Gloucester High School - Flicker Yearbook (Gloucester, MA)

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THE FLICKER 1954 PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS GLOUCESTER HIGH SCHOOL GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS SAWYER FREE LIBRARY GLOUCESTER, MA 01030 s 1(S " She’s aye, aye sae blythe, sae gay, She’s aye so blythe and cheerie; She’s aye sae bonnie, blythe and gay, O gin I were her dearie!” Many years ago, Robert Burns wrote these lovely lines to a sweet and gracious High- land lady. Now, we the class of 1954, dedicate our effort, though its memory be more fleeting, to one whose charm and graciousness rival that of the Scottish lassie of long ago. To Rachel H. Pressey, " so blythe and cherrie”, the Flicker of 1954 is sincerely and affec- tionately dedicated. 2 TO THE CLASS OF 1954 A job half done is a waste of time, and a lesson half learned is a wanton shame. Graduation is not a period, but a comma. Many of you will not again enter a for- mal classroom, but all of you will continue your education. Education is, in a way, a series of experiences which result in change, and so it is a process which continues from, and is based upon, the solid foundation you have built in your twelve years of school, so that it will be true and square rather than fumbling. Build upon what you know to be sound, and you will build well. May we who have worked with you for four years congratulate you upon your past accomplishments, and welcome you to the new opportunities your graduation will re- veal. If we can help you further, we will feel it a privilege. Good luck in all that you undertake. Arthur N. Smith, Principal Congratulations and best wishes to the members of the Class of 1954. I trust that the years you have spent at Gloucester High School have been happy as well as profitable years for you. Your school will be keenly interested in watching your progress after you leave us. Make us proud of you. Sincerely, J. Stanley Thompson Vice-Principal FACULTY First row: Beatrice H. Christopher- son, Frances H. McGrew, Ethel E. Mills, Grace E. McGinley, M. Evelyn Oliver. Second row: Dorothy A. Lon- dergon, Frederick A. Ferry, Andrew P Dupras, Winslow S. Parkhurst, Anne Gorman. Third row: Matthew W. Cooney, Jr., J. Vincent Elmer, Gerald K. Lever. Also: Hortense L. Harris, Norman C. Ross, Alfred J. Chisholm. First row: Marjorie H. Gale, Helen W. Morton, Mildred E. Frostholm, Rachel H. Pressey, Gladys B. Tarr. Second row: William F. Greely, Rob- ert W. Card, Lenox C. Stevens, Leon C. Sptague, Jr., William A. Robin- son. Third row: Lawrence B. Steed- man, Jr., John C. Carter, Robert E. Malone, Paul A. Nickas. Also: Mar- garet C. Tufts, M. Evelyn Curtis. 4 First row: Charlotte Taylor, Doris M. Burnham, Rosalynde Hammons, Edna J. Rundquist, M. Jeanette Nugent. Second row: Gloria A. Wil- liamson, Howard A. Curtis, Stuart K. Whipple, Alfred U. Hagstrom, D. Jean Brigham. Third row: Irving Robbins, Roy C. Moore, Jr., Vernon C. Hooper, Benjamin H. Frazier. Also: Mary S. Burke, Aarne A. Fri- gard, Eleanor F. Moore, Claudia Perry, Fred H. Twomey. Catherine T. McEachern, Jocelyn V. Frost, Olive G. Hodgkins. Also: Mrs. June L. DeWolf. First row: John W. Tivnan, Ray- mond C. White, Harold B. Geary, Director; Harvel R. Vail, Kenneth E. Stickney. Second row: Frederick T. Flattery, John F. Budrow, Law- rence B. Steedman, Jr., Gaspar J. Lewis, Jr., George Perry. 5 First row, left to right: Barbara E. Blick, Donald A. Quinn, Grace A. Marino, Bruce A. Whilton, Eunice M. Stanwood. Second row, left to right: Frances L. Dolloff, Manuel dePinho Jr., Hubert J. Adams, Arnold E. Westlund, David A. Whynott. EDITORIAL Editor Literary Photography Business Grace Marino Barbara Blick Bruce Whilton Donald Quinn CLASS ROLL: Hubert Adams, Chairman; Constance Boucher, Co-Chairman; Sylvia Barnard; Judith Bul- duc; Patricia Dean; Sheila Gove; Carol Moore; Bar- bara Smith; Lois Souza; Marilyn Thomas; Jane Wagner. SUPERLATIVES: Judith Bassett, Chairman; Bar- bara Blair; Carol Blanchard; Nancy Hietala; Diane Jackson; Lois Souza; Cynthia Williams. CALENDAR Arnold Westlund, Chairman; Con- stance Coleman; Dale Corliss; Mary Dolan; Michael Feldman; Cynthia Hannibal; Marilyn Harvey; Nancy Hietala; Diane Jackson; Anne Lodge; Elaine Malmi. SPORTS: John Kennedy, Chairman; Robert Foley; William Gale; Robert Greer; Lorraine LaDonna; Andre Thibodeau; Armand Thibodeau. PHOTOGRAPHY: Bruce Whilton, Chairman; Marion Arnold; Paul Courant; Charles Fields. TYPISTS: Janice Grant, Chairman; Elaine Arsenault; Joan Belanger; Phyllis Bertolino; Ursula Bodoni; Nancy Burnham; Janice Calder; Janet Clark; Joseph- ine Curcuru; Janet DeCoste; Jennie Favazza; Julianne Ford; June Gibbs; Lucy Martin; Barbara Murray; Rosemarie Scola; Anne Tarantino; Cynthia Williams. PHOPHECY: David Whynott, Chairman; Gail Gran- dy; Betty Head; Lorna Purdy. ADVERTISING: Eunice Stanwood, Chairman; Joan Christenson; Eleanor McLeod; Ruth McLeod; Cyn- thia Williams. ROTC: Manuel dePinho. BAND: Robert Brayman. ART: Frances Dolloff, Chairman; Frances Forsberg. ADVISORS: Miss Edna J. Rundquist; Mr. Irving Robbins. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS CHARLES L. FIELDS " Catzo " Characteristic Interests: Polly; sports; ' Gangah”; Harrison Avenue, Boston. Activities: Class President 4; ROTC Sgt. 3; Officer 4; Flicker Staff; Student Council 4; Boys’ State 3; Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Tri-Capt. 4; 51-53 Club; Good Government Day 3; Ath- letic Assistant 3, 4; Football Follies 3, 4; ROTC Basketball, Volleyball. Ambition: College; to be a success and anchor one of the " ex-crazy crew. " WILLIAM F. GALE " Wilbur, Bill” Characteristic Interests: The ' " Gangah " ' ; Malone’s Grass Drills. Activities: Class Vice-President 4; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC Cpl. 2; Prize- Squad 3, 4; Haskell Drill 3, 4; In- dividual Drill 4; Student Council 2; Good Gov ' t Day; 51-53 Club; Flicker Sports Committee; ROTC Basketball, Volleyball. Ambition: Keep the ' " Gangah " ' laugh- ingah. NANCY J. HIETALA " Nunc” Characteristic Interests: That Hockey Captain; " The Gull " and Those Early Morning Swims; " THE GANGA " . Activities: Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Honor Society, Treasurer 4; Latin Club 3; French Club 3, Pres- ident 4; Chess Club, Treasurer 2; Flicker Staff; Latin Book Prize 3; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark and to become a successful medical secre- tary. ELIZABETH A. HEAD " Bet " , " Betty Ann” Characteristic Interests: Sailing; See you in Tahiti Sal; Very Good! Activities: Treasurer, Senior Class; Serv- ice Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 3, President 4; Orchestra 1-4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, President 4; Sailing Club 2, 3, 4; Stamp Club 4; Flicker Staff 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3; Student Council 2; Basketball; Bad- minton. Ambition: To be a success in the teach- ing field or Professional Girl Scout work. To sail on the Yankee in 19(31, to far away places. 8 DEBORAH K. ABDOU “Faux Pas” Characteristic Interests: Sandy Bay Yacht Club; 4th of July Par- ades. Activities: Sailing Club 4; (Sau- gus High School: Music Ap- preciation 3; Ring Committee 3; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3). Ambition: To be last in Alpha- betical order. HUBERT J. ADAMS " Hubie” Characteristic Interests: Sports; The Gangah. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, Ptesident 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Junior Ro- tarian 4; Football Follies 2, 3; 51-2-3 Club. Ambition: To make my parents proud of me. VALERIA MAY ABDOU Val " , " Vera Vague " Characteristic Interests: " Spin- drift; " les jeunes filles. Activities: French Club 4; Sailing Club 4; (Saugus High School: Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Music Ap- preciation 3; Band 1, 2; Girls ' Orchestra 2; Marshal Squad 3). Ambition: To see the world back- wards. JEAN E. ABRAHAMSEN Characteristic Interests: " The Gull " ; Those Early Morning Swims; THE GANGA. Activities: Basketball 1; Badmin- ton 1; Volleyball I; Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Sgt. 4. Ambition: Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark. JOAN E. ABRAHAMSEN Characteristic Interests: " The Gull " ; Those Early Morning Swins; THE GANGA. Activities: Basketball 1; Badmin- ton 1; Volleyball 1; Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Sgt. 4. Ambition: Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark. HELEN A. AIKEN " Frenchie” Characteristic Interests: " Those Three " ; N. H. Hotrod; That crazy mixed up blue Ford. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Spelling Bee Medal. Ambition: To make my mom and dad proud of me; to see " Those Three " graduate and stay to- gether always. RICHARD J. ALEXANDER Characteristic Interests: History. Activities: Spanish Club 4; ROTC Corporal 3; Sawyer Medal 1. Ambition: To further my knowl- edge in the historical field. NORMA L. ALLEN " Norm” Characteristic Interest: Why Ja- pan ????? K. L. Activities : Ambition: Army nurse; also to make my mother and father proud of me. ELAINE L. ARSENAULT Characteristic Interests: R D M ; The Beachcombers, Knit Wits; The Third Table; Giving Speeches. Activities Honor Business Club 3, 4. Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Flicker Typist 4; Flash Typist 4; Badminton I, 2; Junior O. O. T ; Junior O. G. A.; Serv- ice Club 3, 4; Typist Super- visor. Ambition To have my life long ambition fulfilled so Norma can have her hands full; to sat- isfy Ursula. MARY E. AZEVEDO " Toots” Characteristic Interests: Knit Wits; Spectator Sports; Third Table; and Skating. Activities Honor Business Club 4; O. C. A. Junior 3; Teachers’ Secretary 3, 4; Junior O A T 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 60- Word Shorthand 4 Ambition To be a secretary to a man who doesn’t fix radios or television sets. SHIRLEY E. BANFIELD " Shiek " Characteristic Interests: Bonae Puellae!; Bazumas!; Very Good! Activities Service Club 1; Sailing Club 2, 3; Art Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Camera Club 4; Girls Club 1. Ambition: To get my R.N. and become a R. Q. M Always play the hunch SYLVIA J. BARNARD " Syl- CIHaracteristic Interests: A. T.; The Other One; Saturday nights; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Spanish Club 3, Pres- ident 4; French Club 3, 4; Flicker; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To go shark-hunting in the teeming waters of Sandy Bay with Fran and Helen. CAROLIE ANDERSON Characteristic Interests ' R B. ' " D J. S. " " Nous Douze " Activities Secretary i; Basketball 1; Girls’ Club: " Jr. O. A. T. 111 . Ambition To go to California with the kids; then come back and settle down. GEORGE ANDERSON " Andy " Characteristic Interests: Music, Sports, Dancing. Activities Band: 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- chestr a 2, 3, 4; ROTC Corp. 2. Ambition To be a success it ' bookeeping or whatever I try. JOHN L. ANDERSON " Andy " Characteristic Interests: Hunting; Hockey, Football. Activities ROTC Prize Squad 2; Cpl. 2; Sgt. 3; Officer 4. Ambition: To be a success in the construction field. MARION S. ARNOLD Characteristic Interests: " M. J. H”; " We Four " ; Danc- ing; Music. Activities Girls ' Basketball 1. 2, 3; Gym Demonstration 2; Latin Club 3; French Club 3; Vice- President 4; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition I hope someday to travel, to be happy always, and to be a success in life. BEVERLY A. BARUSSO " Bunny " Characteristic Interests: Para- trooper; Poor Petitesuee; Rr-ich!; Room 108, E Block. Activities Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Lt. 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2; Cimera Club 2, 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To make the trip in the Yankee. JUDITH L. BASSETT " Judy” Characteristic Interests: " Opera- tion S. D " Our Escapades " . Activities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Service Club 1,4; H. R. Representative 3, 4; Flicker Staff; A. A. Collector 1, 2, 3; Badminton 1, 2; Softball 1 , 2 . Ambition: To live, laugh, love and loaf; then marry a retired millionaire. JOANNE G. BATSON " Jo- Characteristic Interests: Rainbow; J. N.; Peter ' s; Rocky Neck. Activities: 100th Year Pageant 1; Sailing Club 1, 2; Competent Typist Award 2; Flicker Staff. Ambition: To attend Westbrook Jr. College and eventually be- come a Kindergarten Teacher. DONALD P. BELANGER " Bells”, " Belly " Characteristic Interests: R. Scola, 2356; Machine Shop Seniors. Activities: Football 1; Basketball 4; Prize Squad 2, 3, 4; Indi- vidual 3, 4; Honor Platoon 3- Ambition: To join the Navy with Butch, Hickey and Red. To keep out of trouble. JOANNE M. BELANGER " Jo- Characteristic Interests: Travel; Concord; Records; Eddie Fisher; Beachcombers. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club. Ambition: To become a big suc- cess in the business world and to travel. PHYLLIS T. BERTOLINO " Phyll " Characteristic Interests: " 53 Che- vie”. Activities: Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To succeed in every- thing I attempt and to make everybody happy. BARBARA J. BLAIR Characteristic Interests: " Opera- tion S. D. !!!”; Our Escapades; Ipswich. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Flicker Staff; A. A. Collector 3, 4; Service Club 1, 4; Intramural Sports 1 ' 2 ; Ambition: To keep j Marr " hap- py. To show a ctertain someone I ' m not a crazy mixed-up kid. RICHARD A. BEGG " Duke” Characteristic Interests: 36 Ford; Baseball; Hockey; Golf. Activities: ROTC Basketball. Ambition : To get a good job and be able to retire at the age of fifty. CONSTANCE F. BOUCHER " Connie ' ' Characteristic Interests Ronnie!; Our Saturday night dates with Mary and Sam. Dancing; " We Four " ; Jan ' s problem? Activities: French Club 1, 2; Girl ' s Drill Team 2, 3, Sgt. 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 3,4; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition: To make Mom and Dad proud of me and to live, love, laugh, and be happy with my honey! MARY E. BRAZIER Characteristic Interests: G. G.; a certain someone; dancing; bowling; driving. Activities: Fashion show; Teach- er ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To go to California with Catherine or to join the United States Women ' s Army Corp. DIANE R. BRENNAN " Dinah,” " Gillette Characteristic Interests: Those three; that New Hampshire hotrod; the blue Ford. Activities: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Catering Club 2; National Thespian Society 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Girl s Club. Ambition: To beat Dad at cook- ing and to outsmart him just once. To see those three grad- uate. ROBERT E. BRAYMATi ' ' Barrip " , " BoJj " , " Be Bop " i Characteristic Interests: (C.i ; The Starlighters, Music; Moon- light Serenade; " Omne vitpe noctoi egeverant. " ' » Activities: Tfack 1-3; Football 1; Flicker Staff; jland 1-3; Drum Major ' 4; Trize Drill 2; Haikell Drjll 3; ROTC Cpl. 2; SFC Officer 4. Ambition: To see Paul hit that high C. CAROL A BLANCHARD " Care " , " Blanche” Characteristic Interests: J. E. S.; J. Those Sunday Afternoons!; D T W. s; 993-011. Activities Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; H. R. Dues Collector 2, 3, 4; Service Club 4; Art Club 4; Flicker Staff, Superlatives 4. Ambition To teach Di to spell SIDLOWSKI ! ! ! NAGITON MAOLE ! !. Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark. ROBERT E. BLATCHFORD " Bob " , " Blatch 1 ' Characteristic Interests: L. L.; West Gloucester; Sports; Grass Drills. Activities Football 2, 4; Basket- ball 1, 4; 51-2-3 Club; Foot- ball Follies 2, 4; Individual Drill 3; Prize Squad 2; Com- mander 3; Haskell Drill 3; Sabre Drill 4; Platoon Sgt. 3; Master Sgt. 3; Major 4; Junior Rotarian. Ambition To get an education and become a successful den- tist. To find a pair of dirt re- sistant white bucks. BARBARA E. BLICK " Barb " , " Admiral” Characteristic Interests: U. S. Navy; Dew Drop Inn Club; " Perfume " ; Pajama Parties. Activities: National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Beacon, Junior Edi- tor 3; Co-Editor 4; Literary Editor, Flicker; Glee Club 2-4; Girls ' Rifle Team 3; Latin II Book Prize 2; Service Club 1-4. Ambition: College. United States Ambassador to Russia. URSULA R. BODONI " Bodon " Characteristic Interests: Knitting; Bowling; Swimming; Beach- combers. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 2, 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4; Service Club 1. 4; Flash 4; Flicker Staff. Ambition: To get my driver’s license and show Mr. Vail 1 can do it. GILBERT M. BROWN, Jr. " Gil” Characteristic Interests: Trains; Locomotives; Music; The Mod- ernaires. Activities: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Regimental Bugler 3, 4; ROTC Cpl. 3, 4. Ambition: To play like Ray Anthony. ROGER W. BROWN Characteristic Interests: Activities : Ambition: To be a tree surgeon. JUDITH A. BULDUC Characteristic Interests: ' ' The Ring, " " Kogg Knach, " and " The Big Family.” Activities: Glee Club 2-4; Dues Collector 2, 4; Beacon Collec- tor 1; Library Assistant 2; Basketball 1; Beacon 4; Flicker Staff; Sophomore Dance Com- mittee; Art Club 4; Girls ' Club 1-4. Ambition: To attend all CYO conventions. To be half as good as my brother was and to please the family. GERTRUDE M. BURGESS " Trudy,” " Sleepy” Characteristic Interests: Sports. Activities: Service Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To work and to go in the Air Force. DOROTHY E. BURKE " Dot, " " Dotty” Characteristic Interests: J. Mc- Master ' s Disc Jockey Program, Badminton, Baseball and Swimming. Activties: Ambition: Airline Hostess. To own a blue convertible and to drive to Walnut Creek, Cali- fornia. CATHERINE A. BURKE " Suzie " Characteristic Interests: A certain someone, ask Dottie and Trudy. Activities : Ambition: To be successful in whatever I attempt to do. JEAN F. BURKE " Jeannie” Characteristic Interests: Hawaii. Activities: Student Secretary 3, 4; Girls ' Club 3. Ambition: To go into the service. RICHARD L. BURKE " Richie, " " Dick " Characteristic Interests: The Gan- gah; Sports; and West Glou- cester. Activities: ROTC; Individual Drill 3; Prize Squad 3; Pla- toon Sgt. 3; Sabre Drill 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Capt. 4; Basketball 1; Golf 3, 4. Ambition: To keep the gangah and someone laughing. To be a successful businessman when I get out of college. CAROL A. BURNHAM " Flub " Characteristic Interests: A certain little Marine. Popular Music; Dancing; traveling. Activities Spelling Award; Sail- ing Club 2; Intramural Sports; Girls Club; Teacher ' s Secre- tary 4; " Our Town " 4; Thes- pian Society 4. Ambition To find that certain someone and to live, love, laugh, and be happy. DOUGLAS C CAMPBFLL " Doug Smith, " The Beak " Characteristic Interests: The gang, Activities : Ambition To see Jimmy C. broke. NANCY M. BURNHAM " Nan " Characteristic Interests: " Bell Bottom Trousers; " Dances; Popular Music; WORL Activities Library Assistant 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Intramural Sports 1, 2, Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Flick- er Staff 4; Girls ' Club 1-4; Junior O.G.A. Ambition To be successful in in everything I attempt and to make R B. happy for the rest of his life. JANICE L. CALDER " Jan, " " Jay” Characteristic Interests: Nicabee; 125 Park Drive; WORL; Dancing. Activities: 100 Year Pageant 1; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Service Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 5, 4; Honor Business Club 3, 4; 60 Word Typing Award 3; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition: The best things in life are earned ARNOLD P. CARRICO " Arnie " Characteristic Interests: Sports; Nick ' s Academy; M, S. Ill; Soccer. Activities Basketball 3, 4; Rifle Team 2; N. R A.; ROTC Basketball; Intramural Sports. Ambition To be successful in life and to keep the " Gangah Laughingah. " CHARLES E. CARROLL " Ted " Characteristic Interests: Cadillac; Music; Nick ' s. Activities: Band 1-4; Prize Squad 3, 4. Ambition: Admiral in Navy. ROSALIND K. CALDER " Rozzie” Characteristic Interests: Music; Singing; Food; The Gang. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To do something in the field of music. To be half as nice as my parents. JOHN A. CARTER " Jack " Characteristic Interests: Judy C.; Diagraming Football plays. Activities: Football Club 4; " 51- 2-3 " Club; Football 1, 4; Benjamin Franklin Club 3, President 4; Sergeant 4. Ambition: To be a printer and to marry that certain cheer- leader. 