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MM I S®§S mk mm H«|WP taflAMfl o The Flicker Published, by the Class of 1959 Gloucester High School Gloucester , Massachusetts These Three Graduating With Us. As we the class of 1959 become alumni of Gloucester High School, we wish to dedicate our yearbook to Miss Margaret C. Tufts, chairman of the Guidance Department, and to Heba Brynjolfs and Wilton Tongco as rep- resentatives of the American Field Service. During her twenty-two years here, Miss Tufts has devoted a great deal of her time in helping the stu- dents through high school and after school. We wish, therefore, to express in this way our deepest gratitude for the time and service which she has so generously given. Miss Tufts has given her time not only to the school, but also to the work of the American Field Service. Thus we also dedicate this FLICKER to all the exchange students who have attended and will attend Gloucester High School. We specifically recognize Heba and Willie but we also remember all the other American Field Service students we have known. We should like to present a review of this year as seen by them, in order that we might all remember Gloucester High School. Theme In this FLICKER, we have as our theme the presentation of the school to Heba and Willy, our two exchange students. In doing this, however, we have attempted to give to all the class a book which will serve as a re- minder of their senior year and their classmates. We hope house will give out more than a " Flicker " of memory of people we have known this year. ' - Sli! Mm ■ Wm Presenting Our Foreign Students " Walk together, talk together, O ye peoples of the earth; then and only then shall ye have peace. " This, the motto of the American Field Service, is one which might well be adopted by all. Through living with other people and learning their different customs, the students participating in this scholarship program learn about others and erase their prejudices. These students who will have prominent places in their countries will be able to lessen world strife in future years. We, the students of Gloucester High School, hope that auring their stay here, Heba Brynjolfs and Wilton Tongco will take back to Iceland and the Philippines a clearer understanding of America and her people, and will convey to others their impressions. We also wish to thank them for showing us another way of life, and hope that the work done by them and their fellow students will make " Peace on earth, good will toward men " a reality rather than an ideal. 6 Administration Our Guiding Hands To the Class of 1 959: You are your country ' s, your state ' s, your com- munity ' s, and your parents ' investment for the future. The world today is only thirty-six hours large. The essential for survival is the development of a world in which skilled and dedicated citizens who are mor- ally and spiritually strong are willing to devote this new found power to the advancement of mankind rather than to its destruction. Yours is a tremendous responsibility. You are leav- ing high school during the most critical era that the world has known. You, and the hundreds of thou- sands of your counterparts in all of the high schools in our country, are going to determine the eventual outcome of the struggle for good or evil which exists today. It is a tremendous responsibility to place on shoulders as young as yours, but in this instance there is no alternative. As you leave Gloucester High School, your paths will separate in different directions. For some it will mean a continuation of formal education; for others, entry into what will be your life vocation, and for many of the boys, the armed services. Whatever the path we can only hope and trust that you will apply yourselves to the utmost of your capabilities to the end that you will have the realization that your con- tribution is your maximum effort. You take with you the traditions of a great high school. Make those who follow proud of you. Sincerely, L. MUNRO GRANDY Superintendent of Schools MR. J. STANLEY THOMPSON Assistant Superintendent of Schools 8 Our Principal s Greeting To the Class of 1 959: It has been a pleasure to have had you in high school during these past four years. You have been a most friendly and cooperative class. Your problems have been somewhat like those of previous classes, and somewhat different; you have been a " transitional " class. That is to say, one of the many sharp turns which have characterized the history of America has been reached almost as you came to the end of your public school course; therefore, you have had to make adjustments which your predecessors did not have to make. Despite these changes you have kept your heads and your balance. You have taken things in stride. Edu- cation could not have selected a finer group with which to implement her new demands. It has been fun to have you here. Now you are ready for the next big step. Good luck to you in every adventure you meet. ARTHUR N. SMITH Principal Mr. Smith ' s secretary, Miss Olive G. Hodgkins, is kept busy with the many things Mr. Smith must do. Vice-Principal and Director Vocational School The Vice-Principal serves as an administrative assistant to the Principal, working in many different areas and on varied projects which may be suggested and initiated by the Principal. Routine duties embody discipline, responsibility for supplies, admin- istraton of mid-year examinatons, and the detailed work of making a master schedule. Here Mr. Winslow S. Parkhurst is dictating to his secretary. Miss Catherine T. McEachern. To the Graduating Class of 1959 Trees have no umbrellas when it rains or storms. Your educational training these past four years has provided you with a shelter against the constant tattooing of the vicissitudes of life. Remember, a well trained homing pi- geon always returns home. A job well done remains with its executor, adding to his stature, a member of his community. Democracy does not owe any individual a living, rather you as individuals, fortu- nate to be living in a free society, owe democracy a full measure of development of your potential so this gift of freedom can be passed on to your descendants un- blemished. Sincerely yours, HAROLD B. GEARY Director, Gloucester Vocational School 10 Guidance Department Helps Us In and Out of School The duties of the Guidance Counselors, Miss Margaret C. Tufts and Mr. Leon Sprague, are numerous and varied. They help students in their subject selection since both constants and electives are included in the curriculum. Test programs which determine individual aptitude and interest are administered by the Guid- ance Department. The counselors, when they feel that students are not performing to capacity, as judged by past achievements and test results, help the students with their difficulties. Occasionally, personal and so- cial problems enter the picture. Miss Tufts and Mr. Sprague must advise students having one of three ob- jectives in mind: school, college, or work; therefore, they must be aware of changing requirements in schools and colleges. The Guidance Department maintains a vt complete file of catalogues of schools and colleges. Files of vo- cational literature are also included among information available in the Guidance Office. With Extracurricular Activities We Find Much to Do. Miss Marjorie H. Gale is the Director of Extra- Curricular Activities. The extracurricular program of Gloucester High School, which includes departmental clubs, hobby clubs, debating contests, school plays, musicals, literary publications, as- semblies, and such groups as the Student Council and the Honor Societies, offers all pu- pils an opportunity to participate under teacher supervision in these activities, as well as opening new fields of interest, promoting worthy use of leisure time, giving pupils a chance for self-expression, and providing the opportunity for coordination of mind and body. We Are Grateful to These People Librarian of the Fellows Library is Miss Dorothy A. Londergon. There are approximately thirty- five hundred books available to the students, as well as a picture and pamphlet collection. The library also contains a record collection and numerous magazines. Miss Winifred E. Ross, the school nurse, main- tains an office in the school infirmary. Stu- dents who become ill during the day may go to the Health Suite where they are well taken care of. Miss Helen W. Morton is the head of the Gloucester High cafeteria, which serves well- balanced, appetizing meals on every school day. Operating on a non-profit basis, the cafe- teria offers to many students who work there, the opportunity to gain experience. for Their Help in Our School Life The floormasters of Gloucester High are Mr. Winslow S. Park- hurst, Mr. J. Vincent Elmer, and Mr. Vernon C. Hooper, for the first, second, and third floors re- spectively. Such areas as tardiness, absence, and discipline come un- der their control. It is the job of the floor supervisor to see that all matters on his floor run smoothly. 12 We First Must Learn Our Own Language STANDING: Nancy L. Smothers; Jane A. Carroll; Willis K. Smith; William E. Kane; Richard C. Ber- geron; Benjamin A. Little; Ann Darby; Mrs. Marilyn Clark. SEAT- ED: Eleanor W. Beebe; Marjorie H. Gale; Claudia Perry, Dept. Head; Mrs. Elizabeth H. lamb; Charlotte Taylor. To present a program so diversified that it will meet the various needs and goals of all the pupils at Gloucester High School is the aim of the English Department; however, in addition to the material planned for the individual pupil there are general skills stressed in all classes: writing and speaking with clarity and ef- fectiveness, as well as reading with understanding and appreciation. A supplementary teaching aid offered occasionally throughout the year is the series of lectures given by Miss Barbara Wriston, lecturer to schools from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. It is the sincere hope of the English teaching staff that graduates of Gloucester High School will feel that their experiences in the English classroom have been rewarding ones. Then We Attempt Others In the language depart- ment under the direction of Miss Mildred E. Frost- holm, a student has the opportunity to study Span- ish, French, German, or Latin. The language classes give the student a means of communicat- ing everyday needs, which he might put to use at home or in travel- ling, as well as discover- ing the great literature written in his chosen lan- guage. The development of the skills of under- standing, speaking, read- ing, and writing is stressed in the instruction of modern languages. Also emphasized is the understanding of customs and culture of other na- tions which is very neces- sary in today ' s world. Mr. J. Vincent Elmer; Miss Mildred E. Frostholm, Department Head; Mr. John Perakis; Mr. Theadore A. Hersey; Mrs. Doris B. Baer. 13 X Is the Sine for Math The Math Department, under the direction of Mr. Alfred U. Hagstrom, offers the students courses in both elemen- tary and advanced math- ematics. The student, through a selection of General Math, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trigonometry, and Review Math, can find a course suitable to his specific needs, wheth- er for a college prepara- tory course or for a gen- eral knowledge of math. Mr. Manuel F. Martins; Mr. John E. Caniff, Jr.; Mr. Alfred U. Hagstrom, Department Head; Mr. B. Augus- tus Nunes, Jr.; Mr. Joseph E. Manger, Jr.; Mr. Aarne A. Frigard; and Mr. Harvey M. Korobkin. Science Is Nearly Out of This World It is the intent of the Science Department, under the direction of Mr. Robert W. Card, to arouse general interest in science with the hope that more students will select science for their life work, to show the methods which scientists employ in seeking out new knowledge and in solving problems which arise in areas which are already familiar, to impart the body of scientific knowledge necessary in comprehending our pres- ent environment and in following developments in this scientific age. The courses offered are Gen- eral Science, Biology, College or Practical Chem- istry, and College or Practical Physics. Mr. John F. Cosgrove; Mrs. O. Myrtle Wardrup; and Mr. Thomas J. Hardacre; Biological Science. Mr. Robert W. Card, Depart- ment Head; Mr. Robert Karcher; Mr. Paul E. Bradstreet; Mr. Paul A. Nickas; and Mr. Thomas J. Hardacre; Physical Science. 14 History Is “OF” This World — Wk f It - If The Social Studies De- partment, under Miss Rosa- lynde Hammons, offers courses in History, Geog- raphy, Civics, and Econom- ics. Through studying the history of his own and other countries, the student is better prepared to meet the responsibilities in our democracy. Also, the stu- dent is able to understand the current events and their significance through a knowledge of the past. The chief aim of the department is to offer to the students a general knowledge of history which enables him to have a better under- standing of today ' s world. FRONT ROW: Mr. Irving Robbins; Miss Rosalynde Hammons, Department Head; Mrs. Phyllis P. Marsh; and Mr. John E. Lopes. BACK ROW: Mr. Richard J. Aitobelli; Mr. John C. Carter; Mr. Gerald A. O ' Neil; Mr. Frand E. Blomberg. Systematic Methods Characterize Business BACK ROW: Miss Beatrice H. Christopherson; Mrs. Ethel Mills; Mr. Norman C. Ross; Mr. Alge J. Vai- tones. FRONT ROW: Mrs. Shirley M. La France; Mr. Harvey M. Kerobkin; Miss Olga Williams, Department Head; Mr. Gerald Lever; Miss M. Evelyn Oliver. Pupils, enrolled in the Business Education Depart- ment, under the direction of Miss Olga Williams, are trained in the skills neces- sary for employment in business offices. Through this course, the graduates are ready to enter directly into employment as typists, stenographers, bookkeep- ers, machine operators, and general clerks. The students are also prepared to enter into further education in their field. 15 Home Economics , the Women ' s Job Areas of study includ- ed in the Home Eco- nomics courses, taught by Mrs. Barbara J. Bradstreet and Miss Priscilla L. Cobb, are Foods, Clothing, Household Management, Household Equipment, Child Care, Marriage and Family Relations, Money Management, Grooming, Household Tailoring, Tai- loring for ' the Family, Pat- tern Construction, and In- terior Decoration. Mrs. Bradstreet and Miss Cobb believe that their course contributes in a unique manner to one of the important goals of education. This subject, centered on home activi- ties and relationships, en- ables the student to as- sume the responsibility of homemaking intelligently. and Vocational Training for the Men. Boys who enter the Vocational School practice what they have learned by attending classes for one week and working in the shops on the alter- nate week. They may train to become auto me- chanics, carpenters, elec- tricians, machinists, print- ers, or sheet metal work- ers. Upon completing their training at the Glou- cester Vocational School, these boys may enter di- rectly into industry. 1 Wk ■ a • V f 16 Mr. Harvel R. Vail; Mr. Leo Amero; Mr. John F. Budrow; Mr. Harold B. Geary, Director; Mr. Kenneth E. Stickney; Mr. Raymond C. White; Mr. Frederick T. Flattery; Mr. Gaspar J. Lewis, Jr.; Mr. James J. McLough- lin; Mr. George Perry. Our Eyes Are Trained With Art; The principal purpose of the Art Department, under the direction of Mr. Howard A. Curtis, is to develop an interest in the arts. The students will thus continue to seek self-expression as adults, adding to the en- richment of life. The three main areas of the Art Department concern instruction in the fields of fine, applied, and indus- trial art. and Our Ears With Music. Miss Eleanor F. Moore is head of the music department which offers to upperclass students a course in Music Appreciation. Also under the direction of Miss Moore are the Glee Clubs, A Cappella Choir, and Gen- eral Chorus. Mr. Robert E. Puff leads both the High School orchestra and the well-known Gloucester R. O. T. C. Band. BACK ROW: Mr. Kenneth E. Stick- ney; Mr. Vernon C. Hooper. SEATED: Mr. John E. Lopes; Mr. Howard A. Curtis, Dept. Head; Miss y ary J. Nugent. A source of great pride and tradition in Gloucester High School is the Reserve Officers Training Corps. Its primary purpose is to give its cadets and cadet officers a fundamental knowledge of military science and tactics. The R.O.T.C., however, has many other advantages: it instills in the cadets a sense of pride in themselves and in their country, develops the qual- ity of leadership, makes available a wider range of sports, and gives a healthy respect for discipline and authority. Seated: Capt. James W. Curtis, Jr., and M Sgt. Douglas S. Russell. Standing: SFC Frank A. Pettengill and SFC Stephen G. Kinner. Director of Athetics and Head Football Coach at Gloucester High School is Mr. Nor- man C. " Nate " Ross. Included in the wide variety of sports offered are football, track, basketball, golf, tennis, cross-country, sailing, and wrestling. Miss Nancy Currie is the instructor of the girls ' physical education program, a course which is com- pulsory for freshman and sophomore girls. Sports of- fered to them under this program are basketball, bad- minton, tumbling, bowling, and volleyball. Mr. Joseph Orange is the instructor of the boys ' physical education program. A varied sports program is offered, which includes calisthenics, volleyball, basketball, and others. ■ Seniors my ' mrmmkm sCkw « :!%$ , ' k i •‘A ' Jr-sati ' J®tn y y» ' ■ y 1 i.MJ dLi ntJI- g jg flrM 1 k ' j ' r“tr f 1 Br Im ' !■ Heba and Willy , We Welcome ROBERT L. OGINZ. Nickname: Bob. Interests: All-girl Classes; Talking. Activities: Vice Pres. Student Council 4; Psychology Club 2; Debater ' s Club 3; Flash 2; Nat ' l Thespian Soci- ety 3; Honor Business Club 4; Glee Club 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Corporal 4; Squad Leader 4; Honor Guard, Pla- toon 2, 3. Honors: Pres. Sen- ior Class; City Official (Mu- nicipal Day); Junior Rotarian. Ambition: To smile all the while and make the while worth a smile. WILLIAM H. FLYGARE. Nick- name: Bill. Interests: DeMolay; Drums; Music; Guitar. Activ- ites: Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President; Corporal 2; Sgt. 3; Officer 4; Band Commander 4; Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; All- Northeastern Mass. District Band 4; Acting Drum Major 3. Ambition: To lead a suc- cessful military career. SARA ANN WORTH. Nick- name: Sal. Interests: Dancing; Waterskiing; Music; Judo; Pi- ano; Art; Skating; Chi Rho; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones. Ac- tivities: Senior Class Secretary; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4; FLICKER 4; Floormaster ' s Assistant 3, 4; New Jersey-Cheerleader 2; Girls ' Athletic As. 2. Ambition: To be of worth. JOAN GOLDTHWAITE. Nick- name: Jo. Interests: Sailing; YPF; Skating; Rainbow; Swim- ming; Vineyard Sailing Camp; August 22, 1958. Activities: Class Treasurer 4; FLASH 1, 2, 3, 4; Athletic Office 2, 3, 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Calendar Committee 4; Service Club 3, 4; Junior Usher 3; French Club 4; Biology Club 4. Ambition: To travel abroad after getting my college de- gree. As representatives of our class, the class officers greet Heba Brynjolfs and Wilton Tongco at the front of the building. Missing is president, Robert Oginz. 20 You to the School JUDITH NANCY ADAMS. Nick- name: Judy. Interests: Roller skating; Dancing; Music; De Molay; State Balls; December 25, ' 57; Those Girls; " ABE. " Activities: Art Club 1; Sports 1, 2; Bowling 1. Ambition: To become a nurse. JUDITH MARIE ALLEN. Nick- name: Judie. Interests: Skat- ing; Swimming; Dancing; Feb. 9, 1958; Those Girls; " MIKIE. " Activities: Room Supervisor 210. Honors: Junior OAT. Am- bition: To remain as happy as I am now. KATHLEEN EVA ALLEN. Nick- name: Kiki. Interests: Skating; Dancing; Bowling; Cars; Swim- ming; Rainbow; June, 1958; Those Girls; " GEORG! E. " Ac- tivities: Sports 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Bowling 1. Ambition: To marry a man as fine as my father. SANDRA JEAN ANDERSEN. Nickname: Sam. Interests: Dancing; Music; Sailing; Can- teen; Bowling; Swimming; Skating; Writing Letters; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones; Phil. Activities: French Club 1, 2; Bowling Club 1, 2; Flash 2; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Usher 3; FLICKER Committees 4. Ambition: To understand. CHARLES O. ANDERSON. Nickname: Chazz. Interests: Drums; Golf; Rock ' n Roll. Activities: Bank 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; President 4; Psychology Club 2; Student Council 4; Prize Squad 3; Corporal 3; Sgt. 3; Sgt. 1st Class 4. Am- bition: To explore the depths of the ocean. GERALDINE ANDREWS. Nick- name: Geri. Interests: Music, Art; The Symphony; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Glee Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; A Cap- pella Choir 3, 4; National Thespian Society 1: Flash 1, 3; Beacon Collector 1, 2; Jun- ior Usher 3; Honor Business Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Class Ring Committee 2; FLICKER Art Editor 4. Ambi- tion: To be an idealist. JOSEPH F. AMERO, JR. Nick- name: Joey. Interests: Fishing; Shooting; Archery; Swimming; St. Ann ' s CYO. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; Vocational Club 2, 3, 4; ROTC Corporal 2; Sgt. 3; Prize Drill 2. Ambi- tion: To succeed in the field of electronics. JOHN ANGELSON. Interests: Music; Cars; Girls; Swimming; Skating; Boating. Activities: Band 1; Corporal 4; Vocational Club. Ambition: To become a successful carpenter or cab- inet maker. 