Newmarket High School - Lamprey Yearbook (Newmarket, NH)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 72 of the 1954 volume:
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NEWMARKET HIGH SCHOOL
NEWMARKET, NEW HAMPSHIRE
ln the midst of these days of looking ahead it is fitting to look back
four years to another day full of hope for the future Eight years of
planning and thought were behind you and four more years of construc
tion were ahead You were still rather uncertain on sorne points but you
had confidence that they would all work out
Now as you look back you realize the importance of good plans and
firm foundations You can see that a block placed crooked in a building
can correspond quite effectively to a wrong turn in your life You now
know that your courses were chosen to help to prepare you for the
future lust as a building is built to withstand the weather
We hope that as you thumb through the pages of this book today and
in the years to come it will help to bring back memories of your years at
Newmarket High School. And remember, you can tell your grandchildren
that in your Senior year, 1954, the gymnasium was built.
To show our apprecnatnon and gratltude for all you have
done for Newmarket Hugh School In the past three years would
be almost Impossible Under your expert coachlng and lead
ershlp our boys athletlc teams have gone on to capture vrc
tory after vnctory The record rmproves as each year goes by
In recognition of these things we dedicate to you Mr Land
roche the 1954 LAMPREY
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The Emplre State Buxldnng In New York Cnty IS the worlds mlghtlest bulldung
xt IS supported on a foundatnon two stones deep whlch In turn rests upon solld
bedrock Barrlng a malor catastrophe thus buuldung wall stand for years
For the past few months you have watched our new audltorlum gymnasium
grow from a hole In the ground to a beautiful structure Perhaps you did not
realxze lt but the foundatnon of the bulldung was constructed wlth utmost care
and accuracy lts common knowledge ID the contracting lndustry that a solid
foundatlon IS necessary for a good bulldlng
ln lrfe as In constructuon a solld foundatxon IS necessary for continued years
of satisfactory service that you must render throughout your llfe
You began building your foundation formally twelve years ago In the first
grade Year by year step by step you have land the basis of your lufe Have you
done a good lob wall the archltect accept your work? Or IS your foundation a
mere patchwork of one school year after another put together wnthout any
plan for the completion of your lufe s structure?
Free public educatuon ts one of Americas greatest glfts to nts t ens lt
your foundation to a happy and successful lufe Busld at well make lt strong you
alone wnll benefnt by your efforts
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University of N e w
Degree in Education and
Salem Teachers College,
Bachelor's Degree in Sci-
Keene Teacher's college,
Bachelor's Degree in Sci-
ence and Education.
University of South Caro-
lina, Bachelor's Degree
in History and English,
Boston University, Mas-
ter's Degree in History.
University of N e w
Degree in Arts.
University of New
Degree in Science and
Plymouth Teachers Col-
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in Science and Educa-
Riviera College, Bache-
lor's Degree in Arts.
Boston University, Bache-
lor's Degree in Music.
Business Manager , 7 Philip LaBranche
Advertising Editors , Robert Morin
TYPISTS and PHOTOGRAPHERS
Photographers Eliot Bosinger
Typists Hazel Gilbert
Edvor Patrrea Roorey
Assistant Editor Shirley Clarlc
BLsrness Manager Phrlip LaBran:he
Facotty Advisor Mr. Grncley
LITERARY EDITORS and PHOTOGRAPHERS
Literary Editors Thomasina Finn
Photographers I 7 Eliot Bosinger
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FRESH MAN CLASS
First row: Marilyn Twombly, Virginia St. Hilaire, Elizabeth Shelton, Robert deRoch-
mont, Robert LaBranche, Regina Ryan, Sandra Walker, Roger Harvey, Judith Hale,
Joanne Reardon. Second row: Rachael Labonte, Donna Davis, Shirley St.Laurent,
Lucille Roy, Harlene Szabo, Sandra Dodds, Anita Langlois, Betty Finn, Nancy Finn,
Dorothy Dickerson, Sally Plumer, Mr. Farley. Third row: William Mason, Thomas
Byron, Charles Latour, Edgar Moisan, Robert Zwiercan, Bruce Dexter, Jerome
Mitchell, Richard LeBeau, Robert Szacik, Raymond LeBeau, Richard Emond. Fourth
row: William Allen, Adelard LaBranche, Jerome Canney, Andrew Crooker, Donald
Howcroft, Richard Mills, Edward Dutka, Thomas Talbot, Richard Wilson, Terence
Mann, Richard Gagne. Carol Clark, absent when picture was taken.
Forty-one young promising pupils entered the Freshman class on September 9,
1953. We found it entirely different from Junior High School. Our shifting from
Room 2 to Room 3 carried greater responsibilities and more and varied activities.
We knew we had a better opportunity of meeting new friends and building a
better reputation for ourselves.
We were informally introduced to Newmarket High by the gay Freshman
Reception which was sponsored by the Student Council.
