North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)

 - Class of 1956

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!ll!l!i!H ' ■ NORTH ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL DfDICflTIOH JOHN J. CUSHING John J. Cushing, head custodian of our high school, has endeared himself to every member of the Class of 1956 by the warmth of his nature and his sympathetic understanding. We have received his unstinting help and cheerful co¬ operation in all our projects. We trust that the dedication of our yearbook to him will serve, in a measure, as a token of our appreciation for his many kindnesses to us. THOMAS F. POWERS In the one short year that he has been on our faculty Thomas F. Powers, assistant basketball coach and teacher of history, science, and Eng¬ lish, has established a warm and lasting place for himself in the hearts and minds of all his students. For his unfailing interest in and support of all our extra-curricular activities and his patient understanding and help in class we, the Class of 1956, dedicate our yearbook to him. GLVflH G. HflyfS ■ HfflDIIlflSTfR Alvah G. Hayes — Headmaster, B.S., M.Ed., Mathematics Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston University Gla A, 1956: You have now received your high school diplomas and it is assumed that you are now mature individuals. But have you ever paused to reflect upon the meaning of maturity? You should, since maturity is one of the most important characteristics which man may possess. It has many definitions, but a very concise one which I will pass on to you is this. Maturity is a set of attitudes which enable one to make decisions for the good of the group instead of the individual. Unfortunately, history is a recurring story of too many immature people- in responsible places. Doctors will tell you that most mental illnesses are due to emotional stresses which are an outgrowth of immaturity. There are many indications of immaturity. A few of these are listed below. (1) Constant complaining about trivial matters. (2) An unpredictable disposition. (3) An eternal suspicion of people and their motives. (4) Constantly living in a future " dream world” instead of facing present day reality. (5) Failure to have a wide range of interests. (6) Inability to adjust to adversity. We all must learn to cooperate with the inevitable. I would suggest that you all examine yourselves with respect to the above points, and if some of them seem to apply to you, make an honest and serious effort to correct the situation. Only when you have acquired or developed the correct set of attitudes can you really be classified as a mature individual. Alvah G. Hayes MARY BUCKLEY B.S. IRENE COOK A.B., M.Ed. mum Domestic Arts, General Sci¬ ence, Regis College OLIVE BUTLER B.A., M.Ed. Art, Massachusetts School of Art, Suffolk University CLARA A. CHAPMAN B.A. Chemistry, Physics, Mathema¬ tics, Bates College VEVA M. CHAPMAN B.A. English, Civics, Bates College French, Library Supervisor, Mount Holyoke, University of Vermont HOWARD CROZIER B.S., M.Ed. Physical Education, Football and Track Coach, Springfield College MARGARET DONLAN B.A., M.Ed. Latin, Mathematics, Boston University JOHN V. DONOVAN A.B., M.A. Assistant Principal, Head of English Department, English, German, Mathematics, Boston College fHCULT y HARRIET DUNHAM B.S. Physical Education, Girls’ Coach, Bouve Boston School MARGARET FRAGALA B.S., M.Ed. Cafeteria Director, Regis Col¬ lege, Calvin Coolidge M. MADELINE GILLEN B.A., M.A. Guidance Counselor, English, University of Maine, Boston U niversity WILLIAM LAROCHELLE B.S. Baseball and Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach, Problems of Demo¬ cracy, History, English, Bates College, Boston University GEORGE F. LEE A.B. Biology, Consumer Education, St. Anselm ' s College JOSEPH LYNCH B.S. Mathematics, General Science, Assistant Football Coach, Holy Cross james McDonald B.L.I. Speech and Dramatics, His¬ tory, English, Emerson Col¬ lege RUTH ANN MOORADKANIAN A.B. English, Publications, Brad¬ ford junior College, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston University mum CLARENCE F. MOSHER, JR. B.Mus., M.A. in Ed . Music, New England Conserv¬ atory of Music, Columbia University ALICE M. NEAL B.S.S., M.Ed. Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Bookkeeper for North An¬ dover School Lunch Program, Boston University THOMAS POWERS A.B. General Science, English, Civics, History, Assistant Basketball Coach, Suffolk Uni¬ versity, Tufts KATHERINE C. SHERIDAN B.S., M.Ed. History, Boston University HARWOOD STEELE B.S. in Commercial Ed. Business Training, Typewrit¬ ing, Consumer Education, As¬ sistant Basketball Coach, Uni¬ versity of Maine JAMES W. THOMSON B.S. in Ed., M.Ed., Ph.D., Ed.D. English, Art, Crafts, Massa¬ chusetts State College, Massa¬ chusetts Institute of Tech¬ nology, Fitchburg State Teachers’ College, Suffolk University, Calvin Coolidge CLAIRE TORPEY B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. Stenography, Office Practice, Business Training, Salem Teachers’ College, Boston U niversity CHARLES I. VINCENT Manual Training, Wentworth Institute 7T1 V jcJ ROBERT B. ABBOTT " Bob” Art Club 1; Bowling Team 4 (Captain). Loves chemistry . . . never has much to say . . . gentleman . . . great bowler . . . best of luck in whatever you undertake, Bob. LEO J. AXTIN " Lou” Dramatic Club 1; High-Lite r Staff 1; Gobbler Staff 4. Class wit . . . full of fun . . . good for a thousand laughs . . . dig those crazy ties . . . non- appreciative of the opposite sex . . . nice to know. JANET E. BAMFORD " Bummie” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Student Council 1, 4 (Secretary-Treas¬ urer); High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Cute blonde . . . neat dresser . . . looks quiet but, oh, can she make noise! . . . likes to dance . . . always with Flo Finn . . . nice kid to know . . . best of luck in the future. BURGESS BRIGHTMAN " Burgie” Model Builders’ Club 1. Loves that " Rock and Roll” . . . dances a cool " Tutti Frutti” . . . always ready with a smile . . . never a dull minute in Room 20 with Burgie . . . small, but can always be seen. VIRGINIA BRIGUGLIO " Ginny” Sewing Club 1; Fiigh-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Pleasant smile . . . cute haircut . . . always cheerful . . . famous for recipes in D.A. . . . wishing you the best of everything in the future, Ginny. FRANCES G. BRODERICK " Francie” Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2, 3; Girls’ Sports Club 1; Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) ; Cheer¬ leader 4; Honor Society 4; High- Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 (Editor) ; Gobbler Staff 4 (Editor); Prom Committee 3, 4; D.A.R. Award; Massachusetts Music Festival 4; Class Color and Motto Commit¬ tee. Ace on the basketball team . . . credit to her class . . . loves olives . . . N.A.A.P. PATRICIA BUCHAN " Pat” Girls’ Sports Club; Student Council 2; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. Nice dresser . . . cute haircut . . . knows her way around Boston (?) . . . never a dull moment with Pat around l . . . one ter¬ rific gal. CHARLES A. BUCHANAN " Chuck” Auto mechanic . . . happy-go- lucky . . . " Black Leather Jacket and Motor Cycle Boots” . . . owns a real " Hot Rod” . . . liked by all .. . never walks any¬ where. JOSEPHINE CAIMI " Jo” Honor Society 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Wavy black hair ... a friendly greeting for everyone . . . what a wardrobe! . . . James Dean movies . . . prolonged phone con¬ versations . . . Milton’s loss was North Andover’s gain. RAYMOND CHADWICK " Chuckles” Model Builders’ Club 1; Stu¬ dent Council 3; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Basketball Manager 1, 4. Nice personality . . . good sense of humor . . . loves to tease . . . friendly to everyone . . . one swell kid. BARRY CRANE Track 3, 4; Honor Society 4. Real cute senior who came from C.C.H.S. . . . loves a good joke . . . Rinkydink . . . likes dances, blonde hair, and salami sand¬ wiches . . . loads of fun . . . " Anyone seen ' Heinzie’?” DENNIS L. CURRIER " The Menace” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; School Play 2, 3; Art Club 1 (Vice-President) ; Student Council 3, 4 (President) ; Class Vice-President 3; Class President 4; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Class Color and Motto Com¬ mittee Chairman; Senior Class Marshal. Friendly to everyone . . . star on the football team . . . likes to draw . . . goodlooking . . . done the most for N.A.H.S. , THALIA A. CURRIER " Sonnie” Band 1; Girls ' Sports Club 1; Basketball 3, 4 (Co-Captain); High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Softball Manager 3, 4. Lovely, long hair . . . nice smile . . . lores basketball . . . friendly to all .. . loves chemistry (?) . . . allergic to homework . . . " Hey kids, let’s eat!” . . . N.A.A.P. ANITA L. DARVEAU Sewing Club 1; Student Council 2; Gobbler Staff 4. Flare for red . . . true to Phil . . . bakes delicious cakes . . . smile for all .. . quiet in class¬ rooms (?)