Newport High School - Oracle Yearbook (Newport, VT)

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V 1 ef-,.. :fly 14014911101 C Now that our high school days have come to their close, we pause to look back upon the friends and the happiness we have known. Our last yelar at N.H.S. has been one filled with many experiences which we will never forget. The joys, the sorrows, the fun, and the hard work -these are all a part of our memories. ln the 1962 ORACLE, we have tried to preserve for you through pictures these wonderful memo- ries of Newport High School. It is our hope that this edition will help you relive every memory in the years to come. The Senior Class we ogcafzbn r' , 0 N V - N s x my X N1' f xxx X Xi N f V l J 3 'X K ww H w W I 1 H V im f U xi' wxx Ml -W , X waz, 1, KPN : un ,ms if 1 I il fyggggigzma-2 M . E J, MQF.. , , . . - in -QR -. ,r ? , - r M -' "IRT-. , .- H -.. M,,gJ' w -"' gags? - 4 uv U Hfafwwv , M W' ' 41 , , 'gwe,-T' C. W . . . xlrlmif Nici. A fm. :Q,..f,.Q, 'Till f. .V., W Y W- 43.4. -n ,S , week J W 1 ,,..,,,., gf 1. x E J fum-iii: H ' w ?3:fe:x1:L" K w w fu - 1 M . "1 HMS' -- gg, --.fwfszffszmx xr K'1,f,iq,, X YK H X ' ff MW, , asiiasziasz Lwfsziasziasz H W, ,M W, 7 Lbykkby 5,559 ,-,- www Bs wie' : - -fn Mg: wg E f M Neff as - 'Z Kai' -,W,,.J3..,,., wu L J f H -- z-, , , xr: X T 0 -f:a.,2LF5?'TT.. N' ' mm:-,, x x x X. fm , E K X March, 1962 Members of the Class of1962g Iwould like to extend my congratulations to you for successfully completing your education at Newport High School. Here in school you have gained a background in knowledgeg you have set goals for future attainmentg you have developed responsibility for your own actionsg you have learned to work and get along with one another. It is my hope that your experiences in Newport High School have helped you to be the kind of young men and young women the world needs so badly - people of vision and high purpose, of honor and integrity, and of unselfish devotion to the common good. lf school has done this for you, then, Ithink your time with us has not been spent in vaing and I believe you are ready to make a worthwhile con- tribution to the future. Ihave enjoyed working with each of you and may you have suc- cess in your future endeavors. William H. Towne NEWPORT I-HGH SCHOOL WILLIAM H. TowNE. PRINCIPAL NEWPORT. VERMONT Cscfoof ygoar gf rusfees cSupe1'm!e1z0QnZ' L. L. WELLS THOMAS KENDALL: Chairman MRS. CLYDE CREASER: Clerk DR. S. w. F. HAMILTON CHARLES CBUDJ BECK LEONARD MQCUMBER lv- 7' MR. BARRETT I MRS. SIMMONS I0 yeacfers cyfzfe jjasf ff, SH N1 MISS SILSBY . f I Q F L "' T fwckxqw nf MR. TWISS MRS . PROVOST ig MR. PALIN MISS CUSHING W i Y VE ' ggi l . . m 'fu id : V -fi 'IIQQ Y. ' 3 5 K , . I .,... .75 13 g.. W i MRS. DARBY MR. MARTIN T V 3 I K I MRS. ROGERS "One more year of climbing up and down these stairs will do me in for sure.', nv' , lx ff 3, we. - vm 055665 'l?""'r' MR. TOWNE PRINCIPAL "How are we coming on those college applica- tions?" MR. LeROY HISTORY, GOVERNMENT "The assignment for tomorrow and there will be a to- ITIOIIOW ull MR. BOYLE PHYSICALN EDUCATION "Fall into line and count off consecutively." 3 I MR. WOODS ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL "Where's your excuse?" .j , . .5 ,A ' 9 ' If 1, 1 rf. .g H I , if. ' . . SOCIAL STUDIES "I wish some people would air their shoes." MR. FELLOWS ENGLISH "We'l1 do that scene over again and this time, ut a little life in it. . . - aww., 4 I 1 fx-R 5 K MR. CROUDIS MUS IC "A11 right! Now 1et's start acting like grown- ups . " :-'-P1 MR. PARSONS COMMERCIAL COURSES "Let's keep that carriage mov- ing. " MR. FILAMOND DRIVER'S EDUCATION "Everybody duck! I !" if 5 -"it 'A 'V MRS. BEADLE DOMESTIC SCIENC ES "Now girls, when you come in here don't just sit down. Put your aprons on. " MR. GALIPEAU MATHEMATICS "Has everybody got a hundred today?" MRS. MALONEY OFFICE SECRETARY "Can I help you?" If 'MEI 'V . N V of f' . 5 ,Eff I A MR. ALTERI HOMETOWN: Windsor Locks, Connecticut COLLEGE: San Francisco - B.A. TEACHING: One year QZZI OZ" Ulm 57 ozlsozts MISS BATTLES HOMETOWN: Randolph, Vermont COLLEGE: U.V.M. - B.S. TEACHING: One year i MISS COAPLAND HOMETOWN: Albany, Vermont COLLEGE: U.V.M. - Ph.B. TEACHING: Twenty-two years rv ,.g" yr 5,19 Who L" asked you, Freshman?" .KPFQ-5'1bQI2f - RAE LYON Uzbe-Treszkn f BOB COB URN greasurer - JOHN SCOTT Csecrefary - WINN ALLEN 9121614 66.53 CQFS THELMA DIANE Cl-IENEY "Dide" Secretary "Well, how 'bout that!" y - .4 H. IA MES WHEELER Intramurals 1 H I H Giee Club 3,4 E1 H Jimfg , Monitor 4 CC Ol'1 CB 1'1g1I'1SC1' Newport Center High 1, 2 Tonopan High, Nevada 3 Class Treasurer 1 Basketball 1 Majorette 1 Glee Club 1, 2 Northeast Music Festival 1 Dramatics 1 Student Council 2 Softball 3 Speech Club 3 Literary Club 3 " Is that so!" HELEN J. M. THAYER "Helen" Beautician "What a world we live in!" 0 '11 Princess Elizabeth High School, Magog Quebec 1, 2 Monitor 4 I7 H ll ws' 'll' ' " ' EF H u H u p-W 1 Class President 1 Class Vice-President 2 Class Treasurer 4 Football 1, 2.3, 4 Co-Captain 4 All-State Honorable Mention 2 Basketball 1, 3 Skiing 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Northeast Music Festival 2. 3 State Music Festival 4 Class Play 2 Speech Club 4 Oracle staff - Assistant Business Manager 4 Boys' State Delegate 3 Monitor 4 Magazine Drive fRoom Capt.j 1, 2 1 11 , i , ,,'. f g MARY ANN FITZGERALD "Mary" Teacher "I don't know, but . . . P gg :Egan 1 at , as-lata' 1 JOHN CARLYLE SCOTT "Scotty" Radio Station Manager "So whatl " SANDRA LEE HASELTON "Sandy" Diplomatic Secretary " I' ll volunteer" Johnson High SCh0O1 1. 