New London High School - Exodus Yearbook (New London, NH)
- Class of 1964
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1964 volume:
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wrecked hundreds ay' evacuated homes but produced few casualties.
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and in Venezuela in the same week.
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NEW LONDON HIGH SCHOOL
NEW LONDON, NEW HAMPSHIRE
We, the class of 1964, would like to
dedicate this product of our industry and
talent to the gentleman who has contri-
buted in so many ways to making our
high school years so rewarding and
memorable. Thank you, Mr. Hill.
Mary jean Barrett
JUDO EdmLlHdS Agnes Wheeler
Bruce H. Crowder
L -- R: Typists Marilyn Simpson, Marsha Herseyg Photographer Donald Davisg Co-editors June Edmunds, Agnes
Wheelerg Business Manager Mary Jean Barrettg Section Editors Carol Hurd, Chris I-Iskell.
jupzlcr photographed in red light with its satellite Cany-
medr, upper right, casting u shadow on thc planet's
. surface, top center,
-Ml. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
GORDON B. FLINT
Superintendent of Schools
ROBERT J. LIVINGSTON
Principalg University of Vermont, B. S. 5 University
of Vermont, M. S.
FLOYD P. BAILEY
Keene State College, B. of Ed. 5 Industrial Educationg
KEVIN I. BARLOW
University of Massachusetts, B. S. fForestryQ5 Biologyg
LINDA H. BARTER
University of Illinois, B. S. 5 University of Arizona,
M. S. 3 Home Economics, General Business, Cheer-
Plymouth State College, B. of Ed. 3 Social Studies,
I. V. Basketball Coach.
BRUCE H. CROWDER
Keene State College, B. of Ed. 3 Englishg Yearbook
Advisor, Newspaper Advisor.
HERWOOD W. CURTISS
Keene State College, B. of Ed., University of Maine,
M. Ed. 5 University of Maine, 18 credits toward M. A.
in Mathematicsg Algebra, Plane Geometry, Band.
WILLIAM I-I. FREEMAN
University of Bostong A, B. in Historyg Master of
Education, 19635 Member of Phi Alpha Theta3
Plymouth Teachers College, B. of Ed. 5 Mathematics
ALICE P. HARRIS
Frenchg Lating Middlebury College, B.A. 3 Foreign
Language Institute at St. Anselm's Collegeg Colby
Junior College, Graduate Credit.
Social Studiesg University of N.H. , B.A. 5 Plymouth
State College, M.E.
JACQUELINE P. RAYNO
Englishg B. S., Keene Teachers Collegeg University
of New Hampshire, Graduate School.
WALDO E. SANDERS
B.A., University of New I-Iampshireg Social Studies3
Englishg Driver Education3 Working toward Masters,
University of New Hampshire.
JOHN F. STOHRER
Englishg Counselorg B. of Ed., Plymouth Teachers
Collegeg Graduate Study, P.T.C.
Springfield College, B. 5.5 Chemistryg Physicsg Girls'
CARL D. I-IILL
Physical Educationg Boys' Athletic Coach -- Soc
cer, Basketball, Baseballg B. S. , University of
Maineg Masters Degree in Physical Education,
ALBERTA C. FISHER
Glee Clubg Music Educationg B. S. 3 University of
Vermontg Student of Heinrich Gebbard of Boston.
ERNEST E. WELCH
Typingg Office Practiceg Babson Institute of
Administration, B. S.
RONALD P. WYMAN
Artg Keene State College, B.E.5 Dartmouth
Siunmer School, 1963.
MRS . CURRIER
Bus Drivers: G
eorge Croteau, Richard Lei
shal, Ed Edmunds, Norm Pric
and Albert Shoals.
Mrs. Pauline Dayton
Mrs. Linda Gay
Mrs. Helen Enman
Mrs. Beulah Sholes
Mrs. Mary Gay
Mrs. Della Spiller
ELEME TARY CHOOL TEACHER
Mrs. Helen Colburn
Mrs. Beverly Knox
Mrs. jenny Lull
Miss Grace McAllister
Mr. Richard Pomeroy
Mrs. Lucy Woodward
The Solar Corona photographed during a total eclipse
from Green River, Wyoming.
-Mt. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
Class Secretary 15 Vice President 3, 45 Business Manager, Yearbook 45
Business Manager, Magazine Sales 45 Glee Club 1,2545 Girls' Glee
Club 45 Cheerleader 15 Majorette 1,2, 3, Head Majorette 45 Honor
Banquet 15 Prom Committee 3.
DANIEL WILLIAM CONNELL, III
Class President 45 Student Council 35 Soccer team 2, 3, Co-Captain
45 Ski team 2, 3, 45 Junior Prom Decorating Committee 35 St. Paul's
School Advanced Studies Program 35 Glee Club 45 Honor Banquet 1,
2, 35 Senior Class Usher 3.
JUNE DAWN EDMUNDS
Student Council 15 Class Secretary 3,45 Basketball 1,25 Glee Club 1,
2, 3,45 Girls' Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Co-Editor of Yearbook 45 Magazine
Sales Manager 45 Junior Prom Decorations Committee 35 Dance Com-
mittees 1,2, 3, 45 Tri-Town Concert 25 All State Chorus 45 Natlonal
Latin Exams 1, 2.
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM I-IASIGELL
Class Treasurer 43 Newspaper staff, co-editor 43 Yearbook staff 43
Basketball 13 Soccer 1, 33 Ski Team 23 Band 1,2, 3,43 Glee Club 1,
2, 43 Boys' Glee Club 2, 43 School Plays 2, 3, 43 One-Act Play 33
Prize Speaking 1,2, 33 Graduation usher 33 Dance Committee 2, 33
Magazine Sales 43 Radio News Program 3, 4.