21 Together We Have Worked LELAND ASPESI. Nickname: Lee. I n t e r e st s : " Merc " ; Strong ' s Gas Station; Good Harbor; SUE. Activities: ROTC Officer 4, Sgt. 2; Prize Squad 2nd Place 2; ROTC Sports. Ambition: To be a success. PAMELA C. AUDITORE. Nick- na me: Pam. Interests: Trav- eling; Sunshine and oranges; Shopping; Music; Tennis; Un- derstanding People; Miami " 59 " ; Autumn Leaves. Activ- ities: Intramural Sports 1; Li- brary Assistant 3; Beta Beta Biology Club 4. Ambition: To find my place in life. MARGARET J. AZEVEDO. Nick- name: Peggy. Interests: Talk- ing; Reading; Badminton; Fri- day nites; Table 5. Activities: Lunch counter assistant 1 , 2; Flash reporter 3, 4; Typist 3, 4; Teacher ' s sec. 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 4. Honors: OAT; OGA; Complete Theory; Typ- ing, Shorthand, Bookkeeping awards. Ambition: To take that talked of trip to New York. PAUL BAGLEY. Nickname: Bags. Interests: Stamps; Hot Rods; Swimming; " 40 Dodge " ; Judy Merchant. Am- bition: To be a draftsman. MARY LOUISE BAIN. Nick- name: Mary Lou. Interests: Boxford; Going to New Jer- sey; Swimming; Boating; Tra- veling; " Newyear ' s Eve 1957 " ; Those T-Birds; " The Great Pretender. " Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Serv- ice Club 3, 4; Room Super- visor 210—3, 4; Honors: Jun- ior OAT; OGA; Bkkp. Award; Typing Speed Test; Ambition: To be a good executive sec- retary. PHILIP BARKHOUSE. Nick- name: Phil. Interests: Cars; Hunting; Skating; Swimming; Girls; March 16; Boys in the Automotive Shop; Lillian. Ac- tivities: Vocational Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become a mechanic. GERALDINE BARRETT. Nick- name: Gerry. Interests: Music; Skating; Bowling; Youth Fel- lowship; Bible Club; Friends Far and Near; Pizza-Parties; Fun-Fun-Fun; Table 6. Acti- vities: Teachers Secretary 4; FHA 4; Flicker Committee; Girls Sports 1, 2; Office As- sistant. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To have many friends always. PETER BEARSE. Nickname: Pete. Interests: Hi-Fi; Jazz in Classics; Math; Physical Sci- ence; Reading; Lynn. Activi- ties: Flash 2, 3, 4; Steven ' s Reviewers 2, 3, 4, President 4. Honors: Book Prize 2; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. Ambition: To combine science and philosophy. 22 and Played PAIGE BECK. Nickname: Becky. Interests: Bowling; Ice Skating; August 22, 1954; Table 3; Larry. Activities: Serv- ice Club 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports; FHA 3, 4; Supervisor of 210 3; Teacher ' s " Secretary 3, 4. Honors: OAT; Time Test Award. Ambition: To live, love, laugh, and be happy. NANCY BECKER. Nickname: Nan. Interests: Letter - writ- ing; April 8, 1958; Table 4; Us neat ones; Eddie. Activi- ties: Library Assistant 2; Floormaster ' s Assist 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Bowl- ing Team 3; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honors: OAT. Am- « bition: To be an efficient sec- retary. BERNICE LILLIAN BELCHER. Nickname: Bunny. Interests: Boating; Skating; Bowling; Swimming; Table 6; May 4, 1957; Fernwood Bunch; Phil. Activities: Future Homemak- ers of America; Teachers Sec- retary 4; Office Assistant 4. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambi- tion: To see him graduate from college. PHYLLIS BERTOLINO. Nick- name: Phyl. Interests: Danc- ing; Music; Skating; Novem- ber 16, 1957; Us Neat Ones, Side by Side; A Certain Someone. Activities: Girls ' Drill Team 3, 4; FHA Vice- President 3; Archery 1 , 2; Bowling Team 1; Service Club; Flicker Committee 4. Honor: Junior OAT. Ambition: To live, laugh, and be happy. Is Physics work or play? With Mr. Card it ' s usually both! 23 and Laughed and Cried Seniors share their fun as well as their troubles with teachers. SUSAN RHODA BOARDMAN. Nickname: Suzie. Interests: Dancing; Swimming; Skating; Football; Talking; Eating; Us Neat Ones; Little One. Activi- ties: Gloucester; Beta Beta Bi- ology Club; Future Nurses of America 4; FLICKER Photog- raphy Committee 4; St. Mary ' s Class Secretary 1, 2; Basket- ball 1; Cheerleader 2, 3; Art Club; French Club 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. Ambition: To be a medical technologist. THEODORE PETER BOURNEUF. Nickname: T. P. Interests: Hockey; Skating; Lynn Arena; Sailing; West Gloucester Rink. Activities: Honor Guard 2; Corporal 4; Hockey 4. Ambi- tion: To see the world in peace instead of pieces. SARA ROSS BROOKS. Nick- name: Sally. Interests: Truk- iye; A. F. S.; Iceland; Japan; Music; Sumner Tunnel; Uit- lausu Fjorburarnir. Activities: FLICKER Editor 4; American Field Service Chairman; Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, Secre- tary 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Na- tional Thespian Society 1, 2; Stevens Reviewers 2, 4; Sec- retary 3; French Club 2; Treasurer 3; Psychology Club Treasurer 2; Flash 1, 2; Jun- ior Volunteers 1; Debating Club 3; Office Assistant 1, 3. Honors: AFS Scholarship to Turkey. Ambition: To Further Peace. DAVID BROSNAN. Nickname: Shags. Interests: Pool; Cars; Swimming. Activities: Voca- tional Club 2, 3, Vice Pres- ident 4; Football 1. ROTC Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, Ser- geant First Class 4. Ambition: To be a machinist in the Navy. 24 and Played HARRIETT JEANNETTE BROWN. Nickname: Brownie. Interests: Dancing, Swimming, Cars; ' 55 Ford; Us Neat Ones; Skip. Activities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; FLASH Reporter 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Cafe- teria 1, 2. Honors: Shorthand awards for 60 and 80 w.p.m for five minutes; Complete Theory; Bookkeeping Pin and certificate. Ambition: To be a " Top-Flight " Secretary. JOAN TODD BROWN. Nick- name: Miss Brown. Interests: Music; Dancing; Skating; Hock- ey; Swimming; Sailing; Talk- ing; HAPPY DAYS; an AMER- ICAN. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; FLICKER Advertising and Su- perlative Committees 4; Bi- ology Club 4; Junior Usher 3, 4; Class dues Collector 4f Lat- in Club 1, 2; Nat ' l Thespian So- ciety 1, 2; Sailing Club 1. Ambition: Something to do, something to love, and some- thing to hope for. RONALD D. BROWN. Nick- name: Brownie. Interests: Sports; Dancing; Models; Man- chester Skin Diving; MYF; BETH. Activities: Baseball 3; Captain 4; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Ten- nis 2. Ambition: To get ac- cepted at the college of my choice. HRAFNHILDUR HEBA BRYN- JOLFS. Interests: AFS; People; Correspondence; Swimming; Dancing; Chess; Skiing; Au- gust 7, 1958; Vitlausu Tjorbur- arnir. Activities: Glee Club 4; Spanish Club 4; Chess Club 4; ICELAND: Gagntraeda Skoli; Austurbaejar; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Editor of Blysict 4; Activi- ties Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. Honors: An exchange student from Iceland. Ambition: To be a good representative of my country. MICHAEL H. BUDROW, JR. Nickname: Smack. Interests: Hot Rods; Dragnetters Club; Swimming; Bowlirg; Skating; Sport Cars; Speed Boats; Mo- torcycles; Basketball; Hockey; ' 40 Ford Coupe; The Magno- lia Gang; Bettyjane. Activities: Vocational Club 2, 3, Pres. 4; ROTC CpI. 2, Sgt. 3, Ltd. 4. Ambition: To become a state trooper. EDWARD L. BURKE, JR. Nick- name: Eddie. Interests: Boats; Cars; Dancing; Racing; No- vember 28; The boys from the Auto Shop; Geri. Activi- ties: Second Lieutenant. Ambi- tion: To be an automotive mechanic. ROBERT HENRY BURKE. Nick- name: Bob. Interests: Music, Violin; Singing; Painting; Fig- ure Skating; Swimming; Lud- wig. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3,. 4; " Broadway Bound, " " Good News " North- eastern Music Festival. Ambi- tion: To become one of the top architects in the country. JOAN BURR. Nickname: Joni. Interests: Canteen; Bowling; Walking; Swimming; April 19, 1958; The Gang; Bill. Activ- ities: FLICKER Committee 4; Teacher ' s Sec. 4; Library As. 4; Intramural Sports 1. Hon- ors: OAT. Ambition: To some- day find the right step to- wards happiness. 25 We First Worried About Heba learns better English in Miss Gale ' s C block class. MARION FLORENCE CAMP- BELL. Nickname: Campbell. Interests: Swimming; Dancing; Bowling; The Junior Globe- trotters; " MAC. " Activities: Cafeteria Assistant 1; Intra- mural Sports 1; Ambition: To live, love, laugh, and be happy. KATHLEEN MAUREEN CANIL- LAS. Nickname: Maureen. In- terests: Dancing; Bowling; Making Blueberry Pies; Can- teen; That " gone " ' 53 Chrys- ler; New Jersey-1 tes; " HAR- PO. " Activities: Honor Busi- ness Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Girls ' Sports 1, 2; FLICKER Typist 4. Honors: junior. Senior OAT; Junior OGA; 1000 Word Complete Theory. Ambition: To live a long and happy life. SALVATORE PAUL CARBON- ARO. Nickname: Sam. Inter- ests: Basketball; Swimming; Dancing; ROTC; 1958 Foot- ball Jamboree; The Gang; DEBBIE.. Activities: Basketball 1; German Club 2, 3, Treas- urer 4; Honor Guard 2, 3; National Thespian Society 4; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 4. Honors: 2nd place prize squad 3; Haskell Drill 3, 4; Individual Drill. Ambition: To attend college and enjoy the fi ner things in life. CAROL ANN CARDOS. Inter- ests: Stenciling; Swimming; Old Fords; Making coffee; Writing Letters; Oct. 8, 1957; " BOB. " Activities: Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To have greatest happiness of the greatest number. 26 Your Language Difficulties JOYCE HELEN CARDOZA. In- terests: Rainbow Girls ' Coun- selor; Camping, Canoeing; Knitting; Dancing; Bowling; Senior Scouts; . Wynona and Four Winds. Activities: Bowling League 2; Library Assistant 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Faculty Secretary 4; Junior Volunteer 4. Honors: OAT Award. Am- bition: To become a Regis- tered Physical Therapist. JAMES CARPENTER. Nick- name: Sarpie. Interests: Hunt- ing; Cars; That ' 58 Nash Ram- bler; The Army; Kay. Activi- ties: Vocational Club 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To attend Massachu- setts Radio and Television School. WILLIAM J. CARPENTER JR. Nickname: Bill. Interests: Sports; Dancing; Swimming; Digging Essex Clams; Manches- ter; Sue. Activities: Baseball 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Basketball 3; Football 4; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4; Honor Guard 2. Am- bition: To live a wealthy, healthy life. ANNETTE G. CARTONI. Inter- ests: Skating; Swimming; Trav- eling; Pen-Pals; Flappers; Les Jeunes Filles; Dickie. Activi- ties: Beta Beta Biology Club 4; FLICKER Class Roll Com- mittee; Prophecy Committee; Girls ' Rifle Team 2; Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. Ambition: To at- tend Katherine Gibbs. PHILIP CASEY. Nickname: Ca- sey. Interests: Electricity; The Army. Activities: Vocational Club 3, 4. Ambition: To be a good Electrician. RICHARD LEO STUART CHANE. Nickname: Dick. Interests:. Bag- pipes; Model Soldiers; Bee- thoven; Mozart; and Bach; British and German History; German Lit. and People; CYO; A party at Jones ' ; Sons of the Lowenouau Lions. Activi- ties: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, pres- ident 4; German Club 3, vice president 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To beat Mr. Hersey in a game of chess. JOEL WILLIAM CHAPMAN. Nickname: Joe. Interests: Hunting; Fishing; Sports; Aq- ualunging; Boating; Girls; Pete. Activities: Track 3, 4; Baseball 1; CpI. 3; Sgt. 4; Honor Guard 3; Prize Drillers 4; Cross Country 4; ROTC Sports. Ambition: To enter the Air Force Academy. FRANK J. CHIARAMITARO. Nickname: Butch. Interests: Girls; Cars; Money; Music. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To become a lawyer. 27 Then We Found You RONALD T. CLAY. Nickname: Ronnie. Interests: Hunting; Sports; Fishing; Cars. Activi- ties: Rifle Team 2, 3, 4; ROTC Corporal and Squad Leader. Ambition: To travel to Alaska MELINDA E. CLUETT. Nick- name: Linda. Interests: Paint- ing; Hockey; Swimming; Skat- ing; Volkswagens; Rainbow Girls; Y.M.C.A. Club; Design; Sculpturing; Us Neat Ones. Ac- tivities: Biology Club 4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Home Room Bea- con Collector 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Discussion Group 4; FLICKER Advertising Committee 4. Am- bition: Something to do, some- thing to love, and something to hope for. RONALD D. CLUETT. Nick- name: Ronnie. Interests: ROTC Sports; Hunting; Sailing; Swim- ming; Canteen 1958-59; Elinor. Activities: Prize Squad 2, 3; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; Of- ficer 4; Tumbling 1. Honors: Prize Squad 2, 3; 2nd Place Prize Squad 3; Haskell Drill 2, 3; Individual Drill 3; Hon- or Platoon 2, 3. Ambition: To attend Mass. Maritime Acad- emy. IRENE COCOTAS. Interests: Dancing; Talking; April 13, ' 57; Les Jeunes Filles; EDDIE. Activities: Latin Club " 2; French Club 3, 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4; FLICKER Class Roll 4; Pro phecy Committee 4. AMBI- TION: To attend Fisher Junior College. This English class doesn ' t seem too worried about their gram- mar. Prehaps mid-years are still a long way off. 28 About Ours JEAN E. CODINHA. Interests: Football; Skating; Swimming; Dancing; Tennis; Writing and Receiving Mail; CYO; Laugh- ing; November 23, 1957; Us Neat Ones; JACK. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Future Teachers of America 4; Biology Club 4; Service Club 2; Class Dues Collector 4; FLICKER Commit- tee; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Li- brary Ass ' t 2. Ambition: To accept with patience and tol- erance whatever life has in store for me. EARLE B. COLLINS JR. Nick- name: Dude. Interests; Swim- ming; Shooting; Rock-n-Roll; Girls; Skindiving; Money; Sea Explorers; Keystone ' s in Vic ' s Cellar; The Corbas; Alfred E. Newman. Activities: Football 1, 2; Sailing Club 3; Rifle Team 2, 3; Vice President 4; ROTC CpI. 3; Sgt. 4. Ambi- tion: To succeed in life and retire a millionaire. MARCIA ELLEN COLLINS. Nickname: Marsh. . Interests: " 76 " ; Rowing; Dancing; Foot- ball; Cheering; Us Neat Ones, BOBBY; Oct. 25, 1956. Activ- ities: Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Right Guide 4; Spectacular Squad 2, 3, 4; Main Office Ass ' t. 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, Head 4; FLICKER Superlatives. Am- bition: To have HIM change my name, but not my initials. JUDITH COLSON. Nickname: Judi. Interests: Dancing; Mu- sic; Canteen; YPF; November 23, 1956; The Gang; PETE. Activities: Glee Club 3, 4; Nat ' l Thespian Soc. 3, 4; Jr. Volunteers 3, 4; Stevens Book Reviewers 2, 3, Treas. 4; Bi- ology Club 4; French Club 4; Floormaster ' s Ass ' t 3, 4; FLICKER 4. Ambition: To get my R.N. NORMA L. CONRAD. Nick- name: Sheba. Interests: Horse Riding; Dancing; Swimming; Skating; ' 50 Blue and White Olds; OBBIE. Ambition: To earn enough money to travel. ROBERT COSTA. Nickname: Frog. Interests: Girls, Electron- ics; Cars. Activities: Vocationa.l Club 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2; Honor Platoon 4; Individual Drill Squad 4; Corporal 2, 3, Sgt. 4. Ambition: To attend Massachusetts Radio and Tele- vision School. CAROL ELIZABETH CREIGHT- NEY. Nickname: Creight. Inter- ests: St. Ann ' s Color Guard; Walking; Knitting; Canteen; Just Having a Good Time; June 7, 1958; 4 yr. Club; Library Ass ' t 1; FLASH 1, 2; Archery 1, 2, 3; Sports 1, 2- Osherette 3, 4; Service Club 4; Teacher ' s Sec. 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, Vice Pres. 4; FLICKER Committees Cal- endar and Prophecy. Honors: Jr. OAT and OGA; Book- keeping Award. Ambition: To be a successful and efficient secretary. CARLA CROCKER. Nickname: Sam. Interests: PAUL; August 3, 1958; Les Jeunes Filles; Dancing; Boating; Skating; Reading. Activities: Jr. Usher 3, 4; French Club 3, 4; Bi- ology Club 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4; FT A 4; FLICKER Commit- tees, Class Roll, Prophecy 4. Ambition: To attend college, teach, and travel. 29 In Fact , We Seniors Always Doug Whynott has a friendly chat with Mr. Sprague. What are you worried about, Doug? JEAN N. CUNNINGHAM. In- terests: Swimming; Dancing; Golfing; Hockey; Tennis; Chi- RHO; CYO; Skating; Us Neat Ones; Those Flings; Bagle. Ac- tivities: Spanish Club 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Service Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; FLICKER Superlatives Committee 4. Am- bition: To understand and be able to resist temptation. CHARLES ROBERT CUR URU. Nickname: Bob. Interests: Football; Florida Sunshine; Activities: Football 1, 2, 3; Co-Captain 4; Basketball 2; Track 2; Boys ' Club 3; Voca- tional Club 2; " 55-58 " Club; Baseball Manager 3; ROTC Sergeant 2; 1st Sergeant 3; Officer 4; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4, ' 56 Team; ' 59 Mavericks; " Marsh. " Ambition: To change her name but not her initials. GRACE ANN CURCURU. Nick- name: Gaye. Interests: Pajama Parties; CYO; Chi-Rho; Foot- ball and Basketball Games; Those Music Boxes; Christmas Eve, 1957. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Flash Typist 3, 4; Supervisor 210 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; FLICKER, Cal- endar Committee; Honors: Junior OAT; Speed Typing Award; Shorthand Complete Theory; OGA; 60 word Short- hand Award. Ambition: To master the art of being on time. SANDRA JEANNE CURCURU. Nickname: Sam. Interests: Chi-Rho; Dancing; Football Games; Canteen; Driving; Us Neat Ones. Activities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Usher 3, 4; Archery 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Service Club 2, 3, 4; FLICKER Superlatives Committee. Honors: Junior OAT; Shorthand Award; Jun- ior OGA. Ambition: To live a long and happy life. 30 Worry About Something FRANK A. D ' AMICO. Nick- name: Frankie. Interests: Shoot- ing; Girls; Breaking 280; Din- ner from the Sarge; Summer- time on the " Ida and Joseph " ; The Boys. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, President 4; Cor- poral 3; Sergeant 4; Track Team 1. Honors: Individual Drill Medal 4. Ambition: To attend the technical college of my choice. MARY JANE DAVIS. Nick- name: M. J. Interests: Danc- ing; Hockey and Football Games; Chi-Rho; CYO; Driving; Skating; Boating; July 16, 1958; Us Neat Ones; Johnny. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 1, 2; FLICKER Calendar Com- mittee 4; Dance Committee 4; Teachers ' Secretary 4. Honors: Jr. OGA and OAT; Complete Theory; Bookkeep- ing Award. Ambition: Live as long as 1 want but not want as long as I live. FREDERICK LAWRENCE DEA- CON. Nickname: Fred. Inter- ests: Swimming; Baseball; Basketball; Hockey; DeMolay; Music; Ruthie. Activities: Chess Club 1, 2; Corporal 2, 3; Officer 4; Orchestra 1 , 2, 3, 4; Cashier 3, 4. Honors: Na- tional Honor Society 4; Junior Rotarians 4. Ambition: To fur- ther my education. NATALIE ANN DECOSTE. Nickname: Nat. Interests: Chi- Rho; St. Ann Color Guard; Canteen; Skating; Dancing; CYO; Us Neat Ones. Activi- ties: Honor Business Club 2, 3, Tresaurer 4; Service Club 3, 4, Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; FLICKER 4; Archery 1, 2; FLASH Typist 3, 4. Honors: Junior and Senior OAT; Jun- ior OGA; Shorthand Pin; Bookkeeping Pin; 60 Word Shorthand Award. Ambition: to live a long and happy life. STEPHEN FOSTER DEXTER. Nickname: Steve. Interests: Trying to dance; Cars; Water Skiing; Sports; Newspaper Clippings on local doings (high school); 4 Conant Ave- nue; Too late kids. Activities: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Rifle Team 2, 3, Treasurer 4. Ambi- tion: To make and keep a lot of friends. KATHERINE K. DIGBY. Nick- name: " Tawny. " ■ Interests: Chi-Rho; Driving; Writing; Receiving mail; Tennis; Skat- ing; Bowling; Tuna Fishing; April 27, 1958; Us Neat Ones; Donny. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Tennis Tourna- ment 1; Beta Beta Biology Club 4. Ambition: To take the right step in the right di- rection. ANNE MARJORIE DIONNE. Nickname: Annabelli. Inter- ests: CYO; Skating; Chi-Rho; Canteen; Dancing; Football Games; Belmont Weekends; Us Neat Ones. Activities: Hon- or Business Club 2, 3, Pres- ident 4; Student Council 3; Main Office Assistant 3; FLASH Typist 3, 4; Teacher ' s Sec- retary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; FLICKER 4; Biology Club 4. Honors: Junior OAT; Jun- ior OGA; Senior OAT; Book- keeping Awards. Ambition: To see the world as a stewardess. MANUEL P. DOMINGOS III. Nickname: Butch. Interests: Music; Swimming; Water Ski- ing; Chabacco Lake; " Senior Winners " ; Gayle. Activities: Flash Photographer 2; Indi- vidual Drill 3; Prize Squad Drill 2, 3; Haskell Drill 2, 3; Honor Platoon 2, 3; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4; Lieutenant Colonel 4. Honors: Outstand- ing Sophomore of the Year 2; Third Place Individual Drill 3; First Place Prize Squad 3, First Place Haskell Drill 3. Ambition: To attend a military college. 31 What Will We DOUGLAS E. DUKETTE. Nick- name: Duke. Interests: Pigeons; Pool; Sally. Activities: Voca- tional Club 2, 3, 4; ROTC Basketball; Tennis 1. Ambition: To have money. JOSEPHINE BECKLEY EGAN. Nickname: Jo. Interests: An- nisquam Jr.; Yacht Club; Sail- ing; Us Neat Ones; Pears ' n yellow bugs; CYO. A ' ctivities: Flash 2; French Club 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, Com- mander 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Supply Room Asst. 4; Main ff ice Asst. 2, 3; Spanish Club 1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4; National Honor Society 3, Librarian 4. Ambition: To teach in secondary schools. CARL EKBORG. Nickname: Moby. Interests: Swimming; Dancing; Driving; Car; Sail- ing; Skating; Anything and Everything; X Block 105-207; Shaving the General; Mickey ' s Esso Gang; Whitey. Activities: Football 1; Basketball 1; Hon- or Guard 2, 3. Ambition: To get into the Frogmen. KEITH ELWELL. Nickname: El- vis. Interests: Religion; Phi- losophy; Rock ' n Roll; Peg- gers; Vic ' s; ZENS. Ambition: To be enlightened. Jean Cunningham tries to find the answer to the most im- portant question of all, what to do after graduation. 