■ LOUIS DETORA " Lou” Football 3; Baseball 2; Basket¬ ball 2; Student Council 3; In¬ tramurals 3, 4; Picnic Commit¬ tee. Mischievous . . . has many friends . . . carefree . . . allergic to homework . . . always ready for a laugh . . . Rinkydink. JAMES DUNN " Jim” Art Club 1. Well liked by everyone . . . friendly . . . the strong, silent type . . . good luck in the future, Jim. ROBERT ELA " Bob” Art Club 1; Football 3. A Lawrence enthusiast . . . ap¬ pears to be quiet (until you know him) . . . what would the library do without Bob? . . . best of luck in the Marines. DONALD B. ELLIOT " Egg-Head” Camera Club 1, 2. Loves to sleep in class . . . real Hot Rod . . . always late for classes . . . hunting enthusiast . . . ready and willing to help. BENJAMIN FARNUM " Ben” Photography and Chemistry Club 1; Honor Society 3, 4 (Coun¬ cilor). Quiet, but oh those jokes! . . . studious . . . friendly smile . . . ambitious . . . willing to lend a helping hand . . . likes school dances ... is a great asset to out¬ class. FLORENCE A. FINN " Buthie” Girls’ Sports Cl ub 1; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler 4. Adorable haircut . . . blushes easily . . . never complains . . . takes things in her stride . . . doesn’t like the " Happy Birth¬ day” song . . . friend to all .. . N.A.A.P. BERNICE FLORIN " Bernie” Sewing Club 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (President) ; Gobbler Staff 4; Valedictorian. Quiet, but oh that giggle . . . loves surprise parties fine piano player . . . Jill of all trades . . . naturally wavy hair ... a real swell senior. VIRGINIA FOSTER " Ginny” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Class Marshal 3; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Honor Society 4; New England Music Festival 4. Pleasant personality . . . love that smile . . . terrific " Rhythm and Blues” fan . . . loves to dance . . . light on the accelerator? MAURICE FOULDS " Moe” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Art Club 1 (President); Picnic Committee; Class Will. Loves football . . . his car seems to be N.A.H.S.’s taxi . . . one of the Rinkydinks . . . always good for a laugh . . . carefree as the breeze . . . forever on the go. SAMUEL A. GALVAGNA " Sam” Class President 1; Photography Club 1; Chemistry Club 1; Foot¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; In¬ tramurals ; School Play 3; Picnic Committee; Class History. Everyone ' s friend . . . likes substi¬ tute teachers . . . our favorite Good Government Day represen¬ tative ... a fellow Rinkydink ... as witty as they come. DAVID GREEN " Dave” Baseball 3, 4; Class Vice-Presi¬ dent 2 (C.C.H.S.) ; Picnic Com¬ mittee. Natural comedian . . . smooth dancer . . . real sharp dresser . . . N.A.H.S’s Gene Krupa . . . why always late for your classes, Dave? . . . plaid shirts. SHEILA M. HARDIMAN Girls ' Sports Club 1; Gobbler Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Basketball 4; Cheerleader 4; Class Banquet Committee. Mischievous . . . loves to argue . . . cute smile . . . forever talk¬ ing . . . likes homework? . . . a good friend to have . . . N.A.A.P. WILLIAM GREENLER " Jerry” Intramurals 3. Quiet . . . math whiz . . . gentle¬ man . . . collects stamps . . . likes carpentry and electricity . . . loves French? . . . everybody ' s friend. JOHN HALEY " Jack” Camera Club 1; Gobbler Staff 4. " Buried Treasure” . . . good sense of humor . . . easy-going . . . always ready to help . . . oh, that car! . . . good luck in the future, Jack. JOYCE HAYES " Moo” Sewing Club 1; High-Lites Staff 1; Gobbler Staff 4. Avid James Dean fan . . . has quite a record collection ... al¬ ways with Anita . . . sincere friend to all . . . hidden talent for playing the piano . . . real cute senior. ELIZABETH HEARTY " Betty” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Gobbler Staff 4; Basketball Manager 4. Good-natured . . . helpful to everyone . . . faithful N.A. rooter . . . friendly smile . . . loves shorthand? . . . terrific sense of humor . . . N.A.A.P. NORMAN HEINZE " Norm” Model Builders’ Club 1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain) ; Basket¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) ; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Presi¬ dent 3; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3, 4 (Vice- President) ; Honor Society 4; Boosters’ Club Senior Scholar- Athlete Award. Marvelous personality . . . un¬ ending wardrobe . . . terrific athlete . . . quiet? . . . very co¬ operative . . . what a build! PATRICIA A. HOGAN " Pat” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Honor Society 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4 (Co-Manager); Cheerleader 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Terrific dancer . . . always arguing with Melie . . . five feet tall . . . just loves that filing class . . . great " little” cheer¬ leader . . . N.A.A.P. ROBERT HOLLINS " Bob” Model Builders’ Club 1; Foot¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; In¬ tramurals; Picnic Committee. Hot Rods . . . white wall tires ... a grinning gridster . . . works hard at the station . . . possesses a great appetite . . . friendly to all .. . well liked by his classmates . . . sandy hair and freckles . . . one of the Rinky- dinks. GEORGE F. HOPPING " Freddy” Quiet . . . polite . . . easy-going . . . likes cars of all kinds . . . bowling enthusiast . . . boats . . . always willing to help a friend . . . nice to know. CHARLES HUTCHINS " Chuck” Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Baseball 2; Track 3, 4 (Co-Cap- tain); School Play 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer 4; Harvard Club of Andover Award 3; Honor Society 4; Student Coun¬ cil 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Prom Committee 4; Class Color and Motto Committee; Class Banquet Committee; Class Orator. A handsome guy . . . well liked by everyone . . . tops in almost everything he undertakes . . . wonderful personality . . . foot¬ ball star . . . fellow Rinkydink. BENJAMIN KALINOWSKI " Ben” Art Club 1; Track 3, 4; Class Banquet Committee. Tall, dark, and handsome . . . man of few words . . . nice dresser . . . wow, what muscles! , . . track star. MELINE KASPARIAN " Melie” High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Softball Team 3, 4. Pretty black hair . . . forever talk¬ ing . . . loves to sing . . . sum¬ mers at Seabrook . . . likes chem¬ istry (?) . . . " Hey, kids, don’t forget your beanies.” . . . N.A. A.P. MARTIN KILCOURSE " Pat” Football 4; Basketball 2, 3; Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4. A wonderful friend to have . . . always has a smile and " Hi” for everyone . . . easy-going . . . co¬ operative . . . loves to laugh. WALTER J. LEONCYK Club Deutsch Verien (L.H.S.) 2, 3. Quiet . . . friendly . . . Law¬ rence’s loss was North Andover’s gain . . . likes to play tennis . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . whiz at chetnistry. JOHN LYON " Jack” Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1 , 2, 3, 4; Football 3; Photography Club 1, 2 (Vice-President) ; Stu¬ dent Council 2; Intramurals 3, 4. Good basketball player . . . pop¬ ular with the girls . . . good friend to all .. . enjoys physics. CAROL MARLAND Block Printing Club 1; High- Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Terrific personality ... a nice friend to have . . . good cook ... a whiz at the sewing machine . . . loves to dance ... a great " Four Freshmen " fan. LUKE C. MAY " Chuck” Football 2, 3 (Lexington High); Hockey 1, 2, 3 (Lexington High); Home Room Representa¬ tive (Lexington High); Football 4; Track 4; Intramurals 4; Picnic Committee. Popular guy . . . terror on the football field . . . crazy about physics? . . . Lexington lost a great guy when Chuck came to us. DAVID McCOY " Dave” Model Builders’ Club 1; Track 4; Picnic Committee. Friendly with everyone . . . not a worry in the world . . . always running that movie projector . . . never without his hat and pipe . . . famous for those low notes in chorus. joan McDuffie " Joanie” Dramatic Club 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Secretary) ; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Class Song; Class Essayist. Beautiful blonde hair . . . loves blue and fames Dean . . . avid reader . . . enjoys good jokes . . . terrific basketball player? . . . wild over pizza . . . enthusiastic Republican. MARGUERITE S. McGUIRE " Peggy” Gobbler Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Betty Crocker Award 4. Quiet