2' 3 Basketball 1, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 Dramatics 3 F. H. A. 1, 3, 4 '44 5 A- Spaulding High School, Rochester, New Hampshire 1 Badminton Intramurals 1 Masque and Dagger 1 Bowling League 1 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Press Club 3, 4 Drarnatics 2, 3,4 Student Council Sec. -Treas. 2, Vice- Pres. 3, Pres. 4 Girls' State 3 Honor Society 2, Sec. 3, Vice-Pres. 4 Citizenship Conference 3 Magazine Drive, Asst. Mgr. 3, Manager4 Speech Club 3 Library Club 4 Monitor 4 Class Vice-President 3 I. V. Cheerleader 1 Varsity Cheerleader 2 Majoretre 1, fHeadj 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Northeast Music Festival 3 Press Club 1,2, QAsst. Ed.3 3, QEd.j 4 Dramatics 1, 2, 4 Speech Club 3, 4 A. A. Council 1, 2 U. N. Model Assembly Delegate 3 Class Marshal 3 Oracle Staff - Editor 4 Monitor 4 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 State Music Festival 4 Girls' Basketball 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Press Club fAsst. Art Ed.j 3, 4 Dramatics 1, 4 Monitor 4 Speech Club 3, 4 BONNIE ELLEN KENDALL "Bon" Foreign Service Career "Oh, cuss it!" LOREN R- LADD Dramatics 1, 2. 3. 4 "L8.L'ldlCkl1'1S" Monitor 4 To get rich quick Speech Club 3 "Lef'S have 3 PaffY!" Oracle Staff 4 SUSAN ELAINE COURCHESNE "Suzie" English Teacher "Yeth ThirI" rp TL w " wb , , Football 1 Basketball 4 Baseball 4 Intramurals 1, 2, 3 Dramatics 1 Monitor 4 Golf Team 2, 3, 4 Speech Club 4 DELTA RAE SOMERS ..De1.. Airline Stewardess You could have fooled me!" 'bs uni 1 re RICHARD DEAN BOYDEN "Dick" Forestry "We11, O. K. !" LINDA FAY LAMERE "Linda" Secretary "A friend in need is a friend indeed' " iw it A w ,, . 1 w w rv Class Treasurer 2 I. V. Cheerleader 1 Varsity Cheerleader 2 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Press Club fGossip Ed.j 3, 4 Drarnatics 1.2, 3, 4 Oracle Staff fSales Mgr.J 4 Speech Club 3 Monitor 4 Magazine Drive fRoom Captainj 2 Class Secretary 3 Glee Club 4 Oracle Staff QAsst. Business Managerl 4 Press Club - Typist 4 Monitor 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 SUSANNA GILPIN State Music Festival 4 "Sue" Press Club Cfypistj 4 Trip to Europe Monitor 4 "Oh, brother!" Band 1, 2, 3,4 KATHLEEN SUSAN JORDAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 "Kathy" Northeast Music Featival 3 Home Economics Teacher Press Club QSpecial Features Editor 3, 41 "I was up 'till . . . " Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 Oracle staff 4 Monitor 4 Honor Society fVice-President 3, Presi- dent 45 Speech Club 3, fExtemp. Chairman 45 CURTIS A. HARDY Skiing 2 "Curt" Intramurals 1, 2 Chain Store Manager Glee Club 3, 4 "For Goodness Sake! !" Monitor 4 ,Q , A RAE ELIZABETH LYON ll Rael! Nurse "That's odd . . . ,,.a-- ll 1 is Class Secretary 1 MERLE G. PARENTEAU Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 "Mutt" Northeast Music Festival 3 Service'E1ectrica1 State Music Festival 4 Engineering Monitor 4 " Oh! Come off it." 'OW WINSOME RAE ALLEN " Winn" Physical Education Teacher " Qu:-Lint" Secretary CClassj 2 President 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Club 1, 2. 3, 4 Music Festival 4 Class Girls ' Glee State Press Club fClubs' Editorj 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4 Oracle staff QSpecial Features Editorj 4 Speech Club 3 Girls' State Alternate 3 Monitor 4 Honor Society 2, fSec. -Treasurerj 3 4 Edmund's Essay Contest 12nd Prize Districty 3 Class Vice-President 1, President 2 Sec retary 4 I. V. Cheerleader fCapt.j 2 Varsity Cheerleader CCaptainJ 3 4 Girls' Softball 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Northeast Music Festival 3 Speech Club 4 Press Club 3, 4 Library Club 4 Dramatics 3 Oracle Staff fAsst. Ed.j 4 Magazine Drive Room Capt. Good Citizenship Girl 4 Monitor 4 1 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 3 Majorette 1, 2, 3. 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Dramatics 1, 2, 3 F. H. A. Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, President 4 Monitor 4 ag-1 Lyndon Institute 1 Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader, Varsity 4 Monitor 4 Softball 3 DIANE LOUISE CHAFFEE "Diane" Secretary " Noth-thir I " LOUIS RICHARD DEAN Glee Club 1, 2, 3,4 Dickie Northeast Music Festival 1 2 3 4 Game Warden A. A. Council 1 "That's life" Monitor 4 CAROL LEIGH ELWOOD Carol To get taller and fatter " What a blast!" M. J Iii fe., grae ' RUTH ELAINE DROWN "Ruthie" Nurse "Yea . . . but!" ,HN fr Basketball 2 I. V. Cheerleader 1 U.V.J Band 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Northeast Music Festival 3 State Music Festival 4 Press Club fAsst. Club Editory 1, 2, 3 CEX change Editorj 4 Drarnatics 1, 2, 4 Debate Club 3 Student Council 1, 2, 4 Oracle Staff 4 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Festival 2, 3 Dramatics 1, 4 A. A. Council 4 Oracle Staff qAsst. Art and Photography Editorj 4 Monitor 4 Press Club CTypistj 4 LEO FRANCIS IUDD IR. "Junior" Draftsman "Oh, yeh! Five or six times! 1 I" EVELYN E. CARSON "Evvie" IBM Course "Did it hurt ?" Basketball 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 F.H. A. 1.2, fVice-Pres.J 3, fNews Re- porterj 4 Monitor 4 Girls' Basketball 1, 2. 3 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball Band 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Northeast Music Drarnatics 2 A. A. Council 3 Festival 1, 2, 3 Oracle Staff fLiterary Editorj 4 Monitor 4 SHARRON BARBARA MYERS "Sherry" Physical Education Teacher "You're a big help!" ROBERT C. RHODES "Bob" Helicopter Charter Business What's going on in here?" Intramurals 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Monitor 4 Speech Club 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 BEVERLY .TOAN HARDY Glee Club 1, 3, 4 "Bev" Press Club CClubs' Editor, Typist 43 Office Secretary Drarnatics 4 "Now wait just a minute! I' Oracle Staff QAsst. Special Features Editor 41 Basketball Band 4 Monitor 4 U 4 N l CHARLES TERRY ION MOORE "Terry" To ride the stars of good fortune "Be Good" KK Newport Center High, President 1, Vice- President 4 Football 2, 3 Skiing 2 Band 1, 2, 3. 