Georgetown High School - Georgian Yearbook (Georgetown, MA)
- Class of 1961
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PERLEY GATES Haver Hill Gazette Af f 6 c ti on cl te 1 y known 3s Unclo Ralph, he will always stand out in our memories of Perley High School as the one who was always " there. No matter what we wanted, no effort was ever too great. His helping hand in time of need, his willing ear in time of trouble, his sense of humor always at hand, he was an integral part of all our high school years. To Ralph Wil- liams, we, the class of 1961, dedicate this, our " Perley Gate s . " 2 I FRONT ROW: Mrs. Shaw, Miss Brown, Miss Davis, Miss Faraca, Carol N. Visser. REAR ROW: Mr. Noyes, Mr. MacMillan, M. Boynton, Mr. Leeman, Mr. Reardon, Mr. Mades. JAMES H. BOYNTON, B.S. Springfield College Uni ’ersity of Massachusetts Principal RUTH E. BROWN Salem Commercial School Commercial Subjects HELEN L. DAVIS, A.B. Colby College Foreign Languages F. GERALDINE FARACA B.S. in H.E.Ed., M.Ed. Boston University Home Economics Junior Business WILLARD LEEMAN, B.S. in Ed. Drake University Industrial Arts Civi c s GERARD MacMILLAN. B.S. Salem State College Science s HARVEY MADES. B S. in Ed. Boston University Social Studies Biology RAYMOND NOYES. B.S. Tufts University Mathematics Science GORDON C. REARDON. A.B.. M.Ed. Tufts University Social Studie s General Science EVELYN V. SHAW. A.B. University of New Hampshire Eng li sh CAROL N. VISSER. B.S. Gordon College Engli sh 3 FLORENCE MARY ABEND Treasurer 2; Student Council 1; Bas- ketball Varsity 2,3,4, Co-Capt. 4; Softball 2; Basketball and Football Cheerleader; Glee Club 1,2,4; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Perley Gates Staff 4; Conference 3,4; Senior Play Cast; Christmas Play; High Honor Roll 1,2,3, Honor Roll 4; Cafeteria Worker 1,2, 3,4; D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. ALLEN NEILL AIKEN Pres. 1; Hi-Y 3,4, Pres. 4; Officers Training 3; Cross Country 1,2; J.V. Basketball 2; Baseball 3,4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Perley Gates Staff 4, Conference 3,4; Senior Play Comm.; High Honor Roll 2,3, Honor Roll 1,4; Christmas Play; Dance Comm. 2,3,4. WAYNE AUSTIN W ayne Ipswich High 1, Wilmington High 2, Reading High 3; Football 1; Track 2,4; Student Council 1; Senior Play; Ticket Committee; Dance Committees 2,3,4. ELYSE MARION BROCKELBANK Lyse Ipswich High 2, Exeter High 3; Gym Team 1,2; Glee Club 1,2,4; Football Cheerleader 4; Dramatic Club 3; Intramural Basketball 1,2,4; Dance Committees 2,3,4. THOMAS ALDEN BURKE T .B . or Tom John A. Sutter High 1; Vice Pres. 2; Hi-Y 4; Basketball 1; Football J.V. 1, Co-Capt. 1, Varsity 2; Soccer 1; Glee Club 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Dance Committees 2,3,4. DAWN ELISE CHARD Dawn Secretary 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, Vice Pres. 2; Basketball J.V. 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3,4; Horizon Club 1, Pres. 1; Con- ference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Book; Honor Roll 1,2; Cafeteria Worke r 2 . ANNE NATALIE CHENEY Anne Tri-Hi-Y 2; Basketball J.V. 2, Varsity 3; Softball 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1,2; Senior Play Usherette; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Football Queen 3; Junior Prom Attendant 3. LAURIE MAE CHRISTIANSEN Mai sy Student Council 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sec ' y 2,3,4, Sec ' y Executive Council 2, Officers Training 1,3; Basketball Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Football Cheer- leader 4; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Horizon Club 1,2, Conference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Cast; Sophomore Christmas Play; Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Cafeteria Worker 3,4; Dance Committees 2,3,4. CANDACE MAE COOKSON