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

 - Class of 1960

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fflt! ■ , .‘ ‘V % i " v wj; { " , « mm ' ■ ' • -! NORTH ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL North Andover Massachusetts SUMTMI Of SCHOOLS DOUGLAS A. CHAnDLfA PRinCIPflL flLVAH G. HAyfS MARY G. BAILEY English, History, High- Liles Advisor Boston Museum of Fine Arts; Boston University, B.S. in Ed. MARGARET E. BROWN English Boston University, A.B. fflcuuy MARY A. BUCKLEY Homemaking Regis College, B.S. OLIVE BUTLER Art Massachusetts School of Art, B.S.; Suffolk Univer¬ sity, M.Ed. LOUISE R. CONSOLI French, Latin Emmanuel College, A.B.; Middlebury College, M.A. IRENE E. COOK French, Library Supervisor Mount Holyoke College, A.B.; University of Ver¬ mont, M.Ed. HOWARD E. CROZIER Director of Physical Edu¬ cation and Athletics, Phy¬ sical Education, Football, Track, and Wrestling Coach Springfield College, B.S., M.Ed. MILDRED E. DIMLICH Physical Education, Girls’ Field Hockey Coach Posse-Nissen School of Physical Education MARGARET M. DONLAN Latin, Algebra Boston University, A.B M.Ed. JOHN V. DONOVAN Assistant Principal, Chairman of English De¬ partment, English Boston College, A.B., A.M. VINCENT C. FODERARO Biology, General Science, Guidance Counselor Suffolk University, A.B., M.A. in Ed. ARTHUR H. FORGETTA Algebra, Advanced Mathematics Tufts University, B.S. M. MADELINE GILLEN Director of Guidance University of Maine, A.B.; Boston University, M.A. MARION S. GROSSMAN Typewriting, Stenography Salem State Teachers Col¬ lege, B.S. in Ed.; Boston University, M.Ed. ARTHUR P. HALL English, Latin, Russian Boston University, A.B. ARTHUR J. HAMEL Chemistry, Algebra, Gen¬ eral Science, Assistant Baseball and Basketball Coach Merrimack College; St. Anselm’s College, A.B.; Boston State Teachers College, M.Ed. JAMES L. HILLS Industrial Arts, Mechani¬ cal Drawing, Assistant Football and Basketball Coach Fitchburg State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. JAMES L. KEEGAN English Kenyon College, A.B. GEORGE F. LEE Biology, Consumer Education, Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach St. Anselm’s College, A.B. JOSEPH F. LYNCH Plane Geometry, Algebra, General Science College of the Holy Crost B.S. James w. McDonald Speech, Speech Therapy. English, Director of School Play, Driver Education Emerson College, B.L.l. RUTH ANN MOORADKANIAN English, Yearbook Advisor Bradford Junior College; New England Conserva¬ tory of Music; Boston University, A.B. CLARENCE F. MOSHER, JR. Music New England Conserva¬ tory of Music, B.Mus., Columbia University, M.A. in Ed. Administra¬ tion ALICE M. NEAL Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Bookkeeper for North Andover School Lunch Program Boston University, B.S.S., M.Ed. ' C. WESTON NOYES Director of Band Hew England Conservatory of Music, B. Mus. ALBERT F. PERRAULT, JR. Civics, Problems of Democracy Holy Cross, B.S.; Boston College, M.A. THOMAS F. POWERS History, Civics, Business Manager of Athletics, Assistant Track Coach Tufts University, A.B., M.Ed. THOMAS L. REGAN Physics, Chemistry, Algebra Providence College, B.S. TOHN R. ROBINSON General Science Consumer Education Boston University, A.A., B.S. WILFRED J. ROBITAILLE Civics, Problems of Democracy, Basketball Coach Plymouth Teachers College, B.Ed. KATHERINE C. SHERIDAN History, Geography Boston University, B.S. in F.d., M.Ed. IIARWOOD A. STEELE Typewriting, Junior Business Training, Bookkeeping Hus son College; University of Maine, B.S. in Com. Ed. JAMES W. THOMSON Art, Crafts, Driver Education, English Massachusetts Stale College. B.S. in Ed.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Fitchburg State l eacbers College, M.Ed.; Suffolk University: Calvin Coolidge College, Ed.D. CLAIRE T. TORPEY Office Practice, Stenography, Junior Business Training Salem State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed.; Boston University, M.Ed. StniOfi CLASS OffICERS Left to right: Vice-President Alan Foster, Secretary-Treasurer Katherine Roberts, and President Bartholomew Licciardi ROBERT P. AGEY Man of few words . . . how he loves those cafeteria stury halls! . . . a guy with many interests ... a sure success. CAROLE L. ANDREW Knight Staff 4; Glee Club 1, 2 (Andover High) ; Science Club 2 (Andover High). Came to us from A.H.S. . . . sophisticated . . . never tires of talking . . . friendly to everyone . . . where there’s mischief, there’s Carole. ANN MARIE ARCARI " Ann” Basketball 1; Softball 2, 3; Majorette 3; Knight Staff 4. A neat dresser . . . Henry . . . whiz in the commer¬ cial field . . . " Have you seen Norma?” . . . Did you ever use your own locker, Ann? PATRICIA J. ARCARI " Pat’ Knight Staff 4. Never at a loss for words . . . smiling most of the time . . . always has a cheery " Hi” for everyone . . . friendliest girl . . . will make someone a great secretary. JOAN ARTIMOVICH " Joannie” Majorette 3, 4 (Leader) ; Honor Society 2, 3, 4. One very dainty miss . . . loves commercial field . . . cute majorette . . . good student . . . loves to dance . . . Mr. Perrault’s secretary. WILLIAM ASPINALL " Bill” Always ready for a good joke and a good laugh . . . easy-going . . . Gerry . . . not a care in the world . . . oh, those geography classes! CAROL BASHAW Basketball 3, 4; Student Council 4; Knight Staff 4. Talkative . . . loads of personality . . . cheerful outlook . . . gets along with everyone . . . play¬ ground instructor at Waverly. ANN M. BATTERBURY High-Lites Staff 2, 3; Debating Club 2 (Secretary- Treasurer), 3 (President); Knight Staff 4. Summers at Hampton Beach . . . loves to eat in Gym . . . beautiful hair and clothes . . . well-liked by all . . . favorite sport: skiing . . . soft spot for beach parties . . . general fun-lover. LINDA BAZIN High-Lites Staff I ,2, 3; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 1 . Shining brown hair . . . smart dresser . . . partial to a certain Merrimack student . . . neat as a pin . . . headed for Katherine Gibbs. CAROL BELANGER Very good dancer . . . always well-informed about the happenings around school ... as talkative as can be . . . very tiny and peppy. JOANNE BETTENCOURT " Jo” Student Council 1; Knight Staff 4. Happy-go-lucky ... a very good Home Economics student . . . " Giggles” is Jo’s middle name . . . pretty blond hair ... a future secretary. WILLIAM BIRTLES " Bill” Basketball 1. Scientific ... " I was wondering” . . . very inquisitive in class . . . blushes easily . . . chemistry, his first love. LOUISE V. BODGE Softball 1; Knight Staff 4. Talented seamstress . . . Pease Air Force Base . . . summers and weekends spent in Maine . . . usually seen with Joanne or Wendy . . . long telephone calls. GAIL BOLDERSON Higb-Lites Staff 2, 3; Student Council 1; Knight Staff 4; Class Prophecy. Verv talkative gal . . . likes gym class (?) . . . red¬ dish hair . . . Jack . . . lots of fun . . . many lovely clothes. JOANNE BONANNO " Jo” Happy outlook on life . . . always smiling . . . sin¬ cere . . . cute haircuts . . . loves Home Economics . . . shy . . . good luck, Jo. STANLEY BROWN " Stan” Quiet, easy-going manner . . . love that light green Ford . . . always wide awake in English ( ?) . . . never seen with more than one book anytime. DELIA CANDIANO " Candy” Majorette 3. Appreciates the art of dancing . . . easy-going . . . likes spares in the library? . . . petite . . . oh, that giggle! . . . chatter box. RITA CARROLL High-Lites Staff 2, 3; Debating Club 2, 3; Knight Staff 4; Honor Society 4. Beautiful smile . . . very sweet and pretty miss . . . W. R. . . . Ted Williams’ fan . . . makes friends easily . . . you ' ll make a terrific nurse, Rita. CAROL II. CASALE " Freckles” Knight Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 2, 4; Science Club 4. " How ya set?” . . . loves sodas and stuffed animals . . . full of mischief . . . whiz at shorthand . . . Red Sox rooter . . . What’s so unusual about your eyes, Carol ? KENNETH CHENARD " Ken- Quiet, but always ready for a good laugh . . . easy-going . . . ambitious(?) . . . never comes to home room in the afternoon . . . allergic to home¬ work. MALCOLM A. COHEN " Mai” Golf I, 2, 3, 4 (Florida). Car enthusiast . . . can talk his way out of any situation ... a knack for eating wrong lunch periods . . . livens up any class with hi s jokes . . . loquacious. LEETRICE F. COLE " Lee” Majorette 3, 4; High-Lites Staff 1; New England Music Festival 4. Always willing to help . . . loyal friend . . . kind and considerate . . . John . . . oh, those chemistry explosions . . . shy. JOHN F. CORMIER Basketball 1; Track 2; Science Club 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Boys’ Chorus 2. Great sense of humor . . . sees the happy side of life . . . likes sophomore girls . . . never walks . . . wisecracks galore . . . Meagan’s best soda jerker. LINDA L. CRANE Cheerleader 3, 4; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Student Council 3; Knight Staff 4. Chic hairdo . . . Ivy League wardrobe . . . attracted to Andover boys . . . cute and petite . . . Sally’s ther half . . . college bound. HAROLD CRANSTON High-Lites Staff 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 4. Fu-man-chu . . . jolly . . . loves English (?) . . . asset to our baseball team . . . full of fun . . . throws a mean bowling ball. LINDA CRUDALE " Lyn” Knight Staff 4; Dramatic Club 4. Pleasant . . . Mr. Regan’s messenger . . . Air Force . . . always has a kind word for everyone . . . shy, but so nice to know. MARGARET CURTIS " Peggy” High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Honor So¬ ciety 4; Food all Queen 4; Knight Staff 4; Evening Tribune Teen Correspondent 4. As pretty and popular as they come . . . real peppy cheerleader . . . makes a darling Football Queen . . . love that giggle . . . lucky kids who will have Peggy for a teacher. HAROLD DAMEROW Science Club 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Photography Club 2, 3; Honor Society 4. Good student . . . fascinating accent . . . loves sci¬ ence . . . gentleman . . . always arguing with Mr. Powers . . . shy and appealing smile. m SANDRA DeBURRO " Sandy” High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Knight Staff 4; Cheerleader 4. Flirtatious and full of fun . . . expressive eyes . . . " Honestly” . . . loves life . . . Johnny . . . will make a perfect nurse. GERRY DeFUSCO High-Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4 (Chair¬ man of Biographers); Cheerleader 3, 4; Debating Club 2; Basketball 2; Honor Society 4. Adorable cheerleader . . . collegiate clothes . . . always the first one to get a joke (??) ... " Hey, kids, guess what?” . . . Kingston Trio fan . . . lovely smile. JOANNE DeMARIO " Jo” Band 1, 2; High-Lites Staff 3; Dramatic Club 4; Honor Society 4. Wavy honey-blonde hair . . . very sweet miss . . . blushes very easily . . . Junior (?) . . . always studying her French. WILLIAM DEYERMOND " Bill” Track 3, 4; Wrestling 4. Loves physics (?) . . . " Did you do your home¬ work?” . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . always laughing . . . interested in many things. ROBERT DiFALCO " Bob” Football 3; Intramurals 2, 3; Student Council 4. Appreciates girls . . . loves Speech . . . friendly to all (especially girls) . . . Barbara . . . full of the dickens . . . headed for the Navy. SALLY A. DRUMMEY High-Liles Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3; Student Council 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Honor Society 4; Knight Staff 4. Terrific cheerleader . . . cute and friendly . . . Linda’s other half . . . great personality . . . loves to swim ... a loyal friend. KATHLEEN D’URSO " Kathy” Easy to get along with . . . beautiful curly hair . . . neat dresser . . . loved chemistry(?) . . . real sweet miss . . . may the best be yours, Kathy. ROBERT ELLIOT " Egg” Never seen walking . . . motorcycle boots . . . wild about cars . . . loves to study (?) . . . Denise . . . What’s the big attraction at Woody’s? . . . Univer¬ sal. CHARLES FARO " Charley” Track 3: Wrestling 4. Quiet, especially in Speech . . . free and easy man¬ nered . . . friendly ways . . . always ready for a good laugh . . . loves to talk to John in Geography. RICHARD FENTON " Rick” Great guy to know . . . winning smile . . . " Any¬ one for a debate in Problems?” . . . allergic to homework . . . always talks about cars in home room. EDWARD FERGUSON " Ed” Basketball 1; Intramurals 2, 3. Appears shy until you know him well . . . always smiling . . . good-natured and a good sport . . . happy-go-lucky . . . best of luck, Ed. ARLEEN M. FLYNN High-Lites Staff 4; Dramatic Club 4; Knight Staff 4; Prom Committee 4. " Hey, 1’il girl!” . . . loves parties . . . great artistic ability . . . The Shadow Knows . . . many different hairdos . . . mischievous. JOSEPH M. FORGETTA " Joe” Track 4 Quiet in class, but what about those study periods . . . real hot rod fan . . . not a worry in the world . . . What would you do without cars, Joe? . . . Universal. C. ALAN FOSTER " Al” Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (President); Class Vice- President 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Cap¬ tain) ; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Motto Committee 4; Banquet Committee 4. Terrific football and baseball captain . . . always laughing in English . . . loves to fish . . . " Huck” . . . partial to Andover cheerleaders. NATHAN FOSTER " Nate” Long, long bike rides in the country . . . real outdoor man . . . seen but not heard . . . sits near the window in Home Room 19. JUDITH L. FOULDS " Judy” Knight Staff 4. Always has a joke to tell and never misses the chance to hear one . . . never seen hurrying . . . beautiful auburn hair . . . talkative miss. JOHN FRIEL Quiet fellow, but aren ' t looks deceiving? . . . loves history and English (?) . . . oh, for that 2:30 bell . . . usually found at the Dairy Queen before school . . . lives strictly in a man’s world. SHIRLEY FROST " Shirl” High-Lites Staff 4 (Humor Editor); Basketball 1; Knight Staff 4; Honor Society 3, 4 (Counselor) ; Mottc Committee 4; Salutatorian. One popular miss . . . why such an enthusiastic rooter at all basketball and baseball games? . . . John . . . loves to talk . . . sincere friend. RAYMOND GAGNON " Ray” Intramurals 1, 2. Seemingly quiet, but appearances are deceiving . . . blushes easily ... in charge of the shades in Room 20 . . . oh, those chemistry experiments! VIRGINIA GANEM " Ginger” Softball 1, 2 (Walnut Hill) ; Hockey 2 (Walnut Hill); School Play 2 (Walnut Hill). One friendly miss . . . sparkling personality . . . beautiful clothes . . . happy-go-lucky . . . loves the beach . . . forever driving . . . mischievous. ANNE MARIE GAUDET " Anne” High-Lites Staff 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4. Has a " hello” for all . . . good-natured and jolly . . . loves to ask questions in English. ELAINE GEHRMANN A sweet girl with a smile for all . . . loves type¬ writing . . . beautiful blonde hair . . . nice ways . . . oh, those study periods! . . . best of luck, Elaine. VINCENT GEMELLARO " Vin” Honor Society 4. Black, curly hair . . . loves to tease the girls . . . easy-going . . . whiz at math . . . studious and polite . . . always laughing. JOANNE GESING " Jo” High-Lites Staff 1, 2, 3; Knight Staff 4; Class Will. Usually knows the latest . . . loves to dance . . . seldom seen without Linda or Gail . . . sure to make a fabulous secretary . . . best always. CAMILLE GILBERTO " Kim” Basketball 1; Debating Club 2, 3; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Honor Society 3, 4. Any commercial subject is a snap for Kim . . . asset to the Debating Club . . . big brown eyes . . . not too fond of gym. MARY M. GRIFFIN High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4. A friendly " Hi " for everyone . . . usually found in Room 19 before school talking to Kathy . . . sure to make a good teacher . . . Jim. DONNA E. HAMMOND Annie L. Sargent Memorial Latin Award 1, 2, 3; Honor Society 2, 3 (Vice-President), 4 (Vice-Presi¬ dent) ; High-Lites Staff 2, 3 (News Editor), 4 (Edi¬ tor) ; Knight Staff 4 (Co-Editor) ; School Play 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 2, 3; Student Council 3; Dramatic Club 4; Motion Picture Project; Football Queen’s Attendant 4; Greater Lawrence Girl Teen-Age Road- E-O Winner 4; Valedictorian. Very beautiful miss . . . A.J.V. . . . love that laugh . . . a whiz at any subject ... a credit to her class. PATRICIA HARRINGTON " Pat” Honor Society 4; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 2; High-Lites Staff 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4. A wardrobe any girl would envy . . . neat as a pin . . . nice ways . . . willing worker and a great girl . . . always has an armload of books. BARBARA HASSEY " Booba” Knight Staff 4; Dramatic Club 4. One great kid to know ... a real live-wire . . . very friendly gal . . . can always be found in Room 13 . . . pretty black hair . . . waitress at Woody’s . . . shy. MARGARET A. HAWKES " Maggie” High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 4. Full of pep . . . What’s this Air Force bit? . . . the Vulture . . . loves horses . . . Valkyries . . . ardent French student. MARK O. HENRY Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Track 1, 4; Base¬ ball 2; Greater Lawrence Boy Teen-Age Road-E-O Winner 4. Terror on the gridiron . . . friendly as can be . . . Kay . . . hobbies are girls, cars, and football . . . liked by all . . . Victoria . . . one terrific guy. JOYCE M. HOLLAND High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 2; Majorette 3, 4. What did you like about chemistry? . . . loves straw¬ berry sodas and good music . . . the girl with a silent laugh. WENDY L. HOUGHTON " Wen” Majorette 3; Knight Staff 4. Never a dull moment with Wendv around . . . loves to talk . . . quite a way with the gentlemen . . . what a driver! . . . class flirt. DOUGLAS C. HOWARD " Doug” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Wrestling 3, 4; Basketball 1. Loves a laugh . . . one friendly guy . . . tremendous track man and a great football p’aycr ... a credit to N.A.H.S. . . . usually seen at the Center. LEE HUMPHREYS Knight Staff 4. Cute blond pony tail . . . friendly smile . . . nice friend to have . . . usually seen with Anne Marie . . . quiet in Gym . . . Best of luck, Lee. MAUREEN JACQUES " Mo” Basketball 1, 2; Field Hockey 1, 2; Cheerleader 4; Debating Club 3 (Secretary); Honor Society 2, 3, 4; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Student Council 4; New England Music Festival 4. One smart miss ... a contagious spirit of friend¬ liness . . . A.M. . . . pizza and pickles . . . " Oh, dear!” . . . R.A. KENNETH JOHNSON " Ken” Science Club 2, 3, 4 (President) ; Photography Club 2, 3, 4 (President). Man of few words . . . music lover . . . shows great ability in the scientific field . . . polite as they come . . . knows all about darkrooms. PAUL JURKEWIC " Tall Paul” . . . nice ways . . . seen but not heard . . . many loves and varied interests . . . always rushing to Home Room 20. DANIEL KAWASH " Danny” Basketball 2, 3; Track 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; School Play 4; High-Lites Staff 4; Knight Staff 4 (Sports Editor). Wonderful personality . . . one big-hearted kid . . . oh, that baby blue convertible! . . . sharp dresser . . . good luck in your law career. ROBERT KETTINGER " Kett” Football 3, 4. Plays a cool game of football . . . loves to argue . . . friendly . . . whiz at social studies . . . happy disposition . . . always laughing in class. JOHN E. KING " Kingy” Basketball 2 (Manager); High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Knight Staff 4. Diligent worker on any project . . . Danny’s right hand . . . keen sense of humor . . . college bound. JOHN P. KIRK Student Council 1; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4. Sports and politics his first love ... a future mor¬ tician . . . real ability in a wrestling match or on the gridiron . . . partial to majorettes. JEFFREY B. KRESS " Jeff” Jolly and very good-natured . . . looks angelic, but watch out! . . . loves to eat — anything or anytime . . . always telling jokes or making wisecracks. WILLIAM J. LaBELLE " Bill” Basketball 1. Real ' cool cat” on the dance floor . . . " Kookie, Kookie, lend me your comb” . . . nice ways good-looking guy . . . forever talks with Whit in ' Dares. CYNTHIA LAMPROS " Cyn” Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2; Knight Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4. Skiing enthusiast . . . " I don ' t agree” . . . terrible tease . . . " next period” . . . can always be found with Marcia ... on to Westbrook . . . many clothes . . . R.A MARGARET M. LEE ”Marg” Cheerleader 4; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Knight Staff 4. Beautiful, black wavy hair . . . Bugga ... a real live-wire . . . knack for making faces . . . Hampton Beach . . . scads of lovely clothes. PETER LEMIEUX " Pete” Usually seen with Dave . . . has a way with cars . . . loves school (?) . . . spends most of his time hunting and fishing . . . the silent type. CLARK LEWIS Basketball 1, 3 (Manager); High-Lites Staff 4; School Play 3; Hockey, Baseball, Dramatic Club, Glee Club (New Hampton School); Banquet Com¬ mittee 4. Carefree as a breeze . . . sporty dresser . . . great actor . . . headed for the Air Force . . . attracted to Boxford girls . . . always talking in English. BARTHOLOMEW J. LICCIARDI " Bart” Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3; Class President 4; Student Council 4 (Vice-President) ; Prom Committee 4; Banquet Committee 4; Motto Committee 4 (Chairman) ; Class Marshal. Good-looking . . . tops at every sport . . . liked by everyone ... a really terrific guy . . . collegiate . . . friendly. JAMES LISAUSKAS " Liz” Basketball 1; Football 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Intramurals 2. Mischievous . . . nice personality . . . sports en¬ thusiast . . . likes to study(?) . . . soft spot for a certain freshman . . . handy man behind the stage. DAVID B. LIVESEY " Dave” School Play 1, 2, 3 (Lawrence Academy); Glee Club 1, 2 (Lawrence Academy); Debate Club 1, 2 (Law¬ rence Academy); Tennis 1, 2, 3 (Lawrence Acad¬ emy); Jazz Band 1, 2, 3 (Lawrence Academy); Soccer Team 4 (Brooks). A prep school boy . . . real collegiate dresser . . . passion for skiing . . . " digs” sports cars . . . col¬ lege girls . . . Why do you spend your studies in the library, Dave? RUSSELL F. LORD " Russ” Great guy to know . . . good-natured . . . always cracking jokes in Driver Training . . . smile for all . . . loves airplanes . . . blond, wavy hair . . . intelligent. SANDRA J. MALO High-Lites Staff 4. Loves to roller skate . . . always dresses attractively . . . Skateland . . . loved Biology(?) . . . brown pony tail . . . serious at times. EDWARD J. MANSEAU " Louie” Football 1 (Lawrence High); Baseball 2. Wild over cars . . . oh, that Chevy! . . . never reluctant to tell a joke . . . pleasing ways with everyone . . . real rock and roll fan . . . Universal. MARGARET MATTRAW Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Softball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 2, 3 (Vice-President); Honor So¬ ciety 2, 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer) ; High-Lites Staff 3, 4 (Business Manager); Knight Staff 4 (Co-Edi¬ tor); Prom Committee 4; D.A.R. Award; Dramatic Club 4; Class Essayist. Personality plus . . . ace on the bnsketh-11 court . . . sincere friend . . . lots of school spirit . . . " girl most likely to succeed.” MAUREEN McALOON " Mo” Always a neat appearance . . . peaches ’n’ cream complexion . . . carefree . . . beautiful eyes . . . Fabian . . . funny remarks. PRISCILLA McANDREW " Pris” High-Liies Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Field Hockey 3; Basketball 3, 4 (Manager); Dramatic Club 4; School Play 4; New England Music Festival 4. Flirtatious . . . first love, horses . . . second love, prep school or college boys ... a chatterbox . . . quite an actress . . . drives beautiful cars. PATRICIA McDonald " Pat” High-Lites Staff 4; Knight Staff 4. Nice eyes . . . sparkling smile . . . quiet . . . swell friend to have . . . usually can be found with Carol . . . never in a rush to get any place. ALEXANDER McGREGOR " Allie” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. Never tires of talking . . . " crazy” red hair . . . teachers’ pet(?) . . . quite a mechanic . . . oodles of friends, especially girls . . . likes basketball. JOHN T. McINTYRE " Mac” Enjoys Office Practice . . . passion for hot rods . . . always seen with Bob Elliot . . . likes to drive a certain girl home in rainy weather . . . Universal. DANIEL R. McROBBIE " Mac” High-Lites Staff 3, 4 (Sports Editor). Oh, that shock of red hair! . . . sincere friend . . . fun to be with . . . faithful to the Scouts . . . leporter at all sports events. CHARLES E. MERRILL, JR. " Buddy” Football I (Lawrence High) ; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. Avid dance enthusiast . . . allergic to school . . . great D.J. . . . not a care in the world . . . rock and roll fan . . . the voice . . . the Barn. MILDRED T. MINARDI " Millie” Science Club 2; Fic.d Hockey 3, 4 (Manager); Higb-Litcs Staff 3, 4 (Advertising Editor); Knight Staff 4. Big brown eyes . . . hard worker . . . always a smile and a good word for every one . . . loves to sew . . . You’ll make a perfect nurse. PATRICIA MINIHAN " Pat” High-Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2; Field Hockey 2; Knight Staff 4. Love that giggle . . . fun to be with . . . twinkling Irish eyes . . . Ipana smile ... as sweet and friendly as they come. CAROL J. MORSE Basketball 1. Friendly . . . terrific sense of humor . . . very talk¬ ative . . . nice to know . . . cute hair styles . . . Do you like Problems, Carol? AND REW MOYNIHAN " Andy” Football 2, 3, 4. Gcnt’eman . . . appreciative of the opposite sex . . . great personality . . . M.J. . . . eats candy at work . . . proud of his black Ford . . . sings like Elvis. ETTA MAY NADEAU " Etta” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Field Hockey 1. 