North Attleboro High School - Northern Light Yearbook (North Attleboro, MA)

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v S ■ : • ■ ' ■ ' N ■ 1 ) I . Is ' , f t v S $ ✓ P tf n ’ ' ' - " V . ' ' ! . , • iW 7 J 9 f ] 3 ifi rjmm f-ajpm, 1,1 -j t mJTV .1 j(Kii niiinn 1 1 hi jrp f f f CX 2 , G L THE NORTHERN LIGHT HHGLIJHED BY THE CUii €E 1954 NCBTB ATTLEBOBC HIGH JGHCCL NORTH ATTLEBORO, MATT. THEME: THE TCWN Ml LIVE IN CECICATICN THEME THE TOWN WE LIVE IN J-Waod 4NN4LIIT CC-CDITCP Gordon Cornell - Nancy Lewis ADVIJCR Miss Marie J. Scanlin PAGE 6 4NN4LI TI AJXIJT tNT EDIT€C June Wood, Art Lucille Poirier, Business Manager Anne Gulski, Photographer PAGE 7 4NN4LI T L I T E n A R Y S T A F F C I R C U L A T I a iv s T A F F First row — Fred Todaro, Deborah Totten, Judy Nims, Bill Romero, Margaret Moriarty, Patty Doyle, Marilyn Gosselin. Second row — Sheila Kelley, Lesley Waugh, David Rickard, Rita Ringuette, Catherine Schuman, John Killion, Muriel Crockett, Martha England. First row — Judy Nims, Bob Paquin. Second row — James Nolan, Irene Paquette, Doris Hayes. PAGE 8 ANN iUm First row — Ann McGann, June Wood. Second row Anne Gulski, Donald Gaskin, Miss Barbara Bracey, Lesley Waugh. First row — Catherine Schuman, Judy Zaino, Marion Trima, Lois Nelson, Faye Weston, Carol Johnson, Chairman, Rochelle Poirier. Second row — Janice Watson, Elaine Ringuette, Rita Ringuette, Lucille Poirier, Elaine Grzenda, Janet Beaulieu, Jackie Brown, Ann McGann, Dolores Lacasse, Doris Hayes, Betty Ann Olson, Lucille Lizotte. T Y P I N G S T A F F PAGE 9 4NN4Um A D V E H T I S I IV G S T A F First row — Sandra Langille, Patty Campbell, Elaine Ringuette, Doris Hayes, Faye Weston, Carol Johnson, Rochelle Poirier, Audrey Corrigan. Second row — Marie Cerrone, Judy Zaino, Elaine Grzenda, Marilyn Gosselin, Nancy Breed, Lucille Lizotte, Bob Scarlatelli, Judy Nims, Barbara Highling, Judy Bruhn, Patty Doyle, James Nolan. Third row — David Rickard, Deborah Totten, Kenneth Gookin, Billy Angell, Bob Paquin, Charles Gookin, Harold Van Dusen, Alson Sherman. AT THE EEEJX Left to right — Mr. Walter Fenton, Mr. Clarence Greene, Mr. Malcolm Mayers; Co-Editors, Nancy Lewis and Gordon Cornell. PAGE lO DIRECTOR m ’ 3 SUPERINTENDENT OF THE NORTH ATTLEBORO SCHOOLS Learn to face your problems and try to solve them. Decide what you really want from life and then work to obtain it. The future will be interesting if you have a definite purpose in living. Do not drift with the tide. Arthur J. Mott Superintendent of Schools Mrs. Nola Harrigan Secretary DIRECTOR PRINCIPAL OF THE NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL Mrs. D. Joseph Murphy Secretary Your education should be a continuing process for the duration of your life. The completion of your program of studies at North Attleboro High School is merely a milestone in your formal education and should stimulate you to seek comparable educational objectives in the years to come. May you gain pleasure and knowledge from the opportunities which will beckon to you. Leon A. Regan PAGE 13 DIRECTOR Miss Mary Talty Business Department Mr. John Bronson Music Department Miss Alice Hall Business Department Miss Louise Dudley Business Department Miss Marie Scanlin English Department PAGE 14 DICECTCC Mr. Edward Marx Science Department Miss Barbara Bracey Fine Arts Department Miss Mary E. Erving English Department Miss Jacqueline Gadoury French Mr. Forrest Page Science Department PAGE 15 DIEECTCE Miss Elizabeth Mansfield Physical Education Department Mr. Conrad Pensavalle Physical Education Department Miss Esther Washburn Social Studies Mr. Donald Klemer Social Studies Mr. John Stahl Industrial Arts PAGE 16 DIRECTOR Mrs. Pearl McNulty Heme Nursing Miss Ann Marie McCarthy Latin Department I I ) Mr. Vincent DiSessa Industrial Arts Mr. Raymond Fitzgerald Mathematics Department Miss Marie Collins Mathematics Department PAGE 17 A | DIRECTCC Mr. Edward L. Meade Social Studies Mr. Franklin Powers Science Department Miss Marjorie D. Barber Retired Head of English Department Mr. Thomas Groves Head of English Department Miss Jennie Angus Industrial Arts Miss Hope Pontes Industrial Arts PAGE 18 THE NORTHERN LIOHT MOTTO Keep your eyes on the stars and your feet on the ground. COLORS FLOWERS Red and White Red and White Roses JANICE CLAJX CFEICEEJ Left to right — Barbara Highling, Secretary; Albert Kandarian, President; Carol Johnson, Vice President; Fred Todaro, Treasurer. I would like to thank the " Class of 54 " for all the help and con- sideration they have given to me and to the other officers. Without your untiring efforts our class would not have had such a successful four years. Sincerely, Albert Kandarian, Jr. President PAGE 20 IrJL-i r PO. •.£ ' ri 4k; W of ' jS ' M- w THE NORTHERN LIGHT WILLIAM HOWARD ANGELL As we voted Billy our best looking boy This mirror will show him, he ' s our pride and joy! An engineer is what he wants to be — But a lootball " pro " is our prophecy! Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Monitor 2, 3, Captain 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 2 Junior Class Ring Committee 3 Tag Day Solicitor 2 Red Cap Reporter 1 Variety Show 3 PATRICIA W. BASSETT We give Pat this title of D. C. C. Because she ' s seen with Dick constantly. Our gift is a ribbon, to keep her hair neat. For success as a buyer on our main street. Basketball 1 Driver Training 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Variety Show 4 Cap and Gown Committee 4 Yearbook Typing Staff 4 Ways and Means Committee 3 JANET AUDREY BEAULIEU We ' ve voted Janet " most secretive gal " But — sh! the secret is out! She ' ll head for the West someday with A1 And build a ranch house, no doubt. Lunchroom 2, 4 Yearbook Business Staff 4 Red Cap Collector 3 Pigskin Hop - Decorating Chairman 4 Junior Prom - Decorating 3 ELAINE BELHAM Here ' s our " class pussy foot " , yes sir-ee! She ' s happily married, in our prophecy! Her dreams of a housewife sure will come true — Her date book is closed - tied with ribbons of blue. Basketball 1 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 PAGE 22 THE NORTHERN LIGHT KATHERINE ANNE BOHANNON Katherine ' s our girl of mystery! To her, a notebook for her history! A stenographer ' s job she ' s desiring But she ' ll end up in advertising! Glee Club 1 JEAN MARIE BONIFAZI Jean ' s the girl who can really act! We give her to sign - this movie contract! Wishes herself as a nurse to go far — But further she ' ll go as a great stage star. Glee Club 1 Graduation Usher 3 Basketball 2 Senior Play 4 NANCY P. BREED Nancy B. in our class is the liveliest To keep her on time, there ' s a clock, says our list, To be a beautician leads her ambitions — With her husband, however, she ' ll build school additions. Red Cap Reporter 1 Lunchroom Assistant 2 Softball 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom 4 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Advertising 4 JOAN GOODWIN BRIGGS Since Joan is found in this town never She might as well join the Waves forever! In the navy she ' ll find a loving spouse. And aboard a cruiser, they shall keep house. Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 PAGE 23 THE NORTHERN TIGHT PATRICIA JOYCE CAMPBELL A nurse she ' ll be and always ready. We give her this chair so she may sit near Eddie. Pat ' s always smiling, especially at the " guys " . For she is our girl with the big blue eyes. Red Cap Reporter 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1 Glee Club 1, 2. 4 Camera Club 1, 2, 3 Science Club 3 Softball 1 Advertising Committee, Senior Play 4 Christmas Dance Committee 3 Red Cap Staff 4 Librarian 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 ROBERT ARTHUR BUCKLEY Bob ' s been voted the most bashful of boys! Perhaps with this cowbell, he ' ll make some noise. He ' d like to see hit the sixty-first home run — But ' til he joins the Yankees, it won ' t be done! Baseball 1, 2 Driver Training 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Senior Play Ticket Committee 4 Decoration Committee 2 JUDITH ARLENE BRUHN Judy ' s among the funniest ones. Our gift, a baker ' s dozen of puns! To make people laugh is the wish of this girl Our guess; she ' ll write jokes for Buttons and Berle! Senior Play Stage Manager 4 JACQUELINE SHIRLEY BROWN Jackie ' s been voted most athletic of all. Our present to her, a job to coach football! Dreams of being head of Physical " Ed. " And coa ch of North Teams, all undefeated. Spring Concert 1 Spring Festival 1, 2 Band 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Graduation Usherette 3 Glee Club 1 Driver Training 3 Softball 1 Dance Committee 3 PAGE 24 THE NCCTHERN LIGHT ROGER DONALD CARRIERE Roge, we all know, is our most cheerful boy! Because he ' s so happy and real full of joy. In engineering he ' ll gain his ambition And send notes to Mai by Carrier pigeon. Football 2. 3, 4, Co-Captain 4 Monitor 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Usher at Senior Reception 3 Glee Club Class Treasurer 3 Ring Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Ticket Committee 4 MARIE A. CERRONE Marie has been voted our neatest girl. We give you a kilt to do your Scotch whirl! You ' re the best hair stylist we ' ve ever seen, Soon we ' ll watch your patrons on our Movie Screen. Red Cap Collector 1 Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 Ways and Means Committee 3 Knitting Club 4 Senior Play Tickets 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 NORMAN ALBERT CHABOT Norm is the one voted " B. B. D. " The best boy dancer you will see! His ambition as pilot sure will come true As he breaks world ' s records high in the blue. Student Council 1, 2 HENRY EDMUND CHRETIEN A " Christmas Carol” we give for good measure To " Hank " who ' s so happy, we give it with pleasure! He ' s our class " curly top " with hair so wavy — - A machinist he ' ll be in our U. S. Navy. Football 2, 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Glee Club 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Ticket Committees 3. 