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GEORGETOWN PEABODY LIBRARY 3 2 20 00069 387 7 For Reference Not to be taken from this room V f l " t i ■i 1 This, the 1957 " Perley Gates”, is gratefully dedicated to Miss Brown and Miss Davis - in appreciation of their un- bounded efforts in our behalf, both in the classroom and in extra-curricular activities. i t 1 Mr. JOSEPH JORDAN Mathematic s Physics, Chemistry Mr. JAMES H. BOYNTON Principal United States History Mr. PAUL O ' CONNELL Driver Education Civics , Shop Mr. ELLSWORTH WELCH Principal Elementary Schools Mrs. EDNA 3. JORDAN Home Economics Junior Business Training Mr. F. WARREN LYNCH English, Biology Civics 3 KENNETH HOOD Boys ' Basketball Mrs. EVELYN V. SHAW GEORGE W. RODAN Problems of Democracy Football English Mrs. CAMILLE LACEY Senior Class Play FRED HILSE Musi c Glee Club Our School Nurse Mrs. CARRIE ADAMS checks eyesight in our library as a part of her reg- ular duties. 4 George Fisher Bartlett " Joe” Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 2,3, 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Pres, 4; Conference 3,4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Class Treas. 2, Vice-Pres. 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3 ,4; Senior Play Cast; School Paper Staff 3. Carl Frederick Bergstrom, Jr. " Steve " JV Basketball 2; Football 3; Glee Club 2,3,4; Class Paper Staff 2; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 4, Conference 4; Senior Play Stage C r ew . Anthony Lewis Di Vincenzo " Tony " Timothy Joseph Conroy, 111 " Tim " Lawrence Central Catholic 1. Sophomore Hop Committee; Jun- ior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Basketball 3,4, Co-Captain 4; Glee Club 3, 4, Pres. 4; School Paper Staff 3; Student Counci l Pres. 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Conference 4; Senior Play Cast; Delegate State Good Gov- ernment Day 4; Baseball 2,3,4. Bryant Michael Daley " Pete " Hampton High School 1,2. Bas- ketball 1,2; Class President 2, Treasurer 1; Track 1; Hi-Y 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Football 3; School Paper Staff 3; Senior Play Stage Crew, Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1,2; Class Secretary 3; Senior Play Stage Crew; Sophomore Hop Committee; Sen- ior Kick-off Committee; Record Hop Committee 4. Katherine Lillian Doncaster " Kathy " JV Basketball 1; Basketball 2,3, 4; Softball 1,2, 3, 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2,3,4; Class Reporter; School Paper 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; School Paper Staff 3; American Legion Medal 3; Delegate to Girls ' State 3; Future Nurses ' Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Senior Kick-off Committee; Senior Play Cast; Playbook Committee. 5 1 ■i Sandra May Driscoll " Sandy " JV Basketball 1; Softball, Co- Manager 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2,3, Secretary 1,2,4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Cheerleader 2; School Paper Staff 1,3; Perley Gates Business Manager 4; Playbook Staff 4. Gale Ann Eagan " Gale " Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Football Cheerleader 3; Softball 1,2,3; Senior Play Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick- off Committee; School Paper Staff 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; Play- book Staff 4. " Judy " JV Basketball 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Softball 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, 4; Student Council 3,4, V Pres. 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Sopho- more Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee ; Senior Kick- off Committee; School Paper Staff 3; Senior Play Committee; Perley Gates Editor 4. Joseph Dean Halpin " Dean " Saugus High School 1,2,3. Sau- gus High: Boys ' Club 1,2,3; Camera Club 1,2. Perley Gates Staff 4; Senior Play Stage Crew. Jean Valerie Halstead " Jean " Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 1 ,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1 ,2 ,3 ,4 , T reas- urer 3; Softball 1,2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Student Council 1; School Paper Staff 1,3; Senior Kick-off Committee; Senior Play Committee. Francis Cavell Hochmuth " Red " Sophomore Hop Committee; Glee Club 1,2,3: JV Basketball 2; Jun- ior Prom Committee; Hi-Y 4; School Paper Staff 3, 6 ! 