New Salem Academy - Memoriae Yearbook (New Salem, MA)

 - Class of 1955

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I Q , . . .M we . ,T s . 0 C 0 I l ll ' -,I U fxvefwrxg LD FOKIAL X H CA Amerlca lS a com1on word to us but to a foreigner lt is an enchanting word rep esen lng freedom, uccess, and happl ness These three words are commonplace in the United states and are taken for granted bv all of us But let us take a closer look at these words and see jdst what they mean to people of other lands Freedom means to be able to do as one wishes, providing he breaks no moral or soclal laws Freedom means to be able to worshlp the God of one's cnoice and to express an Op1n1OH without fear of a d1ctator's punishment Freedom means to be able to jOlD organlzatlons for ClV1C improvements, attend town meetlngs, work at the vocation one prefers, and 1n all these thlngs have their ODlHlODq llstened to, calculated and pOSS1bly used bveryone lS guaranteed these frecdoms and many more 1n the COHStltuflOH The freedom are tae flrst ten amendments commonly called tne Bill of R1 nts How many Americans have studled thc B111 thoroug lyv All too few, we are certaln, doms, he wodld flnd cnse of xell belng and importance there we all know Amerlca a land of opportunity but one cannot PS1llZE the Va tness of thls opportunlty unless he sees lt throu h the eyes of a forelgn born lmmigrant The fOP6lgHSW is amazed t the progre s 1n american IPHUS try, farmlng, mlntng, clence, and educatlon In most for elgn countrles a farmer 19 a poor man, an lndustrlallst 1 a wealthy capltallst, and ClGht1StS are elther deported, 6XtSPWlH3tbd, or made to worl for the state In our land of free enterprlzc, however, each lndlvldual has an equal cnance of obtalnlnp wealth, educatlon, and soclal prestige From thls knowledge, that all doors are open to us in this country, we derlve happiness Our happlness lS based on thc sccurlty th t the oonortunltj for a full and rich llfe presents ltself, and we are but to reach for t 3 S 9 5 N A I 5 Q7 F - ,.. 1 ' 5 zfi'I ' ' ' Lf K ' r t' s '- ' . U , O h v O ' O . , . . ' D I O 'W I J 9 - n, 1 . . A , . J Q 110 1 AA , . K 1 K .gl I A X A but if each American would take the time to study his free- , ' ' a se , v ' - O r . ' is ' L . FS. q . h. g L X ,' Q ' . - r A 1 Ex A r S LJ. " - - . .. If T S . F I 0 " a 0 cl r I ' I D 0 S . . , , S , . F . V L' I . X L ' . ' A . 3 - . . .- , . . . . J, - O . . L K . . g K . . . -A ' . 3 .A : . 1 . A . i . MEMORIAE Cf'IfXQ7OQ7fN5J"x3 Let us try, in all walks of llfe, to become good clti zens If we are to get our ldeas across, we must remember that a factory is judged by lts product and weare the prod uets of America I8 must be good products in order to s1ow others in this world the way to freedom, success, and happi ness Marcia LaClaire Richard Leighton SHOULD COMMUNISM BE TAUGHT IN AM RICAN SCHOOLS? For the past years we have been teaching Democracy in our ClV1CS and Cltizenship courses ln our schools We have stlmulated these courses with pep talks on democracy W th1nk nothing could be more effective than to line true de mocracy up against other polltical phllosophies Democracy has more to offer manklnd than any practlcal demonstrations of total1tarian1sm, communlsm, naziism or fasclsm Since Com unism in this partlcular era is trying to undermlne and destroy our modern democracy, it is of the ut most lmportance that thls subject should be taught 1H our American High Schools and Colleges Commuism should b taught cr1t1cally and analvtlcally just as a scientist would analyze a polson ln order to be able to defeat its effects There lS ent rely too much lgnorarce ln regard to the Soviet Flfth Column in th1S countrv, how lt operates, and the phi losophy whlch drlves t on Only educat on can make us real 1ze that Communlsm cannot be negotlated wlth, cannot be com pPOmlZbd witn, and cannot bc appcased Only by brlnglng the facts to light can we learn the methods and means of combat lng the evll Vlctor Krauchenko, formel Sov1et offlclal, stated, Con- dltions ln AMSPICQ present the most fertlle soil for Soviet esplonage Durlng the past decade much has taken place to support thc truth of this statement We have found Com unism and Communists predomlnatlng some parts of our government, our labor organlzations, educatlon, and even our rellgion Some of our old American groups have been undermined or taken over by 0OmmUD1St Organizatlons with democratic and loyal American names have been used as fronts to project and to proclalm the beneflts of Communism. It is, therefore, highly lmportant that the AmGP1C3H student be familiar wlth the numerous methods by whlch Com unlsm grows and spreads 4 Q . P - . 0 - S - A ' 4 1 Q " L . I - o 'E . U v .L 1 L I I I O ' 0 Q . o 8 Q - 5 I 0 u . D I U l A -. Q e Q A - . . Q Q ' K ' 0 G Q . Q .. -4 U e . l .1 q Q Q - 1 -1 . A. . . 'YQ Q . . - 4 ll - Q 4 1 Q A .L Q I 1 " Q Q Q . X . - ,, Q , I u Q x 7 4' . . . .- Q Q l . 1 . . . H e . Q . L ' N ' N 1 'V Q. ' I . . . L ' .A . o Q - , K 4 c . . x 5 . G 1 u LI. r . Q Q Q . . Q Q ' . I ANSA O 19 55 K-flf-Xvvfx0'X-KD Such knowledge would enable one to ascertain which group or whlch organlzation he should support On the other hand, if Communlsm 1S to be taught ln our Amerlcan schools, lt lS of the greatest importance that the teachers of thls subyect be screened very carefully If in no other section of the school system, the teachers of thls subject should be requlred to take a loyalty oath It lS of extreme lmportance that the teachers of this course do not use thls POS1tlOn to advance COmWHHlSm or for proselytism In the lntroductlon of new courses ln our educational system, it is necessary to welgh the advantages and dlsad vantages We believe that the beneflts derlved from knowlng about Communism, so that it can be combated intelligently, far outweigh the posslble d1 advantages that might occur in the wrong selectlon of teachers To preserve our democracy we must be always vlgllant Marllyn Haney Karl Maier O WORLD O world, thou cdoose t not the better par It 13 not wlsdom to be only W1 e, But lt is wisdom to belleve the heart Columbus found 3 wo li, and had no chart Save one that fait? ieclphered 1n the skles To trust the soul's lnv nclble surmlse Was all hls sclencc and his only art Our knowledge 1S a torch of smoky pine That llghts the pathway but one step ahead Across a vold of mystery and dread Bld, then, the tendfr llght of falth to shlne By whlch alone the mortal heart is led Unto the thlnklng of thc thought devfne George Santayana S Q7 l O I U I . . , . . . O . - . . D . U - I l I . .S . Al . O 1 I s - tl . .K .S And on the inward vision close the eyes, 0 L . O 1. , ,4 r ' 1' f , f C L f . . . 3 in y . i . , . K . Q , . . JV I . A . .A A3 i . MEMORIAE QigixpsB"rl:D Age 18 October 6 1936 Welght 158 Brown halr Helght S ll' Blue eyes New Salem Academy l,2,3 M Agricultural Course l,2,3 Student Councll Representatlve Baseball 2 nVld6O Varlet es Keep Mov ng Glee Club 1, Salemlca Staff M Yearbook Staff wlnter Carnival Kln Chicken Pie Supper First Aid l Russell Henry Alden 'Rum Warwick Russell Alden 18 a hardy fellow from the hllls of of enter and ready wlll Miss concerned ou t e azea Rus ell has provlded hours talnment for H13 class WltH H18 qulck wlt replles e are sure thit the faculty Russell Hls tenac ty WHCFG H13 work is will undoubtedly make bln succcssful CLASS GlFlS 6 M 3 Y U 1 J 3 L 1 - 1 1 A 1 ' ' Q . n . I 2 - fu n , ti- 3 Y H i Ll LL I N " Warwick. His humor and wit are well known through- t h - 1 Q S . 1- ' , A. . A A. . P . U . W A . , 1 L Q-: I 1. . . '. - ,i "c .' a J L .-.L A A x O YT! S Czljif A"rx CD ff'rzV.,N1:j 'Livv Leo is the boy from Orange He always catches the bus on time, because the alarm clock awakens h1m promptly Jim Patrick finds Leo and his rabbits very amusing, but Leo doesn't mind He is a good natured boy who gets along wlth the teach ra JO1 derfully Good Luck, Leo Age 18 November 18, 1936 Weight 135 Brown hair Height 5 10 Brown eves Gould Academy 1 College Course 1 Agricultural ourse 2,3 H 'Video Varlef es 3 Yearbook Staff FFA 2 Chicken P1e Suoper Leo Marcus Bottomly Curly Orange 7 '95 5 Y7 I 1 1 H Y b Ni New Salem Academy 2,3,h 1 1 0 -L Ji ll , I 1" 1+ 1 . ' A M '. I H I 5 l, . .,. . .., HT.. - - Il ll MEMORIAE V eww Age 19 Aprll 16 1936 Welght 117 Brown nalr H6lght S' 1' Brown eyes N w Salem Academy 1,2 3 L Hou ehold A ts Course 1 2 Class Treasurer l Student Coun 11 1 Vldeo rletles Keep Novln Glee Club l,2,3,h Gle6 Club Llbzarlan Sprlng Musmoale l 2 3 M Salemlc Staff l,h Yearboox Qtaff M FiA 3 A Stvle Snow l 2,3 lome WUWSlDg and Chlld Ca wlnter Oarnlval Queen rustees Banquet Ch1Ck9U Ple Supper Flr t 41d l VlV13D Ro e M3FlP Bourbedu Viv Farley A wonderful frlend to all lS VlVlaP who comes from rarley She 1S one o our talented clasemates who llkes to draw and has Helped us on our s Hool pa per, tremendously Altnougn Vlflen doesn't say much, Je VHOJ that she and Eddle h ve g eat olans for the fdture Good lucv to Nou, Vlvlan FLAS w H151 ORY 8 PG Y .9 A v . I I X b S - - lx 9 rf X S 'e I' 9 13 J-L 'Q 1 C- . xy Q Q ,Ja 3 U - U ' 3 J . . mx j 7 . -, . ' ' ' 3 1 I . KJ N, I J' .. , ,, A ?N , ' J , ! Y - 1 1, L V ' 7 ,LL 4 , . . 1 '1 1 - ,. . 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' ve , v "o e r A n Q . - 1 n - 0 U .w v 1 J A - C:lf"WfANx Cb -X"NNi:D .S vv Robert Brackley 1S our class vice presldent, and we all think he is a good one In the four years he has been with us he has contrlbuted a good many hours of his time toward clas proyects He is known and liked by everyone 10 our school and we feel sure he wlll be well llxed at tho UHiVGPS1ty of Massachusetts, where he plans to further his education Age 17 July 22, 1937 Welght 155 Brown halr Helgnt 5 lO Blue eyes New Salem Acad my l 2,3 Agrlcultural Course 1 2 3 Class Vlce presldent Baseball 3 Basketball 3 NSA 1955 1 Q T7 I 3 ,' n . . ee 9 sh . . 2 Y ,LF - , L, JL Video Varietiesn 3 U A A ' HL . -if LP 7+ . .U .A+ 1, ,LL Q ,,u . .V it M I L ll 1 I-3 we V71 'Keen MOV1Hg Glee Club l Sprlng Musicale 1, Salemica Staff A Vearbook Staff 4 FFA 1,2,3 A FFA Sentlnel 3 FFA Treasurer FFA Banquet Frult Judglng Poultry Judg ng 2,3 Vegetable Judglng 2 3 Speaklng Conte t 3 Chlcken Plc Suooer Honor Roll 1 2,3 Student Councll Vlce prfsldcnt u Robert Farl Brackley 'Brick Athol CLASS DA! ALDR SS OF IELCOnn 9 MEMORIAE Q7i7 Age 17 October 10, 1937 M I Weight 3 Brown hair Qwdh Height llu Hazel eyes New Salem Academy l,2,3 Household Arts Course 1,2 Class Secretary l Class lreasurer 2 +'s Student Councll 1,2 Cheerleader 2,3 uVld8O Varietles 'Keep Mov ng Glee Club l,2,3 Sprlng Muslcale l,2,3, Salemica Staff L Yearbook Staff FHA 1,2 3,M Home Nursing and Child Care First Aid l Style Show l,2,3, Trustees Banquet Chicken Pie Supper Usherette 3 Queen's Attendant 2,h Jean Vera Carey Jeanne Moores Corner A nicer glrl than Jeanne lS very rare She is a friend to all and is fun lov ng Although small she goes for sports, has been a peppy and cute cheerleader for the school, and tH1S year she was elected tH61P captaln ve hope you have loads of happiness and the best of luck ln the future, Jean CLASS HISTORY IO Q7 s ' K ,4 ' . , rf ' L., , L 1 T ' . 4' ' LI' 'J ,Q3'ffi 1 'jill' flu? 'W Q 39,4- 3 :4'1'1 ' .., 111V flg fx' 4 'J-,ii . O 2 :'f'1.,,,f. a vhfffgffdggx 1 Basketball l,3,U '1 U .f g 1 7 ' V J' i H 14 ' ' U ' QQ? rl U o n ,LL LL if, ' .' - V 5 ,, I A 2 g' ' V 3 M rig. g V , " Y . " .FZ ' 'Q . M .. f M . " , A . il . A . . i . A - . . L o EJ NO Cllg V' V John Carey is an Wendell He has lot during hls plans to become good start We enterprising young fellow' from listened carefully and learned a four years at our Academy a dairy farme and has a rretty feel sure that John will be a success and the cows will appreciate his cons1der ation and care Age 18 December 6 1936 weight 1L+8 Brown hair Height S 5 Brown eyes New Salem Academy 1 2,3 Agricultural Course l 2 Class Treasurer 3 Student Council 3 'Video Variet es 3 Yearbook Staff FFA 1 2,3 L+ Dairy Judglng 3 Lp. Poultry Judglng 3 L+ First Aid l ChlCk8n Pie Supper Keeper of the Clock John David Carey John Jendell CLASS PROPHECY I I NSA 1955 ' K ' Q7 - . ' ' . . He 1 LN QHII 2 , .LL I 1331+ 1 ' L 1 n I L+ . 