CAROL LEE HURD
Basketball 1,23 Glee Club 1, 23 Dance Committee 1,2, 3,43 Prom
Committee 33 Magazine sales 43 Class Vice President 13 Student
Council 2 , 4.
NORMAN CHARLES PURPLE
Student Council 4.
KAREN LEE ANSART
Basketball 2, 35 F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 F. -H. A. Secretary 4.
ROBERT WIILIAM BARRETT, IR.
Class Treasurer 15 Vice-President 25 Glee Club 45 Band 1,25 3, 4,
Baseball 152, 3,45 Basketball 1,25 3,45 Co-captain 45 Soccer 1,2,
3, 45 Class Marshal 35 Profile Boys' State 3.
Andover High School 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Letter Club 1,2, 35
Glee Club 152, 35 Newspaper 1,2,35 The National Honor Society
35 Vice-President 35 Most Valuable Guard Award 1,25 "Crisco"
Home Economics Award 35 F. I-I. A. President 4.
GILBERT LEE BOOTH
Wrestling Team Varsity 1, Audio Visual Aids 1, 2, 3,4, Glee Club
43 Prom Decorations Committee 3, Second Prize Magazine Sales 4.
RUTH MAE CI-IAMBERLIN
Andover High School 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1,25 Music Appreciation
CAROL ANN CLAPPER
Glee Club 1,2,3.
JOAN DIANE COMBIE
Letter of commendation for performance on National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying Test 35 American Legion Auxiliary Award for History 35
Honor Roll 1, 2, 33 Honor Banquet 1, 2, 3.
GINGER MARIE COTE
Basketball 1, 2, 43 Future Homemakers of America 3, 4.
ROBERT JOSEPH CRICENTI
Soccer 1, 2, 3,45 Ski team 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 3, 45
Class President 2, 3, One-Act Plays 1, 2, 3, Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4, Na-
tional Merit Scholarship Finalist 4, American Legion Freshman Award
1, National Latin Award 1, 25 National French Award 3, M A A Math
Test, New Hampshire Honor Roll 3, St. Paul's School Advanced Study
CYNTHIA BOND CURRIER
Honor Banquet 15 One Act Plays 1, 3, Art Exhibit 1, Prom Committee
3, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Roll 1, 33 Class Treasurer 2.
DONALD CLARK DAVIS, JR.
V Ski Team 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Yearbook Staff Photographer 4, Maga-
Play Prompter 3 .
DONALD HENRY DIMMICK
Glee Club 1, 2, 3,45 Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri Town Concert 1
Pops Concert 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Economics and Industrial Education
Program 35 Band 13 Glee Club Auditions 1.
Wg zine sales captain 4, Prom Committee 3, Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4,
LV. Basketball 1, 2.
BRUCE ALFRED GOINGS
Baseball 2, 3, 43 Soccer 2, 45 Glee Club 1, 33 Industrial Arts Fair 33
Art Exhibitsg Science Club 1.
EILEEN ANN GRAYSI-IAN
Manchester West High 15 Glee Club 1, 23 Girls' Basketball, Manager
, 45 F. H. A. 4.
MARSI-IA BERNICE HERSEY
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, F.H.A. 1, 2, 4, junior Prom Committee 3.
DALE CURTIS HISLER
Band 1, 2, 35 Ski Team 1, 3,43 Student Council 1, Plays 1, 2
KAREN LYNN JOHNSTON
DOUGLAS MATHEWS ON
Soccer 1,25 3,45 Basketball 1,2, 3,45 Co-Captain 45 Baseball 1,2,
3, 45 One Act Plays 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 15 Student Council
25 Magazine Sales, lst Prize 4.
clee Club 1,3,4.
SANDRA LOUISE NELSON
Andover High School 1,25 35 Glee Club5 Newspaper5 Carnival
Attendant5 Cheerleader5 l.etterc1ub5 F. H. A. Treasurer 4.
RICHARD CONRAD NEUMANN
Ski Team 1, 25 Basketball 3,43 Glee Club 43 Dance Band "The Ex--
tremes" 2, 3,4.
Industrial Arts Fair Award 3g Magazines Sales 43 Indusuial Arts and
Home Economics Fair 3.
DAVID GERLAD PELLERIN
Band 1,2,3,45 Ski Team 15 Plays 1,2, Stagehand.
PATRICLA ANN POMEROY
Glee Club 1,2, 3,45 Basketball 3, 45 Sodcer Cheerleading 25 F. H
PETER HARRIS PRESCOTT
Dance Committees 1,2, 3, 45 Prom Decorating Committee 3.
JAMES LEO PRES TON
Class Play 13 Ski Team 2, 3,45 Ski Awards.
JANET LOUISE ROGERS
Class President 15 Class Secretary 25 Student Council 35 Basketball
Cheering 1,253,415 Soccer Cheering 1,2, 3,45 Majorettes 2, 3,45 Glee
Club 152, 3,45 One Act Plays 152, 35 Girls' Glee Club 15 Prom Com-
mittee 35 Latin Award 25 Girls' State 3
JAMES ST. MARTIN
Glee Club 45 Prom Decorating Committee 3
MARILYN ANN SIMPSON
Glee Club 152,35 One Act Plays 35 F. H.A. 2,3,4.
CHARLES RONALD SPAULDING
Cardigan Mt. School 15 Ski Team 25 Baseball 1, 3, 45 Soccer 3, 43
Glee Club 45 Student Council 15 School Cabinet 13 Honor Banquet
25 Boys' State 35 Cdeclinedj.
GERALD RODNEY SMITH
Andover High School 1,2, 35 Basketball 1,2, 35 Baseball 1,2, 35 Track
PETER SUMNER STANLEY
Ski Team 15 Proctor 25 Football 2.
