Nashua High School - Tusitala Yearbook (Nashau, NH)

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We must face the World of reality and maturely handle the obligations and responsibilities which will help us to make Wonderlands of our own lives by living up to the standards, ideals, and lessons taught to us during our formative high-school years. - PAGE EIGHT TUSITALA ' 5 aff g V -4.11 f g ",' -' -':': 217.7355 X "EJ" 'Y , ' x I!! - I A , 4 V. M X XB J 'Xl 1 X THE KING AND QUEENS The King of Hearts, presiding over our court and the Red Queen and White Queen, helping in our everyday problems, Will always be vivid in our thoughts of Wonderland. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE NINE RED QUEEN AND WHITE QUEEN MISS HELEN HALLISEY MISS MILDRED HALLISEY To the Red Queen and the White Queen their country was a checkboard on which "a huge game of chess Was being played all over the World." Just as the Red Queen grasped Alice's hand and together ran into the checkerboard kingdom of enchantment, so did Miss Helen Hallisey and Miss Mildred Hallisey hold firmly our hands as We ran headlong into the adventures of the magical World of English. To Miss Helen Hallisey and Miss Mildred Hallisey, Who stayed close by our sides, giving advice and making sure our lessons had meaning, as did the Red Queen and White Queen With Alice, We dedicate this yearbook as a token of gra- titude for both the knowledge and fun they have shared With us during our me- morable stay in Wonderland. PAGE TEN TUSITALA THE KING OF HEARTS Upon entering our senior year in Wonderland, several changes in adminis- tration were effected. Among the more notable was the appearance of a new King of Hearts, however, he was new in title only, for we have known him from our first day in Wonderland. Mr. Morley has reigned for one year. During this past year life in Wonderland has proceeded smoothly and efficiently. We, his subjects, want to congratulate him on his very successful year and hope that his GRADUATION ISSUE PAG ELEVEN reign may be long and rewarding. PAGE TWELVE TUSITALA AI'-nn Vu nh ,A , h Wgffy. ,., A -. .. S..- A f.L:..,,.... ARGOSY A great clipper leaves the harbor of childhood, Sets forth innocently on the seas of maturity - no burnt offerings to Neptune, Wielder of the horrible trident. A ship of hope, a captain of ignorance - Launched with the confident cheers of Well-Wishers - White sails filled with the warm Wind of encouragement, Rudder held in the youthful hands of innocence. With lifted trident, Vengeful Neptune hurls forth his wrath - typhoon of hate, the Wind of skepticism, the Waves of discouragement, shoals of revenge, the rocks of immorality, the ledges of sin, shallows of deception, the sandbars of complacency, the oozing mud of over-confidence. A great clipper leaves the harbor of childhood, Its course set for the channel of Success. Sails of hope, rudder of determination - Even experience could not reach port Without sails and rudder. James Davis GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE THIRTEEN l l i 1 4 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 4 4 I ll ! i .YW -Y-seq, Weis- 'SK -, , V ,,.,,lg,. -W Y ,W V, gpnqql lk A 5 u . - x 5. , -V . uf . "Q T' A K X - , . - 1 -,sn -, . 'fb 57 Y Xiu' Kr, THE BLUE CATERPILLAR Much as the caterpillar of "Who-o-o are yo-oo-u?" fame listened to Alice's problems of size and told her about the mushroom to make her grow and the mush- room to make her shrink, so do our teachers analyze our difficulties and weak points and try to do what is best for us. They can only show us how to grow in- tellectuallyg we have to break off the pieces of mushroom and eat them ourselves. PAGE FOURTEEN TUSITALA gig X E si! THE FACULTY iQf i W 3 is is i , Miss Doris Mr. Lucien Miss Mary Mr. Raymond Mr. Barnes Bernard Bingham Bissonette Latin English Social Studies iology Arts mpiwxf Mr. Andrew Miss Eleanor Mr. Sidney Mr. Hector Miss Margaret Burnham Cachiona Clarkson Chartrain Cote Physics Spanish, German Practical Arts English French Miss Clara Mr. John Miss Dorothy Crowley Curran Dale Commercial Assistant Guidance Studies Principal Miss Isabelle Miss Thelma Dionne Doe Biology English Miss Loretta Miss Lois Miss Mary Dolan Dow Gallagher Practical Arts Geometry Commercial Studies Miss Helen Miss Mildred Hallisey Hallisey English English A M GRADUATION Issue PAGE FIFTEEN PAGE N 'N N Q l Y Mr. Thomas Mr. Charles Mrs. Marie Mrs. Ernestine Miss Blanche Hargroves Harvey Hevey Jackson Kagarise Practical Arts English Commercial English Practical Arts Studies Mrs. Walter Mr. Walter Mr. Joseph Mr. C. Wallace Mrs. Adrienne Keady Keady Kilbane Lawrence Letendre English Mathematics Social Studies 1 .,Aeronautics Home Economics ' ,f f1.f'7Is1.' Mr. Anthony 1 Marandos McCallister McCaughney McGlynn McWeeney 1 English Physical Physical Social Studies English 4 Education Education rg ,, Miss Diane Mr. Andrew Miss Margaret Miss Anne Miss Ruth Mr. Peter Mr. Stephen Miss Mabel Mr. Paul Milan Muraukas Norris Noyes O'Neil French S.ocial Studies Music English Social Studies SIXTEEN Mr. Leonard Mr. Raymond Miss Antoinette Miss Pearl Miss Mary Paquette Pendleton Peyton Rideout Ryan Social Studgies Mathematics Commercial Latin, English Commercial Studies Studies Mr. Marco Mrs. Eula Miss Mary Mr. William Miss Helen Scheer Scott Shea Smith Stevens Chemistry Art Commercial Commercial Librarian Studies Studies Mr. Francis Miss Ruth Mrs. Lucy Tate Trudel Weinbeck Practical Arts , . Guidance Mathematics Standing: THE OFFICE Alice Amburg, Roland Lebel, Mr. J. Curran, Assistant- STAFF principalg James Davis, Mrs. Bessie Simonds, Mrs. Lucille Chartier. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SEVEN1-EEN Fl RETIRING TEACHERS MISS HELEN HALLISEY Miss Helen Hallisey has taught a great many Nashua High School students their English gram- mar and literature over a number of years. Miss Hallisey, who received her Master's Degree in English from the University of New Hampshire, is an avid reader, particularly fond of poetry. Her patience and understanding have been an inspiration to all her students, while her gentle quiet sense of humor has been a delight to all who know her. MR. C. WALLACE LAWRENCE C. Wallace Lawrence, known to many as "Wally," came to Nashua High School early in his career, left after four years, and returned to us in 1943. Scientifically inclined, Mr. Lawrence has taught physics, chemistry, aeronautics, and science survey, taking time out from his busy teaching schedule to be faculty manager for our athletic department. Everyone who has studied under Mr. Lawrence will remember his delightful sense of humor and his enthusiastic interest in his alma mater, Colby College. 4 MR. RAYMOND PENDLETON Raymond Pendleton s former students will remember the pleasant hours spent in his class- room - especially his practice tests - long after they have forgotten his theorems and formulas. Mr. Pendleton has taught geometry and algebra at Nashua High School for many years. In addi- tion, he coached all four sports - basketball, baseball, football, and track - from 1923 to 1934. Each of his students will remember the wisdom and wit of this gentleman and will be grateful to have been taught by him. PAGE EIGHTEEN TUSITALA Y ,. ,, CAFETERIA , . 90 K9 xp '.: Q 'Eff ' . "Hey, garcon, more frog's legs, please!" Left to right: Judy Grigas, Marcia Cunningham, Peter Turia, Martha GaLcomb, Robert Narkunas, David O'Clair, Howard Yezerski, Roger Delude, Joyce Farland, Nancy Mahan, Pat Sharek, Marie Ouellete. MAlNTENANCE .neg myi The three musketeers Mr. Ernest Hodge Mrs. Bessie Flynn Mr. Rene Bouthilier GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE NINETEEN TYPING MISS SHEA "All right, girls, back to work." Joanne Balarn, Denise Lavoic, Sally Guerrette, Pauline Chenard, Sandra Bellavance, Gertrude Douglas, Cyn- thia Burke, Standing: Miss Shea. GEOMETRY MR. KEADY "Now, what's the second letter in the alphabet?" Left to right, standing: Louise Pederzani, Robert Peacock. Seated: Joanne Houde, Frank Ulcickas, Cyn- thia Kyriax, Tom Foran, Edward Rathje. PAGE TWENTY TUSITALA HOME ECONOMICS MISS DOLAN "lt's a woman's world" Karen Dane, Shirley Anctil, Sandi Leach, Phyllis Hall, Virginia Collins, Martha Porusta, Janice Hall, Patricia Belaik, Martha Gagnon, Shirley Can- ney, Carol Lockwood. WOODWORKING MR. HARGROVE "Keep those hands out of the saws, boys." Ronald Nelson, Maurice Aubut, Joseph Zedalis. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE TWENTY-ONE "My experiments prove conclusive- LATIN MISS BARNES "When you get to Rome . . .' Standing: Eric Beaverstock, Sue Whitney, Sue Veitch. Seated: Nancy Huk, Holly Juknevich, Betty Kopka. HISTORY l MISS BINGHAM i ly that the world is round." Standing: Gerry Boggis, Miss Bingham, Jean Dubuc, Rolande L'Abbe. Seated: Carol Hill, Barbara Sanders, Denise Lavoie, Coleen O'Brien, Elaine Blan- Chard. PAGE TWENTY-TWO TUSITALA ENGLISH MISS NOYES "Oh, that's what it means!" Left to right: thew Matzis. PHYSICS MR. BURNHAM "lf you see any electrons, holler!" Left to right: Richard Walent, Don Boyer, Cindy Spaney, Garry Costello. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE TWENTY-THREE Patricia Sharek, Judy Sudsbury, Mat- N " ""rull!llnv'll'f"' "r'r'1w CLASS WILL "Everybody has won, and all must have prizes." Mr. Morley-Sports jackets for Rotary Club guests. . Mr. Curran-Li'e detector for student excuses. Miss Barnes-Private coffee percolator for Room 208. Mr. Bernard-A showcase for his golf trophies. Miss Bingham-A map of Mars with principal water routes. Mr. Bissonette-An elevator. Good luck! Mr. Burnham-A free trip to the moon. Miss Cachiona-A red cape and two tickets to a bullfight. Mr. Chartrain-One of Amy Lowell's cigars. Mr. Clarkson-A collapsible car kit. Miss Cote-"La Plume de Ma Tante". Mrs. Crowley-A car that will start in the A.M. Miss Dale-A college board. Miss Dionne-Gallons of perfumed formalde- hyde. Miss Doe-Fur-lined overshoes for warm feet when she wears abbreviated sandals. Mr. Doherty-Twelve ohms and seven watts. Miss Dolan-A private subway to Junior High School. Mi'ss Dow--Sterling silver for her hope chest. Miss Gallagher-A triple-entry bookkeeping system. Miss Mildred Hallisey-A rose and a rose and a rose . . . Miss Helen Hallisey-A sugar corsage. Mr. Hargroves-Mufflers for his machinery. Mr. Harvey-A football team with average IQ of 150. Mrs. Hevey-An Olivetti typewriter. Mrs. Jackson-A tape recorder to repeat her explanations to questions. Miss Kagarise-Gold needles. ' Mrs. Keady-Twelve musclemen to change the room around. Mr. Keady-A Purple Panther skin to cover his tests on the blackboard. Mr. Kilbane-A case of soda pop to follow his peanuts. PAGE TWENTY-FOUR Mr. Lawrence-Reserved seat for all football games. Mrs. Letendre-An ultra-sonic dishwasher. Mr. Marandos--A bottle of tranquilizers to use at basketball games. Miss McCallister-Cheerleaders who know enough to move over "just a hair". Mr. McCaughney-A wrap-around golf club. Miss McGlynn-A truck for pupils to get on and get rolling. Miss McWeeney-Purple aqua lungs to remind her of N. H. S. in the summertime. Miss Milan-A garden of tulips to tiptoe through. Mr. Murauckas-A ghost. Mr. N orris-An automatic termite extinguisher for the music room. Miss Noyes-A compass and protractor for going off on a tangent. Mr. O'Neil-A mounted Elk's head to hang over his fireplace. Mr. Paquette-A Private Federal Reserve System. Mr. Pendleton-Years of happy retirement. Mrs. Peyton-A recording of A-S-DLF-G. Miss Rideout-A class that wants to learn speech. Miss Ryan-A never-emptying thermos of cold water. Mr. Scheer-A gun and holster to match his Wyatt Earp vest. Mrs. Scott-A safe for her art materials. Miss Shea-A case of candy bars and truck- loads of milk. Mr. Smith-A special staff to sell refreshments for school activities. Miss Stevens-A magnetized retractor to pull overdue books out of students' desks. Mr. Tate-A four-minute mile. Miss Trudel-A volume of "Dear Abby" stories. Mrs. Weinbeck-A textbook conversant with the student. TUSITALA Bonnie MacKay Debra Goodman Flora Katsiaficas Joanne Markaverich Joanne Balam Jackie Sylvestre TUSITALA STAFF Editor-in-Chief Georgia Sardonis Business Editor Malcolm Beaverstock Associate Editors Suzanne Osgood Michael Morley Jane Wrobleski Ronald Kizala Art Editors Martha McNiff, Editor Duane Hammond, Associate Editor Paragraphers Sara Lee Kudzma Adriann Theriault Frances Papadirnitriou Typists Beth Hendrickson Nancy Webster Elizabeth Darling Carol Greenlaw Carol Mansfield Mary Axton Maureen Ivanow Joanne Niquette Shirley Anctil Faculty Advisors Miss Mary Gallagher Miss Anne McWeeney Mrs. Joseph Scott Mrs. Walter Keady GRADUATION Issue Mr. Peter Murauckas Karen Tabor 1 Barbara Sanders Katherine MacDonald Rose Paskaley Paul Cote Claire Bourdon Pauline Denault Patricia Belaik Mabel Pelletier Miss Mabel Noyes Mrs. Raymond Jackson Miss Mary Ryan PAGE TWENTY-FIVE 6 4 Q 0 4' SDI TOR' 4 CLIGZF' 4 X +23 ,W so-Si, S252 .. 35 0 w!7 Suzi-'gf Mica' Ll ggi? 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'53 , pf f N wk 'ryprs 4 N a' X, e ki F Q-QSTQTX AQF EQLTDR, JXEIQJHA Mem ? f O53 1 Q MISS RYAN W' NANCY 'CMM' 'Wm' mm FEUKEEN-CHfz0L'PnvriuE eww- 1-GREY' cngigg. pill' ' BETTY .jgmfg , Masai. - ymmqg SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Frances Papadimitriou Robert Richard Cosmos Marandos Rose Paskaley Vice President Business Manager President Secretary JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Georgia Sardonis Kevin Sullivan Michael Morley Martha McNiff Secretary President Business Manager Vice President PAGE TWENTY-EIGHT TUSITALA gvfvfvi fi ' ALICE Our coming' to high school Was, in many ways, as exciting and full of surprises as Alice's fall dovvn the miraculous rabbit-hole into Wonderland. Although the variety of things We have done were not so weird as chasing white rabbits and playing' Croquet with flamingos, and the people we have met were not so wild as the lVlarch Hare and the Mad Hatter, we have had many parallel eperiences that have taught us a lot of things, academic and otherwise, which vvill aid us in mak- ing' more mature judgments when we become an active part of the adult world. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE TWENTY-NINE Q9 4' Y . W .ff --off-1 2-620701 ALICE ELIZABETH AMBURG Al-pretty, sweet, and very friend- yl-always smiling-has a good word for all-enjoys all types of sports, es- pecially swimming, softball, and skiing-future plans are to be an I. B. M. operator-favorite expression, "Too much!" Girls' Basketball I, After-School Employment I, III. ROLAND EDWARD ANCTIL, JR. Known to all as Tiny-tips the scale at 250 lbs.-favorite expression, "Too much!"-favorite girl, Jean- nette-enjoys ripping apart cars- is liked by all fI'll saylj-favorite recreation, football - immediate plans, college - ultimate ambition, professional football-good luck! Tattler Business Agent III, All- State Football Team II, III, After- School Employment I, II, III. SHIRLEY ELIZABETH ANCTIL Shirl - quiet - recognized in a crowd by her freckles-usually seen with a good-looking boy-terrific personality-pops a mean dish of corn-ambition, to be a good house- wife - everybody's friend - likes skates or a naint brush. Girls' Basketball II, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala. Typist III, After- School Employment II, III: Upper Quarter. GLEN ALAN ANDERSON Andy-famous for his crewcut- can always be heard to say "Get serious!" - very talkative - knows everyone-loves ,sp0r'CS, GSPSCWUY basketball-an enthusiastic hunter- has worked at the Nashua Golf Driving Range-next year, Went- worth Institute-plans for the future include electrical engineering. Football I, Baskektball I, II, III! After-School Employment I, II, III. JOHANNA LEE ANDERSON Jo--cute, but bashful-not quiet .in room 118-friendly, With 3 gay Smile -"Really!"-does her shopping at A 8: P-loves to swim-wants to be an office worker-plans to attend col- lege. Spanish Club II, III, After-School Employment II, III. PAGE THIRTY CAROL EDNA ANDREWS Carol-loves jazz-a wonderful artist-favorite expression, "What a riot I"-sophisticated Bohemian- wants to travel around the world- really neat dresser. Glee Club I, Dramatics Club II, After-School Employment I, II, III, Federation of Women's Clubs Art award III, Scholastic Airt Award JAMES ANTHONY ASBURY Jim-tall-shy-blushes easily- favorite expression, "No kidding!"- ardent sportsman-one deer to his basketball-can be Y.M.C.A.-worked -at Millwork-immediate credit-enjoys found at the Indian Head plans, college-ultimate ambition, to be a dentist. Track I, II, III. III, Science Fair I, II, MARY JOYCE AXTON Mary-favorite expression, "Huh, what you say?"-loves to draw- a fabulous personality--the perfect friend-always ready to lend a help- ing hand-liked by all-will surely be a success as a secretary. Girls' State II, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Typist III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Program Committee III, Upper Quar- ter. MELANIE SUSAN BAILEY Red-has great personality--easy blusher, especially in English-a familiar face at Newberry's-loves dancing and looking at spo1'ts-al- ways looking for a laugh in P. D.-- plans to be an airline hostess--hope you make it, Melanie. After-School Employment II, III. JOANNE BARBARA BALAM Jo-"Who, me?"