14 JOAN V. CHRISTENSON " Putt Putt” Characteristic Interests: Little Boy Blue; The Wizza. Activities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 3, Corporal 4; Chess Club; Flash Staff 4; Flicker Staff 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To go around the world with the U. S. Mint and then come back to be a floor walker in a telephone booth. JAMES CAVANAUGH " Jim, " " Drac " Characteristic Interests: Nick ' s Pool Room; Girls; The Gang; Ask the Gang! Activities: Baseball 1; Basketball 1 , 2 . Ambition: To see Pee Wee get married and have midgets. BEVERLY D. CHAMBERS " Bev " Characteristic Interests: Football; INDIANS; ask Ja Ja. Activities: Basketball 2; Teach- er ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To become a success- ful laboratory technician. To be as wonderful to my chil- dren as my mother has been to me. WILLIAM F. CHEVERIE " Chev.” Characteristic Interests: Wine, Women, and Song. Activities: ROTC Prize Squad 4; Individual Drill 4; Honor Pla- toon 4; Football 1. Ambition: To go around the ro- tary 4 times at 70 miles an hour. BARBARA A. CLARK " Barb " Characteristic Interests " The RING; " H. B.!; New cars and cute junior boys. Activities Glee Club 3, 4; Art Club 2, 4; Home-room Repre- sentative 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 2; Beacon Collector 3; Intramural Sports 1 , 2 . Ambition To reach New York in ' 54; receive my R.N.; and to find the right key to the church — Amen. JANET E. CLARK " Jan, " " Casey” Characteristic Interests: Tom; " Nous Douze, " ; " Bun- Bun;” The D. J. ' s. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Flash Typist 4; Flicker Typist 4; Tutoring 3; Intramural Sports 1; Assistant Secretary 3; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To win an argument with T. M. — just once!!! To go to California with the kids. BENJAMIN J. CHIANCIOLA " Johnny” Characteristic Interests: Music; Automobiles; M. P. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Ben- jamin Franklin Club 3, 4; Rifle Team 2; ROTC Corporal 3, 4. Ambition: Play in a big name dance orchestra and own a Cadillac convertible. JOSEPH CIARAMITARO, III " Joe, " " Hornet " Characteristic Interests; Music; The Whizzes; to beat J. N. in a drag race. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To make my first mil- lion at 21 and settle down the for rest of my life. CONSTANCE COLEMAN ( onnie " " C.C.C. " Charac ' eristic Interests: " LEE; " That Manchester Gann; P F. — Essex South. Activities 100th centennial 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Teach- er ' s Secretary 3, 4; Spanish Club 3; Beacon Advertising 3; Flicker 4; Thespian Society. Ambition To serve God through man and man through God. To be as good to my children as my parents have been to me. AURORA CORKUM " Vivy " Characteristic Interests Maple- wood Avenue Gang; Music; Sports; Travel. Activities Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4; Flicker Staff 4; Latin Club 4. Ambition Nurse; to repay my parents for what they have done for me. MARJORIE CORLISS " Marge,” " Margie " Characteristic Interests: " Perfume " Dew Drop Inn Club; Shrewsbury; and Dart- mouth. Activities: National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Student Council 4; Girls ' State 3; Flash Reporter 1, 2, 3; News Editor 4; Photo- graphy Editor of Beacon 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Literary Committee of Flicker 4; Ser- vice Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 2, 3. Ambition To attend Mount Holyoke College; to succeed in whatever field I attempt. THOMAS CORLISS " Tom " Characteristic Interests: Joanne and to go out with the boys. Activities: Benjamin Franklin Club 2 , 3- Ambition: Join the Navy and be a printer. DOROTHY COBERTH " Slip’s Characteristic Interests: My Home. Activities : Ambition: To marry next sum- mer. SPIRO COCOTAS " Steve " " Coke " Characteristic Interests: Fancy night spots; a certain girl in Essex. Activities Individual Drill 1. Ambition To be a success in everyrhing I undertake. " Dick- Characteristic Interests: The Gan- gah! Sports; M S. 3; Boston Bruins, N. H. L Activities Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 1. 2, National Thes- pian Society; Camera Club 3, 4; 100 Year Pageant; Baseball 3; Hockey 4; Intramural Sports. Flicker Staff; A. A. Collector 1, 2. Ambition To keep the Gangah laughing. To be as good a par- ent as Mom and Dad have been to me. RICHARD CLAYTON CHARLES COGNATO " Skip " Characteristic Interests: Joan; The Lanesville gang and the paint shop. Activities: Benjamin Franklin Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3; Secretary 4; ROTC Prize Squad 4; Cpl. 2; ROTC Volley Ball 2 . Ambition: To drive a Mack diesel. FREDERICK CUNNINGHAM " Fred " haracteristic Interests: " Bet, " The Plymouth, Nick ' s. 1, 2, 3, Team 2. Ambition: To be a successful engineer. jyj i lie riyiiiouni, in ilk v i; n Activities : Track Team 4; Football 1; Rifle JOSEPHINE CURCURU " Jo, " " Josie " Characteristic Interests: Music; Our crowd and the Knitwits. Activities: Sailing Club 2; Art Club; Secretary 4; Girls’ Club; Flicker Typist 4. Ambition: To succeed in all 1 attempt and to always be happy. CATHERINE A. CUSUMANO " Cathy " Characteristic Interests: " Al;” Professional Dancing; Swim- ming; Cooking. Activities: Fashion Show 3; Girls ' Club. Ambition: To make A. D. A. a proud and happy husband and to have that home we plan for. DAVID H. DARCY " Dave " Characteristic Interests: Music; Drawing and Lettering. Activities: French Club 4; Base- ball 4; Track 4. Ambition: To play a guitar like Les Paul. " Coxie " " Uck” Characteristic Interests: Sports; N. H. L.; Popular Music; Dancing; " The Gangah.” Activities: Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3; Football 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; ROTC Individ- ual Drill 1st place winner; Batallion Staff 4; Prize Squad 3, 4; German Club 4; A. A. Collector 1; 51, 52, 53 Club. Ambition: To get a word in edge- wise while talking to Dick Santos. WILLIAM DALE CORLISS " Dale " Characteristic Interests: Sports G.M.G.; Dancing; " The Olds. ' Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4 German Club 3; Prize Squad 3: ROTC Sports; ROTC Cpl. 3; Sergeant 4; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition: To receive a B.A. de- gree at Norwich and succeed in the future. " Slider " Characteristic Interests: Sports, Dancing, Trombone, " C3 " The Starlighters. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Bachelor Trophy Winner 2, 3, 4; ROTC Sgt. 3; Officer 4; Chess Club 4. Ambition: To hit a C above high C! DAVID B. COX " Sue, " " Thuzie” Characteristic Interests: Nous Douze; Phillips Academy; B block Gym Class. Activities: Art Club 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2. Ambition: New York or bust, Art School; To join the R.A.A. PAUL COURANT SUSAN CROUCH WILLIAM L DAVIS Bill- Characteristic Interests Rifle Team. Aviation: Swimming. Activities Stevens Reviewers 3, 4; Rifle Team 3. 4. ROTC Pit. Sgt. 4; Honor Pit. 3; Prize Squad 3; Stamp Club 3; " Our Town ' 4; " A Child is Born " 3; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Indi- vidual Drill. Ambition To go to college and become a civil or mechanical engineer. PATRICIA DEAN " Pat, " " Patty " Characteristic Interests: Medicine, Music, Travel, and " Perfume.” Activities Girls ' Basketball 1; Flash 2; Sailing Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4; Service Club 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Flicker, Class Roll 4; Student Council 3, Sec. 4; Beacon 3, 4; Girls ' Club 4; 100th Year Pag- eant 1; Library Assistant 4. Ambition To be successful in a medical profession. To be as good to my children as my par- ents have been to me. JANICE DECKER " Jan, " " Deck " Characteristic Interests: Art, Mus- ic, Science, Journalism. Activities National Honor Socie- ty 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Librar- ian 4; Flash Staff 2, 3, Editor 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Span- ish Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 3; Centennial Pag- eant 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Sci- ence Club 3, 4; Chess Club 3. Ambition: To succeed in any- thing I may attempt. CAROLE J. DeCOSTE Characteristic Interests: 1123151- 84; " The Ring, " Mahogany; a Cute Junior! Activities: Girls ' Club 2, 3; Dues Collector 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 3; French Club 3; Art Club 4. Ambition: To keep SLUGging; to reach New York in " 54; and to find the right key to the church — Amen. JANET DeCOSTE " Jan " ' Characteristic Interests: " Ronnie, " Salisbury Beach, Dancing. Activities Art Club 2; Girls ' Rifle Team 3; Teacher ' s Secre- tary 3, 4; Flicker Staff 4; Astronomers ' Club 1; Senior O.A.T. Ambition To succeed in the com- mercial world. To fly to Alaska to teach the penguins hockey. FRANCIS P DEGNAN " Frankie, " " Deggie, " " Snatch " Characteristic Interests: Money, the Gang, Big League Baseball Activities ROTC Volleyball 2, 3, 4; ROTC Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports; High School Centennial. Ambition To become a million- aire before 1975. Tramps; Pigalle; " Gently Activities Stage Crew 1, Vice- President 2, 3, President 4; Sci- ence Club 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; German Club 4; Flash 4; Flicker 4; Dramatics Club 3, 4; Ameri- can Field Service International Scholarship Winner 3. Ambition To be an Official Guide on Pigalle. To help " The Ring " get their License. FRANK C. DESTINO " Kid Destiny " Characteristic Interests: Football; Baseball; Instructing little kids to play sports. Activities: 52-53-54 Club; Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, Captain 4; Track 3, 4; Basket- ball 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; ROTC Lt. Ambition: To make the All Stars Football Team. To go on to baseball, and make my Mom and Pop proud of me. 18 MARY W. DOLAN Characteristic Interests: " Sam, ' ' " We Four, " " Those Saturday Night Dates with Con and Ron.” Activities: Latin Club 3; French Club 2, 3; Latin III Book Award; Cheerleader 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3; Class Dues Col- lectoi 2, 4; Beacon and Flicker Collector 1; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition: To be a medical Secre- tary and to be a success in life. FRANCES L. DOLLOFF " Fran " Characteristic Interests: Art, Mus- ic, Jane ' s Grendel. Activities: National Honor Soci- ety Librarian 4; Beacon Staff 4; Flicker Staff 4; Art Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Span- ish Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Sawyer Medal 2; Art Book Award 2; Spanish II Book Award 3. Ambition: To take Cassius to Spain and to make my way in the art field. WILLIAM F. DONOVAN " Flip, " " Bill " Characteristic Interests: Sports, Music, " The Gang. " Activities: ROTC Basketball 2, 3, 4; ROTC Volleyball; Home Room Representative 2. Ambition: To be a great success in the near future or to be a millionaire before I960!! ARTHUR R. DOROTHY " Art " Characteristic Interests: Raising tropical fish. Activities: Student Council 2; Benjamin Franklin Club. Ambition: To live and let live. FLORENCE A. DOUCETTE " Flossie " Characteristic Interests: Dario Galli ! ! , my 1939 Ford lim- ousine. Activities: Art Club 1, 2. Ambition: To make that certain someone very happy in the future and to be a success in whatever I do. AUDREY DUKETTE Characteristic Interests A.P.W., my Siamese twin in 111; Nanny; moving the tables in the li- brary into the bookcases. Activities: German Club 3; Art Club 4. Ambition: To dig the cellar of the ranch house; The blond, the brunette, and the red-head. STANLEY C. DYER " Steamer " Characteristic Interests: A little brown head about 5 ' 4 " who works in a restaurant. Ambition: To join the Navy and see the World. To race at In- dianapolis Speedway. GERARD A. ENOS " Jerry,” " Red " Characteristic Interests: Rod and reel, hunting, to work on cars. Activities: ROTC Honor Platoon; Prize Platoon. Ambition: To doctor cars intern- ally and externally and drive a perfect one. To be successful in the auto trade. JAMES R. ERWIN " Jimmy " Characteristic Interests: The Gangah! Pour petite souis; a certain sharp corner. Activities ROTC Sports, Flicker; Staff; Hockey 4; Football 2, 3. Ambition: To sail around the world. " To keep the Gangah Laughingah. " To keep out of the Army. HOWARD E. EVANS " Howie, " " Herman " Characteristic Interests The Whizzs; Nicks; The Tramps. Activities ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Service Club. Ambition: To make a million and retire before I am 23. • JENNIE D. FAVAZZA " Ja Ja " Characteristic Interests: Cheri Ami; Saturday night dancing; Them " Cats " ; Larry. Activities: Basketball 1; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4. Ambition: To be successful. Ask Julie? MICHAEL L FELDMAN " Mike” Characteristic Interests: Dancing, Skating; Outdoor Activities. Activities Basketball 1; Football 1, 2; ROTC Sgt. 3; Prize Squad; Individual Drill; Honor Platoon; Lieutenant 4. Ambition: To marry a rich wom- an and live off the fat of the land, also to be a successful carpenter. RICHARD E. FISHER " Minnow " , " Dick” Characteristic Interests: Indoor and Outdoor Activities; Danc- ing; Skating; Girls. Activities Individual Drill 2, 3; Prize Squad 2, 3; Haskell 2; Football I; Honor Platoon 3. Ambition To be a success in the auto trade. ROBERT T. FOLEY " Bob " Characteristic Interests: Hockey; Golf, Hunting; Fishing. Activities ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club; Golf Team 3, 4; Flicker Staff. Ambition: College; to be a suc- cess in life. GABRIELLE E. FELDMAN " Gaby " Characteristic Interests: H. L. M.; Winthrop House G-23; " Slaughter on Tenth Avenue " — ask Bobby! Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Dra- matic Club 3, 4; Girls’ Club 3, 4; Music and Arts Assembly 3; Girls’ Assembly 3. Ambition: To get that crimson banner, to become a profes- sional dancer, and to make my family proud of me. JULIANNE FORD Characteristic Interests: Joe " ; Cheri Ami; Saturday Night Dancers; Roller Skating. Activities: Homeroom represen- tative 1; Assistant Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Short- hand Award; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club. Ambition: To see Ja Ja trying hard to compete against good competition and to be happy with Joe. 20 V FRANCES A. FORSBERG " Fran " , " Fozzy " Characteristic Inte rests: " Nous douze, " D. J. ' s Les Jeunes Filles; Skiing; Hunting. Activities: Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 1, 4, Vice- President 3, President 4; Thes- pian Club 3; French Club 3, 4; Flash Reporter 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club I, 3. Ambition: To go shark hunting in the dangerous waters of Sandy Bay with Helen and Sylvia and to swim after the Yankee. JOSEPH P. FRONTIERO JR. " Hot Dough " Characteristic Interests: To be friendly with everyone, but not to have any particular friend. Activities : Ambition: To run my father ' s party boats, wharf, or factory, and to make a million dollars. LEONARD M. FRONTIERA " Slim” Characteristic Interests: Boogy Bear; U. S. A.; Jimmy ' s Pool- room. Activities: 51, 52, 53 Club; Foot- ball 3, 4. Ambition: To be a cattleman and check all the stock. SAMUEL P. GARRISI " Bootleg " Characteristic Interests: Sports; Dances; Girls. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 51. 52, 53 Club; Glee Club 2. 3, 4. Ambition: To become a mechanic and to be successful in later life. •Si r VITO P. GIACALONE Characteristic Interests: Sports, Fishing. Activities: Science Fair. Ambition: To be successful in whatever I may attempt. JUNE E. GIBBS " Dreamy " Characteristic Interests: J. R.; Nous Douze; Main Street and Those Fresh-sh-sh Kids. Activities: Girls ' Rifle Team 3; Art Club 1; Service Club 3, 4; Flicker Typist; Flicker Adver- tising Committee; Basketball; Secretary 3, 4. Ambition: To take the gang to California in my 54 Cadillac. To become Mrs. J. R. and to always keep him happy. BARBARA A. GORMAN " Barb " Characteristic Interests: " Nous Douze”; Dancing; D. J. ' s; S. C. O. P. H. Club. Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; German Club 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2. Ambition: To travel around the world with Jan. To be happy. SHEILA E. GOVE Characteristic Interests: A. E. T., the one with the widow ' s-peak; The Back Shore; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Girls ' Club Cabinet 3; German Club 3; German Book Prize 3; French Club, Treasurer 4; Flicker Staffff; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3- Ambition: To live in a house with lots and lots of windows. 21 SALLY W. GOWARD " Salvatore " Characteristic Interests Bonae Puellae! Bazumas! Tramps! Very Good! Activities: Glee Club Sail ini; Club 3, 4; Senior Dance Committee Chairman- Homeroom Rep. 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 4. Ambition Get my R N. Always play the hunch; To go swim- ming with the alligators alons the Nile. FORBES GRAHAM " Fobe” Characteristic Interests: Rockport — Rockport; The Black Ford; The Academy; Donna. Activities: Basketball 2; Prize Squad 3, 4; Individual Drill 4; Batchelor Trophy Winner 3; Flicker Staff; Collector 4; ROTC Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Spe- cial Prize Squad 4; Flash Staff 4. Ambition To be a success, and go around right end. GAIL M. GRANDY " Skip”, " Gussie " Characteristic Interests: Dew Drop Inn Club; " Perfume " , Pajama Parties; Sports. Activities: Dover Girls ' Athletic Association, Vice-President 2, President 3; Prize Speaking, 3rd Prize 2; Forensic Club 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Dramatics Club 2; Student Council 1, 2; Science Fair. Gloucester Glee Club 3, 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 3, 4; German Club 3, 4; Sail- ing Club 3; Flicker Staff; Thes- pian Society 4. Ambition: College. Sail around the world on the Yankee. Suc- JANICE F. GRANT " Urga”, Jan Characteristic Interests A certain someone from a certain place — ask Connie — and the future; THE BOATS!; That " 50 " B M.; We Four; Music — Records. Activities Honor Business Club 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Flicker Staff. Ambition : To be as good a mother as mine has been to me. To marry and live " hap- pily ever after. " ROBERT A. GREER " Bob " , " Kidney Kid " Characteristic Interests: Sports; Football; " The Gangah " ; Ma- lone ' s Grass Drills. Activities; Football 2, 3, 4; Foot- ball Follies 2, 3, 4; 51-53 Club; Good Gov ' t Day 3; Flicker Sports Com. 4; ROTC Volleyball, Basketball 2, 3, 4; Prize Squad 3; Sgt. 3; Ind. Drill 4. Ambition To be head foootball coach and receive as much respect and admiration as " Nate " Ross does. CYNTHIA E. HANNIBAL " Cynnie, Cynth” Characteristic Interests: West Gloucester Ask Thuzie; Cat Dancing; B Block Gym Class. Activities Art Club 3, 4; Glee Club 4; Flicker Staff. Ambition To live a happy life with whomever I choose. PHILIP P. HARMON " Butch” Characteristic Interests: C. V. S.; Bonnie ' s House; Lynn Sports Arena; Junior League. Activities: Football 1,4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Home- room Representative 2. Ambition : To play professional baseball. MARILYN D HARVEY " Mall " , " Butch " Characteristic Interests: " The Ring " ; " Tramps”; People in General; " The Junior Boys”. Activities: Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Class Dues Collector 1, 4; Student Council 2; Art Club; Cap and Gown Committee; Flicker Staff; Flash Staff; In- tramural Sports 1, 2. Ambition To get that black and white cap and while doing so, live up to the expectations of my family. To find the right key to the church. — Amen. JANE F. HENDERSON " Janie " , " Jin " Characteristic Interests: The Sad- dle, Wyoming and the wide- open spaces, Grendel!; The Football Team; " Perfume”. Activities Stevens Book Re- viewers, Treasurer 4; Beacon 1, 4, Literary Editor 4; Flash 1, 4, Feature Editor 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 1; Chess Club 2, 4; Vice-President 2; Art Club 2; Library Assist- ant 4; Flicker Staff 4. Ambition: A college education, travel, find my vocation in life, and someday to be half as good and unselfish a person as my mother. PATRICK J. HICKEY, JR. " Pat- Characteristic Interests: Skiing; Speedboats; Hunting; Cars. Ambition: To go to college. NANCY A. HIGGINS " Nanny " Characteristic Interests: J. F. S.; My Siamese Twin in Room 105; " The Gang " ; Second Lunch on Monday. Activities: Girls ' Rifle Team, Sec- retary 3, 4; NRA Champion- ship Medal 3; Latin Club 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Of- fice Assistant 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To join the Wacs and advance my education. To get that secluded ranch home over- looking the sea with J. F. S. NANCY C. HILL " Shorty” Characteristic Interests: Les Avions; Nous Douze; Les Filles Heureux et Amicales. Activities: Art Club 1; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Service Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3; Sawyer Medal 3; Camera Club 4; Basketball 1; Secretary 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To be Co-Pilot on a Homing Pigeon and find a stairway to Paradise. To make mom proud of me and to prove to Sonny that I am not muddle- headed. JUDITH A. HINCKLEY " Judy " , " Jude " Characteristic Interests: Puellae Bonae! Boyumas! Very Good! WBB and PJP. Activities: Latin Club 4; Chess Club 4; Sailing Club 4; Girls ' • Club 1, 2, 3. ‘ Ambition: To go swimming with the alligators along the Nile — C ' est La Vie! MARCIA A. HUBBARD Characteristic Interests: Football; Tennis; Skating; Swimming; Horseback riding; and Children. Activities: Secretary 4; Chorus 1, 2; Softball 1; Basketball 1, 2. Ambition: To succeed in being a machine operator. WILLIAM E. HUNT, JR. " Bill- Characteristic Interests: Sailboat- ing; Ice Skating; Hunting; Fishing. Activities: French Club 3; Sail- ing Club 3; Stamp Club 3, -4; ROTC Sgt. 4; Prize Squad 3. Ambition: To become an officer in the U. S. N. via an academy. EDWARD L. IRVIN " Ed " , " Ted”, " Killer- Characteristic Interests: Photog- raphy; Sports; and Chess. Activities : Ambition: To become a Certified Public Accountant. DAVID O. IRWIN " Unk " , " Dave " Characteristic Interests Machine Shop Seniors; All the Girls. Activities Individual Drill 4, Prize Squad 3, 4. Haskell Drill 3; ROTC Sports 4. Ambition; To be a successful machinist or a millionaire. DIANE S. JACKSON " Di " , " D. J. " Characteristic Interests: My Win- ner! Those Weekends! The Ganga; D. T. W. ' s. Activities: Girls ' Drill Team 1, 3, Sergeant 4; Honor Business Club; Latin Club 3; Girls ' Club 4; A. A. Collector 4; Flicker Committee 4. Ambition: To keep on winning. Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark. HELEN A. JOHNSON Characteristic Interests: Sailboats, especially Lightnings; Figures; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Sailing Club 2, 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 3, Captain 4; N. R. A. Championship Medal 3; German Club 2, 3; German Book Prize 3; French Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Flash 2; Girls’ Club 4; Cap and Gown Com- mittee 4; Library Assistant 1; Homeroom Representative 3. Ambition: To sail aroupd the world. To go Shark Hunting in dangerous waters with Sylvia and Fran. SHIRLEY JOHNSON " Sunny " Characteristic Interests: T. D D , Hot Rods; John ' s Corner; " Skip”; Ask Chrissie. Activities : Ambition: To get a record of the gang singing, " Heart Of My Heart, " and " Sipping Soda. " KENNETH JOSEPH " Ken " , " Kenny " Characteristic Interests To be happy and carefree. Activities: Ambition To make a million, sitting in a soft chair. JOHN P. KENNEDY " Jack, " " Bozo " Characteristic Interests: 34 Beacon Street; The Gangah!; Malone ' s Grass Drills; Sports. Activities: Football 1, 4; Hockey 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Vice-President 3, President 4; A. A. Collector 3; Cpl. Year Award 2; Plat. Sgt. 3; ROTC Individual Drill 3; Prize Squad Commander 3; Major 4; Foot- ball Follies 2, 4; Flicker; 51, 52, 53 Club; Class President 2, Vice-President 3; Good Gov- ernment Day Alderman 3. Ambition: Keep the gangah laughingah. To see " Sug” get a girl. CONSTANCE L. KERR " Connie " Characteristic Interests: H. V R ; Annisquam A-La-Carte; A Cer- tain Green Jeep. Activities: Girls ' Club; Sailing Club. Ambition: To say my vows before Ellen and to go to college. To fulfill that certain promise for Judy. JOHN F. KLEIMOLA " Jack” Characteristic Interests M B.; Lanesville; " Those Crazy Mixed Up Kids.” Activities: Corporal 2, 4; Prize Squad 3; ROTC Sports 2, 4. Ambition: Retire from the Coast Guard or be a successful elec- trician. 24 THERON A. KLOPOTOSKI " Terry” Characteristic Interests: Hunting; Fishing; Target Practicing. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 4; Pres- ident 4. Ambition: Join the Navy for twenty years. ANN LODGE " Pudge” Characteristic Interests Acting; Winthrop H44; Ask " Mary, " and Mike. Activities: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Club Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 3, 4; Corporal 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Prize Squad 3; Class Calendar 4; Sailing Club 3, 4; Riding Club 3, 4; Flash Staff 4. Ambirion: To someday be a great scholar and make Mom and Dad happy. To die in the mid- dle of the Ubangi River knee deep in caraboo. LORRAINE A. La DONNA " Rainy " Characteristic Interests: The " Gull " and those early morn- ing swims and GANGA; " LEFT END " , " R. B. " Activities: Girls ' Glee Club 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Girls ' Club 4; Science Club 1; Beacon 2; Flicker Staff, " Sports " ; Volley- ball 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Bad- minton 1, 2; Softball 1, 2. Ambition: To be a successful medical secretary and make Mom and Dad proud of me. Not to set the world on fire but to create a little spark. GASPAR LAFATA " Gap " Characteristic Interests: Cars; Au- tomotive Shop; Dancing; Girls; Making Telephone Calls to Marilyn. Activities: Football 1, 3; Stage Crew; Football Follies, 2, 3. Ambition: To go to Worcester in my Ford and see a certain someone. To be president of the Telephone Company. GAIL La VIE " Gus-Gus " Characteristic Interests: Freda! Beep-Beep! " The Whizes, " ask B. J.; That Certain Someone! Activities: Glee Club 2, 4; Latin Club 4; Chess Club 3; Girls ' Club 4. Ambition: To be healthy, wealthy and wise and if I can’t do that to fall in love! To get my R. N. and make my parents proud of me. CAROLYN M. LODGE " Reddy” Characteristic Interests: " The Ganga, " " The Gull, " and we mermaids; Mr. Peepers. Activities: Girls ' Drill Team; Sailing Club 1, 2; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club Cabinet 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Charity Fund Committee; Riding Club. Ambition To receive my B.S. and make my parents proud of me. Not to set the world on Are but to create a little spark. PHILIP S. LYCETT " Pete " Characteristic Interests: JOAN; Girls - Science - Chemistry - Astronomy - Girls. Activities: Honor Platoon. Ambition: To become a good chemist. MARLENE MacDOUGALL " Marly " Characteristic Interests: R. M.; Those Three; That New Hampshire Hot Rod; The Blue Ford. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Basketball, Captain 1; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To please my mother and to have Those Three al- ways stay together. 25 SAWYER FREE LIBRARY GLOUCESTER, MA 01930 STEPHANIE G MACKEY " Stevie " Characteristic Interests: Bonae Puellae, " 11259662! " ; Bazum- as!; Very Good! Activities Glee Club 4; Basket- ball 2; Sailing Club 4. Ambition To pet my R.N. Al- ways play the hunch. To po swimmmp with allipators alonp the Nile. C ' est la - Vie! ELEANOR MacLEOD " Ei- Characteristic Interests: " Mens et Manus " ; Filia, ask Cyn; To pet " Rich. " Activities Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Art Club 2; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Astronomers ' Club 1; Teacher ' s Secretary 4, Main Of- fice Assistant 3; Girls ' Club. Ambition To split the atom! RUTH E. MacLEOD " Ruthie ' ' Characteristic Interests: J. M.; " ne plus ultra”; Rockport " How about that! " ask Jan. Activities: Science Club 1; French Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 3, Vice Pres- ident 4; Flicker Staff. Ambition: To teach " him " how to waltz. To pet my R.N. and B.S. GLORIA A MADRUGA Characteristic Interests: Bowlinp; Movies. A certain someone. Activities Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Home- room Representative 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Ambition To travel as far as Enpland with a pood education behind me. To live and learn. JOHN E. MAIN, JR. " Johnny " Characteristic Interests: 18-13; Ruthie and havinp fun topeth- er. Spending afternoons at the ranpe. Activities National Honor Soci- ety 4; Sawyer Medal 3; ROTC Officer 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, Cap- tain 4; Junior Rotarian 4; Lt. Colonel Georpe H Morse, Jr. Award 2; Spanish Club 3; Stu- dent Council. Ambition To be able to appre- ciate the finer thinps of life in comfort. ELAINE L. MALMI Characteristic Interests: " Opera- tion S. D ”; Our Escapades; Swimminp; Shootinp; Motor- cycles. Activities: A. A. Collector 1; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, Corp- oral 4; Girls ' Rifle Team, Trea- surer 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Boston Ball- room 1953-54 Record Poll. Ambition: To be a success, and to see the pirls pet a permanent rifle team in G.H.S. CARROLL E. Mc.MILLAN " Mac " Characteristic Interests: Golf; Girls; Pool. Activities: Golf Team 3, 4; Prize Squad 3; ROTC Sports. Ambition: To win more tourna- ments than Ben Hopan or to become a better bookkeeper than Mr. Lever or Mrs. Mills. DAVID MARANHAS " Pat " Characteristic Interests: Archery, huntinp with bow and arrow; collectinp stamps. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- chestra 4; Rifle Team 4; Corp- oral 3, 4. Ambition: To po to collepe or to pet a pood job doinp art work. 26 JAMES A. MELANSON " Jim” Characteristic Interests: Dancing; Nick ' s; Girls; Outdoor Sports; Camping. Activities: ROTC Sports; Ride Team; Corporal 3; Individual Drill; Prize Squad. Ambition: To make good in life. To learn more about the Auto- mobile Field and enjoy doing it. RICHARD L. MELLO " Dick” Characteristic Interests: Football; Carol B. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Club 51-52; Benjamin Frank- lin Club 3, 4; ROTC Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, Officer 4; Prize Squad 2, 3. Ambition: To be a good printer and marry a certain junior. SERENA M. MELLOW " Sam” Characteristic Interests: Nous douze; to attend Boucher ' s wed- ding. Activities; Basketball 1, Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To join the W. A. F., and to take that trip with Nancy to California. CAROLE A. MITCHELL Characteristic Interests: ' The Gang;” Swimming; Bowling; and Music. Ambition: To succeed in any- thing that 1 may attempt. GEORGINA MARC HANT GRACE MARINO " George, " " Gena” Characteristic Interests: Basket- ball; Swimming; Vic ' s; and the little " L " kids. Activities: Secretary 4; Girls ' Club Cabinet 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2; Badminton 3; Volleyball 2. Ambition: To get to Illinois with Sis and to be as good a mother as mine. " Grade " Characteristic Interests: Third Table; The Essex Clam. Activities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Flash Reporter 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Flicker Editor 4. Ambition: To be a successful sec- retary. To see if the Essex Clam ever sees J.W. and J.L.R. in person. JOHN MARSHALL " Jack,” " Jackie " Characteristic Interests: Dancing; " Nick ' s " Girls; " Macmobile.” Activities: ROTC Sports 2, 3; ROTC 3; Color Guard 3, 4. Ambition: To live and learn and enjoy doing it. LUCY C. MARTIN " Lulu,” " Luc " Characteristic Interests: To go to California and see ] . Wayne in person. Activities: Art Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 1, 2; Basketball 1; Secretary 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 4; Flash Staff; Flicker Staff. Ambition: To become an AIR- LINE HOSTESS for the comp- any on which Wayne and La- Rosa travel. GERALD C MUISE " Myer " Characteristic Interests Hunting, Fishing, Golf, Shops. Activities : Ambition To be an auto me- chanic. ANDREW P MUNIZ " Andy " Characteristic Interests: 28 Hartz Street; Sports; " The Gangah ' ; Basketball, Football. Activities Football 1, 4; Basket- ball 3, 4; Haskell Drill 3, Prize Drill 3; Corporal 3; 51- 3 Club; ROTC Basketball 2; Volleyball. Ambition To succeed in what- ever I do in the future. To wake up C. M some day. VIRGINIA MUNIZ " Ginny " Characteristic Interests R B. and the four of us. Activities Ambition To be a nurse and then get married and raise a lot of Brownies. " Barb Characteristic Interests: That tain someone; Us Four; Week- ends, Ask Ethel H, Third Table. Activities Glee Club 2, 4; Cater- ing Club 2, Honor Business Club 4; Assistant Secretary 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Flicker Typist 4; Girls ' Club 4. Ambition To be a successful sec- retary, to always be happy, and to make Mom and Dad proud of me. JOSEPH B MOCERI " Joe. " " Jazz, " " Cat Misery " Characteristic Interests Drums; Jazz; Benny ' s Buggy, Jam Ses- sions; Sam ' s Chug. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC Corp- oral 2, 3; Sergeant 1st Class 4; Prize Squad 3- Ambition To present to the pub- lic, a band as good as Benny Goodman ' s swing band; to be as good as. if not better than Gene Krupa; to be an arrang- er. Characteristic Interests: The Ford; Racing; Hunting; Girls; and Honor Platoon 3 Activities: Ambition: To build a fast rod and race at Indianapolis Speed- way. CAROL S. MOORE Characteristic Interests: The E. P. I. C.; The Gull, Those early morning swims; " The Ganga”. Activities; French Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Flicker Staff 4; Sailing Club 2, 3; Girls ' Club 4. Ambition: To live as long as I like and to do as I like as long as I live. ALBERT H MOORE " Clayt " Characteristic Interests: R K 25 Plum Street; Sports; Football; " The Gangah " . Activities Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4; Treasurer of 51-4 Club; ROTC Sports; Football Follies 2, 3, 4. Ambition Keep the " Gangah” laughingah and to become as successful a coach as Nate Ross. CLAYTON C. MORRISSEY k X DOROTHY A. NICKERSON Red " , " Dot " Characteristic Interests: Music; Sewing; Andy; " The B i g Three. " Activities: Girls ' Club 4; A. A. Collector 1, 4. Ambition: To be successful and live a happy and enjoyable life with Andy. JOHN H. NIKOLA " Johnny” Characteristic Interests: To beat " J. C.” in a Drag Race! " The Whizzer ' s”; Ask J. C.; " Gus. " Activities: Stage Crew 1,3; Vice- President 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Dramatics Club 3; Band 1, 4; Cpl. 3, 4; Orchestra 1. Ambition: To be a success in whatever I plan to do. LOUIS NORTON " Louie” Characteristic Interests: " The Ganga " ; Fatboy; " Mor in”. Activities: ROTC Cpl. 4; Jr. Ro- tarian 4; National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Stevens Book Re- viewers 3, 4; Band 1, 4; ROTC Cpl. 2; Pit. Sgt. 3; Ind. Drill 2; Prize Squad 2; Soph of Year ' 52; 3rd Place Haskell Drill 2; 2nd Place Ind. 3; Prize Squad Winning Com. 3; Science Club 2; German Club 3; Thespian Society. Ambition: To be a success in any- thing I attempt. DANIEL E. O ' BRIEN " O ' Bie " , " Danny” Characteristic Interests: Hunting; Fishing; Pool; Johns ' Corner. Activities: Rifle Team 1. Ambition: To succeed in every- thing I attempt. DAVID M. O ' CONNOR " Hickey " Characteristic Interests: Hunting; Fishing; Girls; Vick ' s Store. Activities : Ambition: To join the Navy with Butch, Billy, and Red. KENNETH NICKERSON " Nick” Characteristic Interests: To get a new battery in my car for ”54 " . Keep the bells ringing in the Band. Magnolia. Activities: Student Council 2; ROTC Basketball 1, 4; ROTC Volleyball 1, 4; Band 1, 4. Ambition: To go to accounting school or to join the navy. RONALD A. NICKERSON " Sugna " , " Ron " Characteristic Interests: The " Gangah " ; Girls! Endicott; Sports; ROTC Affairs. Activities: ROTC Basketball 2, 4; ROTC Volleyball 2, 4; Flicker Staff 4; Pageant 1; ROTC Squad Leader 4; Honor Squad 4; G.H.S. A. A. Collector 1, 3; Individual Drill 4; Has- kell Drill 4; Baseball 4. Ambition: To keep the " Gangah " laughingah! To be an usher at Bozo ' s wedding. ROBERT N. NICOLOSI " Bob " , " Bobby”, " Nick " Characteristic Interests: N. B.; Music; Jam Sessions with Fran- kie and Joe. Activities: ROTC Band 1, 4; Or- chestra 1, 3, 4; ROTC Cor- poral 2, 4. Ambition: To join the Navy and see the world through a port hole; to change N. P. B. to N. P. N. LAWRENCE E. O ' MALEY " Larry " , ' Red ' ' Characteristic Interests Nick ' s Pool Room and Girls. Activities Track; Basketball 2; Prize Squad 2; Commander 3; Individual Drill 3; ROTC Of- ficer 4. Ambition To join the navy with Arnie. JOSEPH L. PALLAZOLA " Joe " , " Jose " Characteristic Interests: Ships and the Sea, Electronics; Drawing; Photography. Ambition To sail around the world single-handed in a forty- foot ketch. SALLY A. O ' NEIL Characteristic Interests: " The Ganga”; The Gull and Early Morning Swims; The EPIC. Activities French Club 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3; Cheerleader 3; Co-Captain 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4; Flicker Sports 4; A. A. Collector 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Homeroom Representaitve 4; Girls ' Club 4; Sailing Club 2; Service Club 1, 4. Ambition: To go to college. JOSEPH M. C. ORLANDO Characteristic Interests: " STAR- LIGHTERS " ; Music in Gen- eral; " Omne vitae nocter egi- verant " . Activities: Band 1, 4; Orchestra l; Glee Club 2, 4; Band Prize Squad 3; Rifle Team 2; ROTC Sfc. 4; Football 1; Track 1, 4. Ambition: To further my educa- tion. HELEN PACHECO " Checo” Characteristic Interests: T. A. R., The Gang T., H.; P., B„ L„ T., M„ J„ J„ R , and Ohio. Activities: Service Club 1, 3, 4; Assistant Secretary 3, 4; Teach- er ' s Secretary 4; Basketball 1. Ambition: To travel around the world on the U. S. S. J. W. Weeks with Tom. " Nancy " , " Peaches” Characteristic Interests: That Big Black " Caddy”; The Big Four; Jane ' s Grendel. Activities: School Spelling Cham- pion 2; Latin II, Book Prize 2; Stevens ' Reviewers 3; Librarian 4; National Honor Society 3; Secretary 4; Latin Club, Pres- ident 3; Beacon 1, 2, Junior Co-Editor 3, Senior Co-Editor 4; Flicker Literary Committee 4; Spanish II Book Prize 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To take Cassius to Spain with Fran and Lou; Dum spiro, spero. ROBERT PASCUCCI " Mungy " , " Dynamite” Characteristic Interests: Football; Girls; " The Gangah " ; Grass Drills. Activities: Football Follies 2, 4; ROTC Sports 2, 4; ' 51, ' 52, ' 53 Club; Flicker Staff; Home- room Representative 3; Batal- lion Staff 4; Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Baseball 3, 4. Ambition: To keep the Gangah Laughing. To succeed in what- ever I attempt. ANNE B PIERCE PAUL F. PARISI " Pee Wee " Characteristic Interests: Nick ' s; Machine Shop; The Gang. Ambition To enlist in the service with the gang. 30 LAURENCE T. PROVOST " Larry " , " Pro " Characteristic Interests: Sports; Y; Hi-Y ; Nick ' s. Activities: Class President 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Spanish Club 3; Prize Squad 3; Indi- vidual Drill 4; Assembly Com- mittee 3. Ambition: College and a happy prosperous life. LORNA M PURDY Characteristic Interests L E. W.; Dew Drop Inn Club; Knitting; Cheaper by the Dozen ( ask Barb ) . Activities: Science Club 1, 2; Science Fair Winner 1, 2; Serv- ice Club 1, 4; Girls’ Rifle Team 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Office Assistant 1, 4; Flicker Prophecy Committee 4; Girls ' Club 4. Ambition : Les; to become a suc- cessful laboratory technician and then to get my Mrs. and Mama degrees. DONALD A. QUINN " Butch” Characteristic Interests: The Ma- chine Shop; " All of the Girls " . Activities: Lieutenant Colonel 4; Individual Drill 2, 3; Prize Squad 2, 3; Haskell Drill 2, 3; Sabre Drill 4; ROTC Sports; Volleyball 2, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Football 1, 2; Flicker Staff 4; Stage Crew 1, 2; Boys ' State. Ambition: To talk Unk into go- ing in the Navy. To restore relations with a certain little female. MARJORIE I. ROBERTS " Margie " , " Midge” Characteristic Interests: Pat knows!; Four Whiz’s!; My Uke! Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Girls ' Club 1, 4; Service Club 3, 4. Ambition: To succeed as a singer. To have Mom and Dad proud of me, and to see Barb in a rocking chair. PATRICIA P1STENMA " Pat " Characteristic Interests: MYSELF; " Operation S. D. " ; " Our Esca- pades " ; Motorcycles; Shooting; Horses. Activities: Girls Club; A. A. Col- lector; Flicker Staff; Sailing Club 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, Secretary 4; Caps and Gowns Committee 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 4; Organizer, Captain, Pres- ident 3. Ambition: To tour the U. S. on a motorcycle and prove that I can operate one. If possible, to someday settle down. LOUISE POHAS " Lou " , " Pou " Characteristic Interests: Music; The Big Four; That Big Black " Caddie. " Activities: French Club 3, 4; Latin Club 3; Beacon 4. Ambition: To take Cassius to Spain with Fran and Anne. To succeed in the field of political science. Dum spiro, spero. ALICE N. POWERS " Sister " Characteristic Interests: The Serv- ice. Activities: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To join the service or work in a store. MARILYN J. PRATT " Mai " Characteristic Interests: H. C.; T. W. A. and the Gang. Activities: Basketball; Softball; Service Club. Ambition: To get a Mrs. and Ma degree and to keep on hav- ing good times. To succeed in everything I attempt. JOAN C RUTH " Joame, " " Susie " Characteristic Interests VC’. J. N. and a certain place called Na- tick!. Bonae Peullae Bozumas! Activities Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. Activities Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2. Ambition To become a success- ful hairdresser and to make " Mom " proud of me. To pilot a plane like " Mr. R EILEEN RYAN Characteristic Interests: My neigh- bors’ uncle; You! You! You!; Nous douze. Activities: Art Club 1; Assistant Secretary 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Flicker Advertising Commit- tee; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition To go on that trip to California with the kids. JAMES A. RYAN JR " Dil " , " Jim " Characteristic Interests: Golf; M S. Ill; a certain box in the garden. Activities: Golf 3, 4; Corporal 2, 3, 4; Regimental B. A. R. man. Ambition: To win the State Ama- teur before " 58 " . WILLIAM P. RYAN " Bill " Characteristic Interests: Nancy; 24 Centennial Avenue; " The Gangah " ; Hockey; Football. Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3; Co- Captain 4; Football 1-4; 51-53 Club; Football Follies 2, 3, 4; ROTC Sports; Cpl. 2; Flicker Sports Committee. Ambition: To keep the " Gangah " Laughingah!; and to get a pair of dirt-resistant " White Bucks " . ROBERT A. ST. JEAN " Saint " Characteristic Interests: To find new friends. A certain some- one. Activities: Ambition To be a success in life. RICHARD SANTOS , Watk " t. - Characteristic Interests ) ITME GANGaV Haskell . ' Fooiill; ' Hockey. ■ " ctjiArrffS ! (Football 2)4;, Flicker _Sfaff. Baseball 4; Basketball 3, 4; Stage CrewJ-u2URifle Team 2, 3. 51 -52, 53 Club; ROTC - Sports 2, 4 Service Club 1 , 2. A mbit ft) n To continue going K school Keep the GANG A LAUGHINGA. x Mi y x EVERETT J. SAULN1ER " Gussie " Characteristic Interests: Nick ' s Pool Room and the Gang. Activities : Ambition To win back all the money I ' ve lost playing cards, then I ' d be a millionaire. ROSEMARIE A. SCOLA " Ben " , " Pep” Characteristic Interests D. Belan ger; 2136-J; I. A. S. Activities Honor Business Club 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Chess Club, Treasurer 3; Glet Club 2; Teacher ' s Assistant Sec- retary 2, 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; Flicker Staff; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition To make my parents proud of me, marry him , and live happily ever after. JAMES SHEAVES " Jim " Characteristic Interests: Fords; Girls; Hillbilly Music; Red Sox. Activities: Chess Club; Camera Club; Science Fair 1, 2. Ambition: Join the Air Force and see the world. FRED W. SILVA " Freddie " Characteristic Interests: Riverdale Park; Hockey; Shooting; Dogs; Hunting. Rifle Team 2; Stage National Rifle Asso- , 2; Football 3. To become a veterin- Activities Crew 1 ciation Ambition arian. ROBERT L SILVA " Bob” Characteristic Interests: Hunting; The Gang at Higgins Corner. Activities: Football 1, 3, 4; Prize Squad 3. Ambition To see Steamer race on the Indianapolis Speedway. RONALD E. SILVA " Ronnie " , " Narnie " Characteristic Interests: The Olds; Nick ' s; Money; Physics. Activities: Football 1; Rifle Team 2; Intramural .Sports 1, 2; Track 3; NRA 2; Science Fair 1. Ambition: To make my parents proud of me To succeed in anything I may attempt. ROBERT E. SCROGGINS Finn " , " Scrog " , " Uncle Scrooge " Characteristic Interests: SHOT- GUNS and F.ifles; Marine Corps.; SPORTS; WOMEN. Activities: Haskell Drill 3; Prize Squad 3; Individual Drill 4. Ambition :To settle down if - - - will join me. JAMES R. SEARS " Jimmy " Characteristic Interests: School. Activities : Ambition: To go to college. Characteristic Interests: Cars; West Gloucester and Essex; Maura. Activities Freshman Football; Science Fair 1, 2; Rifle Team 2; Track 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be a success and please others. GEORGE L. SHATFORD George Characteristic Interests: Music; The Academy; Carole; Danc- ing; Rockport. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; ROTC Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; Officer 4; Football Prize Squad 4; ROTC Basketball and Volley- ball 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1. Ambition: To be a success in the field of accounting, and earn that first million so the second will be easier. ELLERY SHARFMAN ROSEMARY SILVA Ro Ro " Characteristic Interests Music, Dancing, " The Whizes " ; The Program, Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, Secretary 4; Sailing Club 2; Flash Typist 2, 3; Girls ' Club 1, 2. Ambition To be as popular a school teacher as " Miss Brooks " and to stroll down " Rua da Fontoura " once again. BARBARA J. SMITH ELLEN SMITH ERNEST C. SMITH " Ba rb” " Red " " Ernie” Characteristic Interests: You don ' t Characteristic Interests: S. W. W.; Characteristic Interests Money; know, do you; " The Ring " ; Annisquam a La Carte; To be A " 40 " ; Ford with plenty of K. J. J. a success with my gift shop. gas. Activities Art Club 2, 4; Sailing Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3; Activities : Club 2; Beacon-Flicker Collec- Girls’ Club 2; Spanish Club 4. Ambition: To dig two bushels of tor 3, 4; Class Roll Committee 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra- mural Sports 1; Teacher ' s Sec- Ambition: To get my R. N. and say my vows before Connie. clams on one tide. retary 4. Ambition To reach New York in 54; to receive my R. N. and to find the right key to the church. Amen. ROBERT A. SMITH " Smity” Characteristic Interests: Eating; Sleeping, Dislike Auto Theory, The Gangah. " Activities Football 1, 2, 3; Scrub 1, 2, 3, 4; Football Follies 1, 2; 51-52 Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Ambition To graduate. To be a success in the Automotive Field. LOIS JEANNE SOUZA " Lo” Characteristic Interests: " Dick- tating " ; The Gull and those early morning swims. " THE GANGA Activities Girls’ Club 1, 4; Span- ish Club 3, 4; Homeroom Rep- resentative 2, Flicker Class Roll Committee 4; Boston Herald Spelling Medal 2; Sophomore Class Dance Committee; Senior Class Dance Committee; Intra- mural Sports. Ambition " Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark . To find the right vo- cation. JOAN L. SPINNEY " Jo " Characteristic Interests: Artie;! Music; Bowling and Dancing. Activities : Ambition To succeed in what- ever I attempt and to make a certain someone happy. EUNICE M. STANWOOD " Eunie” Characteristic Interests: J. K. A. of Rocport; " The Gangs " ; Those Friday Nights.” Activities: Baseball 1; Basketball 1; Secretary 3, 4; Dance Com- mittee 2, 4; Chairman Flicker Advertising; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Parking Survey 3. Ambition Not to set the world on fire, but to create a little spark. To prove to John that I don ' t like arguments. To make my parents proud of me. RICHARD STEPHENSON " Dick- Characteristic Interests: Hunting. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball; Track. Ambition : To be a success at whatever I do. ANNE M. TARANTINO " Terry " Characteristic Interests: Hepcats; Two-Gun (ask Sera); Those Three; P. A. L.; An Inspired Car. Activities: Honor Business Cluo 3, 4; Service Club 1, 4; Basket- ball 1, 4. Ambition: To make millions, and when I make my first million, to buy the Boston Red Sox for Avis. ANDRE L. THIBODEAU " Thib " , " 1926” Characteristic Interests: S. J. B.; Football; Track; " TheGangah”. Activities: Football 1, 4; Track 1, 4; 51, 52, 53 Football Club; Prize Squad 3; Haskell Drill 3; Individual Drill 4; ROTC Corporal 3; Football Follies 2, 4; ROTC Volleyball 2, 4; FLICKER SPORTS STAFF. Ambition: To keep the Gangah Laughingah. ARMAND E. THIBODEAU " Thib " Characteristic Interests: S. E. G.; Football; Track; Dancing; Swimming; N. H. L.; " THE GANGAH " . Activities: Football 1, 4; Track 1, 4; 51, 52, 53 Football Club; Football Follies 2, 3, 4; ROTC Basketball and Volleyball; A. A. Collector 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; FLICKER SPORTS STAFF. Ambition: To succeed in life. To keep the GANGAH LAUGH- INGAH. To see next year ' s football team have a champion- ship year. MARILYNN JOAN THOMAS " Mai " Characteristic Interests: " The Ring " ; Music; " The Steinway”. Activities: Boston Herald Spell- ing Aw ' ard 1, 2; Homeroom Representative 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 3, Corporal 4; French Club 3, 4; Art Club 4; Chess Club 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Flash 3; Beacon 3; Flicker Staff 4; Dramatics Club 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Senior Dance Committee 4. Ambition: Junior College; to re- ceive my B.S.; to make my par- ents proud of me. ROBERT L. THOMAS " Bob- Characteristic Interests: Room 325 and M. P. ' s Parties. Activities: Band 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; President National Thes- pian Society 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Director of Art and Music Assembly 3, 4. Ambition: To become a summer boarder. BARBARA J. TUCKER " Barb " Characteristic Interests: N. S. T.; Music; Ask Laura. Activities: Glee Club 2, 4; Serv- ice Club 1-4. Ambition: To be as understand- ing and patient with my chil- dren as my mother has been with me. ROBERT E. VIATOR " Bob " Characteristic Interests: Me. Activities: Chess Club; German Club. Ambition: To be the world’s second greatest cynic. To main- tain a complete lack of ambi- tion. 35 I JANE E W AGNER " Janie " Characteristic Interests: " THE RING . " THE CALLS from B. B. THE BLACK FORD; new cars and the Junior Boys. Activities Good Government Day 3; Chess Club Secretary i; Art Club t; Girls Club; Thespian Society. Ambition To make my mother and father proud of me and someday to be able to pay them for all they have done for me. To make New York in " 54. BARBARA J. W ' ATER HOUSE " B. J. " , " Barb " Characteristic Interests: " Ponk " , Freda!; " The Whizzes " , Those weekends in Abington. Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 3. 4; Honor Busi- ness Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4. Ambition To attend all Miss Moore’s future Glee Club pro- ductions. To make other peo- ple happy and to make Mom and Dad proud of me. ARNOLD E. WESTLUND " Gene " Characteristic Interests: Mathema- tics; Swimming; Saturday nights; The Academy. Activities: ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4; Officer ' s Club 4; National Honor Society 3, Vice-Pres- ident 4; Junior Rotarian 4; H. R. Representative 2; ROTC Platoon Sgt. 3; Officer 4; In- dividual Drill 3; 2nd Place Prize Squad 3; Haskell Drill 3; National Championship Rifle Team 2, 3; NRA Rifle Club 2, 3; Distinguished Medal 3; Theodore Roosevelt Me- morial Medal 3; FLICKER Chairman. BRUCE A. WHILTON " Brucie” Characteristic Interests: Hockey; Mathematics; Saturday nights; Peg Leg. Activities: Stage Crew 1-4, Vice- President 4; Science Club 1, 2; Science Fair Winner 1, 2; Spanish Club 2-4; Chess Club 3, 4, President 4; Sawyer Medal 2; National Honor Society 4; Platoon Sergeant 4; Photog- raphy Editor; FLICKER 4. Ambition To be as big as my brother. Ambition To be a successful mechanical engineer. To own a new Cadillac convertible. GEORGE S. WHIPPLE " Whip " Characteristic Interests: The old time automobile ; Those peril- ous experiment in the good old Work Shop. " Activities Manager; Football; Basketball; Track; Baseball 1, 2; Science Club 1,2, 3; Science Fair 1, 2. Ambition To master mathema- tics. To equal Mr Parkhurst. To be a success in whatever scientific field I choose. NANCY WH1TMARSH " Nana " Characteristic Interests: " Ken " ; My piano people. Basketball; The Tic Toe. Activities Glee Club 3; Drama- tic Club 3; Girls’ Club 4. Ambition To marry " Him " , to have lots and lots of friends and clothes, to be right handed, and to make something of my- self. JUDITH M WHYNOT " Judy” Characteristic Interests: " The Gull " ; " Those Early Morning Swims " ; Sports. Activities A A. Collector 2; Spanish Club 3; Camera Club 3; Glee Club 2; Cheerleader 3; Co-Captain 4; Drill Team 4 Ambition Not to set the world on fire, beft to create a little spark. To be a success. DAVID A WHYNOT " Dave " Characteristic Interests: Golf; Dancing; Acting. Activities: National Honor So- ciety 3, 4; Student Council Treasurer 3, 4; Junior Ro- tarians 4; Boys ' State; Prize Squad 2; Cpl. 2; Sgt. 3; Officer 4; Dramatics Club 2, 3; Na- tional Thespian Society 4; Ste- vens Book Reviewers 3, Pres- ident 4; Golf 3, 4; Latin II Book Prize; German II Book Prize; Harvard Book Prize; Science Club President 1, 2; German Club Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Camera Club I, Treasurer 2. Ambition Psychology; To help others help themselves. 36 CYNTHIA P. WILLIAMS " Cyn " Characteristic Interests: Music and the Stars; Someday. Activities: Service Club I, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Club 1,2,3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Secre- tary 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; FLASH STAFF; FLICKER STAFF. Ambition: To jump on a cloud with Lyd and pour my dreams into the Little Dipper. EDWARD W. YOUNG " Woofes” Characteristic Interests: The Merc; The Backshore; Satur- day Night Dances. Activities : Ambition: To become a rich con- tractor. BETTY A. BURBRIDGE " Duchess”, " Boop” Characteristic Interests: ZeRe. Activities : Ambition: To marry a certain sailor. TINO J. FAMILIARI Characteristic Interests: To eat, to sleep, and to be merry. Activities ROTC Sports. Ambition: To be where there are women, wine and song. JAMES GROVES Mott Characteristic Interests: Hotrods and Women. Activities : Ambition. To get out of high school. 37 SENIOR GIRL BOY MOST POPULAR Betty Head John Kennedy MOST ARTISTIC Frances Dolloff Joseph Pallazola MOST ROMANTIC Lorraine LaDonna Robert Blatchford MOST ARGUMENTATIVE Judy Whynot Richard Santos MOST DARING Elaine Malrni James Erwin MOST TALKATIVE Lucy Martin Robert Greer MOST MUSICAL Barbara Waterhouse Joseph Moceri MOST ATHLETIC Gail Grandy Frank Destino MOST STUDIOUS Anne Pierce David Whynott MOST FICKLE Beverly Barusso David Cox BEST DANCER Gabrielle Feldman Gaspar Lafata BEST LOOKING Diane Jackson Clayton Morrissey CLASS BABY Barbara Clark Ronald Nickerson CLASS CLOWN Audrey Dukette Armand and Andre Thibodeau MOST BASHFUL Carolie Anderson Hubert Adams CUTEST Janice Grant Charles Fields SENIOR OUTSTANDING IN LEADERSHIP Betty Head John Kennedy MOST POPULAR OFFICER Beverly Barusso Donald Quinn MOST TALENTED Gabrielle Feldman Robert Thomas CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 1953 10. Senior boys venture into G. H. S. wearing white bucks. 1 1 Two freshman girls try to take elevator to third floor. Any luck? 14 G. SHATFORD and F. GRAHAM each receive 50% in an English test. What did they do over the week- end? 15 Drill! PLATOON SGTS. B. WH1LTON, M. FELD- MAN, and J. ORLANDO size up the incoming sopho- mores. 16. Seniors start to complain about homework. 17. J. ERWIN seen in cafeteria during both recesses. MR. HOOPER misses him! 18. D. BELANGER and L. O ' MALEY arrive at 7:45. Waiting for anyone in particular? 21 B SMITH enters homeroom at 8:041 2- Must be a mistake. 22. R NICKERSON mistakes window for door in audi- torium lobby. 23. MR. GREELY quiets his homeroom by using his fingernails on the blackboards. 2-1. S. O ' NEIL and M. DOLAN seen cheering in cafeteria during the first recess. Practicing for the game to- morrow night, girls? 25 G. H. S. football team loses first game to Lynn Class- ical. It was a close game. 28. The Junior Rotarians, H. ADAMS, R. BLATCH- FORD, J. MAIN, L. NORTON, A. WESTLUND, and D WHYNOTT, attend first Rotary Club meeting. 29 R. O. T. C. officers revolt against wearing leather belts during classes. No success. 30 M. CORLISS, C. FIELDS, D. QUINN, D. WHY- NOTT, and M. dePINHO describe their experiences at Girl’s and Boy’s State. What would D. QUINN do without Oh’s and Ahh’s? OCTOBER 1953 1. Extra! Smoke hill abolished. Many boys become alarmed. 2. Teacher ' s Convention. No School! 5. E. MALMI, J. BASSETT, and P. PISTENMA start a record poll. 6. At 12:31 MISS PERRY stops classwork until P. COURANT wakes up from his daily short snooze at 12:35. 7. B. BRAYMAN hides from MR. PARKHURST after a 3 day absence from Algebra II. 8. The dreaded moment arrives. Senior cadets are issued rifles. 9. G. H. S. students listen to G. H. S. record poll on WHDH. 12. Columbus Day. 13- Finals for Girl’s Drill Team result in many broken hearts. 14. In first floor corridor B. HEAD is seen drafting volunteers’’ for the Senior Dance cleanup committee. 15. The ABRAHAMSEN twins are seen holding tin cans. Need new clothes? 1C In MR CARD’S physics class, BRUCE WHILTON proving that air has pressure, swallows some colored alcohol. Taste good? 19. F. DESTINO is the hero today, 2 touchdowns Satur- day. 20. C. MOORE appears in school with droopy eyelids. Have a date last night? 21. S. MACKEY seen with pumpkin on her head. What is it, a new hat or an attempt to improve your posture? 22. J. BULDUC becomes the first casualty in MR. NICKAS’S B block Chem. class. She cut her hand on a piece of glass tubing. 23- B. RYAN’S white hat or turban could be seen from the auditorium balcony say the underclassmen. 26. The THIBODEAU twins seen riding to school with SGT. MAGUIRE. What ' s up, boys? 27. E. SMITH arrives at school driving a new 1953 Lin- coln convertible. G. LAFATA’S convertible looks ashamed. 28. C. MORRISSEY discovered reading What Every Woman Knows. Trying to keep a secret from her? 29. B. SILVA heard humming " Mr. Touchdown, U. S. A.”. Dreaming BOB? 30. M. Feldman arrives at 7:45. J. WAGNER still wait- ing. NOVEMBER 1953 2. A. CARRICO absent-mindedly forgets his car and walks home from school. 3. B. PASCUCCI taking driving lessons. Pedestrians Be- ware! 4. G. LaVIE buys ice cream in cafeteria; insists on hav- ing " jimmys”. 5. Last platoon of Company E missing. C. BLANCH- ARD has first driving lesson at school. 6. Senior boys begin stalking the third floor as party draws near. MR. HOOPER calls for reinforcements. 9. S. GARRISI sets up spaghetti stand in cafeteria. Foot- ball squad buys him out. 10. J. MAIN breaks rifle range record with a 194 against Hopedale Rifle Club. 11. Armistice Day. Glee Club invades Boston. 12. Student body sees CAPT. KURT CARLSEN awarded Mariners Medal. B. BLICK in her glory. The men of the sea you know! 13. M. dePINHO and J. BULDUC more than enjoy the movies in MR. NICKAS’S B block class. 16. Discarded senior proofs plus J. WHYNOT seen in the library workshop wastebasket. Looking for some- thing, Judy? 17. MR. STEVENS passes out. He saw B. HEAD sitting in her homeroom seat. No dues, BETTY? 18. Senior girls arrive with fishing tackle . . . Hooked any- one for the party yet? 19. Clubs seem to have an increase in senior membership lately. Flicker activity sheets are out! 20. A real piece of ham slipped into a sandwich today; the purchaser C. BURNAM nearly had a heart attack. 23. B. RYAN docs own homework. N. HIETALA is sick. 24. D. CORLISS lost again from his platoon. CAPT. RYAN presents him with compass. 25. Pre-Thanksgiving Day Assembly. H. ADAMS and B. PASCUSSI speak at rally. Nervous boys? 30. ANNE LODGE seen taking " no-doze” pills. Long week-end, ANNE? DECEMBER 1953 1. C. DeCOSTE storms into school Monday. No visitor from Fort Devens this week-end? 2. MISS HARRIS gives A Block English Class pointers on catching a man. 40 3. F. DESTINO keeping scrapbook. His publicity agent, G. LAFATA, gives newest release to Boston Globe. 4. J. NIKOLA caught outside auditorium collecting ten cents from unaware freshman viewing noon movies. 7. BUNNY BARUSSO gives advice to the lovelorn. " Feed him plenty of grub and he ' ll come again.” 8. The first tentative Mid-Year schedule issued. Seniors do not heed warning. Wait until January 25th! 9. G. ENOS seen with rather large bump on his head. Seems as though he hit himself on the head with a wrench. 10. GEORGE SHATFORD not satisfied with G. H. S. femmes. Writes early to Santa. Santa suggests prowl- ing corridors of R. H. S. 11. MISS HARRIS ' S D block English Class squirms as she explains that a person’s thoughts and character can be read in his eye. 14. D. JACKSON seen skipping to school this morning. Nice week-end DI? What a " Winn ' er! 15. MR. MOORE decides E block study in 229 has to quiet down. Removes all seniors. MR. THOMPSON S office mobbed. 16. That brilliant lad, B. SCROGGINS, came up with another statement of fact: " The man who invented life savers made a mint.” 17. JAMES MELANSON heard mumbling something about women being no good. It seems he ran a ma- chine over his foot while watching girls walk by. 18. E. RYAN seen practicing basketball in the gym after school. Trying to give A. MUNIZ some competition? 21. C. BURKE and G. BURGESS very much disappoint- ed. Their divinity fudge did not harden. Spoons needed! 22. J. RYAN, Regt. B. A. R. man again seen " walking off hours” after school with his favorite weapon. 23- Seniors enjoy Christmas assembly. Wish teachers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, and start a long anticipated vacation. JANUARY 1954 4. L. POHAS returns to school with a nice tan after spending the vacation in Florida. 5. H. JOHNSON shames the boys in the " Trig " class by receiving 110% on her test. 6. Boys in " Trig” class start a petition stating, " No girls should be allowed to take ’Trig’.” 7. S. BARNARD late for school. It took her 15 minutes to cross school yard against the heavy winds. 8. E. MALMI gets stuck in the elevator while working in the first floor supply room. 11. Timely anticipations are visualized as school is an- nulled due to a surfeit of frozen white particles. 12. Vacation is prolonged another day as blizzard prevails. 1.3. M. FELDMAN seen digging his car out of a snow bank. What happened, MIKE? 14. B. TUCKER observed hobbling around school. She claims she hurt her knee sliding. 15. Everyone comes to school with a cold. It must be the good skating weather. 18. Last minute cramming begins as seniors are aware that the exams begin Tuesday. 19. -20. Mid-Year Exams. NICK’S is mobbed. 25. G. FELDMAN seen dancing " Slaughter on 10th Ave- nue " in first floor corridor. It seems she failed French exams and anticipates future consequences at home. 26. R. FOLEY, B. GALE, P. COURANT, and D. WHY- NOTT change from Solid Geometry to Review Math. Too Tough, Boys? 27. Officers’ pictures taken, A. MOORE proxies for J. ANDERSON. 