Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA)

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Contents DEDICATION FLICKER STAFF ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY SENIORS SENIOR HOME ROOMS CLASS BALLOT CLASS PROPHECY CLASS CALENDAR ACTIVITIES R. O. T. C. MEDALS AND AWARDS SPORTS ADS Dedication To Ralph P. Parsons, late Vice-Principal and School Committeeman, who, during his years of service to Gloucester High School and the City of Gloucester, held a high place of honor and respect through his conscientious effort, his thought- fulness and co-operation, and above all his spirit of friendliness toward those who knew him, we, the Class of 1951, do proudly and humbly dedicate our Flicker. ADVERTISING STAFF Carol Warner, Shirley Hill FLICKER STAFF First Row: P. Rallo, C. Curley, C. Ingersoll, M. Green, I. Tettoni, I. Frontierro, M. Robinson, B. Foster, P. Amero, J. Vale, J. Doucette, E. Hill. Second Row: A. Perry, C. Dunbar, L. Maddix, N. Hinckley, D. Olmstead, L. Foster, M. Shoares, M. Bowman, N. Burnham, M. Bergstrom, J. McCallum, N. Dunphy. Third Row: H. Silveira, M. Goulart, E. Vegliano, B. Smith, A. Pedrotti, S. Sellew, E. Marchant, C. Powers, J. Sweeney, J. Swift, B. Avila. Fourth Row: V. Hooper, C. Warner, B. Duchane, J. Laurie, S. Hill, M. Souza, J. Gillis, M. Chisholm, L. Anderson, P. Dionne, S. Seppela, E. Cormier. CO-EDITOKS Armando John He Hobert Lovell f MR. LESLIE O. JOHNSON Principal To the Class of 1951: In this year when we are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the construction of a high school building in Gloucester, it is a special privilege to extend the congratu- lations of our faculty to you and to hope that one hundred years from now the citizens of Gloucester will be as proud of the program which is developed during the next one hundred years as they are of the program which has been developed in the Gloucester High School since 1851. We appreciate the tremendous effort it has meant on the part of many of you to attend high school regularly, to meet the requirements of the various courses, and to have fitted your life into the time requirement of the Gloucester High School. We hope that you believe it was worthwhile. When you entered Gloucester High School in September, 1947, Gilbert O’Neil, the President of the Class of 1948, welcomed you to its portals and stressed the opportunities that were yours in this school if you cared to make use of them. He commented on the good condition in which the preceding classes had left this building, and he hoped that you as graduates would leave it in just as good condition as when you entered it in the fall of 1947. You can be proud of what you have done to maintain the excellent condition of our building. As many of our alumni return this year, they will have an opportunity to see this building for the first time; and, unless I am entirely wrong, they will be astonished at the excellent physica 1 condition of this building after eleven years of constant use. As you leave Gloucester High School in this year of 1951, the war clouds are dark; and for the boys there is a possible term of duty in the armed services. We are confident that both boys and girls will meet the demands as successfully as you have met the situa- tions here in Gloucester High School. When your term of service is over and you return to civilian life, may I urge you to be a creditable representative of the Gloucester Public Schools and especially of the Gloucester High School. Please realize that as time passes, changes take place; so strengthen yourself to meet the changing situations that develop. I wish the best of success to each and every one of you. Sincerely, LESLIE 0. JOHNSON, Principal Marjorie S. Crawley I loward A. Curtis M. Evelyn Curtis Capt. Jere Dement Sgt. Frank Di Slefano Zke Jaculty Karl Lllis Aarne A. Frigard Mildred F. Frostholm Marjorie II. Gale M-Sgt. I i ' red K. Gardo Harold Geary Antonio Gentile illiarn F. ( ireely Maj. Robert A. Guenthnei Allred I . Ilagstrom llortense L. Harris ( )live G. I iodgkiris onion C. I looper Roy II. Lane Gerald R. Lever Walter Cartwright Alfred J. Chisholm Beatrice 11. Christopherson Mathew W. Cooney, Jr. Robert M. Copeland Michael Antonakes Neil P. Atkins John Budrow Robert Card John C. Carter Gasper Lewis Dorothy Londergon Catherine McEachern Grace E. McGinley Frances II. McGrev Da ul Meddaugh Ethel E. Mills Eleanor F. Moore Margaret Ann Moore Helen W. Morton M-Sgt. Thomas h. Murray Mary Jeannette Nugent M. Evelyn Oliver Winslow S. Parkhurst Claudia Perry George Perry Rachel Pressey Josephine Ray Henry Rosen Winifred Ross Arthur N. Smith Mazie E. Smith Leon C. Sprague Lawrrence Steedman Philip B. Sussmann Gladys B. Tarr J. Stanley Thompson George Toney, Jr. Margaret C. Tufts Harvel R. Vail Marion I . Woodruff Benjamin Frazer Raymond White Edna Rundquist Fred H. Twomey Zii % i Jr ' J Arthur II. Sawyer Sookie Characteristic Interests: Sports, girls, Exempla, The Boys. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Letter 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Letter 1, 2, 3,: Essex County 1 10 Champ; State 300 Champ; Glee Club 3, 1; Class Presi- dent 3 4; Student Council 3. 1; Vice-Pres. 3, Prize Squad 2, 3; Individual Drill 2, 3; Haskell Drill 2. 3; Corporal 3; Intramural Sports. Ambit ion : To get “Sherm” in top physical shape. Janies R. Pike Jim, Pikey Characteristic Interests: Sports and summer vacations. Activities: Basketball 1; Football 1. 2, 3. 1; Prize Drillers 2, Commander 3; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Haskell Drill 3; Individual Drill 3; Platoon Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Honor Guard 3; Class Vice-President 3, 4; Junior Rotarian 4; R.O.T.C. Softball 2. 3, 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To keep on going. rt bur H. Saw er President James R. Pike ice- President Class Officers Marie IL Con rant Characteristic Interests: Having fun, and taking care of myself. Activities: Girls’ Basketball 2. 3; Beacon 3; Class Secretary 3, 1; Flash Columnist 3; German Club 2; Girls’ Club I, 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Girls’ Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Student Council L Ambition: “Sunrise” return trip. James IL Maelsaac Mac Characteristic Interests: To get to college; Evie. Activities: Class Treasurer 3, 1; Oflicers’ Club 3, I: Prize Drillers 2, Commander 3, 4; Prize Squad 2. Commander 3; Individual Drill 3; Commander 1: R.O.T.C. Sergeant 3; Colonel 4; Student Council 1; Junior Rotarian. Ambit ion : To take the place of “Ike” Eisenhower. Marie It. Conran I Secretary James It. Maelsaac Treasurer Ellin C. Abbott Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Miles (F.A.G.). Yeh, well! Activities: Astronomy Club 1; Beacon 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Flicker Calendar, Advertising, Class Hull, Prophecy, 4; French Club 4. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows! Raynor G. Adams Bolder Characteristic Interests: Golf, P.F.W., midnight swims with Francis. Activities: Beacon, Advertising 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Corp. 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever 1 may attempt in the future. Robert C. Alves Bob Characteristic Interest: Ask V. F. Activities: Football l, 3, 4; Haskell Drill 2. 3; Individual Drill 2, 3; Prize Drillers (Co. A) 2, 3, 4; Platoon Drill 2, 3; ll.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3. 4; R.O.T.C. Volley Ball 2, 3; Spanish Club 3, Executive Board 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever 1 undertake. Patricia L. Amero Pat Characteristic Interest: “Wingsy,” the gang. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Flicker (Superlatives, Class Calendar, Photography Chairman); Teacher’s Secretary 4; Senior Social Activity Committee 4. Ambition: To keep him happy and to go to California with the gang. K. Lesl ie Anderson Let, Les Characteristic Interests: George B., the gang, horseback riding. Activities: A. A. Collector 1; Badminton 2; Beacon 4; Fashion Show 3; Flicker (Class Calendar, Advertising Staff, Photog- raphy, Superlatives Secretary) 4; Flicker Collector 3; Office Assistant 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: To become a private secretary and take dictation from G. B. Barbara A. Avila Barb, Babba Characteristic Interests: Los Tres Bandidos, Check Stubs. Activities: Flicker 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2. 3. 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. and Treas. 4; Spanish II Book Prize 3; National Honor Society 4. Ambition: To do more than pass through this world unnoticed. Rita M. Banfield Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Filles (F.A.G.). Yeh, well! Activities: Astronomy Club 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, Sgt. 4; Glee Club 2, 3, Sec. 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Student Council 2. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows! Robert R. Barnard Bob Characteristic Interests: Nick’s and the boys. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Rifle Team 2; Appelling Award 2; R.O.T.C. Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Bacheler Trophy 1, 3; Winning Company 1, 3; Winning Platoon 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To join the Navy. Richard II. Barnett Dick, Mike Characteristic Interests: To shoot my limit of duck, and succeed as a machinist. Activities: Prize Squad 3. Ambition: To be another Walter P. Chrysler in the indus- trial world. Geneva J. Bauman Nevie Characteristic Interests: Sports, “The Gang.” Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Flash Typist 2; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: To be a successful secretary. Marilyn V. Bergstrom Marilyn Characteristic Interests: My accordion and piano, ask " Jin.” . etivities: Art Club I; Beacon I; Camera Club 3, ice-Pres. 1; Flash Typist 1; Flicker Typist I; Teacher’s Secretary 1. Vmbition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. Marco J. Itillantc Mike Characteristic Interests: S. B., ask Larry. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, t: Football; Baseball Manager 4 ; (!lee Club I. 2, 3. I: Boys’ Bide ' Team, Manager 2; Track Team 3, Mgr. I; ocational School Club ' Treasurer 3. 4. Ambition: To be able to beat Willie Hoppe and Willie Maisconi. Bay e l . Blalchford Characteristic Interest: Cordon. Activities: Intramural Sports; Glee Secretary 1. Ambition: To keep him happy. Club 3, 4; ' Teacher’s Donald B. Itoi •ge Donnie Characteristic Interests: Our Lady’s C.Y.O., the Youth Center, ice skating, and We ' Three in the L.D.A. Activities: French Club 1; Glee Club 1. Ambition : To be on time for once, and to isit those beautiful places in France, Portugal, Italy and in the Azores. Charles Bunch ie Sherman E. Bouchie Sherm Characheristic Interests: P.A.W., Exempla Club, trying to keep everybody happy. Activities: Basketball, Manager 2, Football. Manager 2. 3, 4; Prize Drillers 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; Track Team, Manager 2, 3; B.O.T.C. Corp. 3, 4. Ambition: Ask “Sook” and to straighten out the “Boy Wonder” trouble once and for all. Marcia Bowman Characteristic Interests: “We Four,” the kids, dancing, Doe. Activities: Flicker, Superlatives 4; French Club I, 2. 3; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 1; Service Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Ambition: To be successful always and to be as good a mother as my mother is. Marilyn k. Bragdon Mai Characteristic Interests: A. .1. S. and sailing at Conomo Point. Activities: Beacon, Collector I, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Service Club 3, 4 ; Teacher’s Secretary 3, L Ambition: To get my driver’s license and ke ep that certain someone always happy. Donald I . Brown, Jr. Buckets Characteristic Interests: Sailing and Marblehead. Activities: Chess Club 3; Football I, 4; Stage Crew I; Glee Club 4. Ambition: To win a race at Marblehead in “51”. Forbes A. Brown Brownie Characteristic Interests: Hunting, autos, and one girl. Activities: Band I. 2, 3, 4; Prize Drillers 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Hide Team 2, 3. Ambition: Own a business and settle down. George F. Brown Georgie, Brownie Characteristic Interests: 112 Centennial Avenue; succeed in my father’s business. Activities: Art Club 1. Ambition: To be at 112 Centennial Avenue. Manuel A. It rown Buddy Characteristic Interest: lilaine. Activities: Hockey 2; Stage Crew 1. Ambition: To be a success. Uohcrt J. Brown Wingsy Characteristic Interests: Pat, Nick’s, and sports. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3. 4; R.O.T.C. Softball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Basketball 2. 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Badminton 2, 3, 4. Ambition: College. Kurt I). Bryning Cartwheel Characteristic Interests: The inmates of the “Blue Streak,” Girls’ Glee Club, and The Thing. Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Track Team 1. Ambition: To go into medical research. Alan S. Burnham Characteristic Interest: ROSCOE, New York. Ambition: To be deferred from the draft. Nancy W. Burnham Nance Characteristic Interests: Skating, swimming, music and sailing at Conomo Point. Activities: Art Club 4; Beacon, Collector 2, 3; Chess Club 3; Flicker Superlatives 4; Flicker Advertising 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Nursing. Patricia E. Burnham Pat, Beefy Characteristic Interests: .1. W., and We Four. Activities: Girls’ Club Cabinet 3; Girls’ Drill Team 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 1. Ambition: To fulfill any plans I make for the future. Richard P. Byrnes Dick Characteristic Interest: Reading western books. Activities: Vocational School Club 1. Ambition: To be a good printer sometime in the future. Thomas J. Cain Tom Characteristic Interests: Sports, Hockey. Activities: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4; Hockey 4; Prize Drillers 4; R.O.T.C. Corporal 3; Second Lieutenant 4. Richard J. Camille Dick Characteristic Interests: Air Conditioning, Hockey, Phyllis. Activities: Football 3; Hockey 2, 3, Captain 4; Prize Drillers 4; Prize Squad 3, Second Place. Dorothy V. Carter Dot. Dot lie Characteristic Interest: Tlmt certain guy! otivities: Teacher ' s Secretary I. Ambition: To be happy and to succeed in whatever I do. Robert V. Catalini Bob Characteristic Interest: To find out what the “thing " is. Vmhition: To be successful in business. Vgnes I.. Cavanaugh Aggie Characteristic Interests: Art, Music, and “Sleep. " Vctivities: Art Club 1: Flash Typist 3. 1; Girls ' Club, Treas- urer I: Honor Business Club 3. Secretary I; National Honor Society I; Representative of the Essex District 3; Service Club 1: Teacher’s Secretary I : Ilcrald Spelling Bee Award 3. Ambition: To be happy, stay healthy, and have fun. Narcisio J. Cecil io Characteristic Interests: M. L. D. and Song. Activities: Prize Drillers 3. Ambition: To be successful. William E. Charte Willie, Charte Characteristic Interest: As if you didn’t know! Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 1. Ambition: To bo one-half the man my dad was. Mary M. Chisholm Characteristic Interests: Music, dancing, canasta, “We T our.” Activities: A. A. Collector 2. 