Newmarket High School - Lamprey Yearbook (Newmarket, NH)
- Class of 1956
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Newmarket High School is the setting for the four-act play and
education is our main plot. After four years here, we come forth with
the knowledge and confidence that success lies ahead in the chosen
field for which we have been auditioning.
The success of our role on life's stage has been determined already
by our performance in school work and extracurricular activities. We
have been trained in our vocations to be star players with lead roles
in our professions.
The main obiective at Newmarket High is to develop and further
our abilities, whether they be in science, the liberal arts, home eco-
nomics, the manual arts, or in business. To us, each area- is an art
in itself and this knowledge is being transmitted to us through our
Here at Newmarket High School, we not only learn the intricacies of
starring in our future productions but also the back-stage work as
well. We fully realize that our high school years, Acts I, ll, Ill, and
the grand finale, are the actual rehearsals for our final role in the
drama of life.
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To you Mr Miner The Class of 1956 is proud To dedicaTe The
Lamprey As The member of The faculTy who has done The mosT in
deTermined The success of This our lasT sTand aT N H S We sincerely
hope ThaT This humble display of graTiTude will show in parT our
indebTedness for your leadership
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guiding us in our individual roles, we feel ThaT you, above all, have
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All fhe world s a sfage
And all The men and women merely players
They have fherr exrfs and fherr entrances
And one man rn hrs frme plays many parts SHAKESPEARE
These famous lanes hold to be as True Today as when wnflen In
1600 How well you play your many parts vvlll depend upon how
well you have learned Those fundamemals of acfnng whsle playlng
yourself In Act l of The story of your life
Your second acT as about To begun will The play be a comedy
Tragedy or a wholesome long run producTuon'P
We who have worked vvnh you during your hugh school years
suncerely hope you have learned your parfs well for you will gave
buT one performance will :T be a good one?
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MARJORIE V WOOD FREDERICK G FARLEY
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Carol Walker Kenneth White
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Richard Demers Nancy Dawes
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First row: Alice Mongeon, Nancy Gooch, Owen Russell, Jacqueline Dodds, Jack Beairsto,
Mr. Farley, Jane Hoik, Paul Savko, Carla Donovan, Gloria Gagne, and Catherine White.
Second row: Hartford Laughton, Chester Willey, Elaine Keller, Geraldine Bogacz, Marie
Robitelle, Cynthia Nelson, William Roulo, Mildred Roy, Eleanor Bomze, Rita Talbot,
Richard Proulx, Richard Norton. Third row: Robert Roy, Frank Smas, Raymond Beaudette,
Robert Schultz, Richard Morin, John Call, Edward Finn, Robert White, Charles Clark,
Peter Desroches, and Maurice Pelletier.
September finally came and thirty-four pupils entered Room 3, im-
patient to begin their role in senior high school. Though it was quite
a challenge, we were immediately accepted in the activities of New-
market High School.
Our first class meeting was held under the supervision of Mr. Farley,
class advisor. We elected our class officers as follows: President,
Jack Beairsto, Vice President, Jane Hoik, Secretary, Paul Savko, Treas-
urer, Jackie Dodds, Student Council Representatives, Carla Donovan
and Owen Russell.
Our Freshman Initiation was not quite as hilarious as in former
years, but we got a taste of the Seniors' superiority.
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Treasurer , ,,,,,, ..,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , , , ,,,,,, ,A JACKIE DODDS
Student Council Representatives ,,., CARLA DONOVAN
Class Advisor ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, . . ,,,.,,,,.. MR. FARLEY
The main social event of the year was the St. Pat's Dance which was
held in March. Through everyone's cooperation, the gym was color-
fully decorated forthe occasion.
We have been well represented in all sports this year, especially
basketball, and we are all looking forward to future years at New-
market High School with eagerness.
First row: Virginia La Branche, Rose Pelletier, Madeleine Clough, Anita Geoffrion, Carla
Grant, Constance Bloom, Mr. Greenwood, Crystal Marden, Sandra Bassett, Robert Gowen,
Beverly Laughton, Joanne Gooch, Virginia Brigulio. Second row: Ernest Robertson,
Richard Emond, Bernard Grochmal, Sally Dawes, Sally Philbrick, George Beaudet, Dorothy
Woinar, Joan Pohopek, Gilbert Lang, William Mason, Dennis Abbott. Third row: Roland
La Plume, Robert Zwearcan, Robert Schultz, Robert Melanson, Edward Prescott, Eugene
Call, Robert Labranche, John Conner, James Howcroft, Allen Russell, Richard Crooker.