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Knight Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Class Vice- President 2. Mischievous gleam in her eyes . . . wild about sports . . . peisonalitv twice her size . . . cool sense of humor . . . red and black car . . . R.A. RICHARD NEWMAN " Dick” Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Track 4. One great guy . . . easy-going . . . hot rodder . . . what a wrestler! . . . afraid of homework . . . shy ... a great he’p to our football team. ROBERT J. NICOLOSI " Nick” Terrific guy with personality plus . . . usually seen driving a certain Miss around in his Merc . . . many, many friends. BERNARD M. O’KEEFE " Bernie” Football 2, 3, 4 (Manager); Basketball 2. 3; Base¬ ball 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 3 (Vice-President); Debating Club 2; Student Council 4; Knight Staff 4; School Play 4; Boys’ Chorus 2. Everyone’s love ... a real wit on the stage, or anywhere, for that matter . . . appreciates Mr. Keegan’s jokes . . . oodles of school spirit. DENNIS O’NEIL " Dinkey” Best dressed boy . . . always babbling German . . . favorite pupil in Mr. Keegan’s English class . . . never a dull minute with Dennis around . . . success will be yours, Dinkey! DAVID PALMER " Dave” Science Club 2, 3, 4 (President); Lowell Tech Science Fair 3 (First Prize); Navy Science Award 3. Boyish grin . . . rockets and atoms . . . tops in the science field . . . brought much fame to N.A.H.S. . . . future scientist. JOAN M. PELLERIN " Joanie” Friendly to all . . . Who’s your chauffeur, Jo? . . . long wavy hair . . . usually seen with Dottie . . . partial to a certain Navy man . . . headed foi the business world. ANN M. FERRUCCIO " Peruch” High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 4; Softball 1, 2, 3. Loves to eat . . . full of the dickens . . . great softball player . . . attracted to Room 19 before and after school. ANNE E. PINAUD Knight Staff 4; High-Lites Staff 4. Best girl dancer . . . famous speeds in typewriting . . . shiny hair . . . good cook(?) . . . sweet per¬ sonality . . . will make someone a great secretary. RUTH PINAUD " Ruthie” Basketball 1, 2; High-Lites Staff 1, 2. Helpful and willing worker . . . good basketball player ... all free time spent in Room 28 . . . oh, those questions in Problems! NORMA A. PITMAN Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball 4 (Manager). Loves that Ivy League look . . . usually with Ann . . . Kim and Colby . . . she may look quiet, but look again . . . Type? . . . shiny hair . . . always ready with a smile and a kind word. SHEILA RAMEY Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4. Tops in the secretarial world . . . talented pianist . . . spends most of her spare time in the Guidance office . . . asset to the band. JOYCE E. RENNIE Basketball 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3; High-Lites Staff 1; Science Club 3; Knight Staff 4; Honor Society 4. Loved to talk to Miss Chapman about her strawberry farm . . . favorite subject: English 4-1? . . . What do you and Dave always talk about in home room ? GUY RICHARDS Enjoys studying? ... " I got the wrong assignment” . . . underneath his car . . . horse lover . . . Do you like giving speeches, Guy? . . . unaware of the op¬ posite sex. KATHERINE A. ROBERTS " Kathy” Debating Club 2 (President) ; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4 (Chairman of Biographers); Stu¬ dent Council 2, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); Class Secre¬ tary-Treasurer 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Annie L. Sar¬ gent Memorial Speaking Contest 3 (Third Prize); Prom Committee 4; Dramatic Club 4; Motto Committee 4; Banquet Committee 4. Cute as a button . . . friendly . . . always busy with some project . . . often seen roaming the halls . . . great class officer . . . oh, that walk! WILLIAM F. ROCK, JR. " Rocko” Honor Society 4; Motion Picture Project; Student Council 1; Boys’ Chorus 2; Footba ' l 1, 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3; Debating Club 2; High-Lites Staff 2, 3 and 4 (Art Editor); Knight Staff 4 (Art Editor); Prom Committee 3, 4; School Play 2, 3; Dramatic Club 4. Very talented . . . appreciates good jokes( ?) . . . oh, those splash parties! . . . Andover girls . . . great worker for N.A.H.S. JUDITE1 E. SABIN " Judy” Oh, that walk! . . . a flair for boys . . . A1 . . . wonderful swimmer . . . full of fun . . . quite the driver . . . can talk forever. ROBERT SALEMME " Bob” Good friend with a happy twinkle in his eye . . . slightly fond of girls . . . mischievous . . real hot rod fan . . . ' Hey, let’s get with it!” RICHARD L. SANBORN " Dick” Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Boys’ Chorus 2; Motion Picture Project; Boosters Club Scholar-Athlete Award 4. Tremendous athlete . . . enjoys golf . . . matinee idol . . . what an appetite! ... a real swell guy . . . good-looking . . . popular as can be. KATHLEEN SCANLON " Kay” Band I, 2, 3, 4; Drum Majorette 2, 3, 4; Debating Club 3; High-Lites Staff 3, 4; Football Queen ' s Attendant 4; Knight Staff 4; Student Council 4; Honor Society 4; Class Marshal. Beautiful brown hair . . . adorable drum majorette . . . friendly smile . . . Mark . . . many talents . . . one nice girl to know. ARTHUR SCANNELL " Art” Jolly and very polite . . . rosy, rosy cheeks . . . oh, those funny(?) jokes ... on to B.U. . . . " No, no, no” . . . What is your favorite subject. Art? MARY SCHRUENDER Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2; High-Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Cheerleader 4; Student Council 3; Class History. A " Hi” for everyone . . . never a dull moment with Mary . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . full of fun . . . Tip-Top miniature golfer. PAUL SCHWENKE Photography Club 2, 3 (Treasurer) ; Basketball 1. Quiet, but nice to know . . . dependable . . . loves photography . . . sure to succeed. RICHARD SLIPKOWSKY " Dick” Football 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4 (Business Manager). An enthusiastic baseball fan . . . willing worker . . . great guy . . . known by everyone . . . loves Geography (?) ... a sure success in the business field. W. RICHARD SMITH " Smitty” Intramurals 1, 2; Basketball 2 (Manager); Track 2, 3, 4 (Manager); High-Lites Staff 3, 4 (Literary Editor); Student Council 1, 2; Debating Club 2, 3; Photography Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Knight Staff 4. Great supporter of all our teams ... a great friend . . . with Danny most of the time . . . Hi-Spot? . . . willing to lend a helping hand. ALFRED SNOOK " Snookie” Wrestling 4. Oh, that accent! . . . oodles of doodles . . . first love, hot rods . . . second love, redheads . . . cowboy boots . . . favorite word, " man” . . . plaid shirts . . . future car designer . . . Universal. SUSAN STAMP " Sue” Knight Staff 4; Dramatic Club 4. Contagious gift of gab . . . ready with a joke any¬ time ... an unforgettable laugh . . . lovely soprano voice ... a friend to everyone . . . Anastasia. ELEANOR M. STANG " Ellie” High-Lites Staff 2, 3; Knight Staff 4 (Chairman of Biographers); School Play 2, 3; Debating Club 2; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Captain); Honor Society 3, 4; Football Queen’s Attendant 4; Motion Picture Pro¬ ject; Boston Traveler Teen Correspondent; Banquet Committee 4. Terrific cheerleader . . . popular . . . beauty and brains combined . . . peppy and enthusiastic. JOYCE A. STANGANELLI Softball 2; Majorette 3; Knight Staff 4. Tiny miss with a cute pony tail . . . good typist . . . friendly smile for everyone . . . beautiful eyes . . . Judy’s best friend. MICHAEL STEINBERG " Mike” Track 1; Boys’ Chorus 2; Football 2; Debating Club 2; Wrestling 3. Fond of making unusual bets . . . intelligent ques¬ tions in English 4-1 .. . analyzes dreams . . . future psychoanalyst . . . man of a few well-chosen words. BARBARA STOTT " Babs” Softball 1. Makes friends easily . . . long wavy hair . . . favors no homework . . . always smiling . . . continuously talking. DAVID STOTT " Dave” Basketball 1; Intramurals 2; Honor Society 4. Good student . . . brain in physics . . . appreciates girls(?) . . . oh, that shy smile! . . . swell friend . . . Pirates’ fan. JOHN STROBEL Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Track 4; Student Council 2; Class President 2; Motion Picture Project; Motto Com¬ mittee 4; Class History. Strong, silent type . . . one-girl man . . . plays a terrific game of basketball and baseball . . . tall, blond and good-looking . . . neat dresser. JAMES SULLIVAN " Sully” Student Council 1 (Brockton High) ; Band 1, 2 (Brockton); Basketball 3, 4 (Manager); Class Will. Always talking, seldom caught . . . class gentle¬ man . . . man behind the basketball team . . . very friendly guy . . . Jack’s sidekick. DAVID B. TETLER Basketball 1, 2, 3. Oh, that build! . . . dark and dreamy . . . extra special way with girls . . . sporty . . . What is your favorite subject, Dave? JEANNINE THIBAULT Class Secretary 1 (Notre Dame) ; Cheerleader 4; Football Queen’s Attendant 4; Banquet Committee 4. Friendly to all . . . very pretty and popular miss . . . vivacious cheerleader . . . never at a loss for words . . . loves to dance . . . contagious smile. MARIAN THOMSON Softball 1, 2; Basketball 2; Chess Club 3; Honor Society 4. Loves " francais” . . . the library is her second home . . . quite a chess player . . . oh, those remarks in English! . . . cute giggle . . . headed for Drew. MARY ANNE THROP High-Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2; De¬ bating Club 2; Knight Staff 4. Regular chatterbox . . . " Boy, I’m starved!” . . . adorable haircut . . . C.C.H.S. fan . . . tremendous at shorthand . . . soft and sweet voice. JOSEPH S. TROMBLY " Joe” Class President 1; Student Council 1; School Play 2, 3; Honor Society 3, 4 (President); Harvard Club Award 3; Good Government Day Representative 4; Class Orator. Full of brain power . . . likes sports, especially base¬ ball . . . authority on politics . . . sure to be rich and famous. THOMAS P. VENTURA " Tom” Baseball 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2. Everyone’s friend . . . teachers’ pet(?) . . . " I’ll never tell’’ . . . often seen driving around town . . . many study periods in the caf . . . what did you say you got in conduct, Tom? DOLORES V. VERDA " Dee” Honor Society 3, 4. Loves long walks . . . creamy complexion . . . pretty blond hair . . . Phil . . . fond of arguments in Prob¬ lems . . . long talks with Sandy Wood. JOHN R. VIRR " Jackie” Basketball 3; Intramurals 3; Student Council 1; Class Secretary-Treasurer 1. Full of the dickens . . . terrific guy . . . school spirit galore . . . familiar with the detention hall . . . chaos . . . always a good time with Jack around. FRANCIS VYNORIUS " Fritz” Baseball 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 3. Never takes anything too seriously . . . contagious smile . . . one swell guy . . . " Who are you, Fran or Ted?” . . . inclined to be mischievous. ROBERT WADDINGTON " Bob” Easy to get along with . . . favorite class: geography . . . well-liked . . . What’s wrong with girls, Bob? MARY ANN WAINWRIGHT Softball 2; Debating Club 3; Knight Staff 4. Loves to laugh . . . thoughtful . . . " digs” Belafonte records . . . always willing to help . . . does not agree with Mr. Perrault in Problems, usually. CYNTHIA WATTS " Cindy” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain) ; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 1 ; Band 1 , 2; Student Council 3; Honor Society 4; Higb-Lites Staff 1 , 2, 3; Knight Staff 4. Love that pony tail . . . partial to Lynn boys . . . N.A.’s star guard . . . famous for her arguments with referees ... oh, those P.J. parties! . . . will make a great phys. ed. teacher. DOROTHY WHITTAKER " Dot” Proof that good things com " in small packages . . . sincere . . . everyone’s friend ... a sweet miss . . . liked by all . . . chatterbox. WILLIAM WHITTAKER " Bill” Class President 3; Student Council 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Class Prophecy. Great asset to our class . . . popular fellow . . . possesses great athletic ability . . . terror on the gridiron . . . S.B. . . . one of the nicest boys at N.A.H.S. GEORGE WINDLE Good-natured . . . happy-go-lucky . . . hard worker on the stage committee . . . doesn ' t believe in home¬ work . . . passion for cars . . . keep those eyes open, George! ROBERT WOODHOUSE " Woodie” Easy-going . . . deep voice wh ; ch sounds great over the intercom . . . shy with girls, but give him a few years . . . enjoys hunting and fishing . . . keen interest in radios. SAMUEL J. ZAPPALA " Zap” Intramurals 1, 2, 3. The silent type . . . prefers Office Practice . . . Andover girls . . . undying love for all kinds of cars . . . white sport shirts . . . Universal. JOANNE L. ZEMBA " Jo” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2 (Manager). Good-natured . . . adores gym classes (???) . . . fast forward on the basketball team . . . What is so wonderful about a certain prep school, Joanne? MARCIA ZIGEIIS " Marc” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; High- Lites Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; Debating Club 2, 3. Usually found in Andover . . . loves English? . . . " I’ll punch you out” . . . full of the dickens . . . million dollar smile . . . R.A. flon-Pictorial LINDA COHEN " Lin” Oracle Advertising Staff 3 (Manchester) ; Art Club 3 (Manchester). Wavy blond hair . . . gorgeous clothes . . lovable smile . . . carefree and quiet . . . Manchester’s loss is N.A.’s gain. ELWOOD PRATT Track 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Cross Country 4 (Masconomet). A speedy character . . . track star . . . keeps a class or a study hall very lively . . . mischievous . . . What a sense of humor! HULL Of fflfflf DONNA ELLEN HAMMOND V aledictorian Honor Society English Award Boxford Post 379 American Legion Scholarship John McIntosh Memorial Award MARGARET ANNE MATTRAW Class Essayist Student Council Scholarship Betsy Ross Chapter D.A.R. Good Citizenship Award SHIRLEY FROST Salutatorian ORATOR one PRIZtS JOSEPH S. TROMBLY Class Orator VINCENT A. GEMELLARO Bausch and Lomb Science Award DONALD L. MARKEY Harvard Club of Andover Award MAUREEN JACQUES Helen S. Carvell Memorial Scholarship Awarded by North Andover Woman’s Club Gladys C. Sullivan Memorial Scholarship Awarded by North Andover Parent-Teacher Associations Boston University Scholarship KATHERINE ROBERTS Student Council Scholarship Eclectic Club Scholarship CYNTHIA WATTS Fisikelli Scholarship Trinitarian Church School Scholarship DAVID PALMER Lowell Technological Institute Joseph Kaplan Scholarship SCHOLARSHIPS ROBERT KETTINGER Trinitarian Church School Scholarship WILLIAM ROCK St. Michael’s Holy Name Scholarship CAMILLE GILBERTO V.F.W. Auxiliary and Post No. 2104 Business Education Scholarship C. ALAN FOSTER Vermont Academy Scholarship JOANNE BONANNO Davis and Furber Steelworkers Local Scholarship KENNETH CHENARD Davis and Furber Steelworkers Local Scholarship THOMAS VENTURA Master Plumbers’ Association Women’s Auxiliary Scholarship Not pictured: RITA CARROLL Clover Hill Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship MARY HOSKING Trinitarian Church School Scholarship fQVNMK r : ‘ " • CLASS FRESHMAN YEAR The early morning September sun shone brightly as we, the new North Andover freshmen, filed briskly into the auditorium. Being the largest class in our new high school’s short history, we no doubt experienced the greatest confusion. Oh, those first few days; searching for classrooms, meticulously " cracking” our locker combinations, and attempting to follow our schedule cards! We learned that our class wasn’t the only newcomer to the school. Additions had been made to the teaching staff including Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Brown, Mr. Christison and Mr. Perrault. Having grasped, after a week or two, the mode of high school life, we elected our class officers. Our first president was Joseph Trombly who, four years later, was chosen as our Good Government Day representative. David Bamford was our vice- president, and John Virr our secretary-treasurer. The unfortunate death of Superintendent of Schools Francis O’Brien was indeed the saddest event of our first year. Mr. O’Brien was replaced by our very capable superintendent, Mr. Douglas Chandler. In January, upon the retirement of Miss Clara Chapman, we welcomed Mr. Thomas Regan to our school. In early March it was announced that David Bamford and Richard Arold had won the Brooks School Scholarships. Although we were happy to see them win, we all regretted to see Dave and Dick leave. We watched our basketball team dump Immaculate Conception of Revere, whip Msgr. Prevost of Fall River, and then lose a heartbreaker to Case High of Swansea, 63-60, and with it the Tech Tournament Championship. Hilarity was the keynote at the annual school play entitled " Quit Your Kidding,” the highlight in April. Soon June arrived and with it the summer vacation. SOPHOMORE YEAR By the time September rolled around again, many of us were anxious to get back to school. Again class officers were to be chosen. John Strobel was elected president, with Etta May Nadeau as vice-president and Sally Drummey as secretary-treasurer. The football team " kicked off” the year in high style by whipping Andover and Methuen high schools to clinch the " Little Three” laurels. The Photography Club and the Science Club were formed early in the year, with Mr. Robinson the adviser to the former and Mr. Regan and Mr. Foderaro the co¬ advisers of the latter. David Palmer received first prize at the State Science Fair held at M.I.T. in April. This was the year when a bespectacled young man arrived at our school from Germany. Harold Damerow was welcomed into our class, and built for himself a wonderful reputation both scholastically and socially. The school play, " Our Miss Brooks,” delighted the audience with its rollicking comedy. Our class was well represented by Miss Donna Hammond and Joe Trombly, who played the leads. Eleanor Stang, Martha Meeker, Charlotte Hitchcock and Bill Rock were also in the cast, with Kathy Roberts and Pat Harrington as understudies. Maureen Jacques, Donna Hammond, Joan Artimovich, and Margaret Mattraw were inducted into the National Honor Society, being the first of our class to achieve such an honor. After turning back Chelmsford and Don Bosco high schools, our basketball team defeated Oliver Ames High School of Easton, 71-64, for the Class C Eastern Mass. Championship. The championship, which had been so close at hand for the last three years, finally was ours through the fine strategy of Coach Larochelle and an all¬ team effort. At this point we shall not forget to mention the new teachers added to the staff. They were Miss Desrosiers, Mrs. Dimlich, and Mr. Hills. Thus another year ended. HIS T 0 R y JUNIOR YEAR We returned as juniors, pleased with the idea of being called upperclassmen. Shortly after the beginning of the new school year, the following were elected to lead our class: Bill Whittaker, president; Alan Foster, vice-president; Sally Drummey, secretary-treasurer. The faculty additions were Mr. Keegan, Mr. Robitaille, and Mrs. Grossman. In September, we received and proudly wore our class rings. Six members of the class were received into the Honor Society: Shirley Frost, Eleanor Stang, Camille Gilberto, Dolores Verda, Joseph Trombly, and Kathy Roberts. Our class was nor lacking in members with acting ability, and we were well represented in the school play by the following: Donna Hammond, Bill Rock, Eleanor Stang, and Joe Trombly. Camille Gilberto and Prisc illa McAndrew served as understudies. Junior year is the year to elect captains, and the following were elected: Mark Henry and Alan Foster in football, Etta May Nadeau in field hockey, John Strobel and Bob Shann in boys’ basketball, Cindy Watts and Margaret Mattraw in girls’ bas¬ ketball, Elwood Pratt and Doug Howard in track, John Strobel and Alan Foster in baseball, and Eleanor Stang in cheerleading. Serving with the class officers on the prom committee were Sandy DeBurro, Bob Shann, Linda Crane, and Bill Rock. This event was the highlight of the social calendar. The end of the school year came soon after and we were all vacation bound. SENIOR YEAR We returned in September of 1959 as seniors. It was hard for us to believe that we were beginning our last year at North Andover High. The results of the class election showed that Bart Licciardi was to serve as our president, Alan Foster as our vice-president, and Kathy Roberts as our secretary-tteasurer. We took pleasure in welcoming to our faculty Mr. Forgetta, Mr. Hall, and Mrs. Douglas; and we were sorry when Miss Bailey found it necessary to resign during the year. We had fourteen members inducted into the Honor Society, an unusually high number: Gerry DeFusco, Pat Harrington, Joyce Rennie, Dave Stott, Bill Rock, Cindy Watts, Peggy Curtis, Marian Thomson, Sally Drummey, Rita Carroll, Vincent Gemel- laro, Kay Scanlon, JoAnne DeMario, and Harold Damerow. Peggy Curtis was elected Football Queen, and her court included Kay Scanlon, Donna Hammond, Jeannine Thibault, and Eleanor Stang. As the time approached for graduation, the commencement honors were an¬ nounced: Donna Hammond, valedictorian; Shirley Frost, salutatorian; Margaret Mat¬ traw, class essayist. Joe Trombly was chosen Good Government Day Representative. Margaret Mat¬ traw was the recipient of the D.A.R Good Citizenship Award. The leads of the school play were given to Donna Hammond and Bernie O’Keefe. Other seniors participating were Danny Kawash, Priscilla McAndrew, and Dick Smith. Jeannine Thibault was an understuuy. At one of our class meet.ngs, Joe Trombly was elected as class orator. Kay Scanlon and Bart Licciardi were chosen to serve as our class marshals. The prom committee was headed by the class officers assisted by Bill Rock, Margaret Mattraw, and Arkne Flynn. Our high school days ended on June 17, I960. They were happy days which left us with many pleasant memories. Respectfully, Mary and John W0W mm warn M • ' V i ■(Bit! | i j E3$f J p S{fli •n2 ; mn!ii 11 mPlv f r SRirrra ' ii i - i ft P -k ' h b- d :ff i 1 JUNIOR SB w t t o 0 2 00 NOR Tl MIC m 1 ML i j . jfci| J Jj |mH lil ' i Wr j k " ■L !■§{, ' . 