-"What a riot!" -winning smile and pleasing person- ality-fond of dancing during her spare time-enjoys sports, especially Girls' Basketball-flashes a spark- ling diamond and plans on marriage soon-will make an adorable secre- tary. Dramatics Club II, Tusitala Para- grapher III, T'a.ttler Solicitor III, Girls' Basketball I, II, After-School Employment I, II, III. TUSITALA 4 4' Y 27 SWS , ' T A 0 's?7:'3 E-G" 'H 'Q. Q!t,,ffS0"J"" ALAIN ROBERT BARDE Al - suave Frenchman - fantastic skier-came to Nashua High from Switzerland-used to the Swiss Alps -loves to wedeln-charming French accent-a smile and a "Hi" for every- one-won many friends-cute sense of humor-always unintentionally slamming Miss Noyes's doors - delights the girls with his polished manners. EVELYN MARY BARITEAU Evie-very quiet-enjoys writing poetry and horse-back riding-one of our good basketball players-favorite expression, "Chunk it!"-plans to work after high school-ultimate ambition, to teach. Christmas Assembly III, Glee Club II, III, Girls' Basketball I, II, III, Upper Quarter. ELIZABETH MARY BAYBUTT Betty-jolly sense of humor some- times hidden by an Italian temper- lots of fun on the ski slopes-"Take a break!"-laughs and more laughs -college in the future. Latin Club I, Science Fair II, Press Club Reporter III, After-School Em- ployment III, Tattler Staff III, Cheerleader I, II, Glee Club I, II, Christmas Assembly I, II, Senior Play Publicity Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. ERNEST ARTHUR BEAUCHEMIN Bush - good looking - friendly smile-favorite expression, "Take a break!"-a great interest in cars and dancing-frequently seen eating in Room 119-watch your waistline, Bush - immediate plans, the Air Force-ambition, to be a mechanic. Science Fair I, Camera Club II, After-School Employment III. NORMAN ROLAND BEAULIEU Nerb-good painter-easygoing- one of "Caron's boys"-always smi- ling-friendly manner-plans to join the Navy-wants to be a pilot-fa- vorite pastime, diving. Chemistry Club II, Tattler Home Room Representative II, Science Fair III,Prom Committee II, III, After- School Employment I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE ROBERTA ANNE BEAUPRE Ro-loves life, liberty, and the pur- suit of men-shining black hair and a bright smile-a fantabulous water skier-college. Library Aide I, Science Fair I, Dramatics Club II, Student Social Sfience Society II, Tattler Staff II, Girls' State II,Senior Play III, Press Club Reporter III, French Award, French Honor Society II, III, Upper Quarter. MALCOLM C. BEAVERSTOCK The Beave-always on the run- loves sports-tremendously active in and out of school-mad scientist- "That's rugged!"-hobbies include photography, music, and fishing. Library Aide I, Harvard Prize II, Tattler Staff II, Sports Editor III, Senior Play III, Press Club III, Tusitala Business Manager III, La- tin Club I, II, Graduation Usher I, II, Science Fair lst Alternate II, Science Fair Ist Prize III, Band I, II, III, Baseball, Basketball, Football Statistician I, II, III, Upper Quarter. PATRICIA ANN BELAIK Pat-favorite expression, "What a riot!"-friendly to everyone-enjoys swimming-melody in her voice- loads of fun-a great cook-sweet smile - immediate plans, secretarial work - a tremendous asset to any office. Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Typist III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Program Com- mittee III. ROGER GERARD BELANGER Roger-good student, tries hard, especially in English-friendly with everyone - "Yes, Dad!" - enjoys sports, skiing mostly-loves to take movies-has worked in grocery store for his father-plans to attend technical institute-ultimate ambi- tion, own many apartment houses. After-School Employment I, II, III. RONALD ROY BENTLEY Bent-very quiet-always equipped with a few extra pens-enjoys all sports, especially hockey-favorite expression, "Oh, yeah!"-wants to go into electronics-often seen in the public library with his nose in a book. Graduation Usher II, After-School Employment I, III. PAGE THIRTY-ONE P!F'Y"'B'! vw ,wc-Q? Y ,, W ...,Q5E-Sgr. 4'iU by ANDRE PAUL BERGERON Andy-independent - makes cas- kets for a living-"Tough break!"- visits the Priscilla frequently to meet a certain waitress wearing a diamond ring-drives a Ford automobile that has seen its last mile-immediate plans, marriage-ultimate ambition, electrician. After-School Employment I, II, III. PAUL ODILON BERNIER, JR. Paul-very friendly-loves roller skating and hunting-favorite ex- pression, "What do you say'?"-im- mediate plans, the U. S. Coast Guard -ultimate ambition, to be a radar technician-favorite recreation, roller skating. Tattler Home Room Represent- ative Ig Science Fair IIQ After-School Employment I, II, III. DAVID DALE BERUBE Burb-always joking and having fun-likes to work-favorite expres- sion, "Too much!"-ambition, work ..h0bby, cars-likes hot rods-lousy pumper at a filling station-likes girls-enjoys dancing and Paftles- Football Ig Band I, IIS Tattler Home Room Representative II, III? After-School Employment .II, III: Science Fair II, III, Senior PlaY Ticket and Ushering Committee III. ELAINE RUBY BLANCHARD Lani-kind of quiet, but friendly to everyone-always smiling-her fu- ture ambition, to find homes for homeless children-likes to eat and sleep-has special knack for keeping slim-favorite expression "Beans!" After-School Employment I. MICHAEL BRUCE BLEKITAS Kayo-known for his line with the girls-favorite expression "Gung ho!" -enjoys all kinds of sports, but has a particular interest in hunting- loves to go to parties-smart dresser -has overcrowded dates-plans to attend college after high school. Track Ilg After-School Employ- ment I, IIIQ Football I, II, III. PAGE THIRTY-TWO BARBARA MAXINE BLUELSTEIN Barb-"Don't be stupid!"-fashiom able dresser - famous laugh - silly chatter-likes dancing and sewing in that order-great kid to get along with!-nice personality-plans on a sales career at Jordan Marsh-knows everything about everyone every- where. Latin Club Ig Library Aide Ig Girls' Basketball Ig Science Fair Ig Press Club Reporter IIIg Senior Play Publicity Committee III, Class Pro- phet IIIg Upper Quarter. GERALD LEON BOGGIS Jerry-handsome-neat dresser- favorite expression, "No sweat!"- reserved, but not quiet-an excellent dancer-works as a cashier at First National Store-immediate plans, work and night school-wants to be an accountant. Tattler Business Agent IIIQ Science Fair III, After-School Employment , II, III. WILLIAM JOSEPH BOUCHER Bill-not so quiet as he seems to be -"Is that so?"-frequently seen with a junior girl-emploved at Banner Photo - hobby, photography - fa- vorite recreation. dancing-hopes to attend college and to take up account- ing. After-School Employment I, II, III. CLAIRE ADELE BOURDON Claire-acquires friends easily- Winsome smile-smart in school-fa- vorite expression, "Crumb!"-likes to listen to popular music-wants to be a secretary. Glee Club Ig Library Aide Ig Press Club Typist IIIg Tattler Business Manager III, Tusitala Paragrapher IIIQ Christmas Assembly I, IIg After- School Employment II, III, Upper Quarter. RICHARD ALBERT BRADLEY Dick-favorite expression, "Take a break!"-friendly personality-easy- going-loves music-hopes to become a disc-jockey-favorite class is Prob- lems of Democracy-loves to run errands-always busy with something -plans to go into service after high school. Christmas Assembly Ig Glee Club 51 After-School Employment I, II, TUSITALA Q9 Q we W eq . 0 6170 Q 40 O . , a t X 'R Q 0 v .0.g2.h1 2,4-if - M A Q Q7,5MZ.i0, Qs!! ALBERT BRIGGS Alby-tall-many friends-terrific in all sports-well-known perform- ance on the football field and around the basketball court-favorite saying "Oh, get out of 'here!"-ambition, disc jockey-made the All-American football team - Congratulations, Alby! Track II, III, Baseball I, II, III, Basketball I, II, II, Football I, II, Co-Captain III. CLAUDE RONALD BRODEUR Claude-always smiling-blushes very easily-enjoys playing pool and plays very well-would relish the idea of being a taster at a candy factory -favorite expression, "Eh, chien"- enjoys driving in his leisure time- future ambition, to be a machinist. Lunch Counter I, Latin Club II. THOMAS RICHARD BURKE Tom-well-liked-likes sports and cars-favorite expression, "Wonder- ful!"-employed at Avery's Furniture Store-bashful-favorite recreation, football and basketball games-im- mediate plans, to go to work- ultimate ambition, to be a salesman. Science Fair III' After-School Em- ployment II, III. KATHLEEN MARGARET CABLES Kathy-"Yah, good!"-pretty and popular - always happy - loves swimming and skiing-will make a charming nurse. Latin Club I, Science Fair I, Stu- dent Council II, Girls' State II, Christmas Assembly III, Press Club Reporter III, Home Room Represen- tative to Student Council III, Tattler Home Room Representative III, Cheerleader I, II, Glee Club II, III, Tattler Staff II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. SHIRLEY MAE CANNEY Shirl-swell gal-quiet and friend- ly-always laughing-favorite .ex- pression, "You're a nut!"-GHJOYS dancing and roller skating-collects and exchanges records as a hobby- hopes to work in an office-her good spelling will be an asset there-had fun working at Bobby Beck-future ambition, to become a secretary. Art Club II. GRADUATION lssuE HOWARD ALBIN CARNEY Howie-favorite expression "Not particularly!"-always ready to help a friend-puts out his best leg for basketball-always smiling-has a love for debating-enjoys skiing and dancing. Debating Club II, President II, Basketball I, II, Science Fair I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, II. LYNN CARON Tillie-likes simply everyone- never misses a party-favorite ex- pression, "Oh, you brat!"-skis from December to May-a joy to all her friends- bound for U. N. H. Junior Red Cross I, Cheerleader II, Press Club III, Pen Club III, Prom Committee III, Latin Club I, II, Senior Play Property Committee III. MARGOT ANNE CARON Margot-bright bundle of joy- smart as a whip-an eye for boys- serious student-skiis like a pro- jokes and more jokes-college-a scientist-to-be. Junior Red Cross I, Dramatics Club II, History Club II, Girls' State II, Senior Play III: Pep Club III: Prom Committee III, Tattler Staff III, After-School Employment III, Science Fair I, II, Second Prize III, Upper Quarter. RUSSELL EDWARD CARON Russ-well-liked by classmates- coolest haircut you ever saw-blushes easily-likes to go hunting and fish- ing-very talkative in English Ito the teacher, that ish-immediate plans, service - ultimate ambition, State Police or jet pilot. After-School Employment I, II, III. CAROL LOUISE CARTER Carol-very friendly-music lover -likes skating-"Too much!"-imme- diate plans, college-ambition, to be a chemist-blushes easily-always seen with the same boy. Glee Club I, Orchestra I, Christ- mas Play I: Modern Language Club II, Band III, Chemistry Club III: Science Fair II, III. ' PAGE THIRTY-THREE fluffy. 4-1-- Q? , .oJg?,1 oA V Q Qlg'ul5io..Ju,. VERA ELAINE CHIPMAN Chippy-great girl-shy-collects records - very witty - often heard saying "Don't panic!"-immediate plans, working with the airlines-now working at Scott Jewelry Co.-loves to go roller skating. Girls' Basketball Ig Knitting Club After-School Emplovment I, II, ROBERT ARTHUR CLEM ONS Clem-always has a joke-loves Hi-Fi records - enjoys hunting - chauffeur for St. Christopher's Par- ish-ambition, to be a teacher. Tattler Home Room Representative Ig Future Teacher's Club II, Treas- urer IIg Hockey III, Chemistry Club III, Science Fair II, IIIQ Second Prize Biology IIg After-School Em- ployment I, II, III, Senior Play Pub- licity Committee III, Upper Quarter. VIRGINIA ETHEL COLLINS Ginny-very shy and very quiet- doesn't speak unless spoken to, but always has a ready smile-getting a job is the first thing after graduation -her ambition, to do secretarial work, in which she will be very efficient. After-School Employment II. CAROLYN STEWART COOK Cookie-she's an "ish" girl with a pleasant smile-very pessimistic- witty-a riot when in a silly mood- hates math-plans to go to Colby- ultimate ambition, to be a psycholo- gist-dancing is her hobby. Latin Club Ig Modern Language Club IIQ Press Club III, Tattler Staff III, Pep Club III: Senior Play Pub- licity Committee III gUpper Quarter. CONSTANCE RUTH CORONIS Connie-well-liked-loves skiing- favorite expression, "That makes me sick!"-likes to sew-dresses beauti- fully-works for her father-imme- diate plans, college. Latin Club Ig Science Fair IIQ Cheerleader II: Tattler Staff IIIQ Senior Play Costume Committee IIIg Christmas Assembly I, II: After- School Employment I, II, Home Room Representative to Student Council I, IIg Glee Club I, II, IIIg Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III. PAGE THIRTY-FOUR J 8 PAUL RAYMOND COTE Big Moose-always comes to school well supplied with gum-relaxes com- pletely in class-enjoys skiing and going to social gatherings-is an ar- dent football fan-plans to continue his schooling, but his ultimate am- bition hasn't been uncovered yet. Science Fair IIg Glee Club I, II, After-School Employment I, II. ETHEL ALICEBELLE COVEY Snooky-"Eee, boy!"-plans to go to nursing school-ambition is to become a good nurse-always very quiet in English-favorite pastime is stamp collecting-loves to read- often goes hiking and bicycling. Lunch Counter Ig Needlework IIQ Science Fair I, III, After-School Em- ployment I, III. SANDRA ANN CROOK ER Sandy-friendly but shy-enjoys dancing very much-also likes bowl- ing and cars-"You know it!"- im- mediate plans, hairdressing school- ultimate ambition, to become a top- fashion hairdresser-know she will make a fine one. good luck! After-School Employment II. MARCIA ANN CUNNINGHAM Mushy-always the center of a group of hilarious girls-very witty -has many friends-favorite expres- sion, "Those are the breaks!"-a necessity to the Glee Club-enjoys swimming-immediate plans, nursing school-any patient's consolation. Girls' Basketball Ig Science Fair Ig Glee Club IIIQ Christmas Assembly IIIg Latin Club I, II, III. RALPH WADLEIGH CURRIER, JR. Bud-a very likable, witty, non- chalant boy-intends to take life easy in the present as well as in the future -enjoys hunting as a hobby and football as a recreation-both future plans and ultimate ambition are un- decided. Track Ig Football Ig Baseball II3 Science Fair I, II: After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. TUSITALA 57. 1 . 0:g2.?' KAREN SHEILA DANE Cute-flirting green eyes and honey-blonde hair-collects many re- cords-favorite expression "Sorry, not today!"-demure manner and smile-goes to many parties and dances-future plans, to be a model, will make a good one-good luck! After-School Employment II, III, Lunch Counter I, II, III. ELIZABETH ANN DARLING Betty-short and cute-favorite expression, "Eeh, gads!" - ardent sports fan and participant-basket ball enthusiast - immediate plans, work-ultimate ambition, to be a girls' basketball coach. Girls' Bowling Club I, Science Fair I, Press Club T "" ist III, Tusitala Typing Staff III, Tattler Solicitor III, Girls' Basketball I, II, III, Up- per Quarter. SANDRA LEE DARLING Sandy-favorite expression "Man!" -great kid-shy but friendly-very quiet in class, but full of vim and vigor-loyal N. H. S. fan-enjoys swimming-loves to listen to "pop" records-very active at YWCA-im- mediate plans, to work in an office- good luck! Tattler Solicitor III. FRANKLIN JOSEPH DAVIS Dave-easygoing-good humorist- like to take days off from time to time-"Play it cool!"-an avid fan of fishing and baseball-plans to enter the service after graduation-future, uncertain. Library Aide I, After-School Em- ployment I, Science Fair II, Radio Club II. JAMES RICHARD DAVIS Jimbley-"Oh, yes!"-sophisticated charm-thoroughly enjoys basketball -gentleman shoe salesman-pinches toes when fitting shoes, but appre- ciated jlust the same!-grotesque sense of humor-headed for the en- gineering world-great thinker.. Tattler Business Agent IU: 50191109 Fair III, Second Prize III, After- School Employment I, II, III? UPPGY Quarter, Class Orator. GRADUATION ISSUE Q9 1."'. 0 sf., A o Q7 gnc 9: 4 ?30- .J' "' BARBARA ANN DEGULIS Barb-cute kid-very sociable- lots of fun in a crowd-crazy about knitting but hardly ever produces a finished product-blusher. Junior Red Cross Home Room Rep- resentative I, Student Council Home Room Representative II, Christmas Assembly III, After-School Employ- ment III, Senior Play Costume Com- mittee III, Glee Club II, III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee II. ROGER JOSEPH DELUDE D-tall and blonde-always smiling -"Too much!"-loves music- seen at Bergeron's-hopes to be a con- ductor-mad about all kinds of per- cussion instruments. Prom Committee II, Graduation Usher II, Tattler Home Room Rep- resentative II, Graduation Orchestra II, III, All-State Band II, III, Band I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III, Senior Play Orchestra III. PAULINE ANN DENAULT Chippy-"SorryI"-has a warm, pleasant smile for everyone-her sin- cere manner and humor win her many friends - relishes swimming - ulti- mate ambition, private secretary- will be an asset to any office. Press Club Reporter III, Press Club Typist III, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III, Upper Quarter. ROBERT W. DEPONTBRIAND Bill-great guy to get along with -kind of shy-loves outdoor sports, such as camping, hunting, and fishing-his favorite expression, "Yea!"