Well, here we are again! A year older and, we hope, a year wiser.
At our first class meeting we elected our class officers. They are as
follows: President, Constance Bloom, Vice President, Crystal Marden,
Secretary, Carla Grant, Treasurer, Sandra Bassett. Anita Geoffrion and
Robert Gowen represent the Sophomore class in the Student Council.
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President CONSTANCE BLOOM
Vice President , CRYSTAL MARDEN
Secretary CARLA GRANT
Treasurer SANDRA BASSETT
Student Council Representatives ANITA GEOFFRION
With our advisor, Mr. Greenwood, we have had an eventful year,
the main event of which was our annual Sophomore Hop, held Novem-
ber 5, T955. We danced to the music of John Howe and his orches-
tra. The whole class participated in decorating the gym and the results
were most gratifying.
We eagerly anticipate the next two years.
First row: Judy Hale, Rober Harvey, Sandra Walker, Miss Wood, Edward Dutka, Jeannie
Ryan, Richard Wilson, and Rachel Labonte. Second row: Dorothy Dickinson, Betty Shelton,
Shirley St. Laurent, Sandra Dodds, Joanne Reardon, Harlene Szabo, and Betty Finn.
Third row: Genevieve Robertson, Ronald Davis, Edgar Moisan, Bruce Dexter, Richard
Emond, and Nancy Finn.
September 7 marked an exciting day for us because at last we were
Under the supervision of Miss Wood, we elected our class officers.
President, Sandra Walker, Vice President, Edward Dutka, Secretary,
Jeannie Ryan, Treasurer, Roger Harvey, and Student Council Represent-
atives, Judy Hale and Richard Wilson.
We were all surprised and happy at the early arrival of our class
rings on September 20.
On October 28 we had a halloween dance which was very suc-
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President SANDRA WALKER
Vice President EDWARD DUTKA
Secretary JEANNIE RYAN
Treasurer ROGER HARVEY
Student Council Representatives . ,,,,,, JUDY HALE
cessful. Our class was well represented in social activities and sports.
Our Junior Play turned out successfully and from then on all thoughts
were focused on the Junior Prom. The music was provided by the
Cavaliers and the evening proved to be an enioyable and memorable
We all look forward to our last year at Newmarket High School
with great enthusiasm.
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First row: Carol Walker, Robert McGowen, Carol Beaudeife, Bruce Hauschel, Mr. Miner,
Roberi de Rochemont, Richard Derners, Greichen Mason, Jeanne-tie Belleau. Second
row: Mary Lasofsky, Muriel Wawrzkiewicz, Nancy Dawes, Joan Labranche, Richard Gagne,
Lorraine Hamel, Cynthia Hill, Frances Brigulio. Third row: Ronald McGowen, Jacques
Gagnon, Charles Chanfre, Richard Bealieu, Bernard Baillargeon, Richard Pohopek, Ken-
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BERNARD D. BAi LLARGEON
"He wouldn't do anythin
Expression: "You like that,
Goal: Aeronautical Engineer
Interest: Cars and Hunting
g against the rules."
Honors and Activities: Glee Club l, Basketball
1, 2, 3, Baseball l, 2, 3, Golf l, Transferred A.
CAROL A. BEAUDETTE
"This is worse than living in an insane
Expression: "Step on it before it spreads."
Goal: A successful marriage
Interest: Monroe's Gulf Station
Honors and Activities: President l, Pep Club
President A, National Honor Society A, Vice
President 4, Secretary 3, 4, Pep Club Secretary
3, Golf Club 3, Student Council l, Glee Club
l, 2, Music Club l, Softball l, 2, 3, 4, Golf
Club Treasurer 3, Student Patrol 4, Yearbook
Assistant Editor 4, Junior Play 3, Senior Play 4,
Usherette Junior Play 2, Usherette Senior Play
3, Junior Prom Committee 3, Pep Club 2, 3, A,
School Service Club 3, 4, Senior Class Marshal
3, Girls' State 3, Sophomore Hop Committee 2.
RICHARD P. BEAULIEU
"Looks pretty complete to me."
Expression: "Shall things fascinate small minds."
Goal: Electrical contractor
Interest: Playing cards
Honors and Activities: Glee Club l, Music Club
l, Stage Crew, Junior Play 3, Stage Crew, Senior
Play A, Usher Senior Reception 3, Junior Prom
Committee 3, Boys' State 3.