28. Cadet Officers begin to worry about the Girls Drill Team’s spectacular drill. It is rumored that the girls are determined to show up the boys’ drill. 29. Girls’ Rifle Team finally gets started! P. PISTENMA overjoyed. FEBRUARY 1954 1. Report cards issued! Very few all A students. Seniors now compete for all Flunks. 2. C. BOUCHER was seen trudging to Girls Prize Drill at 6:20. What happened CONNIE, miss your ride? 3. F. DOLLOFF and F. FORSBERG apply for admis- sion to Mass. Art School. Mass. Art, beware! 4. S. COCOTAS puts five quarts of oil in his car and wondered where it disappeared. Did you put the plug in, STEVE? 5. C. FIELDS was seen in the cafeteria surrounded by by girls. They thought he was selling kisses for the Cancer Fund. 8. In Home Nursing class, J. RUTH was a nervous patient. Who did the tickling? 9. P. HARMON, N. HIETALA, W. HUNT, J. RYAN and H. JOHNSON were caught wearing 3-D glasses in Solid Geometry Class. It helps to visualize the figures. 10. G. H. S. Fund Drive for worthy charities continues in full swing. 11. The Cadet Officers’, the Girls’ Drill Team, and the Grand March participants practice for the Party after the drill period. 12. Many seniors on absent list. Must be the Officers’ Party at eight tonight. 15. Seniors return to school with weird stories concerning frozen gas lines after the Party. 16. L. PURDY campaigns five days for class baby, but fails. 17. R. CLAYTON, D. SANTOS and D. CORLISS seen dusting library for MISS LONDERGON. 18. K. NICKERSON still elated over being " King of Hearts”. 19. B. CLARK, N. BURNHAM and J. C ALDER discuss latest gossip in homeroom 102. HERR NICKAS reaches " ignition point”. 22-27. Flicker Staff works! Rest of school has vacation! MARCH 1954 1. Seniors return to G. H. S. to rest up from weeks vaca- tion. 2. B. GREER gets date for Presentation Party. Not too early BOB? 3. P. HARMON late again for Solid Class. MR. HAG- STROM hunting for facts. 4. J. SEAR’S car stalls at Nugent’s Stretch on the way to school. Tough break JIM! 5. N. HIGGINS caught in rifle range. Trying to get extra practice for the match next week NANCY? 8. B. WHILTON buys fifty copies of the Times this week. Guess who’s picture is in " Who’s Who.” 9. ROBBERY — Class dues demanded. 10. B. BLATCHFORD has an urge. Cuts C. DeCOSTES hair with shears in first floor corridor. 11. C. BLANCHARD seen stopping everyone in corridor of G. H. S. to show them her " pink slip”. Finally got 41 » your license, huh? 12. J. DECKER first to exceed fifty cent limit in Physics class. Congratulations, JAN. 15. R NICKERSON seen galloping through G. H. S. corridors wearing cowboy hat. He saw " Shane last night. 16. MR NICKAS explains darkness is the absence of light. G. GRANDY argues " It ' s the presense of a beau”! 17. B. WHILTON missing! MR. HAGSTROM finds him held captive in Review Math class. 18 D. COX promoted. 1st platoon of E company miss- ing, last seen heading toward river led by D. COX. 19. A. WESTLUND, J. HINCKLEY, M. HARVEY, and S. GOWARD seen on 5:59 A. M. train for Boston. All heading for college interviews. Nothing like being on time! 22. Music Appreciation class in uproar. J. MOCERI presents newest ballet steps. 23 Bus riders aghast! Must walk from yard entrance as contractors have torn up hot top. Oh! our beautiful yard! 2-4. Mystery of hole in rifle range ceiling solved. Really KLOPOTOSKI! 25. No, not the March winds. A. A. THIBODEAU and J. KENNEDY just having an argument. 26. J. KLEIMOLA still mystified as to why he landed on the floor when he grabbed two leads on a generator. 29. C. WILLIAMS enters school sporting a new fur coat. S. BANFIELD asks if she shot it herself. 30. Freshmen seen patrolling first floor corridor for any unattached seniors. Girls have given up on H. ADAMS. 31. D. QUINN and M. DEPINHO set up a booth on third floor. Sold autographed pictures for $1.00. APRIL 1954 1. All seniors in their prime- April fools day! 2. Seniors alarmed. Notified they must obtain $600 more to put out Flicker. Everybody works. 5. P. DEAN’S car fails to start. Four girls and one junior boy late for school. 6. B. THOMAS gets his graduation pictures today and alibis that the photographers never do him justice. 7. J. MARSHALL receives medal for breaking record in race to cafeteria. Time: 10 seconds. 8. Five gorgeous girls seen prancing through first floor corridor. Left-overs from " Football Follies.” 9. National Honor Society tea. A. PIERCE proudly brings in her very own deflated cake. 12. L. MARTIN still sick from eating A. PIERCE S cake. 13- R MELLO walks to school. A fence bumped smack into his car. 14. R. E. MacLEOD finally reveal that they swapped identification bracelets in the cradle and have been masquerading under " assumed” names ever since. 15. J. FAVAZZA struts proudly around school. Her dress is being displayed in the third floor display window. 15-25. Easter vacation. That good old Easter Bunny! 26. Fifth Avenue has nothing on first floor corridor today. J GRANT and M. ARNOLD model Easter outfits for appreciative boys before classes. 27. B WATERHOUSE and G. LaVIE seen wading at Good Harbor Beach. Spring is here! 28. Seniors overjoyed on having one of those rare oc- currences; an assembly program. 29- E. SMITH arrives at drill with shoes shined. 30. Three years of R. O. T. C. and J. SHEAVES still forgets and wears his uniform on Friday. MAY 1954 3. H. PACHECO discovers that she has gained 4 pounds. Good meals in Advanced Foods class! 4. Mother-Daughter Banquet. C. CUSUMANO looked so pretty! 5. F. DEGNAN pays class dues in advance. 6. J. and L. FRONTIERO show up at drill with uni- forms on — many officers faint. 7. C. MITCHELL and M. THOMAS seen after school wearing Bermuda shorts. Summer here? 10. J. HENDERSON and J. SPINNEY miss Essex bus- come to school on horses. 11. R. SCROGGINS seen sporting Sgt. stripes. Senior boys heard singing " Jealousy”. 12. MR. HAGSTROM springs surprise test on his Solid Geometry class. Over 95% of class fails. 1 3. Entire Solid Geometry class on absent list except 1. SEARS. 14. D. O ' BRIEN seen going home with eight books. Try- ing to catch up on all the homework you’ve missed this year? 17. P. LYCETT comes to school at 10 o’clock. When asked why, the reply was, " My car broke down in Rockport.’ ' Why Rockport? 18. C. MCMILLAN, J. MELANSON and S. COCOTAS seen carrying signs " Essex or Bust” when car broke down. 19. E. STANWOOD gets her days mixed up and waits until 3 o’clock for A. W. to show up. 20. J. CARTER finds long-lost overshoes in locker. 21. C. KERR, L. LaDONNA, B. MURRAY and D. AB- DOU overhead having a discussion — subject — a career vs. marriage. 24. Senior boys discuss wearing white bucks to drill. 25. R. PASCUCCI and J. ERWIN show up to drill with white bucks — CAPT. RYAN faints. 26. All seniors in homeroom at 8:05. First time all year. 27. E. SHARFMAN sports a colonel’s string tie. We blame his artistic sense. 28. Pre-Memorial Day Assembly. Seniors march up aisles while underclassmen weep. They miss us already " was the remark of one of the seniors. 31. Regiment marches in parade. Girls wait for them at " The Cut " . JUNE (as we like to have it) 1. All seniors paid up in class dues. 2. RAIN — no school. 3. Cadets give extra drill to Officers and Sgts. 4. Everybody’s Field Day, everybody wins an award. 7. PRINCIPAL SMITH decides it is too sunny, sends students home. 8. Cadets and Juniors take over regiment. Officers and Sergeants walk off hours with BAR’s and field packs under supervision of cadets. 9. Assembly — school ends at eleven o’clock. 10. Seniors turn in uniforms — hopeful juniors crowd LOUIS NORTON for his buttons. 1 1. Practice for Graduation — Seniors go home after prac- tice. 13. Graduation Day — Seniors overjoyed. 15. " I wanna go back!” 42 REFLECTOR NEW HEAD OF NAVAL INTELLIGENCE William Hunt was recently appointed head of the naval intelligence bureau. His assistants will be three more people from the famous seaport: James Groves, Larry O Maley, and John Marshall. Among their staff of secre- taries are Gloucesterites M. Azevedo, J. Belanger, P. Berto- lino. B. Blair, U. Bodoni, and A. Tarantino. Also working in the intelligence office are secretaries J Gibbs, J. Curcuru, C. Mitchell, S. Gove, J. Ruth, R. Scola, and C. Williams. NEW SECRETARIAL SCHOOL OPENING Marlene MacDougall and Helen Pacheco are incorpor- ating a new secretarial training school here in the Fish Stick City of Gloucester. On their staff of instructors are G. Mar- chant, S. Johnson, M. Hubbard, B. Murray, and N. Hill. Rosemary Silva, graduate of Salem State Teachers College, is teaching a course on filing papers in the waste- basket. BOON TO HOUSEWIVES The Lois Souza-phone, a new attachable device, has been tested by Majorie Roberts and Joan Spinney for its practicality in modern day homes. It automatically answers YES ' when there is a pause in the conversation. SPORTS It was announced yesterday on " Bo” Kennedy ' s broad- cast on Channel 54 that Gloucesterites Frank Destino, Charlie Fields, Leo Frontiero, Billy Gale, Sam Garrisi, Dick Mello, Clayt Morrissey, Bob Pascucci, Dick Santos, and the Thibodeau twins, have joined to form Gloucester ' s first professional football team. Coached by Bob Greer, who is assisted by Francis Degnan, the team will be known as the Gloucester Gulls. We already have a professional basketball team here in the fish city, starring Don Belanger, Bob Blatchford, Arnold Carrico, David Cox, and Andy Muniz. It is rumored that Richard Burke, Phil Harmon, and Bill Ryan are keeping their skates sharpened in hopes that a professional hockey team will be inaugurated in Glouces- ter. However, weatherman Bob Viator predicts that since the Cape Ann winters are becoming increasingly mild, these hockey enthusiasts had better trade in their hockey sticks for golf clubs. Gloucester has already produced four fine professional golfers: Fred Cunningham, Robert Foley, Car- roll MacMillan, and James Ryan. FOR SALE Antique automobile of unknown make. Includes motor, two wheels, cow horn, Zoot Suit, cigarette lighter, and a comfortable back seat. Other parts may be purchased at a nominal fee from the local junk yard proprietor, Robert Scroggins. It has Benjamin Franklin’s seal of approval. For additional information call Ernest Smith. John Main s slightly used rifle team medals. This col- lection includes Ruth MacLeod ' s Distinguished Rifleman, Hopalong Cassidy ' s pea shooter badge, and one of the Lone Ranger ' s souvenir silver bullets. Judy Hinckley ' s pony tail. Will sell to any respectable horse. OPERATION STITCH Hollywood producers have been trying for years to find ' -ut what makes Gail Grandy tick. They sent her first to the renowned psycho-analyst, Dave Whynott, who advertises No waiting, two couches. Ar Dave’s recommendation, Gail was removed to the hospital by attendants John Carter and James Melanson. Ar the hospital, nurse Judy Whynot is heard calling, as visual. Doctor Forbes Graham, report to O. R. " Oops, Forbes, wrong door! That ' s where head nurse Sally Goward is developing films. In O. R. we find Judy Bulduc industriously administering anesthesia to Gail. Pin down the arms, nurse Aurora Corkum, and the legs, Joan Chris- tenson! And sit on the head, Marilyn Harvey. Don ' t crush it! Upon the removal of the brain by surgeon Bill Davis, Pat Corliss was summoned to print the script for Gail ' s next play on it; she has a bad memory. After the operation, the brain is X-Rayed by X-Ray specialist Carol Blanchard, and then sent to lab technician Lorna Purdy, assisted by Bunny Barusso, to be analyzed. While the brain is under treatment, a group of nurses in- cluding Barb Clark, Stephanie Mackey, Eleanor MacLeod, and Virginia Muniz, directed by supervisor, Nancy Hietala, examined her pancreas. Patricia Dean, surgeon, is busily discussing her heart with medical secretaries Lorraine LaDonna and Elaine Malmi. TODAYS TV HIGHLIGHTS 2:00 Channel 54 Professor R. J. Alexander will speak cm Spain and its importance to United States economy. His talk will be illustrated by artist Joseph Pallazola. Sponsor: Burgess’ Trudy Frudy Chewing Gum. 3:00 Channel 8 Cooking Capers by Janet Clark, as- sisted by Barbara Tucker. Today she will make Jean Burke’s recipe which won the prize in Joe Frontiero’s nationwide bake contest. Sponsor: Sharfman’s Savory Southern Fried Chicken. 4:00 Channel 2 Nancy Higgins will present her ad- vice to the lovelorn. Her guest personality will be Norma Allen, who will describe her search for men while in the Waves. Sponsor: Bassett’s Always- Smear Lipstick. 5:00 Channel 13 Comedy show with Pinky Lee Shat- ford. Guest will be Barbara Waterhouse, the fam- ous opera singer. Sponsor. Burke Sisters ' No Noth- ing Cake Mix, just toss the package in the oven. 6:00 Channel 61 The Bob Thomas Talent Show. To- night’s performance includes such acts as the Abra- hamsen twins in their modern acrobatic routine, and Donald Quinn and Pat Pistenma previewing a scene from Lovers Unlimited, a current Broadway hit. Doug Campbell and Everett Saulnier will also be on hand to present a scene from their latest production, Duel in the Dark. David Irwin, New ' York’s radio tycoon, will both produce and direct the staging. Make-up artist will be the famed Catherine Cusumano. Sponsor. Carole DeCoste’s Coarse Corsets. 7:00 Channel 54 The United World program present- ing a panel discussion on world affairs. Anne Pierce and Marjorie Corliss will represent Spain; Sylvia Barnard, Istanbul; Barbara Blick, our former am- bassador to Russia, The Soviet; Louise Pohas, France; and William Donovan, China. George An- derson, United World clerk, will introduce the guest speakers. Moderator will be Larry Provost. Sponsor: Cognato’s Tomato Flavored Potatoes. 8:00 Channel 45 Manuel dePinho on his disc jockey show will play recordings by Gloucester’s famous ' 54 Moondimmers Orchestra comprised of Gil Brown, Ted Carroll, Ben Chianciola, Joe Ciarame- taro, Paul Courant, Howard Evans, Pat Maranhas, Joe Moceri, Bob Nicolosi, John Nikola, and Joe Orlando. Sponsor: Aiken ' s Sure-Cure Corn Plaster. 9:00 Channel 5 Audrey ' s Artists with J. DeCoste, F. Dolloff, F. Forsberg, J. Grant, and S. Crouch. Di- rected by R. Brown. Sponsor: Pratt ' s Paint Re- mover. 10:00 Channel 21 Advanced Autos with G. Enos, W. Cheverie, A. Moore, D. O ' Connor, E. Young, and R. Fisher demonstrating the new Lycett Long-Low Locomotive. Sponsor: The Sheaves’ Shuffler Mighty Muffler. Lighting and Camera work by B. Whilton. SNOOTY SAYINGS Miss Anne Lodge, popular young deb who uses Pat Hickey ' s Sticky Pan-Cake Make-Up, will have her coming out party at Lou Norton ' s Hideaway on June 32 (sic) 1964. It is suggested by Shirley Banfield, our class Louella Parsons, that she go back in. Two of our former junior college girls, Connie Kerr and Ellen Smith, returning from a tour of Fujiyama were greatly surprised when they found Betty Head presiding over the Annisquam sewing circle. Among the honored guests at one of Gaby Feldman’s elite parties at Magnolia Manor was Robert Brayman, our distinguished senator from Alaska, Carol Moore, noted Deb, and Eileen Ryan, popular pharmacist. Serving on the schoolboard of the Mayor of Essex, Hubie Adams, are Jane Henderson and Lucy Martin who share the honor of financing the new school designed by Connie Coleman. The story of this project will be covered by Janice Decker, editor of the Essex News. Atop their perch on Motif No. 1, Valerie and Debbie Abdou with their oil paintings were advertising Bearskin Neck. Edward Irvin caught this pose plus a unique shot of Marion Arnold and Mary Dolan swooping down on sea gulls. They wanted to catch the armorous glances of James Richard Erwin, Hollywood’s latest Liberace. Seen riding through town in their A P Drive-a-mat were Jane Wagner and Mike Feldman, new owners of the Super Duper A P Market. Their chauffeur, Fred Silva, was spying for the First National Stores. Outstanding man about town, Richard Clayton, was seen sporting the fashions from the renowned Boucher salon of Paris. He was one of the main attractions on the Boulevard last Sunday. Gail LaVie had her organ debut in Carnegie Hall last evening. Famed music critics predict an unusually successful i-areer for her. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS WANTED Baby tender to care for 19 children. Never a dull mom- ent. Fair pay. Apply to W. D. Corliss, Tel. 3435. FEMALE HELP WANTED Must fulfill these qualifications! 1. Homely redhead. ( false preferred) 2. Height G ' Vi " . 3. Weight 210 pounds, (minimum) 4. No secretarial training or experience. Tel. 2836 after 6 A.M. or apply to K. Joseph. SCHOOL OF VIOLIN Under the direction of Rosalind K. Calder at 82 Pluck Street, accompanist, Sally O’Neil. Hours 9 P M. to 10 A.M. Ages 1-100. Call 32-Hot Canary. FOR SALE The Thing — by Bob Smith, a genuine football player with Athlete’s Feet (both). You name it, we’ll tame it. LOCAL THEATRES The North Shore — " From Eternity to Here?”, starring C. Hannibal and V. Giacalone. Co-starring J. Kleimola and E. Stanwood. The Strand — " Slipping on the Ice”, featuring Jennie Favazza and Gaspar Lafata. Produced and directed by Gloria Madruga. FIRE IN THE DORMITORY A large fire in the Dormitory of D. Darcy’s Business Girls ' Hotel was discovered by custodian Arthur Dorothy, who was making his rounds. S. Cocotas, Fire Chief, said the fire was started by some careless girls including Diane Brennan, Betty Burbridge, Mary Brazier, and Florence Dou- cette, who were smoking at a P. J. Party. Fireman Stanley Dyer received major scratches on his face when breaking down the door to the dormitory. Also injured were firemen Gerald Muise and Richard Stephenson. EXTRA!! EXTRA!! New York — September 1, 1964. Four entire blocks in the busiest part of New York City were blown up when the " mad” scientist, Helen Johnson, was experimenting with her new ultrasonic Adam Bombe. ATTENTION!! Diane Jackson has been seen sleep-walking on Main Street. If anyone finds Diane, please return her to her fav- orite White-Buck Boy. FOR SALE One slightly used set of muscles. Original cost $1.00 plus Wheaties box tops. Will sell at sacrifice — $.50. See James Cavanaugh. NOTICE Will the person seen taking my life savers at Tino Familiari’s Amusu Theatre return them or pay $.06, as he was seen. R. Begg. FOUND A place where you can get real Italian Spaghetti cooked the French way you like it. Come to D. O’Brien’s, 85 Back Street, Gloucester. Entertainment nightly by Dorothy Nick- erson, Carol Burnham, Janice Calder, and Barbara Smith. MALE HELP WANTED Wanted — one man — that is all. Apply to Carolyn Lodge in care of this newspaper. LOST Red underwear with Captain’s Bars attached. Please return to Arnold Westlund immediately! Cold weather is expected! POLICE NOTES Grace Marino and Serena Mellow complain of a howl- ing dog. Upon investigation it was found by policemen Ronald Silva and Robert St. Jean that the " dog” was Bob Silva practicing a choir solo. Joanne Batson and Barbara Gorman complained to Sgt. P. Parisi of bubble gum wrappers around the street in Apple Row. Ronald Nickerson seen picking them up the next morning. TONIGHTS EVENTS ( What’s Brewing on the Home-Front) Big stage production featuring the " Girls in Red,” star- ring Julianne Ford, Nancy Burnham, Beverly Chambers, Elaine Arsenault, Carolie Anderson, and Dorothy Coberth. Produced by famed Hollywood producer James Sears. Di- rected by John Anderson. Rifle demonstration by world famous fire-arms collector, Terry Klopotoski. His new invention the " Curved bullet for shooting around corners” will be demonstrated by George Whipple. WASHINGTON DISPATCH Announced today as eligible for Civil Service appoint- ment — replacing bulbs in the Whitehouse — are Nancy Whitmarsh and Alice Powers. 45 Jean- Joan Abrahamson Helen Aiken Norma Allen George Anderson Marion Arnold Elaine Arsenault Barbara Blair Carol Blanchard Robert Blatchford Constance Boucher Richard Clayton Constance Coleman Florence Doucette Stanley Dyer Gabrielle Feldman Michael Feldman Robert Foley Patricia Dean Elizabeth Head Nancy Hietala Diane Jackson Helen Johnson Stephanie Mackey Gloria Madruga 46 Louis Norton Sally O ' Neil Fred Silva Ellen Smith Lois Souza Eunice Stanwood UL Mary Azevedo Sylvia Barnard Beverly Barusso Judith Bassett Joanne Batson Phyllis Bertolino Aurora Corkum Marjorie Corliss Dale Corliss Paul Courant David Cox Susan Crouch Manuel dePinho Frank Destino Mary Dolan Arthur Dorothy William Gale Salvatore Garrisi June Gibbs Sally Goward Elaine Malmi Georgina Marchant Dorothy Nickerson Lucy Martin Albert Moore Virginia Muniz Anne Tarantino Andre Thibodeau Armand Thibodeau Jane Wagner Bruce Whilton Judith Whynot 47 CLASS OF 1055 OFFICERS Front: Lincoln C. Higgins, Jr., President; Sally A. Marshall, Secretary. Back: Bruno Modica, Vice-President; John D. Morris, Treasurer. 3 , ! 