A short while after this we elected our class officers. They are as follows:
President, Robert LaBranche, Vice President, Robert deRochmont, Treasurer,
Elizabeth Shelton, Secretary, Jean Ryan, and Student Council members, Roger
Harvey and Sandra Walker.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
President 7 Robert LaBranche
Vice President Robert deRochmont
Secretary 7 7 7 7 7 7 77 7 Jean Ryan
Treasurer 7 7 7 7 Elizabeth Shelton
Student Council Representatives 7 7 777777 Roger Harvey
We have but lald our foundations for the years ahead of us We shall continue
to develop our talents and build upon our foundations that we may be prepared
to face life bravely and unafraid of the many mule stones we must cover
One of the great tasks of our Freshman year was to make St Pats Dance
a success Thus dance was held on March l2 1954
We also had an enloyable outing In June chaperoned by Mr Farley our
home room teacher
Now our class IS looking forward to becomlng sophomores wuth great anxious
ness although we feel this last year has been a profitable one and lots of fun
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First row: Joan Dudley, Priscilla Wycik, Carol Walker, Lorraine Hamel, Bruce
Hauschel, Sara Record, Gretchen Mason. Second row: Mary Lasofsky, Mary Dostie,
Frances Brigulio, Elaine Fisk, Cynthia Hill, Carol Allen, Muriel Wawizkiewicz, Bar-
bara Canney, Jeannette Belleau, Mr. LeBouthillier. Third row: Robert McGowen,
Roland Cathcart, Beverly Norton, Carol Beaudette, Joan LaBranche, Nancy Dawes,
Richard Pohopek, Kenneth White, Ronald McGowen. Fourth row: Richard Demers,
Jacques Gagnon, Charles Chantre, Robert Otis, Ralph Nutting, Clifford Thomp-
son, Donald Labonte, Richard Beaulieu, Walter Zwearcan.
We entered high school for the first time as Sophomores on September 9,
l953, knowing we were a step ahead and no longer freshmen.
With Mr. LeBouthillier.. as our class advisor, our first class meeting was held
on September 15, l953. At this meeting we chose our class officers. They are as
follows: President, Lorraine Hamel, Vice President, Carol Walker, Secretary,
Bruce Hauschel, Treasurer, Priscilla Wycik, Student Council Representatives, Carol
Walker and Bruce Hauschel.
Our first social event was the annual Sophomore Hop. This memory will stay
with us for years to come. This event took place in the gaily decorated high
school auditorium with music provided by the Art Turner Orchestra.
We, of the Sophomore class, are proud of our participation in the various
school activities, especially in athletics.
SOPHCMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Student Council Representataves
We are all Iookmg forward to bemg Junlors wut
we enloyed bemg Sophomores
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Furst row Edward Bousvert Robert Cleveland Shurley Clark Thomasuna Funn
Charles Parent Marulyn Stevens Eluot Bosunger Hazel Gulbert Cecule Latour Sec
ond row Aluce Lemere Patrucua Rafferty Maruorue Call Patrucua Rooney Dorothy
James Dorothy Carroll Ruth Gubb Laura Johnston Mary Hull Joanne Sewall
Muruel Lambert Muss Wood Thurd row Danuel Mutchell Eugene Langlous Davud
Noon Ruchard MacDonald Davud Lang Phulup LaBranche Robert Morun Robert
Shelton Donald Labonte Wulluam Byron
We started our Junuor year at Newmarket Hugh School wuth hugh hopes of
another successful year We were pleased to fund that we had Muss Wood for our
We started the year off by electung the followung offucers Charles Parent Pres
udent Thomasuna Funn Vuce Presudent Marulyn Stevens Secretary Shurley Clark
Treasurer Robert Cleveland and Eluot Bosunger Student Councul Representatuves
We set forth on our furst umportant task the Lamprey by electung Edutor
Patrucua Rooney, Assustant Edutor Shurley Clark Busuness Edutor Phulup LaBranche
and other members of the staff
Our class rungs funally arruved un October Thus was sornethung we all looked
forward to The rungs were ummeduately worn and dusplayed for the benefut of all
We sponsored the annual Chrustmas assembly wuth the assustance of the muxed
glee club Gufts were passed out and carol sungung was enuoyed
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Presfdent Charles Parent
Vrce President Thomaslna Finn
Secretary Marnlyn Stevens
Treasurer Shurley Clark
Student Council Representatives Robert Cleveland
We held a class dance In Apral whlch proved to be very successful
Our .Iunlor Play You Cant Kiss Caroline was held on Aprll 7 at the Star
Theater It was enloyed by all who attended and partncvpated In It
Our bug soclal event the Junlor Prom was held on May 27 at the Rocknngharn
We are now eagerly looking forward to being the proud occupants of Room 5
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ATIO AL HO OR SCCIETY
First row Beverly Harvey Laura Johnston Harriet Lavoie Janet Burleigh Charlyn
Stevens Shirley Roper Janet Mullen Second row Patricia Rooney Marilyn
Stevens George Walker Shirley Varney Signe Bentley Absent when picture was
taken Ann Geottrian
The opening of school found the Senior Members ot the National Honor So
ciety at the Student Patrol stations This responsibility is assumed by them as
part of their duty to the school
The first event ot the year was to elect the otticers Janet Burleigh was selected
as President Charlyn Stevens as Vice President and Harriet Lavoie as Secretary
After the results ot the first term marking period we welcomed four new
Senior Members They were Signe Bentley Beverly Harvey Ann Geotfrian and
The second main activity was to initiate these new members and the Juniors
who were elected to be a part of this society These Juniors were Patricia Rooney
Laura Johnston and Marilyn Stevens. The Initiation was held in the early part ot
April and marked Newmarket High Schools part in making our educational
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MOST REPRESENTATIVE OF N,H.S.