4 W % |fc | B|a Hv LI 13 1 1. ir l •mn , £. Kjja£m ■• s| r hgm ■f k X %. lllffti 1 II 1 1 i o3 1 1 1 ' L |.,f i vy . pg “swiKe 1 -j ft P r if x SIIOR PRrOm June 15, 1985 Dear Bill, I was so happy to learn that you were the one to tie with me on the winning of the Sweep- stake Contest. It was all so exciting and the trip I won was simply marvelous. It is to tell you about that that I am writing now. It turned out to be a lovely two weeks of renewing old friendships. Before I left, I paid a visit to Saks 5th Ave¬ nue and talked to the top buyer of women’s clothes, my old friend Cindy Lampros. Cindy outfitted me with the latest styles and made me promise to come back and tell her all about my trip when I got back to New York. I promised I would and then left to catch my plane for the sunny South. Never having been aboard a plane before, I was quite nervous, but after boarding, I found the two hostesses to be old friends. They were Carol Morse and Joanne Gesing. I felt much calmer, knowing I was in such good hands. But that wasn’t all. Aboard the plane I met Elaine Gerhmann and her two darling children. They were on their way home from a visit with her mother. It was a delightful trip, but I was glad to get my two feet on the ground in Atlanta, Georgia. I hailed a taxi right away to take me to my hotel after the long ride. I was surprised to see that the taxi driver was John Cormier While riding along he told me about Doug Howard, who is also a taxi driver. When I arrived at the hotel I said goodbye to John and went in. The face of the hotel clerk looked familiar and, on closer examination, I recognized Eddie Manseau, distinguished look¬ ing with a few gray hairs at his temples. That night I went to a well-known night club in town. I sat down at a table and the waitress came over. It was Barbara Hassey, and beside her was Joan Artimovich. They stayed, talked awhile, and told me I wouxd have a big surprise when the floor show came on. About an hour later the master of ceremonies came out. I gasped to see Bill Aspinall. My surprise mounted when I found that the star singer was Sue Stamp, now called Lucille LaFleur. She sang beautifully and later came over and talked to me. She told me that she had a letter from Carole An- CLASS Hampshire that is owned and operated by Clark Lewis and David Livesey. We talked over old times, and I told her that I was working as a telephone operator in New York City along with Louise Bodge, Joanne Bettencourt, Dolores Verda, and Marcia Zigelis. While we were sitting talk¬ ing, Bob Elliot, Allie McGregor, Daniel Mc- Robbie, and Jack McIntyre came over and said hello to us. They were all in uniform and told us that, finding army discipline easy after their training in high school, they had made a career of the service and had settled down with their fami¬ lies on a nearby base. After a very pleasant evening I returned to my hotel. The next morning I left for Florida by train. On the train I met the Arcari twins, Ann and Pat. They sa : d they were on a business trip for an advertising firm where they are secretaries. Pat said she had heard from Judy Foulds, who is working in Western Electric and still living in North Andover. She had told Pat that Carol Bashaw, Joanne Bonanno, and Joan Pellerin worked with her. Carol Casale is also at Western and is the top stenographer for the vice-piesident. Just about then the conductor came along; it was smiling Bob Salemme. He said that Arthur Scannell and he had been with the railroad for about fifteen years. A little while later we arrived in Miami. In the station I saw Delia Candiano. Chatting with her, I learned that she was teaching children to dance. She also told me that Bill LaBelle is working in Arthur Murray’s Dance Studio and is the leading male teacher. I left Delia shortly after and proceed .d to my hotel. Because the weather was lovely, I de- PROPHfcy ciJed to go for a walk. Just then I saw a stun¬ ningly-dressed woman coming towards me. She looked very familiar and, as she got closer, I could see it was Margaret Lee. She recognized me right away and we stopped to chat. Margaret is working as a teacher in a grammar school out West, and she and her husband were in Miami for a couple of weeks’ vacation. As we talked, I found that Linda Crane, Sally Drummey, and Margaret Curtis are also teachers in Massachu¬ setts. Margaret also told me that Joyce Holland is a business teacher and Kathy Roberts an English teacher at our dear ole Alma Mater, North Andover High. I then said goodbye to Margaret and went on my way. After my walk I decided to go down on the beach. While I was sitting there, a little girl came over who told me her name was Joanne Car- roll and she lived in Massachusetts and was down in Miami visiting her aunt who was a nurse. Talking a little longer, I discovered that her aunt was an old classmate of mine, Rita Carro 1. Joan- nie and I walked over to her aunt’s house where I saw Rita. We had a won derful visit together, in which I learned that she was a registered nurse. She also told me of Ann Perruccio, who is working with her. Shortly afterward I left and returned to my hotel. That afternoon I decided to take a tour of famed Cape Canaveral. I was fascinated by the place, but I became more interested when I learned that Bill Birtles, Stanley Brown, Harold Damerow, and Ken Johnson were all working there as scientists. That wasn’t all. David Palmer and Vincent Gemellaro are in charge of all the scientists, with Wendy Houghton as their private secretary. It was an educational as well as inter¬ esting tour, and 1 was sorry I had only a short time to stay. The next morning I started on my voyage across the sea in a beautiful boat. The passen¬ gers were all friendly. I had a wonderful trip and met some more of our old classmates. First of all I met a very old friend, Linda Bazin, who was accompanied by Jeannine Thibault. They were on separate trips but had met each other aboard. Linda is working as an executive secretary in Chicago, and Jeannine is a hairdresser in a small town out West. We talked over many good times during those seven days. In that time I found out that Eleanor Stang is the principal of a grammar school in Brockton, Massachusetts; and Mary Schruender has taken over her father’s business in North Andover and has become one of the richest women in town. Oh, I forgot to mention that Bob Kettinger was aboard ship. He is a reporter for Time Magazine and was going abroad on a special assignment. Bob told us that David Tetler and Peter Lemieux are partners and own a department store somewhere in Massa¬ chusetts; and that Paul Schwenke and John Kirk are in the undertaking business. Seven days later we arrived in Le Havre, France. From there I took a train to Paris. It was a beautiful city and I had a hotel room with a lovely view. The next day I went shopping and met Margaret Mattraw, who is teaching school there. While we talked, I learned that Maureen Jacques and Leetrice Cole are physiotherapists. Priscilla McAndrew, Arleen Flynn, and Margaret Hawkes are also in Paris on some kind of tour they won. It has something to do with horses, as they are all in that business. Arleen is a trick rider, and Priscilla and Margaret own a riding academy. From the hotel Margaret and I went to lunch, and who do you think was the head waiter? Well, it was suave Chuck Merrill, and the owner of the cafe was none other than effervescent Whitman Haselton. After an exciting week in Paris, I boarded my plane for the long ride home. Weil, talk about knowing the hostesses! These two turned out to be Carol Belanger and Ginger Ganem. We had a long talk on the way home and discussed the old days and the kids we knew. While exchang¬ ing gossip, I learned that Etta May Nadeau was coaching a world-famous girls’ basketball team and that they were doing very well. Linda Crudale and JoAnne DeMario are both working in de¬ partment stores out in California, where they are dealing with famous movie stars every day. Kathleen D’Urso and Mary Throp are working with the government, and Carol and Ginger see them quite often in their travels. As you can readily see, my trip was most re¬ warding and the person who said " It’s a small world” sure was right. I hope you will write soon and tell me all about the highlights of your trip. Sincerely, Gail Bolderson June 27, 1985 Dear Gail, Thank you for your interesting letter. I am glad you had such an enjoyable time on your trip. My trip was a lot of fun too. I owe it to you to exchange accounts with you to repay you for the letter you sent me. Before the trip even began, I went to Virr and Ventura’s Department Store to purchase some new luggage. Jack and Tom mentioned that you had been there to buy luggage too. I sometimes get car- or train-sick, so I went to O’Keefe’s Drug Store to have Bernie fill my prescription. Now that I had new luggage, I needed a new set of clothes, SO ' I stopped at Bob and Al’s Clothing Store. It was good to see that Bob Nicolosi and A1 Snook were still the best of friends. Well, I finally made it to the airport just in time to catch my plane. As we took off, the stewardesses, Sandy DeBurro and Kay Scanlon, ad¬ vised us to fasten our safety belts because our pilot, Bill Deyermond, was a real " Airways Cow¬ boy.” When we were finally in the air, I looked around and Bob Woodhouse and Guy Richards met my eye. They were headed for a television technicians’ convention in New York. At last, after pleasant sailing through stable air, we touched ground once again. As soon as I stepped out of the plane, about ten cabbies yelled " Taxi!” In their midst I noticed an old friend, Elwood Pratt, who drove me to my hotel. The next day I decided to tour New York. I stopped at the Stock Exchange Building. Inside I could see Russell Lord, pacing the floor; he cer¬ tainly looked worried. After seeing all there was to be seen in the city, I went to the football game. I had a chance to see Dick Sanborn coaching his Bronx Bombers. At the game I happened to see Joanne Zemba and Cindy Watts, who were still ardent sports fans on the side, but had to sit in front of a typewriter eight hours a day for Mal¬ colm Cohen. My next day I spent on the train headed for Chicago. When I arrived in Chicago, I was met by a couple of old classmates, Joe Trombly and John King, who were mayor and fire chief of Chicago, respectively. As I browsed around the city, looking at the sights, I noticed a rather large building under construction. The sign on the building told me that it was being built by C. Alan Foster and Sons, Construction Company. I met Dot Whittaker, who was Dave Stott’s pri¬ vate secretary, and she explained to me the fun¬ damentals of the Stott Cattle Company. That was all for Chicago. My next stop was Los Angeles. I had been stationed at Los Angeles during my stay with Uncle Sam, and I wanted to visit my old home. I also looked up Andy Moynihan there. He had made a career out of his military obligation. It was hot in Los Angeles, so I decided a swim in the hotel pool would feel great. As I was swimming, I noticed Lee Humphreys, Franny Vynorius, and George Windle were all keeping a watchful eye on the pool. They were the hotel life guards. I must say we were in safe hands. After my swim, hotel manager Jim Lisauskas recommended the hotel dining room to me. His recommendation was good and so was the service. Judy Sabin, the waitress, told me that Dick New¬ man and John Friel were the head chefs and would like to know how I was enjoying the food. It was delicious. Two tables down from me, I noticed Sheila Ramey and Mildred Minardi en¬ joying a good meal too. I went over to them to learn what they were doing in Los Angeles. They said they owned a millinery shop in San Francisco and were here on a combined business-pleasure trip. That night there was a concert. I had to hear the famous Bill Rock evoke miracles of melody from the piano. Also a treat to hear were Marian Thomson and Pat Harrington, as they revived old favorites. That was all the time I had for Los I had a brief stop in Phoenix, Arizona, where Bart Licciardi was an influential member of the city council. Bart also reunited me with Anne Gaudet and Mary Griffin, who were secretaries in City Hall. It got hot in Phoenix, so I moved on to Houston, Texas. I decided to go by bus to Houston. Just as we entered the city limits, the bus broke down. Mark Henry and Rick Fenton came speeding to our rescue, for theirs was the only gas station equipped to take care of such a bus. When I reached my hotel, Jeff Kress took my bags and showed me to my room. I decided to take a jaunt around Houston. You can imagine my surprise when I happened upon Paul Jurke- wic’s new used car lot. In the lot I noticed Paul was selling a Cadillac to the noted physicist Jim Sullivan. Jim and I chatted for a while and he told me that he and Dennis O’Neil were doing research on a new spaceship. He also said I would remember his secretary, Anne Pinaud. I sure did! Back at my hotel I noticed Sandy Malo and Barbara Stott on the sun roof, soaking up a tan. They told me that a model needed a good tan. Well, that was Houston; my next stop was St. Louis. This time I switched to the train as a means of travel. On the train the conductor, Ken Chenard, gave me the royal treatment. He informed me that Bob Waddington was the engineer and a real good jet driver. Looking out the window, I saw Mike Steinberg’s farm bustling with activity. Next door I saw rows on rows of big red strawberries. Immediately I thought of Joyce Ren¬ nie and, as it turned out, my hunch was right. It was her strawberry farm. When I arrived in St. Louis, I found that I was quite short of funds. My first stop was the bank; I needed some money from home. I was given quick service by Danny Kawash and Harold Cranston at the bank. They had me rich again in no time. Now that I had a little money I decided to take an old fashioned bus ride around the city. I had a little time to talk to Joe Forgetta, the driver, before we left. As the bus drove on, I spied a sign which read, " Sam Zappala and Bob DiFalco — All Kinds of Auto Body Work Done.” I could clearly remember their hot Chevies of many years ago. As we passed the baseball field, I noticed the starting pitcher for St. Louis today was John Strobel. I guessed that Dick Slipkowsky, the coach, knew what he was doing when he picked After I got off the bus, I cro ssed the street and was immediately picked up for jay walking by the crossing guard, Joyce Stanganelli. Well, now that I needed a lawyer, I was lucky to find Dick Smith. He got me " off the hook.” St. Louis was really my last stop before heading home. I had traveled by every means except jet rail car, so I decided that was the way I would finish my trip. I rented a rail car from Charlie Faro’s fine selection of jets. No sooner had I left St. Louis than I went off the rail. I had to walk to a nearby school to use the phone. Pat Minihan and Donna Hammond showed me where to call. They were both teaching in the school. Donna told me that Gerry DeFusco was also teaching, in a school not far from here. When Ed Ferguson and Ray Gagnon had my rail car fixed, I was on my way once again. About noontime hunger set in, so I stopped to eat at a diner. 