1 Raymond Joseph Kinney, Jr. " Jack” Baseball 2,3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treas. 3,4; Class President 3,4; Junior Prom Chairman; Sophomore Hop Committee; Editor, School Paper 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, V- Pres. 4; Alternate Delegate, State Good Government Day; Senior Play Cast JV Basketball 1 . Elaine Madeline Marceau " Marcy " Class Vice Pres. 1,2, Secretary 3; Co-editor School Paper 3, Staff 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2; Softball 1,2; Sophomore Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; JV Basketball 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Football Cheer- leader 3,4; Glee Club 1,3,4; Sen- ior Play Cast; Periey Gates Staff 4, Millicent Nancy Mello " Nancy " Sophomore Hop Committee; Jun- ior Prom Committee ; Senior Kick-off Committee; Glee Club 1 ,2,3. Norma Gertrude Mello " Norma " Basketball Manager 3; Glee Club 1,2; Sophomore Hop Com- mittee; Junior P om Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Tri- Hi-Y 1,2, 3, 4; School Paper Staff 3; Class Play Prompter; Ice Cream Committee. Deborah Ann Murphy " Debby " " Murph " Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Jiiuior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-afi Committee; School paper Staff 3; Foctball Cheerleader 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Softball 1,2,4; JV 13a si ' .etball 4; Senior Play Com- mittee. Mary Louise Najam " Mary Lou " Danb’.iry High Sciiool, Conn. 1,2. Latin Club 1,2; F’.turc Nurses Club 3,4, V Pres. ; School Paper Stall 3; Glee (Jlub 3,4; d’ri-Hi-Y 4; Dance Committees l,2;_Junior Prom Committee: Senior Play Cast. 7 1 -( Margaret Ann Norris " Margie " Havernill High School 1; Bad- minton 1; Volley Ball 1; Basket- ball 1; Glee Club 2,3,4; Cheer- leader 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; School Paper Staff 3; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom C ommittee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Senior Play Com- mittee. Priscilla Elaine Noyes " Pris " " Penny " Student Council 2; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Senior Record Hop Committee; 4-H, six years; Tri- Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; School Pianist 4; Senior Play Cast; Play Book Committee; Candy Com- mittee 4. James Thomas Perkins " Perk " Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Senior Play Committee . F rank Pe r ri " Spike " Class President 1; Glee Club 1, 2,3,4; Sophomore Hop Commit- tee; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off; Senior Play Committee . Natalie Burr Powell " Nat " Class V Pres. 1; Basketball 3,4, Co-Capt. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Chaplain 2, V Pres. 3,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Glee Club 1,2,3 ,4; Junior Prom Pro- gram Committee; Senior Play Prompter. Russell Carleton Rutherford " Rudy " JV Basketball 1,2; Basketball 3, 4; Hi-Y 3,4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Kick-off Commit- tee; School Paper Staff 3; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2,4; Senior Play Stage Crew. 8 1 1 i I dt Edward Francis Shea, III " Eddie " Immaculate Conception High of Lynn, Mass. 1,Z, Football Z; Basketball i,Z,3,4; Hi-Y 4; Glee Club 1,Z,3,4; School Paper Staff 3; ICH Class V Pres. Z. ELIZABETH A. SMITH " Pinky " Haverhill High School 1 ,Z; Brown and Gold 1, German Club 1; Softball 3,4; Junior Prom Com- mittee 3; Senior Class Play Cast; Candy Committee; 4-H six years. Roger Paul Soucy, Jr. " Roger " Glee Club 1,Z,3,4; Class Treas- urer 3,4; Class Pres. 3; Senior Plav Cast; Hi-Y 3,4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Committee; JV Basketball 1 ,Z; School Paper Staff 3. George Alvin Stevens " George " Newburyport High School 1; Hi- Y 4; Senior Play Cast, Stage Crew. Leslie Marie Tobin " T obe " Basketball 3,4; Softball Z; Sophomore Hop Committee; Jun- ior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; Tx " i-Hi-Y 1,Z,3,4, Treas. Z, Chaplain 3, President 4; Future Nurses Club 3; Glee Club 1,Z,3,4. Patricia Jean Twombly " Pat " Haverhill High School 1,Z. Glee Club 1,Z,3,4; Sophomore Hop Committee; Junior Prom Com- mittee; Senior Kick-off Commit- tee; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Senior Play Cast; Play Book Committee. 