48 Adams, James Dennen, Frederick Lawton, Beverly Pereen, Ronald Allen, Arline Dexter, Eleanor Leavitt, William Pereira, Irene Amaral, Leonard Digby, Mary Legendre, Richard Leino, Judith Perry, Jane Amero, Bernard Domingos, Frank Peterson, Lawrence Amero, Lemuel Dort, James Leveille, Robert Pinkney, Lois Anastas, Peter Doucette, Janice Linquata, Agnes Pinto, Natalie Anderton, Sherman Dow, Carol Linquata, Marianne Prior, Melville Andrews, Marilyn Doyle, Maureen Lopes, Fernanda Reed, Norman Atwood. Ronald Dulong, Ralph Lovasco, Anthony Reid, Charlotte Baker, Patricia Duwart, Richard Low, Warren Rhodes, Ethel Bammarito, Ann Eason, Myles Lowe, Judith Richardson, Marie Bassett, Majorie Egan, Ellen Lowrie, Jane Roach, Andrea Becker, Robert Ellis, Arnold Lucido, Grace Robator, Richard Bennett, Joan Emero, Lois Lucido, Salvatore Roberts, Wayne Bentley, John Epstein, Gerald Lukegard, Marilyn Rogers, Christine Bergmann, Frank Ercolani, Harold Lupo, William Roper, Judith Berrigan, Leo Erkkila, Nancy Luster, Beverly Rudolph, Levi Beverley, Gail Evans, John McArthur, Laura Rust, Mary Lou Beverstock, Gail Favalora, Leonard McCallum, William Ryan, Norma Blatchford, Donald Fialho, Paul McDonald, Barbara Ryan, Robert Blick, Katherine Flaherty, Marcia McDonald, John Sampson, Joseph Bolcome, Janet Fortado, Matthew MacDonald, Shirley Sawyer, David Borge, Faye Foss, Patricia MacDonald, William Serio, Angeline Boston, Roger Francis, Donald McEachern, Lawrence Shea, Nancy Boston, Stuart French, Alice McKenney, Joseph Sheehan, Nancy Bouchie, Albert Frigard, George Mackey, Sylvia Silva, John Bouchie, Carol Frontiero, Ann MacLeod, Ronald Silva, Warren Bouchie, Francis Gamage, Marguerite McLeod, Ruth Smith, David Bowman, David Gendreau, Elaine Main, Barbara Smith, Donald Bragdon, Cynthia Gillie, Beverly Malloch, Paula Somers, Katherine Branceleone, Rosemary Gillis, Sandra Manninen, Richard Sonia, Nancy Brennan, Donald Gleason, Charles Marchant, Gerald Spanks, John Brown, Cynthia Gove, A. Kilby Markuson, William Spittle, Thomas Brown, Leslie Gray, Beverly Marshall, David Stanwood, Sylvia Brown, Marilyn Gray, Sheila Marshall, Sally Stephanio, Carol Brown, Ronald Greenberg, Charlotte Martin, Frank Stephenson, Robert Burke, Jean Haberland, Gail Martin, John Stevens, Ruth Burke, Nancy Hale, Robert Martin, Marcia Stillman, Priscilla Burke, Philip Haskins, Mary Matson, Louisa Stottlemeyer, Robert Burnham, Gordon Hawley, George Mello, Richard Strangman, Leroy Burnham, Patricia Heberle, Harriet Merchant, Joan Stuart, Jay Burroughs, William Hemeon, Charles Merry, Patricia Sweeney, Robert Byrnes, Marie Hempel, Nancy Mesquita, Cynthia Sylvester, Frank Carroll, Mary Lou Hendrickson, Elizabeth Mitchell, Paul Tamarindo, Gloria Catalini, Marilyn Hickey, Michael Modica, Bruno Tarr, Kenneth Cavanaugh, Dennis Higgins, Lincoln Moore, Kenneth Tebou, Arthur Cecilio, Manuel Hinchey, Mildred Moore, William Tedesco, Anthony Cecilio, Rosemary Hoffer, Julia Morris, John Thibodeau, Judith Cefalo, Loretta Horne, Donald Muise, Muriel Thomas, Carol Chadwick, James Hubbard, Robert Mulcahey, Charles Thomas, Kathryn Chick, Marilyn Hurley, Lorraine Murray, Avis Tognazzi, Maura Ciarametaro, Mary Hyde, Jean Nasser, Edward Tolman, Kenneth Ciarametaro, James Ina, Alfred Nelson, Judith Vagos, Edith Ciulla, Anthony Jackman, Arthur Newman, Merrill Ventimiglia, Phillip Claar, Charles Jenkins, Dorothy Nicastro, Serafina Ventimiglia, Vincie Clarke, James Barry Johnson, Carol Nichols, Jane Vicari, Joseph Cloney, Francis Johnson, Marilyn Nickerson, Elaine Vidal, Beverly Cloutman, Donald Johnson, Phyllis Nowe, David Wallius, Joyce Connor, Elizabeth Joseph, Robert Nowe, Edmund Walsh, Sylvia Coull, Phillip Josephson, John Oakes, Richard Wennerberg, Marcia Coull, William Karem, Thomas Olson, Walter White, Donna Cureuro, Rosalie Kenzer, Coleman Orlando, Paul Whynot, John Currier, Judith Kerr, Peter Ormezzani, Fred Williams, Leslie Dagle, M. Patricia Kimmence, Ronald Osborne, Mary Jane Williams, Marilyn Darcy, Alan Kincade, Marsha Pallazola, Marie Williams, Donald Dauphinee, Jacqueline Kramer, Joanne Pappas, Gale Winchester, James Davis, Ann Krupski, Marianne Parks, Mary Wine, Suzanne Davis, Roger Lafata, Carlo Parsons, Dana Wright, Royce Dawson, Patricia Lambert, Philip Parsons, Dorothea Young, Charles Day, Joyce Landoni, Anthony Parsons, Kathryn Young, William DeCoste, Leonard Lane, Donald Parsons, Ronald DeMarco, Joan Lane, Richard Pascucci, Rosalie Dc-metri, Kathleen Lane, Sylvia Patten, Martha JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY . . . " This is a grand day, ladies and gentlemen, posi- tively a grand day! The sun is high in the blue Glou- cester sky, a gentle breeze is bringing us the fragrance of the ocean, and we are here to witness the parade of an outstanding class at G. H. S., the parade of the class of ’55. Much we have heard about the accomplishments of these students, and now we’ll be able to see with our own eves . . . and here they come, ladies and gentlemen, in full-color with the beat of drums and the flare of trumpets! Foremost in the parade we notice the right and left guides, Miss Burnham and Mr. Malone, who are flanking the officers: Lincoln Higgins, president; Bruno Modica, vice president; Sally Marshall, secre- tary; John Morris, treasurer. In second order of the march come the members of the new Student Council, who are even now planning on new systems to im- prove the standards of the students. This honor squad is made up of Kathryn Thomas, Lincoln Higgins, Ronald Mello and John Morris. And now the body of the parade unfolds in all its magnificence. The first company is composed of students outstanding in scholarship. It is a glitter- ing group; scholarship comes first in importance in the education of young minds. Here and there we see the latest winners. Avis Murray and Thomas Spittle, who last year were awarded Sawyer medals; Sally Marshall, who was recipient of the Latin book prize and the A.A.T.F. French award; Roger Davis, carry- ing with him the Spanish book prize. The newly- elected members of the National Honor Society are with this group also: Joan DeMarco, Ellen Egan, Mary Haskins, Nancy Hempel, Judy Hoffer, Torrey Gamage, Sylvia Lane, Sally Marshall, Peter Anastas, and Lincoln Higgins. Marching a little distractedly and out of line, here come the class poets headed by Elaine Gendreau, who rated first prize in last year’s Jeremy Ingalls poetry contest, and Gail Beverley and Louisa Matson, worthy of honorable mention. Ooops! We almost missed our artist, Sylvia Lane, winner of the Art book prize, who is now capturing the color of the parade in her sketch book. While we are still dazed from the passing of the first company, a second and perhaps larger group is fast approaching us. This is the company of extra- curricular activities, a very necessary one, for educa- tion is not complete without the application of ability and initiative in worthwhile activities. Many are the Juniors who parade before us now; some are veteran leaders, well known to all. Among the new ones we spot the officers of Latin Club; Sally Marshall, president; Torrey Gamage, secretary; Nata- lie Pinto, treasurer. In the French Club Jackie Dauph- inee is secretary while in the Pro-Con Club new officers are Robert Stephenson, vice president, and Elaine Gendreau, secretary. Robert Stephenson is also the vice president of the Art Club while Sylvia Lane keeps accounts. Kay Somers, popular among the girls, was elected vice president of the Girls ' Club. A wave of dramatic talent now hits us as Sylvia Lane, Gerald Epstein, and Robert Hubbard go by, reminding us of our fine entertainment from Our Town. And what are these men rushing about for? Oh, we see; they are the athletes of our class. " A sound mind in a healthy body” is their glorious and indeed " sound” motto; and now a wild cheer fills the air as Carlo LaFata and James Winchester go for a long pass before our very eyes, followed by Sherman Anderton and Edmund Nasser, basketball stars, and by Paul Fiahlo and George Frigard, outstanding hoc- key players. Now the parade assumes a definitely military and orderly formation; thumping feet hit the ground at even intervals: army uniforms and M-l rifles appear. It ' s the Gloucester High School R.O.T.C. unit, fine trainer in leadership discipline. Scores of Juniors have distinguished themselves in the regi- ment; foremost are Peter Anastas, Kilby Gove, and Bruno Modica, who have earned stripes of platoon sergeants. Philip Coull placed second while Kilby Gove placed third in the individual drill this season. Junior girls also are associated with this group, for Judy Hoffer, Barbara Main, Avis Murray, and Chris- tine Rogers are sharp shooters in the girls’ Rifle Team. Parading before us now are the literary geniuses of the class. The Stevens Book Reviewers are first. Sally Marshall is the secretary; other members are Peter Anastas, Jackie Dauphinee, Anne Davis, Ellen Egan, Mary Haskins, and Nancy Hempel. The school’s magazine, the " Beacon,” has for efficient junior editors Gail Beverley, Ellen Egan, Torrey Gamage, Peter Anastas, and Bruno Modica. Outstanding reporters for the Flash are — oh, how do you do Mr. Tony Lovasco and Mr. Gerald Epstein — what do we think of the parade — why we think — wait! a moment please! we are doing the reporting right now — what, will we join you in the parade? Why not? — Sally Marshall Anthony Lovasco Bruno Modica 49 CLASS OF 1956 OFFICERS Roberta L. Silva. Treasurer; Brien B. Kennedy, Pres- ident; Noteen M. Greely, Secretary. Ahonen, John Aiello, Salvatore Allen, Richard Alper, Paul Amero, Judith Anderson, John Anderson, Jon Arnold, David Arnold, John Auditore, Rosemary Baker, William Barusso, Stephen Belanger, Judith Bernstein, Hilda Betts, Susan Biendo, Concetta Blatchford, Alice Borge, John Bouchie, Judith Boyle, John Brennan, Betryjane Brooks, Carol Brown, Carol Brown, Janice Brown, Sarah Bruni, Marilyn Burke, Norman Burnham, David Callahan, Nancy Campbell, Grace Campbell, Irene Canillas, John Carigan, David Carter, Judith Catania, Jeanette Cavanaugh, Nancy Cavanaugh, Sheila Cecilio, John Chane, Judith Child, Dorothea Christenson, Karen Churchill, Ernest Ciarametaro, Roberta Ciaramitaro, Charles Ciaramitaro, Rose Ciolino, Rose Clayton, John Cluett, Stephen Coad, Gloria Cole, Philip Conrad, Shirley Cook, Paul 50 Cooper, Virginia Corcoran, Francis Courant, Barbara Courant, Benjamin Curcuru, Jean Curcuru, Mary Ann Damon, Eugene Davis, Robert Dexter, Judith Doyle, Kenneth Doyle, Patricia Doyle, Sharon Drohan, John Eames, Anne Ellis, Carleton Enos, Carol Enos, Donald Ernst, Nancy Erwin, Sally Evans, Eleanor Fairweather, Harold Feener, James Fierro, Vincent Flannagan, Sylvia Foley, Richard Forbes, Deborah Foster, Donald Frade, Silvia Francis, Charles Frazier, Paul Frederick, Peter French, Peter French, Gerald Frontiera, Mary Frontiero, Grace Frontiero, Marie Frontiero, Virginia Gardner, Gerald Gayton, Richard Gerring, Ronald Giacalone, John Ginn, Dana Gleason, Kenneth Godinho, Mario Goulart, Thomas Gove, Judith Gove, Kenneth Goveney, Gordon Grace, Louise Graham, Sally Gray, Judith Gray, Robert Greeley, Marilyn Greely, Noreen Griffin, Dianne Griffin, William Grillo, Antoinette Hagstrom, Alan Hanrahan, James Hardy, Thomas Harvey, Marcia Haskell, William Hawley, Ralph Hawley, Ray Hedetniemi, Robert Herrick, Richard Hersey, Harry Hill, Edwin Hinckley, John Hodge, Sally Hodgkins, Russell Hoffer, Marilyn Hubbard, Helen Hunter, Gertrude Jackman, Dorothy Jacobs, Carol Jameson, Richard Jerome, Norman Johnson, Carla Johnson, Jean Johnson, Jocelyn Joyce, Sandra Karvellas, Marilyn Kearsey, Charles Kennedy, Brien Kennedy, Ruth Kerr, Thomas Knowles, Carol Knowles, Nancy Kubinyi, Laszlo Lacerda, Russell Lafata, Josephine Lafond, John Lafond, Judith Lafond, Regina Lakso, Arnold Joseph, Ralph Lane, Clifford Lauranzano, Sandra Lawson, Raymond Lewis, Bruce Livingston, Janet Lombardo, Anthony Longo, Alphonse Lopiccolo, Josephine Locasco, Joseph Lovell, Wendy Lufkin, Marjorie McCarthy, Winifred McCue, Eileen McCuish, Doris MacDonald, Cynthia McDonald, Faye MacDonald, Judith MacDonald, Richard MacEachern, Duncan McKay, David McKenney, Marilyn MacKenzie, Judith Mackey, Thomas McSheffery, Elaine Madruga, Joan Malaquias, Jack Malaquias, Tony Mallette, Harold Maniates, Stephen Marchant, Sydney Marino, Anthony Markuson, Gladys Marr, Kathleen Marshall, Sandra Martin, David Martin, Eric Matz, Robert Meade, Charles Melanson, Gilbert Melanson, Clyde Militello, Josephine Mitchell, Idella Montrose, Marian Moore, Marion Morgan, James Morris, Laurena Morrissey, Robert Moulton, Leonard Muise, Kendra Monroe, Marilyn Murphy, David Murray, Stephen Nasser, Marilyn Nelson, Frederick Newman, Patricia Nickerson, Stephen Noble, Beverly Noble, James Norwood, Donna O ' Brien, David O ' Connor, Donald O ' Dea, Fred O’Hanley, Eileen Ojantakanen, Ruth Oliver, Lawrence O’Maley, Linda Orlando, Joanna Orr, Arthur Palazola, Anthony Parady, Ardrith Parisi, Josephine Parisi, Marie Parker, Robert Parsons, Carol Parsons, Linda Parsons, Robert Pearsall, David Perkins, Martha Perry, Adrian Perry, Marietta Perry, Ralph Philbrook, Ernest Pike, Willard Pinto, Doreen Porter, Sylvia Powers, Patrick Pratt, Phillip Purdy, Lois Putonen, John Quinn, Mary Ramsdell, Arlene Randazza, Salvatore Reed, Janice Roark, Nancy Robinson, Miriam Rodgers, Phyllis Rogers, Patricia Rogers, Virginia Rose, Bette Rose, Robert Rowe, Mary Russo, Beatrice Ryan, Arthur Ryan, Sheila Saulnier, Mary Sawyer, John Scandalito, Pauline Schwartz, Helen Selig, Freeman Shoares, Judith Silva, Barbara Silva, Bernard Silva, Judith Silva, Roberta Smith, Caroline Smith, David Smith, Sandra Sousa, Carol Spinola, Thomas Stacey, Walter Stephens, Alexander Stone, Jacqueline Stottlemyer, Ronald Swinson, Hazel Symonds, Francis Tasker, Gladys Taylor, Pamela Teixeira, Joaquim Thomas, Jeffery Thomas, Lornie Tougas, Ernest Tracey, Jacqueline Tupper, Russell Vannah, Robert Veator, Jeanne Vicari, Paul Vickery, Ann Vickery, Robert Walters, Audrey Webber, Gail White, Nancy Whitmarsh. Margaret Williams, Ruth Wilson, Paula Wilson, Rita Wilton, Donald Wood, Peter Woodman, Patricia Young, Karen Young, Natalie The Sophomore Class salutes the Senior Class with best wishes for the coming years. We have not been outstanding in any one thing; but if you will take a good look at the following activities, you will find that we have more than done our part to make 1953-54 season an active and successful one. Let’s start out with the Latin Club. The members of our class who have participated in the activities are Paul Alper, Hilda Bernstein, Noreen Greely, Eileen McCue, Doris McCuish, Doreen Pinto, Miriam Robinson, and Ruth Ojantakanen. The Beacon has been putting out wonderful editions; and although the only sophomores on the staff are Miriam Robinson, Sophomore Editor, and Peter Wood, the Beacon has hopes of a much larger staff next year. Now, for our football players. Four of our classmates who received their letters this year are Tony Marino, Russell Tupper, John Clayton, and Don Enos. Many of our sophomores have distinguished themselves this year, and we hope will continue to do so for two more years. John Clayton displayed outstanding skill in the Swampscott game where he scored a touchdown. Tony Marino and Russell Tupper were great on defensive the last four games, and Don Enos starred in the Jamboree. He also played a tenacious game at defense in the Newburyport game. Of course, as there were others who worked hard for our victories, we’ll run down the list: Bob Rose, Bob Morrissey, David Smith, Allen Hagstrom, Tony Palazola, Tony Ma- rino, Russell Tupper, Jimmy Hanrahan, John Clayton, Don Enos, and Bernie Silva. Have you ever wished you could sail a boat? On brisk autumn days, you must have wanted to. Well, there are many sophomores this year who got that urge, and followed through on it. The following is a list of the people who enjoy rigging sails and doing the usual bit of work that is expected of them in G.H.S. Sailing Club, and have fun, too: Doreen Pinto, Cynthia MacDonald, Doris MacCuish, Carla Johnson, Marilyn Karvellas, Helen Schwartz, Judy Shoares, Hilda Bernstein, Marilyn Greely. We have only one sophomore who wished to venture from the times of today into the annuals of the past to join the History Club, and that one is Laszlo Kubinyi. Next year we hope that more will take an interest in this particular club. Congratulations are due those who are successful enough to merit a membership in the Honor Business Club. Of the many who present themselves at the meet- ings, the following are sophomores: Antoinette Grillo, Marcia Harvey, Bettyjane Brennan, Rose Ciaramataro, Sylvia Frade, Sandra Smith, Nancy White, Ardrith Parady, Sarah Brown, Joseph Lovasco, Josephine Lafata, Audrey Walters, Janice Reed, Rita Wilson, Judith Belanger, Kath- leen Marr, Sheila Ryan, Marilyn Munroe, Carol Knowles, Josephine Lopiccolo, and Salvatore Randazza. Expressions such as Como esta? are heard frequently during a meeting of the Spanish Club. Not only is Spanish spoken, but the talks and activities deal, in some way, with Spain or a Spanish background. Those repre- senting the class of ’56 are: Rita Wilson, Jacqueline Stone, Sheila Cavanaugh, Lois Purdy, Dianne Griffin, Anthony Malquais, Bettyjane Brennan, and Sally Graham. As more students have taken an interest in the lan- guage department, it is not surprising that many have joined the German Club. If you happened to pass a room that was giving forth strange noises, you would probably find the following sophomore members practicing their grammar: Marilyn Bruni, Laszlo Kubinyi, Roberta Silva, Peter Frederick, Carla Johnson, Doreen Pinto, and James Feener. If any of you like to play checkers or chess, it is a good idea to join the Chess Club. There is not only an opportunity to learn the game, if you do not know it, but also to improve on what you already have learned. Those who took advantage of learning are: Donna Norwood, Virginia Cooper, Robert Matz, Marietta Perry, and David Pearsall. Many other sophomores have been taking an active part in different clubs of G.H.S. Writing for the Flash are: Cynthia MacDonald, Sally Erwin, Hilda Bernstein, Helen Schwartz, Judith Amero, Marilyn Karvellas, Paul Alper, and Marilyn Bruni. Congratulations go to the girls who have been accepted in the Girls’ Glee Club. They are as follows: Cynthia MacDonald, Marilyn Karvellas, Lois Purdy, Patricia Wood- man, Miriam Robinson, Marilyn Hoffer, Roberta Silva, Noreen Greely, Gail Webber, Doris MacCuish, Pamela Taylor, Ardrith Parady, Anne Eames, and Susan Betts. Those who have earned the honor of being members of the French Clubs are as follows: Hilda Bernstein, Dana Ginn, Carla Johnson, Paul Cook, Marcia Harvey, David Arnold, Sylvia Flannagan, Sylvia Frade, and Kathleen Marr. Now the Stage Crew members come from behind the scenes to take a bow: David Martin, Paul Alper, Paul Frazier, David Murphy, Anthony Malaquias, and Robert Rose. Distinguishing themselves as members of the Boys’ Rifle Team are: Peter Wood, Fred O’Dea, Robert Parker, Robert Davis, Freeman Selig, and Dana Ginn. Certain boys deserve praise for being chosen as cor- porals in the R.O.T.C. They are Charles Francis, David Pearsall, Dana Ginn, David Arnold, Paul Frazier, Donald Whilton, David McKay, Stephen Cluett, John Giacalone, Anthony Malaquias, Sidney Marchant, and Freeman Selig. A big hand should be given to the members of the Art Club. They are as follows: Nancy Knowles and Laszlo Kubinyi. Here’s the cue for the members of the Dramatic Club to make their appearance; they are as follows: Hilda Bernstein, Susan Betts, Gail Webber, Judith Chane, and Cynthia MacDonald. Those who took part in the National Thespian Soci- ety ' s play " Our Town” were as follows: Susan Betts, Pamela Taylor, Gail Webber, and Natalie Young. In the newly organized G.H.S. Girls’ Club many sophomore girls are members and are taking an active part in the activities. The Camera Club also claims some sophomores as members. They are Patricia Rogers, Joy Johnson, Mary Rowe, Judy Silva, Carol Enos, Beverly Noble, and Ruth Williams. The girls accepted on the Girls’ Drill Team deserve congratulations. They are Dianne Griffin, Marilyn Kar- vellas, Patricia Rogers, Carol Souza, Nancy Roark, and Mary Curcuru. Our Student Council members are Sheila Ryan, Judy Chane, Noreen Greely, and David Murphy. In closing, we, the class of ’56 salute the class of ’54 and wish them smooth sailing in the future. Susan Betts Miriam Robinson Patricia Rogers Jacqueline Stone 51 CLASS OF 1957 Allen, Floyd Dodge, Beverly Amazeen, Carmen Domingos, Anne Amero, Virginia Doucette, Elizabeth Anastas, Thomas Downs, Judith Andersen, Robert W. Doyle, Donald Anderson, Robert G. Doyle, Sheila Aptt, Harry Dupont, Edmund Avila, Joyce Dutcher, Karen Azevedo, Carol Elliott, Donald Babson, Anne Ellis, Donald Babson, William Enos, Marlene Balzarini, Natalie Ercolani, Janet Baptiste, Geraldine Farina, Santo Barbara, Rosalind Favazza, Lillian Beauparlant, James Feener, Russell Bell, Robert’ Fishman, Bernard Bertolino, Anthony Fitzgerald, Margaret Bertolino, Mary Ann Flannagan, John Bickerton, Joanne Flygare, Jacquelyn Blick, Frances Fortado, Lois Bloomberg, David Foster, Elizabeth Bolcome, Robert Francis, Richard Borge, Virginia Francis, Ronald Boucher, Thomas Francis, Virginia Bouchie, Robert Frontiero, Anthony Bouley, Lucien Fuller, Eileen Bourneuf, Augustine Galli, Vermilio Boutchie, Barbara Gamage, Townley Bradley, Walter Greer, Stephen Brennan, Judith Genovese, Catherine Brown, Edna Gerring, Richard Brown, Judith Getchell, David Brymer, John Gibbs, Dorothy Burgess, Barbara Gillie, Susan Burnham, Mary Gillis, Anne Burnham, Norman Gleason, Edward Burns, Peter