young miss . . . beautiful light rust hair . . . always neat . . . loves popular music . . . likes to read . . . whiz at cooking . . . best of luck in the future, Peggy. jessie McIntosh Block Printing Club 1; High- Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Student Council 2. Full of mischief . . . artistic abil¬ ity .. . what a giggle! . . . pretty blue eyes . . . can really handle a sailboat . . . has done a great job on the " North Andover High-Notes”. KATHLEEN McLAUGHLIN " Kathy” Sewing Club 1; Gobbler Staff 4. Popular senior . . . quite a sales¬ girl . . . excellent fudge-maker . . . has fun in D.A. . . . very talented dancer . . . jazz fan . . . friendly to everyone. ANGELA MEDICI " Angie” New England Music Festival 3; Gobbler Staff 4; Honor Society 4; All-State Chorus 4. Good sense of humor . . . pleas¬ ing personality . . . has many friends . . . cute smile . . . loves a laugh . . . Merrimack bound. RICHARD H. MOODY " Dick” School Play 3, 4; Band 2. Deep blue eyes . . . automobile fixer . . . ship model builder . . . always ready to help . . . marve¬ lous actor . . . nice personality. GILDA NARDI " Jill” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Student Council 2; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Honor Society 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Class Color and Motto Committee; Class Song; Class Banquet Com¬ mittee; Class Will. A faithful rooter for our teams . . . has a lot of cute clothes . . . does things in an efficient way . . . possesses a personality that everyone likes . . . a terrific danc¬ er . . . N.A.A.P. ROBERT S. NEVINS " Bob” Basketball 1 (Central Catholic), 3 (St. Ambrose) ; Bowling 4; Intramurals 4. Love that blond hair . . . neat dresser . . . easy-going . . . wide smile . . . nice looking . . . fun to be with . . . North Andover’s gain. BEVERLY N. NICHOL " Bev” Honor Society 3, 4 (Councilor) ; High-Lites 3; Gobbler Staff 4; Senior Class Marshal. Cute miss . . . always willing to help a friend . . . ambitious . . . artistic . . . quiet . . . attentive in class . . . best of luck in every¬ thing you do. JAMES NORWOOD " Poopie” Art Club 1; Class Vice-President 1; Class President 2; Basketball 2; Band 1, 2; Picnic Committee. One swell guy . . . always ready for a laugh . . . friendly to every¬ one . . . great talker, especially in Problems 4-3 . . . believes in the saying, " Variety is the spice of life” ... You know what we mean, Jim? ELLIOT PALMER " Ell” Photography and Chemistry Club 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 (Concert Master 3, 4) ; Track 4 (Man¬ ager). A loyal friend . . . easy-going . . . music enthusiast . . . Miss Chap¬ man’s pride and joy . . . prefers blondes and chocolate frosting . . . liked by all. JANICE PARADIS " Jan” Girls’ Sports Club 1; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. A cute blonde . . . never-ending wardrobe . . . real Hot Rod in her Buick . . . blushes easily . . . full of fun . . . likes to dance at Central. WAYNE PAVLEDAKES Art Club 1; Basketball 4; Picnic Committee. Swell basketball player . . . nice personality . . . popular with both sexes . . . friendly smile ... an all-round guy. NANCY A. PENDLEBURY " Nan” Sewing Club 1; Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President) ; Gobbler Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 4; All- State Music Festival 3; New Eng¬ land Music Festiv al 4; Saluta- torian. A future librarian . . . loves to drive through Boxford . . . pretty blue eyes . . . spends her sum¬ mers at Sunset Hike . . . always willing to lend a hand. HOWARD RATCLIFFE " Howie” Latin Club 1; Student Council 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Terrific in the music field . . . plays a cool sax . . . sharp dresser . . . drives a yellow con¬ vertible . . . crew-cut . . . will make a great Marine. ARTHUR J. RICHARDSON " Buzzy” Sodality 1 (Central Catholic). Very good-natured . . . always friendly to everyone . . . quiet . . . a hdppy-go-lucky guy. WILLIAM C. RITCHIE " Bill” Band 1, 2; Art Club 1; Student Council 1, 2. Likes automobiles . . . " Popular Mechanics” fan . . . whiz at physics . . . well-mannered . . . full of fun . . . enjoys hunting and fishing. MARTHA E. ROBERTS " Marty” Class Secretary 1 (St. Patrick ' s) : School Play 3; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Honor Society 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Class Banquet Committee; Class Song. Pretty miss . . . Gilda’s other half . . . soft spot for Holy Cross . . . terrific cheerleader . . . talented pianist . . . liked by all . . . " Anyone got a Kleenex?” . . . The Den. NORMA R. ROBERTS " Bitsy” Girls’ Sports Club 1; High-Lites Staff 3; Gobbler Staff 4; Cheer¬ leader 4. Flashing blue eyes . . . always in on the latest news . . . spirited cheerleader . . . a Central fan . . . loves candy . . . can usually be found with Barb. EDWARD R. SNELL " Egg” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Track 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Student Council 1, 2, 4; Class Vice-President 2, 4; Prom Committee 4; Photo¬ graphy Club 1, 2 (President); Class Color and Motto Commit¬ tee; Picnic Committee; Class Prophecy. Terrific dancer . . . never takes things seriously . . . always has his classes in an uproar . . . terror on the football field . . . liked by all. EDITH H. STOTT " Edie” Block Printing Club 1 (Secre¬ tary); High-Lites Staff 4; Gob¬ bler Staff 4; Student Council 4; Honor Society 4. Never at a loss for words . . . has a lot of friends . . . always corning up with a new idea . . . never a dull moment with Edie around ... a hard worker . . . N.A.A.P. ALICE ANNE SHAPCOTT " Dum-Dum” Block Printing Club 1 (Treas¬ urer) ; High-Lites Staff 4; Gob¬ bler 4. A girl who enjoys life . . . can often be found in the typing room . . . a loyal N.A.A.P. mem¬ ber . . . vacations at Cobbett’s Pond . . . liked by everyone . . . happy-go-lucky. JOSEPH SULLIVAN Model Builders’ Club 1; Inter- School Rifle Team 3. The quiet type . . . has a great interest in guns . . . one of Mr. Thomson’s driver training experts . . . usually seen but never heard . . . loved Problems 4-1?? PHYLLIS W. THOMSON " Phyl” Commercial Club 1; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Pretty blue eyes . . . hard work¬ ing . . . always smiling . . . friendly . . . easy to get along with . . . good-natured . . . sincere friend. DAVID B. TROMBLY " Dave” School Play 4. Always willing to ask a question — especially in Problems . . . usually found riding in his red convertible . . . hard worker at the gas station . . . good-natured . . . best of luck, Dave. JOAN T. VERDA " Terry” Block Printing Club 1; High- Lites Staff 3, 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Smile for all .. . beautiful blonde hair . . . favorite saying — " Whoops” . . . enjoys painting, carving, knitting . . . we know you will succeed in your nursing career. NANCY WAINWRIGHT " Nancie” Block Printing Club 1; Honor Society 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4; Class Banquet Committee; Class Prophecy. Argyle knee socks . . . original hair-do . . . loves type? ... a never-ending wardrobe . . . mis¬ chievous . . . always found with Francie . . . teacher’s pet?? . . . N.A.A.P. CAROL E. WEIGEL Block Printing Club 1; Soft- ball 3; High-Lites Staff 4; Honor Society 4; New England Music Festival 4; Class History. Quiet? . . . tremendous sense of humor . . . valuable in Boston . . . likes softball . . . good commercial student . . . fun to have around . . . N.A.A.P. NANCY WEST " Nan” Girls’ Sports Club 1; Softball Team 3, 4; Honor Society 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Marvelous sense of humor . . . what a Hot Rod! . . . whiz at commercial subjects . . . well liked by everyone. WILLIAM WHITE " Whizzer” Alt Club 1; Prom Committee 4; Picnic Committee. Neat dresser . . . always good for a laugh . . . usually blamed for everything . . . one popular guy . . . remember Problems 4-3, Bill? BARBARA WOOD Girls’ Sports Club 1; High-Litcs Staff 4; Gobbler Staff 4. Friendly to all .. . loves to dance . . . nice dresser . . . never seems to run out of conversation . . . usually found in Room 20 .. . enjoys a good joke . . . knows a few too . . . fun to be with. UN-PICTURED THOMAS F. HAMILTON Model Builders’ Club 1 (Vice- President), 2 (President); Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain 4). Flaming red hair . . . the second Fed Williams . . . hard working ... a cheery " Hi! " for every¬ body . . . never a dull moment when Tom is around. ROBERT L. MacARTHUR " Bob” Hobby Club 1. One great guy to know . . . real goodlooking . . . great sense of humor . . . the mischievous type . . . likes homework?? . . . one of Mr. Cushings many helpers . . . sure to succeed . . . good luck, Bob. 3fn