SHARON ETHEL STOWELL
Glee Club 15F.H.A.1,2,3,4.
REBECCA ANN TILTON
Andover High Schoolg Glee Clubg Newspaper 1, 2, 3
JOHN EDWARD WATERS
Andover High School 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Newspaper 2.
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Band 2,3,45 ski Team 1,2,3,4
AGNES LILLIAN WHEELER
Class Treasurer 35 Dance Committees 1,2, 3, 4, One Act Play 35 Na-
tional Latin Awards 1,25 Co-editor of yearbook 45 Girls' State 35
Honor Banquet 1, 2, 3, junior Prom Decorations Committee 3, Art
Exhibit 15 Honor Roll 1, 2, 35 D. A. R. Girl 4.
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KAREN ANSART "Streak"
Likes skiing, sports cars, boys, dating, going to movies, but dislikes
snobby people, Chinese foods, loud Sophomores. .Hauntsz Bradford,
nearest restaurants, Newport's Red andWhite. Favorite foods: Fried
chicken, ice cream, fried scallops. Favorite song: "Mean Women
Blues" and songs by Roy Orbinson. Most content when sleeping and in
Mr. Welch's classes. Suppressed desire: To own a sports car.
MARYJEAN BARRETT "Jean"
Likes dances, majorettes, music, new cars, but dislikes taking tests,
study halls, and making decisions. Favorite foods: pizza, cheeseburgers,
and french fries. Favorite song: "Exodus" and "Rhapsody in Blue. "
Most content when asleep. Suppressed desire: to own an expensive Car.
. . . "Oh! Ya!" and"You ain't to swift."
ROBBERT BARRETT "Bruiser" "Beast"
Likes sports and our jazz band, but dislikes nothing. Haunts: Tennis
court and Market Basket. Favorite foods: french fries and ice cream.
Favorite song: "Summertime," Most content when sleeping. Suppressed
desire: to be a comedian .... "Watch it, Buddy!"
MARION BLAKE "Blakie" "Nic"
Likes dancing, records, bowling, but dislikes insincere people. I-launts:
Laconia and home. Favorite foods: fried clams, and hamburgers.
Favorite song: "Maria. " 'Most content when dating. Suppressed desire:
to change places with the teachers for a day .... "Is that right?"
RUTH CHAMBERLIN "Ruthie"
Likes dancing, dating, sports, boys, but dislikes people who grind
their teeth. Haunts: diners and Spa. Favorite foods: hamburgers and
pizzas. Favorite song: "Moon River." Most content when with people.
Suppressed desire: to be a medical secretary and to get married ....
lloh ya! ll
Likes boats and vacations, but dislikes fish. Favorite foods: plum
pudding and chocolate ice cream. Most content when homework is
finished. Suppressed desire: to travel around the world .... "Oh
GILBERT BOOTH "Big G"
Likes hunting, guitars, fishing, mechanics, but dislikes study-hall
and Mr. Greenan. Haunts: The "L" house and judge Bean's. Favorite
foods: steak and lobster. Favorite song: "Hard Traveling." Most
content when asleep. Suppressed desire: to become a millionaire.
. . . "What?"
CAROL CLAPPER "Clap"
Likes swimming, hunting, dancing, but dislikes fishing, and Mr.
Marston's surprise quizzes. Haunts: girl's room at grange. Favorite
foods: pickles, ice cream, Cherries. Favorite song: "Surfer Girl."
Most content when dancing. Suppressed desire: raise a family. . .
"Oh boy. "
DANIEL CONNELL "Danny"
Likes skiing, tennis, Al Hirt, all good clean fun, but dislikes
scollops, breakfast, broken shoestrings, "The Martian Record Hop,"
runny noses. Haunts: Shower room, Favorite foods: beans, Thanks-
giving dinners, scramble eggs. Favorite song: "Moon River." Most
content when falling asleep. Suppressed desire: to have a magnetic
personality .... "That's just Great."
GINGER COTE "Gin" "Crash"
Likes radios, hunting, fishing, and "Roughing it, " but dislikes loud
people, back seat drivers, Mr. Marston's surprise quizzes. Haunts:
M. B. andColbyLibrary. Favorite foods: steak. Favorite song: "A
White Sports Coat." Most content when in world geography class.
Suppressed desire: to be a captain in the Air Force .... "There
must be an easier way to do this."
ROBERT CRICENTI "Radar"
Likes sps-asp, tennis, skiing, sports in general, but dislikes boring
speakers, especially in English class. Haunts: tennis courts. Favorite
foods: coffee sodas. Most content when goofing off and playing tennis
. "Hey, that's a hummer."
CYNTHIA CURRIER "Andy" l
Likes a certain someone and old Fords, but dislikes conceited people,
fish, homework. Favorite Foods: fried clams, lobster, and pizza.
Favorite song: "I Remember You." Most content when sleeping.
Suppressed desire: to be a second Florence Nightengale.
DONALD DAVIS "Don" "Donnie"
Likes skiing, boats, food, "that greasy kids stuff, " all Boston pro
teams, but dislikes some teachers, slow boats, all New York pro
teams. Haunts: Here, there, everywhere. Favorite foods: beef stew,
spaghetti, clams, french fries. Favorite song: "Moon River." Most
content when a New York team looses especially the Yanks. Sup-
pressed desire: to be able to out-yell Ernie. Favorite saying: let's
pull a Herman.