4 PAGE 25 THE NORTHERN LIGHT MURIEL LOUISE CROCKETT Muriel, we give you this candy bar, So you ' ll know how sweet we think As our interpreter at the U. N. You ' ll make us proud that we knew Vice President 1 Student Council 1 Camera Club 1 Library Club 2 Debating Club 2 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Student Librarian 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee ■ you are. you " when. " Office 3 Christmas Dance Committee 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Red Cap Editor-in-Chief 4 Knitting Club 4 Education Week 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 3, 4 AUDREY ANN CORRIGAN Audrey, our " girl with the dimples, " goes far! A model she ' ll be, and a great s tage star. We know she is one who likes to meander. So we give her this goose to match her gander. Red Cap Collector 2 Basketball 3 Softball 2 Driver Training 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Librarian 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 GORDON ALLEN CORNELL Gordon ' s been voted our Most Successful Boy, And we give him this stethoscope - just as a toy. A doctor is Gordon ' s only ambition, He ' ll be known, as the town ' s most noted physician. Co-Editor-in-Chief Yearbook 4 Science Club 2, 3, 4 Debating Club 3 Monitor 3, 4 Junior Ring Committee 3 P.T.A. Speaking Contest 3 Voice of Democracy Speaking Contest Radio Club 2, Chairman 4 Christmas Pageant 2 Junior Class Finance Committee 3 Alternate-Boys ' State 3 Host-Occupational Conference 4 Science Fair Planning Committee 4 Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4 2 Science Fair 4 EDWARD JOSEPH CLARK Here is a book, Ed, for your " Swampmobile " , You ' re often stopped, you have such appeal. Your aim - a U. T. D. Man! That ' s a fact! But we see you speeding at the Lonsdale Track. Senior Play Captain, Stage Committee 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 4 PAGE 26 THE NORTHERN LIGHT RICHARD EMIL DION To be a success was his great dream! But Rich has been chosen as our Class String Bean. His gift is a basketball, he ' ll use for gym! He ' ll be a mortician, still wearing a grin. Senior Play Cast Committee 4 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3 JOHN JOSEPH DONLEY Jack, we all know, is our Class Carrot Top! A detour to Attleboro — just watch Jack stop! We give him the polish to keep his car clean. At " Frenchie ' s " we ' ll find him in his limousine. Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Baseball 2, 3 Glee Club 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Tag Day Solicitor 2 Ticket Committee 4 CLAUDETTE CLAIRE DOROTHY The girl who ' s not difficult to understand! We see her playing in Spike Jones ' band. Her ambition - a nurse - a wonderful job! But we think she ' ll consider a lifetime with Bob! Orchestra 3 Cap and Gown Committee 4 Glee Club 3 Driver Training 4 CLAIRE ALDEA DOUCETTE Here is our little C.Q.G. Class quiet girl we believe is she! Claire has a dream of her life ' s ambition When she ' ll be New York ' s most noted beautician. Home Economics Club 3 Yearbook Typing Staff 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 PAGE 27 THE NORTHERN LIGHT PATRICIA ANN DOYLE Pal ' s ambition sure will come true — For she’ll marry a coach whose sweater is blue! We give her this book to help her to drive. So all North ' s pedestrians will stay alive. Spring Concert 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Camera Club 2 Radio Club 2 Library Club 2 Knitting Club 4 Student Librarian 4 Parents ' Night Guide 4 Red Cap Staff 2, 4 Senior Play Usherette 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Office 3 Basketball Concessions 3 WARA Broadcasts 2, 4 Senior Prom 4 Band Solicitor 2 MARTHA MAE ENGLAND Martha was voted smartest of all, She will be soon singing in Symphony Hall. She ' ll reach her ambition as you can see. And be a chemist of the highest degree. Band 1 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Public Speaking Contest 1 Usher for Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Christmas Dance Committee 3 Orchestra 3. 4 Poster Committee 2, 3, 4 Science Club and Fair 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Massachusetts Science Fair 3 Senior Prom 4 Student Council 4 Music Festival 1, 3, 4 Student Monitor 4 Usher-Education Week 2 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Red Cross Hospital Committee 1, 2 Special Girls ' Chorus 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Hostess-Occupational Conferences 4 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 3 Salutatorian 4 HENRY SMALLEY FAWCETT, JR. An engineer is Hank ' s ambition, A Celtic is he in the finest condition. We give him this key to " George ' s Smoke Shop, " Because we know it ' s his favorite stop. Middleboro High Freshman Year Baseball 1, 2 Football 1, 2, 3 Track 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 WALTER FENTON, JR. We give Walt the title of Q.B., Though a sports ' announcer he wants to be! Here is a book about basketball, So he can umpire the best of them all. Basketball 2, 4 PAGE 28 THE NORTHERN EIGHT DONALD ROBERT GASKIN As wittiest boy you can tell a good story! " Pro " baseball ' s your future and you ' re in your glory! In writing the gilts you were such a dream That our class presents you a kiss from Irene. Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3, Captain 3 Football 3 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Yearbook Art Staff 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Variety Show Art Staff 3, 4 Tag Day Solicitor 2 Red Cap 3, 4 Christmas Project 4 Ticket Committee 4 Dance Advertising Committee 4 ALFRED ARTHUR GARIEPY Fred ' s our class farmer — an engineer he ' ll be But he ' ll fly to the moon — that is our prophecy! We give him a name tag, in case he is lost. Though we ' re sure that his fortune with luck will be crossed! Dance Committee 3 Cake Sale Committee 2, 3 CHARLES OWEN GOOKIN Charles, who ' s our most congenial boy. Will travel far as his life ' s joy! As a movie producer we know he ' ll have fun. His gift " a meal ticket " in case he needs one. Football 2, 3. 4 Basketball 2 Intramural Basketball 2 Driver Training 2 Senior Reception Usher 3 Decorating Committees 3, 4 Cake Sales 2, 3 Dance Committees 3, 4 Concessions 3 FRANK MICHAEL GOOKIN, JR. " Class Tarzan " , Frank ' s athletic power Will give the Marines a happy hour! A paperless typewriter, his skill will try We give him a " bowling pin " — to keep his score high! Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 3 Student Monitor 2, 3 Football 4 (Dean Academy) Intramural Basketball 1, 2 PAGE 29 THE NORTHERN LIGHT KENNETH EARL GOOKIN Since Kenny is our musical boy We know that this trumpet will fill him with joy! As his life time work we say — a magician — But to be a doctor is his ambition. Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Baseball 2 Intramural Basketball 2 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Special Assemblies 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 WARA 1 MARILYN ELLEN GOSSELIN girl, college days To Marilyn, our best looking We give this excellent glue. She ' ll stick to Roger through And be " Mrs. America " too. Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 2 Cheerleader 3, 4 Cheerleader Competitions 3, Ring Committee 3 Knitting Club 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Graduation Usher 3 Radio Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 ELAINE MARIE GRZENDA Elaine ' s the gal in the blouse and skirt. Whose mind to law is turned — We say she ' ll be Norm ' s secretary When all the rules are learned! Glee Club 1, 2 Spring Concert 1 Decorating Committee Christmas Dance 3, 4 Cake Committee 3 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Driver Training 3 Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 Office 3, 4 Variety Show 4 Senior Prom Decorating Committee 4 ANNE STEPHANIE GULSKI The smoothest gal in all the class Is going to be a buyer, We give her polish for her " bucks " To keep her rising higher. Glee Club 1, 2 Spring Concert 1, 2 Spring Concert Usher 1 Office 1, 3 Basketball Manager 2 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee Education Night 4 Graduation Usher 3 Knitting Club 4 Yearbook Assistant Editor 4 Concessions 3 Cake Sale Committees 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Radio Club 2 4 Senior Picture Chairman 4 Christmas Assembly 4 PAGE 30 THE NCETHEEN LIGHT DORIS MAE HAYES Doris, the chatter box of the class. Is a kind hearted little lass. We think instead of a secretary. With her " gift of gab " a lawyer she ' ll be. Radio Club 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Library Club 2 Librarian 2, 3 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Senior Play Usherette 4 BARBARA ANN HIGHLING " Barb " our most congenial girl. Is a nurse in our prophecy. We give her this mustache (fake, of course) To remind her of Eddie, you see. Secretary 3, 4 Variety Show 3 Student Council Convention 3 Spring Concert 1, 2 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play 4 Ring Committee 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Glee Club 1, 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Student Librarian 4 Yearbook Art Committee 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Knitting Club 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Red Cap Reporter 4 Cake Sale Committee 3 ROY JOHN HOWARD Roy, our smoothest boy by far, Will make his living selling a car. In " pro " baseball he ' ll gain such fame This shaving cream will bear his name. