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CLYDE D BENNETT
Samuel Gorton Hugh School
Samuel Gorton High School
CHARLES B. MacKAY
HORACE E. HOBBS
CLARENCE S. TAYLOR
We the Class of 7955 wrsh to pause
for a moment to express our appre
cratron to two people who by their
kindness and patient understandtng
have contributed so much to make
our memories of Gorton fond ones
Frrst to our beloved former prrncl
pal MR HENRYJ COOPER who IS
certain to be Immortal In all our
hearts The memory of his dlstlngutsh
ed person and friendly helpful per
sonallty will always be VlVId In our
problems hus own and gave everythnng
he had to make It a better school we
were very sad to part with htm For
has Patient understandmg and wlse
guldance through our school years
his warm encouragement and attitude
of companionship he wlll always
have a place In our hearts
Also to our class adviser MISS
DAVIS whose smcere Interest and
wealth of concern for our class has
endeared her to all of us we express
our smcere gratltude We can never
forget her wlllmgness to see us through
our struggles and her loyalty to us In
times of strife Thank you Mass Davls
for belng so wonderful through the
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minds. Because he made Gorton's
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Seated: Lillian Conroy, A.B,, Ed.M.: Ruth
Shailer, A.B.: Adeline Kopitko, A.B. Standing:
Charlotte Barrett, Ed.B., Senior Guild, Alice
Hurl, Ed.B., ECHO.
Left to Right: John Rudert, B.S., Ed.M., Track:
Joseph McKeon, B.S., Ed.M., Senior Science
Club: Thomas Trainor, Ph.B.: Jerry Deluca,
B.S. Auto Club, James Montague, B.S., Hi-Y.
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
Seated: Elsie Davis, B.S. in Ed., Adviser, 'I2th
Grade: John Salasses, A.B. Standing: Robert
Chilton, A.B., Adviser, Student Council: Mary
Munson, Ed.B., Ed.M.: Franklin Watson, A.B.:
Daniel Pendergast, Ph.B., Lettermen: Coach Jr.
High Baseball and Basketball, Assistant Coach.
Left to Right: John Gannon, Ph.B.: Frances Otis,
Ed.B., Class Day, Michael Morry, Ed.B., Ed.M.,
Coordinator of Assemblies.
Left to Rlght Edmund .Iusczylc BS Coach
Varslty Baseball Asst Coach Basketball J
Hugh Football Dorothy Bradshaw BS Gnrls
AA Elizabeth Prlce AB Anne Kerrlgan BS
Girls AA Avon Hall BS Boys Gym Club
Coach Varsity Basketball and Football
Left to Rught Helen Spruce BS nn Ed Art
Club Evelyn Judd BS In Ed Art Club
Seated: Mary Tillinghast Ed.B. B.S. G.B.C.'
Elizabeth Byrnes B.S. Junior Achievement.
Standing: Elizabeth Donnelly B.S. ECHO Sales-
John Venditto B.S. in B.A. Stockroom.
Left to Right Beatrice Colvin EdB All State
Chorus Jr All State Chorus Mixed Glee Club
Dorothy E Wordell EdB Festival Chorus
Follies Quarettes Paul Wlggms EdB Mus
D Band Orchestra Instrumentals
MANUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
Left fo Righh John McGiveney, B.S., Afhlelic
Directory Charles Quill, Alphonse Gilardig Mau-
rice Tougas, B.A. in Ed.
Ednh Dahlgren A B Junior Book Club Library
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
left to ugh? Mary McKenna BA Dorofhy
Fiske BS EdM Sewing Club Assembly
Frances Scoff BS EdB MA
Left to Right Hang Sarkesuan EdB Adviser
91h Grade Mary Munson Ed B EdM Eliza
b 1h I Hurl Ed B A M Speech Correchon
James A Mclaughlln A B
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS
Sealed left fo rughf Lulluan Longo Ed B
Advusor 81h Grade Cafherune McGuunness
Ed B Aluce O Bruen Ed B Advuser l01h Grade
Y Teen Sfella M Burton Sfandung left io
rught Anfhony E Wulluams A B M A GOR
TONITE Frank Buccu Ed B Jr Hugh Assem
blues Edward Crowley Ph B .lunuar Poluce
Gerald W Archembaull A B 7th Grade
Plays Jacques L Maynard AB Senuor Play
CNof pucfured Lulluan O Neull Ed BJ
Left fo Rught Ethel Reud AB Coardunator
of Junuor Gu Senuor Acfuvuhes Graduatuon
Honors Day Eleanor Hough AB
Munard Pruce B S Future Farmers of Ameruca
Marilyn Scanlon Secretarial Asslsfanf Eliza
beth Gufford Secretary fo Mr Turner
Barbara Hoffman School Mafron June Delkne
Le lo right M Taira A Whale R Pace
E Audef G Gran! B Robbins E Schenck
Who! 0 sferlmg group'
Hall fhe fumbling heroes
U Dall IH fl-,e bunch,
Pear-shaped tones, now! Hgld fhqf line!
Where drd you hear fhcrf?
Laci acf - "Our Town."
The pause fha! refreshes
f ihe world Principal H
The weigh' 0 'Pm Tempore
Our Town Cora s the Echo Square Dance
the secret superlatlves Senior Week the Prom
orles that we may keep as tokens of our years
at Gorton They are carefully impressed upon
our mmds for us to remember lust as we
would press flowers m a book Someday we
wull open this book and look fondly back at
these memories Echoes ofthe Past
the finality of Graduation, all these are mem-
Class President - Ronald Smith
Class Vice-President - Richard Guindon
Class Secretary-Treasurer - Barbara Morgan
Barbara Morgan has been chosen by the senior girls and
the faculty to represent Gorton High School at the Good
Citizenship Pilgrimage Conference conducted by the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution Barbara was chosen on the
qualities of leadership scholarship service and patriotism
This is not an unusual honor for the Morgan family as
Barbaras sister Marilyn was the recipient of the award in
1952 Among her other extra curricular activities Barbara has
been Secretary Treasurer of her class and of the A A in the
llth and 'l2th grades She has been a cheerleader and a
member of the National Junior Honor Society and the Rhode
Island Honor Society
We the students and the faculty extend to Barbara
Morgan our congratulations and the hope that her future
years in the nursing profession will be as successful as her
years at Gorton
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Co-Editor ot the ECHO - George Jensen
Co-Editor of the ECHO - Thomas Mclntosh
President of Student Council - Raymond Buttery
The Ernest Griffin Award is presented annually to the
senior boy who has done a creditable 'ob In the scholastic
as well as the athletic field as ludged by the vote of the
Lettermen This year Ronald Smith has fulfilled the requusutes
of the recipient of this award that of good citizenship schol
Ronald has been class President in the 10th and 12th
grades and class Vice President un the 11th grade He has
been a member of the Lettermen the Student Council and
the Senior Play cast among has other extra curricular
As the last recipient of the Ernest Grlftin Award we are
certain that Ronald will prove worthy of the presentation
as have been the recipients before hum
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astic accomplishment, and athletic prowess.
PATRICIA ANN BARLOW
182 Vernon St. Hoxsie
Echo Sales 3, G.B.C. 3, A.A. l, 2, 3, All State Chorus 2, Senior
ERN EST RAYMOND BECK
12 Wheeler St. Oakland Beach
Follies 2, 3.
56 Van Zandt Ave. Longmeadow
652 Oakland Beach Ave. Oakland Beach
Gortonite Editorial 3, Student Council 2, 3, Hi-Y 3, Lettermen
l, 2, 3, Vice-President 2, President 3, Follies 2, 3, Prom Com-
mittee l, 2, 3, Football .l.V. l, Varsity Football 2, 3, Varsity
Baseball l, 2, 3, Captain 3, Basketball J. V. 'l, Varsity Basket-
ball 2, 3.
MARGARET AGNES BRADY
56 Elmbrook Drive . Bayside
Echo Sales 3, Gortonite Business 3, Y-Teen 3.
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JAMES JERRY CESARIO
60 Brinton Ave. Highland Beach
CONSTANCE MARGARETA CHERMS
17 Congress St. Longmeadow
Echo Editorial 37 Y-Teen 37 Senior Play 37 Twirlers 1, 27 All
State Chorus 17 Prom Committee 2j Girls' State 17 Assemblies 1.
ALLAN STUART CLARK
52 Stokes St. Shawomet
Follies 2, 3.
FRANK LESLIE COLDWELL, JR.
642 Church Ave. Hoxsie
Junior Varsity Football 2.
JOAN CAROL CONWAY
1910 West Shore Rd. Old Warwick
Echo Sales 2j G.B.C. 37 Know Your Rhode Island Club 1.
ELEANOR FRANCES DEVINE
220 Harmony Court Hoxsie
Echo Advertising 35 Echo Sales 1, 25 G.B.C. 35 Senior Play 35
550 Oakland Beach Ave. Oakland Beach
A.A. I, 25 National Junior Honor Society.
991 Cedar Swamp Rd. Apponaug
Echo Sales 35 A. A. 2, 35 Y-Teen 35 Follies 2, 3.