DONALD DIMMICK "Don"
Likes a semi-classical music, singing, watching T. V. , but dislikes
sauerkraut, and silly girls. Haunts: Colby Jr. College's faulty butt
room. Favorite foods: veal scalloponni and Chinese foods. Favorite
song: "Slaughter on 16th Avenue. " Most content when swimming and
watching T. V. Suppressed desire: to visit Europe .... "Laugh it up."
Likes Longfellow, folk music, madras, basketball, AuH2O, but dis-
1 likes bowling, Favorite foods: ice cubes and coffee ice cream.
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avorite songs. The High and Mighty, " "Kisses Sweeter than Wine, "
sire: many. . . . "Yuck!", "Tomorrow can't be much worse."
CHESTER GAY "Chet"
Likes anything, but dislikes homework, teachers like Mr. Welch.
Favorite foods: corn and potatoes. Favorite song: ones by Rick Nelson.
Most content when the bell rings at 3:07. Suppressed desire: to see
Mr. Curtiss win a noble peace prize or to become a teacher and dic-
BRUCE GOINGS "Big Bruce"
Likes females, but dislikes angry females and fathers. Haunts: Lake
Sunapee and Beach parties. Favorite song: "Only In America," Most
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on en w en at beach parties. Suppressed desire. to have a red Jag.
. . . "That's life!"
Likes swimming, but dislikes skiing. Favorite foods: spaghetti, pizza,
and apple pie. Favorite song: "My Boyfriend's Back." Suppressed
desire: to become a teacher .... "I don't believe you."
CHRISTOPHER HASKELL "Chris"
Likes music fall kindsj, Lake Winnepesaukee, sailing, swimming,
and Sue, but dislikes school buses. Haunts: music rooms. Favorite
foods: roast pork, steak, and deep dish apple pie. Favorite song: '
"Th 1812 O " ' '
e vertune. Most content when with a fellow music lover.
Suppressed desire: to conduct a symphony orchestra .... "until
next Friday morning this is Chris Haskell for N. L. H. S. "
and ' Town Without Pity. " Most content when happy. Suppressed de-
MARSI-IA I-IERSEY "Peanut" "Herseybar"
Likes music, water skiing, hiking, fishing, and trips to Claremont,
but dislikes boys names that start with "E," snooty people, motor
scooters. Haunts: ASW in Claremont, Favorite foods: steak, pizza,
cheeseburgers. Favorite song: "Crying. " Most content when in the
arms of that someone. Suppressed desire: to assist Dr. Casey ....
"Isn't it romatic! "
DALE HISLER "Porky"
Likes hunting, sky diving, parties, taking showers, but dislikes people
who talk too much and heavy drinkers. Haunts: Camp Kearsarge,
Orange, Mass., Paterson, N.I., the "L" House. Favorite foods: any-
thing you put in front of me. Favorite song: "Surfer joe. " Most content
when in the air or in bed. Suppressed desire: to become the world's
champion sky-diver .... "Hey Charlie!"
Likes horses, sports cars, music fall kindsj, dancing, but dislikes re-
pulsive people. Favorite foods: apple crisp, coffee ice cream,
chicken, dill pickles. Favorite song: "The Days of Wine and Roses."
Most content when riding horse back. Suppressed desire: to join the
John Brich Society .... "I ain't proud."
KAREN JOHSTON "Lynn"
Likes dances, cars, working, but dislikes riding on buses. Haunts:
Iim's house. Favorite foods: french fries and hot fudge sundaes.
Favorite song: "Detroit City. " Most content when with jim. Sup-
pressed desire: to be a Physical Education Teacher .... "Oh Beans.
BENJAMIN KEZAR "Ben"
Likes cows, machinery, and Nancy, but dislikes alcohol, school, and
two faced people. Haunts: Carleys Garage and Otterville. Favorite
foods: chocolate milk and cheeseburgers. Favorite song: "Surfer Joe. "
Most content when asleep. Suppressed desire: to do away with student
teachers .... "Feature that!"
DOUGLAS MATHEWSON "Doug" "Gil" ,
Likes all sports, Model "A," tennis, parties, cooking and baking ,at
T. L. V. , BLONDES, but dislikes stuck-up girls and getting up early.
Haunts: Judge Roy Bean's, "Weigwam, " M. B. , Sand and
Gravel, Pellerins. Favorite foods: fried clams and steak. Favorite song
"Papa joe's. " Most content when at Oneonta State or "Weigwam. "
Suppressed desire: to drive a Cobra .... "Bologna. "
SANDRA NELSON "Sandy"
Likes skiing and dancing, but dislikes reading. Haunts: dinner.
Favorite foods: fried clams. Favorite song: "Moon River." Suppressed
desire: to go to Europe .... "How about that."
ALLAN PALMER "Butch"
Likes big trucks and girls from N. Y. , but dislikes noisy girls and
cheese. Haunts: everywhere. Favorite foods: thick steaks and ice
cream. Favorite song: "Hit the Road Jack. " Most content when
driving a truck. Suppressed desire: to beat Doug and Deak to the
cafeteria. . . . "Tough! "
DAVID PELLERIN "Deak"
Likes sailing, hunting, scotch whisky, putting Pork in the shower, but
dislikes cops at night and suspension after putting Pork in the shower.
Haunts: Beanie's, Weigwam. Favorite foods: spaghetti. Favorite song:
"Washington Square." Most content when with Judge duck hunting.
Suppressed desire: to kill a duck .... "P1ease Mr. Livingston I don't
want to go."
RICHARD NEWMANN "Rick"
Likes sports. Haunts: basketball courts, tennis courts, and M. B.
Favorite foods: coffee, ice cream, and sodas. Favorite song: "Moon
River." Most content when playing basketball. Suppressed desire: to
go to college.
