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' 'eats K0 Come 5 1937 m QPPYCUGUOU WC WWC that my ' the dass ieasme in Yemembemxg We, the dass 0 , , for the understanding, guidance, and heip gmd 9 he has so wiiiingiy given us, dedicate this of '5'7. " x Northern Light" to Mt. edition of The Head of the English De- Cec PZKIYYUCDY. ii A. Beaupre, ,- -i- W ,gif J 'II jd V C0-Edilorr joel Bastow Phyllis Fetzer To all the members of the Yearbook Staffg our supervisors, Miss Marie Scan- lin and Miss Barbara Braceyg and all other members of the faculty who have made our Yearbook possible through their excellent cooperation, we extend our sincere appreciation. May your efforts be repaid as you thumb through the pages of this-our story. Phyllis and joel -0. ' g' 1' '.. x ? Y 1,". rg' 1" . 155- ! -U' 3 I ' , 1 V 1 , V 1 I YY" -- ., ,, W.,-vu. 5 , If .A XV 'FI"T""' 9 if i fJ4l.Q y v "Thank you" from The Senior Class to Miss Barbara Bracey, Art instruc- torg Pat LaPierre, Art editorg and all the art staff for making om' i "Northern Light" a real "picture" book. US NN Y -or 1 Ja K MR. ARTHUR J. MOTT ,va A7746 f Nurth Qdtlehnrnugh Schnnls Q9 . . 0 if 'g NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH. MASSACHUSETTS UP- r ' Y V. f' e " f' 4 '55 9" ARTHUR J. MOTT, SUPERINTENDENT on-nv To the Class of '57 The road of life is not just sand and pebbles running over the hill. It is filled with hope and frustration, joy and sorrow, and all the com- plexities and vexations of daily living. So I wish that you may have a "Grown Up" view with hopes and expectations that are reasonable, and a stedfast purpose to meet, without bitterness and resentment, whatever comes your way with courage and faith in God. ARTHUR J. MOTT Superintendent of School: MRS. 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PTA Speaking Con Cheerleader 4 Competitions 4 Yearbook Staff 4 SANDRA BARRETT ANDERSON Ixo one 11 ever beazen unleff be giver up the zgbl Sandy Looking to the future we see you as a successful secretary Good luck' B n 1 .4 3 Yearbook Starf 4 Orchestra 1 2 3 Basketball, Scorekeeper and Manager 1 Spring Concert 1 7 5 Music Festival 2 3 JOHN ANDREWS A man 5 nun characler if Ike arbiter of bu ortune So you are our barber we'll try not to get all hot and bothered See you in the spring out playing baseball! Baseball 'P 3 4 Football 7 Bagkggball 4 Yearbook Staff 4 CD Warden 4 JOSEPH BANKOWSKI "A marfr lrue wealth it lbe good :bat be doe: in tbe world." h joe, i We admire you for your chosen profession as a machine designer! lf everyone helped other people what a changed world it would be. Science Fair 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Track Team 5 JEAN MARIE BARRS "Apology if tbe .rign of weaknerrf' Jeanie, We know you'll become a famous artist, because of your great talent and individual ways. Variety Show Usher 3 Junior Prom Art Committee 3 Office 5 Variety Show Art Committee 3 Christmas Project 1, 2, 3, 4 YC2l'lD0Ok Staff 4 CYNTHIA ELLEN BARTLETI' "Life muff be mearured by tbougbl and action, not by time." Cyn, If you keep trying, without a doubt you will succeed. May your future J hold all the things of which you have dreamed. Science Fair 1 Camera Club 3, 4 Glee Club 5 Variety Show 2, 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Leadership Training 4 Office 4 Bowling 1 Yearbook staff 4 Senior Play Advertising 4 Senior Play Ticket Committee 4 Parents' Night Usher 4 JOEL BLACKINTON BASTOW "Il would be u bad Jilualion if lbe bag were belief iban tbe meat in il." Einstein, After you get your Ph.D. maybe you will help make the world a better place in which,to live by explaining to us ordinary folks what E-mc2 means. Good luck, joel. Leadership 4 American Legion Speaking Contest 4 Christmas Programs 1, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Science Fairs 1, 3, 4 Co-editor, yearbook 4 Essay "Constitution Day" 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 "I speak for Democracy" contest 4 Driver Training 4 PTA Contest 3 . , 411 'flA,l7""t, j-1 ,A,K ,A . , , ..- , . .Ji ,rf ANGELINA BEAUCHAMP "A rolling none gafberr no mon." Angie, Q May you always be happy trying to achieve the purpose of making the world a better place in which to live. Science Fair 2, 3 Cake Sale 1 Dance Committees 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Leadership Training 4 Senior Play 4 Prom Committee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 JOHN BELl-IAM, JR. "Mari: maker the world go round." J- B-, The world needs good electronic technicians so you will succeed in your career. On the side maybe we will discover you playing your favorite instrument with the Boston Pops. if Science Club 1, 2, 3 Camera Club 4 Ham Club 3, 4 Audio-visual Club 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Band 1, 2 Orchestra 1, 2 Senior Play, Stage 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Music Festival 1, 2 LINDA BENETTI "He failr. .md be alone, who har not rlrilfenf' Spaghetti, It's the most to say the least that "failures are merely steps to success." Now stop "blushing," we know it's a sunbum! Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Glee Club 3 Red Cap Collector 1, 4 Office 1, 3, 4 Spring Concert 3 Cake Sales 1, 3. 4 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Leadership Training 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Advertising, Senior Play 4 Tickets, Senior Play 4 Science Fair 1, 3 Christmas Pageant 4 Yearbook Staff 4 fi' DOUGLASS DEAN BENNETT "Life if a voyage lba!'J homewafd bound." Dean, We know you'll become a good photographer and, when you retire, we hope you will live to a ripe old age enjoying your favorite Sport- fishing! Camera Club 1, 2 Audio-visual 1 . Science Club 1, 2 Senior Prom C0mm1tfCC Yearbook staff 4 MARCIA ANN BERGEVINE "People who lire in glam homer Jhouldrfl throw Hanes." Bergie, Were sure you will be successful in anything you attempt, but don't forget your philosophy that, "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again." Camera Club 2, 4 Bowling Team 2 Science Club 1 Office 2. 