JEANNETTE R. BELLEAU
Expression: "You betcha!"
Interest: Looking for a "39 Olds"
Pep Club 3, 4.
"This man and woman business is very foolish
Honors and Activities: Glee Club I: Music Club
'lg Senior Play 4: Junior Play 3: Junior Prom
Committee 3: Sophomore Hop Committee 2
FRANCES E. Bizisuuo
"lt was all a joke."
Expression: "Goin' like crazy."
Goal: To retire
lnterest: Skating and Badminton
Honors and Activities: Glee Club lg Music Club
lf Softball Manager 3: Student Patrol 4: Junior
Prom Committee 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Junior Play
3: Senior Play Promptor 4: School Service Club
4: Sophomore Hop Committee 2.
CHARLES P. CHANTRE
"Ah shut up and let me sleep."
Expression: "Hey Punk."
Goal: To pass Generai Science
Interest: Hanging around
Honors and Activities: Basketball
Usher for Junior Play 2.
NANCY E. DAWES
"Why-that's my picture, I drew that!"
Expression: "You gotta go!"
Goal: To be a well-known artist
Interest: Drawing, Playing piano, and Jerry
Honors and Activities: Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45
Yearbook Staff Artist 3, 4, Junior Play 3: Senior
Play Ag Junior Prom Committee 35 Junior Play
Make-up, Senior Play, Make-up,
RICHARD A. DEMERS
"ls someone trying to make a fool our of me?"
Goal: Success and Recognition
Interest: Tropical Fish, Hunting, Fishing
Honors and Activities: Treasurer 3, 4, Yearbook,
Business Staff: Junior Play, Stage Crew, Senior
Play 4, Usher, Senior Reception 3: Junior Prom
Committee 37 Track 1, 2.
ROBERT D. DEROCHEMONT
"You're still here, Romeo?"
Expression: "How about that?"
Interest: Dancing and Playing Piano
Honors and Activities: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
Glee Club President 4: Glee Club Vice President
1, 3, 47 Student Council 4, Music Club I, 2, 3, 4,
Student Patrol 4: Yearbook Business Staff, Biology
Club 2, Junior Play 35 Senior Play 4: Usher, Sen-
ior Play 3, Junior Prom Committee 3: School
Service Club 4: Senior Class Marshal 3.
Ricrmeo G. GAGNE
"Didn't know you was in on this "
Expression: "Aw! Aw!"
Goal: A twenty-year Navy man
Interest: Playing the guitar
Honors and Activities: Student Council 3g Presr
dent 3g oiee Club i, Qt 3g Musk cms i, Gait
2, 53 Junior Play 35 Senior Play Stage Crew Ag
Junior Prom Committee.
JACQUES A. GAGNON
"You ought to see some of the girls he likes
Expression: "What a club!"
Goal: Become an odd-shoe boy like Richard
Interest: Playing carcls and breaking hearts
Honors and Activities: Music Club lg Basketball
l, 2, 3, Ag Baseball l, 3, Ag Usher Junior Play
25 Track l, 2, 3, Ag Pep Club 3j Babe Ruth
Athletic Award 3,
LORRAINE C. HAMEL
"Are you positive nobodys telephoned rr1e7'
Expression: "No kiddin'9"
Goal: Secretary to Mr. President
Interest: Those dark and handsome six footers
Honors and Activities: President 2g Vice President
lg Student Council 2, 4, President A5 National
Honor Society 3, 4, President Ag Glee Club lg
Music Club lg Softball l, 3, 45 Student Patrol
Ag Yearbook Junior Editor 3, Yearbook Editor 47
Junior Play 35 Senior Play Ag Usherette Senior
Reception 3g Junior Prom Committee 3g Pep Club
3, 45 School Service Club fig Girls' State 35 Sophos
more Hop Committee.
BRUCE W HAuscHEL
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CYNTHIA E HILL
She 5 really very sensrfrve
Expressuon Real large oh sugar'
Goal To be a secretary
Interest Cooking lustenung 'fo the radro
Honors and Actnvutnes Glee Club l 2 3 A Musa
u l 2 Sensor Play 4 School S rvlce Club
Sophomore Hop Comr-mttee 2 Yearbook Typlst A
JOAN A LABRANCHE
'I dont have anythmg lo be ashamed ol
Expressnon 'Large charge good grlef'
Goal To become a stenograplwer
Interest Oll pamtung
Honors and Actuvltnes Glee Club l 2 3 .1
Senuor Play A, Pep Club 2 Glrls State 'Z oxho
more Hop Comrmttee 2 School Servuco Club A
Yearbook Typust 4
GRETCHEN E. MASON
"Oh, ah understand he's been nuts about lots
Expression: Did you see him?