PATRICIA POMEROY "Pat"
Likes one particular boy, clothes, pizza, but dislikes snobs, noisy buses,
and cold pizza. Haunts: King Ridge. Favorite foods: anything edible.
Favorite song: "You Can Never Stop Me Loving You." Most content
when sleeping, at a good party, or doing absolutely nothing. Sup-
pressed desire: to be a model .... "Oh, Forget it!"
PETER PRESCOTT "Pete"
Likes fast cars, but dislikes girls who smo e. avori
chicken, french fries, and steak. I-launts: M. B. Favorite saying:
"shake it easy." Favorite song: "Footsteps" Most content when
working on a car or driving. Suppressed desire: to get good marks.
k F 'te foods: fried
JAMES PRESTON "Pres" N
Likes golf, sports cars, electric guitar music, GIRLS, but dislikes
sarcastic, inconsiderate people, loud clothes, loud girls. Haunts:
Dog House, Kezar Lake, King Ridge, Cambridge, Mass. Favorite
foods: pizza, cheeseburgers, fried clams, french fries. Favorite song:
"Hitch Hike," "Wipeout," Most content when with the gang or skiing.
Suppressed desire: to leave Mr. Welch speechless.
NORMAN PURPLE "Norm" "Pinky"
Likes fast cars, slow police cars, but dislikes dishonest people, flat
tires, strict teachers. Haunts: Blodgetts Landing, Newport Theater, the
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local soda fotmtain. Favorite foods: steak, lobster, hamburgers, mi
shakes. Favorite song: "Surfin U. S. A. " Most content when spending
money which is not mine. Suppressed desire: to graduate .... "That
is the way the cookie crumbles! "
JANET ROGERS "jan"
Likes Waterskiing, horseback riding, friendly boys, but dislikes snobs,
girls who pretend they're something they're not. Haunts: Brown's jam
room, Cookie's house. Favorite foods: pickles, steak, hot fudge
sundaes. Favorite song: "Surfer joe. " Most content when skiing on Lake
Sunapee. Suppressed desire: to water ski at Cypress Gardens ....
"uh, uh, Joey. "
Likes clothes and good food, but dislikes people who think they're
better than someone else, book reports, the "Ratt1etrap" bus.
Favorite foods: french fries, chicken, steak. Favorite song: "Moon
R1ver." Most content when asleep. Suppressed desire: to become the
first female astronaut. . . . "Are you sure?"
GERALD SMITH "Hair"
Likes girls and cars, but dislikes school and work. Haunts: the local
garage. Favorite foods: spaghetti. Favorite song: "Washington Square."
Most content when sleeping. Suppressed desire: to own a sports car.
. . . "That's smart."
RONALD SPAULDING "Charlie"
Likes sports, but dislikes the Green Bay Packers and foreign foods.
Haunts: everywhere. Favorite foods: hamburg and anything that's
chocolate. Most content when watching the Giants and Yankees on
T. V. Suppressed desire: to understand Algebra .... "Another 'A'
Cricenti, you make me sick!"
PETER STANLEY "Pete" "The Bandit"
Likes VW's "Marty's, " C. C. , "Bud," speed, but dislikes R. G. ,
state cops, road blocks, and courts. I-Iaunts: Tows1ey's, Bean's, and the
the Barn. Most content when drunk. Suppressed desire: to race at Le
Mans. Favorite foods: knockworst and beer. Favorite song: "Washing-
ton Square." Favorite saying: "When in doubt. . . . "
JAMES ST. MARTIN "Jim"
Likes hunting, fishing, almost everything, but dislikes a mad girl-
friend. Haunts: M. B. and ASW. Favorite foods: anything. Favorite
song: Detroit City." Most content when with Karen .... "Wohoa
SHARON STOWELL "Sheri"
Likes dances, parties, service guys, but dislikes studying and getting
' ' R t. Favorite foods: lamb
up early. Haunts. M. B. and Pines estauran
and french fries. Favorite song: "Let's Go Steady Again." Most con-
tent when talking to someone I like. Suppressed desire: to be a nurse.
. . . "You don't say!"
REBECCA TILTON "Becky" "Beck"
Likes boys, dancing, and dating, but dislikes homework and stuck-up
' ' d : a hetti and
people. Haunts: my boyfr1end's house. Favorite foo s sp g
meat balls Favorite song: "Stranger on the Shore." Most content
. . . "Oh, don't sweat it!"
JOHN WATERS "Bucky" i
Likes sports and listening to records, but dislikes loudmoths. Haunts:
' ' f d : h' ken and steak.
record stores and bowling alleys. Favonte oo s c 1C
Favorite song: "Mack the Knife." Most content when sleeping and
listenin to records. Suppressed desire: to be a comedian. . . . "Smile
and the world smiles with you. Cry and you cry alone."
KENNETH WEST "Westy" "Ken"
Likes nice people and skiing, but dislikes Shakespeare. Haunts: King
Ridge in the winter and everywhere in the summer. Favorite foods:
french fries, frappes, steaks. Favorite song: "If I Had A Hammer."
Most content when sleeping. Suppressed desire: to have fun ....
" Censored! "
AGNES WHEELER "Aggie"
ornin s Marsha's ood humor, the world in general,
Likes snowy m g , g
but dislikes Khushchev and late telephone calls. Haunts: Bonnie's
house. Favorite foods: french fries, lobster, shrimp, chicken. Favorite
songs: songs by Roy Orbinson. Most content when laughing. Suppressed
desire: to overthrow Khrushchev's regime and set up a democratic
when eating and watching T. V. Suppressed desire: to Join the service.