-ambition, to join the Navy after graduation-hobby, cars-fa- vorite recreation, hunting. Future Farmers of America I, Science Fair II, III. GEORGE K. DERDERIAN. JR. George-neat dresser-enjoys pop- ular recofrds-favorite expression, "Back off!"-found at Y.M.C.A. playing pool and basketball-former employee of the Nashua Telegraph- immediate plans, work-ultimate am- bition, to become a cabinet maker. German Club II, Track III, After- School Employment I, II, Science Fair I, II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III. PAGE THIRTY-FIVE af? Y 62, 3 . if Q7 f-0JzE?'5w5fG":' J. Q, Qgxgsf'-"J ' LEONARD LOUIS DESCHENES Poncho-smart talker-always has a witty remark ready-loves to sleep in P. D.-enjoys playing basketball- a valuable asset to French Hill-- immediate plans are work-ultimate ambition is to become a cabinet maker. Science Fair Ig After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. GERALD JOSEPH DESMARAIS Jerry-quiet and pessimistic-a foot- ball lover-enjoys hunting and fish- ing - an ardent sportsman - many friends-favorite expression, "Yea!" -easygoing guy-plans to enter the service or a technical school. Band Ig After-School Employment Ig Science Fair I, II, III. RAYMOND JEAN DESPRES Ray-"What's cookin'?"-fond of wearing a white shirt and a brown tie-interested in the business world. especially First National-tries hard to please-loves to skate-enjoys fishing and hunting-independently wealthy-immediate plans, the ser- vice. After-School Employment I, II, IU- ANN MARIE DEVLIN Louffy-good kid-favorite ex- pression, "Whoa, Deal"-full of wise cracks-often seen at YWCA-hopes to attend an airline school-enJoys singing thas a beautiful voicej and dancing-ultimate ambition, to be an airline hostess-good luck! Tattler Home Room Representa- tive IIg After-School Employment I, II, III. LEO WILLIAM DIONNE. JR. Leo-crew cut-quiet and mature -always studying-favorite expres- sion, "Oh, ya!"-loves to repair automobiles-just can't wait for sum- mer to come so he can go swimming -familiar face at A and P-plans to enter the U. S. Navy-ultimate am- bition, to be a general contractor. After-School Employment I, II, III. EDM UND GERALD DOBENS Dobs-"What's the scoop?"-pop- ular with the girls-great one for night life-stays in Wednesdays, though, to watch "Wagon Train"- blushes easily-plans to enter the service-would like to be an electri- cian. Science Fair Ig Football II, After- School Employment III, Basketball I, II, III. JUDITH ANN DOBENS Judy-naturally curly hair-enjoys dancing, ice skating, and swimming-- favorite expression, "Really?"-full of fun-employed as a secretary at St. Joseph's Hospital-ultimate am- bition. to be a medical secretary. Latin Club I5 Press Club Reporter III: Christmas Assembly III: Glee Club II, III: After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. KATHRYN JOAN DORR Kaye or Kathy-favorite expres- sions, "Rightol", "Phooey!", and "I give up, what?"-good kid-loves to be in the cheering section of football and basketball games-enjoys tennis always full of fun-likes boys- short and sweet-hopes to get an office job. Upper Quarter. GERTRUDE EILEEN DOUGLASS Trudy-good looks with personal- ity plus-"Is that so?"-talks a lot in English-always in a laughing mood-loves to twirl that baton of hers-plans to attend U.N.H. or Ply- mouth Teachers College-ultimate ambition. airline stewardess. Spanish Club I, II, After-School Employment II, IIIg Glee Club I, II, III, Band I, II, III: Senior Play Tick- et and Ushering Committee III. RONALD DAVID DOWLING Ronnie-easy fellow to get along with-sometimes called Tank-fa- vorite expression, "Too much!"- hobby, playing cards-plans to join the Air Force-ambition, to be a fire- man-works at Joe's on weekends- likes bowling. Tusitala Paragrapher III, Science Fair II, III, After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. PAGE THIRTY-Six TUSITALA Q9 ree' r 0 Q Q? '47 e 1- Q7 ,, . -0!:?q7:'5 5f"' Q70 , 3,E,5"" LEO JOSEPH DOYLE Freckles or Curly-reserved-ew joys Hi-Fi music and riflery-favor- ite expression, "Holy Toledo"-stock boy at Champagne's-loves Cana- dians and Canada, especially Nova Scotia-immediate plans, service- ultimate ambition, to become a high- school teacher. After-School Employment II, III, Science Fair II, III. ALFRED PETER DUBE Fred-friendly and easygoing-fa- vorite expression, "Too much!"-likes to eat-hobby, hunting, and, also, likes to dance-immediate plans, to enter the service-wants to become an electrician. Home Room Representative I, Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. JEAN ARTHUR DUBUC The quiet, ambitious type-modest genius-loves doing dangerous things likes sports-car racing-a determi- ned, but luckless outdoor sportsman -usually designs cars in history class, much to the teacher's dismay -going to U.N.H. to take up auto- motive engineering. Science Fair I, II, III, Second Prize III, After-School Employment I, II, III, Upper Quarter. LEON ANDREW DUTTON Shorty-favorite expression, "As so!"-loves skiing, skating, and girls-a good bicycle rider-vvorks for Western Union-likes hunting- a great fishing fan-you'll find him at almost any fishing hole-1mme- diate plans, to be an automaiic ope- rator for Western Union-gocd luck! After-School Employment I, II, III. GALE LARRETTE DWYER Called Peanut-now sporting a diamond-known around school for her long ponytail-"Don't get .all shook!" - usually quiet - immediate plans, marriage-knows a lot about home decoration-ambition, to be successful in whatever she does. After-School Employment HI- GRADUATION ISSUE gil ILSE GERTRA UD ESCHHOLZ Ilse - favorite expression, "You know!"-enjoys dancing and going to parties - very friendly - wonderful smile for all-ambition is to be an airline hostess-also enioys jazz, is clever at hair styling, and has a cool collection of jazz records. Modern Language Club II, After- School Employment I, II, III. NANCY JOYCE FARLAND Nanjo - "Good grief!" - silky blonde hair-always up-to-date in fashions-could tell your facts about baseball Ted Williams wouldn't know. Library Aide I, Girls' State II, Press Club Reporter III, Latin Club I, II, Glee Club II, III, Christmas Assembly II, III, French Honor So- ciety II, III, After-School Employ- ment II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Upper Quarter. LOUISE ANN FLANDERS Eloise-short, sweet, and soft-spo- ken-has many friends-enjoys read- ing and roller skating-favorite ex- pression, "Hey, Shrimp!"-attracts many customers as a waitress at Miss Nashua Diner-immediate plans, Nashua Business College-ultimate ambition, marriage. Science Fair I, Latin Club I, II, After-School Employment II, III, Library Aide I, II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. DENNIS HARLEY FLINT Menace - "Grub!" - the greatest skier in ski land-loves all winter sports-has a friendly manner- heavenly blue eyes-always eating- has a great personality and ready for a smile anytime. Graduation Usher II, After-School Employment I, II, III, Science Fair Second Prize III. DAVID ARNOLD FRANCOEUR Frank-a well-known observer around school-hobby is boating-fa- vorite recreation is water-skiing- works in a garage-plans to enter the service after graduation-favorite ex- pression, "Take a break!"-ultimate ambition, to be an electrical engineer. Band I, After-School Employment I, II, III. PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN 97 -rw - ,gs FREDERICK LEROY FULLER Fred-Lefty - crewcut - smart dresser-hobby is boating-plans to enter the service after graduation- doesn't say much but laughs a lot- has an avid interest in meteorology -loves to water-ski-"Too much!"- employed at Nashua Camera Shop. After-School Employment III. ROGER WILLIAM GAGNE Gag-"Too much!"-an absolute genius-scientifically inclined-'wild saxman-likes all sports and music -headed for Lowell Tech next year -a future mechanical engineer. Home Room Representative to Student Council I, Boys' State II, Band Club II, Science Fair II, III, Senior Play Orchestra II, III, Band I, II, III, Upper Quarter. MARTHA GAGNON Marty-girl with a very nice smile -liked by all-enjoys dancing and skiing-collects records-favorite ex- pression, "Goodness!"-plans to get married after graduation-has a sparkling ring to prove it-best of luck to a swell gal! PAULINE DENISE GARON Pauline-actress-prretty blonde- enjoys dancing at the Commodore- favorite expression, "Who there?"- eats candy between classes-her am- bition is to become a hairdresser- now working at Isidore's-often seen driving her mother's car toward Lowell. After-School Employment I, II, III. KATHRYN MARGARET GATCOMB Kathy-quiet-enjoys a good time -active member of the band-good artist-favorite expression, "It's not fair!"-art-school bound-wants to become an interior decorator. Library Aide I, Art Club II, Science Fair II, Christmas Assembly III, Prom Committee I, II, Gradua- tion Orchestra II, III, After-School Employment II, III, Band I, II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III. PAGE: THIRTY-EIGHT MARTHA FRANCES GATCOMB Mart-petite-neat as a pin- sweet smile-"You know!"-likes to slcate-spends most of her time dan- cing around the house-usually seen in a '49 Chevrolet with a "certain someone"-a natural-born nurse. Latin Club I, Dramatics Club II, Cheerleader II, Press Club III, Tat- tler Business Agent III, Senior Play Publicity Committee III, Upper Quarter. RICHARD JOHN GAUDET Dick-tall, quiet-great guy-fa- vorite expression, "Yeh!"-is often seen heading towards the north with either gun or fishing rod in hand- immediate plans, Navy-ultimate am- bition, construction engineer-favoxw ite recreations, football and hiking. After-School Employment I, II, III. THOMAS CHARLES GIATAS Tom-one of our car enthusiasts- knows all about hot rods-works at present in one of Nashua's fine stores -immediate plans and ultimate am- bition are both undecided-but it will probably have to do with cars. Science Fair II. DAVID ALAN GIDGE Curly-good natured-talkatiVe- contributes quite freely to Kurious Kate about everyone but himself- ardent football fan-likes to play the piano and watch T.V.-plans to work after high school-ambition, to be an optometrist. Science Fair II, Spanish Club II, After-School Employment II, III, Library Aide I, II, III. LORRAINE IDA GILBERT Lorraine-great girl-thinks a lot of a certain soldier-wants to work in an office-ambition, housewife- "0h, yeah!"-likes to collect records -has worked as waitress and sales- girl-likes swimming and tennis- sends letters to Pennsylvania reg- ularly. Glee Club III, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. TUSITALA Q9 51" 0 :lo + sg' V V- . -0Js"g 6TQ? Q ogggi'-20:5 BRUCE WHITING GILLETTE Blades-favorite expression, "You know what I mean!"-has the friend- liest smile in N.H.S.-always has a glance and a smile for everyone- quiet and easy-going-found at either Jeannotte's or Priscilla's. Modern Language Club II, After- School Employment I, II, Science Fair I, II, III. PAUL RAYMOND GIROUARD Paul-quiet in English-sleeps in history-"Hey, there!"- sportsman -one of Nashua High's better track- men-plans to attend U.N.H.-am- bition, to be a chemical engineer- works at his dad's store. J. V. Football I, Science Fair II, Boys' State II, Physics Club II, Track II, III, After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. JENS MARVIN GOLDTHWAITE Teddy-hit N. H. S. in '57 from Newton High-friendly, but noted for the satiric expression, "Take a break!"-a great athlete-loves boat- ing-an all-around guy-next am- bition, to attend college. . Christmas Assembly III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Hoc- key III, Baseball II, III, Football II, III, All-State II, Senior Play Stage Committee III. DEBRA JOY GOODMAN Deb-smart and snapny-sophis- ticated but silly-infectious giggle- full of fun-heading for college-will make a terrific teacher. Science Fair I, Band I, Junior Red Cross Club I, Student Council Secre- tary II, Tattler Staff II, Editor-in- Chief III, After-School Employment I, II, III, Latin Club I, II, III, Sen- ior Play Publicity Committee III, Upper Quarter. ROLAND ROBERT GOSSELIN Rol-quick and easygoing-hand- some-a lover of football and base- ball-hobby, guns-favorite expTes- sion, "No sweat!"-enjoys roller skating and ice skating-plans to en- ter the U. S. Air Force-ambition, to be an aircraft mechanic. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE GERALD LOUIS GOYETTE Jerry-another hot-rod specialist- good-looking and friendly-just now he is a grounds keeper-goes wild over skiing and talks about it often- plans to become a draftsman and no doubt will be a good one. Chemistry Club II. LEO ALFRED GRAVEL Butch-good sense of humor- "Too much!"-often seen working at A and P-well-liked by everyone- takes frequent days off from school to go hunting-plans to join the Marines after graduation-best of luck, Butch! Science Fair II, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. CAROL ANN GREENLAW "Never mind!"-friend to everyone - cute-sparkling personality - the sweetest candy attendant the D. W. ever had!-loads of fun to be with- loves roller skating and dancing- headed for airline school. Glee Club II, Press Club Reporter III, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Hyipist III, After-School Employment JUDITH ELLEN GRIGAS Judy-"Wicked!"-a great girl with a terrific personality-sweet smile-small, pert, and peppy-loves horseback riding, cars, and dancing- next sto" nursing school-ultimate ambition, marriage. Science Fair I: Glee Club II, Press Club Reporter III, Press Club Typist III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Publicity Committee III, Upper Quarter. DAVID ROLAND GUERETTE Digit-very quiet in school-won- der how he is on the 0utside!-favor- ite expression, "You lost your what?" -likes all the girls-also enjoys playing golf-is now employed at 20th Century-plans to join the U. S. Air Force-would like to attend trade school. Science Fair I, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. PAGE THIRTY-NINE T, ,L . 4-yv .- Mme if Q- CZ ' '49 F f '--wf--in-..1.. o U 0 ' .D:a ,O o,6'nQ Q lg ' ' I on 0 4, L7 U OQ,.70:.Q7u. RAYMOND REMI HAERINCK Putt-favorite expression, "Get se- rious!"-easy to get along with- loves to dance-excellent errand and messenger boy-C. Y. O. Winter Ball King-always playing jokes on peo- ple-plans to make a career out of the service, or later on, college, after giving the service a few years. After-School Employment I, II, III. ELAINE RUTH HALE Another pretty Brookline girl- came to N.H.S. via Leominster High -twinkling blue eyes-sweet smile- record collector-penchant for art- avid mystery reader-very special in- terest in Coast Guard-immediate goal, a small, quiet wedding. JANIS ELIZABETH HALL Jan -- favorite expression, "Oh, heavens!"-quiet but fun to be with -has a nice word for everyone- knitting comes naturally for Jan- easily liked-a warm personality- loves outdoor sports, especially ice skating-quite a hiker-lives on the grandest farm west of Nashua. Science Fair I, Chemistry Club II. PHYLLIS RUTH HALL Phil-good kid-favorite expres- sion, "Yes, boss!"-real dizzy kid- likes tennis-a great roller skater- immediate plans, to work in an office -being a children's librarian, she has many small friends-enjoys reading good, interesting books. Lunch Counter Cashier I, After- School Employment I, II, III. RONALD ARTHUR HALL Ronnie-"Good luck!"-practically married to dancing!-fabulous sense of humor-next stop, Lowell Tech.- future Sanders worker. Science Fair II, Boys' State II, All-State Chorus III, Christmas As- sembly III, Press Club Reporter III, Golf III, Tattler Business Agent III, Graduation Usher I, II, Glee Club II, Treasurer III, After-School Employ- ment I, II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III. DUANE ALLEN HAMMOND Red-the only red-headed artist around-wits galore and wonderful personality-bound for four years in the Navy-plans to go to art school, and then off to Disneyland to finish 'his art career-favorite recreation, hunting and fishing. Tusitala Artist III, After-School Employment I, II, III. RICHARD DANIEL HARRINGTON Dick-"That really swings out there!"-plays up a storm on the bongo drums-likes football, skating -immediate plans, U.N.H.-ultimate ambition, salesman-likes sports cars. Library Aide I, Graduation Usher II, Boys' State II, Football Manager III, Science Fair III, Latin Club I, II, Tattler Specialties Editor II, III, Basketball Manager II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Senior Play Stage Committee III. DONALD ALFRED HASTINGS Don-favorite expression, "Too much!"-sports-car fiend-loves boats -girl-shy-always smiling-friend- ly manner about him-ready to help a friend anytime-often seen at Mont- gomery Ward's. Radio Club II, Boys' State II, Hoc- key III, Science Fair II, After-School Employment II, III. JACQUELINE HAYNES Jackie-favorite expression, "Too much!" and "Forget it!"-seemingly shy, but has a great personality with a cute smile-beautiful, long, light- brown hair. Junior Red Cross Home Room Rep- resentative I, Student Council Home Room Representative I, Tattler Staff Artist III, Christmas Assembly II, III, Glee Club I, II, LLL, All-State Chorus III, Prom Committee III, Senior Play Program Committee II, Upper Quarter. LILLIAN BETH HENDRICKSON Beth-attractive-quiet and intel- ligeht-"You know me!"