32 Do Next Year ? ANGELA GRACE FAVALORA. Nickname: Angie. Interests: Jazz; Canteen; Dancing; CYO; Reading; Walking; Nov. 7-8. Activities: Beta Beta Biology Club 4; Flicker Calendar and Prophecy Committees 4; Na- tional Thespian Society 3, 4; Honor Business Club 3; De- bating Club 3; Beacon Col- lector 3, 4. Ambition: To go around the world in eighty days. PETER S. FAVAZZA. Nick- name: Pete. Interests: Doreen; 59 Mavericks; the egg fight; Sports; Dancing. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- ball 1, 2; Corporal 3, Ser- geant 4. Ambition: To make something of myself. STANLEY E. FEENER, JR. Nick- name: Stan. Interests: DeMolay; YMCA Girls; Civil Defense; Sports; Church. Activities: ROTC corporal. Ambition: To make the most of life ' s op- portunities. PAUL MARSHALL FISCHER, JR. Nickname: Paul. Interests: Carla; DeMolay; Scuba Diving; Playing Bass; Hockey; Danc- ing; Essex. Honors: First Place Squad 3; Junior Rotarian 4. Activities: Psychology Club 2; Beacon Photographer 3, 4; Flash Photographer, Columnist 3, 4; Prize Squad 3, Individ- ual Driller 4; Honor Guard 2, 3; Sergeant 4; Corporal 3; Sergeant First Class 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To suc- ceed through college. WILMA MARY FOSTER. Nick- name: Willie. Interests: Danc- ing; Skating; Swimming. Hon- ors: Junior OAT. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Junior Usherette 3, 4; Debate Club 3, 4; Student Secretary 4; Lunch Counter Assistant 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To live a full life. DEANNA FRANCIS. Nickname: Dolly. Interests: Those Pizza Parties; Table 6; PYF Bible Study; Bowling; Skating; Danc- ing; Fun! Fun! Fun! (The club that never was); " DON- NIE. " Honors: OAT Award. Activities: FLICKER Committee; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4. Am- bition: To attend IBM School. LINDA LEE FRANCIS. Nick- name: Lin. Interests: Flirting; Dancing Friday nites; Table 5 Honors: OAT, OGA; Complete Theory; Gregg Typewriting, Shorthand Speed Certificates; Bookkeeping Awards. Activi- ties: Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Club 2, 3, 4; Teacher ' s Sec- retary 3, 4; Flash Typist 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Archery Club 2. Ambition: To take that talked of trip to New York. GEORGE E. FRENCH. Nick- name: Faooo. Interests: Driv- ing; Baseball; Hockey; MYF; Grange; Working; The Flap- pers; Les Jeunes Filles. Ac- tivities: Baseball Team 3, 4; ROTC Sports 2; Track Team; Sergeant 4; Int ramural Base- ball and Baske f ball. Ambition: To be a salesman. 33 How Will We WILLIAM B. FRITZMEIER. Nickname: Fritz. Interests: Rifle Team Matches; The Human Mind; Paper Bags. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3, Captain 4; Flash 1, 2; Psychology Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Thespian Society 1 , 2, 3, 4; French Club 2, 4. Honors: Sawyer Medal 2; Nat ' l Honor Society 3, President 4; Major George H. Morse Jr. Award 2; All- State Band 3; District Band 4. Ambition: To make the hu- man mind the purpose of my life. ANNA JOSEPHINE FRONTIE- RO. Nickname: Shorty. Inter- ests: Dancing; Knitting; Bowl- ing; Weekends; Wishes; Ser- geant ' s Party ' 58; Us Neat Ones Side by Side; AL. Ac- tivities: Archery 1, 2; FLICK- ER 4; Service Club 3, 4; FHA 3; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Hon- ors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To be a secretary to that ac- countant. IDA FRONTIERO. Nickname: Pompadora. Interests: Music; Hummers; Letters; Antique Fords; Pennies; May 8, 1958; Ye ole onion, you bet! TIN- KER! Activities: Archery 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Li- brary Assistant 3; FLICKER Committee 4; Flash 4. Ambi- tion: To live each day for whatever life may bring. JOSEPHINE A. FRONTIERO. Nickname: Jo-Ann. Interests: Skating; Tennis; Swimming; Dancing; Bowling; Writing and Receiving Letters; June 8, 1956; Us Neat Ones; GAP. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Ser- vice Club 3, 4; FLICKER Com- mittee; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To grow with wisdom as the years roll on. MARCIA LEE ANN FRONTIE- RO. Interests: Dancing; Bowl- ing; Music; Canteen; Rome; Annisquam; That Suntan; Us Neat Ones; Cheering; Nov. 28, 1958; Swimming; Hockey Games; Summertime. Activi- ties: Nat ' l Thespian Society 1, 3, Secretary 4; Archery 2; Service Club 3, 4; Junior Usherette 3, 4; French Club 4; Cheerleader 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To fulfill my dream. MARY ANN FRONTIERO. Interests: Weekends; Summer- time; Bonfires; Letters; Old Things; HiFi; Shopping; Shops; Angora Kittens; A Rainy Day. Activities: Archery 1, 2; Intra- mural Sports 1; Library As- sistant 3; FLICKER Committee 4; Calendar; Flash 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4. Ambition: To have many " joys too exqui- site to last, yet even more ex- quisite when past. " HERBERT MARTIN GARDNER. Nickname: Herb. Interests: Printing; Popular Music. Ac- tivities: Benjamin Franklin Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 3, President 4; Junior Municipal Day School Committee Member 3; Band 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To further my education in printing. SALLY ANN GILLIS. Nickname: Sal. Interests: P. J. Parties; Cheering; Football; Basket- ball; Hockey; Bowling; Swim- ming; Dancing; Dragnetter- ettes; Making Brownies; Writ- ing and Receiving Letters from my Marine! June 13, 1957; RALPH. Activities: Floormas- ter ' s Assistant 1, 2; Assist. Seer. 3; Secretary 4; Cheer- leader 3, 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4; FLICKER Calendar Com. 4. Honors: OAT; OGA; OBE; Bookkeeping and Short- hand Awards. Ambition: To someday make him happy. 34 Stay Thin? Marcia Mai left and Carol Luf- kin sell candy to Sam Car- bonaro, Reggie Jackson, and Melinda Cluett, Weighty de- cision, Linda? Watch out, Carol, for that person behind the door with the hand! STANLEY GLEASON. Nick- name: Stan. Interests: Chess; Fishing; Cars; Languages; Bil- liards; ' 57 Chevy Truck; The Lowen-brau Lions; ROSA. Ac- tivities: German Club 4; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To visit Hofnrau- haus in Munich , Germany KENNETH H. GOUIN. Nick- name: Kenny. Interests: Skin- diving; Sports; Music; Saxo- phone; Cute Girls; The Car; Black Wednesday Study; The Keys Orchestra; A Cute Fresh- man; The Lowen-brau Lions. Activities: ROTC Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. Ambition: To find my natural abilities and to live off them. R. PETER GOULART. Nick- name: Pete. Interests: Track; ROTC Band; DeMolay; Water- Skiing; Hockey; Shaving the General; Moby Dick and the Gang. Activities: Track 2, 3, Captain 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Asst. Drum Major; Sailing Club 2, 3; Nat ' l Thespian Society 3, 4; CpI. 3, Sgt. 4, Sgt. 1st Class 4. Honors: 1958 Rotary Mile Medal. Ambition: To be- come a Marine Aviation Cadet. STEPHANIE GREEN. Nickname. Steph. Interests: Sailing; Swim- ming; Music; Reformist; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Sail- ing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; French Club 4; Latin Club 2; Class Ring Com. 2; Class Roll Com. 4, Ambition: To see the world as an Airline Stewardess. 35 What Will We Wear DEBORAH GREGORY. Nick- name: Debbie. Interests: Swim- ming; Sailing; Music YPF; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Sail- ing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3, President 4; Flicker Class Roll Committee; Glee Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Dues Collector; Spanish Club 3; Psychology Club 2; Junior Usher. Ambi- tion: To get my M.A. in psychology. DIANE SARGENT GRIFFIN. Nickname: Griff. Interests: Swimming; Skating; Bowling; Knitting; Dancing; The Hos- pital; White Bucks; Happy Half a Dozen. Activities: Girls ' Ri- fle Team 2; Teacher ' s Sec- retary 4; Flicker Committee 4. Honors: Junior OAT; Junior OGA; Bookkeeping Contest Award. Ambition: To go to comptometer school. NANCY LEE GRIFFIN. Nick- name: Griff. Interests: Danc- ing; Rowing; Skating; Cheer- ing; Laughing; Football; Can- teen; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones; Jim. Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4; Spectacular 4; Flicker Committees 4; Service Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Bus- iness Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4. Honors: Jun- ior OAT; Senior OAT; Junior OGA; Bookkeeping Award; Filing Award. Ambition: To LIKE and be LIKED. EMILY ANN GRUPPE, Nick- name: Em. Interests: Rainbow; Skating; Swimming; Boating; YPF; That troublesome eel grass! Activities: Flash 1, 2, assistant editor 3; Co-editor 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 4; Jun- ior Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4; Steven ' s Reviewers 2, 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Voc. Of- fice 3, 4; Flicker Literary Com- mittee. Ambition: To achieve a satisfying niche in this world. RONALD HALLETT JR. Nick- name: Wease. Interests: Golf; Hockey; Cars; ROTC; Billiards; The Boys and Mouse. Activi- ties: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Hockey 2, 3, 4. Honors: Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. Ambition: To play professional hockey in the winter and professional golf in the summer. FRANKLYN B. HAMILTON. Nickname: Ham. Activities: Baseball 1. Honors: Honor Guard 1, 4. Ambition: To make loads of money. RUTH ANN HAAAMOND. Nick- name: Woofie. Interests: Hair- dressing; Bowling; Cars; Camp- ing; Dancing; Skating; Photog- raphy; Driving; Swimming; Pen Pals; Thursday; 2nd lunch; Wee Two; DICKIE. Activities: Art Club 1; Archery 1; Girls ' Tumbling and Apparatus Club 4. Ambition: To be remem- bered by my classmates. THOMAS HANDRAN. Nick- name: Tom. Interests : East Gloucester Square; West Glou- cester Forum; Sports; Decem- ber 7, 1941; " 59 " Mavericks; Miss Z. Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1. Ambition: To go into the construction business. 36 to the Party? Everyone enjoys parties, es- pecially the grand march. GAIL FRANCES HANNIBAL. Nickname: " Gaye. " Interests: Dancing; Two Tone Plymouth; " Good News " ; " Broadway Bound " ; Pajama Parties; Au- gust 8, 1 956; " 59ers " on Table 4; " ARNIE. " Activ- ities: Badminton; Tumbling 1, 2; Beacon Advertising 3; Bea- con Collector 1, 2; Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 4; FLICKER Com- mittees 4; Archery 1, 2; Dan- cer in Glee Club shows 2, 3; FLICKER Collector 1. Ambi- tion: To go to Wilfred Acad- emy. HELEN HART. Nickname: Mel- lonheacf. Interests: Swimming; Skating; Dancing; Bowling; Nights after the fourth; The Fernwood Bunch. Activities: FHA 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Beacon Advertiser 4; Honors: Junior OAT; Typing Award. Ambition: To be hap- py and get along with ev- eryone. PHILIP E. HARVEY JR. Nick- name: Phil. Interests: Cars; Boats; Bowling; Water Skiing; May 4, 1957; " BUNNY. " Ac- tivities: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice President 4. Ambition: To go to college. GEORGE HASTINGS. Nickname: Bud. Interests: Boats; Water Skiing; ' 41 coupe; Rockport Legion Band; Jazz; Golf; CYO; Sunday Mornings; Lowenbraw Lions. Activities: Band 1, 2; Orchestra 1; ROTC Basketball; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To be happy with all the money I ' m going to make. 37 How Can We Help MARGARET COLLEEN HER- RICK. Nickname: Peggy. In- terests: Reading; Arguing; Eat- ing; Music; Table 8. Activities: Service Club; Stevens Review- ers 4; French Club 4; Biology Club 4; Student Council 3; Future Teachers of America 4; Flicker Photography Commit- tee 4. Ambition: To become an elementary teacher. ELIZABETH ELAINE HILL. Nickname: Betty. Interests: Dancing; Swimming; Skating; ' 55 Olds; Laughing; People; July 5, 1957; ' 59ers on Table 4; ADO. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Art Club 1, 2; Girls ' Basketball 1, 2; Class Secretary 1 . Honors: OGA Shorthand; OAT. Ambition: To go to secretariat school. ELLEN FAYE HOLMBERG. Nick- name: Ell. Interests: Dancing; Swimming; Skating; ' 51 Chevy; November 15, 1957; ' 59ers on Table 4; MAC. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Ar- chery 1, 2; Library Assistant 1 . Honors: Order of Artistic Typists; Order of Gregg Art- ist; Typewriting Speed Award. Ambition: To be around when that certain electrician lights up the world. MEREDITH HOPKINS. Inter- ests: Reading; Crafts; Arguing with certain friends about triv- ial matters; " F " Block. Ac- tivities: French Club 2, 3, 4; German Club 4. Honors: Prix d ' Honneur; French 1, 2. Am- bition: To be successful after graduating from college. JUDITH CAROL HOBBS. Nick- name: Judy. Interests: Classi- cal music; Dancing; Writing; USS Fairview; Maplewood Park Gang; Hae. Activities: Biology Club 4; Lunch Coun- ter Assistant 1, 2, 3; Beacon Solicitor 4; Basketball 2. Am- bition: To write a best sell- ing novel. WILLIAM HOFFER. Nickname: Bill. Interests: Swimming; Wa- ter Skiing; Sports; Cars; Par- ties; Homework; Girls; Dig- ging; August 26; ' 59 Maver- icks; Miss " X. " Activities: Football 1, 3, 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4; ROTC Prize Squad 2, 3; Honor Guard 2, 3; Haskell 3; Saber Drill 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; Honors: Medal 3; Prize Squad. Ambition: To earn my master ' s degree in engineering. MICHAEL P. HOWARD. Nick- name: General. Interests: Rock ' n Roll; Girls; Horseback rid- ing; Aviation. Activities: Prize Drillers. Ambition: To join the Air Force. BETTY HUDSON. Nickname: Beep. Interests: The Unholy 4; St. Ann Color Guard; Cradle Snatchin; Canteen; the Kids; Walking; just having a good time; RW 4; Four Year Club. Activities: Beta Beta Biology Club 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Serv- ice Club 4, Usherette 3, 4; Li- brary Assistant 3, 4; FLICKER Committees. Honors: Book- keeping OBE; Shorthand OGA; OAT Typing Award. Ambition: To always be as happy as I am now. 38 the Team? JOAN MARIE HURLBURT. Nickname: Joni. Interests: Dancing; Bowling; Skating; December 14, 1 958; Happy- Half-a-Dozen; RALPHIE. Ac- tivities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; FLICKER Typist 4; Office Assistant 4; Honors: Junior and Senior Or- der of Artistic Typing; 100 Word Complete Theory; Jun- ior Order of Gregg Artists; Filing Award. Ambition: To be a successful secretary. SALLY A. HYDE. Nickname: BOFX. Interests: Stenciling; Writing Letters; Swimming; Skating; Making Coffee; May 26, 1957; DICK. Activities: Intramurals 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Ambition: To cast my bread upon the waters and to find it after many days. ESTHER ELIZABETH JACOB- SON. Interests: Skating; Swim- ming; The Car; Jukebox; Hap- py-Half-a-Dozen; HUGH. Activ- ities: Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 4; Junior Usherette 3, 4; FLICKER Typist. Honors: Filing Award; Junior Order of Gregg Artists; Junior Order of Ar- tistic Typists. Ambition: To make others happy. DAVID ARTHUR JOHNSON. Nickname: Dave. Interests: Grave Digging Job; Females; Electronics; Guns; Swimming; Cars; Boats; Fixing 1952 Fords; ' 52 Ford; The Fellows. Activities: Honor Guard. Am- bition: To get a good-paying job in electronics in California. What goes on here? Where ' s the ball? 39 What Will We Do RUDINA LI ISA JOHNSON. Nickname: Dina. Interests: Those cups of coffee at the Sweet Shop; Real Gone Rock and Roll Sounds; Plinking with my rifle; Guns; Clamming; Skating. Activities: Girls ' Rifle Team 2, 3, Captain 4. Ambi- tion: To walk in the quiet and beauty of the woods. BEVERLY JONES. Nickname: Bev. Interests: Swimming; Skating; Traveling; Mu- sic; Flappers; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Intramural Sports 1 , 2; Beacon 1 , 2, 3, Co-Editor 4; Girls ' Rifle Team 2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Spanish Club 3, 4; Junior Usher 3; Student Council Al- ternate 2, 3, 4; FLICKER Class Roll and Literary Committees; Main Office Assistant 4; Na- tional Honor Society 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4. Ambition: To go to college, then see the world. KENNETH S. JOYCE, JR. Nickname: Ken. Interests: Football; Swimming; Music; Cars; Boats; " Fabulous 48. " Ambition: To become a cap- tain in the Merchant Marine and to see the world. DONALD KANGAS, JR. Nick- name: Donnie. Interests: Boat- ing; Hunting; Fishing; Hockey. Ambition: To further my ed- ucation. NANCY JEAN KELLY. Nick- name: Kelly. Interests: Swim- ming; Skating; Dancing; Can- teen; Sergeants ' Party; " 59ers " at Table 4. Activities: Archery 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Honors: Order of Gregg Art- ists; Competent Typist Award Junior Order of Artistic Typ- ists; Senior Order of Artistic Typists. Ambition: To live, love, laugh and be happy. RUTH EDWINA KINCADE. Nickname: Kinks. Interests: Swimming; Cooking; Roller Skat ing; Youth Fellowship; Reading; Dancing; ' 55 Mer- cury; The very special angels; Doug. Activities: Intramurals 1, 2; Lunch Counter Assistant 1; Usherette 3; 210 Super- visor 4; Future Homemakers of America 4. Honors: Junior Order of Artistic Typists. Am- bition: To someday own a ranch-type home furnished in Early American. JAMES KING. Nickname: Jim. Interests: Collecting Records; Hunting; Fishing. Activities: Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To become a disc jockey. JOHN KIPPIN. Nickname: Jack. Interests: Hunting; Cars; Skiing; Hot Rods; Fishing; Guns; DeMolay; 28 Flavors; Cape Ann Auto Body Gang; Joyce. Activities: Rifle Team 2; Vocational Club 4. Ambi- tion: To get a good job after a hitch in the Navy. 40 to Help the World? Mark Silva and Donny Muise consider ways of helping the world in their Modern Prob- lems class. RALPH EDWARD KNIGHT. Nickname: Ralph. Interests: DeMolay; The North Shore Scuba Divers; Hockey; Skin- diving; Boating; Drums; That ' 57 Mercury; The Senior Ta- ble; Sarah. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To become a pilot via the Air Force Academy. SHELDON O. KNOWLES, JR. Nickname: Don. Interests: Mick- ey ' s Gas Station; Long Beach; New Year ' s of ' 58; The Boys. Activities: Football 1; Honor Guard 2, 3; Rifle Team 2. Honors: " B " Company winning prize squad 3. Ambition: To join the Army and to go on to college. NICHOLAS KOPANON. Nick- name: Nicky. Interests: Cars; Swimming; DeMolay; Basket- ball; The Gas Station; The Yellow Blinkers. Activities: Basketball 1, 3; Rifle Team 2; ROTC Basketball 3, 4; ROTC Volleyball 3, 4; ROTC Softball 4; Corporal 2. Ambition: To be successful in the Navy. CHRISTINE E. KORKATTI. Nickname: Chris. Interests: Oil Painting; Dancing; Music; Fly- ing Obstacles; Table 5; Bub- ble Gum. Activities: Art Club 1; National Thespian Society 1, 2; Junior Volunteer 1; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Spec- tacular 2, 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; FLASH 1, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Biolgoy Club 4; FLICKER. Ambition: To attend a junior college and become a medical secretary. 41 And Oh, Yes! MICHEL A. LAFOND. Nick- name: Mike. Interests: Water Skiing; HiFi Music; Sports; The Parties; Miss x-y-z. Activities: Nat ' l Honor Soc. 3; Vice Pres., Student Council 2, 3, 4; ROTC CpI. 2, Sgt. 3, Col. 4; Boys ' State 3; French Club 2, Pres. 3; Prize Sqd. 2, Comdr. 3; Indiv. 2, Haskell 2, 3; Jr. Ro- tarian 4. Honors: Sawyer Med- al; 1st Place Prize Squad 3; 2nd Place Indiv. Drill 3; 2nd Place Haskell 3; Jr. Cadet Ribbon Award 2, 3; Shum Medal 3. Ambition: To be an aeronautical engineer. PATRICFA ANN LAFOND. Nickname: Pat. Interests: Sports; Table 3; " Volkswagon " —Ask Dianne; Dancing; Rec- ords; Summer of ' 58; Thought ya mite; EDDIE. Activities: Intramurals 1, 2; Gymnastic Exhibition 1; Cafeteria Assist- ant 1. Honors: Jr. and Sr. Order of Artistic Typist Award 2, 3; Typing Pin 2. Ambition: To live and learn the easiest way possible. MM MARY ELIZABETH SIMMS LAMB. Nickname: Hedda Lit- tle. Interests: Dancing; Min- eral; Hunting; Having long talks; Swimming; Skating; Mu- sic; Science; Maine; Sailing; Marblehead Race Week; Life down South; Uitlausu Fjorbur- aruir; Tufts. Activities: Nat ' l Honor Soc. 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3, 4, Treas. 4; French Club 2, 3, 4; Am. Field Ser. Comm, and Vice Pres. 4; Office Assistant 2, 3, 4, Flicker Comm.; Sailing Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1 , 2, 3, 4; Art, Superlative Comm. Honors: Science Fair 1st Prize. Ambition: To go to college and enter the field of Science. WILLIAM LAMB. Nickname: Irish. Interests: Home stuff. Old 16; Ruthy. Activities: Vo- cational Club 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To be a state trooper. We study too! Isn ' t that right, Mr. Little? 42 Studying NORMA ANN LANGLEY. Nick- name: Norm. Interests: Drag- netterettes; P.J. Parties; Bowl- ing; Driving; Football; Basket- ball and Hockey; " Isn ' t it " ? Us Neat Ones, side by side. Honors: Junior Order of Ar- tistic Typists; Bookkeeping 2 Award. Ambition: To do what I want without complaint. GERALD J. LEAL. Nickname: Jerry. Interests: Dancing; Swimming; All Sports; Girls; The gas station; Long Beach; Cars; John ' s; Cheryl. Activi- ties: Baseball 3, 4; Football 1, 3; Junior League Baseball; ROTC Basketball. Honors: In- dividual Drill; Honor Guard. Ambition: To attend some col- lege. JUDITH LEAVITT. Nickname: Judy. Interests: Dancing; Can- teen; Letters; Hold it. Nett! Happy, Half-a-Dozen; Jimmy. Activities: Supervisor 210 3, 4; Teacher ' Secretary 4; Serv- ice Club 4; FLICKER Commit- tee; Lunch Counter Assistant 1 . Honors: Junior Order of Ar- tistic Typists. Ambition: To live S long time, laugh at the times, love all the time. MICHAEL BENJAMIN LIN- QUATA. Nickname: Lingo. In- terests: Trumpet— 59 Maver- icks; Two weeks of lonely nights; Good Music; Jane. Ac- tivities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 1, 4; Band 1, 2; Keys Orchestra; Sergeant 4; ROTC Sports 1, 2, 3, ' 4; Honor Guard 2; YMCA Club-Fish- erman. Ambition: To attend the college of my choice. WILLIAM LOICANO. Nick- name: Wild Bill. Interests: Swimming; Dancing; Girls; Rock ' n Roll Music; 48 bomb- er; West End. Activities: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; ROTC 2, 3, 4; Won ROTC Basketball, Volleyball and Baseball Championship. Hon- ors: Prize Squad 2. Ambition: To own my own construction company. JOSEPH LOMBARDO. Nick- name: Joe. Interests: Dancing; Records; Cars; Dates; Swim- ming; The Big Splash; The Boys in Automotive Shop; San- dra. Activities: Vocational Club—? Ambition: To join the service and learn a trade. SARAH ANN LONGO. Nick- name: Longo. Interests: Ani- mals and Sports; Progressive Fish Wharf; " Blessed are those who have ears and hear not. " Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Spanish Club 4; Bowling 1, 2, 3; Girls ' Sports 1, 2, 3. Honors: Junior Order of Ar- tistic Typists. Ambition: To be a success. ROBERT JOSEPH LOPES. Nick- name: Lopesy. Interests: Swim- ming; Skating; Ping-Pong; Checkers; Hockey; Motorboat- ing; Skiing; " 59 " Maverick. Activities: Football 3, 4; Bas- ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4. Ambition: To be a success. 