4 Glee Club 1, 4 Northeastern Mus Dramatics 1, 3, 4 A. A. Council 3 Speech Club 3, 4 Monitor 4 Honor Society 2 ic Festival 1, 2, 3 ROBERT DEAN COBURN- Bob Veterinary IV Oh!! Ja-ff Western Hills High School, Cincinnati Ohio Football 1, 3 Basketball I. V. 3, Manager 4 Baseball 3 Flame Staff 3, 4 Senior Class Play 4 One-Act Plays 3, Prompter A.A. Council 3,4 Student Council 4 Oracle Staff - Art Editor 4 Boys' State 3 Monitor 4 Speech Club 3, 4 ". . . so what's wrong with me being Voted Most Handsome?" 5 I5 FY' Is this what our future has to depend on? f . is OS ,f , EN I Who wants to be President? The Three Stooges jlaem OFIQS Sqre The future Einsteins? Our idea of Macbeth's Three Witches 1, -le 1 English had everything. Q0 . Q Yxpjx we N400 xo xspog O K1 '19 sp wr: I 4 4, X. Planning for the week-end? Beware of Bookkeeping! glfa : -9 E556 ul' I wonder what she means? moe fy 13 The pathway to my future. agar X CQ, S15 C6001 We never realized our government was such a problem. It takes everything to become a proper housewife. enzbz' j9Qy . . Fairy Mae - - Florence - - Mrs. Paddy - - Jeffrey ---- Hannibal - - - Miss Willy - - Dr. Emmett - - Lily Belle - - - Titus Savage - Samuel Savage Mrs. Savage - Director - - - CAST - - - DELTA SOMERS - SANDRA HASELTON - - - RUTH DROWN - -TERRY MOORE - LOREN LADD ------RAELYON SUSAN COURCHESNE - - KATHY JORDAN - ROBERT COBURN - - - - - -LEOJUDD - - BONNIE KENDALL - - MR. FELLOWS yfe Cjzzzvbus aoaye REVIEW The senior play, THE CURIOUS SAVAGE by John Patrick, was presented on Nov. 16 and 17. The play was set at the "C1oisters, " a home for the mentally disturbed. The Savage children try to relieve their mother of a 310, 000, OOO fortune by having her corn- mitted. But, with the aid of a very dirty Teddy bear and some very "different" people, Mrs. Savage out- wits her selfish children. CREW Stage Managers - - - - - BEVERLY HARDY MARY FITZGERALD Stage Assistants - - - - RICHARD BOYDEN CURTIS HARDY Make-up - - - - -CAROL ELWOOD Ushers - - - - - SUSAN GILPIN HELEN THAYER LINDA LAMERE DIANE CHAFFEE EVELYN CARSON Tickets - - - ---- JOHN SCOTT WINSOME ALLEN House Managers - - - - -MERLE PARENTEAU RICHARD DEAN JAMES WHEELER ROBERT RHODES Director - - - - -MISS COAPLAND 3I I Who took my teddy-bear? -.52 Y . , , iw X W This is my son, Mrs. Savage. -4 My you are beautiful, Leo Under the president's petunia patch? 1962 Skis 1' f We, the Senior Class of Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-two, being of sound mind, do hereby, accord- ing to due process of law, will and bequeath our most treasured traits and possessions to our friends and un- derclassmen. I, Sandra Haselton, do hereby leave my ability to get along with Mr. Parsons to Kathy Rivard. I, Evelyn Carson, do hereby leave my ability to be absent in times of crisis to Sharyn Greenwood. I, Diane Chaffee, do hereby leave my will power to keep in condition for those games at Derby Academy to Mary Riegel. I, Merle Parenteau, do hereby leave my car to Mike Marsh so that he will be able to travel to the East Side much easier. I, Ruth Drown, do hereby leave my place on Choqu- ette's fence to Barbara Mosher. I, Leo Judd, do hereby leave my place on Choquette's fence to Charlie Liberty. I, Curtis Hardy, do hereby leave my parking space in front of Bigelow's to Romeo and Juliet. I. Mary Fitzgerald, do hereby leave my ability to wash dishes after Homemaking class to Linda Monfet- te, who never seems to wash them. I, Terry Moore, do hereby leave my ability " to do nothing that I say I'm going to do" to Rick Hamblett. I, Bev Hardy, do hereby leave my skating ability to Duane Willis. I, Dick Boyden, do hereby leave my thriftiness to Charles Leavitt. I, Winsome Allen, do hereby leave my smile to Mildred Porter. I, Rae Lyon, do hereby leave my ability to study to David Moore. I, Richard Dean, do hereby leave my ability to hunt, fish, and tell wild stories to Harry Royea. I, Delta Somers, do hereby leave all my late book reports to Reg Rhodes. I, Robert Coburn, do hereby leave my charm and my ability to drive to Rick Lunderville. I, Linda Lamere, do hereby leave my quietness to Gail Doubleday. l, Helen Thayer, do hereby leave my seat in home- room to Carol Hicks. I, Loren Ladd, do hereby leave the Chevy to my father. After all it is his. I, Bonnie Kendall, do hereby leave to Larry J. Pep- in all of my own personal remarks, witty comments and joking slams, so that he may, perhaps, come out on top in future contests of wit. Good luck, Pep I, Kathy Jordan, do hereby leave my attentiveness during the Senior Class Play to any junior who feels like goofing off this coming year. I, John Scott, do hereby leave all my athletic in- juries to Fred Beck who never seems ro have any. I, Carol Elwood, do hereby leave my long hair to Christine Champagne. I, Diane Cheney, do hereby leave my naturally brown hair to Bonnie Judd. I, Sherry Myers, do hereby leave my seat in the dru store to Betsy Cahill. I, Robert Rhodes, do hereby leave my green and white sweater to Steve Edgerly. I, Susan Courchesne, do hereby leave my house parties to my brother, Jim. I, Susan Gilpin, do hereby leave my rides home at noon to Sharon Hunt. I, Jim Wheeler, do hereby leave my record albums to Reg Glover. Signed, sealed, and witnessed on this nineteenth day of June in the year 1962. Winsome Allen Terry Moore Witnesses: The Twisters ! 8 33 E' gvir "1 ---,, juiwi 2122. SW E ww W wzffzbsf' DELTA SOMERS BOB COB URN Was! Gozzubzczlrzy' K AT HY I ORD AN LOREN LADD TOPUAFIQ DELTA SOMERS TERRY MOORE ezzzbr csweefesf cgmzk C AROL ELW OOD LEO JUDD w in 1 un' Qspofffe Kes! Qlancerss WINS OME ALLEN DIC KIE DEAN b3eaoQrsHyo.' RAE LYON JOHN SCOTT mv' gun.