PATRICIA ANNIE DREW
32R Sagamore St. Oakland Beach
80 Sagamore St. Oakland Beach
Echo Editorial 35 Echo Sales 25 Gortonite Business 'l, 25 G.B.C.
Secretary 35 A.A. I, 2, 35 Y-Teen 35 Cheerleaders 2, 3, Secretary
35 National Junior Honor Society5 Follies 2, 35 Senior Guild 35
Pep Assemblies 2, 3.
JOHN FABIAN GARVEY
70 Northrup St. Oakland Beach
Student Council l, 2, Hi-Y l, Follies 1, 2, J.V. Football 1, Track
43 Aurora Drive Hoxsie
Gortonite, Sports Reporter 3, Lettermen 'l, 2, 3, Prom Commit-
tee 2, 3, Varsity Football 2, Follies 3.
BARBARA ANN GIBLIN
57 Elberta St. Hoxsie
Echo Editorial 3, Gortonite Editorial 'l, A.A. 'l, 2, 3, Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Y-Teen 3, Senior Play 3, National Junior Honor Society,
Library Corps 'l, Prom Committee 'l, 2, 3, Executive Committee
2, Girls' State 2, Senior Guild 3, R.l. Drama Festival 3.
JOAN MARIE GIBLINi
57 Elberta St. Hoxsie
Echo Editorial 3, A.A. 'l, 2, 3, President 3, Know Your Rhode
Island Club 'l.
CAROL ANN GIBSON
209 Edgehill Rd. Hoxsie
Echo Editorial 3, G.B.C. Secretary 3, A.A. 2, 3, Y-Teen 3, Sen-
ior Play Crew 3, National Junior Honor Society, Library Corps
249 Bellman Ave. Shawomet
Echo Advertising 35 G.B.C. Secretary 35 Y-Teen 35 Follies 35 R.I.
Drama Festival I.
EDWARD MICHAEL HARRINGTON
20 Slater Ave. Warwick Neck
National Junior Honor Society5 Prom Committee I.
HENRIETTA DOROTHY HARRIS
I2 Crockett St. Oakland Beach
A.A. 'I5 Y-Teen 'I5 All State Chorus I, 2, 35 Follies 'l, 2, 3.
BARBARA ANN HARRISON
34 Grace Ave. Conimicut
Echo Sales 25 Gortonite 35 G.B.C. Secretary 35 A.A. I, 2, 35
Twirlers I, 2, 3, Head Twirler 35 Follies I, 35 Pep Assemblies 'I, 2.
I77 Wood St. Oakland Beach
Echo Sales I, 35 Gortonite Editorial 35 G.B.C. 35 A.A. 25 Y-Teen
Vice-President 35 Band I, 25 Twirlers I, 2.
CAROL MARIE HUNOLD
31 Cambridge Ave. Conimicut
Echo Sales 1, Echo Advertising 3, G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Twirl-
ers 1, 2, 3, Follies 3, Assemblies 3.
GEORGE ARTHUR JENSEN
50 Winter Ave. Conimicut
Echo Editorial 3, Co-Editor 3, Student Council 2, 3, Senior Play
3, Band 1, Orchestra 1, National Junior Honor Society, Prom
Committee 2, 3, Executive Committee 1, 2, 3, Assemblies 3.
TERESA ANN JOLLS
22 Fulton St. Conimicut
G.B.C. 3, A.A. 3, Y-Teen 3, Follies 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, As-
semblies 2, 3. '
ROBERT ALFRED KANE
95 Harvard Ave. Conimicut
ANNE FREUND KAUFMAN
262 Tiffany Ave. Warwick Neck
Echo Sales 1, 2, Echo Advertising 3, Gortonite Business 1, 2,
Gortonite Editorial 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 3, Senior Play 3,
Band 1, Cheerleader 2, Head Cheerleader 3, Follies 2, 3, Prom
Committee 2, 3, City Government Program 1, 2, Senior Guild
3, R.I. Drama Festival 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 3.
DIANNE FREUND KAUFMAN
262 Tiffany Ave. Warwick Neck
Echo Sales 1, 2, Echo Editorial 3, Gortonite Business Editor 1, 2,
A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen Treasurer 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Twirlers 1, 2, 3,
National Junior Honor Society, Library Corps 1, Follies 2, 3,
Prom Committee 2, 3, City Government Program 1, 2, Senior
Guild 3, R.l. Drama Festival 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 3.
SANDRA EVELYN KELLOGG
42 Barber Ave. Greenwood
Echo Advertising 3, Echo Sales 2, Gortonite 2, 3, G.B.C. 3, A.A.
1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 3, Twirlers 1, 2, Senior Guild 3.
JUDITH ANN KETTLETY
54 Steele Ave. Conimicut
Echo Advertising 3, G.B.C. 3, Y-Teen 3, All State Chorus 2, Li-
brary Corps 1, 2.
MARILYN ROSE KENNY
93 Cady Ave. Longmeadow
Echo Editorial 3 AA 1 2 3
MARY ROSE KROIAN
686 Sandy Lane Apponaug
Echo Sales 3, Student Council 2, G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, Y-Teen 3,
Follies 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Assemblies 1, 2, 3.
PATRICIA ANN KURILLA
41 Betsy Williams Drive Hoxsie
G.B.C. 37 A.A. 3.
MARCIA FRAYNE LAKEY
71 Sayles Ave. Warwick Neck
Echo Advertising 37 Echo Sales 2, 37 A.A. 1, 2, 37 Representative
37 Y-Teen 37 Inter-Club Council7 Prom Committee 37 Executive
CLARA MAY LAMSON
91 Ridgeway Ave. Hoxsie
Echo Sales 1, 27 G.B.C. 37 A.A. 1, 2, 37 Y-Teen 37 Cheerleader
2, 37 Library Corps 17 Follies 2, 37 Prom Committee 2, 3.
HEN RY MATTHEW LEMIEUX
15 Warren Ave. Warwick Neck
National Junior Honor Society7 Football J.V. 1.
JOHN JOSEPH LEWIS
275 West Shore Road Hoxsie
Lettermen 1, 2, 3j Follies 2, 37 Football J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 37
Basketball J.V. 1, Varsity 2, 37 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 3.
CONSTANCE ALINE LOFGREN
125 Carlton Ave. Warwick Neck
Echo Editorial 3, A.A. 2 3- Y-Teen President 3' Follies 2 3
Prom Committee 1 2 3- Senior Guild 3' R.l. Drama Festival 3
WESLEY CLAYTON LOYD
39 Winter Ave. Conimicut
Class Ofticers, Vice-President 1 President 2- Student Council 1
2, 3, Vice-President 3, Hi-Y 3, Lettermen 1, 2, 3, Senior Play 3
Band 1, Orchestra 3, Follies 1, 2, 3, Prom Committee 2, 3, Var
sity Football 1, 2, 3, Captain 3, Executive Committee 1, 2, 3
City Government Program 2, 3, Assemblies 2. 3.
EDWARD FRANK LUCHKA
19 Shawomet Ave. Shawomet
Follies 1, 2, Future Farmers of America 1, 2, 3, President 3.
225 Canfield Ave. Oakland Beach
MARY AUDREY McCAUGHEY
35 Overbrook Ave. Conimicut
Echo Sales 1, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Twirlers 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 1, All State
Chorus 1, 2, 3.
EVERETT McCURDY, JR.
19 Gibbons Ave. Conimicut
Leftermen 3, Prom Committee 1, 2, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country
1, 2, 3.
JOHN WILLIAM McDERMOTT
293 Grove Ave. Bayside
National Junior Honor Society.
JUNE MARIE McGRATH
26 Watson St. Oakland Beach
G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Y-Teen 3, Program Chairman.
THOMAS ALEXANDER MCINTOSH, JR.
32 Carder Road Old Warwick
Co-Editor, Echo Editorial 3, Student Council 2, Lettermen 1, 2, 3,
Senior Play 3, All State Chorus 1, Follies, Stage Crew 2, Bas-
ketball J.V. 2, Varsity 3, Track 1, 2, 3, Cross Country 1, 2, 3,
Assemblies 1, 2.
CONSTANCE ANN MACOMBER
101 Sevilla Ave. Hoxsie
G.B.C. Teller 3.
CAROLE ANNE MUNROE
127 Glen Drive Apponaug
Echo Editorial 3, Echo Sales 1, 2, Gortonite Business 1, 2, A.A.
1, 2, 3, Y-Teen Secretary 3, Cheerleader 3, National Junior
Honor Society, Library Corps 1, Follies 2, 3, Prom Committee 2,
3, Senior Guild 3, Assemblies 3.
JOHN PETER MURPHY
224 Reservoir Ave. Providence
Echo Editorial 3, Hi-Y 3, Lettermen 3, Senior Play 3, Follies 3,
Football J.V. 1, 2, Varsity 3, Assemblies 2, 3.
GEORGE RANSOM NOBLE, JR.
20 Stokes St. Conimicut
Hi-Y 1, Senior Play.
JEAN ANN NORTON
81 Dixie Ave. Hoxsie
Library Corps 3.