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 4 Student Council 3, Officer 4 Glee Club 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 ANDREW PHILIP JETTE Andy, you know is so shy of the girls! So we gave him a doll with pretty curls! A captain ' s uniform is his great dream We think not the army, but a football team! Football 3, 4 Ticket Committee 4 THE NCETHEEN LIGHT CAROL ANN JOHNSON A bottle of water to quench the flame That arises in hearts at Carol ' s name! " Most popular girl " her title from us. Her aim — a secretary -without any fuss! Secretary 1 Vice-President 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Field Hockey 1 Basketball 1 Lunchroom 2, 4 Ring Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Glee Club 1 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Cheering Competitions 3, 4 Yearbook Staff Typing, Chairman 4 Red Cap Collector 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Assembly 4 Open House 1 ALBERT KANDARIAN, JR. We give A1 the title of M.P.B. Most popular boy is what we see. He always was in Room 28 arguing. Now he ' s down at the Chicken Roost bargaining! Class President 3, 4 Basketball Concessions 3 Senior Reception Usher 3 Sportsmen ' s Club 1, 2 Football 2, 3, 4 Monitor 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Ring Committee 3 Christmas Project 3, 4 Senior Class Picture Committee 4 SHEILA HELEN KELLEY Sheila ' s the girl we like to have around. To teach French at Middlebury she ' ll go with a bound. Mr. Regan has signed an official pass In order that " Kell " won ' t be late for class. Radio Club 4 Knitting Club 1, 2 Camera Club 1, 2 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play 4 Red Cap Collector 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Junior Red Cross Delegate 2 Junior Prom Advertising Committee 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Cake Sale 2, 3, 4 Librarian 4 Concessions 3 Office 3 Driver Training 3 JOHN JOSEPH KILLION Ambition to John is just his success. But he ' ll be our Class Batchelor, nevertheless. We give him a pass to take pictures for " Life, " But as a school principal he ' ll know strife. Variety Show 2 Yearbook Staff 4 PAGE 32 THE NCETHEEN LIGHI ROGER LOUIS LABONTE Miss Washburn ' s lavorite, that is a fact! We give Roger a " hot rod " to speed at the track. To have his own business — that ' s his ambition — We see his Paper Company in finest condition! Sportsmen ' s Club 1, 2 Tag Day 1 DOLORES LACASSE Dolores, Lucille ' s constant companion must be. Her gift, from Sayles Dairy, a bar of candy. We think that she ' ll be a nurse, faithful and true. But success as a housewife attracts her, too. Glee Club 2, 3 Christmas Pageant 2 Decorating Committee 2, 3 Variety Show 3, 4 Driver Training 3 Yearbook Staff Advertising 4 GERARD LALANCETTE Gerard, in the future, will own Schofield ' s store. He ' ll be a plumber with gadgets galore! We give him this pass to be served with ice cream, And we know that he ' ll keep all his brass works agleam. Band 1, 2, 3 Spring Festival 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 SANDRA LEE LANG1LLE Sandy’s our girl with the very best line Her ambitions are hidden well. But we know her heart ' s with the navy And she doesn ' t have to tell! Basketball 1, 2 Glee Club 2, 3 Secretary of Class 2 Cheerleader 3 Competition 3 Class Ode 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Ring Committee 3 Assemblies 3, 4 Office 2, 3, 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Cake Sale Committee 1, 2, 3 Senior Class Pictures Committee 3 Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 PAGE 33 THE NORTHERN LIGHT DOROTHY JANE LAVOIE Dottie Lavoie is our nautical gal. She ' ll love this model of the good ship ' ’Pal " Successful she is and successful will be, Scrubbing with Duz or sailing the sea. Student Council 1, 2 Secretary 3, Treasurer 4 Variety Show Usher 3 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Junior Class Ring Committee 3 Student Council Convention 1, 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 1 Camera Club trip to Lexington and Concord 1 Guide for Educational Night PTA 4 Basketball Concessions 3 Driver Training 3 Red Cap Collector 3 Senior Play Advertising 4 Student Librarian 3, 4 Tag Day Captain 2 Knitting Club 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Solicitor 4 NORMAN EARL LEGG We think perhaps Norm, a lawyer will be! He wants to just " settle down " . Whatever he does, we hope he will strew No more broken bones around town. Freshman Baseball 1 Varsity Baseball 3, 4 Junior Varsity Football 3 Basketball 4 Driver Training 3 Senior Play Scenery 4 NANCY GLENN LEWIS Nancy ' s been voted " The Cutest One. " We give her a snowball but only in fun. We like her dancing so graceful to see. But her future is fixed in a laboratory. Yearbook, Co-Editor in Chief Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council and Convention 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Usher 4 PTA Speaking Contest Camera Club 2 Red Cap Staff 3 Librarian Assistant 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Monitor 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Radio Club 2, 4 Glee Club 1 Jr. Red Cross Representative 1 Driver Training 4 Science Fair 2 Drum Major 3, 4 Knitting Club 4 Office 1, 2 Concessions 3 Hostess, Occupational Conferences 4 WARA Broadcasts 2, 3, 4 Senior Prom and Junior Prom 4, 3 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3, 4 WILLIAM ROSS LINCOLN Bill Lincoln is known for his great seriousness. For our gift of an air gun — we ask forgiveness! Of being a forester he dreams all the day. In Alaska he ' ll make conservation pay. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Picture Committee 4 Football 1, 2, 3 PAGE 34 THE NORTHERN LIGHT LUCILLE MARGARET LIZOTTE " Just to succeed " is what she desires. For her soft voice — a megaphone! In the future we see her typing for Frank, But her heart is Roger ' s alone. Glee Club 2 Spring Concert 2 Senior Play Usher 4 Driver Training 3 Christmas Pageant 2 Decorating Committees 3, 4 Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 Yearbook Typing Committee 4 JANE LORING Janie is never one to worry. And for her gift, she ' s in no hurry. She wishes to get much fun out of life And be for some man, a wonderful wife. Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Advertising Staff 4 Softball 1, 2. 3, 4 ANN MARIE McGANN Sammies the liveliest, to that we ' re all hep! She ' s more full of life than this huge box of " Pep " . Later she ' ll become head secretary Of a matrimonial agency. Red Cap Collector 1 Softball 2 Cake Sale 1, 2, 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Field Hockey 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Junior Prom 3 Senior Prom 4 Science Fair 2 Camera Club 1, 2 Graduation Usher 3 Knitting Club 4 Radio Club 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Assistant Editor Red Cap 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Variety Show 2, 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Education Night 2 Camera Club 1 Spring Concert 2 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Knitting Club 4 Concessions 3 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Librarian 4 Debating Club 2 Concessions 3 Driver Training 4 Senior Play Scenery Committee 4 jifl MARGARET ANN MORIARTY " Mag " has been chosen as the " best all around. " Overwhelmed by this necklace, she can ' t make a sound! She wishes to teach Math in room twenty-one — but She ' ll be a model and have lots of fun. PAGE 35 THE NORTHERN EIGHT LOIS ESTHER NELSON Oh, look at Lois ' s eyes so big Trying to learn the " Sailor ' s Jig " ! And while she ' s in our nation ' s service She ' ll learn to be calm and never nervous. Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Student Librarian 4 Yearbook Typing Staff 4 JUDITH C. NIMS Judy ' s our girl with so much ambition A scholarship we give for hunting — not fishing. She ' ll cut up cats to the best of her knowledge And marry a grad from Harvard College Silver J. Society 1 Basketball 1, 2 Dramatic Club 1 Junior Variety Show 3 Student Council 3 Debating Club Secretary 2 Graduation Usher 3 Monitor 4 Glee Club 2, 3 Red Cap Staff 3, 4 Knitting Club 4 Yearbook Staff Circulation Chairman 4 Librarian 4 Senior Play 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Concessions 3 Cake Sale Committee 2 Senior and Junior Prom Committees 3, 4 Softball 2 Driver Training 3 JAMES NOLAN Of our boys Jimmie is best all around, Sooner or later on doors he will pound, To sell our gift, a joke book so funny So that while in college, he ' ll have some money! Football 2 Band 3, 4 Spring Concert 3, 4 Music Festival 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Ticket Committee 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Yearbook Advertising 4 Yearbook Circulation 4 Glee Club 2 BETTY ANN OLSON Betty Ann is the " Swede " in our gang. Given fireworks, she ' ll start things off with a bang! To be a secretary is her ambition And work for the boss of an art exhibition! Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Yearbook Art Staff 4 PAGE 36 THE NORTHERN LIGHT IRENE PAQUETTE (Left prior to graduation) To Irene we give a tooth paste tube To keep her teeth aglitter. Our wittiest girl, a good nurse will be. If the brain operation " don ' t git her! " Latin Club 1 Volley Ball 1 Softball 1 Red Cap Staff 3, 4 Driver Training 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Cake Sale Committees 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Office 4 Senior Play Costumes 4 Junior and Senior Prom Committees 3, 4 ROBERT H. PAQUIN To be a success is Bob ' s dream of joy And the girls have voted him " Neatest Boy " . In room twenty-eight he ' ll stop no more, For we see him owning his own package store. Basketball 1 Dance Committees 3, 4 Glee Club 1. 2 Senior Prom 4 Science Fair 2 Concessions 3 Sportsmen ' s Club 1 Senior Prom Ticket Committee 4 Senior Play Ticket Committee 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Christmas Pageant Decorations 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Class History 4 Yearbook Circulation Committee 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Senior Prom Decoration Committee 4 Senior Play Decoration Committee 4 SHIRLEY Shirley giggles more than the rest But take it from us, she ' s never a pest! We give her the right to train to be The very best nurse in history. Basketball 1 Library Club 1, 2 Student Librarian 1, 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 ANN PITTS Debating Club 2 Office 3 Christmas Dance Refreshment Committee 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 LUCILLE ANNE POIRIER To be a secretary is what Lucille desires! We say she ' ll be successful, and you can ' t call us liars. Our class fun lover has our permission To direct the office without intermission. Glee Club 1, 2 Christmas Pageant 2, 4 Yearbook Business Manager 4 Softball 2 Senior Play Usher 3 Variety Show Usher 3 Graduation Usher 3 Cake Sale 3 Office 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3 U. N. Assembly 3 Open House 1 Dance Committee 3 , I s «r i PAGE 37 THE NCETHEEN LIEUT ROCHELLE OLIVE POIRIER To Rochelle who uses beautiful manners We give a bright bit of chrome. In the future we know her lovely ceramics Will take prizes all of their own. Band 1, 2 Glee Club 2 Cake Sale 3 Assistant Business Agent 4 Driver Training 2 Art 1. 3 Christmas Pageant 1 Yearbook Advertising Chairman 4 LEO RAINVILLE Leo ' s the boy seen so often on Grant Street. His days at the First National Store he will complete. To be a post graduate we say he may So that he and his girl friend will leave the same day. Intramural Basketball 1 Glee Club 1 Driver Training 3 SHIRLEY ANN RICHARDS To be a success in what you do Is the ambition wished by you! From this small car, which is our gift. We ' ll guarantee you ' ll get a lift. