New London High School - Exodus Yearbook (New London, NH)
- Class of 1953
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1953 volume:
UHF! THREE EEFIEUNE
LLHTH N L H E
To the memory of Neal A. Wells, adviser
to the Class of 1953 our freshman year,
whose interest and understanding helped us
on our way, we dedicate this yearbook.
The Exodus I953
THE SENIOR CLASS OF NEW LONDON HIGH SCHOOL
NEW LONDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
NUMBER 6 JUNE, 1953
Editor-in-Chief Verne Barrett
Assistant Bruce Spaulding
Business Manager Jeraldine Davis
Assistants Janet Hodges, Glenn Walter
Co-Production Mgrs. Janet Hodges, Eleanor Heath
Janet Hodges, Glenn Walter
Barbara Bickford, Bruce Spaulding
Photography Editor Glenn Powell
New s Editor
Elizabeth Willard, Barbara Bickford
Eleanor Heath, Annie Rayno,
Miss Eleanor C. Parker
The Senior Class proudly puts forth the sixth edition
of "The Exodus." We hope you will enjoy its contents
and approve of the changes we have made.
As the years separate us from our high school days,
we hope this year's yearbook will serve as a reminder of
our good times here at New London High School.
At this time we take the opportunity to wish the
underclassmen the best of luck in the future and to ex-
tend our thanks to a faculty who have given us much help
through our high school years.
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To the Members of the Graduating Class of 1953:
Congratulations to each of you on the satisfactory com-
pletion of your high school course.
The next chapter in your lives will be largely of your own
making. You complete your high school work at an interesting
time. Opportunities will likely present themselves in about the
ratio that you are prepared to take advantage of them. There
has never been an easy time for young people. Pursue your
formal education -- if possible -- for our modern age seems
to offer many opportunities to those with technological know-
how. But most important -- find a line of work and a way of
life that interests you -- then give the best that's in you toward
As alumni you join with all other graduates in demonstrat-
ing the real value of New London High School. I am confident
that your accomplishments will justify our faith in you and
serve to strengthen the good name of your school.
Sincerely yours ,
Supt. of Schools
To the members of the Class of 1953:
When you became members of New London High School as
freshmen, it looked like an endless climb to the top of the hill
or the time when you would approach the auditorium knowing
you would be receiving your diploma and serving your affilia-
tion with the school as an active member. Now that the day
is approaching with unlimited speed you are, no doubt, thinking
back on your years in high school and asking yourselves many
Why not pause a moment and review your lives up to this
time. You will find many accomplishments to be remembered
with pride, but you also will find some failures. Perhaps you
hope to forget the failures, but if you think carefully, I am sure
you will realize that the failures have been important to you
also. Your character has been strengthened by both the accom-
plishments and failures if you have used them as stepping-
stones to the achievement of higher goals. By learning to think
clearly you will be well on your way to a successful life.
It is my hope that each of you will always have a small cor-
ner in your heart for New London High School. You are a part
of the school and the school is a part of you.
School Board: Vinita L. Gay,Cathe-
rine T. Squires,Dura
Superintendent: Gordon B. Flint
Principal: Robert J. Livingston
Robert J. Livingston, Principal, Biology
B. 5. U. of Vt. 32
M. S. U. of Vt. '35
"Gum is nothing but flavored rubber! ! !"
Herwood W. Curtiss, Mathematics,
B. of Ed. Keene Teachers College
Summer School U. of Maine
Adviser to the Class of 1953
HPEOPLE! ! ! "
Eleanor C. Parker, Language, Dramatics
B, A. Mount Holyoke '41
M. A. Boston University '51
Adviser to the Class of 1953
"If you can't do nothing, you can do some
thing! ! !"
Jacquelyn R. Elliot, Business,
B, S. Cd. Nasson College
"Let's not get silly about it!"
Richard D. Dart, History, Physical
B. S. University of New Hampshire
"Of course, there are exceptions!
Lorna M. Swain, Home Ec., General
Business, Basketball, Cheerleaders
B. S. Home Ec. Nasson College
"All right, people, let's be quiet!"