Candv Basketball J.V. 1,2, Varsity 3,4; Soft- ball 1; Intramural Basketball 2; Perley Echo staff 3; Honor Roll 3; Cafeteria Worker 4. JAMES G. COVEY J e r ry Hi-Y 3; Basketball J.V. 1,3; Varsity 4; Baseball 1,2; Football 3,4; Debate Club 4; Trojans 3,4. ROBERT LAWRENCE DODGE Bob Hi-Y 3,4, Sec. 4; Basketball J.V. 1; Senior Play sound effects; Sophomore Ghristmas Play; Dance Committees 2,3,4. CATHY EGAN Cathy J.V. Basketball 1; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1; Senior Play Usher; Dance Committees 2,3,4. CALVIN HAROLD ELLIOTT Cal Student Council 2; Hi-Y 2.3,4. Chaplain 3. Vice Pres. 4, Conference 3; Basket- ball Varsity 1,2; Baseball 1.3.4; Foot- ball 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Cast; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Good Gov. Day Representativ e 4. PAUL FULLER Tank Basketball J.V. 1.2.3; Football 4; Senior Play Committee; Sophomore Christmas Play; Trojans 3.4. 1 i BRENDA M. HOLT B renda Basketball J.V. 1,3; Honor Roll 1,2, 3,4; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees 2,3.4. CATHY ANN HUNT Cath Treasurer 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Dele- gate 4; Intramural Basketball 2,4; Basketball Cheerleader 1,2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1.2, 3, 4; Music Appreciation 2; Horizon Club 1,2. Conference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Perley Gates Art Editor 4. Con- ference 3,4; Senior Play Committee; Sophomore Christmas Play; Cafeteria Worker 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4. MICHAEL lAFOLLA Mike Hi-Y 3; Baseball 2,4; Football 4; Track 2; Basketball Varsity 1,2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3,4; Mechanical Drawing 2; Perley Echo Staff 3, Conference 3; Honor Roll 1; Senior Play Cast; Dance Committees 2,3.4; Trojans 3,4. JUDITH ANN JEANS J udy Vice Pres. 1; Basketball Cheerleader 1.2. 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2,3,4; Glee Club 1.2. 3. 4; Music Appreciation 2.3; Future Nurses Club 4; Horizon Club 1,2. Conference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Conference 3; Senior Play Committee; Cafeteria Worker 1.2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; D.A.R. Good Citizen Alternate 4; Honorary Member Georgetown Women Club 2. :£i Sri »ii RICHARD A. JOYALL Secretary 1; Student Council 4; Foot- ball 1. Manager Z; Basketball Manager 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees Z,3,4. ROWLAND JUDGE Rollie Track Z; Football 1,Z,3,4; Glee Club l.Z.3.4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Debate Team 4; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committee Z. KATHLEEN ANN KEENE Kathy or Kath Streeter High School 1; Tri-Hi-Y 1; Journalism Club 4; Perley Echo Staff 3.4. Business Manager 4; Dance Com- mittees Z.3.4. MARGUERITE JOSEPHINE LACEY Peggy Jo Andover Junior High 1; Student Coun- cil Z.4; Tri-Hi-Y Z.3.4. Vice Pres. 4. Sec ' y Executive Council 4; Softball l.Z,3.4; Basketball J .V . Z.3. Co-Capt. 3. Varsity 4; Intramural Z.3; Football Cheerleader 4; Glee Club Z.3.4. Pianist 3.4; Andover Girls ' Band 1; Northeast Music Festival 1; Orchestra 1; Future Nurses Club Z.3.4. Vice Pres. 4; Horizon Club Z; Perley Echo Editor 3; Perley Gates Editor 4, Conference 3.4; Senior Play Cast; Sophomore Christmas Play; Graduation Play 1; Honor Roll 1.3.4; High Honor Roll Z; National Merit Award Z; Cafeteria Worker 4; Dance Committees Z.3,4; Office Worker Z.3. SHARON DIANNE LANCASTER Sha r on Tri-Hi-Y Z.4. Chaplain Z; Basketball J.V. 1,Z, Intramural Z.3; Football Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1,2. 3. 4. Recorder 3.4; Horizon Club 1.2. Conference 1; Perley Echo Bus. Mgr. 3; Perley Gates Staff 4; Senior Play Cast; Sophomore Christmas Play; Cafeteria Worker 1,2. 3. 