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 DAVID WELD RICKARD To David, the best natured boy we know. We give a tandem so Debbie can go. He says a salesman he ' ll be some day! We think a selectman should have just his Baseball 1, 2 Concessions 3 Student Council 1, 2 Camera Club 2 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Junior Prom Committee 3 Class Ring Committee 3 Variety Show 3 way. Red Cap Co-Editor 4 Yearbook Editorial Staff 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Christmas Pageant 3, 4 Senior Play Decoration 4 Driver Training 4 Prophecy 4 PAGE 38 THE NORTHERN LIGHT ELAINE R. RINGUETTE It is hard to imagine such beautiful flushes! Elaine, here ' s a veil to cover your blushes — ■ In your hidden desire, you ' ll be a success — And be Presidential typist, no less! Band 1 Driver Training 3 Usherette for Senior Graduation 3 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Glee Club 4 Yearbook Advertising Committee 4 Yearbook Typing Committee 4 Variety Show 4 Office 3 Christmas Dance 4 RITA ANDREA RINGUETTE Bashful Rita — most capable girl — A box of kisses — to make your hair curl! An office worker is what we see But success in whatever you try to be! Library Club 2 Debating Club 2 Graduation Usher 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Student Librarian 4 SHIRLEY HELEN ROCKETT Shirley ' s been known to dig deep in her pocket And come up with a diamond studded " rocket " . She wishes to make a success of her life And wind up as a happily married wife! Driver Training 4 WILLIAM RONALD ROMERO A good word for anyone Bill never lacks. He ' s bouncy and crisp as these Cracker Jacks. Bill hopes to be in business, but we prophesy That he’ll be our president, by and by. Football 1 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 4 Christmas Festival 2, 4 Monitor 4 Yearbook Editorial Staff 4 Red Cap Staff 4 Junior Ring Committee 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Committee 4 PAGE 39 THE NCETHEEN LIGHT DAVID EARL RUSHLOW David is our cutest boy, A jockey he will be ! But here ' s permission for him to make Donuts, hot and tasty! Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Sportsmen ' s Club 1, 2 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Christmas Dance 3 Driver Training 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 FREDERICK JOSEPH SCARLATELLI Since being tall is what Freddy lacks Here are cushions for his Cadillac. He may not see the world in a car But he ' ll do it somehow and go far. Basketball 2 Football 3 Driver Training 4 Intramural Basketball 1 Christmas Festival 1 Baseball 1, 2. 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Christmas Dance 3 Sportsmen ' s Club 1 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 ROBERT ANTHONY SCARLATELLI To Bob who has shown he ' s a " wolf " in the hall We give a contract to play " pro " ball! To run a business, Bobby wishes — We hope for his " beanery " no broken dishes! Football 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4 Basketball 3 Junior Prom 3 Treasurer 1 Glee Club 1 Christmas Dance 3 Sportsmen ' s Club 1 Senior Prom 4 Variety Show 4 ALSON EUGENE SHERMAN A future cabinet member you ' ll be And live in Washington, D. C. But here is a farm where your success Will bring you lots of happiness. Science Club 2, 3, 4 PAGE 40 THE NCETHERN LIGHT CATHERINE ELIZABETH SHUMAN Class teacher ' s our name for Cathy Shuman! We give her a boot, so she ' ll be a bootman! In a few years she ' ll be back to teach We know the students will think her a peach. Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3 Library Club 2 Debating Club 2 Field Hockey 1 Red Cap Reporter 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Yearbook Editorial Staff 4 Variety Show 4 THOMAS EDWARD STACK " Toot " is the one who has the best line. Noted he ' ll be for turning ice into wine. Blase and world wise he treats life as a toy — And dreams that he is the world ' s gayest playboy! Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 4 Ring Committee 3 Glee Club 2, 4 Driver Training 3 Prom Committee 3 Variety Show 3, 4 Sportsmen ' s Club 1 Christmas Dance Committee 3 Red Cap Collector 1 BEVERLY JANE TINGLEY Bev ' s our book worm. She ' s interested in Books of all kinds — thick and thin. A secretary we say she ' ll be Perhaps to an admiral in the Navy. FREDERICK MICHAEL TODARO Freddy ' s been voted most athletic boy — Here ' s an elephant to fill him with joy. The idea of helping folks is in his head In future we ' ll know him as " Doctor Fred. " Class President 1, 2 Class Treasurer 4 Student Council 2, 3 Red Cap Assistant Editor 4 Student Council President 4 Variety Show 4 Football 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Monitor 2, 3, 4 Good Government Representative 4 PAGE 41 THE NORTHERN LIOHT DEBORAH TOTTEN Debbie just wants to be a success! In teaching gym she ' ll find happiness. We give her a light bulb — burned out — you guess why! And say at Springfield her marks will be high. Student Council 3 Student Counci l Convention 3 Spring Concert 2, 3 Variety Show Usher 3 Camera Club Treasurer 1, Sec Radio Club 2, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play 4 Concessions 3 Driver Training 3 Glee Club 1. 2, 3. 4 2 Red Cap Reporter 4 Student Librarian 2, 3, 4 Christmas Pageant 2, 4, Tag Day Solicitor 2 Knitting Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 LORENZO P. TRIMA A pair of scissors is our gift to you To use in the business we know you ' ll do. The " 4 Big Tailors " you ' ll name your store And be best dressed as in days of yore. Intramural Basketball 1 Cap and Gown Committee 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 MARION THERESA TRIMA Marion’s been voted the " best dressed " lass. An " angel " for her from the entire class! As a secretary we know she will Keep her style reputation, still! Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Cake Sale 2 Driver Training 4 HAROLD VAN DUSEN " Enigma " could be Harold ' s name. In the future, no doubt, he ' ll gain fame. Hal will make use of these handcuffs, we see, When he does his stint in the U. S. Army! Glee Club 3 Sportsmen ' s Club 3 Science Club 4 Photo Club 3 Football 1 Junior Prom Committee 3 Junior Dance Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Cap and Gown Committee, Chairman 4 PAGE 42 THE NCETHEEN LIGHT BRUCE WILLIAM WALKER Bruce is the smartest, we all agree So for him here ' s a card with " d ' s " and an " e. " An electrical engineer, is his aim — We think rocket space ships will bring him fame! Class Treasurer 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Audio Visual Dept. 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club President 3, Secretary 2, Vice President 4 Science Fair 2, 3, 4, 1st prize 2, 2nd prize 3, 1st prize 4 U. N. Assembly 2 Christmas Assemblies 2, 3 Valedictorian 4 JANICE ELAINE WATSON Janice ' s the most serious girl of them all — Determined to find her lost pingpong ball! She ' ll be secretary to a private " eye " Who ' ll trace her ball to a Russian spy. Dance Committee 2 Yearbook Business Staff 4 Junior Prom Decorating Committee 3 Senior Prom Business Staff 4 LESLEY MORRISON WAUGH We ' ve seen Lesley dance as if in a dream, And with this megaphone cheer our team. She ' ll be a dancer in the ballet In Miami, Florida, U. S. A. Yearbook Staff 4 Red Cap Staff 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4 Special Girls ' Chorus 3, 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Head Cheerleader 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Office 3, 4 Librarian 4 Basketball Manager 3, 4 Basketball Scorer 2, 3 Parent ' s Night Usher 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Assemblies 2, 3, 4 FAY ANN WESTON " Class Flirt " may be our name for Fay, But she spreads joy in a pleasant way! In accord with her ambition — She will be a pediatrician. Glee Club 1. 2. 3 Red Cap Collector 2, 3 Basketball 3 Class Ring Committee 3 Softball 4 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Red Cap Staff 4 Yearbook Staff 4 PAGE 43 THE NORTHERN TIOHT PATRICIA ANN WHITE To Pat we give a bag for her lunch, Because always in school she ' s ready to munch. Her ambition — a secretary — she will go far. For her office work is up to par. Camera Club 1, 2 Library Club 2 Driver Training 4 Glee Club 2 Refreshment 2, 3 Senior Play Advertising Committee 4 JUNE MARILYN WOOD Our most artistic girl is June! We know for her work she ' ll be famous soon! To be a business success — her desire! She ' ll sell mobiles made from our gift of wire! Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Art Editor 4 Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Special Girls ' Singing Group Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Posters Class Activities 2, 3, 4 Graduation Usher 3 JUSTINA ROSE ZAINO To Judy, our only soda " jerker, " We give a house for her and her worker. She wishes to stay at the swimming pool — Instead will come back and teach at school! Glee Club 1,2,3 Spring Concert 2 Student Librarian 3 Basketball 2 Knitting Club 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Concessions 3 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Cake Sale 3 Red Cap Collector 1 Driver Training 4 Class History 4 TOWN CELEBRITIES BRUCE WALKER [W What Comes Natur’ly” MARTHA ENGLAND Most Bashful You ' d be Surprised ' CATHERINE SHUMAN ROBERT BUCKLEY Wittiest You ' re Foolin ' IRENE PAQUETTE Most Likely to Succeed Someone DONALD ASKIN TOWN CELEBRITIES ANN MCGANN fREDERICk SCAM-ETEH-i LORENZ.0 TRIMA MARION TTUMA JUDITH NIMS ALSOM SHERMAN ROBERT PAQUIN MARIE CERONNE TOWN CELEBRITIES Most Athletic Take He Out TO the Ball Game FRED TODARO JACQUELINE BROWN Anvthikig Y)u Can do I c an do Better JAMES NOLAN MA6ARET MORIARTV TOWN CELEBRITIES Best Da Most Serious Change Partners I EM CY WAUGH NORMAN CHABOT Most Talkative Thinking of You ' WILLIAM LINCOLN JANICE WATSON Speak Low CLAIRE DOUCETTE WALTER FENTON ou re an Old Smoothie RCN HOWARD ANNE GULSKl i H ) ■ sDTTTv Zsyt7_ V-S P— p 1 T1 1 ' r . — • • J -j j T : — • « a rr " m i J-4- -X m JXI 1_1 r ytJ T3 JkTa6 ja77% ' 7J- VZSL- 7r Za - 2 ?o Y7-, pg , £U ? 3 Z i A w 17 x » " ‘ - !-. 