jHemoriam SALVATORE FINNOCHIARO Though Salvatore was with us only a short time, the memory of his cheerful and friendly per¬ sonality will linger in our minds, and the event of his untimely loss will ever remain poignant. NANCY ANN PENDLEBURY Salutatorian Simmons College Scholarship HALL Of ffilllf ★ ★ ★ BERNICE ANN FLORIN Valedictorian Reader’s Digest Valedictory Award joan louise McDuffie Class Essayist ■ CHARLES K. HUTCHINS Class Orator Helen S. Carvell Memorial Scholarship awarded by North Andover Woman ' s Club PRIZES FRANCES BRODERICK and NORMAN HEINZE John McIntosh Memorial Award H. ELLIOT PALMER Science Award DENNIS CURRIER S.A.R. Good Citizenship Award presented by Brig. Gen. Joseph Frye Chapter S.A.R. GEORGE HAIGH Harvard Club of Andover Award FRANCES BRODERICK Betsy Ross Chapter, D.A.R Good Citizenship Award JOSEPHINE BONANNO Gold Pin Award for Speed and Accuracy in Typewriting SCHOLARSHIPS MARTHA ROBERTS Gladys C. Sullivan Memorial Scholarship awarded by North Andover Parent-Teacher Associations ROBERT ABBOTT Trinitarian Church School Scholarship SAMUEL GALVAGNA Boston University Club of Greater Lawrence Scholarship LUKE MAY St. Michael’s Holy Name Society Scholarship VIRGINIA BRIGUGLIO V.F.W. Auxiliary and Post 2104 Commercial Scholarship RAYMOND CHADWICK Methodist Youth Fellowship Scholarship WILLIAM GREENLER Boxford American Legion Post No. 379 Boxford Scholarship BURGESS BRIGHTMAN Methodist Youth Fellowship Scholarship GRADUATION l % Jp Mmm L ■ k Is . . i N fl m 1«M JP y4 t ' fl V i J A ft || . mm lit V sMT j ji f M: il ; H{ ■ il ‘ 7ftcut Sevmtew A modern comedy in three acts by Robert St. Clair. (Produced by special arrangement with The Northwestern Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota.) THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, APRIL 6 AND 7, 1956 Directed by James W. McDonald COMMITTEES Stage William Nicora, Chairman Charles Trombly Allan Virr Lighting Irving Newman, Chairman John Walvius Barbara Weingart Make-up Bette Hart, Chairman Carolyn Fretwell Joyce Myhaver Properties Beverly Nichol, Chairman Nancy Whittaker Joan Doiron Usherettes Paula Coates Gene Sztucinski Ann Wild Priscilla Watts Gail Stott Alice Fowler Lucille Travers Tickets Miss Claire T. Torpey, Chairman Elected Home Room Representatives Candy Miss Katherine Sheridan, Chairman Mr. Joseph Lynch Mr. Thomas Powers Certain items of furniture loaned through the courtesy of T. J. Buckley Co., Lawrence CAST OF CHARACTERS (In order of their appearance) Laurence Thatcher — The father; somewhat of a bully, but with a proverbial " heart of gold " Richard Moody Grandma Thatcher — Laurence’s mother; an alert old lady of 70 in very good health except for her hearing . Mary Phelan Earl Thatcher — The oldest son, a lawyer of twenty-six, newly married . Leland Berg Frank Thatcher — The middle son; helps his father in the real estate business but his real ambition is to become a composer of operettas . Richard Lange Emily Thatcher — The mother; patient, good-natured and tolerant . Karin Roebuck Kimball Thatcher —An intelligent lad of seventeen, with an inventive turn of mind ....James Valliere Dorothy Thatcher — Earl’s wife. Pretty, but opinionated . Dorothy Stansel Timmy Snell — A boy of fifteen-and-a-half who has attached himself to Kimball because he admires the older boy’s " genius” . Benjamin Ventura Susie Wallace — A bright and curious girl of fifteen who likes to gossip and has a " mad crush” on Kimball . Carole Parker Madeline Ray — Earl’s former girl friend; an attractive, charming girl whom everybody in the Thatcher family adores . Alice Miller Sandra Craig — The only daughter and a capable actress . Carolyn Smith Lee Craig — Sandra’s husband of four months, also an actor . David B. Trombly GOBBLER STflff Editor C hairmen of Biographers Art Editors Photography Editor Business Managers Frances Broderick Gilda Nardi, Martha Roberts Dennis Currier, Raymond Chadwick Nancy West Marguerite McGuire, Virginia Foster, Edith Stott Faculty Advisor Ruth Ann Mooradkanian Art Committee Beverly Nichol Jessie McIntosh Nancy Wainwright Patricia Hogan Carol Weigel Janet Bamford Biographers Patricia Buchan Virginia Briguglio Angela Medici Sheila Hardiman Bernice Florin Reporters Special Features — Betty Hearty, Thalia Currier Girls’ Sports — Barbara Wood Jack Haley Carol Marland Norma Roberts Activities — Nancy Pendlebury Picture Committee Joyce Hayes Anita Darveau Florence Finn Joan Verda Josephine Caimi Meline Kasparian Janice Paradis Boys’ Sports — Leo Axtin Classes — Joan McDuffie Alice Shapcott Kathleen McLaughlin Phyllis Thomson The 1956 Gobbler Staff wishes to congratulate the 1955 yearbook editors, Dorothy Weingart and Elsie Thomas, and their entire staff on their book’s having received a top rating of " excellent” over several hundred other entries in the annual New England Scholastic Press Association contest, conducted by Boston University’s School of Journalism, on November 4th and 5th, 1955. Frances Broderick, Martha Roberts, and Joan McDuffie represented the Gobbler Staff at the Press Association conference. A highly successful dance was sponsored by the Gobbler staff on January 13, 1956. The proceeds from the dance helped defray the cost of our school yearbook. StniOR CLASS OffICfRS Left to right: Secretary-Treasurer Charles Hutchins, President Dennis Currier, Vice-President Edward Snell. (£CaA Sony (To the tune of " America”) Farewell, North Andover, We’ll hold for-e-ver Your mem-o-ry. Four years flew by it seems, They’ll soon be distant dreams, When we are sailing separate streams In future years. We give our teachers praise, They’ve helped in many ways To mold our lives. What e’er the future hold, As days and years unfold, We ll ne’er forget our friends of old Nor these hallowed halls. Words by Joan McDuffie, Martha Roberts, and Gilda Nardi CLASS On a bright September morning in 1952 a group of dewy-eyed, nervous freshmen congregated outside Stevens Hall and anxiously awaited the summons into the hall. Once we were settled on the wooden chairs of varied hues, Mr. Hayes began a talk which acquainted us with the many aspects of high school life. One of his last remarks to us that day was, The four years here in high school will pass quickly, and before you know it you will be graduating.” How right he was! One of our first official acts as freshmen at Johnson was to elect class officers. As president, Sam Galvagna was elected. Jim Norwood filled the office of vice-president, and Francie Broderick was our first secretary-treasurer. Held also, that fall, was an election for national and state officials. The results were practically the same as the nation-wide election, with the only difference being a tie between Dever and Herter for governor. A faculty member was also enjoying his freshman year at Johnson. He was Mr. Reed K. Taylor, an instructor in English, history, and speech. The first social event of the year, the Freshman-Senior Dance, was held on November 14. This dance served to make us feel more at ease in the presence of the awesome senior class. One of the first assemblies we watched in Stevens Hall was an exhibition by Mr. Benjamin Posner, a national speed typing champion. Among the other assemblies were a very entertaining hour of music by the Glee Club of New England College, and a Christmas program directed by Mr. Mosher, our music instructor. On January 20, 1953, history was made at Johnson High School. Three television sets were installed so the entire school could watch the inaugural ceremonies in Washington. The freshman class was assigned to the cafeteria where we jostled and pushed to get seats up front. The Brooks School scholarships were awarded to David Long and Philip Arsenault as a result of their academic excellence. As the year drew to a close, we looked forward to the fall when we would return as sopho¬ mores. Our first duty as sophomores was to elect class officers. Jim Norwood was elected to the presidency and Ted Snell to the vice-presidency. Francie Broderick was re-elected as secretary- treasurer. This being our second year at Johnson, we had a much stronger school spirit. We watched with pride as the new high school band marched down Main Street to Grogan’s Field. Mr. Mosher was highly congratulated for his hard and patient work in once more putting a " J.H.S.” band on the football field. Another sidelight of the same game was the new football mascot, Mr. Finneran’s basset hound Shane, who led the team onto the field sporting a smart red and black sweater with a large " J” on it. Two new teachers were added to the faculty this year. One was Miss Harriet Dunham, the girls’ physical education instructor and girls’ basketball coach. The other was Mr. Harwood Steele, a teacher in our commercial department, and the freshman basketball coach