4; Dance Committees 2.3.4; Honor Roll 1.2.4. THOMAS BRYAN LEONARD T .B . or Tobias Basketball J.V. 2,3; Football 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Trojans 3,4. JOY ELIZABETH MARSHALL J oy Vice Pres. 3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Pres. 4, Pres. Exec. Council 4, Officers Training 1,3, Youth and Govt. 2,4; Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2,3,4, Co- Capt. 4; Football Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 2,3,4; Pres. 4; Perley Gates Bus. Mgr. 4, Conference 4; High Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 4; Natl. Merit Award 2; Soph. Christmas Play; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Soph. Hop Queen; Junior Prom Attendant; Cafeteria Worker 2,3,4. CLIFFORD RONALD MELLO Ki p Student Council 1; Hi-Y 2,3,4; Basket- ball Varsity 1,2, 3, 4; Baseball 2,3,4; Football 4; Cross Country 2; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Cast; Honor Roll 3; Stu- dent Exchange Representative 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4. CHARLES RAYMOND LORING Ray Pres. 2; Hi-Y 3,4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Perley Gates Staff 4; Glee Club 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 . PAUL MACAULAY Paul Track 1,2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2,3,4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Debate Team 4. RICHARD ALLAN NUNAN Di ck Hi-Y 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Sen- ior Play Committee 4. ROBERT ALBERT NUNAN Bob Hi-Y 1,2; Glee Club 2,3; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees 2,3,4. ELAINE M. RICCI Elaine Washington Irving High 1, Roslindale High 2; Basketball League 1; Girls ' Club 2; School Magazine Staff 2; Senior Play Make-up; Dance Committees 2,3,4. PHYLLIS JANE RICKER Phyl Treasurer 1; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Repre- sentative 2, Treasurer 3,4; Basket- ball J.V. 1,2, Co-Captain 2; Varsity 3,4; Eootball Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Horizon Club 1,2, Con- ference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Journalism Club 4; Perley Echo Ed. 4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Cafeteria W o rke r 4 . WILLIAM JOHN O ' NEILL Spaghetti Eddie Revere High 1; Treasurer 3; Basket- ball J.V. 2, Varsity 3,4; Football 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 2,4; Glee Club 4; Perley Echo Staff 3, Conference 3; Honor Roll 1,2,3; Dance Committees 2,3,4. RICHARD GRAHAM PINGREE Di ck Pres. 3,4; Football 4; Cross Country 1,2,3; Track 2,3; Baseball 1,2, 3, 4; Basketball Varsity 1,2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; High Honor Roll 1,2,3; Honor Roll 4; Good Government Day Alternate 4; Cafeteria Worker 4; Dance Com- mittees 2,3,4. LOLA MAE ROGERS Lola Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; Softball 3; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Sec ' y 4; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees 2,3,4. JOHN SIGMAN Siggy Student Council 3; Football 2,3,4, Co- Capt. 4; Glee Club 4; Senior Play Stage Manager; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Cafeteria Worker 4. Sli ' BONNIE ANN SOUCY Bon Secretary 3,4; Basketball Cheerleadei 1,2, 3, 4, Captain 3,4; Football Cheer- leader and Captain 4; Intramural Bas- ketball 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Horizon Club 1,2, Conference 1; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Cast; Sopho- more Christmas Play; Honor Roll 1,2,4; National Merit Award 2; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Office Worker 3,4; Junior Prom Attendant 2, Junior Prom Queen 3; Good Homemaker Award 4. GEORGE ANTHONY SYLVESTER George Hi-Y 1,2,3; Glee Club 4; Senior Play Committee; Dance Committees 2,3,4. L OIS JANE TEELING Lo Saugus High School 1,2; Glee Club 4; Senior Play Cast; Girls ' Club 1,2. DIANE THIBEAULT Di Bedford High School 1,2; St. Mary Waltham 2; Basketball J .V . 