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' U - r? f- 1 f 1 ' f r : T = P = I i - 7 — —4 WE HEREBY BEQUEATH FROM THE GIEL " The maiden members of our class Have keepsakes they would like to pass, To keep their memory alive And help the class of ' 55 " . SENIORS TO JUNIORS Carol Johnson Most Popular June Mayer Barbara Highling Most Congenial Faye Germaine Muriel Crockett Most Likely to Succeed Mary-Sue Withington Judy Nims Most Ambitious Joan Capadanno Janice Watson Most Serious Jackie Gariepy Jackie Brown Most Athletic Barbara Kell Catherine Schuman Most Bashful Beverly Elderkin Doris Hayes Most Talkative Joan O ' Connor Marilyn Gosselin Best Looking Pat Brennan Marion Trima Best Dressed Lee Lalancette Margaret Moriarty Best All Around Gail Germaine Lesley Waugh Best Dancer Judy Hughes Sandra Langille Best Line Paula Greene Martha England Smartest Jeanette Canuel Claire Doucette Quietest Pat Mullen Anne Gulski Smoothest Mary Lou English Marie Cerrone Neatest Nancy Miller Nancy Lewis Cutest Jeanette Carriere Ann McGann Livliest Tooky Zaino Irene Paquette Wittiest INDIVIDUAL BEQUESTS: Janet Dion Pat Bassett leaves her long shiny hair to Doris Bourgeois. Janet Beaulieu leaves her smile to Shirley Wilson. Elaine Belham leaves! Katherine Bohannon leaves her accommodating way to the office help. Jean Bonifazi leaves her position as class actress to any Junior candidate. Nancy Breed leaves her jokes to Ann Schoeniger. Joan Briggs leaves her seat on the bus to anyone who can fill it. Judy Bruhn leaves her shoes to someone with feet big enough. Pat Campbell leaves her empty chair in English to any brave Junior. Audrey Corrigan leaves her dimples to Mary Marsella. Claudette Dorothy leaves her height to Rita Dion. Patty Doyle leaves with her " beal " . Elaine Grzenda leaves, but takes her shorthand speed with her. Sheila Kelley leaves her job as chauffeur to her brother. Dolores Lacasse leaves her quiet charms to Carole Upham. Dorothy Lavoie leaves to wait for the next Navy furlough. Lucille Lizotte leaves for her job at Grant ' s. Jane Loring leaves for Taunton. Lois Nelson leaves her Marine pin to the Juniors. Betty Ann Olson leaves with her memories of Sweden. Shirley Pitts leaves for the News Bureau. Lucille Poirier leaves her office job to Barbara Clavette. Rochelle Poirier leaves, still class librarian! Shirley Richards leaves her yodeling to her sister, Barbara. Rita Ringuette leaves her skill in French to Denise Gazaille. Elaine Ringuette leaves her roller skating ability to Carol McMahon. Shirley Rockett leaves her sense of humor to Vivian Valois. Beverly Tingley leaves her quiet ways to Carol Kriegel. Deborah Totten leaves her laugh to anyone who can catch it. PAGE 51 WE HEEEEy BECLEATH Judy Zaino leaves her way of getting along with others to Pauline Dohring. Pat White leaves her office job to Marion Shaw. June Wood leaves her art ability to Claire Lightfoot. Fay Weston leaves her smiling personality to Frances Ippolito. fCCM THE ECy " The boys have much to leave and so We thought that you would iike to know The way that they have planned to scatter— Things to them that really matter! " SENIORS TO JUNIORS Billy Angell Best Looking James Cassidy Jim Nolan Best All Around Ronnie Everton Dave Rushlow Cutest Bob Iaconis Albert Kandar ian Most Popular Bob Shaunessey Billy Lincoln Most Serious Theodore Jarosz Fred Scarlatelli Livliest Billy Kay Fred Todaro Most Athletic Ray Charron Bob Buckley Most Bashful Charles Rainville Charlie Gookin Most Congenial Tim Maloney Toot Stack Best Line Arthur Silveira Gordon Cornell Most Likely to Succeed Donald Bliss Bruce Walker Smartest Gary Cornell Donnie Gaskin Wittiest Don Betts Norman Chabot Best Dancer Ed Lacasse Lorenzo Trima Best Dressed Richard Jepson Roy Howard Smoothest Ray Lachance Bill Romero Most Talkative Weldon Miller Bob Paquin Neatest Brian Coyle Walter Fenton Quietest Fred Bastow Alson Sherman Most Ambitious Peter Murray INDIVIDUAL BEQUESTS: Roger Carriere leaves with his smile. Leo Rainville leaves with memories of the lunchroom. David Rickard leaves with Deborah following. Bob Scarlatelli leaves his good work in the Thanksgiving Game to the Juniors. Alfred Gariepy leaves the mimeograph machine to any Junior who is smart enough to get out of work. Girard Lalancette leaves his ability to do English. Richard Dion leaves his diet to Joe Mathews. Kenney Gookin leaves his taps playing to Herman Arns. Henry Chretien leaves but will continue his frequent visits to the hospital. Roger Labonte leaves still writing to Cynthia. John Donley leaves but takes his " hot " Chevrolet. Ed Clark leaves his driving ability to anyone who is crazy enough to want it. John Ki llion leaves his accordion playing to Norman McEnaney. Henry Fawcett leaves his bashfulness - of course, we don ' t know Henry too well! Normie Legg leaves his flirtations to the Juniors. Andrew Jette leaves with the thought never to return. Frank Gookin leaves clutching his diploma. Harold Van Dusen leaves Pat regretfully. 52 James Nolan Lucille Poirier for the Class of 1954 CHRONICLE September 9 — FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL — Everybody had tans. Why couldn ' t every day be like this. Gee, it was good to be back. What a feeling — SENIORS. September 23 — FIRST FOOTBALL VICTORY — (39-6) What a start. The team sure looked great. November 4 — REPORT CARDS — Troubles just when things were looking up. Oh, if we just didn ' t have to go home! Oh, well! November 21 — THANKSGIVING GAME — Great, Spectacular! Game Victory Dance! HILDA! The whole team were heroes. December 4 — SENIOR PLAY — Leave it to the girls! Greatest actresses ever! How did they ever learn all those big words? It sure was a riot. December 18 — BASKETBALL STARTS, TAUNTON — After a workout with the alumni, the team played Taunton. Looking ahead to a wonderful season. December 19 — CHRISTMAS DANCE — Mistletoe, evergreen, soft music, Oh, what a dance! Couldn ' t have been better if Santa had ordered it himself. January 8 — BASKETBALL, MANSFIELD — The most exciting game of the season. Fred Todaro sure sparked the team to victory. January 23 — SENIOR PROM — Couldn ' t have been dreamier! Everyone seemed to be floating on air. February 13 — SADIE HAWKINS DANCE — Happy night — it sure was good for laughs. Every girl had her man. February 23- — BASKETBALL ENDS — What games! What a season! Everyone felt the tension. Hockamock champions! March 5 — VARIETY SHOW — What a surprise! Where had they been hiding the talent? Those comedians sure brought down the house. March 20 — ST. PATRICK ' S DANCE — Sure and it was more than a list of the Irish — Sophomores they are, but they sure gave us a shindig. April — BASEBALL STARTS — Three strikes you ' re out, but 3 bases — it ' s a home run — What a season — We sure had some Babe Ruths ! April 23 — SPRING CONCERT — After months of practice they didn ' t disappoint us one bit. May 1 — JUNIOR PROM — It was a starlight affair with May all over. Reminded us so much of OUR Junior Prom. May 13-14 — SENIOR EXAMS — End of cramming — end of flunking — end of drudgery of tests — thinking of these as our last tests in high school we laughed them off and even passed a few. May 17 — CLASS DAY — Will we ever forget it — the gifts were all a riot — and the prophecy — time will tell! May 19 — GRADUATION — The solemn moment had arrived — with mingled tears and laughter we received the diplomas which ended our career at N. A. May 20 — SENIOR RECEPTION — What an end to four wonderful years of high school — What memories — We ' ll never forget. PAGE 53 Af THE DAy GG By Fresh out of grammar school, we, the class of ' 54, were anxious to see what was ahead of us. What we lacked in knowledge we made up in quantity, for we were one of the largest classes the school had seen . FCE1HMAN DAZE As Freshmen we had ample time to get acquainted with our new class- mates. As a result we elected, Fred Todaro, President; Sandra Langille, Vice President; Carol Johnson, Secretary; Bob Scarlatelli, Treasurer. Those who represented us on the football team were Toot Stack, Ray Howard, Bill Lincoln, Fred Todaro; while Fred Todaro, and Toot Stack were our favorites on the basketball court. Due to the fact that we were unsophisticated, our social life was very limited. We had only one cake sale, which proved very successful. EDDEDICD CPU When we returned to school in September, ' 52 we met all our friends, and we really felt that we were a part of North High. Again we elected Fred Todaro, President; Vice President, Carol Johnson; Secretary, Sandra Langille; Treasurer, Bruce Walker. Our first activity was a cake sale, which proved profitable to our treasury. We really WOWED our upper classmen as we presented our Shamrock Swirl in honor of St. Patrick, and proved that we, too, could put on a successful dance. New faces were under the red and white football helmets in our Sopho- more year, as Roy Howard, Charlie Gookin, Hank Chretien, Bill Lincoln, Toot Stack, Fred Todaro, and Bob Scarlatelli played their part in helping the team on to victory. On the basketball court we were represented by Fred Todaro, Toot Stack, Roy Howard, and the three famous stars - Kenny, Charlie, and Frank Gookin. On the diamond, hitting, catching, and throwing hard, were Don Gaskin, Bob Scarlatelli, Fred Scarlatelli, Dave Rushlow, Bill Lincoln, Roy Howard, Dave Rickard, and Bob Buckley. JCLLy JUNIOR We were all ready to begin our Junior year. We had a trying time getting here, but we all made it! As our class officers we elected Albe rt Kandarian, President; Carol John- son, Vice President; Barbara Highling, Secretary; Roger Carriere, Treasurer. Those who represented us on the football field were Roy Howard, Fred Todaro, Toot Stack, Bill Lincoln, Henry Chretien, Bob Scarlatelli, Charlie and Kenny Gookin, with brother Frank as co-captain. PAGE 54 Af THE D4yi GC GY m On the basketball court were Fred Todaro, Toot Stack, Kenny Gookin, and Billy Angell. Because our class was one with many original ideas, we were the first class to have a queen reign over our Junior Prom. A queen she was — for Carol Johnson was chosen! Her attendants were Anne Gulski and Jean Bonifazi. Next came our Christmas dance! The only thing to say is, " It was TERRIFIC! " We really showed off our talent with our next event — the Variety Show. We had a lot of fun in our Junior year, maybe that ' s because we were so JOLLY. ICPHI TICATCD fCNICW After three years of hard labor we could finally call