Godsland, Madeline Burns, Neil Golden, Frances Butman, Dorothy Goodwin, Sandra Cameron, Patricia Goody, Shirley Campbell, Nancy Gorman, Nancy Campbell, Pauline Gradwohl, Barry Cannon, Mary Jane Graham, Loren Capino, Emiliano Graham, Sara Cardoza, Marilyn Grammas, George Carpenter, Geraldine Gray, Philip Carpenter, Phyllis Greely, Judith Catalini, Shirley Gregory, Susan Cavender, Nancy Griffin, Lorna Cecilio, Custodio Grube, William Chebator, Richard Hagstrom, Jon Chick, Frank Haight, Lawrence Ciarametaro, Connie Hanibal, Ralph Ciarametaro, Jerome Hanson, Jocelyn Ciarametaro, Salvatore Harding, Laurence Ciolino, Jennie Harris, Hugh Cloutman, Robert Harris, Norma Codinha, Paul Harvey, Betty Ann Connors, John Hastings, Benjamin Cook, Geraldine Haupt, Eleanor Cooke, Sylvia Hautala, John Corcoran, Marjorie Hayes, Gerald Corliss, Kirk Hempel, Joan Courant, Joan Hinchey, Dorothy Courant, John Holmes, James Couturier, Ida Hopkins, Betty Jean Cressey, Allan Hubbard, Nancy Critchett, Norma Hughes, Elizabeth Cronin, Roberta Hughes, Rosemary Cutler, Paulette Hyde, Charles Daley, Martin Ina, Rhoda Daley, Maureen Ingersoll, Doris Davis, Donald Irvin, Ellen Davis, Lawrence Jensen, Billie Ann Davis, Scott Johnson, Ann Day, Sheila Johnson, George DeCoste, Donald Josephson, William Dedcovich, Stephanie Kearsey, John DeMayo, Eugene Keating, Katherine Demetri, Nicholas Kelly, Mary Deveau, Doris Kennedy, Lee Dias, Rosemary Kippen, Judith Kippen, Robert Parsons, Gardner Krupski, Joseph Pata, Andrea Lafata, Rose Pearsall, Francis Lambert, Sylvia Perry, Jean Lane, Janet Perry, John Lane, Phyllis Phillips, Gloria Lane, Ronald Pike, Valance Larkin, Clinton Pilling, Janice Larsen, Beverly Piscitello, Charles Latassa, John Pistenmaa, Miriam Lawson, Diane Pitkanen, Susan Lima, Joseph Place, Marlene Linquata, Sebastian Poirier, Sheila Lodge, Marian Porter, Gardner Longo, Domonic Porter, James Love, Donald Powers, Doreen Low, John Powers, Marjorie Lowe, Thomas Prentiss, Henry Lupo, Thomas Putonen, Carol Luzio, Anthony Randazza, Margaret McCarthy, Sally Reed, Irene McDonald, Brian Reed, Shirley McDonald, Carol Ribeiro, M. Jean MacDonald, Richard Rogers, Josephine Maciel, Ronald Rose, Arthur McKay, Norma Rose, Russell McLellan, Clifford Ross, Norman MacLeod, Norma Russell, Nancy MacLeod, Robert Santos, Carolyn McMillan, Lianne Saputo, Mary Ann McMillan, Marcia Sawler, Valerie MacNeil, Doris Schiller, Patricia Major, Barbara Schrafft, Patrick Malaquias, John Seigas, Albert Malloch, Janet Shoares, Robert Marr, Philip Smith, Dianne Mart, Thomas Smith, George Mathews, Neil Somers, Roy Melanson, Carol Sonia, Kenneth Melanson, Joyce Soule, Elizabeth Melanson, Thelma Souza, Rose Merchant, Hugh Stanton, Charles Merry, Thomas Steele, M. Jane Milone, Rosario Stephens, Robert Mitchell, Marilyn Stevens, Doris Mitchell, Mary Stewart, Aubrey Mitchell, Sandra Stout, Carlyle Mondello, James Strople, Ralph Moody, Donald Sullivan, Roger Moore, Virginia Susanno, Lorenzo Morton, Dana Sutera, Betty Moses, Pauline Tarantino, Frances Muise, Beatrice Tarbox, Marion Munroe, David Taylor, Susan Murphy, Edith Thibodeau, Ann Nasser, Frederick Thomas, Brenda Newman, Barbara Thomas, Nancy Newman, Ronald Thompson, Fred Nicastro, Anthony Thompson, James Nicastro, Carol Todd, Sylvia Nicastro, John Tognazzi, Albert Nicastro, Salvatore Town, Marcia Nickerson, Marjorie Troy, Mary Nicolosi, Lawrence Tuckerjean Nieberle, Marie Tysver, Sandra Neimi, William Vaiarella, Jennie Niemi, Paul Ventimiglia, Paul Noble, Albert Viator, Gerald Noble, Janice Veator, Judith Novello, Vincie Wall, Carl O ' Connor, Helen Watson, David Oliver, Thomas Welch, Raymond Olsen, John Wentzell, John Palazola, Mary Ann White, Carole Palazzola, Seraphina Whitehead, Judith Pallazola, Cosmo Whynott, Charles Parisi, Jay Wikstrom, Kenneth Parker, James Williams, David Parsons, Carole Ann Woodman, Judith Parsons, Cynthia Parsons, David A. Parsons, David M. Woodman, A. Leonard FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY In the dark halls of the thi rd floor lurk a certain group of individuals known con- temptously as freshman. We are referred to by the upper classmen as " kids”, " monsters” and " scrubs " , among other things. Actually, though, we ' re not such a bad lot as some of the juniors and seniors seem to think. Among the outstanding members of our class are: The recipients of the Sawyer Medals in ' 53, Frances Blick, Frank Chick, Lois Fortado, Townley Gamage, Jon Hagstrom, Billie Ann Jensen, Ronald Lane, John Olsen, Jr., Cyn- thia Parsons, Dianne Smith, and Raymond Welch. D. A. R. awards were presented to David Bloomberg and Jon Hagstrom. Special Commendation goes to Lois Fortado and John Olsen for winning highest honors. " Frosh " representatives for the Student Council during ’53-’54 are Anthony Berto- lino and Billie Ann Jensen. Here is the roster of freshmen who have helped our school this year by participat- ing in school clubs and organizations: Our contributor to the BEACON was Susan Taylor. Language Clubs: German: Jocelyn Hanson, Diane Lawson, Marcia Town. Latin: Jack Babson, Jill Babson, Frances Blick, Doris MacNeil, Margaret Randazza, and Susan Taylor. Chess Club: Jack Babson, David Bloomberg, and John Flanagan. Our musicians are: Band: Donald Elliot, Charles Hyde, John Latassa, Sebastian Lin- quata, Robert MacLeod, Anthony Nicastro, Charles Piscatello, Robert Shoares, Ralph Strople. and Leonard Woodman. G. H. S. Orchestra: Marcia Brown, Eleanor Haupt, and Charles Piscatello. Service Clubs: Carol Azevedo, Phyllis Carpenter, Ida Couturier, Rosario Milone. Stage Crew: David Bloomberg, Lucian Bouley, John Flanagan, Dave Getchell, Charles Hyde, Joseph Krupski, Robert MacLeod, and James Thompson. Glee Club: David Bloomberg, Lucian Bouley, Kirk Corliss, and Lawrence Nicolosi. Drill Team: Marcia Brown, Dorothy Gibbs, Marcia McMillan, Miriam Pistenmaa, Judith Woodman, Dianne Smith. Sailing Club: Barbara Burgess, Susan Pitkanen, Judy Brown, Jocelyn Hanson, Brenda Thomas, Jill Babson, Townley Gamage, Sandra Mitchell, Doris Stevens, David Bloomberg, and Doris MacNeill. The Football team wouldn’t have been the same without such freshmen stars as Fred Thompson, Jay Parisi, and Kirk Corliss, who in rain or shine faithfully carried half pails of water to the team. (The other half was usually spilled on the way out). Then comes the freshman football team boasting as large a group of characters as you should ever hope to see. Some of the more illustrious players are as follows: L.E. — Tommy Bouchie and Carl Wall, L.G. — Paul Niemi, L.T. — John Connors, C. — Ronald Lane, R.T. — Russell Feener, R.G. — Eddie Parks, R.E. — Harry Aptt and Carl Wall, L.H.B. — " Boots” Parsons, R.H.B. — Larry Harding, Q.B. — Jon Hagstrom, F.B. — Jim Mondello and Bobby Anderson. We now give to you the comments about the team from a person to person survey of the coaches. Assistant Coach " Bob” Malone " Mr. Karcher’s well-coached freshman team looks to be one of the most promising group of players to enter G. H. S. in a few years. With a lot of hard work and deter- mination they could be one of the finest football teams to pass through the portals of Gloucester High.” Head Coach Ross " It was the best freshman team in our school since 1938. It had balance, poise, and a great amount of interest and determination. I expect a lot of these boys to fit into varsity competiton next year to gain experience. Furthermore, as seasoned football players during their junior and senior years they will earn a lot of prestige for their school and themselves.” So we have hopes! Members of the basketball team are: Larry Harding, Sebastian Linquata, Charles Pis- citello, Jon Hagstrom, Thomas Lupo, Anthony Nicastro, Jim Mondello. Larry Harding was our top scorer! Members of the hockey team are: Dick Gerring, Skip Ross, Lenney Woodman, Pete Burns, Bobby Andersen, Pat Schrafft, and Jack Babson. And thus the freshmen have begun their journey through G. H. S. Frances Blick Townley Gamage Ronald Lane Raymond Welch rm AWARDS TO THE CLASS OF 1954 Sawyer Medals 8th grade — Janice Decker, Nancy Hietala, David Whynott. 9th grade — Richard Alexander, Barbara Blick. 10th grade — Frances Dolloff, Bruce Wilton. 1 1th grade — Nancy Hill, John Main. Spanish II Book Prize — Frances Dolloff, Anne Pierce. Latin II Book Prize — Barbara Blick, Anne Pierce, David Whynott. Latin III Book Prize — Mary Dolan, Nancy Hietala. German II Book Prize — David Whynott. German III Book Prize — Sheila Gove, Helen Johnson. College Women’s Club Book Prize — Anne Pierce. North Shore Harvard Club Book Prize — David Whynott. Steven ' s Reviewer ' s Book Prize — Anne Pierce. Jeremy Ingall’s Poetry Contest 10th grade — Patricia Dean, Honorable Mention; Jane Henderson, Honorable Men tion; Anne Pierce, Honorable Mention. 11th grade — Jane Henderson. Theodore Roosevelt Essay Contest — Arnold Westlund, 1st prize. Mabel Spofford Book Prize — Frances Dolloff. D. A. R. winner 8th grade — William Gale. Good Government Day Delegate — John P. Kennedy. Delegate to D. A. R. Convention — Barbara E. Blick. Delegate to Girl’s State — Marjorie Corliss. Delegates to Boy’s State — Charles Fields, Donald Quinn, David Whynott. 60 Words Shorthand Awards Elaine Arsenault, Mary Azvedo, Judy Basset, Joanne Belanger, Phyliss Bertolino, Barbara Blair, Ursula Bodoni, Constance Boucher, Carol Burnham, Nancy Burnham, Janice Calder, Rosalind Calder, Janet Clark, Constance Colemen, Janet DeCoste, Julianne Ford, Janice Grant, Nancy Hill, Marlene MacDougal, Gloria Madruga, Grace Marino, Lucy Martin, Barbara Murray, Rosemarie Scola, Anne Tarantino, Cynthia Williams. 80 Words Shorthand Awards Constance Boucher, Janice Calder, Constance Colemen, Janice Grant, Anne Tarantino. 40 Words Typewriting Awards Judith Bassett, Phyliss Bertolino, Barbara Blair, Constance Boucher, Rosalind Calder, Janet Clark, Constance Colemen, Janet DeCoste, Nancy Hill, Grace Marino, Barbara Murray, Rosemarie Scola, Cynthia Williams. 50 Words Typewriting Awards Joanne Belanger, Gloria Madruga. 60 Words Typewriting Awards Janice Calder. Senior OAT Judith Bassett, Joanne Belanger, Phyliss Bertolino, Barbara Blair, Janice Calder, Janet Clark, Constance Colemen, Janet DeCoste, Nancy Hill, Grace Marino, Rosemarie Scola, Cynthia Williams. 56 2 C O SPANISH CLUB First row, left to right: Diane Griffen, Janice Decker, Sheila Cavanaugh, Hu- bert Adams, Vice-President and Treas- urer; Sylvia Barnard, President; Marjorie Corliss, Ellen Smith, Ellen Egan. Second row, left to right: Beverly Barusso, Lois Purdy, Jane Henderson, Frances Dolloff, Lois, Souza, Kay Somers, Anne Pierce, Miss Frostholm, Advisor. Third row, left to right: Bruce Whilton, Rita Wil- son, Irene Pereira, Jacqueline Stone, Joyce Wallius, Barbara Gorman, An- thony Malaquias. Fourth row, left to right: Warren Rowe, Dennis Cavan- augh, Robert Foley, Roger Davis, Man- uel DePinho, Richard Alexander. Rdman j OanaoET TODAY LATIN CLUB First row, left to right: Hilda Berstein, Aurora Corkum, Natalie Pinto, Noreen Greely, Sally Marshall, Marguerite Gam- age, Cynthia Brown, Eileen McCue. Second row, left to right: Irene Pereira, Cynthia Bragdon, Doreen Pinto, Joan Kramer, Nancy Higgins, Ruth Ojanta- kanen, Mariam Robinson, Janet Bol- come, Gail Beverly, Elaine Gendreau, Kathleen Thomas. Third row, left to right: Mr. Elmer, Advisor; Joyce Wal- lius, Bruno Modica, Ronald Atwood, Gerald Epstein, Paul Alper, Roger Davis, Coleman Kenzer, Anthony Lo- vasco, Mary Haskins. FRENCH CLUB First row, left to right: Carla Johnson, Torrey Gamage, Marcia Harvey, Shiela Gove, treasurer, Marion Arnold, vice- president, Nancy Hietala, president, Jac- queline Daughinee, secretary, Katherine Blick, Norma Dexter, Hilda Berstein. Second row, left to right: Sally Marshall, Marilyn Thomas, Silvia Barnard, Paul Cook, Dana Ginn, Coleman Kenzer, Da- vid Darcey, David Arnold, Joan Kramer, Elaine Gendreau, Mary Haskins, Miss Burnham, Advisor. Third row, left to right: Gail Beverstock, Kathryn Thomas, Barbara Gorman, Marianne Krupski, Frances Forsberg, Carol Moore, Patricia Dean, Helen Johnson, Valeri Abdou, Sally O ' Neil, Judy Hoffer, Louise Pohas, Kathleen Marr, Mary Lou Rust. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN CLUB First row, left to right: Ronald Mellow, Arthur Dorothy, John Carter, Charles Cognato. Second row, left to right: Thomas Collins, Benjamin Chianciola, Charles Carroll. i Pqn t vuqvI I SHOul l THfc cf ' THt OOBV ! Itqp t f s f 1 r SERVICE CLUB First row, left to right: Barbara Tucker, Marjorie Corliss, Gertrude Burgess, Betty Head, President Constance Coleman, Pa- tricia Dean, Barbara Blick, Anne Taran- tino. Second row, left to right: Lucy Martin, Gloria Madruga, Rosalind Cald- er, Julianne Ford, Nancy Burnham, Janet Clark, Rosemarie Scola, Diane Brennan, Patricia Pistenmaa, Mary Azevedo, Miss Grace McGinley, Advisor. Third row, left to right: Elaine Arsenault, Sandra Smith, Barbara Murray, Elaine Malmi, Janice Decker, Judy Bassett, Jane Hen- derson, Barbara Blair, Lorna Purdy, Phyllis Bertolino, Barbara Waterhouse. CHESS CLUB First row, left to right: Barry Clarke, Jane Wagner, Bruce Whilton, President, Edmond Nowe, Marietta Perry. Second row, left to right: Mr. Irving Robbins, Advisor, Virginia Cooper, Joseph Palla- zola, Robert Viator, Charlotte Reid, Donna Norwood. CAMERA CLUB First row, left to right: Anne Gillis, Mathew Fortado, Mary Jo Digby, Ethel Rhodes, Ronald Mello, Nancy Ernst, Carol Stephanio, Adrian Roach. Second row, left to right: Ann Vickery, Patricia Dagle, Marily Greely, Sandra Gilie, Jean Hyde, Lois Pickney, Judy Silva, Beverly Vidal, Marilyn Chick, Patricia Rogers, Sylvia Macky, Jocelyn Johnson, Irene Pereira, Beverly Noble, Natalie Balzarini, Marianne Krupski, Elaine Gendreau, Ruth Williams, Carol Dow, Faye Parks. GERMAN CLUB GIRLS CLUB CABINET Left to right: Lorna Purdy, Treasurer; Kay Somers, Vice-President; Betty Head, President; Ellen Smith, Secretary. First row, left to right: Joan DeMarco, Peter Frederick, Roberta Silva, Carla Johnson, Harold Malloch. Second row, left to right: David Whynott, Nancy Hemple, Doreen Pinto ( Marilyn Bruni, Judy Roper, Barbara Gorman, Mr. Whipple (advisor). Third row, left to right: Lazio Kugyni, Robert Viator, Raymond Lawson. ART CLUB First row, left to right: Silvia Mackey, Carol Blanchard, Silvia Lane, Frances Forsburg, Frances Dolloff, Judy Silva. Second row, left to right: Barbara Clark, Suzan Crouch, Nancy Knowles, Judy Bulduc, Louisa Matson, Jane Wagner, Audrey Dukett, Marilyn Thomas, Miss Nugent, Advisor. Third row, left to right: Marilyn Harvey, Lawrence Noco- losi, Earle Hannibal, Laslo Kubinyi, Rosaria Milone, Lucy Martin. STAGE CREW First row f , left to right: Barry Clarke, John Nikola, Manuel dePinho, Pres- ident; Bruce Whilton, Howard Evans. Second row, left to right. John C. Car- ter, Advisor; Paul Frazier, Paul Alper, Coleman Kenzer, Donald Brennen, An- thony Malaquias. Third row, left to right Edward Nowe, David Murphy, Ralph DuLong, John Thompson, Lucian Bouley. NATIONAL THESPIAN SOCIETY First row, left to right: Sally Marshall, Townley Gamage, Suzan Betts, Hilda Bernstein, David Whynott, Anne Lodge, Gail Grandy, Cynthia Brown. Second row, left to right: Mr. Robinson, Ad- visor; Carol Burnham, Patricia Pisten- maa, Louisa Matson, Janet Balcome, Mary Haskils, Jill Babson, Billy Ann Jensen, Harriet Heberle, Gail Beverley, Marie Burns, Silvia Lane, Loretta Cefelo. Third row, left to right: Robert Hub- bard, Lawrence Nicolosi, Robert Davis, Gerald Epstein, Louis Norton, Lemuel Amero, Robert Becker, William Davis, Richard Chibator, Richard Robator, Bruno Modica. BOYS GLEE CLUB GLEE CLUB First row, left to right: Barbara Blick, Barbara Tucker, Connie Coleman, Aurora Corkum, Barbara Waterhouse, President; Patricia Dean, Gertrude Bur- gess, Phyllis Bertolino. Second row, left to right: Barbara Murray, Helen John- son, Gail Grandy, Marjorie Corliss, Lor- raine LaDonna, Carol Moore, Janice Decker, Shirley Banfield, Miss Moor, Conductor. Third row, left to right: Rosemarie Silva, Marilyn Harvey, Sally Goward, Gail LaVie, Carol Blanchard, Judy Bulduc, Barbara Clarke, Lucy Mar- tin. Left to right: Lemual Amero, Joseph Orlando, Dennis Cavanaugh, John Spanks, Manual dePinho, John Nicola, Robert Nicolosi, Lucien Boulay. ORCHESTRA First row, left to right: Ardrith Parady, Betty Head, Eleanor Haupt, Beverly Vidal, Marsha Brown. Second row, left to right: Robert Puff, Conductor; Joseph Moceri, Frank Domingoes, John Spanks, Robert Nicolosi, George Anderson, Ber- nard Amero. Third row, left to right: Charles Piscitello, Dennis Cavanaugh, Lemual Amero, Philip Coull, Gilbert Brown. BEACON STAFF First row, left to right: Marjorie Corlis. Barbara Blick, Anne Pierce, Jane Hen-i derson, Frances Dolloff. Second row, j left to right: Miss Taylor, Advisor; Ellen Egan, Bruno Modica, Roger Davis, Peter ' Anast as, Marion Robertson, Gail Beverly. FFASH First row, left to right: Joan Christen- son, Marilyn Bruni, Jane Henderson, Peter Anastas, Janice Decker, Marjorie Corlis, Carla Johnson, Hilda Bersteine. Second row, left to right: Lucy Martin, Cynthia MacDonald, Judy Hoffer, Kay Somers, Alice French, Judy Amero, Helen Schwartz, Gail Beverly, Sally Marshall, Sally Erwin, Judy Greely. Third row, left to right: Doreen Pinto, Anthony Lovasco, Ronald Atwood, Ron- ald Brown, Paul Alper, Gerald Eptein, James Dorr, Dana Ginn, Marilyn Kavel- las. STEVENS REVIEWERS First row, left to right: Anne Pierce, Jane Henderson, David Whynott, Sally Marshall. Second row, left to right: Jacqueline Dauphinee, Nancy Hempel, William Davis, Peter Anastas, Ellen Egan. Mary Haskins. STUDENT COUNCIL 1 First row, left to right: Louis Norton, Patricia Dean, John Morris, John Ken- | nedy, Jane Henderson, John Main, B etty Head. Second row, left to right: Philip , Ventimiglia, Billy Ann Jensen, Noreen Greely, Charles Fields, Marjorie Corliss, Shiela Ryan, Kathryn Thomas. Third row, left to right: David Murphy, Dana Parsons, Armand Thibodeau, Andre Thibodeau, Hubert Adams, Lincoln Hig- gins, Ronald Mello. C) HONOR BUSINESS CLUB First row, left to right: Barbara Blair, Rosemarie Brancaleone, Josephine Lopic- colo, Eleanor McLeod, Lucy Martin, Program Chairman; Rosemarie Scola, President; Judy Basset, Secretary; Con- stance Coleman, Pricilla Stillman, Bar- bara Murray. Second row, left to right: Joseph Lovasco, Alfred Ina, Marilyn Catalina, Carol Dow, Gloria Tamarindo, Jennie Favazza, Grace Marino, Barbara Waterhouse, Janet Clark, Janice Reed. Third row, left to right Beverly Gray, Judith Belanger, Antoinette Grillo, Sil- via Frade, Ethel Rhodes, Agnes Lin- quata, Patricia Paker, Shirley McDonald, Faye arks, Gloria Madruga, Rose Ciara- mitaro, Faye Parady, Mary Azevedo, Carol Knowles. Fourth row, left to right: Anne Tarantino, Elaine Arsenault, Joan Christenson, Sandra Smith, Mary Parks, Marcia Flaherty, Elizabeth Hendrickson, Rosalie Pascucci, Sandra Gillie, Marilyn Chick, Audrey Walters, Sylvia Mackey, Phyllis Bertolini, Sheila Ryan. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY First row, left to right: Julia Hoffer, Anne Pierce, Hubert Adams, President; Arnold Westlund, Nancy Hietala, Fran- ces Dolloff . Second row, left to right : Barbara Blick, Marjorie Corliss, John Main, Louis Norton, Janice Decker, Nancy Higgins. Third row, left to right David Whynott, Lorna Purdy, Bruce Whilton. PRO AND CON CLUB First row, left to right: Elaine Gendreau, Thimas Anastas, Bruno Modica, Ronald Atwood. Second row, left to right: Rich- ard Alexander, Peter Anastas, Roger Davis, David Murphy, Dana Ginn. SAILING CLUB First row, left to right: Kathleen Thomas, William Hunt, Gail Grandy, Sally Goward, Betty Head, Patricia Dean, Helen Johnson, William Davis, Joseph Palazola, Natalie Pinto. Second row, left to right: Cynthia Mesquita, Barbara Burgess, Doris McCuish, Mari- lyn Hoffer, Marcia Wennerberg, Joanne Perkins, Helen Schwartz, Susan Pit- kanen, Marily Greely, Judith Amero, Nancy Callahan, Gail Beverley, Alice French, Jill Babson, Patricia Pistenmaa, Carol Thomas. Third row, left to right: Nancy Thomas, Carla Johnson, Charlotte Reed, Judy Brown, Bruno Modica, John Bentley, Robert Hale, Robert Davis, Marguerite Gamage, Townley Gamage, Sally Hodge, Hilda Berstein, Doreen Pinto. 