1, Varsity 2,3,4; Fieldhockey J.V. 1, Varsity 2; Softball 1; Intramural Tennis 2; Foot- ball Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4, Northeast Music Festival 1; Senior Play Committee; Future Nurses Club 3,4; Honor Roll 3; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Science Award 2. EARLE DAVID TIMMONS Turbo Hi-Y 2,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, 3, 4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Senior Play Sound Effects. DOROTHY ELIZABETH TOBIN Dotty or Tobe Tri-Hi-Y 2; Basketball J.V. 1; Football Cheerleader 4; Glee Club 2,3,4; Perley Echo Staff 3; Dance Committees 2,3,4. i lO GARY LEE WHELPLEY Gary Hi-Y 2,3,4; Basketball J.V. 1,2,3; Senior Play Cast; Dance Committees 2,3,4. DAVID I. WINTHROP Winnie Vice Pres. 4; Basketball J.V. 1,2,3; National Merit Award 2; Senior Play Cast; Cafeteria Worker 2,3,4; Dance Committees 2,3,4; Dance Committees 2,3,4. MEREDITH A. YOUNG Mim Lynnfield High School 1,2,3; Glee Club 1,2,4; Art and Ceramics 1; Drama Club 1,2; Newspaper 1,2; Senior Play Make- up; Dance Committees 2,3,4. JOAN M. ZOTTOLI Zots Brunswick High School 1,2; North Quincy High 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Basketball 1,2,3; Football Cheerleader 4; Ski Club 2; Secretary 1,2; Biology Club 1,2; Orbla Review 1,2; High Honor Roll 1, Honor Roll 2; Davis Award 1. 1961 Class Officers FRONT ROW; David Win- throp. Vice Pres., Richard Pingree, Pres., REAR ROW: Cathy Hunt, Treas., Richard Joyall, Student Council, Peggy Lacey, Student Council, Bon- nie Soucy, Sec ' y. 1 1 1962 Class Officers - -FRONT ROW: Tom Flanigan, Vice Pres., Don Reed, Pres.; BACK ROW: Louise Richardson, Trees., Dennis Simcoe, Student Council, Elaine Handren, Stu- dent Council, Sue Whelpley, Sec. Ronald Dianne Clark DiVincenzo Joseph Dole Ella Earle Ronna F alabella Sandra F arnell Tom lanigan Herb F razier Chri s Goodwin Elaine Handren Wilfred Kelley J oan Kinney Richard Lacey Susan Laramee J ane t Larkin Barbara Lee 12 I I Paul B racke tt Kathie Burke F rank F azio J udy Har rigan Larry Marston f Ca rol arke r Timmy Pepin J oanne Perkins Ri chard Prescott Donald Reed Loui se Richardson Paul Tom Roberts Robichaud Loi s loge r s Richard Rohrer Barba ra Schmidt Denni s Simcoe Karen Strogney Keni Tidd Mary Ann Viera Sue Whelpley Todney Jennifer illiams Young 1963 Class Officers FRONT ROW: Maynard, Vice Pres.; Macaulay, Pres. REAR ROW: Andersen, Treas.; Watson, Student Council; Seaman, Student Council; Hunt, Sec ' y. 1 Anita Donald Donald Judith ndersen Bean Bellefeuille Bellefeuille iT " Ip ' ' ■ s •V Toseph Nancy Ronald Mary Anne Jhaput Chelli s Coolen Covey William Loui se Marilyn J ame s Blai r Boileau B rennan Bussing A. f f . ! . ' • i k ,■ f J Eleanor Dolore s Edward Eileen Dexte r Eaton Field Fi ske Robe r t Hahn Annabelle Hochmuth Ri chard Hooper Charle s Howe Clai re Hunt Merrilee Illsley J ohn J onasch Mary J oyce Linda vlerrill Andrew Ray Amy Kelloway ' y i ' ‘t- David ]Mor se Ali ce Ricker Richard King 4 Dorothy Murrey ' ' •’•wife.. Douglas Rodi ck David Leonard Kenne th Macaulay Gary Manning Cynthia Maynard Sally Rogers Sue Rogers Richard Seaman Darryl Smi th Ginger Roland Soucy Spofford Barbara T yne s Beverly Betty Tyrie Watson Paul Wilcox Melvin W oodman 14 I ' i J ane t Greenleat i : . Donald J one s Joseph Maynard i Dianne Prescott William Snow 1964 Class Officers R. Kent, V. Pres.; D. Pingree, Pres. REAR ROW: Boyland. Treas.; Janice Strogney, Student Council; Roberts, Student Council; Grave s , Sec ' y . f , Bonnie Chabot Jane Lonnice Cheney Christiansen Vlartha Coombs Lance Crame r Patricia Dempsey J ame s Di Vincenzo J ohn Di Vincenzo Dorothy Earle Carol Egan Bruce atchell iron ills )enni s Seating h William Gatchell Barbara Hayman Beverly Keays Alan Gilchrist Betty Hayman Edwa rd Keene Donna Gius to ! ' ' i Susan Jones Sharon Kelley Sharon Graves Nancy Hudson Charles