ourselves SENIORS. To preside over us this year we selected as our class officers A1 Kandarian, President; Carol Johnson, Vice President; Fred Todaro, Treasurer; and Barbara Highling, Secretary. Muriel Crockett did a splendid job editing the Red Cap, ably assisted by Dave Rickard and Pat Doyle. No longer were we the J.V. ' s! The football team, Co-Captained by Roger Carriere and Bill Angell, had a very good season. We won the big game of the year, for we really slaughtered Attleboro, 23-0. Were they surprised! To assist our co-captains were Toot Stack, Fred Todaro, Bob Scarlatelli, Roy Howard, A1 Kandarian, Hank Chretien, Charlie and Kenny Gookin, and Ed Clark. Not to be overlooked is the basketball team ably captained by Fred Todaro, which complete d a wonderful season by bringing back the Hockamock Trophy. Those who made it possible were Toot Stack, Hank Fawcette, Kenny Gookin, Norm Legg, and Bill Angell. For the girls ' basketball team we had Jane Loring, Barbara Highling, Deborah Totten, and Jackie Brown. This year Lesley Waugh was chosen as head cheerleader. To assist her were Carol Johnson, and Marilyn Gosselin. Nancy Lewis was our Senior Representative on the Twirling Squad. Our biggest social event this year was our Senior Prom. Decorations were superb and the dance was very successful. Comments on the following Mon- day proved this. Other dances were " The Pigskin Hop " and the " Christmas Dance. " We had our pictures taken in December! " No Comment. " As we leave North High, we wish to thank Mr. Mott, Mr. Regan, and our faculty for putting up with us these past four years and to assure them we ' ll always remember their teachings! " The Class of 1954 " Judy Zaino Robert Paquin Historians PAGE 55 UEMCEItf PAGE 56 rCCTBALL R jl Sr . w | S jr ' yJE f.. ' ' Fjy. gBf is s [_JE Jm i First Row- Jim Cassidy, A1 Kandarian, ' ' Coot " Coyle, Roger Carriere, Bill Angell, Hank Chretien, " Shag " Shaunessy, " Toot " Stack, Roy Howard. Second Row — Bob Scarlatelli, Richard Jepson, Vic Dion, Jack Donley, Ken Gookin, Richard Bibby, Fred Todaro, Don Betts, Ray Charron, Bob King. Third Row -Joe Withington, Weldon Miller, Ronnie Everton, Dave Redding, John Valade, Tim Maloney, Jon Rovelto, Bill Fleming, Ed Hawksley, Richard Treen, Ray Frazier, Ed. Clark. TC My 1953 i ' CLJAD v Coach Pensavalle A personal note of thanks to the seniors. You boys were but freshmen when I first arrived at North High. We have been through victory and defeat and learned much from both atmos- pheres. Carry with you some of our fundamental rules of foot- ball and you ' ll benefit tremendously in life. Your years following graduation will be another contest. Fight harder when the going gets tough, don ' t smile too much when your ' re ahead, be clean in thought and speech, and be a credit to those who have tried to help you. Thank you for your four years of cooperation. May success follow you in life as it has at North High! Sincerely your friend, Conrad R. Pensavalle PAGE 58 r€€TB4LL HOLD THAT C ALL! WATCH CUT! WILT HE HALT IT? fIJCCEJf PAGE 60 B4II ETC4LL m 8 $ First Row — " Toot " Stack, Ray Charron, Don Betts, Fred Todaro, Bill Angell, Hank Fawcett, Ken Gookin. Second Row Coach Marx, Vic Dion, Norm Legg, Jim Cassidy, " Shag " Shaunessy, Dave Thomas, Dave Schofield, Mike Edwards. After suffering three successive setbacks, the 1954 edition of the Red Rock- eteers basketball team surged on to take the lead in the Hockamock League. Displaying spectacular play, the Rocketeers has been a highly spirited team fighting hard all the way, never giving up until the final whistle sounded. The boys have conducted themselves as true sportsmen in victory and in defeat. There has been much said about the attitude and sports- manship displayed by the good loser. It is a much more difficult objective to learn to be a good winner with humility, dignity, and grace. Edward Marx Coach Marx PAGE 61 B4 l ETB iLL J. V. DA l tTBALL First Row — Ray Frazier, Robert Daggett, Bob Rioux, " Skippy " Rosa, Dick Sadler, " Jimmie ' ' Stack. Second Row Coach Donald Klemer, Dick Treen, Dana Kimball, Robert Fuller, John Kelleher, James Roach, Marshall MacDonald. I B4 EC4LL t First Row Fred Scarlatelli, " Toot " Stack, Norman Legg, Roy Howard, Bob Scarlatelli, Fred Todaro, Bill Lincoln, Bill Angell, Dave Rushlow, Coach Conrad Pensavalle. Second Row Dick Sadler, Vic Dion, Jon Rovelto, Jim Cassidy, Don Betts, Ray Charron, " Shag " Shaunessy, Coach Donald Klemer. Third Row Clark Olson, John Ellis, Dave Redding, Martin Guthrie, Ray LaChance, Ernest Rosa, James Shearer. HILDA If CUE FOOTBALL Red Rocketeers of 1954 compiled a fine record ending with the 23-0 victory over Attleboro on Turkey Day. The Rocketeers also added Walpole, Middleboro, Stoughton, Mansfield, and New Bedford to their victory list. The Thanksgiving game turned out to be one the best victories ever en- joyed by a North team over Attleboro. The North boys marched to a score before the half. First capitalizing on breaks and weaknesses in the Attleboro line, the Rocketeers punched across two touchdowns and then added a field goal to defeat the Blue and White 23-0. PAGE 64 EA ltETEALL First Row Jackie Brown, Shirley Wilson, Barbara Highling, Joan Capadanno, Dorinne Guimond. Joan Morrill, Deborah Totten, Kitty Jarosz, Eleanor Highling, Nora Maloney. Second Row — Miss Elizabeth Mansfield, Coach; Barbara Kell, Eleanor Kandarian, Linda Benetti, Linda Bonifazi, Roselin Coupe, Wilma Fetzer, Ann Schoeinger, Jane Loring, Sandra Anderson. Third Row Carolyn Cleveland, Georginna Griswold, Lucille Courtemanche, Carol Bishop, Gayle Roberts, Barbara Fowler, Joan Gillespie, Gloria Wilson, Judy Capadanno, Judy Gilmore. Under the capable leadership of Captain Shirley Wilson, the girls ' basket- ball varsity team had the most successful season in its history. Possibly the greatest ideal of all, for which the entire world now is searching, is complete and willing cooperation. Nothing in high school life so completely trains for this as does partici- pation in sports. Through the past year, the girls have shown a fine improvement. The " team” has won — not the individual! Elizabeth Mansfield Miss Elizabeth Mansfield PAGE 65 CfTC4LL First Row- Barbara Kell, Shirley Wilson, Lucille Courtemanche, Dorinne Guimond, Jane Loring, Joan Morrill, Deborah Totten, Ann Schoeinger, Kitty Jarosz. Second Row -Miss Mansfield, Gail Germaine, Helen llkowitz, Barbara Highling, Simone Dufault, Nora Maloney, Joan Capadanno, Eleanor Highling, Faye Germaine. The year 1954 rushes out and our Senior Class represents North Attleboro High School for the last time in the greatest of girls ' sports - Softball. Captained by Jane Loring, the team is sure to show the fight and stamina associated with North Attle- boro High School. The Senior members of the team are: Jane Loring, Debbie Totten, and Barbara Highling. PAGE 66 CHEERLEADER Left to Right Carol Johnson, Marilyn Gosselin, Mary Zaino, Mary-Sue Withington, MaryLou English. Annette Frazier, Lee Lalancette. Jeanette Canuel. Center — Lesley Waugh DRUM MAJCR Left Row Dorinne Guimond. Jeanette Carriere, Patricia DeMarco Middle Row June Mayer. Nancy Lewis Right Row Judith Freeman, Paula Greene, Patricia Joyce PAGE 67 By- PATH BAND First Row — Verona Preston, Donald Fuller, Patricia LaPierre, Harold Tetreault, Bob Fuller, Richard Foss, Robert Pierson, Robert Bliss, Henry Simoneau, Robert Velletri Second Row William Fuller, Carol MacDufi, Donald LaChance, Russell DeGraftt, Donna Dagosta, Larry Fuller, Roger Fenton, Cameron Forbes, Jane LePorte Third Row — Janice Eastman, Josephine Scholz, Sandra Anderson, John Belham, Ken Gookin, John Eastman, Robert Azarian, Jim Nolan Fourth Row- Mr. John Bronson, June Mayer, Paula Jane Greene, Patricia Joyce, Judy Freeman, Dorinne Guimond, Jeanette Carriere, Nancy Lewis, Mr. Ronald Christiansen CBCDEJTBA First Row — Doris Simpson, Carol England, Constance Walker, Barbara Elderkin, Carol MacDuif, Sandra Anderson, Josephine Scholz, Mary-Lynn Sanborn Second Row- Mr. John Bronson, Charles Azarian, Russell DeGraftt, Donald LaChance, Kenny Gookin, John Belham, John Eastman, William Fuller, Roger Fenton, Martha England PAGE 70 eLEE CLUB First Row Judy Gilmore, Carol England, Marjorie Lizotte. Marcia Hayes, Jackie Lemire, Doris Hayes, Leah Denzer, Nancy Johnson, Carolyn England, Rochelle Treene, Carol McMahon, Elaine Ringuette. Second Row — June Wood. Barbara Clavette, Phyllis Dyer, Joan Gillespie, Martha England, Joan Morrill, Dorinne Guimond, Patty Joyce, Judy Freeman, Carol Woodbury, Margaret Lockhart, Pat Summersal. Third Row — Mr. Bronson, Josephine Scholz, Carol Lovell, Carol MacDulf, Nancy Miramont, Jule Devoe, Mary Jane White, Josephine Walsh, Ilene Malouin, Pat Foote, Barbara Kell, Gail Stanford Fourth Row Sandra Roberts, Faye Germaine, Gail Germaine, Joan Capadanno, Anna Restino, Claire Lightfoot. Carol Kreigal, Joan Howard, Sonya Guimond, Gail Guimond, Beverly Elderkin, Pat Mullen Fifth Row Susan Fisher, Betty Lou Walker, Simone Dufault, Connie Walker, Wilma Fetzer, Dorothy Donahue, Frances Ippolito, Carolyn Hiltz, Judy Hughes, Joan O ' Connor The Serenaders, a new choral group at N. A. H. S., has been newly organized under the supervision of John H. Bronson. With the fine leadership of Mr. Bronson, the Serenaders have par- ticipated in our annual Spring Concert and special assemblies. Mr. John H. Bronson PAGE 71 cy-PATn The t • s or this kind o o ' s This 1 f 15 hours i w ) 4 ACT CL ATT " A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOREVER " Miss Barbara Bracey Anyone who has a feeling for the beautiful will not over- look neglected people, places, or things. This awareness of beauty leads to constructive improvement in the world and in the ever rising stages of civilization. With imagination, each of us can help to build a finer universe and help to shape the lives and destinies of mankind. Barbara Bracey PAGE 74 rtJTIVITIE ENICC PLAY Left to Right Nancy Breed, Deborah Totten, Margaret Moriarty, Judy Nims, Jean Bonafazi, Sheila Kelley, Barbara Highling, Anne Gulski To the cast of the " Powder Puff Girl " we extend our congratulations for a wonderful performance. To the director, Mr. Thomas Groves, we express our appreciation for his willing assistance. Mr. Thomas Groves Director of Senior Play PAGE 76 merice Dub Latin Dub Knitting Dub Audm Visua ACTIVITIES First Row — Nancy Lewis, Norma Bishop, Ann Shaw, Fred Todaro, Faye Germaine, Joan