Vincent F. Gates, Shop, Auto Driving
B. Ed Keene Teacher's College
'Have you an admittance slip?"
Alberta C. Fisher, Glee Club,
Orchestra, Music Education
B. M. U. of Vt.
Student of Heinrich Gebhard of Boston
'The whole soprano section talking again?
Della C. Spiller, R. N., School
Laconia Hospital '21
Boston Floating, Hospital '25
"Take this and go into the nurse's room!"
Beth S. Woodward, Dletician
Keene Teacher's College
Mrs. Jules Pellerin, Assistant
"lt's just plain hash!"
Weston Ray fbetter known as
"Skeet",j Janitor lx
"What have the kids done now?" ,S
FIRST ROW: E. Gay, R. Livingston, representative for teachers, J. Davis, B. Spaulding, S. Kidder, I. Adams. SEC
OND ROWg R, Biggert, K. Allyn, R. Duford, L. Enman, J. Butler.
The Student Council representatives elected this year are: seniors--
.Terry Davis, Bruce Spauldingg juniors--Sue Kidder, John Adams, soph-
omores--Eileen Gay, Leslie Enmang freshmen--Karyl Allyn, Roland
Dufordg junior high--Judith Butler, Robert Biggert. The advisor is Mr.
Livingston. Officers elected to the Council through votes cast by grades
VII to XII are: president, Jerry Davisg vice-president, Bruce Spaulding,
secretary-treasurer, Eileen Gay.
The Student Council has been active this year. It has sold emblems,
sponsored assemblies--one for United Nations Day, one for Thanksgiving,
and one aquiz program which everyone enjoyed. A whole series of assem-
blies is planned for the year.
The program of having hostesses at the grade school tables at noon
has been successfully carried out by the Council. Members are also in
charge of providing music during the lunch hour.
The Council sponsored the Christmas party again this year and has
planned a movie dance for the spring. All members of the Council would
like to express thanks to Mr. Livingston for his interest and guidance and
to the student body for its cooperation and support.
VERNE EUGENE BA RRET T
ketball 1,2,3,4, co-captain 3, Baseball 1,2,3,4
FUTURE, U. S. Navy
FLORA IOYCE BARTON
Student Council representative 2, One-Act Play 1,2,3, Senior
Play 4, Essay Contest 1,3, Prize Speaking 1, third prize 2,
second prize, 3, second prize, State Speech Tournament 1,2,
3,4, Mixed Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Girls' Glee 4, Band 1,2,3,4,
Orchestra 1,2,3,4, All-State Festival 4, Sophomoronics Staff,
Reporter, Yearbook Staff, News Editor, Girls' State 3, Basket-
ball Manager 4
President 3,4,Vice-president 1, Senior Play 4, Sophomoronics
Staff Assistant Editor, Yearbook Staff Editor-in-Chief Bas
BARBARA ANN BICKEORD
FUTURE: Keene Teachers' College
Senior Play 4, Mixed Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Girls' Glee 4, Year-
book Staff, Specialties
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Secretary 4, One-Act Play 1,35 Senior Play 4, State Speech
Tournament 1, Mixed Glee Club 1,2, Sophomoronics Staff
Specia1ties,Yearbook staff, Sports Editor, Secretary Special
ties, Girls' State 3, Cheerleader 1,2,3, Captain 4
te, fr -.