PATRICIA ANN PASQUALETTI ,
25 Granger Court Hoxsie
Echo Soles 1, 2, Echo Editorial 3, G.B.C. 3, Y-Teen 3, Senior
Play Crew 3, National Junior Honor Society, Library Corps 1,
2, Senior Guild 3.
THOMAS HENRY REID
53 Halsey Drive Hoxsie
Echo Sales 37 Gortonite Business 37 Student Council 1, 27 Letter-
men 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 37 Follies 37 Prom Committee 37 Football
J.V. 1, 27 Varsity Football 37 Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 37 R.I. Drama
Festival 37 Senior Play 3.
54 Transit St. Conimicut
Library Corps 2j Assemblies 1, 2.
CAROLYN JEAN RIDGEWELL
399 West Shore Road Hoxsie
Echo Sales 1, 27 Gortonite Editorial 37 G.B.C. Secretary 37 A.A.
17 Twirlers 17 Drum Maiorette 2, 37 Follies 27 Senior Guild 37
Pep Assemblies 1, 2.
JOAN CHRISTINE ROSS
85 Oakside St. Warwick Neck
Echo Advertising 17 Echo Sales 2, 37 G.B.C. Secretary 37 A.A.
1, 2, 37 Y-Teen 1, 27 Prom Committee 1.
JOAN ALINA SANGSTER
117 Longmeadow Ave. Longmeadow
Echo Sales 1, 27 A.A. 1, 2.
91 Spring Grove Ave. Oakland Beach
Echo Sales 2, 3.
ELLEN AGNES TODD
37 Ottawa Ave. Oakland Beach
Echo Sales 2, Echo Editorial 3, Gortonite Business 1, 2, A.A. 1,
2, 3, All State Chorus 2, Senior Guild 3, Assemblies 1, 2.
HAROLD EDWARD UTTLEY
288 Warwick Neck Ave. Warwick Neck
Echo Editorial 3, Gortonite Editorial 3, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, Secretary 2,
Senior Play 3, All State Chorus 2, National Junior Honor Socie-
ty, Follies 3, R.I. Drama Festival 3, Assemblies 1, 2, Delegate
Older Boys' Conference 2. W
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MARGARET JANICE VOSE
138 Gordon Ave. Oakland B ch
Student Council 1, 2, G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, 2, 3, Cheerleader 3, Li-
brary Corps 1, Follies 3, Executive Committee 1, 2, Assemblies 3.
BETTY ANN WALLACE
39 Community Road Hoxsie
G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, 2, Y-Teen 3, Prom Committee 2, 3.
JOSEPH THOMAS WERBINSKI
101 Omaha Blvd. Hoxsie
Lettermen 1, 2, Senior Play 3, Band 1, 27 Football, Varsity 1, 2
BEVERLY ANN WHITMAN
85 John St. Oakland Beach
Echo Editorial 3, Echo Sales 2, 3, Student Council, Secretary 3
G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, Band 2, 3- Twirlers 2 3, All State Chorus 1
Follies 2, 3, Prom Committee 3, Executive Committee 35 Assem
DORIS MABEL WINSOR
4 Althea Road Hoxsie
712 Church Ave. Hoxsie
CAROL JUNE WRIGHT
361 Church Ave. Conimicut
Echo Sales 3, G.B.C. 3, A.A. 1, Y-Teen 3, Library Corps 2.
70 Northrup St. Oakland Beach
Seated I to r G Jensen M Lakey B Morgan Sec Treas R Gulndon Vlce Pres R BufTery B Whltman
Standing I to r Mlss Davis R Smith Pres
COMMITTEE CLASS OF T955
the capable leadershup of thelr Presldent Ronald Smith
clanms many socual and flnancual successes In addmon
they had a square dance and a very profltable food
a novelty masquerade dance on Aprll Fool s Day whlch
The Class of T955 under
and their advnsor Mass Davns
to the annual Chnstmas Hop
sale The class also sponsored
was a tremendous success
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Seated l to r P Pusqualettn P Hodson B Whitman M Perrotta C Barker J Glblln B Glblln
andmg I to H Uttley J McDermott D Kaufman B Morgan J Fagan C Gabson A Davis
G Jensen E Harnngton
fNot plcturedl P Kurllla M Kenny T Fern
RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY
We wash to extend our congratulatlons to the nineteen members of the Rhode ls
land Honor Socnety These students have achueved an average of 8506 or better nn
theur studnes throughout the tenth eleventh and twelfth
Ronald Smnh and Barbara Morgan
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
Ann Davis and George Jensen
Martha Dromgoole and Wesley Loyd
Barbara Morgan and Edward Harrmgton
John Murphy and Audrey McCuughey
Mary Krolun and Thomas Read
John Murphy ond June McGrath
Marcao Lakey and George Jensen
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Thomas Mclntosh and Barbara Glblm
Constance Lofgren and Rlchard Gulndon
Joseph Grlllo and Ann Kaufman
Carol Hunold and Joseph Werbmskl
Mane Perrotta and Domnmc German:
Margaret Vose and Ronald Smnth
Joan Gnblm and John Lewes
John Garvey and Mary Hazelwood
We the Class of T955 consuderung the uncertaunty of thus lufe
do hereby make publush and declare thus to be our first and
last wull and testament as follows
We Charles Anderson and Robert Kane do hereby leave to
Mr Gulardu some penculs un hopes that he wont beg borrow and
steal them from hus classes next year as he dvd thus year
We Jum Andrew and Duck Crothers do hereby leave to the
Thatcher boys Vuc and Norm two copues of Dr Eunsteuns Theory
of Nuclear Equatuons un hopes ut wull be put to good use un keep
ung them eluguble for football season next year
I Barbara Baurd do herebv leave to Vuc Thatcher one kung
suled map so that he may find hus way through Roger Wulluams
I Barbara Baker do hereby leave to Mass Tullunghast one mucro
phone so that she wont straun her vouce tryung to keep her G BC
I Pat Barlow do hereby leave to Ethel Myruck a luttle kutten to
keep her company an the nughts her luttle red head doesnt show up
I Ernest Beck do hereby leave nothung to nobody sunce
body left nothung to me
I Peter Bender do hereby leave
I Ronnue Berard do hereby leave Marue Harrungton a package
of cugarettes so she wont have to use her own to keep the boys
well supplued next year
I Margaret Brady do hereby leave to Audrey Hughes one
horseshoe un hopes that ut wull brung her lots of luck un the new
I Skup Brown do hereby leave my abuluty to remaun a bachelor
un my Senuar Year ta any Junuor boy who can qualufy
I Cynthua Barker do hereby leave to Larry Grant a doll named
Cupud ll so hell have someone to consult wuth all hus problems
PI next year
I Raymond Buftery do hereby leave to my brother Teddy a
school un better style than I dud'
I Joanne Butterworth do hereby leave to my suster Kathleen
one pound of sugar un hopes of sweetenung her early mornung dus
I Arthur Canavan do hereby leave to Joan Knox one doll to
walk heu to classes so that she wont be lonely next year un the
new hugh school
I Duck Cave do hereby leave Gerald Gregory one package of
cugarettes so he wont have to bum them next year
I James Cesaruo do hereby leave to Gaul Parker one bottle
of Gerutol so that she wull grow up and lose the name Mudget
I Connue Cherms do hereby leave to my suster Glorua one
fishung rod to catch that specual man and also a hat filled wuth
goodues as the way to a man s heart us through hus stomach
We Allan Clark and Edward Luchka do hereby leave to Mrs
Wordell our great bouncung and fallung snow machunes un the
hopes that wuth a few munor repaurs she wull be able to use
them un the future
I Frank Coldwell beung of sound mund and body hereby leave
to Mr Gulardu a trauler to carry home all the furnuture that he
made for hus home
I Joan Conway leave to my brothers Edward and Francus
car so that they wull always have a rude to school
I Davud Corbutt beung of sound mund and hugh spuruts do here
by bequeath to the future faculty of Warwuck Hugh School
hugh powered cannon to control any outbursts of the student body
I Anne Davus do hereby leave to my suster one fishung pole
so she can finally hook a man
I John Deugan do hereby leave nothung because I dont have
anythung to leave
I Eleanor Devune dc hereby leave a box of aspurun to Muss
Bradshaw un hopes that she wull recover from the many head
aches we gave her
I Betty Devlun do hereby leave one date book to Patrucua
Whutman un hopes that she keeps her dates straughter than I
I Nancy Duckerman do hereby leave to Barbara Clark one
book on How to Catch a Boyfruend un Three Easy lessons
that I wont have to share mune wuth her anymore
I Martha Dromgoole do hereby leave to my brother John my
own edutuon of How to Get In After Twelve Wuthout Beung Caught
un hopes that he wull be more successful at ut than I was and one
paur of shoes to replace the ones he has worn out walkung a Cer
taun gurl home
I Donald fPuston Rungl Dubuc beung of sound mund and hot
Ford do hereby leave to any lunuor who us as crazy as I all the
skud marks torn up grass and foot deep ruts to anyone who wants
I Jean Fagan do hereby leave to Ray Brown and Frank Young
all paud up GBC cards sa they wull always be caught up next
We Bob Fletcher and Carmune Tavarozzu do hereby leave to
J Allan Plant and Archue Wulluams V1 pount so they wull be
able to graduate next year
I Eugene Fournuer do hereby leave my abuluty to receuve As
un Art and Gym to any unfortunate lunuor who wants ut
I Zubette Fuller do hereby leave to Muss Hurl one bottle of
red unk whuch should lust her at least for one day
I John Garvey beung of sound mund and body do hereby
leave to my brother Thomas Garvey the posutuon of Class FIurt"
un hopes that he wull be able to do as well as I have done
We Dom Germanu and Tom Reud do hereby leave to Mrs Judd
two fine portrauts un memory of our fine work throughout the year
I Barbara Gublun do hereby leave to Charlue Randall one
Senoruta so he surely won t forget hus Espanol next year
cure for hus contunuous aches and pauns
I Shurley Gules do hereby leave to my suster Lous one bottle of
peroxude so she can put those golden hughlughts back un her hour