Goal: X-ray Technician
Interest: To travel
Honors and Activities: Student Council 4: Glee
Club 1, 2, 3: Music Club 2, 4: Softball 1: Golf
"Boy, will she make a sucker out of him"
Expression: "Wowe-isn't he cute!"
Goal: Won'ien's Army Corps
Honors and Activities: Glee Club l, 2 3, 4
Usherette 2: Pep Club 3
3, Librarian 3, 4: Yearbook Business Staff 4,
Junior Play 3, Senior Play
mittee 3, Pep Club 2, 3,
4, Junior Prom Corn-
4: Cheerleader 3, 4,
School Service Club 3, 4: Sophomore Hop Com-
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"Thanks to you and your wacky ideas."
Expression: Let's face it
Goal: Navy Career
Interest- Attending school events
Honors and Activities: Student Council 3, A: Glce
Club lg Music Club lg Student Patrol 4: Yearbook
Business Staff A: Junior Play 3: Senior Play, Stage
Crew A, Junior Prom Committee 3.
"Who else was there to blame?"
Expression: "Nice going!"
Goal: To have a happy future
Honors and Activities: Glee Club 1, 2: Music
Club lg Junior Play, Stage Crew 3.
RICHARD A. Poi-IOPEK
"Make up your mind, are you Shakespeare or
Expression: "Best club in the state."
Goal: Architectural Engineer
Interest: Hunting and fishing
Honors and Activities: Glee Club lg Music Club
lg Basketball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 45 Student Patrol
4: Junior Play 3.
VIRGINIA ST. HILAIRE
"You're always up to something."
Expression: "How are you?"
Goal: To be an Airline Stewardess
Interest: Going out and riding on Harleys
Honors and Activities: Glee Club l.
"Dorv'Y say arn'r1n fronlofvhv svudemsf'
Expression: "Mother McCree"
lnteres1: Seeing Bob
CAROL A, VVALKEQ
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Honors and Acfnvmiesa Glen Club I 45 Music
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September 3, 1952, forty-six pupils enrolled as Freshmen at N.H.S.
Mr. Landroche was our advisor in Room 3.
The following week we elected officers at our first class meeting.
They were as follows: President, Carol Beaudette, Vice President, Lor-
raine Hamel, Secretary, Priscilla Wycik, Treasurer, Martha Marshall,
and Student Council Representatives, Carol Walker and Bruce Hauschel.
Late in September, the class felt like true members of N.H.S. Freshman
Initiation was held, and dressed in silly outfits, passing lollipops, and
bowing down to the almighty Seniors.
ln October we put on our first assembly which was a thrilling
We, as Freshmen, held our St. Patrick's dance which was a colorful
event. The auditorium was gaily decorated in green and white.
September 9, 1953, we returned to high school as Sophomores.
We soon found out that Mr. LaBouthillier was to be our class advisor
in Room 4.
Our first class meeting was held later in the week, and we elected
officers as follows: President, Lorraine Hamel, Vice President, Carol
Walker, Secretary, Bruce Hauschel, Treasurer, Priscilla Wycik, Student
Council Representatives, Carol Walker and Bruce Hauschel.
Late in October we held our first social event which was the Sopho-
more Hop. The high school auditorium was gaily decorated, and music
was provided by the "Art Turner Orchestra." Lorraine Hamel and
Robert de Rochemont led the Grand March.
September 8, 1954, was a big day for us as we were beginning
our third year of high school. Mr. Stone was the advisor of Room 5
with thirty-one pupils reporting for classes.
The election of officers was as follows: President, Richard Gagne,
Vice President, Robert de Rochemont, Secretary, Carol Beaudette,
Treasurer, Richard Demers, and Student Council Representatives, Robert
McGowen and Donald Labonte.
Lorraine Hamel was to be our yearbook editor, Carol Beaudette
assistant editor, and Bruce Hauschel, business manager.
We were true upperclassmen in November when we received our
most prized possessions . . . class rings.
The next big event was the Christmas party sponsored by the Junior
ln May we presented our play which was entitled, "Where's Laurie,"
directed by Mr. Folsom. The cast had a most enioyable time, and it
will long be remembered by us.