Kent Mary J ane Hurd Ri chard Kent ' ' N :1 , J ohn Hartman Pete r Jeans Lucille Lay Ma rlene Field Donna Hills Richard J ona s ch Gerry Minchin 15 Judith Newcomb J udson Ovington J oanne Parent Jeanne Pepin Robert Pettingill David Pingree Scott Poole EdwardI Ray Robert Robe rts Paul Rice Daur a Roger s Judith Rollo Sh e r m a n Ruth David Ryan Susan Ryde r Ali ce Searl Sharon Snow Richard Spofford J ani ce Strogney Robe r t Sweeney Fred Tapin Gail Thompson Andrea Tuney Marsha | Willarc GLEE CLUB: ROW 1: B. Hayman, Lonnie Christiansen, D. Earle, B. Hayman, K. Strogney, Joyce Laurie Christiansen, Marshall, A. Cheney, Lancaster, R. Leonard, P. Fuller, O ' Neill, C. Mello. ROW 2: Gagnon, Watson, G. Soucy, Kelloway, A. Hochmuth, A. Anderson, Flanagan, Illsley, Powell, Merrill, Richardson, Cathy Hunt, lafolla, T. Burke, P. Roberts. ROW 3: Teeling, E. Earle, S. Whelpley, Handren, Viera, Harrigan, S. Boyland, S. Jones, Thibeault, Reed, Dole, Sylvester, Timmons, Elliott. ROW 4; Brockelbank, Chard, J. Jeans, Lola Rogers, B. Soucy, Abend, Kinney, Larkin, Sigman, Tidd, Fazio, Judge, Loring. ROW 5: Perkins, P. Ricker, Tobin, M. Young, G. Frazier, Tyrie, N. Egan, K. Burke, Lee Falabella, W. Fuller, Maynard . utufic The Future Nurses Club can again boast of having several mem- bers entering training in September. Joy Marshall will attend Massachusetts General, Diane Thibeault, the Faulkner Hospital, and Judy Jeans will enter Salem Hospital. FUTURE NURSES CLUB FIRST ROW; Lola Rogers, Sec ' y; M. Lacey, V. Pres.; Mrs. Noren, Advisor; J. Marshall, Pres.; F. Abend, Treas. STANDING: G. Soucy, J. Jeans, D. Thibeault, E. Goodwin, J. Cheney, Janet Greenleaf. MRS. HELEN HAYDEN New England Conservatory of Music Illsley, Treas.; Christiansen, Sec ' y; Mrs. Reed, Adv., Mar- shall, Pres.; Lacey, V. Pres. 2nd ROW: Zottoli, Powell, Richardson, Merrill, Harrigan, Frazier, Cathy Hunt, Ryder Boyland, Hudson. 3rd R.OW : Parker, Larkin, Lola R.ogers Jones, Claire Hunt, Laura R.ogers, S. Boyland, Earle, Lee, Viera. R.eed, Treas.; Dodge 2nd R.OW: R.ohrer, i Fiske, Marston, Bur Melio, Timmons, Xu Sim.coe . ;, oec ' y; Ai. en, Pres.; Exxic Ma ' _, " nard, Lacey, Flanigan, ■ke, Brackett. 3rd R.OW : j man, Frazier, Bean, Goodv, f Mm PERLEY HIGH SCHOOL COME OUT OF YOUR COMA to ' A ZOf ' A3 U ' CcC to Atzoce- JO jttUc Ac cU ' t zAjL ' Ao- cot jt LC " c;t .cc£c O - o O- ' tO ' Z O C o 0)CIA .02- . (Ai C OO OC ' ? ' 7Z y7? ' -A Aluo ' Ltoz £c ' (- cv (jj c -yt t t ) jtAo u.(ocy a coa y7cn jfOZ ' uA ' ' ' ttZo (Ay?LOt CCc CO- ( v€ ccACf - •- Xaiy |a E n 1 , » - hi It 2x if John Sigman William O ' Neill Co - captains Headlines ! ! Perley has fielded its first eleven-man football team ! Although victories were few, the team gained immeasurable experience. The spirit was high as Perley gave each team a run for its money. With a few breaks going our way, Perley might have been undefeated this year. Most of the games were in doubt until the final period when the superior bench strength of the opponents made the difference. As the seasons progress, Perley will be a strong contender. The seniors wish the best of luck to next year ' s team . 1960 RECORD Pe rley Lynn Trade Pe rley Hamilton 6 0 14 22 Pe r ley Penctucket Perley Masconomet 0 8 6 26 Pe rley Essex Aggie Perley Story 26 6 8 22 I Coach Leeman FIRST ROW: Pepin, Seaman, A. Ray, Sweeney, Richard Spofford, Ready. SECOND ROW: Dole, Prescott, Frazier, Covey, Co- Captains, W. O ' Neill, J. Sigman; lafolla, P. Fuller, R. Pingree, Mello. THIRD ROW: Manager Bean, Flanigan, T. Leonard, Fuller, Fiske, Judge, Boyd, Beaudoin, Elliot, Manager Maynard, Coach Leeman . KNEELING: D. Simcoe, R. Clark, D. Reed, K. Mello, C. Goodwin. STANDING: D. Leonard, J. Covey, B. O ' Neill, M. lafolla, H. Frazier, Coach Burns. Basketball Record Pe rley Boys 34 Manche ste r 47 53 Hamilton 62 66 Rockport 63 36 Masconomet 47 57 Pentucket 34 50 Essex Aggie 32 58 Ipswich 59 78 St. Ann 81 42 Manchester 61 58 Hamilton 42 57 Masconomet 53 59 Rockport 64 47 Pentucke t 46 62 Essex Aggie 65 69 St. Ann 82 49 Ipswich 65 Won 7 Lost 9 -- n I Dick Pingree Captain Perley Girls ' Record 21 ... . North Reading . . 