I Joseph Grullo do hereby leave to Mr Turner one paur of
wure cutters and one saw so he can extermunate some of his un
avoudable lawn ornaments
We Duck Guundon and Jack Lewus beung of sound body and
corrupt mund do hereby leave to Cap Bauley a small portuon of
our collectuon of towels whuch we have put to good use durung
our stay at Gorton
I Earl Guruuan do hereby leave to Mr Gannon one megaphone
so that he may be heard throughout all the corrudors when he
shouts Get unto your home rooms
I Barbara Hough do hereby leave to Anne Mecuruo one ma
lorette doll un hopes that ut wull unspure her to fulfill her ambu
tuon to become a malorette at the new hugh school
I Judy Handfield do hereby leave to my cousun Jean a book
that became very handy to me by the way on How to Get Your
Man un Ten Easy Lessons
I Ed Harrungton do hereby leave to Mr Morry the paur of
super quuck change seat covers whuch he requested and needs so
I Henruetta Harrus do hereby leave to my suster Agnes one book
on the Etuquette of Datung
I Barbara Harruson do hereby leave to Kung Berard a pru
vate telephone so he wont have to waut tull the last munute to
make hus dates un the future
I Mary Hazelwood do hereby leave to Muss Tullunghast a doui
to remund her of her problem chuld
I Jeanne Helue do hereby leave to Mr Montaque a luttle baby
chuck so that he wont muss my chup chup next year also a book
entutled Gone so that he can read ut to hus classes before lunch
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I Pearl Hodson do hereby leave to Rose Howarth a muzzle
to use on her precaous Ol boyfraend an hopes that he wont make
so much nolse an the show hereafter
I Edath Hopkans do hereby leave to Mr Chalton a cash register
and a doll so that he can practace checkang and wall have some
one to keep ham company on the way to work
I Donald Hough do hereby leave to Nancy Malone one tan
Marane to make up for the one that she lost
I Jeannette Houle do hereby leave to Mr Deluca one large
cookae to replace those that I have eaten also one bottle of nerve
palls for future use an Draver Traanang
I Carol Hunold do hereby leave tg Mass Tallanghast one peace
I George Jensen do hereby leave to Mr Morry sax of has own
words whach he has promased to eat
We Theresa Jolls and Martha Reed do hereby leave to Gerry
Stachowaak one road map a flashlaght and SOS equapment an
case of emergency durang her excatang rendezvous at the ancaent
Newport mansions Rememberk'
We Anne and Dtanne Kaufman do hereby leave to Jerry Greg
ory and Charlae Donovan the corsoges they dadnt gave us ast
year for Warwack Naght
I Sandra Kellogg do hereby leave to Charlae Randall a quarter
a package of gum and a Cadallac so he wall always have money
so he wont have to borrow gum from anyone next year and so he
wall always have a rade to Cora s
I Judy Kettlety do hereby leave to Monaco Garvey one football
so that she may continue her role as Mr Touchdown next year
We Maralyn Kenny and Joan Gablm do hereby leave to Mass
Bradshaw a booklet on How to Drave so that she wall not leave
any chrome from her car an the school yard
I Mary Kroaan do hereby leave to Helen Fox a package of
cigarettes so that she wont always be runnang out of them and
the abalaty to smoke an the new hagh school wathout gettang
We Pat Kuralla and Connae Macomber do hereby leave to Mass
Tallanghast an electrac fan wath whach to clean her desk
I Marcla Lakey leave to Mass Tallanghast some of that aewelry
I Clara Lamson do hereby leave to Teddy Leonard a skunk
IH hopes that at wall keep the garls away next year
I Henry Lemaeux do hereby leave a book on chald psychology
to Mr Morry an hopes that at wall oad ham an has class counsels
I Connae Lofgren do hereby leave Gerry CBabyfacel Gregory
one large marror so that he has favorate fan wall not be neglected
an the future
We Wesley Loyd and John Murphy do hereby leave to Charles
Donovan one washang mochane to keep has athletac equapment clean
so that the boys an the locker room next year wont have to suffer
lake we dad
I Audrey McCaughey do hereby leave to Charlae Randall
olave complexaoned doll to keep ham company on those long rades
I Everett McCurdy do hereby leave Mass Colvan a record of
Hearts of Stone to play to her chorus classes next year
I Jack McDermott do hereby leave to Mr Morry Mr McKeon
and Mr Watson a supply of gum so thear future classes wall
have a supply when I leave
I June McGrath do hereby leave to Jerry Gregory one dollar
to buald o dream on
I Thomas Mclntosh do hereby bequeath my luck an gettang an
extended homeroom peraod when my homework asnt done to any
one who feels he needs at
I Ball Markham do hereby leave to Mr Prace one package of
palls so he won t have anymore sleepless naghts
I John Charles and Joseph Martan Ist land lastj do hereby
leave to Carol ODonnelI one pound of coffee so that next year
she wont have someone half kall hamself tryang to get her to
-.ora s after a game for a cup of coffee
I Alton Merrlweather do hereby leave to Kenny Grant and Da
vad Wheldon one bradge so that Kenny wall not have to carry Da
vad paggy back across Bucky Brook when they come over to
I Daanne Maller do hereby leave to my saster Vlrglnla a new
wardrobe of clothes so she won t keep borrowing mane
I Barbara Morgan do hereby bequeath to my brother Bally
a pogo stack so he can t exceed the speed Iamafs anymore
I Carole Munroe the Admarals Daughter hereby leave to
Charlae Davey Randall a red and whate dinghy so he can
row hamself across the lake to school next year
I George Noble do hereby leave to Mr Montaque a plaad
shart so that he may match has sharp bow taes wath at
I Jean Norton do hereby leave a copy of the song Congratula
taons to You to the Junior glrls so they can sang It to thear class
mates next year when they are lucky enough to get a guy lake JOE
I Pat Pasqualette do hereby leave to Sally Young a blanket to
keep her warm an the drave an
I Teresa Perra do hereby leave
I Marae Perrotta do hereby leave to Teddy Buffery a book on
Howto Get Acquaanted wath Garls and some mastletoe to help ham
I Marcus Peterson do hereby leave to any underclassman who
wants at a last of the cutest garls at Aldrach so that youll have a
head start next year
I Murael Raquaer do hereby leave to Carol ODonneI a cake
so she wont have to walt to be wanted on an Cora s
I Veronaca Racca do hereby leave to my neaghbor Maryann Scal
lon one pound of coffee to help her from annoyang her neagh
bors an the future
I Carolyn Radgewell do hereby leave to Mass Tallanghast the
plastac whastle I saw an her desk drawer whach I borrowed one day
to use at band practace when I forgot mane
I Joan Ross do hereby leave my gym suat sneakers and shower
cap to my brother Bob an hopes that he may flnd use for them
an has future gym classes
I Joan Sangster do hereby leave to my saster Jean a doll so
she wall not be lonely after I get marraed
I Joyce Scott do hereby leave to Letty Leveque o recape book
I Ray Sevagany do hereby leave to Everett Snow one cup so
that when he goes to Cora s next year he can brang has own coffee
I Ronnae Smith being of sound mlncl and broken bones do
hereby leave a baby bottle and bab to Gerald Gregory to match
has cute baby face
I Jane Spanks do hereby leave to Frank Racca one large red
thumb so that he wont have any trouble gettang a rade when he
goes on has traps through New England
I Harraet Thewlas do hereby leave to Maldred Bugbee a Jaguar
so she won t have to use the truck for a hot rod
I Ellen Todd do hereby leave to Charlae Randall one gaant
economy saze hammer so that he may be able to demonstrate
when people ask ham that fatal question next year
I Harold Uttley do hereby leave to Dr McKean one paar of
pants to replace the ones on whach I accadentally spalt salver natrate
way back an September
I Maggae Vose do hereby leave to my saster Norma and Jerry
Gregory one package of Betty Crocker ready coke max so that the
next tame they bake o cake they ll be sure at cooks
I Joe Werbaenska do hereby leave 20c for the payment of
bookcovers purchased an September
I Beverly Whatman do hereby leave to my saster Patracaa one
dog to keep her company on that long lourney to school
I Doras Wansor do hereby leave to Merry Souther a doll so
she won t get lonesome at the bus stop every mornang
I Kenneth Wood do hereby leave my scholastac abalaty to any
one who wants at
I Carol Wraght do hereby leave to Mallae Bugbee a check for
a sumcaent amount so she can pay her own ball at Mary s
Know all men by these presents That we the Class of 1955
the caty of Warwack and the state of Rhode Island beang of sound
mands and good memoraes do make declare and publash thas our
flrst will and testament
Sagned sealed and watnessed by
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The year l975 the place the office of the
nations leading weekly magazine A Look at Llfe
from Behind a Pot Our editor Tom Deadline
Mclntosh has lust assigned us to report on the an
vention of the century a time machme' As we dash
out of the office we are almost run over by a speed
mg motorcycle driven by Earl Gurllan but we es
cape and flag down a cab which to our amaze
ment is driven by none other than Clara Lamson
gurl hockey After a brief three hour chat we head
for the site of the experiment MIT McKeon In