-won a cer- tificate and medal for her outstanding work in French-likes to skate in her spare time-immediate plans, to be a stenographer-final goal, private sec- retary. Girls' State II, Tusitala Typist Chairman III, After-School Employ- ment II, III, French Honor Society II, III, Upper Quarter. PAGE FORTY TUSI1-ALA Al' uh A .--u- I ., Q? of 4 . 27 W G O l 'og gneefig Q, o!3'M'g:'i0,-J..'. CAROL ANN HILL "C'est la vie!"-enjoys taking long walks, playing tennis, reading deep books-wants to travel-famous for her individualistic hair styles and her sense of humor-planning to go to college. Library Aide I, Graduation Orches- tra II, Senior Play Orchestra II: La- tin Club III, French Award III, Band I, II, French Honor Society II, III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Upper Quarter. WILLIAM FRED HILL Doc-favorite expression, "I got a good one!"-loves to sleep-plans to attend college next year-has a friendly smile-a beautiful right arm for pitching-a great personality. Modern Language Club II, German Club II, Graduation Usher II: Foot- ball Manager II, III, Baseball I, II, III. WILLIAM HENRY HODGE Bill-good personality-quite the pessimist-loves to have his class- mates "Take a break!"-goes for rock 'n' roll music in a big way- many Presley albums-disc jockey at N. H. S. functions many times- swings that bat-enjoys making girls blush-next year it's off to college. Baseball I, Science Fair II. RICHARD DONALD HOLBROOK Rock-rugged individwalist-to be praised for his ability in sports, es- pecially football-loves hunting with a passion-favorite expression, "Take it easy!"-enjoys food and can be found wherever there is any available -one of the first-lunch stag line. Baseball I, II, III, Football I, II, C0-captain III, Track I, II, III. WILLIAM JOSEPH HOLLORAN Bill-"That's right!"-slightly on the shy side-easy to talk to-blushes easily-immediate plans are to serve his country-ambition, draftsman- crazy about skiing-best stock-boy Amherst Street Market ever had. Football Manager II, After-School Employment II, III, Baseball II, III, Science Fair II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE DOUGLAS RAYMOND HOUGHTON Doug-happy-go-lucky - great one to flirt-always good for a laugh in second period-prefers St. Louis High girls - favorite expression, "Too much!"-likes to skate-has a good time wherever he goes-a familiar face at First National-plans to at- tend U. N. H. Science Fair I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. STEPHEN HOITT "Steve"-love of his life is any- thing on four wheels-has worked as mechanic and grille man through his years at N.H.S. -fond of water skiing, too-will soon be seen wear- ing his country's uniform-hopes to be a jet mechanic. Junior Red Cross I, II, III, After- School Employment I, II, III, Science Fair I, II, III. SUSAN JANE HUK G'nuck-"You bet!"-subtle humor -knows everybody-carefree-not a worry in the world-wonderful gay company-loves music-clarinetist at heart-bubbling over with kindness- excellent qualities for a nurse-will surely succeed in that vocation. Latin Club I, Girls' State II, Science Fair III, Orchestra I, II, Band I, II, Senior Play Property Com- mittee III, Upper Quarter. RUTH PRISCILLA HUNTLEY Ruthie-favorite expression, "Oh, heavens!"-always ready to help a friend-has a ready smile-a consult- ant in English class-plans to attend the Mary Hitchcock Nursing School- luck! Chemistry Club II, Science Fair I, II, III, Upper Quarter. ALICE BRIGITTE HURLEY Brigitte-"Cut it out, will you?"- riotous, dry sense of humor-tries anything-handles that Ford Standard beautifully, sometimes-wild imagina- tion-loves dancing-won't miss a party-unlimited lung capacity in cheering-college. Glee Club II, Christmas Assembly II, Press Club III, After-School Em- ployment II, III, Varsity Cheerleader II, III, Senior Play Publicity Commit- tee III, Upper Quarter. PAGE FORTY-ONE z'9 Q9 JLG if 0' 'i??? if e M v 0 Dsgir E0f2iEU'iEggE5Eng2gW25U3 MAUREEN PATRICIA IVANOW Moe - "Aye ?" - a small sweet blonde-likes reading and writing letters to Canada-was a waitress and counselor at Camp Wonderland-lots of fun-plans for a career as a medi- cal secretary or social worker. After-School Employment II, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Staff Typist III, Senior Play Program Committee III, Upper Quarter. JANATH JOYCE JAGLOWSKI Jay-"What a gasser!"-known for her friendly smile-almost blew up the chemistry lab-has a warm per- sonality-her ambition is to become a nurse-good luck! Glee Club I, German Club II, Tat- tler Home Room Representative III, Science Fair I, After-School Employ- ment II, III, Girls' Basketball I, II, III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III. JUDITH ANN JASALAVICH Judi-favorite expressions, "That'd be telling!" and "Oh, no!"-plans to attend art school next year-quite an artist-loves to sew-friendly manner -always laughing- fun to be with. After-School Employment I, Art Club II, Tattler Business Agent III, Prom Committee I, II, III. JOYCE MIRIAM JEDERIAN Jo-favorite expression, "Goody for you"-keeps second period P. D. class on the ball-fun to be with-great personality-loves a good Joke-Ply- mouth bound. Christmas Assembly III, Press Club Reporter III, After-School Employ- ment III, Science Fair II, Tattler So- licitor III, Glee Club II, III. NORMA LEE JEPSON Norm-efficient-a hard worker- favorite expression, "Boy. what 3 grub!"-loves all kinds. of sports- now working as a wa1tress-1mme- diate plans, secretarial school-ult1- mate ambition, secretary-favorite recreations, tennis, water skiing, ice skating and basketball. Chorus II, Glee Club III. PAGE FORTY-Two RALPH HENRY JOHNSON Ralph-good sense of humor-al- ways jolly-happy-go-lucky-tries to do his best in all classes-takes fre- quent days off from school to go hunt- ing-loves to fish, also-immediate plans, Navy-ultimate ambition, to own a business-best of luck. JAN JUKNIEVICH Jan-tall-blond-quite the shy one - "Almost!" - turns the prettiest shade of pink when he blushes foften D-scientifically inclined-likes astronomy and rocketry, especially- enjoys singing, baseball, and football -college next-ambition, to become an Air Force officer. Glee Club I, Latin Club I, Upper Quarter. FLORA LILLIAN KATSIAFICAS Florabelle-carefree and gay-mul- ti friends-great dancer-favorite ex- pression, "No joke!"-a sure promoter of N. H. S.-immediate plans, college -ultimate ambition, teacher. Science Fair III, Glee Club III, Pep Club III, Tusitala Paragrapher III, After-School Employment II, Christ- mas Assembly III, Latin Club I, II, III, Vice President II, Senior Play Costume Committee III: Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. NICHOLAS JAMES KATSIKAS Nick-too terrific for words-fabu- lous dresser-loves all sports-good looking-sunny disposition has gained him many friends-next stop, U.N.H. -ambition, electrical engineer-Don't get too many shocks! Graduation Usher I, Social Science Club, Vice President II, Glee Club, President III, Delegate to Model U.N. Assembly III, Upper Quarter. HELENE MARY KAZLAUSKAS Helene-tall, friendly-love that smile-"Too much!"-hard worker- mathematical whiz-a joy to any teacher-college next-teaching after- ward-a sure success in any field. Library Aide I, Girls' State II, Pep Club III, Glee Club III, Press Club Reporter III, Christmas Assembly III, After-School Employment III, Latin Club I, II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Upper Quarter. TUSITALA 4521. JW I - O . cz. 18 Q11 + . - Dis?-'3 'D' '70 Q, Q!q,5,,?,,i0' 'cf' "' RICHARD CAMP KEIRSTEAD Windy - talkative - "Little joke there!"-greatest sense of humor- one of the biggest jokers in N.H.S.- likes sports, especially basketball- college in the fall-ambition, to bea chemical engineer. Latin Club I, Tattler Home Room Representative I, Science Fair II, III, Basketball I, II, III, Upper Quarter. STEPHEN JAY KEMP Neck-very good looking-a favor- ite with the girls-sharp dresser-al- ways breaking test tubes in chemistry -loves to embarrass girls-"All 'a time!"-immediate plans are college. After School Employment I, II, Science Fair I, II, III, Tattler Home Room Representative I, Senior Play Publicity Committee III. ADRIAN KEROUAC Quack-"Go, man!"-easygoing at- titude-always has a ready wise- crack-transferred from Bishop Brad- ley in his sophomore year-noted for his sideburns-often seen in Mr. Paquette's room-a real auto enthu- siast-a pleasant clerk at Aubuchon's. After-School Employment I, II, III. RONALD WADE KIZALA Fizz-a real wit- always fiddling with electrical gadgets-bound to suc- ceed at engineering. Library Aide I, Latin Club I, French Honor Society II, Tusitala Staff III, Press Club III, Chemistry Club III, Graduation Usher I, II, Radio Club Officer II, III, Science Fair II, III, Second Prize III, After- School Employment II, III, Tattler Staff I, II, III, Band I, II, III, Upper Quarter. FREDERIC JAY KLEIN "What you say?"-one great guy -terrific personality-a real joker with a sharp wit-ties many shoe- laces at Morse's-Next stop, U. N. H. -a future lawyer. Student Council I, Band II, Social Studies Club Treasurer II, Tattler Staff III, Hockey III, Graduation Usher I, II, Science Fair I, II, After- School Employment I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE ROBERT' ALDEN KNIGHTON Bob-lover of football-counter boy at Buffet Lunch-wants to be a hair stylist-painting is his h0bby-ambi- tion is to be the proprietor of a beauty salon-likes to swim. Band Club II, Prom Committee III, Drum Major I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. ANNA MARIE KNUDSON "Nutty" for short-favorite expres- sion, "Too much!"-loves to ice skate and write letters-immediate plans, office work-ultimate ambition, to be a good secretary-commutes from Brookline-works as waitress at the Railroad Snack Bar. Library Aide I, Christmas Assem- bly III, Glee Club I, II, III. SARA LEE KUDZMA Never a dull moment with Sally! -"Gosh!"-really cute kid with darl- ing clothes-personality plus-a na- tural for the stage-never misses a game-love those freckles! Latin Club I, Tattler Staff II, Science Fair, Second Prize III, Tusi- Play Property Committee III, Pep Club III, Glee Club II, III, Christmas Assembly I, II, After-School Em- ployment III, Upper Quarter. RAMONA MARY KULAS Mona-petite and sporty-enjoys swimming and basketball-collects statues of dogs-likes to ride around in her leisure time-may go to hair- dressing school-plans to get married after graduation-favorite expression, "Too much!" ' Girls' Basketball I, After-School Employment III. JOHN JOSEPH KUPCHUN Kup-shy and reserved-favorite expression, "You snapping?"-spends as much time as he can hunting and fishing-keenly interested in science books and magazines-has been a Telegraph employee and a landscape gardener. Science Fair III, After-School Em- ployment III, Upper Quarter. PAGE FORTY-THREE I I V435 ff. 0- --0112-1 as li t Q2,4.o,,g"- ROLANDE L'ABBE Lab-cute, petite, and full of fun- our class pixie and a winning waitress at Priscilla's-very popular with all the boys-loves dancing and roller skating-often exclaims, "Too much!" -hopes to be a secretary and will surely be a pleasing addition to any office. Girls' Basketball Ig After-School Employment III. ROGER HENRY LAFLEUR Rog-a good looking, energetic guy -loves all sports-popular with the girls-"You're joshing me!"-loves to make trips to Pepperell-immediate plans are to join the Coast Guard- ultimate ambition is to be a machin- ist. Track Ig Student Council Home Room Representative II: Science Fair IIg After-School Employment I, II, III. NORMAN MAURICE LAJOIE Norm or Elvis-favorite expression, "Should have told me!"-pleasing personality-always smiling - keeps W.S.M.N. going-loves popular re- cordings-plans to work at St. Joseph's Hospital in the purchasing department next year-good luck! After-School Employment I, II, III. RAYMOND ROBERT LAJOIE Ray-tall, dark, and handsome- hot-rod boy-likes to work on cars- already building a model A coupe- "Keep it cool!"-is a valuable asset to the Valve Burners-ambition to be an electrical engineer-plans to be- come a Navy man. Science Fair II, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. BETTY ANN LAM OY Babe-great kid-favorite expres- sion, "Honey, take a rather long lunch hour!"-popular girl-loves cars, es- pecially hot rods-great dancer-en- joys outdoor activities-immediate plans, to become a nurse-good luck with your future patients. German Club II. PAGE. FoR'rY-FouR EDWARD ROBERT LARGY Easy Ed-"What's going on?"-a real riot-his hobby is art-born with a football in one hand, a basketball in the other-favorite recreation spot is Y.M.C.A.-plans to enter the Navy after graduation-ambition, to be an artist. Tattler Artist IIIQ Basketball I, II, Football I, IIIg After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. NORMAN ALCIDE LA ROSE Norm-a real blusher when girls are around-"You better believe it!" -hard worker-has a hobby of taking movies-quiet until you get to know him-a familiar face at the Modern Hotel-plans to be a teacher and will make a good one! Spanish Club II, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. KENNETH RICHARD LATOUR Ken-tall and handsome-always has a pleasant word-"What's the story?"-plans to enter college-am- bition, insurance man-hobby, tropi- cal fish-basketball is his game. After-School Employment Ig Biol- o2'v, Second Prize Ig Graduation Usher IIg Football IIQ Physics, Hon- orable Mention IIg Bovs' State II, Hockey IIIQ Golf III, Senior Play III, Science Fair I, II, Modern Language Club II. RONALD ROGER LAVALLEE Ronnie-handsome with black, wavy hair-afraid of girls-always found tinkering with his car-a valuable asset to the Buffet Lunch-wants to join the Navy-good luck I-hope you make Admiral. Art Club Ig Radio Club II: Science Fair III, After-School Employment I, III. ANNETTE HELEN LAVOIEV Ann-likes being with a crowd- "Too much!"-her long hair is every g'irl's envy-hobbies, cooking and reading-recreation, dancing-imme- diate plans, Working in an office-ul- timate ambition, marriage-best of luck! After-School Employment III. TUSITALA ll! Q9 0 v I if V430 .onaig 216.5 Q Q!!-,MZqio,'J.1'. DENISE CECILE LAVOIE Denise-quite petite-loves to rol- ler skate-great artist-her favorite expression, "You don't say!"-wants to go into secretarial work after gra- duation-her greatest ambition, to get married-will make some lucky man a good "little" wife. JACK RICHARD LAW Jack-"Too much!"-his hearty laugh shakes the school!-limitless number of friends-immediate plans prep-school-future executive-a sure success! Latin Club Ig Hockey III: Tattler Business Agent IIIQ Tattler Staff III, Library Aide I, II, President II, Gra- duation Usher I, II: Science Fair II, III, Student Council II, III, Senior Play III. SANDRA MAY LEACH Sandy-nice personality with a friendly smile-favorite expression, "Too much!"-crazy about football- frequently seen in '46 Ford-loves parties and dancing-has worked at Doehla's-immediate plan, to work- ultimate plan, to wed. Science Fair Ig After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. LEO GEORGE LEBEL, JR. Sonny-easygoing and friendly-- does a lot of car talk-favorite ex- pression, "Too much!"-frequently found at his popcorn stand-worked at Rivier College-future plans, to enter the service and to make a career of it. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment II, III. ROLAND GEORGE LEBEL Roland George-tall and dark- loves to watch girls-forever saying, "Much good!"-plans to join the ser- vice immediately after he graduates -wants to own his own business- lover of baseball and basketball. Radio Club II: Baseball II, III, Science Fair I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE x f ERNEST' STEPHEN LECLERC Ernie-great actor-plays saxo- phone in the band-enjoys dancing and jazz music-favorite expression, "Like it crazy!"-employee of the Nashua Dental Laboratory-imme- diate plans, Navy-wants to be a dentist. Dramatics Club II, Senior Play IIIg Science Fair II, III, Second Prize III, Band II, III, Graduation Orchestra II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. NANCY RUTH LEDOUX Nan-good kid-a great dancer- favorite expression, "Choice!"-sweet laugh and warm smile-immediate plans, secretary-ultimate ambition, marriage - presently employed at First National Stores fa great Wrap- perj-active at YWCA-good luck in the future. After-School Employment I, II, III. LORRAINE MARY LEMIRE A dizzy kid!-full of fun-has a warm laugh-always joking around- hopes to go away to school-enjoys reading and swimming-busy in CYO and Sodality-ultimate ambition, business administration worker- good luck in the future! Lunch Cashier Ig Tattler Business Agent III. EDM UND CHESTER LEVESQUE Big Ed-a natural-born joker- couldn't take anything seriously if he had to-his hobby, cooking, and plans to be a chef-will make a fine one-plans to join the Navy after Graduation. Lunch Counter Ig Chemistry Club II, After-School Employment I, II, Science Fair II, III. GERARD ALBANY LEVESQUE Gerry-"I give up!"-has friendly ways-likes cowboy movies, especial- ly "Wagon Train"-special interest in French Hill-a familiar face at Grant's-likes skating and basketball -tries hard in electrical class-plans to get a job at Raytheon-best of luck in the future. After-School Employment I, II, III. 1 it PAGE FORTY-FIVE l l f'l' - F' .., . ,K Q7 J. fi Y J Q if 5 . 