1 was given good service by Linda Cohen, the wife of the proprietor. That night I stopped at a motel. I was shown to my room by another married classmate, Norma Pitman. She and her husband had a swell tourist business and liked it as well. I got up early in the morning because I figured I could make it home in that one day. I had breakfast at Wainwright’s Cafe. I guess Mary Ann has to get up early to keep us early birds happy. I knew I was making good time so I stopped in a small town in Connecticut for coffee. To my surprise, next to the coffee shop I savv Shirley Frost and Camille Gilberto, trying to persuade Bob Agey to buy some of their insurance. Well, after coffee it was only one more delay; a stop for ice cream at Pat McDonald’s store. Maureen McAloon made me a gigantic sundae and I could hardly finish it. When I sported Ruth Pinaud’s beauty shop, I knew I was back in North Andover. I enjoyed my trip tremendously and, more than the trip, I enjoyed meeting old friends. Well, it surely is a small world. Sincerely, Bill Whittaker ‘fhibiikif tsf ; i Need ' S ' Besf Loekiifj Cyihl Mosf Popikl r Gif l lypici] rtfitiS G„ | funnel «f l,, Sil iiOrA ? P IH I r Tfi fa- C,d o 11 D(fAH h Vro{ G«f ry ZDcFtjsco -Tovce if0 3W CLASS We, the graduating class of I960, hereby relinquish our brilliant and outstanding traits and abilities to our most humble successors. To the faculty we leave our earnest thanks and our deepest sympathy for the remains of their steel-covered nerves. To North Andover High we leave our thanks for many wonderful memories. RUTH PINAUD and JOANNE BETTENCOURT leave their ability to get along with their teachers to JANICE KASPARIAN. Now you’re sure to get all A’s, Janice. BOB AGEY leaves his thriving paper route to ROGER BEELEY. Keep up the good work and you may be an editor some day! BARBARA STOTT leaves her Saturday nights spent at the Center to CHARLOTTE GALLANT. To BILL CASALE goes BILL ASPINALL’S love for geography. PAT MINIHAN leaves her ability to make people laugh to CAROLYN CLARK. (Ha-ha!) DAVE PALMER and BILL BIRTLES relinquish their scientific knowledge to DOUG WILSON. GERRY DeFUSCO — after some coaxing — leaves her long, curly eyelashes to DOROTHY BELETSKY. KEVIN BURKE, BLAKE ADAMS, and GERRY CORRADINO will keep their school books as neat looking as STANLEY BROWN and PAUL JURKEWIC did. MARCIA ZIGELIS leaves her art of setting lockers to VERA GRYNIEWICZ and CAROL MURPHY. Don’t get caught, girls. GUY McCLELLAN inherits KENNY CHENARD’S and GUY RICHARDS’ ability to make custom cars. Keep them looking good, boys. GEORGIA HAIGHT inherits ANNE GAUDET’S large brown eyes. JOHN CORMIER leaves his soda jerking talents to BARRY SHEA. CAMILLE GILBERTO and BARBARA HASSEY leave their curly, sleek, shiny black hair to VIVIAN AZIZ. To WALTER HUNT and DON BOYLE go HAROLD CRANSTON’S and MARK HENRY’S Gillette Blue Blades. See if you can scrape the rust off them. CYNTHIA LAMPROS leaves her car accident insurance to JUDY OLMS. It’s all paid up, Judy. BILL DEYERMOND and CHARLIE FARO leave to BILL LEE their love for outdoor life. LINDA COHEN leaves her trips to the Dairy Queen to SUSAN PHELAN. Don’t get fat, Sue. HAROLD DAMEROW and DAVE STOTT leave their mathematical minds to PETE BATTA- GLIOLI, NICK KOSTANDIN and JERRY GARNICK. LEETRICE COLE leaves her Problems notebook to JUDY DUDA. To ALFRED BOUSH go BOB DiFALCO’S funny(?) jokes. See if you can get a laugh. MARGARET HAWKES finally leaves her knack for getting into mischief in school to GERALDINE PARAH. BOB ELLIOT, GEORGE WINDLE, and JOHN McINTYRE reluctantly give their reserved seats at Woody’s to BOB LYNCH and MAL NORWOOD. MARGARET LEE leaves her one-man complex to JOANNE CAMPBELL. FRANK WINDLE, RICHARD VENTRILI.O, and HENRY FREDETTE will keep up ED FERGUSON’S love for school. JOANNE BONANNO sadly leaves her favorite subject, spares, to MARY O’CONNELL. To JOHN RANDONE go JOE FORGETTA’S sideburns. MAUREEN McALOON leaves her seat in the detention room to ELIZABETH STILLWELL. The quiet and easy-going ways of VINCENT GEMELLARO go to BOB McLELLAN. Keep it down to a dull roar. WENDY HOUGHTON and LOUISE BODGE leave their many weekend trips to Pease Air Force Base to PAMELA ROY and SANDY GREGOROWICZ. Have fun, girls. BOB SALEMME leaves his old rusty trumpet to WAYNE LAMBERT. DOT WHITTAKER and JOANNE ZEMBA will their height to MARGARET HOSKING and BEVERLEY SCANNELL. SAM ZAPPALA and JOHN KING leave their many sweaters to DENNIS DONOVAN and JIM DAWSON. JOYCE STANGANELLI leaves her long curly hair to SCHARI STIEBITZ. Good luck Schari. Maybe you’ll have it for your graduation. WHIT HASEETON happily gives his favorite seat in detention to TOM SHANN. PAT HARRINGTON and ANN BATTERBURY leave their many stylish clothes to ELEANOR ROBERTS. Now you should look as if you had just walked out of the pages of Seventeen Magazine. DOUG HOWARD leaves his great speed in track to PAUL CARDELLO? ANNE PINAUD leaves he r typing ability to CONNIE WILLIAMS. To DAVID DEWHURST go KEN JOHNSON’S wind tunnel experiments. JOANNE GESING and LINDA BAZIN leave their famous friendship to PAT FORGETTA and PAM NEVINS. RAY GAGNON and PAUL SCHWENKE leave their Chevies to BOB PACKARD. CAROL CASALE leaves her shorthand skills to THERESA deVEBRE and YVONNE ENAIRE. BILLY LaBELLE turns over his dancing crown to JIM WHITTAKER. PATRICIA DORAN is willed CAROL BELANGER’S ability to talk for hours. To NATHAN FOSTER goes PETE LEMIEUX’S favorite hat. PATRICIA ARCARI and MARY SCHRUENDER leave their motto " Ready, Willing, and Able” to MAUREEN CASEY. Put it to good use, Maureen. DAVE TETLER leaves his long trips home to RICHARD RAMSDEN, DONALD FOSS, and DAVID MOORE. JUDY SABIN leaves her hot rod and her book " How Not to Drive an Automobile” to JACQUELINE BEAUDOIN. Beware, North Andover. To JIM HANOVER goes BART LICCIARDI’S political finesse. SALLY DRUMMEY and JEANNINF THIBAULT leave their wide circle of friends to PATRICIA JANCO. AL McGREGOR leaves his " hot Chevie” to anyone in the junior class careless enough to take it. To CAROLE JEAN CAMPIONS go the quiet, ladylike manners of JOYCE HOLLAND. DAN McROBBIE’S red hair goes to FRANK DUSHAME. JACQUELYN PHILBIN inherits VIRGINIA GANEM’S many witty sayings and good humor. CHUCK MERRILL leaves his desire to enter the Marine Corps to SAM GIRGENTI. SHEILA RAMEY sadly parts with her many spares spent in the Guidance Office. However, she is sure that VERA FARO will make good use of them. To JOHN THOMPSON and JIM CRANE goes BILL ROCK’S love for Andover girls. BARBARA LOW inherits GAIL BOLDERSON’S many chauffeur-driven rides to school. JOHN STROBEL leaves his basetball skills to DON STANKATIS. Watch out, Tech Tourney! SUSAN STAMP leaves her theory, " He who laughs last doesn’t understand my joke,” to JANE CAREY. JOE TROMBLY leaves his unique way of getting along with Miss Cook to RONNIE SULLIVAN. On ANN SWASEY, RITA CARROLL bestows her artistic ability. Maybe you’ll be another Rembrandt, Ann. To LEIGHTON DETORA and MIKE SULLIVAN goes JACK VIRR’S and DANNY KAWASH’S love for algebra. ANN MARIE ARCARI leaves her knack for going steady to SARA CLARENBACH. MAL COHEN and AL SNOOK turn over their hot pipes to DON GALLANT. Let’s hear ’em! ARLEEN FLYNN leaves her good looks and gift of gab to GAIL DONNELLY, who is well equipped with both. DICK SANBORN finally turns in his basketball practice shorts, not to the coach but to ADAM MARCINUK, who had a hard time trying to keep his. JUDY FOULDS leaves her love for English to CAROL HOWARTH. DICK FENTON and FRANCIS VYNORIUS leave their many walks with M r. Cushing to JOHN MARTIN and JOE LaVALLO. LINDA CRANE leaves her ability to know the latest to ROSEMARIE CAVALLARO. SHIRLEY FROST and DONNA HAMMOND leave their many brains and wornout books to JUDY BODGE. Now you should be the smartest girl at N.A., Judy. BOB WADDINGTON gives his love for gym to STEVE RABBITO. TOM VENTURA — " He’ll never tell.” SANDRA MALO and LEE HUMPHREYS leave their carefree, easy-going ways to DIANNE McCARTY. ALAN FOSTER leaves his feats on the gridiron to JACK BUTLER. MARCIA MOODY inherits KATHLEEN SCANLON’S and JOANNE DeMARIO’S charm. Use it the best way you know how, Marcia. BOB WOODHOUSE gives his well used lawn mower to DICK HEIDER. ANN PERRUCCIO’S quiet but mischievous ways are inherited by DIANE GAGNE and CAROL MURPHY. To BOB CARROLL go ELWOOD PRATT’S track shoes. CAROL MORSE and ETTA MAY NADEAU will show JOYCE LEE how to tell a joke in a quiet, easy-going manner. Carol and Etta had to go to school to learn, but they’ll teach her out of the kindness of their hearts. JEFFREY KRESS turns over his paper-eating ability to RALPH KANDRUT. Try hard, Ralph. MAID ' GRIFFIN hands down to JILL HIMBER her love for Mr. Hall’s spares. Don’t do anything bad now, Jill; that is, don’t do it if you’re going to get caught. CLARK LEWIS, after some coaxing, is leaving behind his orange socks. MARIAN THOMSON and LINDA CRUDALE leave their school days to MARGARET CAIRNS. Don’t waste them, Margaret. ED MANSEAU leaves his wisecracks in Physics to MIKE KELLAN. To CHARLOTTE BYRON and JOYCE BERUBE goes PAT McDONALD’S love for rock and roll. Do you dig this stuff, girls? DAVID LIVESEY leaves his station wagon to ED DONAHUE. BEVERLY CHAMPION is presented with MARY THROP’S and MILDRED MINARDI’S love for dancing. Central Catholic dances will really hum now. To TOM LEVER goes BILL WHITTAKER’S great talent in the art of throwing the shot put. CAROL BASHAW leaves, together with MARY ANN WAINWRIGHT, a winning smile to JACQUELYN MAGOON and JUDY TWOMBLY. JIM SULLIVAN leaves his thriving taxi service to GEORGE SCHRUENDER. PRISCILLA McANDREW leaves her latest book entitled " How to Hold a Man” to RUTH CURTIS. Watch out, Bart. To DAVE ROBERTS go DICK SLIPKOWSKY’S many days spent golfing. MAUREEN LAIRD will gladly accept JOAN ARTIMOVICH’S and MAUREEN JACQUES’ high position in the Honor Society. Put it to good use, Maureen. TOM CANTONE inherits DENNIS O ' NEIL’S complete wardrobe. JOYCE RENNIE and CAROLE ANDREW, girls of few words, leave to DOLORES BARBA- GALLO and JUDY BELYEA their well-observed rule, " Silence Is Golden.’’ Rules were made to be broken, kids. DICK NEWMAN, JOHN KIRK, and BOB KETTINGER leave their clever methods on the mats to JACK DILENDIK and DONALD GREENWOOD. PEGGY CURTIS sadly leaves her football queen ' s crown to SHARON GALEAZZI or BEVERLY HOYT. DICK SMITH leaves his secret diet to FRANCIS VASELLO and JOHN LONGO? ELAINE GEHRMANN and KATHY D’URSO leave their chronic case of " spring fever” to SHEILA KELLEY. To JOHN TROIA go BOB NICOLOSI’S many French talents. CYNTHIA WATTS and JOAN PELLERIN leave their friendly hellos to ANDREA LODGE and JEAN COFFIN. BERNIE O’KEEFE leaves his skills on the diamond to DON MARKEY. To BEVERLY DOW goes DELIA CANDIANO’S huge appetite. MIKE STEINBERG leaves his thinking powers to LANSON HYDE. KATHY ROBERTS and ELEANOR STANG hand over their many busy days to ISABELLA O’LEARY and EILEEN McALOON. ANDY MOYNIHAN leaves his " shovel” to next year’s physics classes SANDY DeBURRO leaves her quaint little walk to MARGARET MAXWELL. JOHN FRIEL leaves quietly, as he came. NORMA PITMAN wills her sporty, crew-cut boyfriend to JANET STEPHENSON. Don ' t hold your breath, Janet. RUSSELL LORD, JIM LISAUSKAS, and ARTHUR SCANNELL leave their model planes to BOB COLE. DOLORES VERDA leaves her chair as telephone operator to EDITH SMITH. MARGARET MATTRAW leaves her favorite Problems class and favorite Problems teacher to KATHY MURPHY. After relinquishing many of our prized possessions, we bring to a close the will of our memorable class of I960. Wishing everyone luck, Joanne and Jim r i m t m b t«... When Etta, Cyn, Carole, and Norma " attended the opera”? ■; When Marcia fell on her face in Speech? When Maureen was called " Stretch” in Gym? When everyone was using Man-Tan? When someone took Shirks socks in U. S. His¬ tory? When Rocko, Merrill, Smitty and O’Neil were cheerleaders at the rally? When Donna and Bernie did " Honey Bun”? When Sue Stamp threw an orange up in the air and it splattered all over the ceiling in the corridor by Room 18? When Sue could take dictation faster in longhand than the others could in shorthand? When Wendy sprained her ankle in Gym so she could sit and talk to Louise? When Miss Torpey’s room was found dirty? When Rita and Ann hid Mr. Robitaille’s books for three consecutive days? When we played human croquet in Gym? When Kathleen D’Urso, Joanne Gesing, and Elaine Gehrmann were all on the same floor of the same hospital at the same time ? When we were all movie stars? When the seniors made a path from the Caf to Miss Gillen’s office? When everyone wasn’t seen at Woody’s on the weekends? When everyone went to the Barn? When Miss Cook found Ann’s shoe and brought it to the office? When D. A. 4 cut Miss Buckley’s hair during one of its classes? When all the kids from Boxford went to N.A.? When Joanne walked into Bookkeeping wearing her Home Ec. apron and dragging her brother’s football shirt? When Mr. Donovan didn’t come to the 4-4 and 4-6 English classes? When the boys hung mistletoe in the corridors? When the girls took showers in Gym? When there wasn’t anyone in detention? When English 4-2 was eating pickles in class? When Eddie Manseau give up detention for Lent? When Bernie ripped his pants on the chalk tray in U.S. History? When Mike Steinberg got caught eating an apple? When there was a mouse in the French class? Those rides to the basketball games — speech¬ less? ? ? When Millie Minardi took a siesta in History while we were studying the Spanish American War? When the wrestling team pushed its way to Dex¬ ter? When Louise spent a whole spare in the Caf? She was always found in the Athletic Office and was known as Mr. Powers’ right hand man. When Rocko, Sully, John, Crano, Smitty, and Bernie went visiting every week? When the Bermuda Dance was held at Andover High School? When Smitty’s vest popped open during the play? How successful the P.T.S.A. Open House was? When Mr. Hayes accepted a citation and award for the school movie from the State Depart¬ ment of Education and the Massachusetts Secondary School Principals’ Association? When the junior class meeting lasted three periods? When the seniors had the blues? When Margaret Mattraw gave that party? What a time! Key to Baby Pictures (Page 46) 1 — Carole Andrew 2 — Lee Humphreys 2 — Cynthia Watts 4 — Joanne Bonanno 5 — Sandra DeBurro 6 — Dorothy Whittaker 7 — Daniel McRobbie 8 — Elaine Gehrmann 9 — Richard Newman 10 — John Kirk 11 — Mark Henry 12 — Margaret Lee 13 — Judy Pellerin 14 — Etta May Nadeau 15 — Camille Gilberto 16 — Joyce Rennie 17—Judith Sabin 18 — Robert Salemme 19 — John King 20 — Daniel Kawash 21 — Kathy Roberts 22 — Gail Bolderson 23 — Charles Merrill 24 — Robert Nicolosi 25 — Louise Bodge 26 — Leetrice Cole 27 — Mary Schruender 28 — Marian Thomson 29 — Sandra Malo 30 — Richard Smith 31 — Donna Hammond 32 — James Lisauskas 33 — Joan Artimovich 34 — Mary Griffin 35 — Ruth Pinaud 36 — Michael Steinberg 37 — Norma Pitman j SOPHOMORES Sophomore class officers for the year included President Carolyn Andrews Vice-President Diane Fournier Secretary-Treasurer Sharon McComish Sophomore home rooms were represented by Marie Gilberto, Room 11; Nancy LaBelle, Room 34; Bar¬ bara Bresnahan, Room 37; and Rita Thibault, Room 41. Class rings were ordered in April and will be re¬ ceived early this fall. jumofis The following were elected as junior class officers this year: President Adam Marcinuk Vice-President John Dilendik Secretary-Treasurer James Hanover Home room representatives were as follows: Judith Belyea, Room 32; Frank Dushame, Room 35; Andrea Lodge, Room 36; Gail Smith, Room 38; Malcolm Nor¬ wood, Room 39; and Marie Cavallaro, Room 40. Proceeds from the annual Junior-Senior Dance, held in the gym on April 1, were divided between the two upper-class treasuries. ffiESHIDEn The officers of this year’s freshman class were President Richard Steinberg Vice-President Marilyn DiFruscio Secretary-Treasurer Charlene Dilendik The home room representatives were Nancy Caimi, Room 4; Mary Kirk. Room 6; Janet O’Leary, Room 14; and Joyce Gorton, Room 2 a. Congratulations to Stephen Salisbury and Robert Ka- wash, winners of this year’s Brooks School scholarships. 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PHYSICS PROBLEMS OF DEMOCRACY [pWCtLAmRTicri ' S T U D £ n T President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Faculty Advisor council Alan Foster Bartholomew Licciardi Katherine Roberts Marion Grossman MEMBERS Alan Foster Frank Dushame Bartholomew Licciardi Andrea Lodge Katherine Roberts Barbara Bresnahan Kathleen Scanlon Gail Smith Nancy Caimi Malcolm Norwood Mary Kirk Marie Cavallaro Marie Gilberto Rita Thibault Janet O ' Leary Adam Marcinuk Carol Bashaw John Dilendik Robert DiFalco James Elanover Maureen Jacques Carolyn Andrews Joyce Gorton Diane Fournier Etta May Nadeau Sharon McComish Bernard O ' Keefe Richard Steinberg Judith Belyea Charlene Dilendik William Whittaker Marilyn DiFruscio Nancy LaBelle At the beginning of th ; s school year, the Social Calendar Committee of the Student Council made out the social calendar for the school year As in past years. Student Council members continued to render their services at the information desk and also to introduce special guests at school assemblies. The Council also inaugurated the custom of giving a report of each of its meetings to the entire student body over the intercommunications system. A successful dance was sponsored by the Student Council on February 19. Etta May Nadeau, Katherine Roberts, Nancy Caimi, and Nancy LaBeHe represented the North Andover Student Council at a convention of the Eastern Massachusetts Division of Student Councils. For the second year in succession, the Student Council held a scholarship drive. Because of the success of the drive, the Council voted to award scholarships to two members of the graduating class this year. President Vice-President Secretary-T reasurer Council Members Faculty Advisor nos sociETy Joseph Trombly Donna Hammond Margaret Mattraw Maureen Jacques, Shirley Frost Irene E. Cook MEMBERS Joseph Trombly Joan Artimovich Donna Hammond Dolores Verda Margaret Mattraw Janet Stephenson Maureen Jacques Gloria Luceri Katherine Roberts Joyce Berube Eleanor Stang Gerry DeFusco Shirley Frost Joyce Rennie Camille Gilberto William Rock Harold Damerow Margaret Curtis JoAnne DeMario Sally Drummey Margaret Hosking Rita Carroll Lenore Igo Patricia Harrington Catherine Ceplikas David Stott Carole Zimny Cynthia Watts Maureen Laird Marian Thomson Vincent Gemellaro Kathleen Scanlon Patricia Janco On November 24, the senior members of the Society attended a joint meeting, made up of representatives from several high school Honor Societies in this area, at Haverhill High School. Joseph Trombly, North Andover Honor Society president, took part in a panel discussion at this meeting. This year, as in the past, the members of the Society assisted Miss Cook with the work of the school library. The Society sponsored its annual dance on May 6. During the year, the group gave a donation to the Photography Club to aid it in the completion of its film about North Andover High School. The Society also contributed twenty- five dollars to the school library toward books to be bought during the coming school year. At graduation exercises, the Honor Society awarded twenty dollars to the senior student who had maintained the highest average in English during his four years in high school. UIGHT STflff Co-Editors Chairmen of Biographers Art Editors Photography Editors Business Managers Margaret Mattraw, Donna Hammond Eleanor Stang, Geraldine DeFusco, Katherine Roberts William Rock, Carol Casale, Rita Carroll Arleen Flynn, Susan Stamp Judith Foulds, Patricia Arcari, Richard Slipkowsky, Robert Agey BIOGRAPHERS Cynthia Lampros J oyce Holland Sandra DeBurro Kathleen Scanlon Priscilla McAndrew Linda Bazin Ann Batterbury Joyce Rennie Patricia Harrington Marcia Zigelis Linda Crane REPORTERS Etta May Nadeau Maryanne Throp Dorothy Whittaker Mary Ann Wainwright Margaret Hawkes Margaret Lee John King Mary Schruender Carole Andrew Barbara Hassey Joanne Gesing Special Features — Shirley Frost, Richard Smith, Sally Drummey, Wendy Houghton Girls’ Sports — Cynthia Watts, Margaret Curtis Boys’ Sports — Bernard O ' Keefe, Daniel Kawash Classes and Activities — Maureen Jacques, Camille Gilberto PICTURE COMMITTEE Jeannine Thibault Linda Crudale Patricia Arcari Louise Bodge Mary Griffin Sheila Ramey Joyce Stanganelli Mildred Minardi Lee Humphreys Sandra Malo Ann Perruccio Joanne Bonanno Patricia McDonald Joanne Bettencourt FACULTY ADVISOR Ann Marie Arcari Carol Bashaw Patricia Minihan Anne Pinaud Carol Belanger Gail Bolderson Ruth Ann Mooradkanian The Knight staff sponsored its annual dance in the school gym on January 8. During the February vacation, staff members held a bakery sale at a local business establishment. The money raised at these two events was used to defray the costs of this year’s yearbook. HIGH-LITES STflff Editor-in-Chief Literary Editor News Editor Exchange Editor Humor Editor Sports Editor Daniel Kawash Marie Cavallaro Eleanor Roberts Judith Duda Janet Nicolosi Carole Zimny Chief Proofreader Art Editor Circulation Head Advertising Manager Business Manager Donna Hammond Richard Smith Patricia Janco Beverly Hoyt Shirley Frost Daniel McRobbie LITERARY DEPARTMENT Marsha Greenwood Susan Rea NEWS DEPARTMENT Sara Henry Carole Jean Campione Ann Marie Arcari Carolyn Phelan Joyce Berube Linda McKee Darlene Richards Marie Gilberto Camille Gilberto Barbara Bresnahan EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT Nancy LaBelle HUMOR DEPARTMENT Margaret Lee Joyce Berube Linda Crane Cynthia Lampros Sally Drummey Ruth Curtis SPORTS DEPARTMENT Paula Graham Boys’ Sports PROOFREADERS Pauline Pelczar Mary Murphy Gail Smith Eleanor Stang ART DEPARTMENT Susan Phelan Richard Fenton ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Ruth Pinaud Robert Packard Raymond Minardi Ann Perruccio Patricia McDonald BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Olms Margaret Cairns TYPISTS Senior Typing Class PHOTOGRAPHY Photography Club Members FACULTY ADVISORS Mary Bailey Ray Douglass Secretary to Advisor Patricia Minihan Press Gloria Luceri William Rock Schari Stiebitz Mildred Minardi Margaret Mattraw Elizabeth Stillwell Margaret Curtis Sandra DeBurro Maureen Jacques Girls’ Sports Katherine Roberts Eleanor Roberts Marcia Moody Carol Howarth John King Thomas Chappell Gerry DeFusco Carolyn Nelson Patrese O’Brien Mary Griffin Judith Belyea Etta M ay Nadeau Mary Ann Wainwright Harold Cranston Mary Lou Doran Judith Duda Nancy Ackroyd Margaret Hawkes Carol Casale Judith Clark Lewis Liaison Frank Dushame ' i¥aCtdeity ' pon. .auend (Produced by special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc.) A Rollicking Comedy by Ronald Alexander Produced and Directed by james w. McDonald Presented April 8 and 9, I960 CAST ■ (In Order of their Appearance) Alary Dean . Robert Dean, her husband . Betsy Dean, their youngest daughter . Connie McDougal, Mr. Dean’s sister . Joe McDougal, her husband . Maid . Margaret Dean, the older daughter . Paul G ' -tta’in, Betsy’s boyfriend . Henri Berchat, Margaret’s piano teacher . UNDERSTUDIES Alary Dean ... Betsy Dean ... Connie McDo ugal . Maid . Margaret Dean . COMMITTEES Secretaries to the Producer Carol Casale, Joyce Holland Stage Manager John Thomson Scenery and Lighting Wardrobe Prompters William LaBelle Marcia Zigelis Carole Andrew James Lisauskas Cynthia Lampros Maureen Jacques Stephen Broderick Rosemary Zappala Joan Lebow Nicholas Kostandin Properties Marcia Moody Hugh Lee Louise Bodge Robert Woodhouse Margaret Hawkes Arthur Roberts Gail Aziz Patricia Angeloro USHERETTES Linda Crane Jean Coffin Beverly Scannell Jeannine Thibault Andrea Lodge Susan Stamp Susan Schorman Kathleen Scanlon ...Donna Hammond . Bernard O’Keefe . Carol Stahley . Margaret Cairns . Richard Smith Priscilla Me Andrew . Judith Duda . Daniel Kawash . Thomas Chappell ...Jeannette Lambert ...Rosemary Zappala . Sheila Kelley ...Jean nine Thibault . Nancy LaBelle ? «£ » msrm fifo ! 