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

 - Class of 1966

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ICmgljt NORTH ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL NORTH ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS ISfifi Wonder is a design that stirs man’s imagination sometimes perceptive . . . sometimes perplexing . . . Striving to create our own designs we live to learn and learn to live . . . producing from ideas, the tools, the finished product, wisdom. 2 DOUGLAS A. CHANDLER Superintendent of Schools ADMINISTRATION ALVAH G. HAYES Principal GEORGE LEE Assistant Principal, Biology Coach of Baseball 6 FACULTY AGNES M. AIKEN .French Wheaton College, A.B. Harvard University, Ed.M. " Really, mes enfants . . MARGARET E. BROWN English Boston University, B.A. " Think, people! " JANE ANDERSON English Connecticut College, A.B. " Seriously . . MARY A. BUCKLEY Home Economics Regis College, B.S. " The first thing to do is read the directions.” CHARLES BENNETT United States History, Civics University of Rhode Island, A.B. University of Connecticut Graduate School, University of Rhode Island Graduate School " Discuss and fully develop . . ENID M. BURNS English, Advisor to The Squire Simmons College, B.S. Middlebury College, M.A. " That’s a good point to bring out.” ALBERT BERMAN General Science; Geometry; Algebra II. University of Massachusetts, Teachers College at Salem, B.S. " We have one prize this morning—detention at 2:30.” HOWARD E. CROZIER Director of Physical Education and Athletics; Track; Cross Country, and Wrestling Coach. Springfield College, B.S.;M.Ed. " Get off the gym floor with those shoes on.” 7 FACULTY MARGARET M. DONLAN Algebra, Latin, Advisor to National Honor Society Boston University, A.B., M.Ed. " First row go to the board.” ARTHUR H. FORGETTA Algebra, Senior Mathematics, Math Club Tufts University, B.S. Northeastern University, M.Ed. " My last class was so inspir¬ ing; six people fell asleep.” JOHN V. DONOVAN Chairman of English Department, English Boston College, A.B., M.A. " Do you want to join my 2:30 Club?” MADELINE GILLEN Director of Guidance University of Maine, A.B. Boston University, M.A. " I have something for you.” AMERICO J. FICHERA Algebra, General Science; Assistant Football Coach, Junior Varsity; Assistant Basketball Coach, Freshman. State College at Salem, B.S. in Ed. " Let’s see if the book agrees with this answer.” MARION S. GROSSMAN Typewriting, Stenography, Advisor to Student Council Salem State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Boston University, Ed.M. " You’re the worst class I have.” ANTHONY FORGETTA French Boston College, B.S. " I’ve told you for the last time.” ARTHUR P. HALL Latin, Russian Boston University, A.B. " Your mistake is taking Russian.” 8 FACULTY i . ARTHUR J. HAMEL Chemistry, Coach of J. V. Baseball St. Anselm’s College, A.B. State Teachers College at Boston, M.Ed. University of New Hampshire, M.S.T. (Chemistry). " When Hector was a young pup . . ROBERT C. LICARE Problems of Democracy, Boy’s Physical Education, Basketball Coach, Freshman Football Coach. Boston University, B.S., Ed.M. " Hey you in the back JAMES L. HILLS Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Fitchburg State College, M.Ed. " Do you want to go to the prom with me?” JOSEPH F. LYNCH Plane Geometry, Algebra, General Science, Advisor to the Math Club College of the Holy Cross, B.S. " My young mathematicians . . . LEWIS J. HULL Librarian Boston University, B.Mus., M.A. " You have been selected by Mr. Hayes to be in this study.” MILDRED G. MATASSO English, Advisor to The Knight Merrimack College, A.B. Boston College, M.A. " This book is positively delightful.” MILTON J. KIMMEL Band Director, Instrumental Director Lowell State College, B.S. in Ed. " Strike up with ' Frosty’.” james w. McDonald Speech, English, Dramatic Club, Director of School Play, Driver Education Emerson College, B.L.I. " We don’t want any ' dis,’ ' dat,’ ’des,’ and ' dos” boys!” 9 FACULTY CLARENCE E. MOSHER, JR. Music Supervisor, Choral Music New England Conservatory of Music, B.Mus. Columbia University, M.A. in Educational Administration. " I’d better not say it.” JULIA L. PLOETZ English New York State University at Albany, A.B. " All right, sweetheart!” THOMAS L. REGAN Physics, Chemistry, Algebra Science Club, President of North Andover Teachers Association Providence College, B.S. State College at Salem, M.Ed. " Does that seem all right to ? »» . ALICE M. NEAL Typewriting, Bookkeeping Bookkeeper for North Andover School Lunch Programs. Boston University, B.S.S., M.Ed. " You’re all grown up people.” ALBERT F. PERRAULT, JR. Problems of Democracy, Civics, History. Holy Cross, B.S. Boston College, M.A. " Next . ..” JOHN R. ROBINSON General Science, Consumer Education, Problems of Democracy, Photography Club. Boston University, B.S. Suffolk University, M.Ed. " Get off the radiator.” ROBERT NORDLUND French Suffolk University, A.B. Tufts University, Boston University, Graduate Work " Okay, people . . .” THOMAS F. POWERS Director of Guidance, Business Manager Athletics Tufts, A.B., M.Ed. Boston University, Advanced Study " How will I get you into college?” wr kA 10 FACULTY ROBERT B. ROCHE History, Biology Assistant Coach in Football, Basketball, and Track Suffolk University, A.B. " Gentlemen . . BETTINA STEARNS French University of Wisconsin, B.A. Harvard, Ed.M. " She said ...” ROBERT J. SULLIVAN Algebra, General Math, Coach of Football Holy Cross, B.S. " The team that wants to win the most will.” KATHERINE C. SHERIDAN History, Geography Boston University, B.S. in Ed., M.Ed. " Red necks, lobster backs ...” CLAIRE T. TORPEY Stenography, Office Practice, Junior Business Training. Salem State Teachers College, B.S. in Ed. Boston University, M.Ed. " Please sit up straight.” CAROLYN WHITEHEAD Freehand Drawing, Arts and Crafts Massachusetts College of Art, B.S. in Ed. " Oh really?” HARWOOD A. STEELE Typing, Bookkeeping, Business University of Maine, B.S. in Bus. Ed.; Salem State College, M.Ed. " Who gave you permission to be at your locker?” I NANCY YANOFSKY Girls’ Physical Education, Girls’ Field Hockey and Basketball Coach Bouve-Boston, Tufts University B.S.E. Boston University " Girls, let’s have it quiet.” 11 Wonder is a senior heralding tomorrow . . . marking the end of the beginning . . . dreams of four years become realities . . . plans become successes . . . a senior is today. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS John Stevenson, President and William DeBarba, Secretary-Treasurer 14 RICHARD N. ALAKEL " Dick” Appears quiet, but just get him talking . . . like a flash of lightning on the track . . . likes mathematics ... a real nice guy . . . hopes to be a school teacher .. . may the best be yours. Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Cross Country 3, 4. CHARLES L. ANDREWS, JR. " Chuck” A good student . . . devoted to the Russian Club . . . headed for success . . . college bound . . . great member of the band ,. . good luck, Chuck. The Knight 3; Russian 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. MARGARET C. ASPESLAGH " Peggy” A sweet miss and a great majorette . . . spends her summers in New Hampshire . . . has a special interest in Braintree . . . true friend . . . hates to have anyone call her " Applesauce” . . . has many pen pals . . . will make one of the best executive secretaries in the business world. The Knight 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Majorettes 4; Knightengales 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. NORMAN M. BEAUCHESNE " Beauch” N. A.’s best talker .. . usually seen with Wayne or Stan . . . loves a good time . . . likes sports ... a real Chevy fan . . . mischievous . . . sum¬ mers spent onscooters . . . Mr. Regan’s buddy . . . good luck as a State Cop ?? Photography Club 2; Prep Club 4 . LYNDA J. BETTENCOURT " Lynda B” Rosy red cheeks . . . cute as a button ... an asset to the cheering squad . . . loves to eat . . . the best dancer in all N. A. . . . creamy complexion . . . well-liked by both boys and girls ... a friendly disposition ... a perfect lady ... future career as a secretary. Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Dramatic Club 1; Cheerleader 3, 4 (Co- Captain); Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Valentine Queen Attendant 1. JOAN BEVINS Joanme A very artistic girl . . . enjoys creative activities such as painting and writing ... an accomplished seamstress . . . fights for her convictions . . . why won’t Mr. Steele accept your admit slips? . . . someday we will see Joannie’s paintings in a famous museum. The Knight 3, 4 (Art Editor); The Squire 3, 4 (Art Editor); Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2; School Play 3. GLORIA M. BEAULIEU " Glow” Beaming red hair that bounces when she walks . . . carefree and merry as can be . . . " glow”-ing personality . . . always ready to lend a helping hand . .. fun-loving but serious at times ... a cheery smile for everyone . . . a wonderful friend to have . . . aspirations of becoming a teacher. The Knight 3; The Squire 3, 4 (Business and Advertising Editor); Soft- ball 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Science Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4. RICHARD J. BEVIN " Dick” Not a care in the world . . . usually seen driving around in his black tin can (the Minor) . . . did you ever get your reverse gear fixed? ... a great mechanic and a good friend. Wrestling 2; Track 2; Football 3 4,; Cafe Duty 3, 4. MARSHA BOLDERSON " Marsh” Little, but wow . . . always on the go . . . winning personality . . . loves the out-of-doors ... a great fan of skiing and boating . . . never takes life seriously . . . loves a good looking car . . . real gift of gab . . . " what will we do this week-end?” . . . sure to be a success. The Knight 3; The Squire 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3. GAIL P. BONNER " Gailee” Short and sweet ... an attractive blond . . . quiet . . . pleasing person¬ ality ... a hospital volunteer worker . . . enjoys dancing ... a genuinely nice person ... a cute voice ... a future career in nursing. The Knight 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Russian Club 4. A. WILLIAM BOUTILIER " Boots” A sports enthusiast . . . always talking about basketball . . . never stops eating . . . daddy long-legs . . . always looking for fun . . . beautiful blue eyes . . . great sense of humor ... a real gentleman . . . loves to knock a certain nationality . . . bound to be a successful teacher. Basketball 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4- EDWARD D. BOYNTON " Ed” A nice guy to know . . . usually found at the " Y” . . . likes swimming and sailing . . . mornings spent in homeroom talking with Doug, Dick and gang ... best of luck, Ed. The Knight 4; Wrestling 2. 