27 Q7 0.9-57:5 3 equi? Q Q'4I22o.'. .-l.. X v gvgm Q GERARD ANTONIO LEVESQUE Jerry-quiet and shy-found be- hind soda fountain or on pitcher's mound-ardent lover of sports-en- joys playing hockey or just being on a skating rink-favorite expression, "Really big show!" - immediate plans, college-aspires to become a professional baseball player. Baseball I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. ELLEN ETHEL LIN DQUIST Linky-well known in the office- often heard saying, "Ridiculous!"- ultimate ambition, to become a social worker-plans to work for a while after school-makes most of her own cute clothes!-draws a crowd at Priscilla Tea Room where she is a waitress. After-School Employment I, II, III, Junior Red Cross I. CAROL YVONNE LOCKWOOD Carol-very quiet-came to Nashua from Sunapee, N. H., in her junior year-always saying "Too much!"- immediate plans are to work in a store-ambition is to be a secretary -loves ice skating and roller skating -was employed as a waitress, but is now taking it easy. KENNETH FRANCIS LOUGEE Ken-very quiet and shy-sports- car enthusiast-enjoys hunting and fishing-born with a gun in one hand, a fly rod in the other-em- ployed part-time at Champagne's- immediate plans, service-ultimate ambition, to drive sports cars. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. KATHERINE JEAN Ma1cDONALD Kathy-full of chuckles-fantastic ability to say the right thing at the right time-personality as classic as a fable-"Travaillez!"-going' to col- lege in the fall. Christmas Assembly III, Tusitala Paragrapher III, Senior Play III, Press Club Reporter III, Glee Club I, III, Latin Club I, II, Science Fair II, III, Class Prophet III,.Upper Quarter. PAGE FORTY-SIX BONNIE LOU MACKAY Bonnie-ingenious sense of humor bubbling over with enthusiasm-likes to read-college. Library Aide I, Press Club Repor- ter III, Home Room Representative to Student Council III, Tusitala Edi- tor III, Tattler Associate Editor III, Home Room Representative III, Band I, II, French Honor Society II, III, French Award II, III, Graduation and Senior Play Orchestra I, II, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. VERNON EDWARD MACOMBER Vern-intelligent-quite a vocabu- lary-4th year Latin boy-"Like I mean!"-loves those science-fiction books-hobbies include electronics, model railroading, and reading-fa- vorite pastimes are roller skating and listening to records-immediate plans, college-ambition, to be a Naval med- ical officer. Graduation Usher II, Library Aide III, Latin Club I, II, III, Upper Quarter. NANCY KATHARINE MAHAN Nan-"Oh, dear!"-quiet-shy one -likes skating and studying-tiny, and a friend to all, describe the best-college next year-ambition, to be a sociologist. Latin Club I, Science Fair I, Girls' State II, Glee Club III: Christmas Assembly III, Press Club Reporter III, Pep Club III, After-School Em- ployment III: Senior Play Costume Committee III, Upper Quarter. RONALD WILLIAM MAKARAWICZ Mak-favorite expression, "Too much!"-class blusher-loves weight lifting-always smiling-friendly per- sonality-plans to join the service next year. After-School Employment I, Glee Club II, All-State Chorus III, Christ- mas Assembly III, German Club II, Junior Red Cross Representative II, Track II, Science Fair II, Modern Language Club II, III, Football I, II, III. NICHOLAS MANDRAVELIS Nick-"Be good!"-and "Leave my lunch alone!"-easyvoing-loves to eat-N. H. S.'s basketball star-neat dresser-plans to attend college next year-class heart-breaker. Glee Club III, Modern Language Club II, Basketball I, II, Captain III, Science Fair I, II, III. TUSITALA Q9 P Y MM ' QE. ' U ,490 oo 'D:S. Z 2'6.U .47 v Qvf!,1,Avg0'.C5"" CAROLE ELIZABETH MANSFIELD Cal-"It's ridiculous!" - commuter from Pelham-has trouble getting to school on time-gets frozen fingers scooping ice cream at Fox's Dairy!- a sure success as a nurse. Library Aide I, Science Fair I, Press Club Typist III: Tusitala Typist III, Glee Club I, II, Christmas Assem- bly I, II: Senior Play Program Com- mittee III, Upper Quarter. COSMOS ELIAS MARANDOS Sonny-tall, dark and handsome- knows everyone-very well-liked- loves basketball-often can be heard to say, "Pardita1!"-college next year -for the future, engineering. Student Council Home Room Rep- resentative I, After-School Employ- ment II, Graduation Usher II: Senior Class President III, Glee Club III, Baseball II, III, Science Fair II, III, Basketball I, II, III. JOANNE MARKAVERICH Jo-Jo-every young man's dream! -so popular!-terrific cheerleader- sparkling personality - versatility plus. Junior Red Cross Home Room Rep- resentative I, Student Council Home Room Representative I, Girls' Basket- ball Captain I, Tattler Home Room Representative I, Business Agent III, Press Cluib III, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Paragrapher III: Christmas Assembly I, II, Glee Club I, II, Cheer- leader II, III, Upper Quarter. YVETTE ELAINE MAROIS Yvette-winning smile - many friends-cute-enjoys dancing and painting-favorite expression, "Take a break!"-immediate plans, office work-aspires to be a private secre- tary. Art Club II, Future Teachers of America Club III, After-School Em- ployment I. II, Senior Play Art Com- mittee II, III, Prom Committee I, II, III. RICHARD PAUL MARQUIS Caesar-has that mature look-fa- vorite hide-a-way, Rudy's-often seen riding in mother's car-not overly fond of work-plans to retire at twenty-one fnot serious we hopel- likes to roller skate-immediate plans, to join the Coast Guard. After-School Employment I, II ,III. ROBERT LEO MARQUIS Bob-pleasing smile-friendly type -enjoys fishing and camping-col- lects stamps and rocks-Works for Scattergood's, making doughnuts- likes bowling-favorite expression, "Bulwacky!"-immediate plans, to finish high school and join the Navy. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. VICTOR OMER MARQUIS Vic-transfer student from Maine -enjoys rock 'n' roll music-usher at local theater-likes to write and swim -favorite expression, "Cas noir"- immediate plans, college-ultimate ambition, to be a writer. Latin Club II: Chemistry Club III, Hockey III: After-School Employ- ment II, III: Senior Play Publicity Committee III, Upper Quarter. PAULINE MADELINE MARTEL Paul-sweet and ambitious-"Too much!"-wants to work in an office after graduation-has eyes for only one boy-now working as a waitress at the Transfer Station-enjoys her job-favorite pastime, going' to the movies. After-School Employment II, III. MATTHEW JOHN MATSIS Mattou-favorite expression, "Too much!"-a great track and basketball enthusiast-future plans, Plymouth Teachers' College-ultimate ambition, to become an accountant-luck in the future! Basketball I, Tattler Home Room Representative III, Spanish Club II, III, Track, Cross Country I, II, III, After-School Employment , II, III, Senior Play Ticket Committee III. FRANK MICHAEL MATUZA Mike-tall and slim-always say- ing, "Cool it!"-plans to enter the Navy after graduation-would like to own a private business-well known for his bookkeeping ability-should have been a basketball player-a sure success in whatever he does. Radio Club II, Science Fair III. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE FORTY-SEVEN gel V43 'Z' 0- THOMAS JAMES McALPINE Mac-favorite expression, "Good thinker!"-quiet and shy-always ready to help anyone in need-easy- going-loves carburetors and trans- missions-plans to attend school of technology-our future rocket build- er-fun to be with. Science Fair II, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. RICHARD ANTHONY McCANN Dick-good kid-drives that Olds- mobile-"Too bad!"-likes football and records-has set his sights for college--ambition uncertain. Latin Club I, Library Aide I, Vice President I, Graduation Usher II, Radio Club fBusiness Managerj II, Boys' State II, Press Club III, Foot- ball III, Science Fair II, III, Second Prize II, Senior Play Publicity Com- mittee III. DOROTHY MARY McDONALD Dottie-confirmed pessimist-habi- tual worrier-"You'd better believe it!"-one of the quiet ones fat timesj yet busy as a bee-nurse's aide at St. Joseph's Hospital-plans to attend nursing school-bowling and roller- skating enthusiast-ultimate ambi- tion, nurse and homemaker. Latin Club I, Bowling I, Science Fair I, Chemistry Club II. GERALDINE ELAINE McINTYRE Gerry-good kid-favorite expres- sion, "I don't know, but?"-enjoys hiking-is a great swimmer-likes sewing-immediate plans, working for the Bell Telephone Co.-ultimate am- bition, travel to Europe-is a beaver at Nashua Credit Bureau-good luck! After-School Employment III. MARTHA CURRAN McNIFF Marty-a fantabulous person !- talk about personality, this gal has it all!-greatest artist around. Junior Red Cross I, Science Fair I2 Class Vice President II, Student Council Vice President III: Pep Club III, Press Club III, Tusitala Art Edi- tor III, After-School Employment III, Latin Club I, II, Tattler Staff and Artist II, III, Prom Committee I, II, III, Cheerleader I, II, III, Cap- tain I, III. PAGE FORTY-EIGHT CHRISTOPHER METAKOS Chris-favorite expression, "Too much"-a neat dresser with a flash- ing smile and a great personality. Modern Language Club II, Tattler Home Room Representative Ig Foot- ball I, Glee Club II, III, All-State Chorus III, Christmas Assembly II, III, Science Fair I, II, After-School Employment I, II, III. CURTIS JOHN MERRIFIELD Curt--"What do you want me to do, stand on my head and spit nick- els?"-hobbies are woodworking and automobiles-plans to work one year and then attend Keene Teachers Col- lege-loves to tinker with radios-now working at Nashua Auto Company. Radio Club II, III, Science Fair II, III: After-School Employment I, II, III. RICHARD CURTIS MERRIFIELD Spider-goes in for any sport- could sell the Brooklyn Bridge with his gift of gab-has a great sense of humor and a good eye for girls- "How about that!"-immediate plans and ultimate ambition undecided. Baseball I, II, III, Football I, II, III, Senior Play Stage Committee III. PATRICIA ANN MIKULIS Pat-good kid-shy and quiet-fa- vorite expression, "Gee!"-a great babysitter-enjoys reading and spend- ing money buying records fhow nice to have moneylj--swims like a fish and skates like the wind-immediate plans, Rivier College-ultimate ambi- tion, secretary-good luck! JOHN FRANK MILLS Joe-tall-quiet-likes sports fes- pecially basketballj--catches a snooze or two in those dull classes!-loves the outdoors-good at mechanical drawing-finds the classroom chairs to be too small-plans to enter the service-ultimate ambition, to be a draftsman. Science Fair I, Radio Club II, Bas'- ketball I, II, Orchestra I, II, Band I, II, III. TUSITALA S? vivo to -J. - C cz cz 'Q - 'OJSYJL oval .' Qfiiot SHEILA ANN MORIARTY Sheena-small, but cute-good sense of humor-always surrounded by a crowd-"Don't know, do ya?"- "Youve got a point there!"-recrea- tion: dancing, parties, collecting re- cords-worked at Doehla's-ambition, marriage. Modern Languages Club II, After- School Employment II, III, Lunch Counter I, II, III. ROBERT PAUL MQRIN Bob-easy to get along with-often heard saying, "Great!"-favorite in- door hobby, playing the saxaphone- especially enjoys dancing, music, and fishing-presently works as grocery clerk-immediate plans, technical school-ambition, to be a draftsman. Tattler Home Room Representative I, Science Fair II, III ,Band I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. MICHAEL PAUL MORLEY Mike-a real ham, radio, that is-a big smile for all-always ready with some hilarious crack-St. Anselm's bound. Radio Club Vice President II, Ju- nior Class Business Manager II, Science Fair, First Place in State II, Second Prize III, Tusitala Editor III, Tattler Advertising Staff III, Hockey III, Graduation Usher I, II, Upper Quarter. DAVID SALVAIL MORSE Butch-sineere-shy-blushes eas- ily-can be found bowling-also en- joys dancing-former employee of Cheddie's Donut Shop--favorite ex- pression, "Too much!"-Air Force bound-ultimate ambition to be a radio technician-always keeps his car on the go. Library Aide I, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. PAUL DONAT MOUSSETTE Moose-likes sports-crazy about parties-plans to live in Alaska- hates it when his last name is mis- spelled-likes bowling-worked as a pin boy after school-also worked in the mail room at the Nashua Tele- graph. Science Fair I, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE 10 ROBERT DANIEL NARKUNAS Nark-"A big bright mess!"-a terrific pianist-liked by everyone-a warm smile-a lover of tennis-will become a big name in the future in music. Graduation Usher I, Senior Play Orchestra I, Social Science Club II, All-State III, Glee Club II. III, Christmas Assembly II, III, Upper Quarter. JEANETTE ANN NEVES Jan-short 'n' sweet-million-dollar smile-favorite expression, "Huh!"- has a passion for athletes-terrific artistic ability that is envied by all- aspires to be an airline stewardess- those lucky passengers! Tattler Artist III, Press Club III, After-School Employment I, Prom Committees I, II, III. CLAUDETTE LOUISE NEVEU Blondie-curly blonde hair-cute smile-makes her own earrings fhas quite an assortment, too!!-where there's a roller skating rink, there's Blondie! -likes horseback riding, swimming, and hunting-after N. H. S., art school. Science Fair I, Press Club III, Af- ter-School Employment II: Art Club II. III, Senior Play Publicity Com- mittee III, Upper Quarter. JOANN ALVINA NIQUETTE Kneecap-a good thing in a small package - everybody's pal - never without a witty response-favorite expression, "What's for chow?"-one of Nashua High's favorite flirts- enormous record collection. After-School Employment II, Girls' Basketball III, Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Staff III, Glee Club II, III. COLLEEN O'BRIEN Colleen-pretty and sweet-can't seem to stop talking-enjoys sports and roller skating-ambition, to work in an office-plans to get married in the future-wears a lovely diamond, good luck, Colleen!-favorite expres- sion "You're kidding!" Girls' Basketball I, After-School Employment I, III. PAGE FORTY-NINE QQ, ru-Q ' Q V Q ...:.,a-'? , Q7 Q, DAVID FRANCIS 0'CLAIR Dave-loves to scare people with that "Boo" of his-a smart guy-a good sport-quite the joker!-skates, hunts, and fishes-college in the near future-ambition, to be a civil engin- eer. Radio Club II, Tattler Business A- gent III, Science Fair III, Upper Quarter. MARCEL CHARLES ORLEANS Chuck-very friendly-especially popular with the girls-often heard saying, "Let's bug!"-blushes easily- loves to go hunting-enjoys English class, Room 118-neat dresser-skat- ting and tobogganing are favorite recreations-immediate plans, Navy- ultimate ambition, electrician. SUZANNE OSGOOD Suzie - "Crunch!" - never stops grinning-diminutive in stature, but gigantic in personality-talks tire- lessly-hopes someday to meet the nearsighted Mr. Magoo in person- college. Glee Club Ig Science Fair II, Girls' State II, Tusitala Editor IIIQ French Honor Society II, III, Tattler Staff II, III, Latin Club I, II, III: Senior Play Property Committee III, Press Club III: Upper Quarter. MARY ALICE OTIS Al-great kid-friendly personality -always has a wise crack-you know it's Alice when you hear "Gee, thanks!"-a nurse's aide and stapler of Hula hoops-enjoys skating-defi- nitely a great basketball player-not publishing her immediate plans. Girls' Basketball I. MARIE CATHERINE OUELLETTE Marie - carefree-frood-natured- knits the most beautiful sweaters-en- joys ice-skating-her voice is a defi- nite asset to the Glee Club-imme- diate plans, college-ultimate ambi- tion, teaching. Latin Club I3 Science Fair Ig Girls' State II, Glee Club I, III: Christmas Assembly II, III, Spanish Club II, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Com- mittee III. PAGE FIFTY E F VIRGINIA MARY OUELLETTE Ginger-what a doll I-well liked- easygoing-lots of friends-can take a joke-a great lover of music and dancing-plans to become a beautician -will succeed for sure! Manager Girls' Basketball Ig Science Fair Ig Knitting Club President II, Future Homemakers Club III, After- School Employment I, II, III. FRANCES PAPADIMITRIOU Fran-4'Good enough!"-sweet and sincere- full of fun-fond of tennis -striking dresser-will be an ador- able secretary or elementary school teacher. Vice President of the Dramatics Club II, Tattler Home Room Repre- sentative IIg Glee Club III, Senior Class Vice Presidentg After-School Employment II, IIIQ Senior Play Tick- et and Ushering Committee III. PHILIP ANTHONY PARENT, JR. Phil-a great guy with a ready laugh-his curly brown hair makes him a lady-killer-favorite expression, "Don't panic!"-immediate plans are for the service-hobbies, hunting and fishing-favorite recreation, roller skating. Radio Club Ig After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. ROXANE PASKALEY Rose-a sweet kid-always pleas- ant and smiling-has a nice word a- bout everyone-cute salesgirl at Wool- worth's-great personality-ambition, to work in an office. Student Council Home Room Repre- sentative Ig Dramatics Club, Secre- tary Ig Class Secretary IIIg Tusitala Paragrapher III: Senior Play Publi- city Committee IIIg All-State Chorus III, Prom Committee I, II, Tattler Business Agent I, II3 After-School Employment I, II, III, Glee Club I, II, III, Christmas Assembly I, II, IIIg Senior Play Publicity Committee IIIQ Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Com- mittee IIIQ Upper Quarter. MABEL MAE PELLETIER Mab-"Yipes!"