- DELTA SOMERS BOB COBURN gucbbsl' S ANDRA HASELT ON BOB C OB URN W 012 170119 we 'oe wazfef years or FIRST ROW: S. Cour- schesne, M. Paren- teau, J. Scott, E. Carson, D. Chaffee, M. Fitzgerald, L. Ladd, S. Haselton, C. Elwood. SECOND ROW: Miss Coapland, D. Somers, K. Jor- dan, D. Dean, B. Kendall, C. Hardy, L. Lamere, R. Drown H. Thayer, R. Lyon, B. Hardy, D. Cheney THIRD ROW: W. Allen, S. Myers, D. Boyden, T. Moore, R. Rhodes, L. Judd, H. Wheeler, R. Co- burn, S. Gilpin. All right' S omerS ' noun d again! who OPS! Wh efe wer eweh efe ? Skis The sun beat down on the sand of Miami Beach, where the Duchess Delta Somers and the Countess Kathleen Jordan were reminiscing about their recent safari into the heart of Mozambique and their amaz- ing wealth. They had discovered a fortune in dia- monds in Zaharie's Tomb. After they had retrieved the remains of the news- paper, which had blown from their faces, and settled themselves on the sand again, they noticed that DICK BOYDEN, an old classmate of theirs, was Edi- tor-in-Chief of this newspaper. It was called, "The Boyden Times" and had been printed the previous day, January 2, 1982, following the New Years' Eve festivities. The first item to catch their eye was the head- line in red: BABY FACE BOB BROUGHT TO TRIAL! Shocked by the headline, they proceeded to read the following: The notorious Chicago racketteer, BABY FACE COBURN, defends himself on a charge of income tax evasion. His renowned criminal lawyer, SUSAN COURCHESNE, displayed clever tactics in the courtroom, today. If BABY FACE BOB gets off this time, we predict an endless reign of criminal actions for Chicago and its law abiding citizens. In the column at the right, they saw an interest- ing write up: Evie Carson Has SMASH OPENING AT DICK'S INTERNATIONAL STORK CLUB! The ta- lented and famous bubble dancer "Evie" entertained for the festive New Year's crowd, last night. She was interviewed by T. V. 's famous roving reporter, LORAN LADD. During her interview, Miss Carson revealed her future plan of a bubble dancing tour of Asia. Reporter LADD also said that the Stork Club, owned and operated by DICK DEAN, WAS really swinging. The club's bouncer. ROBERT RHODES reported an unusually quiet New Year's evening. After this reassuring note, they glanced at the political columns. This bold heading caught their eye: Parenteau PLANS PROFITABLE FUTURE. It was announced that MERLE PARENTEAU PLANS TO RUN FOR governor. His plans following the guber- yUZ4O!0.6QCy natorial election will be onward and upward, toward the Senate and eventually the Presidency. Parenteau plans his political future on the assumption that a substantial increase in salaries will be forthcoming. Glancing haphazardly over the lost and found column they noticed an item of interest. LOST: One small, slightly scratched, blue, contact lens. Please return to the famous SANDRA HASELTON STOCK YARDS. Reward will be twenty pounds of choice raw beef. Following this they found another of their class- mates in need of assistance. A wrapper is wanted at DIANE CHENEY'S Door-to-door Diaper Service, whose slogan for twenty years has been - "Diane's for Dryer Diapers." Next they saw an advertisement of the extremely successful detective organization, Surfside 5. " The man hunters are MARY FITZGERALD, WINSOME AL- LEN. and CAROL ELWOOD. Their motto reads: "We Always Get Our Man!" Turning to the health section they read of DIANE CHAFFEE'S unfortunate rush to the hospital, via am- bulance, for a ruptured kidney. Doctors reported that her freak illness resulted from doing that new dancing rage, the U-2 Swivel with that wild man-about-town, LEO IUDD. This shocking accident occured during the New Year's Eve festivities at Dick's International Stork Club. On the sports' page, they read of Gallopy Gilpin's amazing victory at the Miami race track. Gallopy Gilpin. a sleek greyhound, won the twenty-five thous- and dollar cup. Gallopy Gilpin is owned by the fam- ous dog racer, CURTIS HARDY. Following the race, Curt stated that this victory would never have been possible without the faithful feeding of Gallopy by his trainer and wife, SUSAN GILPIN on HELEN THAY- ER'S enriched, cruchy, rnunchy, dog biscuits. 37 Signed: KATHY JORDAN N CQJJ Trop ecy KCOZZAEQZIQOQ The Miami Ski Club was anxiously awaiting the arrival of Sl-IERRY MYERS on her return from Europe, where she won several gold metals. Sherry expects to patent an invention for a new type of ski, one that will go backwards as well as frontwards. Reading the book reviews, they discovered that LINDA LAMERE had been offered a celestialscope contract for the rights to film her spicy new novel, "The French Riviera and Me. " which has been ban- ned in fifty-five states. The producer will be Holly- wood's renowned. .TIM WHEELER. Wheeler's last suc- cess was the historical film, "The Downfall of Russia in 1965. " His new celestialscope picture will star Hollywood's famous lover, JOHN Scott and will co- star BEVERLY HARDY, that new singing rage. In two hundred pound, RAE LYON. The wrestling match would be exciting for rumor had it that these two champs had been having a private feud. The society column carried this shocking story Society's loving playboy, TERRY MOORE, had just returned from Europe, after receiving treatments from France's famous psychiatrist, Doctor BONNIE KENDALL, who is now his fourth wife. The hour was late, and the Countess and Duchess were planning to attend an afternoon tea at the excit' ing Stork Club. Their chauffeurs arrived and they were off to a rendez-vous with their rip, roaring, old classmates of nineteen hundred and sixty-two! "The French Riviera and Me," Scott will play the DELTA SOMERS part of me. 