3. 1: Astronomy Club 1; Beacon Collector 3. 1; Cheerleader 3. I ; Flicker, Prophecy, Art 1; Girls ' Drill Team I. 2. 3. I; Glee Club 2, 3, 1; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary I; Spanish Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 1. Ambition: College, travel and see the world. Lorraine II. ( duet I Characteristic Interest: Bob. Activities: ' Teacher’s Secretary I. Ambition: To become successful in the business world. Eleanor L. Cormier Elly Characteristic Interests: Dick, “Yellow Ribbon,” " 22,” and ask the kids. Activities: Intramural Sports I, 2; Flicker, Advertising, Superlatives 1; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Amibition: ' To beat the kids at a certain goal. To prove to a certain person that I can do something right. Louis .1 . ( lost a Characteristic Interests: Sports, Women and Song. Activities: Stage Crew I, 2, 3. Ambition: ' To lie successful. Louie Rose M . ( os I a Characteristic Interests: (Someone), 1 Skating. Activities: ' Teacher’s Secretary 1;. Ambition: To travel until my heart is content. Rosie Skat ing and Roller nose M. Cucurn Ko-Ro Characteristic Interests: The (iirls, S. A., Widgies, Shoes. Activities: Beacon 3; Teacher’s Secretary 1. To have the right words at the right time. Catherine A. Curley ha 3 Characteristic Interests: Joe, Baby Rose, Yellow Ribbons. Activities: Basketball 2, 3; Flash 1; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To win the bet that 1 have with Idey, Kleanoi and Charlotte. Douglas M. Davis Doug Characteristic Interest: Hunting. Ambition: To be a hermit. Nancy E. Day Sistie, Sis Characteristic Interests: The (Jang, Music. Activities: Glee Club 2 , 3; President 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Perfect Attendance 3. Ambition: To get my R.N., and to be the kind of a nurse that my parents can be proud of. Charles L. DeCoste Charlie Characteristic Interests: Sports, music, Nick’s Activities: Football 1, 2 , 3, 4; Track Team 4; R.O.T.C. Football, Basketball, Baseball 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever 1 attempt. Mary Louise DeMarco Mary Lou, Doodzie Characteristic Interests: The Gang, Sports, Dancing, and “CIL.” Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, Head Cheer- leader 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be a success and make my mother and father proud of me. Priscilla A. Dionne Cilia Activities: Flash Typist 3; Glee Club 3, 4; Honor Business Club, Vice President 3; President 4; National Honor Society, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council, Secretary 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4; Sawyer Medal 3. Ambition: Someday, somehow, visit Paris with Barby and to go to California with the gang. Dorothy M. Do ucette Dottie Characteristic Interests: Ipswich and Dick. Activities: Art Club, Vice President 4; Flicker Staff 4; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be a nurse and take care of R. G. Barbara L. Duchane Barby Characteristic Interests: The gang, sports, music. Activities: Art Club 1; Camera Club 2, 3; Treasurer 4, Flicker 4; Volleyball 1, Badminton 1, Junior Class Ring Committee. Ambition: To go to Paris with Priscilla. Charlotte Dunbar Characteristic Interests: A. G. H. S. K. Ask Frannie. Activities: Flicker, Sports, Calendar, Advertising Committee t; Ambition: To be a successful “Scrub Nurse.” Norma INI. Dunphy Characteristic Interests: O. (). M. II. A. E. P., and to be happy-go-lucky. Activities: Flicker Stall’ t; French Club, Board of Di rectors 15, 1; Latin Club 2. Ambition: College, and to find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows! Clayt Nick’s and 10 }4 Long Beach. Clayton It. Dyett Characteristic I nterests Ask Wingsy. Algebra. Activities: Band 1, 2; Beacon I; Dramatic Club I; Football 1, 2, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1, 2. 3: Prize Drillers 3; Honors 1, 4; H.O.T.C. Basketball 1, 2, 3, I, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4, Badmintion 1. 2, 3, h Ambition: To go to college. Gordon M. El well Elwell Characteristic Interests: Lanesville and the gang. Ambition: To become a good mechanic. Geraldine A. Evans Gerry Characteristic Interests: Blondes preferable, D. L., Hot Spooks. Activities: Basketball, Co-Captain 1,2; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition : Who knows or ask Pat. Catherine E. It. Favalora Katy. Kay Activities: Camera Club 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. To travel. llil ia S. Filfalt Nugget, Nug Characteristic Interests: Ask the one who knows! Ambition: To lie successful in whatever I attempt. Samuel ,J. Fiorentino Sam Characteristic Interests: Aviation, West Coast, two persons, C. B. and G. M. Ambition: To go back to Delaware. Patricia A. Flaherty Characteristic Interest: To know more about . Activities: Basketball 2; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: Ask Esther and Lois. Pat Beverly A. Foster Bev, Bevie Characteristic Interests: Art, music, dancing, sports and We Four. Activities: Art Club 1, 4; Beacon, Collector 4; Flash, Typist 4; Flicker, Art, Chairman 1; Service Club 3, 4; Student Council Alternate 2, Teacher’s Secretary 4. ; Ambition: To be as wonderful a parent as my parents have been to me. Lois A. Foster Tapper Characteristic Interests: Bob, Lanesville, T. B. K., and having fun. Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Be con Collector 1, 2, 3; Flicker Collector 4; Flicker, Calendar, Class Boll 4; A. A. Collector 3, 4; Girl’s Club 4; Perfect Attendance I, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be as happy forever as I have been in the past year and to sec what happens in ’53. Barbara A. Fowler Barbie Characteristic Interests: Travel and writing. Activities: Dramatic Club l; Flicker Superlatives Committee 1. Ambition: To join the VVacs. Ida W. Frontiero Idey Characteristic Interests: A.P.G. Yellow Ribbon, Sports. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,2,3, f; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Soccer 1, 2, 3; Flicker , Superlatives, Chairman, Ad- vertising: Girls’ Drill Team 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Beacon Collector 1, 2. 3; Class Dues Collector 4;. Ambition: To be the first one, and to be a success as a nurse. Jocelyn V. Frost Jocey Characteristic Interests: B. A. Fast Gloucester and sports. Activities: Basketball 2; Honor Business Club 3; Treasurer 4; National Honor Society 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To always have as much fun as 1 have had in the last three years, and to make my Mother proud of me. Irving N. Fuller Jess Characteristic Interests: Sports and to be a good machinist. Activities To be a success in anything 1 undertake. John D. Geary Don Characteristic Interests: Wine, Women, and Hockey. Activities: Football 2; Hockey 4; Officer’s Club 4; Prize Drill, Prize Squad 3; Haskell Drill 3; Platoon Sergeant 3; Officer 4. Ambition: To settle down on a small income of $20,000 per year. Joseph S. Giacalone Joe , Unna Characteristic Interests: My Lanesville Blonde, E. S., fishing off Cape Porpoise, music, sports. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Winning Prize Squad 2; Haskell Drill 2; Individual Drill 3; Individual Drill 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Platoon Sergeant 3, Second Lieutenant 4. Ambition: To be a Mayor of Lanesville. Jean M. Gillis Gil Characteristic Interests: 0. O. M. H. A. E. P. and to always be happy. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 3, 4; Flicker , Class Roll, Superlatives, Calendar, Secretary 4. Ambition: To travel to France and see if Mr. Rosen’s stories are true and to become a nurse. Ronald II. Gilson Ronnie Characteristic Interests: R.B ., dancing and Dixie Land music. Activities: Art Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Corporal 3, 4; Beacon Advertising Staff 3; Flicker Art Staff 4; Winning Company 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 4; Bachelor Trophy 1, 3. Ambition: To join the Navy with Ed and have continuous bus service day and night from Lanesville. Thomas A. Glenn Characteristic Interest: Baseball. Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Football, Manager 2. Ambition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. Tom Dorie The Gang, Les Bonnes Filles Dorothy P. Goodnow Characteristic Interests: Jim, F.A.G. Yah, Well! Activities: Astronomy 4; Basketball 3, 4; Flicker , Prophecy, Calendar; Glee Club, Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows. M ary L. Goulart Babe Characteristic Interest: B. D., who else! Activities: Softball 2, 3, 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Flash 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Soccer 1, 2. Ambition: To go to California with the gang. Audrey It. Could Rexes Characteristic Interests: Writing and— — ? Acti ities : Beacon Advertising Manager 3; Flash Advertising 4; Library Assistant 1. Ambition: To see the world at peace; then travel. Patricia K. Gove Pat Characteristic Interests: H. S. the mailman and the hot- spooks. Activities: Flicker Typist 4; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Flicker Advertising 4. Ambition: Ask Gerry, she should know. Peter A. Grammas Pete Characteristic Interest: L. B. Activities: Baseball Manager 2, 3; G.H.S.A.A. Representa- tive 4; R.O.T.C. Baseball 2; Football 3, 4; Basketball 2. Ambition: To be successful. Mary Ann Green Alary Ann, Greenie Characteristic Interests: Georgia Boy and the Yellow Ribbon’s. Activities: Art Club 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To do what I want to do, when 1 want to do it, with no questions asked. To win the bet with the kids. Karle F. Greenwood Characteristic Interests: Mechanical Work and cars, Lottie T. Ambition: Mechanic. Betty C. Haight Bet Characteristic Interests: My little sailor man E. G. and secretarial interest. Activities: Teacher’s Secretary 4; Office Assistant 3, 4. Ambition: To make E. G. happy for the duration and raise a hockey team. Allan I). Haines A l Characteristic Interests: Drawing plans for future cars and planes. Ambition: To become a draftsman in the Air Force or mechanic. Elizabeth A. Harris Betty Anne Characteristic Interests: Weekends, Skiing, CYC A B.B. Activities: Basketball Captain 1; Flicker, Literary, Class Boll Committee 4; French Club 3, 4; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 1; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 3, 4; Supply Room Assistant 3, 4. Ambition: College and back to GofTstown. David E. Harrison Dave, Harry Characteristic Interest: Sports. Activities: Baseball 2; Flicker, Sports; Football 2, 3, 4; French Club 3, t; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Prize Drill, Suprenumery Haskell 3; Individual Drill 4; R.O.T.C. Sports; A. A. President. Ambition: To go to college. Philip I l;t ' ran Phil Characteristic Interests: Skiing, N.A.B. Activities: Track Team 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Prize Squad 3. Ambition: To be a commercial artist. Nancy Heberle Nance Characteristic Interests: C.Y.C. North Conway B.B. Friendship. Activities: Flash 2. 3, Co-Kditor; Flicker Committees; French Club Executive Board 3, 4; (ilee Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Supply Boom Assistant 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Archaeology in Egypt. Charleton I. Ilerdman Junie Characteristic Interest: To do what I am going to — fast! Activities: Basektball 3, 4; Boys Bille Team 3, 4. Ambition: To dodge the Draft. Lorraine M. lliland Characteristic Interests: Joe, M. F. P., S. A. The things we did last summer. Widgies, Shoes! Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Flicker , Advertising, Calendar 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Spanish Club 4; Intramural Sports 2; Honors 1, 3, 4; Beacon Collector 2, 4; Robin Hood 3; Library Assistant 3; Oflice Assistant 3, 4; French National Honor Society 3, 4. Ambition: To be drafted. Emma Hill Emma Characteristic Interests: Yellow Ribbon, “To find the one.” Activities: Basketball 3, 4; Flicker, Advertising, Superlatives 4. Ambition: Ask the gang. Shirley L. Hill Skirl Characteristic Interests: “Bob,” ’42 Ford, “George!” Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Badminton 2; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Activities 4; Class Ring Committee 3; Advertising 4; A. A. Collector 1, 2. Ambition: To get where I want to go! Kenneth A. Hinkley Ken Characteristic Interest: Making the rounds with Bob and Charlie. Ambition: To succeed in the electrical field. Nancy Jean Hinckley Nance Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Filles (F.A.G. Yeh, well! Activities: Basketball 1; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Flicker, Advertising, Calendar 4; Girls’ Drill Team 4; Glee Club 4; Girls’ Club 1, 2, 3, 4; School Play, “Dear Ruth,” “What a Life”; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows. Virginia C. Hooper Ginny, Hoop Characteristic Interests: That certain Merchant Marine, and sailing at Conoino Point. Activities: Softball 1, 2; Basketball 1,2,3; Flicker, Calendar Committee 4; Badminton 2, 3; Nurse’s Assistant 4. Ambition :To get my R.N., ask Harry S. Richard E. Horne Dick, Homey Rexy Characteristic Interest: B.B.B. for Boys — Wrightmobile Activities: R.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2; Prize Drillers 3; Stage Crew 1, 2, Chief, 3; RO.T.C. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Football 3, 4. Ambition: To drive a hot rod and to tour the U.S. in the Wrightmobile. Rhoda K. Hubbard Rowie Characterictis Interests: Sports, and a certain someone. Activities: Art Clul) 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club t; Girls’ Drill Team t; (llee Club 4; Flicker , Class Roll, Superlatives 4. Ambition: Ask Jean. Churlotte M. Ingersoll Char Characteristic Interests: “Mac” and the “Yellow Ribbons.” Activities: Softball 1. 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Volleyball 1; Badminton I, 3; Soccer Team 1; Perfect Attendance 1; Flicker , Superlatives, Advertising 4. Ambition: To be on time for once, and to beat the “kids” at that certain goal. Joseph 1 . Interrante Popeye, Joe Characteristic Interests: Sports, women. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To see the girls cry as I leave Gloucester High. Lois A. Iovanne Characteristic Interests: The gang and Cast Gloucester. Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; French Club 3, 4; Flicker , Class Roll 4; Advertising Committee 4. Ambition: To be whatever I turn out to be. Robert 1 ' . Jenkins Characteristic Interests: Billiards and women. Ambition: Navy, and passing bookkeeping. Mighty Mouse Big Dick, Jense Richard S. Jensen Characteristic Interest: Football. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, President 3; Officers’ Club 3, 4; Track Team 1; Pla toon Drill, Second Place 2; Company Drill Field Day, First Place 2; Company Winning Bachelor Trophy 2; Commander Prize Squad 3; Haskell Driller 3; Individual Driller 3; Platoon Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Sawyer Medal 1; Jeremy Ingalls Poetry Award 3; R.