Activities Buology Club 2 Junior Play 3
Honors Usher Senior Play 3
Activities Baseballl 2 Basketball l 2 3 Biology Club
2 Glee Club 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Musnc Club
3 Pep Club l 2 3 4 Senior Play Property Manager
A Sophomore Hop Committee 2
Honors Glee Club President 3 Official Basketball Score
4 Softball Coach 3 Student Council l 2 3 Ush
Senior Play 3 Vice President l 3
Biology Club ee Club 2 A Jun
Pla 3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Music Club 3,
Honors: National Honor Society 45 Secretary 3, 45 Stu-
dent Patrol 4,
Service Club 4g Senior Play 45 Yearbook
Actsvstses Bsology Club 2 Glee Club I 2 3 4 Golf 2
Junsor Play 3 Junsor Prom Commsttee 3 Mussc Club
3 Pep Club 4 School Servsce Club 3 Sensor Play 4
Sophomore Hop Commsttee 2 Yearbook Staff 3
Ac svstses Basketball I 2 3 4 Bsology Club 2 Glee
u I 2 3 4 Mussc Club 3 4 Junsor Play 3
u I Sc sce 3 4 Sen
Play 4 Softball I 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3
Honors D A R Good Cstszenshsp Award 4 Glee Club
Lsbrarsan I 2 3 4 Head Lsbrarsan 3 4 Hsgh School
Reporter 3 4 Natsonal Honor Socsety 3 4 Natsonal
Honor Socsety Pressdent 4 l953 Granste Gsrls State
3 Pep Club Hsstorsan 2 Secretary 2 Softball Man
ager 3 Student Councsl 4 Student Patrol 4 Vsce
Pressdent A Yearbook Edstor 3
Actsvstses Baseball 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Glee Club
I 2 4 Junsor Play Asssstant Manager 3 Mussc
Club 3 4 Sensor Play Asssstant Manager 4 Track
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Honors Glee Club Vsce Pressdent 4, Sensor Play Usher
3, Sensor Receptson Usher 3, Student Councsl Vsce
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Servuce Club I Semor Play 4
Honors Jumor Play Usher 2 1953 Granlte Boys State
3 Semor Play Usher 3 Vuce Presndent l
Actuvmes Bvology Club 2 Glee Club I Home Eco
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Actnvmes Basketball 2 3 4 Bonlogy Club 2 Glee
Club 2 Jumor Play 3 Musnc Club 3 Pep Club I 2
3 4- School Service Club 4- Senior Play 4' Softball
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Honors: National Honor Society 47 Student Patrol 4.
Actnvmes Bnology Club 2 Glee Club l 2 3 Ho e -
Economics Club l Jumor Play 3 Musxc Club 3 Q M
School Servlce Club 3 Yearbook Staff 3
Honors Natnonal Honor Socnety 4 Secretary 3 4 Stu
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Actlvntles Bvology Club 2 Glee Club 3 Jumor Play 3
School Servuce Club 3 Semor Play 4 Yearbook
Actnvrtues Basketball 'l 2 3 4 Bnology Club 2 Cheer
leading Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Home Economics
Club 1 Jumor Play 3 Musnc Club 3 4 Pep Club 2
3 4 Semor Play 4 Yearbook Staff
Honors Natnonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Natnonal Honor
Socuety Secretary Treasurer 4 Pep Club Presudent
Softball Assustant Manager I Student Councul 1
3 4 Student Council Treasurer 3 Student Patrol
Usherette Jumor Play 2 Usherette Semor Reception
Yearbook Assnstant Edltor 3
Actrvmes Brology Club
Actlvmes Baseball 2 3 A Basketball 2 3 4 Baology
Cu 2 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Musnc Club 3 Senor
4 Track 3 4 p Club 2
Honors Sensor Class Marshal 3
Actlvrtres Basketball l 2 3 A Blology Club 2 Chee
leadmg l 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 A Home Economr
Club Junror Play 3 Musuc Club 3 A Pep Cub
4 Sensor Play A Yearbook Staff
Honors Head Cheerleader A Natuonal Honor Soclety
Pep Club Secretary 4 Semor Class Marshal 3
Student Councll 4 Student Patrol 4 Treasurer A
Usherette Senuor Play 3 Usherette Semor Receptuon 3
Acuvmes B logy Club 2 Glee Club 'I 2 Golf l 2
3 4 Jumor Play 3 Pep Club 4 School Service Club
3 Sensor Play 4 Yearbook Staff
Clu 2 3 Sensor Play 4
Honors Student Councnl 'I
Actnvmes Basketball 2 3 Buology Club 2 Glee Club
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Prom Committee 3 Music Club 3 School Servlce
Actnvmes Baseball 2 Blology Club 2 Glee Club l 2
Jumor Play 3 Pep Club 4 School Service Club 3 4
Semor Play Commmee 4
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Actlvntues Biology Club 2 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Jun or
Play Commlttee 3 Jumor Prom Commrttee 3 Musuc
Club 3 4 School Servnce Club 3 4 Sensor Play
Commlttee 4 Sophomore Hop Committee 2
Honors Faculty Secretary 4
Actrvmes Basketball 1 2 3 4 Bnology Club 2 Cheer
leadmg 1 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Home Economucs
Club l Jumor Play 3 Musnc Club 3 4 Pep Club
4 School Servuce Club 2 3 4 Sensor Play 4
Softball 2 3 4 Yearbook Staff 3
Honors Glee Club Secretary 3 4 Musnc Club Vnce
Presxdent 3 Natlonal Honor Society 3 4 Pep Club
Vnce Presudent 4 Secretary I 4 Student Council 2
Student Patrol 4 Usherette Jumor Play 2 Usherette
Sensor Reception 3 l953 All State Muslc Festuval 3 4
Nnckname "Dora" "Muggs"
Actnvmes Bnology Club 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Home