9 k , f Bette-Jean Woodland " Bette " Portsmouth, N.H., High School 1,2. Glee Club 1,3,4; Softball 1; Basketball 1; Tri-Hi-Y 3,4; Jun- ior Prom Committee; Senior Kick-off Committee; School Paper Staff 3,4; Football Cheer- leader 4; Basketball Cheerleader 3,4; Class Secretary 4; Senior Play Committee. Edward James Watson " Eddie " JV Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1, 2; Student Council 2,3; Senior Play Stage Crew; Glee Club 1,2; School Paper Staff 3. Lucille Pettengill Lucille came to us in February from Wilton Academy in Wilton, Maine. We are glad to have her with us, for she is a real addition to our class. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Bette Woodland, Secretary; George Bartlett, Vice-Pres. Raymond Kinney, President; Roger Soucy, Treasurer. 10 FRONT ROW; J. Searl, M. Driscoll, J. Parker, S. Pereen, O. Pingree, W. Pingree, L. Di- Biaso, A. Flanagan, D. Casey, S. Hartman, C. Eagan, E. Lambert. SECOND ROW: P. Travers, M. Nolan, S. Graves, B. Ricker, J. Reed, B. Finnigan, J. Boynton, P. Tobin, L. Adams, S. Wil- lard, C. Tellefson, V. Lambert. THIRD ROW: S. Dole, R. Crowe, D. Boyd, G. Prescott, R. Gaudette , D. Smith, T. Mansfield, J. Soucy, B. Andrews, Paul Melanson, B. Cramer, R. Scour- tis, D. Desjardins. J uniotd Probably the most outstanding work done by the Juniors so far was our Sophomore Hop. The hall was transformed into a South Sea Island setting, under the able leadership of S indra Graves. Tim Conroy and Chris Boyland were our King and Queen. Our class has also contributed several promising athletes to the Per- ley teams. Skip Prescott represents us on the football team, and Bill Pingree and Larry DiBiaso are our shining lights in basket- ball. The girls who play basketball from this class a re Olive Pingree, Ann Flanagan and Jay Reed. Wait ' til WE ' RE SENIORS! 1958 Class Officers: Treasurer, Olive Pingree Vice-president, William Pingree President, Larry DiBiaso Secretary, Ann Flanagan FRONT ROW: P. Parkhurst, C. Corcoran, G. Illsley, B. Jones, M. Kelloway, B. Harrigan, Mark Kelloway, B. Earle, B. Wood, J. Thompson, C. Hudson, D. DiVincenzo. SECOND ROW: D. Kissel, H. Hooper, B. Hochmuth, G. Maxfield, S. Stanley, K. Travers, R. Seavey, C. Boy- land, B. Cheney, S. Maynard, D. Ross, A. Mello, J. MacAloney. THIRD ROW; N. Williams, S. Boyd, D. Fuller, L. Falabella, C. Coombs, D. Bilodeau, R. Greenleaf, C. Dodge, J. Holbrook, N. Prescott, G. Neily, G. Trafton, R. Leonard. onto fed Several of our classmates have distinguished themselves in ath- letics this year. The fall season saw Charles Coombs, Jimmy Holbrook, Mark Kelloway and Norman Prescott in action on the football team. Jimmy Holbrook and Dave Fuller represent the class of 1959 in basketball. On the girls basketball team we have Barbara Harrigan and Barbara Hochmuth. And Sandy May- nard has done us proud as head cheerleader. 1959 CLASS OFFICERS Secretary; Marcia Ke lloway Vice President: Barbara Harrigan President: Mark Kelloway Treasurer; Betty Ea iTe wim ' jfliiiHn; II ifim : j fl .