3 A 1+ n n V MEMONAE f"N i7'Q7 Age 18 March 25, 1937 welght 120 Blond halr Helght S 51' Blue eyes New Salem Academy l 2,3, Agrlcultural Course l,2,3, Class President 3 Student Council 3 nV1dGO Varlet es Glee Club 1, Sprlng Musicale l, Yearbook Staff FFA 1 2,3 u FFA Presldent Tractor Drivlng 1,2,3, Dalry Judglng 2 3, Poultry Judging 2 LlVGStOCk Jud ing 3 Mllk Judging Speaklng Contest Pen Wouslng Exhlbit Farm Mochanlcs Flrst Aid 1 FFA Banquet Chlcken Pie Supper M Good Government Day Representatlve 3 donor Roll 3 M Alphonse Ernest Chenausky Al North Orange Al a future farmer from North Orange, 1S always busy 1mpPOV1Hg the farm He has farmed slnce he was knee hlgh to a grasshopper Al's favorite topic lS h1s Farmall tractor and attacoments H can talk about them untll he 19 blue ln the face We all hope he w1ll be successful in developlng a well managed and modern farm CIASS PROPHECY IQ A v ' , u V . bp y .lt .ui-N3 '. M M !t', LL ' u ' ' ' ,M A ' ,M f. 5 T .4 g -hu I .1 - M A . M OA,-lib Y7'Y7 Warren Fellows is the name of a good fellow from Warwick He has several abllitles and has contrl buted greatly to our baseball team, our glee club and our class His trumpet has prov1ded hours of entertalnment to all of us, and we feel sure that Warren will be missed after he is graduated Age 18 September 15, 1936 Weight l58 Brown hair Height 6 l Brown eyes Agrlcultural Course l,2,3, Class President l Student Council 1 student COUDC11 Re resentatlve 2 Baseball l,2,3,4 uV1dGO Varlet es 3 Glee Club l 2,3 Gle Club Librarlan Salemica Staff l 3, Yearbook Staff FFA 1,2 FFA Treasurer 2 Warren Edgar Fellows nUncle Wannle Warwick I3 NSA 1955 C Y7 Qt. all --n i , n C New Salem Academy l,2,3,h M g a . P , 0 Q if W Q :Lf S lv , Ll- LL 3 Q ll A MEMORIAE C7i7 Age 17 January 21, 1938 Weight 119 Blond hair Height 5 109 Brown eyes New Salem Academy l,2,3 College Course l,2,3 Household Arts Course Student Council Representatlve h Basketball 1 2,3 Basketball Co ca ta1n nvldeo Varieti "Keep Mov ng LL Glee Club l,2,3, Spring Musicale 1 2,3 Salemica StaPf 3 French Club 2,3, FHA 3 A PHA Regional Gonventlon 3 Home Nurslng and Chlld Care FlPSt Aid l Style Show 3 Trustees Banguet Chlcken Pie Supper Usherette 3 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tbmorrowll Marllyn Ann Haney Emma New Salem If you see someone w1th a smlling face and a very cheerful personality, lt lS very likely to b Marllyn She will be mlSS9d very much next year, especlally by the basketball team, as she was one of our star players Ne know that Marllvn w1ll be a success in whatever she does in the future CLASS POEM I4 C7 .- , ' , 3 wg ' - I S. . h ' ' ' Y ,LL ' LE L C . 9 'QL-L . , - L: L+ B, es 3 . 1 " A LL IL ,LL A . ? Yearbook Associate Editor L, 3 LL A 1 , . L 5 n ' - L LL ' ,LL . LL - L n W . 1 v . e favovfs ,X Fred Hardy better known as Smlley , came to New Salem as a sophomore H1s ever present grin and witty humor has provided his classmates Nlth end less hours of amusement We feel ure that ne m8SOI'1 Age 18 A ril 10, 1937 Weight l 8 Brown hair Helght 6 l Brown eyes Athol High School 1 New Salem Academy 2,3, General Course 1 Agricultural Course 2,3 Baseball 2 Baseball Mana er 3 Basketball 3 nVldGO Variet es 3 Yearbook Staff FFA 2 3 FFA Banquet 3 Dalry Judvlng 3 Chlcken Ple Supper Fred Paul Hardy HSm1l vu Athol CLASS :ISTORV lu NSA 1955 I B D U "' Q7 ll - H , I l I' will keep his customers laughing whenohe becomes a . Ei., . r Q . L W 1 ,ll A ,L C ' i YY LL ! . . L+ Q ! . . ,J Ll- MEMORIAE Cflfxvrvfxfxb A IfVF x1 2 3 Y H 1 1 VNV 0 W T H, L bl T 'I U I Off P Q J OFT 0 JJ lc NY' J M, 1 ,1'g11 vcrett Luv nf H ldv: 1 F LYM E11 Up-Qvlp 7qfN L '11 Op L1 ik? 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F7j.O WR'UHlFY NSA 5 f" ,,,s6'Xvvfj-XD As our class secretary, Evelyn has done a wonderful Job She is always ready and.wil11ng to do any thlng for anyone Her musical ability is far reaching for she 15 the le ding alto ln the glee c ub She has been one of the 'Salemettes also plays tne piano We'11 never forget Evelyn and we W111 be welcome anytime we come to vlsit her in her home Age 17 January 17, 1938 'Height mc Brown hair- Height S 3 Blue grey eyes New Salem Academy 1 2 3 Household Arts Course 1 2,3, Class Secretary 2 3 Student Councll 2 3 Student Councll Sec e Cheerleader 3 I' tary Tre Sure? b nV1d9O Variet es 3 nKeep Mov ng Glee Club 1,2 3 Glee Club P1esident Sprlng Musl all 1 2 3 Salemlca Stafl Yearbook Staff FHA 1 2 3 A FHA Vice pr 1d nt 3 FHA Presldclv Home Nurslng and Child Care FHA Roglonal Coxvention 3 First Aid 1 J' Stylt Show 1 2 3 Tru Lees Banquet C1 ss Parshal 3 Fhloken P e Supper Honor Roll 1,2 Evelyn June Joslin E ' Warwlck CLASS WILL I7 O 195 I Q7 Q. . 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'R ., RJ kd sw of LL Y 0 9 9 J , s' F , Q , T-L 51 Y 1 'E 1 L . ll n vw - MEMORIAE AO C:l"'b C257 Age 16 August 29 1938 Weight 118 Brown halr Helght S 1 Blue eyes New Salem Academy l 2,3 Household Arts Course l,2,3 Class T easurer Student Councll M Basketball 3 Cheerleader 3 'Vldeo Vario 1 'Keep MOV1D Glee Club 1,2,3,h Glec Club Secretary Sprlng Muslcale l 2 3 Salemlca Staff 3 Yearbook Co edltor FHA l,2,3,U FHA Secretary 2 3, FHA State Treasurer FHA Reglonal Conventlon 3 Home Nurslng and Child Care First A1d 1 Style Show 1 2,3, Trustees Banquet w-V Usherette 3 Queen's Attendant Honor Roll 1 2 3 Natlooal Honor Soclety 3 American Agrlculturist Award 3 Good Government Day Representatlve h Marcia SlmOH8 LaC1a1re Marcia North Leverett Though he is qulet and of few words, Marcla 1S a sweet and friendly glrl Her present grades show that she wlll be an honor student t Framlngham The glrls who get h r for a hom LCOHOWICS tc ch r Mill thlDk sh lS t slr best teacher CL1SS JILL I8 . , 9 . : ' v MQW , ,LL .M r P ' M f M V J I I - tags!! 3 I - HL' 0 A g A 1 ' it ! . ' . 3 :Ll- Q s ,ft y y I - M LL 3 . ' 1+ A , E x chicken Pie Supper L y 1+ ' . I 1 ih- Il H A N SA O M-I 'lfxv JWX3 Roy LaC1aire is from Moores Corner His Quiet manner has won him a great number of frlends His green and white car 1S well known in New Salem, and his baseball playing ability is 'well known wherever our team plays Ve feel sure that Roy will succeed in whatever he may undertake after he graduates Age 18 May 28, 1937 Weight 175 Broun hair Height S 6 Hazel eyes New Salem Academy l,2,3 Agrlcultural Course 1,2 Baseball 2,3 L 'Video Varlet e 3 Glee Club l Spring Musieale l FFA 1 2 3,h First Aid 1 Chicken Pie Supper Roy Allen LaCla1re nTarzan Moores Corner I9 nqss' , N 3 Q7 , V 5 1 gil 1 I i , ,LL s ,3,f+ I -,jk S!! 9 J LL Il 5 Al Richard Royal Leighton Late North Orange MCMORIAE ff'x f7Y7 Age 18 April 23 1937 Welght 160 Brown halr Height 6' 2U Hazel eyes New Salem Academr l,2,3, Agrlcultural Course l,2, Class Vice presldent l Class President 2, Student Councll l,2, Student Council Preslden 7ldGO V3TlGtlCq Voep Movlng Glec Club l Sprlng Muslcale 1 Salemlca Staff 2 Yearbook Co edltor P A l,2,3 M FFA Vlce presldent 2, Speaklng Contest 1 2,3 State Speaklng Contest l Dalry Judglng 2,3 L1VGStOCk Judglng 3 hllk Products Judglng Gypsy Aoth Control 1 PFA Banduet Chicken Ple Supper KlHQ'S Attendant 3 Honor Roll 1,2 3 Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 Debatlng 2 Dlck is a swell farm kid with the abllity to go further on in llfe Knowlng h1s ablllty ln leader shlp, scholastlc St8HdlDgS, and lDt61llg6DC8, ve hope that he goes a lone way toward hls goal ln SUCCGSQ GRA UALION ADDRESQ OF HVLCOIL IGNOU QQAI Q J 3 t T7 ' '1 . A -t L+ . D L 4 5L!l f ut' -A ,Ln I nA, - pn M 3 ' l I I .ah ' M ' J 0 J5- 1 -. - LL A p T XF h , . ' I. , - - - LL LL X 5 5. 5 'I I I u. . ,I ,hs Xxx . - ' .lb , ,f L LL 'f,J f 7 I ' s gin? ,Jig First Aid lil 1 , L - 1 1 he 5 E 1 2 , , ,Lt Q Q U ,u n Au 1 I I Q I xv - 'U 'cy 1 - . . IL! P' KY 'xl I-ICHZT' '.,.J ll T fh N Six sy f"SV.NNlD T7i7 Karl is a studious lad from Athol He has helped our class in many ways and we are certainly glad that he decided to finish school He has done many o' the odd Jobs which needec to be done and we have no doubt that he will succeed ln later life Age Zo May au, 1935 Weight 175 Brown hair , Helght S ll Blue eyes New Salem Acadely l,2,3 Agricultural Cours l 2 Student Councll Reprefentatlve Glee Club l 2,3,L Glec Club PWuSld nt Sprlnv Mu 1C l l 2 3 L Salenlc Stiff 2 3 Yoarboox A ocidtc Editor M FFA l 2,3 4 Farn MQChHnlCS Jud ing Frult Judging 2,3, Gyos Motn Control 2 Veg table Judglng 2 3, Flrst Ald l K1ng's Attendant Chlcken P10 Suoper Karl Frederlc Maler 'Rush' Athol GIFT 10 THE SCHOOL Q1 1 55 1 Y7 9 I li .Q l 1 Q ,. S, . , rv gmg3 3 F ,L+ il xii' ' 3 J 931g 'fit - Q ' 1 nKeep Movingn M ' Y . '5 -'- ' S LI- I ' 2' .z S' il C , , , r' a ual, , ,L - , ' FS L B ' D D ' J.. 4 3 ' E Lf, v W 5 D , - J ' I O 4 , ' , L+ I I rn -o MEMJKIAE ,f'Kx xl ff'N L1f"' i7'T7 f 'xN'm P Qrl Charlotte Marcf Perllt w vp Jun 29 l 'K lSO P 011 hal? P up .L ge lb J9lFkt qfl Ht Amo ret Hlg Qonool l ualen ACd46 j 2 lege Couls l 2 L Bnsketb ll 3 Basketball ucoreceeper lldco J8Fl6tlLS S Glee Club Q,3' Qprlnp Muslcale 2 3,4 oele 103 Co edltor Yearbook Stalf F1A 3 "Yr 0 Hovlr French Club 2 3 Fr-encl' Club lfesldent l Stfl pkow C lcceo Ple Supper L U bereftc 3 dooo Roll l,2, L Natloral ronor O01 ty 3 M rearl Wltl ber che rful nature h been 1 area bet to our cl e xnom she N111 ke be ber nlgb Sc ola tlc Qt wq nr bbrob bolt fr lltu P e PS lP cellefe 10103 L S V QQ f N lt Zl' fy f I I . - Z' -J I , , x- X ,, 5 ' , . v . . 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L - Q A- N S6LMxx 955 K-f5Q7t7 Oren North from Orange 13 one of th e best known students at NSA de is well liked by everybody for h1s frlendllness ands helpfulness Oren lS espe cially llked by the teachers because of hl marks a d Age l8 November 20, 1936 Weight l6S Brown halr Helght 6 Brown eyes New Salem Academy l 2,3, AgPlCu1tJP37 Course 1 'Video Varlet es 3 FFA 1 2,2 FFA Banquet 3 Oren Frederlck North HOvenH Orange Q 3 f'-', V I 6 ,f"IxX fx-J "4 - 0 tru Q7 . Y . . . J. 1 - ' . 's good n co-operation. . , . A , M 1 -. .1 le- H !213Jl+ S 1 , g. at PEW Jin VT Ollver, MEMORIAE b vhvv xf Jar H l 5 folght l33 Vrown Hal gbt 5' 5' n zfl Tc. S1l0m Ava HV Agrlvultural Cluz ' " ldf9 V8Pl6+l S J r Clul 1 upr1nQ Nusln lp l lx-Cal Plr t aid l nlc'en run Qurylr Sonny Rendell qulet unprb wtlou H Ilthur Uhr t r ldf 1 mann P qaQ vnn nlm wdng frlgrdv un ffldCl Jqat 0 r L r J dlliltc ut hp L OPP L 'N RA C Q4 Agn 17 ' ck 8, 9,3 T,' ' 1 ' 4 'A ,"r Heil- J l' Ha 3 oycs Jfw f'VL J dc.3 l,Q,3,L 'Q V fu Jac l,Q,3, Rf' Q " 50.15 3 flee J TTU w-if x .A ,174 .f LLA 7 Arif' tl S 5. C1-. .T1 wiv x -'v-E Wir 1- VC fn .3 ' JF. Y H 'y Warren Oliver is u quier fellow from Wendell. His ' , - ftgl ' 3 'f Q l , Dx ':. ,F ' "H,', He hai hoc fr 1 ndqgl 'n is vi l P,u :"'lJ vlll I1 sue af Q nl gre V fs b mf all fpil Lhat .,Q h. doc' gs hw W'll ant 2 j,wn Ani b, 2 sn ends. A fT X.',,.6'5NE94jf' 5,QN Jim Patrick hails from Orange He has contributed to our basketball and baseball teams, and his tal ent will be sorely missed He also judged vegeta bles and frult for the Agriculture Department Jim has contributed much to his school, and feel that thls earnestness about his work will be a great factor ln making him successful Age 17 October A 1937 Weight 168 Black ha1r Height 6 l Hazel eyes New Salem Academy 1 2,3 Agricultural Course l 2,3, Class Vlce president 2 3 Student Councll Re resentatlve l Baseball l,2, Basketball 3 nVld8O Varletles Glee Club 1 Yearbook Staff FFA l,2,3 FFA Secretary 2,3 Farm Mechanics Judging Fruit Judglng 1,2,3 Vegetable Judging l,2,3 FlPSt Ald l K1ng's Attendant L Ch1cken P1e Supper 4-'HY'-' James Bruce Patrick Jimmy Orange CLASS GIFTS Q5 N 5 gx lug 5 5 4,5 . U ls. Q7 W5 f I . 1 Il D 3 A , , LL -. , . .. p . 3 Student Council l,2,3 4 . . , . n 3 ' i - L - V A . 1+ . . 1 l H II fA5'fQDRiAl X ffx O 'fi Ape 18 October 28, 1936 Welght 130 Brown halr ff J I4 lbht 6 1' Blue eyes New Salem loademy l,2,3 Agrlrulturdl Course 1 Genelal Course Basketball 2 3 Baseball 1,2 V1 eo V3PlCt1C Glee Flub l,2,3,M Glee flu we rotav Spr np Muslc le l 2,3 rl? + All' FF1 B1 quot 3 ChlCkCH P1 ouoper M Ldvln Ashton Jtonoll ls, T " 11 N .salem Most f 1's classmstes 'nor hlm best alway belog on tlne Ed always llkes to GCOUOm1ZS so h uses the school bell 1F olace of so alarm clock Eddle had lt pretty ro gb Some dews rbeo the eatber :ss b d he Mould d ve Ol7B ano lUCHLS t vo to bool Vu prettx qul t 1U class som lm s, so qul t twat 1 O1 ca+ no o hls s if Q6 1 4 y J . V . . v . 1 ,e H ' A , i- . ,ll . 1 .- -A ,2,3 1 ., Lp , A LL ' , I jx U ' 1 : - T1 ol, - s 3 , J A w R fu i J LJ -, ,C -Y L . . H .L 5 ' El X , ,Ll 11- Su ' 4. . . I cn .' . 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" . of Fas.c , ctts ' Z1 1 X .wa -L .:1 - 1 16 'l l , ' f UA ' ' 2 ' N7 W ' 1 c Q T 'FQ' ' MEPACDRIAE ' rx f"N V-X50 J O 'SCJ' If Afxflfxf WIILIXM J LDG1R graduate of Brldgewater T cw rs Colle , 1 1 B S Boston UD1V9PS1ty, l9h9 structor 1n Social Studles and science ln Auburn Junlor Hlgh School, 19 1 2 U S Army, 19 2 7 Head of the Soclal S+UdlGS Deplrt ent, base Hlgh School, Swansea Ha sacuu ettg 19 7 M8 Vlce Princlpal Athletlc Dlrector, Case dlgh School 19 8 51 Prlncipal, Case Junior Nlgh School, 1951 53, Su er lnteident of Schools, New oalem, 1953 55 Home New Salem, Wassacblsetts JOSQPH Cl C1ON, graduate of Colby College, 19 8 A B Unwver ltv of malne, 19 9, I A , Sub master, Instructor Matiematlcs and Sclence, Colon of Ath1et1cs at PPllCGtJU Hlgh School, Prlnceton, maine, 1338 1 Prlnclpal on Prlnce ton High School, 1911 3 Prlncipal of New S len ac deny, 19u3 February, 1955 Fome New Salem, massacnlsetts d VITLIAM HOJD, graduate of Tufts College, , 11M9, Ed , Instructo Soclal SCl6UCGQ, Orange Hlgh Scuool 19h9 51 ld tructor Physlcal SCl9HC9S on Orange High Scrool 1951 59, Head of SCl6HC8 Dept , Oranfe Ilgh Scnool 195? 1 SlSt1Ht PP1WClU 1, OP11g9 gn Sciool, 19 2 5 PP1UClO 1 f fe: oe m ca emx, 95 d ne noe, 11 Q chusett T BOJ , MlSlCa1 odueatlon 1U op lWUflP1d, Uoston and New Ycrl tudled choral d rectlnv lncer Lur Hog are Orxnge, l1tCHbuPL, Leomldster inc Boston bor nanj J 1 teacher of pl no and voice At p esent Q13 full f me 1 G6 voted to supervl lng of mu lL 1U publ c sclools IUStTlC+OP f lS1C New 1 em cxie 1931 55 Po e Orange, assa onus tts IILLIAN C d1HDN 3 lol te o State acners C011e ollem Ta s1c 1 Jnlvc slty of ha1de, 1951 IUStP1CtOP 11 Comme cial odoject Ha oto Acldemy, Havoton, lex Hanpsalre, 1935 37 lqstructor 11 C mHrPCl 1 S bgect t alem academy, 1 36 55 More s cnu e ts JOHN L1PsO , fracuate f ldoleburj College 19L9, A Q Unlv r ltr of ennsylvania 1'5U Instructor 11 Soclal otud1es and Sc ence, Coacb 1 basketball and b seb , ASS1St11+ P 11 lual at New Sql A demy, 195L 5 do e New Salem, Massacolsetts 28 , 'N fn? 