-has a laugh that can be heard all over town-collector of records-loves to dance-will make a great secretary someday-now working at Jamey Shoe-everybody's friend. Press Club Typist III, Tusitala Typing Staff III, Tattler Business Agent III, After-School Employment III. TUSITALA DIANE PHILBRICK Phil-"Don't get shook!"-handy with a needle-makes many of her own clothes-enjoys all kinds of acti- vities-favorites: dancing, skiing, and skating-wants to be a secretary- college later on-cashier at A Sz P- beautiful clothes. Glee Club I, Tattler Home Room Representative I, After-School Em- ployment II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III. BEVERLY JANE PLACE Bev-tall-attractive - hails from Pelham-was a great maid in the Senior Play-"Too much!"-beautiful smile-likes ice skating-immediate plans, college-wants to be a teacher. Tattler Business Agent III, Senior Play III, Pep Club III, After-School Employment I, II, Christmas Assemb- ly I, III, Glee Club I, II, III, Upper Quarter. PAUL LEO PLANTE Paul-attentive and on the ball- gets a lot of pleasure out of football and baseball-is often heard saying "Too much!"-plans to go to work when through school-has an inclin- ation towards machinery work. After-School Employment III, Science Fair II, III. ROBERT JAMES POLLOCK Bob-quiet, but don't let that fool you-the outdoor type-loves swim- ming and camping- stockboy at Champagne's-"Hey, Daddy!"-ulti- mate ambition is to be a store mana- ger -immediate plans, business school-enjoys models and com col- lecting. After-School Employment I, II, III, Science Fair I, II, III. MARTHA LISA PORUSTA Marty-pretty and delicate-loves dancing and listening to records- -am- bition, to be a stewardess-primary ambition, marriage-very talkative in a group-cashier at Daniel Webster Theater-there's always a laugh when she's around-"Too much!" After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee III. GRADUATION ISSUE e .sL' f'052f in W awe Y, , o C 1 G U v Q7. D on cysts A ,g 27 v RICHARD ALLEN PRIOR Dick-always has a smile for every- one-a future Air Force man-lives for his hobby, hunting-especially in- terested in electronics-enjoys swim- ming in summer, ice skating in win- ter-"Off we go into the wild blue yonder!" Radio Club II, Graduation Usher II, Boys' State II, Science Fair II, III. SHERIDAN CHARLES PROBST Cherie-easy to get along with- likes music-hunting and fishing are his favorite pastimes-plays the piano loves to exaggerate-wants to enter Lowell State Teachers College-later wants to travel through the United States. Glee Club I, Biology Club II, Gra- duation Usher Ilg Science Fair I, II, III, Second Prize III. SANDRA RAPTIS Sandy-"What a panic!"-very neat and Well-dressed-popular with everyone-immediate plans, work- school later on-ambition. to become a hairdresser and live in California -fabulous dancer-where's the party?-works at Doehla Greeting Cards. After-School Employment I, II, III. HOLLY LOUISE RATHJE Holly-sweet and demure-soft- spoken-a personalitv easily injected into any group-enjoys skiing-a flirt in U. S. history-"Oh, me!"-going to college in the fall. Science Fair II: Senior Play III, Press Club III, Tattler Staff III, Glee Club II, III, Christmas Assem- bly II, III, Upper Quarter. RICHARD DONALD RAYMOND Dick-likes hunting and fishing- likes to play football and baseball- loves to go to dances, especially the ones in Hudson-favorite expression, "Too much!"-ultimate ambition, to become a draftsman-next year, he'll be up in the wide, blue yonder. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. PAGE FIFTY-ONE CARL ANDREW RICARD Carl-likes to ride around in his car-our class chauffeur-very gene- rous about giving rides downtown- loves to fly airplanes and will soon have his license-a great skater- loves trigonometry and chemistry. Physics Club IIQ After-School Em- ployment IIIQ Prom Committee II, III: Science Fair II, III, Second Prize III. ROBERT LOUIS RICHARD Bob-"Who's got some food? ? ?!!" -great basketball fan, always seen at N. H. S.'s games-always smiling- great sense of humor-Jeannotte's favorite employee-good selling abil- ity-plans on further education-class blusher. Science Fair IIIQ Class Business Manager III: After-School Employ- ment I, II, III. LUCIEN CHESTER RIOUX Ru-great kid-favorite expression, "Take a break!"-class comedian- loves parties and dances-favorite recreation, basketball-he can really shoot-has many friends-immediate plans, service-ambition, travel everv- where-good luck. Basketball Ig Art Club IIQ After- School Employment I, II, III. ARTHUR MAXWELL ROBILLARD Skip or Robi-"Way out!" or "Too bad!"-enjoys helping others in time of need-plans to enter the Navy- fabulous amateur artist-wants to be a professional artist later on. Science Fair Ig Prom Committee I, II: After-School Employment I, II, III. JOAN AGNES ROSS Jo-"What a panic!"-her sparkling personality brightens the dullest room -an ardent swimming and boating fan-plenty of school spirit-collects records-ultimate ambition, marriage -good luck, Jol Prom Committee II: Tattler Home Room Representative II: Art Club IIIQ Press Club Reporter IIIQ After-School Employment III: Senior Play Publi- city Committee III. ' 0 "0'?m'0 X ' Q7 We ' to .sz-Q. 5 We Q76 51 . o,'J. ,'. JOHN WILLIAM ROWM AN .John-a great guy-loves weight- llfting-is partial to Navy life and would like to become an officer after entering the service in the fall-his hobbies are boating and hunting- favorite expression, "Take a break!" After-School Employment III, Science Fair I, II, III. MARIE ANN ROY Marie-genuine friendliness and warmth-made a real nice place for herself at Nashua High-decided sen- lor year to try matrimony and left us-qualities which made her a popu- lar member of our class should be equally important for a happy mar- miage-our best wishes to you! MARTHA JANE SAFFORD Mart-N. H. S.'s gift from New Jersey this year-full of vim, vigor, and vitality-popular in one week-- proved herself a marvelous actress in the senior Play-musically inclined- Wellesley in the fall. Glee Club IIIQ Christmas Assembly IIIQ Senior Play IIIQ Home Room Representative to Student' Council III, Tattler Home Room Representative III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee IIIQ Science Fair Second Prize III. ROGER RAYMOND ST. GERMAIN Saint-"Chuck-a-Babel" - good looking-always ready with a laugh -likes girls-likes working on cars and has a job in one of our city's garages-his immediate ambition, to take life easy-his ultimate am- bition, to become a pilot. Science Fair I: After-School En:- ployment I, II, III. ILZE SALGALS Ilze-"No kidding?"-has a twinkle in her eye that matches the bright- ness of her personality-winning smile-bowling fan-loves to read- a future teacher flucky studentsll- a sure success in anything. Glee Club IIIQ Press Club Reporter III, Latin Club I, II, Senior Play Pro- perty Committee III. PAGE. FIFTY-Two TUSI1-ALA Q, 4-OV. '0 4 - - 0J:??g 0,ff7 3,25'-' BARBARA FLORENCE SANDERS Barb-"Oh, well!"-quiet-loves to read-wants to travel-a born mathe- matician-college. French Award I: Christmas Assem- bly I, French Honor Society II, Science Fair II, Home Room Repre- sentative to Student Council II, Press Club III, Student Council Secretary III, Tusitala Staff III, Latin Club III, Band I, II, Orchestra I, II, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Upper Quarter. GEORGIA ADRIAN SARDONIS Jo-imagination of a poet-"Mm- ml"-sparkling witticisms-college. Glee Club I, Christmas Assembly I, Junior Red Cross I, Girls' State Sec- retary II, Junior Class Secretary II, Press Club III, Student Council Home Room Representative III, Pep Club III, Tusitala Editor-in-Chief III, Tattler Home Room Representative III, Literary Editor I, II, French Honor Society II, III, Prom Commit- tee I, II, After-School Employment I, II, Latin Club I, II, President III, Cheerleader I, Captain II, Co-Captain III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. DOROTHY LEAH SAVARD Dottie-has a knack for making friends-plans to be a hairdresser- loves sports-blushes at a glance- loves to dance-favorite expression, "Reallyl"-very handy with a needle -ambition, marriage-would like to attend I. B. M. School. Christmas Assembly III, After- School Employment I, II, III, Glee Club I, II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee lll. STEPHEN WILLIAM SCHUSTER Steve-the man behind the tuba- has a good pair of lungs-loves music and school-a good, strong, solid stock boy-wants to go to Igowell Tech-hopes to be a sales engineer. Science Fair II, All-New England' Band III, All-State Band II, III, Band I, II, III, Graduation Orchestra I, III, Senior Play III. PATRICIA ANN SHAREK Patty-good kid-favorite expres- sion, "Ya know!"-enjoys swimming and going to Adamo's for pizza-im- mediate plans, Nashua Business Col- le e. gLatin Club I, Modern Language Club II, Representative to the Model United Nations II, Dramatics Club II, Glee Club III, Christmas Assem- bly III, Science Fair III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Pub- licity and Ushering Committees III., GRADUATION ISSUE vgnn DAVID EDGAR SNOW Snowball-Mr. Scheer's pride and joy-a real nice guy-can be found almost any time in "The Igloo"- lives for his hobby, electronics-runs a radio shop, too-Northeastern Uni- versity in the fall-ambition, electri- cal engineer. Student Council Home Room Rep- resentative I, Science Fair II, III, Second Prize III, Radio Club I, II, Senior Play Property Committee III, Upper Quarter. LEILANI MAE SNYDER Lonnie-favorite expression, "Ridi- culous!"-friendly, nice to be with- loves to ice skate and read-neat dresser-keeps the postman busy- although not a native Nashuan, she is a definite asset to the city. After-School Employment II, III. ROBERT FRANCIS SPENCER Bob-"Who's got the church key?" -loves parties-quiet in English, but a riot elsewhere-loves all sports- favorite recreation, track-great halfback on the football team-am- bition, to be a policeman-plans to enter college or the service after gra- duation. ' Science Fair III, State Champion- ship Broad Jump Award III, Football I, II, III, Track I, II, III. DAVID JOHN STAITI Staiti-neat dresser-good-humor- ed-very intelligent-has an interest in girls as well as in cars-"Too much!"-likes to attend drags-em- ployment is what he seeks after leaving school. Tattler Home Room Represent- ative III, Student Council Home Room Representative III, Science Fair I, II, After-School Employment I, II, III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee. SANDRA KEITH STIFF Sandi- perky and peppy-"Hi, ya!" - terrific cheerleader - loves dancing and water skiing-party- goer-always chewing gum-always on the go-plans to attend college- no definite ambition in mind. Latin Club II, Glee Club III, Christmas Assembly III, Pep Club III, Cheerleader III, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Upper Quar- ter. PAGE FIFTY-THREE Q9 50V Q.. is in 'S Qf4., - 2 ' 'U O '. o . ,oDng.l. 21657 QQ,-72.0. W.,- RICHARD LEE STOCKDALE Jesse-great lover of sports-a runner for Coach Tate's track teams -holds down the left end for the football squad--plans to enter tech- nical school after graduation-a rare phenomenon-a baseball athlete- -good luck, Dick! Science Fair II, III, Football I, II, III, Track I, II, III. VITO ANTHONY STONCIUS Vito-considered quite attractive by the opposite sex-a modern Sir Walter Raleigh-a real heart-breaker -loves to read about sports-a con- scientious and hard-working student -will be a terrific teacher-college. German Club II, Social Science Student Society II, Boys' State II, Upper Quarter. JANICE ANN STURTEVANT Jan-little and cute-hard-working -Nashua High's contact with the Telegraph-loves horseback riding- aspires to xbe a private secretary after finishing school. Library Aide I, Glee Club I, Christmas Assembly I, Girls' State II: Press Club Reporter and Typist III, Tattler Bookkeeper III, After- School Employment II, III, Senior Play Program Committee III, Upper Quarter. JUDITH ANN SUDSBURY Judy or Suds-sweet kid-full of fun and always happy-go-lucky-fa- vorite expression, "You idiot!"- present occupation, bookkeeper-ul- timate ambition, marriage-favorite recreation, dancing and outdoor sports-loves hay rides on nice starry nights with a full moon. Christmas Assembly IIII, Home Room Representative II, Glee Club I, III, After-School Employment II, III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. KEVIN FLETCHER SULLIVAN Sully-"Just about!"-oh, so pop- ular!-loves sports, especially foot- ball-plans on a naval career fAnna- polisj. J. V. Basketball I, Prom Commit- tee II, Boys' State II, Orientation Day Chairman II, Junior Class Pres- ident, Press Club III, Student Coun- cil President III, Hockey III, Home Room Representative I, II, After- School Employment I, III, Football I, II, III, Science Fair I, II, III, Sen- ior Play Property Committee III. PAGE. FIFTY-FOUR RICHARD PAUL SULLIVAN Dick-very friendly-always has a joke to tell-favorite recreation is dancing, proves himself to be the greatest-plans on going to college- ambition, to become a salesman- favorite expression, "Son of a gun!" Modern Language Club II, Track I, II, Science Fair I, II, III. JACQUELINE I. SYLVESTRE Jackie-cute kid-great personality -"You're kidding!"-loves to knit- also fond of skiing-terrific roller skater and dancer-immediate plans, hairdressing school-ambition, to be a good hairdresser-always seen chewing gum. Junior Red Cross I, Science Fair I, Tusitala Paragrapher III, After- School Employment II, III. KAREN RUTH TABOR Tabe - intelligence personified- car-loads of charm. Student Council I, Tattler Home Room Representative I, Girls' State II, Student Social Science Society Secretary II, Tusitala Editor III, Press Club III, French Honor Society III,After-School Employment I, II, Tattler Staff II, Senior Literary Editor III, Science Fair I, III, Second Prize I, First Alternate III, Glee Club I, II, All-State Chorus III, Senior Play Coustume Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Com- mittee III, Upper Quarter, Valedic- torian. RANDALL LEONARD TABOR Tabe-tall, good-looking - great sense of humor-always says, "Take it easy!"-girls fear his elastic- powered spit-balls-an enthusiastic hunter and fisherman-plans to enter the service after graduation-would like to be a champion pool-player. Glee Club I: Christmas Assembly I, Football II, Basketball I, II, After- School Employment II, III. GERALD ALBERT TANGUAY Gerry-a riot-favorite expression, "You are so!"-bombs around the roads in a fire-chief-red Oldsmobile -bombs around at Champagne's with a carriage-favorite pastime, girls -ultimate ambition, electronic tech- nician. Science Fair I, II, After-School Employment I, II, III. TUSITALA ay' , ae . if ' ' 17 0 is L 97 ig: w 6-D 'U 492 ' 'Da' 1 f 'C' v 0 owing'-Zo.. MICHAEL FRANCIS TATE Mike-"Too much!"-great sense of humor-always has a good joke- loves water skiing and baseball- Manchester's loss is Nashua's gain- often seen driving his father's car loaded with passengers-wants to be a science teacher-next stop, Keene Teachers College. Track IIIg Science Fair III. ADRIANN G. THERIAULT Ann-"Good stuff!"-petite and cute-personality plus-smart dress- er with a winning smile-favorite oc- cupation, reading and listening to records-plans to take up hairdress- ing first-marriage later-good luck in hairdressing, Ann-and later, too. Science Fair I: Tattler Represent- ative Ilg Tusitala Paragrapher III, Glee Club II. III: After-School Em- ployment I, II, III. RONALD ROYAL THERRIEN Skinny-crewcut-favorite recrea- tion, dancing-hobby is bowling-fa- vorite expression, "Too much!"-loves football and baseball-also enjoys hunting and fishing-immediate plans are Keene Teachers College- ultimate ambition, to be either a police officer or teacher. Science Fair II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. MICHAEL JOSEPH THOMAS Finny-cute, with blond, wavy hair -loves to eat-interested in cars and blushes in English sports-always class-favorite expression, "You lost your what?"-one of the Brookline gang-immediate plans, service- ambition to be an architect. Camera Club II, Science Fair IIg After-School Employment II, Track III. HARRY WILLIAM TONG Bong-no relation to Susie Wong -master of the French horn, student of the piano-always jokingly insult- ing girls and getting away with it-- college. Chemistry Club Ilg Boys' State IIg All-New England Band III, Senior Play III, Press Club III, All-State Band II, III, After-School Employ- ment II, III, Graduation Orchestra II, III, Band I, II, III, Science Fair I, II. III, Second Prize III. Q00 0 PATRICIA ANN TRAINOVICH Pat-blonde and quiet-very re- served-often heard to say, "Oh, really!"-a serious student, always does her best-has a fabulous record collection-spends her leisure time reading-plans to work in an office next year-will be a terrific secre- tary. After-School Employment I. ROGER HENRY TREMBLAY Rog-shy, but friendly-pleasing personality-enJoys sports, especially hunting and fishing-collect stamps -has many friends-presently em- ployed by a local contracting firm- favorite expression, "Get away!"