43 We Have Activities ROBERT LOPICCOLO. Nick- name: Bob. Interests: Swim- ming; Dancing; Cars; Blackie ' s Coffee Shop; PINKY. Activi- ties: Vocational Club. Ambi- tion: To join the Armed Serv- ice. CAROL LEE LUFKIN. Nick- name: Stella. Interests: Water Skiing; Canoeing; Football; Hockey; Chebacco Lake; Swim- ming; Popular Music; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones. Activi- ties: Biology Club 4; French Club 2, 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Spectacular 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FLICKER 4. Honors: National Honor Soci- ety 3, Treasurer 4. Ambition: To learn something new every day. PAUL LEO LUFKIN. Nickname: " Luf. " Interests: Sports; Hockey; Wingaershek Beach; West Gloucester Forum; Motor Boats; Water Skiing; Hunting; Dec. 7, 1941; " 59 " Maverick; Miss " W. " Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Track 1, 2, 4; Alternate Student Coun- cil Representative 3. Honors: School. Sup ' t of Schools 3; Essex County All-Star Hockey 3. Ambition: To become a suc- cessful business man. THOMAS MacDONALD. Nick- name: " Mac. " Interests: Rou- qil. Ambition: To make some money while being an electri- cian. Willie speaks to the Spanish Club. Turn around, Milena, and pay attention. You ' re not being very polite. 44 to Keep Us Busy , LINDA KATHARINE MclEOD. Nickname: Lindy. Interests: Dancing; Roller Skating; Swim- ming; The summer of 1957; The Happy Half-a-Dozen; BOB- BY. Activities: Service Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; FLICKER Com- mittee 4; Office Assistant 4. Honors: Junior and Senior AT; 30, 40 Minute Typing Award; Junior Shorthand Award; 100 Word Complete Theory. Ambition: To someday own my own " Fried Clam " Stand. MALCOLM STEWART McLEOD. Interests: Chess; Cars; Arch- ery. Activities: Chess Club 3, 4; Corporal 4. Ambition: To be an Aeronautical Engi- neer. PAMELA JOY McPECK. Nick- name: Muffit. Interests: Skat- ing; Swimming; Writing Let- ters; Cadillacs; Dancing Par- ties; The Hummers; Talking; Worcester Weekend; My Bud- dies; LARRY!! Activities: Sports 1, 2; Beacon 4; FLICKER Com- mittee 4; Future Nurses of America 4. Ambition: To re- ceive my R.N. PATRICIA GERALDINE Mc- TIGUE. Nickname: Patty. In- terests: Singing; Swimming; The Hummers; Magnolia Girls ' Club; Christmas in New York; My Buddies. Activities: Na- tional Thespian Society 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Flash 1, 2, 3, 4; FLICKER Committee; Beacon 4; Beacon Collector 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 4; Student Coun- cil 3. Ambition: To conquer my fondest dreams while be- coming an R.N. f • ' j f j MARY LOUISE MADRUGA. Nickname: Mary Lou. Interests: Selling; Swimming; Skating; Knitting; Sewing; Cooking; Babysitting; Rainbows; My Trip to Virginia; Table One. Activities: Future Homemak- ers of America 3, 4. Honors: Type Awards 2. Ambition: To become a successful saleswom- an. FREDERICK C. MAQUIRE. Nickname: Mac. Interests: Football; Swimming; Records; Basketball; Thanksgiving Nights; ' 59 Mavericks; NAN- CY. Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4; ROTC Sergeant 4. Ambition: To be successful. NIILO J. AAAKKON EN JR. Nickname: Mac. Interests: Swimming; Hockey; Driving; Hunting; Vermont; Friends; MYE. Activities: ROTC Cor- poral 2; Sergeant 4. Ambition: To travel Around the World. MARCIA EILEEN MALLETTE. Nickname: Goom. Interests: Water Skiing; Pennies; Writ- ing letters; Bowling; Swim- ming; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones; My neighbor. Activities: Girls Drill Team 3, Spectacu- lar 4; Biology Club 4; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 1, 2; French Club 2; Future Teachers 4; Main Office As- sistant 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FLICKER 4. Honors: Na- tional Honor Society 3, Sec- retary 4; Gloucester Women ' s Club Award 3. Ambition: To smile while others sigh. 45 Athletics to Keep MARY JEAN MARANHAS. Nickname: Jean. Interests: TALKING! Writing letters; Water Skiing; Canoeing; Canteen; Cheering; Foot- ball; Baseball; Zee Lake; Us Neat Ones; JOHNNY!!! Activities: Biology Club 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; FLICKER 4; Future Nurses 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 3, Squad Leader 4, Spectacular 4; Glee Club 2, 3, _4; Latin Club 2, 3, 4; Main Office Assistant 4; Serv- ice Club 3, 4; Spanish Club 3, 4. Ambition: To like and be liked. CYNTHIA LOUISE MARTIN. Nickname: Cyndi. Interests: Rainbow; Music; YMCA Girls ' Club; Skating; Conversation; Sweet Sixteen; Neat Ones; Boyle-san. Activities: FTA 4; National Thespian Society 1, 2; Archery 1, 2; Bowling 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; A Cappel- la Choir 4; Northeastern Mu- sic Festival 4. Ambition: To reach the end of my rainbow. WILLIAM T. MARTIN JR. Nickname: Otto. Interests: Cars; Radios; Televisions; New Hi Fi Records; Finishing my chemistry manual in time. Ac- tivities: Football 1, 3; Basket- ball 1; Corporal; Sgt. Ambi- tion: To become a television technician and own a Hi Fi store. PATRICIA W. MATHESON. Nickname: Pat. Interests: My F.; The Ridge; Skating; Swimming; Music; Dancing; The Flappers; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Intramural Sports 1, 2; Biology Club 4; FLICKER Committees; FTA 4. Ambition. To become a good teacher. ADO MATTSON. Nickname: Matt. Interests: Sports; cars; Dancing; Skating; July 5, 1957; The Boys; BETTY. Activ- ities: Vocational Club 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Baseball 1. Ambition: To go to college. BEVERLY ANN MELANSON. Nickname: Suey. Interests: Table 6; West Gloucester Grange; Submarine Sandwich; Skating; Swimming; Skiing; Boating; 6 6 58; The Fern- wood Bunch. Activities: FHA 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Lunch Counter Assistant 1, 2. Honors: OAT, Gregg Bkkp. Award. Ambition: To some day catch up with " Buddy. " NANCY ANN MELANSON. Interests: Table 9; Fried Clams; Swimming; Skating; Bowling; White Mountains; Happy Half Dozen; Fred. Ac- tivities: Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Honors: Junior OAT 3; Senior OAT 4. Ambition: To be successful. EVELYN F. MELLO: Nickname: Evie. Interests: Swimming; Skating; Sewing; Cooking; Driving; That Birthday Party; Table 1; Rog. Activities: In- tramurals 1, 2; FHA 4. Am- bition: To find the one thing I do best. 46 The boys in the physical ed- ucation class in basketball are keeping trim? Us Trim , LAWRENCE B. MELLO. Nick- name: Larry. Interests: Sports; YMCA; Photography; Scout- .ing; Short-wave Radio; Music; Space Travel; Nuclear Physics; Saturday night dates; The Gang; PAT. Activities: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Band 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 4; Spanish Club 4; ROTC CpI. 3; M. Sgt. 4; Prize Drills 3, 4; Student Council Alternate 4. Honors: Nat ' l Honor Society 4; Prize Squad Drill winner 3; Junior Rotarian 4. Ambition: To become a successful sci- ence teacher. DAVID SCOTT MILNE. Nick- name: Dave. Interests: BERTA; Cars; Canteen; Football; Hock- ey; 33 Gloucester Avenue. Ac- tivities: Stage Crew. Honors: Prize Drillers 4. Ambition: To graduate. JOAN G. MITCHELL. Nick- name: Mitch. Interests: Danc- ing; Skating; Tennis; Chi-Rho; Swimming; Records; Us Neat Ones; The Nash. Activities: plee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Serv- ice Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Nat ' l Thespians 1, 2; Biology Club 4; Girls ' Club 2, 3, 4; FLICK- ER 4. Ambition: To go to a school of nursing and obtain my R.N. MILENA M. MODICA. Nick- name: Bubbles. Interests: Mu- sic; Dancing; Having long talks; San Jiacomo; Vitausu Fjorburaruir. Activities: Span- ish Club 1, 2, 3, Vice Pres.- Sec. 4; Nat ' l Thespian Soci- ety 3; Service Club 2; French Club 3, Pres. 4; FLASH Assist. Editor 3; Biology Club 4; FLICKER Superlatives and Class Roll Committees. Honors: Spanish Book Prize 2; Nat ' l Honor Society; Librarian 3, 4. Ambition: To achieve some- thing really worthwhile. 47 and R.O.T.C. to RICHARD NEIL MOORE. Nick- name: Dick. Interests: Music; Electronics; Sports. Activities: Keys Dance Band; Guitarist and Singer; Radio Shows; Platoon Sgt.; Tel Rad Worker. Honors: Highest Scorer during Company Competition; Rifle Match 1957; Prize Driller; Individual Driller. Ambition: To succeed. JOHN NORMAN MORRIS. Nickname: Johnny. Interests: DeMolay; Bowling; Hiking; Canteen; Photography; Basket- ball; Church; Carol. Activities: Football 1, 2; Honor Guard 3; ROTC CpI. 3, Sgt. 4. Ambi- tion: To become a minister in the service of God and help my fellowman in any way possible. DONALD MUISE. Nickname: Mousie. Interests: Dancing; Swimming; Girls; Spectator Sports; The Egg Fight; ' 59 Mavericks; The Weasel. Activ- ities: ROTC Sports. Ambition: To caddy for Ron Hallett in the U. S. Open. MARIE ELANEA MUISE. In- terests: Swimming; Pizza Par- ties; Driving; Magnolia Girls ' Club; Christmas 1956; My Buddies. Activities: Future Homemakers of America 1 , 4; Cash Register Assistance. Am- bition: To get the most out of life the easiest way possible. Everyone is proud of the Girls ' Drill Team which fre- quently performs so well at many school affaifs. Keep Us on Our Toes SANDRA JEANNE MUISE. Nickname: Sandy. Interests: Stop Shop; Dancing; Skating; Bowling; Coffee breaks; Sum- mer of 1958; Fernwood Gang. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4. Honors: Junior, Senior Order of Artistic Typists; Jun- ior Order of Gregg Artists. Ambition: To travel as a pri- vate secretary. JAMES L. MULCAHY JR. Nick- name: Jim. Interests: Essex Veteran Fireman; Grange; Es- sex Youth Association; Water Skiing; Swimming; Bowling; Surfboarding; Down River. Activities: ROTC; Sports 2, 3, Track 1. Ambition: To man- age a poultry farm. JONES E. NEWELL. Nickname: Jonesy. Interests: Raising and racing pigeons; Basketball; Junior League Baseball. Am- bition: To become a State Trooper. ANNE OLIVER NICKERSON. Nickname: Turtle. Interests: Convertibles; Dancing; Work; Music and writing; The Years gone by; The Woolworth Gang; Catholic Youth Organ- ization; Activities; Honor Bus- iness Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Hon- ors: Type and Shorthand Awards. Ambition: To go to San Diego with my mother. DORIS NIEBERLE. Nickname: Dor. Interests: Work; Skating; Our new house; The Neigh- bors; January 6, 1958; The Kresge Gang. Activities: Ger- man Club, Treasurer 1, 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Lunch Counter assistant 1, 2, 3, 4; Homeroom Beacon Collector 1, 2, 3, 4. Honors: Shorthand and Typing Awards. Ambition: To go to Germany for a visit someday. CHARLES NOBLE. Nickname: Nobie. Interests: Golf; Hock- ey; The boys from Bass Rocks. Activities: Golf 1 , 2, 3, 4; Master Sergeant in ROTC 4; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4. Ambi- tion: To receive my B.S. in Civil Engineering. JOSEPH NOVELLO. Nickname: Joe. Interests: Swimming; Dancing; Girls; Fishing; Willy and the Shack; The Boys; Margaret. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To work in the field of electronics. CAROLYN PATRICIA OLIVER. Nickname: Fidgie. Interests: Dancing; Bowling; The Happy Half Dozen; CYO; December 5, 1958; That Certain Some- one. Activities: Teacher ' s Sec- retary 4; Service Club 4; FHA 4. Honors: Junior OGA; Jun- ior OAT. Ambition: To master the art of being on time. 49 A Toast EMILY LUCY OLIVER. Nick- name: Emmy. Interests: Bowl- ing; Boating; Traveling; New Year ' s Eve, 1957; We Five. Activities: Sailing Club 1; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4. Hon- ors: Junior OGA; Junior and Senior OAT; 40-word typing award; 60-word shorthand award; Bookkeeping I award. Ambition: To be a success in the business world. JOHN ORLANDO. Nickname: Floyd. Interests: Girls; CYO; Dancing; Carpentry; Digging Clams; " 53 Gray Dodge " ; The Gang; Sue. Activities: RCTC Corporal 2, Sergeant 3. Ambition: To own my own contracting business. JOSEPH P. PALAZOLA. Nick- name: Joe. Interests: Cars; Girls; Dancing; One Point; The Gang. Activities: Rifle Team 2, 3. Ambition: To be a pilot. BENEDETTA MARY PALLA- ZOLA. Nickname: Betty. Inter- ests: Music; Novels; New Cars; November 29, 1958. Ac- tivities: FLASH 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; Stevens Review- ers 2, 3, Vice President 4; FLICKER Calendar Committee 4; Library Assistant 1; Future Teachers of America 4. Ambi- tion: To become a high school teacher. GRACE SUNDAY PARISI. Nickname: Gaye. Interests: ' 56 Lincoln " St. Mary " ; The Gang; Great Lakes, Illinois; The Jamboree. Activities: Span- ish Club; Teacher ' s Secretary; Archery 1, 2. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To take a new step each day on the stairway to paradise. PHILIP PARISI. Nickname: Phil. Interests: Art; Room 304; Group Singing; Rhythm and Blues; Victor ' s Cellar; Key Tones; Bo Diddly. Activities: French Club 2. Honors: Saw- yer Medal 1. Ambition: To learn. CAROLYN PARSONS. Nick- name: Shrimp. Interests: PYF, West Gloucester Grange; Ar- lington; Water skiing; The little outlaw; Fun! Fun! Fun!; Fernwood Gang; Bob. Activi- ties: Lunch Counter Assistant 1, and 4; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4. Honors: OAT Award. Ambition: To have a home in Arlington. DONNA LEE PARSONS. Nick- name: Stub. Interests: Danc- ing; Skating; Sewing; Music; Parties; Sports; Laughing; Row- ing; September 1, 1957; Us Neat Ones; Tim. Activities: Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Squad leader 4, Spectacular Squad 1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Service Club 4; Biology Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FLICKER 4. Ambition: To live on happi- ness street, corner sunshine square. 50 to the Seniors Hail to the seniors (by the seniors). Are they the only ones? ELAINE PARSONS. Interests: Reading; Basketball; Chess; That certain telephone pole; " Swish " ; " The Phantom " ; Ac- tivities: Spanish Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Nurses ' Club 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4. Honors: Sawyer Medal 2. Am- bition: To get my R.N. WILLIAM HAROLD PARSONS. JR. Nickname: Billy. Interests: Magnolia Boys ' Club; Sports; Pizza parties; Table 1; The Boys; That Pest. Activities: Beacon 1, 2. Ambition: To get the most out of life in the easiest way possible. JUSTINE F. PARSONS. Nick- name: Juddy. Interests: Foot- ball; Basketball; Hockey; Danc- ing; Knitting; P. J. Parties; Dragnetters; CYO; Midnite rides; Us Neat Ones. Activi- ties: Archery 1, 2; Library Assistant 4; FLICKER Com- mittees 4; Beta Beta Biology Club. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To live, love and be happy. EDWIN C. PERKINS. Nick- name: Ed. Interests: A Chrysler powered Model " A " Ford; Stock cars. Specifically " 48 " ; Down river. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To own and build the winning car of the " Indy 500 " with Deck. 51 Who Rule?? BRADLEY PETERSON. Nick- name: Moose. Interests: The LIONS; Dancing; Paper Bag; ' 57 Chevy Truck; Blinking Yellow Lights. 1 Activities: Stu- dent Council 4; Spanish Club 4; Chess Club 4; Coin Club 2; Basketball 1; Jrack 2, 3, 4; Supply Room Assistant 4; First Sergeant 3, 4; Master Sergeant 4. Ambition. To be the one who puts Gloucester on the map. PRISCILLA E. PHILBROOK. Nickname: Cilia. Interests: Mu- sic; Driving; Bowling; Skating; Grange; Summer fun; White Mountains in 1957; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Junior Usher 3. Honors: Bookkeeping Award; Order of Artistic Typ- ists; Order of Gregg Artists, Competent Typists Certificate. Ambition: To be a good secre- tary. GERALD J. PINTO. Nickname: Gerard. Interests: Swimming; Girls; Tennis; Photography; A certain someone; Long Beach few; A Secret. Activities: St4ge Crew 1 , 2; ROTC sports 2, 3 , 4; ROTC Honor Guard 2, 3; ROTC Prize Drill 4; Pho- tographer Flash 2; Photograph- er Beacon 2; Alternate Student Council 2, 4. Ambition: To be a teacher and achieve the worthy honor of it. FRANCESCA MARY PISCITEL- LO. Nickname: Fran. Interests: Gee Whiz; Thanks a lot; Danc- ing; St. Ann ' s Drill Team; Sewing; Knitting; Cooking; Worcester; Table 6; Fran, Fran. Activities: Honor Busi- ness Club 2, 3, 4; Beacon Typist 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 4. Honors: Junior and Senior Order of Artistic Typists pin; Bookkeeping Award contest; Junior Order of Gregg Artists. Ambition: To have that office job in the near future. The favorite stand of seniors allows no underclassmen. Here they wait to return to classes!!! and relax. 52 These Halls MARY JANE POHAS. Nick- name: Mary Jane. Interests: Rudy; February 24; The " Six. " Activities: Cheerleader 3, 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Biology Club 4; Psychology Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Library Assistant 3, 4; Archery 1, 2. Ambition- To succeed in whatever I at- tempt. ROBERT J. POWERS. Nick name: BOB. Interests: Girls; Rockport. Activities: Prize Squad 2; ROTC sports. Ambi- tion: To join the Navy. MARION PROVOST. Interests: Skating; Bowling; Dancing; Music; Waking those pizzas; Parties; Table No. 6; That Pajama Party; Those friends far and near. Activities: Hon- or Business Club 3, 4; Jun- ior Usherette; Intramural sports; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Beacon Typist. Honors: Bookkeeping Award; Order of Gregg Artists Award; Order of Artistic Typist Award. Am- bition: To go to Wilfred Academy. LEONARD RENE PUTONEN. Nickname: " PUT. " Interests: MARCIA; Rockport class of ' 59; Building Hot Rods; Skat- ing; Football. Activities: Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Prize Drill 4. Ambition: To live a long successful life. JUDITH ANN QUINN. Nick- name: Judy. Interests: Swim- ming; Riding; My ' 54 Ford Convertible; The ROTC Par- ties; Saturday morning driving lessons; Dancing; Eatin ' Pizza; That telephone pole on Sat- urday morning; CHARLIE. Ac- tivities: Spanish Club 3, 4; Sports 2, 3. Ambition: To at- tend Boston University. ANDREA LOUISE RANTA. In- terests: The Rifle Range; Teach- ing Sunday School; Munching clams; Skating; Summer Fun; Surfing by boat; April 29, 1958; The Lanesvillites; Dave. Activities: Art Club 1 ; Nat ' l Thespian Society 1; Spanish Club 2; Girls ' Rifle Team 2, 3; Vice President 4; Girls ' Drill Team 3, 4; Junior Usher- ette 3; Future Teachers of America 4. Ambition: To grad- uate from Westfield Teachers ' College. HAROLD EUGENE REED. Nick- name: Breezy. Interests: Foot- ball; Baseball; Skating; Swim- ming; Dancing; September 14, 1958; Maverick ' 59; Judy. Ac- tivities: Band 1, 2; Football 2, 3, 4; ROTC basketball; ROTC volleyball; ROTC soft- ball. Ambition: To enter the field of aviation and to make a career out of it. JOHN A. REMEIKA. Nickname: Beaver. Interests: Dancing; Girls. Activities: Rifle Team 1 . Ambition: To be a good sheet metal worker. 53 for We ' ll Soon Life out of school begins with the busses. CAROL ANN RIDEOUT. Nick- name: Smilie. Interests: Skat- ing; Dancing; Cooking; Sew- ing; Making those pizzas; Music; Table 6; That Pajama Party; Those friends far and near; Getty. Activities: Secre- tary 3, 4. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To lead a happy life. SHARON ROBERTSON, Nick- name: Shar-Shar. Interests: Bowling; Dancing; Skating; Bible Club; PYF; Music; Hi-Fi; Making those pizzas; Parties; Germany; Table 6; Knitting; Fun,. Fun, Fun; Those friends far and near. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary. Honors: Junior OAT; Junior OGA. Ambition: To attend that school of my mother ' s choice. JUDITH MARIE ROBINSON. Nickname: Judi. Interests: Dancing; Bowling; Skating; Scrap book; Jukebox; The happy half a dozen; Jimbo. Activities: Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; Sup- ply Room Assistant. Honors: Junior OAT; Gregg Award; Senior OAT. Ambition: To sail on the ship of ambition and land in the harbour of success. CAROL ANN ROSE. Nick- name: Rosie. Interests: Ips- wich; Skateland; Essex Clams; Football games; Halloween night. Activities: Chorus; Tumbling; Basketball. Ambi- tion: To be successful. 