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'P ' J 90.1 OFFICERS: President: BARB MOSHER Vice -President: CHARLIE LIBERTY Secretary: MARTHA PATTEE Treasurer: DOUG MCKENNY GQSJ ja '65 FIRST ROW: L. Prue, A. Archambault, I. Kinne, L. Picard, L. Watters, R. Chaffee, D. Cheney, C. Beriner, T. Boulanger, A. Peck. SECOND ROW: M. Hebert, I. Howe, Mr. Parsons, Mr. Woods, D. McKenny, B. Mosher, C. Liberty, M. Pattee, Mr. Fellows, J. Courchesne, R. Bly, M. Daigle. THIRD ROW: T. Allen, N. Riegel, G. Fedunier, C. Palmer, D. Lanoue, E. Stevenson, G. Maniatty, D. Monfette, D. Snay, B. Allen, C. Champagne, J. Beck. FOURTH ROW: L. Pratt, A. Crawford, D. Davio, K. Wood, D. Myers, B. McNeal, G. Besaw, E. Rush- low, R. Vinton, I. Johnson, L. Clement, G. Azur. FIFTH ROW: D. Jacobs. L. Pratt, P. Doyen, L. Sargent, W. Hauver, B. Eastman, S. Royea, T. Snay, T. Carr, B. Lanpher, J. Kerr, R. Atchinson, I. Spaulding, N. Chenier. SIXTH ROW: S. Prue, L. McCumber, L. Gibney, D. Young, C. Brown, J. Coburn, I. Abel, R. Nault, A. Currier, N. Kelly, C. Keller, K. Goedicke. 4-mix-7 - n lx 'HIM' ff uni 1 vxuum.zsa,...,.:.zem,ww n H sa-gs: me.-ru1w.u.w.m--wr .-:um fv 4 of ., Q11 f 6,xQ'a,-19612 X 0 0 0 K G7 57562146 .7 President - JOHN PROUTY Vice-President - F, BECK Treasurer - F. HAMILTON Secretary - B, JUDD P GQSS gf '64 FIRST ROW: Mr. LeRoy, D. Hill, I. Kinney, S. Greenwood, F. Hamilton, I. Prouty, F. Beck, B. Judd D. Leithead, N. Fitzgerald, Mr. Boyle, Mr. Galipeau. SECOND ROW: M. Picard, R. Witney, R. Harnblett, D. Hamblett, C. Smith, G. Sanville, D. Moore, P. Logan, G, Kelley, R. Kelley, D. Lunderville, D. Farrow, R. Hebert, I. Horton, G. Shover. THIRD ROW: H. March, L. Keller, S. Hunt, C. Fortin, C. Royea, P. Joseph, I. Zanfagna, D. Fields, G. Able, C. Coburn, W. Spates, J. Jordan, M. Belway, FOURTH ROW: L. Carbonneau, W. Willard, G. LeBaron, S. Marsh, E. Farrnan, I. Jordan, C. Burke- witz, S. Davio, D. Leavitt, I. Hauver, D. Oulette, V. Labounty, S. Powers, M. Willis, W. Clothier. 42 it 7 Gfzss 0 63 FIRST ROW: M. Riegel, M. Sweeney, T. Davio, Mrs. Beadle, E. Brown, B. Judd, M. Garon, R. Rhodes, Mr Baraw, I. Carter, S. Stevens, J. Buckland. SECOND ROW: N. Fournier, G. Currier, R. Lunderville, H. Royer, J. Noyes, C. Smith, R. Glover, M. Marsh C. Leavitt, S. Edgerly, C. Smith, B. McNeal, F. Hamilton. THIRD ROW: T. Davis. S. Sheltra, L. Pepin, R. Barber, T. Farrand, A. Hawley. G. McKinney, C. Wright C. Scott, M. Trow, D. Willis, K. Goodwin. FOURTH ROW: B. Wood. I. Noyes, P. Forcier, N. Porter, I. Currier, K. Rivard, R. Elwood, C. Hicks, L Johnston, B. Cahill, E. Goedicke, L. Monfett, D. Kelly, G. Doubleday. " s President: MICHAELE GARON Vice-President: BOB IUDD Secretary: ELOISE BROWN Treasurer: REG RHODES ' "Pooled 'ya, gang. I made it anyway. " ne Wore earf Q90 5 so BN X vi awed 'gon mcse vi cum eaLQXocKe ...mx U ' 5 we 595 Off CmoX. '-"wx x eye 'xu ffizfi 45, ' ' ' ' 44 A Wh .fr kidding avg The att : V OU Facrj . ,.., W . QQ me v On? t 6319 ' gm gr Y But this is how they ' " taught me to twist at night school! Q12 QI' A fb 21 56096 X5 Q0 O0 0 i '1 QO96 I I 'Q 3, ' sxfdb. 569 JU-51 ,V X 15 '59 -91' 0521 you .Opt 1,0 :blk 9 mo afbgrl N4 W Ready? Type! Gommerczdf .-.1 , . lf, 'G 65 Z? Bottoms Up! RX "Yak. . . Yak. . . Yak . . . One more meeting like this and I'l1 quit the club!" H in . 'i--i A 'MJT 's Y .I-J, .111 4 L Vi Y L. 5 1 Al' vm 514 , ,, " w w 1 E? v,A.v, xx 1 1-,L 1 yww 1 - f " 'zz cuz' H' ,, 'W 2215, Aff12s?1sf?h11 "V 1 , Vglg f 3,5 A 53515 1 V mf-P 'uiizisgiiziiigmi' M - -1 - 4 .1 ml, ,A ,, ,, V, ,,, X ., if L 1" ' , - . ' .T 1. 'f iff ' 3- , :f 12 fl M, K V ' . . .G ., H1 M W -L. 1 , , 6 Mu 142,15 . W-1 Z , HL -- 'Q 9-if ,': '.. . ,rn ifiia- if V ' . ', ' Y' v H 2 Y ,- 1 1 2 '15 12.5 lux! V' , ' 1' H H" ,, 1 . V 5 ' , my ' Lv., M1m-fy-,.,, i395m4v N W :ami 5 ,,1f11"2: f 1 1 , A , f - ff M ' I 1 , -- g g , R f 43? 4,1 , fg f -1 , fix-511: , f, A, V 5 , Q' , we A ' - f" 1 -- ' 'Q T. ' 'Q L J . .j . M " 'V w R 4 1 , - f .L - , :Z - 19111 A11-1-mmf. . iff 1: I . ' - 1 " ""' "M" ' 1 9 f"f'?fv-',.xg'-s.:z..Q:"2513" IEC? .'i- fl" E- . T 1 1- H :gg-5:4nf,11M.. - 1 , ' ' ' 'M' "-9115, 'Fifi' ' 434 gydxa-1 1 M i - ' Y V JP- ,gwn ,-5 N X , 111 111 K -- ',1 1, m , , 111 . '1 , I ky gi"-pZlw'.j.','. ,. 1' 1 'E ,'QH1,eq1f.5'Mf,'j,h H ll. I Li- N H : umgf -A1141 , ,3 q v FJ 1 . gg. 1 L , h Q. 0 , , , fp,-' 1 ' 1 '- ' f 2 51',4,1:f73 1 v '.i'11.'f5 7 1 A ,- QQ 34 U V JW I I V Y 53' vs A 1 -42 1 'W NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 3 I9 E . E.. -E ,, 1 7 , 5 .Z Qi ff gfe Gusfzlny Gfapfer ffe afzbzz afjlgzzor OCIQI? was first organized in March, 1960, The sponsors were Miss Cushing, Mr. Twiss, and Mr. LeRoy with fourteen Charter Members and seven Probationary Members in attendance. The project for the year of 1960-1961 was to have a pas- tel picture painted of the last Miss Arline Cushing with a gold In Memoriam plaque attaches, The picture was dedicated Graduation Night 1961 by President Kathy Jordan. National Honor Society Pendants have been purchased for senior members to wear with their gowns graduation week and permanent ownership of their pins is given the seniors at this time. 1961- Z2 CMapfef FIRST ROW: Mr. Parsons, B. Kendall, S. Haselton, Miss Coapland, R. Lyon, K. Jordan, Mr LeRoy STANDING: I. Noyes, E. Brown, M. Garon, C. Wright, L. Johnston, R. Judd. gage zfe. . . SYMQZJC gfssoczkzfzbn L. to r.: F. Hamilton, T. Moore, M. Riegel, L. Judd, Mr, Woods, Mr. Boyle, S. Prue, G. Abel, M. Daigle, G. Sanville. ,KPAEGSUFQ JD.. U1 dl? . . glgfdfy FIRST ROW: W. Allen, J. Currier, S. Haselton, Mr. Alteri, G. Doubleday, D. Snay, C. Royea. SECOND ROW: C. Hicks, L. Monfette, D. Kelley, J. Buckland, V. Labounty, E. Stevenson, L. Watters, E. Goedicke. erozlrzy 5 I SECOND ROW: Mr. Fellows, den, M. Parenteau, W. THIRD ROW: S. Courchesne, dan, E. Farman, S. Ma Editor-in -Chief B. KENDALL Assistant Editor M. GARON Business Manager S. HASELTON Art Editor T. MOORE Special Features E -F, K. JORDAN - W. ALLEN ki.. ' Exchange Editors Club Editors R. LYON - B. Sports Editors I. ZANFAGNA R. IUDD R. DROWN - D g aron, D. Somers, K. Jordan R Judd G Doubleday R Atchinson L Judd L Pepin, D. Chaffee, R. Drown R Boy M. Trow, C. Scott, S. Hunt, K. Goodwin, R. Lyon, I. Currier, R. Elwood FOURTH ROW: E. Brown, w. Allen, c. Hicks, L. L H. Th FRONT ROW: T. Moore, S. Haselton, J. Zanfa na, B. Kendall, M. G amere, ayer, B. Cahill, B. Hardy, I, Jordan I Ior r Conference 5712 peecf Qeoekp g120Q'01'0Q1af . FIRST ROW: W. Allen, F. Hamilton, J. Carter, G. Doubleday, L. Pepin, E. Brown, SECOND ROW: R. Judd, C. Hicks, I. Hayes, Mr. Alteri, M. Trow, C. Wright, C. Smith, I. Buckland, K. Jordan, R. Coburn, S. Courchesne, L. Johnston, C. Scott, M. Garon, T. Moore, R. Rhodes, B. Kendall Who could tell that this was a discussion group? Gail's fighting negative . C7 again! Got to find a topic for that Extemp. group . . . Tie . . 91246 9664 C516 Q 01412 Q? fo FIRST ROW: W. Allen, S. Powers, D. Jacobs, C. Elwood, S. Haselton, L. Watters, A. Archambault, K. Goedicke, S. Gilpin, G. Doubleday. G. Shover, M. Picard, L. Picard, R. Lyons, R. Drown. SECOND ROW: I. Carter, M. Fitzgerald, S. Courchesne, I. Buckland, D. Chaffee, T. Davio, Mr. Croudis, C. Scott, S. Myers, B. Wood, L. Lamere, M. Trow, D. Somers, K. Jordan. THIRD ROW: B. Kendall, S. Hunt, C. Palmer, K. Goodwin, I. Hayes, P. Forcier, M. Garon, R. Elwood, I. Currier, K. Rivard, N. Fitzgerald, D. Hill, C. Royea, D. Leavitt, L. Sargent. FOURTH ROW: E. Steven- son, D. Monfette, L. Pratt, A. Crawford, D. Snay, I. Beck, P. Doyen, C. Champagne, B. Allen, L. Johnston. C. Hicks J. Zanfagna. FIFTH ROW: M. Porter, I. Jordan, B. Cahill, M. Belway, C. Fortin, B. Hardy, W. Hauver, L. Monfette, D. Cheney, J. Jordan, E. Farman, S. Marsh, I. Coburn. SIXTH ROW: I. Hauver, F. Hamilton, C. Coburn, I. Kerr, S. Prue, E. Brown, S. Royea, B. Lanpher, M. Pattee, B. Mosher, C. Burkewitz, S. Davio, A. Peck. 54 an . Zjoys 91... GM FIRST ROW: L. Pepin, R. Barber, R. Lunderville, H. Royer, S. Edgerley, R. Judd, Mr. Croudis, R. Rhodes, R. Rhodes, F. Beck, G. Sanville, M. Parenteau. SECOND ROW: B. Garon, D. Lunderville, H. Wheeler, T. Allen, L. Judd, D. Harnblett, R. Glover, C. Wright, J. Scott, H. March, J. Howe, R. Hamblett, D. McKenny. THIRD ROW: R. Coburn, D. Dean, D. Myers, B. McNeal, R. Vinton, C. Liberty, C. Hardy, J. Johnson, W. Spares, W. Clothier, R. Atchinson, A. Currier, B. McNeal. Knopf. , ,E ,. THE PLAYBOYS . . . . 50yQf6xG?I' entertain at Freshman Reception. 55 life . . . green wg" ' -- ' - awe" amf... Bearn . . . "Bonnie" HEAD MAIORETTE CLARINET Winn Allen Kathy Jordan Janet Buckland Mary Trow auf Qofaf FLUTE Ruth Drown Jean Jordan Barb Mosher Elizabeth Stevenson , N Y Y "CEIfolrv Elizabeth Farman Billy Spates Christine Champagne Barry McNeal BASS CLARINET Pauline Forcier TRUMPET Bob Coburn Beverly Hardy Robert Rhodes Michael Marsh Berton McNeal Fred Beck Joan Jordan Joan Beck Lorena Watters TROMBONE Martha Kerr OZ" SAXOPHONE Sherry Myers Allen Currier BASS SAX Bill Leithead BARITONE HORN John Scott DRUMS Eloise Brown Betsy Cahill Terry Davis David Lunderville Robert Atchinson BASS DRUM Larry Pepin GLOCKENSPEIL Carolyn Scott Bonnie Wood CYMBALS Carol Hicks ,W -4 . "ePr- Q- in I 4451 f Lx" Nur- , x L nfanfce.. QFU Q 'Ts- 5 -.M X. s.. 2 F' ffe . . . gufure 0122 emafers Jqssoczdfzbn FIRST ROW: G. Hauver, S. Powers, I. Currier, R. Elwood, D. Chaffee, M. Fitzgerald, E. Carson, L. Monfette . SECOND ROW: D. Monfette, B. Eastman, W. Hauver, A. Peck, C. Royea, N. Fitzgerald, C. Palmer, Mrs, Beadle . THIRD ROW: G. Shover, G. Le Baron, M. Willis, N. Chenier, D. Jacobs, C. Bernier, M. Sweeney, S . Greenwood. Qjrepare fbi' 0122 OFFOZU OFFICERS President - DIANE CHAFFEE Vice-President - ROSEMARY ELWOOD Treasurer - JANICE CURRIER News Reporter - EVELYN CARSON Historian - SHIRLEY POWERS Recreation Leader - MARY FITZGERALD Secretary - GENE ANN HAUVER Parliamentarian - LINDA MONFETTE f ,aw- 4 ,G :fa . '1 2 V, ,i -ff' f. . 4 :Q c - 2 ' NOT SHOWN Atlwwm "How can I get my letter, staying in the showers all the time?,' COACH WOODS COACH BARAW W 4 M x F-ti CO-CAPTAINS SCOTT AND BECK Coach Woods, F. Beck, Co-Captain, R. Hebert. F. Hamilton, B. Leithead, R. Rhodes, J. Scott, Co Captain, S. Sheltra, P. Logan, G. Sanclville, R. Cadieux, L. Pepin, Coach Baraw. SECOND ROW: D. Lunderville, R. Whitney, D. Farrow, I. Noyes, I. Howe, G. Azur, D. Myers, C. Liberty, R. Bly, D. Hamblett, M. Daigle, R. Barber. THIRD ROW: T. Davis, R. Stearns, M. Hebert, R, Pattee, D. Derick, B. Hamblett, R, Atchinson, I Haselton, B. Garon, E. Rushlow. 'RX WJL 15, "L-Fafikh h 1- A -'Q - , --r -'-.- - V. " if' -is ' ,- I 51. ' - M- - W Rarr .5!?yMj,,,. ', A, If ,A . All if ray.. ai 9,-w. . E-15? ' 3,3 H - ,ii-,. ' :L '11, ' -F K ,-. ifin '-' Y " 25143 . . I J egg. W at ,, . x ' li we ' 4 J 1 Vt-!'N'5 . , New port Newport Newport New port Newport Newport J:-s. smmterxm' Hopalong Pepin" scores again! "Flying Frank" flips around the end! The hand .0610 5 anqine X Herbert grabs the pigskin for another touchdown! Who's got the ball? Run. Freddy. Run! Q.-wfff to EQQEW H1 -f f. R? PB A zz .a 'iuq-Mm 'f ws: 1 A' ,, .J it .. 