Economncs Club l, Jumor Play 3, Musuc Club 3, 4,
Sensor Play 4, Sophomore Hop Commnttee 2, Year
book Staff 3
Honors Usherette Semor Play 3
Actuvntues Basketball I 2 3 4 Buology Club 2 Chee
leadnng l 2 3 Glee Club l 2 3 4 Home Econornncs
Clqb l Junlor Prorr Cornmlttee 3 Mus: Club 3 A
Pep Club l 2 4 School Servlce Club 3 A Sen or
Play 4 Softball l 3 Sophomore Hop Commuttee
2 Yearbook Staff
Honors Glee Club Pre :dent 4 Glee Club Secretary
Treasurer 2 Home Economncs Club Prestdent l
Presndent l Student Councll l 4 Usherette Sensor
Play 3 Vuce Presudent 2
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Actnvltues Blology Club 2 Glee Club l School Servlce
Honors Usherette Sensor Receptlon 3
Actnvmes Band l Buolcgy Club 2 Glee Club l 2 3
A Junnor Play 3 Muslc Club 3 4 Newspaper Staff l
Pep Club 3 4 School Servnce Club 4 Sensor Play A
Honors Basketball Manager 3 A Musuc Club Secretary
3 Natlonal Honor Socuety 3 4 Natuonal Honor
Socuety Vnce Presudent A Presndent 3 Student Coun
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School Servuce Club 2 3 4 Soffballl 2 4 Yearbook
Staff 3 Junror Prom Busrness Manager 3
Honors Nataonal Honor Socnety 4 Student Patrol 4
Actnvmes Baseball l 2 3 4 Brololgy Club 2 Basket
Sensor Play 4 Trackl 2 3 4
Honors Jumor Play Usher 2 Presndent 2 4 Senror
Receptlon Usher 3 Student Council 4 Student Coun
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Actrvltles Baseball 2 Basketball 2 3 4 Buology Club
2 Glee Club l 3 4 .lunlor Play 3 Jumor Prorn Com
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more Hop Commmee 2
Honors Basketball Manager 1 Glee Club Presrdent 4
Usher Sensor Play 3 Usher Sensor Receptnon 3 Stu
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Achvmes Buology Club 2 Glee Clubl 2 3 4 Jumor
Play 3 Jumor Prom Commmee 3 Music Club 3 4
School Servnce Club 3 Semor Play Commmee 4
Yearbook Staff 3
Honors Glee Club Accompamstl 2 3 4
Actnvmes Glee Club 1 Home Economics Club 1 Junuor
Prom Commmee 3
'F:mshed, yet begmmng
Maroon and White
F rr iced ,e' peg nn ng
Tre blue :Jr'r"s harm? been ::ra.'."r ue .we starfegl the frame,-.ork ora Septem-
ber o T950 as a class of tory'-'.'.e freshmen. Being 'ne fresnmai' crex. .aere
assgriecz 'Q Rgern Trtree are 'nat Nr. Miter was 'Q Le eg :yer
Eaczer 'fp r,jfr"ipa'e is ft" , Q' NHS. .xv freftez oc' clafs "'i'+-rf
Tne: .xere Rrr-wle-,t, Christ ' H- Rmb fpz Rreziler t, Jonn Gafclag Secrevtr. Sh r-
lex Roper Treasurer, George ,'fa1u:r S"Jc:ewt Council Represei.tati.es, Harrie'
lax: e and John Rohopek,
We were accepted at N.H.S. :nth a gay and hilarious Freshman Reception. We
spent the day in silly outfffs, boxqrng to Seniors, and passing out lollipops, while
thc evet ng was spent partcipati . ' ' u ts and danci
r frs' socia even as 1 Hallo een Dance at whicn vve selec cc 1 Farmer
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part in the various activities including an assembly during thc year
One of the tasks undertaken by us was the publishitg of a freshman ncws
paper which Nas bought by many of the students
In March we sponsored tnc S Patricks Day Dance The gaily decorated audi
torium set the mood for a gala evening
Our last class affair as Freshmen was a fun packed day at the Hampton and
We returned in September T951 to continue the structure which had been
started the previous year Room Four was to be our new home room and under
the supervision of Miss Wood we elected the following class officers President
George Walkcr Vice President Christine Ryan Secretary Janet Burleigh Treas
urer Terrence Dunn Student Council Representatives Shirley Roper and Harriet
In November, at the High School, we held the traditional Sophomore Hop
which proved to be one of the most successful Dancing to the music of the Bob
Thomas Orchestra was enioyed by all The highlught of the evening was the
Grand March performed by the Sophornores and their escorts, and the drawing
for the basket of food
We sponsored an assembly another dance and took part in all sports and
Again Nc closed the year .with 1 glorious trip to Salisbury Beach
Upperclassmen at last'
A September of T952 rolled around uve all felt that this was the year of
a enge As has been in thc raft is the yunior year that offe th bg
to whether you are going to be uccessful or not
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These peru its ,wr ull lf r-sponi.l,le fcr our ulllvllllia during the one g y- ,
so tley were Zeleter .mth urir flf,'l1lgV'.O . Under l 1 l' t s ya V of
our new liorriv rrorn ads iscr, My Le Po tl 'll' A, vt ia tl t' rl ii ' -' ns,
Rrehflerit, Elfwefr Bailey, Vlce Rregclcrit S ' 1 ", Q- 'I g L ' Q llf. ,
Treaiurer, HT l H frriet Lwoe incl Rirgliarcl C fswell, St l I t Co 'l R'1r Izenta-
One of the most des red oblec tves of our luntor year fas to publush a suc
ces fu yearbook At a m etng called by our prestder' Charlyn Stevens .fue