17 JANE T. BROADHEAD Jane Vivacious personality . . . always breaking up and making up . . . flir¬ tatious, especially with " Boots” . . . sparkling green eyes . . . always talking it up on the basketball court . . . good friend to have . . . future teacher . .. good luck, Jane. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3 (Captain); Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3- MICHELE A. BRIEN " Mikki” A new addition to N. A. H. S. . . . a terrific ballet dancer ... a different hair style everyday . . . always writing letters . . . enjoys painting and reading ... a sure success in a dancing career. Dramatic Club 4; ST. MARY’s—Sodality 1, 2, 3; J. F. K. Club 3; Latin Club 1, 2; Marion Monitor l, 2. ALLAN N. BREEN " Breenie” A great gent to know . . . very good looking . . . likes Maine . . . full of witty remarks . . . shy, but wait until you get to know him ... al¬ ways where the fun is ... an avid member of the Photography Club . . . good luck as a state policeman. Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2. STEPHEN C. BREEN " Rip” Allan’s twin . . . always makes homeroom just in time . . . likes Maine . . . sleeps sitting up! . . . loyal member of the 2:30 club . . . travels on a blue Lambretta . . . Best of luck to a great guy. 18 ELIZABETH R. BRODERICK Lissa One great lifeguard at Steven’s Pond . . . real cute miss . . . great in sports . . . really swings that field hockey stick ... is sure to become a success as a secretary. Basketball 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3; Pep Club 2; Prep Club 4. LYNDA M. BURDETT " Lynda” A newcomer to N. A. . . . always looking for fun . . . enjoys dancing and out-of-doors sports . . . loves reading . . . can’t wait for the mailman to come . . . plans a future in retail buying . . . sure to succeed. Cheerleader 1, 3; Basketball 1 (Captain), 2; Pep Club 2; High School Representative 2; Secretary of Junior Activities 3; Drama Club 3; Art Club 3; Teen Board 3; (at previous schools) Dramatic Club 4- BRENDA LEE BUSSIERE " B Lee B” A sweet majorette . . . never at a loss for words ... a winning smile . . . oh, that accent! ! . . . always on the go . . . avid N. A. sports fan . . . sure to be a successful hairdresser . . . good luck in the future. Field Hockey 2; Majorette 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4. DONNA L. BUTTERFIELD " Dawn” A sweet attractive miss with tons of personality . . . quiet at first but wait until you get to know her . . . attracted to the opposite sex . . . loves sports . . . pretty blonde hair and blue eyes ... is sure to be a success in the future. 19 ELIZABETH M. BUTURLIA " Betty” An irrepressible flirt . . . loquacious . . . effervescent . . . gorgeous long, mahogany hair . . . warm brown eyes . . . has a great sense of humor . . .will make a fine executive secretary. Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4; The Knight 3, 4. JOSEPH A. CALIRI Joe A swell fellow with a smile and " hi” for everyone . . . has a great love for a 1962 Pontiac, right Joe? ... is sure to be a success . . . college bound . . . fabulous speech student! Library Club 4. IRENE F. COLE »T _ Irene Always a smile for everyone . . . one of our high-stepping majorettes . . . what’s this about Fort Devan’s, Irene? . . . drives that white car . . . always slams the door in homeroom . . . enjoys skiing, swimming, and dancing. . . may the best be yours in the future. Dramatic Club 1, 4; Majorettes 3, 4. RONALD S. BUTURLIA " Ron” Very quiet . . . hardly ever seen . . . loves school (?) ... partial to parties and girls . . . why don’t you like homeroom at 2:30? . . . you’ll make a great Forest Ranger. 20 SUSAN H. CONSTANTINEAU Con An adorable cheerleader . . . always eating . . . likes horseback riding . . . cute Football Queen . . . partial to a certain football player . . . always has problems . . . full of mischief . . . peppy . . . likes a joke ... have fun in France .. . you deserve the best. Cheerleader 4; Football Queen 4; Valentine Queen’s Court 3; Softball 2, 3; Pep Club 3, 4; Audio-Visual Club 4. JOYCE E. COPELAND Joyce Quiet . . . loves to bowl ... a nice dresser . . . pleasant personality . . . future English teacher . . . beautiful black hair . . . neat as a p in . . . always ready with a friendly " hi”. The Knight 3, 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3; Russian Club 3, 4- JEAN E. CORAM " Jeannie” A real hard worker in everything she does . . . B. J.’ other half . . . really likes her youth group . . . how were the Beach Boys, Jeannie? . . . an avid Celtics fan . . . loves to play basketball . . . always has advice . . . hopes to be a Medical Technologist . . . best of luck Jeannie, you deserve it. The Knight 3, 4 (Literary Editor); The Squire 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Cafe Duty 4., JUDITH A. CORELLO " Judy” Neat . . . beautiful clothes . . . loves to shop . . . well respected by all . . . a kind word for everybody . . . lives tall basketball players . . . ardent student de francais . . . great advice . . . always on the go . . . best of luck teaching French. The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4 (Literary editor); Class Secretary- Treasurer 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Field Hockey 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 2, 3, 4; Valentine Queen’s Court 2. 21 ANNE R. CORRADINO " Anne” Quiet and shy until you get to know her . . . easy to get along with . . . lovely long black hair and big brown eyes . . . great friend to have . . . loves horses . . . future riding instructor . . . best of luck in the years ahead, Anne. Softball 3; Field Hockey 1. MAUREEN COSTELLO " Moe” Real nice girl . . . Mr. Robinson’s pal . . . dreamy eyes . . . loads of fun when Moe’s around . . . love that voice . . . what a giggle . . . Laura and Pam’s partner in crime . . . Merrimack’s best soup pourer . . . usual¬ ly seen at the Barn . . . great friend to have ... Be good like always. The Knight 3,4; The Squire 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4; Audio-Visual 4. PAULINE CROSBY " Polly” New York’s loss is N. A.’s gain .. . loyal friend . . . beautiful, big brown eyes and long curly hair . . . usually seen driving around town in her Corvair . . . friendly but quiet ... a guaranteed success . . . future sec¬ retary ... best of luck, Polly. Dramatic Club 3, 4; Prep Club 3; Library Club 3. JOHN P. CURTIN " Jack” Seems quiet, but look again . . . C. Y. O.’s best bowler . . . ambitious . . . always has his problems . . . friendly . . . remember those swinging library spares? . . . headed for college ... a sure success in all his endeavors. The Knight 3, 4 (Sports editor); Track 3, 4; Color guard 1, 2, 3. 22 LINDA E. DARVEAU « T M Lynn A petite miss with a surplus of personality ... . boys, boys, boys . . . loves to dance . . . avid sports fan . . . can be found at the pond during the summer . . . always in a hurry . . . sure to make a great nurse. The Knight 4; Pep Club 2; Chorus 1; Dramatic Club 2; Softball; Christmas Assembly 4. WILLIAM JOHN DeBARBA " No-Billy-Um DeBubbles” One terrific guy with a great personality . . . sincere friend . . . willing to help . . . life of the party—and what parties! . . . math genius . . . did you ever get that made-to-order baseball uniform? . . . Central’s loss was our gain . . . " Isn’t he cute?” . . . will make a terrific teacher. Class Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 4 (Vice-President); Na¬ tional Honor Society 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 3, 4; Football 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4 (President); Home Room Representative 1, 2 (CCHS); Debating 1, 2 (CCHS). VIRGINIA A. DeBURRO Ginny Always a friendly " hi” for everyone . . . anxiously awaits the mailman . . . full of vim and vigor . . . attracted to the opposite sex . . . collegiate wardrobe . . . always seen driving around with Poxie and Chris ... a great dancer . .. best of luck as a teacher. The Knight 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 4; Class Planning Committee 3, 4; Cafe Duty 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Softball 1. RICHARD G. DeLOGE " Dick” Always a smile and a " hi” for everyone . . . oh, those library spares! . . . ends up at the end of the lunch lines . . . science minded . . . questioning, alert, responsive ... oh, that laugh . . . bound to be a success in the business world. Prep Club 4- 23 ELIZABETH ANN DETORA " Betty” Loves writing letters ... a cute smile . . . friendly " hi” for all . . . loves to read . . . always seen at basketball and football games . . . Peace Corps enthusiast . . . may success be yours, Betty. The Knight 3, 4; Field Hockey 2; Russian Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; Pep Club 3; Softball 1, 2; Honor Society 4- BARBARA DiGLORIA Short and sweet ... oh! that gift of gab . . . loves her car! . . . usually seen with Bev . . . always takes good care of her brother and sister . . . California accent is almost gone . . . best of luck to a great gal. ROCCO A. DiGLORIA " Rockey” One of the best singers and guitar players at N. A. H. S. . . . really the nicest boy one could meet ... a friendly " hi” to everyone, right Rockey! ! ! . . . always seen with the guys . . . always last in lunch line! (wOnder why!) ... is sure to be a great success in anything he does! Baseball 2, 3, 4; Cafe Duty 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4. VIRGINIA R. DILL Ginny A most unforgettable gal with a bubbly personality . . . loves the Beatles . . . food, food, food! . . . thrives on peanut-butter and jelly sandwiches between classes . . . always well dressed . . . loves music . . . friendly ways and feeling for others . . . sure to be a successful nurse. The Knight 4; Knightingales 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. 