Right, Bottom Row: J. Morrison, R. Pelletier, Mr. Clark, Coach, R. Hoitt, R. Bryant, P. Desroc-hers, L. Pouliot, A. White, M. Healey, R. Cote, P. Rainville. Second Row: R. Magoon, E. Laclair, B. Fogg, V. Walker, R. Robitaille, R. Tessier, A. Liolis, T. McNally. Third Row: C. Ham, I. Young, W. Springer, W. Hawthorne, C. Colby, M. Mullavey, P. Michel, R. Patch, D. Rousseau. Top Row: G. Comeau, M. Dustin, S. Seamans, W. Keyser, N. Dustin. TRACK TEAM ., ,,.,, 5 5 Left to Right, Bottom Row: L. Kimball, R, Thompson, W. Bergeron, Mr. Devine, Coach, D. Iohndrow, P. Rousseau, R. Pierce, G. Cutting. Second Row: L. Beaupre, L. Labonte, D. Carignan, R. Tonneson, C. Rousseau, P. Berube, P. Gagnon, L. Dineen. GIRL'S BASKETBALL TEAM Q qi r W4 ......-.E A 1 - - 4 fx Q H W Q I J 1 fn 6 1 I 'I '1 'S I '4 N , Q R f-Q -1 . -e 1 1 is i 'Q Av s 1 1 x n 1 I 'I 1 3 I S I I I I. C Q I l l I X K " W 'Q V .- V V i QA ' t l A '7 7 if . M V i in-'6"WQ , , ,K H53 f i2Qi5?'5T21'i4Q5fl4PYi'Yi..g E, 1. lil 'S - +V 1 A ' A + - . Left to Right, Bottom How: Miss Dolloff, Coachg Carolyn Turner, Managerg Barbara Wallace, Rita La Plante, Pauline Beaupre, Cecile Morrell, Ioan Rivard, Cynthia Bennett. Back Row: Elaine Cariznan. Adrienne Moodv, Gloria Boisclair, Zarne Dufault, Joyce Turgeon, Sandra Jacques, Nan Whitehead, Dorothy Dane. 'iv .v an DON FEV no -fo 5 ff PM HJIQQP- 534,455 UWfW,fi'l" ,,..M'fnmsw 7! APFPI L IN .1 fag. 0 Ill .5 Q -nm .,, H :QQ 1 few 1 k k i ag, 'Fw K 4i,., ,5 w ' , g ff :X f M S 3 Wifi! Q is 'L in fi' , Vg, A Z, iig,,! V+? Ef g W X N ' ki? X .3 QA i ablliil ? Y as mm ' 1 g M, , twiki! L . Qifblag, fl.. is-wgg wif 'XM s. ff 'O fs Y six, Qi Qgfggir f? ' ' v,,jg AV ffi Q , mmm-new " . kim 5' A . .X 'f x, , , . ,VE A Q5Lf '3 f R if '13 1 gif W 1 whiff ggi, 7 Q, fl ,, .2 jj , mf xfsj 1, f X, i 1, Q qw k 1 -X Zfirzgff , X km 7 L? I Q, f iWg5 i X X X Xxx X Q N R X xr v HSV w CAR IVA JFK, .- fs....I pb" '-..--,,,,,x"'w MN .20 , ,W ff K ',.Mz"1 iq, f X . . wp 'Leg 412' an Qi! 0"" 3, V1 . may ' f M23 , ww W"- 3 wJ ' cu. -Q , ,M 'Wx , Qi Qs! xg Y . ms 3.-v Q39 i 'Q :M 0-.N , a xv nolh4Y w u X Hg-Q um .... ETHEU5 TDUUER ,L--K 12' D x5gaultlp'2 S. 'li 3 -5'-c.m.uo-on j L A-:X F41 'TVWF5 Wu- - Sfiiq " 4 .4 "DoN'1 Tzu. v-ni - 1 nnouahx-'5 RN iLLusun4H " na-W wa savanna f , 1- -mmm VVe're finished. VVhen you read this book you'll End We had absolutely nothing in mind. VVhile doing our best, we had a ball, Worrying, working, loafing, et al. We think you'll see we've done our best, VVhile now it's time for us to rest. VVe're finished. 72 vi.-f NSWEX VE I- h, MONE7' over?- 'DON'-F ' 5-i AND HEAD KNSQK BYOUFL 'KW T E u5Hv S5 HOW TO ROCK MONEY I5 MY Min 5'-:Q sucasso 'Busuvfiss uv owe EASY Lsssofv De .. lpggzgu SEDGFIR INS. U Hoo R AL co. Lmosenu J' 73 .3-jl"' IxX5 if QS X Xl! I, ,zzz XI , ,Q ff' 'X igytgi l ,, Qi: lf' -t""' i ii yPPING .Z-illilffiih Qi1'9ff'M? W Ti'JOB?3W1Nlw CHECK WHAT YOU WANT: Good starting salary with regular raises Pleasant work with other girls and young men Prestige of a responsible job with a well-known and respected company If your list shows three checks, then you should check into what the Telephone Company has to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before they graduate from high school. Come in and see our employment interviewer soon. You'll enjoy talking with her. Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all set! I'm going to work with the Telephone Company!" See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and talk first with her about when and where to apply- NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH C0 74 MPANY Compliments of LaROCHE'S MARKET Groceries - Meats - Fruits Candy - Tobacco - Beverages - Telephone 844-R - FRANKLIN :: NEW HAMPSHIRE H. A. Griffin Inc., Agency E. S. Daniell, Jr., Prop. General Insurance - Bonds Where Service Comes First Tel. 62-R - Bank Block Compliments of DR. FRED ZIEGLER Optometrist Compliments of C. D. DORVAL CO., INC Automotive Parts 175 Central Street-Franklin Compliments of Dr. and Mrs. Samanto Quain Tilton - N. H. For Your Senior Portraits THE ACHBER STUDIO 49 CANAL STREET laconia, N. H.-Tel. 415 Est. 1924 Compliments of SHOP'N ATE Snack Bar Groceries Central Street :: Franklin Compliments of WINNISQUAM HOUSE Rt. 3-5 m. North of Tilton On lake Winnisquam Compliments of DALPHOND BROS., INC. Andover, N. H. THE BOOK STALL Books - Stationery - Gifts 424 Central St., Franklin EVERETT TILTON Hill Road Compliments Compliments of of Western Auto Associate Store W. SLADEN THOMPSON And SMH Optometrist 430 Central Street Telephone 456 30 Beaton Street Franklin, N. H. J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Your Family Store 384-388 Central Street Tel. 309-W SYLVESTER'S MARKET Quality Meats - Vegetables and Fruit Phone 59- Prompt Delivery Memorial St., Franklin, N. H. CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES to the Class of 1958 of FRANKLIN HIGH SCHOOL May Success and Prosperity as you all go forth be yours into what we all hope will be a PEACEFUL WORLD THE FRANKLIN NATIONAL BANK FRANKLIN SAVINGS BANK Compliments of KeIIy's Army and Navy FRANKLIN - LACONIA French's Radio Shop 26 Franklin Street TOYS - RECORD - T.V. Telephone 181 ROBERT M. THIBAULT Funeral Home Franklin, N. H. 143 Franklin Street Phone 106 77 A FRIEND Compliments of Central Beef Company Willow Hill-FRANKLIN PIPER MOTOR COMPANY Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Service WEST FRANKLIN Tel. 390 or 958 Success to the Class of '58 Pinkham's Super Market and Motels Compliments of f CDA efnqbf Louis Verza Leather, Inc. 45 Tannery Street WEST FRANKLIN-N. H. MAHONEY'S WELDING ENGINEERS 765 Central Street FRANKLIN, H. H. :: Tel. 276-W Industrial and Construction Welding - Metal Fabrication Compliments of COURTEMANCHE BROS. Franklin Wholesale Mart Inc C. and D. Driganti Fruit and Produce White Rock Beverages Prince Macaroni Compliments of H. A. PARKER, JR, Compliments of KIDDER LUMBER and OIL SUROWIEC'S MARKET 26 West Bow Street FRANKLIN :: NEW HAMPSHIRE f' I ,v .xvlf , TEL. 43D Court Annie Nesmith No. 850 Catholic Daughters of America Congratulations to the CLASS OF '58 I I is GRIFFIN E noonsv n.cmmn. 11. nfc.mmn..mm The Prescription Headquarters of CENTRAL NEW HAMPSHIRE Mail Orders Promptly Filled Come to us for your PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES-BABY NEEDS and COSMETICS Hearing Aids and Typewriters Sold and Serviced. Franklin Self-Service Laundry WILLOW HILL, FRANKLIN Telephone 279-W Robert Shearer, Prop. "We Come CIean" HOLMES