May 20 was a big night for us. We held our annual Junior Prom
which turned out to be very successful. The gym was gaily decorated
with orchid and white streamers. The Grand March was led by Gretchen
Mason and Robert de Rochemont, and we danced to the music of "The
Carol Beaudette and Robert de Rochemont were chosen as class
marshals for the graduating class. Carol Allen, Jeannette Belleau, Lor-
raine Hamel, Richard Demers, Richard Beaulieu, and Bruce Hauschel
were chosen as ushers and usherettes for graduation and the reception.
Our Senior year has finally arrived. September 7, l955, was here
and twenty-five Seniors were in their same seats. We were again in
Room 5 with Mr. Miner as our class advisor.
At our first class meeting we elected officers. They are as follows:
President, Bruce Hauschel, Vice President, Robert de Rochemont, Secre-
tary, Carol Beaudette, Treasurer, Richard Demers, Student Council
Representatives, Gretchen Mason and Robert McGowen.
Late in September we had our Senior pictures taken. We also chose
green and white for our class colors and red rose as our class flower.
June 14, 1956, is the closing of our high school days. With mist in
our eyes, loyalty in our hearts, and a regret for our departure, we
pass from "possibility to actuality."
Easf 1 nof esfamenf
Gretchen Mason leaves her abnlnty to sneak out of offnce practuce to
Robert de Rochemont leaves has love for music to Bobby Whute
Carol Beaudette leaves her talent for forging Phys Ed excuses an the
safe keeplng of Mr Landroche
Bruce Hauschel leaves has 39 Olds to the future N H S hot rodder
Muruel Wawrzkuewncz leaves her serene manner to Joan Pohopek
Ruchard Gagne leaves has guutar to Joyce Grochmal
Jeanette Belleau leaves her abullty for getting Into mlschlef to Judy Hale
Richard Demers leaves hrs qunet smlle to Denms Abbott
Frances Brlgulao leaves her knack of talklng her way out of anythung
to Bully Mason
Rnchard Beaulleu leaves has bashfulness to Ronald Davns
Carol Walker leaves her buultun PA system to Connie Bloom for
furthermg her cause
Ken White leaves his spelllng ablllty to Sandra Dodds
Lorralne Hamel leaves her 'ob as chnef edltor to anyone who has a
full bottle of asplrln Good luck Sandy'
The McGowen twms leave thetr nicknames Ding and Dong to the
Nancy Dawes leaves her artnstlc talent to Mrs Teen Now she can draw
the pnctures on the blackboards
Bernard Balllargeon leaves his DA and charm to Casey Call
Joan Labranche leaves all her money to Denny to buy a murror for the
Jacques Gagnon leaves has white bucks to Mr Greenwood
Cynthia Hull leaves her philosophy of llfe to Mr Mlner
Walter Zwearcan leaves his crewcut to Walter Schultz
Mary Lasofsky leaves her ponytall to Jane Holk
Richard Pohopek leaves has knowledge of science to Mr Greenwood
for further use an has teachnng career
CLASS OF 56
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Second row: Sandra Walker, Andrew Crooker, and Judy Hale.
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At the beginning of the year, the Lamprey Chapter of the National
Honor Society's membership was limited to one. As the year progressed
several students from the Junior and Senior classes were awarded
Mr. Avery was our advisor and working with him were President,
Lorraine Hamel, and Vice President, Carol Beaudette.
Since there was only one member at the beginning of the year,
other Seniors were chosen to make up the Student Patrol.
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First row: Carol Hazeltine, Connie Bloom, Bruce Hauschel, Mr. Dorval, Lorraine Hamel,
Sandra Walker, Anita Geoffrion. Second row: Walter Wheeler, Jackie Roderiques, Judy
Hale, Albert St. Laurent, Gretchen Mason, and Robert McGowen. Third row: Eugene Hayes,
Bruce Dexter, Richard Wilson, Bob Gowen, Dennis Sklarski, and Robert de Rochemont.
At our first meeting on September 20, 1955, the Student Council
elected officers. Lorraine Hamel was elected as president, Bruce Hauschel
as vice president, Connie Bloom as secretary, and Sandra Walker as
The Freshman initiation was the first activity sponsored by the
The Council has diligently attempted to contribute to the improve-
ment of the school as a place of work and enioyment. Mr. Robert
Dorval, our advisor, has guided us materially in our efforts.