1' Hymns. ,fs ala- , 8,5 EW HW sz :1-: an ' ' as Q1 an A. 1 A- ' xii. Q, lux 'B' f ,nr , , ' QQ sl 1 I , ' "wifi :Q , gy, Y' :2: if-L 1,1 5 3:3 if v 15,- H, 'w 1 X JH 7.3 l qc!! V' tim! x Come and get Uh! Boys?? The bal1's on the floor! I it! just try!! I Upsy-Daisy does it . . . ? hr 1 'in AIS S K tx Av' 1, ' 66 Y Mi A , V Q- Take it, Stan! He's too close for comfort. yn. ,!, gg... 2 Q, :riff X- 5 Aren't we graceful! Wow! l in may Oh, Ref - - - We werer1't ready! i' YA 'iw , W FW f X Come on you guys - - - X Ab 7 Just don't let me stand here! I " Hi Deltal Relax - we'11 be through in just a sec . . . 67 gn 3 gy!!! S Q PS" A, 6 Q Ola -wig' so '?Ti'4f'3""""A1f"'eES'f"''ieffuf--1-efQ:.s..,m ,,,, an EZ'T1'it:'- -- ,- .4 4--,.H4--. . , WS Mwfeffes FIRST ROW: C. Burkewitz, M, Garon, C. Scott, I. Carter, D, Chaffee, M. Riegel, M. Fitzgerald, B. Mosher. SECOND ROW: Manager J. Zanfagna, L. Prue, R. Elwood, L. Sargent, N. Riegel, Mr. Woods, I. Buck land, C. Palmer, P. Joseph, N. Kelley, D. Jacobs, Manager Carol Hicks. . X ' 4 You Wenuon 1 x N ina 06 - P536 no 16551 go vi .PSU "What goes up, must come down "Let's get some action up here. " We need this basket, 1et's go. that has ket loo " Golly, way. " a long WBYS 3. ks Is H1 there n't IIN eto do. anything for up 1 L., 'W ,L-v WW' I ss W , J! " Re ad y, aim , fire Gail Wm n and L , . 3. w Q.. . ' al n OUR ADVISOR Bonnie and Kathy Elouise and Carol Miss Battles VARSITY CAPTAIN Winsome Allen arszky QQFEGUQFS LETS GO qi! N.H S. B HAWKS BU if Y We're gonna beat that team YEAH MAN -5 ,f hx unfbr arszky e QFEGOQFS Q0 A new X62 C3115 X' 'oxxsines ' ai 'N , GO us 9096 X O36 Xa, FIRST ROW: C. Champagne, S. Powers, I. Jordan. SECOND ROW: S. Marsh, Captain M. Belway, J. Jordan. THIRD ROW: S. Prue, M. Pattee, jeam KNEELING fleft to rightjg Tom Allen, Doug McKenney, David Myers, Ross Barber. STANDING Cleft to rightj: Doug Leithead. Bob Smith, Conrad Smith, Jim Howe, Garth McKinney, Mr LeRoy, coach. Absent from picture: Jim Noyes and John Scott. The Newport High Ski Team competed in five ski meets this year. Their best single event was the cross-country, which they practiced almost every day after school. The slalom and jumping events are second best, only because there is inadequate area in which to practice. :I ..S "W ' x ,f xX 'fx 'Z 3 A f EU' w xx bw My riff' ,Wg JI M551 X - What do you mean, you overslept?', 1962 Orack Sig? Literary Department: SHERRY MYERS - Editor KATHY JORDAN - Assistant Editor DELTA SOMERS Sales Manager: Editor-in-Chief: BONNIE KENDALL Assistant Editor: WINSOME ALLEN Advisor: MISS ALICE COAPLAND Special Features RAE LYON - Editor BEVERLY HARDY Assistant Editor JOHN SCOTT Subscription Sales: BOB COBURN Manager - DELTA SOMERS Assistant Manager: Assistant Manager - RUTH DROWN JOHN SCOTT Typist: LINDA LAMERE Art and Photography: Valuable Contributions TERRY MOORE - Editor SANDY HASELTON Typist LEO IUDD - Assistant Editor LOREN LADD Photographer N If Q ...nd 1 I -- 2 , 1 " -nf' fa R M ' Q' ,:. ', XX,1'.5 ,-- -- E Y 4 I X, vw , I Z X Af 1 mg. lgv' utr Q r A A' S-P L? l X -, "' ' Y --- ,. X ,lm ef! ' ! R r X 0 QX " 4 - fi S , 7' 5 X X-, . ,- Q . - - A N' X 'S' ' , iff? 1 78 RUSH! RUSH! RUSH! CAN THERE POSSLBLY BE AN END TO ALL THIS? WORK AND MORE WORK -sn---.,.,,,, - E. 65 vi ,iTf.xffw,ji ll , . air 5, W A - FAREWELL N. H. S. The doors of our high school years have closed upon us. The future lies just around the corner. Our years here have been happy onesg our friend- ships, unforgettable. Because the years will separate us and time will cloud our memories, we, the Senior Class of 1962, sign this, "our year," to remain as an ever constant symbol of our strong sense of unity. May it continue throughout our entire lives. ffl- fffimyii ME 0:7157 ., C. gwb ,.:d.L. 80 RWTH . had A Come on in, we have some real bargains!" AUTOMOBILE DEALERS OF NEWPORT W ROBERGE AUTO SALES Studebaker Sales and Service . H. LILLICRAP Pontiac Cadillac Inte rnational Trucks Willys Jeeps NATOLE MOTOR CO. KEN FRAWLEY Dodge Dart CHEVROLET Dodge Lancer Chevrolet Chevy II Chr sler Impgrial Corvair Chevrolet Trucks Dodge "Job Rated" Trucks DAVE ALLEN, INC. Rambler Jeep Sales - Parts - Service KERR BUICK, OLD'S, INC. Buick Olds GMC Trucks BARTON MOTOR, INC. Ford Cars Ford Trucks POUTRE'S FORD SALES Ford Falcon Mercury Comet Lincoln photography ,il , xigg M .r m. -E- -Q L , QF, lei- as Qf gggg Q E .,.. V EY. 41' Al -v-eq .3 W Q-,Q 2 f by john mahoney w-' 7 an Q an Best Wishes Class of 1962 PETE LOGAN'S I SERVICE STATION Mobilgas Newport Vermont Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 CITIZENS UTILITIES CCMPANY "Your Electric Service Cornpany" Whirlpool Frigidaire Appliances Newport Vermont Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 FRANK'S STEAK HOUSE NeWport's Finest Newport Vermont AMERICAN MAPLES PRODUCTS CORP. Packers of Vermont 100'Za Pure Maple Syrup Pure Maple Sugar Canadian 10070 Pure Maple Sugar Newport Vermont C OMPLIMEN TS OF FRED P. DAVIS Petroleum Products .v X e . WPS ga is fziiis ' tx 0- Ax 4 . ,Q fp 'UVM Q Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 PRCUTY AND MILLER, INC. Bay Street XXQIN G MA T5 Q6 ,S-.-. - 'Vg 'TUQTIFTM I il1iQII'!1!M1QXIEf" Newport Vermont 1 I X CONVERSE FUNERAL SERVICE Ambulance Se rvice Regardless of your means, we stand ready to serve you at the time of bereavement. Combining experience and efficiency with sympa- thetic attention, we dedicate ourselves to make every funeral service one of reverence and beauty, complete in every detail. 