- immediate plans to join the Navy. After-School Employment III, Science Fair II, III. MAURICE ARMAND TROMBLY Moe-jolly boy - friendly with everyone-loves a good joke-loyal to his friends-has faith in that '52 Chevy fbetter get to that car dealer while, you canj-a good homework dodger-favorite pastime, skiing- plans to be an electrician. Physics Club Ig After-School Em- ployment III. BRENDA ELIZABETH TRUELOVE Bubbling enthusiasm-lovely voice -envied for her wavy, taffy-colored hair. Junior Red Cross Home Room Rep- resentative Ig Science Fair Ig Modern Language Club IIg Social Studies Club II, All-State Chorus III, Press Club III, Tattler Art Editor III, Home Room Representative IIIQ Glee Club I, II, III: Vice-President III, All-State Chorus IIIg Christmas As- sembly I, II, III, Student Council Home Room Representative I, II, IIIg Prom Committee I, II, IIIg After- School Employment I, II, III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. RICHARD JOSEPH TURCOTTE Dick-"Smarten up!"-easygoing -not a care in the world-loves hunting-hard work always makes him nervous-plans to join the Navy after graduation- has no ultimate ambition except to keep hunting- great exaggerator. After-School Employment Ig Li- brary Aide Ig Science Fair I, II, III. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE FH:-ry.F,vE 1 'D' PETER ANTHONY TURLA Skipper-favorite expression, "Oh, nuts!" - tremendous personality - many friends-a big brother to the kids at the playground-hobby, chess -school spirit plus-ultimate ambi- tion, engineer-U.N.H., here I come! Track I, Physics Club II, Science Fair III, Second Prize II, III, Hockey III, Tattlea' Business Agent III, Se- nior Play Property Committee III, Upper Quarter. PAUL WILLIAM ULCICKAS Paul-one of the quiet boys-easy- going - enjoys stamp collecting, fishing, and electronics-favorite eX- pression, "How's it going?"-whiz in math and science-hates rock n' roll -blushes easily-immediate plans include college-ultimate ambition, chemical engineer. Science Fair II, Radio Club II, After-School Employment I, II, Up- per Quarter. DAVID JOSEPH UZDARWIN Dave-sort of quiet, except in English-enjoys life, especially the outdoor kind-often seen heading up north with his gun-would like to get a job when he gets out of school- plans for the future are a little foggy- CARLYNE JANET' VOLKMANN to N. H. S. in her Manchester, where officer-great per- smile to 'match- "Joke! Joke! Joke!"-mints of new friends-Lincoln's bright-eyed sales- girl- loves drawing and dancing- immediate plans, art school-ambi- tion, to be an artist. After-School Employment III. Squeaks-came senior year from she was a class sonality with a PETER LOUIS VOSOTAS Pete or Head-aggressive football player-friendly-loves all sports- great at art-wants to be an artist. Christmas Assembly I, Home Room Representative to Student Council I, Tattler Artist III, Basketball I, Glee Club I, II, Art Club I, II, III: Prom Committee I, II, III: Baseball I, II III, Football I, III, III, Science Fair I, II, III, After-School Employment I, II, III. PAGE Fur-'TY-Six a.??Y,. 0 3 9 Were' QW 15- z,-.,-U4 Vw 'Sa'-1 we . ww Q xvcmo'.J"" NANCY LEE WEBSTER Oopsie - "Too much!',-happy-go lucky - frequently gets writer's cramp!-would love to visit French Morocco!-works as a dental assist- ant-that sparkling diamond indi- cates her ultimate ambition! Press Club III, Press Club Typist III, Tattler Home Room Represent- ative III, Student Council Home Room Representative III, After- School Employment II, III, Senior Play Property Committee III, Senior Play Ticket and Ushering Committee III, Upper Quarter. FRANK MICHAEL WEDICK Weed-quick wit and always ready for a laugh-as a hobby he builds hot rods and is quite good at it-works on construction when school is out of session-plans to join service after graduation-later plans to go into civil engineering-lots of luck! JUDITH ANNE WEST Judy-everybody is "Honey"- pleasing personality and a pretty smile-a real smart kid-neat sewer -skiis a lot-vroes in big for science -is going to do research at U. N. H. French Honor Society II, Student Social Science Society II, Science Fair Second Prize III, Senior Play Cast III, After-School Employment II, III, Glee Club I, II, III, All-State Chorus III, Christmas Assembly I, II, III, Latin Club I, II, III, Upper Quarter. CARMEN LOUISE WILLET Kam-favorite expression, "Well, never mind"-never seen without a smile-a great dancer-loves being noisy-always set for a party- plans to attend college next year- future plans, to be married. German Club II, After-School Em- ployment I, II, III, Senior Play Tic- ket and Ushering Committee III. JANE SUSAN WROBLESKI Janie-sweet, smart, and suave- sly smile-style - sings - sunny sophistication - says, "You know what?!!!?" Home Room Representative to Student Council I, Tattler Home Room Representative II, Social Studies Club President II, Press Club III, Tusitala Staff III, Latin Club I, II, French Honor Society II, President III, Glee Club I, II, Sec- retary III, All-State Chorus III, Christmas Assembly I, II, III, Senior Play Costume Committee III, Upper Quarter. TUSITALA Q9 501 l . gy 0 '-?q72:':Q'eG'f' gv250' 'J' 'o HOWARD JULIUS YEZERSKI Yez-full of fun and really a riot! -hidden talent-likes sports and music-plays a cool c1arinet-inno- cent knack for finding trouble-likes to write themes-wants to go to U. N. H. and come out a civil engineer. Boys' State IIQ Senior Play Or- chestra IIIQ Graduation Orchestra IIIg Science Fair I, IIg Graduation Usher I, IIg Band I, II, III. JAMES EDWARD ZEDALIS Zeke-"Let's go to Adamo's!"- tall, blond, and reserved-a fabulous sport-wild about autos-extremely popular with the girls-worked as a meter inspector for the gas company -loves boats and fishing. Science Fair Ig Baseball Ig Basket- ball I, IIQ After-School Employment I, II, III. 3-- Bl ' o.Q x 15 6 ' 5 D2 .-.' I e o 4 0 'Q I, 0 " -Q40 o T I5 CLASS CHOICES FAVORITE SONG Smoke Gets In Your Eyes FAVORITE SPORT Football FAVORITE GUM Beech-Nut Spearmint FAVORITE MOVIE Farewell to Arms FAVORITE HANGOUT Priscilla's FAVORITE SANDWICH B. L. T. FAVORITE ACTOR FAVORITE ACTRESS FAVORITE MALE VOCALIST FAVORITE FEMALE VOCALIST FAVORITE T.V. PROGRAM FAVORITE CAR Rock Hudson Brigitte Bardot Johnny Mathis Connie Francis American Bandstand Ford FAVORITE TOOTHPASTE Colgate FAVORITE BOOK Peyton Place FAVORITE SUBJECT Chemistry GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE FIFTY-SEVEN 1 ,I lffffuli 1,55 W Q li- ' fgffeixin Qc Q ,QQJQH glial!! Ldpyc' EQ!.DUHNEMqNMDND... THE CRUQUET GAME After many puzzling and trying experiences on her journey through Wonder- land, Alice found amusement and relaxation in the Croquet Game of the Queen of Hearts. In the same Way, the students of Nashua High School have often turned to the variety of clubs offered for relaxation and recreation after a hard day's struggle with the books. J PAGE FIFTY-EIGHT TUSITALA Mr. Norris Carole Carter Ernie Leclerc Harry Tong Stephen Schuster PRESS CLUB This year, as in the past, the Press Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Anne McWeeney, kept local residents well-informed on the acti- vities in Nashua High School. Each week a pair of reporters wrote up the school news for publication in the local newspaper. The Press Club writers this year were Debra Good- man, Karen Tabor, Georgia Sardonis, Jane Wrobleski, Katherine MacDon- ald, Suzanne Osgood, Holly Rathje, Beverly Place, Ronald Kizala, Janice Sturtevant, Joyce Farland, Roberta Beaupre, Carol Greenlaw, Carolyn Cook, Barbara Sanders, Bonnie Mac- Kay, Alice Hurley, Claudette Neveu, Judy Dobens, Claire Bourdon, Joyce Jederian, Judy Jasalavich, Judy Gri- gas, Nancy Webster, Martha Gat- comb, Susan Huk, Sally Kudzma, Barbara Bluestein, Ilze Salgals, Brenda Truelove, Nancy Mahan, Helene Kazlauskas, Richard Harring- ton, Malcolm Beaverstock, Joan Ross, Jeanette Neves, Kevin Sullivan, Richard McCann, Joanne Markave- rich, Pauline Denault, Jack Law, Harry Tong, Martha McNiff, Kath- leen Cables, Lynn Caron, Betty Bay- butt, and Ronald Hall. The typists we1'e Joanne Markeverich, Jacqueline Sylvester, Carol Lockwood, Maureen Ivanow, Nancy Webster, Claire Bour- don, Patricia Belaik, Mary Axton. Pauline Denault, JoAnn Niquette, Carole Mansfield, Carol Greenlaw, Shirley Anctil, Mabel Pelletier, Eli- zabeth Darling, and Janice Sturte- ? Jv' THE BAND The Nashua High School Band, conducted by Mr. Stephen Norris, has been, for many years, the object of well-deserved school and civic pride. Carrying out the dual role of march- ing band and concert band, the group has been highly successful in its per- formances. We seniors may remem- ber that in our sophomore year the Nashua High Band participated in its first exchange concert, This first exchange was made with Winslow, Maine, High School, an excellent musical group. Nashua's second ex- change took place with an equally talented Maynard, Massachusetts, band. This year another trip, to Kennebunk, Maine, is in the offing. We hope that this means of meeting with other musical organ- izations will be a continued practice in the successful Nashua High School musical program. Stephen Schuster D 'U i9 ...Z ,J . V .ew Miss McWeeney Helene Kaslaukas Helene Kazlauskas Barbara Bluestein Janice Sturtevant Vklllt. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE FIFTY-NINE THE TATTLER As seniors, we look back on three successful years of Tattler activity When we were sophomores and juniors, our participation was limited but this year our class was well represented on the Tattler staff. Debra Goodman, editor-in-chief, was ably assisted by our associate editor, Bonnie MacKay. Senior lite- rary editors were Karen Tabor and Kathleen Cables. The following department editors were seniors: Su- zanne Osgood, Ronald Kizala, Mal- colm Beaverstock, Holly Rathje, Martha McNiff, Elizabeth Baybutt, Carolyn Cook, Lynn Caron, Fred Klein, and Richard Harrington. The talented art editors, whose work added so much to our magazine, were Brenda Truelove, Jacqueline Haynes, and Jeanette Neves assisted by Martha NcNiff. The hard work of the business staff contributed to the success of the Tattler. This Year the members of the business staff were Gerald Boggis, Beverly Place, Rose Paskaley, Claire Bougrdon, Joanne Markaverich, and Janice Stuitevant. We are grateful for the help of interested faculty members, and we appreciate the time and encourage- ment given by Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Crow- ley, Mrs. Peyton, Miss Shea, Mr. Smith, Miss Noyes, and Mr. Bernard. The Tattler has won the recog- nition of the Columlbia Scholastic Press Association and we are all glad to have helped in the work of our school magazine. The experience we have gained as members of the Tattler staff will be useful through- out all the years to come. Holly Rathje JoAnne Tally David Swakla PAGE SIXTY lst row: left to right: S. Osgood, C. Cook, J. Neves, J. Markaverich, R. Kizala, 2nd row: L. Caron, M. Caron, E. Baybutt, K. Cables, K. Tabor, D. Goodmand F. Klein. 3rd row: J. Haynes, B. Truelove, B. MacKay, H. Rathje, B. Place, M. McNiff, M. Beaverstock. 4 LATIN CLUB The Latin Club is a large club made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors who take Latin. Miss Barnes and Miss Rideout sponsor the club, which generally meets four times a year. All new members are asked to learn to sing 'tGaudeamus Igiturf, Skits in Latin, colored slides of Italy, a trip to the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and to the home of Mrs. Jack Gardner, and kan annual picnic at Bear Brook are among the activities enjoyed by the members. These a1'e the officers of the club: President - Georgia Sardonis Vice- President - Jane Pawlukiewicz Secretary - JoAnne Tally Treasurer - Richard Swakla All the members of the club are members of the Junior Classical Jane Pawlukiewicz League of America. Georgia Sardonis Debra Goodman TUSITALA Front row: Edwin Davis, Martha McNiff, Kevin Sullivan, Barbara Sanders Back row: Sandra Shislo, Edward Morin, Jack Law, Raymond Dionne THE GLEE CLUB The Glee Club under the direct- ion of Mr. Stephen Norris, who became music director at high school the same year we became sophomores, works hard during the year preparing music for Veterans' Day, Christmas, and Memorial Day assemblies besides the annual Spring Concert and occasional pro- grams outside of school. With the help of an excellent accompanist, Bob Narkunas, the 62 members who meet twice a week enjoy the fellowship and the oppor- tunity to express themselves through music. This year's officers are presi- dent, Nicholas Katsikas, vice-pres- ident, Brenda Truelove, secretary, Jane VVrobleski, treasurer, Ronald Hall. Senior membe1's a1'e Evelyn Ba- riteau, Kathie Cables, Marcia Cun- ningham, Barbara Degulis, Trudy Douglas, Joyce Farland Jackie Hay- nes, Joyce Jederian, Norma Jepson, Flora Katsiaficas, Helene Kazlaus- kas, Anna Knudsen, Sally Kudzma, Kathie MacDonald, Nancy Mahan, Victor Marquis, Ma1'ie Ouellette, Frances Papadiniitriou, Rose Paska- ley, Beverly Place, Holly Rathje, Martha Safford, Dorothy Savard, Pat Sharek, Judy Sudsbury, Sandra Stiff, Karen Tabor. Brenda True- love, Peter Turla, Judy West, Jane Wrobleski, Ronald Foster, Ronald Hall, Nick Katsikas, Ronald Maka- rawicz, Nick Mandravelis, and Chris Metakos. + STUDENT CCUNCIL The Student Council of Nashua High is composed of four seniors, three juniors, and two sophomores. The officers elected for the school year 1958-1959 are president, Kevin Sullivan, vice-president, Martha McNiff, secretary, Barbara Sanders, treasurer, Edwin Davis. The present seniors who were members of the Student Council as sophomores are Karen Tabor and Jack Law, as juniors, Jack Law, Kathleen Cables, and Debra Good- man, as senioins, Kevin Sullivan, Martha McNiff, Barbara Sanders, and Jack Law. Throughout our three years in Nashua High School, the Student Council has put on many fund rais- ing projects - selling refreshments at basketball games and pep rallies, holding pep rallies, holding dances, holding food sales, and selling book covers - to provide two one-hun- dred-dollar scholarships for two seniors. The Student Council is directed by Miss Mabel Noyes and has been active in scheduling social events for the school. Nick Katsikas Ronald Hall Jane Wrobleski Brenda Truelove Mr. Norris GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SIXTY-ONE Miss Milan, Suzanne Osgood, Beth Hendrickson, Jane Wrobleski, Roberta Beaupre, Georgia Sardonis, Judy West, Bonnie MacKay, Joyce Farland, Carol Hill, Miss Cote. 4 ' " J ? ., ,J LIBRARY AIDES The library aides are a group of students who have volunteered to assist Miss Stevens, our librarian. During the week each student gives up one or two study periods to do odd jobs such as stamping in-com- ing and out-going books, carding, and mending bindings. The library aides may order a gold library pin, shaped like an open book, with a lamp symbolizing knowledge imposed upon its pages. The word "Library" is written on a background of purple below the open book. A chain connects the pin to a guard on which are written the studentis class numerals. Senior library aides this year are Louise Flanders, David Gidge, and Vernon Macomber. Jane Wrobleski Vernon Macomber SOCIETE HONORAIRE DE FRANCAIS 'tTo be eligible for membership, candidates must have maintained an average of 90 per cent in French, with the exception that one semes- ter grade may have been 85 to 89 per cent, provided that this lower grade was received no later than one year prior to election. Candi- dates must also have maintained an average of 80 per cent in other sub- jects, with no subject lower than 75 per cent, and not more than one subject below 80 per cent at the end of any semester." The club was started four years ago by Miss Cote and Miss Milan. Its purpose is "to stimulate interest in the study of French, to promote higher standards of scholarship, to reward high scholastic attain- ments, to create enthusiasm for an understanding of French culture and civilization, to promote and perpet- uate Franco-American friendship and to reward efforts toward furthering Franco-American solidarity." Officers this year are presi- dent, Jane Wrobleskig vice-presi- dent, Beth Hendrickson: secretary- treasurer, Joyce Farland. The following are senior mem- bers: Carol Hill, Joyce Farland, Jane Wrobleski, Jo Sardonis, Rober- ta Beaupre, Suzanne Osgood, Beth Hendrickson, Judy West, Bonnie MacKay Flora Katsiaficas, Debra Goodman, and Karen Tabor. David Gidge Louise Flanders Peggy Aponovich Larna Shattuck PAGE SIXTY,-TWO TUSITALA W fi it J, - Q.