24 DONNA J. DOLAN " Don” One great gal to know . . . asset to N. A. H. S. . . . great personality . . . loves to swim, play tennis, and play basketball . . . will someday be a terrific nurse . . . may lots of good luck and best wishes be in store for you. Dramatic Club 1; Basketball 2, 3; Pep Club 2, 3, 4. JEFFREY DONOHUE " Jeff” Always where the action is ... real sharp dresser .. . known for his long hair .. . popular with the girls. DONNA M. DOWNES " D. D.” Andover’s loss is North Andover’s gain . . . wonderful personality . . . likes to drive her little Volkswagen . . . nice to know . . . takes to the slopes during the winter ... is interested in music . . . nice wardrobe . .. bound for success in music education . . . best of luck to a sweet girl. Ski Club 3; Dramatic Club 3 4; Chorus 3, 4; ANDOVER HIGH SCHOOL—Latin Club 1; American Field Service 2; Glee Club 1, 2 ; Choral Society 1, 2; Cheerleader; Yearbook Staff 1, 2. RICHARD P. DUFRESNE " Rick” Great guy . . . loads of fun . . . good looking . . . G T. O. . . . liked by all . . . always snoozing in Caf spares (?) ... always teasing some girl .. . likes to tinker with cars . . . never gets angry . . . sports minded . . . good luck, Rick. Baseball 1,2,3, 4. 25 BONNIE P. DULUDE A petite, creative miss with a very artistic mind . . . quiet . . . paints like Picasso . . . takes unusually beautiful photos ... a flair for writing ... college bound . .. success in a future art career. The Knight 3, 4 (Editor-in-chief) (Art editor); The Squire 3, 4 (Art Editor). LAURA A. D’URSO " Durs” Friendly to all . . . magnetic personality . . . always smiling, and why not! ! ! . . . dresses real sharp . . . loves a good time . . . always seen in the big red car . . . Lawrencs’ loss is North Andover’s gain ... is sure to be a success as a social worker, or in anything she does. The Knight 4; Dramatic Club 4; Pop Club 4; Audio-Visual Club 4. WAYNE ELLIOT " Wayne” Quiet and shy at first, but you’ll be sorry . . . handsome . . . partial to a certain member of the opposite sex . . . will really miss Mr. D.’s home¬ room . . . loves food . . . liked by all . . . best of luck in the business field. Prom Committee 3- PAMELA JEAN DURAND " Pam” A real pretty miss . . . lovely hair . . . always has a smile and a good word for everyone . . . world’s greatest friend . . . well liked by all . . . loves the Rolling Stones . . . good luck in England on your trip . . . sure to be a great success. The Knight 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Library Club 4. 26 EDWARD E. ERICKSON " Ed” Ardent homework fan . . . usually buried in a book . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . always does his algebra homework? . . . sure to succeed in everything. MARGARET A. ERLE " Maggie” One cute miss . . . hasn’t a worry in the world . . . forever falling in gym . . . personality plus . . . beautiful black hair . . . can be found on the ski slopes in the winter . . . letters to Pennsylvania . . . loves to eat .. . liked by all.. . bound to succeed. The Knight 4; The Squire 3, 4; Softball 1, 2, 3; Student Council 1, 2; Prom Committee 3; Russian Club 3. LINDA C. FIACCHINO " Finsoch” A real great guy ... a pleasant smile and " hi” for everyone . . . quiet but friendly . . . likes boys from out of town, especially Maine . . . right Finsoch (?) ... enjoys all aspects of music . . . your wonderful person¬ ality will help make you a great airline stewardess. Knightingales 2, 3, 4; Cafe Duty 3. KATHLEEN A. FIORI " Kathy” Everyone’s friend . . . beautiful clothes . . . successful student . . . great asset to N. A. H. S. . . . lots of school spirit . . . loves to study languages . . . will make a tremendous interpreter for our government. The Knight 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Knightingales 3, 4; Honor Society 3, 4 (President). 27 KARIN W. FLEISCHMANN " Karin” A beaming smile and sparkling eyes that have brightened much of N. A. ... no subject too difficult... a mad chemist ... an infectious spirit . . . always extremely happy . . . most stylish . . . best in all you do, Karin. The Knight 3, 4 (Business Editor); The Squire 3, 4 (News Editor); Honor Society 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 3, 4; Student Council 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Ski Club 3; Math Club 2; Dramatic Club 1; Prep Club 4; Prom Committee 3. JOHN FLEISCHMANN " John” Central’s loss is N. A.’s gain ... a friendly " hi” for everyone . . . loves to ski . . . Celtic fan . . . thoughtful and considerate ... a sure success. Track 3. MARILYN FOLEY " Lyn” (with only one " n”) Peppiest cheerleader . . . famous smile . . . always happy (wonder why?) . . . loves music (especially the kind by the " Secrets”—right Lyn?) . . . great dancer . . . whiz at languages . . . true friend . . . good in all sports . . . sociology major in college . . . our future ambassador to Russia! The Knight 4; Russian Club 3, 4 (Vice-President); Cheerleader 3, 4; Field Hockey 1, 2; Ski Club 3; Squire 4 (Publicity Editor); Pep Club 4; Football Queen Attendant 4- EDITH A. FOULDS " Edie” Always grinning from ear to ear . . . who could be her enemy? . . . enjoys a real good time ... a good student . . . her " school” family means so much to her? . . . always willing to lend a helping hand . . . may success be your s, Edie. The Knight 3, 4 (Editor-in-chief); Latin Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1; Student Council 1, 4 (Secretary-Treasurer); The Squire 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Math Club 4- 28 DONALD J. FOUNTAIN " Don” A real nice guy to know . . . easy to get along with . . . often seen in Mr. Robinson’s room . . . always ready for a good time . . . likes to tinker around cars ... a future mechanical engineer . . . good luck to one great guy. Prep Club 4; Audio-Visual Club 4. FRANK G. FOUNTAIN " Frank” Devoted football player . . . car lover ... a hard worker . . . always ready to cheer up someone ... a real charmer . . . homework is his foe . . . loves parties and a good time . . . good luck, Frank, in whatever you do. Football 1, 2, 3, 4. IRENE A. FOURNIER ««T Irene Looks quiet but friendly ... an asset to Miss Torpey’s Office Practice Class . . . best friends with Ann . . . hard worker . . . when she makes a statement she’s prepared to back it up . . . likes to ski . . . enjoys working with figures . . . good luck in the future. CHRISTINE M. FRASER " Moose” A popular girl to know . . . always smiling . . . looks and brains rallied into one ... an asset to the Field Hockey team . . . likes to tease Barry . . . the only female " Bummer” . . . partial to baseball players ... a sure success as a teacher. The Knight 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Class President 2; Honor Society 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Board of Trade Awards 1, 2; Latin Honor Society 1, 2; Student Council 2; Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4; P. T. S. A. 3; Prep Club 4; Prom Decoration Committee 3. 29 SUSAN M. GAFFNY " Gaffa” Beautiful wardrobe . . . forever eating, always a cute smile and friendly " hi” for all . . . many trips to Lawrence . . . whiz on the basketball court.. . terrific driver (?) ... best of luck, Sue. The Knight 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Softball 3; Basketball 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4. CASSIE JANE GARNEAU Cass Likes to travel to different countries and meet new people . . . intensely devoted to politics ... a real non-conformist . . . ambition is to be the first woman president of the United States. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1; Library Club 3, 4; The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Softball 3. JOHN A. GARVEY " Jack” Central’s loss was N. A.’s gain . . . loves camping at the beach . . . one of the scooter boys . . . always has something to do in Caf spares . . . has an answer for anything ... a welcome member to N. A.’s team . . . oh, those witty remarks! . . . partial to the fairer sex ... a sure success in whatever he may try. Track 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Cross-Country 4 . RONALD P. GALLONI " Ron” A real cool, base guitarist . . . asset to the cross country and track teams . . . not an enemy in the world . . . carefree as the wind . . .loves cow- path roads, how come, Ron? . . . lots of luck to a great guy. The Knight 3, 4; Cross-Country 4; Track 3, 4; Cafe Duty 4. 30 ROBERT A. GESING Gess One of N. A’s best in any athletic contest . . . built in jumping springs . . . the " crutches kid " . .. Cassie’s buddy in homeroom . . . what a sense of humor . . . killer with the opposite sex ... a sure success as a gym teacher. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. STEPHEN J. GIOIA Appears to be quiet and shy but wait ’til you get to know him! . . . enjoys sciences . . . well mannered . . . neatly dressed . . . liked by all . . . good luck in physiology. Dramatic Club 2; Russian Club 3, 4 (President); Track 4- CAROL E. GIARRUSSO " Carol” A sweet miss with personality plus ... an avid Beatle fan . . . loves planning parties ... a great basketball player . . . loves Italian food, how come? . . . dependable, sincere, and ambitious . . . best of luck in your career in French. The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 4; Honor Society 4; Basketball 1, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; Math Club 2; Pep Club 2. STEPHEN J. GUERRERA H Steve” Newton’s loss is N. A.’s gain . . . chief interests are hotrods, girls, and dancing . . . asset to our teams ... a friend to all . . . what’s so good about Salem(?) . . . usually seen with the " Bummers” . . . one great guy. Football 2 3, 4; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 31 KATHLEEN L. HASSEY " Kathy” Wonderful gal to know . . . personality galore . . . everyone’s friend . . . " Let’s go to McDonald’s!” . . . dark curly hair and mischievous brown eyes . . . actress of all actresses . . . the best speeches and oral book reports in N. A. The Squire 4; Student Council 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 (President); Pep Club 2; School Play 2, 3, 4; Christmas Assembly 2, 3, 4. ELLEN N. HAYES " Ellen” Sincere friend . . . loves to window shop . . . beautiful clothes . . . are you really flunking Senior Math? . . . bright blue eyes and shining brown hair ... good luck, Ellen, you deserve it. The Knight 3; Honor Society 4; Library Club , 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4. STEPHEN HENRY " Hank” Number 3 " bummer” ... his great ambition is to become a millionaire, but someone seems to have other plans for him . . . never gets in trouble(?) . . . why are you always late for math? ... a real asset to N. A.’s wrestling team . . . never at a loss for words ... a real true friend. Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Football 1, 3, 4- RAYMOND GUY " Ray” An extroverted member of the senior class . . . oh, those comments . . . a prominent member of the Photography Club . . . often seen with a camera . . . member of the Track team . . . best of luck to a future newspaper photographer. Photography Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4. 32 GEORGE D. HOLDSWORTH George Great guy to know . . . appears quiet, but looks are deceiving! ... al¬ ways seen with the guys or at Rocky’s house . . . always near the end of the lunch line . . . loves camping ... is sure to make a great mech¬ anical engineer. Basketball 1 , 2 ; Track 2 . H. LORRAINE HORTON " Lorrie” A future elementary school teacher . . . interesting person to talk to . . . has many friends both in N. A. and in New York . . . beautiful blonde hair ... a sincere person . . . best of luck, Lorrie. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Prep Club 4 . BETTY JEAN HOUTTE " B. J " A real worrier . . . but great to know . . . usually seen with Jeannie . . . really idolizes her youth group . . . why not? . . . " I’m sure” . . . " Ya, Okay!” ... A Beach Boys fan forever more . . . quiet in study halls? ... you’re bound for success in all your endeavors! The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4; Dramatic Club 3. WALTER HOPPING " Hop” A terrific guy with a personality to match . . . someday that car of yours just isn’t going to star(?) . . . one of our wrestlers . . . sure to succeed. Football 4; Wrestling 3, 4. HELEN A. IMINSKI " Ski” Quite a powerhouse . . . there’s bound to be fun and excitement when Helen’s around . . . comes out with the wittiest comments . . . life of the party . . . would rather listen to Sonny and Cher than do her home¬ work . . . main ambition is to become a secretary . . . good luck to a great girl. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Dramatic Club 2, 4 (Secretary); Pep Club 3,4. JANE A. IPPOLITO Jane Big brown eyes . . . loves to giggle . . . never at a loss for words . . . loves to drive . . . spends her spare time at the beach and playing the guitar . .. good luck in your art career. Dramatic Club 2; Pep Club 1 2. ANNE MARIE ISHERWOOD " Ree” Sweet majorette . . . has a smile for everybody . . . always willing to listen to anyone’s problems . . . blushes ever so easily . . . terrific gift of gab . . . has a way of getting into the funniest predicaments . . . likes dancing and listening to the radio . . . will one day be a hairdresser, and a very good one, too. Majorettes 3, 4. BARRY E. HUMPHREYS " Humpa” One of the most talented athlete-scholars N. A. has ever produced . . . a real hustler (on the basketball court, of course) . . . quiet and shy . . . one of the " Hicks” . . . proud owner of a Superman jacket ... al¬ ways seen with the guys . . . the best of luck to a real gentleman. Baseball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Football 4; Student Council 3; Latin Honor Society 2; National Honor Society 4; Boys’ State 3. 34 CAROL R. ISHERWOOD " Carol” Sweet majorette . . . partial to Brooks’ boys . . . always on the go . . . looks quiet but wait! always has a good word for everyone . . . one great friend to have .. . headed for a nursing career. Majorettes 3, 4; Russian Club 4. t KASPAR KASPARIAN At home playing any sport . . . always has something to talk about . . . enjoys meeting people . . . what a build! an asset to our football team . . . always can tell when Kaspar’s around by his laugh . . . best of luck to one great friend. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. JACQUELINE J. KENNEDY " Jackie” Sweet girl with a smile . . . never misses a chance to tell or hear a joke . . . sports fan . . . always has something worthwhile to say . . . great friend to have . . . sure to make a wonderful medical secretary . . . best of luck to you. Field Hockey , 2; Softball 1, 2, 3; Basketball Intramurals 1, 2. JOHN A. KAMAL " John” A loyal band member . . . rather quiet but liked by all . . . enjoys read¬ ing . . . conscientious, adept student . . . very sincere . . . it’s off to col¬ lege and then on to a teaching career for John. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 4. 35 ARTHUR M. KIRK " Buddy” A real nice guy to know . . . love that hair Buddy . . . strong silent (?) type ... a great friend from anyone’s viewpoint . . . may success be yours in the field of Broadcasting. f Football 1,2,3; Wrestling 2,4. K ' i JANET L. KORB Jan A great friend to have ... a girl who always has a smile and a good word for everyone ... a great Speech Student . . . likes all water sports . . . shy until you get to know her , . . stay as you are, Jan, and you’re sure to make a great teacher. The Knight 4; Student Council 2; Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Library Club 2. DONALD J. LAPOINTE " Don” Famous for his humorous remarks . . . " quick with the wit” . . . well dressed . . . good looking . . . often seen driving his motor scooter around N. A. . . . one of the Bummers of America . . . ambitious (?) . . . a charmer when it comes to the fairer sex . . . full of the devil . . . always has an answer. Basketball 1, 2 (Manager 3, 4); Football 1; Student Council 1. MICHAEL JOSEPH LEARY " Skeeter” No. 2 Bummer . . . never without a joke . . . oh, those eyes . . . adores the beach . . . attracted to the opposite sex . . . well dressed . . . such witty remarks . . . seen with the guys . . . how did you catch that base¬ ball in your uniform? . . . always the life of a party . . . sure to be successful.. . good luck, Mike. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1; Basketball 1. 36 WENDY A. LESLIE « T » Les Lover of all the latest dances ... a really great majorette . . . well liked by all who know her . . . has all the outstanding qualities for eventual success as a nurse. Dramatic Club 4; Chorus 1,2,3, 4; Majorettes 3, 4- THOMAS J. LICCIARDELLO " Tom” Small but potent ... a welcome member to anyone’s team . . . seem¬ ingly quiet, but watch out . . . tops in wrestling and track . . . loves to try to give detention when on cafe duty ... a success in whatever he does. The Knight 4; Cross Country 3, 4 (Co. Capt.); Wrestling 2, 3, 4 (Co. Capt.); Track 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Russian Club 4. SHERYL S. LOCKE A sports enthusiast . . . looked forward to field hockey this year, won¬ der why . . . excels in her studies ... a cute girl with a smile for every¬ one . . . personality plus . . . likes a certain boy . . . adores basketball ... sure to succeed. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Co. Capt.); National Honor Society (Sec. Treas.); Ski Club 3; Math Club 3; Squire 3, 4; Valentine Queen’s Court 3. " Leo” Pixie, petite, and popular . . . always seen driving around town in her Falcon ... a whiz on the basketball court ... a wardrobe from the pages of Seventeen . . . attracted to a certain member of the opposite sex ... full of mischief ... good luck in the future. Basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 3. LINDA A. LEONCYK 37 MARGARET J. LODGE " Peggy” Always adorned with a pleasant smile . . . quiet, shy and friendly . . . Boys . . . Boys . . . Boys! likes her youth group . . . seen with B.J., Jeanne, and Brenda . . . never an unkind word . . . Best of luck as a medical secretary, Peggy! The Knight 3; The Dramatic Club 1; Squire 3; Pep Club 3. WARREN D. LODGE " Skip” Usually seen in his green Pontiac . . . Camp Onway boy . . . Beach Boys fan, right! how come you laugh at jokes even if you don’t get them . . . Mr. Mac’s A-l stage manager . . . easy going ... a real hustler . . . what happened to your blonde streak? sure to be a success. The Knight 3, 4; Class President 1; Student Council 1; Track 3; Dra¬ matic Club 4. MAURA LYNCH " Maura” One of N.A.’s best cheerleaders . . . bubbling personality . . . liked by all . . . always seen at a certain restaurant ... a hard worker . . .sure to be a success as an elementary school teacher . . . good luck Maura. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Cheerleader 3 4; Dramatic Club 1; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3- JOSEPH A. MANGANO " Mangle” Great friend to have . . . always seen riding around town in his Ford . . . hopes to be a plumber . . . Mangano Brothers (and son) (?) . . . Best of luck, Joe. Wrestling 1, 2; Dramatic Club 3, 4. 38 BARBARA J. McCANN " Barbara” A real peppy cheerleader ... a sweet shy smile . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . loves speaking different languages . . . excels in every¬ thing she undertakes . . . loves a good time . . . everybody’s friend . . . sure to be a real attractive linguist. Student Council 2; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 (Vice-President); Math Club 2, 3, 4; Russian Club 3, 4 (President); Cheerleader 4; Pep Club 2, 3 , 4. CLIFFORD R. McCARTHY, JR. " Kip” Quiet enough in school, but the life of the party elsewhere . . . always ready with a joke to tell ... a notorious doodler, but quite an artist . . . a great wrestler ... a sharp dresser ... a great friend to have. Track 2; Wrestling 2, 3, 4. DANIEL COLEBROOK McCARTHY " Danny” The great friend . . . seen in his black Mercedes Benz . . . where did you get that wild collection of ties, Dan? D.A.W.K. . . . likes music, sailing, and skiing . . . treasures his guitar . . . mischievous . . . well- liked by all... U.N.H. is his goal... good luck. Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; Photography Club2, 3; Russian Club 4; Prep Club 4- G. REID MATTHESON " Reid” Quiet at first, then watch out . . . not a care in the world . . . really east going . . . likes cars . . . loves baseball . . . best of luck. Baseball 3, 4; Prep Club 4- 39 james McIntyre ««t » Jim Strong, silent type . . . terrific basketball player ... a future photog¬ rapher ... sure to be a success.. . Basketball 4; Photography 3, 4- CLAIRE A. MENARD Claire Cute, petite majorette . . . bubbling over with friendliness and charm . . . cheerful " hi” for everyone . . . mischievous (?) ... gift of gab . . . great girl to know . . . headed for success . . . happy flying day, Claire. Majorette 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3. ALLEN W. MIDDLETON " AL” The quiet, easy going type ... a born actor, maybe like Rock Hudson? an asset to N. A. H. S.’s plays . . . likes basketball, cars, and girls, in that order (!) ... Who are you kidding A1 (?) ... best of luck to a future history teacher. The Knight 3, 4; Baseball 2; Cross Country 4; Prom Committee 3; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Christmas Assembly 3, 4; School Play 3, 4. NANCY R. MILLER " Nan” Great sense of humor . . . beautiful smile ... oh that ticklish giggle . . . blushes in bright red . . . sincere and faithful friend . . . talented artist . . . likes sports . . . helpful to oters . . . always successful in all she attempts . . . will make a top dental assistant . . . best of luck, Nanc! The Knight 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; P.T.S.A. Executive Board (Corresponding Secretary). 