North Andover High School - Knight Yearbook (North Andover, MA)
- Class of 1962
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A i I 4 4 h 6 ■ ' r: Wr - H| r H -; ± rm- ._ 4 ■■ 4%T " i v »■’ . " SKm. - m f -4 ’jw • ♦ • ' ■if ’ 1962 The KNIGHT NORTH ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL North Andover, Massachusetts DOUGLAS A. CHANDLER Superintendent of Schools ADMINISTRATION 2 ALVAH G. HAYES Principal FACULTY MARGARET E. BROWN English Boston University, A.B. " It’s all in the cards.” EDWARD J. BUCKLEY English, French Boston College, B.S. " My little idiots.” MARY A. BUCKLEY Homemaking Regis College, B.S. " Oh, Junior.” OLIVE BUTLER Art Massachusetts School of Art, B.S.; Suffolk University, M.Ed. " Draw large and use a lot of color.” HOWARD E. CROZIER Director of Physical Education and Athletics, Physical Education, Football, Track, and Wrestling Coach Springfield College, B.S., M.Ed. " You’re the worst looking group of kids I’ve seen all day.” MILDRED E. DIMLICH Physical Education, Girls’ Field Hockey Coach, Advisor to Cheerleaders Posse-Nissen School of Physical Education " Good hot soapy showers, girls.” MARGARET M. DONLAN Latin, Algebra Boston University, A.B., M.Ed. " You just plain have to learn them.” JOHN V. DONOVAN Assistant Principal, Chairman of English Department, English Boston College, A.B., A.M. " There’s somebody here who’s not happy.” 3 FAC VINCENT C. FODERARO Biology, Guidance Councelor Suffolk University, A.B., M.A. " Hi, how are ya.” ARTHUR H. FORGETTA Algebra, Advanced Mathematics Tufts University, B.S. " Now class.” MADELINE M. GILLEN Director of Guidance University of Maine, A.B.; Boston University, M.A. " A beautiful campus.” MARION S. GROSSMAN Typewriting, Stenography Salem State Teachers College, B.S.; in Ed., Boston University, M.Ed. " You aren’t sitting up straight.” ARTHUR P. HALL English, Latin, Russian Boston University, A.B. " You might say ...” ARTHUR J. HAMEL Chemistry, Algebra, General Science, Assistant Baseball Coach St. Anselm ' s College, A.B.; Boston State Teachers College " I’m no artist; just use your imagination.” JAMES L. HILLS Industrial Arts, Mechanical Drawing, Assistant Coach in Football and Basketball Fitchburg State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. " Watch your fingers, boys.” 4 U L T Y LEWIS J. HULL Librarian, High-Lites, Advisor Boston University, B. Mus., M.A. " All right now.” JAMES L. KEEGAN English Kenyon College, A.B. " OK, gang let’s go.” GEORGE F. LEE Biology, Consumer Education, Baseball Coach, and Assistant Football Coach St. Anselm’s College, A.B. " You know me—efficient—Lee.” ROBERT C. LICARE Civics, Problems of Democracy, Basketball Coach Boston University, B.S., M.Ed. " Let’s see now.” JOSEPH F. LYNCH Plane Geometry, Algebra, General Science College of the Holy Cross, B.S. " Oh, my aching Irish head.” james w. McDonald Speech, Speech Therapy, English, Director of School Play, Driver Education Emerson College, B.L.I. " Ever think of using the brake?” LUCY MEDAGLIA French University of Pennsylvania, B.S. in Ed., M.A. " Silence-la-bas.” 5 nMf CLARENCE F. MOSHER, JR. Music New England Conservatory of Music, B. Mus.; Columbia University, M.A. in Ed. Administration " Who was that I saw you walking home with last night?” FAC ALICE M. NEAL Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Bookkeeper for North Andover School Lunch Program Boston University, B.S.S., M.Ed. " Girls don’t talk now, you wouldn’t do that in an office.” C. WESTON NOYES Director of Band and Boys’ Chorus New England Conservatory of Music, B. Mus. " It’s getting kind of noisey in here.” ALBERT F. PERRAULT, JR. Civics, Problems of Democracy Holy Cross, B.S. Boston College, M.A. " Have I told you this one before?” THOMAS F. POWERS History, Civics, Business Manager of Athletics Tufts University, A.B., M.Ed. " Part and parcel ...” THOMAS L. REGAN Physics, Chemistry, Algebra Providence College, B.S. Salem State Teachers College, M.Ed. " I never give tests; just quizzes.” JOHN R. ROBINSON General Science Boston University, A.A., B.S. " You now owe me two minutes.” 6 U L T Y ROBERT B. ROACH History, Biology Suffolk University, B.A. " Gentlemen . . . and such.” KATHERINE C. SHERIDAN History, Geography Boston University, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. " Shh.” HARWOOD A. STEELE Typewriting, Junior Business, Bookkeeping Husson College University of Maine, B.S. in Com. Ed. " People, you made another guf.” ROBERT J. SULLIVAN General Science, Consumer Education, Algebra Holy Cross, B.S. " Get in there and knock their teeth out.” JAMES W. THOMSON Crafts, Driver Education, English Massachusetts State College, B.S. in Ed.; Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Fitchburg State Teachers College, M.Ed.; Suffolk University; Calvin Coolidge College, Ed.D. " That’s a douzzy.” CLAIRE T. TORPEY Office Practice, Stenography, Junior Business Training Salem State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. " Now people really and truly.” ANN M. WHARTON English, Yearbook Advisor Tufts University, B.A. " Oh, golly ...” 7 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President: John Moran Vice President: Frances Dugan Secretary-Treasurer: John Murphy 8 RICHARD ADAMS ' Dick” Real clown . . . easy-going . . . gets along well with everyone . . . rugged build . . . always manages to keep those around him laughing. Wrestling 3, 4; Skin div¬ ing 3, 4. JOHN ARRIGO Never lets a laugh go by . . . hates to be silent in the caf . . . will take anyone up on any point ... in on every plan. NANCY ACKROYD That Dresden China look . . . quiet and ladylike . . . usu¬ ally seen in the Athletic Office . . . always hungry . . . sure to make someone a wonderful secretary. Dramatics Club 4; High- Lites Staff 2, 3. THOMAS ANGELORO « T» » Tom Happy-go-lucky Redhead . . . loves to tease . . . whiz at chemistry . . . terrific swimmer . . . not a care in the world . . . great guy to know. Track 3. CAROLYN ANDREWS Always ready to help out . . . has tremendous spirit . . . like lightning on the hockey field . . . cute as a pixie . . . What would you do without skis, Carolyn ? Student Council 1,2; Class President 2; Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; (Co-Capt.) Basket¬ ball 1, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Soft Ball 1,2; Dramatics Club 4; High-Lites Staff 3; Knight Staff 4. WILLIAM ARSENAULT " Bill” Well dressed . . . great an¬ swer . . . avid conversation¬ alist . . . speedy on the track . . . skilled with a rod and a gun. Track 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3. 10 PATRICK BARRY " Pat’; Serious and polite . . . willing helper . . . hole in one at A. C. C.!! . . . really gets those rebounds in a basketball game. Baseball 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 1. NOEL BEAUDOIN Power plus . . . tremendous appetite . . . always ready to lend a hand . . . hold that line! . . . ever see Noel walk¬ ing? Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co¬ captain); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Base¬ ball 1, 2; Track 3, 4. JOHN BETTENCOURT " Jack” Light-hearted . . . paper air¬ planes . . . never seen with more than one book . . . great luck with cars. . . best wishes, Jack! Football 1. DOROTHY JEAN BOUSH " Jean” Nice friend to have . . . loves to drive . . . always a smile and a good word for every¬ one . . . sincere . . . will sure¬ ly get along in the world. Majorettes 3. Keep busy! He’s looking! BARBARA BRESNAHAN " Barb” Sparkling personality . . . keeps any study lively . . . busy social life . . . never for¬ get you as our peppy, head cheerleader, Barbara. Class Vice-President 1; Class Secretary-Treasurer 3; Student Council 1, 2, 3; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 (Captain 3, 4); Prom Committee 3; High-Lites 2; Knight Staff 4; Football Queen’s Attendant 4. JEAN BRIGHTMAN " Let’s go to Woody’s” . . . all kinds of nicknames . . . a terror behind the wheel . . . not an enemy in the world. STEPHEN BRODERICK Tiger A true tiger—with the girls . . . active member in the 2:30 club . . . how do you spend your Sunday nights, Steve? . . . the Casanova of N. A. H. S. Track 2, 4; School Play 2. Let me have it, my mother’s in the stands. LOIS BUCHANAN " Bunny” Loves Boston . . . crazy sense of humor . . . Central . . . Sandy’s other half . . . why do you like Problems, Lois? High-Lites 2, 3; Softball 3; Dramatic Club 4. SHIRLEY CARDOZA " Shirl” A real swingin’ Barn enthu¬ siast . .. Princess at the Cheer¬ leaders’ Hop . . . how about those gym classes, Shirl?