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SPONSORS OF THE CLASS OF 1964
Mr. 81 Mrs. john Ballin Mr. Robert F. Brianas
Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Cricenti Mrs. Carolyn Ansart
Mr. gl Mrs. Robert Barrett Mr. gl Mrs. William F. Kidder
Congressman 81 Mrs. james Cleveland Mr. 8: Mrs. Mead Hartwell
Mr. 81 Mrs. W. T. Andrews Mr. gl Mrs Robert S. Messer
Mr. gl Mrs. Daniel W. Connell, jr. Mr. gl Mrs. Harry Barrett, Sr.
Mr. gl Mrs. Arthur 1. Little, jr. Mr. gl Mrs. Dudley Coonley
Compliments of a Friend Mr. gl Mrs. Wm. L. Pomeroy
Reverend 81 Mrs. Theodore Yardley Mrs. William H. Fitch, jr.
Mr. Arthur Prescott Mr. 81 Mrs. Russell Dimmick
Mr. William Roos Mr. gl Mrs. Frank E. Crayshan
Mr. Sz Mrs. Donald C. Davis Mr. 81 Mrs. James Bewley
Mr. 81 Mrs. Harold D. Hurd Mr. 81 Mrs. Oakley M. Hisler
Mr. 81 Mrs. Floyd Bailey Mr. 81 Mrs. Erwin Nelson
Mr. G. Robert White
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Secretary: Leelee Woodman
Treasurer: Shara Hartwell
President: Martha Brown
Vice -President: Stephen Chamberlin
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Secretary: Betty jean Brown
Vice -Pre sident: Richard Kidder
Treasurer: Raymond Streeter
President: Jean DeLand
FRONT ROW, L -- R: S. Mclntoshg
HoWard5 L. Towneg B. Brown. BACK
ROW B. Dufordg J. DeLand5 I. Lustg
FRONT ROW, L -- R: S. Hun
toong J. Jillsong S. Holtg C.
Phelps. BACK ROW C. Long-
fellowg D. Boltg S. Keyser3 D.
FRONT ROW, L -- R: Advisor Mr. Bar-
lowg R. Buttrickg J. Murphyg B. Chad-
wick3 D, Kidderg F. Richardsg S.
Chellisg P. Almstrom. BACK ROW D.
Ramseyg P. Lewisg R. Thomasg R.
Jonesg L. Fordg H. Bukerg R. Kidderg
M. Haywardg R. Streeter.
FRONT ROW, I. -- R: Advisor
Mr. Welchg M. Robertsg T.
Romaineg L. Simpsong R. Gay,
T. Chadwickg R. Brownellg B.
French. BACK ROW: S. Smith
W. Vaughng W. Daytong D.
Hislerg W. Ordwayg S. I-Ieathg
Secretary: Sally Prescott
Treasurer: Susan 0h1er
Vice -President: Peter Roos
President: Janice Currier
FRONT ROW, L -- R: D. Rocheg P.
jones5 S. Prescottg M. Saxbyg D.
Fitch5 C. Morri1l5 D. Prescott. BACK
ROW E. Ionesg R. Brianasg M. Parson
B. Goveg P. Wilsong R. Eichellg S.
FRONT ROW, L -- R: D. Blairg E.
Hathawayg R. Folsong I. Patterng A.
Chadwickg R. Charlesg R. Ansart.
BACK ROW I. Emersong R. Heathg
Webbg I. Leeg D. Spauldingg K.
Whee1er5 D. Shaw.
FRONT ROW, L -- R: M.
Richardsong S. Bealsg A.
Petersong L. Baileyg I. Iewellg
J. Tiltong Advisor M.r. Forbes.
BACK ROW M. Davisg S.
Sawyerg K. Mi11er5 L, Ritchieg
K. Nagleg J. Currierg M.
FRONT ROW, L -- R: Advisor
Mr. Charpentierg P. Roosg
D. Mi11er3C. Decatnrg J.
Hodgesg M. Cochran5 G.
Wells. BACK ROW D. Graccg
H. Eatong W. Prescott5 M.
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FRONT ROW L -- R: I. Noonang V. Deang G. Rogersg M. Mullerg M. Simondsg K. Graceg V. Gayg C. Cheneyg
I. Iohnstong I. Foleyg Mr. Marston. MIDDLE ROW: S. Patten5 B. Eavensg J. Deang T. Kirwang R. Greeng J.
Andrewsg R. MacMichae13 T. Nilesg R. Dayton5 R. Derbyg R. Heathg J. Jeffrey' R. Gay. BACK ROW: R.
K1dder5 R. PYICCQ 1. Ballmg D. Sleburgg R. Kimballg A. Sholesg D. DeLandg R. ,Marton5 M. MacMichae13 T.
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FRONT ROW L -- R: A. Badmingtong S. Duford, M. Allyng P. Wheelery L. Sholesg D. Lyonsg M. Mullerg A.
Connellg M. Bealsg K. Kinsmang S. Whee1er3F. Spauldingg D. Benedictg S. Buker. MIDDLE ROW: S. Olandg
S. Lu115E. Toddg S. Wheelerg P. Spragueg D. Oppenheimerg B. Cochrang L. Grayshang G. Spragueg 1. Wallaceg
B. Wheelerg I. Hathawayg S. Oland. BACK ROW: T. Raynog G. Raynog J. Emersong M. Williamsg S. Baileyg
I. Kiermang G. Campbell: G. Williamsg S. Benedictg Advisor Mrs. Barter.
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much like our own Galaxy. Two satellite nebulae ap-
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B. Chadwickg N. Purpleg C. Hurdg S. Buker. STANDING: B. Chadwickg M. Mullerg Secretary-Treasurerj.