■ 4 " VyT FRONT ROW: J. Tibbetts, M. Casey, J. Hardy, B. Wilkins, N. Jones, D. Searl, C. Hunt, B. Hatch, F. Sherman, L. Ralph, R. Perri. SECOND ROW: R. Nunan, R. Lambert, B. Morse, D. Peatfield, N. Brown, C. Holt, P. Taylor, E. Hurd, G. Parker, B. Morse, D. Strogney, T. Wight- man, THIRD ROW: R. Greenleaf, S. Wilkins, J. Tidd, C. Schmidt, J. Spofford, S. Roberts, M. Rutherford, F. Ritter, J. Whitney, S. Merrill, S. Tramer, L. Eldridge, P. Eaton. FOURTH ROW: N. Nichols, N. Lee, J. Kinney, J. Dole, M. L. Smith, B.Smerage, P. Chellis, E. Fuller, L. Kastberg, L. Currant, S. Bubier, C. James, P. Boyland. FIFTH ROW; J. Delaney, Peter Melanson, D. Coombs, M. Shea, J. Philbrook, W. Seavey, R. Bartlett, J. Boynton, D. Elliott, W. Tyrie, J. Russell, G. Sylvester. Without the class of 1960, where would our football team have been? Freshmen taking part in football included Chester Holt, Eugene Hurd, David Coombs, Peter Melan- son, Jimmy Delaney, and David Strogney. Our contributions to the basketball team show great promise for the future. These boys are Jimmy Boynton, Pat Taylor, Wayne Seavey, Don Searl, David Elliott. Girl players who are on the JV Team are Nancy Nichols, Barbara Hatch, Carol Hunt and Boyland. We ' re on our way to success! L I960 CLASS OFFICERS Secretary; Nancy J one s Vice President: Don- ald Searl President: Carol Hunt Treasurer: Barbara Hatch STANDING: Anthony DiVincenzo, Joseph Halpin, SEATED: Sand ' ca Driscoll, Business Manager; Mrs. Shaw, Faculty Advisor; Judith Fuller, Editor-in- chief; Elaine Marceau. ounci The duties of the Student Council are varied, as the occasion de- mands. Student Council members make special fund collections in the home rooms, serve as assistants at various functions, and generally help out as the need arises. Student Council Representatives: David Fuller and Kathryn Travers, Sophomores; Timothy Conroy, Student Council President, and Judith Fuller, Seniors; John Soucy and Carolyn T ellef- sen. Juniors; Michael Shea and Peggy Boyland, Freshmen. F I V f 1 i£ la . FRONT ROW; P. Tobin, L, Noyes, J. Boynton, E. Lambert, L. Tobin, N. Powell, S. Driscoll, J. Reed, E. Marceau, B. Ricker, SECOND ROW: K. Doncaster, V. Lambert, P. Twombly, J. Halstead, P. Travers, M. Driscoll, L. Adams, J. Fuller, C. Tellefsen, B. Woodland, M. Norris, M. L. Najam, Norma Mello, Nancy Mello. The two clubs, Tri-Hi-Y and Hi-Y have worked together this year on many pro- jects. These groups have aimed at becoming honor clubs and to that end the Tri- Hi-Y has had three projects, the making of scrapbooks for children ' s hospitals, the collecting of used clothing to be sold for the benefit of the building fund of the Ha- verhill Y.M.C.A., and the addressing of envelopes for the secretary of the Haver- hill Y. Together the two groups planned and carried out our Christmas religious program at school. The sponsoring of two bills for Youth and Government Day held at Lynn this year has been a joint project. For recreation the two clubs have been bowling and the boys have had a basketball team consisting of Hi-Y members not on the regular Perley team. Much credit for our successful year should go to Mrs. Richard Nichols and John Mannheim who have been advisors for the groups. D©©n CLQVXSOX ' B lOl ' oiio jii.y FRONT ROW: L. Falabella, J. Kinney, W. Pingree, G. Bartlett, C. Bergstrom, D. Smith, M. Kelloway. SECOND ROW: C. Coombs, J. Holbrook, C. Rutherford, C. Dodge, T. Conroy, E. Shea, B. Daley, J. Soucy, Paul Melanson, R. Soucy, D. Fuller, D. Desjardins. 4 i W -.- 1 1 mtlm FIRST ROW: P. Noyes, J, Searl, M. L. Najam, P. Travers, C. Boyland, K. Travers, S. May- nard, J. Kinney, L. Tobin, T. Conroy, M. Kelloway, D. Smith, Mr. Hilse. SECOND ROW: S. Hartman, D. Ross, C. Schmidt, M. Rutherford, S. Roberts, M. Driscoll, T. Wightman, D. Searl, S. Bergstrom, R. Soucy, G. Dartiett, Paul Melanson, S. Dole. THIRD ROW: C. Corcoran, C. Hudson, D. DiVincenzo, J. Fuller, D. Murphy, D. Casey, D. Daley, C. Rutherford, F. Perri, R. Leonard, R. Bartlett, L. Falabella. FOURTH ROW: E. Marceau, P. Twombly, K. Doncaster, O. Pingree, B. Earle, B. Andrews, J. Philbrook, J. Russell, J. Boynton, D. Elliott, J. Delaney, W. Tyrie, D. Fuller. FIFTH ROW: J. Halstead, B. Woodland, M. Norris, S. Driscoll, N. Pow- ell, B. Harrigan, C. Hunt, J. Tidd, S. Bubier, C. Tellefsen, M. Kelloway, L. DiBiaso. SIXTH ROW: J. Spofford, 3. Smerage, L. Currant, N. Nichols, N. Jones, B. Hatch, J. Boynton, J. Thompson, G. Illsley, R. Scourtis, W. Pingree, J. Soucy. SEVENTH ROW: L. Kastberg, 3. Hochmuth, A. Mello, P. Chellis, J. Dole, J. Reed, V. Lambert, P. Tobin, M. Nolan, A. Flana- gan. Standing: Mr. Hilse, Music Supervisor; T. Wightman, J. Maripoti. Seated: D. Win- throp, J. Tidd, R. Williams, N. Williams, J. Tidd, G. IHs- ley, D. Reed, J. Reed, L. Di- Biaso, M. Kelloway, D. Smith. FIRST ROW; Natalie Powell, Mary Lou Najam, Mrs. Noren, Advisor; Judith Fuller, Katherine Doncaster, Patricia Travers. SECOND ROW: Betty Earle, Sandra Maynard, Ann Flanagan, Barbara Hochmuth, Olive Pingree, Andrea Mello, Marcia Kelloway. Under the able leadership of a volunteer advisor, Mrs. Anna Noren, R.N., of Georgetown, our Future Nurses Club has flourished. We have had many speakers on various subjects related to nursing. Many visits have been made to the hopi- p tals having nursing schools. These included the Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Salem Hospital, Salem; Lowell General Hospital, Lowell; St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Brighton; Burbank Hospital, Fitchburg; Mary Hitchcock Hospital, Hanov- er, New Hampshire. We don ' t always look like this! En route to the Hi-Y Convention are Mr. Boynton, Louis Falabella, Dave Smith, Mark Kelloway, Jack Kinney, Bill Pingree, Ed Shea, Tom Conroy, Bergstrom, Roger Soucy, and George Bartlett. PI I I lev af ' eiepici Left to right; George Prescott, Jay Reed, Doug Bilodeau, Stan Dole and Tom Mansfield. With the training they ' re getting, they ' ll make won- derful housekeepers ! Mrs. Reed and Norma Mello help the seniors, Kathie Doncaster, Steve Berg- strom and Jack Kinney with their choices Mrs. Reed, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs Poole, Mrs. Sylvester, and Mrs Lee make up our most efficient kitchen crew. i j ; Miss Brown and her famous Type X class. Front to back; Kathie Doncaster and Judy Boynton, Roger Soucy and Lee Adams, Donna Casey and Nat Powell, Steve Bergstrom and R. Crowe, Joe Bartlett and Eddie Shea. Does Kathie al- ways hold her mouth that way. Miss Brown? Home Economics looks like fun! Mrs. Jordan and her sophomores. Counter- clockwise from the right: Dolores Di- Vincenzo, Jean Tibbetts, Judy MacAloney, Dottie Kissel, Barb Hochmouth, Beverly Cheney, Gail Maxfield, Sandra Stanley, Carolyn Corcoran, Rita Seavey, and Carol Hudson. Our " finest " - Gile and Ralph Wil- liams. Our school life would never run so smoothly without these two. " Orchids " to these two and the job they do. 19 Front Row: M. Kelloway, T. Conroy, N. Prescott, J. Holbrook, C. Coombs, G. Prescott. Rear: Coach Rodan, C. Holt, E. Hurd, D. Coombs, Peter Melanson, J. Delaney, D. Strogney. Our second year of six-man football found us with a new coach, Mr. Rodan, and a full schedule of seven games. The freshmen on the squad give promise of even greater success for Perley in the future. Score October 6 Lancaster at Perley Pe r ley 24 Opponent 14 October 13 Perley at Manchester 6 32 October 20 Harvard at Perley 35 20 October 27 Hamilton at Perley 24 12 November 3 Perley at Cambridge 39 34 November 10 Perley at Topsfield 6 32 November 16 Perley at Essex 26 49 oo tUi Football Cheerleaders Standing: Head Cheerleader Elaine Marceau. Kneeling: Virginia Lambert, Marjorie Driscoll, Ann Flanagan, Jay Reed, Mary Nolan, Bette W oodland. I Front Row: James Holbrook, David Fuller, William Pingree , Carleton Rutherford, James Boynton, Donald Searl. Back Row: Timothy Conroy, Larry DiBiaso, Wayne Seavey, George Bartlett, Jack Kinney, Coach Kenneth Hood. Boys’ Basketball The five seniors who will be lost by way of graduation this year contributed much to the team. Co-captains were Jack Kinney and Tim Conroy. Ed Shea ' s height and Buddie Rutherford ' s ball-handling were outstanding. George Bartlett ' s over all hard work was an inspiration to the other players on the team. The season ended with a 7-10 recor d. Six of these games were lost by three points or less. Prospects for next year look promising. Cheerleaders Front Row: Christine Boyland, Sandra Maynard, Bette Woodland. Back Row: Janet Thompson, Patricia Travers, Betty Earl, Gail Illsley. Substitute not shown, Marjorie Driscoll. ,1 21 Front Row; Kathie