4 Concessions 3 Glee Club 1 Ring Committee 3 Spring Concert 1 Variety Show Tickets 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Y6fifbO0lC Staff 4 Senior Play Usher 4 CAROLE ANN BISHOP "The prevent moment ir all we can call our own." Bish, You're sure to be a big success as a hairdresser, if your customers come out of your beauty salon with their hair looking as nice as yours always does, Camera Club 1. 2, 3 Red Cal' 1- 4 Baskgfball ly 3' 3 Student Council 3. 4 Cake Sale 1' 2x 3 Variety Show 2, 4 Dame Committee 2' 3, 4 Picture Committee 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Yearbook Sfaff 4 C1355 History 4 Senior Plav Adv. Com. 4 Glee Club 1, 2 'WHO' ROBERT JOSEPH BOUCHARD " 'The game if done-I'1'e' won-I've won,' quolh the, and whistled thrice." Bob, We're sure you'l1 make the world a better place in which to live when you become a chemist, by discovering a new wonder drug or a new theory on relativity. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Committees 1, 2, 5, 4 Student C0Ul'lCil 2, 3 Class President 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Student Council Vice President 3 Baseball 2 Boys' State Representative 3 CD Warden 4 JACQUELYN MARIE BOURGEOIS "If al fir!! yau don't rurceedg try, fry again." jackie, just keep in mind your favorite quotation, and you're sure to become a good nurse and be very happy, too. Yearbook Staff 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Camera Club 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Basketball Concessions 3 DHHCC Committees 2, 3, 4 Office 1, 2 Cake Sale Committee 1, 2 Drill Team 2 Glee Club 2 Senior Play Committee 4 Spring Festival 2 Science Fair 2, 5 Variety Show 4 Red Cap Reporter 4 -T-Q1 if N. j BEVERLY MARGARET BROCK "If ai fin! you dozfl rucrccd: 10, frj'agaiz1." Bev. With your fine personality and many friends, we know you'll obtain a good ,oh in an office and also have a lot of fun. v 'E Variety Show Usher 3 Senlof PIJY AdV9fli5ln8 4 Senior Play L'sher 4 Y9fifl900k Staff 4 JUDY CAPODANNO "If at fin! you dorfl rutreedg try, try again." Cap, Wfe know you'll be a successful secretary if you follow your philosophy of accepting people as they are and not as you'cl like them to be. Red Cap Staff 2, 3. 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Co-Editor 4 Cheerleader 3, 4 Camera Club Secretary 1 Glee Club 2 Leadership Training 4 Driver Training 4 PTA Usher 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Graduation Usher 3 Science Fair 3 Bowling 1, 2 Class Gifts 4 Honor Society Usher 3 Senior Play Advertising 4 Vice President 2, 3 Softball 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheering Competition 3, 4 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3, 4 CAROLE CARMEN CARROZZA "If you mzfl be .1 doctor, be a iporff' jazz, With your ability to get along with others, you're sure to be happy and stay that way, unless NAHS loses at your favorite sport, football! Glee Club 2 Leadership Training 4 Spring Concert 2 Librarian 4 V Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Off1CC 4 Camera Club 2, 3 Basketball 3 Recl Cap Collector 3 Red Cap Staff 4 Senior Play Advertising 4 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 4 Prom Committee 3, 4 Concessions 3 . Softball 3 Bowlmg League 5 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 RACHEL CHALOUX "If al firil you dmfl rucreedg try, try again." Rae, Assemblies 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Camera Club 1 Red Cap Staff 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 3 Head Cheerleader 4 Competitions 3, 4 Office 2, 4 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Prophecy 4 Although you may not be able to fulfill your ambition to become a marine, we hope that at least you'll always be with Rab. Dance Committee 2, 3,4 4 Variety Show 2, 4 Science Fair 1 Driver Training 4 Bowling League 3 Leadership Training 4 Yearbook Staff 4 PTA Usher 4 Senior Play Adv. 4 WARA Teen-Time 4 Nanc, Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Office 3 Camera Club 3 Graduation Usher 3 Vice President 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Guiclancc Office 2 Sue, Glee Club 2, 3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1 Spring Concert 2, 3 School Census 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Senior Play 4 LAWRENCE COOK "Wba! will be, will be." Larry, With the talent and ambition you have shown us in the past four National Honor Society 3, 4 NANCY LEE CODDING "If al fin! you donlt .furreedg lry, My again." With your philosophy, "Don't put on a front, act natural," in mind, you're sure to be a success both as a person and an accountant. Librarian 2 Junior Ring Committee 3 Spring Concert 3 Variety Show Usher 3 Cake Sale 2, 3 Bowling 2 Glue Club 3 Concessions 3 Assembly 4 Christmas Pageant 4 SUSAN COLBOURN "Be true to your own higher: mnifirfiomf' We know you'll fulfill your ambition to become a secretary and still have time to get in a little of your favorite sport, swimming. Yearbook.Staff 4 Ring Committee 3 Cake Sale 2 Assemblies 3, 4 Dance Committee 3, 4 Girls' Bowling 2 Blooclmobile 4 years we can't help but know you will be a great artist. Art Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society Usher 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Art Staff 4 junior Prom Committee 3 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ALFRED ROY CORBETT "To be or nal lo be, tba! ir llae querlionf' Ted. We are sure that if you use your football fighting spirit in your studies you will make a success of your life. Football 2. 3, 4 Baseball l. 3. 