L -- R: P. Wilsong P. Pomeroyg S. Ne!
Donald. BACK RO '
song P. Davisg M. Blakey K. Ansart
W. M. Herseyg D. Hathawayg B. G -
C. Clapperg J. Tiltong D. Bolto -
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BACK ROLN: 1. Brianas, L. Parson,, A. Peter-
sen, M. Lash, S. Sawyer, 1. Lull, B. Klotz
R. Eichell, K. Howard, B. Chadwick.
L. to R.: R. Cricenti, J. Emerson, D. Connell,
L toR 'S Beals B. Brown, B. Duford,
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J. Currier, E. jones, L. Neumann,
Philbrick, L. Sawyer, J. DeLand,
Cook. FRONT ROW: S. Hartwell,
Ohler, M. Bewley, C. Barrett, L.
Woodman, I. Cheney, N. Parker,
L. to R.: B. Barrett, B. Connell,
R. Spaulding, R. Neumann, C.
Haskell, C. Campbell, R. Shaw
BACK ROW: D. Spaulding, M.
Cochran, D. Kidder, Ci. Booth,
R. Thomas, D. Ramsey, R.
Kidder, M. Butler.
L. toR '1stROW'L wlsodman Mr C u C H
.. . . , . ur ss, . oward, R. Cricenti, K. Wheeler, D. Mathewson, L.
Lauridson, M. Bewley, S. MacIntosh, B. Brown, T. Little, B. Chadwick. 2nd ROW: J. Badmitton, J. Jeffey,
D. Pellerin, S. Heath, C. Campbell, L. Neumann, E. jones, S. Sawyer. 3rd ROW: W. Hayes, L. Allyn, L.
Towne, J. Hodges, J. Currier, R. Shaw, D. Kidder, K. West, R. Shaw, J. Kiernan, T. Niles. 4th ROW: L.
Sawyer, C. Barrett, N. Currier, B. Cochran, R. Barrett, S. Bailey, B. Duford, T. Kirwan, S. Lull. 5th
ROW: D. R ' ' '
amsey, C. Brown, L. Balley, M. Brown, M. Philbnck, P. Currier, M. Cochran.
Head Majorette M. Barrett, L.
Woodman, J. Rogers, B. Mac-
Donald, P. Pomeroy, A. Cook.
Boys' Ensemble Girls' Ensemble
C. Knowles, G. Booth, H. Blunt. "The Extremes"
Comet Cunningham as seen in December, 1940. Time
exposure causes stars to make tracks on picture.
-Ml. Wilson and Palomar Observatories
R. Cricenti, R. Neumann, M. DeLand,
D. Mathewson, D. Gay.
B. Connell, P. Rayno, D. Connell, R. Barrett, P. Roos.
Co-capts: R. Spaulding, D. Connell
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L. to R. FRONT ROW: Mr. Hill, W. Chadwick, R. Barrett, R. Cricenti, D. Connell, M. DeLand, D.
Mathewson, R. Spaulding, R. Neumann, D. Gay, B. Connell, P. Rayno, P. Roos, L. Spaulding, Man-
agers I-I. Wright, P. Currier. BACK ROW: D. Shaw, D. Miller, N. Crisp, B. Vaughn, S. White, D. Sliter,
R. Kidder, D. Ramsey, B. Chadwick, -G. Kimball, R. Jones, H. Buker, J. Lee, F. Richards, D. Spaulding
This year's soccer team had a moderately successful season. With
four wins, two ties, and six losses, the team was eligible for the
State Tournament playoffs for the fourth straight year when we
lost to Tilton-Northfield in an exciting overtime period, two to
New London Bristol . . .
New London Hopkinton .
New London Goffstown .
New London Hillsboro ....
New London Pittsfield ....
New London Tilton-Northfield
New London Hopkinton ....
New London Goffstown . .
New London Hillsboro ....
New London Pittsfield ....
New London Tilton-Northfield
New London Bristol .....
New London. l Tilton-Northfield
New London 27
Towle 264 . 44
Stevens 281 .59
New London 26
Towle 262. 20
New London 282.7
New London placed
eighth in the Class
"L" meet in'North
State Division B-1 Meet
Hinsdole 258 .53
Peterborough 2129. 70
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FRONT ROW L-- R: Mr Marston D Connell J. Preston K West D. Davis D. Kidder R. Kidder, B
Cricenti, Mr., Forbes. SECOND ROW: 'A. Saxbyi K. Shermlm, .D. I-Iisler, D. Hiysler, B. Buteher, R. Cove.
BACK ROW: D. Ramsey, N. Crisp, A. Chadwick, R. Gay.
BACK ROW: H. Wright, Mgr. 5 B. Conne115D. Gayg M. DeLand3 R. Spaulingg R. Shawg P. Currier, Mgr.5
Coach Hill. FRONT ROW: P. Raynog J. A11eygD. Mathewsong R. Neumanng R. Barrettg W. Chadwick.
New London 70 Alton
New London 66 Epping
New London 39 Walpole
Coach Hill's "Bobbies" of our senior
year had a considerably good season.
Their season record showed 10 wins and
6 losses and they won 2 of the 3 games
played in the New Hampshire interscho-
lastic Athletic Association tournament
series. Leading varsity scores were
Doug Mathewson and Rich Neumann, with
a total of 302 points and 246 points re-
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RONT ROW, L -- R: B. Duford, M. Brown, I. Downs, G. Cote, B. Klotz, I. Belanger I jillson C Sawyer
. Bewley, L. Neumann. SECOND ROW: Coach Taylor, J. DeLand, K. Johnston I Merrill D Prescott N
'ller, J. Lull, M. Lask, S. Prescott, C. Miller, S. Beals. BACK ROW: N. Leab M Davis P Pomeroy P
nes, E. jones, L. Sawyer, E. Grayshan.