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W '- . . . 1 carle Mllgolte and Fred .ar1nf. Hes dlrected choirs 1U Ataol, . 2 ,, 7' .. 3 n', f ' . 9 f H 'ease a .3 .. Q .O . .1 1 C11 0 P .L L .. Ji A J ' ' H ' ' ew ' u ' - -T 4 1 .1 Q ., O .L L Q . x .J 'W' 5 FI '- V , , 'ff 1 o LY at - J eel 1 A er my, - c-3 . 1 m : N' - V , ' es . 75' 0 " F' ,' " 175: ,L. J. . 7 , 4- VU yRo. 1 N . . emu, gre ,ao f 1e' . ' , , N , . , , ,ge, a , M s E hvsetts, 1935, B. S., Jr. ,,, 9, , . . 1 L. 1. ., ',1, M. a.3 . L - , r L 1 , s at W. P FJ 1 lww N 7' - ' 1 -u . .C .. . H,c . ,, -.. . , H n . . 11 5 ,x l v J -- . 0. .1 al 1.1 5 a :Jew .3 . L 9 - . 1..,: Q' r- 4-4- Orange, Has a 1 s,t . ' rw TY ,, 1 . 17' 1 ' T' x-.' L. Cf' ' C ... ., ' X ' ' 1 ' as ' 2 , ' N v A '. ' 9 S . T, P L , , ?'L7L , Nl, r.. , 5 .L 'W ' 2 " . . .. . .L 1' 11 O . . cl., all ' n , Q - -' -1 f x fi, P 1C lf C em ca , -35. 3 I of 1 A. V --' 1 'N Q NSA 19555 fg vv 'fx- AISS ANGELA A PERNICE, graduate of West Sprlngfleld High School, 1950 graduate American Internatlonal College, 195 D. A Instructor 1n Ergllsh and French at New Salem Academy, 195 55 Home West Sprlngfield, Massachusetts MRS EUNICE B FISKE, graduate of Framlngham State Teachers College 1932, B S , taught in Turners Falls Hlgh School ln 1 33 3 Instructor in Household Arts, Nev Salem Academy, 19 6 55 Homo: Montague, Massachusetts TISS PRISCILLA UAYWARD, student at University of Massa chusetts, m gorlng 1D Home Economics, Practlce teacher at New Salem Academy, 195 55, wlll graduate wlth a B S 1n 19 5 Home Worcester, Massaclusetts J0lCE POOLE MA1iInU, P H N , graduate of Edmund's Hlgh School, Burllngton, Vermont, graduate of Massachusetts General Hosp tal, Boston, Massachusetts 1928 School of Publlc Health at Slmmons College, 1931 School Nurse for Unlon 34, July, 1931 June, 19 Y July, 19 8 50 December, 1951 55 Home: Lake Mattawa, Orange, Massachusetts CHARLES B SMITH, JR graduate of University of Malne, 19 l B S ln Poultry fusbendrj, Unlverslty of Maine, 1953 M Ed CA rwcultural hducat onl, HCPWOH Hlgh School, Uermon, Malne, 19a5 53, Smpcr 3 or and In tructor Veterans On Farm TP31F1Pg Program, 19h5 50 SupcrJ1s1ng Teach r Cwlth Dractum clltural Department ani Instructor o Vocatloral Agricultur, New SHLCF Academy 1953 55 Home New Salem, Iassachusetts PAUL R WILHUR, gradu te of New Salem Academy 19 3 graduate of UU1VLPS1tQ of Massachusetts, 1950, i General Agrncultlre, M S fhgPlCUltUP31 Economlcsl Unlver S1tV ot Ma a husetts, 1951, In tructor 1U Agrlculture at New Salem AC8dGmQ, 1951 55 Home New Salem, Ma acnusett FREDERICK H TRIMM, JR , graduate Ft Falrflcld Hlgh School, Ft Fa1rf1cld, N31DC, l9h5 graduate UHlE rslty of Malne, 1951 B S 1U lgrlculturo LCOHOm1CS ard Farm M nagc ment, Instructor ln AgP1CUltU1b at Jer Salem Academy, 195h 5 Home New Salem, Massacku etts RICH.RD C STONF, graduate of Northboro Hlgh School, 1950 graduate of W lbraham cademy, 1951 Graduate of Unl versity of Hassach1setts, 1955 B S ln nnlmal Husbandry Apprentlce teacher lh Vocatlonal Agrlculture at Ne: Salem academy, 195h 55 Home Northboro, Massachusetts Q C fs to 1 s,' ' I 7 0 0 1 0 x . K 0 ' 1 LL 'H ' Q a 3 . 9 ' f . I Lf-"' 0 : 0 1 . o u 5 0 ' n a ' - fu A f 1 I U " Q A o 1 L 1 , - C . . 4 . . . L H411 . . . ' . I L ' . c . A , Q 1' n 'Lv o u 1 g r , r'1'f T1 ' - P 0- Q a - ' l 5 W ' 4. 1 W . L' , 3 ' h . J Y . 0 3 ' A u - o I " Ll- 9 I-A J l' , " Q A o . 0 1' 0 , 3 ' . -,T Q . 11 -f M : 0 - ' i ' A 7' - 9 0 0 . wx 1 L 4 ' ' . . -'J ' . X A .j- v ' 1 ' V13 1 S . A 1 " " " . 1. -f ' '-W. , - 3 'X " ' . f lf , C 'J D ' . . -. 1 . teacher 1U Vocatlonal Agrlculunel, l9L9-523 Head of Agrl- 'Z 41 ' 1 ' .1 . ' T 1 , .L I f g' - 1 3 -a R A , .P 1 X - A .. U , ' c 1- .. o 4 J .. L. u . R a , . , L,3 ,' ' j W X 2, 5 B, S, n l . 1 U O 1 . .47 . V o 0 N V - 9 " I O 'W 0 U 1 " SS C-. .. ,, ' .L S . , . ' 5 ' ' K g - . IT : . '- S S S g , . . - 4 4 1 -. O 'L U CJ I . . . . Q . , -A .-1' Y-Q . 'G . . . . , - , P , , , i - . . . . 1 3. '- , . 5 , . 'r 2 '. ' 13 1 v . 1, - A. !Sg , : J ' F X ,, L S X Q . 1 . . .1 -. - ' . , , s 'J 1 1 !1 3 U 1 -' w ' . . 1 .L 1 ,A , 0 0 U - . . . - . vt 41 - . : V - Q MEMCJRIAE .fx - FT ' PM UL"'V I'll"St now, lbft to Ihfht 'r' kr' Quwbrlntcndbnt, TlSS Per-'uct , WPS Tathlfu, Y' F1sYb mrs G rdne Mr- LIf'mmond, Prlncvwl Jr cond Row, Clnmf or er- 11 utone, Mr. Lqroon, lr. FWHM, Jr V1 ur, r' on , 1' Qmlth 30 . , -. v . M I .V 1 1 V . x 1 . , 1 ' 1 .L 4 1-1. f . - 1 . Y v, . W w f --:fl :4.dc"' .X 'X 4- 1 . . 1 , -. n X 9 O11 5 O Uk , L ' L 'X o H N 'll qi 1 fx, yn I. 5 Q kr, 1 As.. 1 - .. I - L Y . - Q . h Q I -Q w -6 r.. g A J L w V d J """f'I! g X f I f. 5 wp r . g . qw 7 l -, . 1- ' .F 4, A , JI , u 'I , If L, .I , L , NSA 1955K , ,fx A fm VV 'N fvfd P KPN fJ xx.L.JJ- :yxj XsJ2.J The COmlUF of ODFlHQ tHlQ vQar Lpafs much to Pach onp hpre, For friduation now draws near, A Jowous tlme of SWllCS ani Greer. Ie qmlle LS we tn1nV avaln Of pl asant classes no Qnd hen fith tpachers xlnd and hood, We,k Q, To all four' yeflrs W0 "Ame 1. Anotger smlle for mon+hs qhpad, fhon xnowledgp out oi textboc real 111 0105 om 11iO 1 ilower bpd If w1+0rei Q11 an pei, and fpd mo collefe some 1111 vo to le S me 0 na F191 P td? ,n cgve tne Qcrv P 1 U U url Tomorleq in tie jf to come, of foqth, ternul 1U +1e1P su , Y Y P JG QQ altu O pl CFA We T F o lH1 O1 thl spmorp Uaarl arcf JI ff X Ng NQ 4,1 N 0 ' IX X 'J lx!! . , . .0 D A x 1. -4. 11 T7 'A J L LL - 4 ' .1 . ,J 1 . A L J 1 5 . ' f ',, 1 ,' . I 1 H, U . , ,. h . ' . U1 1 , -. - ,gc rm tn' 1' .1 . .J L J , V ,. L , i K e. H C , say, 11 Wy 4 1 U n K X., 1' " A . , ' , rg , Q ' :CS W. . A ., , , 44 . . -J 1 J ' .1 , . f J f f YJ 'X 1.51 1, , 'F . J Q 1 ,Q m, v j arm, whlle others bread and room wlll earn. . . . Om t fir U, 1,10 wlll 1 n, A ' , - . : 7 ' , d 110. X We 1,e wll Ho' sp 1. . . . , F . U. ' ., I 1 ,frllns 'X . f , , D , ,V ' w, - ,T J . 1 1, . . . U. , 1.1 , v . . , . . . ..aJ ,11'L 1 O ff t1q 1 fwtt -V 1 3 p ,. . , O pr les, J 11 , 3 V ,. 1, In Y 1 MEMQRIAF fx C' r . nfs. J A Y-"' 0 U ILPLOTAL POJOR SOCLETN Left to Pl0kt Paul Nqvcv, Pelrl Tarrv, R L615htOD, M La Clalr , H116vcth 1 ere NG O twk Stldp flf t o the I3tlOU8l Vonor SOClCt5 tnvs ,Par T 2 Q u fts 1P9 Hu Cnr n liweth and Paul Larcv Ot sr mcrmbrb LP a m In ovdcr to quallfy xmr tlowal Iowor JOC1Gtf mcmbbr shlp, 3 student mush H VL an lvbr L ov gl 1U H10 marvs fhbw ual f1cQUlonO P1 aka hlp khir ctcr, scholar QhlU, and LPVlCL P 151 comb CCILd 40 f I . I P V , q, e i i I N -M-.W.H..,mW--w-....M, -... ....., Mv N.-.M . ' gpf' A L 7 ' 3 ' . 1 f, TW 'f-. C-L "- . . .4 - V fu. fi. ,ty 0 0 " I ,X 'Tl 0 Pj, 1.1. A, ' , Tl AKA- rw 4- , s h ' PM 'U 1.Jgbs Q :Q eq U f , 4 . w Q 3 1A.x 'H Q Q Q '-Q T '- ff n hi, v. t,'.1n'.' g . 7 I -J Q. .J 1 -- - ' . fr - in ,Y V I 1 h t 1 -. J. IE , r 7 w,rL Cl Ut.Q 1'3t J'ar. - - W ,-. 1 U ' 0 - , . - n L5 -, Na . A -, - J A X - " ' .L , V -. , 0 'K "-Z' 2 1 ' f ' , i 1 L L ' 5 Pig! - Ol 9 0 . . 5 , ' - 4.: 1 . , .J ' - - , O,LX, q 1 - Q Q sud: as lH1.A9s- , 1., a - 2 - ' U2 ' ' fn , 'H 'vl 'wi 3 . 1 L., A A NW ' n.- f L1 , -. A. 0 . J s N 5 A 1955 fx I 'xx N ffxefmxf W k""'f K3 X-7X 7 'Ny' - Q7 FRL CP CLUB FlPSt Row Iles Pfrnlrc Faculty Adviqor. Second Row, left to rlglt P Marcy, R Wane Nealard, M Haney J od frey Presldent Pearl Marcf Vlce preeldent Joyce Godfrey Secretary arllfn Faney Treasurer Eleanor Nealand small group lH the Fr nor Club to S 19 our ' onch teacrfr lu tue olfrneo some verv rterestwoh oro oeoauee we have been so luuJ wwuo sorool aCtlVltlGS none o our olans have bleu f1lf1ller H6 L'1-:XVG 3 VCPY A133 Pernloe, who QdJlSOP he cluz ana lCtlJl+'SS but 33 fear culty Jeots otoer W --..l....H . i l I ' e -' ' " 'lE"T 1 J' 6 . TN I 1' YW! x ' --'11 .e o , , . ' 1 - T' L "" n ' g Q l- A ay, I-la - - 0 . , Q G ' I ' 1 n o 0 o o 0 0 0 -' U ' - o 0 0 ' M ' 1 I I I I I -. U L . ' l 'll Reporter . . . . . . . . . . . Ruth-Carol aaney W 1' - " ,r e A .1 j 2 . 7 . 'u Q 'I - 1 , - ' ' . , XPM ,ho , C 1 fa ., 0 rw - , w : ' .. ' A 0 -L J il E .L .: Q. 4 .-. f I -1 J x rv Q 1 1 , X N NXT . - - 1 Q Q.. ' L ' fl U u K 1.l J.- . . . . , - . 7 -l F it A - Q41 .1 4. fxo MEMOMAE wf f I nf' NDXG C une Farewell to ibee I IPP L to thee T rqre L to Plesqm ee ave 'newn and lovf . lv c we' fer ofnef yea s ahed 'vf 0Y"ff 4 We 0 L + "JF 've h ' n nS eu on 'f v A Y along 1 r 0 L We lfnfe e ve Fdrozell ouv A 3 4 areia LHC13lPC fs 1 . F M A e , U If f4 'NX N 1 l - XY! fi f. .1 -J aj '+ X- qw -- !l, N r'1 H Fa -well . , ou? JSA. W' dial' V ' . .3tJ.l2He E f., , ed We le? e thee . N U JI,. , F -,'d, But wo will meet agiin. He Q w A.eg a.d t lied vue ,, V an fu , ' -'r F 'P yegre hevi pinscd . M . hc'l 1e'er F ?'et t', fr'e.dQ w-' 3 wet, . '59 pq V. ' 1 . f1N5A I 1955 -X ' ffxbM'NQ.J ffvve GIRLS' CL L CLUP Flrst Row, left to rlght J Godfrey Jamey, R Haney, h' Bone, Dlrector, J Bourbeau, E Joslln, W LaCla1re Second Row, same orde P Clark, L JhltCOmb, M Hubbard, R Plack, P Marcv Carey, E Bezlo, Wllllams Thlrd Qow, Same order G Kellogv, K Matthe M Fisher, P Grahman, D Fleld L voodburf Fourth dow, same order 3 Clark, Powllog, Nealand, h Hao'ett, P Carev, F Jeason Presldent Wvelyn JOSllH Jeoretary Llbrarlan Vlvian Bourbeau lhe eorollment of toe Glrl ' Glee Club tHl9 fear lH clude all of toe UlPlS 1U the ouool, bFlHglHg the total to 23 Plrls They h ve done a olencld Job 1D oreparlng the Chrlst mas muslc and 1U the UQlC8l6 oh Ja ld a e would llke to tnank our dlP6CTOF, fr Fone, for all the t me and effort he na COHtPlVutGd lP order to mD'e thlS gear a suoce S 3 5 1 I ' f DE , . - 4 - ax "" a x , Ai. I l , P , I Y Q 0 . . 1 . . , Yo E' ' f '4"' Q . c ' - -' 0 n if ' . Q Y1 , 1 o Q w 0 " L , Ju -JT Ps Ls Q , 1 ' - "' 0 L J 0 vf'-IS, s - 0 LA o . -5- , , . A ., --. , c. - '1 Y" 1 A En A o - ' ff Q K 4 'X - 0 . N . o Q 0 4-' ' I - C X ' - X ' . . Marcia LaCla1re . 3 . ' n 0 I I Q 0 Q I Q 0 0 1 , , . . Q . f 4 . L S L L ll " C . . . 0 . . . , , 1 1' , . Q . Q,, V. Y l . . Q 0 -,. . . A . . a S - . F - - - . . 1 I ' .. ' , ' f . 11. Jhl vfs he P A y O. x, 1 , - - 1 nr- , ' A 1 ,, 'L , . " . , 1 . . . 1 l l ' S .- . ,. V-'T 7' S . MCMOHAE K1 k""f-D xf xf BOYS' GLEE CLUB First Row, loft to right G Burnett, W Clark, R Leighton, Mr Bone, Director, K Maier, W Fellows, E Stowell Second Row, same order R Chenausky A Ohlson, L Powling, A Chenausky, Ambrose, J O'Loughl1n, R Griffith, E Corn by, N Flye, B Lewis, L Pederzani, R Bourbeau, R Hazel ton, L Mlller, L Woodbury Fourth Row, same order Chamberlaln, R Grahman, H Shatos, P Marcy, R Brackley, R Alden, N Lackey, E Field, E rqrmer President Karl Maier Secretary Edwln Stowell L1brar1an Warren Fellows Tne Boys' Glee Club had a very secces ful season The preparation Greenfield learsed, and lSlCa1C The large crowd he directlon W t IN .....,,...- F '-QD X7 li I ,Q F , V ' f "" e 1 , 0 Q 0 he I a . Q 0 " well, R. Johnson. Third Row, same order--W. Heed, B. Wether- 0. '. 0 . Q . o r o --'R' b' w L '- f . S 1 P ' 4- M . a ' . o I Z Q .4 9 gof I .J il X. X Q N - A 1 55 ,X J"'N Y f' ff- ' X, w ' A T7 T "" V 'A-ZA' 'nf T., V, K-"U-A LP 4 a- Q I r MXXLX f- 4 5 ' 1: 7 7 If fm -f X X . i , -...f - "' 1' C I X Q ""T"' " fm? 'x f , , 5 I v ' F 5 f 5 i i , ,ig R-54 ' i yr ovpr- 'gi'-:XIV ,A ' 'M 5 1 ry : L , ' ' 5 Q I t l 1 I , , I 9 - ' Q - f "f , f-, 1 ! 1 F A 7'4"-"rl-W 7 1 4 5 I Q ------M ,,..l.-..- ,, 1 i X I f "' A x . 4 V l .---,,w ,N V ,,,-,.-vi Y.. WY Z, I xi W 1 ,' 4 'R ' , ' I 1 Q f , 2 'U,J "' X Q if Q A " --Y-MY- M-, ' ' " f ' , . ' O U ,Q 1 V" ff, , K ' H , ' ,. H f - fix ' ' R N , x KE Y! 1 1' ,g , " ' I j x .. , ,N Til ' f X Af. K f . me :N ' mf ' I " ' IQ' L V X Y 1 'x' Mg, KJ N , ' 1 4 L x ' ' X. 14' 11X , , , 7 I v. I , - 1 I x N 7 7 X 4 I H - - Y -A 1 H I i , 1 VV I+, V, , ' . W ., X 'Q ? xr ' I W . . MMI NNW X, AQ Q K 'lf A L5 '77 gf fl ' IX -' V, 1 f 'X Q Q-XY' ' f , .M f ,, lgff Wfvfxf A my! lr , - pr: 'x.x X E ,' , '7 o f , X, , If fx' f ,I il, x . A L v,Q,f!. ,I yy lfqc I Mir Ql.f 7 ZS S s. 2 w OR ,X ,K 5 . 3'- '4EN" 1fNE kr "N fa-auf, A-QI, - Y X XY' -J Wy U .XII f' fr . f ,fsfx 4' ui- ' X xv - , A ' . X ,V I N. X., l 2 X XXX , A l fi-1 . . K b ,I 1 2 ,t f L A 'N A 'X -. Y , f , I . 3 N K xx , ' I V QV. ' 'by' XX x 2 x - Lnfmxr X X, " 'X x J--,,.f. f' A X X . 1' f' ' A , ly ' V 5 , ' L 4 ' X A X xx 1 ' H., , ll ' K, vw, rf " 'A 1 ,, ' 'X X K .X Q. . K . P .x ,. x ' N f X, A X i Xi w X ' ' - l 4 5 X L 1 V. K 4 KK ' XX X -. , X . ,. ' 'RX XJ? X' XX ' ,. N ? V! WH , .I X I . NbA fx 199 h SALHTICA QTAFF F1PSt Row, 1 ft to rlvdt E Packett, D Fleld Paul Marcy, Pearl Marcy Haney, J Godfrey Second Row, sam order E Nealand H aneg E Bez o, C Pofl n V Bourbeau, nw Joslln, M LaCla1 e, T Carev, F we or, G Kellogg ThlPd Row, same orcel R Chenausby, R Burcen, D Hetheroy, R Lelghton, R Qrackle , Ald n, e owe, I naler, Clark, J O'Lou hlln The Saleml a Staff wa wn charge of put 1nd out our school Japer, the Salenlca we had a late start thls fear so ve dec ded to make but one conf and make lt blrger tian usual ine oalemlca was lagued ln Marci The StOPloS, poems, Jokes, new , and drawlngs :ere wrltten and printed by the students of NSA 39 G fx if -Q- g g-I Q7 I I I "1n f1 -I-15 . . Le- .131 --. . L I . . , jj ll , XJ- . 0 L o .e "" , 1 . , , H Q r, I, 1 . pg ju Z , , , M ' Pernice, Faculty Advisor, Mrs. Gardner, Faculty Advisor, E. . 