54 Be Leaving PETER ALBERT RUSSELL. Nick- name: Kita. Interests: Golf; Hockey; Bowling; Muller ' s Pharmacy; The boys in Wea- sel ' s lucky car. Activities: Golf 4. Ambition: To attend Salem State Teacher ' s College. WILLIAM ALLEN RUSSELL. Nickname: Bill. Interests: RODS; Cynthia; Vocational Club. Ambition: To become a top projectionist. TIMTHY BENTLEY RYAN. Nickname: Bent. Interests: Dancing; Sports; Music; Foot- ball; Parties; Hi-Y; CYO; Last Party 1958; ' 59 Maverick; Donna; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3; Sergeant 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; ROTC Sports 2, 3, 4. Honors: Game Football at the Marblehead Game. Ambition: To tackle life successfully. MARILYN SANTAPOALA. In- terests: Skating; Sailing; Swim- ming; CYO; Sewing; Playing the Piano. Activities: Spanish Club 3, 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4; FLICKER Com- mittee 4. Ambition: To grad- uate from teacher ' s college. LLOYD SCHWARTZ. Nick- name: Squeak. Interests: Swimming; Sports; Dancing; Cars; John ' s; That night at Heberle ' s; The sons of the Lowenbrau Lions. Activities: ROTC 2, 3, 4; ROTC sports 2, 3, 4; Honor Guard 2, 3; Prize Squad; Individual Drill- ers 4; Haskel Sub. 4; Track 1; Sailing Club 3, 4; Student Council alternate 4. Honors: Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Pla- toon Sergeant 4. Ambition: To become a successful ar- chitect. JEAN L. SCOTT. Nickname: Jeannie. Interests: Essex; Va- cations; Doubling; Making Candles; Skating; Music; Read- ing; Mountains; The Great outdoors; January 1, 1958; Les Jeunes Filles; Artie. Activ- ities: Badminton; Beta Beta Bi- ology Club 4; FLICKER Com- mittee; Future Nurses of America 4; Junior Volun- teers 3, 4; Sailing Club; Spanish Club 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3; Tennis 2, 3. Ambition: To be a good nurse. CHARLES A. SEAVEY. Nick- name: Tud. Interests: Sailing; Sandy Bay Yacht Club; Sports Cars; New Orleans Jazz; The long hot summer; LoWenbrau Lions; Nancy. Activities: Flash 2, 3; Beacon Photographer 3; Sailing 3; Prize Squad; Haskell sub. 3; Corporal 3; Sergeant 4. Am- bition: To live to see:— the parliament of man, the fed- eration of the world. GLENN SELFRIDGE. Nickname: Carver. Interests: Reading; Music. Activities: Psychology Club 2. Ambition: To further my education in college. 55 for Another Way of RONALD NELSON SELIG. Nickname: Gull. Interests: Boating; Water Skiing; Girls. Activities: Band 2, 3, 4; Prize Squad 2, Leader 3; Prize Drillers 3, 4; Football 4; Cor- poral of Year 2. Honors: In- dividual Drill, 3rd Place. Am- bition: To join the Navy and attend O.C.S. ELIZABETH ANN SHEA. Nickname: Betty Ann. Inter- ests: Football; Basketball; Hockey; Knitting; Dancing; P. J. Parties; Dragnetterettes; Mid-nite rides; Us Neat Ones. Activities: Archery 1; Girls ' Intramural Sports 1; Library Assistant 3, 4; Gym Exhibi- tion 1 ; FLICKER Committees 4. Ambition: To live, love, laugh and be happy. CYNTHIA SHELDON. Nick- name: Cindy. Interests: Rock ' n Roll; Custom Cars; Horses; Water Skiing; Parties; The Wild One (1951 Ford); The six B ' s; " Wonderful. " Activi- ties: Basketball 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4; French Club 4. Ambition: To be the first woman to ever win the Indy-500. MARK SILVA. Nickname: Rebel. Interests: Henry Luf- kin ' s camp; Water skiing; Maverick " 59. " Activities: Football 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC sports; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Hockey 4; Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Platoon 2, 3. Honors: Prize squad 2; Individual drill prize squad 3; Haskell saber 4; Major adjunct. Ambition: To become an architect. JOHN SKILLEN. Nickname: Fuzzy. Interests: Water skiing; Cars; Girls; Boats; Swimming; My telephone pole; The boys from the Auto Shop; Nancy. Activities: Stage Crew; Prize Drillers 3, 4; Prize squad 3; Master sgt.; Boys ' State Rep- resentative. Ambition: To be Captain of the General Green. PRISCILLA RITA SMITH. Nickname: Cookie. Interests: Swimming; Dancing;, Parties; The Hummers; October 1 3, 1958! Buddies; Donny. Activ- ities: Beta Beta Biology Club; Class Calendar Committee; Beacon 4; Junior Volunteer 2; Student Council Representa- tive 3. Ambition: To become the best radio announcer ever. SALLY ANN SOMERS. Nick- name: Shorty. Interests: Danc- ing; Bowling; Canteen; Scrap book; Pizza parties; March 22, 1958; Happy Half-a-Dozen; MARTY. Activities: Library As- sistant 2; Supply Room Assist- ant 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary 3, 4; Service Club 3, 4; FLICKER committee 4; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2; Archery 1, 2. Honors: Junior OAT; Type- writing Progress Certificate. Ambition: Life may be like arithmetic— joys added, sor- rows subtracted, friends multi- plied, love undivided. JUDITH SOULE. Nickname: Judy. Interests: Dancing; Skat- ing; Water skiing; Zee Lake; Us neat ones; HAL. Activities: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3; Secre- tary 4; French Club 2; Vice President 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 2, 3; Junior Miss 1; Flash 2; FLICKER 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3; Squad leader 4; Bi- ology Club 4; Junior Usher 3, 4; Future Teachers of America 4. Honors: National Honor Society 4; Spanish Book Prize 2; French Book Prize 3. Ambition: To teach. 56 Life Jeff Muller, Pete Goulart, and Billy Hoffer try to decide on their choices of colleges. MICHAEL S. SPINOLA. Nick- name: Mike Rat. Interests: Dancing; Hunting; Skating; February 9; West End; Judie. Activities: Basketball 1, 2; ROTC CpI.; Football 1, 2. Ambition: To join the navy. LINDA JEAN SPOERRY. Nick- name: Lin. Interests: Reading; Debating; Horse Back Riding; Cooking; February 2, 1958; ED. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; Forensic Society 1, 2; De- bate Club 4; French Club 4; Governor ' s Council 3; Crimson Chronick 1, 2; Intramurals 3. Ambition: To move far away from the ocean. WAYNE ARNOLD STANTON. Interests: Roller-skating; Bowl- ing; Ice Skating. Activities: Football 1. Ambition: To be successful in the Air Force. CHARLES A. STEELE JR. Nickname: Charlie. Interests: Association of the U. S. Army; U. S. Armor Associa- tion. Activities: Track 3, 4; Stevens Reviewers 3, 4; Beacon 2, 3, 4; Honor Pla- toon 3. Honors: National So- ciety 3, 4; Harvard Book Prize 3; Latin Book Prize 2. Ambition: To have a success- ful career after West Point. 57 Throughout That Life GERALDINE STONE. Nick- name: Geri. Interests: Danc- ing; Swimming; Skating; Foot- ball games; New Year ' s of 1958; " That Certain Some- one " USINS. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambition: To make one person happier through my achievements. CARRELLEN STOWEll. Nick- name: Witch. Interests: Danc- ing; Collecting records; Art; July 19, 1958; Usins; Joey. Activities: Library Assistant 3, 4; Girls ' Drill Team 4. Ambi- tion: To be a good hair- dresser. CAROL ANN SUPER. Nick- name: " Supa. " Interests: YMCA Canteen; Chi Rho; Records; Waterskiing; Us Neat Ones; Side jay Side. Activi- ties: FLICKER Photography Committee 4; FLICKER Calen- dar Committee 4; FLICKER Superlatives Committee 4; Service Club 3. Ambition: To take over Mr. X ' s job and be a credit to the " Y. " JOSEPH SUTERA. Nickname: Sonny. Interests: Cars; Trum- pet; Swimming; Dancing; My ' 40 Ford; Fan; Frana. Activi- ties: ROTC Band 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 1; Vocational Club. Ambition: To become a press- er at Greel ' s Dry Cleaning. RALPH G. SWEET. Nickname: Duke. Interests: Hot Rods; That certain ' 38 Picket Boat; Pumping gas at Hodge ' s; Dancing. Activities: Prize Drillers 2. Ambition: to be a rich confirmed bachelor. CHARLES D. SYMONDS. Nick- name: Gus. Interests: Skating; Hunting; Fishing; Airplanes. Activities: Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To be a Chip off the old block. JANE OLIVER TARR. Nick- name: Janie. Interests: Sailing; Acting; Swimming; Annis- quam Yacht Club; A Certain Someone; Les Jeunes Filles. Activities: Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; National Thespian Society 1, 2, 3, President 4; Girls ' Drill Team 2, 3, Ser- geant 4; Sailing Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Ring Committee; Time Out For Ginger 1; Class Roll Committee 4. Hon- ors: Latter Cup— for School Sailing. Ambition: To further my education. COLLETTE C. THIBEDEAU. Nickname: Tiny. Interests: Chi Rho; St. Ann ' s Color Guard; Dancing; Skating; Pajama Par- ties; November 5, V958; Us Neat Ones; Tony. Activities: Archery 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Cap- tain 2; Future Homemakers of America 3, 4; Girls ' Leaders Club 2; Tumbling Exhibition 1, 2; Intramural Sports 1, 2. Ambition: To fly in the rocket of ambition, and land on the planet of success. 58 We Will Remember This Year IVAN THOMAS. Nickname: " Ike. " Interests: Swimming; Skating; Dancing; West Glou- cester Grange; Moonlight Cruise; The Sharks. Activities: Beacon Representative 4. Am- tfition: To be the best C.P.A. in the country. PATRICIA ANN THOMAS. Nickname: Pat. Interests: Bowling; Skating; Dancing; Table 6; The camp; The Fernwood Gang. Activities: Leaders ' Club 2; Junior Ush- er 3; FLICKER Sales Com- mittee 3, 4; Chairman of FLICKER Advertising Commit- tee 4; Future Nurses Club 4. Ambition: To receive my Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Rhode Island. SANDRA STEELE THOMAS. Nickname: " Tommy. " Inter- ests: Dancing; Skating; Swim- ming; Us Neat Ones; PETE. Activities: National Thespian Society 1, 2; Spanish 2, 3, 4; Teacher ' s Secretary; Girls ' Club; Service Club; Girls ' Drill Team 3, 4; Junior Ush- er; Flash Typist. Honors: Jun- ior Speed Test; Junior and Senior OGA. Ambition: To see the world as an airline hostess. JOHN THOMPSON. Nick- name: Johnnie. Interests: Car- ol. Ambition: To be the world ' s greatest chef. Another of Mr. Card ' s Physics classes offers its trials and tribulations, and also its chal- lenge to remember. 59 and the Things JOHN J. TOGNAZZI. Nick- name: Tojo. Interests: " The home stuff " ; Every night; Skating;. Swimming;. Cars; The Boys; Nancy. Ambition: To be a chip - off the old block. WILTON TONGCO. Nick- name. Willie. Interests: Radio; Reading; Swimming. Activi- ties: Chess Club. Ambition: To travel. HAROLD VICTOR VICARI. Nickname: Flop. Interests: Hot Rods; Photography; Sports; Music; Girls; Grave digging job; ' 31 A Ford Roadster; Dragnetters. Activities: Squad Leader; Corporal. Ambition: To get more education after High School. ALAN DAVID VISNICK. Nickname: Vizy. Interests: Microscopy; Violin; Singing; Seaweed. Activities: Glee Club 1, 2; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; German Club President 4; Student Council 4; Stevens Reviewers 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2; Orchestra 1 , 2; Flash, As- sistant Editor 3; Track 3. Honors: Attended All-State Music Festival; ROTC Ser- geant 4. Ambition: To at- tend Medical School. Mrs. Wardrup ' s physiology class seems to make study- ing interesting. 60 We Have Learned From You WILLIAM WALLIUS. Nick- name: Bill. Interests: Swim- ming; Cars. Activities: ROTC Sergeant; Hockey Team. Ambi- tion: To be successful in a business. REGINA WALSH. Nickname: Reggie. Interests: Bowling; Swimming; Skating; Dancing; " Table 6 " ; Driving; Night after the fourth; The Fern- wood Gang. Activities: Honor Business Club 3, 4; Service Club 4; Leaders ' Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Teacher ' s Secretary 2, 3, 4; Junior Ush- er 3, 4; FLICKER Business Manager; Advertising Commit- tee 4; Typist 4; FLICKER Sales 2, 3, 4; Honors: Short- hand; Typing; Bookkeeping Awards. Ambition: To become a successful and efficient sec- retary. ARTHUR L. WALTON. Nick- name: Art. Interests: Model Railroading; Sports; Cars. Activities: ROTC Sergeant. Ambition: Be succe ssful in Diesel Mechanics. BEVERLY ANN WASS. Nick- name: Bev. Interests: Table 6; Christian Service Brigade Camp; Swimming; Music; Ex- plorer Pioneer Girls, Alfred Maine; " Jim. " Activities: Fu- ture Homemakers of America 3, 4. Ambition: To never lose- sight of God. WARREN WATSON. Interests: Sports; Cars; Girls; Music; The Boys. Activities: Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4; First Ser- geant. Ambition: To start a business of my own. NANCY ELIZABETH WET- MORE. Nickname: Melvin. In- terests: Roving reporting; Rainbow; Music; Skating; Writing; Conversation; YMCA Girls ' Club; Surprise; Neat Ones; Rich. Activities: Flash 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor 4; Main Office Assistant 3, 4; Debat- ing Club 3; Secretary 4; Glee Club 4; Library Assistant 1 ; Junior Volunteers 1, 2, 3; FLICKER Committee 4; Beta Beta Biology Club 4; Junior Usher 3, 4; " Good News " 3. Ambition: To find my pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. WARREN WHITEHEAD. Nick- name: White. Interests: Cars; Sports; " 59 " Maverick; Dina. Activities: Football 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 4; ROTC Corporal. Ambition: To graduate from College. JANE WHYNOT. Nickname: Janie. Interests: Dancing; Skat- ing; Bowling; Canteen; Chi- Rho; Laughing; " Zee Lake " ; Us Neat Ones. Activities: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Na- tional Thespian Society 1, 2; Biology Club 4; Girls ' Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FLICKER Committee 4. Honors: Junior OGA; Jun- ior OAT. Ambition: To live as long as I want but not want as long as I live. y 61 Thank You , Heha and Willy! DOUGLAS PAUL WHYNOTT. Nickname: Pine. Interests: Water-Skiing; Hockey; Basket- ball; DeMolay; Southern Blvd; Blinking Yellow Lights. Activ- ities: Student Council 1, 2, 3, President 4; Corporal 2; Sgt. 3; Master Sgt. 4; Prize Squads 2, 3; Individual Drills 2, 3; Haskell Drill 3. Ambition: To become a Na- val Officer. CLARISSA E. WILE. Nick- name: Crissa. Interests: Danc- ing; Music; West Gloucester Grange; December 28, 1957; The Fernwood Gang; Myron. Activities: Archery 1; Lunch Counter Assistant 1, 4; FHA 4; Junior Volunteer 1, 2. Honors: Type Awards. Ambi- tion: To live in a trailer. NANCY JEANNE WILE. Nick- name: Nan. Interests: Music; Y.P.F.; Rainbow Girls; Sports; New York; Les Jeunes Filles; John. Activities: Beta Beta Biology .Club 4; Girls ' Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Honor Business Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3; Girls ' Glee Club 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4. Ambition: To acquire a photographic mem- ory. GLORIA JEAN WILSON. Nick- name: Moonie. Interests: Cars; Money; Music; Parties; Three L ' s and a B; New Year ' s Eve 1957; We Five. Honors: Junior OAT. Ambi- tion: To make my grand- mother proud of me. HELEN JANICE WINCHES- TER. Nickname: Duck Foot. Interests: Dancing; Skating; 648 Essex Avenue; Good Show! MYLES. Activities: FHA; Bowling; Lunch Coun- ter Assistant. Ambition: To be happy with him. MM HAROLD CLIFFORD WOLFE III. Nickname: Wolfie. In- terests: Swimming; Water- Skiing; Sports; August 29; ' 59 Maverick. Activities: Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4; ROTC CpI 4; Sailing Club 1; Chess Club 1 ; Lunch Counter Assistant 1 ; ROTC Basketball 4; Softball 4. Honors: Individual Drill 4. Ambition: To graduate from college. JOHN F. WONSON. Nick- name: Juan. Interests: Girls; Swimming; Ice Skating; Bowl- ing; DeMolay; Shaving Gen- erals; Sons of the Lowenbrau Lions. Activities: Stage Crew 1, 2, Treasu rer 3, President 4; Track 3, 4; ROTC CpI. 3; Sgt. 4. Ambition: To give my first 3 million dollars away. ROBERT E. DODGE. Nickname: Bob. Interests: Dancing; Skating; Swimming; Golf; John Walker; The Fellas; Jackie. Honors: ROTC Prize Squad 3; Haskell Medal; Individual Drill 3. Ambition: To be outstanding in my trade. DAVID HODGKINS. Nickname: Dave. Interests: Water Sports; Cars; Other Outdoor Sports; Eating; Boats; Sportsman ' s Club; The Old Oldsmobile; The Kids at the Cottage. Ambition: To join the Navy. 62 Senior Superlatives EAAILI E A. GRUPPEE PETER J. BEARSE Most Likely to Succeed CAROL L LUFKIN MICHEL A. LAFOND Most Literary See page 66 The staff of the 1959 FLICKER wishes to express its appreciation for the great amount of work and help given us by Miss Marjorie Gale, our FLICKER advisor; and also to Mr. Gerald Lever, our class advisor, Mr. William Frazier, the Boston representative of the Taylor Publishing Company, Mrs. Camille Johnson and Mr. Cook of the Vantine Studio, Miss Williams, Mrs. LaFrance, and the E block typing class for all the help they have given us in preparing this book. Also this year for the first time, some of the pictures were taken with our own camera by one of our graduates, Larry Mello. In addition to those on these pages, he has also taken many others in the book. Those Who Have Worked These also have worked on the book — Literary Committee: Emilie Gruppe, Anne Dionne, and Beverly Jones. Art Committee: Geraldine Andrews, Chairman; Sally Worth, Sandra Andersen, Linda Cluett, Mary Lamb, and Carrellen Stowell. Prophecy: Carol Creightney, Angela Favalora, Annette Cartoni, Irene Cocotas, Carla Crocker, Bev Jones, and Gerry Andrews. Superlatives: Marcia Collins, Donna Parsons, Nancy Griffin, Jean Maranhas, Gail Hannibal, Joan Brown. We are very grateful to Patricia Thomas, the Chairman of the Adver- tising Committee; Regina Walsh, the Business Manager of the 1959 FLICKER, who has done a great deal of work in sales, typing and many odd jobs; and to Mr. Lever, our class advisor and business advisor of the FLICKER. Carole Creightney, Linda Francis, Jo Egan, Pat Thomas, and Mary Lamb prove that we didn ' t go completely crazy over the work on the book. Says Editor Sally Brooks, " College English, as Has qualified me very well. Ten munce ago I coult Now I am an editer. " —From " Editor and Publisher We Thank All during the time we were working on the book, we remained calm, cool and collected, even through crises . . . Ahhhhl! GOOD GRIEF!!! ADVERTISING ill Patricia Thomas, Chairman; Regina Walsh; Marcia Mallette; and Carol Lufkin. CLASS CALENDAR Nancy Griffin, Carole Creightney, Jean Maranhas, Betty Pallazola, Pat MacTigue, Marcia Collins, Carol Lufkin, Jean Scott, Judy Soule, Marilyn Santapoula, Joan Mitchell. Seated: Marcia Mallette, Chairman. ATHLETICS AND R.O.T.C. Paul Lufkin, in charge of the athletic pages, and Bill Flygare, in charge of R.O.T.C. CLASS ROLL Milena Modica; Irene Cocotas; Jo Egan, Chairman; Stephanie Green; Debby Gregory; Gerry Andrews; Bev Jones; and Pat Matheson. PHOTOGRAPHY LITERARY, ART AND PROPHECY Jo Ann Frontiero; Nancy Griffin; Jean Maranhas; Carol Super, Chairman Judy Soule; and Joan Mitchell. Representing the Literary committee is Beverly Jones; Art, Gerry Andrews, Chairman; and Prophesy, Irene Cocotas. 3S More Superlatives Most Intelligent MARCIA E. MALLETTE CHARLES A. STEELE, JR. Most Artistic MELINDA E. CLUETT PHILIP J. PARISI 66 See page 76 Vocational they that go down to the si Gloucester Vocational School Although the Gloucester Vocational School is physically attached to G.H.S., it is legally an independent school. Yet, we feel it is necessary to include it in our FLICKER, since the boys of the shops are also enrolled as pupils of G.H.S. Gloucester High provides the faculty and facilities for rounding out a boy ' s education, Mr. Harold B. Greay and his secretary Mrs. Pauline Gouin. with courses of English, and history; while in the Vocational School, a boy is instructed in the mechanics of his chosen vocation. There are six different trades in which a boy can be trained; these include auto repair, carpentry work, machine, electrical work, printing, and sheet metal. After a boy is instructed in the basic principles of his trade, he is taught how to apply his learning physically. When he graduates he has a ready-made job at his finger-tips, and is eligible for immediate employment, unless he desires further education. The Vocational School was established in 1940. Since then its enrollment has grown rapidly, crowding the tight areas of the shops. With the need for more space, and the new advances in mechanics and industries, which demand new courses, as the fisheries course consisting of training in the areas of Diesel Engines, Seamanship, and Electronics, the need for a bigger school is becoming painfully apparent. Mr. Harold B. Geary, director of the Vocational School, expresses his hope that these realizations will soon be justified with more adequate space facilities being made available to properly carry out the program. Automotive Joseph Sutera and Arthur Walton The students in the automotive shop are given thorough instruction in all parts of the automobile. They are well prepared to enter their field without further training after grad- uation, for they have learned about the most complicated types of engine repair from Mr. John T. Budrow and Mr. Leo Amero. They re- ceive training from actual practice in the me- chanics of all types of transmissions, steering gears, clutches, brakes, and rear axles. John Skillen and Eddie Burke 69 Car pen try Eliott Blatchford, Brad Silva, John Orlando, Bill Loiacano, Ronald Selig, John Angelson, Rudolph, David Brown, Anthony Tamarindo. The boys in the carpentry shop build not only the small houses with which we are all familiar, but also all types of furnishings, such as cabinets, stairways, frames, and other types of woodwork. They are in- structed in the shop by Mr. Gasper J. Lewis, Jr. In the classroom, they learn not only the proper use and care of the machines, materials, and woodworking tools, but also the process of construction from cellar to roof, the estimation of materials, and construction details. They are taught by Mr. Kenneth E. Stickney. David Brown, Bill Loiancano, John Orlando, Clarence Rudolph. Eliott Blatchford, Bill Loiacano, Brad Silva, Ronald Troy, John Orlando, Anthony Tamarindo, Clarence Rudolph. Above picture Joseph Amero, Philip Casey. Thomas McDonald and William Russell Richard Moore Robert Costa and James Carpenter. Electrical The electrical shop gives the student a knowledge of the many types of wiring, circuits, current, and generators. The training which they receive includes work in induction, electrical measurements, elementary electronics, and alternating current motors. The practice and practical training comes from learning about wiring, the test- ing and repairing of telephone wires, motors and generators. Mr. Frederick T. Flattery is the instructor in the shop; Mr. Raymond C. White, in the classroom. Machine Through instruction in the machine shop, the students learn the servicing and operation of drill presses, lathes, milling machines and sev- eral types of grinding machines. They are pre- pared by Mr. George Perry to become model makers, toolmakers, diemakers, and foremen. In the classroom, the work to be done in the shop is planned and laid out. Also the different properties of metal, heat treating, hardening and tempering are taught. Leonard Putonen and David Brosman Leonard Putonen, David Brosman, Mike Budrow, and Douglass Dukette. Dana Marshall, Henry Durden, and Richard Theriault Wayne Reed, Herbert Gardener, and Vincent Boyle Mr. Vail, and Richard Theriault Print Graduates of the print shop, under the di- rection of Mr. Harvel R. Vail, are excellently prepared to enter either directly into the field of printing, or a higher school of printing. They are taught in the shop about the uses and operations of the platen, the automatic cylinder presses, the cutting of stock, the bindery operations, color printing, and the use of different papers and inks. They work on all types of jobs from calling cards to large pro- gram books, printing most of the dance tickets, programs for presentations, and many of the other printing jobs of the school. Their related work consists of printers ' math, layout and de- sign, trade science, and trade English. In the Sheet Metal Shop at Gloucester Vocational High School, we spend much time on heating systems. Forced warm air heating is used in 75% of all new houses. We do many jobs for the city, school department, citizens, such as cabinet partitions for city hall, duct system in a new gasoline station, barrels for waste paper, sand-scoops for school department, ventilation system for fish wharf, cabinet for fire department, and many more. In related work, we cover all the mathematics necessary to do our shop work, we learn to draw all patterns necessary and we study related science which has a practical application in our shopwork. Sheet Metal Features : 4H Still More Superlatives Most Talented PATRICIA G. McTIGUE WILLIAM H. FLYGARE, JR. Best All- Around JOSEPHINE B. EGAN HAROLD C. WOLFE, III Senior Superlatives Cutest SANDRA S. THOMAS WILLIAM T. HOFFER Most Romantic CARLA J. CROCKER PAUL M. FISCHER to Say the Least , Best Groomed CHRISTINE E. KORKATTI WARREN R. WHITEHEAD Most Dramatic MARCIA L. FRONTIERO LAWRENCE B. MELLO 81 Clever and Unusual? Best Looking Most Cheerful GRACE A. CURCURU FRANK A. D ' AMICO SALLY ANN GILLIS PAUL L. LUFKIN And There Are More! Most Talkative NANCY E. WETMORE ROBERT H. BURKE Most Forgetful SARA A. WORTH CHARLES D. SYMONDS Peppiest MARY JANE MARANHAS LELAND P. ASPESI This Is the Cradle Snatchers MARY JANE DAVIS RONALD D. CLUETT Class Babies DONNA L. PARSONS DONALD E. MUISE Very End. Casanovas JUDITH E. SOULE SHELDON O. KNOWLES Class Wits ELIZABETH F. HILL CARLETON P. EKBORG Most Argumentative CAROL A. SUPER CHARLES A. SEAVEY September Welcomes Us Back to Our Old Haunts and Starts Our Rusty Wheels Turning 4— Seniors flock to their honored places in assembly— front seats— to watch the movies of " has-beens. " 5— B. Curcuru crawling along corridor— Looking for your green carnation, Bob? 8— Mr. Parkhurst sends D. Parsons and D. Muise to the third floor. Mistakes them for freshmen. 