declded upon our yearbook saff Tne commtttee heads were Janet Burletgh
Ed Tor Harrtet Lavoue Asststa wt hdttor and George Walker Bustness Manager The
yearbook Took a second place rattng fvuth the Columbta Press The theme of the
T953 Lamprey was Treasure lslanl The knowledge splrlt of co operatton and
the Importance of efftclency ga ned by workung wtth members of the yearbook
s aff are valuable treasures that we wlll carry through ltfe
Soon the arnval of our class rtngs stamped us as offtctal upperclassmen All
that could be seen tn Room Stx for he next few days was the glntter of gold as
we proudly dlsplayed our newly acdulred oossesslons
The arrtval of Santa Claus George Walker style was enloyed by all students
In expectancy of The yuletude season We as Juntors together wlth The Glee
Club sponsored The Chnstmas Assembly whlch marked The eno of The fzrst
half of our Iunnor year
Upon belng launched unto The new year we began to thunk about our lunlor
play After much careful readlng and studylng vve selected The play Father Was
a Housewufe and sent for books When The books came There was a rush to
lected The cast Rehersals began tmmeduately an antlclpatton of The flnal pro
duction whlch Took place on Aprtl and was a success Agaln The valuable ex
perlence of worktng wnth others was galned
Also an Aprul The senlor members of The Nattonal Honor Soctety lnltuated The
quallfylng members from The lunuor class Janet Burleigh Charlyn Stevens Har
net Lavole Janet Mullen Shtrley Roper and George Walker lt was a great honor
to those students as the standards had been ralsed before their electron
On May 23 T953 came The most memorable nnght of the year In The atmo
sphere of The garly decorated Rocktngham Ballroom The Junlor Prom was held
Danclng to The soft musuc of Don Droulns Orchestra was enloyed by everyone
The hlghlught of the eventng was the splendorous Grand March Wuth The flowtng
gowns and happy faces glldang smoothly across the floor tt was a colorful clumax
to an event whlch had requtred much work and preparatlon lt was truly the
nlght of nlghts and wlll long be remembered by us all
Our luntor year came to a close wlth commencement exerctses At thus tame
we as Junuors acted as class marshals and ushers and receuved an Idea of what
was To happen to us In the comlng year
As we returned sn September T953 to our almost complete structure of know
ledge we knew that every day would be fleetlng and that our hours at N H S
were becomnng shorter and shorter We also knew that mlngled wnth sadness
would be touches of happnness and prude We made Room Fnve headquarters
for our ftnal year of constructton Under the skullful foremanshup of Mr Mlner we
began to put Together the flna' stages of our educatnonal structure at N H S
The electron of class offucers was held and they were President George Walker
Vuce Presndent Janet Burlengh Secretary Shurley Roper Treasurer Janet Mullen
Student Councul Representatlves Beverly Harvey and Richard Caswell
Soon a class meettng was held and nt was declded that our class colors would
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Class puctures were taken In early October
We ralsed money for our graduation expenses by sponsoring a food sale
and a dance Money was also added to the treasury Through the sale of book
covers Chnstmas cards stationery and bracelets
In early November rehearsals began for the senlor play entutlecl Almost Eugh
teen under the dlrectuon of Mlss Wood The play proved a success and all
members of the cast can be crednted wlth flne performances
Also In November Slgne Bently Shlrley Varney Beverly Harvey and Ann
Geoffrlon were elected to the Natlonal Honor Society
The Sensors as In the prevuous three years were well represented nn all ath
letlc and socual events The reallzatlon that this would be our last year as active
participants IH these actnvttles added a sad note
In May when we were guests at the Junror Prom we thought a few short
weeks ahead to when we would be having our Sensor Receptlon and our last
appearance as the Senior Class of 1954
also contemplated a Sensor Class Trlp
At thus tume we would luke to take the opportunity to glve due crednt to our
prlncupal Mr Avery for guldlng us IH the right dlrectlons and to our patient
faculty who have so ably provided the framework for the structure of our formal
and Informal hugh school education They have gnven us a flttlng close to this
phase of our Iufe and have put us well on the road to the next flnlshed yet
my CTW W GJ
Many hours were spent planning for our Commencement Exercises and we
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BOYS' C-LEE CLUB
First row: David Lang, Philip LaBranche, Richard Caswell. Ronald Weitzell, David Moore, Robert
de Rochemont. Second row: l.ee Wycik, Richard Gagne, Eugene Langlois, Mr. Crocker, Robert Shelton,
Charles Parent, Charles Latour.