statute of Technology
As we pass through a huge forest which we re
member as the Gorton Tree Farm we see Everett
McCurdy and two other unidentified figures glumg
branches back on some undernourlshed looking pane
tree and also we see our old friends Ed Luchka
Tiny Merrlweather and Art Canavan diligently carv
mg their initials on some of the larger trees
Leaving the forest we see a huge brick structure
which was formerly our Alma Mater now relegated
to the previously mentioned Institute and under the
supervision of the Bug Three of Science Genius
George Jensen Harold The Ultimate Uttley and Ed
The Wizard Harrington the inventors of the time
We are met at the door by the assistant bouncer
Bug Jam McAloon who ushers us inside We spend
our first half hour with our guide Pete Bender r
mg to find which as the Up stairway so we can
get to room 207 the private workshop of our
genuuses As we enter the room a few dials are
mg set by the chief dual twister Dave Corbltt He
plains to us that the contrap machme as built
tirely of orange crates old vacuum cleaners and
Scotch tape' Naturally this increases our confidence
un the who sn dingy and as we step unsude and fasten
our safety belts the master switch ns thrown and
with the clankmg of bells the flashing of lights we
start our flight through time
After a somewhat breath taking rude we reach
our destination and gaze quuzzlcally at the landscape
trying to decide upon our whereabouts We see orn
ate temples sumptuous palaces stately marble pul
lars and trlumphant arches resting peacefully on
seven rolling green hulls After extensive contempla
tion we reach the unanimous decuslon that we are
now in Anc1ent Rome' We are greeted by Ernie Beck
captain of the royal guards and three of his cou
rageous men Charlue Anderson Don Hough and
Kenny Wood They escort us to the royal palace and
on our way we witness a fascinating charlot race be
tween Skip Brown Don Dubuc and Jack Martin It
looks like Martin s Blue Demon all the way but Don
finally gets his ooga horn special rolling and
breezes home lust ahead of Skip Brown who took
second when Jack stopped to ask Betty Wallace
which way they went Dubuc is then presented a wan
ner s trophy by Anne Kaufman president of the Don
Dubuc Fan Club
Suddenly a hush falls over the crowd as Domumcus
German: famed orator begins his speech with these
immortal words Friends Romans and Countrymen,
lend me a half a buck We dont stay around to
hear any more of these words of wisdom but con
tunue on our way Next we see the two great ath
letes of the day Jack Lewis and Ron Berard flexing
their muscles for the leading sculptors of the time
Connie Lofgren and Connie Cherms
Fmally we arrive at the palace and are greeted
by the Lord Chamberlain Ray Buffery and his Lady
Mane Perrotta who are to be our royal escorts They
take us to a great hall where a banquet IS an ses
sion We sut down and are approached by the head
chef Jeannie Rldgewell who has prepared for us
her specialty Lima beans After a deluclous meal
the waitresses Betty Devlin Cynthia Barker and Jo
anne Butterworth clear the tables of everything ex
cept our bubble gum which we have been carefully
guarding and then the royal trumpeters Carmnne
Tavarozzl and Ray Sevlgney sound their horns as a
signal for the entertainment to begun Toots Swivel
Hips Spmks leads her dancing girls Mary Hazel
wood Barbara Baird June McGrath and Jeannette
Houle through their routine which as followed In quick
succession by the court 'ester John Garvey, and
Hercules Fourmer Court Strongman who then re
lmquush the floor to Joe Werbmskl Ann Davis and
Barbara Glblm three of Romes most famous dra
matns personae who give a magnificent perform
ance and conclude the entertainment
Our escort informs us that ut is now time for us to
meet the Emperor and Cas his fiddle concert as now
overl we are ushered into the throne room by Bull
Markham and Jack Dengnan where we see Ron
Nero Smith and his queen Martha Dromgoole dl
cussnng the court gossip columnist Carol The Eyes
and Ears of Rome Munroes latest report on Mark
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quute seem to agree wuth us so we slup our guards
Bob Fletcher and Duck Cave a Goof Ball and head
for the hulls
We finally lose ourselves un the marketplace whuch
us buzzung wuth actuvuty un the warm mornung sunshune
Among the persustent dealers attemptung to unterest
us un theur wares we see Eduth Hopkuns the owner
of Toots Red Hot Puzzerua unstructung her appren
tuces Jum Cesaruo and Veronuca Rucca un the art of
squeezung tomatoes We also see Al Clark wuth hus
sleeves rolled up dulugently posung for a new desugn
of elbow macaronu
As we move to the next stand we see R R Kellogg
sellung a couple of her newest Table Talk pues fig
leaf chuffon to Pat Barlow and Jean Helue We then
notuce a large crowd gatherung and as we stop to
unvestugate we see Joan Sangster and Muruel Ra
quuer guvung a lecture on how to develop a powerful
vouce After uounung un the vocal exercuses led by
Dorus Wunsor we find that we are quute thursty so
we hasten to the Maggue Vose and Torchy Todd
Wune Shop to try theur latest concoctuon Oluves on
wautung we see Jum An
the Rocks We have to
bartender George Noble
oluve orchard so that we
our drunks Whule we are
waut awhule because the
has to dash down to the
may have fresh ones for
drews guvung hus bookmaker Honest" Joe Grullo two
dollars on Skup un the next charuot race The bet us
un turn recorded by hus gurl Fruday Jean Norton a
graduate of the Jean Fagan and Judy Kettlety
School of Busuness After we finush our drunks we
head for the Guundon Brudal Salon to see Eleanor
Devune and Judy Handfield modelung the latest cre
atuons for three brudes to be Theresa Jolls Connue
Macomber and Pat Pasqualettu
We now decude that we had better start our
lourney back through the market place but are so
tempted by the cakes un the bakery of Scott Hodson
and Thewlus that we must go un and try a few of
those Roman Delughts We are unformed that the
former fourth partner of the establushment Muss Hen
ruetta Harrus us now the founder of Rome s own Jun
uor Achuevement a very successful organuzatuon whuch
manufactures a new type of hot water bottle unvent
ed by Barbara Hot Water Harruson and Barbara
Bottle Neck Baker Thus unuque organuzatuon fea
tures an all gurl sales staff headed by Barbara Haugh
and Duanne Muller the orugunal cash and carry
gurls Our conversatuon us then unterrupted by two
customers Theresa Perru and Carol Wrught who en
ter the stand to purchase some of the delucacues pre
pared by our hostesses We bud goodbye to our
fruends and leave the shop In the street we hure a
guude Jerry Garvey to escort us back to the tume
machune We welcome the cool unteruor of the ma
chune after the nouse and chatter of the market place
but once the swutch us thrown we find ut usnt so cool
After our very excutung but loltung rude we arruve
back at the unstutute and find a Cuvul Defense class
composed of student nurses Marulyn Kenny Martha
Reed and Margaret Brady un sessuon They are lus
tenung very untently to head nurse Barbara Morgan
who us guvung the latest first aud technuques un event
of any more dusasters such as Hurrucane Carol or
Gorton s 54 football season
We leave the laboratory and head back to our
office On the way we tune un our atomuc tel a ra
duves whuch were unvented by Henry Lemueux We
want to be sure to catch our favorute dusk lockey,
Moondog Peterson spun the top tures whuch are
sung by Carol Hunold Wump Crothers and Mary
Krouan Next we hear an advertusement for Zubett
Fullers Z 8. Z Zupper Company The Zuppuest Zup
pers You ve Ever Zupped
Funally we catch a bus whuch to our surpruse us
driven by Bob Kane After droppung a couple of
slugs un the meter we step to the rear and almost
upset a scrabble game between Marcua Lakey Bev
Whutman and Joan Gublun Bev seems to be ahead
maunly because Pat Kurulla us un the next seat sluppung
her the answers from a gugantuc ductuonary As we
travel along we see from the wundow next to us
Audrey McCaughey stondung on a street corner guv
ung a lecture on how to druve a car and never get
stopped to a group of teen age gurls In the group
we can see Joan Conway and Shurley Gules payung
very close attentuon Soon we reach our stop and
head for our office Outsude we see the shoe shune
boy Tom Reud guvung a quuck shune to Frank Cold
well Of course thus us very hard to do because Frank s
not wearung any shoes We rush post our two fruends
and unto the office where we see Jack McDermott
the vuce presudent un charge of swattung flues busy
at work and our secretarues Joan Ross and Carol
Gubson fast asleep as usual We pause to take our
first deep breath sunce the start of our unbeluevable
adventure seat ourselves at our typewruters and be
gun to wrute the story of the century
Thus prophecy was prophocuzed by two of the best
prophecuzors that ever prophocuzed a prophecy
DIANNE KAUFMAN and JACK MURPHY
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The first doy of school The lndeclslon
os To nex1 years schedule The rush 'ro
loin ocflvlhes ond Try out for feoms the
'oy ond dlscmppomfmenf on reporf cord
these ore The experiences which lead To
loelng ox Senior fo being Q pcxrf of our
Alma Moller We sholl never forge?