9— B. Hoffer back on the job. " I ' ll save you, Mike. " 10— L. Aspesi pushes his car from Western Avenue. Late so early in the year? 11— B. Domingoes rescues C. Luflin ' s car from between two No Parking signs. 12— J. Goldthwait ' s famous last words, " Boy, am I loaded! " — senior class dues, of course. 15— J. Quinn is seen dashing across the parking lot at lunch. Expecting someone? 16— After " Quiet " for 14 times, Mr. Ross compliments J. Robinson and C. Rideout on their politeness. 17— M. A. Frontierro and C. Super all fixed for dates. They are the only girls in their physics class. 18— J. Brown and L. Cluett look as lonely as the elevator. We miss Grace, too. 19— D. Chane, Squeak, and C. Seavey start the football season off with a bang— where ' d they get that crazy horn. 22— J. Digby, J. Frontierro, J. Codinha sing, " They ' re a thousand miles away. " 23— 1. Frontierro starts wearing a Story High ring. Congratulations, Ida. 24— Fire sale. Toasted sandwiches ... no extra charge. 25— B. Oginz on mercy mission. " Everybody goes stag to the High School Dances! " 26— 9:00 at Canreen— all right, you football players, " Shoo sha. " 27— " The Day That The Rarns Came Down " Gloucester loses to Classical. 29— Janitor hears noise in A. Mattson ' s locker. B. Hill falls out. 30— The Girls ' Drill Team has a new member. It ' s only M. Silva hiding from Alice. 86 Seniors are thrown right into work after the vaca- tion. Ronnie Cluette doesn ' t seem to mind, but it just isn ' t fair to give all that Trig so soon, is it, Mary? These doors are always there to welcome us back to our glorious school We seniors are in new homerooms, ready to start a new year with resolutions that this year we wil understand what happens. i Ei. Hobgobblins and Football Players Run Hand in Hand in October 1— J. Wonson and W. Watson lear n the art of wrestling at first assembly. 2 — N. Langley bounces a " Ball " down the first floor corridor. Correction, it ' s one of her homemade biscuits. 3— Senior girls bach, in childhood at canteen— P. Lufkin disgusted. 4— B. Wass, E. Mello, and M. Kandris model latest fashions at football game. 5— P. McTigue makes TV debut on Community Optitions. 6— R. Hallett holds up school yard traffic. Someone put a golf ball in the radiator. 7— Chi-Rho Club honors Ipswich. 8— C. Parsons and S. Muise entranced by freshman boy during X Block. 9— P. Bearse gets sneak preview of new Ford on his visit to Detroit. 10— Miss Massachusetts Fishers Queen returns to us common people. Miss us, Sally? 13— D. Dukette responsible for tool room— several machines out of order. 14— S. Gillis mapping a course to Parris Island. 15— A. Dionne displays sweatshirt from Notre Dame. 16— J. Egan knits sock 2 inches too long. Jimmy must have irregular feet. 17— Problem!! There ' s no room on E. Perkins ' s car for his parking sticker. 20— " By the Sea, By the Sea. " 21 — Gloucester police hears. " We want a rally! " — " Please. " 22 — D. Knowles keeps watch over the Senior winners during C. D. Drill. 23— Fort Devens boys snap to attention when they mistake D. Whynott for an army officer. 24— No school! Cheerleadeds test for rain before rally. 27— Senior girls hear bells! No, it ' s only the Fund Drive. 28— Old Home Week at hospital. M. J. Davis, L. Mello, and M. Linquata draw crowds. Visitors return home in ambulance. 29— F. Maquire works on problem in physics lab. The only answer he has is Nancy. 30— M. Frontiero gives the eye to homeroom teacher when she walks in at 8:0592. 31— Senior girls watch out for goblins— senior boys tricky this year! By October, we are just beginning to " get back into the swing of things. " This vocational English class is half into the swing, and half still dreaming of " the good ol ' summertime. " the students find their At the inevitable annual fund drive pockets emptied by charity. The Student Council car wash day seemed to give more washings to the students than to the cars. ND IV Everyone loves a football game. Practically every Saturday, there was a great turnout for the games. We Are Reminded to Give Thanks in November 3.— B. Domingoes sports a swollen face. Someone hit you. Butch? 4— C. Crocker seen waiting for P. Fischer in front of the dark room. Remember, you ' re in school. 5. — Senior girls sent home! 6. — Girls ' Drill Team wears uniforms. My, don ' t you girls look nice! 7. — T. B. Ryan sings in locker room, " To know me is to love me. " 8. — R. Cluett puts his foot in it— right through the wall. 10. — Report cards postponed! C. Wolfe has party. 1 1 . — M. Herrick uses sign language. It seems she is hoarse from a debate with D. Knowles in Modern Problems. 12. — Flying objects in room 105 induce M. Conrad to throw J. Cunningham out the window. 13. — P. McPeck lets J. Codinha, C. Martin, and B. Oginz read one of her letters in study. They now call her " Perfect Pam. " 14. — S. Brooks has a surprise party for Heba. A late Happy Birthday, Heba! 15. — M. Lamb goes to Brown football game. See anyone special, Mary? 17. — P. Parisi has a portrait of himself with the caption, " I am humble. " Who wrote that? 18. — N. Griffin receives her proofs— goes to the 3rd floor. Maybe they ' ll be better this time. 19. — M. Mallette discovers she can run up stairs with ’ 2 horsepower. Which half of the horse are you, asks Seavey. 20. — J. Soule should be a chemist. She loves to experiment. 21. — B. Pallazola is absent today. Now J. Palazola can ' t find how The Return of the Native e nds. 24. — B. Hill tipped over in a chair while talking to G. Hannibal and J. Burr. It must have been pretty good! 25. — J. Mitchell and C. Ekborg make last minute plans for the party. Charlie didn ' t realize how time flies. 26. — Thanksgiving assembly. To the delight of the students, " Nate " went through almost twenty Thanksgiving Day football games — Classes were 45 minutes late! 27. — Everyone fills up on turkey, but somehow part of the flavor is lost. 90 " Cheer for Coach Ross! " Ev- eryone cheered for his re- nowned talk on the past Thanksgiving Day games. Our senior cheerleaders lead the cheers for him. They are Marcia Frontiero, Jean Mar- anhas, Nancy Griffen, Sally Gillis, and Marcia Collins. The Grand March! How important, and how very characteristic of the parties! The individual drill is the main event of the Thanks- giving Party. " Cheer for the team! " We are all proud of our team. December Brings the Joys of Christmas , and Lists of Addresses Domingos and R. Cluett turn over new leaf after the first party — no more blind dates for them! 2 — B. Shea turns white when she sees a pair of legs on the supply room floor. It was B. Peterson — he had a slight accident. 3. — The first few rows of seniors feel deaf after S. Brooks plays Turkish records at assembly. 4- Another casualty. N. Wetmore almost cuts her hand in two when she tries to shred cabbage with a carving knife. 5. J. Maranhas and M. Collins race down the corridor. M. ends up sitting on the floor — J. almost tackles Coach O ' Neil. Good try, Jean. 8. — C. Symonds arrives in school with a shiner. Have a hard night, Charlie? 9. Wonders never cease! The Frontiero twins dress alike today. Isn ' t that sweet. 10. — M. Modica holds M. Lamb ' s car together while going to College Board review. 11. H. Winchester sits dreamy eyed as Mr. Smith reads Romeo and Juliet. She didn ' t even hear the bell! 12. — B. Hudson comes to school on a Friday! 13. — M. Santapaola absent from classes. Her picture in the Times 15. — J. Angelson and J. Chapman invent an automatic clam digger. Good luck, boys. 16. — I. Chocotas comes into homeroom grumbling. What ' s the matter? Didn ' t he come to school today? 17. — Mr. Budrow rushes out to steaming car with fire extinguisher. E. Perkins gets scared and runs the other way. 18. — M. Campbell caught flirting. Someone ' s going to be jealous. 19. — N. Becker is still waiting for the mailman. Haven ' t you received your Christmas gift yet? 20. — R. Hallett does hat trick and delights his fans. 22. — Senior girls sing Christmas songs for everyone at lunch. 23. — Parties, Parties, and more Parties. 24. — Vacation begins!!- Books gather dust for twelve days. 92 Sally Brooks prepares to blast the seniors out of their seats with her Turkish records. Doug Whynott, president of the Student Council, Salvation Army Drive. checks the donations for the This year the Christmas Assembly was a combined pro- gram presented by both the Glee Club and the Thes- pians. While the Glee Club sang of the Nativity, the Thespians enacted it in pantominf. Robert Lopes, one of our star players, is off to up- hold the honor of our team. It ' s a basket! (We hope!) This year the R.O.T.C. built a small village out- side on the Leslie O. John- son circle to give a more typical New England air to the school. _ SJA January Rings Out With the Tidings of Happy Birthday , ’59 5. — J. Hobbs and P. Beck proudly wave their left hands in the air. Best Christmas present they ever got! 6. — D. Brown busy returning all the baby pictures he borrowed. 7. — G. French, D. Brown, A. Cartoni, and P. Matheson just recuperating from New Year ' s Party. Their getting home so late was because they got lost driving around Chebacco Lake! 8. — B, Jones is displaying her best gift from Santa— a lovely white sweater. 9. — F. Maguire, C. Noble, and R. Knight missing from cafeteria study. They ' re in the library reading the Encyclopedia Brittan- ica in preparation for tomorrow ' s S. A. T. ' s. 12. — M. Santapaola absent from classes. Her picture in the Times as the ice boating " Masked Beauty " caused quite a commotion. 13. — M. Canillas wore a bright rose dress today— Harpo was seen walking around in a daze. 14. — P. Thomas and R. Walsh arrive in school on time, but all black and blue from skating in W. Gloucester last night. What ' s the attraction, girls? 15. — In homeroom 108, B. Lopes gives his daily advice about the hockey games to P. Lufkin. 16. — Last day before Mid-Years. Seniors break down and bring a few books home. 19. -Mid-Years!! 21.— More Mid-Years!!! By this time everyone is taking aspirins. 23.— The last day!!!! lockers are again filled with books, and Tic Toe ' s noisier than ever. 26. — Seniors arrive with mixed feelings. They ' re all over, but here come the marks. 27. — C. Rose decides to eat fish every day. Those Mid-Years sure brainwashed her. 28. — Everyone is talking about the Sadie Hawkins Dance. C. Korkstti is searching her diary for a prospect. 29. — H. Reed heard singing one of the latest Oriental songs— " Ah-So. " 30. — G. Hannibal cleans out her locker— Arnie has joined the Navy. Basketball is well underway, with these boys in the gym class in training for the team. January, the month of mid-years, finds every- one trying to get some last minute studying (or is it first minute?) In any case, this is the first time that any- one has studied in the cafeteria all year! During the exams, our " sacred halls " are vacated. After the exams are over, however, there is a deafening roar, " That was the worst exam I ' ve ever had. " » February Strings Our Hearts Along 2. — A. Ranta is the high scorer in the rifle match of the Girls ' Rifle Team with the University of New Hampshire. 3. — E. Collins went home broken hearted. He had to change his Alfred E. Newman " T " shirt. 4. — R. Burke designs new school. What ' s the matter, Bob, not satisfied? 5. — D. Brosman mistakes E. Burke ' s mouth for a basket and knocks out Eddie ' s front teeth. 6. — R. Clay is surrounded by girls— they all want his class picture. 9.— A. Cartoni is absent today; it seems a certain sailor came home. 10. — M. Spinola says to J. Allen, " Just keep walkin ' . " 1 1 .—A. Frontiero comes to school without gloves so that everyone will see her friendship ring. 12. — A. Visnick tries to sell M. McLeod the answers to the physics test. No Sale. 13. — D. Frances finishes packing for a winter week-end retreat in New Hampshire. 16. — P. Bertolino starts drivers ' ed today— brings the biggest pillow she can find. 17. — W. Flygare takes permanent residence at a certain freshman ' s locker. Guess he ' s got someone to wear his ring around her neck. 18. — B. Loicano is said to be one of the best wrestlers in Mr. Hardacre ' s new club.— He ' s been throwing all the weaklings. 19. — P. Favazza went to Melrose to see how he looks in the movies. " My Hero. " 20. — B. Fritzmeier is gaining weight— it must be that free Honor Society candy! 23. — No School!! Happy Birthday, George. 24. — D. Knowles, C. Ekborg, and J. Leal are continually seen on the third floor. Looking things over, boys??? 25. — J. King has been getting up at 5:30 every morning this week. Not used to living in Essex yet, Jim? 26. — J. Whynott carries a map around with Winchester circled. Wonder why!!?? 27. — W. Foster is puzzled. She can ' t decide whether she should catch spring fever this vacation, or wait for the spring vacation. We wish to express again our deepest grat- itude to Mr. Lever, our class advisor, who has given generously of his time to help us with our class prob- lems and also with the FLICKER. Brooks ready to send the final copy of the FLICKER to Dallas. In the foggy bleak days of February, we wish that we were with this free seagull, and we wonder when the longed for day of graduation will come . . . especially when we are already being measured for caps and gowns. Here, Bev Jones is being measured by Pat Matheson while Emilie Gruppe writes it down. Our Massachusetts Sea Foods Queen, Sally Worth, reminds us of the Valentine ' s Day Sadie Hawkins Dance. om. March Blows in Vacation and St. Patrick ' s Day 9.— R. Moore fills the electrical shop with tears. He built a new amplifier for his guitar and forgot to leave a place for the plug. 10. — J. Kippen and B. Silva found sitting in Mr. Parkhurst ' s office. Guess they found English boring. 11. — C. Sheldon leaves school yard going 10 m.p.h. Are you being chased by dragons? 12. — News got around that the military officers were taking the day off. K. Joyce and P. Goulart not in classes. What ' s up, boys? 13. — A. Favalora is arguing with S. Carbonaro about class dues. The class ring he wants to trade her for cash is too big for her finger. 16. — E. Holmberg and T. MacDonald are fighting in the corridor today. What ' s the matter, Ellen, does he want to go out with the boys again? 17. — B. Hill decided to laugh at one of C. Thibedeau ' s dry jokes. What is this world coming to! 18. — G. Hastings brings his flashlight and small jacket to school— he had to work late last night. 19. — D. Johnson seen sniffing in homeroom. It seems N. Kelly just put on some of her enchanting perfume. 20. — R. Johnson missed the bull ' s eye. Oh well, you can ' t do it every time. 23. — H. Gardner has been reading too many Mad Magazines. He answers all questions with, " Who, Me? " 24. — F. Deacon is with the boys before the 8:00 bell. Disaster strikes again!! 25. — P. Lafond comes to school with a blouse on. Wow! Will wonders never cease. 26. — J. Carpenter returns to the good old days — he stays after school. 30. — J. Newell forgets to duck as he walks into homeroom. Try ing to knock some sense into it? 31. — D. Nieberle absent from X block— no jokes today. 98 S( HOOl, Bl s NO passengers src l We are always very grateful to our bus drivers who transport us of-the-way places. Belcher, and Betty Hill prepare an Helen Hart, Bernice excellent dish. (They hope) While Justine Parsons and Annette Cartoni are busy in crafts. Miss Nugent gives Betty Shea a helping hand. lunch time gives the teachers a chance to relax too! April Brings Nature Forth in All Her Glory 1 Word has gotten around that C. Wolfe intends to act the part of his name. Too bad, it was only April Fool. 2. — E. Jacobson walks around in a daze mumbling something about 3 years. 3. — G. Andrews came to school huffing ' n puffing. Yesterday she had missed while manipulating the car around a corner. 6. — J. Scott and J. Brown hurry to the Guidance Office; they want to attend Wentworth next year. 7. — Big discovery! This morning J. Novello found out he had curly hair. 8. — G. French makes an ice-cream soda— J. Mulcahy turns green. 9. — C. Cardos caught walking down the hall saying, " He loves me, he loves me not. " 10.— C. Smith seems to be very interested in a conversation about bo s on the General Greene. 13. — J. Colson is spending quite a bit of her time outside of room 108 waiting for P. Bearse. 14. — C. Martin spends all free time in the G.H.S. library looking for books of Japan. 15. — S. Hyde mails another letter to Maine. This is getting pretty serious. 16. — Ill M. J. Pohas walks to school without a certain redhead! 17. — S. Dexter just added one more to his collection. Hub Caps! 20. — No school! 21. — Sonny Sutera delights in writing " TRUMPET " all over his books. A girl ' s name maybe! 22. — For once T. Bourneuf reads his English book, but this time flunks the test. Oh, well! 23. — D. Gray gives Mr. B. another forged note. Don ' t press your luck, Don. 24. — D. Griffin and L. McLeod attend school three days this week. Wasn ' t that nice of them! " April in Paris. " Only it ' s April in Spain as these students wish they were seeing April in Spain or Paris or anywhere for that matter. They don ' t care. Everyone always loves canteen! Even when spring fe- ver has really struck, the teachers don ' t ac- cept it for an excuse for not studying. p0:xr03333 May Brings Pretty Girls , Pretty Flowers , and Spring Fever 4. — B. Dodge seen on route 128 thumbing to Rockport. 5. — Already P. Bertolino is anxiously waiting for June to come so that she can start writing letters again. 6. — What is J. Parsons ' favorite color— of trailers, that is. 7- Homeroom 102 in a state of shock. P. Casey is very noisy this morning. 8.— Thunder heard on the first floor. No! It ' s only S. Boardman stuck in her locker while hiding from Mr. Amero. 11. E-gads! H. Brown wears bobby socks and white bucks to school. 12. — G. Corcuru wasn ' t her old self today. She came to school on time. 13. Mr. Little passes back English tests — J. Hurlburt turns pale. 14. — C. Oliver absent from school— it was a rainy day. 15. — E. Gruppe takes out an easel during study. Planning on a masterpiece? Bagley seen talking to H. Brynjolfs in study. Learning about those Icelandic girls, Paul? S. Longo says she has her own brown haired boy friend. What ' s his name? Charlie Hampster. 20. — N. Melanson stays after school for talking. Talking?!!! 21. — After three tries, C. Anderson passes a review math test. Good work, Charlie. 22 — F. Hamilton seen going to Mr. Parkhurst ' s office. Well, what have you done this time? 75. N. DeCoste carries plans for a new dog house. Know a good carpenter? 26. — S. Gleason is chasing L. Francis with pen and paper. Uniform still in the cleaners? 