Capadanno, Gail Germaine Second Row -Martha England, Lucille Poirier, Ralph Gilmore, Tim Maloney, Ray Charron, Bill Angell, Jim Stack, Dick Stevens, Joan Morrill Front Row — Dave Redding, Bob Kane, Pete Murray, Bill Fuller Second Row- Mr. Forrest Page, advisor; Bruce Walker, Bob King PAGE 78 ACTIVITIES First Row Sheila Kelley, Pat Doyle, Margaret Moriarty, Frances Ippolito, Gordon Cornell, Nancy Lewis, Deborah Totten, Marilyn Gosselin, Judy Nims Second Row Paula Greene, Mary Sue Withington, Jack Moriarty, Jeanette Canuel, Gary Cornell, Jeanette Carriere, Joan O ' Connor, June Mayer, Lee Lalancette First Row -David Redding, Martha England, William Angell, Nancy Lewis, Judy Nims, Fred Todaro Second Row Lesley Waugh, Roger Carriere, Gordon Cornell, William Romero, Albert Kandarian, June Wood PAGE 79 ACTIVITIES First Row — Barbara Kell, Muriel Crockett, Betty Walker, Mary-Lynn Sanborn, Bruce Walker, Margaret Lockhart, Leah Denzer, Doris Hayes Second Row — Judy Mowry, Pat Brennan, Josephine Walsh, Donna Ryan, Gordon Cornell, Pat Summersal, Ann Schoeinger, Pat Foote, Carol England, Mr. Forrest Page, advisor Third Row — John Hickman, Bill Baughn, Francis Golden, Jeff Moriarty, Alson Sherman, Harold Van Dusen, Robert Fuller, William Fuller L A T I IV c L U B Seated — Gary Cornell, Nora Maloney, Jeff Moriarty, Jule Devoe, Edward Pollock Standing — Miss McCarthy, advisor; Pat Campbell, Audrey Corrigan, Barbara Highling, Russell Smith EL-JBiuiii s y atmimu PAGE 80 ACTIVITIES K IV I T T I IV G C L U B Front Row Sheila Kelley, Marilyn Gosselin, Margaret Moriarty, Judy Nims, Pat Doyle, Muriel Crockett, Deborah Totten. Anne Gulski, Barbara Highling Second Row Miss Mary Erving, advisor; Judy Hughes, Marylou English, Joan O ' Connor, Dorothy Donahue, Pat Brennan, Nancy Lewis, Jeanette Carrier, Paula Greene, Nancy Breed, Dorothy Lavoie, Gail Stanford First Row— Catherine Schuman, Lois Nelson, Muriel Crockett, Miss Erving, Deborah Totten, Margaret Moriarty, Nancy Lewis Second Row Lesley Waugh, Rita Ringuette, Carol Healy, Linda Nims, Dorothy Lavoie, Mary Sue Withington, Faye Germaine L I B B A B Y A S S I s T A IV T S PAGE 81 ACTIVITIES First Row — Marilyn Gosselin, Margaret Moriarty, Deborah Totten, Pat Doyle, Muriel Crockett, Editor- in-Chiel; Jeanette Carriere, Paula Greene, Sheila Kelley Second Row — Eleanor Highling, Nora Maloney, Jeff Moriarty, Dick Sadler, Gary Cornell, Dave Rickard, Ed Pollock, Jule Devoe, Joan Morrill David Rickard, Gary Cornell, Muriel Crockett, Editor-in-Chiei; Patty Doyle PAGE 82 JUNIOR cun First Row — Vivian Valois, Pat Shea, Pat Foote, Leah Denzer, Janet Dion, June Mayer, Ray Charron, Faye Germaine, Peter Murray, Gail Stanford, Judy Hughes, Sandra Roberts, Gail Germaine Second Row Barbara Clavette, Phylis Dyer, Doris Bourgeois, Pauline Dohring, Jacqueline Gariepy, Shirley Wilson, Betty Page, Elna Robinson, Marian Shaw, Barbara Elderkin, Susan Fisher, Pat Levesque, Gladys Johnson, Barbara Richards, Leonie Lalancette Third Row — Anna Restino, Beverly Elderkin, Gail Guimond, Carolyn Hiltz, Mary-Sue Withington, Joan Capodanno, Dorothy Donahue, Mary Lou English, Pat Brennan, Carol Healy, Barbara Kell, Nancy Miller, Rachel Noviello, Mary Zaino, Helen Ilkowitz Fourth Row — Rita Dion, Sonya Guimond, Ann Shoeninger, Paula Greene, Jeannette Canuel, Frances Ippolito, Jeannette Carriere, Joan Howard, Carol Kriegel, Shirley Lightfoot, Claire Lightfoot, Pat Mullen, Shirley McKeon, Nancy Beckett Fifth Row- William Kay, Arthur Silveria, William Fuller, Robert Pierson, Donald Bourgeois, Gerald Moran, Roger Bergeron, Robert Perry, Robert Iaconis, Edward Schmidt, Ronnie Everton, Weldon Miller Sixth Row — Eugene Johnson, Royal Sargent, Harrison Morse, Charles Rainville, Donald Ouellette, Timothy Maloney, Richard Jepson, Robert King, Michael Edwards, Richard Bibby Seventh Row — Ray LaChance, Gerald Najjar, Robert Shaunessy, Brian Coyle, James Cassidy, Fredric Bastow, Donald Betts, Theodore Jarosz, William Flemming, Jon Rovelto, Roger Babbitt, Edward Hawkesly, Calvin Perry, Donald Bliss, Richard Merrill, Donald Chaloux, David Dion 84 ©PHCMCCE CL4IX First Row Marjorie Lizotte, Jackie Lemire, Donna Ryan, Patricia Summersall, Carole Upham, Martha McKeon. David Redding, Gail O ' Connor, Martin Guthrie, Marilyn Magnan, Josephine Walsh. Sandra Foss, Marguerite Bohannon, Mary-Lynn Sanborn, Jean Everton Second Row Jacqueline Clarke, Janet Armiretto, Marcia Hayes, Joan Grennon, Lorraine Sirois, Norma Bishop, Carol Woodbury, Judy Mowry, Joyce Peasley, Judy Freeman, Pat Joyce, Marjorie McKeon, Annette Frazier, Carol Bonifazi, Patricia LaFratta, Jule Devoe, Mary Jane White, Patricia DeMarco, Linda Bonifazi, Judy Armstrong Third Row Patricia Nesbit, Louise Ferns, Betty DeMarco, Shirley Briggs, Lucille Courtemanche, Carol Hawksley, Ann Levitt, Dorinne Guimond, Joan Morrill, Mary Marsella, Joan Petti, Eleanor Highling, Carolyn Morris, llene Malouin, Jean Barrs, Carol Stanhope, Joan Gillespie, Janice King, Carol McMahon Fourth Row Roger Alix, Robert Brown, Raymond Stack, Richard Foss, Betty Walker, Marilyn Budjinski, Wilma Fetzer, Janet Bruhn, Simone Dufault, Gayle Roberts, Jean Weldon, David Sumner. John Hughes, Louis Trepanier, Robert Dargis Fifth Row Leo Laliberte, George Elliot, Robert Lachance, Albert Miller, Fredrick Miller, Richard Campbell, James Burns, Russell Smith, Robert Dion, James Roach, Douglas Straker, Jack Moriarty, Ernest MacDonald, Johnny Sherman, Marshall MacDonald, James Shearer, Ernest Rosa, Robert Larochelle, William Baughn, James Pickering Sixth Row Richard Treen, Ernest McGranery, Ian Cruickshank, James Stack, Dickie Stevens, Albert Alix, Jeff Moriarty. William Morriseau, Louis Grimaldi, Guido DeFillipo, Ralph Gilmore, Victor Dion, Irving Meyer, Larry D ' Arpino, Thomas Boyle, David Lucia Seventh Row Edward Pollock, Dana Kimball, Jerry Lacasse, Clark Olson, John Kelleher, Lee Preble, Bruce Mowry, Joe Fournier, William Reid, Robert Davis, Kenneth Cheney, Walter Prest, Russell Kettel, Richard Sadler, Scud Schofield, David Thomas, Paul Whalen, Robert Laplant, Ray Joubert PAGE 85 fCE HMAN CL4J First Row— Loretta Cavalierie, Carole Carrozza, Irene Dohring, Marlene Dias, Nancy Codding, Phyllis Fetzer, Carolyn England, Georgiana Greswold, Carolyn Cleveland, Judy Gilmore, Nancy Johnson, Barbara Allan, Sandra Doble, Doris Marek, Madeline Cadaro, Carole England Second Row— Barbara McNally, Jean Foss, Janet Simoneau, Maureen Stanford, Elaine Phillips, Paula Shea, Patricia O ' Connell, Helen Zabsky, Cecile Mercure, Judy Capadanno, Carole Bishop, Jacqueline Bourgeois, Beverly Brock, Sonya Carlstrom, Donna Anderson, Linda Benetti, Dorothy Carlstrom, Cynthia Bartlett Third Row Margaret Lockhart, Brenda Leary, Jeanne Ringuette, Carole McDuff, Rachel Chaloux, Susan Colburn, Elaine Kriegel, Rocilyn Coupe, Denise Gazaille, Maureen Corrigan, Barbara Fowler, Marcia Bergerine, Angeline Beauchamp, Sandra Anderson, Rochelle Treen, Josephine Scholz, Doris Lund, Gloria Wilson, Rosalie Paul, Judy Riley Fourth Row- Linda Nims, Lynn Hemmingsen, Betty Yeager, Donna Dagosta, Florence LaPierre, Carol Lovell, Connie Walker, Priscilla Morin, Carole Johnson, Barbara Whalen, Janis McLean, Marcia McCarthy, Judy Hammond. Derith Issler, Eleanor Kandarian, Nancy Miramant, Madeleine Vigorito, Beverly Brock, Jean Ryder, Daisy Snow Fifth Row— Harold Tetreault, Donald LeBlanc, John Spavold, David Moriarty, Richard Fuller, Leon Gale, Richard Foss, Roger Dufesne, Ralph Swift, Richard Dejardine, Roger Fenton, Grant Hobson, Charlie Card, Richard McLacklan, Peter Guimond, Edward Meade, Peter Weldon, William Gaskin, Charles Gaboury, Alfred Corbett Sixth Row — Charles Romikaitis, Albert Richards, Albert Auty, Herbert Whittemore, Donald Nault, Dana Wilcox, Russell DeGrafft, George Kenney, Peter Gemienhardt, Raymond Bergeron, John Samson, Daniel Fong, Joel Bastow, James Cook, Larry Fuller, Richard Cote, Robert Bouchard, Timothy Rioux, Robert Dion, John Andrews PAGE 86 JUNIOR CLAW ceeicerj Peter Murray Treasurer June Mayer Secretary Ray Charron President Faye Germaine Vice President JCUUCMCRE CLAW ©eeicerj Gail O ' Connor Secretary Martin Guthrie Treasurer Nora Maloney Vice President David Redding P resident rUE UAAAN CLAW OEEICERJ John Eastman Vice President Edward Meade Treasurer Robert Daggett President Josephine Scholz Secretary PAGE 87 By-P4TH CLA E puy icx cutMincy CU EI MATH 4 CfflCC PRACTICE CUX EI ENGLI E 4 TYPING CL4 C WORLD HIJTCCy ENGLI H 3 CL4I EI PCCBLEHf JHCP CLA E FRENCH CL UIEI crficc CLAJXE THE TOWN WE LIVE IN ITS ORIGIN: North Attleborough saw its beginnings in the years immediately following the Plymouth landing. Its history from the time when purchased from the Indians, is one which is vivid and colorful. ITS LANDMARKS: THE ANGLE TREE STONE — After much wrangling, a dividing line between the Plymouth Colony and the Massachusetts Bay Colony was established and marked by the Angle Tree Stone. THE NORTH END CEMETERY — The first settler, John Woodcock, after many years of feuding with the Indians, passed on in the latter part of the 1600 ' s. He was laid to rest in the Old North End Cemetery. THE OLD HATCH HOUSE — In his lifetime, John Woodcock established a tavern known as The Hatch House. In later years many famous men, including Presi- dents Washington, Adams, and Monroe were guests there. THE OLD POWDER HOUSE — One of the most interesting of our old buildings is the Powder House where ammunition was stored during the French and Indian War. THE FIRST JEWELRY SHOP MARKER — The first jewelry shop in America was located in North Attleborough. There is now a marker on South Washington Street to note the exact spot where the shop was located and to perpetuate the memory of the unknown Frenchman who was its proprietor. ITS INDUSTRIES: The Jewelry industry has always been the base of North Attleborough ' s economic structure. North Attleborough is famous for the quality of the jewelry made here. Who has not heard of " The Evans Case " or " Silver by Webster " ? Today North Attleborough has diversified its interests with such industries as Lumber Companies, Tool Die Shops, Box Manufacturers, Plastics and Ceramics. Its stores and shops on busy Washington Street testify to the pride the townspeople take in " buying at home. " ITS EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES: The school system in North Attleborough started in the late 1600 ' s. Through the years it has kept alive in its citizens the knowledge that great