Early in the year the Boys' Glee Club began to prepare for its busy season un-
der the direction of Mr. Crocker. First we selected our officers. They are as
follows: President, Ronald Weitzell, Vice President, Richard Caswell, Secretary,
David Moore, Treasurer, Robert deRochemont.
Our first activity was the Christmas Concert at which we performed jointly
with the Girls' Glee Club.
As soon as we returned from Christmas vacation we began working on
music for the Spring Concert to be held in May. Much to our pleasure this was
even more enjoyable than the Christmas Concert. We then began work on the
Graduation Exercises, although we are loosing some of our "leading men."
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
First row: Dorothy Dickinson, Sara Record, Shirley Clark, Patricia Rooney, Christine Ryan, Signe Bent
ley, Shirley Roper, Janet Burleigh, Gretchen Mason. Second row: Lee Wycik, Alice Lemere, Hazel
Gilbert, Regina Ryan, Joanne Sevvall, Janet Mullen, Patricia Rafferty, Muriel Lambert, Cecile Latour,
Mr. Crocker. Third row: Sandra Roulo, Harlene Szabo, Nancy Dawes, Donna Davis, Harriet Lavoie,
Marjorie Call, Cynthia Hill, Sally Plurner, Carol Allen, Lorraine Rousseau. Fourth row: Carol Beau-
dette, Anita Langlois, Mary Hill, Marilyn Stevens, Dorothy Carroll, Charlyn Stevens, Shirley Varney,
Ruth Gibb, Joan La Branche.
The Girls' Glee Club held its first meeting of the year for the purpose of
electing its officers. Under the guidance of our director, Mr. Crocker, the following
were chosen: President, Christine Ryan, Vice President, Patricia Rooney, Secretary,
Shirley Roper, Treasurer, Shirley Clark, Librarian, Janet Burleigh.
The club consisted of girls chosen by Mr. Crocker, who picked the members ac-
cording to their voice quality and their conscientious endeavor.
The Glee Club made its first appearance in the Christmas Concert which proved
to be a big success.
Then we started working on the annual Spring Concert and Graduation Exer-
cises. These also proved to be very successful.
Again this year we sent four girls to the All-State Chorus. They were Patricia
Rooney, Shirley Roper, Charlyn Stevens, and Marilyn Stevens. We also sent a
good percentage of girls to the All-New England Chorus.
ln the past the Glee Club has had a splendid record and we hope it may con-
tinue in this way.