Simonds High School lg Senior Play 4g Baseball 1,2,3,4
One-Act Play 1: Senior Play 4: Sophomoronics Staff, Produc-
FAY ELAINE CHADWICK
One-Act Play 1,2,3g Senior Play 4g Prize Speaking lg Essay
Contest 3g Mixed Glee Club 2,4g Sophomoronics Staff, Artg
Yearbook staff, Art Editor
RICHARD STANLEY CHA DWICK
FUTURE: Business School
IERALDINE PATRICIA DAVIS
Secretary 35 Treasurer 2g Student Council Representative 1,4g
President of Student Council 4g Senior Play 4g Mixed Glee
Club 1,2,3,4g Sophomoronics Staff, Reporterg Yearbook Staff,
Business Manager -- Sales Manager
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THOMAS W. DAVIS
ELEANOR EVELYN HEATH
New Market Grade School, Springfield Center, Senior Play,
Business Manager and Prompter, Mixed Glee Club 1,2,3,4,
Girls' Glee 3,4, Sophomoronics Staff, production, Yearbook
JANET MAE HODGES
Treasurer 1,4, Student Council representative 3, Senior Play
4, Mixed Glee Club 1,4, Sophomoronics Staff, production,
Yearbook Staff, Assistant Sales Manager, Assistant Business
Manager, Production Manager
GLENN F. POWELL
at Vice-president 3,4, Student Council 1,3, One-Act Play 1,
1-in Senior Play 4, Sophomoronics Staff, Production Manager, Year-
book Staff, Photography Editor, Basketball 1, Manager 4, Base-
FUTURE: Military Service
ANNIE JEAN RAYNO if
Senior Play 4, Prompter and Business Manager, Mixed Glee L
Club 1,2, Sophomoronics staff, Reporter, Yearbook Staff, S
Specialties and Alumni Reporter, Softball 2,4
BRUCE JAY SPAULDING
President of Class 15 Vice- President 25 Treasurer 35 Student
Council Representative 2,45 Vice-President 45 Sec.-Treas. 25
One-Act Play 1,2,35 Senior Play 45 Essay Contest 35 Mixed
Glee Club 1,2,45 Boys' Glee 1,3,45 Band 1,25 Sophomoronics
Staff, Editor: Yearbook staff, Assist. Editorg Basketball 1,2,3,
45 Baseball 1,35 Ski Team 2.
ROBERT LAWRENCE STUART
Lynn Classical5 Senior Play 45 Basketball 1,3,45 Baseball 1,45
Ice Hockey 2.
FUTURE: U.S. Navy
GLENN ALAN WALTER
Simonds High5 President of Class lg One-Act Play 35 Senior
Play 45 Sophomoronics Staff5 Specia1ties5 Yearbook Staff5
Business Manager fAssist.y Basketball 3,45 Ski Team 1.
FUTURE: Further Education
ELIZABETH HARRIET WILLARD
Amherst High School5 Secretary 15 One-Act Play 2,35 Senior
Play, Prompter5 Essay Contest 25 Sophomoronics5 Specialties5
Yearbook Staff, Art, Specialties, Production5 Softball 2,3.
Class of I953
FIRST ROW: E. Carpenter, F. Chadwick, J. Hodges, V. Barrett, G. Powell, B. Bickford A Rayno B
Willard. SECOND ROW: H. Curtiss, J. Davis, E. Heath, R. Chadwick, B. Spaulding G Walter T
Davis, F. Barton,
President . . .
Secretary . . .
Treasurer . .
Advisers . .
. Verne Barrett
. . Glenn Powell
. Janet Hodges
. . .Miss Parker
September 3, I 952
The first day of school at New London High School!
As we all returned to a different and better class we
couldn't help but wonder what this school year would have in
store for us. We entered that door very curious and wonder-
ing what the new teachers would be like.
I think that we all agree that this has been a very pros-
perous year. Some are looking forward to returning next year
and those that won't be returning next year will always think
of the good times at N.L.H.S.
Initiation - l949
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We Juniors got out the 1952 Handbook - "Under The Dome." We're proud of the new cover design.
Editor Rich and Artist Enman colla- We, the Sophomores, publish the "Sophomoronics" each month.
borate on the cover.
Senior Play ".lanuar Thaw"
G. Powell, F. Chadwick, B. Bickford, R. Stuart, J. Davis, F. Barton, G. Walter, J. Hodges, B. Spaulding, V
Barrett, R. Chadwick, T. Davis.
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FIRST ROW: L. Swain, coachg V. Whipple, Assisr. Managerg B. Simonds, D. Lamson,I.Hatherly, S. Kidder,
V. Murray, G. Edmunds, L. Pond, J. Barton, Managerg J.Elliort,coach. SECOND ROW: S. Stevens, M.
Granger, N. Rowe, J. Livingston, G. Rich, B. Wells, R. Pellerin.