educational goals are not out of reach. The vigorous building program of the present time continues the march of progress in education with two new elementary schools and the addition to the high school which will be finished in the very near future. OUR LIBRARY — The Richards Memorial Library, is one of the finest in the state and keeps the town well supplied with the best in reading material. SCHOLARSHIPS — Given by generous citizens and civic groups, scholarships provide many of our young people with the first start towards success. TRADES — The shops offer part time employment to our young people, train- ing them in the skills which will be most helpful to them in later life. ITS MOST FAMOUS CITIZEN: Speaker of the House, The Honorable Joseph W. Martin. ITS PROUDEST HERITAGE: Its people - many of whom are graduates of the North Attleborough schools. ITS FAITHFUL HISTORIANS: The Class of " 54 " PAGE 99 FAMILIAR i Sir poqpwAys DCETTr EABr PRETTY l Ai y DCETTy EAEy r vn J) . Itf Vr r t 5? tA PKj pcmy i ai o mm - % K . i_] HH U)PCCCI4TI€N We, the members of the yearbook staff, on behalf of the entire Senior Class, would like to extend our sincerest thanks to the following people who have made this yearbook possible: The manufacturers, merchants, professional people, and all others who through their generosity have given us the financial aid necessary to print this book. Mr. Clarence Greene and the Commercial Press whose cooperation and excellent advice helped us to make this yearbook so successful. Miss Marie Scanlin, our advisor, who willingly donated her time and effort to guide the members of the staff in producing this book. Our art instructor, Miss Barbara Bracey, whose splendid work has added much to our book. 4 1 4 Robert Darling, professional photographer, who took the picture of Com- mercial Press. Mr. E. Edward Galasso, whose panoramic view of North Attleboro adds beauty to our yearbook. William Baughn and Johnny Sherman, our student photographers, who have added many excellent " shots " to our book. Our classmates, Deborah Totten and David Rickard, authors of the Class Prophecy; Marilyn Gosselin and Roger Carriere, who compiled the Class Statistics; and Irene Paquette and Donald Gaskin, collectors of Class Gifts, for their cooperation in making our personals really different and interesting. PAGE 106 CASE COMPANY ■m »« V A chance to fill an important job. A chance to earn good pay, regu- lar raises, paid vacations. J A chance to enjoy friendly com- panionship, meet new people, make new friends. This is your chance to do vital work . . . get a job with plenty of responsibility and oppor- tunity for advancement . . . he associated with a reliable Company that’s known and respected everywhere — a Company you ' ll he proud to work for. Come in and talk to us. Get all the details. But do it now, so you ' ll have a head start. IMmt a Jot YOU’LL REALLY ENJOY? Here’s what the Telephone Company offers girls finishing High School — NEW ENGLAND The Telephone telegraph Company DOYLE CARPET C 0 M P A M Y Franklin, Mass. ATTLEBOROUGH SAVINGS BANK NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH and ATTLEBORO. MASS. Our (congratulations an J d Wd fvr success to the ( lass oj 1954 es 0s2 © v 3 0 COMMERCIAL PRESS PURDY PHOTOGRAPHERS ffliototjranheri for the Yjorth y4tt(eloro JJitjli behoof O 0 N 6 O Bed Wile rom OSCAR HILLMAN SONS SWIFT FISHER THE BROOK MANOR C oniitalu fat ion A to tile dlaAA oj 1954 CARLTON H. BLISS W. H. RILEY SON ATTLEBORO PLAINVILLE COAL CO., INC. CREED ROSARY FROZEN FOOD BANK ✓ Qux 327 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET TELEPHONE N. A. 8-1500 f Weah - Je etal}(ei - Jruiti J7 3 J pecialtiei NORTH END SUPERETTE FOR A COMPLETE SELECTION OF FINE QUALITY MEATS - GROCERIES - APPETIZERS - DELICACIES FROZEN FOODS 64 PARK STREET TEL. N. A. 8-0376-R THE CHICKEN ROOST PROVIDENCE, R. I. A. KANDARI AN, SR., PROP. MINUTE MAN DINER =C BELLA VANCE INC. ATTLEBORO, MASS. METALS CONTROLS CORPORATION ATTLEBORO, MASS. Coinnfitnenl.i of NORTH ATTLEBORO GAS COMPANY C. RAY RANDALL COMPANY 0 © ' G 0 A. T. PARKER CO. JOSEPH W. MARTIN, PROP. WRIGHT CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. 93 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET JUST BELOW THE HIGH SCHOOL PLAINVILLE DRIVE-IN THEATRE FILLER BOX COMPANY NORTH ATTLEBORO donifsliments V R. F. SIMMONS COMPANY — fJitabfiiLecl 1873 — ATTLEBORO, MASS. Compliments ol LEACH AND GARNER 73c si ol cJLucli AMERICAN SISALKRAFT CORPORATION Compliments ol ALBERT HORMAN JEWELED CROSS COMPANY McGIVNEY BRAIS COUNSELLORS AT LAW V. OTl a co., Inc. NORTH ATTLEBORO PLUMBING HEATING CO. 2 COMMONWEALTH AVE., ATTLEBORO FALLS, MASS. TELEPHONE N. A. 8-1514-W WEBSTER COMPANY LeSTAGE MANUFACTURING CO. MFG CO THE BISHOP COMPANY, INC. WESTCOTT CONSTRUCTION CO. { ompiimenti of BLGBEE MILES COMPANY FETZER CLEARY BUS COMPANY DODGEVILLE FINISHING CO., INC. LYONS ADVERTISING COMMUNITY THEATRE N. A. COAL COMPANY NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1898 - 1954 HORTON -ANGELL ATTLEBORO, MASS., U. S. A. DEVINE ' S MILK LABORATORIES, INC. Quality Checked MILADY’S DeBLOIS INSURANCE CO. BORO DRIVE-IN ■CS ' G O ' TRI - BORO FINANCE CO. R. BLACKINTON CO. THE TOWNE SHOP Congratulations THE RELIABLE NEWS BUREAU COURTESY OF CURTIS REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE COMPANY F. G. HOLBROOK INSURANCE, INC. COMPLIMENTS OF HAROLD C. ENGLAND Builder of Colonial Homes SHIELDS, INC. Fifth Avenue, New York r LeDOR JEWELRY CO. HOMER ALDEN COMPANY PLAINVILLE, MASS. H. ALDEN SMITH COMPLIMENTS OF DR. CHARLES BOWMAN STANDARD METALS CORPORATION HOWARD JOHNSON’S JEWELRY MART y PLAINVILLE STOCK CO. C£ o ' G O ATTLEBORO OVERLAND COMPANY The Junior Class congratulates the Seniors and only hope that we can follow your foot- steps and be as successful as you have proved to be. GOOD LUCK IN WHATEVER YOU ATTEMPT TO DO! Ray Charron, President Faye Germaine, Vice President June Mayer, Secretary Peter Murray, Treasurer BEST OF LUCK BATES AND SONS LACE WORKS JACK IPPOLITO ' S CLUB RESTAURANT Italian - American Food Route 1A, Plainville, Mass. Tel. N. A. 8-0393 COMPLIMENTS OF McNALLYS PACKAGE STORE Congratulations to the Class of 1 954 THE CLASS OF 1956 Congratulations to the Class of 1 954 THE CLASS OF 1957 COMPLIMENTS OF SWEET MANUFACTURING CO. ATTLEBORO, MASS. COMPLIMENTS OF DON ' S DINER =CX=i 0 ' (3 : O= COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF ORENT BROTHERS NORTH ATTLEBORO - NORWOOD HUBBARD BUSINESS SCHOOL PAWTUCKET, R. I. DAIRY QUEEN BAY STATE MARINE NORTH ATTLEBORO DAN ' S CAFE MORSE MOTORS ATTLEBORO Best of Wishes THE NUMEROUS FRIENDS OF NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL COMPLIMENTS OF OTIS F. MINER MARY ' S GIFT SHOP JIMMIE ' S SANDWICH SHOP TUTTLE SILVER COMPANY NORTH ATTLEBORO COMPLIMENTS OF PAUL ARMSTRONG SEARS ROEBUCK RINGUETTE ' S PIONEER STORE BEN BLANCHARD W. T. GRANT CO. COMPLIMENTS OF JENSEN MOTOR CO. DRS. ROBERT HENRY BEDARD MYERS SHOE STORE W. J. ROSS COMPANY Children ' s Junior Wear F. W. WOOLWORTH CO. MICHAEL REZZA AND DAUGHTERS THEODORE MALINOWSKI Engraver MISS AUSTIN S SHOP SCHOFIELD HARDWARE CO. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE John Hayes CONGRATULATIONS DR. ROMEO OUELLETTE THE CARNEGIE CO. MILLER S DEPARTMENT STORE EDSON S GARAGE DR. DeWITT SHANER S SHOE STORE For 1 5 years the home of fine shoes COMPLIMENTS OF ENDICOTT- JOHNSON COMPLIMENTS OF TONGUE TELEVISION GOOD LUCK ROY S BARBER SHOP DR. E. T. WELCH BERGH BROTHERS CO., INC. SAYLES DAIRY BAR ALBERT S BEAUTY SALON DRIVE- RITE AUTO SCHOOL J. A. CLARNER Electrical Contractor and Dealer ORCHIDS BY TURNER, INC. OLDTOWN LACE WORKS ZILCH ' S GARAGE FRENCHIE ' S SERVICE STATION TWIN CHESTNUT FARMS SAYLES DAIRY FARMS BURNS ' ATLANTIC SERVICE STATION A. L. TREMBLAY Auctioneer WITSCHI ' S SPORT ARENA ACHIN ' S GARAGE COMPLIMENTS OF JOE AND THERESA COMPLIMENTS OF THIBEAULT ' S MOBIL HOMES NORTH ATTLEBORO BRENNAN DRUG STORE COLONIAL INN CS ' G O ANN MARIE ' S FASHION CENTER NEW CLOVER MARKET LAUNDERETTE ARNS ' SERVICE STATION 515 SOUTH WASHINGTON STREET North Attleboro, Massachusetts ASHER S FLOOR COVERINGS AGLAE HAT SHOPPE SUVALL AND SONS, INC. WALT ' S GARAGE VICTORY DINER JARVIS TAPS, INC. COMPLIMENTS OF DR. RALPH H. METTERS DAVID L. YEE LAUNDRY MAGGIE ' S HOBBY SHOP STANDARD CHAIN COMPANY FIRST NATIONAL STORES, INC. HENRY J. BEACH Wholesale and Retail Provisions 0 D x ' G : 0 FRIENDS OF N. A. H. S. - CLASS DF 1954 Nancy Codding Tim Rioux Joel Bastow Susan Colbourn Jean Ryder Sandra Langille Robert Daggett Paula Shea Paul Lightfoot Marlen e Dias Helen Zalesky Ian Cruickshank Donna Dagosta Patricia O ' Connor Dorinne and Tommy Roger Fenton Barbara Vandal Nancy Miller Judy Gilmore Nancy Miramant Weldon Miller Miss Mary Erving Jean Ringuette Richard Jepson Pat LaPierre Janet Simoneau Billy Kay Grant Hobson Peter Weldon Tim Maloney Doris Marek Beverly Brock Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Pensavalle Elaine Kriegel Dorothy Carlstrom Gary Cornell James Stack Dr. Charles Bowman Don Bliss Clarke Olson Harold ' s Men Store Donna Anderson Edward Pollock Mr. and Mrs. Merle Crockett Angie Beauchamp Mary Marsella Muriel Crockett Linda Benetti Jack Kelleher Flagg ' s Bakery Ronald Everton Joan Morrill Dr. John Cotter Katherine Bohannon Nora Maloney A Friend Mr. and Mrs. Gariepy Pat Joyce Rose Germaine Jeanne Ewin Billy Morriseau " Bev " and " Don " " Shorty the Janitor " David Lucia Cathy Shuman Loretta Cavelieri Louis Grimaldi Amedee J. Ringuette Carole Carroza Martha England Pete Logan Janet Beaulieu Bruce Walker Ruth Rickard Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Higgenbotham Carol England Johnnie and Janet Mr. and Mrs. George Bohannon Roy Lockwood Dave and Deb " Lem " Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cornell Irene and Jim " Rip " Isabel Manchester Pete Murray " Ro " Harold Van Dusen Ralph Henshaw Barbara Stevens Gordon Cornell Doris E. Jordan Carol Kriegal Barbara Highling Richard Sherman June Mayer Elaine Grzenda Muriel C. Johnson Wilma Fetzer Judy Nims Adele Miller Joan Gillespie Dorothy Lavoie Thelma Cobb Ann Leavitt Carol Johnson Roberta Logan Leo Laliberte Sammy McGann Frederick Papineau Albert Schickle Miss Esther Washburn Elsie Smith Reed Morse Jane Loring Alice Swedling Stuart Riley Lois Nelson Helena M. Scanlin Joseph Wiley Lucille Lizotte Joanne Ewen Betty Page Dolly Lacasse Kenny " Mur! 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