-. . . can usually be found in the office practice room. High-Lites 3. Can always be found at the Dairy Queen ... a wonder on the wrestling mat. . . loves school (?) . . . always seen at the school dances . . . curly hair. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. CATHERINE CEPLIKAS " Cathy” Golden-red hair . . . million- dollar smile . . . proficient at anything she does . . . tactful . . . asset to the cheering line ... A plus personality. Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Pres¬ ident) ; High-Lites Staff 2, 3, (Exchange Editor); Cheer¬ leader 3, 4; Knight Staff (Co- Editor); Prom Committee 3 TOTEN COMAS Suave and debonair . . . win¬ ning ways with the fairer sex . . . keen sense of humor . . . " I don’t think so” ... a fu¬ ture in chemical engineering. Math Club 3, 4; Baseball 3; Football 4. JOHN CHAISSON " Jake” Loves to bomb around in his car . . . always watching the clock . . . where do you go after school, Jake? . . . Mr. Donovan’s favorite decoration for the caf walls. Baseball 3; Basketball 2; Student Council 4. ADOLFO COMAS Added a spark of life by com¬ ing to N.A. . . . life of any party . . . smooth dancer . . . swinging guitar player . . . enjoys Bacardi cocktails occa¬ sionally. Math Club 3, 4; Baseball 3; Football 4. 13 CLIFFORD CURRIER " Cliff” Easy-going . . . likes all sports . . . " Good Thinking” . . . well liked by all . . . general fun lover. DANIEL DAY " Dan” Spends his week-ends moun¬ tain-climbing . . . faithful to scouts . . . interested in sci¬ ence . . . diligent worker on any project. Honor Society 3, 4; Band 1; Football 1; Baseball 1, 2; Basketball 2. ROGER CURTIS Can usually be found in the Caf. with the boys before school . . . always can be sure of a few laughs with Roger. MARY LOU DONAHUE Very attractive with expres¬ sive eyes . . . energetic . . . outstanding posters ... do you really need six caddies for 18 holes? Class Secretary Treasurer 1; Knight Staff 4; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; High-Lites Staff 3; Honor Society 4; Scholastic Achievement Award 4. WILLIAM DALY " Bill” Snappy with a camera . . . avid basketball fan . . . quiet but pleasing to all . . . bound for pharmacy school. MARY LOU DORAN As talkative as can be . . . wavy red hair . . . contagious giggle . . . usually seen with Jeannie, Mary, and Joan. High Lites 1, 2, 3; Knight Staff 4. 14 RICHARD DUFRESNE Quiet but amiable . . . many long hikes in the mountains . . . rock ’n roll, folk songs . . . never has a bad word for anyone or anything. FRANCIS DUGAN " Dixie” Perfection at mischief . . . never serious . . . likes girls, football and girls . . . spends much time at the Center. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3; Student Council 2, 4; Class Vice President 4. MARY DUGAN As nice as can be . . . always has a supply of candy in spares . . . sweet and petite . . . a sure success in the busi¬ ness world. High Lites 3; Knight Staff 4; Graduation Decoration Committee 3. JOSEPH FINOCCHIARIO " Sarp” Interest in plumbing . . . good natured and always ready with a smile . . . aim¬ ing for the service. DAVID FOULDS " Porky, Jr.” Mad about cars ... a whiz on hockey skates . . . sleepy, calm look . . . what’s brew¬ ing in your mind now, Dave? Football 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1; Hockey 2, 3, 4. DIANE FOURNIER " Mike” Devoted cheerleader with an unforgettable voice . Brownie Bar diets . . . heads for dates in full battle array. High Lites 2; Student Council Vice President 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; Football Court 4. JOAN GAILEY Every hair in place . . . bang- ly jewelry and perfume . . . enjoys chorus . . . never will be without boys. Knight Staff. MARIE GILBERTO Curly black hair . . . dances at Central . . . ready for par¬ ties . . . best of luck in the future. High Lites 1, 2, 3; Knight Staff 4; Student Council 2; Softball 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3; Honor Society 1, 2. DIANNE GEBELEIN " Gabby” Pretty hair . . . graceful . . . asset to the Dramatics Club . . . trunk full of sweaters . . . always seen walking to¬ ward Stevie’s. Majorette 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; School Plays 3. CAROL GLENDINNING Meticulous about her appear¬ ance . . . unique giggle . . . will eat any time . . . sure to be precise in her secretarial work. Majorette 4; Student Coun¬ cil 3. DOROTHY CAROL GIARD " Carol” Heart of gold . . . storehouse of smiles . . . majorette with a lot of pep . . . loves to ride horses. Majorette 4; Softball 1; Basketball 1, 4; Band 1, 2, 3. JUNE GOODHUE " Blondie” Enviable blond hair . . . usu¬ ally seen driving Dave’s Ford . . . her remarkable artistic ability is an asset to many school activities . . . what’s that sparkling on your fourth finger ? Art Club; Dramatic Club 4; Prom Committee 3. 17 PAULA GRAHAM " Paul” or " Graham-cracker” Peachers ' n’ cream complex¬ ion . . . likes to water ski . . . sunny smile and frequent laughter . . . chatterbox . . . a future nurse who will keep patients cheery. Field Hockey 1; Basketball 1; Softball 1; Majorettes 4; High Lites 1. JOHN GRYNEWICZ Startling blue eyes . . . flirt . . . mathematical mind . . . witty remarks under his breath . . . really nice. Student Council 4; Math Club 4; Football 1,4; Wrest¬ ling 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2. MARIA GRASSO " Shorty” Pint-sized bundle of energy . . . always makes her presence known . . . dances and talks up a storm . . . " Hey” . . . Have fun always, Maria. High Lites Staff. PHILLIPS HENDERSON “Flip” Good-looking! . . . cool sax in the " Swinging Saints” . . . at every game and yelling, too . . . proves his point in any discussion . . . serious goals. Band 1, 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3- JANE HOLLAND " Stretch” Talks on any subject v . . joker and back-slapper . . . goes all out for horseback riding and basketball . . . Where did you get that nickname? Band 1, 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3; Knight Staff 4 (Art Edi¬ tor). MARSHA GREENWOOD " Marsh” A joke for every occasion . . . well used cottage at the beach . . . chickens scurry when Mar¬ sha’s at the wheel . . . keeps things jumping . . . one nice person to know. Basketball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3; Softball 2; Dramatics Club 3, 4; High Lites Staff 2; Knight Staff 4. 18 VIRGINIA HUTCHINS Ginny Small and bouncy . . . nice complexion and pretty eyes . . . boating and skiing are favorite activities . . . gives lots of good advice . . . one swell senior. V : % 4 ■ - BONNIE KING " Bon” Terrific tease . . . shows prow¬ ess on the basketball court . . . second home: Boston Hill . . . raring to go . . . good- hearted . . . How’s your golf game, Bonnie? Softball 1, 2; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-captain); High Lites 3‘ JOHN INGRAM " Johnny” Fierce on the wrestling mat . . . at home wearing goggles and fins . . . many girls . . . boyish grin . . . Anchors Aweigh! Basketball 1; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Skin-diving Club 3. KATHRYN KERSHAW " Kate” A friend, indeed . . . quick speeches in speech class . . . drawings of cars . . . long fingernails . . . cries at sad movies . . . best wishes for a happy future, Kate! What, you don’t want to join the Math Club ? FRANCIS KOZDRAS " Frank” Good physique . . . strong, silent type . . . gentleman . . . hard-working and dependable in everything he does " . . . will make a place for himself in life. Track. NANCY LABELLE " Nanc” Stylish hairdos . . . goes all out . . . another P. J. party! . . . boys, boys, boys . . . Could you live without danc¬ ing, Nanc? Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; High Lites 2; Knight Staff 4; Basketball 2; School Play 3; After-Prom Committee 3; Student Council 2. MICHAEL LAMPROS " Mike” Always smiling . . . " Where’s Slim?” . . . liked by all . . . contagious spirit of friendli¬ ness . . . not one to waste time worrying. Football 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. Have you Prepared this? JO ANNE LEE " Jo” Over-all beauty highlighted by a flashing $fnile . . . lovely wardrobe ... a cheerleader who deserves a cheer herself . . . cool, calm, and collected. Basketball 2; Student Coun¬ cil 4; Football Queen’s At¬ tendant 4; High Lites 2; Cheerleader 3, 4. JOHN MORAN Exceptional all around . . . boosts team morale . . . popu¬ lar with everyone . . . Let’s see that ball go swish! President Senior Class 4; President Student Council 4; Honor Society 3, 4 (Coun¬ cilor) ; Football 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Baseball 1, 2; Track 3, 4 (Co-captain); Math Club 4; Brotherhood Representative 4; Scholastic Achievement Award 4. james McCarthy " Mac” Outgoing . . . familiar with the detention room ... al¬ ways dancing with a different girl . . . carefree as a breeze . . . adds to the fun. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3. JOYCE LEVESQUE Nice to everyone . . . fond of sewing and ceramics . . . may you achieve success as an interior decorator. Dramatic Club 4. SHARON McCOMISH " Slinky” A small girl with a vivacious personality . . . always seen at the barn and during school with Ralph . . . forever con¬ sulting with Shirl and Nanc . . . sure to be a success as a secretary. Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1; Softball 1, 2; Secre¬ tary of Sophomore Class. RONALD LUDWIG " Ron” Happiest when around a car . . . polite and good natured . . . camping enthusiast . . . rugged wrestler . . . bowls quite a string . . . plans to be an aero-technician. Baseball 1; Wrestling 2, 3; Track 2.. DOUGLAS MEALEY " Doug” A boy who is always ready with a laugh . . . forever talk¬ ing, both in and out of class . . . found with Bill, Stan, or Phil before and after school ... a great kid who is always willing to lend a helping hand. RAYMOND MINARDI " Ray” A subtle humorist . . . found with Stu or A1 . . . rushes to the Schoolhouse after classes . . . always ready with a cheer¬ ful word when necessary. Color Guard 2, 3, 4; High Lites 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Science Club; Skin Diving Club 3. RICHARD MOYNIHAN Gus A great athlete in every sport . . . never stumped by a math problem . . . always cutting up with John . . . mumbled comments. Honor Society 4; Math Club 4; Good Government Day Representative 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Base¬ ball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Annie L. Sargent Memorial Latin Award; A.P.S.L. Gold Pin for Proficiency in Latin. JOHN D. MURPHY " Dobe” Doesn’t take life too seriously . . . proficient swimmer . . . always ready to hear a good joke . . . many friends . . . good luck in the future, Dobe. Class Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Basketball 2; Intramurals 3. KATHLEEN MURPHY " Kathy” A girl who knows what she wants ... a dedicated work¬ er .. . sincere friend . . . Grant’s ... a credit to her class and school. National Honor Society 3, 4 (Councilor); Math Club 3, 4 (President); Student Coun¬ cil 4 (Secretary Treasurer); Knight Staff (Co-editor)- ROSEMARY MURPHY " Rosie” That Halo look . . . clothes from the pages of " Seven¬ teen” . . . likes to eat peas . . . remembered for confi¬ dential chats during studies . . . clean gym suit, Rosie? JOHN RICHARD MURPHY " Ricky” Tall, dark, and handsome . . . often seen under cars ... at¬ tracted to girls . . . well-man¬ nered . . . hates to stay home . . . inclined to tease. Football 1, (St. John’s Prep) • CAROLYN NELSON " Nellie” A quick tempered red-head with unending energy . . . hard-working majorette . . . " Now, girls, let’s not have any more fooling around.” Majorette 2, 3, 4 (Cap¬ tain); Usherette School Play 2 . JANET NICOLOSI Cute and petite . . . impish smile . . . wonderful team¬ mate and a good sport . . . darling Football Queen . . . abounding in school spirit. Basketball 4; High Lites Staff 2, 3; Field Hockey 4 (J.V. captain); Knight Staff 4; Football Queen 4. MARY E. NORTHAM " Leenie” Makes a daily circuit of the school delivering absent slips . . . in there rooting for the team ... up on the latest . . . full of the dickens. Majorette 2, 3; High Lites Staff 2. GEORGE NUSSBAUM " Bouncie” Fitting nickname . . . friendly to all . . . avid Celtics’ fan . . . devoted to the basketball team . . . sure to make a fine basketball coach. Basketball 1, 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Intramural Bas¬ ketball 3. Oh, boy—Mush. WALTER PARKER ' Walt” What a dancer! . . . Beware, Fred Astaire . . . one of Glen¬ nie’s ice cream scoopers . . . friendly personality . . . run¬ ning commentary during morning announcements. Basketball 2; Prom Com¬ mittee 3. LEONARD NUSSBAUM Lenny Right-hand man for the bas¬ ketball team ' . . . keen interest in track . . . ever-increasing number of friends . . . spends lots of " spare” time with Mr. Keegen. Football 2, 3; Basketball 2, 3, (manager) 4, (manager); Track 2, 3. Scrambled Legs DANIEL OLENIO " Dan” Dark crew-cut . . . carefree personality . . . happy at the beach . . . Glad you returned from Dixie Hollins High, Dan. Bowling 3, 4, (Captain); Intramural Basketball 2 (Dix¬ ie Hollins High); Baseball 2, (Dixie Hollins High); Foot¬ ball 4. PATRESE E. O’BRIEN ' Pate” Beautiful eyes . . . tops in Latin . . . quick sense of hum¬ or . . . easy to talk to . . . terrific job in the Brooks play . . . full of life. Honor Society 3, 4, Secre¬ tary-Treasurer; Annie L. Sar¬ gent Memorial Latin Award 2, 3; A.P.S.L. Gold Pin for Proficiency in Latin 3; High Lites Staff 2, 3; Knight Staff 4, Co-editor of Art; Math Club 3; Cheerleader 4; Dra¬ matic Club 2, 3, 4, President; School Play 1, 3; Brooks School Play 3; Scholastic Achievement Award 4. KENNETH PAVLEDAKES " Ken” Enjoys a good movie in Bos¬ ton . . . often recopying Eng¬ lish papers . . . talkative in Cafeteria spares . . . " May I borrow a pen?” . . . easy¬ going. LOUISE PELLETIER " Lou” Handy with a Singer Sewing Machine and knitting needles . . . passion for juicy pepper steak submarines . . . we’ll all patronize your future beau¬ ty salon. Dramatics Club 4. PAULINE PELCZAR " Paul” Seen, but not heard . . . dili¬ gent worker . . . not too fond of gym . . . dresses neatly . . . best of luck in the business world. High Lites Staff 1, 2; Dra¬ matics Club 4. RUTH PETERSON " Ruthy” Contagious talker . . . best known for her quips in the " Sunday Sun” . . . " Some great kids to know” . . . des¬ pises homework. Knight Staff 4. JANE PHELAN Janie Gorgeous long red hair . . . always has something up her sleeve . . . Hampton Beach . . . boys from other schools . . . transistor radio . . . " I’ll never tell!” Softball 1; Field Hockey 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. THERESE PELERIN " Terry” A sweet and lovely person to know . . . loves Problems of Democracy class . . . refresh¬ ing manner . . . will make some lucky person a good secretary. Dramatics Club 4. 25 MARGARET PHELAN " Margie” Couldn’t have a better friend . . . sweet and obliging . . . quite a flair for commercial subjects ... if you want to know the Top Ten on the Hit Parade, ask Margie ? WILLIAM PICKLES " Bill” A greeting for everyone in the corridors . . . cherishes his car . . . rough and tumble . . . May you go far in the field of accounting. Band 1, 2. PAUL PIEROG " Pog” Enjoys fooling around with cars . . . considers munching while watching TV—the per¬ fect occupation . . . dreads cold weather and homework. Bowling 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 3. MARIAN PITMAN Loyal and trustworthy . . . Methuen boys . . . dislikes anything concerned with his¬ tory . . . Marian, why can’t you have your gym suit ready on time? JEANNE PORTER A personality twice her size . . . vim, vigor, vitamin pep . . . a shoulder to cry on . . . cute as a button in a ski parka. Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. MARY C. PRUNEAU " Carol” Creamy complexion . . . soft and pleasant voice . . . oh, that walk! . . . Pat Boone fan . . . Mrs. Medaglia’s secretary . . . " Oh, brother!” Dramatics Club 4. 26 DONNA LOUISE REED Only one who looks good in a gym suit . . . has a soft spot for Acton . . . Ford converti¬ bles ... in the center of ac¬ tivity . . . future secretarial career. High Lites 1, 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; School Play 3; Knight Staff 4. VINCENT RIELLY " Vinny” What a shock of hair! . . . casual air . . . wows the girls . . . appreciates a good time . . . has quite a line. DAVID R. ROBERTS ' Dave” Really burns in those fast balls . . . rather quiet but liked by everyone . . . saun¬ tering walk . . . won’t he look dashing in navy blue? Football 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 (co-captain). NORMAN J. ROBERTS " Norm” Always looking for a laugh . . . cars . . . cooking . . . and girls! . . . eagerly listens for that final bell . . . bound for the bounding main. Football 1, 2. Who threw that? GEORGE W. ROSE Shy grin . . . blushes easily . . . rugged out-door type . . . at home in a boat . . . acci¬ dent prone in chemistry lab . . . we wish you success in prep school, George. Football 2, 4; Wrestling 4; Track 3. GAYLE C. SANBORN " Gayle” Outdoory . . . long brown hair ... in fighting for the girls’ basketball team all the way . . . Hey, Gayle! . . . everyone knows Gayle. Student Council 1, 3; High Lites Staff 3; After Prom Committee 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; All New England Solo and Ensemble Festival 3; North¬ eastern District Music Festival 2 . GERALD A. SANFORD " Here” Conscientious and thoughtful . . . seldom riled . . . great N. A. fan . . . good sport . . . quiet . . . will make a patient and popular teacher. Baseball Manager 1, 2; Football Manager 1, 2. Don’t question—just eat! JOAN E. SCHRUENDER " Joanie” An asset to N. A. H. S. . . . vitality plus . . . ready for action . . . What next, Joanie? . . . Parlez-vous? . . . person¬ ality plus . . . Lots of luck to a future teacher. Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4, (co-captain 3, 4); Basketball 2, 3; High Lites Staff 1, 2; Knight Staff 4 (Business Manager); Class President 3 ' ROBERT L. SHEA " Bob” Happy twinkle in his eye . . . " Girls? Where?” . . . looks forwrad to weekends and hol¬ idays . . . can he talk! . . . lots of luck, Bob. Basketball 1, 2; Track 3, 4. JANET SMITH " Smitty” Dimples ... a cheerful greet¬ ing in the corridors . . . eyes that twinkle secrets . . . im¬ portant member of North Andover’s band . . . best of everything to you, Janet. Basketball 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; New England Solo and Ensemble Festival 3; Dra¬ matic Club 4. JAMES J. SHEEHAN " Jimmy” Man of few words . . . sees the humor in any situation . . . well liked . . . peruses the sports page . . . considerate of others . . . shoot it up and get it in! Football 1, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4. ARNOLD SULLIVAN " Rusty” Under - the - breath remarks keep a class in laughter . . . likes to take long walks . . . and where the girls ate, Rusty is too. 29 ROBERT SLIPKOWSKY " Bob” Good-natured . . . football fan . . . pleasant to know . . . one eye open for girls . . . May you get that hole-in-one someday, Bob. Basketball 1, Baseball 1, 2, 3; Wrestling 3; Bowling 2, Captain 3, 4. ROSEMARY SZELEST " Rosey” Little dynamo . . . knows the latest . . . full of fun and pep . . . loves to dance . . . may the best be yours. Dramatic Club 3,4; Knight Staff 4. RITA THIBAULT " Rita” Anyone can see why Loring put Rita’s picture on display! . . . mischievous . . . what a giggle! . . . whispers . . . bubbling and happy. Student Council 2, 4; Stu¬ dent Council Vice President 4; High Lites 2; Basketball 1; Softball 1. CYNTHIA TOWLER " Cindy” Sweet and co-operative . . . bandbox look . . . eye-catch¬ ing posters ... a myriad of friends . . . watches for the mailman. Student Council 3, 4; After- Prom Committee 3; Knight Staff 4; Softball 1, 2, 4; Bas¬ ketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hock¬ ey 2, 3. CHARLES THROP " Chuck” Air of one with the world in. his hands . . . interested in various sports . . . makes him¬ self at home . . . looks for excitement. Basketball; School Play; Bowling Team; Knight Staff 4. ROBERT TROMBLY " Bob” All American boy . . . power- packed player on the football squad . . . takes anything in stride, even little kids . . . Bunsen burner popcorn. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket¬ ball 2; Baseball 2; Track 3. SALLY ANN G. TOMARCHIO " Sally” A personality all her own . . . imaginative writer . . . where there’s fun, there’s Sally . . . " Anybody want to dance?” Softball mgr. 2; Basketball mgr. 3, 4; Field Hockey mgr. 3, 4; High Lites Staff 3; Knight Staff 4; Honor Society 3, 4; Scholastic Achievement Award 4. CHARLES VOSE " Voice” Prefers blondes . . . collegiate all the way . . . fabulous run¬ ner—always chasing girls . . . " Hi Fella.” Football 1, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, (Man¬ ager). 30 PATRICIA WALSH " Pat” Pretty wavy hair ... a good friend for any one to have . . . no trouble getting dates . . . you’ll find fun and frolic with Pat. Bowling 3; Dramatic Club 4. FRANK WAUGH Spends much time behind the wheel of his snazzy white convertible . . . delivers pa¬ pers through rain, sleet or snow . . . loud shirts . . . Good luck, Frank! ALICE WILCOX Hands from a Pacquins ad . . . slender . . . shorthand notes . . . long telephone con¬ versations . . . giggles . . . will be in demand as a pro¬ ficient secretary. High Lites 3; Knight Staff 4. Lets’ get together. CARL S. WILLIAMS " Stu” Engaging smile . . . handsome and then some . . . sharp shooter on a hunting trip . . . vigorous stride . . . well man¬ nered . . . keep smiling and you’ll surely succeed. JAMES YOUNG " Jim” Curly hair . . . smooth dancer . . . enjoys feminine company ... a. terror on his toboggan . . . pounds out a mean beat on the piano. Bowling 1; Track 1; Bas¬ ketball 1; Baseball 2, 3; Color Guard 1. RALPH ZAHN Muscular build . . . keeps things on the light side . . . hard to over-power in wrest¬ ling . . . enormous appetite . . . thoughtful and nice. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrest¬ ling 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD McKINNAN " Dick” Wrapped up in cars . . . strength and vigor . . . fond of school? . . . May success and happiness be yours. More troubles girls ? SANDRA ZIGELIS " Chickie” Quiet until you get to know her . . . often heard discours¬ ing on her cats . . . loves gym? . . . frequently swaps clothes with Lois . . . col¬ legiate to the end. Softball 1; Field Hockey 3; Basketball 3; High Lites 3; Honor Soviety 4; Knight Staff 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4. CAROLE ZIMNY Zim Soft, shining hair . . . artistic . . . never leaves a job half- finished . . . soft spoken but decisive . . . gives of herself . . . always a lady.