27. — Steamers are in— D. Hodgkins is out. 28. — J. Orlando limps into school. Did B. Lopiccolo miss the nail? 29. — C. Wile is getting the latest on C. Parsons ' brother. By May it ' s absolutely IMPOSSIBLE! Studying, we mean, as you can see by the dreamy looks of these usually bright alert students. Cheer up, June is just around the corner. We have cheered the band through the football season and through all the rest of the year, and at their annual concert. Now as the end draws near, we again cheer them for Memorial Day. Hup! 2, 3, 4! Hup! 2, 3, 4; To the right flaaaank march! is what you ' ll hear just before Memorial Day. The winner of the D.A.R. Pilgrim award this year is Jo Eagan. Congratulations, Jo! 00 TOTO3300TOO:)93I733X) 30000 0 900)0099 June Means Graduation and Farewell 1 . — M. Mallette absent. She finally found a way to fit into Rusty ' s suitcase. 2. — Sgt. B. Burke gives the girls a break. Which one will the fountain bless? 3. Air of sadness engulfs the auditorium as weeping seniors march out the door while underclassmen stand in solemn tribute. Boo hoo! 4. J. Maranhas, J. Cunningham, C. Super, and S. Gillis take another trip to Boston. They must have enjoyed the trip in March. 5. S. Curcuru, S. Thomas, M. J. Davis, and A. Dionne spend two hours looking over shakers. 8. J. Soule and H. Reed, D. Parsons and J. Ryan bury the hatchet and smoke peace pipe. How long will this last? J. Codinha, N. Griffin, J. Frontiero, and J. Digby patiently (?) wait for news of the coming week-end. 10. — M. Budrow and J. Orlando picking daisies in the football field. 11. — D. -Muise forgets to order tux— tries to shrink F. Maguire ' s in locker room. 12. B. Hoffer, B. Domingoes, R. Cluett, and M. Silva run before the whistle. What ' s the hurry, boys? 15. — Graduation! Parting is such sweet sorrow. 16- C. Steele, C. Lufkin, J. Egan, and W. Fritzmeier finally get letters of acceptance. Congratulations, you made it!!! 17.— Seniors live it up at Chebacco Lake. If only it could last all summer! 25.— Presentation Day. Seniors glad to be free, but sad that it ' s over. 104 Graduation is here! Jo Egan tries on her gown Pa+ Tkorn c Nlanru f riffin with the help of Joan Goldthwaite One day a hush will fall, The footsteps of us all Will echo down the hall and dis.- appear, But as we sadly start our journeys far apart,— A part of every heart will linger here In the sacred ' Halls of Ivy, Where we ' ve lived and learned to know, That thro ' the years we ' ll see you in the sweet after glow. " From " The Halls of Ivy " by Henry Russell and Vick Knight. After June we must sacrifice- our tables to the underclassmen. The " one last Fling " however, makes up for that loss. The streamlined missile designed by Squeek Schwartz, Bob Burke, Bags Bagley and Mark Silva zooms from its launching platform built by John Angleson and Tom Handran at Gloucester High School. Phil Casey, Joe Novello, Dave Johnson and Tom MacDonald, and Joe Amero installed the electricity— No wonder we ' re all get- ting hot seats. Attractive stewardesses Steph Green, Sandy Thomas, and Anne Dionne inform us to fasten our safety belts. Looking down towards the slowly disappearing Gloucester Harbor, we see Ad- mirals Dougie Whynott and Ronnie Cluett yelling at Dave Brosman, Bill Flygare, Bob Powers, and John Kippen to swab the fish off the decks. Sailors Kenny Joyce, Nick Kopancn, John Skillen, Ronnie Selig and Mike Spinola are complaining of food poisoning caused by head chef Johnny Thompson ' s cooking. Soaring higher, we wave to State Troopers Mike Budrow, Jonesy Newell, Irish Lamb, and Lee Aspesi patroling their space stations. Standing on the space station are Stan Gleason and Doris Nieberle, who seem to be a bit lost. They ' re looking for Germany. Suddenly the rocket, " Prophecy, " lurches. It seems that pilots Pete Goulart, Mike Lafond, Wayne Stanton, Breezy Reed, Joe Chapman, Ralph Knight, Joe Pallazola, and Mike Howard are in a bit of trouble, although they just graduated from Air Force Academy with " flying " colors. A shrill scream pierces the air. Sally Gillis bumped her nose on the next seat. Dr. Allen Visnick and nurses Pat Thomas, Elaine Parsons, Jean Scott, Pam McPeck, Judy Colson, Jean Maranhas, Jean Cunningham and Joan Mitchell attend to her bloody nose. Nurse Pat McTigue sang her a lullaby. Wait! A flash announcement! Disc Jockeys Jim King and Cookie Smith announce that our very own Bob Oginz has just been elected president of the United States. Let ' s celebrate and stop for a moment at Linda McCloud ' s Fried Clam Stand. While we ' re there we see our old friends Ida and Mary Ann Frontiero, Joan Burr, Beverly Wass, Carolyn Oliver, Ruth Kincade, Beverly Melanson and Judy Allen busily munching fried clams. Another scream pierces the air. Sally Worth, Miss Mars 1974, just had her hair scorched off by hairdressers Gail Hannibal, Marion Provost, Nancy Wile, Carellen Stowell, and Carol Cardoz. Just as things seem to be getting a bit dull, we passengers persuade Marcia Fron+iero to portray for us the immortal Portia from Shakespeare ' s Merchant of Venice. Dick Moore played a dozen or so songs on his guitar. With only 200 light years to go, we all raise three cheers for Suzie Boardman, 106 who as a medical technologist, worked long hours to see that we chosen few would be adaptable to the atmosphere on Mars. After pulling into Rocketport, we receive our passports from flight secretaries Harriet Brown and Irene Cocotas. Looking into the distance, Carol Super sees a va- cant building that she thinks would make a good canteen on Mars. Let ' s stop at the popcorn stand of those successful businessmen George French, Stanley Feener, Warren Watson and William Wallius, and Bud Hastings. David Milne, Pat Lafond, Clarissa Wile, Keith Elwell, and Carolyn Parsons, some of our friends at G.H.S., are complaining about the popcorn being burned. Walking past the Mars Majestic Movie Theatre we see some of our old friends, Norma Conroad, Gloria Wilson, Sandra Curcuru, Judy Robinson, Helen Winchester, Collette Thibedeau, Marion Cambell and Bernice Belcher waiting in line to see our own Billy Hoffer in " And God Created Man. " Bill Russel, now a successful projectionist, is running this movie. After the movie, we ' ll stop for a bite to eat at Marcia Collins ' apd Bobby Curcuru ' s Spaghetti Stand. Mars certainly has a well-rounded sports program. A big neon light advertises the Mars Mammoth Golf Tournament with pro golfer Weasel Hallet and Ronnie Clay breaking 90 with Mousy Muise as caddy. Just next door is the Mars Indianapolis Speedway with our own Cynthia Sheldon and Ed Perkins competing. But most of the noise seems to be coming from next door. It appears Gulliver ' s Gamblers are playing the Mars Maniacs. Cheering from the sidelines are Jane Whynott, Jo-Ann Frontiero, Kenny Gouin, Nancy Melanson, Gaye Parisi, Betty Shea, Carole Rose, Donna Parsons, Sally Somers, Ann Nicker- son and Helen Hart. However, the cheers suddenly die down. Halfback Fred Mc- Guire sJipped in the mud and dropped the ball. End John Wonson picked it up and ran 80 yards for a touchdown, only to be sadly disappointed. Wrong goal! Pete Favazza and Timmy Ryan, standing on crutches on the sidelines, are heard to say " Just wait till next week. " What ' s that running across the field? It ' s a space girl with 4 arms, 3 eyes and 3 lips. Sharpshooter Dina Johnson takes out her rifle, but the space girl wants to be friendly. The little space girl knows some friends of ours from Gloucester High School who are in a bit of trouble. Teachers, Gerri Andrews, Carla Crocker, Jean Codinha, Jo Eagen, Marcia Mallette, Betty Pallazola, Judy Soule, Cynthia Martin, Gerry Pinto, Linda Spoerry, Mary Jane Pohas, Peggy Herrick, Marilyn Santapaola, Larry Mello, Angela Favalora, Peter Russell, Carol Lufkin, Andrea Ranta, Carol Luf- kin, Pat Matheson and Emilie Gruppe are on Mars for their 15th reunion. But they missed their rocket. We tell them that they can return with us as soon as Eddie Burke, Phil Barkhouse, Dougie Duckett, Bob Costa, John Remeika, and Arthur Walton repair some instruments. It ' s curtains for the space girl! Donnie Knowles just saw her and is making a date for Saturday night. That afternoon we attended graduation exercises at (U. of M.) University of Mars. Ronnie Brown, Judy Quinn, Fred Deacon, Carlie Ekborg, Warren Whitehead, Glenn Sulfridge, Sam Carbonaro, Paul Fischer, Donald Kangas, Sharon Robertson, Mary Lamb, Cliff Wolfe, Gerald Lea), Bev Jones, Frank D ' Amico, Mike Linquata, Sandra Anderson, Herb Gardner, Phil Parisi, Joan Brown, Charles Noble, Malcolm McCloud, Charlie Symonds, Nancy Wetmore, Harold Vicari, Joan Golthwaite, Charlie Anderson, Meredith Hopkins, Jane Tarr, Brad Peterson, John Morris are all graduat- ing with the B.S. (Bachelor of Space) Charlie Steele, Colonel at West Point, made an excellent speech on how to succeed in one easy lesson. Next we visit the offices of psychologists Debby Gregory, Peter Bearse, and Bill Fritzmier. They seem to be so busy that they need a number of secretaries, among them Creight Creightney, Beep Hudson, Mary Lou Bain, Reggie Walsh, Emily Oliver, Frances Piscitello, Dolly Francis, Linda Francis, Anna Frontiero, Sandra Meuse, Chris Korkatti, Phylis Bertilino, Priscilla Philbrook, Diane Griffin, Nancy Griffin, Ellen Holmberg, Pam Auditore and Annette Cartoni, Betty Hill, Joan Hurlbert, Nancy Becker, Maureen Canillas, Mary Jane Davis, Paige Beck, Sara Longo, Natalie DeCoste, Peggy Azevedo, and Esther Jacobson. All of a sudden we hear a great commotion. Frank Ciamataro is trying to sell Ralph Sweet, Ivan Thomas and Bobby Lopes used razors. Butch Domingos, a mem- ber of the military police, accompanied by civilians Sonny Sutera, James Mulchahey and Dave Milne, rush over to break up the commotion. All of a sudden our attention is caught by foreign exchange students on Mars, Heba Bryjolfs, Sally Brooks and Willie Tongo, who are trying to drag a martian into our space ship as a foreign exchange student on Earth. Well, it ' s time to return to earth. The 6:45 rocket was pulling out right on time when we saw Geri Stone, Gaye Curcuru and Sally Hyde, late as usual, running across the field just in time to catch it. To while away the time on an otherwise very dull trip, Leonard Putonen and Earl Collins are having a very intelligent conversation discussing Judy Hobbs ' new book How to Breath in Twenty-Five Easy Lessons. Linda Cluett is teaching Stevie Dexter how to draw clouds on white paper. Teddy Bournef, Nilo Makkonen and Bill Carpenter are having a heated discussion on the qualities of a Martian girl- four arms, three lips, and three eyes. As we near earth, Judi Parsons sticks her head out the window and waves to two classmates, Norma Langley and Judy Leavitt. Bobby LoPiccolo, a member of the Military Police, seems to be having a hard time keeping excited bystanders Wilma Foster, Nancy Kelly, Ruth Hammond, and Marie Meuse, from rushing out onto the landing field. As Nancy Melanson, Mary Madruga and Bill Loicanio step out of the ship, we hear them discussing their trip. The trio remarks that it was a wonderful trip and they expressed their hopes of returning next year. National Honor Society The Sherman B. Ruth Chapter of the National Honor Society is a mem- ber of the National organ- ization. The qualities for membership are scholar- ship (The members must maintain an 85% aver- age) leadership, service, and character. The chap- ter sponsors several lec- tures in various subjects for the members, and raises money by selling candy after school for a scholarship for a senior member of the chapter. FRONT: Milena Modica; Josephine Egan; Mike La Fond, Vice President; William Fritzmeier, President; Carol Lufkin, Treasurer; Marcia Mallette, Secretary; Judith Soule. BACK: Sally Brooks; Linda Francis; Mary Lamb; Peter Bearse; Fred Deacon; Charles Steele; Larry Mello; Emilie Gruppe; Beverly Jones; and Nancy Griffin. Honor Business Club FRONT: Linda Francis; Natalie De Coste; Carol Creightney; Anne Dionne; Esther Jacobson; Hariette Brown; Margaret Azevedo. MIDDLE: Marcia Davis; Marion Provost; Nancy Griffin; Mary Jane Davis; Maureen Canillas; Donna Kaihlanen; Jacqueline Scola. BACK: Alice Souza; Urilla Cheverie; Robert Oginz; Carol Hilshey; Phyllis Russell. The Honor Business Club is similar to the National Honor Society in its re- quirements for member- ship. The members, how- ever, are in the business course, or are carrying at least two business sub- jects. Its purpose is to provide recognition for honor business students and to promote recrea- tional, educational, and social activities. 1 10 Student Council The Student Council, composed of a fixed num- ber of members from each class, is the body which represents the school in any questions which might arise. Its pur- pose is to encourage good citizenship in the school, and to promote the gen- eral welfare of the school. It also tries to encourage and sponsor worthy stu- dent activities. By selling stock in the “Youth of Gloucester Corporation, " the Council raises money for a scholarship for any member of the senior class. FRONT: Susan Goodhue; Gretchen Hinicke; Sally Brooks, Secretary; Douglas Whynott, President; Robert Oginz, Vice President; Mary Lamb, Treasurer; Joyce Farnham. MIDDLE: Mark Silva; Elinor Ina; Lola Wennerberg; Betty Boardman; Jane Coleman; John Shea. BACK: James Hunicke; Charles Anderson; William Fritzmeier; Kevin Shore; Bradley Peterson; Allan Visnick. Service Club FRONT: Natalie DeCoste; Hariett Brown; Margaret Azevedo; Gail Hannibal; Sally Somers; Anna Frontiero; Sandra Thomas; Maureen Canillas. MIDDLE: Betty Hudson; Phyllis Bertolino; Grace Curcuru; Ann Dionne; Judy Leavitt; Judy Robinson; Mary Lou Bain; Carol Creightney; Joan Goldthwaite. BACK: Joan Michel I ; Jean Maranhas; Nancy Griffin; Paige Beck; Marcia Frontiero; Linda Francis; Joyce Cardoza; Esther Jacobson; Emilie Gruppe. The Service Club was formed to give credit to students who have given their time to the welfare of the school. A few of the ways in which they can earn credits are by being secretaries, work- ing in the office, library and cafeteria, and by per- forming other similar acts of service. If, by their graduation, members have earned ten service cred- its, they receive a stamp on their diplomas. Junior Volunteers The Junior Volunteers are a group of girls who give their service outside of school. They are spon- sored by the Women ' s Auxiliary at the Addison Gilbert Hospital. By work- ing after school for a cer- tain number of hours, taking a gift cart around the hospital for the pa- tients, the girls can earn pins of service. ROW 1 : Sharon Porter; Theresa Scola; Kathy Barry; Carol Brown, Chairman; Jean Scott; Carol Carr. ROW 2: Sherrill Burns; Sue Ann Bell; Joan Brooks; Bonnie Pailazola; Pat Cavender; Joyce Cardoza; Carol Waterhouse; Judy Colson; Lola Wennerberg; Emilie Gruppe. Stage Crew FRONT: Robert Brown; Dana Pommet; Warren Spurling; Billy Griffin; Bernard Sova; John Colarusso. SECOND: Robert Town; Peter Green; Allan Murry; Terry Flannagan; Steve Dexter; John Wonson, President; Eddie Abbott; Gene Sutherland; Teddie Cooney; Jimmy Jones. THIRD: Gasper Lafata; Mr. John Carter, Advisor; Billy Flygare; Alida Rutchik; Jimmy Lodge. BACK: Lloyd Corraro; Billy Simms; Steve Novae; Peter Anderson; Douglas Brown; and Tommy Corcoran. The members of the Stage Crew join in their freshman year, and learn the arts of stage produc- tion. They are in charge of the upkeep of the stage, and of scenery and other props for produc- tions taking place in the auditorium. They are also trained in the use of the stage equipment. Off the stage, they run the pro- jectors in the classrooms. 1 12 Phy sical Club Science Beta Beta Biology Club The Physical Science Club was formed this year to arouse more in- terest in the science fair. In the future the club hopes to build some lab- oratory equipment, such as a ripple tank (used to study sound waves) or an amplifier, which would be used by the science de- partment in the class- rooms. At their meetings they discuss the " goings on " in the science world, or witness a demonstra- tion of experiments pre- sented by club members. FRONT: Leonard Nickerson; Michael Have, President; Sandra Matheson, Secretary; Richard Story, Vice President; Robert Gruppe. BACK: Mr. Martins, Advisor; Peter Bearse, Student Advisor; Robert Stone; Earle Mason; Allan Murray; Myles Somers; Ethan Feener. The Beta Beta Biology Club was started this year. Although it is one of the newest of our clubs, its membership is among the largest in the school. All persons who have passed biology or physiology are eligible for membership. The club purposes are to increase the appreciation and un- derstanding of the sci- FRONT: Marcia Mallette; Donna Parsons; Judy Soule; Jean Maranhas; Joan Brown; Sally Gillis; Carol Lufkin. BACK: Angela Favalora; Judy Coleson; Joan Mitchell; Christine Korkatti; Nancy Wile; Anne Dionne; Joan Goldth- waite; Nancy Wetmore; Milena Modica. ences. German Club Left to right: Allan Visnick; Sam Carbonero; Charles Anderson; Paul Goodwin; Kevin Shore; Harry Dagle; Elke Nieberle; Mr. Theodore Hersey, Advisor; Meredith Hopkins; Colby Tucker; Barbie Smith; Angelika Waetzen; and Richard Chane. Latin Club SEATED: Liz Connors, President; and Urilla Cheverie, Vice President. STANDING: Donna Favazza; Carolyn Marshall; Sally Cahill; Katherine Karvellas; Barbara Smith; Barbara Kohr; Kathy Love; Michele Smith, Treasurer; Sharon Roberts; Dina Babson; Barbara Teloni; Carol Walters; Irene Machey; Leslie Burns; and Madith Goodwin. The Latin Club was founded by students so that they might get more of a glimpse of Roman life, history, and civiliza- tion. This year the club utilized this knowledge in planning a Roman Ban- quet. They followed the saying, " When in Rome, do as the Romans do, " by planning authentic menus and costumes of the Ro- man people. It was to be held in true Roman style —on the floor. The German Club is one of the four language clubs in G.H.S. This club, however, unlike the oth- ers, does not require the members to have had German. It is open to anyone who is interested in learning another cul- ture. Here the members are demonstrating the well known German Band, and displaying the beer mug " which made Ger- many famous. " French Club Le Cercle Francais is an organization for students in French. Its purposes are to introduce to the students the culture of France. By speaking only French during the meet- ings, they also have prac- tice in using the language. The club has various forms of entertainment, including French films, records, and lectures. The French Club gives to the students a chance to use the language outside of the regular classroom con- versations. KNEELING: Meridith Hopkins; Sally Worth; Mary Jane Pohas; Dina Babson; Jo Egan; Judy Coleson. STANDING: Jim Hunicke, Vice President; Linda Spoerry; Betty Pallazola; Marjorie Carr, Treasurer; Carla Crocker; Mary Lamb; Marilyn Carr, Secretary; Sheila Ferrini; Milena Modica, President; Lola Wennerburg; Joan Goldthwaite; Margaret Herrick; Carolyn Marshall; and Barbara Kohr. Spanish Club KNEELING: Edward Lewis; Larry Mello; Sandra Thomas; Carol Silva; Milena Modica; Brad Peterson. STANDING: Donald Greeke; Nancy Johnson; Jean Scott; David Robichand; Marilyn Santapaola; Miss Mildred Frostholm, Advisor; Beverly Jones; Christine Korkatti; Josephine Frontiero; Jean Codina; Jean Cunningham; Carol Lufkin; Jean Maranhas; Reginald Jackson; Margaret Webber; Heba Brynjolfs; and Jo Egan. El Club Espanol is an organization like the French Club to introduce its members to Spain. Its purposes are similar, however, having more students, it is able to do more. It sponsors, for example, a show case in the third floor corridor, and it has in the past sponsored a dance of a Spanish nature. Here, Jo Egan, the president of the club, demonstrates a Christmas festival of try- ing to break a pinata while blindfolded. 115 History Club The History Club is open to the students who are interested in learning more about their history, both past and present. ROW 1 : Jane Dorman; Sue Marr; Gayle Stickney; Sue Ann Bell; Sharon Roberts. ROW 2: John Shea; Mary Jo Arnold; Arthur Lana; Sue Favalora; Richard Story. Collette Thibedeau; Syl- via AAelanson; Lorraine Metcalf; and Ruth Kincade represent the Future Homemakers of America. It is their goal " to help its members live better today in order that their lives and those of their families may be better to- morrow. " The work they do supplements the work done in class. Their mot- to is: " Toward New Hori- zons. " Future Homemakers of America Benjamin Franklin Club The Ben|amin Franklin Club furthers the interest in and the knowledge of the printing industry through books and indus- trial trips. The club, which is composed of boys in the print shop, has made available a scholarship which is awarded to a graduate of the Print Shop. SEATED: Vincent Boyle, Vice Pres- ident; Herbert Gardner, President; Robert Dion, Secretary; Mr. Harvel R. Vail, Advisor; and Delis George. 