and junior varsity baseball coach. A special assembly was held in which the town of North Andover was honored by being presented with a Pedestrian Safety Award by the Registry of Motor Vehicles. We had a new opportunity to watch television this year. The event this time was the President’s annual message to Congress. Dennis Currier, with his fine performance, sparked the school play this year. The latter part of this, our second year at Johnson, was spent in packing books and other supplies which were to be shipped to the spanking new building across the highway. At the same time, a raging controversy was being waged. The school committee decided that the new school should be named North Andover High School, while most of the alumni of Johnson and the student body favored retaining the name " Johnson”. Although we were to enter a brand new building which could offer much more to us, many of the class felt a certain reluctance to leave the ivy-clad, protective walls of Johnson. The old building had served the town faithfully for many years and was now being finally abandoned. No longer would we eat our lunches outside or shuffle along dimly lit corridors from a deep freeze room to a hot, stuffy room. We would no longer have classes in tiny Room 11 or in spacious Stevens Hall. Yet all these things added to our reluctance in leaving. It was time to say goodbye forever to old Johnson High School. As we began the second half of our high school career, we had the wonderful experience of entering the brand new North Andover High School. We were sorry to leave old Johnson High, for even the name would now remain just a memory. As upper classmen, we elected for our junior class officers Normie Heinze as president, Dennis Currier as vice-president, and again Francie Broderick as secretary-treasurer. HISTOR y The formal dedication of North Andover High School was held on October 31, 1954. At this time, the school was open to visitors, and many enthusiastic townspeople became familiar with the new building. The school library was dedicated to the memory of Annie L. Sargent, whose portrait is now in the library. This year we welcomed two new teachers to our school. Mr. William Larochelle came to us from Woodbury High School to teach English, history, and problems of democracy. He also coaches our baseball and basketball teams and is assistant football coach. Mr. Howard Crozier came from Farmington, Maine, to teach physical education and to coach football and track. As juniors, we received our class rings in January, a month earlier than was customary. The annual school play was a big event as always, and we had many juniors take part. The cast of " The Goose Hangs High, " directed by Mr. Reed Taylor, included as juniors Martha Roberts, Dick Moody, Chuck Hutchins, Sam Galvagna and Dennis Currier. Because we were now members of N.A.H.S., it was decided to rename the Johnson Journal. The quarterly publication is now known as the North Andover High-Lites. During our junior year, we had many fine assembly programs. A representative from General Motors explained the principles of " Hi-Fi” recording, synthetic materials in chemistry, and super¬ sonic speed. Mr. Taylor’s speech class dramatized a one act play which was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone. A man from General Electric gave an excellent performance with his " House of Magic”. He explained many fascinating principles in the field of electricity. During the Christmas season, the members of the chorus gave a wonderful performance when they presented a Christmas pageant. We also had a talent show put on by some of our classmates. The acts were varied and many, and we all enjoyed the show. We were very fortunate to have a representative from the Museum of Science who talked about animals of New England. He brought with him some live animals which made this assembly very enjoyable. As juniors, we had the privilege of attending the annual prom. We danced in our own gymnasium, and then proceeded to the Andover Country Club for an after-prom banquet. There we enjoyed a wonderful meal and had Jan Strickland, a popular singer, appear in person. This was an exciting evening for all who attended. This year we welcomed many Boxford students to North Andover High School as fellow students. We returned in the fall of 1955 as seniors at N.A.H.S. This was to be our most important year of high school, and the one we would remember the most. This year we elected Dennis Currier as our president, Ted Snell as vice-president, and Chuck Hutchins as secretary-treasurer. This year we were thrilled with our football victory over Methuen High with a score of 12-0. During our senior year, the basketball team really gained fame by traveling all the way to Boston Garden to participate in the semi-finals of the Tech Tournament. In our last year, three new teachers came to N.A.H.S. Joseph Lynch teaches algebra, plane geometry, and general science. James McDonald teaches speech, English, and world history. Thomas Powers teaches history, civics, and English, and is the junior varsity basketball coach. The annual school play, " A Man of Seventeen”, w ' as very successful. Dick Moody and Dave Trombly were the seniors who took part. As exchange students, Beverly Nichol, Joan McDuffie, Nancy Pendlebury, Sam Galvagna, and Dennis Currier journeyed to Lynn English High School. The seniors elected as their Good Government Day representative Sam Galvagna, who was to represent our school in Boston. Francie Broderick was selected for the D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award. We enjoyed many assemblies during our senior year, the first one being a Negro spiritual singer and story teller. At another assembly, a woman told of her European travels in a very amusing manner. A captain from the Merchant Marine related many unusual experiences about his five trips around the world. A Christmas program was given by the students in which several selections were presented. An Australian girl told us of her experiences on a bicycle trip around Australia, and a science demonstration entitled " On the Beam” was enjoyed by all. For the first time in the history of our school, there was to be a dual yearbook dedication, the two people being Mr. Powers and Mr. Cushing. As our class motto we choose " The higher we rise, the broader the view,” and for the class colors we chose black and gold. For the class honors, Bernice Florin was named valedictorian; Nancy Pendlebury, salutatorian; and Joan McDuffie, class essayist. The seniors elected Chuck Hutchins to be our class orator, and Dennis Currier and Beverly Nichol to be our class marshals at graduation. With graduation coming ever closer, we must not forget the many thanks we owe our teachers who have guided us along the way and who have prepared us for life ahead. The many memories of our high school days will always remain in our hearts as fond memories of N.A.H.S. Carol and Sam IA 0 S 1 poPuv-HA tA 5S DONU worn T CW£W CVRSS 51kTW»«|Wf BRSTRO ' V STUBBWW BEST actor GlLDA CUTETt BRST NBlURfD GVRV. BEST WE«rar 6WV. am emu dancer. fcWLVHW BEST PERSONALITY rtOST fopuV.HR 6IRW A BERNICE. GIAU PUtfT um ) 4. 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DOT PARADIS inherits JESSIE McINTOSH’s mischievous ways. Have fun, DOT! DON ELLIOT leaves his love for the Navy to NEIL McALOON. Watch out for the draft, NEIL! To JOAN WILSON go JOAN VERDA’ S easy-going mannerisms. JOE SULLIVAN leaves his great hunting expeditions on Wire Hill to EDDIE HUNT. PAT BUCHAN leaves her boy-catching smile to GLORIA BERUBE. Look out, boys! BILL BLACKSTOCK inherits LEO AXTIN’S natural ability for being class wit. Your class will really have loads of laughs next year, BILL. To MAUREEN O’KEEFE goes NANCY WEST’S long ride to school. Think you’ll make it, Maureen? BOB ELA and HOWIE RATCLIFFE bestow upon RUSS AARONIAN their rank in the Marines. JOAN McDUFFIE hands down her lady-like ways to KATHLEEN VERDA. CHUCK BUCHANAN leaves all his " hot-rods” to BILL HARTWELL. Now you can start a used car lot, BILL. GEORGE HOPPING leaves his short rides to school each day to HERBIE WHITTEMORE. Don’t forget to fill your gas tank, HERBIE. ELLIOT PALMER leaves his high position in the band to BRUCE RUSSELL. Do a good job, BRUCE! WAYNE PAVLEDAKES leaves his many afternoons spent playing basketball at the Bradstreet School to JOHN CARON. To ED SHEEHAN goes BEN KALINOWSKI’S natural ability at track. Keep up the good work, ED. JIM DUNN leaves his ability to make friends to CHARLIE CARROLL. Plus your own, you’ll be the most popular kid at N.A. To FRANK McCARTHY go BOB MacARTHUR ' S many nights spent at Val’s. Too bad they’re closed on Sunday, FRANK. To MARY COTTER and JANICE DUNN goes JOYCE HAYES’ quietness — especially in classes ! Bestowed upon