0 . P K 0 C- ,Q 0 rl 1 A 0 0 - . 7 'u,,, -v - 3 .A iv Q - L .Al 5 , . .1 , n Q ' , c y R, ' e ai, F' ll f Q. lf ' , VV, C O '- .'c ' S Q t' T I . ., .. ' 5 1: ' ' c ' ' . v 5 A - w ' ' I 1 .L E- ' L I' , Q . F1 rw o - Q A n 1 Q I L x 1 ,L Q .I ' c 'S ' v f L . - -A K I MEMORIAE Cy gxvgvfq-43 a STUDENT COUNCIL Flrst Row, left to rlght F Wesson, M Haney, Mr Hammond, Faculty AdV1SOP, R Leighton, E Joslln, H Brackley Second Row same order R Chamberlaln, W Clark M LaCla1re, E Bez o G Kellogg, R Carey Th1rd Row, same order H Shatos, H Burden, P Marcy, H Che-nausky, J O'Loughlin, B vvetherbuf Presldent Rlchard Leighton V106 presldent Robert Bracvley Secretary Treasurer Evelyn Josl' Once agaln for the past year the Student Councll has played an important part ln th actlvltles at TSA sored the followlng projects polwclnp the grounds and bulldlngs and monltorwng the sta rs It has sponsored the Wlnter Carnlval and sanotlonod other social programs for the student body, lncludlng varlous fllms and speclal 3SS6mbl19S The General Electrlc 'House of Maglc' show whlch Nas ro sented 1U the fall was obtalncd by the Student Councll has organlzed a stud nt court wnere indlvlduals gullty of brcaklng scnool rules ar trlcd A n Qddltlon 1 ctlvlty thc Student Councll h s ch rge of hnndllng school letter whlch are awarded at Cl ss D y 443 ' ' N . ."" ' Qifrvvlr-vs"--' - ---- i Q 4 1 E I it 'x . ' . .0 1 . o ' o , ""' e . o g 0 D 0 5. , rl - c 'c 0 "" 0 I .A O O - I I 1 0 ' l s 0 l 9 F V 9 . . " . o o a 0 " 0 0 s 0 9 o 0 0 Ln 7 . 5 . . . I ' During the year 1951i-1955 the Student Council has spon- . u n N n ' Un: . -J -D . - J 1 . . . . 1 . 3 , . 1 ' - - p - I . - s . ' , 1 A , . . It . G ,V W - . . g . A . . X C .g . S Q L ,. . G Q . . - ' a a , ' - f s ' f a a . ff I Y, f'XC7? IS LAFF5 I F.. K4 W Rf: UFNICN la! 1,4 P X X I CO QGIS x J Q LD ,:"' ff f 5 If W2 ZX, xfffg X V15 4 I Q N'A x 1955 KN 4 -xi' Vx I xv-i ',, C x !!n""fA-xx' N. X ,x 4-' ff, A ,J I gr in X XFX 4 ,Y 0 7 -Q 5 xJ 0 vp HQ XQW ixfloo, i, is , IR R h I x N, ,f-.Q lxxxx X UNAXI fOr' fflf"':'x fgjfq- ff""'.- 'N X1 3 J gpg .Qf' xuyf' Xfll , X X' I, xwylk fx, N 7 K , , j A fd 'V f! A Tj" ffffxi X QXJX C1 KFJCAX 415414, gf 'Q , N 1, -X ! , A, ? X 1 -'--" H M X, DJ, -f' 'Mf'--' --v Q . , ,, ... ,1, 3, Q 4 K 'X--. K ' - jf 4, IVE 7 Q W V if , x, , X Ji ' I I . f' ','.f' " 'mf Q ' r' """ ff 3' Mk LW., K," NJ xQQ" 'Q Nu S ,' JA, VP LJ A -M L , X-V., .f-7 U C 0 . fl I - I. ' 7 f Q Y 5 , , ' V s- XA 1 V.,, f N' T N K' M f K -W V U A g ,I :lj lffzln fs .J 3 -' U61 'X X flf, 7 C ' O35',.f - ' K, ' V' T5 . -, fn PTT! r 'Af fl xi . fix 'J X HiT, I If 5, Q7- J 4 ' .,f ,:f3::-Axai7...LJ -', +-x..L-,,,,4 r .- -' ..-QQ gwwf : -1 M T-if R f- M- N- 1 , 1 -- . , f M fi- f 'M "" I ' 'f'N"" 1fx """" A: K f3c.!v'fOV HUXS A if 'I Z' wr. m C' Y MEMORIAE A 'TXK5 fm xj!Xf Q Q XT .1 gf IOR Ov KH, Lzzg CfAf- Cffii 71 TQa3".J XTE7 VU v 223. X lg j F 4? FU N ffffx KN IX- 2' "' " U VV P 6 IQ L .3 5 ' N fx fy Q . -a T E Q 1 , . . -------- Q ff. 4 .YV 1, M if 0 ml K ff'-5' I 2:5 Q- ,f Q XL ,w-mxQ vf V' l 1 V f " 1 f 'f ii Af X Q , f l A . E I JB f K f 3 fi, mi f'dmmmM dh wa X, I 7 f 5 Q 'S Q V ffffC.-f 1 A, M N 5ffjfy45'iT LgQ, W CHU WMWA I 5 i- - A,, W A H , T . 'VF I "' -'u' J"1ff U. 5- -'- , nf-'wig A111--N' - A 1fwgQiQiL! , " I' HURT arf xuf -,. nk ,",f"1 ' " X. rf' , u , X-X,,-' LIILC. 'K NSA A, 1955 A A xyff-X E N-Zo PU R' GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flrst How left to P1 ht celand, M Haney, Co captaln, J Godfrev, Co captain, R Haney, C POWllHg Second Row, M13 Pe nlce, Coach, C Kellogg, J C rey, S Clark, MBHHFH' The GlP7S' Besxetball tewm neo poor seqson tHlS year The score was close 1D several ,am S, but tlere was only one V1CtOPy 1U SlCtCCF names Even tnouah three girls are gradu atln, ln June, more succcseful Su son lS hopoo for next year' 41 k "'l 1 f ,'-' -" I ., Q7 ' l i I 1 4 1 W I . , . "Ee liar 1. O ' . 0 3 " I 0 A o . 'o same order--P. Marcy, Score Keeper, F. Wesson, M. LaClaire, Q . Pl . Io L 3 D 0 at c , 1 0 . . L w P, F ,. .5 C. I ct 5 O ' ' o ' Q e Y . ' . . 1 ' A V 'A 1 ' 1 4. .4 I ' .L L O L H - ' ' ' A Ex . fx 1' xa ' ' A O MFM'IdAE 1'-X BOYS' QAQKUTPAIL F1PSt Row, left to Plgkt D Wetherby, F lardy, Co captaln Row, same orde Wr Larson, Coach, H Bracllev, B Wether E Stowell, J O'LOUgb1lD, P Carey, D Lynan, Wanaper, Ohlson, Ma ager The Roys' oaskettall team underwent a poor season wlth wlns agalnst 15 losses Although tne tear only once sholed thclr ablllty to play together as a te m, tdey played good brand of ball all season ihe game Noe e ever,Qne Nas plaflng for tne team and not HlmSGlf w s the Barre game at New S lem New Salem vas only P polnts behlnd at the end of the tnwrd quarter but thrc f the starters teen fouled out B rrc then started to roll wnd they Non by about 20 ooln S 44 . NJA fl, -X N ,--X ,. 'X ' 'X . ... . -' -- ,,---- I N- L 'r" U T7 1 1 L P l T 6 l r or r a it .:.4.g,..,,, Uh, Mmm V--...F A A W , H Y i in V v f l..' LJ 4.4 J . L . 1 -n . Q L U . q I - . , R. Burden, Co-captain, J. Patrick, J. Kolasihski. Second P' " 1' a ri T 0 - r , 0 xl by! 0 Q r - . l a E o , 11 - 3' 3 A 9 n . A 1 4- P . J ' . .. ' n. . 8 .. Jil' - . . . A P ' a I A a l H . 'L r wr ' 1' 1 .',. a N QQ., f 1 a .. L L u ' J . 4. . I' 1 L ... -. ' - A C O V , N In 1 . 3 . , L J.- ' ' A C.. A . t q NSA O ,955 WV vfw, Q ..-.,-,. ..... -.,. ....... ...- .,.. , .... - .,.....,, .. ...... ..-... ...... ,.,..... ....-,......-...,. O '4'- A 4.4.. .,.,, ,,4.,, 4., ,.,i .,.A f A f'Qf,fff'. f' fQfQf .f f1Q ,ffff' 'f "fffffM'' 'ff'f'ffff ' 'f"ff" X50 l 1355 '31 JVEICT ge! il L f 7 -.Q 1 Qw V Q 3 xfflgxvbsx RFI id 'WV H E75 'M' iff ,417-gli?-j.Lf27j?! mpffu, Z- XN lqlxf fm g B L f f 493 0 J fnf H iii? S MBP f HZ Nffbf Yi X C'f MPS w SCL-L-,Alf Jxqrilx lY'uCL 45 I Y, , 4 5 U a FS L 1 f 55 5 I 054 ,, K 6. C , ' . XX 2 ff - :ED X X Xxx - 'io ' YA 5 . ec QL' I " QW D99 if - 1 'M Q' ' W ,- 'Y J W f ,f.N-,TNF Q N ' CQ 0 eq T5 431' f 'fA"A QQ "-K.. - X' ' , 7 -X in i S J L f W? l x no Q ge, Gb-1. 5 ,l . Opfe fx fc I. 'u' X1 NQV, f 1-A 51" SSN 2 A+ UN 5 M erm A I N 2 ij' fl V s L 6 ' 'Q' ,I ,.x1,-,-, 2 ,g X ,f- ' YQ G iff - 92 M X32 . KS' -Y .gtfjoo L- 5 .. jr vwx Q7 V I. 4 f, O f' 'K' A l' in , MQQCN' Hr- 7 J ' I f ' QUJXK , 1P'f' 'N f K W XM- inn!" ffxum fx Q ,A 'K K fx , fs! "5 , N f.Q.1x f""'f'f .----Y"". W f X5 , X !1i.Lf' ' --'- '-' 0 f '75 xp . ""' IZ. , I M Xalqfewlfi K x MEMORIAE Qff-N J A w Ho 3455113101 Diffs ,Sk C 858 I Afrty 1 Sri! EXC was 9 W J X,"RN-I fb l fi K H93 y QFEZUY5. "' Wxiw W H il 5 3 fif f LLWV Y H77 X fb M I 6 ,L J' 1 U,f'0 X !,0 ,Q I 4513 Cx 777 ful o X fi 0 QI X X XY 96' of f" 'Y Q -P K2 Q ,xv X Xbox qs X yxlzki, V xc, 9004 lv, 9: gf A Gsm wr W me 3I,XC1s'aO Pxqksotfggo W fl E R If in 1 t mabf ,N WUC-N3 U E Vx L Fvilyixn gay X Q XQU P ff 1 Eiwxf 4 45- ' ' " A"' '-A' - ' N-N' H U 4-4...-i.. 4,.. . ,, , ,,., ,,,,,,. X I V' 1 o N , X 3 ' 'P . 5 Q41 03' 2 6 6 " M70 wr dw QA ,J 51.392 5 20 fog 0 '4'7Ax" 3 .XX F6 s ' H93 Q . ffl, . V59 'ly 'W 7- xx' Q g'QQQQ4gp3 Q g f '- , ,ff Fwy F - ' w ' :N H- :G 5 91 , ',, 2 2 vi 3 , ' ' ,.f7f,1s9g 5 Q f 1-.lf' X 5 ff ' 112 X U 0' " 9 ' - 'K M' ' L A L ZVJAX X v 'J 'yg NX on K0 9 M..-....... , ll ' A Q Q N ' I 2 U ,I 2 + CK' YK L2 Q,?.N Sogyj' GY' fx lbelvvxtv VufLNf 6 3 NC ' 'I ' 1 g - -- -C"' Lo 2 V I G W 1 A Q if o 0 0 2' AN A Ofgfip Y7i7 CHEERLLADERS Left to rlght D Fleld, J Carey, Captaln, G Kellogg, M L3C131PG The Cheerleaders wlsh to express their thanks to the student bodv for the support FlVSn ln the cheerlng sectlon We app eclate the school sportsmanshlo by those who took part 1U lt 47 fx S f J f Q7 0 r Q - - - 1 1 eo 3 ' 4 s w i X . t v , 4 0 I' . Q e "' 0 0 0 0 . 0 l - . . , Q L L J 0 Yi ' ' v- - - - L . . Q MEMORIAE ff ,f" BASEBALL SQUAD First Row, left to rlght D Wetherby, R LaClaire, W Fel lows, Captain, J Patrick, R Burden, Hardy, Second Row, same order M Lambert, D Bacigalupo J Carey, J, Kola sinski, Mr Larson, Coach, L LaCla1re, Manager. Our baseball team this year was fair Of course we were playing in the Franklin League which might have had somethlng to do with our errors In addition, the team was a little nervous Our C0aCh1Hg was good We didn't have too many practlces because few of the team members stayed, We started out with 15 players. On May 13, the team dwindled to Just nine players We hope th t next year's squad will do better than this year 48 I ' 4 - 7--A-Q .N LJ v s A, , , x FGUALK .- , I 1 F 1 I 1 1 I 'Ln , , Y., Y ' .. .,. , ,Mil ,,,,,,,-, ,,,, ,...,,,- ,, , Q ' --. . . . ll O O Fo no . . , . Q I O O O O O . 3 . a O 95 NSA O15 C257 Krlxffflnb OF 55 The rhdmes wc took from Mother Goosc Tho names of coursc you know SIHCG wo've WPlttOH Just for fun, No hope you'll flnd lt so Wee Russell Alden runs through thc town Upstwlrs Qnd downstnirs ctlng llko clown Rapplng wt the WlHdOW, crylng torough thc lock, Cracklng Jokes ln Engllsh class, und gmzing at tic clock Ono, two, thrcc, four, flvo, Loo caught h rc allve Slx, sovcn, clght, nlnc, ton, He put the rwbblt in hls pon Little M155 Bourbe u s n cur o L tlng hor plnk sund Alorg c mc Q dlamond from ddle, hor bo And frlghton ill rlv l w Bob, Bob th f rmor' I d too h, 1 y un The play v s gro t, thc t ot mo t l t But dld qFTlV0 for t ortant d t , llttl curl, R1g,t 11 tho mlddlo of h forchc d Wuon sho w s ch vrlng very, very goo , And xlth tho crowd gclllnr sho Qdor d lt Deodlo, dcodlo duwullc , our boy, John, school wltn llS bllc Joan on H516 tho course cxccllcd upon, Deedle, docdlc dlmpllh lurbcrm n, John di dlddlc diddle wlth H1 curls h dld flddle Al'Q con Jumped ovcr th woou Ho rc ched Jo od caug1t 1 1, and start d f rm, And mllked thnt cox rcul soon 49 . P I r' "' v 'I - oo - C . . . V . . I I A 4. , . . . L Q M a a , . . . , L L . . . . . . A G L 1 1 0 . 1 H .,- . . Ds Q 3 , . . X . . . , . . o , , T. , ' a nt o a b-- , H . , a A ao, . V w . 1 3. ' L . li: au, . . T od L 3 S Q ny. ' c Q . s son, il Q t b't awa lt r . f vi . 2 - 3 h S Q c, N ' ' A '.. x. L.: flu gl 6 f"'1 ' ,- ,,' ' lhcre wcs u llttlo Carcy glrl who had a pretty . 5 0 Q 0 y cw Y Q P' Q 1 l .jf x bf.. 9 , Q, . ,A .g, L '2 .o, A soo wis d . , . , 'J L , hr' , xl, 4 c Q , , , 1- ' rr v ' ,1 L. A - kj - . , 1. A . Came to r Q .- 2 3 . A ,' an A an , ., ,, o M, - . A 3 7 ug, ' .L ' .3 1' 0 N , . A h . . A Q C , ' , M 1 , J he U ,. Q 1, Q. fvli 131 A e a 2 A U . ul' 'nk 1 . MEMORIAE gil:-f""436'-sNtQZLfj5!"ks?j""'-liil XX Llttle Boy Fellows, come blow your horn, The glrls are in the movies, eatlng popcorn Where is the little boy who tends the maldens Under the haystack, fast asleep Needles and pins, needles and pins, When M rilyn sews, she alwoys wlns At cooking, too, she is tie best, For she won top prize ln the honemaking test Fred be nimble, Fred be quick, Fred look out for the teacher's stlck He wa so amazed t going south, That he otually kept h1s teeth in hls mouth Humpty Hildroth sits on mall His scholastle record wlll not let h1m fell Students and to cners, women nd men, Found Eugene a genius t only ten Sing song of slxpence, says llttle Evie Joslin One and twenty classm tes u ed to near her SlDglH' Wlth four ye rs Qecompll hed her reward we brlng Isn't thdt ddlnty plnC and really qulte the th1ng9 lst LaCl lPe, w rel o f 1r, How s your xlng row? ceo n ' n J nl r To college fou'll suvely oy n 11 cdr xe1t dy 9 hi , Then Rey xcrt dcxn nd r n round Tlll th g won b v rx lqri Whit Dlck Lnlg tons W do of? enlps of br lD d 1 r 1 s, H st r, ct nd f1re1nL t's Xl t Dlek Lelghtons r made of Llttlc Kurl Maler sat ln brler, Llstenlnr to iaestro Bone He Jolned the chorus, san? a solo for us, And cane out Wlth a very flne tone SO . . . I 1 0 'P . 1 O f , . Fl ' .a. g 1 13 . V I If Q . . L O - fs a . , . . - A ZA 1 g o fl ' . . . I P. nfs ' fw las L - KJ. I 2 , 'A . . Q - , , . . Q S ' f Q . Q .6 . - . It c Q . ' 0 k,' a ,'l 1 'e e, ' 1 A t ' e. H. e . , U, . . M ress 9 - nd Q 3 n 1 V sev - , . . ' , . T1 A su -ss 1 tae Llu' mln HA, V , 1 fx -z v fro - ' :-- I' ' :J l .. R V n d Lss L ver W ll- r" . . - . , F 10 attend n bTSebill gems, l 3 nf 3 1 J lf Tl '-.L fl - 1 , 1' . l . c, C gime was , y Q e J 1 g: sum. , , A . , . w- , lilly I 'H L, 7,4 . C' ' s ' .s 'HF . , m u 3 .nf Um y Joie i 0 Y Fe' s 1 , l'-6 nets. f""1 'lr ' ' - . 'J' Q L ' . fi. in Q . A 5 . . . 3 , . . , 3 Li ,, , .. - - l - Q T. A A , . f'X ,fx X f'N,' In NSA ,955 'X-X13 Q37 QQ Ring around the Hater spout Oren with Betty goes. Splasbes, splashes Until the classes close Hickory dickory dock, Mr Oliver looked at the clock It was tlme for hls nap in study class So he slept as sound s a rec' A tl8k0t a tasket, Jimmy made a basket TiILJ1mmy stole the ball away, The game we thought we'd lost lt The noisy crowd wlth glee cheered on for through the hoop he'd tossed it A dillar a dollar, 1 + n o'clock scholar Edwin, why do you come so soenq You used to cowe at t n e'clock, Now you com at noon My name's Pc rl Marcy, I've so much to do, Just llke the old lady who lived in 1 shoe Wltr nursery rhymes I've m de thls tcw Fo your cogovment I hope lt wlll do Pearl Marcy A Ln QT world' O llfC' O se l st fep Cul When wlll return to Llzry of your prlmeo IO 1or , f r w Out of the day UP D1 ot oy h s t k n fll o , Fr sh SPFIUU, oo slnr r, .nd wlnter he r, Move my f lnt P art xlth grlef, but vlto dellght Jo me e Oh, never more' Percy Bysshe Shelley SI . -L I ' o - A n . . . J- I a A. . - I 3 -A I ' + ' 0 . ' I I . O ' f uc , W , . , K3 U. e A Q Ja L. U . , ' L L U ' C - Q I ' r - n ' ' L ' pe... S " o , . . . 