4 Basketball 1 Weight-Lifting 4 Art Club Treasurer 3 Leadership Training Course 4 Cake Sale Committee 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Variety Show Art Staff 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Fair 1 Civil Defense Warden 4 Dance Committee 2, 4 ff-'QQ JUQ 'VY MAUREEN KATHRINE CORRIGAN 113, 1 I r f ' yy lazily 11, Ltd, only In uw, males .1 lwtli f,fr.1lfm. 11r.1l1li', .mtl 11156. Rene. NYE feel sure that with your originality .ind tougcniality you will hc-.wine .1 wry pruspcrotis hairdresser. Ulu' Cllllt 2 lettiersliip 'I'i.uning 4 Svlllllll l Stlitiul fxnstis -I Dante Coiuiuittce 2 Digital- 'lyiinlng .1 Ottitc Q Ycaiiluiok Start 4 Stientt l-.ur l Cliristiiris Pagegint 4 ROBERT EDXVARD DAGGETT "If .11 ln-if yu: duff! fufrccdq fry, try ng.1iz1." Dag. XX'itli your interest in sports, plus your firstahand knowledge of them, we know you'll succeed as a sports' statistician. F0011-ull 5 Reception Usher 3 Prom Committees 3, 4 Veterans' Day Assembly 4 Variety Show 3 Senior Play 4 Monitor I CD Warden 4 Assemblies 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Leadership Training 4 Christmas Assembly 4 Basketball 1. 2, 5. 4 Class President 1 Track 2, 3 Student Council 3, 4 Honor Society 5, 4 Picture Committee 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Cake Sales 1, 3, 4 DONNA MARIE DAGOSTA GILMORE "The Lord if my shepherd-He guides me." Don, As you settle down with the determination to make someone happy we are certain you will succeed. Spring Concert 2, 3 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Band 1 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2 Cheerleader 4 Cake Sale Committee 1, 2 BOWling League 3 Concessions 3 Office 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Dance Committee 1, 4 Prom Committee 3, 4 Leader of Drill Team 2, 5 Science Fair 1, 2 Graduation Usher 3 ELAINE SUZANNE DEBLOIS "Whaz will be, will be." Laine, Since you want to help small children, we feel that you are wise in choosing teaching as a career. DOMINICAN ACADEMY 1, 2 Leadership Training 4 School Census 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Office 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Vice President 1 Glee Club I, 2 Graduation Usher 2 Gericol Club 1, 2 Christmas Dance 4 -45 RUSSELL ALLEN DEGRAFFT "You leafrz by doing." 9 Russ, ' XVith three years of art behind you and the will to learn, we are sure of your becoming a successful art teacher. Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Scenery 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 YC-31-1-,ook Staff 4 Science Fair 1, 4 Christmas Project 4 Class Ode 4 Band 1, 2, 3. 4 Orchestra 1, 2. 3, 4 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 2 Art Committee 2. 3, 4 Dixieland Band 3, 4 RICHARD DESJARDINS "All fbifzgr me porrible lo him that believer." Froggy, We know that if you continue your successful radio work you can't help but be a great ham. Ham Club 3, 4 Civil Defense 4 SCiCr1CS Fflir 3. 4 Usher Honor Society 3 Advertising Com. 4 Yearbook Staff 4 MARLENE FAYE DIAS "He who laugh: larl, laugh: longerlf' Marlene, We feel sure you will succeed in anything you attempt if you put the pep into it that you've put into cheering. Dance Committee 3 junior Prom Committee 3 Honor Society Usher 3 Christmas Pageant 4 Camera Club 2, 3 Red Cap Staff 2, 3 Cheerleader 3, 4 Cheering Competitions 3, 4 Cake Sale 1 Office 4 Science Fair 1 Class Will 4 Bowling 2 Yearbook Staff 4 ROBERT DION R b "Onward ezfer, backward never." y Q a . Put the effort that you put into talking into your ambitions to become a public accountant, and we know your wish will be fulfilled. Baseball 1, 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Civil Defense Leader 4 "A bird in lbs band if u crib fun in the Irene. man and later as a happy housewife. Drill Team 1. 2, 3 Science Cluh 1, 2 Spring Concert 1, 2 Advertising Committee 3 Dance Committees 2. 4 Spring Festival 2 FRANK DOROTHY m1ml.r," Yogi. just as you were in football! Decorating Committee 2, 3, 4 ROGER DUFRESNE "Now or Never." Roge, We know that your ambition to become a draftsman will be fulfilled if you follow your philosophy of "trying to succeed." Camera Club 3 Physics Club 4 Yearbook Staff 4 RICHARD DUPRE "The bert tbingr in life are free." Dick, VC'e are sure that along with your navy career you will find the time to make some lucky girl happy. Football 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Dance Committee 4 Christmas Pageant 4 IRENF LILLIAN DOHRING barb." XY'e see you first as an efficient secrc-tary to some prominent business Bowling 2 Science Fair 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Cake Sale 1 Office 4 Graduation Usher 3 "If: mf :tfitfher wr: zum or lofi, bn! lmuz you played the game Ibn! Youre bound In be on the winning team-in business administration Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Track 2 Cake Sale Committees 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Prom Committees 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1. 2, 3 Yearbook staff 4 Concessions 3 CD Warden 4 fr 'f 'J i t 2' ' .emi-R JOHN O. EASTMAN "Do urzfo olherr or you would hare them do unto you." jack, Since you are a whiz at math, your ambition to become a successful draftsman should be an easy one to fulfill. Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4 Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Vice President 1 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4 A Orchestra 1, 2, 5, 4 Music Festivals 1, 2, 3, 4 ,.r,,QQV' Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1, 3, 4 ff Reception Usher 5 Ring Committee 3 "NfjQ 3f i,i,,, Yearbook staff 4 Class Prophecy 4 Ml' CAROL ESTHER ENGLAND ' if "A mar1'J true wealth ir lhe good he doer in thir world." Carol. That king-sized thermometer you used in the Senior Play should be helpful to you when you begin your nursing career. Ch ristmas Assembly 1 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 PTA Speaking Contest 3 Voice of Democracy 1, 2 CAROLYN JOYCE ENGLAND "Do unto ozherr ar you would have them do uma you," Cal, As an elementary school teacher, we feel certain that you will attain your goal, "to help others." Band 2 Glee Club 1, 2 Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4 Guidance Office 2 Science Fair 1, 2 Science Club 2 Spring Concert 1, 2 Music Festival 2 Leadership Training 4 Graduation Usher 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Christmas Pageant 4 ROGER ALAN FENTON "If you wan! a thing done right, do it yourfelff' Roge, We feel that you will be as successful in business as you have been in high school since you are so easy to get along with. Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2 Dance Band 2 Red Cap Collector 1 Science Fair 3 Prom Committees 3, 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Class History 4 Music Festival 1, 2, 5 CD Warden 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Phil, that you attempt. Office 1, 2 Cake Sale Committee 2 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Christmas Assembly 3 Science Club 3 Camera Club 3 Glee Club 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Care, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1 Cafeteria 1 Minstrel Show 1 Broadcaster Staff 1 Dance Committee 2, 4 Red Cap 3, 4 Editor 4 Yearbook Staff 4 BARBARA ELAINE FOWLER "You can alwuyr quiz and fail! It luke: courage to Iliff and win." Barb, As one of our peppy majorettes you are always willing to help us in any of our undertakings. We know you will do well in life. Basketball 1 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Cake Sale Committee 1, 2 Variety Show 3, 4 Concessions 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Majorette 3, 4 Drill Team 2 Office 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Christmas Assembly 4 RAYMOND FRAZIER "God help! zbore who help lbemrelved' Bill, Well always remember the wonderful work you did as co-captain of our football team, especially on Thanksgiving Day. May the best of luck be with you! Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2 Science Fair 1, 2 Picture Committee 4 PHYLLIS ANN FETZER "If at fini you don'1 rucceedf lfy, try again." As co-editor of our Yearbook, we see a successful future ahead in all Variety Show 3, 4 Graduation Usher 3 Leadership Training Course 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Co-editor of Yearbook 4 Senior Play Prompter 4 Spring Concert 3 CAROL ANN FOSTER "Do unto other: ur you would have them do unto you." Your philosophy, "to help others," in addition to your ability, assures us that you will be a fine nurse. Variety Show Usher 3 Graduation, Usher 3 Prom Committee 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Science Fair 3 Student Council Alternate 4 Class Vice President 4 Office 4 Librarian 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Music Festival 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 1, 2, 3, Art and Adv. Graduation 1, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Weight-Lifting 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Cake Sale 2, 3 N. A arf -it at, R DONALD RICHARD FULLER "Ours if noi lo 7'0.1.f0?1 why: ourr is bu! lo do or die." Rich, Although your favorite song is "Singing the Blues." that's one thing we have never seen you do. Success to you in the Air Force. Band 1 Stage Manager, Senior Play 4 Orchestra 1 Dance Committees 1, 2. 3, 4 Football Manager 2, 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Basketball Manager 1, 2 Yearbook Staff 4 i' Basketball Scorer 3 CD Warden 4 Baseball Ivfanager 1, 2 Variety 5h0W!3 Alldifl-ViSLIL1l 5 Conggggjgng 3 LANWRENCE EDWARD FULLER "If at fin! you don'z Jucceedg fry, try again." Larry, L di? Blue, your favorite color, is definitely not befitting your character, be- F, 49" cause we'll always remember you as happy-go-lucky. Success to you in anything you may attempt. , 6..,.,f StlILlCI1f COUHCH 2 Spring Confqft 1 f , 5flCf1CC Club 1 Music Festival 3, 4 A Baseball 2 Prom Committees 3, 4 x'jflFj,x Bafld l Yearbook Staff 4 -Eijfff F V 4 . " . -14-35. fffifti .' QB A: if .vqv -wwf? , 'rarilfh A 'if ff' '. 5.11 kg8?.iil. it, I ' , x rr 1 be llrfiifiziij ,fri . ROBERT THOMAS FULLER "Knock and llae door .shall be opened inzlo you." Bob, As we look back we'll remember you as a member of our great band and an ardent rooter of the Rocketeers. Best of luck in the future. Football 1 Science Fair l Baseball 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Basketball 1 Variety Show 3, 4 Spring Concert 1-4 Music Festival 1-4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 I X WILLIAM T. GASKIN "No one if efer beaten unleu he giver up the fight." Boza, We'll always remember you for your skill in baseball and your ready wit! Good luck to you in the future in the Marines. Football 1. 2, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball l Advertising Committee 3 Yearbook Staff 4 is .i. MARGARET A. GATES "Grow old along with me, the her! ir ye! io he." "Gretchen," A newcomer to NAHS in your Senior year, you have gained many friends. With your pleasant personality we know you'll be a success in whatever you attempt. fNeedham High School 1, 2, 31 Tumbling Club 1, 2, 3 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Ring Committee 3 Gym 1NIeet 2 Home Room Officer 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Science Fair 3 Class Day Committee 3 Badminton Club 3 Driver Training 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 JOHN PETER GEMEINHARDT "There are two hindr of people in zhir world: lhore who live lo worh and lhore who work lo live." Pete, Thanks for contributing so much to our class and our high school, by being willing always to give a helping hand. Best wishes to you for the future. Student Council 1, 3, 4 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 Mass. State Science Fair at MIT 3 Honor Society 3, 4 Treasurer 4 -IUDITH ANN GILMORE "Don't count your chicken! before they halchf' Gilly, Basketball's your game and you play it well. May future success as a nurse satisfy you as much as your charm has pleased us. Mass. Boys' State 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Audio Visual Club 4 Student Government R Red Cap Staff 4 CD Student Warden 4 ep. 