- Scholastic Achievement Award; Honor Society 2, 3, 4, (Vice President); High Lites 2; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Knight Staff 4; P. T. S. A. (Corresponding Secretary). CLASS HISTORY FRESHMAN YEAR We, the class of 1962, entered North Andover High School with the anticipation that our next four years would be enriched with knowledge and companionship. Our class performed its first official duty by electing the following class officers: Thomas Swithenbank, president; Barbara Bresnahan, vice-president; and Mary Lou Donahue, secretary-treasurer. New members of our faculty were Mrs. Grossman, Mr. Robitaille, and Mr. Keegan. The annual Brooks School Scholarships were presented to Thomas Swithenbank and Richard Warchol for their high marks on the rigorous examination. John Moran, an outstanding basketball player, received a trophy and a position on the Tech Tourney Freshman All Star Team. For his superior performance on the low hurdles, Richard Cummings received a varsity letter, a notable achievement for a Freshman. In this year’s school play, entitled, " Time Out For Ginger,” Patrese O’Brien and Thomas Chappell represented our class. Richard Moynihan became N. A.’s first student in first-year Latin to earn a gold pin for proficiency in a nation-wide contest. SOPHOMORE YEAR On returning to high school the following September, our class felt as though it were no longer to be treated as young and unseasoned. We elected Carolyn Andrews, president; Diane Fournier, vice-president; and Sharon McComish, secretary-treasurer. New additions to our faculty this year were Mr. Hall and Mr. Forgetta. Barbara Bresnahan became the only sophomore on the cheering squad. This year marked the first time members of our class were eligible for membership in the National Honor Society. Meeting the qualifications of leadership, scholarship, character and service, Carole Zimny and Catherine Ceplikas were inducted. In April of I960 a large number of parents, teachers, and students attended a meeting in the Veterans’ Hall at North Andover High School and overwhelmingly approved the formation of a Parent-Teacher-Student Association. This event marked the first time in North Andover’s history that students themselves participated in such an organization. JUNIOR YEAR After a summer of fun and relaxation we returned with an exuberant impatience to get back to our studies and make this year meaningful. Voted in as our junior class officers were Joan Schruender, president; Diane Fournier, vice-president; Barbara Bresnahan, secretary-treasurer. We welcomed, with pleasure, Mr. Licare, Mr. Graham, and Mr. Hull to our faculty. In October we received our class rings and wore them with great pride. At a school assembly six juniors were inducted into the National Honor Society. Those received were: Daniel Day, Marie Gilberto, John Moran, Kathleen Murphy, Patrese O’Brien, and Sallyann Tomarchio. 33 CLASS HISTORY Members of our class who participated in the school play, " Ask Any Girl,” were Patrese O’Brien, Nancy LaBelle, and Diane Gebelein. Patrese O’Brien was honored by being selected to act in the Brooks School play " A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Those chosen as captains and co-captains of our sports were, Noel Beaudoin and Richard Moynihan, football; John Moran, basketball; John Ingram, wrestling; Charles Vose and John Moran, track; David Roberts and Richard Moynihan, baseball; Bonnie King and Gayle Sanborn, girls’ basketball; Carolyn Andrews and Joan Schruender, field hockey. This year five members of our class, Jo Anne Lee, Mary Lou Donahue, Cathy Ceplikas, Diane Fournier and Jeannie Porter, became regular cheerleaders, and Barbara Bresnahan became head cheerleader. John Moran was awarded the Harvard Club of Andover Award for his high scholastic record. The prom was the social highlight of the year. Serving on the prom committee were our class officers and Noel Beaudoin, Cathy Ceplikas, Mike Lampros and June Goodhue. SENIOR YEAR We returned in September of 1961 as seniors. It was hard for us to believe this year was our final one at high school. Elected into office were: John Moran, president; Frank Dugan, vice-president; and John Murphy, secretary-treasurer. We took g reat pleasure in welcoming Miss Wharton, Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Roche, and Mr. Buckley to our faculty. We had four classmates inducted into the National Honor Society: Carolyn Andrews, Sandy Zigelis, Mary Lou Donahue and Richard Moynihan. Catherine Ceplikas was elected president of the Honor Society; Carole Zimny, vice-president; and Patrese O’Brien, secretary-treasurer. Counselors chosen were John Moran and Kathleen Murphy. Janet Nicolosi was selected Football Queen. Her court included Jeanne Porter, Diane Fournier, JoAnne Lee, and Barbara Breshnahan. Patrese O’Brien joined the cheering squad. The school play " Love Is Contagious,” featured three seniors in its cast: Nancy LaBelle, Carole Zimny and Diane Gebelein, who all did a marvelous job. Richard Moynihan was voted our Good Government Day Representative, and the faculty and students chose Catherine Ceplikas as the recipient of the D.A.R. Good Citizen Award. At the class meeting, green and white were designated our class colors. " Counting time is not as important as making time count,” was decided upon as our class motto. The prom committee was headed by the class officers and assisted by Gayle Sanborn, Joan Schruender and Noel Beaudoin. The Board of Trade awarded black blazers to Catherine Ceplikas, Carole Zimny, Marie Gilberto, and Patrese O’Brien for their high scholastic average for three years. Other awards made to the seniors by the Board of Trade were to John Moran, Richard Moynihan, Sallyann Tomarchio, Kathleen Murphy and Daniel Day. Respectively submitted, Rita and Chuck 34 REMEMBER • • • When all the geometry classes had Xmas parties ? When Dianne G. didn’t wear cute bows in her hair? When French 3-1 made crepe suzettes? When Carolyn broke her toe by kicking Jane Holland during a game of field hockey ? When our gym suits were clean ? When Bonnie left Doug Mealey’s books in the girls room on Tag Day? When Chem. 3-4 painted the ceiling blue? When we had music to eat by in the caf ? When Mr. Mrs. Foderaro did the Cha Cha at the Prom? When as juniors we went to Salisbury? When Mr. Roche tried to fix Bob Trombley up for the Valentine dance? When George Nussbaum wasn’t seen with a bas¬ ketball ? When we heard Alan Shepherd blast off over the intercom ? When we got our class rings ? When Maltex was echoed around the corridors ? When Joanne Lee, Jeanne Porter, and Sally Tom- marchio got locked in the girls’ ( ?) locker room at Dracut? When Mr. Forgetta became engaged ? When Gus overcame his shyness ? When we were sorry to see the Boxford kids go ? When Mary Dugan and Jean Fraser left two eggs cooking in the D.A. stove for half an hour with no water in the pot? When Miss Cook wasn’t a substitute ? When there were posters around during the Presi¬ dential Election? When the Math Club came in second ? When Cindy Towler didn’t make posters ? When Lab Aprons were stylish ? When we had eight periods ? When we watched TV in junior English? When we were responsive in class ? When the auditorium wasn’t a study hall? When the athletes didn’t wear casts ? When Mr. Keegan spoke of the peaceful joys of Christmas morning? When a chemistry class made popcorn and lemonade ? When a group of senior girls brought " culture” to the cafeteria? When Mr. McDonald dismantled a lamp shade with Bonnie’s golf club? When Mr. Robinson didn’t give a detention for a whole day? When Barbara and Diane walked to Baker’s Dozen in the rain at 4 O’clock in the morning? When Sally Tommarchio and Jeanne Porter had a water fight in gym? The case of the missing fudge? 35 Remember when French 3 made crepe suzettes CLASS We, the graduating class of 1962, hereby bequeath our gifts and abilities to the follow¬ ing. To the faculty we leave our grateful appreciation for their understanding and guidance through the years. JEANNE PORTER leaves her contagious giggle to SUSAN SCHORMAN. JOHN CHA1SSON and JEAN BRIGHT MAN will their freckles to CHERYL DORAN, DAN CRANE, and NOREEN GILL. Remember kids, freckles are a sign of beauty! MARIA GRASSO bequeaths her inexhaustible supply of energy to SHARON SUMMERS. JIM SHEEHAN bestows upon TED ANDREIS his cool pair of saddle shoes. DOUG MEALEY leaves his place in the band color guard to PETE BRODERICK. SALLY TOMARCHIO bequeaths her collection of jokes to DONNA KRESS. TERRY PELLERIN leaves her shy ways in class to SUSAN RAE and LORRAINE LOSTIMOLO. GEORGE CLARK inherits JOHN MURPHY’S swimming and diving ability. JANE HOLLAND bestows upon JEANNE NIZIAK her gym suit. suit. Is it still in one piece, Jane? DANNY DAY wills ROBERT COPPETA and PAUL ST ANSEL his love for science. WALTER PARKER leaves his popularity to PAUL VENTURA. JEANIE FRASER leaves NANCY HOUGHTON her attraction to tall boys. TOM LEMAY, WAYNE LEIGHTON, and EDDIE MARTINO inherit NORM ROBERTS’ love for the 2:29 bell. RUTH PETERSON bequeaths her column in the newspaper to KITTY MORAN and CHARLENE YERIAN. MIKE LAMPROS leaves his trips to the ski country to JOHN LYONS and JIM THOMPSON. CAROLE NICORA inherits NANCY LaBELLE’S ability to throw great pajama parties. VINCENT REILLY and JACK BETTENCOURT bequeath their seats at Meagan’s to BRUCE FITZPATRICK and RICHARD McKINNON. EILEEN NORTHAM relinquishes her trips with the absent slips to SUE PICKARD and CHRISTINE STAMP. To MARY ANN BARRY goes SANDY ZIGELIS’ attraction to college boys. DIXIE DUGAN leaves his low-voiced remarks to PAUL SMITH. PAT ANGELORO and BARBARA LIVESEY inherit CATHY CEPLIKAS’ natural curly hair. You can throw those rollers out now, girls. STUART WILLIAMS leaves his good manners to RICKY BRYAN and BILL BARTOL. KATHY KERSHAW bestows her quiet ways upon CAROL DEVEAU and OLIVIA CARROLL. To PHIL CAHILL and JEANETTE LAMBERT goes RICKY MURPHY’S love for French. 