40 BENJAMIN MONTANARO " Ben " An artist with a great personality . . . girls, girls, and more girls . . . loves to dance . . . have any more swell boots? . . . never seen with more than one book ... a sure success in whatever he tries. Football 1; Wrestling 3; Dramatic Club 3. EDWARD J. MORGAN " Big Ed " Always skiing the slopes of Boston Hill . . . Ronnie’s buddy . . . likes to see what makes a car tic . . . usually has a trick up his sleeve ... an asset to our track team ... great all-around guy. Track 3, 4; Ski Club 3. JAMES MORKESKI ««T Jim Quiet until you get to know him . . . individualist . . . best of luck, Jim. e. Richard napolitano " Nappy” Quiet until you get to know him . . . plays any instrument ever in¬ vented ... a real asset to our band ... a true friend right down to the bitter end .. . sure success in whatever he attempts. Band 1,2,3, 4; Track 2. 41 FRANCIS K. NICE Franme The cutest head majorette N. A. ever had . . . likes water skiing, horse¬ backriding, and swimming . . . always where the fun is . . . has a cer¬ tain attraction to Methuen, right Frannie? . . . Will make someone a great secretary. Majorette 3, 4 (Captain); Dramatic Club 3, 4. MICHAEL L. NICOSIA " NICK” Handsome . . . lots of friends . . . " Can I borrow?” . . . great fan of the opposite sex . . . loves sports . . . great asset to the football team . . . always out for fun . . . great friend . . . usually seen with Tex or Kaspar ... best of luck, Mike. Football 2, 3, 4; Track 2; Baseball 1. JOHN OLENIO " John” A friend to all . . . oh, so mischievous . . . always has a witty remark . . . happy-go-lucky guy . . . what a personality . . . good luck in all you do.- Baseball 1; Wrestling 4; Dramatic Club 4- DIANE O. OTA " Diane” One terrific gal ... a real " nut!” seems quiet, but looks are deceiving! . . . very witty . . . true friend . . . brains plus . . . How’s Chinese? a great musician . . . reliable . . . cheerful . . . will make a perfect " prof.” National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3; The Squire 4; New England Solo Ensemble 1, 2, 3; New England Music Festival 1, 2, 3. 42 ANN B. PACKARD Enjoys dancing and all sports . . . adorable peacock blue eyes . . . de¬ voted to one particular boy ... a sweet and sincere smile reflects her personality ... a real asset to the majorettes . . . liked by all. Majorettes 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3. JOYCE A. PARAH " Poxie” Mischievous . . . personality plus ... is it red or brown hair this week Joyce (?) ... always where the fun is . . . the boys’ best friend . . . homework, her worst enemy . . . why the sudden love for the Red Sox? . .. good luck in hairdressing, Joyce. The Knight 4; Basketball 1, 2 (Intramural); Softball 1, 2, 3 (Intra¬ mural); Student Council 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Dramatic Club 4. JOSEPH W. PENDAK " Joe” Quietest pupil in school (?) never seen unless he’s smiling . . . always seen with the thing he loves most? (hint ,it has two wheels) . . . No. 1 Bummer ... a killer with the girls (?) has great ambitions (?) Hank’s partner in crime ... good luck in your future. Football 1,2, 4. SALVATORE L. PERRONE " Crash” Usually seen driving around in his red Le Mans ... a real " swinger” when it comes to guitar playing . . . loves to tinker with cars . . . seems to be accident prone ... a sure success. Ski Club 3. 43 MARILYN A. PERRUCCIO " Mai” A real peppy cheerleader . . . always seems to be talking . . . plenty of school spirit . . . lives on fudgicles . . . seen at the Barn . . . supporter of football and basketball games . . . loves to go horseback riding . . . good luck in your future years. The Knight 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Squire 4. PAMELA A. POROCHNIAK " Porack” Always smiling . . . very quiet? wonderful friend to have . . . adorable . . . bound The Knight 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1; Russian Club 4; Board of Trade Awards 3, 4; Honor Society 4- RICHARD A. PROCTOR " Dick” A real card shark ... a swinging guitar and trombone player ... an incurable flirt . . . never at a loss for words . . . witty sense of humor . . , but can be serious . . . guaranteed success as an English teacher. Band 1,2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2. STANLEY D. REED " Sandy” Tall and thin ... a bright smile lights up his face . . . future ambition to become a playboy ... a love for skiing ... a loyal Bummer . . . Scooter—Boy all summer . . . hopes to own a secluded chalet on top of a mountain someday . . . mischievous . . . witty . . . has a serious, yet carefree air .. . an all-around great. Ski Club 3; Dramatic Club 4; Prep Club 4- clothes . . . gift of gab . . . future high school English teacher for success .. . N.A.’s best to you in the years ahead, Pam. 44 DAVID J. RENNIE " Rogue” A great addition to our football team . . . can always be found where the fun is . . . tall, dark, and handsome . . . well dressed . . . never seen walking, always in his pink Cadillac . . . attracted to a certain Junior ... headed for success. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 1. WAYNE W. ROBERTS " Wayne” Good school spirit . . . always seen (???) but never heard . . . how’s your arm, now? . . . hopes to own his own business someday . . . studi¬ ous . . . hardworking fellow. GLENN G. ROBBINS " Charlie” Easy going with a natural ability to make friends ... a great sense of humor . . . remember Mr. Jenkins, Glenn? you’re quite an actor . . . a sometime surfer . . . usually seen with Bob and A1 when he isn’t with a certain miss (!) the best of luck to you, Charlie. Football 1; Baseball 2; Student Council 3; Dramatic Club 3; School Play 3, 4; Christmas Assembly 4; Cross Country 4. Basketball (Intramural) 1,2, 3, 4- .4 ■ KENNETH ROBINSON " Ken” Dashing, debonair . . . well-dressed gent . . . popular with the guys and gals . . . perenially tardy for homeroom . . . good luck to a pal. 45 STEPHEN B. ROCK " Steve” One of N.A.H.S.’s " biggest” assets ... a real tough football player . . . likes food (and lots of it) ... 4 lunches (?) stirs up fun in home¬ room . . . Why do you drink so much Polar beverage, Steve? as friendly as can be ... may success be yours. The Knight 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; The Squire 4. MICHAEL V. RODDEN " Mike” N. A.’s best driver (?) ... likes all kind of skiing . . . always ready for a wild time ... a Honda man .. . good looking ... a real sharp dresser ... mornings spent in the cafe. Ski Club 3; Baseball 4. PATRICIA A. ROE " Pat” Quiet . . . lovely, long dark hair . . . that warm smile reflects her per¬ sonality . . . sympathetic listener . . . enjoys bowling and dancing . . . is sure to make a fine hairdresser. LINDA M. ROUTHIER " Linda” A swell gal to know ... a terrific head cheerleader . . . full of vim and vigor ... St. Mary’s loss is N.A.’s gain . . . loves to drive, swim, and sew ... will be a great success in all she does. Cheerleader 3, 4 (Co. Capt.); Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Prep Club 4; Student Secretary 4; Student Council 4. 46 DIANNE L. SIERGIEJ " Dianne” Story-book princess’s features ... a real hard worker . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . loves to argue . . . oh, what gorgeous clothes . . . a great asset to N. A. H. S. . . . sure to be a great success in what¬ ever she undertakes. National Honor Society 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4 (Editor). JOHN SAN ANTONIO Tex What a football player .. . James Bond the second . . . oh, that temper! can’t stay still . . . always seen with a special cheerleader . . . livens up any class . . . loyal to N.A. . . . likes to eat . . . good looking gent . . . never a problem with friends... best of luck. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 (Capt.); Basketball 1, 2; Track 3, 4; Prep Club 4. EDWARD SCHRUENDER " Ed” Shy, cute redhead . . . always smiling and laughing . . . blushes oh so, easily . . . never keeps quiet once he gets going ... a great friend to have . . . always where the fun is . . . why do you like miniature golf so? Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling 3, 4; Baseball 1, 3; The Knight 4. MARIANNE E. SHERLOCK " Marianne” Bubbling with friendliness and charm . . . always willing to lend a help¬ ing hand . . . considerate of others . . . respected by all . . . may your future be as bright as your smile. The Knight 3, 4; Student Council 4; The Squire 4; Library Club 4; Pep Club 2. 47 1 ANN PAMELA SMITH " Pam” Always seen driving around in her Corvair . . . never with out a smile and a " hi” for all . . . loves horseback riding . . . personality plus. . . never an unkind word . . . may the best be yours. The Knight 3, 4; Basketball 2; Field Hockey 2; Pep Club 3, 4; North Eastern Music Festival 4; Dramatic Club. DONNA L. SMITH " Donna” Effervescent cheerleader . . . cute and petite . . . great on the dance floor . . . often seen with a certain someone . . . sincere and devoted in all she does . . . usually found in Mr. Mac’s room before school . . . may success be yours in the secretarial field, Donna. Cheerleader 4; Student Secretary 4; The Squire 4 (Typing Editor); Dramatic Club 3, 4; Chorus 1. SUSAN G. SMITH " Smitty” A wonderful person to know . . . always has a friendly smile for every¬ one . . . sports are her best friend . . . likes Salem N. H. . . . Roe’s other half . . . one of the best friends a person could have . . . will become a great nurse. Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Library Club 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Softball 2, 3; Student Council 4; Dramatic Club 1. CAROL A. SMOLAK Smo Nice smile . . . usually seen with Ann . . . serious in her studies . . . oh, such pretty clothes . . . love those shirt and sweater sets ... a whiz in chemistry . . . good luck in the lab. The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 2, 3, 4 (Editor); Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Society 4; Science Club 4 (Treasurer). 48 BRENDA ANN SOMMA " Brenda” Good natured and always ready with a smile . . . quiet until you get to know her . . . great driver . . . can really make those typewriter keys go! ... beautiful black hair . . . June’s other half . . . efficient secretary to Mr. Mac ... is happy most when she’s talking or eating . . . will make a great business teacher . . . may success be yours, Brenda. The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 4; Student Secretary 4; Library Club 2; Dramatic Club 4; Softball 2; Chorus 1, 2; Pep Club 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 4. ROSEMARY C. SPADARO " Roe” Seems quiet, but give her a chance . . . nice clothes . . . usually seen in the cafe before school . . . college dreams . . . remember cafe duty? . .. Susan’s other half ... good luck, Roe. The Knight 3, 4; Squire 4; Dramatic Club 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3, 4 JOHN W. STEPHENSON " Pokey” Mr. Everything ... a fabulous class President . . . why the interest in U. N. H.? ... a welcome addition to any team . . . life of a party . . . Boots’ partner in crime . . . respected by all fellow students . . . good luck in your career as a math teacher. Class President 3, ; Student Council 3, 4 (President); Football 1, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4 (Captain); Cross Country 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1,2, 3, 4; The Squire 4; Prep Club 4. MARCIA D. STEWARD " Dottie” Dazzling red hair and freckles ... a pleasant " hi” for everyone . . . beautiful sweaters . . . Pat’s second half . . . avid sports fan . . . great basketba ll player . . . finds time for playing the piano . . . loves children ... will make a perfect physical therapist. The Knight 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 1; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Senior Class Fund Raising Committee (Co-chairman) 4; Football Queen’s Court 4. 49 PATRICIA STONE " Pat” Sports . . . sports . . . sports! . . . really at home on a basketball court . . . Marcia’s chum . . . full of mischief . . . never gets disgusted with anything except Math . . . great aspirations to become a physical educa¬ tion teacher! Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-Captain); Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4 (News Editor); The Knight 4; Student Council 2; Fund Raising Committee 4; Football Queen’s Court 4. MARILYN J. TAYLOR " Mai” Wonderful girl to know . . . always has a " hi” and a giggle for everyone . . . great sense of humor . . . sure to succeed in all her future ambitions . . . tops in all her classes . . . you’ll make a great teacher. The Knight 3, 4; Latin Honor Society 1; Library Club 2; Science Club 3; The Squire 4; Pep Club 4- JAN B. STOTT UT ff Jan Likes sports, especially basketball . . . quiet until you get to know him ... a good student . . . easily sticks out in a crowd . . . will never forget chemistry class . . . good luck to a future junior high school teacher. Basketball 2; Baseball 1. The Knight 4; The Squire 4- ANN MARIE SWANSON " Ann” An asset to N. A. H. S. . . . " Who has an accent—not me!” .. . seems quiet (?) ... a real nice person to know . . . one cute blond . . . beauti¬ ful smile and adorable laugh . . . good luck in your future career as a nurse. 50 I ARTHUR J. TEICHMANN, JR. " Arthurrrr” A natural mathematician . . . always seen working with figures . . . sup¬ porter of all teams . . . loves his ’57 Rambler . . . the best in all your endeavors. Math Club 1, 2,3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2,3, 4- RICHARD W. THORNTON " Dick” Loudest guy in school—never knows when to be quiet! .. . doesn’t like girls? ... oh, come on, Dick . . . enjoys outdoor sports ... in the future, hopes to be a conservationist.. . good luck, Dick! Lawrence’s loss is North Andover’s gain ... an excellent math student . . . college bound . . . could be one of our high school’s future teachers . . . a real nice gu yto have as a friend. STEPHEN TIMONY " Steve” GENEVIEVE M. TORRISI " Jeanie” Beautiful hair (what color?) . . . chic wardrobe .. . whiz at sewing and knitting . . . friendly . . . pleasing personality . . . good dancer . . . partial to the opposite sex and vice versa . . . future elementary school teacher. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Pep Club 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4. 51 CORINNE D. TOWLER " Rene” One great gal to know . . . reliable manager of girls’ field hockey and basketball teams . . . oh, so mischievous . . . never without a smile . . . tremendous school spirit and a great asset to N. A. H. S. . . . good luck in your future career as a nurse. Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4 (Manager); Basketball 3, 4 (Man¬ ager); Ski Club 3. SALVATORE J. TROVATO " Sal” Real wild beat on the drums . . . always has something to say . . . loves long speeches . . . likes sports and girls . .. watch out W. B. Z., here comes an A-l disc-jockey! ROBERT P. TURNER " Tuna” One great guy to know .. . Saturday nights at the Surf . . . girls, girls, girls . .. cute smile . . . one of the Finneran’s gang .. . not a worry in the world .. . good luck, Bob. SANDRA M. UZALINSKI " Sandy” Quite a seamstress . . . forever changing her hair color . . . collegiate clothes galore . . . mischievous . . . likes dogs . . . cute laugh . . . easy to get along with . . . may success be yours, Sandy. The Knight 3; The Squire 3; Student Council 4; Library Club 4; Dra¬ matic Club 3, 4. 52 BRENDA M. VALLIERE " Brenda” One nice friend to have . . . seen riding around in her Mustang . . . chic clothes . . . prefers boys from out of town .. . guitar enthusiast . . . you will make a great secretary, Brenda. The Knight 4; The Squire 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 4; Pep Club 3; Li¬ brary Club 2. ARTHUR VAUGHAN " Artie” Friendly and easy-going . . . never a dull moment with Artie around . . . likes cars and movies . . . good luck in the U. S. Coast Guard, Arthur. ROBERT J. VERNILE " Bob” Friendly to all . . . never a quiet moment when Bob is around . . . when will you ever get your scooter going??? . . . can usually be seen with the guys . . . likes to go fishing off the surf at Salisbury . . . sure to be a success in the business field. JOYCE A. WARCHOL " Warchy” One of Mr. Forgetta’s mathematicians . . . artistically and musically in¬ clined . . . loves volunteer work at the hospital ... a good friend to have . . . bound for the fashion field and straight to New York . . . sure to be a success in the future. The Knight 4; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 2, 3; The Squire 3, 4. 53 PHYLIS WATSON " Phyl” One of the high stepping majorettes ... a winning smile and a per¬ sonality to match . .. never at a loss for words . . . found attractive by the opposite sex ... a great dancer . . . avid patron of the " Barn” . . . a future elementary teacher. The Knight 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; The Squire 4; Pep Club 3, 4. KATHLEEN MARY WILLIS " Kathy” Great to know . . . forever talking . . . " Kylil” . . . great hockey and basketball player . . . two lunches (?) ... loves to knit and sew . . . terrific wardrobe . . . future school teacher . . . what was your problem at Fort Devens (?) ... best of luck, Kathy. The Knight 3, 4; The Squire 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Latin Honor Society l, 2; Board of Trade Awards 2, 3; Class Secretary- Treasurer 3; Student Council 3; P. T. S. A. 4; Field Hockey 2, 4; Bas¬ ketball 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Dramatic Club 1; Math Club 2; Pep Club 2. JUNE IRENE WERTZ Junior Bright dancing eyes and a beautiful smile ... a fabulous wardrobe . . . always found in " 41” . . . always on the go . . . gift of gab ... a cheer¬ ful " hi” for everyone . . . she’s bound to make a great secretary. The Knight 3, 4 (Typing Editor); Chorus 1, 2, 3; Field Hockey 2; Pep Club 2, 3, 4; The Squire 4; Dramatic Club 4; Student Secretary 4; Prom Decorations Committee 3,4. BARRY E. WHITE " Whizzer” A great friend to have . . . always ready for a good time . . . full of fun and mischief . . . man of few words . . . special interest—girls! . . . always seen riding around town on his motor scooter . . . loves home¬ work? . . . always quick with a joke ... is sure to be a success. Dramatic Club 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3. - r 1 54 ROBERT C. WILSON " Bob” Appears to be quiet, but !!!... always willing to lend a helping hand ... sure to be a success in college. Baseball 3, 4. RICHARD JAMES WING " Wingo” Quiet, till you get to know him . . . loves to work on cars . . . partial to the opposite sex . . . terrific drum player . . . teacher’s pet . . . one swell guy to know . . . member of Mr. Lee’s 2:30 group ... a Sure success in art. PAMELA M. WINTERS " Pam” Can be seen bouncing through N. A. H. S.’s corridors . . . always has a joke to tell . . . great singer and guitar player . . . can usually be found at Phillips . . . loves those coffee houses . . . real whiz in all subjects ... sure to succeed. i Honor Society 3, 4; Math Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4 (President); Dramatic Club 2, 3; The Knight 3, 4 (Editor-in-chief); The Squire 3, 4; Pep Club 3, 4; Girls’ State 3; Board of Trade Award 2, 3, 4; Lowell Tech. Regional Fair 3; Science Fair Winner 3. SARAH E. WINDLE " Sally” Charming, witty, sincere ... an outstanding artist . . . has a warm smile for everyone .. . considerate of others ... a great reader ... an excellent debater . . . bound for success . . . good luck and much happiness, Sally. Dramatic Club 1, 3; Library Club 3. 