these experlences ond The beneflfs we ve
derived from Them When we look bcxclc
upon our Underclossmen days we do
so wlfh 0 smile upon our llps Echoes
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doy, The desire fo be known . . . all
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ated l to C Merchant
Smuth M Bartlett Sec C Randall
Pres C Donovan Vuce Pres R
Creta A Houle
Standung I to r G Gregory Muss
O Bruen W Amoroso
Advusor Muss O Bruen
Throughout the years the Class of 1956 has been successful un sponsorung a movue
for the pupuls of John Green School and square dances for the .lunuor and Se
Hugh Schools Thus year the class sponsored a Get Acquauntecl party for lunuors
from Aldruch Lockwood and Gorton as they shall become the first graduatun class
from the new senuor hugh school A record hop and a Valentunes dance proved to be
the hughlughts of the year and last event of the year was the annual class pucnuc
Seated I to r S Neary J Malo
E Herdecker Sec E MacDonald
Pres J Sangster C ODonnelI D
andlng I to R Poter
Malor T Cook J Dromgoole
R Pearson G Baker fNot plc
tured Mr Sarkeslan and J Todd
The Exe utnve Committee of the Class of 1957 has done much for the benefit of
theur class under the dnrectuon of Mr Sarkesuan They have produced o very successful
square dance among other socxal events and promise to be a very actuve class In the
Seated: C. Thompson, P MacMul
P. Burke, G. Low
len, E. Murphy,
Miss Longo, Advisor
ercentage of their
Out of a group of 175 the Class of 1958 has placed a large p
group on the Natuonal Jumor Honor Society We are sure that thus class wlth such
a hugh socnal and scholostnc rating wall be outstanding un the future
ow D Corblt C Curtls V Reard n M Ver M Salv V Muller B MacMl on C a
mand E Pearson
2nd ow l to A Worthen B Albee C Wilbur B Wrlght J Corbltt M Caldwell J McMullen P
Krusalas S Robinson S Arnold P Burke
3d row l to r J Houston T Vest D Paye R Ross E Murphy P Sandman P Pelkey R Hopluns
W Edwards C Thomas
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one members of the Class of 1958 our smcere con
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Seated, l. to r.: K. Sheen, S. Smith,
J. Fiddes, R. Poole.
Standing, l. to r.: J. Geneves, C. ,w I
Mitchell, Mr. Chilton, D. Vale, L. A
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Under the guidance of Mr. Chilton, the Class of 1959 has had an active part in
the social lite of our school. Many of the boys have played on the iunior high teams
this year, and we are all proud of their outstanding sportsmanship which has become
a symbol of the Class of 1959.
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Seated, I. to r.: E. Fitzgerald M.
Ferlingiere, G. Davis, J. Raines.
Standing, l. to r.: R. Pride, R. Scott,
Mr, Crowley, B. Hobbs, E. Conway. A
The Class of 'I960 has one of the largest enrollments of any class attending
Samuel Gorton High School. We are sure that this class under the guidance of Mr
Crowley will attain great heights in the future.
Opening night of the Senior Play color
ful campaigning for Student Government
Day the Hawaiian beautues football
heroes and Snow Queen ot the Follles
reporting for the Gortonlte and Echo
Fearlessness of the faculty In volleyball
Echoes of the Past
"Confused geniuses at work"
"The art of Plagiarismlu
Marilyn Kenny, Barbara Morgan,
Joan Giblin, Ann Davis.
George Jensen and Thomas Mcln-
tosh, Co-Editors and Miss Hurl,
"We could swipe this layout from
John Murphy, Harold Uttley, Marie
Perrotta, Joseph Grillo,
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Beverly Whitman, Patricia Pasqua-
letti, Constance Cherms.
"Now what do you think about
our new cover?"
Barbara Giblin, Richard Guindon,
Constance Lofgren, Dianne Kaufe
"Can we quote you on this?"
"Oh, how nice he came."
Ellen Todd, Martha Dromgocle, Carol Gibson, Carole
Due to an all out campaign by the Sales Staff under the guidance of Mrs.
Donnelly, the ECHO shattered all previous records in the sale of Yearbooks. Parallel
to this effort, was the sale of advertisements by the Seniors through the diligence of
the Advertising Staff. Thoroughly confused by the new experience, the Echo Editorial
StaH, under the guidance of Miss Hurl, soon overcame their various ditticulties and
became a united group. Faced by a blank Yearbook dummy, they faced the task of
plotting and planning layouts, writeups, and photographs, and even designing a new
cover for the presentation of the final edition of the ECHO.
ECHO SALES STAFF
lst row, l. to r.: G. Jeffers, B. Gardner, M. Tucci, Mrs. Donnelly, N. Dickerman, J. Scott, M. Lakey,
2nd row, I. to r.: M. Bartlett, M. Bugbee, P. Beaudet, C. Beaudet, R. Tanzi, C. Wells, N. Beauchene, L
LaPlante, H. Fox, J. Haggas. .
3rd row, l. to r.: D. Tatro, B. Carmichael, L. Mason, J. Costello, E. Hopkins, M. Parker,
D. Sprague, J. Caldwell, H. Thewlis.
Joseph Grillo, Coach Hall, Coach Jusczyk, Ronald Smith
Norma Sbardello and Judy Morganthal Co Editors
with Mr Williams Advisor
, EDITORIAL STAFF
Left to right: A. Kaufman, Sports Editor: C. Wells, Feature
Editor: M. Brady, Circulation Manager: C. Barker, Circulation
Manager: J. Helie, Asst. Business Editor: V. Reardon, Business
Editor: C. Randall, Asst. Sports Editor: D. Germani, Sports Staff.
The Gortonite, our monthly publication of school news,
has achieved high esteem through the years and is a member
of the International Quill and Scroll and the Columbia Schol-
astic Press Association.
Through this publication, we are kept posted on the latest
school events, both social and scholastic, alumni bulletins, and
sports highlights. We extend congratulations to the editorial
stafT the reporters and to its advisor, Mr Williams
'lst row l to r M Vase B Gardner J Parker M Bartlett C Beaudet J Austin
68 2nd row l to r B Carmichael J Rndgewell T Reid H Uttley P Beaudet
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L t Vnctor Thatcher Vuce Presndent Raymond Buffery
President Beverly Whntman Secretary Robert Lofgren Treasurer
The Student Council, under the dnrectlon of Mr Chnlton, has
been a very active orgamzatnon Composed of student repre
sentatlves elected by their classmates, the group has been
Instrumental In forming a Cafeteria and Corrldor Corps and
has undertaken the task of plannmg the school calendar for
the year It as through the Student Councnl that an actlvuty
must go to acqunre a date for a school function Thus group
also serves as a lnnk between faculty and students for the
students to voxce thelr oplnuon on school matters
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STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERSHIP
'lst row, l. to r.: G. Jensen, W. Loyd, R. Berard, D. Tatro, A. Davis, Mr. Chilton, B. Haigh, B. Whitman,
R. Crothers, R. Buffery.
2nd row, I. to r.: S. Hawcroft, C. Taylor, R. Creta, G. Gregory, V. Thatcher, R. Lofgren, A. DeMauIa,
E. Davis, J. Malo,
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The Hi-Y, sponsored by the Y.M.C.A., is an active social
and Christian fellowship organization consisting of boys in
the tenth through the twelfth grades. Under the guidance of
Mr. Montague, the Hi-Y has sponsored many successful
activities, splash parties and movies. Some of the boys at-
tended the 65th annual Older Boys' Conference in Lawrence,
Guindon, Presidentp J. Garvey, Chaplain.