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cap Collector 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 2, 3 Latin Club 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Camera Club 3 SQUIO1' PIHY Science Club 2, 3 R111 Cffmmlffee 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Concesswns 3 Graduation Usher 3 Office 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Joe., FRANCIS GOLDEN "To Thine own :elf he true." Your ambition to be a Physicist will be attained if you stick to your philosophy, "to be good at whatever I attempt." Scholastic records in high school we can't forget. So we'll just say, "best of luck." National Honor Society 3, 4. Leadership Training Course 4 Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Treasurer 2, 3g President 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play Crew 4 Senior Reception Usher 3 Driver Training 4 Audio Visual Club 4 Ham Club 3 GEORGINA GRISWOLD "Go ahead! Knock yourrelj out." George, You'll really be able to help your fellow man as an elementary teacher. We predict success and happiness for you. Glee Club 1 Science Fair 1 Bowling League 1, 2, 4 Badminton 4 Christmas Pageant 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Substitute Teacher 4 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 RICHARD HENRY GUIMOND "Much bappinerr ir overlooked bemure it doe.rn'l cor! anylbingf' Gui, fi As a brilliant engineer you're sure to be wealthy and with your per- sonality you will quickly get married! Basketball 2 Science Club 3 Science Fair 3, 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 MARYANNE BARBARA HANLON "Man proporer, but God dirporerf' Anne, We know you'll like what you get out of life, so you're a sure success in whatever you do. Assemblies 1, 2 North: fNorton 1, 23 French Club 2 fa 'fr Latin Club 1, 2 Bowling League 1 Student Council 2 Class President 2 School Paper 2 Dance Committee 1, 2 Cake Sales 1, 2 Senior Prom Committee 4 Softball 3, 4 Leadership Training 4 Science Fair 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Yearbook Staff 4 FREDERICK JAMES HART "Don'l mum your chicken: before theyre batched." Ted, In life as well as on the football field we know you'll be successful and optimistic. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Cake Sales 2, 3 Dance Committees 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Club 1 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Basketball Concession 3 Z' LYNN ADELE HEMlNllNGSEN "A lbllllg of bmuly if 11 joy former." Lynne, We know you aim high and so your success as a secretary is assured. Science Club 1. Christmas Pageant 3 Softball 2. 3. 4 Driver Training 4 Basketball 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 . 4 t CLARKE PALMER HEON "Do as I Jay, not af I da." i Bud, Working at the A 84 P you earn money to live. We know y0u'll live to earn money and gain success and happiness as Well. Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Bowling League 2 Yearbook Staff 4 RICHARD EDWARD IRVING "Man am I grown, 4 manic work rnun I do." 1' Rich, To see the world is your ambition. When you have done that, we think you'll get married and become a successful businessman. Foorball 1, 2, 3, 4 Audio Visual 4 Co-captain 4 Science Club 1, 2 Yearbook Staff 4 DERETH ANNE ISSLER "N ever put off until tomorrow wha! can be done today." Derry, just looking at you we can tell that you're living, loving, laughing, and happyg so go to college and be a success! Drill Team 1, 2 Senior Play 4 Glee Club 3 Spring Festival 1 Spring Concert 1, 2 Cake Sale 1, 2, 3 Variety Shgw 3, 4 Leadershi Trainin Course 5 4 P S Red Cap 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 'Wu -an Aff. 1--Y 1-v7 N-.7 . 3, 'tx it NANCY JOHNSON "Big oaks from litlle acornr grow." Robbin, By your marks you're "using today" what "you learned yesterday" so you will "know tomorrow" as a successful teacher. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council l Latin Club l Red Cap Collector 2 Bowling League 2 Spring Concert l, 2, 3 Class Ode, Words 4 Office 2 Honor Society 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Usher 4 Variety Show 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ELEANOR KANDARIAN "Timm lbdf workr bard eat: hearty." Ellie, Living for the future, as you do, you won't have to fear the past. We know you'll be a success in whatever you do. C2-3 Howard Seminaryj Class President 3 Student Council Secretary 3 Yearbook Art Staff 3, 4 Prom Committees 2, 3, 4 junior Auction 3 Howard Highlights 3 Musical Activities 2, 3 Art and Craft Club 2, 3 Science Club Secretary 2 International Relations 3 Softball 1, 2, 3 Basketball 1, 2, 3 Hockey 2 Ring Committee 3 Delta and Lower form Shows 2, 3 Service Award 3 Leadership Training 4 GEORGE KENNEY "See all, Hur! God, nor be afraid." George. Although you may think life will be "too Big" for you, we do not agree because you are really a "good guy" and we know there's a place for you. Football 1, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Club 4 ELAINE LOUISE KRIEGEI. "Happy um I, fraln rare l'm free." Laney. We know now that you will be a success in the future. Drill Team 2, 3 Science Fair 1 Dance Committee 4 Senior Play Art 4 Glee Club 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Art Club 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 f" Because you aimed high, you made a success of your high school life. f"'s. ITLORENCE LAPIERRE "Our lffffllife' ir uwrzb .1 lh0u,r.u1a' u'm'a'r." Pat. Your artistic talents will enable you to become a leader in commercial art. Vile predict your Painting will be as famous as Da Vinci's. Band l. 2, 3 Yearbook staff art editor 4 Spring Concert 1. 2, 3 Majorette Drill Team Z. 3 Red Cap Collector 1 Camera Club 1. 2 Variety Show Art Staff l. 2, 3. 4 Art Club President 3 Senior Play Stage Committee 1. 2, 3, 4 Red Cap Art Editor 4 Graduation Stage Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 Leadership 4 Cake Sale 1 Prom Decorating Committee 3, 4 BRENDA LOUISE LEARY "Aluwy5 look forward, never backward." :ga Bea, ' 'S We know that you will be successful in fulfilling your ambition to become a secretary, because your mind is diligent and your personality witty. Christmas Pageant 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Fair 1 Refreshments 3, 4 Ak CAROL RUTH LOVELL "Variety if the Jpice of life." Rusty. We know that you will absorb knowledge always and put your learn- ing to great use in some satisfying field of science. Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2 Variety Show Usher 3 Drill Team 2,03 Yearbook Staff 4 Majorette Drill Team 4 Offiff 2 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 3 Christmas Assembly 3 Leadership Training 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Science Fair 3, 4 Variety Show 4 5 DORIS MAE LUND "God'r in Hir Hea1fer1,' All'r right will: the world." f We know you'll be a very efficient secretary for your ability at North High insured success in future years. Science Fair 1 Basketball 2, 3 Bowling 2 Yearbook Staff 4 , 'M N .sf - Dot, L" X 'K , CAROL FRANCES MaCDUFF "Never my dieg up, man, and try." Carol, We know that your life's work will be satisfying, and that you will be successful and happy during every minute of it. Bfifld 1, 2. 3, 4 Choraliers 3, 4 OfChCStr21 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 2, 3 Glee Club 1, 2 Assemblies Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 All-State Band 3 Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Softball 3 Variety Show 2, 3 Leadership Training 4 Office 3 Concessions 3 Senior Play 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ROBERT MAHER "He who laugh: larl, laughr the loudest." Bob, Q Good luck in the Coast Guard, We know that you will enjoy a sea- man's life, and have much success! Football 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Christmas Dance 1, 2, 3 Science Fair 1 Cafeteria 2, 3 Science Club 1 Prom Committee 4 DORIS JOAN MAREK "God created ur equal, why should we let one spoil il?" Sweety, Because your ambition is to be a secretary, so be it! We know you'll be successful in anything you attempt because your attitude is good. Drill Team 2 Science Fair 1 Variety Show 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Cake Sales 2, 4 MARCIA JANE MCCARTHY "God created ur equal, why :hauld we le! one spoil iz?" Marcia, Because you wish "to make friends" and help others, we know that you will be successful as a sympathetic and skillful nurse. Red Cap Collector 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Red Cap Reporter 1 X Science Fair 3 - 3 Leadership Training 3 V 5 Driver Training 3 CODCC'SSiOr1S 3 ,pw Graduation Usher 3 Proms 3, 4 7 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 ' Basketball 3 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3 Office 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Bowling 2 fi' JANIS ANN McLEAN "A chain if Jr Jlrong af ilr weaker! link." jan, In your future as a housewife, we know that you will keep all the friends you have, and make more as time marches on. Camera Club 2. 3 Science Club 3 Glee Club 1. Z Softball 1, 2, 3. 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Badminton Team 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Concessions 3 Driver Training 4 Cake Sale Committees 1, 2 Art Club 3 Lf EDWARD LOUIS MEADE JR. "Mrzn'.v reach murt exceed hir gmrp or whafr 4 Heaven for?" Ed. So you want to enter the electronics field. Heres hoping you are highly successful in whatever section you wish to work. Christmas Play 1 Sflfnfe Fair 3- 4 C1355 Treasurer 1 Audio Visual Club 4 Honor Society Usher 3 Dflvef Training 4 Ham Club 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 '. '. ."vi'ain-5F.E::.'Z+f?":1i " .1,,,, ,,.,,.,..h. fsugkft l +1-1 Q X t" CECILE HELENE MERCURE "Tin ferret of happiness ir rometbing lo da." cue, 'qs You have said that hard work will bring success. To be a good and efficient secretary follow your own philosophy and nothing will stop you. Science Fair 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Variety Show Usher Bowling 2 Graduation Usher 3 Librarian 3 Driver Training 4 NANCY MIRAMONT "If: magnificent to grow old, if one keep: young!" Nanc, To be happy follow your ambitions. Success is assured as a good secre- tary and as a happy wife! Cake Sale Committees 1, 2, 3 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cap Editor 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Leadership Training Course 4 Senior Play Committee 4 Variety Show Usher 3 Reporter 3 Driver Training 4 Camera Club 2 Yearbook Staff 4 junior Prom Committee 3 DAVID WALSH MORIARTY "The url of pfearing requirer only ihe derive." Nic jr., Your dreams include graduating and becoming a naval officer. Al- though you're fond of asking, "Who needs it?," we predict both success and happiness for you. Driver Training 4 Science Tour l, 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Audio Visual Club 3 Football 3 Science Club 3 WILLIAM BRUCE MOWRY "To thine own :elf be true." , Brawse, Your life work lies in Engineering or perhaps Mechanics. Although the future is hidden we know your own efforts will make it happyl Science Fair 1 Decorating Committees 3, 4 Science Club 2, 3 Radio Club 1 Yearbook Staff 4 PATRICIA ANNE O'CONNELL "There ir nothing to fear bu! fear itrelff' Pat, A good secretary needs preparation and study. You have worked care- fully and will attain your goal! Best wishes. Drill Team 2 Spring Concert 2 Cake Sale 1, 2, 3 Dance Committees 2, 3 Spring Festival 2 Driver Training 4 Senior Play 4 Music Festival 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Variety Show Usher 3 Prom Committees 3, 4 Science Fair 3 Office 2 HELEN ROSALIE PAUL "Don'1 worry over what ir par!-forget il!" Helen, You want success in the business world as a good private secretary. We think you'l1 attain your ambition and be the very best! Basketball 3 Variety Show Usher 3 Bowling 2 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3 Science Fair 1 Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 4 ii? Q ELAINE IVIARGARET PHILLIPS "God',rir1 Hir He.i1'cn,' All'r righ! uiilf the u'orld."' Peg, You hope to be a nurse and we hope you'll be happy! Anyone who has been so generous with time and talent deserves the best. Glee Club 2 Softball 3, 4 Science Club 1 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Usher Spring Concert 2 Committees 2, 3 Cake Sales 2 Concessions 3 Drill Team 2 Bowling League 2 Red Cap Collector 3 Christmas Pageant 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Senior Play 4 Art Club 3 Art Exhibitions 3, 4 Leadership Training 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Graduation Props 3. 