'I' H v A . I' "'71 -X L:,ibl'J . .p O v , . tlmel , 1 . Oh wheel a s, Is I I mb, 'I Trembling at that where I had stood before, . , ' - Q ' . le Two f- f' I m ' , V n Q--O4 nexe uorel . ., J L c ' El, .A . . . A J Q a e g.t' f ' A ' 1, V ,, fx . ' fu gi I D LLL ' l. ue, C' I C.. . ,. . . , . l Q -ie J I. ' J - ' T .L 1. P ""' A 0 MEMORIAE fi fN NX' 0 vvv 0 FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Flrst Row, left to right M Hubbard, K Matthews, Mrs Flske, Faculty AdVlSOP, E Joslln, I LaClaire M Haney Second Row, same order R Black, L Whltcomb, E Bezlo, J Carey V Bourbe u, E Wllllams, P Clark Third How same Flsher, P Carey President Evelyn Joslin Vlce presldent Kay Matthews Secretary Marcla LaCla1re Trfasuler Martha Pubbard Reporter leanor Hackett The inst llatl n of the officers was held ln the scmbly Hall wlth Mrs Glorla Fox Carey as thF lnstalllng offl cr In December we sent a Chr stmas package to a glrl in Norway Each glrl contrlbuted small artlcles to put in the box Th1S year M3PCla LaCla1re is our State Treasarer and Evelyn Joslin is member of the Natlonal Public Relatlons Committee 5? KN ' ' 'I ' X7 I r 5 i U , n . 'V . " " o c o . . 0 ' 4 o , n o , "' " Q 5 . 1 0 ' 0 , y 0 - 8- Q 0 . . 0 0 , order--E. Hackett, D. Field, L. Woodbury, C. Powling, M. . ' Q , 0 I I O O I U 0 " ' 4 n 0 0 I ' Q 0 0 0 -' . . 3 V' 0 o 9 1" C 1 f X' s 0 c o u o o u c 0 o o o if "' J al a 'o X ' X As- . , h. x . . K J . . C ' g . . . . O . . . 1 , a , ' ' ' 0 NSA O 9 5 lfxvv .-ma adlw FUTURL FARMERS OF AMERICA First Row, left to right R Brackley, R Chenausky R Lelghton, Mr Trimm, Faculty Advisor, A Chenausky, E Hil dreth, K Maier Second Row, same order E Cornwell, G Burnett, A Ohlson, N Flye, L LaClaire, R White, B Lewis W Clark, N Ollver, J Carey, R Carey, R LaCla1re Third Row, same order H Parker, R Philllps, D Hlldreth, L Wlrth, L Hurd, W Reed, R Griffith, M Lackey, E Fleld, E Farmer Vlce presldent Richard Leighton Secretary Eugene Hildreth Treasurer Robert Brackley Sentlnel Richard Chenausky Chaplalr and Reporter Karl Maier Presldent Melvln Lackey Vlce presldent lesley Clark Secretary Gary Burnett Treasurer Merrill LaCla1re Sentlnel Edward Farmer Chaplaln Richard Grlffith Reporter Leonard LaCla1re Advlsor Mr Qmlth This year our FFA was dlvlded lnto two groups The Senlor FFA whlch con ists of the Senlor and Junlor agri culture boys, and the Junlor PFA group whlch conslsts of Sophomore and Freshman boys Havlng the Chapter d1v1ded ln two groups gave us the opportunity for more meetings durlng school tlme 5 I 5 Q' x 1 T7 . .ow , . P -L..-114. "?..4... A L , ' -2' ' il W 1 1 it . I . -, - VV I , ""' c a 9 0 O ' l Q e ' c o "" Q o J- o 0 o 4 9 : 0 O o 0 0 I f"" o o . a . . o 0 O -4 3 I O O C . l s President . . . . . Alphonse Chenausky . "' . e 0 1 s o u o Q 0 0 o o o Q 0 0 . Q 1 0 0 o 0 Q o o n - . A 0 o Q o o 1 ' 4 s o 0 a Q e 1 l . ' . o o o 0 V! 1 I O O . . . . 4 o o Q o 0 . 0 U O O O ' . I O l 0 o 0 o . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I Q 0 o UL . . . . . . . S . . - ' . . . . ! 1 .K . . O Mmosum I ful -,sl"'-X fi V--"' O xx J' O XJ .xf Clfxzs Dfw Walcomf We cordlally welcome you to our Class Day Exerclses. In a snort tlm we wlll be graduated and we wlll flnd ourselves 1D a world of glory, trouoles, success and fallure. There are many cbstlcle, whlch we will encounter ln the future years, 'ut oecause of tue GddCH+1OH QlV6H to us by our parents, fPl8UnS and feaciers, we hope to oJercome these ob stacles and acconpllsh our goals of llfe. As t,e yea s go by are we encounter the trlals of llfe, we wlll never Forget our carepret days at foA Ve, tue S8HlOP Class of l9SS, take pleasure 11 oresent lng to you, our Cla s Day xerclses. fe hooe you eryoy them. Pobert Brackley llIQf'XDUJ'XNCJN D AFC? UF Xvflcflxlz We, t1e gridlatlqb clfss JL l9,E, welcome you, t1e fac ulty, our relatlves and fPlnlNo to our r QWitl we wlll never f rv T tum f cllty xlo wen 8109d us 1U UHCtlOno aug Poe JP muqy p'oJects success u tlme of need, arf lrledds who Ie vlll always rewertor t e qulet ll+t16 sa ew QS a v1l e of lrl nf lu' S 1 Hao you for msllog all vqls oosslhle For on ex rel ahovo tue sunoorted tovr Ol CSQ CEH Our' RW t me now to eopl xho have telsmt us, elpeo u a Q suooortfd our fdHCL1OUS are ost loo e to o EP3jd3tlOU GAPlClS6Ss surely you RlCH8Pd Lelghton 5 4 f .J . , . 1 , - ,. 0 ' ' S . . ' 1- . , . .- 1, X ' J 5 F' .. ' . , . , I , . 1 L XJ 1 , 1 1 IJ , . . , . 1 A ,A J ' Y - , , . , f , : - wa I va -1 -W ' o A - H - , . . , o ' , Y ,S XATIW , .L AD .L .5 1 d . g xr ' ' ' P Y .1 .1 A ...J A A .1 " ' f. fr' ' 14-1 ' L: .44 V .1 -M .. . A , L 4. - f I J Q J J' l ,I .k..h.J x- I w , 0 , ' .v A 1 ' ' ' X f ' . 7' f H.. ' 5 C In -1 1 ., l ' ' ' ' f ' 0 P- ' f ' fa F D , . 9 .J JA ,L Cs .. I ,,- L1 gl V' ' , , 3 fe, 'Q a't A 1 v,'t - '- le . W- - A ' j , 1 . 0 of duty oy teaching to oevclop cnaracterg our PCl3tlVCS who n 1 . Q X G ' . H 1 if, . 5 W 'V 1 . . . .2 1 . .4 . 1 ' t,.. " ' . f s to Ml' ov v.X r o s c ,J f 1. - . , .Q . . , 0 5' I .L J.. 1. :A-I 3. L1 ' J u - '... N41 "1 ' ,- 0 ' A : ' - 1 3 . fl A ' lag. l e ll -3:.. I tele txe l-- - +- - V, - , ' LW 1 I - U- - :. ...L A ..' - . , -,,, 'L - 1 - ' p G 1 . t u,Q. h, 'J s n ,L J " ' ' , . V71 vra- ww mva , , ' ' 1' 'rr ' - 1 LA. v 'J I I-A J -A..4 u L - L l , f NSA O 5 L' Wfxvvfxflb Flrst Row, left to rlght M Hubbard, P Grahman, G Kel by Second Row, same order R Johnson, L Cornwell, E Williams, R Black, L Pederzani, L Mlller, R Grlfflth Third Row, same order B L w1s, H Parker, L wlrth E Fleld, R Dow, W Ambrose, R Heselton, L Powllng Presldent Gwenyth Kellogg Vico president John O'Loughl1n Secretary Nan Herk Treasurer Frank Marz Student Councll Representative Bruce Wetherby .,J 195 w ' 1 C7 , A .o.nyr.o', It '4 dy -i'i i f 9 logg, Mr. Larson, Faculty Advisor, J. O'ioughlin, B. wether i ""' 0 9 . l 'O V" 1 o v s Q s u o 0 c 6 0 I 0 o C C MEMok4AE vvvq 43 O SOPHOMORE CLASS First Row, left to right R Chamberlaln, W Clark, Shatos, Mr Wllbur, Faculty Advlsor, R Carey F Bezlo Second Row, same ordel E Mealand, S Clark, P Carev G Burnett, N Flsher, K Matth ws, R Haney, P Clark Thlrd F11dP6th, L Woodbury, H Whlte, W Grahman, L LaCl lre Farmer, M Lackey, J KO13SlHSk1 Presldent Wesley Clark Vlce president Raymond Carey Secretary nlizabcth Bezlo Trca uror Ronald Chamborlaln Student Councll Hop QSfHL3t1VL Henry Shatos 5 b 1 --, '- ! I I 4 P I N Y 1 0 "' 0 - 0 Hs ' o , . ' ' X V . 0 , 41: . 0 3" Q n , o v p 0 L 'El . -I 9, D 4 I O ' Row, same order--L. Hurd, W. Reed, R. Bourbeau, N, Flye, D. -. 9 Q 'Z I 1. i 0 Q.. , E. Y' O I . 4 . I . Illl D O 'V . ' ' 0 0 o n - ' f ' 1 osoouosoos 0 Q ,Q 5 . - S ........... f 2 ' ' - r- J ' ' A . . . - C . NSA 1955 fk fix "' O Y7'f7 eLA3S rl L, DRY I'RLS'iITFN 1951 1952 On September 5 1951 the Freshman class consisted of 3 concerned faces They Jeor e Eoudreau, Vlvlan Carey, John Carey, Jean Clarv, Edward Duhalme, warren Fellows, Charles Haney, Ralph Hastlngs, were Russell Alden, Stanley Ballou, Eourbeau, Kath rine Calcari, Zane Carey, Alphonse Chenausky, Kenneth Frederick Engerman, James Fairman, Gormley, Rlchard Greene, Marllrn Jean Hebe t Janes Pebert, ugene Hlldreth, Ard1ne qltChCOCk, George Hunt, David Johnson, Evelyn Joslin, Joseph Kamen by, Marcla LaClaire, Roy La Claire, Rlchard LG1gHtOH, Donald Little, Rlchard Llttle, Oren North, arren Ollver, James Patrlck, Allen Pierce, vllllam Pratt, laloh Smlth Cha les Spooner, Edwln Qtowell, Jarllyn lower, Frank ebster, nllton vlldcr, and Lloyd v1l1 lams On October 2, 1951 the Ire hmen olus any new students were lnltlatec As ston a we were acqaalnted e elected the fO11OW1ng class OfplCSFS Presldent, arren Fellows, Vlce bresldent, Rlchard b61gWtOH Sec e arf, Jear Carey Treasurer, Vlvlan Bourbeau Student Count l leo SPHt3t1V6 was James Patrlck The flrst marking oe lou our class vas well repre ented on the honor roll M8PCl8 LeClaire made High Honor ihose who wade Honors were Robert rackley, Evelyn Joslln, Narllyn danej, James P3tP1Ck and Mar lrn lower Our class vas represented on the baseball team by warren Fellows, Jane Patrl V James Vairman, Lloyd Vl1l18mS and Donald Llttle Representlng us on the basketball teams were arllyn Haney, Jean Carey, Donald wttle, an: Janes Fal man In the second mar'1ng pcrlod thosf who made Ilgh Honors were Robert Brackley, Marllvn anev, Harcla LaCla1re and James Patrlck Those who mad Honors were velyn Jo lln, Marllyn Tower, and Richard L61 lton 5 Q .-51' 3 ' we A ' ' 1 ' J . 9 'U 1 s K - L ' ' 1 I1 rr u - ' Q . 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' 'v' - 1 , . . , ' 5 '1 , MEMORIAE DN Cffwxgvigl Those who left dur1ng our Freshman year were Ard1ne Hitchcodg Kenneth Clark, James Fairman, Frederick Engerman Richard Greene, James Hebert, Ralph Smith, W1l11am Prat Charles Spooner and Kather1ne Calcari Those who took part in the Spr1ng Musicale were Vivian Bourbeau, Je n Carey, Marllyn Haney, Marilyn Tower, Marcia LaCla1re, Evelyn Josl1n, rrark debster, Milton Wilder, R1ch ard L6l5htOD, Warren Fellow , Ldwln Stowell, James Patr1ck Robert Brackley, Ralph Hastlngs, Alphonse Chenausky, Eugene Hlldreth, Rich rd hlttle, Ru ell Alden, David Johnson, Lloyd Wllli ms, Roy Labla1re, nd Allen Plerce Now V1v1an Bourb au w1ll g1xe some of the deta1ls of our Soohomore year so?-Iomonss 1052 1953 The roll call on September S 1952, was 26 sophomores Included 1n that number were lour new faces They were Pearl Marcy, Leo Bottomly, Fred Hardy and Jackie Sev1gne Later 1 the ye two left they were Narllyn Tower and Jackle QCVIQWC After the first two eeks of school we selected oul class adv1so1 s ncc 1 r cl s vas qu + llvelv, Je chose someone v1o could handle u , Ir D Kenneth Stovcll ton, PPGSlJ rt Jares P +PlC1 V106 Pre 1dent Fvelvn Jos lln, Secreta y Jean Car y, Student v G on when S made qu1te a bit of morey Dur1nb the cll1n5 efreshments at thf basketball Donald L1ttlc and Edw1n Stoxell pOlHtS to the basketball scores durlng lrfa urer, and warren Fellows Counc1l depr se tatlv nad a londer ll t1me we play d tr1cks and 1 1t1 t1ng the freshman class fan s had our annual sophomore food sale from Wh1Ch we w1nter we mad nor y g mes helped to add a few that year The sophomore bovg m d up most of the baseball tcam. They w rc Richard Lc1ghton, Fred Hardy, Robert Brackley, 58 J . . 3 - I ' 0 C - .- 15, . . - o r ' s , 5 C a . ' 1 ' - I - -1 1 . A ' "' I "' 7 0 O v 1 n 4 1 D I . . n . - . . 9. SS "I 'Q 0 I . - - 23 ' . . . . . . fd , r V 1 A o fi Y Y , 'L 1 I 1 . ' U 1 , A Q . 4-. F . I . Y Q 5 - ' , . ,A . . -4 - A I V' , '. ' A A K . . H , U . ,. ' U1 . W., , ' " ' ' ,. 4 A ,. q ,N ' -- C .. , ,L A l,l1. an S w ..,. ue L v A , -fl . L L .L T S vi g q - '1 2 U V g , . . Our class officers for that year wereg R1chard Le1gh- , . I G 4, . n . .7 . F . . D 1 , 1.1.Jt CL.: X, -.3 5 -1 U "' ' f 'vs fc I r- pw rv' lf 0 ' Y VP 1 L , -, e L' I . f 1 , . -P . - G XD 63 . '34' 1 -. X I1 I I-K 0 O bk I L. IV ' . V' .L Y X fl J ' 1 L , X r v rm ' ' ' 1 7 A A kr - .n , L. Nl Q K. vw f - -' . - ' . . . , 1 ' 1 q A' .1 . G .al -le . S ' ' I' 1 I ,, .J M A . SL, g . . I 1 nj ,I . X . T a f 1 , c . ' ' 9 'X Q fx 4 1.4 X1 1 -. ' . L, , J J S 9 5 NAQ IS f'rskJ23f"Yf.Nx::j Donald Llttle, farren F llows, James Patrick and Edwin Sto well Roy LaClaire Nas the manager Marilyn Haney a the only Ulrl from our helped ralse the soo cs for the Girls' Basketball Jean Corey did ner part as a Cheerleader for cla s who Team the team All the glrl toob p rt ln the olee Club Four g rls and THA and FFA SlXtLCH boys from our cla s Jolned the The success of th otyl Show was scoured by thc glPlS from the 101 hold A Marllyn Haney French Club of whlcn That comoletes wlll take you turoug t D partmcrt 1nd Pearl Marcy were members of the Pearl Marci was presldent o1r Soo oaore year, and 1oN Fred Ha dy the Jlnlor year JUNIORS 1953 195A On Sent VCI C were al ole t The nlass were Albhonse Ru sell Alder, qtudrnt Coanc We selected Ir Vreicricc Lhe Hallo booth Her arranrel around urcd bean b rlnb to num rous oth r game ear Party l9S3, the Iunwor class of 25 students officfr and womb of the Stud nt Council Chcnauslj, r 1 tnt James patrlck, Vlce l Qaoresentat vc lfPld e as our Pla s advi or held on October 31 1053 Town r town hall The booths fea mcnnv to dart throllng, and C der and dou rnuts elng sold dovnstalrs fnlle t c U N s Jcre 5OlWg on Shortlv after tht games w PC ofer, there Jas danclng whlch erded the enterta rnent for the evenlna S 9 if ' w a ' 9 1 O 1 5 I 1 w Q ' cf v . H s . O . s . YI - , . . . C- L ' A. o 1 ' Q fl ' im f' . c , A , . ' -i' f ' L4 1 . as ' ' I 1 J K 4 I x f H . ., A .. . ui S . A , ' A ' i iso- r S e'f .fl . . , X QL- A yuh . . , vp 1 . . t , . .A , 1 in n - A f 1 ' ' r . , , Q . L 7 L 2 - 1- - a Q . b "' " 1 x . A CTV!-.1 , - ' .- u l ,ffsen . -- , '. . J s Cl .el ers -X e ., .A 'vj o -A X Q I - X A ha, if - es Cv ,J . - e . fr Q A I .1 I I Presldent' Georvc hunt oecrctarv' John Care Treasurer and 9 gm 3 U 3 i , .. Sc . - , 1. C' , L 1 al ., , 1 5. " 2. -. C1 - Q M k 1' J, " , '- x 7 ag .UC .1 . f J we 9 Q rv' v v - -- n,w. ' was L , , . s ' e C L ,zo 'ft ' t S P A . . , - - . - s - - . t J ags, re , ss, , 4.x ss, f - V C ge ' le .