18 27 . . . North Reading . . 14 37 ... . Lynnfield 38 35 ... . Pentucket 23 22 ... . Masconomet .... 12 15 ... . Amesbury 29 31 ... . Masconomet . . . . 26 34 . . . .Ipswich 22 49 ... ■ Hamilton 13 23 ... . Amesbury 27 35 ... . Pentucket 24 23 ... . Ipswich 18 Won 9; Lost 3 Coach Mrs. Visser Co-captains Joy Marshall Florence Abend FIRST ROW: D. Thibeault, C. Cookson, J. Marshall, F. Abend M. Lacey, P. Ricker. SECOND ROW: K. Strogney, C. Powell, K. Burke, J. Kinney, A. Hochmuth, S. Whelpley. Bonnie Soucy FIRST ROW: L. Richardson, J. Jeans, B. Soucy, Laurie Christiansen. SECOND ROW: Lonnie Christiansen, Janet Greenleaf, B. Watson, J. Frazier, J. Perkins, G. Soucy. Cheerleading Captain: FRONT ROW; D. Pingree, R. Clark, R. Kent, W. Gatchell, D. Simcoe, R. Spofford. SECOND ROW: Gerard MacMillan, Coach, L. Cramer, R. Spofford, C. Goodwin, J. Bussing, R. Fiske, R. Hooper, D. Bean, John DiVincenzo. p. 7ea tt BACK ROW: Betty Hayman, J. Boyland, Barbara Hayman, M. Coombs, M. Covey. FRONT ROW: L. Merrill, S. Rogers, Claire Hunt, Capt., E. Goodwin, A. Andersen. mfBti ••• REAR ROW; Brann, Reed. Fiske, Hatch, Rodick, Frazier, R. Kent, Andersen. FRONT ROW Poole, Cramer, Bussing, Coach Leeman, Jeans, Gatchell, John Di Vencenzo, Mello. REAR ROW: Maynard, Bean, Bussing, John DiVincenzo. FRONT ROW: Snow, Rodick, R. Kent . Cross country and track are closely related, and this year there were some boys who played both. Perley ' s most outstanding track members were Fiske and Frazier. Jeans and Rodick are two promising young boys to watch in the next two years. Below are some records set at Perley. 100 Frazier ' 62 . . 10:06 220 Frazier ' 62 . . 23:08 440 Reed ' 62 56:03 880 Pingree ' 61 . . 2:12:5 Mile Boynton ' 60 . . 4:54:5 Shot Put . . . . F razie r ' 62 . . 41 ' 1 Broad Jump Frazier ' 62 . . 20 ' 4 " High Jump . . Seavey ' 60 . . . 5 ' 8 " Discus .... . Fiske ' 62 108 ' 9 ' Pole Vault . . Mello ' 61 7 ' 6 " Relay Reed ' 62 1 :42:7 Pingree ' 61 Seavey ' 60 F razie r ' 62 I TOP ROW: C. Goodwin, Mgr. A. Ray, D. Reed, D. Bean, Dick Pingree, Coach Burns. FRONT ROW: K. Macaulay, R. Spofford, Capt. Mello, L. Cramer Dick Kent, R. Clark. This year ' s team has had only three seniors, Pingree, Capt. Mello and Elliott. So we look forward to several years of good baseball wh these young players will have matured. [ 1 i So dacc REAR ROW: P. Flanigan, Mgr., Joan Greenleaf, Claire Hunt, C. Powell, J. Bellefeuille , Lola Rogers. FRONT ROW: A. Hochmuth, B. Tynes, J. Kinney, Capt., with mascot, Cindy; A. Tuney, E. Goodwin, Coach Visser. Pe rley Girls ' Record Ame sbury 8 . . . . . Perley 2 North Reading 23 . . . . . Perley 24 Lynnfield 11 . . . . . Perley 8 Ame sbury 7 . . . . . Perley 12 Ipswi ch 9 . . . . . Perley 19 Masconomet 13 . . . . . Perley 5 Pentucke t 10 . . . . . Perley 14 Lynnfield 16 . . . . . Perley 12 North Reading 16 . . . . . Perley 12 Masconomet 8 . . . . . Perley 3 Pentucke t 28 . . . . . Perley 15 Reading 16 . . . . . Perley 3 Perley Echo Staff; SEATED: Kathy Keene, Phyllis Ricker, Mrs Visser, Advisor. BACK ROW; Paul Roberts, Mary Joyce, Patricia Macandrew . Perley Gates Staff SEATED: Allen Aiken, Cathy Hunt, Peggy Lacey, Mrs. Shaw, Advisor. BACK ROW: Elorence Abend, Joy Mar- shall, Ray Coring. Student Council SEATED: Elaine Handren, Janice Strogney, Richard Sea- man, STANDING: Peggy Lacey, Robert Roberts, Dennis Simcoe, Betty Watson, Richard Joyall. Stude ( UHCcC 30 Education on the secondary level in Georgetown started with the founding in 1855 of the original Georgetown High School. In 1860, Mr. John Perley, who claimed Georgetown as his