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3, 4; A. A. Secretary 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 1. Ambition: To be an admiral in the Greek Army. Barbara J. Johnson Barb Characteristic Interest: Those Connecticut Yankees! ! Activities: Softball 1; Basketball 1, 2; Catering Club 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4; F.H.O. Club Secretary 3. Ambition: To spend a year in Connecticut. Judith II. Johnson Judy Characteristic Interest: Boom! Boom! Ask Pat. Activities: Art Club 1, 4; Basketball I, 2. Ambition: Number Please, or Beverly Hospital. Not being missed when I’m drafted. Richard K. Johnson Characteristic Interests: Trapping and money. Activities: Ai t Club 1; Prize Drillers 4. Ambition: To make money. Dick, Johns Patricia A. Keefe Pat Characteristic Interests: Les Bonnes Filles, Yeh, well! and that certain place on Long Beach. Activities: Flicker, Calendar Committee 4; French Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4. Ambition: To see the Sun Rise once a year. Francis G. Kennedy France, Bear Characteristic Interests: Sports, Bev, midnight swims with Raynor. Activities: Basketball I, 2, .‘5, I; Football 1, 2, . ' 1, 4; Glee Club 2. 3; Student Council !•; Boys’ State Representative lt.O.T.C. Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Beacon Advertising 3. Ambition: To succeed in everything 1 attempt. Gordon S. Kinghorn Sonny, Boo Boo Characteristic Interest: Electronics. Ambition: To get into electronics through the Army or Navy. Cynthia Kline Cyn Characteristic Interest: B.O.I.N.G. Activities: Basketball 2; Beacon 3; German Club 2; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To see Loretta grow her four inches. Anastasios M. Ivopanon Kop, Greek, Tasey Activities: Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3; National Honor Society 3; President 4, Prize Drillers 2, 3, 4; Flicker, Sports Committee 4; Track Team 2; Prize Squad 2, 3, 4; G.H.S.A.A. Senior Representa- tive 4; R.O.T.C. Softball 2, 3, Basketball 2, Football 2, 3, Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3. Ambition: To rule with Jim as a general in the Greek Army. Ronald M. Lacey Ronnie, Lace Characteristic Interests: Wine, women, and “Nicks.” Activities: R.O.T.C. Baseball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Beacon Advertising Committee 3; Flicker Advertising Committee 4; R.O.T.C. Football 2, 3, 4; Prize Squad 3; Individual Supernumery 3; Driller 4; Haskell Drill, First Place 3. Ambition: To build a rocket and fly to the moon. Barbara Lane Barb Activities: Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To see Jane and I graduate. Jean Laurie Characteristic Interests: R.R.O.A., Ask Rowie Activities: Camera Club 4; Flicker, Advertising, Superlatives, Class Roll 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To get L. A. to be on time just once. Elizabeth L. Lawson Betty Activities: Art Club 1, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 3. Ambition: To travel around the world. Robert E. Leaf Leafie Characteristic Interests: Girls and Nick’s. Activities: Prize Drill 1. Ambition: To succeed at anything I undertake. M ary Lou Killey F-iggy Characteristic Interest: New cars and cute Juniors. Activities: Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, Staff Sergeant 1; School Assembly 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: Back to Sun Rise. Allen F. Libro A l Characteristic Interests: All those grimy shop boys and the gang at table three. Activities: Student Council 1; Vocational School Club, Secretary 2. President 3. Ambition: To become a good printer. Mary A. Linquata Midge Characteristic Interests: We Six, Pam, Kate and ?, and the lloyal Blue Car. Activities: Softball 1, 2, Captain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3 ; Beacon 3; Camera Club 4; Flicker, Committee 4; Service Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: Typist, and ask Pam. To go to New York with the kids. Dorothy Linsdav Richard B. Linsdau Characteristic Interest: Baseball. Ambition: To be an auto mechanic. Dick Robert B. Lovell Bob Characteristic Interests: Frankie Laine, the fair sex, ask Mac. Activities: Dramatic Club 4; Flicker Co-Editor 4; Senior Activities Committee, Chairman 4; Football 1; Prize Drillers 3, 4; School Play, “What A Life” 4; R.O.T.C. Corporal 3, 4; Prize Squad 3; Individual Supernumery 4; Bachelor Trophy 2. Ambition: College — To see a Republican in the White House. Patricia A. Lufkin Patti Characteristic Interests: Les Bonnes Filles (F.A.G.) Yeh, well! Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Chess Club 3; Flicker, Super- latives, Calendar. Prophecy, Class Roll, Chairman 4; Girls’ Drill Team 4; Service Club 2, 3, Award 4; Spanish Club 4; Intramural Sports 2. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows! Carlton L. Lumbard Lumpie Characteristic Interests: Wine, women and song. Activities: Glee Club, “Mocking Bird” 2, “Robin Hood” 3, 4; Prize Drillers, First Place 3, 4; Haskel Drill 2, 3; Prize Squad 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To succeed. Donald P. I Ulster Turk, Don Characteristic Interest: New York City. Activities: Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Football 2; Prize Drillers 1; Boy’s Rifle Team 1; Track Team 1. Ambition: To sing and be happy. Nancy J. Lynch Shorty Characteristic Interest: Art. Activities: Art Club I ; Flash Typist 1; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To travel around the world. Jean M. McCallum Characteristic Interests: To see the Sunrise once more, the Waves, and Don. Activities: Basketball I, 2, Captain 3, 4; Volley Ball I, 2, 3, 4; Badminton I, 2, 3, 4; Beacon 2; Flicker, Advertising Com- mittee 4. Ambition: To make Mom proud of me. Charles E. McCarthy Mac Characteristic Interests: R.O.T.C., “W,” sports, S. T. Activities: Student Council, President 1; Spanish Club 3, l; Officers’ Club 3, 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Rifle Team 2, 3; R.O.T.C. Sports 3, 4; Platoon Sergeant 3, h irst Lieutenant 4. Ambition: To always advance up the ladder of success rather than descend it. John J. McCarthy Jack Activities: R.O.T.C. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Flicker Stall - 4; Prize Driller 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; School Play I ; Vocational School Club 2, 3, 4; Benjamin Franklin Club 3, 4; N.B.A. 3, 4; Sharp- shooter Eight-Bars; Expert Rifleman 3, 4. Ambition: To build a rocket and fly to the moon with Lacey. Edward E. McCollum Ed Characteristic Interests: L. S., music. Activities: R.O.T.C. Sports 2, 3; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Prize Drillers 3: Prize Squad 3; Corporal 3. Ambition: The Navy. Robert I). McCormack Mac , Bob Characteristic Interest: Basketball. Activities: R.O.T.C. Baseball 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Chess Club 3, 4. Ambition: To live and be a man. Robert R. MacDonald Characteristic Interest: Football. Ambition: To join the Marines. Walter R. McGrath Mac Wally Characteristic Interests: Music, skating, dancing, and Pine Street. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. Ambition: To see the world. Norma C. McPherson Mac Characterstic Interest: Jackie Activities: Art Club 3; Beacon Advertising Committee 3; Flash 3; Teacher’s Secretary 3; Assistant Secretary 4. Ambition: To be as good a mother as mine has been to me and make my future a happy one. Francis G. Mackenzie, Jr. Mac Activities: Prize Drillers 2; Baseball 1; Football 1. Ambition: Architect. Lois J. Maddix Characteristic Interests: Sports, tennis, and bicycling. Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 3; Badminton 1, 2, 3; Volley Ball 1, 2, 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. Ronald J. Madison Mat Characteristic Interests: The pool room and the B.B.B. for Boys. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Volley Ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Badminton 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Driller 3, 4. Ambition: To beat Elddie at billiards and do homework for Nate. To invest in the Higgins Variety Corporation. Elizabeth A. Marchant Betty Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Filles (F.A.G. ) Yeh, well! Activities: Astronomy Club 1; Badminton 1, 2. 3; Deliberators Club 1; Flicker, Prophecy, Calendar 4; French Club 3, 4; Socicte llonoraire de Francois 3, 4; (Jills’ Drill Team 2, 3, Stall’ Sergeant 4; Latin Club 2; Service Club 3, Award 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 3, 4; Floor Superintendent’s Assist- ant 1; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; National 1 lonor Society 4. Ambition: To find the wide open speces, out where the cactus grows. James R. Marshall Jim Characteristic Interests: Hudder-Parson, the “would be” pharmacist. Activities: Football 2; Glee Club 1. 2; Boy’s Ride Team 2; R.O.T.C. Corporal 3, 4. Rita J. Mello Reet Characteristic Interest: Dancing. Activities: Flash 2, 3, 4; Flicker Stall ' 4; French Club 3, 4; Floor Supervisor’s Assistant 3. Ambition: To become a good surgical nurse. Alice M. Miller Ally, Blondie Characteristic Interests: S. M.. dancing with P Activities: Art Club 3; Service Club 2, 3, 4 Beacon Collector 1 ; Flicker Collector 1. 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: One week at Sunrise and to learn to jitterbug. Salvatore Mistretta Sam Characteristic Interests: Dancing, music, and traveling. Activities: R.O.T.C. Band 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become as good a man as my father. Roger M. Moore, Jr. Tussy Characteristic Interest: Ambition: To be outstanding in any field 1 take up. Gardner II. Morris Gardie, Gard Characteristic Interest: Vincie Activities: R.O.T.C. Football 2, 3, Volley Ball 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4; Officers’ Club 3, 4; Prize Driller 2; Platoon Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4; Boys’ Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Coach 2, 3. Ambition: To make so much money I ' ll have to keeji it in two banks. Margaret A. Morse Margie Characteristic Interests: Sports, win or lose, dramatics and music. Activities: Flash 2, 3, 4; Flicker 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; School Play 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To top Florence Nightingale. Lester F. Mountain, Jr. Let, Lut Characteristic! nterests: Fishing and mystery stories. Ambition: To be a metal smith. William J. Mourey Bill Characteristic Interests: Baseball, hockey, golf, skiing, and tennis. Activities: Art Club 4. Ambition: To be a commercial artist or designer. Mary Ann Munroe Mary Characteristic Interests: W. F., Tennis. Activities: Cheerleader 4; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4, Assistant 3; A. A. Collector 1, 2. Ambition: To be happy with W. F. Murph Thursday nights — Jean A. Murphy- Characteristic Interests: “Cracking up! “Dirty Dogs!!” Activities: Volley Ball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Basketball 2, 3; Service Club 1, 2, 3; AA.. Collector 2, Beacon Collector 1, 2. Ambition: Back to Sunrise! To be 4-F (same reasons). Why! ? Et, Suzy, Nick travel, and hair Esta A. Nickas Characteristic Interest: Sports, music, dressing. Activities: Softball 2; Basketball 4; Flicker Advertising Committee 4; French Club, Board of Directors 4. Ambition: To curl Gorgeous George’s hair. John N. Nelson Johnny, Jack, Nix Characteristic Interest: Shirley. Activities: B.O.T.C. Volley Ball 2, 3, Baseball 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track Team 1; Prize Driller 2, 3, 4; Prize Squad Commander 3; Second Place; Haskell Drill 2, 3; Individual Drill 2, 3; Platoon Sergeant 3; Lieutenant Colonel 4. Ambition: Success. Helen I. Nunes Characteristic Interest: Joe. Activities: Girls’ Club 4; Teacher’s Secretary 1. Ambition: To fill my hope chest. Doris E. Olmstead Sis Characteristic Interests: The gang, and for the rest ask Marilyn. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; Latin Club 3; Spanish Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Ambition: To succeed in anything I try. Lois M. Pacheco Characteristic Interest: To go out with the kids. Activities: Basketball 1,2; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To be or not to be — a secretary? Nicholas I’arisi George H. Parkhurst Park Characteristic Interest: Automotive Field. Activities: Football 1. Ambition: To get rich. Robert C. Parks Bob Characteristic Interests: Music, dancing and E. J. F. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beacon Collector 3; Orchestra 3, 4; Platoon Sergeant 3; Second Lieutenant 4; Prize Squad 2, 3; Individual Drill 2; Winning Prize Squad Commander 3; Winning Company Drill 1, 2, 3; Winning Platoon Drill 1, 2, 3; B.O.T.C. Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Bachelor Trophy 1, 3; Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To do bookkeeping as well as U.S. and O.C.S. fm Richard L. Parsons, Jr. Red, Rich Characteristic Interests: 19 Plum Street, sailing, bowling. Activities: Football 1; Officers’ Club 3; Platoon Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 4; Prize Drillers 2, 3; Boys’ Rifle Team 3, 4; Student Council 3; Vocational School Club 2, Secretary 3, President 4. Ambition: To sail around the world on the “Yankee.” Esther R. 1 ' ascucci Et Characteristic Interest: To know more about . . . Activities: Basketball 2; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To be or not to be — a secretary? Angelina M. Pedrotti Angie Characteristic Interests: Dry Land, M. F. P., S. A. The tilings we did last summer, Widgies, Shoes! Activities: Latin Club 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Flicker, Proph- ecy, Advertising 4; French National Honor Society 3, 4; Highest Honors 1, Honors 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendence 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be drafted and to fly around the world. Lorretla L. Perrin Shorty, Half Pint Characteristic Interests: B.O.I.N.G., that unforgetable night with that certain someone. Activities: Art Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2; Softball 1, 2. Ambition: To grow four inches taller and reach the height of My Friend. To join the U.S. Air Force. Alberta M. Perry Berta Characteristic Interests: O.O.M.H.A.E.P., Phyls’, A.B.B. Activities: Basketball 1; Badminton 1; Flicker Committee 4; Perfect Attendance 2, 3. Ambition: To be a good nurse qnd be happy go lucky. Robert A. Peters Peter, Bob Characteristic Interests: Sports, music, Dorchester. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Beacon Advertising Stair 3; Or- chestra 2, 3, 4; Service Club 4; Winning Prize Squad 3; Winning Company Field Day 1, 3; Winning Platoon Field Day 1, 2; Bachelor Trophy 1, 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To be successful and enjoy life. II ans .1. Peterson Ha jo Characteristic Interest: Putting little black signs on white paper- journalism. Activities: Beacon Contributor 4; Flash Reporter 4; Glee Club 4; Spanish Club 4. Ambition: How about a roket to the moon - — with you? Jane E. Place Characteristic Interests: 19 Eastern Point Road and South Carolina. Ambition: To be what my mother wanted me to be. Carolyn J. Powers Mimi Characteristic Interests: M. F. P., S. A., the things wo did last summer. Widgies, Shoes. Good Harbor Beach. Activities: Art Club 4; Basketball 1, 2; Beacon Collector 1, 2; Flicker, Advertising, Calendar 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Latin Club I, 2; Intramural Sports 2; Library Assistant 2; Spelling Award I, 3; Champion Speller 1, Honors 1, 4; Perfect Attend- ance 1, 2; A. A. Collector 2. Ambition: To be a successful secretary in the Siberian Salt Mine 34. Donald E. Powers Donnie Activities: Prize Drill ers 2; Corp 3; Second Lieutenant 4. Ambition: To be a good carpenter. Walter J. Powers Wally Characteristic Interests: Three o’clock in the morning, the inmates of the Blue Streak, and sports (golf and hunting). Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 1; German Club 3, 4; Prize Drillers 3, 4; Individual Drill 4; It.O.T.C. Football, Volleyball 4. Ambition: To go to college and to seek revenge on Smith and Anderson. Robert P. Quinn Braza, Bob Characteristic Interests: The Guard and New York. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Flicker Stall ' 4; Prize Drillers 2; Boys’ Rifle Team 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Track Team I, 2, 3; Benjamin Franklin Club 2; Technical Sergeant 3; Captain f; Honor Guard 2; R.O.T.C., Volley Ball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Class Bing Committee, Chairman 3; A. A. Collector 4; Saber Drill 4. Ambition: To play the field. Palma A. Hallo Pimie Characteristic Interests: “WeSix, " Mary, Katie and ? and the Royal Blue Car. Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3; Beacon 3; Camera Club 4; Flicker Stall ' 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: Ask Mary, and to go to New York with the kids. Joseph P. Randazza Joe , Randy Characteristic Interests: Sports and the Chesters. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Track Team 3, 4; Sawyer Medal 2; Junior Rotarian 4; R.O.T.C. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become a chemical engineer. Armando J. Re A. J. Characteristic Interest: Giving Big Brother a hard time. Activities: National Honor Society 4; Flicker Co-Editor 4; Stage Crew 1, 2; Track 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, Treasurer 3; First Sergeant 4; Jeremy Ingalls Poetry Award 3; Camera Club 2; Deliberators 4; G.H.S.A.A. 2, 3; Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Supply Room Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become Editor of The New York Times. James R. Rice Jim Characteristic Interests: Sports, summer nights and Salem, Mass. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 2 ,3; Prize Drillers 2, 3, 4; Track Team 1. Ambition: To lead a happy and useful life. Martha S. Rohinson Characteristic Interests: Math and music. Activities: Basketball 1; Beacon 3, Editor 4; Chess Club 3, 4; Flash 3; Flicker 4; French Club 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Glee Club 2, 3, Librarian 4; Latin Club 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Award 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 3, 4; Sawyer Medal 1; Jeremy Ingalls Poetry Award 2; Delegate to Girls’ State 3; Spelling Award 1. Ambition: To s ucceed in math in college and later, to make music in my own home. Manuel P. Rocha Manny Characteristic Interests: Girls, dancing. Activities: Football 1, 2, Manager; Hockey 2, 3; Prize Drillers 2, 3, 4. Ambition: Engineer in the U.S. Navy. James S. Rouvalis Jim, Jessy Characteristic Interests: Sports, Andrew’s, and Draft Board. Activities: Flicker Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Officer’s Club 4; Lieutenant 4; The Mockingbird 2; Robin Hood 3; Track Team 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become the King of Greece. Bob John R. Rudolph Characteristic Interests: Music, L. C. and you know. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be as happy in the future as in the past. Louis K. Kusscll Skip Characteristic Interest: Photography. Activities: Basketball 2, 4; Football 1; Prize Drillers 3, 1; Track Team 3, 4. Ambition: To do as well in anything I undertake as my former teacher, Mr. II. B. Geary. Joan S. Saari Jin, Joanie Characteristic Interests: The Kids and having fun. Activities: Art Club 1 ; Camera Club 2, 3, President 4; Flicker, Typist, Superlatives t; Girls’ Glee Club 1; Student Council Alternate 3; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To travel to the Wide Open Spaces. Albert J. Sargent Al Characteristic Interests: M. B., Military Service. Activities: Prize Drillers 3. Ambition: Machinist. Margaret M. Sawyer Peggy Characteristic Interests: Life in general, nursing. Activities: Flicker Staff 1; French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3. Ambition: To succeed in the field of nursing. Ethel P. S. Sears Shirley Characteristic Interest : Sports. Activities: Softball 1, 3; Basketball 1, 2 Beacon, Adv ertising 3. Ambition: To make good. Sheila Sellew Characteristic Interests: Jimmy, The Girls, S. A., Widgies, Shoes. Activities: Art Club 2; Catering Club 4; Flicker, Advertising, Prophecy 4; Glee Club 2, 3; The Mockingbird 2; Robin Hood 3; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Library Assistant 4; A. A. Collector 2; Gymnasium Demonstration 1. Ambition: To make mountains out of molehills. Sandra PL Seppala Sandy Characteristic Interests: Sketching and B.U. Activities: Basketball 2; Flicker Staff 4; French Club 3, President 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Sawyer Medal 2. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces. Florence E. Sheehan Rufus Characteristic Interest: The future. Activities: Basketball 2. Ambition: To travel with Uncle Sam. Marilyn A. Shoares Mai Characteristic Interests: Dick, Lanesville, T. B. k., and swimming. Activities: Flicker, Class Roll, Secretary 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society, Librarian 4; Service Club I, 2, 3, Award 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Massachu- setts Girls’ State Delegate 3; Latin II Book Prize 2; Algebra 11 Book Prize 3. Ambition: To go to college and then! Helen Silva Characteristic Interests: We Four and the Bed Sox. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition : To look for the silver and find the sunny side of life. Marshall L. Silva Marsh Characteristic Interest: Donna. Activities: Football 1; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Officers’ Club 2, 4; Prize Drillers 3; Prize Squad 2; Haskell Drill 2, 3; H.O.T.C.; Sports 2, 3. Ambition: Ask Don. Kicliard A. Silva Gump Characteristic Interest: M.J.S. Activities: Baseball 2; Glee Club 2; Officers’ Club 1; Prize Drillers 2, 3. 1; R.O.T.C., Corporal 3; R.O.T.C., Officer 4. Ambition: Machinist. Helen M. Silveria Characteristic Interests: Los Tres Bandidos, the Braves. Activities: Flash Typist 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 1; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Flicker, Superlatives, Class Calendar, Adver- tising 4. Ambition: Wilfred Academy; to have that ranch house in Arizona. Joseph P. Sinagra Joe Characteristic Interest: Sports. Activities: Baseball 2, 3; Intramural Sports 3; Boys’ Rifle Team 2. Betty Lou Smith Bet Characteristic Interest: My mother, R.E., M.A.C. Activities: Basketball 1; Beacon 1, 2, Assistant Manager 3, Business Manager 4; Flicker, Collector 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Flicker, Calendar, Superlatives, Class Roll, Prophecy 4. Ambition: To become a kindergarten teacher. David D. Smith Dave Characteristic Interest: An unfathonable interest in the world. Activities: Chess Club 3, President 4; Flicker Staff 4; French Club 4; Glee Club 4. Ambition: To be as happy, successful, and honored as my father. Marie E. Somers Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Filles. Yeh, Well! Activities: Basketball 2; Girls’ Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Sergeant 4; Latin Club 2; Spanish Club 4. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows. Anthony F. Souza Characteristic Interest: Art. Ambition: To become a success in art. Marjorie J. Sousa Margie Characteristic Interest: Los Tres Bandidos. Activities: Debating Club 2, 3, 4; Flash Contributor 3, 4; Flicker Staff 4; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, Vice-President 2, Treasurer 3, Presi- dent 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 4; Student Council 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Spanish 111 Book Prize 3; Sawyer Medal 1; Boston Herald Spelling Award 2; Honors 1, 2, 3, 4; Perfect Attendance 1. Ambition: To hitch my wagon to a star but keep my feet on the ground. Evelyn A. Suutari Ev, Evie Characteristic Interests: Sports and back to Goffstown! Activities: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2; Flicker, Prophecy Committee 4; French Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Girls’ Club Cabinet 2, 3, Secretary 4; Girls’ Drill Team 1, 2, 3, First Lieutenant 4; Glee Club 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 4, Librarian; Student Council 4; Supply Room Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To swim, ski, sleep and succeed in college. norotv n iqr I Lata a bi L John Swanson Characteristic Interests: Hunting, auto mechanics, and cats. Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3. 1: Glee Club 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Prize Drill. Ambition: Civil Engineer. Julia II. Sweeney Characteristic Interests: B. M., basketball, dancing, Activities: Softball 1, 4; Flicker Collector 1. Ambition: To find that certain someone. Julie Elias Sweet Eli Characteristic Interests: Girls, sports, lliggin’s corner, Lanes- ville, Babbitt, B.B.B. for Boys. Activities: Vocational School Club 3; Boys’ Club 2. Ambition: To go with you know who. June II. Swift Swifty Characteristic Interests: Hot Spooks, basketball, West Gloucester. Activities: Softball 2, Captain 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 4; Flicker . Sports Committee 4; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Service Club 1,2, 3, Award 1; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To become a baby’s nurse and go to California with Cilia and the gang. Irene M. Tettoni Renee Characteristic Interest: Les Bonnes Filles, K.A.G., Yeh, Well! Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Camera Club 4; Debating Club 4; Flash 4; Flicker , Typist, Prophecy, Chairman, Calendar 4; Girls’ Drill Team 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Award 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4. Ambition: To find the wide open spaces, out where the cactus grows! Robert W. Thompson Tommy Characteristic Interests: Sports, Rifle Team, hunting. Activities: Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Dramatic Club 1: Boys Rifle Team 3, Captain 4. Ambition: The Naval Air Force. Carlton M. Thoumine Carl Characteristic Interests: Books, Beer, and Music. Activities: Astronomy Club 4; Chess Club 3; Football 2; Deliberators 4. Ambition: To get plenty of education. Jonathan S. Tryon Jon Characteristic Interests: Music, sports, politics, and Jean. Activities: Baseball 2; Chess Club 2: Football 1, 2; French Club 4; Deliberators 4. Ambition: To get promoted to — what? Gordon E. Topper Tup Characterstic Interests: Accounting, Wrightmobile, B.R.B. for Boys. Activities : Beacon Collector: Ollicers’ Club; First Lieutenant; R.O.T.C. Volley Ball 2, 3, 4; R.O.T.C. Football 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To tour the United States in a Wrightmobile and succeed in whatever I attempt. Jacqueline E. Turner Jackie Characteristic Interest: ' That certain someone. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To always be as happy as I have been, this last year and have as much fun. Mary E. Tysver Liz Characteristic Interests: Sports and W. (i. (i. Activities: Girls’ Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 1. Ambition: Learn to drive like a Boston cab driver. Jeanne M. Vale Valey Characteristic Interests: 0.0. M., II.A.E.P., Phyl’s. Activities: Flicker Staff I; Teacher’s Secretary 1; Perfect Attendance 1,2; Badminton 2. Ambition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. Richard I). V annah Rich, lloppie Characteristic Interest: East Gloucester. Activities: Baseball 3, 1; R.O.T.C. Basketball 3, I; Football 1, 3, I; Hockey 4. Ambition: To become successful in the field of drafting. Laurence R. Veator Larry Characteristic Interests: Sports and a certain Map. Activities: Basketball 2, 3 Beicon Collector 4; Camera Club 2; Flash Writer 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2, Treasurer 3; National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4; Officers’ Club 4; Track Team 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Individual Drill 3; Prize Drillers 2; Haskell Drill 3; Platoon Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4; Boys’ State Representative 3; Junior Rotarian 4. Ambition: To see the other side of the cut bridge. Elizabeth A. Vegliano Characteristic Interest: Skippy Stanton. Activities: Softball 1; Beacon Collector 1 ; Flicker Staff 4 Ambition: To be as good a mother as Mrs. Stanton. Betty Marie A. Verge Mini Characteristic Interests: Chit-chat, music, dancing, week- ends. Activities: Camera Club 3; Secretary 4; Flicker, Prophecy, Superlatives 4; Flicker Typist, Chairman 4; Girls’ Drill Team 4; Girls’ Glee Club 2, 3, 4; The Mockingbird 2; Robin Hood 3; Mikado 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Award 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: To make the most of what life has to offer and see the world at peace instead of in pieces. Conrad Vitale Bunny Characteristic Interests: Sports, 32 Orchard Street. Activities: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. Ambition: To make a million. Carol A. Warner Gus Characteristic Interests: Our plans for our ranch-style home. B.O.I.N.G. Activities: Flash Typist 3; Flicker, Advertising, Typist 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Robin Hood 3; The Mockingbird 3; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Award 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3, 4; Softball 2; Badminton 1; Basketball 1, 2; Senior Social Activities Committee 4; A. A. Collector 2; Gymnasium Demonstration 1. Ambition: To be as good to my children as my mother has been to me. Shirley A. Waterman Characteristic Interests: R. M. G., Beulah, and Club. Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 3. Ambition: To become a nurse and to travel. Skirl Jean A. Webber Characteristic Interest: To live a full and happy life with Bob. Activities: Glee Club 4. Ambition: To succeed in whatever I attempt. Ucl C. W eiderman, Jr. Characteristic- Interest: Machines. Ambition: Nav . Kduanl F. Welch Tub Characteristic Interests: 221, West Peabody Speedway, The Baseball, limiting, Fishing. ets. Activities: Baseball Bntarian I. Ambition : To be 3, Captain 4; Football 1, 2; Junior a success. Paula F. Wheeler Characteristic Interests: Bay! Bay! Bay! To see the Sun Rise once more. Activities: French Club 3, 4. Ambition: To put Rocky Neck on the map and to succeed n whatever I may attempt. Frances E. Vi hiffen Fran Characteristic Interests: Dancing, swimming and the U.S.S. William Lawe. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; National Honor Society 4; Spelling Award 1. Ambition: To dance my way to happiness. Barbara A. White Barb, Barbie Characteristic Interests: Mel and the U.S. Army, skating, dancing and tennis. Activities: Flicker, Class Calendar 4. Ambition: To become a child’s nurse and ask Mel B. William R. White Characteristic Interest: Lump’s job. Ambition: To succeed. Bill Kulph G. Whitten Fatty Characteristic Interest : Horses, B.B.B. for Boys and Cheetah. Ed, Mat, Dick, Mo, and Janice’s. Ambition: Navy with Dag. T. Patricia Williams Patsy Characterstic Interests: B. P., swimming, dancing, skating. Ambition: To be as good a parent to my children as my parents have been to me. Warren W. William Bunny Characteristic Interests: Music (tuba), women, B.B.B. for Boys. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To get into the Navy School of Music and get a job playing bass, anywhere. Marcia F. Woodbury Characteristic Interest: Wide open spaces. Activities: Astronomy 4; Class Prophecy Secretary 4. Ambition: To get there. 4; Teacher’s Edward E. Wright Eddie Characteristic Interests: Madison, Mo, Morn, Whitten, Janice’s and The Greeks. Activities: Beacon Advertising Committee 1$; R.O.T.C. Football, Basketball, Volleyball. Ambition: To be a Hot Bod driver. Ruth E. Wright Binkey Characteristic Interest: Bob. Ambition: To have a good time. Donald I’. Young Youngie, Foo Characteristic Interests: Printing and money. Activities: Flash Reporter 3, 4; Vocational School Club I. 2. 3. i. Ambition: To be a good printer like Mr. Vail. Frances M. Zager Franny Characteristic Interests: Saturday Nights. Activities : Softball I, 2; Beacon Collector 2, 4; Flicker Collector 3; Girls’ Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Teacher’s Secretary 4; Gym Demonstration 1. Ambition: To return to Sun Rise. S. S. k. and ask Charlotte Loren A. Jacobs Andy Characteristic Interest: R. S. R. 0. A. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Boy’s Rifle Team 2; R.O.T.C. Sports 1, 2; Bachelor Trophy 1, 3; Winning Com- pany 1, 3; Winning Platoon 1, 2. Ambition: Navy. Hoy E. Lamb Chuck Characteristic Interest: Living. Activities: Baseball 1, Basketball 1; Glee Club 2. Ambition: To be an independent business man. Joseph Frontiero Jean SolTord Blondie , Kid Characteristic Interests: To see Gerry happy again! We Six back together once more. Ambition: To find a solution for all my problems. To join the U.S. Air Force. John W. Story Win Characteristic Interests: “Sports;” “Down on the Right;” “Let Her Go.” Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 1; Hockey 4. Ambition: To play first base for the New York Yankees. Thomas Jameson Mildred Holmberg Robert McCurdy Room 101 Room 102 33 n Room 105 Room 107 «F BE %W w V’ r i iHfl p v Room III Room 120 Room 121 Room 122 Our 3a Most Popular Marie Courant James Mclsaac Most Artistic Beverly Foster Ronald Gilson Most Practical Elizabeth Harris Armando Re Most Romantic Martha Robinson David Smith Most Agreeable Ellin Abbott Francis Kennedy Most Argumentative Leslie Anderson Conrad Vitale Most Attractive Betty Marchant David Harrison Most Bashful Lois Maddix Francis Kennedy M ost Daring Ellin Abbott Sheila Sellew Clayton Dyett Most Literary Nancy Heberle Lawrence Veator Most Talkative Mary Lou DeMarco James Pike Most Musical Nancy Day Carlton Lumbard (Quietest Lois Maddix Joseph Randazza David Smith Best Groomed Mary Lou DeMarco James Rice Most Athletic Mary Tysver Arthur Sawyer Best Dancers Mary Lou DeMarco Edward McCollum Class Cradle Snatchers Priscilla Dionne Gardner Morris Most Literary Nancy Heberle Lawrence Veator Most Vrtistic Beverly Fostei Ronald Gilson Most Popular Marie Courant James Mclsaac Most Musical Nancy Day Carlton Lombard vorites (’lass Genius Nancy Heberle Martha Robinson Lawrence Veator Class Baby Carolyn Powers Walter McGrath Most Popular Officer Evelyn Suutari James Mclsaac Most Ambitious Martha Robinson James Mclsaac Cutest Barbara Duchane James Pike Most Likely to Succeed Nancy Heberle Richard Jensen Most Cheerful Ellin Abbott Francis Kennedy Class Clown Jean Murphy Ronald Madison Most Popular Subject English Most Studious Nancy Heberle Lawrence Veator Most Fickle Patricia Lufkin Gardner Morris Most Versatile Marie Courant Ronald Lacey James Mclsaac Senior Who Has Done Most for the Class Marie Courant Arthur Sawyer Senior Outstanding in Leadership Marie Courant James Mclsaac Most Dramatic Nancy Hinckley Robert Lovell Most Sociable Jean Murphy Francis Kennedy Most Vivacious Jean Murphy Ronald Lacey Best Dancers Mary Lou DeMarco Edward McCollum Most Argumentative Leslie Anderson Conrad Vitale M ost Dramatic Nancy Hinckley Robert Lovell Class Rabies Carolyn Powers Walter McGrath - 3 % Q leanings from the Class ft allot “Sing a song of good cheer; a blank on which you vote; Come all you Seniors, and see just what you wrote. " You, the voters, attest to Marie Courant’s popularity by selecting her as the Most Popular Girl of the class (ain ' t it the truth though?). Second place honors go to one of our Rockporters, Evelyn Suutari. Janies Mclsaac (a Pigeon Cove boy by the way ) wins the Most Popular Boy title by a long margin over the second place selection, Arthur “Sookie” Sawyer. Beverly Foster and Ronald Gilson, because of their fine talents, literally “walked away” with the Most Artistic votes. Bringing up the rear — paint brushes in hands — are two more Rem- brandts, Lorretta “stop splashing that paint on me” Perrin and Bill “I can’t help it” M orey. Any afternoon in the second floor supply room you may see our two Most Practical Seniors, Betty Ann Harris and Armando Re, giving advice (practical of course) to their runners-up, Mary Chisholm, Nancy Heberle and Larry Yeator. You “practicals” had better watch out — “Big Brother is watching you.” W hen 99 and 44 100 per cent of the class vote Martha Robinson and Dave Smith the two Most Romantic Seniors, then that’s love (ah sweet love . . .). Trail- ing badly — but faithfully — are Nareise and Mary Lou. “Smile and be happy.” That’s the good word from our two Most Agreeables Ellin Abbott and Francis Kennedy. Jean (the red light means stop; the green light means go) Murphy is second in the girls’ column, while Jon (cut that grease) Tyron is our second place “yes” man. There is a long list of Most Argumenta- tive Seniors (naturally). Topping the list is Conrad Vitale with 17 votes and Leslie Anderson w ith 15. I lonorable-Mentions go to Mary Lou DeMarco, James Pike, Barbara Fowler and George Brown. (Say, what about Tyron, Thoumine and Re?) Dave “Rliett Butler” Harrison Prince- ton necktie and all beams as the Most Attractive Boy. following close behind him are the rest of the boys in the class who all received at least one vote (their own? ?). Betty Marchant, likewise, leads the girls as Most Attractive. Notice to under- classmen: Betty and Dave may be seen at 1:40 in the lobby autographing their class pictures. Lois Maddix, followed closely by Marcia Woodbury, are our two Most Bashful Girls. No disputing “Bear” Kennedy’s right to the Most Bashful Boy award. Re and Sargent come in second and third respectively, but far behind Kennedy. Ellin Abbott and Sheila Sellew will probably never stop talking about the day they gave Mr. Johnson a “hot foot.” For this great feat they received the honor (?) of Most Daring Girls. Clayton Dyett, of course, calls the “baby-stuff”. He still claims that his 30-day flagpole (the one in front of the school) sitting tops them all. Maybe he’s right . . . after all, it gets kind of cold and lonely up there. Nancy Heberle, clutching tightly her copies of the Atlantic Monthly and the Saturday Review of Literature, heads the class as the Most Literary Girl. Following with her copy of Donald Duck, is the runner-up, Betty Marchant. The third-floor book room finds Larry Veator musing over a dusty copy of Plato’s Republic, while his number two man, Dave Smith, finds the comic page of the Boston Herald quite to his liking. (I ' ll take the Globe myself. ) Queen of the Tongue W aggers is Mary Lou DeMarco. On her left, in the King’s throne, is James Pike. The tw o Princesses are Pat Amero and “Bunny” Vitale. (Very good selections, eh wot?) The class Lily Pons seems to be, without a doubt, Nancy Day, and the up-coming “Peg” Truman is petite Dorie Goodnow. Rendering with the octaves in a jocose manner is Carlton (“My friend, come take this good stout bow of yew”) Lumbard. Following in second place with baton, trumpet, and drum is the man with the big white hat — none other than our Drum Major, Eddie McCollum. Our Most Bashful Girl, Lois Maddix, also tallied as the Quietest. Bashfulness and Quietness seem to go together, n’cest- ce pas? Big Joe Randazza is the Quietest Boy, according to the ballots; but you ought to hear him in Mr. Card’s Physics class (wow!). Dave Smith takes second place. (What do you say to that, Martha?) The title of Best Groomed rests on the shoulders of Mary Lou DeMarco with Evelyn “M’Lady” Suutari ready to relieve her, should the honor weigh too heavily. James Bice stands alone as the Class Sharpie. Mary Lou DeMarco and Eddie McCol- lum are the Ginger Rogers and Arthur Murray of the class of ’51. Mary Tysver (“All-American” girl base- ball player) rightly deserves the title of Most Athletic. Doris Olmstead flexes her muscles and comes in second. “Sookie” Sawyer, with a great football and track record under his belt, takes the honor for the boys. Coach Ross can easily vouch for “Pop Eye” Interrante’s selection of second place. Our Cradle Snatchers are Priscilla Dionne, for the girls, and Gardner Morris for the boys. Bringing up the rear are the two second place baby kidnappers, Rita Banfield and John Nixon. Nancy Heberle and Martha Robinson both polled an equal number of votes to tie for the Class Genius award. Larry Yeator grabbed the honor for the boys. Carlton Thoumine deservedly came in second followed by Dick Jensen. The rattles for the Class of 1950-51 go to Mimi Powers and Wally McGrath. A consolation second prize of a rubber doll goes to Rita Mello, while “Bunny” Vitale receives a set of crayons and a lollypop. This year Our Most Popular Officers are the two “big wheels” of the Regiment; Lieut. Suutari of the Girls Drill Team and Colonel Mclsaac of the Horse-Marines. Their respective aides-de-camp are Rita Banfield and Charles McCarthy. Martha Robinson wins first place as Most Ambitious Girl. Doris Olmstead and Evelyn Suutari ambitiously argue it out for second and third places. James Mclsaac leads the boys in the Ambitious column. Larry Veator and Armando Re both come in second. We have so many cute girls! Barb Duchane from Lanesville leads the list with Mary Lou DeMarco, Lorraine Hiland, and Pat Amero following in that order. Jim Pike wins Cutest Boy — hands down! His nearest competitors, Francis Kennedy and Wally McGrath, tie for second place with seven votes each. Nancy Heberle finds herself voted the Girl Most Likely to Succeed. One vole behind her, in second place, is Marie Courant. Best of luck to both of you. Dick Jensen wins by a whisker over Jim Mclsaac and Larry Veator as the Boy Most Likely to Succeed. Ditto. Ellin Abbott’s and Francis Kennedy’s cheerfulness is challenged by Jean Murphy and Jim Mclsaac who tie for second place. Office Notice: A meeting of all clowns will be held at 1 :40 in room 229. Presiding will be number one clowns, Jean Murphy and Ronald Madison. Refreshments will be served at the close of the meeting by number two clowns, Sheila Sellew and Wally McGrath. In spite of all the groans, English is the Most Popular Subject; study, second; and recess, third. “Boys” get five votes. Are “they” subjects or extra-curricular activities? Nancy Heberle and Larry Veator again take the limelight by being voted Most Studious. Martha Robinson takes second place for the girls, while Armando Re takes that honor for the boys (what a joke). Patty (a different one every year) Lufkin takes first place as the Most Fickle Girl; followed by a long list of other ‘Tickles” — Jean Murphy, Frances Zager and Jackie Turner. Gardner Morris sweeps the title for the boys and is challenged (?) by Raynor Adams who amassed the grand total of three votes (one from each girl?). Marie Courant turns her talents to vote- getting, wins Most Versatile award. Patty Lufkin (fickleness proves to be her versa- tility) takes second prize. The versatility of our senior boys is vouched for by the number of candidates for Most Versatile Boy. Ronald Lacey and Jim Mclsaac are the final choices. That girl’s here again. Marie Courant wins Senior Girl Who Has Done Most for the Class. Arthur Sawyer takes the honor for the boys. By the way, w hat has been done for the class? Our Class Secretary and Treasurer (also Colonel) find themselves vested with the honor of Seniors Outstanding in Leadership. “Alfred Lunt” Lovell and “Lynn Fon- taine” Hinckley share the final spotlight and receive their Oscars w hile the curtain lowers and the house-lights go up. (Pop corn will be sold in the outer lobby!) Armando John Re 1 m ■ M w f ||| ¥ jj s r r % ] jJ®| j® ■■a« ifW.l STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: R. Evans, M. Souza, P. Dionne, Rec. Sec.; C. McCarthy, Pres.; E. Goulart, Corr. Sec.; L. Stephanio, F. Sawyer. Second Row: J. Maclsaac, M. Demetrios,- G. Day, E. Suutari, A. Bearse, G. Koski, S. Bcuchie. GLEE CLUB First Row: C. Powers, B. Avila, N. Day, E. Suutari, R. Banfield, P. Goodnow, R. Blatchford, P. Ra llo, J. Saari. Second Row: R. Hubbard, I. Tettoni, N. Burnham, J. Giacalone, W. Charte, D. Smith, N. Heberle, M. Chisholm, J. Webber. Third Row: M. Green, A. Cavanaugh, P. Keefe, S. Waterman, L. Foster, E. Harris, M. Shoares, N. Hinkley, P. Dionne, M. Robinson, M. Verge. SERVICE CLUB First Row: J. Swift, P. Rallo, E. Sears, M. Bragdon, E. Suutari, Pres.; L. Perrin, B. Avila, M. Linquata, B. Smith. Second Row: P. Burnham, J. Frost, L. Foster, M. Bowman, E. Harris, M. Shoares, R. Banfield, N. Burnham, E. Marchant. Third Row: C. Warner, M. Verge, P. Dionne, I. Tettoni, R. Peters, M. Morse, N. Heberle, A. Cavanaugh, L. lovanne. DRAMATIS PERSONAE First Row: M. Demetrious, Treas.; J. Klemer, Vice Pres.; N. Hinckley, Pres.,- J. Alves, Sec. Second Row: M. Souza, R. Lovell. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLUB First Row: G. Silva, Treas.; R. Burns, Vice. Pres.,- R. Parsons, Pres.; D. Young, Sec. Second Row: A. Libro, M. Bellanti, J. McCarthy. GIRLS ' CABINET CLUB First Row: E. Suutari, Sec.,- M. Courant, Pres.; P. Tedesco, Vice Pres.; A. Cavanaugh, Treas- Second Row: N. Hinckley, P. KeeFe, P. Burnham, R. Cucuru. BEACON STAFF B. Smith, M. Robinson, G. Morris CHESS CLUB R. Brown, D. Smith, G. Day SENIOR ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE First Row: C. Warner, R. Lovell, Chairman, A. Cavanaugh, Sec. Second Row: P. Amero, D. Smith, S. Hill. Missing: B. Fowler, M. Morse. G.H.S. A. A. COUNCIL First Row: M. Jensen, Vice Pres. D. Harrison, Pres.; R. Jensen Treas. Second Row: P. Tedesco Sec.; P. Grammas. w 1 1 j 41 Ljr : i 1 A £ m-1 ' A.. y « • a i . Ht . 1 SPANISH CLUB First Row: P. Goodnow, B. Avila, Vice Pres.; E. Swinson, Treas.; M. Souza, Pres.; M. Chisholm, Sec. Second Row: H. Silveira, R. Alves, M. Somers, M. Shoares, P. Havran, M. Goulart. FLASH STAFF First Row: B. Foster, E. Avila, Co-Editor,- S. McCue, Co-Editor; A. Cavanaugh. Second Row: H. Silveira, C. Powers, M. Souza, D. Young, I. Tettoni, M. Bergstrom, R. Mello. STAGE CREW First Row: F. Dulong, J. Lewis, J. Buckley, Chief; P. Wonson, Asst. Chief; R. Rose, Chief; R. Miliner, R. Santos. Second Row: D. Quinn, H. Evans, E. Perry, M. Woodbury, G. Lafata, M. Pino, J. Nikola. DELIBERATORS First Row: J. Tryon, E. Marchant, R. Thompson. Second Row: A. Re, C. Thoumine, L. Veator, K. Bryning. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First Row: N. Herberle, E. Harris, Sec.; A. Kopanon, Pres.,- P. Dionne, Vice Pres.; A. Cavanaugh. Second Row: M. Robinson, D. Olmstead, M. Shoares, Librarian,- M. Bowman, J. Frost. HONOR BUSINESS CLUB First Row: M. Souza, P. Dionne, Pres.,- D. Jenkins, Treas.; S. Cavanaugh, Vice Pres.; A. Cava naugh, Sec. Second Row: B. Avila, I. Tettoni, L. Foster, J. Turner, C. Warner, H. Silva. CAMERA CLUB First Row: C. Favalora, M. Berg- strom, Vice Pres.; M. Verge, Sec.; J. Saari, Pres.; M. Duchane, Treas.; J. Laurie. Second Row: J. Swift, M. Linquata, R. Hubbard, L. Russell, R. Parsons, I. Tettoni, P. Rallo, C. Powers. ART CLUB First Row: L. Maddix, W. Mourey, D. Doucette, Vice Pres.; W. Brown, Pres.,- M. Gronblad, Sec.; M. Maguire, Treas. Second Row: M. Bergstrom, N. Burnham, R. Gilson, E. Lawson, G. Brown, A. Cavanaugh, B. Foster, C. Powers. First Row: P. Keefe, E. Marchant, E. Suutari, Sec.; S. Seppala, Pres.; R. Emero, Vice Pres.; M. Sawyer, N. Dunphy. Second Row: J. Gillis, D. Borge, J. Tryon, D. Smith, J. Rice, E. Nickas, R. Mello. Missing: M. Robinson, Treas. FRENCH CLUB SEPTEMBER 7. Mack to school. Seniors tried to look dignified. lr. I hompson hauled R. Cnrcurn in forgiving freshmen wrong directions. 8. Some things had changed, hut others had not; Leslie and Georgie still having their daily arguments. l ). 11. Parks, who was stopped last year for running to lunch, carried a lunch basket. 10. 825-865 was seen in lront of 1. Shoares house last night. 1.1. M. Shoares came to school mumbling “Arch du Libier” all day. It. Jocey frost was getting her itamins every day eating a raw carrot in first floor supply room. la. P. Wheeler looked starry-eyed in English. Could it be because It. Adams sat in front of her? 18. Girls came back to school with lambent eyes and a blank mind after ha ing seen F. Granger in a recent ino ie. Duchane only one normal. 19. It. Duchane came to school with those lambent eyes. letter came from Mississippi. 20. .1. Randazza hopped a ride to lunch on Parks’ lunch basket. 21. Senior girls made sudden rush for freshmen boys. P. Dionne and C. Kline set the pace. 22. Mr. Hooper locked ten senior boys in the third floor supply room. Better luck with the fresh- men next time, boys. 25. It. Rudolph was seen rushing to the cafeteria to get L. Cluett’s lunch. 26. A Cavanaugh stored sophomore boys in her locker. Good packing, Ag! 27. Mr. Ifagstrom accused P. Dionne of cradle- snatching! 28. D. Luster crooned on way to classes. Two senior girls fainted. S. Sawyer to the rescue. 29. L. Foster was seen target practicing in Lanes- ille. Victim — tall blonde boy. OCTOBER 2. It. Perry tried to change the name of “Flicker” to “Rocks and Pebbles.” Senior class revolts. 8. II. Silva took first driving lesson. Mr. Vail was seen at wits’ end. 1. .1. ale adopted new theme song, “My Buddy.” 5. F. McCollum left school to apply for position as conductor of Boston Symphony Orchestra. 6. It. Lacey passed in English homework, Mr. Meddaugh felt weak. 10. Miss Gale told about an interesting book, “So Hides the Bat.” E. Wright was found behind door. 11. I i. Pascucci sets up spaghetti stand in cafeteria. Senior boys bought four plates. 12. Drill! (W hat a sorry mess of men!) 13. .1 Gillis after reading Dante’s “Inferno,” said. “This sure is hot stuff.” 16. Mr. Rosen showed movies of his trip to Paris. B. Lovell and .1. Rice were seen packing steamer trunks. 17. Witham and Whitten were found enacting dueling scene from “Cyrano.” Mr. Thompson asked for return performance at 1:40. 18. Major Guenther informed cadets: “Your rifle is your best friend; treat it as you would your girl friend. Love it, guard it, and wipe it each day with an oily rag.” Class 19. Mr. Rosen looked for new stage crew prospects Senior girls were seen filling out applications. 20. P. Keefe and C. Dyett had argument. Dyett seen next day with broken nose. 21. Freshmen girls were taken to hospital after hav- ing seen 1). Harrison in full football attire. 23. II. Silveira decided to take course at Tufts Medical School after a Saturday night date with premedic. 25. L. Costa watches Dagmar every night. Claimed lie liked the higher things in life. 26. Mr. Silva: “If you don’t understand geometry now, you may as well go home.” Exit entire class. 27. B. Avila started sa ing her pennies for the Ted Williams Retirement Fund. 29. I he Yankee left for eighteen months’ cruise. 30. IL Parsons and .1. Nixon were picked up near I hatcher’s Island floating on a raft. 31. Halloween Night — Seniors enjoy themselves by not doing homework! NOVEMBER 1 . P. Amero came storming to school after finding out where “Wingsy” was Halloween night — what happened " Wingsy!” 2. Certain Senior girls seen lagging this morning to school with straight hair. After some re- search it was found that they attended Jean Laurie’s party last night. 3. Teacher’s Convention — No school! — Con- gratulations to M. Courant, D. Horastead, A. Re and B. Marchant on the swell job they did debating at the convention. 6. L. Anderson and G. Brown finally resolved not to fight anymore. 7. B. Duchane seen coming out of room 105 with a cloud of smoke following her as she opened door. Experiment successful? 8. Kay Curley was seen looking out of the window in English. “Baby Rose” was on its way home. 9. Resolution of November 6 between L. Ander- son and G. Brown was broken. 10. Senior class voted on whose camera they plan to break. 13. G ILS, corridors were very quiet, reason ,1. Pike absent. 14. .1. Pike returned to school. Had an excuse absent slip, “recuperating from house party.” Excuse accepted. 15. A real piece of ham slipped into a sandwich today, file purchaser N. Day almost died of heart failure. 16. M. DeMarco was seen mailing her annual letter to Santa Claus. Afraid it won’t get, there in time? 17. B. Haight seen taking extra recess. What’s on your mind? Someone get a leave? 20. Cards!- Such a shock. G. Morris declared that his card is his death warrant. D. Luster was lost again from his platoon. Major ( aiicnther presented him w il h a compass. Calendar 22. M. Bragdon hid A. Sargent in her locker and guarded him with a water gun. 23. Thanksgiving! G.I1.S. Seniors packed Wake- field’s stadium to see our eleven for the last time this season. It was a wonderful game, we won! 24. First officers’ party. At last the poor “ossil’ers” were given a little recreation from their burdens and worries. Several sought the aid of police- men to prevent the girls from crushing them in their enthusiasm. G. Lumbard won the individual drill. 27. Girls promenaded school with wilted orchids, gardenias, roses, carnations, and dandelions, while boys display lipstick stained uniforms. Where did J. Mclsaac get those dandelions? 28. L. Costa arrived at quarter of eight. What happened? 29. E. Abbott forgot to laugh. 30. BOBBERY! - Class dues demanded. DECEMBER Photographer took pictures around the school. Jimmy Pike took book in library to make sure he got in picture. C.. Dyett shocked Miss Perry. Tells her that “King Solomon’s Mines” was featured in first floor display case. B. Whitten found turkey sandwich in cafeteria — left over from Thanksgiving. M. Powers startled assembly by swinging off the balcony. Seniors got proofs — Gilson and McCollum were seen headed towards Boston with R. O.T.C. rifles. Angie’s car failed to start — five senior girls vowed not to leave until car goes. Twenty-five seniors lined up at North Shore Theater as B. Curcuru passed out popcorn. S. Sellew got ice cream in cafeteria - insisted on having “jimmys.” Glee Club Concert freshmen girls swooned over “Lumpy” Lumbard. L. 1 1 Hand gave lecture to freshmen on “Making Yourself at Home.” G. Morris set up booth on third floor — sold autographed pictures at $1 each. School closed! B. Lacey rushed to Boston to see Santa. Christmas day — N. McPherson in tears be- cause she forgot to hang up her stocking. New ears Eve — seniors made merry, a ea ! ! ! JANUARY 3. Mr. Rosen’s hopes renewed- Mac did his home- work. That was the second time, eh Mac? 4. Gardner Morris renewed his license at a well- known concern — Sears Roebuck? 5. Friday — another well-deserved weekend. 8. A horrid rumor was spread through the corri- dors that mid-years were coming. 9. All books were missing from the library. L. Veator and I). Jensen were seen staggering home. Studying? 10. C. DeCoste and J. Bice, so wrapped in their conversation in math, they each caught cold. 11. Miss Crawley stumped. C. Dyett on time. 12. E. Abbott, B. Marchant, R. Banfield, M. Woodbury, P. Goodnow P. Keefe, I. Tettoni lined up in the Health Suite to be excused. Feel sick? 15. A. Gould fell down stairs in front of B. Lovell. Bob wanted to know if it was a proposal. 16. Mid-years? 17. Still mid-years? 18. All hope had vanished. 19. The end. Everyone celebrated at the 1 officer’s party. Lt. Suutari and girls’ drill corps were in splendid glory. Officers also drilled? 22. G.l I.S. gills wore dead but significant corsages. 23. S. Seppala answered question in English. 24. N. Dunphy felt drop of snow, decided a blizzard was coming, stayed home in safety. 25. B. Lovell gave advice to W. Powers. “Don’t love a little girl a lot; love a lot of girls a little.” 26. W. Powers was seen playing cassanova in 3rd floor corridor. 29. B. Harris arrived in supply room before 8:05. She decided to be an efficiency expert. 30. Miss Harris declared she could not read L. Veator’s handwriting. FEBRUARY 3. Congratulations to Mr. Lane. It’s a girl. 5. M. Bergstrom seen not wearing that Medford boy’s class ring! What hoppened, Mai? 6. Horse seen galloping down Farrington Avenue. M. Somer’s legs were sticking out of snow bank. 7. M. Somers stood in all her clases. W ha’ hoppened? 8. P. Keefe woke up and found Mid-years were over so went back to sleep for the rest of the year. 9. B. Marchant wondered whether or not she’d be accepted at college. Entered Miss Harris’ room singing, " It All Depends on You.” 10. B. Lovell, brushing off coat, said to P. Lufkin, " 1 wish you’d keep your schoolgirl complexion.” 12. Wanted by N. Dunphy: A safe and sane vo- cabulary which can be used when you’ve (ire- pared the first nine sentences and are called on on for the twentieth. 13. D. Goodnow informs Miss Crawley that. Paul Revere made the first nitride. 14. A certain teacher was seen clutching a lacy valentine. C. Dyett caught hiding under the bubbler on the third floor. 15. Jimmy Bice elects clean-up committee for the Donkey Basketball game. Jon Tryon hopes everything comes out all right. 16. Beginning of vacation: “Nature seems to wear one universal grin.” 25. Here endeth the vacation. 26. C. Thoumine nominated for Nobel Prize. He discovered how to win an argument with a woman. Miss Harris holds big conference. Thoumine expelled from school. 27. C. Vitale bumps into M. Woodbury leaving cafeteria. He questions her when she drops half a dozen apples. Finally she confesses she look them for Mr. Lane ' s horses. 28. I. Tettoni. M. oodhury. D. Goodnow, P. Lufkin. B. Marchant. It. Banfield. P. lveefe, M. Somers, and K. Abbott get excused. Miss Boss thinks it was something they ate. M VRC1I 1. No. it was not tlie March wind. .1. Pike and .1. Itice were just having conversation. 2. .1. SolTord smiled in bookkeeping. Shocked entire class. 5. . Pow ers did his own homework. M. Courant sick. 8. N. Dunphy was seen sporting a new mink coat. Nonna started a mink farm in East Gloucester. 9. All seniors from Lanesville absent, B. Duchane and S. Seppala let air out of bus tires. 12. P. Ballo, M. Linquata, and C. Eavalora, serenaded the chorus with popular songs. 13. M. Bragdon thumbed a ride to Manchester. No Friday night date? I t. A. Perry and .1. ale were seen boxing at wait- ing station. Which would it be East Gloucester or Bockport? 15. L. Pache co applied at Sears Roebuck for driver’s license. 16. Seniors gave pre-birthday parties for P. Gove, E. Pascucci, and P. Amero. 19. B. Adams did a fine job of holding up P. Wheeler’s locker. 20. March winds too much for II. Silveira. Helen came to school with lead in her shoes. 21. .1. Gillis baked first cake. Office report three pages long. 22. F. Kennedy did homework in English. Miss Gale learned that the “Rendezvous” was closed. 23. That brilliant lad, Vannah, came up with another statement of facts: “The man who invented life-savers made a mint!” 26. Miss Smith ' s Bookkeeping III class went on a return trip to England. 28. Mr. Greely explained that darkness is the absence of light . M. Souza claimed it was the presence of a beau. 30. Presentation Night. Band not chosen winners. McCollum consoled squad by awarding them Ilop-Along Cassidy pins. APRIL 1. All Fool’s Day .1. Bice and .1. Pike were in all their glory. 3. B. Mello walked through the corridors wearing a white mask and gown. In training already? 4. B. Mello passed in an essay on “Young Interns.” 6. Marks closed — Report cards next week. 9. B. White practiced with the rifle team. In preparation for when she joins the Army in the south. 11. I lasehall team discovered one should swing the bat instead of throwing it. 13. ACATION! Be Happy Go Lucky! 22. That certain Merchant Marine Cadet landed. . Hooper was seen floating through the corridors. 23. Back again and ready for the last, term. 24. Mr. Rosen gave up the E block French II class as a lost chord. 25. C. Dunbar missed Magnolia express and was obliged to walk to school. 26. B. Marchant still survived Miss ’Parr’s P.H.S. tests. A, nevertheless. 27. When asked about her future, V. Hooper replied: “I’ll be like my father but supervise oidy 1 1. S. MAY 1. Sergeants were looking for prospects for the last party. 2. D. Olmstead got some seedlings from Missis- sippi and planted them around the flag pole. 3. L. Foster and M. Shoares waded at Good Harbor Beach. 4. F. Kennedy showed " Nate” what he learned in Economics — " Be economical,” says Frenchie and produced a piggy bank. 7. D. Duchane and P. Dionne on the absent list. Summer had not arrived yet. 8. The “Hot Spooks” faithfully attended their spring meeting at A. Cavanaugh’s home. All I lot Spooks, Brownies, Tappers, S. S. Charges, and P. 11. Lovers were present. Refreshments were served. 9. M. Goulart left her locker after school with her faithful Sir Galahad at her side. 10. Senior girls practiced high C for graduation. 11. Maestro Gentile cried on Wally MacGrth’s shoulder ■ — sorry to see his best clarinet player go. 12. .1. Saari was carried out of 102. Experiment backfire? 15. E. Abbott and P. Lufkin took up a new penny collection. What for now? 16. B. Hubbard arrived at Mr. Thompson’s office giggling. Laughing at Mr. Greely’s philosophy on science. 17. B. Duchane was seen with binoculars checking the 7 :30 bus from Lanesville to East Gloucester. 18. D. Olmstead danced in the corridors — a flower bloomed from the seedling. 23. Mr. Rosen wept as his faithful crew left for the summer months. 