Doncaster, Barbara Hochmuth, Ann Flanagan, Judith Fuller. Back Row; Olive Pingree, Natalie Powell, Elaine Marceau, Jay Reed, Leslie Tobin, Barbara Harrigan. Coach; Mr. Boynton; Co-captains, Judy Fuller and Natalie Powell. Girls’ Basketball Varsity; Five seniors will be graduated in June, Nat Powell, Elaine Marceau, Leslie Tobin, Kathie Doncaster, and Judy Fuller. The team won the Merri- mac Valley Small Schools Tournament and was tied for first place in league play. Thus Perley has held the title for four consecutive seasons. Perley ' s forward, Kathie Doncaster, also won the tournament foul shooting contest. High scorers for the season were Judy Fuller with 194 and Kathy Doncaster with 189. Judy Fuller, Kathie Doncaster and Jay Reed were picked for the all-opponent team. The J.V. ' s played only four games this year but they showed some promising prospects for next year ' s team. Co-captains for the J.V. ' s were Lee Adams and Phyllis Tobin. High scorer was a freshman, Barbara Hatch. Another sport enjoyed by the girls from Perley is softball. We have a team each spring, and play a regular schedule with other schools in the Merrimac Valley. We are antici- pating the new sport of tennis, since the new tennis courts should soon be ready for use. Then watch us go! 22 Baseball Batter up! The clarion call of this spring sport brings back memories of the 1956 baseball team. Mr. Alan Perry was our coach assisted by Mr. Welch. George Prescott, our captain, had the highest batting average. The team finished the season very success- fully, winning the Merrimac Valley Small Schools championship. In the pictures above, one may re- cognize Chuck Stevens ' 56 behind that mask, and Wilbur Hills ' 56. We look forward to another very successful year, since many of our students have had Little League and Pong League experience. 24 Tim, alias JOCKO, carries George off the stage. How much does he weigh, Tim? SEATED: Mary Louise Najam, Priscilla Noyes, Jack Kinney, Kathie Doncaster, Patricia Twombly, Judy Fuller. BACK ROW: Nat Powell, Elaine Marceau, Frank Perri, Tim Conroy, George Bart- lett, George Stevens, Roger Soucy, Joe Halpin, Elizabeth Smith, Mrs. Lacey. You should get an A whenever we have a Shake sperean play to read, George. The " woman in white " is Mary Lou. Our very successful senior play, IT WALKS AT MIDNIGHT, ar- ranged by James Reach, was coached by Mrs. Camille Lacey. It offered an evening of hilarious fun. Who can forget Tim as Jocko, or Elaine Marceau and her hallu- cinations ? Senior Play W e owe for her humor much to patience during re Mrs. Lacey and her goo hear sals . d Our bride and groom, Kathie and Jack, dis- cuss their dilemma. Nat hac trouble with the curtain f 25 At top, left: Timmy, Mary Lou and George, Top right: George, Elaine, Eliza- beth, Roger, Tim, Kathie , and Priscilla. Note, on floor: Mary Lou and Jack. Is that a dead faint , Jack ? Left center, the honeymooner s. Jack and Kathie, confer with Roger and Priscilla. Below; The stage crew hard at work. Buddie Rutherford and Anthony are on the floor. Eddie Watson works from the top of the ladder. Below, right: Miss Davis and her cohorts sell refreshments between the acts. Is that your natural ex- pression, Tim? Mr. O ' Connell ' s favorite shop class ! Left to right: George Neily, George Leveille, Nor- man Prescott, Peter Melanson, Mark White , Douglas Bilodeau, and Gene Trafton. Left center: Scene in the corridor between classes. Margie Norris, Jean Halstead , Sandra Willard, Kay Travers, and Jack Kinney. What we can ' t figure out or identify is the handbag ! Recognizable are Pat Travers, Bill Pin- gree, Paul Melanson, Richard Bartlett, and Tom Mansfield. Lower right: Can you pick yourself out of this group? We gave it up! These freshmen must be en route to that favorite class, Latin. At least, they ' re headed for Room 2 . and pajama parties -- With the exception of the pictures on this page, all photographs were taken by the LORING STUDIOS, 10 West Street, Boston 11, Massachu- setts. 28


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