36 WILL DIANNE GEBELEIN bequeaths her pleasant smile and friendly hello to CAROL COPPETA. BILL DALY wills his well kep t school books to DICK KORT, EUGENE HODGDON, and LEE ROSS. PAULINE PELCZAR and LOUISE PELLETIER leave their football team spirit to RITA HANNON, LINDA MAYER, and MARY MOORE. Co-captains BOB MURPHY and DON MORSE receive GUS MOYNIHAN’S rushing yardage ability. CAROL GIARD bestows her saddle sores and horse sense upon DONNA SULLIVAN. PATRESE O’BRIEN leaves her beautiful brown eyes to IRENE QUATARONE. CLIFF CURRIER and ROGER CURTIS bequeath their enormous appetites to BILL ROBERTS and DOUG LEE. To ROSEMARY ZAPPALA goes ALICE WILCOX’S ability in stenography. NOEL BEAUDOIN leaves his tremendous build to BRUCE FOSTER. ARELENE SP1NELLI and GEORGINA OSINSKI inherit MARY DUGAN’S job at Meagan’s. BOB SHEA leaves his attraction to girls to DICK SHAFER. DAN OLENIO relinquishes his ability to leave the showers last to CON HEGARTY. MARGIE PHELAM bestows her mad passion for writing notes upon KARLEEN SMITH and DIANE STABILE. FRANK WAUGH’S eagerness in Math is inherited by CHARLIE PEROCCHI. FRANCIS KOZDRAS leaves his quietness to STAN SIENKO. BONNIE KING relinquishes her athletic abilities to NATALIE MEDICI. Get those rebounds, Nat! ARTHUR FORTIN receives DAVE FOULD’S automobile insurance. TOM ANGELORO leaves his happy-go-lucky ways to RICHARD FENTON and RONNIE HASSEY. NANCY GALEAZZI and ROSEMARY ROCHE receive JOAN GAILEY’S and JO ANN LEE’S beautiful wardrobes. GARY BRIGHTMAN and JIM GRAHAM inherit ARNOLD SULLIVAN’S red hair. ADOLPH and TOTEN COMAS leave their twin tricks to MARLENE and CHARLENE DILENDIK. Never tell your true name, girls! JANE PHELAN bequeaths her relaxed manner to LINDA McKEE. CAROL PRUNEAU bestows her blonde hair upon LINDA FREDETTE and DIEDRA DIDELL. DONNA REED leaves her gift of gab to SANDY WOODHOUSE. RONNIE LUDVIG bestows his love for cars upon HAROLD TROMBLY. 37 CLASS CAROLE Z1MNY bequeaths her conscientiousness to CAROL OTA, GAYE KOUYOUM1JIAN, and JOYCE GORTON. NANCY ACKROYD leaves her job as Mr. Power’s secretary to CAMILLA THOMSON and ARLENE SPINELLI. BILL ARSENAULT bequeaths his favorite subject, spares, to LOUIS McALOON, and BRUNO SZELEST. SCOTT AYER inherits JUNE GOODHUE’S artistic ability. JOHN INGRAM leaves his love for homework to STANLEY KAZAEZKA, and JOHN BOURQUIN. CHARLIE VOSE leaves his speed on the track to JIM HURRELL. CHERYL LEWIS inherits MARSHA GREENWOOD’S witty sayings. PHIL HENDERSON bestows his knowledge of music upon JOHN NEWMAN. CAROLYN ANDREWS gives her gym sneakers to GAIL HOWARD. Better start taking up a collection, Gail! JOHN GRYNIEWICZ leaves his favorite expression " No Sweat” to MIKE HAY and RALPH NORGREN. MARIE GILBERTO bequeaths her love of fun and excitement to CAROLYN PHELAN. MARION PITMAN leaves her many hours spent at Boston Hill to JANET BATTER- BURY. Better get those skis waxed, Janet! RONNIE McROBBIE receives JOHN MORAN’S ability in basketball. JOYCE LEVESQUE leaves her job at Stop Shop to DARLENE RICHARDS. Remember the customer’s always right, Darlene! STEVE BRODERICK leaves his shyness in class to MIKE DUNN. BILL LaBELLE inherits BOB TROMBLY’S love for gym. GAYLE SANBORN bestows her wonderful personality upon CAROL STAHLEY and SARA HENRY. AL FINOCCHIARO leaves his ice-cream scoop to JACK CURTIN. RAY MINARDI wills MIKE GORHAM his elegance. RITA THIBAULT leaves her supply of live-savers to JULIE MOURED. REGINA KOZDRAS, and CAREN RITCHIE. DAN BREEN and ALAN SAGOZ receive PAT BARRY’S height. CINDY TOWLER bequeaths her circle of friends to VICKI DI FRUSCIO. JIM YOUNG leaves his quietness (?) in the library to PHIL BARTOL. JEAN BOUSH leaves her much loved (?) seat in the driver training car to SHARON FICKENWORTH. GEORGE ROSE and DICK ADAMS leave JERRY HAMEL their wrestling holds. BEV BEAUDOIN inherits JOAN SCHRUENDER’S tremendous school spirit. 38 WILL ELWOOD COBBETT bestows his long walks home from school to RICHARD STEINBERG. ROSIE SELEST gives her sun glasses to FRANCES DARVEAU. CHARLIE THROP and BOB SLIPKOWSKY relinquish their bowling abilities to DON LYONS and KENNETH ROGERS. MARYLOU DONAHUE leaves her lady-like and gracious manners to SUSAN POOR. NANCY CAREY receives ROSEY MURPHY’S mischievous ways. PAUL PIEROG and KEN PAVLEDAKES leave their gym lockers to BOB BROWN and JEFFREY CANE. Better get some gas masks, boys! KATHY MURPHY bequeaths her leadership ability to DIANNA DeLISLE. CAROL RIGOLI inherits CAROL GLENN DINNING’S neat ways. BILL PICKLES bestows upon BILL WALSH his ability in Office Practice. BARBARA BRESNAHAN leaves her talking record to NANCY BEELEY. BRUCE MELNIKAS and JOSEPH PAPPALARDO receive JERRY SANFORD’S love for English. VIRGINIA HUTCHINS bestows her taxi service upon GUY McCLELLAN. RALPH ZAHN leaves for Georgetown. PAT WALSH leaves her many dancing steps to MARY KIRK. PAT GARVEY inherits JANET NICOLOSI’S petiteness. JIM McCarthy leaves his love for cards to RITCHIE WHITTAKER. TIM ROCK receives LENNIE NUSSBAUM’S manager’s job. JANET SMITH leaves her good nature to NANCY CAIMI. RICHARD DUFRESNE bestows upon WAYNE BOARDMAN and BOB FRIIS his love for camping trips. SHIRLEY CARDOZA leaves her love for gym to LYNDA LYNCH and SHARON BRADDOCK. CAROLYN NELSON gives her book " How to Drive” to GAIL AZIZ. BOB ARSENAULT receives JOHN ARRIGO’S and JOE FINOCCHARIO’S love for North Andover High School. LOIS BUCHANAN leaves her many nights spent at Central to JOAN PELCZAR and VIVIAN PETERS. SHARON McCORMISH relinquishes her hockey stick to KIM MORRIS. Opponents, beware! SUZANNE PHANEUF inherits MARYLOU DORAN’S fun loving ways. GEORGE NUSSBAUM leaves his love for basketball to DICK CARD. PAULA GRAHAM bestows upon ARLENE JOHNSON her pleasant ways. Best of luck, Carolyn and Toten. 39 When you and I were young . . . 1— Sharon McComish 2— Lois Buchanan 3— Bill Pickles 4— Toten and Adolpha Comas 5— Bonnie Gail King 6— Mary Dugan 7— Jane Holland 8— Carolyn Andrews 9— Maria Grasso 10— Rita Thibault 11— Noel Beaudoin 12— Jeanne Porter 13— Sallyann Tomarchio 14— Carol Giard 15— Ruth Peterson Key to Baby Pictures 16— Dorothy Boush 17— Donna Reed 18— Douglas Mealey 19— Robert Trombly 20— Jo Anne Lee 21— Alice Wilcox 22— Joyce Levesque 23— Marie Gilberto 24— John Gryniewicz 25— Ren Ludwig 26— Mary C. Pruneau 27— Ralph Zahn 28— Janet Nicolosi 29— Louise Pelletier 30— Catherine Ceplikas 31— Rosemary Murphy 32— George Nussbaum 33— Daniel Olenio 34— Gayle Sanborn 35— Diane Gebelein 36— Mary Lou Doran 37— Phil Henderson 38— Carole Zinny 39— Barbara Bresnahan 40— Patrese O’Brien 41— Janet Smith 42— Frank Dugan 43— Pauline Pelczar 44— Mary Lou Donahue 45— Nancy LaBelle CLASS BEST DRESSED Joan and Charlie BEST LOOKING Richard and Jo Anne BEST DANCERS Nancy and Walter MOST POPULAR Barbara and John POLL NICEST SMILES Charlie, Jeanne and Steve BEST SENSE OF HUMOR Dixie and Marsha DONE MOST FOR N.A.H.S. Cathy and John FRIENDLIEST Charlie and Joan MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Dick and Cathy JEST PERSONALITIES Carolyn and Charlie CLASS FLIRT and CLASS WOLF Barbara and Steve —5 MOST POPULAR TEACHER Mr. Keegan MOST MISCHIEVOUS Frankie and Maria Future lap warmers ? Noel; Diane; Barbara; Janet, Football; Jeanne; Joanne; Dick. 44 ACTIVITIES Time spent enjoyably, yet wisely. CLASS OF 1963 JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Carol Ota, vice president; James Thompson, president. Absent-. Richard Steinberg. 