52-53-54 CLUB First row, left to right: John Kennedy, Leo Frontiero, Frank Destino, William I Ryan, Robert Pascucci, Norman C. Ross, j Coach; Hubert Adams, Robert Blatch- ford, Richard Santos, Robert Greer, Andre Thibodeau. Second row, left to | right: Kenneth Tolman, David Smith, Salvatore Garrisi, William Gale, Ar- I mand Thibodeau, David Cox, Charles Fields, Robert Silva, Clayton Morrissey, I Anthony Marino. Third row, left to I right: Samuel Lucido, Donald Enos, I James Winchester, William Griffen, I Michael Frigard, Robert Morrissey, An- I thony Palazola, Clarence Shamberger, I Paul Orlando, John Clayton, Francis 1 Cloney, James Ciaramitaro, Robert Rose. I Fourth row, left to right: Donald Fran- I cis, Russell Tupper, Bernard Silva, Carl I Ellis, Lawrence Peterson, Alan Hag- I strom, Sherman Anderton, Alexander I Steven, James Hanrahan, John Whynot, Michael Hickey, John Anderson. I FOOTBALL A , fl Jfjbi ,% ark.fVb GLOUCESTER ROSTER 29. Charles Fields 150 Sen B 82. Kenneth Tolman 130 Soph B 30. Paul Orlando 175 Jr B 81. James Hanrahan 138 Jr B 31. Carlo Lafata 150 Jr B 83. John Clayton 145 Soph B 32. George Frigard 140 Jr C 84. Robert Blatchford 165 Sen E 33. Frank Destino 175 Sen B 86. Hubert Adams 165 Sen T 34. Clayton Morrissey 160 Sen B 87. Donald Enos 140 Soph B 35. John Carter 165 Sen B 88. Andrew Muniz 185 Sen T 36. David Cox 140 Sen B 89. Richard Santos 162 Sen G 37. Anthony Marino 155 Soph G 90. Robert Pascucci 170 Sen G 38. Armand Thibodeau 170 Sen T 91. Francis Cloney 146 Jr B 39. James Winchester 160 Jr B 92. Russell Tupper 157 Soph G 40. James Ciaramataro 149 Jr E 94. John Kennedy 165 Sen C 41. Andre Thibodeau 175 Sen E 95. Sam Garrise 162 Sen G 42. Phil Harman 135 Sen E 96. William Ryan 185 Sen C 43. Charles Meade 155 Jr B 97. R. Stevenson 150 Sen B Sen B 98. Sherm Anderton 210 Jr T 80. William Gale 165 Sen C 99. Leo Frontiera 278 Sen T LYNN CLASSICAL 28 GLOUCESTER 20 Gloucester started the season off poorly. When they finished, they were on the short end of a 28 to 20 ball game played at Manning Bowl under the lights. The only light shining as far as the Fishermen were concerned was Frank Destino who, with his flashing speed tallied for the three Gloucester touch- downs. NEWBUBYPORT 26 GLOUCESTER 40 Gloucester, still on the road and again playing under the lights, took on the favored Newburyport " Clippers”. At the half, Gloucester led 13-6. New- buryport recovered in the second half to take the lead 19-13, but the " Fishermen” were not to be denied and exploded for 21 points in the fourth quarter to overwhelm the " Clippers " Bob Greer received the game ball. SWAMPSCOTT 14 GLOUCESTER 24 In their first home game of the 1953 season Gloucester outplayed a well-drilled Swampscott club 24-14. The main reason for this win was Bob Pas- cucci. He broke through the forward wall of the " Sculpins " time after time making the backs fumble. Frank Destino scored two touchdowns with Bob Blatchford and Jack Clayton adding one apiece. Bill Ryan was give n the game ball. MARBLEHEAD 12 GLOUCESTER 13 These two class " B " king pins were rated even going into the game and, as the score shows, came out fairly even. The score does not tell the whole story, however, as Gloucester’s offense and defense left something to be desired. Marblehead had attained a 12-6 lead at half time. Through the determined efforts of the team, particularly Frank Destino, Gloucester emerged victorious. BEVERLY 25 GLOUCESTER 21 Played at Bertram Field in Salem, Beverly entered the game a heavy favorite. Beverly scored first, but Gloucester engineered two scoring drives in the first half to lead at half-time 14-12. The bewildered Beverly fans urged the " Garden City” boys to score, but Gloucester was first again to score via a sparkling 65 yard broken field run by Frank Destino which had both cheering sections on their feet. From this point on, Beverly, with a much bigger team began to wear down Gloucester ' s defense, and they scored twice to win. Gloucester did not have to take their helmets off to anyone that day, because Beverly knew they had beaten as fine a team as they had played all sea- son. The fans from Salem and Beverly, as well as from Gloucester gave the " Fishermen " a well-deserved cheer. PEABODY 19 GLOUCESTER 39 Gloucester had very little trouble with Peabody and racked up 39 points. The great efforts by Destino, Morrissey, Cloney, Ciaramitary, and Silva contributed to the important victory and made the season’s record 4-2. MELROSE 8 GLOUCESTER 7 This game was the heart-breaker to end all heart-breakers from the Gloucester standpoint. An early break was given to the Red Raiders when they received 2 points on a safety. A Bob Blatchford punt was blocked and Bob recovered it in the end zone only to be hauled down. The game resolved itself into a see-saw battle of defense and the first half ended with Melrose holding a 2-0 lead. Melrose increased her lead to 8 on a touchdown by Cerretani, their hard driving full back. Finally a spark was ignited in the Gloucester offense and a Destino to Blatchford pass accounted for 6 points with the 7th registered by Destino on a kick. With 3 minutes left in the game, Gloucester took the ball on her own 30 yard stripe and moved up to the Melrose 6 yard line only to be stopped by the clock. WAKEFIELD 6 GLOUCESTER 20 Wakefield, fielding perhaps its best team in his- tory, invaded Newell Stadium for the traditional Turkey Day game. Gloucester played its best game of the season as Blatchford scored twice and Destino once. The game was Gloucester’s all the way as the defense completely bottled up the Wakefield highly- geared offense. This marked the last game for many Seniors who include: Co-Captains Hubie Adams and Bob Pascucci, Bob Blatchford, Jack Carter, Dave Cox, Frank Destino, Charley Fields, Leo Frontiero, Bill Gale, Hogan Garrisi, Bob Greer, Butch Harmon, Jack Kennedy, Clayt Morrissey, Andy Muniz, Bill Ryan, Dick Santos, Bob Silver, Armand and Andre Thibodeau. Although this team was not spectacular, it will long be remembered for its fine team spirit, fight, and sportsmanship. Nate Ross was carried off the field on the shoulders of his victorious " Fisher- men”. He was also presented the game ball to com- memorate his 100th victory in school football. Firsr row: Pete Burns, Manager; Bill Griffin, Bob Silver. Jack Kennedy, Bill Gale, Andre Thibedeau, Arinand Thibedeau, Andy Muniz, Co-Captain; Hubie Adams, Co-Captain; Bob Pascucci, Bob Blatchford. Frank Destino, Bill Ryan, Sam Garrisi, Dick Santos, Charles Fields, Bob Greer, A1 Stevens, Sherm Anderton. Second row: Fred Thompson, Jay Parisi, John Courrant, Bernie Silva, Paul Orlando, Ken Toiman, Jim Hanrahan, Dave Smith, Anthony Pallazola, Alan Hagstrom, Leo Frontiera, Jack Carter, Butch Harmon. Dick Stevenson, Dave Cox, Jack Whynot, BoJ Rose, Don Enos, Charlie Meade, Manager Sam Randazza, Head Coach Nate Ross. Third row: Mike Frigard, Jim Winchester, Carlo Lafata, John Clayton, Jim Ciaramitaro, Francis Cloney, Don Francis, David McKay, John Anderson, Mike Hickey, Bob Morrissey, Russell Tupper, Clearence Shamburger, Sam Lucido, Anthony Marino, absent when this picture was taken Clayton Morrissey. 1953 SENIORS First row; Bill Ryan, Bob Blatchford. Frank Destino, Bob Pascucci, Hubie Adams, Sam Garrisi, Dick Santos, Charlie Fields, Bob Greer. Second row; Bob Silva, Bill Gale, Leo Frontiera, Jack Carter, Phil Harmon, Dave Cox, Dick Stevenson. Third row; Andy Muniz, Armand Thibedeau, Andre Thibedeau, Jack Kennedy. Absent; Clayton Morrisey. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD First row: Bruce Beck, Carl Wall, Paul Neimi, Russ Feener, Ron Francis, John Wentzell, Jon Hagstrom, John Parker, Larry Harding, John Connors. Second row: John Flannigan, Dana Morton, Ron Lane, Bob Andersen, Boots’’ Parsons, Norm Ross, Nick Capone, Davit Watson, Nick Demetri, Jack Babson, Coach Karcher. Third row: Dick Gerring, Thomas Boucher, Bob Matthews, Harry Aptt, Joe Peters, Gene Nicastro, Cosmo Pallazola, James Mondello. 73 R ALL i 19 5 3 CHEERLEADERS First row, left to right: Sally Oneil, Judy Whynott. Rear, left to right: Jacqueline Dauphinee, Marilyn Johnson, Beverly Barusso, Judy Currier, Ann Lodge, Cyn- thia Williams, Barbara Blair, Judy Roper, Mary Dolan, Mary Haskins, A--rrr Yea — Coach You Tell Them Hub " Block Your Ears runny: BASKETBALL GHS HOOP-TEAM — Members of the Gloucester High 1953-54 basketball team gather for final team photo. Front row, left to right: Arnie Carrico, Co-Captain Dave Cox, Co- Captain Bob Blatchford, Andy Muniz. Back row, left to right: Sherm Anderton, Allan Stephen, Eddie Nasser, Coach Alfred U. Hagstrom. SENIORS " Cut-Suz " Two Hands Bob " Handy Andy " " Big Bob " 75 Too Bad Sherm Up Boys Get Him In or Out Ballet That’s Mine 76 G. H. S. HOCKEY TEAM Kneeling, left to right: Coach Garron, Carl Ellis, John Kennedy. Second row, left to right: John Whynott, Norm Ross, Dick Clayton, Bill Ryan, Dick Burke, George Frigard, Richard Silva, Phil Harmon. Third row, left to right: Bruce Wilton, Dick Gerring, Robt. Anderson, Paul Fiahlo, Herm Gleason, Jack Babson, Ron Kimmence, Bill Burroughs. Captains and Coach " Fight Bo " Hit Him There It Goes 77 Is It Good? Almost After It Some One Get It No Tripping Bill 78 SCHOOL CHAMPS — The Radcliffe team in the GHS girls ' intramural hoop league went through the entire season un- defeated. Front row, left to right: Ann Gillis, Ann Johnson, Avis Murray and Sira Nicastro. Back row, left to right: Marcia McMillian, Pauline Moses, Mary Burnham, Ann Tarantino and Norma Critchett. SECOND PLACE TEAM First row, left to right: Pat Cameron, Joyce Avila, Betty Rose, Lianne McMillian, Shirley Reed. Second row, left to right: Dot Childs, Marilyn Nasser, Beatrice Muise, Edna Brown. 79 ROTC OFFICERS First row, left to right: Maj. John Kennedy, Lt. Col. Donald Quinn, Col Louis Norton, Maj. Robert Blatchford. Second row, left to right: 1st Lt. Frank Destino, 1st Lt. Robert Brayman, 1st Lt. John Main, 1st Lt. Charles Fields, 1st Lt. Capt. Paul Ryan (Advisor). Third row, left to right: 1st Lt. David Whynott, 1st Lt. Arnold Westlund, 2nd Lt. George Shatford, 2nd Lt. John Ander- s on, 1st Lt. Richard Mello, 1st Lt. Paul Courant. Fourth row, left to right: 1st Lt. David Cox, 1st Lt. Lawrence O ' Maley, 1st Lt. William Hunt, 1st Lt. Albert Moore, 1st Lt. John Orlando. OFFICERS Seated: Capt. Paul V. Ryan. Standing, left to right: Lt. Woodburn J. Mickel, Sgt. Robert Ma- guire, Sgt. Douglas Russell, Sgt Joel Surrell. Michael Feldman, John Carter. G.H.S. BAND First row, left to right: Robert Brayman, Drum Major; Paul Courant, Willard Pike, Anthony Nicastro, David Arnold, Peter Woodman, Bernard Amero, John Giacalone, Robert Shoares, Donald Enos, Lazio Kubyni, Joseph Moceri, Philip Quell, Robert Rose, Steven Nickerson, Sgt. Joel Surrell, Robert Puff, Director. Second row, left to right: Frank Lovasco, Joseph Parisi, Sydney Marchant, John Bently, Benjamin Chianciola, Lemual Amero, Patrick Maranhas, Robert Foley, John LaFond, Richard Frances, Gilbert Brown. Third row, left to right: Charles Hyde, Donald Elliot, Lincoln Higgins, George Anderson, Frank Martin, Frank Domingoes, Robert Anderson, John Latasa, Daniel Strople, John Canalis. Fourth row, left to right: Ronald Parsons, Charles Pisci- tello, Richard Foley, John Spanks, Louis Norton, Ronald Silva, Freeman Sealy, Ronald Brown, Clyde Mallonson, Donald Lane. Fifth row, left to right: John Nikola, Salvator Ciaramitaro, Joseph Ciaramitaro, Howard Evans, Leslie Williams, Charles Hemion, Anthony Malaquias, Joseph Orlando, Robert Nicolosi, Dennis Cavanaugh. BOYS ' RIFLE TEAM First row, left to right: Robert Becker, Theron Klopotoski, John Main, Captain of the team; George Shatford, Lenard Ameral. Second row, left to right: Captain Paul V. Ryan, Instructor; Wil- liam Coull, Robert Davis, Thomas Hardy, William Davis, William 83 Moore. GIRLS DRILL TEAM First row, left to right: Dianne Griffin, Marylin Thomas, Joan Christenson, Elaine Malmi, Connie Boucher, Mary Dolan, Beverly Barrusso, Lt., Diane Jackson, Joan Abrahamson, Jean Abraham- son, Anne Lodge, Carol Souza, Captain Ryan. Second row, left to right: Judy Woodman, Marilyn Kavellas, Nancy Ernest, Mary Haskins, Faye Borge, Patricia Rogers, Marianne Krupski, Marsha MacMillan, Diane Smith, Marian Pistenma. Third row, left to right: Mary Curcuru, Elaine Nickerson, Phyllis Bertolino, Ruth Gibbs, Fernie Lopes, Doris MacCuish, Kathleen Demetri, Mari- anne Linquata, Marilyn Johnson, Marie Byrnes. Fourth row, left to right: Judy Whynot, Judith Currier, Sally O ' Neil, Hilda Bern- stein, Ruth Ojantakanen, Marsha Brown, Ellen Egan, Carolyn Lodge, Judy Roper. GIRLS ' RIFLE TEAM First row, left to right: Lorna Purdy, Nancy Higgins, Betty Head, Helen Johnson, Ruth MacLeod, Gail Grandy. Second row, left to right: Gail Beverly, Nancy Callahan, Barbara Main, Judith Bas- sett, Sally Hodge, Doris MacCuish, Sally Erwin. Third row, left to right: Carol Brooks, Marilyn Hoffer, Elaine Malmi, Lois Purdy, Patricia Pistenmaa, Christine Rogers. l VllilONfi, Vf oahun SMoent is! H’5 n (MtMSltR I GIK4.S H IFLE TI ifln 1 r h Compliments of . H. S. ACTIVITIES Art Club 52-54 Club Chess Club French Club Spanish Club Stage Crew Girl’s Rifle Team National Honor Society Honor Business Club W WILLIAM 6. BROWN COMPANY tP CAPE ANlft SHOPPING CENTER SINCE 1886 It Isn’t What You’ve Been Taught’ . . . It’s What You’ve Learned That Really Counts After 68 years at this business of storekeeping here at Brown s ( and 88 years at Shepherd’s), we’ve learned one thing above all else . . . THAT WERE HERE TO PLEASE YOU! We’ve learned to use your wants as our yardstick. So why not shop where you have been the teacher? WILLIAM G. BROWN CO. SHEPHERD ' S MARKET § Compliments of FRIENDS OF THE HOSPITAL 86 ' sy- ' sy ' jy- ' sy ' sy ' -O ' S ' ' S sy Compliments of AMERICAN LEGION Compliments of GLOUCESTER AUTO BUS COMPANY BEST WISHES FROM SEARS NiiMlr 205 Main Street Telephone 1 300 GLOUCESTER Coinpliments of GLOUCESTER POLICE ASSOCIATION Compliments of National House Furniture Company SALEM BEVERLY GLOUCESTER Compliments of BOULEVARD SWEET SHOP § 88 BOSTON - PROVINCETOWN - NANTASKET BEACH and MOONLITE CRUISES Youth and Group Rates Wilson Line of Mass., Inc. ROWES WHARF BOSTON — HUBBARD 2-1000 Gordon M. Smith Gen ' l Passenger Agent The Captain’s Table Harold N. Pike Best Wishes for Success Open Year Around ESSEX, CONN. Sherwin-Williams Paint Company BEST OF LUCK TO THE CLASS OF 1954 Bob’s Haberdashery Freeman Shoe Co. Reilly Motor Co., Inc. Compliments of Compliments of GLOUCESTER ' When Better Cars are Built BU1CK will build them” Whitehead Buiek Company, Inc. Compliments of Best Wishes to the Class of 1954 Cape Ann Ticket Dr. Earle R. Andrews and Label Co. Dr. N. Abbott Hooper PRINTERS Photo-Olfset Dental Office R. C. Tarr R. W. Tarr 48 Pleasant Street Gloucester, Mass. 222 Eastern Ave. GLOUCESTER Phone 2686 Compliments of Compliments of Consolidated Faulk Bros. Lobster Co., Inc. MASON CONTRACTORS World’s Largest Distributors of Lobsters BOSTON GLOUCESTER Henderson and Johnson, Inc. Manufacturers of Interior and Exterior House Paints 121 DUNCAN STREET GLOUCESTER 90 Compliments of ATLANTIC FISHERMEN’S UNION Compliments of CAPE ANN BOARD OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS Babson Elwell Davis, Inc. Elwell Insurance Agency Gus Chekares Cunningham Kerr Salvatore J. Favazza John A. Johnson, Inc. Eliot W. Lovett G. Everett Mahony, Inc. Frank V. Oliver Presson Insurance Agency Bob Smith Carroll K. Steele 91 CONGRATS TO YOU , " Guys and Dolls’ ' of ’54 . May Your Years Be the Longest — Your Happiness Strictly the Tops. IteGmc rtx Cml Iumbe Co. The Building Cznter 43 DUNCAN STREET GLOUCESTER COMPLIMENTS of A FRIEND Established 1909 CAPE ANN MANUFACTURING CO 92 E. H. BICKFORD, INC. Wholesale Fruit and Produce 20 Maplewood Ave. Tels. 416 4323 Compliments of NORTH SHORE THEATRE Compliments of FRIEND STREET MARKET CLEVELAND FUNERAL HOME Mrs. Harry G. Cleveland , Main St. Essex, Mass. Phone Essex 210 DOUGLASS PHARMACY Allerton Douglass, Reg. Pharm. Telephone 3330 ' 24 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of JOHN’S VARIETY STORE Magazines - Toys - Candies and Sundries 61 WASHINGTON ST. Compliments of PAT’S CENTER GROCERY Free Delivery Phone 3437 Compliments of HARBOR COVE FISHERIES § IVAN’S ESSO STATION IVAN MUISE Compliments of HARDY’S FARM ESSEX, MASS. Producer of Top Quality Table Eggs GULF STATION ESSEX, MASS. LANES GARAGE Power Mowers — Garden Machinery 22 Leonard St. ANNISGUAM Compliments of PROGRESSIVE FISH WHARF Compliments of HANNIBAL A. NUNES BERTOLINO BROTHERS BAKERY 15 Commercial St. Gloucester, Mass. Telephone 2719 GOOD LUCK, SENIORS NATIONAL BUTCHERS COMPANY Compliments of KYROUZ’S SHOE REPAIR Studebaker Sales and Service G. ELLIOT CARR Phone 2300 1 34 Railroad Ave. Gloucester Compliments of WOODRUFF’S SERVICE STATION Compliments of WILLIAM FRANCIS J. D. GORMAN REFRIGERATION Commercial - Domestic 101 2 Mt. Vernon St. Gloucester 2833 " BLUE SEAL PAINTS” CURTIS-TURNER CORP. 447 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of ART JEWELERS Trucking, Moving, Storage, Delivery ANDY’S DELIVERY SERVICE Telephone 3601 -W 19 Pearl Street Gloucester 1 94 | HARADEN HOUSE A. KILBY GOVE | x Gifts for All Occasions GULF § Gas and Oil y ?14 Leonard Street Annisguam 132 Washington St. y Compliments of Compliments of | ROGERS ISINGLASS GOLDMAN’S EAST END 1 § | AND GLUE CO. DEPARTMENT STORE | | § Compliments of | J Compliments of § | ARMSTRONG SHOE CO. § GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES ? Compliments of Compliments of | | J. RAYMOND SMITH FERNWOOD GROCERY | £ Compliments of Compliments of k | D. 0. FROST COMPANY CUNNINGHAM PAINT CO. | r 33 Maplewood Avenue Gloucester 55 Main Street, Gloucester X Coal — Oil — Motor Stoker — Oil Burner Shoes — Rubbers — Tennis — Hosiery § JOHN ALDEN-GRIFFIN ? I COMPANY, INC. ENDICOTT-JOHNSON 4 95 96 ELISE CUTLER, FLORIST for Fine Flowers and Tropical Fish 4 CENTER STREET Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of RAINBOW GIRLS Compliments of GLOUCESTER CHILDREN’S SHOP 138 Main Street Telephone 3990 Compliments of STERLING DRUG STORE Compliments of TALLY’S AUTO SALES Compliments of ROY REEDS’ GARAGE DESOTO - PLYMOUTH DEALER 67 East Main Street Telephone 1348 Compliments of A FRIEND Compliments of DEMOLAY BOYS Compliments of DEMARCO’S CLEANSERS AND DYERS 103 Washington Street Compliments of L. E. SMITH PLUMBING - HEATING Compliments of GRAY’S PHOTO SUPPLIES PHOTO SUPPLIES 97 5 y s Compliments of Compliments of i § DICK’S SHOE SHOP f 9 Center Street O’CONNELL VARIETY i 1 Meyer A. Rutchick A. Myer Rutchick Compliments of 2 GLOl C ESTER PAINTS CO. PETER’S AT ROCKY NECK | 211 E. Main St. Tel. 4472 1 Makers of Fine Trousers J Best Wishes to Class ji Special Rates to Students of 1954 i § § § Compliments of Compliments of | GAY BROOK GARAGE CO. CONNORS PHARMACY $ Western Ave. Essex, Mass. 3 112 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. | CORLISS BROS. INC. Compliments of § FLORISTS AZVEDO’S RADIO SALES | 1 Pine Street Gloucester, Mass. 9 Proctor St. Phone 581 Phone 2121 4 ? For the Tastiest Snack in Town Visit y CARILLON MARKET jj John Alden Quality Foods ? THE CUPBOARD 135 Prospect St. Gloucester, Mass. ? STAGE FORT PARK Tony — Amy — Jerry — Marlene Compliments of Compliments of k DR. WALTER J. POWERS ESSEX LOBSTER HOUSE | 98 v Compliments of A Guaranteed Watch to Fit Every Pocket book jj i KAREM’S BLANCHARD | JEWELER § ARMY AND NAVY STORE Registered Jeweler American Gem Society Compliments of Compliments of | PRODUCER’S FISH COMPANY ADASKO’S CLOTHING STORE § § § £ Compliments of l ! Compliments of I J | VICTORY BEAUTY SALON § SWIFT JEWELERS | FOSTER’S ESSO STATION THE ANGORA SHOP f £ 107 Eastern Ave. Yarns — Sweaters — Jewelry j Accessories and Notions § Complete Lubrication and Oil Change S and H Green Stamps given on everything £ purchased 92 Main St. Essex, Mass. £ Telephone 482-4 y £ Compliments of Compliments of y | DICK’S SHOE SHOP ROBERT’S | ? 9 Center Street YOUR HAIRDRESSER | Compliments of Compliments of P. N. HODGKINS WOODMAN’S DINER | ? CHEVROLET DEALER y Maplewood Ave. Gloucester ESSEX, MASS. | 99 Compliments of DR. ROGER R ARSON MULLER’S PHARMACY Karl Muller Gerald Muller Reg. Pharm. 1 390 Main St. Gloucester, Mass. Phone 1011 Compliments of MARGUERITE MANCHESTER, MASS. Compliments of Gloucester National Bank GLOUCESTER GEORGE K. RODGERS CO. Jewelers and Opticians 1 50 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Compliments of PERRY S MARKET RAILEY’S SOCONY STATION SOCONY PRODUCTS 96 Summer St. Manchester, Mass. Phone 134 Compliments of HOOPER’S GROCERY MANCHESTER, MASS. Compliments of HENRY THE HATTER MARGARET R. WRIGHT STATIONER Greeting Cards and Gifts For All Occasions PHILIP WINE SHOES For the Entire Family 103 Main Street Gloucester, Mass. Phone 4343 m e ykte m Congratulations and the best of luck! We at Loring are proud of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photo- graphs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your life! We hope that, just as you have chosen us as your class photographer, you will continue to think of Loring Studios when you want photographs to help you remember other momentous days to come! When you choose Loring portraits, you are sure of the finest craftsmanship at the most moderate prices! LORING 0 STUDIOS New England ' s Largest School Photographers direct sales personal service original layouts g 5 Jjjfc i art service s £ retouching composition mechanicals vl halftone and line negatives film and plate stripping plate making offset printing folding complete bindery service packaging new york me 5-4112 OUR SPONSORS Mr. and Mrs. Rider Abrahamson East Gloucester Pharmacy Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson Dr. Charles Herrick Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Adams Hodges Battery Aune’s Yarn Shop Robert J. Joplin, M.D. Mrs. Louis J. Barusso Dr. Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Lisle Bassett Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Morach Rear Admiral R. Blick Mr. and Mrs. Otto V. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blatchford Nugent’s Dr. Broder Dr. Francis Powers Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bulduc Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. 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