home, left his entire estate, after several small bequests, to establish the Perley Fund of about $36,000, originally intended to subsidize a high school. The original high school, housed in the Town Hall, burned in 1898, and the Trustees of the Perley Fund established the Perley Free School, built on the same site as our present school. This school continued as a semi -private high school, filling adequately the needs of the youth of Georgetown for a secondary education. But by 1935 it was obvious that the Perley Fund would not be sufficient to meet the needs of this growing town much longer. Fate stepped into the picture again when on January 28, 1935, the Perley Free School was almost totally destroyed by fire, in weather twenty degrees below zero. So the class of 1935 held their graduation exercises in the Grange Hall. At this point the Perley Fund Trustees turned over to the town the remains of the school building and forty thousand dollars with the stipulation that the name of John Perley should form a part of the name of the new school. Thus came about our Perley High School, no longer a private school but under the jurisdiction of the town and state. The Perley Fund continued to assist the school in many ways. In 1949, for example, the Fund contributed fifty thousand dollars toward the building of our new gymnasium. The home economics and manual arts departments have been subsidized by the Perley Fund. And now, with the increased population of Georgetown, the Perley High School has been outgrown, a new Georgetown High School has been built, and we, the class of 1961, become the last graduates of Perley High School. 31 ’61 Class Last To Graduate From Present Schoolhouse The new school win mrluoei 23 classrooms as compared with the present 10 rooms in use in the Perley High School. Two of those 10 rooms are basement rooms which have been in use as shop and Irome economics| classrooms. The 23 classrooms at the new school will not all be used at| present by the high school c ' ass-| es. Eight of the rcjras have been ' set aside for Grades 6, 7, and s! which will be housed in the ' building temporarily. As the high! school population grows these ' classes probably will move out. Included in the new building’s rooms will be an enlarged space for the shop, mechanical draw- ing, and home economics classes, whi?h have been crowded for The building committee for that school includes Donald El- liott. chairman: Paul Meader, secretary: Weldon Ray, Guy Christian, Charles Watson, Ar- thur Tyrie and Robert Rudolph. Specialized Classrooms Other specialized classrooms will include a biology lab, chem- istry and physics lab, business room, typing and business ma- chines rooms, and two labs for general science work. The present Perley H’gh School will continue to serve as a school. Next year the class- rooms will be set up to house eight elementary classes total- ing almost 250 students, more than the present high school now contains. W e salute the Georgetown High School Present plans call for thej third, fourth and fifth gradesl classes to use the Perley School. ' , The business room and lab willt be remodeled to become elemen-| tary rooms. The upstairs ,’.udi- torium yhich has been a study hall and classroom for the past eight years will again become a small auditorium, suited to school and community use. Even though the class of 1961 is the last class to be graduated as such from the present Perley | High School, the building prob-! ably has not seen its last Highl school graduation. The auditor-: ium in the new school will not be large enough to accommodate the crowds attending graduation exercises. The new gym, al- though large enough, may not be used for gatherings such as grad- uations which would mean that the old Perley gym might still be in use. 32 United Press International Photo President meets president! I ! President John F. Kennedy receives his membership card in The Boy Scouts of America from President Richard G. Pingree of Perley High School, Region One Representative to Washington. We ' re proud of these people. 