55 JOYCE WITZGALL Always happy . . . good for sympathy . . . cute dresser .. . great friend to have . . . whiz at math . . . loves ice cream? . . . o-o-boys! . . . oh, that wit . . . oh, those math contests! . . . you’ll make a great math teacher. Math Club 2, 3 (Vice-President) The Knights 3, 4 (Circulation Editor); The Squire 3, 4 (Circulation Editor); Student Council 4; Prom Decorat¬ ing Committee 3. DOUGLAS S. WOOD " Doug” Not a day goes by without a smile . . . always well dressed ... a real gentleman . . . easy-going . . . when the whistle blasts at Stevie’s you know Doug’s around ... a future teacher . . . best of luck, Doug! P. T. S. A. 1, 2; Track 1, 3. DAVID B. YOUNG " Youngo” Seen a lot, but seldom heard (???) ... always looking for fun . . . can’t make up his mind (?) ... a real comedian in speech . . . great piano player . . . hopes to become another Liberace . . . may your candelabra ever burn brightly. The Knight 3; Track 1, 2; Baseball 3, 4 {Manager); Dramatic Club 3, 4. NANCY JOYCE ZIMNY Zim Great captain of basketball and field hockey teams . . . crazy stockings . . . terrific student . . . would like to travel to England to see a certain Beatle . . . vivacious personality . . . dancing eyes . . . sure success in physical therapy . . . good luck, Zimna. The Knight 3, 4 (Sports Editor); National Honor Society 2, 3, 4; Board of Trade Awards 2 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain); The Squire 2, 3, 4 (Sports Editor); Math Club 1, 2; Ski Club 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Prep Club 4; Valentine Queen’s Court 2; Football Queen’s Court 4. 56 IN MEMORIAM BERNARD MCDONALD 1949—1963 57 CLASS MOST POPULAR Christine Fraser John Stephenson MOST TALKATIVE Linda Routhier Norman Beauchesne MOST TALENTED Kathleen Hassey Glenn Robbins FRIENDLIEST Edith. Foulds John Olenio MOST POPULAR TEACHERS 58 Miss Nancy Yanofsky Mr. Thomas Powers QUIETEST Bonnie Dulude Joseph Caliri WITTIEST Helen Iminski Jeffrey Donohue DONE MOST FOR N.A.H.S. Kathleen Willis John Stephenson BEST DANCERS Lynda Bettencourt Barry White CLASS WOLF AND FLIRT Joyce Parah Frank Fountain T MOST MISCHIEVOUS Frances Nice Jeffrey Donahue CLASS LADY AND GENTLEMAN Marianne Sherlock Steven Gioia BEST PERSONALITY Marcia Steward Thomas Licciardello NICEST SMILE Sheryl Locke Joseph Pendak wmm BEST DRESSED Judy Corello Wayne Elliott BEST ATHLETES Patricia Stone Barry Humphries MOST DEPENDABLE Diane Ota William DeBarba BEST LOOKING Maura Lynch Allan Breen MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Nancy Zimny William DeBarba BEST STUDENTS Nancy Zimny 59 William DeBarba 60 What evil lurks within the heart of man . . . the Shadow knows! " Why I’d be delighted to answer that question!” 61 IgjSs Wonder is youth . . . unspoiled by convention, molded by ideas . . . beings of curiosity dreamers of today doers of tomorrow. Back row: W. Hamel, W. Hardacre, R. Smith, R. Mallory, W. Fdulds, P. Slipp, P. Lafond, S. Beauchesne, J. Anderson, J. Throp, J. Barwell, L. Stewart, P. Slipp, D. Fisher, S. Packard, J. Leone, N. Hermann, M. Jackson, T. Sullivan, W. Fournier, J. Cippola, R. Joyce, M. Davis, A. Longo, L. Johnson, K. Pellerin, R. Hennessey, D. Osgood. Row 3: T. Casale, T. Medici, J. Bellino, D. Quinlan, K. VanHeukalom, R. DiFusco, D. Girgenti, A. Cantone, T. Wood, J. McGuire, W. Martinoli, R. Quarterone, M. Friel, L. Minicucci, W. Nice, P. Routhier, W. White, D. Walker, D. Coates, R. Owens, R. Giard, N. Bodge, D. Licciardello. Row 4: M. Philbin, E. Massi- cotte, M. Dushame, J. Marsan, G. Waites, P. Kimball, S. St. Pierre, R. Underwood, G. Sabin, L. Penori, K. Fraser, S. Faro, J. Sheehan, E. Tabacco, K. Dolan, P. Gignac, K. Griffin, R. Licciardello, E. Dube, K. Winward, W. Henshaw, G. Swarbrick, K. Lumb, K. Sweeney, E. Bohne, L. Bishop, C. Lyons, Row 3: A. Shea, R. Bas¬ tion, M. Harris, E. Lostimolo, P. Hughes, E. Smolak, J. Subach, K. Fountain, J. McCabe, C. Fichera, M. Bates, M. Trombly, S. Tur- cotte, E. Homer, J. Fountain, J. Erickson, B. Rabs, D. Birtles, P. Keane, K. Martin, C. Guptil, M. Morgan. Row 2: f. Hoyt, D. Furnari, L. Robinson, A. Mathison, M. DeMario, R. Clermont, J. Garvin, C. Uzalinski, P. Wertz, P. Phelan, M. Costello, C. Hill, L. Lampros, N. Caldwell, B. Steele, D. Girgenti, E. Roche, L. Peters, M. Carney, S. Tomkins, M. DiDonato, M. Lane. Row 1: R. Hayes, S. MacNeill, K. Dow, D. Dane, S. McAvoy, G. Bresnahan, A. Ground, G. Trank, J. Ratcliffe, T. Dickson, A. Armitage, R. Bail- ley, J. Yule, E. Lynch, C. Libby, E. Currier, C. Pelliccione, N. Reilly, S. Caffrey, B. Callahan, C. Earley, B. Turner, S. Montanaro, B. Maker, K. Sherlock, M. Russo, G. Belben. JUNIOR CLASS Class Officers, Eileen Lynch, p resident, James Yule, vice-president (absent when photo was taken), and Carol Libby, secretary-treasurer discuss the advantages of good student government. InA m 1 t jjPylP .i Back row: J. Dulude, J. Day, A. Lanni, G. Beaumont, A. Mawson, R. Coram, B. Butterfield, J. Timlon, D. Summers, B. Curtin, K. Plourde, G. Davis, C. Koslow, J. Verrachia, R. Beaudoin, E. Smith, W. Mank, M. Demirjian, R. Devan, J. Cleary, T. Leonhard, J. Bel- lorado, B. Aspeslagh, J. Costello, M. Schruender, E. Cobb, J. Czar- necki, P. Guillmette, D. Ciarcia. Row 3: K. Rokes, J. Faro, J. Martin, R. DiCarlo, K. Noone, S. Gingras, D. Isherwood, S. Sulli¬ van, R. Fullerton, C. Spears, A. Cashman, D. Brien, G. Castor, C. Olpp, T. Hayes, J. Graham, R. O ' Brien, J. Mistretta, R .Giard, D. Grieco, P. Ritchie, D. Perrone, N. McCann, M. Beaudoin, R. Swasey, B. Armeen, J. Jackson, E. Hope, D. Gallagher. Row 4: D. Nicosia, M. Coolidge, S. Belanger, M. Curtin, C. Kennedy, G. Fraser, M. Windle, B. Beeley, K. Sarnia, J. Banks, L. Nutter, L. Eaton, M. Keisling, N. Greenwood, N. Tetler, M. Buturlia, M. Smith, C. Cane, G. Henshaw, S. Donohue, B. Hanson, S. McGib- bon, B. Wilson, M. Morkeski, B. Stone, B. Boynton, S. Hennessey, K. Wood, N. Hurley, M. Shea. Row 3: P. Emmett, D. Giarrusso, S. Longo, H. Walsh, L. Milton, L. Gilbert, S. Faro, S. Andruss, C. Jackson, C. Fountain, L. Slipskowski, M. Brien, J. Dunn, C. Hay, G. Salvetti, B. Pybus, S. Sullivan, S. Olenio, D. Anderson, B. Kelly, H. Demirdjian, J. Gallenstein, D. Goff, M. Connors, D. Giard, P. Emmett. Row 2: C. Robbins, S. Foss, E. Fiori, C. Parah, K. Mur¬ phy, G. Allen, S. Bluett, M. Pendak, K. Oakes, M. Berthel, G. Mc- Avoy, M. Guerrera, B. Tardif, P. Lanni, N. Ranfone, S. DeParis, J. Trovato, V. Jorgenson, M. Pomerleau, J. Griffiths, C. Hatem, M. Willis. Row 1: P. Newman, M. Smith, S. Morgano, V. Sullivan, D. Dufresne, W. Buco, S. Torrisi, J. Guthrie, C. Uliano, D. Mini- cucci, L. Niziak, H. Armitage, M. Arcari, D. Timony, P. Lanni, F. Campione, D. Fraize, D. Bousch, B. McKillop, M. Minardi. SOPHOMORE CLASS David Minicucci, sophomore class president, Christine Uliano, vice-president, and Linda Niziak, secretary- treasurer confer on a recent school fund raising drive. ll Back row: T. Windle, M. Keller ,R. Cleary, R. Graham, C. Rock, J. Downes, R. Matasik, A. Martin, P. Crane, P. Piantidosi, D. Gardiner, B. Leonard, J. Donlan, G. Farkis, W. Pula, M. Armano, J. Guay, M. Bergman, C. Hey, K. Callahan, J. Holdsworth, K. Cor¬ rigan, R. Stoddard, G. Smith, J. Armitage, L. Lovejoy, R. Zieba, J. DeFusco, J. Gaffney. Row 3: J. Mason, C. Armeen, W. Matthe- son, K. MacGregor, T. Pybus, J. Sullivan, R. Buturlia, W. Chais- son, J. Manos, P. McGrail, J. Sapienza, J. Chepulis, W. Hickey, R. Teichman, B. Guptil, T. Murphy, T. Carney, B. Kates, P. Vaillan- court, L. Lafond, P. Timony, D. Reed, J. Messina, L. Luciano, M. Cotter, J. Clarke, J. McCann, E. Capodilupo, H. Dowling, R. Witz- gall. Row 4: J. Castor, S. Trank, K. Brocato, B. Dushame, C. Moreschi, D. Stackelbeck, K. Skinner, N. Guilmette, D. Howard, A. Corrigan, J. Stott, D. Philbrick, A. Pitman, A. Stork, E. Caron, B. Guay, S. Swanson, S. Zahoruiko, P. Routhier, S. Haltmaier, J. Kirk, S. MacNeill, K. Sullivan, K. Burke, M. Manning, N. Gilbert, R. Dugan, P. Sheppard, J. Ippolito, S. Freeman, B. Dube, B. El¬ liot. Row 3: P .Green, K. Hill, M. Maxwell, A. Meyers, R. Har¬ vey, C. Dawson, G. Wilson, K. Hermann, K. Crawley, J. Andrews, L. Knowles, E. Reilly, J. Martin, L. Cyr, P. Lynch, J. Brightney, P. Spinney, B. Lee, M. Joyce, P. Wood, S. Bartlett, D. Dudley, C. Lord, M. Dill, V. Bates, G. Emmons, L. Hatem, K. McGuire. Row 2: I. Fuccini, K. Morin, S. Foley, K. Grey, M. St. Hillaire, V. Lam¬ bert, M. Sheppard, P. McCann, P. Pruneau, L. Pellerin, A. Charest, J. Earley, P. Rennie, C. Swindell, D. MacKellar, C. Stringer, S. DeLisle, T. Underwood, K. Powers, D. Smith, M. Donohue, J. Bastian. Row 1: S. Marchessault, B. Lyons, V. Casale, M. Bushnell, L. Buchanan, J. Oldfield, S. Robinson, J. Hyde, J. Locke, C. Go- guen, J. Minihan, M. Breen, S. Mathews, T. Devlin, M. Fichera, D. LaRochelle, S. Coates, D. Livesey, G. Licciardello, B. Davis, N. Montanaro, P. Ventrillo. FRESHMAN CLASS Jeremiah Minihan, president, Margaret Breen, vice- president, and Christine Goguen, secretary-treasurer discuss plans for a future school dance. " Will you stop in to see me. I have something for you. " And now for the morning announcements.” 67 " A mouse is in the house!” ' I brush only once a day but I use Clorox.” 68 " She says if we don’t finish we can ask for a ' Doggie’ bag.” " I wonder which one it will be .. . Will I eat it or it eat me?” " Hmn-n-n, only his hairdresser knows for sure.” Give me that old soft shoe . . 69 Wonder is doing . . . expressing interests of many outlets of abilities welcome breaks in the steady diet of curricula North Andover High School’s Johnson Chapter of the National Honor Society has con¬ tinued the endeavor of previous years in trying to establish a firm basis of scholarship, leadership, and service. Miss Margaret Donlan is faculty adviser to this organization. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The right foot knows not what the left foot is doing. 72 " I light the cand ... I light the ca . . . I light . . . I light. . . I The Student Council has been the voice of the students in the administration of the high school. The members enhusiastically engage in projects to improve the school, among which have been Bank Days and Tag Days. Under the able guidance of Mrs. Grossman, the Student Council of 1966 was a great success. STUDENT COUNCIL The officers of the Council guide the destinies of school government. This year’s officers, Dave Minicucci, Eileen Lynch, Jerry Minihan, Bill De- Barba, Edie Foulds, and Jack Stephenson seem to be having a round-table discussion on choosing this year’s representative at the Annual Student Council Convention. 