+s. i e gi ,' were b ' C 1 ' V" A . ha Gaze v - A Y .1 A 1 A . - ,, , V- ' L 1 ' M. A ' H ix., J X '41 4 - . . V , . M - T ' ' 1 1.1. .1 ul . o MEMORIAE Q7Y7 On November 6 1953 the class decided to have a Thanksgiving turkey raffle. Three turkeys were to be raf fled off at the Sportman's Club The raffle was held on the night of November 22 In the Girls' Glee Club there were Vivian Bourbeau, Jean Carey Marcia LeClaire, Marilyn Haney, Pearl Marcy, and Evelyn Joslin In the Boys' Glee Club there were Warren Fellows and Edwin Stowell The Girls' Basketball Team was composed of the follow ing students Marilyn Haney, Jean Carey, Marcia LaClaire and Pearl Marcy. The Boys' team had the following Juniors on it Fred Hardy, Donald Little, James Patrick, Edwin Stowell, Robert Brackley, and Richard Lelghton The cheerleaders for the team were Jean Carey, Evelyn Joslin and Marcia LaClaire In April 1953, the Junlor Varlety Show was presented laughs from the largest audlence ln the four years we have been here In May, we had charge of selling the refreshments at Um grammar school Field Day we handled it splendldly, if I do say so myself Marcia LaClaire, Pearl Marcy, and Richard Leighton were members of the Natlonal Honor Society Frank Webster and George Hunt left before the year ended Leo Bottomly w1ll now take you through the events the Senior year SENIORS l9Sh 1955 We started school two days after Labor Day in September There were fifteen boys and six girls, a total of twenty one 6CD Q7 D I 9 , . . . Short skits, singing, jokes and odds-and-ends produced many 0 U ' of 3 9 5 CLQOKXQQOKWJLD students to start the senior year Donald Little and Mllton Wlldcr failed to come back to finish thelr last year Karl Maler, however, came back to gradua+e wlth us The first thlng we dld vas to elect class officers The fOl1OW1ng are the class officers Richard L6lQHtOH, President, Robert Brackley, Vice president, Evelyn Joslin Secretary Marcia LaClaire, Treasurer, Marilyn Haney, Student Council Repre sentative, and Mrs Gardn r, Faculty Advlsor Fred Hardv, Fdwin Stowell, James Patrick and Robert Brackley ca through on the basletball team RICFQPH Lelghton was elected Plcsldfnt, and Evelyn Joslln became Secretary Treasurer of the Student Councll Alphonse Chenausky wa elected Presldent of the FFA On the glrls' basketball team were Marcia LaCla1re, Marilyn Haney and Jean Carey No t of the students thought Vext wc old Christmas Card from which we made a good s zed proflt That ransed our cl ss spirit so we put every thldg we had into the Senior Pl y, called nKeep Moving U Now NC began to really progrfs , a we put on the senlor class Chlcken Ple unter to which many of you came I am sure no body went away hungry Then, on Aprll 15, slxteen boys and girls boarded the bu ln New Salem and headed for Washington, where they saw many hlstorlc sights and nlaces of interest John Carey, James Patrlck, Warren Fellows, Russell Alden, Fred Hardy and Roy LaCla1re went our to help the base- ball team Now we had to get the yearbook eady and prepare for graduatlon On June 12, we had Eaccallureate 3UO today is Cla s Day Tomorrow nlght we N111 have graduation, and the next night lS the Senlor Prom I hop all of you vill be here for these events Je n Carey VlVlaH Bourbeau Fred Hardy neo Bottomly ol Q7 F . . .- - LI f- . . 1 : U . Q + . . L X- - .1 0 . . , D -' 0 4 . I 3 - - ' ,- , 3 - u ' ' . C 9 . 4 .1 -I L - Cn . 'me - J, - ' 5 - 1 . . J. 4 '. , ' Y' " " . 2 .. ' ' ' ' ' .. . 0 M ' s - ' . ' A x 3 1 S they had a good voice so they went out for the Glee Club. 1 - s L S - 5. . Q 0. a " D 4. . ' EL ' ' 0 ' I we ' J.s s - A ' 0 i L - N I 1 I . t - 1' -- o s ' ' . . A in A , . O Y A rl V , Q . ' ' ' , ' g J 1 s . . '. f " , -X I ' I A , O xv - ' A 1 4 '. . a T MEMORIAE Q7'i7 C fbbxllfqr We take pleasure 1U presentlng the e gltts to the class o 1955 we hone that ln future year they wlll renlnd you of the plea ant davs we all had 'S Our llttle glft to Leo, s none other than a 11 r's medal Later on when D1 klds sk klN about lt, ne can tell them that h was the be t storv tellex af NSA dUP1lQ lS three years here We hone you wlll l ys wear lt Leo For Vlvlan we leave a few more class plctures of her self She ordered so mauy bepore, that we thoufht he was paperlng her room w1t1 them, ano we'd 1178 to help ber out We W1 h you'd let us 'non now lt comes out, VlVl3H ve le1ve thl fdl e tooth to Eob He could have used it durlng the enlor play when he found lt dlfflcult to say certain word Now Bob can sag professor wlthout vlvlng everyone a shower for Je n Je 'now thls ra ner vlll be qulte the tHlU9 We hone h can cet the dent our of Jinmy's car before he notlces tres e wave faath ln you, Je n To Alnhonse we leave thls little Ford tractor Slnve h 1 qulte a Farmall man we know re'll swltch xhen ne trles a new brand You can practlce wlth the shall one, Al Later on you'll be able to use the bl one Ve leave to Warren Fellofs a bottle of ketchun could have d lt 3331 gton I guess the rest urants 1D 3QhlU ton don t crve vetclup ltn tneir hamburger , do they, warren We leave thls tor olg to arllyn lhlS 12 to reelace V olet who de r lrlend to her before bUtCHGPlFg tlne came around, c hone you guar her Yell, so the butcher wo1'1't get ner, too lo John we leave a shoe sh ne klt, so that some day he can JO1D tae llttle boy outslde The Plaza ln W3ShlHbtOH had qulte a t me wlth them down there what a way to wake a 1lVlDg' 62 rg ,4 K - fu ... N ' xi- 1 t J I I . - G . , A . - K' . ., 0 V, ,. . . -L 1 . 1 K ,A - I' S 11' V A T S . c J l " 1 . x lx. A. . , . . . A 4 " la - .1 f11 1 . , . D. ., n , Q V' 34 S ..1L El 14 . 1 1 tv -X . . - we H ' s - U- -1 1 1 1 h w ' ' 3 f- 'ny -w w ' - 1 , 1 A ca Vu L1 , ' . . , I . 1 ' ' .L .1 " , .A 1 1 .. I I 4. " . - J S ' . . , s . A 1 L AL a O ' .1 l . , . . . U S x ,f - " a fs N ' n , f-1 . U C xl nj C C ' 3 . 0 I, v . . . LJ . G Y If H . . . O 0 ,fb F I 1' F1 vp ' r v ' ' ' Mau, - Q 1 . l' .1 v - Q, - A, 1 SHG ?I O1 A - 1 S A. L ' W s Elf Y ' L ., 11 .1 , .4 an - .. T , E, , 4 ' I I . L, r l L . f 1 g -1 . . . , . G S J - ' 1 . 'J .1 . . Y X, . ,Q I 1 .1 q ' sr -, , , is ' 7 .. 4 e v. 1 . .. - L . He . . - - -L LJFE1 ln -J ,1l Tl 1, . -, -3, . - 1 . 2 c . o 1-' - P. ' A U' . 1 - n .4 - L r S - 1-1 - , 1. Q "r -. V 1 g R v ' 1 ' If ' "W ' ' f .L ' 'I' - 9 ' L A l . A ,Y ,, . . N V. 1 -1 N851 8. ,4 a A .1 1 1 L .1 .1- ' C 1- Il '- Q I I V' , J ' 1- ' -1..L. 1 - x A I W i f I ' u 1' 1. 1 l S l 1 T , IIS ' ' .1 ,. .' .1 G' 1 A A 1 I .1 Q A 1. - ' . . o C 1 NJA X0 1955 Qjlifevuvf-x To Fred we present this yo yo We thought he could prae tice dribbling a basketball with one hand and the yo yo in the other We hope you will be a champ some day, Fred To Gene we leave this book on three easy wavs to get into the movles He was qulte an actor 1n our play, and we thought, wlth a little knowledge he would be able to get lnto the movies wlthout any trouble. Better watch out, Marlon We would like to leave these horse blinders to Evelyn who was so impressed wnth the Washington taxi drlvers that she bulied her head in the seat Arcn't you glad tmat Lee 1sn't a taxi drlver, Lvelyn? To Marcia we leave a season's pass to the fork Theater, She took 1n so m ny movies ln Washington that we thought a free pass would save Alphonse some money Thls Tarzan funny book lS our llttle glft to Rey so he can read up on h s hero Ne nop you vlll always remember the kidding vou took and your nlckname, Tarzan We lp v this unique b 1810 wlth the propeller to Richard, so h 1 ll be one of the boy next y ar at col lege To Karl we leave this book of Mother oose stories to read He was qulte a braln in our class, and we thought that if he read up on these that ne w ll be able to lncrease We would llke to ltavr to Pearl this little mule to help carry her bools around that big blg campus at Wheaton It'll rcnlnd you a llttl of Fonduras, Pearl We leave tllS book on Washlngton for Oren to read. Magbe, lf he had read 1' before N6 left, and av all the fun N6 had, he Jould h v been able te leafe his girl long enough to come Because w rren Ollver lS tee youngest member of the el ss, Je leave hlm thls eabg bonnet We know that ne will appreciate thls humble trlbute To Easy Ed ve leave this box of Cheerios for that 'Go Power' that helps people to g t places on t1m Just 6 3 - . - w - - 0 1 I 3 N - I . . . O . 1 . . . O . , . . L - 'a . 1 Q L . . 7 . 1 . 0 . . Ln. A - ' o . . ., . 1 . '- ' e J' v U . A U - A Q . . N ea e - Cc , .- n . ,rv , L l L Y 1 ' l ' ' S l ' , Gf en O 1 F .1 , . , .L 4 1 U' .. . 1 ' ' t 1 . . . - . , . 1 , . hls word power. Happy reading, Karl. 4 . I . . . A , x s , I ' A. .. . T O . . p x L C - X4 "' Q . R . U . 1 ' 1 ' A . - . f x -AL 'Al U 1 "' S .7 1 A u. - 'f L Et. 3 'l 1 Q3 , ' ' 7 .L ' , J o . x 3 -1 Y ' ' ' ,. u - 1 I . 3 V X ' ' " C r . . -x -Q 1 . . . , . , . n rs , ,N I 1 1 - - 1 4 e .e. Ed MEMORQAE 1 4 '-. X- ' efmeyf xf never could make it to school for the first that you'll feel your CH6bTlOS , now, Ed To J1m, we leave this 'ey to the town of became friendly wlth a few of the Pctersham Wdsh1ngton trip and we thought H9 might like old friends. Have a good mo Rus ell we leave klddlqg about golng out bell We hope Petorshdm H people on the to PCVlSlt his tide, J1m, as w know you will tHlS l1ttle doll He took so much wlth old dolls th t We thought he would llke to try a young on for 1 ehahge Of course, she e1n't dance, Bowser, but she'll do Nov th t oul days dt NSA re Cndlng, these l1ttle glfts Wlll rema n Wlth Vou, toktns of your experience Wlth that 6XCSDt1OHQl class, tue Cl s of '55 CLEOPA1RA'S PAiC1 Russell Alden J mes Patrlck lhe h rge see t 1h l1r a Y n1s1ed throne, D Urn :fo md thdt Burue on the wate thf poop Pu ple the sa1ls, are so per? GG WlUdS were ova s e Whi P to the tune of flltf T e xeter hlCh th I to follow faster si er them, t1e oars were pt strove, le made As amorous of fhe1 trll For her ovd P r on, gvarfd all d er 1 1' Q me oe 1 loo elot 73 o O'er Dleturnng tlat Vfuu fe L 1 Th ahey outror t Q f 'Q Stood prfttv d1mpl d lar , 11 r LLIP Fup1ds, Nl Q dlV r colored 1rQ Jdos ll 13 Se m o glow the eel1ext s lhlb td 1 dld coo , An V t taey 1nd1d dvd W1l11um Shakespeare 6 0 D n - , - u L I . 4 'N , 7 V O . 41 .. L g K . 1 ' . . 1 , . , f u - K Q o ' , C. .L A L . ' . V . IX xx e -1 . Q N . . , - S 4' 'c.. A 'X 0 ' ' ' ' 1' fi a -A L I .L Ls . ' 1 rw -o 1 f- - ,V r , . g 1 1- S 3 5 A . O . . . J f- -vm 1 rx , 1 4 1. - . L be 3 1 , . . . . , l' " , . , A G - C- 1 ul. .J l . Q1 . .W , - ' Q -1 I rl, rv w - .7 . ,A E1 , , , , S51 ... , L O . SUP . 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Q . ff . 4 l NSA O 955 QQQ7 kJ ffl XVILL We, the class of Nlneteen Hundred and Flfty Flve of New Salem Academy, be1ng of clear mlnd and cloudy countenance do leave, thls, our last w1ll nd te t ment, the pleasures and pa t1NGS we have most enjoyed to those who have meant the most to us du 1D our four ye rs at NSA QECTIGV I Artlcle I To lr Edgar we leave a baroweter, so that h can tell when the w ither lS goln to be bad and notlfy the bus drlve that there lS no chool Artlcle II T r Hammond we leave our best wlshes and hope H6 has wany happy, successful Xfars at NSA Artlcle III T r Larson we leave next year's class wlth hooes that they wlll be more co operatlve have been alarm cloca the lornlng Artlcle IW Smlth we leave an heard he h qulte a tlme oettlng un lH of tho e new has to s no Artlclc V LO ir Wllbur ve le ve one 1nT sanders 11 case noth clas eve as we dld rtlcle VI To lr gone we e Vo laotne succ as ul 3 hlstory than we S V8 vlbr t a table tw nty Artlcle J I P rnlce aid IF L w lc v fon VOHOFl s o our trio to es nfton and hope tu y wlll never forget lt or Us Artlcle V T Io Mrs fardn r we l v bouquet of o whlte rose h la ol o r r lot for a 1 ha done for us Artlcle I LO Irs rlsce J I ve only our ppr Cl tlon an gr t ess Ol a I s s done ior hc Senlor glrls urln our four do 65 .... X I . . . . . . ' ' a S a . . . S 1 1 A 3 A . A , . r 3 ee . '1 .L . ., 7 : ki 0 F ' I A 8 , fl or 3 f v .' -rs 1 ' s I . . , . 2 0 U o V . . C na ' ysf I. . , . : O W1 0 r ' . L I p . r , - . 'X J O ' V 741 YT ' . J: lo lr. - - . - a w . . . . . fa C ' . " 'J fr dr GU LJ J 1. ' A' J ' . I M H, , 1 , A : 'L 0 1' E1 U S S " ' 1 ' r, J' mr: 0 fm va 1 ' A 5 1 Q La.. Q .L - c - I ' . - .- 4-1 - A : u . I lam H 4. or et f' 'e - ' v - M V" flV6 years at JQA. ' Y ' ' . I ,T ' . fs ' r ,J P1 ' V. - ,. - e L . LO N135 e cz hr. lnm e an c d . . ' "I 1 . T Her e f - , wt nl 1 - e e 5 F1 . O ' T T - 1 ' C rn I -. rw 3 1- rs Ill. a V ca Q Q U . , V ,I y. . y, as to e I sh v u g at 'ide ll sie 3 O ' 'X' T17 7, YT ' - , ' A: in . lo ve ea a e: a I- . - N 1A 1 w 4. v - -d a e-uln- f ' el- one na U I d 5 o' - 1- years. MEMORIAE Of-N vvff' Artlcle X To Miss Hayward and Mr Stone we leave our gratefulness for all they have done here at NSA and our best wlshes for thelr future SECTION II Artlele I To the Freshman Class we leave the wlll to go through life with a happy outlook Article II To the Sophomore Class we leave the courage to eontlnue on nd graduate Artlcle III To the Junlor Class we leave the wonderful tlme we had in Washlngton ln case they don't get there SECTION III Article I Russell Alden leaves h1s ablllty to keep us laughlng to Lewis POW1lHg We hope Lewls wlll make as much of a hlt as Russell has Artlcle II Leo Bottomly leaves hls Navy Pea Jacket to Rlchard Phlllips Thls will leave Rlchard an extra when he has the chalk dust cleaned out of hls own. Artlcle III Vivian Bourbeau leav s all her natural curls and waves to Dorothy Canon Now Dotty can have lovely curls all the t1me Lllllan Whltcomb We hope Lllllan will feel more at ease now, Artlole V Jean Carey leaves her slze to Eleanor Mealand Cheer up, Eleanor, Fred wlll pay more attentlon to you now Article VI John Carey leaves hls Job S 010014 Wlfldef' to Melvln Lackey We hone he wlll be as falthful as John has been. Artlcle VII Alphonse Chenausky leaves h1s co opcratnve at tltudc to Maurlce Lambert Now maybe the teachers will have less trouble Article VIII Warren Fellows le ves the llne he has for all the glP1S to Davld Lyman Now maybe we'll hear more from Davld 66 Q7 ' 2 0 I . l . . 