Although the girls' team won very few games, they showed us good
sportsmanship, hard work and high spirits. By the end of the season it
was very difficult for any opponent to beat them. We are sure that next
year they will be well rewarded for their work.
Team Opponent N.L.
Bristol 26 32
Andover 54 33
Henniker 59 31
Sunapee 42 34
Bristol 29 31
Simonds 46 31
I-Iopkinton 32 23
Andover 54 35
Henniker 47 40
Hopkinton 38 27
Simonds 36 38
Sunapee 42 52
Enfield 28 43
FIRST ROW: J. Adams, S. Barrett, V. Barrett, B. Spaulding, G. Walter, L. Hurd. SECOND ROW: R. Dart,
coach: R. Lovely, R. Cushing, P. Bovard, L. Enman, F. Davis, G. Powell, manager.
The boys' basketball team started the season with as inexperienced
group, having lost Edmunds, Wry, Dow and Squires from the class of
'5Z. In the opening game Bristol beat us 57-34 on their new floor. In
this game Sherm Barrett broke his collar bone. After beating Andover
we lost to Henniker and Sunapee before defeating Vilas Z8-2.0. In a close
game Bristol beat us again 48-43 but we won over Hopkinton, Warner,
Andover and Henniker before losing to Vilas 57-50. Charlestown beat
us 51-33 but we bounced back with easy home victories over Hopkinton,
Warner and Sunapee before again losing at Charlestown 57-40. Our last
game brought a victory at the expense of Enfield 57-25. This entitled
us to enter the first round of the Class C Tourney funder a new 16-team
set-upl. And we were defeated by Henniker 42-37 after leading 16-6 at
the first period. That left our total record for the year 10-8 which wasn't
bad considering our lack of experience and the caliber of the teams which
played: both Henniker and Vilas reached the semi-finals, Charlestown
the quarter-finals in Class C and Bristol the Quarter-Finals of Class B.
At the end of the year Verne Barrett and Bruce Spaulding were elected
Co-Captains and had done much to deserve the honor. Bruce Spaulding
was the top foul shooter with a 57.170 average. Greatest number of points
for the year were made by Verne Barrett and Robert Stuart.
New London Orchestra
FIRST ROW: Mrs. Fisher, director, M. Granger, S. Sherburne, piano, K. Allyn, R. Wheeler, E. Worthen,
violin. SECOND ROW: R. Wheeler, horn, F. Barton, flute, D. Allyn, N. Rowe, clarinet. THIRD ROW: R.
Lovely, J. Wright, trumpet, W. Clough, trombone: I. Allyn, I. Woodward, L. Rowe, trumpet.
Girls' Glee Club
FIRST ROW: O. Buck, R. Pellerin, J. Livingston, E. Heath, D. Gessner, V. Murray, J. l-Iatherly, S. Kidder,
G. Rich, N. Rowe, M. Granger, K. Allyn. SECOND ROW: P. Albee, G. Edmunds, I. Barton, B. Wells, J.
Wright, Director, Mrs. Fisher.
FIRST ROW: L. Wright, piccolog P. Chatellier, E. Hein, D. Prescott, D. Allyn, L. Worthen, S. Sawyer
V. Brown, clarinet. SECOND ROW: I. Clough, baritone horng G. Clemons, trombone, J. Butler, J. Bar-
ton, flutegN. Rowe, clarinet, R. Wright, I. Squires, bass drum, C. Hein, snare drum, J. Queen, cymbals
J. Wright, trumpet, J. Livingston, J. Lovely, clarinetg Mr. Curtiss, director. THIRD ROW: R. Wheeler
bass horn, J. Allyn, R. Lovely, trumpet, W. Clough, trombone, D. Prew, saxophone, R. Wheeler, horn
J. Woodward, L. Rowe, trumpet, H. Welch, baritone horn.
NEW LONDON SCHOOL BAND has grown this year. The band played
on four occasions and two members KN. Rowe, J. Allynj played in the
All-State Concert. The band and school are grateful to Mr. Curtiss
for his splendid work.