4 Dance Committees 2, 3 CAROLYN ILMI PICKERING "Beauly ir its own excure for being." Charlie, You're popular, smart, and pretty enough to have been Junior Prom queen. We predict success both as a secretary and, Student Council 2 Cake Sales 2, 3 Dance Committee 3 Usher Spring Concert 2 Usher PTA Open House 3 Class Secretary 3 junior Class Ring Committee 3 Concessions 3 D ,sc fly 4-as M f:Cr . 'Q 'x' 'lf later, as a wife! Glee Club 2 Picture Committee 4 Variety Show 4 Usher at Senior Play 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Leadership Training 4 ROBERT LOUIS PLANTE "A man'.r lrue weallb is lbe good tha! he doe: in lbe world." ,S bil' E 3 'G' Bob, Of course y0u'll attain your modest wish to graduate. We predict, remembering your wit and savoir faire, a full life, interesting and varied as yourself. Baseball 1, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Class President 2 Dance Committees 3, 4 Science Fair 1, 2 ' Cake Sales 2, 3 PATRICIA PLATH "Grow old along with me, the bert if ye! lo be." Pat, You are "mucho nice" and we think it will be easy for you to "hook that man." Best wishes for success in everything. Girls' Bowling League 2 Variety Shlwf Usher 3 Science pair 1 Driver Training 4 Librarian 3 Art Club Secretary 3 Yearbook Staff 4 .R JEANNE THERESA RINGUETTE "The ber! lbirzgr in life are free." be tough." Student Warden 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Red Cap Staff 4 Reception Usher 3 Variety Show 3 Cake Sale Commit Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4 Basketball 1, 2. 3. 4 Football 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Audio Visual Club 3, 4 Lunchroom 1 Dance Committees I, 2, 3, 4 LAWRENCIE ROBERTS "Nw only la exif! bu! 10 amouzzl lo rometbing in life." Larry, Because you realize you "can't have your cake and eat it too," we think hard work will make success come your way! Dance Committees 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 CAROL L. RUSLER "Belize zmfhing 111.11 -you hear und only half of wlmz you ree," Carol, Vile are sure you will make a fine secretary judging from your past. By all means always take the advice of your quotation for we think you're "neat," Science Fair 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Spring Concert 3, 4 Spring Festival 3, 4 Student Council 1 Band 1, 3, 4 Glee Club 2 Biology Club l Jeanne. We are sure you will make a good secretary since you like typing so well. WH: like your philosophy and we know happiness awaits you Bfywling 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Science Fair 1 Variety Show l shcr 3 Cake 53165 1' 2, 3 Driver Training 4 TIMOTHY MICHAEL RIOUX "PaIb,r nf glory lead but lo the gmref' Tim, If you follow your philosophy we are sure you will make a good history teacher.'We know you will always be a star even though "The going may tees H 54, Q? 1 If ia v. flu -1' JlfAN NIARIE RYDER Hixvrilfjfflg if imfwirzblef' Jeannie, Take the advice of your quote and believe "nothing is impossible." We are sure you will be a success and "you'd better believe it!" Red Cap Collector 2 Sfnlflf Play 4 Variety Show Usher 3 Student Government Day alternate 4 Honor Society 3. 4 DAR Award 4 Glee Club 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Slwflnt-T Cfmfeff 4 O JOHN SAMSON "Nor only I0 ,rucfeed bu! to amount to mmelbing in life." Sam, Your personality is the "best," Therefore, as a manager at Newberry's you can't miss, Lunchmom 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior,Reception Committee 3 Christmas Display 4 X JOSEPHINE E. SCHOLZ "If at fifrl you darfi Jurreedg try, try again." jo. Were sure you'll be a good teacher if you but follow your philosophy and keep at it. Well be saying, "Hey, Babe-y0u're quite a gal!" Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Secretary 1, 2, 4 Cake Sales 1, 2, 3 Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Latin Club 1 Bowling team 2 Lunch Room 3, 4 Assemblies 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 Class Ode 4 Leadership Training 4 Driver Training 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play 4 PTA Guide 4 Variety Show 4 PAULA SI-IEA "I am a part of all thai I bare mn." Polly, We're sure you'll be a help to all your friends since "you're a part of all that you have met" and not a "Lone one." Cake Sale 1, 2 Glee Club 1 Camera Club 1 Dance Committee 2, 3, 4 Usher Spring Concert 2 Bowling Team 2 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Concessions 3 Office 2 RALPH W. SWIFT "To be 07 not to be, thai is the que.rlion." , Swifty, We are sure you will make a good engineer if your philosophy pays off. "To be successful in everything you attempt" is quite an order! Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Driver Training 4 Honor Society Usher 3 Yeafbook Staff 4 HAROLD F. TETREAULT "l have not yet begun ro fight." Tate, We're sure you'll make a tremendous MP after your fine training in the band. Your philosophy, ambition and favorite saying tie in so well. "Mucho nice Fella!" Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Christmas Decorating 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Nativity Scene 1, 2, 3, 4 STANLEY DANIEL THEROUX "Life if jun a bowl of cherries." Toro, "Hey, you," just follow your philosophy and you will be a very suc- cessful chemist! You will find success and good living. Baseball Class Will 4 Science Fair 3 Senior Play 4 Dance Committees 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Vafiety Show C0mlTlilICC 3 Chfistmag Pageant 1 St'-'dem Warden 4 Certificates of Merit in Latin 1 Student Council Convention 4 QHoly Trinity High School, JOHN VALADE "To be or not lo be, that if the question." Jack, In football you "played the game." Remain the same always and suc- cess in later years will be attained. 1. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Lunchroom 2 Variety Show 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Civil Defense Warden 4 Senior Play 4 Prom Committees 3, 4 BARBARA VANDAL "Be Irue to your higher! rorzrfirtiozzf' Barb. ,i A nursing career is your goal, keep workingg don't give upg and you'll 15 make it. We know! Office 2 Spring Festival 2. 