0 . . , . . Article IV: Robert Brackley leaves his easy manner to . I Q - 0 NSA J,q955f- xxx K A-T'tiCl6 IX Malnllyn Haney leaves her wonderful sense of humor to Gerald Carey Now maybe w 'll see Gerald smlllng once ln a whlle Article X Fred Hardy leaves h1s false teeth to Rlchard Whlte so that hc can have a second plete 1D c se of an omer gency Ar lcle XI Eugene Hlldreth leaves h1s part as UProfessorU ln our play to Alfred Ohlson Thl 1 bound to make next year's senlor play a success Artlcle XII Evelyn Joslln leaves her alto volce to an 1n comlng freshman so that Mr Bone wull be certain to have a strong alto SoCt1OH ln comlng year . Artlcle XIII xarcla L3C18lfG leaves her wonderful dlsposl t1on to Dorothy Fleld Perhaps Dotty wlll get along better w1th her teachers, after th1s Artlcle XIV Roy LaClaire leaves hls flashy car to Paul Artlcle XV Rlchard Leighton leaves hls ablllty to conduct our class meetlngs to Robert Burden We hope Bob w1ll do as well Artlcle XVI Karl Maler leaves h1 goo as mallman to Alan Lego We hope he vlll be as dependable s Karl has been Art1cle XVII Pearl Marcy leaves her hleh scholastlc stand lngs to Poland Bourbeau Next year we'll be looklng for Roland's name on hlgh honors Artlcle XVIII Oren North leaves hls Job as doorman by the water fountaln to Leonard Wlrth de hope Leonard will be as falthful to Q15 post as Ore has been Artlcle XIX Narren Gllver leaves hls sly, wltty remarks to Douglas Wetherbv Thls wlll add a few more to hls collec tlon Artlcle XX James Patrlck leaves h1s Petersham glrl to any one who wants her now Jean won't have any more troubl Artlcle XXI Edwln Stowell le ves his flag ralslng Job to Norman Flye, wlth the hope that he'll remember to do lt more often than Edwln dld 6 7 --a.- -7- NJ iv? . - . e ' H . . . O 1 ' . . 2 .J - 1 '. . CL . '- L O t. : . . ' . .'s 's 1 . O O . u " 0 .'. 1 if I A . . . S . W : H . L .Q J . .- . . . . I O Marcy. This will be quite a change for Paul. : ' . A ' I . : V . .S . . . . - 1' o a . -L : ' -' 1 ' zz- . '- . l C 7 J . 'J' ' , . V , . . , . U A .J I I - ' 1' I n . . ,. , . . , . , 1 U. . . A . Q . C 0 U X 9 Q . 2 . , a . . J . I nu . l MEMORIAE C7Y7 We the above testators do place our seal and slgnatures on th1s,our last will and te tgmeng ln the year of our Lord, Wlneteen Hundred and Flfty Flve Slgned sealed and dellvered by the members of the Sen lor Class of New Salem Ac demy ln the year J1D8tG6D Fundred and Flfty blVG, ln the oresence of those who have subscribed our names ln tue wltnes of each other olgned db mm cf fgffwf-2 ZTQAW 5 fiazedla' .,Jf Jbdtkdhl J6!9 2? f7LtQLLL! fy f? ayniu Yicfawl' F agzanf 'M E 51.1145 MM www WWW Evelyn Joslln A P018 LQCl8lP6 68 Q' CJ 5 GF X955 0 . ' rw e f u e y W " ffdwl a y xlms . , an .f QJ I I 1 . M' 70 fc . , C if 1 J ougene Al honoo Euvooe Alphonc olvooe Alphon John ufowe John AlJ lf-no Al nwnso John x4 S C7Y7 nf. P kJl.f'XJ,J Toe ye r ls 1980 and I'm the proprletor of' a large gralo Toro owes Q, t I Ho'5 bFlUFl4 aloq Joon fo OJ oO Q ov' C139 ID Atnol well well, Here omor, Alohon, Cnonaookj, and another of PV ola classmates, wlw boo lold Ol FPHII. 11, rf' foolln oref J D Ier PHGUWHIISM h 1 t boon Ou rlnf too much, lunelx S sxe tl tC30HlUf ngllsh af LSA? o , sayo S 0' polnf fo rI+1ro after shP's flu1koH Q t oaswnd Looonts o1o's got ov r JOO l'1OwJn You stlll PUWULWK a.l foroe farrsq VPQ1 I vo Po wo IGG heid of ro lstrrcd Hol S L fins PJQldGUt of the dolatoln lPlO Loo 19 5 runwlov lor layor of lp an elpcff an 5SOCl3llOU r you dolov for a llVlHg V fr qHm1ll9 Toot O good 1 Join? Stlll ruo1l un Lqat anj more. I'v0 rot + wlll ll Lew Wnglwld ora I don't lavl H flflgp HOL lHb for r v vo' f f Q ol Carey's Towbar Co Inch Gewov I , I've boo 4 Flay of o co trols o or e in the cast ,oo EOE Lmlok Ioout F011 C a p1r+oL Q1 o 1 rlw I DP Sav HJ H11 Q Po o old llypop Qqleslin Leo 7ottomly9 6 9 l I s xx I X 11 , 1 Q ' ' n , C. A. V . , ,, , , 7 '. 5, H . ul , : I c M- TV hos o'st .o f ro ' 'A' I , , W , . ., , Av . 1 . M.....fJ - L-J . 1 .LL . 1 1 , 1. 1 ,, 1 .' ,I 'N ' T" .r ,lr,u, I olp I 1, a F 5 1 1 , V . Al, no, 5 mar .. , . . . - . 3 U,: On, sl: S loo 1 , ot' woll. i M o h, , , SSI I ' , b HO 4 - .c uf. , . . T . , x,..,. AZ I L 3 A- I 5 41, - .1 W . , , , . ,, oo: I-p . no S A I JL lu 1 , -, M . 1 P1 5 I J C h ' I , S ' o . -1 , 1 Q W TJ, . : . ' f. 1 1 Y L,,,,- .. L. ...N . J. , I. . - I 7- 4- . . ' -I ' ,- ' so: -.lf ' 1 ,oo mL,Qt , ,L l le -I - .r, SLN: I , I 2 IH's boa V Q40 o.ll'- - I ' nl -U '-- . . .. , Sll' - !X ' I I I , 'xl I 4 ,' ' I '.-C3 I' ll f l V , , Q. LV , , Q. , wortn Orange. oo all nfow tant nl wlll wln. W , ,w, , I , . . . .L i ,- : I F '., . me fl .3 1 ' -,www X- 1-.F , ' I - . ,, , -. LJ JC,-A. ,Q U . V V.. ' ' W . A.: no, . I Q ,U r, . , -' K , Q - , 0 . - ,- ,, .g ,- 7 , v , tm: blfn Q, . ., S :N 3' .. , F - ' v mo. U V E v' 1 I- l, 4x x . rnonsoz da eA't , I :vor ,Hard ol. . I 'A I . T., l - v v Qugghloz Io lon Cdlcfllf -H' 1,zre. ,1 v , uh X -I Y 1, 4 1' - v . . by L ,: do oil t.le llrz- r :nf-l. t - or L, gi ' 4,' w s In Q 5- -,A 1 v . L- yi . " 'U : rg ' l ij 1 ' -1- Erin- E-Il all L ' - .5 " V7 ,' W T ,. ' 'L , I . S. ...8.fl.g ..wJ.YTib,f CO, , . I X. Q- I . N A --t U, Wlft Qg,:n,q I our - lo 1 or tk , 4 1 . . Eugene Alphonse John Alphonse Eugene Alphonse Eugene John Eugene John Alphonse Eugene John MEMORIAE vf'l3 vw!-E1 Well, I guess his aptitude test was right H started out selling lollypops but it wasn't long before he was pres dent of the company, and now h owns it Hov about Warren Oliver? What happened to him? de struck oil while he was digging for gold 1 his backyard, so ue had to move to loxas to be with the rest of tae oil millionaires Then tdere's Warren Fellows, I guess wc've all heard about him Yup, he finally managed to get on one of those talent scout shows and now he's m king over wl0O, OOO a vcar xith nis trumpet Is Eddie Stowell still teaching Busines Adminls tration at tne University? b cause he's late to class I met our old clas president, Richard Leighton, cn the street corner the other day, pq sing out cigars Fe's goilg on his 2Oth year of teaching llrl man gement down at the University You know those gre nhouses on thc may to H dleyq Yeah Nell I heard Bob Brackl y bought up the whole works on tne inst llment pl n HO's going to pq' five dollars Q month for the next 137 years Do you know nything about Fred Hardy? Oh, Fred reformed and went to a ministerial school for five years lhat last year was to learn how to build a church which he's doing now on that Athol Orange bypass You fellows don't know if Marilyn Haney and Bob Brackley ever made up do you? Oh, I heard Marilyn got hitched with some old farmer in Petersham, calls himself Arthur Adams 70 W ' A ' X"-: f ' T7 : . e J 'A .J l . 1 -, , T -e ' . : 1 , ' N . .. ' . I ' ' H ,-s . If . n 1. M . . Q I . . . . ' A I ' ' I I L O ' f ' , W 3 - A F lv 1 . J vt 'V A Q : ' ' 3. s '.- 1 John: Yeah, and the students are still complaining e . : A ' s J ,I I , - C ls ' , . A I . J . 4: K '- Q , . : e - H v a . I 0 . 2 ' , . e . ' ' 2 , a . - ' J , 1 ' , xr , : a .' f . . O . -b t e N Q L I A . . . " U l A . L Q Alphonse John Eugene Alphonse John Eugene John Alphonse John Alphonse John Eugene NSA O A955 Y7'Y7 You know, Oren North isn't doing too badly, he's married and has five young boys He's the one who owns that new Ford garage in Wendell What ever happened to Karl Maier? Karl is a salesman for the Athol Table shop whlch u s always one of hls magor ambitlons. He fi n lly accepted Pearl Marcy's proposal of mar rlage, and now tn y both are livlng happlly, though they haJen't seen ach othcr lor ten years By the way, where lS Pearl now? She's down on the Amazon The only tlme she came back was to marry Karl, Did you fellows know that Rus ell Alden lS tender and bouncer at txe Warwlck Inn? lhey call him Bowser tne bouncer Do fou know vho's WOPkl1g for Sears and Roebuck? You don't mean V1v1an Bourbeauo I slre do Sne's the one who fills the o ders for the people who send ln Whcatles box tops for those plastlc engagement rlngs slnger Well, she took over the hate Sm'tj Show, and She's Just as :opular as Kate Smlth evcr was You fellows knew what Roy LaCla1re is dolngq He lS wrestllng down at the Hou e of Upsets H h sn't won a m teh yet, but tney stlll call hlm Tarzan I heard Jean C rey lS followlag ln hcr father's footsteps and bought out Ell1ot's dmlry farm ln Petersham Jlm P trlck, who used to go wlth Jean Carey, lS rem 1n1ng wlth Ell1ot's dalry, 1nd lS now working under the new dmlnlstration Jlm flnally worked hls way lnto the C rey famllyi 71 Q7 Y O I 1 4. . ra f ' .A ' ' , - a Q l 1 e U . ' . X f -A e 3 E ' : ' Q 1. ', D Q : . . ' : ' ' ' ' s I ' I ' F7 f . .L ' u I Q O - : K 1 'L . : 1 . ' M - r X ' f,:.,L - . . Eugene: You fellows remember Evelyn Joslin, the great . Q 1 7 J -4 . E . g . I . ka X - - " S 0 G ra IW ' . . cl A LL A ' 0 : L Q 5 . . A . 3 'A .1 P' 2' K f ' 0 I : . a . , - K . al . . . ,. F . Q A. . . . . ' C ' a .' MEMORIAE ,N xx! Z1 i7i7 Q7 klphonso You maklng much money here 1 tely, Gene? mugene No, just a few t ns a d twentjs now aud then ine COUH+6IfGlt bdSlU9SS l n't vlit lt used to be Alphonse ve pot to be ettlng Home to do my cqorea Eugene Yea see jon lQYt week Don'T go taklng any tHl9G dollar b ll Eufene Hlldreth Alphon e Chenaasky John Carey X. r IJ If-lf. DCHON On behalf of' ti ol I' lofff' I xould lllw to present to the cnool thlS s eaaer' stend preclatlou for all e none tt t tnls rlft ulll erve as in lnspiratlon to those who seef to furtler fhe selves 1U the oratory fl ld le neue eide worod fo cool f+ VklCQ xoulo na ce tue appe rqnne of our Oncol l nude ts toward bftter asse blles Karl dal r 7'2 . I 4. A J: I . Q a u FH ' FT1 V: . L3 il " A X f , L s 1 . , . ,G V, . u .l f La fi n . 5 , , , . , .l : .ell, I J 3 - -- l L . f : h, l'll , 1 r,. , . , 3 f 1 ls1, - i ,s. . 4 A J A . 3, 1 , I4 .. ... JK- - I I-' - I I .J . ' px rin rw A , rv ' r I, -. V .- -' -J.: v ,,1, , w J . . A , Q s . sV,x s . . o A s l A perl, s 'l 1E ae - 1 that NSA has meant to us. -, , , . W. . . . U L ., V, 21 xx, f' So, o c 4 , , , M . .D L H.. - U .1 -ln .1 . - J U 9 TY y 1 A I . ' 1 . ' ' lv .f,'. L oar. Q , sane a gl U in - v en. n , I " 4- ' . ' , V. . a ins, s.. - and so1mu'ate tne Su on - . e . -,m . l , v e ' 9 5 QE-'?"'NQf'4 Lib 6 WAV U'- X! 4.-I JUNIOR CLASS First Row, left to right A Onlson, F Wesson, M183 PGPDlCQ Faculty AdJ1SOP, R Burden, P Iarcy, R Chenausky Second Row, same order J Godfrey, C Povvllng, '11 Hackett, L Wood- bury, D Fleld, L Whitcomb 1h rd Row, same order R Phllllps, D Wetnerby, D Shfpardson, D Lyman Presldent Robert Burden Secretary Fern Wesson Treasurer Alan Lego Qfxdnnf F mn 11 Ran nfnf I Paul Marcy -NJ J 'JJ l V? N. "' 0 1 I ' .L . . ,- L 1 o ' - 0 1' o V O " o 'Q ' 5 0 O D . 4 m , -- f I O -1- . . . o w - 1 -I 0 0 ' . . i . ' I Q Vice-president . . Richard Chenausky 0 U O O 0 I O Q C O O O I U 0 U f 0 U Q Q U 0 U U O Q C 3 , - .1 .u .nl ll noun. . .inn . . . MEM? RIAE ,X-65 K f' Q43 Q fk fl SE IOH CLASS PlPSt Row, lefo to rlght V Follows, F Hardv, O North J S d Row same Patrlck, Cllver, E dlld otq, R Aldo ooo , or or R LaCla r , J F rod, P I r J, A P noy, E Josll , Botto lf F N 1 lllfd Rom, s me ord I A Chooaasay Q Br ckloyi N La la ro , V Polrbo u, Stow ll, R Lollhtow PPGSldGUt Rlcl rd Lolghtoo V1Cp P ont Roo rt Br klLJ Socr t rf E lJn Jo 1 Tr savor M ro L C lla Stld Q Colwcll Uo 1 t H rll 1 n n 74 I ' , x -., ... , xv, X! X1 .Q N f .J Q 3 Q ' l 1 f I vi '. Luv! 41 ,, 4 '1, ' , J . Et , , I 1 J Q A S A I , , as a 1. x I ' I Q- N 1 ' .4 , 1, J x , 1' I - l 4 5 I A. N fn' 4. ' 1 "'v a 0 U o , o . ,ff . Y . 1 117. I . . I' - . . H, I fl 'J I ., ,V . -' d -- . Sl o . oa ' , na C' D . la . n .-. ' my - ., ,- 1 L, m ' L. no er, A 2. o'-- . .Sl 1 . , 5 . Q 1 1- .-' . ., a, A M, C 'lPu, J, C3-lj ., , v X3 5. o . fr o V 1 0 . . , . 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H,proSoloQ lvo , , 11 do 1 of NSA 4? 