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CHEERLEADERS: M. Hersey, K. Allyn, B. Bickford, B. Simonds, I. Livingston, D. Gessner
FIRST ROW: J. Barton, G. Edmunds, D. Gessner, K. Allyn.
SECOND ROW: I. Allyn, V. Murray, R. Funke.
The SixteenthAnnual Heidelberg Speaking Contest was held on
March 4. Judges this year were Mrs. Alice Harris, Miss Alice
Goodspeed and Mr. Robert Sawyer. Winners in the Humorous
Division were: First, Dianne Gessnerg Second, Richard Funkeg
Third, Karyl Allyn. Winners in the Serious Division were: First,
Gladys Edmundsg Second, Joy Barton, Third, Jerome Allyn, Hon-
orable Mention, Vera Murray.
nnual Essay Contest Winners
J. Adams, B. Bickford, N. Rowe, I. Barton.
Winners oftheAnnual Essay Contest sponsored by the New Lon-
don Woman's Club were: First, Barbara Bickford f"If I Had a
Month to Live"jg Second, Nancy Rowe f"The Best Things in Life
Are Free"jg Third, John Adams f"If I Were Presidentuyg Honorable
Mention, Joy Barton flt' I Had a Month to Live"y. Judges for the
contest were Mrs. Winifred Williams, Miss Gladys Moore, Rev.
The Jolly Four
GLEE CLUB this year has twenty-two sopranos, nine altos, three
tenors, and eight basses. We sang at Open House, gave a Christmas
Cantata and presented the Spring Concert in March. The last event of
the year was the annual Pops Concert. Representing the Glee Club at
the All-State Festival were sopranos, Joy Barton and Gladys Edmunds,
alto, Marguerite Granger, and tenor, James Squires.
J. Squires, 1. Clemons, L. Human, B. Spaulding, R. Cushing, J. Adams, R. Funkc, R. Lovely, D. Robinson,
J. Allyn, Mrs. Fisher, Director.
THE OLD LADY SHOWS HER MEDALS
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Neighbors B B1ckford
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Warner 12 10
Henniker 12 8
Warner 14 1
Andover 11 0
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V. E. B. Very Energetic Boy
Can't fight city hall
Watching T. V.
Chicken chow- mein
F. J. B. Flutes Just Beautiful
God's Rainbow Shines For You
Going places and doing things
B. A. B. Bashful About Boys
Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
E. C. C. Engagement Comes Calling
Good morning. How are you?
Why Don't You Believe Me?
Writing to Germany and knitting
F. E. C. Forever Enjoys Company
You'll Never Walk Alone
Talking on the telephone
R. S. C. Real Swell Chap
Sports and rabbit hunting
J. P. D. Just Pretty Daring
Is that a fact?
T . W. D. Trouble With Dames
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ELIZA BETH WILLARD
E. E. C. Engagement Comes Calling
People who listen on the telephone
I told you sol
Writing to a soldier in Korea and dancing
J. M. H. Just Made Happy
My Baby's Coming Home
Writing to Bud
G. F. P. Good Friendly Photographer
Speak for yourself. John!
Wish You Were Here
A. J. R. Always Just Robert's
One of those kind, huh?
Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Watching T. V.
Banana cream pie
B. J. S. Born Just So
Girls that swear
I'11 clue you in
Gramma's Lye Soap
R. L. S. Really Loves School
Girls that smoke
Don't get all shook up
Banana cream pie
G. A. W. Genius At Work
Oh Happy Day
Colby Ir. College
E. H. W. Ever Healthy Woman
Guess you'd think so.
Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes
Being with Dickie
CLASS OF 1948
Jane Barrett, Mrs. Bob Shackett, is living with her husband in Virginia.