and NELSON, Inc. Takes the Opportunity to Congratulate the CLASS OF 1958 Compliments of JAMES J. SULLIVAN, D.D.S. Bank Block :: Tel. 588-M FRANKLIN - NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of SANDY'S STORE Groceries - Meats TONICS - ICE CREAM PERKINS' SHOE STORE Shoes and Rubbers For The Entire Family Franklin Street-Franklin, N. H Compliments of EDWARD BUCZYNSKI Compliments of FRANKLIN NURSERIES Gordon Colburn, Prop. Compliments of BAKER'S REMNANT STORE 378 Central Street J. P. STEVENS 8. CO., Inc Franklin-N. H. Fine Fabrics since 1813 Compliments of Pepler's Atlantic Service TOWNE and COUNTRY Furniture ALBERT Q. WATERMAN 196 North Main Street WEST FRANKLIN, N. H. Telephone 440 COLLINS BODY SHOP Auto Body Painting Auto Glass and Auto Radiator Repairs Walter E. Collins Phonesz- Home 706-R Shop 'I03 NEIL'S RESTAURANT Route 3A West Franklin, New Hampshire Compliments of Hearthstone Basket Store Compliments of PRESCOTT OIL COMPANY Compliments of PLASTIC FABRICATORS Congratulations to the Class of '58 May you realize all your hopes. MERLE DROWN Yarn and Gift Flower Nook Tel. 448-R-420 Central Street Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1958 GILES DAIRY and DAIRY BAR Compliments of LEON'S JEWELRY Compliments of MILLIE'S LUNCH Ice Cream Sodas Millie Barczak - Prop. H. L. YOUNG 8. COMPANY MEMORIAL HOME, Inc. Bradford H. Butler, Director 175 South Main Street FRANKLIN - NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments ot HEBERT MFG. CO., INC. Congratulations and Good Wishes FRANKLIN CLEANERS 333 Central Street-Franklin, N. H. Telephone 441 -M Congratulations and Good Luck Class of 1958 FRANKLIN SPA Roger Yacopucci, Prop. MAY SUCCESS FOLLOW YOU WHEREVER YOU GO. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. S. Melvin Nelson, Pastor CHURCH SERVICES Sunday:- Sunday School ...... 10:00 A.M. Worship Service .... 11:00 A.M Evening Service ...... 7:00 P.M. Compliments of TRUCHON'S DRUG ARCO OIL COMPANY Best Buy in Quality Gasolines New - Retread - Used Tires At Lowest Prices Free mounting and wheel balancing 798 Central Street - FRANKLIN Phone 1045 Compliments of E. G. and E. W. LEACH Compliments of JOHN DOWlE'S Drive-In WILLIE HUNTOON 8: CO. 29 Memorial St-Tel. 215-J Sheet Metal Work-Air Conditioning Oil Burner Sales and Service AL BRASSARD Plumbing and Heating Sales and Service 22 Freedom Drive-Franklin, N. H Tel. 49 Best Wishes to the Class of '58 Franklin Co-operative Bank All Savings Insured up to 510,000.00 Monthly Payment Savings, Savings Accounts, Christmas Clubs, Lump Sum Savings Certificates 1887 to 1958 Compliments of G. W. GRIFFIN CO. Hack and Band Saw Blades FRANKLIN z: N. H. ll Compliments of Tilton Sand ancl Gravel, Inc. PERRY'S CITIES SERVICE KEEGAN'S HARDWARE "Everything in Hardware" CENTRAL srmssr Cushing's Electrical Center 334 csurrm srneer "Everything in Appliances" TELEVISION - HI-FIDELITY Compliments of Knights of Columbus Over 75 years of continuous service and growth" Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation LOU G. CARIGAN Compliments of DR. SAWYER EARL DURGIN Personal High Quality TELEVISION SERVICE 339 Central Street FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Telephone: - Business 600 Residence 606-R PHIPPS' JEWELRY Franklin