23 church street, orleans, vt. 87 main street, newport, vt. barton, vermont 1 n ' tel. 754-6370 tel. 334-6300 tel. 525-3770 ? ALEX LEYS Newport, Vermont Telephone 334-83 66 Mobilheat Mobil Ke rosene Q L5 , A gddf Qc 99 A A . g' ?aodf C OMPLIME NTS OF ' THE RCYAL RESTAURANT X Q 1 Q Specializing in Charcoal Broiled Steaks, Sea Foods, and Many Other Fine Dishes . We Welcome You to Inspect Our New Kitchen! Compliments of DR. S. W. F. HAMILTCN Newport Vermont Compliments of NlP'S DRIVE-IN IF IT'S GOO? FOOD VCU HA T -- W-'lf , NIP'S and NlP'S BOWLADROME Make Your Home Complete P. H. EDWARDS fFQua1ity Furniture Tel. 334-8250 938 East Main Street Newport, Vermont J. . if ,W 0 F . .., ' Best Wishes to the Class of '62 " V FLooD's SHOE STORE W "Everything in Shoes but Feet" Newport, Vermont K 1 1 PM yr Compliments of W. S. MITCHELL "Everything in Farm Machiner My msg Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Class of '62 RUDY N. CRAFT General Contractor Newport Vermont Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1962. HOWARD A. REED MEMORIALS Union Street Newport, Vt. CHARLES E. mum BECK, AGENT Life - Pension - Plans - Annuities il' " Telephone 334-27 eo TO GREATER VALUES 19 Middle Street Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Q Oy IC E ifeijf Class of 1962 O Q: :jf-'J J 'jd , 6 - .S socKoL AUTO PARTS THSFIZTHT Automotive .Tobber Newport Vermont Compliments of ELMWOOD DAIRY M , -f , T Wazffzdtdaaa 4 A 4 3. l - R M . T - - .eff-E DAIRY PRODUCTS fl, . .v...1. Q xg Q X '33 a. . 'V- Newport, Vermont Compliments of Best Wishes From BOB DAIGLE'S ESSO STATION ESSO DISTRIBUTOR Newport Vermont Newport - Vermont Best Wishes From Compliments of s B-- STANLEY COBU RN Choice Dairy Cattle Newport and Montpelier Vermont Troy Vermont BATES 8: MURRY, INC. Best Wishes From B. F. MOORE 8. CO. Makers of Slalom Ski Wear K ... .. Glwtili AND ASSOCIATES, INC. Newport 334-6504 Vermont Compliments of CURTIS FUNERAL HOME Serving Orleans County for Over Half a. Century 334-2720 I I 1 FREDERICKS MEN's AND BOYS' WEAR Newport's Most Complete Men's Store Main Street Newport Vermont SEARLES, INC. Jewelers Since 1914 Newport Vermont Certified Gemologists Registered Jewelers American Gem Society Compliments of RUSHFORD FUNERAL HOME: C ompliments of THE SALT BOX ELMER HUMPHREY, owner 645 East Main St. Route 5 Newport Vermont Derby Vermont Best Wishes Compliments to the Graduates to of 1962 W. T. GRANT COMPANY Newport Vermont Class of 1962 EAST SIDE PHARMACY C. E. LEWIS, Druggist Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Graduates of 1962 J. J. NEWBERRY CO. Newport Vermont Compliments of RALPH F. HAMBLE'I'I', INC. Newport Vermont Compliments of SEGUIN MUSIC CO. "Home of Lowrey Organs" Newport Vermont C ompliments of EASTMAN PHARMACY PRESCRIPTIONS 33 Main St. Newport, Vt. Best Wishes RADIO STATION to the Class of 1962 "Yours for the Future" DR. EVERETT L. DAVIS Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments p mf 6 RICHARDSON C 1 2 lass 0 9 STUDIO OF MODERN PHOTOGRAPHY EASTSIDE RESTAURANT 251 Indian Point Street Newport Vermont Newport, Vermont Compliments of M. H. CARTER 3 and 5 Third Street Paint, Wallpaper, and Floor Covering Compliment s of SISCO'S DRY CLEANING C entral Street Newport, Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments Compliments to of Class of 1962 WESTERN AUTO PHELP'S . PHARMACY Cv. GOSSELIN, Proprietor 60 Main Street Tel. 334-2334 Main Sweet Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 SEGUlN'S OIL SERVICE Compliments of CLINTON FAIRBROTHER Gulf Oil Products Newport, Vermont Best Wishes to the Graduates Compliments of of 1962 FARRANT'S MONTGOMERY WARD GREENHOUSES Phone 334-2600 Newport Vermont Newport, Vermont C ompliments of C. A. BRIGGS, INC. Wholesale Confectionery Newport Vermont Compliments of BRANON 8 GAGE INSURANCE Newport Ve rm ont C ompliments of JERRY'S AMOCO STATION 72 Main Street Newport Vermont Compliments of H. P. HOOD 8. SONS Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Class of 1962 Compliments of VERMONT LOAN CORP. HILTON METERED GAS Tel' 334-8450 38 Main Street Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Best Wishes to the Graduates Compliments of of 1962 PAUL'S CLEANERS Co' PAUL PRECOURT, Proprietor INC. East Main Street Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of Compliments of RICHARD C. DROWN MILES 81 MILLER ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ATTORNEYS Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of Compliments of M. L. BATON P. R. REXFORD ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of Clas s of 19 62 F. W. WOOLWORTH COMPANY Newport Vermont Best of Luck to the Graduating Class of 1962 NOBLE CRAFT GE NE RAL c oNs TRUC T1oN Compliments of SPATES THE FLORIST Flowers for All Occasions Newport Vermont Compliments of COLIN C. DROWN DAIRY CATTLE Newport Vermont Best Wishes Compliments of to the Class of 1962 C. S. EMERY 81 CO. C a O Customs House Broker OIL COMPANY Newport Vermont Newport Vermont C ompliments of THE WOOD WAY TRUCKING SERVICE HAROLD woon, SR., Prop. Compliments of DR. PAUL E. HOWE Optometrist Newport Vermont Compliments of DR. PERRY M. FITCH Dentist Newport Vermont C ompliments of STOTT GAS COMPANY Pyrofax Gas Philco Appliances Congratulations From NEWPORT DIVISION CHITTENDEN TRUST CO. Newport, Vermont C ompliments of LEWIS DAIRY Newport , Vermont Tel. 334-2240 Compliments of Compliments of DERBY GARAGE ED NEEDLEMAN'S Derby Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of Compliments of LABOUNTY'S JEWELRY STORE GERRY CHOUINARD Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of CARR'S BEAUTY SALON Newport Vermont Compliments of IOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP Newport Vermont Compliments of NEWPORT PAINT AND HARDWARE Main Street C ompliments of NEWPORT STORAGE Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of Compliments of CHECK-R-BOARD cAM1RAND's AUTO BODY sHoP FEED STORE We Take the Dents Out of Accidents Newport Vermont Newport Vermont Compliments of DR. EARL V. JAMES Newport Vermont Compliments of NEALY'S TOT SHOP Newport Vermont Compliments of GLADSTONES SHOES, INC. Newport Vermont Compliments of FEDELE'S GROCERY Newport Vermont Compliments of JOHN B. 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