2nd row, I. to r.: Mr. Montague, Advisor, J
'Ist row, I. to r.: W. Loyd, J. Lewis, J. Garvey
R. Guindon, D. Dubuc, J. Grillo, H. Uttley, Mr
2nd row, I. to r.: K. Smith, H. Gowdy, F. Young
K. Dubuc, R. Brown, R. Berard.
3rd row, I. to r.: A. DeMaula, T. Cox, R. West
Ist row, I. to r.: D. Dubuc, Vice President, R
The Y Teen a large group of Sensor gurls sponsored by the
YWCA IS one of Gortons most active organlzahons A
socually successful Record Hop was presented In addmon to
swnmmang parhes, movues and the annual party for the
Lakesude Home Under the capable guudance of Mass O Bruen
the Y Teen has fulfilled nts purpose of promotmg higher stand
ards of Chrlshan character throughout Gorton
Mlss OBrien Advisor and Constance Lofgren ,SR if
Y TEEN OFFICERS
lt ow l t Dianne Kaufman Treasurer
Carole Munroe Secretary Conme Lofgren Pres
:dent Mary Hazelwood Vnce Presrdent
2nd row l to r Marcia lalley Inter Club Council
Mlss OBr1en Advlsor June McGrath Program
Y TEEN MEMBERSHIP
row l Z Fuller C Munroe J c
H Hams P Pasquallettu C Cherms S Kellogg
J Handfleld B Haugh A Kaufman
2n row l to Mlss OBnen B Wallace N
Duckerman M Kroxan C Wrnght J Kettlety J
R s J Houle M Brady M Lakey J Bu er
worth B Baird M Raquler
3 row I to M Dromgoole B Gublm C
Barker M Reed M Hazelwood B Morgan D
Kau man C Lofgren E Hopluns T Jll J
Hehe J Fagan C Glbson J McGrath
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Ist row, l. to r.: G. Herbster, N. Thatcher, T. Reid,
R. Pearson, Mr. Pendergast, E. Leonard, W. Aucoin,
J. Grillo, E. McCurdy.
2nd row, I. to r.: T. Garvey, R. Creta, R. Berard,
C. Randall, R. Guindon, R. Smith, D. Germani, A.
DeMaula, T. Mclntosh, N. Berard, J. Murphy, D.
3rd row, l. to r.: C. Donovan, J. Werbinski, A. Jones,
J. Lewis, E. Fournier, R. Buttery, R. Crothers.
L. to r.: Thomas Reid, Treasurerg Ronald Berard,
President: Mr. Pendergast, Advisor, Norbert Berard,
Vice-President, Raymond Buftery, Secretary.
The thirty-one members of the I.ettermen's Club under
the direction of Mr. Pendergast have won varsity letters
in football, basketball, baseball, or track, and this year
have proved themselves to be not only athletic leaders but
also school leaders. By selling refreshments at our home
games, putting on their annual banquet, and through
other activities, they have raised enough money to buy
sweaters for every member of the Club. In previous years
only Seniors have received sweaters.
These, the last group of boys ever to wear the Gorton
"G," have been outstanding and can well be proud of
the group they represent.
Ronald Berard, President and Mr. Pendergast,
Ist row, I. to r.: M. Lakey, 12th Grade Representative
B. Giblin, Vice-President, Miss Kerrigan, Miss Brad-
shaw, Advisers, J. Giblin, President, B. Morgan,
2nd row, I. to r.: M. Bartlett, Iith Grade Repre-
sentative, J. McMillan, 9th Grade Representative,
E. Davis, 'I0tI1 Grade Representative.
The Girls' Athletic Association oITers any girl from the
9th to the 12th grades an opportunity to take part in
interscholastic and intramural sports. The companionable
activities have been guided by their capable advisors,
Miss Bradshaw and Miss Kerrigan. The competition is
keen and eager among those who strive diligently for the
honor of obtaining the trophy.
Miss Bradshaw, Joan Giblin, President, Miss Kerrigan
8TH GRADE LIBRARY CORPS
Shortly before Christmas, an 8th Grade Library Corps was formed under the super-
vision of Miss Dahlgren. The main purpose of the organization is to promote more
interest and enthusiasm in reading. It also gives a better understanding of the basic
fundamentals of library science. Their proiect for this year has been to collect pictures
for a picture file.
The Future Farmers of America, under the
capable leadership of Mr. Price, have under-
taken many worth-while proiects this past
year, all of which will be of great value to
the members in years to come. Each has his
own individual proiect which he works on at
his own home and they also have group
proiects. Included in these group proiects
are: Gorton's own Tree Farm on Draper Ave-
nue, field trips to various dairy farms, and
trips to agriculture and poultry shows.
'Ist rcw, I. to r.: K. Olson, R. Burns, A. Merriweather,
2nd row, I. to r.: Mr. Price, J. Eclrstein.
lst row, I. to r.: J. Riley, C. Mc-
Weeney, R. Garvey, R. Poole, M.
Harris, Miss Dahlgren, P. Chase, B.
Pine, T. Gardiner, N. Corey, M.
2nd row, l. to r.: C. Miller, M.
Bogue, S. Davis, M. Beagan, D.
Howard, D. Collill, C. Grinnell, J.
Reardon, N. Gardiner, J. Lane, D.
Niebuhr, M. Morris, J. DeCota.
3rd row, I. to r.: D. Mischlre, P
Coxe, B. Greene, W. Connors, E
Brayton, G. Cherry, W. Porter, R
lst row, I. to r.: Miss Longo, N
Sbordellu, E. Neary.
2nd row, l. to r.: N. Baker, J. Mor ,Q
ganthau, A. Houle, R. Tomasetti
Pres., M. Perrotta, Vice Pres., A
Kaufman, M. Vose, C. Munroe, B
3rd row, l. to r.: C. Lofgren, D
Kaufman, J. Austin, E. McMahon, J
Naracz, J. Spinks, P. Pcsquolletti 4
4th row, l. to r.: E. Lofgren, E. Todd i
M. Dromgoole, B. Harrison, P. Bar
low, M. Raquier.
Under the direction ot Miss Longo and Miss Barrett, the Senior Guild has been
formed for the purpose of presenting, by grade, a series of one-act plays for assem-
blies. The group is organized merely for the pleasure of performing for the student body.
G. B. C.
The G.B.C. Secretaries, under the guidance of Miss Tillinghast, serve as a National
Bank which supports the many activities of the high school. It has been a great task
for the G.B.C. Secretaries to have a balanced budget each week after payments are
lst row, I. to r.: M. lakey, M
Vose, C. Ridgewell, B. Whitman
Miss Tillinghast, B. Haigh, J. Hand
field, J. Scott, C. Macomber.
2nd row, I. to r.: D. Winsor, J
Conway, B. Baird, C. Wright, M
Kroion, P. Pasqualetti, P. Hodson
J. Spinks, M. Raquier, B. Baker
3rd row, I. to r.: J. Ross, M
i Hazelwood, J. McGrath, M, Drom
.i 1' goole, A. Davis, P. Kurillo, C. Gib
son, C, Lamson, C. Hunold.
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The Class of 1955 scored a truumph wnth the productuon of
thelr Sensor Play Our Town a three act drama by Thornton
Wilder Thus unusual presentatnon was produced wlthout the and
of scenery gavlng the auduence an opportumty to use their
nmagnnatnon to the fullest degree and thereby placing the
emphasus on the story and actlon
The combined efforts of the cast the production staft the
llghtmg crew and especially our outstandlng director Mr J L
Maynard made thus phulosophucal study of lnfe In a typical New
England town one whuch wull not soon be forgotten
Lady In the Box
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Ist row I to r Dr Wlggm A Christopher H Nesblt
2nd row I to r M Guenther S Hogan B Curcl P San Antonio F Phoneuf W Porter W
Gibson G Hawcroft
3rd row I to r D Cudworth R Levallee G Lowe J Urslllo K Johnson J Beckett R Gowdey
R White R Macomber
5th row I to r A Mernweather R Domun J Burgess E Fournier K Smuth .I Rudgewell R
The members of the Band under the dlrectnon of Dr Wlgglns, have always
put a great deal of tume and eltort unto makmg their group so well known through
out the clty and state Although we shall never agam see the green and white
of the Gorton Band and thrlll agam to their sturrlng musnc, the picture of their
marching down the field wlll be among our fondest memones
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Cudworth K Smnth J Lnttle W Marble C Tuckerman
Thus IS an enthuslastuc group of musucnans who have worked this year to gave Gorton
an orchestra of whlch the school may be proud The mexhaustnble energy and eFtort of
the bandmaster and their dlrector Dr Wlggln was shown to advantage at assemblies
durlng the year
THE BOYS QUARTET
The Boys Quartet a group organized by Mrs Wordell have
gamed much engoyment through pleasurable group smgmg Thus
group has performed an the Follies of T955 and has appeared
Seated Mrs Wordell
Standmg J Lewns B Thompson R Crothers N Berard
NEW ENGLAND FESTIVAL CHORUS
Havnng appeared un the Chrustmas Assembly and for the
PTA the group wnll appear nn a New England Festuval In
Rutland Vermont an March
Seated Mrs Wordell
Standing J Lewls C Hunold R Crothers B Thompson J Gnllo D German:
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S Robinson L Loyd J Corbltt A Bryant M Cold
well D Corbltt E Pearson B MacMillan P Johnsen
3rd row l to r J Snlva D Renton A Worthen D
Nnlon J Oates B Wrlght J Gordon C Heagney
D Merchant J Sullnvan
DeCota M Matteson J Larre J MacMullan B
2 row l to r Mrs Wordell G Vose L Houe
C Dwyer D Comll M Nerl
3rd row I to r R McKay C Mltchell G Cherry B
Green R Bourgeois
Under the dnrectuon of Mass Colvm and
Mrs Wordell, thirty sux members of grade
nune represented Gorton m the All State
Jumor Hugh Festnval of three hundred
volces presented at Hope Hugh School on
February eleventh under the dnrectlon of
Mr John Raymond of Lafayette College
Suxteen of thus group were further hon
ored by bemg chosen to sung again un
Boston for the Muslc Educators Natlonal
Conference, Eastern Dlvnslon, also under
the dnrectuon of Mr Raymond
A Kaufman Head Cheerleader C
Lamson C Munroe B Morgan M
Garvey N Vose M Vose M
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The mlurues durnng football our hopes tor
the Thanksgnvxng Day game the casualties
ot the basketball team the playotts at East
Providence the lack ot chalrs at Cora s after
the games each has become another mule
stone In our days at Gorton They are more
memornes to add to an already overflowing
storehouse Echoes ofthe past
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Ist row, I. to r.: Line Coach, Mr. Pendergasfg T. Garvey, N. Berard, T. Reid, J. Werbinski,
W. Loyd, J. Lewis, J. Murphy, A. Jones, R. Pearson, Coach Hall.
nd row, I. to r.: G. Place, C. Randall, G. Gregory, C. Donovan, E. Leonard, R. Smith, W.