25. Miss I larris’ senior class squirms as she explains that a person’s thoughts and character can be read in his eyes. 28. C. Favalora, M. Linquata and P. Ballo arrived w ith suitcases. Operation-lockers were rid of their books and papaers. JUNE 1. Field Day climaxed by the best party of the year the Sergeant’s Party. 5. Senior Class Banquet - Best Ever! 10. Graduation Day, the happiest of days — every- one stumbled to the platform to receive his long-awaited diploma. 21. Presentation Day — Farewell to our High School Days. f l f Jj rfif f . BL . M r ' ' 1 1 Officers Front Row: 2nd Lieut. Thomas Cain, 1st Lieut. Richard Jensen, 2nd Lieut. Richard Camille, 1st Lieut. James Pike, Col. James Maclsaac, Lieut. Col. John Nixon, 2nd Lieut. Edward McCollum, 1st Lieut. Lawrence Veator, 1st Lieut. Gordon Tupper. Second Row: Maj. Robert Guenthner, U..A., P.M.S. T., 2nd Lieut. Albert Sargent, 1st Lieut. Robert Quinn, 2nd Lieut John Geary, 2nd Lieut. Marshall Silva, 2nd Lieut. Joseph Giacalone, 1st Lieut. Richard Silva, 2nd Lieut. James Rouvalis, Capt. Jere Dement, Asst. P.M.S. T. Third Row: 1st Lieut. Richard Parsons, 2nd Lieut. Robert Parks, 2nd Lieut. Donald Powers, 2nd Lieut. Carlton Lumbard, 1st Lieut. Charles McCarthy, 2nd Lieut. Gardner Morris. Rifle First Row: J. Alto, R. Simpson, J. Davis, R. Thompson, Capt.; R. Parsons, J. Castle, E. Laine. Second Row: TT Sgt. Gardo, M. Readon,- V. Libro,- J. Call, W. Morris, R. Woodbury, R. Hull, R. Denis, T. Merchant, Mgr., I | | Capt. Dement. First Row: 2nd Lieut. Edward McCollum, Carlton Grace, Joseph Moceri, Eugene April, David Carrigan, Robert Elliott, Robert Rudolph, Bruce Craaybeek, Forbes Graham, Ronald Gilson, Kenneth Gossum, Mr. Antonio Gentile, Dir. Second Row: 1st Lieut. Robert Parks, Donald Carrigan, James Call, Robert Dennis, Walter Souza, Joseph Orlando, Ronald Maddison, Marco Ballante, Joseph Ciarimetaro, Bernard Polansky, Richard Elliott, Edward Silva, John Swanson. Ihird Row: Pat Maranhas, Sam Moceri, Donald Fiahlo, Howard Evans, Donald Sears, Walter McGrath, John Worrall, Robert Brayman, Robert Foley, Frank Lovasco, John Nickola, Kenneth Nickerson, Ronald Fleet. Fourth Row: Sam Pi sea tel I o , Gilbert Brown, Paul Lafata, Robert Bosquin, Robert Barnard, Peter Garland, Robert Peters, Gerald Silvieria, Sumner Roper, Robert Briand, George Anderson, 2nd Lieut. Joseph Giacalone. Fifth Row: Herman Josefson, Ted Carroll, Richard Brown, Robert Movali, Warren Whitham, Leroy Call, Louis Norton, Paul Courant, Forbes Brown. First Row: Irene Tettoni, Frances Zager, Sgt. Marie Somers, Sgt. Elizabeth Harris, Sgt. Mary Lou Killey, 1st Lieut. Evelyn Suutari, Sgt. Elizabeth Marchant, Sgt. Rita Banfield, Marcia Bowman, Nancy Hinckley, Mary Chisholm. Second Row: Faye Budrow, Pauline Witham, Janice Earlywine, Patricia Burnham, Marie Verge, Rhoda Hubbard, Patricia Lufkin, Ida Fronterio, June Swift, Jean Abrahamson, Emily Pike. Third Row: Faye Anderson, Laura Stephanio, Carolyn Dolloff, Stephanie Lacey, Marrianne Forrest, Faye Sawyer, Normar Goyetche, Joanne Gallant, Patricia Balzarini, Mary Ellen Gillie, Dianne Jackson. Fourth Row: Joan Bouchie, Lois Tysver, Denise Marr, Joan Abrahamson, Jean Bouchie, Janice Murray, Fay Hannibal, Evelyn Goulart, Constance Oliver, Joan Doucette. Awards to the Class of 1951 Sawyer Medals 8th grade — Barbara Avila, Nency Heberle, Rita Mello, Angelina Pedrotti, Clayton Ovett. Marcia Bowman, Marilyn Sboares, Lawrence Veator, Priscilla Goodnow. 9th grade — Richard Jensen, Marjorie Souza 10th grade Vnastasios Kopanon, Joseph Randazza, Martha Robinson, Sandra Seppala Iltli grade — Priscilla Dionne, John Geary Latin Book Prize, Marilyn Sboares, 11 Spanish Book Prize, Marjorie Sonza, II Jeremy Ingalls Poetry Awards, Richard Jensen, Armando Re, Martha Robinson Good Government Day Delegate, Agnes Cavanaugh Delegates to Massachusetts Girls’ State, Martha Robinson, Marilyn Shoares Delegates to Massachusetts Boys’ State, Francis Kennedy, Lawrence Veator Typewriting Award 61 words per minute, Agnes Cavanaugh Commencement Awards American Legion Award Bausch and Lomb Award Benjamin Franklin Club Scholarship Business and Professional Woman’s Club Scholarship . . Central Labor Union Scholarship College Woman’s Award Danforth Foundation Award Gloucester Hotary Club Scholarship History Department Prizes Jeremy I ngalls Poetry Award Kiwanis Club Scholarship Language Book Prizes Louis M. Geller Scholarship VH. ).T.C. Scholarship Rensselear Polytechnic Institute Medal Sawyer Medals Stevens Hook Heviewers Prize etcrans of Foreign Wars Award M.O. Z.C. Medals and Jwards to the Class of 1951 Charles B. Corliss Medal, Cadet James R. Maclsaac, 1949 Major George H. Morse, Jr. Medal, Cadet Robert W. Thompson. 1949 Captain Raymond E. Shum Award, Corporal Edward E. McCollum, 1950 Haskell Medal, Cadet Ronald Lacey, First Place, 1950 Individual Drill Medals and Certificates Platoon Sergeant Lawrence Veator, Third Place, 1949 Corporal Carlton L. Lumbard, First Place, 1950 First PI ace Prize Squad Medals Platoon Sergeant Robert Parks, Band 1950 Corporal Edward E. McCollum, Band 1950 Cadet Forbes Brown, Band 1950 Cadet Robert Peters, Band 1950 Cadet Ronald Madison, Band 1950 Cadet John Swanson, Band 1950 Cadet Joseph Giacalone, Band 1949 Rifle Team A wa ids: Robert . Thompson, N.R.A. Sharpshooters Medal, 9 bars 1950, Expert Medal 1949 John McCarthy, N.R.A. Sharpshooters Medal, 5 bars 1950, Marksmans Badge 1949 Gardner Morris, N.R.A. Sharpshooters Medal, 2 bars 1950 Robert Quinn, N.R.A. Sharpshooters Medal, 5 bars 1950 Richard Parsons, N.R.A. Sharpshooters Medal 1950 Charlton Herdman, N.R.A. Marksman 1st Class 1950 Charles McCarthy, N.R.A. Marksman ,1st Class 1950 Robert Barnard, Sharpshooters Badge 1949 Field Day, 1951 Everett Milne Award City of Gloucester Medal School Committee Medal Haskell Saber Drill: First Place Second Place Third Place Bachelor Trophy and Medal Class Prophecy-1951 Fifteen years have passed since the class of 1951 lias been together. As a whole, it was a class of students with outstanding leadership and ability. t our first class reunion, we have met to find out who did what and who went w ent w here. Reporting to ou is Kv Suutari who is talking w ith his Honor I he Mayor of (iloucester, A rthur Sawyer, former class president, and his staff of aldermen — Conrad it ale, Sherman Bouchie, John Geary, and Peter Grammas. They are the kind of people this world needs, for since they have been in office, Gloucester has become more prosperous, i.e., airways have been established — one at Stage Fort Park, the Kopanon irlines, and another at Kock Neck, under the proprietorship of Audrey Gould, which is t he only airline w Inch w ill drop you by ladder to any spot you desire. Many of us like to land atop of Sweet’s Sweets Shoppe. (By the w ay, Elias, have you heard of B. Curcuru’s new and cheaper candy bar?) Also serving the city are Nance Heberle and Betty Harris who drive a suped-up ambulance with dual-control, with Alice Miller, nurse, ready and waiting in the rear. A maybe bigger help is Ronald Lacey, whom the city needs an able undertaker whose motto is, “Be Prepared!” Noted anthropologist, Carlton Thoumine, in a state of utter wealth after analyzing the minds of .1. Tyron and B. Lovell, has donated, after buying the Sawyer Free, a bigger library to the city. Here you can find C. Power’s latest, “How to Snatch a Man,” and Lois M addix’s, “How to Make Conversation.” Esther Pascucci and Jeanne Vale together have done well in their beauty salon. Employed by them are Berta Perry, Pat Flaherty, Lois Pacheco, June Swift, and Marj Souza, and all are quite expert. I’ve heard. A very capable dentist is Donald Luster who drills to rhythm of Eddie McCollum records. Several of his new song hits are the “Lou Pascucci Drag,” and the “Gordon Tapper Blues.” George Parkhurst, world ' s famous newspaper photographer is seen time and time again snapping scenes with Eleanor Cormier, modeling at Saks, and frequently wearing designs by Sandra Seppala. Marilyn Shores, employed by Dr. Bryning, had the pleasure of seeing our own Nancy Hinckley, Margaret Morse, and Patty Lufkin in the “Havran-ian” drama “As You See Fit.” The props and settings were created by Rita Banfield, architect, w ho also blueprinted the Y. Powers’ Cancer Research Building in Salt Lake City. Armando Eisenhower is campaigning for President, and also running for a govern- mental office is Norma Dunphy in a race for Senator of Texas. L. Jacobs, B. Barnard. R. bitten and R. Madison have formed a partnership in the manufacture of rubber glass, an exclusive invention of A. Haines. Loretta Perrin and Carol Warner have recently turned to the ballet. Teacher, M ary Lou K i 1 ley thinks there is considerable talent here. Using the term loosely, we might say we have another teacher in our midst. Charlie DeCoste has a school of modern dance. He mentioned having considerable difficulties attempting to teach Dick Yannah, Wally McGrath, and Richard Linsdau the Tango. As a whole, the entire body has been an outstanding one and accomplished immeasurable heights. Jocey Frost and Katy Favalora, secretaries to J. Pike, Lawyer, and F. Kennedy, M.D., respectively have received recent promotions. President of Wyoming State l Diversity is none other than Miss Betty Marchant. It seems many of the class have wandered to W yoming for in the same university are the professors Marie Courant, first woman professor there, Clayton Dyett, Dave Harrison, and Charles McCarthy. Also in the professorship is G. Kinghorn, at M.I.T., and Joe Interrante graduate teacher at Michigan State. James Maclsaac and Bichard Jensen have been appointed to relieve MacArthur in the Pacific theater. Ellin Abbott, wealthy dog breeder and kennel manager, is sitting with 1 arcia Woodbury, a sugar cane plantation owner in Louisiana, and Irene Tettoni, sculptress and author, and Doric Goodnow, who will retire after she ends the year as editor o [ ' Bazaar. Even after fifteen years, we still find Jean Murphy trying to catch up with Campbell in age. Evie reports that the music we are hearing, in case you have not noticed is being played by the Bob Parks Orchestra. Seated at another table, she saw Joe Randazza, coach at B.l . talking with Jim Bouvalis, rival coach from Florida. Also seated at that table are Martha and David Smith who have married and are a well-known literary critic team, and W F Joan Saari talking with Barb Duchane, teaching first six grades at Lane School, Priscilla Dionne, teaching at G.H.S., Aggie Cavanaugh, whose fabulous w adding we will all t ry to attend next week, and Mr. and M rs. Leslie and ( ieorge Brow n. Why the sudden hearty applause? Oh! Nancy Day, great success at Metropolitan is about to sing. Very beautiful! and a most pleasing prelude to the awaited dinner turkey and fixings, and several choices for dessert which will be served by IN. Lynch, It. Sheehan, It. Wright, B. Vegliano, and C. Curley who are employed by the It. Horne and L. Mountain Catering House. It is certainly a shame that Marie Verge could not attend; she is confined to her home after spraining her ankle when trying out a new pair of sneakers. Miss Suutari tells me that all entertainment for the evening is being furnished by members of the class. Mary Chisholm is going to present a cello solo entitled “El Des Trubador” which the madam wrote and published herself. Miss Bhoda Hubbard, B.N. has just returned from Africa where she is working in a hospital there. Have you seen the shrunken head from Africa, a memento from one of her admirers? Miss Day will sing “How Dry I am” an aspiring popular ballad composed by L. Hilland and . Pedrotti. As Miss Suutari hunts further for old classmates, she sees Mary Linquata, who is supposed to photograph the party, chatting with her old friend, Betty Haight. Ah, the music stops and our president Arthur Sawyer steps to the mike. He announces prizes for the following: Most children, James Rice; Farthest distance, Palma Rallo; Least changed, Margaret Sawyer; Baldest, Hans Peterson; Most changed, Carlton Lumbard. Wandering around, Evie finds, talking sports talk, Robert Leaf, Jac McCarthy, Robert MacDonald, Francis McKenzie, and Allan Libro. They seem too rapt in their own conversation to talk to her so she goes on to speak with a friendlier group — with Thomas Cain, Forbes Brown, Raynor Adams, Richard Byrnes, and Manuel Brown. Some other accomplishments of the class of ’51 are those attained by Joe Giacalone and Ronald Gilson, noted sports writers and commentators. Marco Billante and Richard Barnett have started a new river boat concern on the Annisquam River, daily patrons consist of Warren Witham, Axel Weiderman, and Peter Auditore, who commute back and forth to work at Gorton Pew. After a speech by Governor of Mass., Raynor Adams, the new television act of dancer B. Avila, and singer Mary Munroe, proved to be an ex- cellent performance. The former G.O.P. leader, Robert Thompson, and his secretary P. Gove, were seen discussing world affairs with Democratic leader Robert Peters and his secretary irginia Hooper. At this reunion, Pat Amero, society leader, announced her engagement to Robert Brown, the famous cinema lover. In addition to Renee, we have another author, namely Bob Quinn who has written the sequel to Inside U.S.A. called The Likes and Dislikes of the Siberian or Salt People. Recently, it has been rumored, that Louis Costa will ope n a new branch of his retail stores in Gloucester. The contractors hired will be Manuel Brown and Charlie Bouchie. Also Don Borge has been chosen. In the line of accomplishments, the class of ’51 can boast of the line of teachers produced. Mai Bergstrom, typing; Pat Keefe, violin; Paula Wheeler, sewing; Nancy Burnham, primary grades; and William Mourey, art; have all succeeded in obtaining a position in the Gloucester school system. After school superintendent Gordon Elwell, assisted by missionary Donald Young and probation officer Richard Silva, had given a talk on juvenile delinquence, sports caster Larry Viator awarded prizes to the best athletes. These prizes were won by Mary Tysver, women’s baseball champion, and by Rich Camille, famous hockey player. It is rumored that the owner of Dainty Dot Cafe, Marshall Silva, has gone into partnership with Albert Sargent, owner of the Essex Grille. Public opinion computer, Douglas Davis, rep orted that visiting nurses Jean Gillis and Shirley Hill, and home decoration agents, Judy Johnson and Jackie Turner, had won the popularity poll that he had conducted. Another rumored partnership is that of Manuel Rocha, cemetery caretaker; John Rudolph, insurance agent; and Bob Catalini, funeral director. During a concert by the band, Bev Foster, our own portrait painter and Ronnie Gilson, political cartoonist, went around sketching their impressions of several important people — North Shore manager, Narcisio Cecilio; Esta Nickas, a writer of personal advice; and, head telephone operator, Lois Foster, bore the most resemblance. Talking about their neighboring enterprises on Main Street are Charlotte Dunbar, who owns a jewelry shop, Hilda Filfalt, whose florist shop is just next door, Anthony Souza, trying to sell his priceless antiques, Earle Greenwood, making known his real estate business, and Don Powers, auctioneer, prompting bids whenever he finds a chance