Mary Lou Barton, Mrs. Charles Belden, is living in New Hatfield, Mass. Mil-
dred Pratt, is engaged to Lt. James DeRocher and is teaching in Chelmsford,
Mass. Crerene Trudeau is married to Carroll Cheslowski. Sumner Woodard is
in the Army and is stationed at Virginia. Phyllis Carter is married to Wayne
Atwood and they have two children. Ronald Cleveland is in the Air Force.
Marilyn Colburn is a Senior at UNH. Frank Eydent is attending UNH. Edwin
Edmunds is in the Air Force and is stationed in Porto Rico. Bill Hayes and
Bunny Hill are married and are living in Elkins. They have one child. Steve
Huntoon married Eileen Sullivan and is in Korea. Donald Kristl is married and
now living in Framingham, Mass. Bob Lull married Dottie Prew and they have
a son, "Stevie". June West graduated from Mary Hitchcock and is now going to
college in Salt Lake. Roger Williams is in the Army, stationed in Germany
and is engaged to Evelyn Carpenter.
CLASS OF 1949
Loren Ayer is in Germany. Evelyn Bickford is in nurse's training at Peter
Bent. Marcia Conklin is at a music school in Potsdam, New York. Joan Crane
married William Lyons and they have a girl and a boy. Nancy Gilson is married
to Bill Sanborn and they have three children. Doug Hall is in the service. Pris-
cilla Heald is married to Alfred Morency. Barbara Holteen is at UNH. Jackie
Homan married Dotty Lundregan and is in the Air Force. Janice Kimball mar-
ried Edward Plimpton. Danny Kristl is out of service and is attending NEC in
Henniker. Oland Murray is in the Navy and is stationed at Virginia. Dottie
Prew, Mrs. Bob Lull, has a baby boy. Jules Pellerin is in the Navy. Jane Rowe,
married Arthur Bucklin. Bill Thurston is studying at Bates. Roland Warner
is in Sylvia Woodard married Jim Rice.
CLASS OF 1950
Alice Beals married David Hurd and is now in England. Betty Call married
Charles Whittemore and is now in Florida. Anita Colby married Donald Brown
and is working in Boston at a radio station. Ed Dexter is in the Army and is
stationed in Maryland. Eleanor Edmunds married Ray Cragin. Bert Murray is
in the Air Force and is stationed in Texas. Bob Pilon is studying at UNH to be
a doctor. Marilyn Powell is married to Dick Bacon. Marjorie Rudner is keep-
ing house for her father. Johnny Sargent is stationed in Portsmouth. Marilyn
Spaulding married Wallace Williams and they live in Syracuse. Wallie is at-
tending Syracuse University. Pete Thompson is in service. Shirley Waite is in
the Air Force. "Smike" Whittemore is in the Medical Corps and is stationed at
CLASS OF 1951
Arlen Ayer is in the Ar my and is stationed at Oklahoma. Ruth Barrett mar-
ried Paul Gagner. Beverly Brown married Louellyn Ramsdell. Ella Carpenter
married Arnold Lowell and they have a baby. Norma Cushing is training to be
a nurse at Concord State Hospital. Nancy Davis is going to Forsyth Dental
School in Boston. Lois Enman is attending Colby. Mabel Granger is at Keene
Teachers College. Esther Hayes is working in Newport. Florence Hill married
Gordon Davis. Henry Kidder is studying at UNH. Francis Ladouceur is in the
service. Henry Meinecke is attending University of Maine studying Engineering.
James Moreland is in service. Norma Oksa is studying at Colby. Dallas Patten
is in the service. Jane Pellerin is studying to be a nurse at Hanover. Claude
Prew is in the Air Force and is engaged to Janet Hodges. Fred Rich is in the
Navy. Carrie Smith is attending Colby. Marjorie Whipple is working in New-
port. Horace Whitcher is working for Roland Baker in Elkins. Mary Whittemore
married Art Quimby and has a baby. Elinor Young is taking a music course at
CLASS OF 1952
Roger Alexander married Sylvia Huntoon and they are living in Cleveland,
Ohio. Dotty Colburn is attending Colby. Phillip Dow is in the CB's and is sta-
tioned in California. George Edmunds is in the Navy and is stationed in New
London, Conn. Berton Gray is in the Navy and is stationed in Virginia. Laura
Homan is attending Colby. Dottie Jaster is working in Boston. Jane Lovering
is attending Colby. Daila Ozolins is in Philadelphia. Alberta Putney is married
to Dick O'Day. Kim Rich is attending Hilder School in Washington. Dottie Roby
is working in Warner at the Austin Sanatoriuin. Vernon Squires is attending
Williams College. Dick Thompson is working in Sutton and is engaged to Betty
Willard. Jean Weber is working in a bank in Connecticut. George West is work-
ing at a garage in Franklin. Betty Whipple is working in Newport. Janet Whit-
cher is working in the telephone office and is engaged to Robert Lewis. Dick
Wry is attending Bucknell University.