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First row: Alice Mongeon, Dorothy Dickinson, Rose Pelletier, Gloria Gagne, Rita Talbot,
Madeleine Clough, Carla Donovan, Mary Lasofsky, Muriel Wawrzkiewicz, Jeanne Ryan,
and Anita Geoffrion. Second row: Geraldine Bogacz, Marie Robitelle, Betty Finn, Nancy
Finn, Eleanor Bomze, Cynthia Nelson, Joan Pohopek, Carla Grant, Harlene Szabo, Sandra
Bassett, and Mr. Crocker. Third row: Sally Dawes, Elaine Keller, Cynthia Hill, Sally Phil-
brick, Jane Hoik, Jackie Dodds, Nancy Dawes, Crystal Marden, Sandra Dodds, Connie
Bloom, and Joan Labranche.
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At the opening of school, the Girls' Glee Club elected the following
officers: President, Jeannie Ryan, Vice President, Sandra Dodds, Secre-
tary, Betty Finn, Treasurer, Connie Bloom, and Librarians, Madeleine
Clough and Betty Mitchell. Mr. Crocker was our Director.
Soon after, the Girls' Glee Club presented a Thanksgiving Assembly
in which they gave a meaningful speech of Thanksgiving and sang
selections. The Spring Concert was a memorable event.
We look forward to next year with much anticipation.
First row: Richard Wilson, Robert de Rochemont, Richard Emond. Second row: Bruce
Dexter, Owen Russell and Paul Savko. Seated: Mr. Lewis Crocker.
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Although the Boys' Glee Club lacked quantity, we truly accomplished
a great deal during the year.
We participated in several assemblies and gave our annual Christmas
concert in the Community Church. We then began preparation for our
spring concert, which was well received.
The year was ended by jointly participating with the Girls' Glee Club
in Commencement exercises.
We hope next year will bring us continued success and additional
First row: Jean Ryan, Robert de Rochemont, Betty Finn, Mr. Crocker, Sandra Dodds, Betty
Shelton, Paul Savko, Eleanor Bomze. Second row: Carla Donovan, Jane Hoik, Judy Hale,
Carla Grant, Harlene Szabo, Carol Walker, Sandra Bassett. Third row: Robert Schultz, Roger
Harvey, Constance Bloom, Anita Geoffrion, Sandra Walker, Robert Gowen, Bruce Dexter.
The Music Club of Newmarket High School, under the direction of
Mr. Lewis Crocker, had a very successful year. We elected our officers:
President, Betty Shelton, Vice Presidents, Sandra Dodds and Robert
de Rochemont, Secretary, Betty Shelton, Treasurer, Jeannie Ryan.
Our activities of the year included a "Boston Pops" trip, which was
enioyed by all who participated. We also presented an assembly, and
sponsored a highly successful dance.
First row: Robert McGowen, Richard Pohopek, Roland LaPlume, Dennis Kelleher, Mr. Avery,
Bruce Hauschel, Robert DeRochemont, William Mason. Second row: Madeline Clough,
Betty Shelton, Frances Brigulio, Cynthia Hill, Joan Pohopek, Jeannie Ryan, Gretchen
Mason. Third row: Carol Walker, Crystal Marden, Lorraine Hamel, Joan LaBranch, Carol
Beaudette, Harlene Szabo, Betty Finn.
The school Service Club went into action with the opening of school
and resumed its position of rendering service to N.H.S. Included in
our membership are the office girls, the ice cream sellers, the flag
raiser, our janitor, Denny Kelleher, and many others who perform
a service for their school.
lt has been our goal to serve the school in any capacity of which
we are capable. The duties that we have performed, under the direction
of Mr. Avery, will remain our contribution to N.H.S.
We look forward to serve again next year.
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First row: Sandra Walker, Madeline Clough, Virginia Labranche, Virginia Brigulio, Sally
Philbrick, Mr. Landroche, Cynthia Nelson, Sandra Bassett, Jeannette Belleau, Jean Ryan,
Carla Donovan and Anita Geoffrion. Second row: Frances Brigulio, Genevieve Robertson,
Sandra Dodds, Carol Beaudette, Constance Bloom, Lorraine Hamel, Crystal Marden, Carla
Grant, Harlene Szabo, Jane Hoik, and Joan Pohopek. Third row: Betty Finn, Carol Walker,
Robert White, Richard Wilson, Robert Gowen, Roger Harvey, Bruce Hauschel, Kenneth
White, Roland LaPlume, Dennis Abbott, Betty Shelton and Gretchen Mason.