to talk. Everyone is gay and somewhat changed, but not so considerably; everyone is happy. For what more could we ask? Pi musk m m 0 m maaB Football FOOTBALL RECORD September 16 Gloucester 6 Revere 25 September 23 Gloucester 4 Lynn Classical 12 September 30 Gloucester 13 Newbury port 0 October i Gloucester i Swampscott 0 October 14 Gloucester 0 Marblehead 28 October 21 Gloucester 13 Beverly 26 October 28 Gloucester 12 Peabody 1 November 11 Gloucester 12 Melrose 12 November 23 Gloucester 32 Wakefield 20 102 Won 4, Lost 4, Tied 1. SENIORS OF ' THE VARSITY First Row: Charles DeCoste, David Harrison, Joseph Randazza, Co-Capt.; Richard Vannah, Richard Jensen, Joseph Interrante, Co-Capt.; James Rouvalis, James Pike. Second Row: James Rice, Lawrence Veator, Marshall Silva, Robert Brown, Francis Kennedy. FOOTBALL SQUAD First Row: C. Lattof, Equipment Mgr. ; R. Alves, J. Pike, D. Harrison, R. Brown, L. Veator, F. Kennedy, J. Nickson, R. Vannah, R. Jensen, J. Interrante, J. Randazza, R. Quinn, J. Hurst, J. Rice, A. Frigard, Asst. Coach. Second Row: N. Ross, Coach; L. Call, J. Hamor, C. Brackett, A. Beck, D. Asaro, S. Scola, F. Selig, R. Matheson, R. Gibbs, J. Witham, R. Getchell, M. Silva, R. Burns, A. Decker, S. Lavasco. Third Row: S. Bouchie, Field Mgr.,- J. Rouvalis, C. DeCoste, R. Osmund, Mgr. ; D. McKenney, Mgr., S. Moceri, F. Rhodes, L. Linquata, S. Scola, S. Demetri, A. Nickas, F. Rose, R. Ritcey, E. Danjou, J. Quinn, E. Swinson, R. Evans, Mgr, The football era covered by the graduating class of L95L will long be remembered by both the boys themselves and the entire North Shore. For, in that short period of four years an assemblage of boys has been moulded into an impressive array of men. Surely the fine lessons of sportsmanship and clean play taught by the most capable of coaches has done much to bolster this growth. It has always been well known throughout the County that a Gloucester team can be looked forward to producing a machine of “true” football character. The class of 195 L has naturally lived up to this tradition during its four years as a competitive unit. Many members of the squad were prominent cogs in the champion teams of 1947 to 1949. Most of them played their role f during the 1950 season with equal celebrity. ; 4 q 1CC.S v i»S£» BASKETBALL TEAM First Row: Robert Layton, Leroy Call, Conrad Vitale, Capt.; Fred White, Frederick Twomey, George Whipple, Mgr. Second Row: James Powers, Emilio Spinola, Henry Moore, Daniel Harris, Anastasios Kopanon, Joseph Polizzia, Walter Powers. Basketball BASKETBALL RECORD December 8 Gloucester 27 Beverly (Jamboree) 24 December 30 Gloucester 46 Marblehead (Exhibition) 60 January 3 Gloucester 43 Lynn Classical 47 January 5 Gloucester 44 Lynn English 55 January 9 Gloucester 31 Lawrence 54 .1 anuary 12 Gloucester 40 Salem 37 .) anuary 23 Gloucester 57 Beverly 36 January 26 Gloucester 53 Lynn English 57 January 30 Gloucester 55 Lawrence 61 February 2 Gloucester 60 Salem 59 February 6 Gloucester 48 Lynn Classical 51 February 9 Gloucester 41 1 1 aver h i 1 1 58 February 13 Gloucester 59 Beverly 57 F ebruary 16 Gloucester 55 Peabody 71 February 21 Gloucester 62 Haverhill 51 February 23 Gloucester 73 Peabody 53 HOCKEY TEAM First Row.- Manuel Rocha, Thomas Cain, Ronald Harnish, Richard Camille, Team Capt., Richard Vannah, Marshall Silva, Walter McGrath. Second Row: Charles Lattof, Team Mgr.; Wmthrop Story, Donald Fialho, Leonard Oakes, James Benham, George Silva, James Witham, Thomas Jameson, Joseph Bennota, William Riley, John Hendrickson, Coach. Hockey HOCKEY RECORD December 9 Gloucester 2 Marblehead 1 December 16 Gloucester 2 Swampscott 2 December 30 Gloucester 2 Lynn English 1 January 6 Gloucester 1 Lynn Classical 2 January 13 Gloucester 1 Saugus 1 January 20 Gloucester 4 Revere 4 January 27 Gloucester 5 Danvers 0 February 3 Gloucester 6 Salem 1 February 10 Gloucester 4 Beverly 3 February 17 Gloucester 3 Amesbury 3 February 24 Gloucester 4 Peabody 2 CHEERLEADERS Front: Geneva Bauman, Mary Lou DeMarco, Head Cheerleader,- Mary Monroe, Chisholm. Standing: Ruth Blatchford, Fay Sawyer, Mary An Jean Bouchie, Joan Bouchie. ji Ei ■ I ■ I l ■ I K li COMPLIMENTS AND BEST WISHES GLOUCESTER FISHERIES ASSOCIATION GLOUCESTER, MASS. Member Firms (’ape Ann Fisheries, Inc. Cape Ann Seafoods Collins-Lee Co. of Gloucester, Inc. Curcuru Brothers Empire Fish Company Fabet Corporation Gorton-Pew Fisheries Co., Ltd. Harbor Cover Fisheries, Inc. O’Donnell-Usen Fisheries Corp. Progressive Fish Wharf, Inc. Rocky Bay Fishing Company Surf Fisheries, Inc. General Seafoods Corporation Tarr Fish Co., Inc. Compliments of FAULK BROS. — MASON CONTRACTORS BEVERLY MOTOR SALES Oldsmobile Sales and Service 131 Rantoul Street Telephone Beverly 3075 Chas. J. Tersolo, Pres. Compliments of TERMINAL GARAGE E. R. LORD Grocery, Essex Essex, Mass. A complete line of Pratt and Lambert Paints and V arnishses HANNIBAL A. NUNES THE CAPTAIN’S TABLE PAINTER DECORATOR 139j Prospect St.. Gloucester, Mass. Steaks - Chicken - Seafood Mirrors, Plate and Window Glass, Imported and Domestic Wall Papers Tel. 2485 Telephone 110 Route 128 South Essex, Mass. Compliments of BASS ROCKS OIL CO. GEORGE B. BROWN CORP. Brown St., Ipswich, Mass. Hay, Grain, Feeds and Dragon Portland Cement Telephone 70 Best Wishes for Success HAROLD N. PIKE O ' CONNELL’S VARIETY STORE Fountain Service S!) Washington Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of SMITTY’S MARKET Compliments Of BURKE BRADY, INC. Tutoring ADELINE W. PROCTOR 84 Prospect Street Telephone ■2 ' 24 Compliments of LUFKIN’S DINER and CATERER 342 Washington Street Telephone 1626- W Compliments of Compliments of L. E. COMEAU DR. TAYLOR Prescription Druggist 276 Main Street A. F. BORGE SON Plumbing and Heating 3 Webster Street Gloucester, Mass. BERTOLINO BROTHERS Italian Bakery 150 Commercial Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments A Satisfied Customer Is Our Pest Advertisement PARKS BROTHERS BUSSELL W. PARKS FRANK W. PARKS G.M.I. LAUNDRY Electrical Construction of All Kinds Electric Motors Installed and Repaired EDWARD E. R ANT A Meats and Groceries 6£ Langsford St., Lancsville Telephone 2345-M Compliments of GLOUCESTER AUTO BUS COMPANY D. M. SERVICE Mobilgas Range and Fuel Oils Main St., Essex, Mass. Telephone 18 MERIT SHOE CO., INC. ENDICOTT-JOHNSON SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Enmity 174 Main Street Gloucester It’s GRAY’S for PHOTO NEEDS Good Luck Seniors! GEORGE and JOHN KYROUZ NICHOLS Candy and Luncheonette 118 Main Street Compliments of ROLAND’S MARKET Caesar Roland, Mgr. Compliments of CAMERON’S CAFE LOUIS PASCUCCI SONS Over 33 years at 33 Main Street Over M million pairs of shoes rebuilt by us Compliments of GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES Compliments of POST 1634 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS 3$ THE WILLIAM G. BROWN COMPANY £§» CAPE ANN ' S SHOPPING CENTER SINCE I88S Compliments of SHEPHERD’S MARKET, INC Owned and Operated by the William G. Brown Co. Compliments of CONSOLIDATED LOBSTER CO., INC. World ' s Largest Distributors of Lobsters Boston Gloucester Compliments of DR. RALPH E. CUNNINGHAM Compliments of THE S. R. HARVEY CO. Coal — Bottled Gas — Oil Compliments of D. F. HARRIS SONS, INC. Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of BURKE’ S EXPRESS 21 Pearl Street Compliments of ARTHUR FISHMAN Plumbing and Heating 328 Main Street Compliments of THE ARMY and NAVY STORE Compliments of TIM’S MARKET 106 Centennial Avenue C. F. CAMERON Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Work 284 Main Street, Gloucester Compliments of ROY REED HENRY the HATTER Creators of Distinctive Styles Wholesale Custom Made Retail 121 Munroe Street, Lynn LYnn 2-9621 93 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of the BURGESS FUNERAL HOME GEORGE N. MACKEY Director Compliments of CAPE ANN BOARD OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS Babson El well Davis, Inc. Gus Cheka res Cunningham Kerr Elwell Insurance Agency Salvatore J. Favazza Eliot W. Lovett G. Everett Mahoney, Inc. Frank V. Oliver Presson Insurance Agency Bob Smith Carroll K. Steele John A. Johnson, Inc. William J. Thanos Compliments of GLOUCESTER NATIONAL BANK OF GLOUCESTER Best Wishes to Senior C lass Elise Cutler, Florist 4-0 Center Street Telephone 3147 Compliments of I)R. EARLE R. ANDREWS and DR. N. ABBOTT HOOPER North Shore Automotive Co. AUTHORIZED UNITED MOTORS SERVICE STATION Sales and Service, Specialists in Carburetion, Ignition and Radio Generators, Starting Motors and Heaters Repaired Auto Radios Repaired and Installed Telephone 922- W Prompt Service 295 Main Street Gloucester Let CHISHOLM Print It! HALL’S 28 Hancock Street RCA Victor Television Com pliments of THE CLASS OF ’21 Com pliments of T. COONEY CO. Com pliments of PARKHURST MARINE RAILWAY CO. Compliments of GEORGE’S MARKET Telephone 111 Compliments of PERRY’S GROCERY ANDREWS FRUIT CO. Soda Fountain — Luncheonette Sealtest Ice Cream 76 Prospect Street Telephone Compliments of FRIEND STREET MARKET Compliments of Welch’s Atlantic Service Station Compliments of FAVORITE CORSET SHOP VICTORY BEAUTY SALON Complete lieu lit Service SPECIALIZING IN COLD WANES Compliments of THE SNACK SHOPPE Telephone 3500 Lanesville 115 Main Street Gloucester Frederick It. Saari, Prop. LINOLEUM LINOTILE RUBBER TILE ASPHALT TILE “Free Estimates — Experienced Men CARL and GLOVER Telephone Gloucester 3040 401 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Com pliments of the Com pliments of RAILROAD AVENUE MARKET MARTY’S CLOVER FARM STORE The place mother gets that good food to keep you in the pink of condition. Tel. 2417 ( ' om pliments Studebaker Sales Service of C. ELLIO I CARR Phone 2300 WILLIAM H. MOODY 34 Railroad Ave. Gloucester Whitehead Buick, Inc. Com pliments of ROBERT C. DIETZ Furniture Mover ( ' om pliments of 285 Main Street A FRIEND Compliments of ARCHIE’S RESTAURANT Magnolia, Mass. Compliments of WOODRUFF’S SERVICE STATION Compliments of DR. BERNARD S. COHEN Dine (it the BUSY BEE RESTAURANT Established 1916 Steaks Chops Seafoods 84-88 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of ANNISQUAM NATION WIDE STORE Albert Veator, Prop. JOHN F. HOWARD CO. Electrical Contractors — Electrical Supplies General Electric Air Conditioning Products S. J. Deering Telephone 1262 19 Main Street Gloucester LOU’S CLEANERS Cleansing and Pressing 55 Prospect Street Telephone 4312 Com pliments of Compliments of NORTON’S 143 Main Street A FRIEND CHARLES H. SWIFT Jeweler 48 Main Street Gloucester Compliments of CHARLES R. PRATT MASON and CONTRACTOR P. N. Hodgkins Co. Oldsmobile and Chevrolet Sales and Service 50 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester Phones: 4600-4601 18 Railroad Avenue Rockport Phones: Rockport 811 Gloucester Extension Good Luck! Seniors Compliments of from GLOUCESTER NEWS AGENCY THE NATIONAL BUTCHERS CO. Win. M. Francis, Prop. Compliments of SHIP AHOY ( ' orn pi i merits of RESTAURANT CUNNINGHAM PAINT CO. Telephone Essex 818 METROPOLITAN Com pliments of EXEMPLA CLUB OF THE Y.M.C.A. FINE FURNITURE Gloucester ' s M ost Modern Store GLOUCESTER - SALEM - LYNN Compliments Compliments of of DR. BRODER BOULEVARD SWEETSHOP Com pliments of Compliments of DeMARCO’S GLOUCESTER ICE Cleansers and Dyers AND COLD STORAGE CO. 103 Washington Street E. H. BICKFORD INC. Com pliments Wholesale Fruit and Produce °f 20 Maplewood Avenue Telephones 416 4323 W. J. CALLAHAN, M.D. Compliments of Compliments of of GLOUCESTER CHILDREN’S SHOP KYROUZ’S SHOE REPAIRING 138 Main Street Telephone 3990 Congrats to you, “Guys and Dolls” of “51” ... May your years be the longest . . . your happiness strictly the tops. The Gloucester Ccuu Lumber Co. J lTttXW WVWM tEf ea bb pjaaeBB 1 The Build mg Cemter S " DUNC Ct00C«5T| A Compliments of GLOUCESTER SAFE DEPOSIT TRUST CO. Compliments of Compliments of NATIONAL HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY SALEM - GLOUCESTER - BEVERLY TED’S CYCLE SHOP Telephone 4750 •-27 1 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliment of LePAGE’S INC. L. E. SMITH PLUMBING and HEATING CO. Plumbing, Heating and Sheet Metal Work Sliij) Chandlery, Marine Hardware, Paints Cor. ROGERS and WATERS STS. CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK Compliments A Nice Bank in a Nice City of Life Insurance ST. PETER’S CLUB NORTH SHORE FURNITURE CO. Compliments of Linoleum — Tile — Carpet Installations — Upholstering STOWELL’S DRY CLEANERS 161 Main Street Phone 94 Rockport Compliments Com pi i merits of GOLDMAN’S DEPT. STORE MADRUGA’S TAXI and CITY CAB 673 Phones 27 E. A. GREEL, INC. Cleansers and Launderers Dependable Watches Hamilton — Girard Perregaux Croton — Morado Telephone 2272 BLANCHARD — JEWELER Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society Coin pli merits of Atlantic Fishermen’s Union WILLIAM F. GILLISS TALLY’S AUTO SALES Kaiser Frazer Carpenter — Builder — Roofer Telephone Magnolia 1+87 Our Aim Is To Satisfy You Fast 24-Hour Wrecker Service Phone 773 or 549 — Good Used Cars Hesperus Avenue Magnolia, Mass Always Reliable 2 Washington Street Gloucester McCarthy contracting go. NORTH SHORE SPORTSWEAR General Contractor Manufacturer of Magnolia, Mass. Women’s and Children’s Jf ear ( 1 ompliments Compliment s of ( J Hi - Y CLUB QUARTERETTE CLUB Best Wishes Com pliments of L. B. NAUSS SONS, INC. . . . Lumber . . . Everything to Build Anything from 205 MAIN STREET Telephone 1300 GLOUCESTER EMPIRE 169-171 Main Street Compliments of A Store for Youth Easi Gloucester Pharmacy Apparel and Accessories for Misses Clothing and Furnishings for Men Where Quality and Value Go Hand in Hand Compliments of Morendo Son Taxi Phone S ' iOO HUDDER-PARSONS, INC. PHARMACISTS B est W ish es fro m Corner Prospect Street and Railroad Avenue Telephone 149 E. R. MOORE COMPANY Caps and Gowns Compliments of 932 Dakin Street Chicago 13, Illinois LANE’S GARAGE Annisquam, Alass. Makers of Choir Gowns and Girls’ Gym Suits Com pliments Compliments of of the ART JEWELERS CAPT. LESTER S. WASS POST No. 3 117 Main St., Gloucester AMERICAN LEGION Best of Luck to the CLASS OF “51” Y. M. C. A. from the EXEMPLAETTE CLUB Gloucester ' s Youth Center HENDERSON JOHNSON, INC. M anufacturers of Marine, Industrial and Home Paints 121 Duncan Street Telephone 1416 Compliments of Com pliments ARMSTRONG SHOE COMPANY of Established 1H93 1950 FLICKER Gloucester Geo Food Workers ' Union Series 1572, Local 1 Affiliated with: INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN’S ASSOCIATION AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR MASSACHUSETTS STATE FEDERATION OF LABOR GLOUCESTER CENTRAL LABOR UNION 305 MAIN STREET Telephones, Gloucester ‘■ill and 3316 GLOUCESTER Congratulations to the SENIOR CLASS Compliments of Applications are now being accepted for the Class of 1951 at the GLOUCESTER COOPERATIVE BANK B EM HOSPITAL 85 Middle Street Gloucester, Mass. $ CHOOL of nUASIOG Shares Now on Sale Compliments of G. H. S. ACTIVITIES Beacon Benjamin Franklin Club Dramatis Personae French Club Girls’ Club High School Cafeteria Honor Business Club National Honor Society Spanish Club Student Council ibtinxdiae Pnintuuj, . . Printers of The Flicker WA II KEN PRESS Mill WARREN STREET ROSTOV. .MASSACHUSETTS


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