JACK GALLANT are LOUIE DETORA’S numerous trips to the office. ANITA DARVEAU sadly relinquishes her love (?) for shorthand to DONNA MULCHAHEY and KATHY GREENLER. Have fun in Shorthand 2, girls. JANET BAMFORD bestows her pretty blonde hair on CAROLYN SMITH and AUDREY CURRIER. To LEE BERG goes DICK MOODY ' S ability on the stage. Added to your own, you’re sure to be another ROCK HUDSON. JOYCE DONOVAN and LAURA CURTIS inherit PAT HOGAN’S love for playing tricks on other people. You ' ll really have a great time next year, kids. BEVERLY NICHOL leaves her job as MR. MCDONALD’S helper to NANCY WHITTAKER. Good luck, NANCY! DAVE GREEN leaves his sharp clothes to LENNY ANNALORO. You’re sure to have enough now, LEN. To CLARE TOWLER goes ALICE SHAPCOTT’S never-ending flow of conversation. Think you can handle it, CLARE? SAM GALVAGNA leaves his ability at " setting lockers” to BILL BURRIS. Don’t let it back¬ fire, BILL. ANGELA MEDICI bequeaths her beautiful singing voice to MARY ANN KURGAN. Bestowed upon GEORGE HAIGH are DENNIS CURRIER’S athletic ability plus his easy-going ways. JOSEPHINE CAIMI hands down her diversified wardrobe to JOANNE HAVNER and PAULINE NADEAU. With JO’S and yours combined, kids, you’ll have enough clothes for the next ten years. To BOB CHESEL goes ARTHUR RICHARDSON S warm sense of humor. Plus your own, BOB, you’re sure to make a hit. JANICE PARADIS relinquishes her " hot-rod” and the many rides that go with it to RUTH ANN SMITH and DOT STANSEL. Bestowed upon BOB BUCHANAN are all the honors CHUCK MAY almost got. Better start studying, BOB. WILL GILDA NARDI leaves her sparkling personality and cheering ability to EILEEN DeBURRO. BOB HOLLINS leaves all his knowledge of and experience with cars to BILL TAYLOR. To FLORENCE LEGARE goes NANCY WAINWRIGHT ' S adorable hair-do. You’ll make a double hit now, FLO! BOB NEVINS bequeaths his little black book entitled " How to Get the Women” to DAVE WARWICK. BERNICE FLORIN sadly relinquishes her station in the Honor Society to LOUISE MOORAD- KANIAN. Make good use of it, LOUISE. BOB ABBOTT bequeaths his bowling ability to JIM ORD. Good luck next year, JIM! NORMA ROBERTS bequeaths her partiality toward Lawrence boys to JO BONANNO and SHIRLEY DETORA. To SHIRLEY JANUSZ and DOROTHY HODGDON go THALIA CURRIER ' S beautiful long tresses. NORM HEINZE bequeaths his ability on the diamond to WARREN STANWOOD. Put it to good use, WARREN. VIRGINIA BRIGUGLIO and EDIE STOTT relinquish their brains for commercial subjects to CAROL ACKROYD and JOAN McCLELLAN. To BOB HARRIS goes CHUCK HUTCHINS’ leadership on the gridiron. Good luck in ’56, BOB! FRANCIE BRODERICK bequeaths her zest for life to JOYCE MYHAVER and MARILYN NUSSBAUM. What fun you’ll have, gals! Bestowed upon RODERICK ROGERS is TOM HAMILTON’S favorite subject — recess. Too bad it only lasts a period, huh, RODERICK? BEN FARNUM leaves his title as class gentleman to BOB TORLA. Be sure to live up to it, BOB. To DOLORES BELLUARDO goes BETTY HEARTY’S swift, typewriter keyboard technique. Watch out, senior typists! BARRY CRANE bestows his witty contributions in the Problems class to BILL CURREN and DICK GRAHAM. CAROL WEIGEL leaves her good-nature to RHODA BRODERICK and CAROLYN FRETWELL. JOHN MARKEY inherits RAY CHADWICK ' S willingness to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. To CAROLYN SCHOTT and ALICE MILLER, BARBARA WOOD leaves her love for dancing at C.C.H.S. WALTER LEONCYK hands down his taxi service to school each morning to JOE MEDICI. MARGUERITE McGUIRE bestows upon BRENDA SPOFFORD her flame-colored hair and creamy complexion. DOUG STEVENSON inherits BURGIE BRIGHTMAN’S quiet, friendly ways. JUDY TETLER and SUE LODGE inherit CAROL MARLAND’S marvelous dancing. You’ll surely never be wall-flowers, girls! To DOUG MORSE goes JACK LYON’S great pitching arm. Put it to good use next year. DOUG. FLORENCE FINN leaves her attractive appearance — at all times — to JEAN CAHOON and ADELE BULLOCK. DAVE TROMBLY leaves all his gas station experiences to VERNON BOURQUIN. Watch out, VERN; you never know what might happen. NANCY PENDLEBURY bestows her gift of always being ready to lend a friend a helping hand to DONNA HAMILTON, CAROL KOPEC, and MARY HALLSWORTH. PAT KILCOURSE leaves his friendly, easy-going ways to BILL NICORA. Upon CAROL UHLE is bestowed GINN FOSTER’S all-round cuteness. TED SNELL leaves his numerous nights spent at the Fire Barn to JIM McGUIRE. Keep it up, JIM, and some day you’ll be a fireman. BETTE HART is bequeathed MELIE KASPARIAN’S tremendous school spirit. The team is sure to win now, kids! JACK HALEY bequeaths his many nights spent studying to ALLAN VIRR. Don’t burn that midnight oil too long, ALLAN. KATHY McLAUGHLIN leaves her shyness — until you get to know her — to KATHY SZTUCINSKI. BILL GREENLER leaves his ability to get those " A’s” to DICK SCHUBERT. Keep up the good work, DICK. To JUDY THORNTON and CYNTHIA ROBERTS goes all the fun PHYLLIS THOMSON had in Driver Training. Are you going to take it next year, girls? To MIKE CAHILL goes MOE FOULDS terrific asset of being liked by everyone. You surely will never be at a loss for friends. MIKE! And now we leave, hoping that the juniors receive as much enjoyment from the reading of our will as we had in writing it. Respectfully submitted, Gilda and Moe On November 10, 1968, we were very pleased to read in the Kasparian Journal, edited by Meline Kasparian and Nancy West, that our former classmate Josephine Caimi had been elected the first woman president of the United States. We were even more pleased when in January, 1969, we received personal invitations to spend the inaugural week in Washington as special guests of the president-elect. Packing our bags, we hailed a taxi to get to the airport and found our driver to be Chuck Buchanan. Chuck told us that he and Bob Abbott owned a fleet of ten taxis, and that Buthie Finn did all the office work. On entering the airport, we collided with a very dis¬ tinguished gentleman. While he was picking up our bags, we recognized him to be Chuck Hutchins. Chuckie told us that he and his partner, Sam Galvagna, had just launched their first supersonic radar rocket ship designed by Ray Chadwick. At the information booth we recognized the smiling face of Alice Shapcott. Alice told us that we were very lucky to have Dave Trombly as our pilot, Tommy Hamilton as our co-pilot, After a hectic ride we arrived safe and sound at New York. Having an eight hour wait before our next plane, we decided to see some of the big city. We were very surprised to see Mayor Greenler and Councilmen Axtin and Hopping at the airport. Bill explained that the greatest star of the 20th century, Joan McDuffie, was to arrive at any moment. Walking down Fifth Avenue, we saw a sign that said " Crane and Heinze — Modeling Agency.” After meeting Barry and Norm, they told us that four of their prominent models were Pat Buchan, Martha Roberts, Anita Darveau and Janet Bamford. We ate dinner at Detora’s Dugout where Burgie Brightman was chief cook and we were entertained by the Four Lassies. Going backstage to get autographs we found out that the Four Lassies were Carol Marland, Ginny Foster, Norma Roberts and Angela Medici. Their manager, Walter Leoncyk, told us that their latest hit song, " Rocket Ship Romeo,” was the work of the famous writing team of Nevins and Norwood. and Pat Hogan as our stewardess. Taking a subway to the theater, we had a long talk with driver Bob MacArthur. He said that if we went to see " Gentle¬ men Prefer Redheads”, a great stage production written by Marguerite McGuire, we would see some more old friends. Theater manager Jack Lyon was glad to see us, and ushers Don Elliot and Joe Sullivan gave us the best of seats. The leading roles were played wonderfully by Dick Moody and Barbara Wood. Without the expert taxi driving of Arthur Richardson we never would have made it back to the airport for plane time. Our stewardess, Sheila Hardiman, told us two prominent businessmen, Elliot Palmer and Bill White, were also on the plane. We took seats next to them in order to talk over old times, and before we knew it our plane had landed in Washington. We were met at the airport by Ginny Briguglio and Janice Paradis, private secretaries to the president-elect, and driven to the White House by Jack Haley. Jack said he was sure we would enjoy our stay because many of our old classmates had been invited. PROPHfCy Vi« Ttc.s. At the White House we were shown to our rooms by Dave Green. Dave told us we were expected in the main dining room at 7 o’clock for a dinner to be held in honor of all the invited guests. At the dining room we were shown to our table by head- waiter Martin Kilcourse, and were very pleased to find ourselves seated beside Secretary of State Dennis Currier and Senator Hollins. Secretary of