The first meeting of the Pep Club was held on January 4 and found
us with 34 members. We elected our officers: President, Carol Beau-
dette, Vice President, Bruce Hauschel, Secretary, Sandra Walker, and
Treasurer, Carol Walker.
On February 4 we sponsored our annual "Winter Carnival Ball."
The music of John Howe's Orchestra was enjoyed by all and the gym
was beautifully decorated for the gala occasion. We selected Connie
Bloom as our queen and Bob Gowen was king.
The success of our club was due to the guidance of our advisor,
Mr. Landroche, and our appreciation is great.
The Pep Club Winter Ball was held on February 4 and there was
a large attendance to witness the coronation. When the big moment
arrived, it was revealed that Connie Bloom and Bob Gowen were
king and queen for one night at N.H.S. Douglas Sklarski and Carol
Roper were prince and princess. President of the Pep Club, Carole Beau-
dette, and her escort, Bob de Rochemont, crowned the king and queen.
Mr. Landroche planned and supervised the affair. It was really a night
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First row: Jacques Gagnon, Kenneth White, James Howcroft, and Charles Chantre.
Second row: Coach Leo Landroche, Paul Savko, Eugene Call, Robert Gowen, Richard
Pohopek, and Roger Harvey.
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On November 4, basketball practice resumed once again in full
force. With the loss of three of our varsity players, Coach Landroche had
to produce new players to fill their shoes. The new team lacked height
and experience for varsity ball, but hopes began to rise after defeating
the alumni and winning both games at the Jamboree.
Our first scheduled game against St. John's on December I, dimmed
our prospects for the oncoming season as we lost to them, but New-
market's fighting Mules came bouncing back and enioyed a victorious
We ended the season with a lo-2 record and were off to the tourna-
ment. In Durham, our boys came out runners-up in the State Class "B"
Tournament. Three out of the first five, Charlie Chantre, Wally Zwear-
can and Jacques Gagnon, were placed on the All-State squad.
We wish to thank Coach Landroche for his expert advice and train-
ing of the team. We are looking forward to another such successful
season next year.
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First row: Genevieve Robertson, Rose Pelletier, Sally Philbrick, Carla Donovan, Madeleine
Clough, Nancy Gooch, and Sandra Dawes. Second row: Betty Shelton. Third row: Joyce
Grochmal, Jean Ryan, Carla Grant, Carol Walker, Coach Greenwood, Sandra Walker,
Crystal Marden, Lorraine Beairsto, and Harlene Szabo.
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Although we started practice rather late in the fall, the turnout was
one of the biggest for girls' basketball ever seen at N.H.S. Through
a series of eliminations, fifteen girls were left to make up the squad.
Betty Shelton became our manager.
Under the coaching of Mr. Greenwood, we enjoyed a season more
successful than any of us can remember. We ended the season win-
ning six games and losing six, and we were proud for having achieved
such a record.
We sincerely hope that next year's team will have the benefit of
Coach Greenwood's training and that they will surpass our record.
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First row: Kenneth White, Roger Harvey, Eugene Call, Paul Savko, and Jack Beairsto.
Second row: Coach Greenwood, Owen Russell, Richard Hazeltine, Albert St. Laurent,
and Richard Crooker.
Under the supervision of Mr. Greenwood, the Jayvees are having
a fine season of basketball. We ended the season with an outstanding
record of 15-3.
This was Mr. Greenwood's first year of coaching Jayvee basketball
at Newmarket High and he has done an outstanding iob with the
future varsity players of N.H.S.
Our new Jayvee team has plenty of height which enabled us to
win most of our games.
We hope next year's team will have a record lust as good, if not
better, than this year's team.
We would like to wish Mr. Greenwood the best of luck in his
future years at N.H.S.
First row: Richard Hazeltine and Henry Smas. Second row: Robert Gowen, Albert St,
Lawrence, Mr. Landroche, Jacques Gagnon and Owen Russell.
Newmarket High's Mules kicked up their heels at the starting gun
and continued on to win decisive victories over all opponents during
the regular cross-country season. We remained undefeated.
ln November the boys faced twenty-seven other schools in the annual
interscholastic meet held at Durham. To finish second was an achieve-
ment of which Coach Leo Landroche and the harriers may well be
To next year's team, we wish continued success.