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Frrst row Shrrley Clark Betty Frnn Betty Shelton Lorrame Rousseau Sandra Roulo Davrd Lang Beverly
Harvey Hazel Grlbert Janet Mullen Second row Srgne Bentley Patrucra Rooney Marrlyn Stevens
Charlyn Stevens Sandra Walker Harrret Lavore Shirley Roper Chrlstlne Ryan Mr Crocker Third row
Lee Wycrk Eugene Langlors Robert Morin Davnd Noon Robert deRochemont Bruce Dexter Absent
when prcture was taken Alrce Lemere and Mary Hrll
The Musuc: Club of Newmarket Hugh School, under the dlrectron of Mr Lewis
Crocker had a very successful year The officers were President, Sandra Roulo
Vrce Presrdent Rlchard Caswell Secretary Lorralne Rousseau and Treasurer David
Some of our actrvltles of the year Included a Boston Pops Trap, on May l
whuch was enloyed by all who attended a musical movie assembly the selectron
of plns to show membership In the organlzatron and an award for students
showing outstandlng abllrty In the fleld of music
Although we are only a young organlzatlon we feel that we have proved our
worth through our actrvrttes and plans for the future
Furst row Helen Noon Sandra Bassett Sara Record Phulup LaBranche Janet Mullen Harruet Lavoue
Shurley Roper Carol Beaudette Sally Phulbruck Hazel Gulbert Gretchen Mason Second row Mr Muner
Madelune Clough Jean Ryan Joanne LaBranche Marulyn Stevens Ann Geoffruan Charlyn Stevens
Janet Burleugh Shurley Varney Sandra Dodds Harlene Szabo Chrustune Ryan Thurd row Carol Walker
Crystal Marden Patrucua Rooney Robert Otus Jack Gazda Norman Pease Ruchard Caswell Sandra
Walker Carol Allen Betty Shelton Fourth row Kenneth Whute Ronald Record Robert Shelton
Stuart Branch Ronald Weutzell George Walker Elmer Bauley Bruce Hauschel
The Pep Club had an enrollment of 43 members thus year At the unutual meetung
the offucers for the year were elected They were as 'follows Presudent, Harruet
Lavoue, Vuce President, Shurley Roper, Secretary Janet Mullen, Treasurer, Phulup
Labranche Hustoruan George Walker
The furst club sponsored actuvuty was an assembly The theme of thus was
sportsmanshup The varuous aspects of sportsmanshup were duscussed from the
pounts of vuew of the spectator, the athlete, and the otfucual Also the udea of
sportsmanshup un every day lute was brought out
We were glad to see that the Southeastern B League has adopted as an
annual event, the Cheerleadung and Foul shootung Contest, started by the New
market Hugh School Pep Club a few years ago The udea was started by Mr
Muner and under hus skulltul leadershup ut was a success
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First row Dennrs Kelleher Charlyn Stevens Muss Kumnsku Janet Burlergh Mrss Wood Shrrley Varney
Mr Avery Second row Sylvra Sewall Aluce Lemere Hazel Grlbert Carol Walker Sandra Roulo Chrustune
Ryan Janet Mullen Cecrle Latour Sh rley Clark Th rd row Srgne Bentley Patrrcra Rooney Geo ge
Walker Donald Labonte Thomasuna Farm Ralph Nutttng Dannel Mntchell Harrnett Lavore Shurley Roper
Thus club as one of Newmarket Hrghs greatest assets The members are not
chosen by strrct rules They only apply themselves to the dutues that call them to
The club members are librarians, flag attendants student patrol members and
the people who sell uce cream
The club has no otfrcers as every member rs an officer ts has or her own se
Club meetrngs begun wrth the erght twenty trve bell and ends wrth the two
trngulshed from other students
Indeed Newmarket Hugh would feel a great loss It a club such as thus dad not
thirty dismissal. Our members are seen all over the building, yet are not dis-
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Flrst row Elnot Bosunger Janet Burlelgh Ruchard Caswell Mr Avery George Walker Sandra Walker
Charles Parent Second row Helen Noon Jane Holk Janet Mullen Harrlet Lavoue Lorrame Hamel
Crystal Marden Carol Walker Chrrstnne Ryan Thlrd row Bruce Hauschel Owen Russell Robert Cleve
lan Ronald Wettzell Roger Harvey Robert LaBranche
The flrst meetlng of the l953 54 Student Council was held In September The
election of officers was the furst order of business and the results were as fol
lows Presldent George Walker Vlce President Richard Caswell Secretary
Sandra Walker Treasurer Eliot Boslnger
The furst council sponsored actlvlty was the Freshman lnmatlon and reception
Thus was a non proflt functnon so the most urgent :tem to be acted upon was
the problem of securlng funds for the Student Council treasury Noon time
dancung and the auctlonlng of lost articles not reclaimed were both suitable
methods of obtannlng extra money
Richard Caswell and George Walker attended the Wlnter Conventlon of the
N H SC A In Manchester They brought back many worthwhile Ideas for further
It was dectded an January to hold open council meettngs so that the enttre
student body could act upon some problems Thss plan met with success wlll
probably be carried on In the future
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October 9 Pep Club Dance
October lo No school
October 23 Sophomore Hop
October 23 Assembly Open
November 6 Soclology Class Assembly
November 7 Sensor Class Dance
November 20 Cheerleader Rally
December ll Movie Assembly
December 22 Christmas Assembly
January 22 Movle Assembly
March 12 Freshman St Pats Dance
March 26 Sophomore Dance
April 9 Junior Dance
Aprrl 23 Honor Society Dance
May I4 Senior Dance
May 14 Honor Society
May 28 Juntor Prom
May 28 Memorlal Assembly
June ll Award Assembly
June 17 Sensor Reception
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George Walker, Robert Gowen, Jacques Gagnon, Eliot Bosinger, Mr. Landroche, Robert Otis, William
Byron, David Moore, Richard Caswell.
The Cross-Country team returned to the wars in late September. They were off
with the crack of the starter's gun and never stopped running until they crossed
the finish line in Durham with their second straight Class B Championship under
ln winning 47 consecutive meets in Class B competition they have hung up
a record of 48 wins and two losses over a period of three years. The maior
factor in the success of the team in recent years has been the continuing efforts
of Mr. Landroche. He has conditioned the boys well for the pressure of a pro-
Highlight of the season was the "State Meet" held in Durham on November
lO. The Mules got out front at the start and held good positions at the half way
mark. Eliot Bosinger was in first place at this point and he held onto the lead until
the finish to become Newmarkefs first individual champion.