-.F- 'cmx yr 'ei Q W Q Lkvf fiias fa A ici iiiiof' X-If Zwe N C55 , by km, f S9 , ' 0 :Hg g17eDUQASUf9lYJmOmm, THE CAUCUS RACE The great sports event in Alice in Wonderland Was the Caucus Race. During our stay in high school, We have been fortunate enough to Watch or participate in the many sporting events that Nashua High School has to offer. There were no losers in the Caucus Raceg all who participated were Winners. Although in real life everyone can't win, the spirit in Which the game is played, not the Winner, is the important thing, as Alice learned in Wonderland. RADUATION lSSUE PAGE SIXTY-THREE ll "ALL-AMERICAN AL" BUZZ HARVEY For the Class of '59 there has never been any football coach to rival Buzz Harvey. To us "Buzz" is more than just a coachg he symbolizes the whole field of athletics at Nashua High. To the fans in the- stands Buzz may look like any other football coach doing his job, but his players all know that with him it is more thafn just a job. He earns their respect and loyalty by the tireless, unselfish effort he puts into the task of help- ing every individual player. A "Harvey" man graduates from the finest possible school of athletics. AL BRIGGS There is only one word that comes close- to describing Al Briggs, and that is "great". Our memories of high school sports - football, basketball, baseball and track - will al- ways recall the picture of Al Briggs, relaxed and perfectly co-ordinated, excelling in all sports. He is a natural athlete! His election to the "All-Ameri- can Football Eleven" was an honor never before bestowed upon a Nashua High player, or any other football player in the state. He is always mod- est and friendly in spite of fame and acclaim. Because to know Al is to like him, he is without a doubt one of the most popular boys in Nashua High. There can be no better title for Al Briggs than "All- American Al." TONY MARANDOS Many of us seldom get to see Tony Marandos during the football season. Yet he is there, quietly working with that all-important part of the team - the line. During the basketball season, however, Tony really comes into his owng he always manages to put together a great basket- ball team. This year Tony, with a team that he has been developing for two years brought home to Nashua High her fifth state champ- ionship. Tony puts many hours and a great deal of ef- fort into his basketball coach ing and has maintained 1 high reputation for the Na- shua High basketball teams. PAGE SIXTY-FOUR TUSLA I 1 9? 'T' gl xl E ,f 'ff A ff gf 3 -f Xxx 6 1 Y if If of x 42 x 'wg Wd' 1 ' 1- f 'M b 1 JN 1 Q Q! ns, v ,,+ Iyxi 4 M '4- 5' omsqs -I I '4474 - ug lrkaeaif' fkvf' 4".' 1 O , A J, g -1 Q ' ffff if 4' NENIINKPSIIEE ALL-URNEY TEAM 'sn YIWFKIAHCLRSR N-LTDURNEYTEN1 NEW SIAMFSIMRF U-IBS I. NEW UIHNIIZF CUISSL NJ. TOWUQY 12380 '91 CRYTIIN ALL-TOURNEY TERM X f?Fif41 WLE 875957 'T , N3 Qi K 3 'L' L if-Q. WONT ROW: A Y RO 'H'-,P 4,6 Q9 fag uf' mms nw- 1 J 1A 1 e zfagz-:mn 41.15, 15::'e,x..u K1,mz'r1'g.m,, an ,z 12: 'mfx.,:.za+:Tm., ma is rfmub, Y :wrma :.Q:.':5g rfxmxzrm, A -.,f'I'I?CAS, .wuz L-Lezxmn, sf. Did? a,a5m:.11s STATE CI lik?-4 DS "'il-ui' r 1 X ' mama Au- STITE 57 ML- STAT? 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SPRING SPORTS Knealing, left to right: Charlie Newman, John Taylor, Robert Briggs, John New- man, Bill Shea, Paul Landry, and Dick Stockdale. Standing, left to right: Coach Fran Tate, Jack Newman, Ed Moran, Everett Cross- cup, Art Lozeau, Leo Dube, Paul Girouard, Bob Spencer, Manager Doug Tipping. Seated left to right: Bill Hill, Ken Kane, Ed Lamb, Henry Lochhead, Roger Latulippe, Don Grandmaison, Leo Dube, Roland Lebel, and Pete Merrill. Standing, left to right: Manager Bob Barnes, Dave Bellevance, Sonny Marandos, Jerry Fuller, Al Briggs, Dave Coleman, Bruce Gilbert, Ed Dobens, Dick Holbrook, Pete Vosotas, Ted Goldthwaite, Statistician Mal Beaverstock, Coach Buzz Harvey. N PAGE SIXTY-EIGHT TUSITALA THE TEA PARTY Unforgettable in Alice's recollections of Wonderland's society was the Mad Tea Party, attended by the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, and the Dormouse. As the Mad Hatter hurried for fear there would be no room at the Tea Party, so did we hurry to our exciting, crowded prom and our successful play. Unforgettable in our memories of Nashua Hig'l1's Wonderland are two social hig'hlig'hts - the junior prom, "Apple Blossom Time," and the senior play, "Sabrina Fair." GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SIXTY-NINE M I'llflUl MII' DIRECTED BY MRS. CHARLES H. BABBIT Front row, left to right: Katherine MacDonald, Roberta Beaupre, Ernest Leclerc, Mar- got Caron, Martha Safford, Judy West. Back row: Jack Law, Steven Schuster, Holly Rathje, Kenneth Latour, Beverly Place, Malcolm Beaverstock, Harry Tong, Fred Klein. PROLOGUE .. ,...... ....,. , . MAUDE LARRABEE ....,.,....., ,.,, JULIA WARD MCKINLOCK LINUS LARRABEE JR. LINUS LARRABEE MARGARET .... .. DAVID LARRABEE .. .. GRETCHEN ,...,, ,... .. .,.,..,....,... Ernest Leclerc THE PLAYERS SABRINA EAIRCHILD Judy West FAIRCHILD ........... ........ A YOUNG WOMAN l...,. .,,. Martha Safford Katherine MacDonald Malcolm Beaverstock ANOTHER YOUNG WOMAN , . ..,. Beverly Place Jack Law PAUL d'ARGENSON Roberta Beaupre -iia ,- .' f, ' . if X' v Y . 'TW .4:r.wSzF" HW x,"" .' A YOUNG MAN .........,... .....,.. ,.....,. ANOTHER YOUNG MAN ,,.,. Margot Caron Kenneth Latour . ,. Holly Rathje Stephen Schuster , Judy West . Fred Klein Harry Tong PAGE SEVENTY TUSITALA SENIGR PLAY REHEARSALS "lt takes all the running you can do, to keep in the same place. If you want to get somewhere else, you must run at least twice as fast." fb 149 I f -.11 J .kv .fi Left to right: Jack Law, Katherine MacDonald, Martha Safford, Margot Caron . .L 1 . I 5 , . 'H A 4 4 1. I I A' 4,3 l 'sl ' ' ig' " .- I 'i ' Left to right: Ernest Le- J clerc, Beverly Place, Mal- colm Beaverstock, Roberta Beaupre, Kenneth Latour, Harry Tong, Mrs. Babbit. ,cf Left to right: Fred Klein, Holly Rathje, Siephen Schuster, Judith West, Miss Trudel. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SEVENTY-ONE PUBLICITY Mrs. Weinbeck, Debra Goodman, Rose Paskaley, Joan Ross, Mrs. Scott, Martha McNiff, Barbara Bluestein, Patricia Sharek. COSTUMES Helen Kazlauskas, Miss Noyes, Mrs. Letendre, Jane Wrobleski. TICKET Mr. Scheer, Mr. Pauquette, Nancy Webster, Janath Jaglowski. SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEES Aw 4' 0 .' A Q74 -.iS Q5 O Q-, -' be 03 F. . " v Q9 a Qi ' PROPERTIES . : 5 , Hwy? PROGRAM I - fab ' - I 30' 87" wel O Mr. Bissonette, Louise Flanders, Mr. Mary Axion, Patricia, Belair, Miss Bernard, George Dedcrian, Carol Hill, Ryan, Miss Doe, Judith Jaglowski Kevin Sullivan. Maureen Ivanow, Carol Mansfield. PAGE SEVENTY-Two TUSITALA mzior fom f,: 'x f , X Iiiiw 3 . : .gr 1 . 1' Q ' 5593 pr-Wg' A ggi fb 4. bf-4 kj QZE3 1- Zz IV' 'n "I'll be with you in Apple Blossom time . . " .gi ,. x Ilia .im MP1, -, 1 'lv ., .3 -- . q,. . f . . S .'.u.'- s Jtigf 2 v Oy, Ox GRADUATION ISSUE P GE S EN-r THR E BEST LOOKING . . . BEST PERSONALITY MOST VALUABLE TO N.H.S .... MOST BRILLIANT . . . CLASS WIT . . . MOST VERSATILE . . BEST DRESSED . . . BEST ATHLETE . . . MOST FRIENDLY . . . MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED . . . MOST POPULAR . . . CLASS FLIRT . . . MOST TALKATIVE . BEST DANCER . . . MOST PESSIMISTIC . MOST OPTIMISTIC . . BEST ASSIGNMENT DODGER . . . 1-TEARTBREAKER - SWEETHEART . . . CLASS SCIENTIST . CLASS EXAGGERATOR . . . CLASS BALLOT Boys Bob Richards Kevin Sullivan Kevin Sullivan Bob 'Richards Malcolm Beaverstock Dick Holbrook Malcolm Beaverstock Ronald Kizala Dick Kierstead Duane Hammond Al Briggs Malcolm Beaverstock Kevin Sullivan Dick Stockdale Al Briggs Dick Holbrook Kevin Sullivan Bob Richards Malcolm Beaverstock Ronald Kizala Kevin Sullivan Di'ck Holbrook Bruce Blekitas Chris Metakos Dick Kierstead -Pete Vosotas Dick Sullivan Ronnie Hall Vito Stoncius Bill Hodge Michael Morley Kevin Sullivan Pete Vosotas Kevin Sullivan Vito Stoncius Bruce Blekitas Malcolm Beaverstock David Snow Bill Hill Pete Vosotas Girls Kathy Cables Brenda Truelove Georgia Sardonis Martha McNiff Rose Paskaley Martha McNiff Karen Tabor Karen Tabor Martha Safford Marsha Cunningham Jo Anne Markaverich Martha McNiff Jo Anne Markaverich Connie Coronis Frances Papadimitriou Joanne Markaverich Betty Darling Martha McNiff Georgia Sardonis Karen Tabor Martha Safford Martha McNiff Georgia Sardonis Roberta Beaupre Connie Coronis Lynn Caron Pat Sharek Roberta Beaupre Georgia Sardonis Kathy Cables Kathy Gatcomb Flora Katsificas Martha McNiff Bonnie MacKay Lynn Caron Martha McNiff Jackie Haynes Kathy Cables Karen Tabor Margot Caron Roberta Beaupre Alice Hurley PAGE SEVENTY-FOUR TUSITAI-A fl! fx' ., . - .J , - - 'Y xfz. ilk, -1' . . Q ,- is it-My t -A f - wi,-f ' 1 -quits -4-2 lv' -1 N-Lfgfig ,127 is - 5 t f 4 , f' ff! FRQM FANTASY T0 REALITY At the close of her unique adventures, Alice slowly began to grow, when sud-W denly, she awoke from fantasy to reality. Unlike Alice, however, we have grown continually in wisdom and understanding during our high school years. With our graduation, we must put away our childish dreams and awaken to the opportuni- ties awaiting us. GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SEVENTY-FIVE UPPER QUARTER CLASS OF 1959 KAREN RUTH TABOR, Valedictorian Janice Ann Sturtevant Barbara Florence Sanders Debra Joy Goodman Ronald Wade Kizala Jane Susan Wrobleski Helene Mary Kazlauskas Suzanne Osgood Lillian Beth Hendrickson Vito Anthony Stoncius Joanne Markaverich Katherine Jean MacDonald Georgia Adrian Sardonis James Richard Davis N. Joyce- Farland Maureen Patricia Ivanow Bonnie Lou MacKay Malcolm Charles Beaverstock Judith Anne West Roberta Anne Beaupre Claire Adele- Bourdon Beverly Jane Place Peter Anthony Turla Nancy Katherine Mahan Claudette Louise Neve-u Margot Anne Caron Jean Arthur Dubuc Kathleen Margaret Cables Carole Elizabeth Mansfield Elizabeth Ann Darling Holly Louise Rathje Richard Camp Keirstead Flora Lillian Katsiaficas Nancy Lee Webster PAGE SEVENTY-Slx Paul William Ulcickas David Edgar Snow Sandra Keith Stiff Elizabeth Mary Baybutt Carol Ann Hill Carolyn Stewart Cook Susan Jane Huk Vernon Edward Macomber Louise Ann Flanders Judith Ann Sudsbury Mary Joyce Axton Nicholas James Katsikas David Francis O'Clair Michael Paul Morley Brenda Elizabeth Truelove Barbara Maxine Bluestein Alice Brigette Hurley Jan J uknievich Roger William Gagne Judith Ellen Grigas Evelyn Mary Bariteau Sara Lee Kudzma Jacqueline Haynes John Joseph Kupchun Robert Arthur Clemons Roxane Paskaley Pauline Ann Denault Martha Frances Gatcomb Robert Daniel Narkunas Ruth Priscilla Huntley Victor Omer Marquis Shirley Elizabeth Anctil Kathryn Joan Dorr GREATNESS IN SIMPLTICITY We graduates of 1959 may sometime soon achieve greatness in our livesg we may more likely, however, be confronted with judging what in this world is great and with evaluating what qualities comprise greatness. True greatness is achievement - using one's talents and spirit to make a great work or a great life, while keeping one's values and integrity. True greatness in life is often found in simplicity. The touch of a genius is greatest when the simplicity of his mes- sage renders it universally understandable. As we consider greatness, perhaps one of our first thoughts is of the master touch in the wonders of Nature. The majesty of an evening sunset, the soft hues of the rainbow after a storm, the first blushing rosebud in the garden fill us with awe. These very wonders are often complexities in themselves, yet viewed in the simplicity of their design, they are still great. So, too, does the simplicity of our best known trio of monosyllables hide their comprehen- siveness. The simple words faith, hope and love stand for the greatest ideas of all time. The supreme example of greatness in simplicity is the Holy Bible which gives us vivid, moving literature with an inspirational, far-reaching message, comprehensible to both peasant and scholar. Of course, greatness must be relative. When we measure the world on 3 vast yardstick, our private corner must become no more than a quarter inch. Yet we can achieve greatness in our small environment by keeping ourselves above the selfish egoism that so often ob- structs our view. We graduates of 1959, having the potentiality to accomplish a great work or to live a great life, must realize that in the recipe for greatness, one of the chief ingredients is sim- plicity. Karen Tabor USPES UNA HOMINEM NEC MORTE RELINQUITN In times of stress never lose your courage. , Hold on to hope - for "hope leaves man only with his breath." Dionysus Cato attempted with these words to pinpoint a force that is as com- mon as dirt but as elusive and ethereal as the morning mist. The hope which he believes is so essential cannot be captured in a painting, a car- ving, or a verse. Rather, it makes itself known in the sweat, blood, and tears of man as he struggles with great problems, trying to make the world a better place in which to live. The Communism of today, the Naziism of a decade ago, the imperialism of a hundred years ago, the barbarism of a thousand years ago are but different aspects of the same problem made more horrible by the improvement of weapons. The hunger, the poverty, the disease, and the ignorance are ever the same. Yet, hope has driven man on to struggle against them, to suppress them, and to improve himself in spite of them. No, hope is not a noble, pious, pink-and-white emotion, it is an energy, potential and kinetic, that goes unrecognized even as it works the hardest. Hope also achieves great things in another world - the world of the individual. It would be foolish to say that hope, by itself alone, makes the individual better than he is - cures the sick, fills the hungry, enriches the poor, or educates the ignorant. Yet, without this hope a man can profit nothing by his knowledge and skill, or, actually, never attain knowledge or skill. With it, the individual continues to live, regardless of his station in life - "for hope- leaves man only with his breath." James Davis GRADUATION ISSUE PAGE SEVENTY-SEVEN WANDERINGS THRCUGH WONDERLAND CLASS HISTCRY Sophomore Year September 1956 - ". . . I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then." A special series of tests and interviews with the counselors helped us, as incoming soph- omores, to become acquainted with our school. Physical examinations during Health Week pronounced us all fit to begin our studies at Nashua High. The first pep rally marked the beginning of the football season. October 1956 A color guard was chosen for the band. In connection with Hi-U day, we sophomores went to visit the U. N. H. The appearance of our school was greatly improved by the addition of new venetian blinds in all the rooms. November 1956 There was a Parent's Night during Educa- tion Week to help the parents know more about their children's progress. A Thanksgiving Hop was held for the stud- ents. December 1956 There was a semi-formal Christmas Hop in accordance with the Christmas Season. March 1957 Edward Orleans was awarded first prize at the Science Fair. The band and glee club presented a spring concert. There was a riotous basketball game between the boys and the girls. PAGE SEVENTY-EIGHT A French Honor Society, the first of its kind in our school, was organized. April 1957 We had a Spring Hop in the gym. On Career Day, we heard talks on our chosen professions. May 1957 The band had an exchange concert with Win- slow, Maine. Junior Year September 1957 - ". . . the gloss was begin- ning to melt away, just like a silvery mist." Our school had a record enrollment at the beginning of this year. Mr. Keefev addressed the incoming sopho- mores at the first assembly. We had our first football game of the season. October 1957 Under pretense of a fire drill, all students were herded out of the school because of an anonymous phone call saying that there was a bomb in the school. Both our yearbook and our school magazine were awarded first prize in competition. The school held a Voice of Democracy con- test. December 1957 The Nashua High Band was chosen to be in a national book, The First Chair of America. The glee club presented a Christmas Assem- bly. Our football team won the state champion- ship. TUSITALA February 1958 We chose the class rings that we would we-ar as seniors. March 1958 Michael Morley won first prize in physics at the Science Fair. Nick Mandravelis was chosen captain of the basketball team. The band had an exchange concert with Maynard, Massachusetts. The whole school was saddened by Miss Cor- nell's death. May 1958 The results of the class election were an- nounced. June 1958 Malcolm Beaverstock won the Harvard Prize. Senior Year September 1958 - ". . . she sat on, with closed eyes, and half believed herself in Wonder- land, though she knew she had but to open them again, and all would change to . . . reality." Mr. Patrick Morley was named our new prin- cipal after Mr. Keefe was named Superin- tendent of Schools. Mr. Curran took Mr. Morley's place as vice- October 1958 The Pep Club had its first meeting. November 1958 The staff was chosen for the Tusitala. December 1959 "Sabrina Fair" was chosen to be our senior play. January 1959 Al Briggs was chosen to be on the first string of the All-American Team. Kevin Sullivan and Carl Ricard received con- gressional nomination to Annapolis The cheerleaders sponsored a regional cheer- leading tournament. Shirley Anctil received the Betty Crocker Homemaker Award. February 1959 All committees were chosen for the senior play. The friends and teammates of Al Briggs gave him a testimonial dinner. Debra Goodman received the National Coun- cil of Teachers award in English. March 1959 Nashua High Basketball Team won the N. H. State Championship. Nick Mandrave-lis was chosen for the High School All-New England Basketball Team. principal. There was a great controversy over night June 1959 football games in Nashua. Graduation! 0 " lm V .. 4,1 Ei im f 61,9 'l -I 'V - . J ' 4 GRADUAUONISSUE PAGE SEVENTY-NINE f" V, , IJ 'V ffl' M I X ff jf. 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