46 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Robert Parker, vice president; Robert Marcinuk, secretary-treasurer; Harry Wilkinson, president. CLASS OF 1964 CLASS OF 1965 FRESHMEN FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Donna Stronach, secretary-treasurer; Anthony Perrone, president; Sylvia Andrews, vice presi¬ dent. 48 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Advisor . Miss Margaret Donlan President . Catherine Ceplikas Vice-President .».Carole Zimny Secretary-Treasurer . Patrese O’Brien Counselors . John Moran—Kathleen Murphy Second row. Carol Ota, Barbara Livesey, Marie Gilberto, Sallyann Tomarchio, Gail Howard, Nancy Houghton, Ronald McRobbie, Richard Moynihan, Arlene Johnson, Diedra Didell, Susan Ray, Carolyn Andrews, Miss Margaret Donlan. First row. Sandra Zigelas, Kathleen Murphy, Patrese O’Brien, Catherine Ceplikas, Carole Zimny, MaryLou Donahue, Katherine Morris. Not pictured are: John Moran and Daniel Day. The members are selected on the basis of their scholarship, character, leadership, and service, and they are expected to maintain these standards of the National Honor Society. The society sponsored a " Jingle Bell Hop’’ on De¬ cember 15, 1961. Several members attended a " Get Acquainted Party” sponsored by Haverhill High School Honor Society on January 27, 1962. In 1961, a guidance publication was donated to the school by the Honor Society. Each year an English award is given by the society to the senior who has maintained the highest average in English for four years. Some members have given their services in tutoring underclassmen and helping with the Student Council Scholarship Drive. Plans for the dance seem well underway. STUDENT COUNCIL Advisor . President . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Maurice F. Grossman .John Moran .Rita Thibault . Kathleen Murphy Third row: John Chaisson, Cynthia Towler, John Murphy, Francis Dugan, Steven Summers, James Thompson, Robert Marcinuk, Katherine Morris, Harry Wilkinson. Second row. Robert Parker, Donna Stronach, Joanne Lee, Patricia Marsan, Nacy Galeazzi, Cheryl Lewis, Anthony Perrone, John Gryniewicz, Ellen Harris. First row: John Moran, Rita Thibault, Mrs. Marion Grossman, Carol Ota, Sharon White, Paul Laurenga, Sylvia Andrews, Steven Whittaker, Patricia Steele, Carol Bettencourt, Jane Schruender, Jacqueline Dyer. Absent: Kathy Murphy. Small groups study and plan various projects. The 1961-62 social calendar was drawn up by a Student Council Committee. All members staffed the information desk, and some members patrolled the cafeteria during lunch period. The council sponsored the election of a football queen and the election of a good neighbor of tomor¬ row. Five N. A. delegates attended the Eastern Massa¬ chusetts District Conference of Student Councils at Acton-Boxboro Regional High School in November. The Annual Scholarship Drive was conducted by the council, and a successful tag day augmented the scholarship fund. 50 MATHEMATICS CLUB Advisor . President . Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Arthur Forgetta ... Kathleen Murphy . Arlene Murphy Third row. John Arnold, Robert Parker, Marc Garnick, Richard Moynihan, Charles Florin. Second row. Mr. Arthur Forgetta, John Donahue, Nancy Shepherd, Patrese O’Brien, Ruth Moynihan, Sharon Fickenworth, Barbara Livesey, David Simon, Mr. Joseph Lynch. First row. Paula Frankevicz, Claire Shola, Donna Savoy, Kathleen Murphy, Arlene Johnson, Carol Chepulis, Nancy Caimi. Absent-. Richard Ceplikas, Diana DeLisle. The Mathematics Club participates in monthly con¬ tests with other high schools in the Eastern Massachu¬ setts Mathematics League. The purpose of the league is to stimulate a greater interest in math among high school students. The proceeds from the club’s dance were used to award trophies to high scoring members and to pay membership in the league. Contenders in mathematics contests try to remain cool and collected. KNIGHT STAFF Co-Editors .Catherine Ceplikas, Kathleen Murphy Art Editors .Jane Holland, Patrese O’Brien Business Manager .Joan Schruender Adviser .Miss Ann Wharton Third row: Dorothy C. Giard, Katherine Morris, Sandra Zigelis, Marie Gilberto, Alice Wilcox, Mary Lou Donahue, Bonnie King, Sallyann Tomarchio, Cynthia Towler, Donna Reed. Second row: Miss Ann Wharton, Janet Nicolosi, Virginia Hutchins, Mary Dugan, Nancy LaBelle, Barbara Bresnahan, Joanne Lee, Marcia Greenwood, Carole Zimny, Patricia Angeloro, MaryLou Doran, Vicki DiFruscio, Rosemary Szelest, Carolyn Andrews. First row: Nancy Beeley, Michael Gorham, Joan Schruender, Patrese O’Brien, Catherine Ceplikas, Kathleen Murphy, Jane Holland, Timothy Rock, Ruth Peterson. BIOGRAPHERS Carole Zimny Mary Lou Donahue Sally Tomarchio Cynthia Towler Marie Gilberto Sandara Zigelis Barbara Bresnahan Carol Giard Ruth Peterson Carolyn Andrews Patricia Angeloro Katherine Morris Diana DeLisle BUSINESS COMMITTEE Bonnie King Rosemary Szelest Nancy LaBelle Jo Ann Lee Virginia Hutchins Michael Gorham Janet Nicolosi Vichi Di Fruscio Nancy Beeley Timothy Rock Marsha Greenwood Jean Fraser Alice Wilcox Mary Lou Doran Donna Reed Charles Throp Joan Gailey Much planning and work go into The Knight. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Faculty Advisor . Mr. John Robinson School Photographer . Ronald Wilson Dark Room Technician .James Batterbury Mr. John Robinson, Ronald Wilson, James Batterbury. The photography club’s candidate members are given assignments in order to qualify for membership. Those chosen are selected on the bases of their interest in photography, their respect of photographic equipment, and the quality of their trial work. The club has been actively involved in taking pictures for the Teen Age Tribune and candid pictures for the year book. 53 DRAMATIC CLUB President . Vice President Secretary . Treasurer . Patrese O’Brien ... Paul Ventura . Linda Shea ... Hiedi Stibitz Fourth row. Bernice Smith, Louise Clarenbach, Ellen Cohen, Catherine Crane, John Roe, Robert Chepulis, Allan Twombly, James Thompson, Timothy Rock, Michael Gorham, Harry Wilkenson, Richard Kort, Cheryl Doran, Rita Hannem, Janet Batterbury, Gail Kenneally. Third row. Alison Lorden, Bar¬ bara Aggy, Nancy Pulverenti, Nancy Martin, Donna Stronach, Randa Taylor, Carol Giard, Linda McKee, Marcia Green¬ wood, Bonnie King, Nancy Lanni, Paula Graham, Janet Smith, Donna Reed, Beverly Girard, Paula Frankevicz, Patri¬ cia Shea, Karen Pybus, Mary Stork, Rosemary Roche. Second row. Mr. James McDonald, Victoria DiFruscio, Susan Poor, Nancy Beeley, Joyce Levesque, Louise Pelletier, Nancy Roberts, Donna Bishop, Margaret Mylott, Janet Olpp, Sharon Fickenworth, Anthony Perrone, Richard Shafer, Richard Fen¬ ton, Lois Buchanan, Carol Chepulis, Joanne Andrukaitis, Jane Valpey, Nancy Vasello, Patricia Angeloro, Nancy Caimi, Regina Kozdrac, Mary Henshaw, Helen Barron, Carol Lic- ciardi. First row. Melanie Porockniak, Carol Pruneau, Beth Barwel, Susan Larochelle, Dianne Gebelein, Carol Thibault, Heidi Stiebitz, Patrese O’Brien, Paul Ventura, Carol Stahley, Carol Zimny, Nancy LaBelle, Patricia Leary, Patricia Garvey, Claire Shola, Dorothy Beaudoin. Under the direction of Mr. James W. McDonald, faculty advisor, the members of the Dramatic Club again successfully presented the annual school play and a delightful Christmas assembly. The Valentine Dance, conducted by the club, was an affair enjoyed by all and at which time a " Queen of Hearts” was crowned. Selected for parts in the school play. h. 1 £ zr T z 54 SCIENCE CLUB Advisors Mr. Thomas Regan, Mr. Vincent Foderaro President . Robert Coppeta Vice President . Cheryl Lewis Secretary-Treasurer . Daniel Bree n Second row. Mr. Thomas Regan, Arthur J. Roe, Robert Chepulis, James Powers, John Matthews, Mr. Vincent Foderaro. First row. Domenic Mangano, Thomas Finocchiaro, Regina Kozdras, Robert Coppetta, Cheryl Lewis, John Wilson. Absent-. Richard Ord, Walter Boynton, Daniel Breen, Darlene Richards. The Annual Science Fair was held on February 16, with all members taking part and displaying their projects. In January, Robert Coppeta was chosen as Western Electric’s representative to attend the High School Science Students’ Program at Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc., at Murray Hill, New Jersey. Mr. Regan accompanied Bob, and both felt that this program was a very worthwhile and interesting experience. 