The two state championships have been the result of a tremendous team effort.
Many of the team members will be back next fall and we can only hope they
continue to reign supreme in Cross-Country.
STATE CLASS B
CROSS COUNTRY MEET
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BOYS' BA KETBALL
Frrst row Jacques Gagnon Davrd Moore Charles Chantre Donald Labonte Walter Zwearcan Second
row Richard MacDonald Rrchard Caswell George Walker Mr Landroche Phulrp LaBranche Ronald
Wertzel Jack Grazda Elrot Bosmger
As the trme for the perennral kung of wlnter sports rolled around there was
much questson as to what this years team was to be Would lt be mediocre
above or below average? Much of the skeptucusm was due noticeably to a brxght
look In thus day of basketball grants relgn supreme on the back boards However
there were two thrngs we had In our favor Our coach Mr Landroche had re
manned to coach us on to a successful season Also there was only one malor
loss due to graduatuon so we had an experienced squad returnlng
There had been much preparatlon for the 1953 54 season Many weeks of
practnce were passed before It was tume for the flrst game The fnrst two games
stall left a question as to how we would stand up against top competrtnon Our
thnrd game wlth St Johns of Concord offered the bug test and although we
lost a close game we knew we had the stuff to have a successful season We de
feated St Johns ln the return game and came through the rest of the season
Sportrng a 191 record we entered the playoffs on the spacuous Tnlton floor
and proceeded to whup St Pats of Berlln Upon movnng to the record game of
the playoffs we again encountered St Johns ln this rubber game the capital
cnty aggregatnon proved to have too much polnsh and speed and although we
left the floor defeated we left behind a year of basketball that we and many fans
who followed us could be well proud of
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First row: Sara Record, Crystal Marden, Shirley Roper, Dorothy Marshall, Helen Noon, Carol Walker,
Janet Mullen. Second row: Patricia Rooney, Marilyn Stevens, Ann Goeffrion, Miss Kuninski, Janet
Burleigh, Charlyn Stevens, Sandra Walker, Harriet Lavoie, Christine Ryan.
DECEMBER 14 Newmarket-59
DECEMBER 15 Newmarket-48
DECEMBER 17 Newmarket-41
JANUARY 7 Newmarket-36 yy
JANUARY 19 Newmarket-39 lil fs:
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FEBRUARY 2 Newmarket-18 ' -
FEBRUARY 4 Newmarket-33
FEBRUARY 9 Newmarket-55
FEBRUARY 'II Newmarliel-44
FEBRUARY 15 Newmarket-23
First row: Kenneth White, Eliot Bosinger, Donald Labonte, Walter Zwearcan. Second row: Richard Wil-
son, Richard MacDonald, Mr. Landroche, Robert Shelton, David Noon.
NOVEMBER 24 Newmarket-42
DECEMBER 2 Newmarket-50
DECEMBER 3 Newmarket-32
DECEMBER 18 Newmarket-49
DECEMBER 22 Newmarket-28
DECEMBER 30 Newmarket-36
JANUARY 5 Newmarket-43
JANUARY 8 Newmarket-54
JANUARY 12 Newmarket-65
JANUARY I5 Newmarket-51
JANUARY 19 Newmarket-64
JANUARY 26 Newmarket-77
JANUARY 27 Newmarket-57
Fnrst row Shnrley Roper Janet Mullen Second row Betty Shelton Hazel Gnlbert Jean Ryan Thrrd
row Carol Walker Harriet Lavone Marnlyn Stevens Sandra Walker Betty Fmn
We re from Newmarket and no one could be prouder ! has been the slogan
of the ten enthuslastlc gurls chosen to represent the Newmarket Hugh School cheer
mg section through the 1953 54 season
In order to save tame, tryouts were held In the sprung of fifty three It was
a very busy day with about twenty enght gurls contendmg Of these flve were
chosen from the Freshman class came Betty Shelton Jean Ryan Betty Fmn and
Sandra Walker a substitute from last year, from the rumor class Hazel Gilbert
Lavoue, Janet Mullen and Shlrley Roper Janet Mullen was chosen head cheer
leader Conme Sharples was chosen Mascot
Practice was soon under way In preparation for the annual Cheerleader Rally
which was held December 20 New uniforms of ornglnal deslgn helped add
sparkle to the occaslon
We hope that we have done our part nn cheerlng our team on to vnctory through
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Those girls returning from last year were: Carol Walker, Marilyn Stevens, Harriet
Fnrst row John Pohopek Norman Pease Second row Kenneth Whlte Richard Gagne Rlchard Walson
Phllnp LaBranche Eliot Bosmger Robert LaBranche Bruce Hauschel
Although our organlzatlon team has lust been formally started our record
us already good with some of our members gaming recogmtlon In the State
Tourney last year Under the leadership of John Pohopeb and Norman Pease we
set forth on another successful season
Thus year an added attractlon IS the opportumty to teach the game to the gurls
of N H S lnterested nn forming a club of their own
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