Pimental, E. Snow, G. Richards.
rd row, I. Vo r.: J. Todd, R. Maior, D. Brooks, R. Creia, R. Howarth, R. Brown, R. Young, A.
Harris, J. Dromgoole, L. Cobb.
Ist row, I. to r.: A. Jones, J. lewis, J. Murphy, W. Loyd, T. Garvey, J. Werbinski, N. Berard
2nd row, I. to r.: Coach Avon HaII, R. Smifh, C. Donovan, T. Reid, T. Leonard.
Under the capable guidance of Coaches Avon Hall Damel Pen
dergast and Athletlc Director John McGlveney the Gorton Hornets
completed this football season with four vlctorles and four defeats
Thus was the last season that Gorton Hugh School Players donned
the green and whnte umforms of our proud Alma Mater Our football
team was headed for one of the most successful seasons nn the hnstory
of the school and sparked by a predominately Semor llne and fast
hard hnttmg Jumor backfleld the team started with four straight vuc
tones when misfortune gained the upper hand and unlurues depraved
us of one player after another
Mushaps were never endmg and consequently the Hornets were
forced to oppose our tradutuonal rlval Aldruch wuthout the services
of eught first strung and valuable players All us ended now however
never shall the yell of crowds descend from the field to echo against
the walls of Gorton Hugh School
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Aucom J Dromgoole R Gum
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Lef? io right: R. Maior, G. Ba-
Lofgren, G Gre
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Donovan, R. Kelleher, B. Bol-
sieud, G. Pl
ace, Coach Jusczyk.
For the first time in thirteen years the Hornets
have won a playoff position under the able guidance
of Coach Avon Hall Jack Lewis the states leading
scorer with 343 points sparked the Hornets to many
a victory Coupled with hum for rebounding honors
was Ronnie Smith who helped boss both back boards
all season The skillful dribbling and set shots of Bill
Aucoln were a deadly threat to all opponents Eddie
Murphy our other guard did a fine 'ob as a play
maker and much can be expected from hum in the
years to come Dick Gumdon with his timely fast
breaks and drives rounded out the first five King
Berard with his versatility was an able substitute
Star Hornet Jack Lewis captures state individual
scoring honors with 343 points All of us at Gorton
are proud to have this honor bestowed upon a mem
ber of our senior class. This six foot, three Inches hero
never slowed up. He averaged about 21 points per
game, and was a definite factor in Gorton's having
such a fine showing this year.
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lst row, I. to r.: S. O'Grodnick
L. O'Donald M Gyser R
well, W. Edwards, F. Silva, D.
2nd row, I. to r.: R. Cursi, L.
Western, R. Germani, J. Hous-
ton, R. Tillinghast L. Malmgren
J. Seares G Lowe S Rlccl W
Vnllna Mr Pendergast
JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
Although the record of the Jumor Hugh Basketball squad was not outstandung
thus year the experuence they gamed under the dnrectuon of Mr Pendergast wxll prove
very valuable when they reach the Jumor Varsnty and Varsuty squads an the near
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
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Buttery E Murphy
R Connors A Hallnday R Cor
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CI Low M Tanner W
Vallella Kurowslu R Tull ng
D Lewis M Morgan D Barlow
D Weldon M Gelsser F SIIVIO
JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL
Under the very capable tutelage of Mr Jusczyk the Jumor Hugh Football team won
the Suburban Champnonshrp Wlth an early setback by Aldrich the team seemed to ace
another mediocre season This defeat Inspired the Jumors to wln five games nn a row
hrghlughted by a 20 O defeat of Aldruch
This Jumor Hugh team had a very successful season compnlrng a 5 I won and lost
record They should be well prepared for Jumor V
arsnty and Varsity play IH later years
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T. Mclntosh, G. Herbster, R,
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2nd row, l. to r.: Coach Rudert
C. Calahan, F. Young, K. Smith
H rris McCurdy
The Cross Country teams have
usually finished within the first
three fourths of the fields n
the eight mayor meets entered
Seven letters have been award
ed to the competitors during
the last three years Tom Mc
lntosh and Ev McCurdy have
competed for the longest period
and have finished in the fist
three of all their dual meets
Tom Mclntosh has made the sec
on team Class B Journal
Bulletin choices last year
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Curdy T Mclntosh
Center C Flamand
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Plante L Trabucco R Poole
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sldered among the fmcst nn New England? XVllCll you or any bride to be you
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TODAY S PHOTOGRAPHS FI OMORROW S TREASURES
FRIENDS OF THE CLASS OF 1955
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Wllll 1m T Glbson
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W A Dxckerman
A T Brown
Lesrcr M Anderson
Hfrrold E Uttley
Iohn H Dergnan
F A Remmgton
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W H Mont
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Gorton Parent Teachers Assoc1at1on
First Vxce Presldent
Second Vice Presldent
Mrs Andrew Smlth
Mrs Leo P Reardon
Mr Danxel Turner
Mrs Chester C Menthew r
Mrs Francrsj Capron
Mrs Milton A Gowdey
Mrs Alan D Brown r
Delegltes Mrs Lucretn Mowbray Mrs Wllllam Dunsmore
Mrs Mllton Gowdey Mrs Aust1n Johnson
Ways and Means
Dancnnq School Mrs Alfred E Vest
Budget and Flnance
Mrs Edwln Lew1s
Mrs times A Balley
Mrs Robert Rxccxo
Mrs Alfred E Klrschner
and Mrs Blanche Authelet
Mrs Robert T Morgan
Mrs Leo E Mfulloux
Mr Clyde D Bennett
Parllamentanan A By Lavxs
Mrs Lucretla Mowbray
Mrs joseph E Devlne
Mrs George M Huse
Mrs Leland A French
Mrs T Everett Souther
Mrs Edna H Dahl
Mrs Thomas A McIntosh
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PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND
NEWPORT FINISHING CO
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RINGS AND JEWELRY
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1710 WEST SHORE ROAD
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OSCAR M CARLSON
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Body Work and Pamtmg
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Plzzmbnzg and Heating
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THORPE S PHARMACY
1625 WARWICK AVENUE
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PIONEER LIQUOR STORE
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Tel RE 7 0977
GAMBAR PRODUCTS CO
45 Fullerton Road
Hxllsgrove Rhode Island
LANCELLOTTA 8: PICCOLI
Lzqutd Asphalt Hot Patch
Drtz eu ayr Parkzng Lotf
69 Taft Avenue Greenwood R
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KAYS DRUG STORE
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PETER J BARRETT
A MICALEF CO INC
158 PINE STREET
PROVIDENCE RHODE ISLAND
JOHN PFRRI sf SONS
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PENGUIN AMANA PLAN
86 WEYBOSSET STREET
DAIRY QUEEN OF HOXSIE
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94 BEACH AVENUE
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FEDERAL NEON SIGN CO
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175 Dem Street
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HOXSIE DONUT KETTLE
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LAKEWOOD RHODE ISLAND
FRANK L COLDWELL
647 Church Avenue I-Ioxsle
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CARVEL DARI FREEZE
1040 West Shore Rd Cnmmxcut R 1
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PETERJ MITCHELL Manager
2779 WHIWICR Avenue
WARWICK RHODE ISLAND
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BARNES RUBBER CO INC
750 Reservorr Avenue
Cranston 10 Rhode Island
MR AND MRS
THOMAS A MCINTOSH
LUMBER AND SUPPLY
847 Potters Avenue
Provrdence Rhode Island
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CLASS OF 1957 CLASS OF 1958
CLASS OF 1959 CLASS OF 1960
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SERVICE DEPENDABILITY L. H. RICHARDSON
NORTHEASTERN CUTTER Co. 81 SONS
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RICHARD DRUG CO INC
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The Place o Friendly Coarteour Servzce
425 WEST SHORE ROAD-Tel REgent 7 9804
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937 West Shore Road Warwrck R
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