73 The enthusiasm exhibited by those associated with the Knight is a fine indication of the excellent participation in extracurricular activities which characterizes the Class of 1966. The willingness and cooperation extended has made this annual one of the finest in the area. Studying their various sections of the yearbook are this year’s editors, Pam Winters, Photography editor; Bonnie Dulude, Lay-out Editor; Debbie Furnari, Activities editor; and Edie Foulds, Advertising editor. The smiling faces of this year’s staff the satisfaction which comes with the completion of a year’s work. Under the able guidance of Miss Mildred Matasso, the crew of Karin, Joyce, June, Jeanne, Jack, Kathy and Nancy met with no adversities in tackling the problems of activities, sports, captions and senior pictures. 74 THE KNIGHT Since its initiation in 1964, the Squire has become a true voice of the student body. Seeking to satisfy a variety of interests with articles dealing with school and club news, coming events, sports, sudent and eacher interviews, student works, and special features, the Squire has achieved its goal of functioning as an effective high school newspaper. THE SQUIRE LMfiaifHiitijjj ill « ' . w The editorial board, under the supervision of Mrs. Enid Burns, gives the final O.K. before the paper goes to press. 75 The Math Club, under the direction of Mr. Arthur Forgetta and Mr. Joseph Lynch is concerned with the encouragement and development of an interest in, and understanding of, mathematics. It is a channel through which those interested are acquainted with the modern principles and applications of their subject. MATH CLUB Officers of the Club, Leonard Johnson, Sec. Treas., Joyce Witzgall, V.Pres., and Bill DeBarba, Pres., discuss a problem with senior members, Barbara McCann and Pam Winters. Members gain actual knowledge from their peers by means of student discussions. SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club, under the direction of Mr. Thomas Regan, affords students interested in science an opportunity to secure the intellectual stimulation that arises from professional associations. It also provides the experience necessary in preparing and ex¬ hibiting technical material before fellow students at Science Fairs. PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB Ik. _ , - r , J The purpose of the Photography Club is to afford its members the oppor¬ tunity of gaining skills and learning techniques in the art of shutter-bugging. Under the supervision of Mr. John Robinson, Allan Breen, Mike Robinson, Jim Barwell, Jim McIntyre, Robert Guy and Tom Hayes inspect their equip¬ ment before going on their next assignments. 77 DRAMATIC CLUB The purpose of the North Andover High School Dramatic Club is to promote the intellectual as well as the social " I’ve already done my Christmas shopping, " As part of a recent production, Michele Brian charms four little cherubs says Kathy misrepresentingly. with her recital of " The Littlest Angel.” 78 development of the individual by training him in the many and varied phases of modern play production. As the old adage insists, " practice makes perfect.’’ North Andover’s would- be Thespians rehearse a scene from their most recent production. Re¬ hearsals make up an integral part of the behind the scenes work and pro¬ vide the catalyst for the fine work exhibited by this group. Under the direction of Mr. James McDonald, the fine performances of this group are typical. " What do you mean, I’m already ' lit’ for Christmas?” 79 The Russian Club, under the direction of Mr. Arthur Hall, is one of North Andover High School’s most recently formed organizations. The purpose of this club is to afford its members the opportunity to become acquainted with the Russian life, language, and traditions. By viewing film strips and listening to lectures this goal is accomplished. RUSSIAN CLUB Russian Club comrades, Mary Lou Philbin, Joyce Copeland, Betty Detora, Kathy Fiori, Lyn Foley and Steve Giola,discuss a problem about the Russian terrain. 80 CHORUS f - M jMH 1 | 1 M ■ : j L - dj w " ifc ■ ■ i jM v B, .]]? mm • One of North Andover High School’s most recently organized groups, the Chorus, is primarily a society formed for the enjoyment of those who are vocally talented to some degree. The quality of the choral work is due primarily to the dedication of the group’s director, Mr. Clarence Mosher. KNIGHTINGALES t 1 , ' • • f i ; ffg| J ||||V ’■- f • oji j, H - M| VI: 11 •; JHHk , 1- XWmm E. JHR , | fJH f ■ ' pii yi Wn jc|v yp r a rf ♦ ' jay w , !; £ Ten young ladies compose North Andover’s singing good-will emissaries, the Knightin- gales. Under the expert guidance of Mr. Mosher, this fine group has made a great con¬ tribution toward the honor and reputation of its school. The Cheerleaders take time out from a recent game to pose for our cameraman. Their amazing spirit is a credit to them and to North Andover High. Even when the game is not going our way, we can always count on the Cheerleaders to bolster our spirits. High in the midst of one of their routines, these young ladies present an eye-catching, zesty spectacle to the fans. By their rabid enthusiasm, they instill en- 82 thusiasm by both audio and visual means. Victory! Victory! is our cry! V-I-C-T-O-R-Y CHEERLEADERS The Majorettes completed another successful year of stimulating school spirit at the football games. This group is under he direction of Mr. Milton Kimmel. Come on girls ... LEFT! right. LEFT! MAJORETTES Walk softly but carry a big stick! 83 PEP CLUB The Pep Club energizes the North Andover High School student body by supplying it with added quantities of school spirit. Chiefly through the actions of this can N.A.H.S. has a united student body cheering it on at all regular and tournament games. LIBRARY CLUB Under the guidance of Mr. Lewis Hull, the Library Club offers its members the oppor¬ tunity to develop a congenial relationship with books. As literature reflects a people, the better understanding of books fosters a better relationship among people. Through hard, consistent work, this has become a well organized club. 84 The North Andover High School Band, under the capable direction of Mr. Milton Kim- mel, has marched through another year of success. School activities, especially football games, receive an added zest by the half-time performances of this talented group. BAND 85 Wonder is an athlete immersed in a world of muscle, technique, violence . a body a masterpiece of motion striving for victory The North Andover Scarlet Knights have completed a successful season. Under the coaching guidance of such capable men as Robert Sullivan, Coach, and his assistants, John Fichera and Robert Roche, the boys displayed impressive athletic ability as well as good sportsmanship. FOOTBALL Will this kick be successful from the end zone? Only Earl Smith knows for sure! 88 This is a tribute to dedication, to the unselfish, to the faith¬ ful, to the hopeful, to the anxious. This is a tribute to the hoarse throat, the ringing head and the occasional black eye. As much a part of sport as the heralded hero, the unsung spectator rises and falls with his team but is powerless to control its destiny. Without him sport is empty. The key to the defense and offense — the linemen four. Pj§ - wfaT ' ■ j 1 - tf ‘ f Will this kick get off in time? Hallelujah! Victory! Stopped dead in his own tracks! 89 fit 1 ' The North Andover Basketball team had a victorious season resulting in qualifying for the Tech Tournament. BASKETBALL Is this basketball or wrestling? Get that rebound! 90 Whoops! I mustn’t lose it! " Uh . . . excuse me, fellas, but don’t you think we should all get a chance? After all, just because you’re the tallest ones here . . . fellas?” Who will get this rebound? It’s defense that counts now! It’s a bird — it’s a plane — it’s Barry Humphries! 91 Under the fine coaching of Howard Crozier, North Andover’s Cross Country team has completed another successful season. The two and a half mile grinding course through woods and over hills challenges the boys to develop good muscular coordination. CROSS COUNTRY The jumping jacks in a warm-up session. 92 The North Andover Wrestling team has completed another successful season under the supervision of Coach Howard Crozier. The season was highlighted by many things. Co-Captains Steve Henry and Tom Licciardello placed first and second in the State, respectively, and third and first in New England. WRESTLING Now all I have to do is flip him over. I must hold him for one minute more. 93 Under the guidance of Miss Nancy Yanofsky, the Girls’ Varsity Basketball Team ended the 1966 season with a record of 6 wins, 4 losses. Co-captains Nancy Zimny and Pat Stone led the team to victory, in many cases, against tough leagues. GIRLS ' BASKETBALL Only a few more bounces and I’ll be there! It’s a " stuff”! 94 Shoot! Don’t let it get past the key! With Miss Yanofsky’s help, the team plans some strategic plays. Almost near the basket. I’m free! Shall we dance? 95 Now to get it out of the striking zone. Keep those sticks near the ground! The team relaxes after a successful game on the field. Little Red Riding Hood — this is This is field hockey not golf, Susan! your life! 96 The Girls’ Field Hockey team has ended a successful 1965-66 season. Coach Nancy Yanofsky aided greatly through rigorous afternoon pra ctice sessions involving standard drills and mock games. GIRLS ' FIELD HOCKEY Is i v»! En garde! 97 FOOTBALL QUEEN L to r: Nancy Zimny, Pat Stone, Susan Constantineau (Queen), Mar¬ cia Steward, and Lyn Foley. Crown¬ ing the queen is John San Antonio, 1965 football captain. VALENTINE QUEEN L to r: Peggy Berthel, Louise Fiori, Marianne Sherlock (Queen), Jane Pulverenti, Cynthia Lyons, and Maura Lynch. Other members of the queen’s court missing from the picture, Peggy Breen and Beth Du- shame. 98 hBUMg CAFETERIA STAFF Row 2: Mrs. Watts, Mrs. Daley, Mrs. Detora, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs..Sullivan, Mrs. Chase, Mrs. Detora. Row 1: Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Midgley, Mrs. Lord (Manager), Mrs. Trovato, Mrs. Kiryluk. Missing when photo taken, Mrs. Philman, Mrs. Jackson. CUSTODIAL STAFF Mr. Massey, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Cushing (Supervisor), Mr. Daley, Mr. Wedge. THE CLASS OF 1966 wishes to thank the following § ADVERTISERS SPONSORS PATRONS MESSINA ' S MARKET, INC, NORTH ANDOVER, MASS. 100 In Memoriam § § SUSAN ST. HILLAIRE bernie McDonald the dramatic club 101 Tel. 688-6004 Annex 688-7252 688-6242 FIORI ' S DEPOT MOTORS Annex Fiori’s Car City Quality Used Cars SALESMEN: Lou, Gus and Joe 144 Riverside Drive Lawrence, Mass. 15 Parker Street So. Lawrence, Mass. 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