First row: Robert Gowen, William Byron, David Noon, Richard MacDonald, Jacques
Gagnon, and James Howcroft. Second row: Mr. Stone, Benny Gooch, Robert Melanson,
Owen Russell, Roger Harvey, Eugene Call, and Robert Labranche.
Practice began in the middle of March and we proceeded to do the
best we could with such a small turnout for the team.
Our team, under the coaching of Mr. Stone, did fairly well during
the season, winning the smaller proportion of our scheduled games.
We hope this year's team will do well, and we wish them luck in
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much practice and careful ellmlnatton the team was reduced to eleven
The softball team consisted of Carol Allen Carol Walker Carol Beau
dette Sara Record Barbara Canney Lorralne Hamel Carla Donovan
Joyce Grochmal Sandra Walker Harlene Szabo and Jean Ryan All
veterans reported as we lost no players an graduation Under the skull
ful coaching of a U N H student Carol Murphy we had a very suc
Our able manager Frances Brlgulno was a great asset to our team
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On June I5 T976 I decrded to attend the much antncnpated art
festival held annually In New York Cnty
As I was purchasrng my plane Tucket I spred a dustnngulshed looklng
gentleman seated at a huge desk ductatnng to hrs secretary and sur
prlsungly enough that secretary was Cynthna Hall The srgn on the door
read B D Baullargeon T W A Chlef Engineer of Aeronautlcs But
to my greater surprase I met Grnny St Hulalre as I boarded The plane
she was to accompany us as head arrlrne stewardess
Seated comfortably I funally Took notice of The attractlve WAC next
to me and nearly fell to preces when I discovered It was SF C Mary
Lasofsky The blow was carrled even further when I recogmzed Two
hugh ranking Naval Offncers across The arsle to be Admirals Ruchard
Gagne and Robert McGowen U S N
As we landed In New York I noticed a large group of people gath
ered around a plane lust In from Hollywood AT closer Inspection I
reallzed The great attraction was Jan Bell that great star of Cunerama
wrth her latest admirer wealthy playboy Rlchle Pohopek Of course
I could recall when she was lust plaln Jeannette Belleau lead actress
In our Junior and Senior Plays Durectly behind her mcndentally was
newest movie Duck Demers who was perhaps the most distinguished
and Talented man ln the fnlm capital
Upon reachlng my destlnatuon I went directly to The art Testrval at
Central Park I found myself admlrlng the unlque arrangement and
was told that It had all been supervrsed by Mass Carol Walker There
were several works of art portraits and modern art panntlngs adornlng
the area and on them I spotted the famlluar lnltuals NED for
thus years festival was In tnbute to the world renowned artlst Nancy
There were several celebrities attending For Instance there was
Charles P Chantre famed novelist and hrs old school chum the top
U5 screntlflc chemlst Walter Zwearcan closely examunnng The por
tralt of Richard Beaulieu who had recently been named good will am
bassador to Mars after havnng designed the frrst successful space shup
over a decade ago Robert de Rochemont The modern day Christian
Dlor who had made a name for himself as wardrobe designer for the
popular Boston soclallte Carole Beaudette accompanied Gretchen
Mason head X ray technrcnan at the new modern N H S Class of 56
Memorlal Hospital which had been planned by archltect Kenneth White
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wholeheartedly toward the construction of the new hosputal Frances
Brlgullo could well afford to after havlng marrled a wealthy uranium
miner Prevuous to her marriage Frances had stumbled onto fame on
her own as contemporaneous author of several books of poems
Our two classmates who had stayed behund to benefnt Newmarket
were there One was Jacques Gagnon who had become coach at N H S
and had put the growing cuty on the sports world map by having turned
out a championship basketball squad for twelve consecutive years
Furthermore they had succeeded In captunng the U S Class B Cham
plonshup sux times The other was Muriel Wawrzkuewucz who had
founded her own school of photography In Newmarket
At the closing of the festival the sponsor of the whole affair Bruce
Hauschel President of the Rocket Car Corporation of Amerlca nntro
duced the guest speaker Ronald McGowen the most versatile orator of
the 20th Century
I was relieved to have learned of the success of all my hugh school
companions and l Lorraine Hamel was content to return to Washington
DC to resume my post as personal advisor to the President
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Mr Sarah Gllbert
Muss Mary Gordon
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Mr Edward Hamel
Mlss Jeanne Hamel
Mass Carlene Hull
Mr and Mrs Carl Hull
Mrs Mrldred Jones
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James A George
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Dr Charles Manning
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