4 Z‘i |P J zwmti ■ ' ' -mm -w% _ SHI , j . W- r - 1 fi- fc _ ZB r [ v V i Science Club ► President Kenneth Johnson Vice-President Douglas Wilson T reasurer Harold Damerow Faculty Advisors Vincent C. Foderaro, Thomas L. Regan MEMBERS Joyce Berube David Palmer Alfred Boush William LaBelle Paul Ventura Daniel Breen Robert Coppeta Cheryl Lewis Lee Ross The Science Club put on its third annual Science Fair in March in our high school cafeteria. David Palmer won first prize for his basic rocket and ram-jet design exhibit; Douglas Wilson, second prize for his exhibit explaining the computation of dediacs per second; and Kenneth Johnson, third prize for his construction and explanation of a supersonic wind tunnel. Douglas Wilson also won top prize in the mathematics division at Technorama IV, science fair for Merrimack Valley high schools, held at Lowell Technological Institute in April. He received a savings bond, a gold medal, and a plaque for our school, as well as a certificate from the U.S. Air Force for his ability in electronics. He represented the Lowell Technorama at the Massachusetts State Fair at MIT, where he won second prize with his exhibit. In May, at the first annual mathematics fair held by Assumption Preparatory School in Worcester, Douglas won third prize with his Dediac II computer. David Palmer, who won top honors at the eleventh annual Massachusetts State Fair held at MIT with his exhibit " Instrumentation and Advanced Power System for Missiles,” represented our state at the New England Science Fair held in May at the Boston Museum of Science. M Dramatic Club Membership in the Dramatic Club, a new club this year, was open to all students in the high school. Members of the club took part in the annual school play and various assembly programs during the year, including a Christmas program. Meetings were held regularly during the preparatory stages of the various dramatic productions. James W. McDonald, director of dramatics, was the faculty advisor. ◄ Photography Club Richard Kort Paul Stansel President V ice-President Treasurer Facu lty Advisor Douglas Wilson Edward Donahue Paul Hargis John R. Robinson MEMBERS Douglas Wilson Edward Donahue Lee Ross Paul Ventura Paul Hargis Stephen Salisbury In February, the Photography Club proudly presented the premier showing of its film of North Andover High School. This sixteen millimeter sound and color film was the result of two years of hard work, for which the group received a citation and award from the State Department of Education and the Massachusetts Secondary School Principals ' Association. John Thompson, William Rock, John Strobel, Eleanor Stang, Donna Hammond, and Michael Broderick also par¬ ticipated in the production, which was under the joint direction of faculty advisors John Robinson and James McDonald. In addition to this major project, the club supplied pictures for the High-Lites, the school magazine, and Inside North Andover Schools, the school department bulletin. A dance, held on September 25, helped provide for the expenses of the group. BAD Flutes Marlene Dilendik Margaret Hosking Janet Smith Alto Saxophones Mark Henry Jane Holland Tenor Saxophones Judith Belyea Charlene Dilendik Trombones Sara Henry Sheila Ramey Beverley Scannell Richard Steinberg Concertmistress Drum Majorette Director MEMBERS Clarinets Carole Jean Campione Deidra Didell Judith Duda Richard Dufresne Phillips Henderson Mary Moore Karleen Smith Paul Stansel Elizabeth Stillwell Sousaphone Stanley Sienko Judith Duda Kathleen Scanlon C. Weston Noyes Cornets and Trumpets Mary Hosking Wayne Lambert Carol Murphy John Newman William Pickles Bell Lyra Carol Rigoli Percussion D. Carol Giard Darlene Richards Stephen Salisbury Kathleen Scanlon Joanne Zemba Horn Frances Darveau COLOR GUARD Alfred Boush Douglas Mealey Paul Hargis Raymond Minardi Patrick Barry John Robinson, Instructor Throughout the school year the band played at football games and rallies, and marched in several local parades. The group was given honorable mention and a gold certificate for its performance in the annual Christmas parade in Lawrence. The band also presented a musical program for the school at Christmas, and took part in the annual spring concert of the North Andover school system in May. Also in May, the band presented a program at Pentucket Regional High School and took part in a band workshop at Chelmsford, as well as performing at an auditions festival and parade in Woburn. On April 2, Judith Duda represented the band at the New England School Music Festival held at Plainville, Connecticut. Judy won a medal at this festival for her performance on the solo clarinet. She was accompanied on the piano by Margaret Hosking. ?n|i| TO VICTORY WITH SCARLET KNIGHT ◄ Girls’ Field Hockey Captain Etta May Nadeau Manager Mildred Minardi Coach Mildred Dimlich Joyce Rennie Etta May Nadeau Margaret Mattraw Marcia Zigelis Cynthia Watts Donna Kress Katherine Roberts Nancy O ' Connor Joan Schruender Cynthia Lampros Natalie Medici Bonnie King Susan Phelan Jane Phelan The hockey team’s record this year was two wins, five losses, and one tie. Etta May Nadeau was high scorer with three goals. Joyce Rennie and Margaret Mattraw also broke into the scoring column. Girls’ Basketball Co-Captains Managers Coach Cynthia Watts, Margaret Mattraw Priscilla McAndrew, Norma Pitman Claire Sullivan Cynthia Watts Joanne Zemba Etta May Nadeau Margaret Mattraw Gail Smith Carol Bashaw Judith Twombly Charlotte Byron Natalie Medici Judith Belyea Beverley Scannell Janice Kasparian Bonnie King The basketball team won six and lost six of its Lowell Suburban League games. It tied with Chelms¬ ford for third place in the League. Margaret Mattraw, with 205 points, had the highest individual score for the year. Etta May Nadeau with 28 points in one game, was the highest scoring individual in any one contest. High scorers for the team included Etta May Nadeau, with 151 points for the season; Joanne Zemba, with 128; and Charlotte Byron, with 100. Etta May Nadeau and Cynthia Watts represented the team in the All-Star game played at Chelmsford. In March the team conducted its annual Girls’ Bas¬ ketball Dance, preceded by a game between the boys’ and girls’ varsity, during which the boys were required to wear handcuffs and stockings on their hands. Cheerleaders This year Eleanor Stang served as head cheerleader. Sally Drummey, Geraldine DeFusco, Linda Crane, Patricia Minihan, Barbara Bresnahan, Margaret Curtis, Mary Schruender, Margaret Lee, and Jeannine Thibault comprised the rest of the cheering squad. During the season the girls cheered at all football and basketball games and held several successful rallies before important contests. New cheering uniforms for the basket¬ ball season were purchased with proceeds from a combined exhibition and dance, held on October 22 in our gym, in which cheerleaders from North Andover, Andover, and Methuen participated. The cheerleaders also bought white megaphone emblems, with the initials N.A. upon them, to sew on their uniforms. Majorettes The following girls served as majorettes this year: Leetrice Cole, Joyce Holland, Georgia Haight, Maureen Laird, Constance Williams, Carolyn Clark, Carolyn Nelson, Loralyn Gillan, Mary Northam, and Joan Artimovich, leader of the group. The girls are under the able direction of Clarence F. Mosher. The majorettes appeared at all of the football games and also at the annual rally before the Thanksgiving Day football game. They also took part in several local parades and a music festival held on May 7. Basketball ► Captain Manager Coach Richard Sanborn James Whittaker William Whittaker David Roberts Donald Stankatis Alan Foster Alexander McGregor John Strobel James Sullivan Wilfred Robitaille Bartholomew Licciardi John Moran Patrick Barry Noel Beaudoin Richard Moynihan Jack Butler Thomas Shann The Knights, under the direction of Coach Robitaille, enjoyed a highly successful season, compiling a 17-6 record. Under the leadership of Lowell Suburban League Star Center John Strobel, who pumped 286 points through the hoop in thirteen League contests, the North Andover five extended its un¬ beaten string in League play to fifty-three games before being dumped by Dracut, 52-45. The N.A. cagers regained the Little Three crown from Methuen this year by nipping the Rangers 47-45 and 52-51, and tripping Andover 58-42 to avenge an earlier 63-42 setback. A 71-70 loss to Chelmsford cost the team its fifth consecutive Lowell Suburban League title. Both the varsity and freshman teams were represented in the Tech Tourney, the varsity being defeated by Wareham in a preliminary contest and the freshmen reaching the semi-finals. ◄ Football Alan Foster, Mark Henry Bernard O ' Keefe Howard Crozier Bartholomew Licciardi John Dilendik Jack Butler Donald Stankatis Richard Sanborn George Schruender Richard Moynihan Frank Dushame Thomas Shann Richard Newman James Lisauskas After being shut out in their first two games 38-0 and 26-0, at the hands of Lynnfield and Dracut, the Scarlet Knights came back strong, behind Little Three All-Stars A1 Foster and Bill Whit¬ taker, to gain the Little Three crown. Methuen was whitewashed 14-0 and Andover was tied 6-6 by the North Andover eleven at the Thanksgiving Day classic. Alan Foster was honored by being unanimously chosen as the outstanding quarterback in the Lowell Suburban League. Hopes are high for the ’60-’6l campaign with nine lettermen, headed by Captain-Elect Paul Cardello, returning to the gridiron wars. The Knights compiled an overall record of 4-4-1. Co-Captains Manager Coach John Kirk Donald Greenwood Adam Marcinuk Andrew Moynihan Douglas Howard William Whittaker Paul Cardello James Hanover Robert Kettinger Noel Beaudoin ◄ Baseball John Strobel, Alan Foster Gerald Sanford George Lee Adam Marcinuk Jack Butler Richard Moynihan David Roberts Edward Bishop Thomas Shann Our baseball team enjoyed a highly successful season for the second consecutive year. Coach George Lee’s charges gained two victories over Andover and two over Methuen to regain the Little Three title. Andover was defeated 7-3 by John Strobel and 5-2 on Dick Sanborn’s one- hitter. Strobel defeated Methuen 6-0 and A1 Foster whipped the Rangers 6-3. A 7-2 victory over Wilmington retained the Lowell Suburban League championship for us. However, we were beaten by Woburn in the Eastern Mass. Tourney quarter-finals. The overall record for the Scarlet and Black was 14-4. Co-Captains Manager Coach Richard Sanborn Bartholomew Licciardi Richard Slipkowsky Bernard O ' Keefe James Hanover Wrestling I mm txmin 1C- y t %rR V l nm Of TK ORT ANOOV :,AMOOVCR ottr jKOOVfS A 1 i m4 f r ' f ife ' " , Captain Coach Donald Greenwood Douglas Howard Robert Kettinger John Dilendik John Kirk Richard Newman John Ingram Elwood Cobbett Robert Carroll Robert Cole Donald Greenwood Howard Crozier Raymond Minardi William Deyermond Ralph Zahn Charles Faro Samuel Furnari Richard Whittaker Harold Cranston Alfred Snook Ronald Ludvig Noel Beaudoin In their first year of varsity wrestling, the North Andover matmen fought their way to a very re¬ spectable 4-4-1 record. This included a double vic¬ tory over Ipswich High and single wins over Groton and a highly-rated Needham team. North Andover also participated in the Y.M C.A. Greater Lawrence meet in which John Dilendik brought home, for the second year in a row, a first place in the 137 lb. class. Elwood Cobbett, John Ingram, Richard Whittaker, and Donald Greenwood took second honors; and Richard Newman, a third place. As an added attraction of the season, North An¬ dover met with Dexter, Maine. N.A. ' s outstanding wrestler in the Dexter meet was Donald Greenwood. Track Co-Captains Douglas Howard, Elwood Pratt Manager Edward Donahue Assistant Manager Paul Hargis Coach Howard Crozier LETTERMEN Douglas Howard Elwood Pratt Robert Carroll John Dilendik James Crane Charles Vose Lanson Hyde Joseph Forgetta James Whittaker William Whittaker Paul Cardello William Arsenault William Deyermond James Lisauskas The North Andover track team compiled a record of four wins and two losses during its I960 season. The boys gained third place in both the League meet and the Little Three meet, running against some tough competition. 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