the Treasury Chuck May was the master of ceremonies, and the main speaker of the evening was Vice- President Elect Nancy Pendlebury. After dinner we met the ambassadress to Russia, Bernice Florin. Bernice and her secretary, Beverly Nichol, told us a little about their interesting jobs. The commander-in-chief of our armed forces, Howie Rat- cliffe, looked as if thirteen years in the Marines had agreed with him, and we were proud of him when Secretary of War Bob Ela presented him with another medal of honor. Just before leaving, we spied Frances Broderick across the room. Francie told us she had recently been elected president of the National Teachers Association and was attending a confer¬ ence. Accompanying her were her secretary, Gilda Nardi, and her personal advisor, Edith Stott. The next evening, following the inauguration, we attended a gala ball. Chairwoman Thalia Currier and Congresswoman Kathleen McLaughlin acted as hostesses. We were told by Thalia that all decorations were under the direction of interior decorator Jessie McIntosh. The music was supplied by the band of Maurice Foulds, and the female vocalist of the evening was that singing rage Miss Joyce Hayes. At the ball we had a chance to talk some more with our old friends. Betty Hearty, successful hat designer just back from a world cruise, told us while in Paris she had the chance to talk to Joan Verda. Dr. Verda and her secretary Carol Weigel are, as we all know, famous for their research in the field of cancer. J. Me X, Jimmy Dunn took us outside to show us his Dunnsmobile. His chauffeur, Dave McCoy, offered to take us for a ride, but the car looked so powerful we declined his offer. During intermission, architect Benny Kalinowski and his assistant Wayne Pavledakes showed us their model plans for the new White House. Ben told us that another former class¬ mate, Benny Farnum, was to engineer the job. After talking to Congresswoman Phyllis Thomson about the recent election, we returned to our rooms. The next morning we left for home and, as we were getting on the plane, we could not help but marvel at the accomplish¬ ments of our old classmates. Respectfully, Nancy and Ted The N. A. A. P.’s got their hats? Martha latched onto a cute little nickname? Edie Stott had a little accident with the Driver Training car? The stove in D. A. was on fire? The N. A. A. P.’s went to the Union Oyster House in Boston? How was the dinner, girls? Alice Anne’s cookies got lost? N. A. H. S. beat Methuen 12-0? We had Miss Maynard for English? The boys found the D. A. girls’ cookies? Mr. Taylor took the World History 2-3 class to Boston? David Trombly and Neil McAloon had a fight in English 3-3? Mr. Larochelle gave cookies to the Problems 4-3 class? The D. A. girls made cake and asked the teachers in for a tea party? We played games during Mr. Thomson’s English 4-3 class? Mr. Pelosi took over the Problems class? The N. A. A. P.’s played " Kitchie-coo” in Problems 4-2? Joyce Hayes, Anita Darveau, and Joe Sullivan got left in the Common when Mr. Taylor took the History Class to Boston, so the meeting with the governor had to be cancelled? Jimmy Dunn rode his bike through the boys’ basement window at the old school? Barry Crane tried to blow up Chemistry 3-1? Louie Detora wasn’t in the office? N. A. H. S. scored 102 points in a basketball game? The H O blew up in Chemistry 3-1? The " Scarlet Knights’’ galloped onto the field at the Thanksgiving game with Punchard? The Chemistry 3-2 class experimented with sod ium and blew up the drain pipe? Ted Snell was a " Brother of the Brush”? The Rinkydinks went undefeated in intramural basketball? Miss Chapman let the Physics Class out of a double period when the first period was over? We had an alligator in Biology? The symbol for sodium was " S” in chemistry according to Nancie? Melie Kasparian did the " jitter-bug” with Mr. Powers at one of the school dances? Francie Broderick " hopped” around school with a sprained ankle? Jessie McIntosh spilt the ditto fluid on the Office Practice Room floor? English 4-1 had Mr. Cairns as a practice teacher? Mr. Larochelle played against the Red Heads? We got the bid to the Tech Tourney? " Twirl my Turban” ended with a bang? What happened, Norma? Mr. Donovan kept his " circular file’’ in English 4-1? II. 8.8RIGATMAH U.X HALEY (1M. ROEEtt S 14. N. WEST 15. A.5HAFCOTT A.H.WAHWCGAr 17. C.WE16EL 18 . T.MdNTO »5. h.Catcuppe W. V.8(U6u4UO I. M.HEIN2E a. 7.VAMT0RP % X VEtm 4 T.CURRIER S. 7H0RW00P . 8.W00P 7. A.RtCt)A£p50K 8. F. HOGrAW $k V. FOSTER 10 . R QOftCRT U E. SWT tv x Auimme II. . KARPtMAM H. R.ElA 1C. B.FLORIK 2 . A.MEPICl 17. T.CAIMt t . T. KAYES 20. C. MAR LAMP 1 F-tp £1 ' ff? I] i ) ff i " £- 1 - 1 ! ■ ' ff II 1 i m 1 ■1 • I m 11 : m%M ' l ■ : ; ff . i • . .. ?m. VIL ' - ! ?JSI|r yj JL Hr T Vr B i Jim j§ • 1 y vy ft rr v The following were re-elected as officers of the junior class for the year 1955-1956: President Robert Harris Vice-President Judith Tetler Secretary-Treasurer Susan Lodge The juniors chose their class rings early in th e year by majority vote. Chosen to take part on the Prom Committee besides the class offi¬ cers were Eileen DeBurro, George Haigh, and Judith Knightly. Judith Knightly and Robert Harris served as members of the Social Calendar Committee of the Student Council. Home room representatives were Donna Mulchahey, Room 32; Judith Knightly, Room 38; Adele Bullock, Room 39; and Clare Towler, Room 40. Sofi io Kone Those chosen to be the sophomore class officers were the following: President John Minihan Vice-President Andrew Zigelis Secretary-Treasurer Janet Drummey The sophomore class continued its fine record of service to the school through active participation in many school activities. The class contributed several outstanding members to our athletic teams, as well as many actors to the school play and several staff members to our school quarterly. Home room representatives were James Valliere, Room 4; Ann Marie Barrett, Room 34; Joseph Flynn, Room 37; and Richard Lange, Room 41. The freshmen choose the following as class officers: President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Charles Salisbury Charlotte Bullock Terry Johnson This year’s freshman class lost no time in entering into the spirit of school activities and proving itself a fine addition to our school community. In the early spring, members of the freshman and sophomore classes chose the design for an official North Andover High School ring which will henceforth be used for all incoming classes. Home room representatives elected were Clark Lewis, Room 6; Janet Duncan, Room 11; Jacqueline Bamford, Room 14; and Mar¬ garet Virr, Room 26. DOMESTIC ARTS FRENCH O 0 0 ' AAAsttuM STENOGRAPHY CLASS OFFICE PRACTICE PHYSICS PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY NORTH AN10VER. HIGH TYPEWRITING LITERATURE ENGLISH Bernice Florin Joan McDuffie Nancy Pendlebury Beverly Nichol Benjamin Farnum Patricia Hogan Charles Hutchins Barry Crane Norman Heinze Nancy Wainwright a to a HonoR s y President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Council Members Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Martha Roberts Gilda Nardi Frances Broderick Carol Weigel Edith Stott Virginia Foster Josephine Caimi Nancy West Laura Curtis Judith Knightly Bernice Florin Nancy Pendlebury Joan McDuffie Beverly Nichol, Benjamin Farnum Miss Irene Cook Alice Miller Louise Mooradkanian Judith Tetler Kathleen Verda Dorothy Stansel Claire Oskar Karin Roebuck Priscilla Watts James Valliere Joanne Havner In October, members of the Honor Society were guests of the North Andover Woman’s Club at which Dr. Peter Bertocci, of Boston University, spoke on " Philosophy in Education.” On February 10 a very successful dance was conducted in the school gymnasium by the members of the Society. In the spring, the Society members went to Punchard to witness the induction of new members into their Honor Society chapter. Throughout the year, members of the Society have assisted Miss Gillen, our guidance director, in the tutoring of high school pupils who have fallen behind in their work. HI6H-LITES STflff Editor-in-Cbief News Editors Exchange Editors Poetry Editors Humor Editors Art Editors Frances Broderick Martha Roberts, Joan McDuffie Claire Oskar, Carole Parker Alice Miller, Paula Coates Gilda Nardi, Sheila Hardiman Louise Mooradkanian, Raymond Chadwick HUMOR COMMITTEE Carol Marland Patricia Buchan Edith Stott Joyce Myhaver Bette Hart Meline Kasparian Ruth Ann Smith ART COMMITTEE Dennis Currier Judith Thornton Jessie McIntosh REPORTERS Boys’ Sports — Andrew Zigelis, Victor Battaglioli Girls’ Sports — Judith Knightly, Thalia Currier Assemblies — Nancy Wainwright Guidance — Joan Verda Student Council — Judith Tetler Dances — Joan Doiron Senior Class — Carol Weigel Junior Class — Clare Towler Sophomore Class — Mary Phelan Freshman Class — Constance Carney Honor Society — Nancy Pendlebury Talk of the School — Josephine Bonanno, Virginia Foster, Patricia Hogan BUSINESS MANAGERS Nancy West Barbara Wood Ann Wild Carol Ackroyd Rhoda Broderick Mary Glennie Christine Carney Ann Marie Barrett PROOFREADERS Susan Lodge Joyce Hayes Florence Legare Kathrin Sztucinski Gene Sztucinski Barbara Houston Mary Mahoney Janice Paradis Eileen DeBurro Barbara Weingart Virginia Briguglio Geraldine Thomson Joan Robertson Marilyn Nussbaum Donna Mulchahey Maureen O’Keefe Dorothy Paradis Pauline Nadeau ROOM AGENTS Alice Shapcott Paula Weymouth Marguerite McGuire Phyllis Thomson Roberta Himber FACULTY ADVISOR Nancy Whittaker Janet Bamford Carol Kopec Florence Finn Stella D’Agata Ruth Ann Mooradkanian For the second consecutive year the High-Lites has been honored by receiving an award at the annual New England Scholastic Press Conference held in Boston. Our magazine was in competition with several hundre d other entries from both private and public schools and received " honorable mention” for excellence in its class. Frances Broderick, Martha Roberts, and Joan McDuffie represented the High-Lites Staff at the conference. On November 10, 1955, the High-Lites staff sponsored a very successful dance in the school gymnasium, the proceeds from which went toward the financing of our school magazine. STUDEflT COUnCIL President Vice-President Secretary -T reasurer Faculty Advisor OFFICERS Dennis Currier Norman Heinze Janet Bamford Mr. William Larochelle Dennis Currier Norman Heinze Janet Bamford Edward Snell Charles Hutchins Edith Stott Robert Harris Judith Tetler Susan Lodge Donna Mulchahey MEMBERS Judith Knightly Adele Bullock Clare Towler John Minihan Andrew Zigelis Janet Drummey James Valliere Ann Marie Barrett Richard Lange Joseph Flynn Charles Salisbury Charlotte Bullock Terry Johnson Clark Lewis Janet Duncan Jacqueline Bamford Margaret Virr Richard Saunders The members of the Social Calendar Committee of the Student Council made out our school’s social calendar for 1956 at the beginning of the school year. The Council conducted a contest to determine an official nickname for the school. " Scarlet Knights,” the winning entry submitted by Ted Snell, was chosen by vote of the entire student body from among several suggested names. During the year members of the Council sold attractive football pins bearing this name as a money-making project. On December 9, the Council held a successful dance in the school gymnasium. The officers of the organization headed the dance committees which were composed of all the Council members. f Concertmaster Drum Majorette Director BflllD OFFICERS Elliot Palmer Audrey Currier Mr. Clarence F. Mosher, Jr. Flute Margaret Virr Clarinets Adele Bullock Janice Dunn Clark Lewis George Mastin Diana McDowell Elliot Palmer Dorothy Stansel Benjamin Ventura Priscilla Watts Alto Saxophones Charlotte Bullock Carolyn Smith Tenor Saxophone Mary Isobel Glennie MEMBERS Cornets Bruce Crawford Judith Knightly Douglas Mayer Trumpets Russell Aaronian Gerald Arcari Joan Bridges Paula Coates Robert Harris Joyce Myhaver Douglas Walshe Percussion Audrey Currier James Hosking Joseph Sullivan French Horn Richard Lange Alto Horns Linda Champion Carolyn Fretwell Judith Tetler Trombones Olive Gravel Bruce Russell Baritone Robert Torla Bell Lyre Catherine Cummings During the past year our band has played at che football games and at the high school grad¬ uation exercises, and has participated in several parades. It has also taken part in a Christmas concert, the last official function of North Andover’s centennial year, and in the annual spring concert presented by the music department of the high school. Bruce Russell, trombonist, represented the band at the All-State Music Festival held in Pittsfield in April. Cheerleaders Gilda Nardi and Martha Roberts served as head cheerleaders this year. The other members of the squad included Norma Roberts, Patricia Hogan, Sheila Hardi- man, Frances Broderick, Judith Knightly, Janet Drummey, Paula Weymouth, and Eileen DeBurro. In addition to cheering at all regular football and basketball games, the cheerleaders had the new and thrilling experience of cheering in the Boston Garden at the semi-finals of the Tech Tournament in which our basketball team participated. The squad sponsored dances throughout the year, the proceeds from which were used to buy tie clips, en¬ graved with the school letters, for the football players and coaches. The girls also participated in a cheering exhibition at Tenney High School, and gave a performance that ranked high among the schools represented. Girls’ Basketball Co-Captains Thalia Currier Frances Broderick Managers Patricia Hogan Betty Hearty Coach Harriet N. Dunham Sheila Hardiman Audrey Currier Barbara Weingart Dorothy Paradis Judith Knightly Susan Lodge Joyce Myhaver Ann Wild Clare Towler Florence Legare Our team established a fine record this year, winning eight games and losing six. Thalia Currier and Audrey Currier represented us in the All-Star game. High scorers on the team for the year 1956 were Dorothy Paradis with 217 points, Thalia Currier with 248 points, Barbara Weingart with 166 points, and Audrey Currier with 80 points. Basketball Co-Captain Norman Heinze Victor Battaglioli Robin Munroe John Lyon Andrew Zigelis Michael Co-Captain Edward Snell Dennis Currier William Blackstock John Minihan George Haigh Cahill Because of its excellent record of twenty wins and only five losses, North Andover’s basketball team became eligible to compete in the annual Eastern Mass. Tech Tourney of 1956. After winning the preliminary and quarter finals, our Knights were beaten by a score of 61-57 in the semi-finals of the Tourney in a closely fought battle with Wareham at Boston Garden. Our team was also presented with a trophy on win¬ ning the Lowell Suburban League title. Congratulations to Coach Larochelle and the entire team for their outstanding record for the season! 7 j ' .rV 1 1 liJ I Football Captain Charles Hutchins George Haigh Edward Snell Maurice Foulds Victor Battaglioli Luke May Joseph Walsh Dennis Robert Harris Robert Hollins Norman Heinze Samuel Galvagna Laurence Colby Andrew Zigelis Michael Cahill Currier Head Coach Howard Crozier and his assistants William Larochelle and Joseph Lynch, a new member of our faculty, directed our team this year. The man¬ agers were James McGuire and Douglas Mayer. For the first time in eight years our team defeated Methuen. We wound up the season with a total of four wins and three losses by also defeating Wilming¬ ton, Maynard, and Woodbury. Team spirit ran high, culminating in the appearance of a Scarlet Knight, in full regalia and on horseback, at the Thanksgiving game at Punchard. Baseball Captain Norman Heinze Dennis Currier Martin Kilcourse Warren Stanwood John Gallant George Haigh John Markey Douglas Morse Robin Munroe Francis Chamberlain Michael Byron Robert Bryan James Yeutter David Donovan John Chase Manager Gilbert Cardoza Our baseball team enjoyed a highly successful season this year, having a record of eleven victories and three defeats. One of the outstanding games of the season was the Methuen-North Andover game, which our Knights won by one point. Congratulations to Coach Larochelle and all the mem¬ bers of the team for the fine performances which they turned in! Track Bruce Elliot Henry Pitman Michael Cahill Russell Aaronian Barry Crane John Walvius Benjamin Kalinowski Thomas Cotter Elliot Palmer, manager Arthur Kettinger, assistant manager Howard Crozier, coach Our track team ended its season with a record of two wins and three losses in league games, and three losses in games with schools outside the league. Among the outstanding scorers of the season were Luke May and Ben Kalinowski, both seniors, and Andy Zigelis, a sophomore. Captain Edward Snell Robert Harris Gerald Steinke Leonard Despres Luke May Richard May Andrew Zigelis Louis DiFruscio Irving Newman William Blackstock 4 ■II fi Wk ip? if ' . it.. i i m 1 :;;.v a. : ■ v " S§ v , y. S If , 5 ; If | V ' W al :js «a t ' j c. ' J K •. »»,. Congratulations and the best of luck! We at Loring are proud of the part we have had in helping to make your classbook a permanent reminder of your school years, recording with photo graphs one of the happiest and most exciting times of your life! We hope that, just as you have chosen us as your class photographer, you will continue to think of Loring Studios when you want photographs to help you remember other momentous days to come! When you choose Loring portraits, you are sure of the finest craftsmanship at the most moderate prices! LORING 6 STUDIOS New England ' s Largest School Photographers R. 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