55 Concert-Mistress Drum Majorette Director . BAND Karleen Smith .D. Carol Giard Mr. C. Weston Noyes Third row. John Toomey, John Newman, Charles Florin, Weston Noyes, Peter Broderick, Douglas Mealey, Robert Richards, Bruce Houston, Robert Chepulis. Second row : Mr. Weston Noyes, Walter Boynton, Carol Ann Gilbert, Bernice Smith, Mary Henshaw, Karleen Smith, Donna Bishop, Carol Chepulis, Linda Kamal, Susan Detora, Lila Anderson, Thomas Vernille. First row: Beverly Giard, Mary Stott, Heidi Stiebitz, Janet Smith, Carol Giard, Mary Moore, Nancy Frenise, Carol Rigoli. Absent : Charlotte Leatham, Dorothy Wedge. During the school year the band played at foot¬ ball games, rallies, and the tech tournament. The group marched at several local parades and received honorable mention and a gold certificate for its per¬ formance in the annual Lawrence Christmas Parade. Music for a special Christmas assembly, exchange concerts, an annual Spring Concert, and graduation was provided by the band. The band participated in: THE NORTHEAST FESTIVAL—Marblehead, ALL NEW ENGLAND SOLO ENSEMBLE FESTIVAL—Boston Univer¬ sity, ALL NEW ENGLAND FESTIVAL CONCERT —Kingston, ALL STATE CONCERT FESTIVAL— Pittsfield, and the NORTHEAST AUDITIONS FESTIVAL. COLOR GUARD Douglas Mealey Raymond Minardi Jack Toomey Peter Broderick The band adds color and pep to football games. 56 Of course you’ll have to eat it, dear. As a special treat—scrambled hamburger. I can’t excuse you for a fingernail ache. 57 Ooh—there he goes! He’s coming my way. Discover any oil ? Are they all minuets? She must think I’m a mechanic or something. 58 Did you all raise your hand this morning? SPORTS It takes more than time . . . 84 9 4 I g 0 52 65K 68 85 5 h L. I ■• 4 _ t } . I Brfr£ row: Ronald Wedge, Sean Fountain, Robert White, James Murphy, Anthony Ranfone, Robert Marcinuk, Harry Wilkinson, Douglas Ramsdon, Ellis Fitzpatrick, William Labelle, Cornelius Hegarty, James Sheehan. Middle row: Assistant Coach Edward Buckley, Michael Dunn, Charles Ashworth, Richard Shafer, Robert Murphy, Donald Morse, Charles Perrocchi, Richard Steinberg, Daniel Crane, Philip Cahill, Adolpho Comas, John Murphy, Daniel Olenio, Manager Leonard Nussbaum, Head Coach Robert Sullivan. Front row: Toten Comas, Michael Lampros, John Gryniewicz, Robert Trombly, Charles Vose, Co-Captain Richard Moynihan, Co-Captain Noel Beaudoin, John Moran, Francis Dugan, George Nussbaum, Ralph Zahn, George Rose, Assistant Manager Timothy Rock, Assistant Coach Robert Roche. FOOTBALL This year the Scarlet Knights were under the direction of Coach Sullivan. The team got off to a good start, and finished winning five out of nine hard fought games. The team beat Methuen but lost to their other Little Three rival, Andover. Two valuable players, Richard Moynihan, co-captain, and John Moran received injuries this season, therefore slowing down our winning capacity. Robert Murphy and Donald Morse were chosen as co-captains for next year’s team. 60 61 1 g 7 _ 1 LJ f k r J Second row: Leonard Nussbaum, manager; Robert Marcinuk, Richard Card, Ronald McRobbie, Donald Morse, Robert Murphy, Coach Robert Licare. First row. Patrick Barry, Richard Moynihan, George Nussbaum, Captain John Moran, Noel Beaudoin, James Sheehan, William Robinson. BOYS’ BASKETBALL Coach Robert Licare directed our fine team in com¬ piling a 16-2 record for the season. The Knights retained the Little Three crown and again made an appearance in the Tech Tourney. Rock¬ land ended our drive for the Class C title in the preliminary game. North Andover finished second to the Chelmsford powerhouse in the Lowell Suburban League, while Pat Barry and Richard Moynihan were selected for the league’s All-Star Team. Robert Murphy and Ronald McRobbie, second-high point scorer in Greater Lawrence, will serve as next year’s co-captains and lead the boys successfully on as did this year’s captain, John Moran. 63 f i 7 4 . m ■- V P | H A Third row : Raymond Minardi, John Gryniewicz, John Speas, Robert Slipkowsky, George Nussbaum, Robert Shay, Jonathan Arold, David Corelli. Second row. John Powers, Manager; Gerald Hamel, George Rose, James Powers, Richard Adams, Captain; Ronald Wedge, Michael Lampros, Larry Ardito, Manager. First row: Richard Whittaker, Anthony Ranfone, John Thistle, John Roe. WRESTLING The wrestling team, under the direction of Mr. Howard Crozier, enjoyed a successful third season. James Powers, Richard Adams, and Ronald Wedges were invaluable mem¬ bers of the team. Besides its regularly scheduled meets, the team participated in the Greater Lawrence Y.M.C.A. Tournament and the Dexter, New Hampshire Tournament. Richard Adams served as captain of the team. 64 CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Susan Schorman, Jo Anne Lee, Janet O’Leary, Diane Fournier, Mary Lou Donahue, Cathy Ceplikas, Patrese O’Brien, Irene Quatarone, Jeanne Porter, Barbara Bresnahan, Captain. The cheerleaders worked very hard all year to boost team morale and to keep the school spirit high. Besides cheering at the football and basketball games, the cheerleaders held three rallies, conducted a Halloween Hop, and participated in the P.T.S.A. " Little Three” Exhibition and Dance. Mrs. Mildred Dimlich served as advisor of the squad. 65 MAJORETTES Left to right-. Christine Phaneuf, Suzanne Phaneuf, Elizabeth McClung, Paula Graham, Carol Glendenning, Jane Olms, Olivia Carroll, Dianne Gebelein, Caro¬ lyn Nelson, Captain. The Majorettes were participants at all the school football games and rallies. They also marched in the Greater Lawrence Santa Claus Parade, and appeared with the high school band at the Northeastern Music Festival held at Bedford. The advisor to the group is Mr. Clarence F. Mosher. ' waspaf M K f ll 1 : ' % 1 ir i i I S f i j¥ ' M IM J v " V j ’ ’■ fj JI TJ f U ' 7 Jm W 1 1 j Back row. Coach Mildred Dimlich, Manager Sallyann Tomar- chio, Janet Nicolosi, Sylvia Andrews, Carole Nicora, Roberta Morse, Helen Robinton, Barbara Fisher, Mary Corello, Janyce Summers, Ruth Moynihan, Cecile Guy, Nancy Beeley, Pamela Phelan, Assistant Manager Barbara Livesy. Front row. Jane Schruender, Patricia Marsan, Carole Ota, Cheryl Doran, Sharon McComish, Co-Captain Joan Schruender, Co-Captain Carolyn Andrews, Natalie Medici, Donna Kress, Katherine Morris, Carolyn Phelan, Beverly Beaudoin, Marilyn DiFruscio. Not Pictured: Cheryl Lewis. GIRLS’ FIELD HOCKEY Co-Captains .Carolyn Andrews and Joan Schruender Managers . Sallyann Tomarchio and Barbara Livesey Coach . Mrs. Mildred Dimlich This year’s team was one of determination and enthusiasm. Even the games lost were always closely contested. Donna Kress and Natalie Medice will be the co-captains next season. 67 [ • l JSylSir iAl - if K | t fw. — V [M ' ' ] B - f Second row. Ellen Harris, Assistant Manager; Patricia Marsan, Sharon Summers, Carolyn Phelan, Jane Phelan, Beverly Beau¬ doin, Sallyann Tomarchio, Manager; Mrs. Claire Sullivan, Coach. First row. Nancy Roberts, Carol Giard, Natalie Medeci, Gayle Sanborn, Co-Captain; Cynthia Towler, Carolyn Andrews, Sarah Henry. Not Pictured-. Bonnie King, Co-Captain. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Although the girls’ basketball team wasn’t as suc¬ cessful as all had hoped, the team effort and spirit made up for its losses. Dorothy Currier joined with Mrs. Claire Sullivan to coach the girls’ team this year. While co-captain Gayle Sanborn was high scorer with 205 points, co-captain Bonnie King was a great asset with her dual position as forward and guard. 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