1955 C7Y7 I' Of OK ESSAYS FAITH II FA r Cla s motto l FXIII, I a 'Faith in whaton Before we can d scuss what our falth 13, we must be ac qualnted with the meaning ol thl lnportant word The dic tlonar says that falth is a firm and earnest belief also trust The Bible, in Hebr ws elev n, one says that, UFaith 1S the substance of tnlngs hoped fo , the 6V1d6UC8 of thlngs not seen We g1V6 GV1dSHCG of falth in trlvial thlngs as well as deep and spiritual things Ev ry time we sit ln a chafr we show that NS have faith ln lt 'e believe lt wlll hold us, so we act accordingly We put the same klnd of material faith ln many other thlnzs every day There are also thinps ln nature ln which we out faith We cannot see tomatoes in the little seed, but we believe a tomato olant will grow from it We also put our faith ln people We climb into the back seat of a frlend's car, Jheth r we realiz lt or not, we are eatrustlnp our llv s to the drlver Whit a terrlble world tllS would be, if 10 one could out hls falth ln other humans In our era, more than ev r, ve need to be able to gove nment woul' fall and the world vould be plunged lnto a state of nrlmitive and anlmal llke chao if w could no Longer put our falth n people But I am lad that e can put our canlldence in Otqol n dole I thlrk that as gradu ates who are lOOklHL forwarl to a new and b oader find of llfe ln the home, COWWJHltf and vorll, ve should resolwe to be the Alnd of people ln who ot ers can place th lr full trust A mo e important falth lS solrltual Ve b lleve that there lS 1 greater dlfference th n a hlghl develooed mlnd betv en man and aHlmalS ie has a soul lhlS thlrd art of man is tne cent r of snlritual falth. In looklng around the forld we can see that there are many dlfferent f3lthS some D ople wor hlp nature They 75 ', vr' rv- -. 1 --- L ,, ' ,, 1 nw ' . -1 Y . Ou .1 Q c L 90 uri, . . . , . . , .L . " ,, . . . S I Q 4. ' . . L7 Y . 1 - 5 e ' ' e , 1. . .. . Y. . . ,, I .L . 1 5 gg I . . . . . . f 1 ' - ' 5 0 3 1 . V in 1 ,- . . N . 1 . I g ' - L s Q . - . . A Y 1 I 0 Ll I 0 , . . - V r D - A g 5 1 N ' L I I J Q- - x L f L ' f il . . - ' N . u 3 A. ' - ' Y' ' G . 'I , . . 1 . 3 I . ' L 4 5 if J Q ' C , , . , A . . ' ll 'a I ' 1 J. A v. .L q 1 ' 9 .' 9 . . - have conlldencc ln our fellow men. Banks would close, the . . I' Q , ' '- . Q . . .9 A ' - -I 1 " .. ., 9 ' 'Q Lx rv -my 3, 1 . .l A J Jw 5 D L V 0 ' ' , ' f .11 .1 L u w L 4- .1 q . 14 I f ' . . I V-- ' - 7 . Q 1' ' , . ' ' ' ' X 1 ' 1 1 J L A. 1. k L A ul k KA I 4' , . . , , . Ax la - L v fl., - -4 . G I . . . . ,K . 1. T .. -' , , .. S . . I 1 F. 8 . Y ir . . T f-, . . I 9 I of . .L Il , - Q . . .1 4 . 3 J. A, . J ' Q - XII . . 1 Q . 1 Q . H fi ' S g MFMV RIAE C P527 place their splritual falth ln the sun or rocks or trees or anlmals Some of the ancient Canaanltes believed ln Baal and other idols The Chlnese honor thelr ancestors Afri cans put thelr faith ln fetlshes, and n witch doctors Other groups nave solrltual falth ln Shinto, Buddha and Mohammed So we see that people have 1n many dlfferent tHlH2S Here us belleve 1n God but not all lleve in the whole Blble and Savlor Oth rs belleve in only b lieve ln Jesus, whil stlll placed thelr spirltual faith ln the Unlted Stat s most of n the same way Some b ln Jesus Chrlst as thelr thc Old Testament and do not others do not believe ln the Old mestament or only ln ccrtaln oortlon . Some have one lnterpretatlod for a partlcular verse, and to others lt means an entlrely different thlng Spitlrual falth 13 a very lmportant part of man We can see that, by the imoresslon it has wade on hlstory Each person should have a strong and well grounded spirltual falth I belleve that there would not be so great a need for mental lHStitut1OnS today lf more people had more falth, not merely a wlsh washy, vagu klnd of belief in Something they are not even sure of, but a firm and steadfast falth Juvcr le lcllnqu n y can be traced, in.a large part, to a lack of sblrltual famth It has been noted that the greater part of d llnquents dave had no plrltual trainlng, or Jery llttle ln the home W w of trem ttend church regularly Sblrltual falth should be a vltal part of ev ry home and every person's llfe I hope that e ch one of us will develop a st one and 1 stl g fa1+r, and, as a result, a better cnaractcr Pearl Marcy OUR PROBLEM What lS the biggest problem faclng our country today? Is lt COmmuDlSW, depresslon, the Democratlc and Republican partles or 1S it EduC8tlOD9 If you thlnk seriously about the subject, I thlnk you wlll agree wlth me when I say it 18 educatlon that presents the blggest problem to our country, 76 I ,X f"' -7 . . . . . . Q .L . . o 1 0 " . . . I f s . . . . . . I . . I C Q 0 L 0 l Q Q - . Q . . . , 1., - f. e- 0 l 'I 0 O O . . 3 . e . . . . . 9 3 41 . . . .G J. - " A o . . r . . J. A - 0 C I . . . . V 1 - o . . L v ll 5. I. 5 ,. U 0 O ' 0 Q Q l . A . ., ' " f Q .L . f 'I 4, . ,, , . that wlll carry tnem through a CTlSiSn . . all fa e c . . I I . . . Y - 0 D . , , 6 . . . u . .L .L Q . A . , ' ,, 1 . .ef In a I T c h u l il Q - c ' ' , I " ' li - ' . . U- 7. U11 A J A ..a nr? J A .L ' J - ' Ula. Q J - N 1 . . - . . . . . A . . c o 1 0 . , J . . . . . . . ' n C I Qxlvfx 'Q and to all other free natlons all over the world Education 1S a must if we are to keep our country stable, to maintain culture and livlng standards and to contlnue to grow and 1m prove An educated nation is a nation of understandlng, intel ligent people Crime and other social vices are kept at a mlHlmUm bec use of a basic understandlng of right and wrong, and a Wll11lgn6SS to co eperat wlth law enforcement agen clcs An educated nat on 1 hard for enemy agent to pen etrato because irtelllgent p ople a e hard to influence Durlng their ed cation these people have learned that what mlglt look good onivht when one is tlred will look terrible tomorrow when one is rested real SatlSfHCtlOn comes from things whlch are wo k d h3PQ for and honestly obtalned Education develops character and points a way to success for many lndividuals F have not had tb benefit of a nor mal, happy, home llfe A prlme example of what a country is l1ke wlthout a sound educatlonal system 1 Indla Indla has on of the hlghest annu l death toll from disease, merely because they lack doctors Every year the Unlted States sends agrlcul tural expe ts to Indla to lmprove her crop produce The Indlan people, qs a whole, a e super tlt1OuS and vulllble, merely because they have not been lHStPuCt0d. in modern ldS1S Inl1a's cultural, moral and l 1 ng standards are among the lowest, eecause they lack a sound educatlonal program Thls could bapp n te ary country, even the United States, lf suddenly everyone lost hls lnterest ln educatlon al lmprovement How much do you get done when you trrow up your h nds 1U despalr and ey lalm nTt's Ju t too muchH9 We all know that th1s attltdie never yet, tH1S very f ellng lS prevalent States Th1S country could stahl a you don't believe 1t, then, loom at attend town meetlngs, who vote and a CONQllShSd anything, r ght here ln the United Good nouse clelnlng If the number of people :ho who take an lnterest in COMmunltV projects The flgures are rathe depres lng 0 a natlon wide basls, only about 507 of Amer1ca's 61lglb16 vet rs vote In a nearby town, where there are abolt 3200 eliglble voters, only 200 to 250 attend their town meetlng, and when a town prog ot is being dlscussed the turnout is usually smaller Thls is not a very good example of civlc pride and communlty partlclnatlon On almost any street, 77 . . 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A 9 1: 'V M L MO RI AE C"'kfXvVvfx"X3 however, people can be found complaining about conditions in the town whlch they find undesirable These Nstreet corner politicians who do not attend their town meetings, what right have they to complain when they were not even inter ested enough to attend and to find out what was going on? This is why I say that America's percentage of civic mlnded voters is very small It is about time that the whole country reallzed that in order to get any satisfaction from community affairs, one must attenl town meetings, get up and express his or her opinion, go to dlscusslonsor various'1bj ects and find out where their money is going and to what use it 1S being put The quickest way to 1HSt111 this civic knowledge into people is through a renovated educational system Education must be made more appealing Youth must be made to reallze that cducaflon is an opportunity and not an ord al This will bc done only when townspeople take enough intere t to eo that better schools with more facilities are provided and that teachers whose methods follow the modern turn are employed People must begin to realize that the old complaint of, 'Teach the child en more reading, writing and ar1thmet1c,n obsolete 1 la trend is to supplement thes basic re quiremcnts 11th nstructions on how to be a better cltizen teacblng, I ask you, Nho 15 more lmportant, a person who is a whlz at math but stay home on electlon day, or 1S it the person wlth the CiVlC mlnd who attends the elections, the town mGGt1UgS and diSCHS3lOD on communlty affairs? Further more future Cit1Z61S educ t d along the progre lVG line, wlll acquire a deep r thir t whlch w1ll lead to the reading of better books and more self education Today's citiren must also reallze that mor money is needed to build better schools, to increase teachers' sala rles and provide the schools we already have wlth modern fa clllties Do rot go around with the thoughts, HI pay enough taxes, teachers get pald enough for the work they do andwhat Nas good enough for me lS good enough for my kids That is entlrely the wrong attldude There are thousands of people in other COdHtPluS who vould bc pleased to pay the taxes we do, just to be able to particlnate in community affairs and ngoy the freedoms which we have but do not appreciate Let us begin to realize how lucxy we are and become unlted in the thought that we are all proud to be Americans Let us 78 U ' Q7 A . O n , A o . o A r . . L, i - 1 I ' . . . . . , J O 5 c 4 g L 3 'J- S . Y 'J ' -I s s e A Q .1 'gf 1 V O . v . 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I .4 ' J ' c '. 4 .. 1 O . f A , Cfgfxv vf-X Mori together to deJelop clvlc mlDdGdUGJS especlallx where emucatwon lS concerned It lS throubh educatlon and on y 6dJC3tlOH tqat umerlca can f el secare Tnrouoh Qduo tlon the lnt FU8tlO1dl clltural and llvlng problems facln our country today vill be turneo over to a nat1on of eager, rc sponsivo oeopl xho are well oqalppod to take this tremen dous respowslbllty RICHJFG Leighton TJTRODUVlION Plplaf down tHC valley M11 , Plpll sowgs of pleasant blee, On a cloud I saw chlld, And he laugflhb ,aid to me 'klpe one about 1 Lamb oo I piped xlth worry ck f HPlp F, plpe thlt sonf ale no I plpod he wept to no P uDrop thy Ulf tty 1 V e o I wana ac s 1 U lm, While h 10 H 1 r, 1+ th frlt a boom, tl all may reid So he mahls c how 1 S17 Amo 1 lcmfo Hollow reef ANG ade Pa' l Heh, an stalved th later clear And xrote FY 1 ppx sohvs Every C3113 may Joy to hear llllam Blake 7 9 J 9 f rx I 5J Y ., Q . . A . U . 7 I - .J , . - . . 3. -' A . 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'V 1 v d I h le v , 1 ' e- -Q V - 1- - -V 'I C , . . - V X -L Q vi' ' . f it A - MEMCRIAE vow!-N643 SENIOR PLAY CAST First Row, left to rlght E JOSl1H, P Marcy, Miss Pernice, DlP8CtOP, M LaClaire, V Bourbeau, J Carey, Second Row, same order R Leighton, Q Brackley, M Haney, R Alden, m Hildreth, Y Maier 'KEEP MOVING The senlor class this year presented nKeep MOVlHg , a roll1ck1ng farc comedy bf Paul S McCoy The cast lncluded Anne Baldwin Marcla LaCla1re June Harrls Evelyn Joslln Rush Harrls Karl Maler Wom Jeffery Rlchard Lelghton Douglas Wells Robert Bracxley Professor Randolph Eugene Hlldreth Harrlet Mason Jean Carey Emma Knlght Marilyn Haney Loretta Phlllips Pearl Marcy Charlty Lynn Vivian Bourbeau Sam Vlne Russell Alden Dlrector . MISS Pernlce 3 O , ,,- 5 , 2 f l 4 f . """ 0 I . n ' . I 0 O ""' 0 A o o u do Lo 0 ! ll . T . gg " ' e A 1 ' . . ' the following: O 0 O O ' . , - 0 0 0 . . I O Q O . 1 I O O O . . f 1 I 0 I I Q I O O . O l C O- I O I . 1 O O 0 O . U O O O . T O 0 0 U ' . l O O I O I . . . H. . K. Nj ,"Nl 5 wwe STYLE SHOW First Row, left to rlght H Black, M Huobard, E Bezio, K, Matthews, 4 Hanev, B Bourbeau, J Carey Second Row, same order E Wllliams, M Fisher, D Fleld, C Powling, P Clark, E Joslin, M LaCla1re, Thlrd Row, same order L Woodbury, E Hackett, P Carey Each year the Household Arts Department pats on a style show in whlch the glP1S model the garments they have made durlnp the year At thls year's style show the glPlS modeled Sk1PtS and blouses, blouse nd Jumper , sults, and dresses After the style slow the 3ldlCUC w s t ken on a guided tour of the AgTlCultJP1l, Shop nd Household Arts bulldlngs R freshments were served at the Household Arts buildlng 81 N A ,QD Q' 'FQ-1 -- 4 4-QL. . - , , , .damp H J, M- ' ., i e, , . 'Y 0 '. N N - S' ,- U i .ii 1 . . " 0 0 o 'll 1- 1 ,, 0 o 0 1 ' Tv? -' "" 3 4 115 0 0 0 . . 0 0 L "" 0 0 0 C- 0 . 1 c ' . ' . . . A 4 A. - Y . . 3 c Q c .4 . G A . U . ' Q CA ' Q a . . V' ' -L G fl 3- . 1 'I 1 . . : . at - - 1 0 6' . L c. - - Q Comollment H UmBU1ff Lumber and Bulldlhg M terlals Petersh m Romd Athol, Gas Tel mmol 289 Open S x Digs A e 1e Tre t You 5 lThe Yewr AAMLN Cl s Pmotogr pier Mont vue Cwta 158 U ln street, Grfeenfleld A of T,8 WHH L ' e,IHE. L S. i x ' iff ek U Q iii , L . 77 J Q X fka X L1 Xi A FQ ' r QNX UKJAF - 3 3 I 5 al HUELL EUPPURHTIUH Nanufaoturers of PRESSED STEEL PRODUCTS IPHT MACHINE WGRK rqnfe, a 2 , I Complim nts F'X " NX ,,, L CJfXJQf'XXx.!L UWFCAWR AND ROAD S RVICV ORA ui, MASS Teleohone 190 V Telephone 190 D W X I K X12 L J U ' . ' of 5 risk. r.s.A J A9 of fm- ' r f fb LJ . 'A 1 P 1 'AY V 1: , 'LJ A.: 4 LJ ,Lg TT". ,N 4- 0 P -Q - ,M Compliments of the LUQVW cfs onor fgforo Tonj oh to , Proprieter lv H... 'f' ,? - V L K1 kwa ' X 0 Q 3 , 'V' if-JG? NATIONAL BAN K 1x11 ix X If - I 3 Orwnge, Mass. , "A""""' ' A""" ' "' "A 'L "dui 2 I 'X 3071i f , o of H. A .f X , , I f NX X X ff xx I XXI' ' . 8 -'- Aa La .p 2 1'Ag v 3 . V 1 V 4 9 . 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