6 Flash The purpose of the Ste- vens Book Reviewers is to introduce to its mem- bers a varied program of reading. They review cur- rent books both for the school publications and for their program for the school library. SEATED: Judy Coleson; Carol Wal- ters; Betty Pallazola; Margaret Her- rick. STANDING: Hugh Olmstead; Kevin Shore; Allan Visnick; Emilie Gruppe; Sally Brooks; and Peter Bearse. Beacon The BEACON, our semi- annual literary magazine, offers all students who are interested in good writing to see their work in print, and an oppor- tunity to read the work of their fellow students. FIRST: Bev Jones, Editor; Beverly Steele; Carol Walters. SECOND: Ginger King; Paul Fischer; Nancy Roberts; Sylvia Melanson; Kathy Love; Barbara Kohr. THIRD: Sally Cahill; Gail Whynot; Judy Dono- ban; Marion Provost; Francis Pis- catello. BACK: Dina Babson; Nan- cy Natti; Pat Hobbs; Caros Silva. The FLASH, our school newspaper, is published weekly in the Gloucester Daily Times. Reporters are given instruction in writ- ing news articles, while the editors and their as- sistants learn how to pre- pare the copy. SEATED: Emilie Gruppe, Editor; Linda Francis; Margaret Azeveado; Nancy Wetmore, Editor. STAND- ING: Paul Fischer, Nancy Rob- erts, Rudolph Laine; Sharon Rob- erts; Carolyn Marshall; Kathleen Love; Mitchel Cohen; Barbara Kohr; Beverly Steele; Stephen Bloomberg; Joan Goldthwaite; Christine Korkatti; John Bell; Mary Jo Arnold; Leslie Millett; George Andrews; Pamela Irving; Marcia Davis; Leslie Burns; Elizabeth Azavedo. Stevens Reviewers 117 Glee Club The Girls ' Glee Club is composed of sophomore, junior and senior girls who have been selected for voice quality and abil- ity to read music. It stages two productions a year, a concert at Christ- mas and a musical in the spring. The girls also at- tend state auditions and give various concerts around the city. Here the Glee Club is represented by the seni or girls. FRONT: Joan Mitchell; Pat McTigue; Cynthia Martin; Gerry Andrews, President; Sally Brooks; Sally Worth; Stephanie Green; Christine Korkatti. BACK: Linda Francis; Nancy Wetmore; Marcia Mallette; Carol Lufkin; Joan Brown; Mary Lamb; Jean Maranhas; Nancy Wile; Judy Coleson; Jane Tarr; Mary Jane Pohas. A Cappella Choir FRONT: Pat McTigue; Cynthia Martin; Gerry Andrews; Sally Brooks; Stephanie Green; Lola Wennerburg; Sally Worth. MIDDLE: Carol Waterhouse; Ginger King; Sally Cahill; Ann Hale; Mary Lamb; Nancy Wile; Robert Oginz. BACK: Lester Ghick; Robert Burke; Allan Visnick; Gilbert Marchant; Charles Strople; Harold Oginz; Larry Rubino. The A Cappeila Choir is a supplement to the Girls ' Glee Club. Its mem- bers are those carefully selected for tone quality, harmony and singing without accompaniment. Composed of juniors and seniors, it is the choir which competes for state choruses and other com- petitions. They also fur- nish the soloists for the productions of the Glee Club. 118 American Field Service Committee FRONT: Leslie Burnes, Secretary; Sally Brooks, Chairman; Mary Lamb, Vice Chairman; Heba Brynjolfs. BACK: Jim Hinicke; Robert Burke; Wilton Tongco; Bradford Arthur; and Bill Henderson. The American Field Service Committee is a new organization this year, having been found- ed by Sally Brooks. It was started with the main purpose of aiding stu- dents who apply for a summer scholarship to a foreign country. Its goals have enlarged, however, to cover making- the ex- change students in Glou- cester feel at home, ar- ranging a weekend in Gloucester for the foreign students in this area, rais- ing money to bring the students here and send our students abroad, and arousing interest within the school. Orchestra Director Mr. Robert Puff; violins— Robert Burke, Frederick Deacon, Katherine Kippen, Deborah Gregory, Donna Patrican; clarinets— Jane Cole- man, Peter Green, Howard Visnick; trumpets— Silberio Jasper, James Lodge, John Perry, William Parsons; trombone and bassoon— Donald Nikola; Howard Lodge; percussion— Charles Anderson, President; Andrew Noyes, William Flygare. The Orchestra is composed of students who are interested in music and have had sufficient background to be able to play with others. From the orchestra, the students learn enough to be able to participate in music festivals and other competitions. They also supply the music for the assemblies. National Thespian Society Steven Spoerry, Rich- ard Nickerson, William Taylor, Linda Spoerry, and the Coach— -Mr. William Kane, represent the De- bating Club. It is their purpose to give the mem- bers skills in public speak- ing, familiarity with cur- rent issues, and the ability to think logically. This year the club has begun to hold debates with oth- er schools. Debating Club The purpose of the Na- tional Thespian Society is to promote interest in the dramatic arts. This year the drama festival with eight schools participat- ing was held here in Feb- ruary. The society has also presented many plays. FRONT: Angela Favalora; Sheila Ferrini; Joan Kerr; Jane Tarr, President; Marcia Frontiero, Sec- retary; Phyllis Russell; Hazel Gaud- reau. MIDDLE: Jane Smurrage; Carolyn Irving; Sharon Twomey; Lola Wennerburg; Beverly Steele; Carolyn Marshall; Marcia Davis; Carol Walters; Beverly Porter. BACK: Harold Oginz; David Snel- son; Sachia DePascale; Pam Pez- zati; Kate Cleaves; Nancy Roberts; Ginger King; Bob Oginz; William Fritzmeier. Chess Club It is the intent of the Chess Club to give its members a chance to learn the art of the game. SEATED: Malcolm McLeod; Heba Brynjolfs; Marcalo Vagos; Sheila Ferrini; Robert Burke; Phyllis Rus- sell; Wilton Tongco; Sharon Rob- erts. STANDING: Nancy Roberts; Gail Wonson; Patricia Burke; Ethan Feener; Brad Peterson; James Hunicke; Mr. Irving Robbins, Ad- visor. 120 They That Lead The Officers, each with an assigned unit, have the task of seeing that the or- ders of the Military Depart- ment are carried out. They consist of a Brigade staff and a commander from each of the line companies, the Band, and the Honor Guard. The Colors consist of a Brigade Color Guard and a guidon bearer from each unit. While the Color Guard displays our flags of patri- otism and marches as unit, the guidon bearers carry their guidons in their com- pany. FRONT ROW: Lt. Col. Manuel P. Domingoes, Col. Michel A. LaFond, Maj. Mark Silva. BACK ROW: Lt. Fredrick Deacon, Lt. Ronald Cluett, Lt. William T. Hoffer, Lt. Edward Burke, Lt. Robert Curcuru, Lt. Leland Aspesi, Lt. William Flygare. The Officers and Colors FRONT ROW: Sgt. Warren Watson, Robert O ' Maley, Mike Pallazola, William Henderson, CpI. Richard Nickerson. BACK ROW: CpI. Peter White, CpI. Harold Reed, Benjamine Favazza, Clarence Rudolph, Robert Dodge, John Tognazzi, Charles Loring, Sfc. Marsha Collins. I 11 I FIRST ROW: Paul Fischer, Douglas Whynott, David Milne, Lloyd Schwartz, Larry Mello, Sheldon Knowles, and Joel Chapman. SECOND ROW: Charles Noble, Ronald Hallett, John Skillen, Philip Barkhouse, John Orlando, Charles Seavy, Salvatore Carbonaro, and Bradley Peterson. R.O.T.C. Sergeants And They That Follow Are All a Part Boys ' Varsity Rifle Team FIRST ROW: Ronald Clay, Secretary; Stephen Dexter, Treas- urer; William Fritzmeier, Captain; Earle Collins, Vice Pres- ident; Frank D ' Amico, President; Salvatore Testaverde. SECOND ROW: Frank Boardman, Richard Tarr, Kevin Shore, Robert Brown, Thomas Henderson. The varsity rifle team fires every afternoon plus matches, is very victorious, and is under the instruction and upervision of Sfc. Frank A. Pettengill. Left , Right, Left — Watch That Guide FIRST ROW: Mr. Robert Puff; Jon Carroll; John Perry; Joseph Novello; Phillip Poulsen; David Mulcahy; Elliott Blatchford; Lt. William Flygare Sfc. Charles Anderson; Jon Amero; Charles Elwell; M Sgt. Ronald Selig; CpI. Richard Tarr; John Colarusso; Ralph Knight; Spc. Stephen Kinner SECOND ROW: Gary Saunders; Fred Malanson; CpI. Robert Town; John Mulcahy; CpI. Hugh Olmsteod; Peter Mitchell; Sfc. Ralph Goulart Clifford Gale; CpI. Harry Dagle; CpI. Franklin Boardman; Wallace Mallett; Herbert Gardner. THIRD ROW: Frank Chiaramitaro; Roland Adams CpI. Warren Spurling; Anthony Tamarindo; Peter Green; William Griffin; James Jones, Salvatore Genawese; Dominic Mazzeo; Mathew Busbee Silbario Jasper; Marcola Vagos; Sfc. William Fritzmeier. FOURTH ROW: Mitchell Cohen; CpI. Angelo Bertolino; Charles Adams; Frank Latassa William Baxter; Robert Whitmarsh; Lawrence Sampson; James Lodge; CpI. Kenneth Gouin; William Parsons; George Andrews; Val Somers FIFTH ROW: James Griffin; CpI. Walter Piraino; CpI. Bradford Arthur; Alan Murray; CpI. Charles Lowe; CpI. Colbath Tucker; CpI. Howard Lodge Frank Powers; Eugene Silva; Robert Perry; Richard Wadsworth; John Bell. SIXTH ROW: P. Goodwin; Richard Story; Lovell Parsons. G.H.S. R.O.T.C. Band Mr. Robert E. Puff, director; Sfc. Stephen Kinner, military supervisor; SFC. Charles Anderson, drum-major; Lt. William Flygare, commanding officer. Owe We All This Honor Guard and Girls ' Drill Team THIRD: Paul Fischer; Robert Brown; David Rose; Robert Tarr; David Brown; David Snelson; John Sperry; Franklin Hamilton; Ronald Teixeira. SECOND: Laurence Sawler; Ronald Perriera; Samuel Favazza; Everett Ercolani; Brenden Densmore; Anthony Cognato; Paul Bagley; Thomas Sullivan; Donald Muise. FRONT, left to right: Fred Deacon; Peter White; William Burr; Dana Pommet; Frank Anderson; Thomas linsky; Clifford Sampson; Bradley Story; Robert Burke; Kenny Enos; Thomas Morris. FIRST ROW, left to right: 2nd Lt. Josephine Egan; Sgt. Donna Parsons; Christine Korkatti; Wilma Smith; Judith Layton; Rosemary Schrafft; Doreen Chiametaro; Urilla Cheverie; Marcia Mallette; Susan Wakeley; Gail Hannibal; Marilyn Silva; Susan Rand; Margaret Kippen. SECOND ROW: Sfc. Msrica Collins; Carol Lufkin; Sara Worth; Sandra Thomas; Mary Budrow; Maureen Rodgers; Virginia Testaverde; Elinor Ina; Carla Crocker; Sherrie Somers; Marilyn Lewis; Virginia Kandras; Katherine Nicastro; Roxia Bullock. THIRD ROW: Sgt. Nancy Tarr; Mary Patten; Carolyn Marshall; Barbara Johnson; Nancy Griffin; Gail Whynott; Nancy Goldthwaite; Marcia Cole; Madith Goodwin; Carol Silva; Andrea Ranta; Dale Feener; Jo Ann Messina. FOURTH ROW: Sgt. Judith Soule; Geraldine Kyrouz; Nancy Wile; Susan Dexter; Dina Babson; Elizabeth Connors; Beverly Jones; Jane Dorman; Michele Smith; Paula Mitchell; Carrellen Stowell; Diane Douglas; Phyllis Bertolino. To These Fine Men Captain James W. Curtis, Jr., Professor of Mil- itary Science and Tactics, is the head of the mil- itary department here at Gloucester High School. Before coming here in 1957, he was stationed at the Infantry Shcool at Ft. Benning, Georgia. He is also the military supervisor of the Girls ' Drill Team. Military Dept. G.H.S. SFC Frank A. Pettengill came here in 1957 after a tour of duty with the VII Corps, in Stuttgart, Germany. He is an instructor and coaches the Boys ' Varsity and Jr. Varsity Rifle Teams. SFC Stephen G. Kinner is the military supervisor of the R.O.T.C. Band, and coaches Girls ' Varsity Rifle Team. Be- fore coming here in 1958, he was stationed at Ft. Ben- ning, Georgia. v»l r-v. ■ ■ M Sgt. Douglas S. Russell is the Administrative N-CO here at Gloucester High School. As well as instructing, he does all the paper work that keeps our brigade running smoothly. Formerly with the Massachusetts Military District at Boston Army Base, he came here in 1953 and has played a great part in the success of our brigade. Athletics By the HULT STUDIO l j After an extensive period of condi- tioning, Coach Nate Ross ' s ' 59 edition of the Fishermen grid machine opened in the poorest kind of playing conditions. Gloucester lost that one by the score of 18-0 to a strong Lynn Classical team. The Gloucester gang went on to compile a record of four wins and five losses for the season. Nate Ross can be proud of that team, as they gave 100 % effort. 1 here were no loafers on the field Sat- urdays. The low point of the season was a 34-0 Saugus shel lackir g . The high point was when they came back from a score of 14-0 and defeated Melrose 26-22. It was their seasonal peak. " That Melrose game is the one these kids will remem- - 1 X- sift y- t if m- fi MW p 1 !Hr Mg ' i |A. A I wk — ber in the years to come. " This team was a young team with only 13 seniors, and will mark the beginning of some more great football teams. The consistent work of Rudoloph, Co-Capt. Bob Curcuru, Pete Favazza, Harold Reed, Bill Hoffer . . . the enthusiasm of Co-Capt. Larry Mello and the defensive work of Mark Silva and Warren Whitehead were among the big satisfactions accorded the follow- ers of the team during the past cam- paign. Top: Rudolph; Loiacano; Hoffer; Witehead; Wolfe; Lopes. Bottom: Favazza; M. Silva; Maguire; Reed; Linquata; T. Ryan. for the Fishermen Our Basketball Team Absent was Benny Hughes. THIRD ROW: Donald Patrican, William McLeod. SECOND ROW: David Patrican, Jones Newell, Russell Davis, Rob- ert Lopes. FRONT ROW: Vincent Boyle, Robert Corkum, Richard Ryan, Colby Larken. Lopes hits for two H. Pascucci grabs a rebound MacLeod goes up for a jump shot. 134 Action and More Action Driving for two Up they go Slight of hand? Yes., he got it! Patiently waiting Quite a race Did he make it? Girls ' Athletics The Physical Education Department for girls in Gloucester High School includes activities for all Freshmen and Sophomores. During the school hours, the girls can be seen playing tennis, badminton, softball, soc- cer, volleyball, and basketball. Bowling, tumbling, and golf are other sports that they enjoy. This year interscholastic competition in basketball and field hockey have started. Winning is not their only goal— they also want to have a good time. Girls ' Leader ' s Club The Leader ' s Club is a group of girls who meet after school to learn about the next day ' s activities in order to help during the class periods. FRONT: Jeanne White; Barry Brown; Sandra Cartoni; Betty Boardman; Jane Dorman; Elinor Ina; Marilyn Silva; Judith Kline; Dawn Steele; Barry Johnson; Susan Dexter. MIDDLE: Roxia Bullock; Deanna Amaral; Roberta Wadsworth; Ronna Hammond; Sue Rand; Karen Amero; Virginia Testaverde; Sue Ann Bell; Gretchen Hunicke; Jane Ashline; Brenda Raizin; Peggy Kippin. BACK: Nina Groves; Marilyn Carr; Marjorie Carr; Cecelia DeAbrea; Joyce Rocha; Lucille Araujo; Mary Ann Hallett; Phyllis Hannibal; Judy Wile; Jean DeCoste; Phyllis Russell. Some will say that all gym is a little upside down Some will say nothing to do Others say that it is only partly crazy Most of it makes sense; it puts everyone right in trim L ) rf f A v M s.i ' Now as we finish this book, may we again express our hopes that as the years pass we might remember all the events and peo- ple we have known this year. We all join with our President Robert Oginz, in wishing Heba and Willie the very best of every- thing in the future. Farewell to Gloucester High School Best Wishes to the Class of 1959 THE YMCA CANTEEN Compliments of AUNE ' S YARN SHOP Compliments of FROSTY CUP JIM AND KAY SHEA GOLDMAN ' S Fashions for the High School and College Girls Quality Furniture for Over 50 Years C. F. TOMPKINS CO. 67 Middle Street GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of NICKAS SELF-SERVICE MARKET Cor. of Prospect St. and Friend St. TEL. 3165 LOU ' S CLEANSERS 55 Prospect St. GLOUCESTER TEL. 4312 Warm Wishes, Class of ' 59 14 ROGERS ST. TEL. 5454 and Mueller Climatrol The Big Name in Heating Congratulations 1959 From ESSEX LUMBER COMPANY Compliments of AND AUGUSTUS G. MEANS ESSEX, MASS. ROBERT C. HILTZ Furniture and Piano Moving Used Furniture for Sale 285 Main Street Tel. 2520-W GLOUCESTER CITY OIL Compliments of the GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES Compliments of Compliments of REEDS GLOUCESTER MACHINE SHOP AUTO SALES, INC. CORPORATION 67 East Main Street GLOUCESTER 1348 DeSoto Plymouth CONGRATULATIONS to the GRADUATING CLASS From GLOUCESTER CO-OPERATIVE BANK CUNNINGHAM PAINT COMPANY 55 MAIN STREET Painters and Decorators CONNORS PHARMACY Prescription Specialists Tel. 78 112 Main Street GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of VICTORY BEAUTY AND SLENDERIZING SALONS Compliments of WOODRUFF ' S SERVICE STATION 18 Railroad Avenue Compliments of BOB ' S HABERDASHERY 245 MAIN STREET TEL. 452 BROWN ' S WALKOVER SHOES 127 Main Street GEORGE CONSTANCE, Prop. Footwear for Today’s Teenager PHONE 912 Compliments of CAPE ANN BOARD OF INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS BURNHAM THOMAS YACHT YARD Norwood Court GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Hauling — Storage — Repairs TELEPHONE 679 JOHN A. JOHNSON, INC. Insurance WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM I DUNCAN STREET TEL 16 " Our Policy Is Your Protection WHITEHEAD BUICK, INC. CAPTAIN ' S TABLE, INC. Compliments of Famous for Fine Sea Foods HRS.: I 1:30 — 9:00 P.M. TEL R08-64I 2 TELEPHONE 30 1 -W S. CURTIS ' SONS Established 1887 Flowers for Every Occasion NELSON ' S DRUG STORE 276 MAIN STREET 272 WASHINGTON STREET Greenhouses GLOUCESTER, MASS. Compliments of M. B. WRIGHT HENRY THE HATTER Stationery — Gifts — Greeting Cards 108 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER Main Street GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS CLEVELAND FUNERAL HOME TEL. 186 MRS. HARRY G. CLEVELAND, Mgr. SIMON ' S SPORTS CENTER Martin Street, Essex Tel. ROger 8-7722 Sporting Equipment of All Kinds 268 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER Compliments of GLOUCESTER CHILDREN ' S REILLY MOTOR CO. AND SUB-TEEN SHOP 138 MAIN STREET 3990 Cadillac — Pontiac 130 WASHINGTON STREET LINDA LEE CANDIES Always Fresh — Large Assortments PHONE 497 40 Main Street GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Best Wishes to Class ' 59 SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 143 Main Street TEL. 5191 Compliments of STERLING DRUG STORE EAST GLOUCESTER PHARMACY 173 East Main Street TEL. 230 EAST GLOUCESTER Compliments of FAVORITE CORSET SHOP 1 1 Washington Street GLOUCESTER, MASS. ESSEX LOBSTER HOUSE Lobster — Steak — Chicken Full Liquor License MAIN STREET; ESSEX, MASS. Tel. ROger 8-6242 Tires Electric Recapping Appliances Batteries Television Automobile Washing Supplies Machines Refrigerators A. L. MORTON, INC. MAPLEWOOD AVENUE TELEPHONE 4330 UNITED FISHERIES CO. SHIP CHANDLERY 405 Main Street Tel. 910 LAWRENCE N. PETERSON Contracting Engineer Plumbing and Heating Plumbing, Heating and Sheetmetal Work SHIP CHANDLERY MARINE HARDWARE Corner Rogers and Water Street GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Telephone 560 CAPE ANN SAVINGS BANK " Established in 1846 " " The Place for Your Savings " 109 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASSACHUSETTS Compliments of ADASKO ' S FASHION SHOP 158 MAIN STREET ■I • ?fubertt9 • o£ m • t G. EVERETT MAHONEY, INC. Insurance LEO S. CHANE, Manager 46 Pleasant Street Tel. 5131 Croton Waterproof Watches Guaranteed Waterproof, Shockproof Unbreakable Balance Staff, Mainspring BLANCHARD JEWELER 125 MAIN ST. L. E. ANDREWS CO. Plumbing and Heating Reg. 5590 Sheet Metal Work 42 Rogers Street Telephone 645 GLOUCESTER Compliments of NOYES THE MOVER 121 ROGERS STREET GLOUCESTER HUBBARD AND PURDY Mason Contractors Block Concrete Tile Brick Work and Stucco Plastering OFFICE 45 DENNISON STREET TELEPHONE 3359 GLOUCESTER Compliments of CAPE ANN NATIONAL BANK THE STORY SHIPYARD ESSEX SHIPYARD, INC. ESSEX, MASSACHUSETTS Established 1913 ADAMS SERVICE STATION 73 Essex Avenue GLOUCESTER, MASS. PHONE 3470 Green Stamps Friendly Service NORMAN OFFICE SUPPLY, INC. Everything for the Office 15 WASHINGTON ST. GLOUCESTER Compliments of D. F. HARRIS SONS, INC. GLOUCESTER, MASS. Canvas Products Upholstering Compliments of HAROLD N. PIKE Compliments of RECREATION BOWLINS ALLEYS ' Compliments of GLOUCESTER NATIONAL BAN K Compliments of WADE ' S The Waiting Station School Supplies Typewriters 114 MAIN ST. TEL 48 Compliments of BROAD ' S SHOE STORE HUDDER-PARSONS, INC. Pharmacists Best of Luck to the Seniors!! NATIONAL BUTCHERS COMPANY 99 MAIN STREET Compliments of DEMARCO ' S Cleansers and Dyers 103 WASHINGTON STREET GLOUCESTER It ' s GRAY ' S for Quality Sports Equipment Compliments of CAPE ANN TV SERVICE Gloucester ' s Hi-Fi Center 122 MAIN STREET TEL. 806 GEORGE K. ROGERS CO. JEWELERS 50 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER, MASS. BEACON MARINE BASIN, INC. Studios — Yacht Marina Wharfage — Storage — Repair Facilities Crane Service — Yachts — Commercial Vessels 211-221 EAST MAIN STREET East Gloucester, Massachusetts TELEPHONE 2380 PARKS BROTHERS Electricians 351 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER Compliments of MULLER ' S PHARMACY ROBERT AND MARY PAXINOS vM m GAYBROOK GARAGE, INC. General Auto Repairs WESTERN AVENUE, ESSEX Tel. RO 8-6381 Compliments of DICK ' S SHOE SHOP 9 CENTER STREET Tel. 3598 Top Value Stamps Listen, my young friends, and you shall hear The story of a brave pioneer. ' Way back in the time of your great-grand dad He counted up the dollars he had. Said he, " I ' ll build me a little store With a few little windows and one little door; I ' ll sell pretty notions, women ' s hats trimmed with wings, And sugar and lard and corsets and things. I ' ll give everybody the best value I can, They ' re my friends and my neighbors, to the last man. " And do you know, my young friends, what was the end Of this dream of a store on which all could depend? Well, it grew and it grew, and then grew some more; ' Till it had hundreds of windows and more than one door. And the name that it had when great-grand dads were around It kept through the years: " William G. Brown. " And today it ' s the proudest store in creation To have as its good friends, YOU, the Fourth Generation. WILLIAM G. BROWN COMPANY 186 MAIN STREET GLOUCESTER HERE SINCE 1885 — STILL GROWING! Compliments of D. O. FROST COMPANY 33 MAPLEWOOD AVENUE GLOUCESTER JORDAN ' S PICTURE FRAMING SHOP 7 CENTER STREET Framing to Order TEL 2370 Compliments of ART JEWELERS Compliments of ALMY ' S Compliments of A FRIEND L. G. 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FRAZIER Sales Representative 1103 Statler Office Building Boston 1 6, Massachusetts Telephone Liberty 2-9866 Compliments of NORTH SHORE AUTOMOTIVE CO. 295 MAIN STREET TEL. 922 IDEA SHOP 62 Washington Street GLOUCESTER ROBINSON AND LANDRY Painters and Decorators, Paper Hanging, Floors Sanded and Refinished Compliments of MARTY ' S 6 ACACIA STREET TEL. 366-M 6069-M CLOVER FARM STORE Compliments of IVAN ' S ESSO Main Street Essex, Massachusetts Compliments of THE CAUSEWAY " THE PLACE BY CHOICE— NOT BY CHANCE " CUTLER FLORIST " Flowers for All Occasions " - GLEASONS BAIT AND TACKLE One Stop for Bait and Tackle Fresh Water or Salt Water Fresh Native Clams for Steaming 196 WASHINGTON STREET TEL. 3082 BUDROW BROTHERS Auto Repairs Lawnmower Repairs Tires and Batteries E. A. GREEL, INC. 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