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FIRST ROW: S. Kidder, B. Wells, V. Whipple, M. Granger, D. Robinson, G. Edmunds, P. Albee. SEC-
OND ROW: H. Johnson, J. Adams, V. Murray, R. Deno, R. Funke, V. Gates.
FIRST ROW: S. Stevens, J. Robinson, E. Barrett, S. Barrett, G. Rich, F. Davis, M. Tilton, N. Rowe, J
Moody, B. George. SECOND ROW: R. Dart, D. Lamson, L. Hurd, C. Hosmer, C. Whipple, D. Prescott
J, Hatherly, J. Huntoon, D. Palmer, J. Wright. THIRD ROW: B. Simonds, R. Palmer, J. Allyn, L. En-
man, P. Bovard, D. Biggert, R. Cushing, J. Squires, D. Prew, L. Pond.
Class of I9 6
FIRST ROW: M. Hersey, O. Buck, D. Gessner, O. Hayward, I. Clemons, J. Livingston, K. Allyn, R
Pellerin. SECOND ROW: I. Elliott, M. Patten, H. Mitchell, R. Duford, R. Lovely, W. Wheeler, E. Car-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bickford
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gates
Mr. and Mrs. Clement Lovering
Mr. and Mrs. Earle W. Carpenter
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis
Mrs. Charlotte D. Meinecke
Miss Eleanor Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Swift
Tracy Memorial Librarians
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hodges
Mrs. Robert Wright
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Adams
Rev. and Mrs. A. E. Wry
Dr. and Mrs. William Clough, Jr.
Mrs. Emma Colby
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chadwick
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Colburn
Vernondale Store, Sutton
Mr. and Mrs. William Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Bradford
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Heath
Mrs. Mabel M. Ward
Dr. and Mrs. Oliver S. Hayward
Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Soucy
Mrs. Ann F. Pardy
New London Florist
Mr. Clayton Fisher
New London Cleaners and Dryers
R. M. Jones
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rich
Miss Swain and Miss Elliot
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler
Mr. and Mrs. Walton Chadwick
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lull
Vista Hall Farm
. and Mrs. Harry Barrett
. and Mrs. Clarence Granger
. and Mrs. Homer Rayno
Mr. and Mrs. H. Curtiss
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dart
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Woodard
Mr. and Mrs. R. Livingston
Class of "54"
Class of "55"
Class of "56"
AND IT'S ALL DONE WITH
There's magic in lights . . . add a light here, place a
spotlight there, and your portrait takes on the appear-
ance of real form and individuality.
Your Vantine photographer knows how lighting ef-
fects can be best used . . . How easily they can reflect
Your Vantine photographer knows best how to se-
cure the sharply etched photograph your engraver de-
sires of the important senior year . . . The victories of
the athletic teams . . . The brilliance of social occa-
sions . . . The Prom . . . The plays . . . The debates . . .
The expression of everyday life on the campus.
That personalized portraits by Yantine are important
is attested to by the fact that over 300 schools and col-
leges repeatedly entrust their photographic work to
WARREN KAY VANTINE
132 Boylston Street
NEW LONDON PHARMACY
New London New Hampshire
Telephone 25 2
The Place Where You Can Get Most Anything"
Drugs - Sodos - Cosmetics
Visit Our Sports Store
"Everything For An Athlete
Best Wishes from Ed
EDMUNDS' BUS LINE
Charter Bus Service
All Points in New England and New York State
For Toxi Anywhere
- Doy or Night -
Phone New London 9-3 or 138
EDWIN F. EDMUNDS, PROP.