New London Hopkinton
New London Goffstown
New London Bristol
New London Hillsboro
New London Sunapee
New London Tilton-Northfield
New London Hopkinton
New London Bristol
New London Goffstown
New London Hillsboro
New London Tilton-Northfield
FRONT ROW, L -- R: T. Little, Mgrugj. Emersong P. Roosg R. Jones B Chadwlck R Streeter Coach
Charpentier. BACK ROW: J. Ieffreyg D. Spauldingg S. Baileyg H. Buker J Lee D Shaw R Martm R
He ath .
Tilton - Northfield
L. to R.
L. to R.
L. to R.
Coach Hill and
FRONT ROW L-R: D. Harris, R.
Messer, D. Mathewson, W.
Wheeler, W. Chadwick, J. I-lodges,
R. Billingsley, R. Barrett, P.
Rayno. BACK ROW: Mr. Hill, P.
Armstrong, L. Simpson, R.
Spaulding, D. I-Iisler, R. Streeter,
Mgrs. I-I. Wright. Absent: R.
Sunapee . . ,. . .
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New London. . 15 Sirnonds . . . . . . 4
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Richard Messer tags Bob
T . mar shown
pointing directly overhead.
he 200-inch Hale telescope on M! Palo
and Palomar Observatories
Best Wishes to the Class of 1964
LAUREN CE R. SPAULDIN G
PLUMBING AND HEATING
NEW LONDON FUEL COMPANY
Best Wishes to the Class of T964
SUGAR 'N SPICE
"Drop in and have a meal or a snack"
FREE DOM ACRES FARM
THE CHlLDREN'S SHOP
New London, N.H.
THE COUNTRY PRESS
New London, N.H.
Don Davis Browsing
Best wishes to the
Class of 1964
CLAYTON A. MILLER
Elkins, N. H.
Congratulations and Best Wishes
to the Graduates
Bus drivers: - Red -Ed B. - Fred - Ralph
EDMUNDS' BUS LINE
Best Wishes to the
Class of 1964
Tel. LA 6-6541
Students Always Find
Something To Buy At
THE VILLAGE STUDIO
CURRIER AND PHELPS
Grease And Oils
Andover, N.H. Tel. 735-5234
Radio Dispatch Service
- - 1.::Qr1r.e
-- - :mee
Donnie picks out
KIDDER a ski parker at the
Jean Enjoys The Friendly Services of Mrs. Anna Rich.
THE NEW LONDON TRUST CO.
Member of the F. D. I. C.
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NEW LONDON FLORISTS
BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP
NEW LONDON INN BARBER SHOP
SILHOUETTE BEAUTY SHOP
Clarence and Barbara Lull Prop.
Plumbing and Hearing
SHIRLEY S. CALL SL CO
North Sutton, N. H.
Best Wishes To The Class of '64
NEW LONDON CLEANERS
Tel. LA. 6-6541
"Where you can get most anything"1
New London, N. H. Phone IA 6-2261
New London, N. H. Tel. LA. 6-4041
PREW'S RADIO AND TELEVISION HAYWARD REFRIDGERATION CO.
New London, N . H .
New London, N . H .
To the Class of '64
Best Wishes from
ROGER'S BOATE L, INC.
WALTON W. CHADWICK
NEW LONDON AGENCY
REAL ESTATE 8. INSURANCE
New London, N.H.
MT. SUNAPEE MOTEL
Mt. Suncupee New Hompshire
JOHN R. KELLY PHARMACY INC.
John R. Kelly Jr., B.S., Reg. P.H.
Phone IOO Newport N. H.
Elkins, N. H.
THE HAYWARD PRIDE
New London N.H.
E. A. DEXTER JEWELERS
Giffsf Wclch cmd Jewelry Repairing
"We becl The bushes
you gel The buys."
TRY WHITE 8. WHITE
Newport and New London, N. H.
Newport 730 New Lonclon LA. 6-7IOI
Best Wishes To The Class of 1964
THE NEW LONDON BOWLING CENTER
"BowI Candlepins -- The Ideal Recreation"
MIKE THE BARBER
AUDIO ENGINEERING CO
New London, N.H.
Prop- Mr. ond Mrs. Fred S. Gorton
New London, N.H.
Above: A short step toward disarmament was taken with cautious optimism with
the signing of the limited nuclear test ban treagf in Moscow. Seated' Sec. cy'
State Dean Rusk, Andrei Gromjko, LordHome. Premier Khrushchevstands be-
hind Lord Home next to UNM Secretapf General U Thant, Adlai Stevenson and
U. S. Congressional leaders. Right photo: Red Chinese-Russian re
worsened during the year as they battled fir leadership cy' world comm
This Moscow meeting between Mikhail Suslov, lql, and Teng Hsaio-P
August failed to produce accord. '
An unidentyied priest went to the aid
if a wounded soldier during a revolt in
Venezuela. For this picture Hector
Rondon won the 1963 Pulitzer Prize
pr news photography.
Mm? World Events in Review-196
Pope Paul VI began his reign after the
death eJPope john XXIII. Pope Paul re-
convened the Ecumenical Council and at
jear's end planned an unprecedenledjournq
to the Hob: Land.
Lgt, below: Dr, Helge Ingstad veteran Norwegian explorer fzund remains
house Viking settlement in Newfoundland dating 500 years bwre Columbus.
A huge landslide into Vaiont Reservoir in northern Itaba sent a wall if water
the vallgv below destnyring Longarone and killing some 3,000 people.
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