33 economics, Mechani and Typing classes ' Evening in Paris. Bonnie is crowned queen by Dick . cutd 1 I ra BHBMMBEPiUifeWi ■ " " " i « B Mrs. Osman ' s art class Don ' t look, John ! Elyse interviews Miss Ramsdell after the aptitude tests. And then the a jr; w ' ? . m e(i • I !| ; , VaP.’-w. ' ' - Those aptitude tests . Is it that serious Laurie? Not for Bill ! Selling candy at the games It must be a good argument! The Gree nleafs and the Haymans. But which Greenleaf and which Hayman? 4 . 4 . 38 Those last few days ! Student Council Assembly Frazier gets well earned letter! Reed gets letter from Coach Leeman Our senior baseball players receive awards Coach Visser presents Perley sweater to from Coach Burns -- Ping ree -- Elliott - - Joan Kinney. Mello. e rehe aT sec and we rehearsed and rehearsed I ! ! I 41 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS at Perley High School, r ' rom left, Richard G. Pingree president- Mi s Bonni° A Soucy, secretary; David I. Wmthrop, vice president; Miss Cathy A. Hunt. trea urerf R d A - • Muss Peggy Jo Lacey, student council. fChase Photo) technic Institute or Northeastern University; Wayne Austin, Went- worth University; Laurie Chris- tiansen, University of Mass.; James Covey, Lowel! Technologi- cal Institute; Calvin Elliott. Dean Junior College; Cathy Hunt, New England School of Art; Michael lafolla. University of Arizona or Boston University; Judith Jeans, Salem School of Nursing; Row- land Judge, Suffolk University, Merrimack College or St. An- selm ' s; Marguerite Lacey. North- eastern University or Merrimack College. Sharon Lancaster, Salem State College or Bridgewater State Col- lege; Thomas Leonard, Newman Prep; Raymond Loring, Brown University. Yale University, Tufts University, or Boston University; Paul Macauley, Boston Uni- versiiv; Joy Marshall, Massachu- setts General Hospital School of Nursing: Herbert MacDonald. Wentwonh University; Clifford Mello, Kent ' s Hill; William O’Neill, Boston College, Uni- versity of .Maine, or Arizona State College; Richard Pingree, An- dover Academy; Bonnie Soucy, Burdei; College; Dianne Th; b.-ault, Faulkner Hospital Sch. ' - of Nursing; Earle ' lU.i Wentworth Institute; Joan • ' University of Maine. Joan and Tom-- Mina and Siggy wait for the organ music . ROLAND DARLING Speaker Vo Stranger Fo Perlev 3EORGETOWN - Tonight’s sduation speaker was not a wcomer to Georgetown. Roland irlmg, career specialist at irtheastern University, spoke at evious graduation exercises. He s also appeared in Perley High hool in connection with his irk. Mr. Darling originally was a wspapier editor in Bar Harbor, aine. During the depression Mrs. Noren helps with flowe r s . Are you as happy as that, Dawn and David? Note change in expression below ! ! riod of the " 30s” he became seemed with the future of ung high school graduates in reer fields. Leaving his news- per work as a secondary pur- |t he launched a career of help- these young people in occupa- pal guidance work, p 1939, at the New York World his work in this connection ki him an award. This, plus an Bcle appearing in Reader’s lest, won him national acclaim I focused attention on the prob- p with which he was work- |. Mr. Darting has since de- ]ied full time to his work as a reer soecialist. a Mr. Boynton and Mr. lafolla presents awards. We entertained Lynn students on Student Exchange Day. Ray Loring Valedictorian a r ® ® ev. Richard G Cunningham baccalaureate Speaker Class Night Dick Joyall and Bonnie Souey The Virginia Reel And the last song. James Boynton, Jr. 108 W Main St. -T ' YrGeorqetown, MA 01833-1523
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