A. S. LITTLE AND SON,
KIDDER GARAGE COMPANY
SUTTON GENERAL STORE 0
Self Service ALLEN WRECKING CO.
Full Line of Meats
Groceries and Hardware
Tel. Sutton 666 sullen' N'H'
KELLERS GENERAL STORE of
SNACK BAR TAYLoRs Loose
Specialize in Hamburgers md Franks
Open All Day Sunday Tel. Sutton l97
Prop. Geo. Carlson Blodgett Landing
PERRY'S MARINE SERVICE Compliments
Boats and Motors for Sale and Rent
Real Estate Community Store
Clarence B. Perry
Blodgett's Landing N.H.
Pat Rooney, .lr.'s of
DOG HOUSE coLBY HOMESTEAD FARM
Hot Dogs and Hamburgers with Variations
Lake Blaisdell - Tel. Bradford 88-I2
Reg. Shorthorn and Hereford Cattle
New London, N.H.
Class of 1953 Complimems
THE FOUR SEASONS
New London New Hump h
of M. E. WALKER
ERNEST E. WELCH AND SON
Plumbing and Heating
TOWN AND COUNTRY
Ladies' Fashions and Sportswear
New London, Ne H p h
New London, New Hampshire
New London, New Hampshire
DRY GOODS STORE
N London New Hamp h
WORTHEN'S CONVALESCENT HOME
Avis S. Wortlren, L.P.N.
Tel. N. L. l52-4
CHARLES W. SANBORN C ,.
omp :ments of
Painting 8- Decorating
Pc hu in - Si ns l.uu. s. PRESCOTT, :Nc
Pe' ns 9 9
Wallpaper - Glass - Paints
Complete Building Service
Elk ns New l'l p ll
Tel. 264 Bradford, N.H.
G ngs and Congratulatio
C g Z nd Best Wishes
T Th CI fl953
LAKE SUNAPEE COUNTRY CLUB
AND HUMAN THE FLORIST
SARGENT 8. HUNTER
Tlles, Llnoleum, Points
Compl imenfs of
New London, New Hampshire Co'
CLAUDE M. PREW
Holngas Blue Cool
RADIO sALEs 'nd
AND SERVICE Fuel ons
New London, New Hampshire Tel. 20-14
P. M. THURSTON
New London New Hampshire
C ON GRA TULA TI ONS
CLASS OF 1 953
B'L'-::gg'EEY'S And a Word to You Proud Parents
Start Them Off on the Right Foot
Elkins New Hampshire With the Perfect Present
LIFE INSURANCE POLICY
Compliments of PRUDENTIAL
SETH A. LAMSON
Custom Sawing 8. Slabwood
NEW LONDON AGENCY
Elkins New Hampshire
Twin Lake Villa
450 Acres on Little Sunapee Lake
Our facilities include three shuffle board courts, two tennis courts, 5
' hole Golf course, fishing boats, canoes, sun pier and beach.
During July and August we have movies, entertainers, picnics, dances,
bridge and bingo parties, also a supervisor for the children's play-
house and beach. For rates and picture booklet write Ruth S.Kidder,
New London, N. H.
lT'S FUN T0 PAINT
Class and Private
ROBERT G. POWELL
PAINTER 8- PAPER HANGER
Lessons McQuaIcle Paints "" Wallpaper
AI SUNAPEE STUDIO 1-hnmn,
In New London Telephone 55-I4 Elkins, N.H
Fred A. Pressey - Walron W. Clladwl ck
FRED A. PRESSEY AND CO.
Funeral Home and Ambulance Service
Elkins, New Hampshire Tel. 160-23 New London, N.H. Telephone II6-2
WATCH REPAI RING
EARL R. BERRY
New London New Hampshire
BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP
New London New Hampshire
G. W. DEAN
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