Street FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of ARTHUR TILTON Congratulations and Best Wishes to the CLASS OF 1958 from the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks RENNIES TAXIE Charles Colby, Prop. Martin's Music Store Phonograph Records To Please You MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and ACCESSORIES Franklin Bowling Alley Earl Porter, Prop. -MEMQRIAL STREET- Compliments of A FRIEND Cosmetics Sporting Goods LAMBERT'S 401 Central Street FRANKLIN-NEW HAMPSHIRE Patent Medicines Rego Shell Service Station 40 South Main Street FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Compliments of GREVIOR'S FURNITURE STORE 414 Central Street THE KURL SHOP Hairdressers Leona Albert, Prop. 385 CENTRAL STREET Compliments Of DONALD W. CUSHING Attorney-at-Law 379 Central Street FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE Success to the CLASS OF 1958 MERRIMACK MILLS ll BOYD'S LAUNDRY Our new plastic bag machine' General In G R I E O I 395 CENTRAL STREET, FRANKLIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE TEL. FRANKLIN 737 Compliments of Dr. Frank J. Robinson 194 MAIN STREET TILTON - NEW HAMPSHIRE THE FRANKLIN CO-OPERATIVE BANK Sincerely Congrafulafes The Class of '58 370 Central Street-Tel. 125 G. W. GRIFFIN C0 93 MEMORIAL STREET Telephone 236 AL BRASSARD "Plumber to all." 22 FREEDOM DRIVE A FRIEND Chao car a. I ap y UUGEE XI ff' c m an N - L ffs 87 Verney's Jenny Station North Main Street Merrill Manor 221 Glenwood Avenue Lamothe Funeral Home South Main Street New England Wire Pro d North Main Street Gile Wiring Company 25 Highland Avenue D. Barry 8: Company 38 Franklin Street jean M. Shaw Agency 409 Central Street Dr. james Woodman 336 Central Street Rousseau's Clothing Store Central Street Carlton W. Roy Webster Lake Road Hammond's Bakery Central Street Cote's Food Center Central Street Thomton Barber Shop North Main Street Bonin's Beauty Shop 130 West Bow Street Dr. Frank Kropp Central Street Sunlight Dry Cleaners O. Leclerc, Prop. 85 School Street Iack Sawyer 633 Main Street Laconia, N. H. Franklin Cafe Franldin Street Butt's Friendly Service Station Central Street Roy's Barber Shop 20 Franklin Street Palace Diner 344 Central Street Crossy's Market Terrace Road Doucette's Market 114 Franldin Street A. A. Thompson Coal Co 319 Central Street Dr. 8: Mrs. Robert O. Beaudet 400 Central Street Bennett's I.G.A. Super Market 73 North Main Street Rafaelly's Market 406 Central Street Wash-Brite Laundry 17 Memorial Street Colby's Dairy Prospect Street Ieannette's Beauty Salon 323 Central Street Dr. Alfred Agrella 336 Central Street Val's Barber Shop 325 Central Street Rolfe Camp Co. Inc. 494 Centra.l Street Gussie's Restaurant 352 Central Street Main Street Store 18 North Main Street Marie's Beauty Shop 19 Franklin Street ADan's Pharmacy 436 Central Street Bow Street Garage East Bow Street Wilfred Huntoon 61 Company 29 Memorial Street Ayotte's Barber Shop 336 Central Street Franklin Branch of Ladies Auxiliary Central Street Friendly Barber Shop Franklin Street fi p 921, . 5 '-Jw, Q- f--Q. - fb Q wi I :V H wx- 1-rk .:, yf' Q, J' oz.. . dx. , V-' k. , -. azz v w x Mx..-unix .5-Mgd. nm 0, ...,.,1..z:Mn -r-..


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