3. 4 Drill Team 2 Drum Majorette 3. 4 Concessions 3 Dance Committee 2. 4 Cake Sales 1, 2 Spring Concert 2. 3. 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Variety Show 3 Senior Prom Committee 4 Leadership Training 4 MADELINE RUTH VIGORITO "Think of oiherr at you would have lbem think of you." Jig- With your personality, you'll go a long way in life. Marriage is your desire, and we know your dreams will come true. Assistant Librarian 3 Camera Club 2 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Spring Concert 2, 3 Cake Sales 1, Z, 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Ring Committee 3 Bowling League 2 PTA Guide 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Usher 4 Senior Play Advertising 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 Driver Training 4 Leadership Training 4 pu 's x.,,,.-f CONSTANCE WALKER "Il'7l1ale1'er if worth doing al all if worlla doing well." Connie, Because we know very little about you, we have dubbed you "quietest girl." But we do know thisg a fine artist you will be-not only successful but terrific! Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Science Club 2 Science Fair 1 Yearbook Art Staff 4 Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Festival 1, 2. 3. 4 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3 BARBARA ANNE WHALEN "The reward of rz thing well done if Io have done ii." Barb, Keep that pleasant disposition! Then as a secretary you will be in demand. We know! Science Fair 1 Drill Team 2 Cake Sales 1, 2 Maiorette 3 junior Prom Committee 3 Basketball Concessions 3 Music Festival 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 7 3 4 Head Drum Mayor 4 Graduation Usher 3 Glee Club 2 Driver Training 4 Girls' Bowling 2 Librarian 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Senior Play Advertising 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Senior Prom 4 WARA Teen Time 4 Variety Show 4 Leadership Training 4 2 , 3' 1 ' 2, VV 732: WALTER WILCOCK "N0lbing is impossible." Walt, To be an engineer is your ambition. just keep up the good work and you won't fail! You'll even have fun! We promise. Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Senior Play 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 2, 3, 4 R. ,,, if Dance Band 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Audio Visual Club 4 is ...que GLORIA IRENE WILSON "If al fini you don't Jucreedg try, try again." Goat, What would we have done without your help in basketball? We know marriage is your aim. That day will soon be here if you don't change! Softball 1, 2, 3, 4 Badminton 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety show 4 Bowling 2 PTA Guide 4 Yearbook staff 4 Senior Prom Committee 4 We Leadership Training Course 4 Captain JV Basketball 1 HELEN ZALESKY "Perfefli0n is made up of lrifler, but perfection if no trifle." Pinky, You may be small in height but not in spirits. As a secretary you will find happiness and success. Cake Sale Committees 1, 2, 3 Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Camera Club 3 Science Fair 1, 3 Glee Club 3 Driver Training 4 Yearbook Staff 4 Red Cap Collector 4 Office 3, 4 Prom Committee 3, 4 Basketball Concessions 3 Leadership Training 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Honor Society Usher 3 DELOR SIROIS "If: now or never." Del, Even though you are now in the Air Force we are interested in youi progress and wish you all success. Yearbook Staff 4. Nancy J. Jo S. and Russ D WORDS IE MUSIC Now J wa have come fo eafyour Iasfgood bye fhen on our JJJ-iLj.lg f'J.1J" 4 , Mui! ALJ Jg.J.fIL?i14P fp J vnew ngihe pasf Now we hLde:1+e,ar' Greg!-Lu ohon + sf laffnsjr c+V3+hfy 9 i iflfgswf-:IPOJ iffy Ly fh J +rue Asw e,Frl1hQhgvy O 11 gf P our' hopes wall be rne+ Qylre call H19 your name? C i HF I I F IF " f"Lf 'J rr '4PfJff1 If fgffgg li ri:2uF J wag where-eu-ef :may Mini- J - .ohur 4?-o Q we ei auh by FFF F nf Ewa Q L g9J,JC,1,.1l,,J.r-JF.: JJ-' PM P- V fa. P Q-fa Q V 5 55 J fi! 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E li REQ Q3fJg J':'f'F'qjQ.l?Fl3., l A QI 1 .W 'M A 05 Af Ease .of W aw 'Y -. qhhxk M 6 7' I 1 l N"..4.. -1. -.1 I FOCUSED ON SENIORS Sejwiuzzbcf I IOOTBALL SFASON STARTS Wfhrle our team was sxx eatlng out hours ot practlce xxc enloxcd our last hours of freedom Sejwlmzlzff 5 SCHOOL STARTS-To thrnk at last xxe re senrors' Ortobu I7 NIGHT FOOTBALL GAMI I guess playing under the llghts dld somethin for the team XVe xvalloped Mrddleboro ai 14' Nnztmbei THANKSGIVING GAMT What a perfect game' VIC I ORY Dczcmbu 7 SI NIOR PLAY Iuture Oscar wrnners were d1SLOVCI'CCl rn this hxlarlous comedy The audrtorrum rocked xvrth laughter DEIEIIZIIU 15 CHRISTMAS DANCE Imagxne' A dance rn honor of the Freshmen' XVhere drd they all come from 9 ton the team kept up nts frghtmg Splflt to vxm the second game anuary 26 SFNIOR PROM Handsome gentlemen' Beautlful glrls' A won derful success' Febfzzary 9 SADIT HAWKINS DANCE What a dance' Every grrl got her man or at least trred to March 16 ST PATRICK S DANCI' Congratulatlons to the Sophomores who made thls dance a real success May 5 SPRING CONCERT As usual our muslcal orgaruzatrons came through wnth a great shovx May 11 MUSIC FESTIVAL Our band showed us that all therr months of practrce xx eren t xx asted May 18 UNIOR PROM What a beautlful dance' It reminded us so much of OUR Junlor Prom june 6 7 SENIOR EXAMS-just thrnk our last tests rn hrgh school' What a relref to fmd xx e passed a few june 10 CLASS DAY W1Il we ever forget those g1fts9 And the prophecy xx hat a not' wie IO BANQUET XX hat food' What musrc The xx hole evenrng xx as per ec une I2 GRADUATION We frnally had arrrved at our goal wrth mmgled tears and laughter we recexved our drplomas vxh1ch meant the end of our hrgh school days june I3 SENIOR RECEPTION We w1ll never forget our four years at North Hrgh which ended tomght Nancy Mrramont Carol England ' ' ' ' I T 4 I . ' Defenzber I8-BASKETBALL SEASON STARTS-Despite our loss to Taun- . -I - ' ' ' 1 Q 1 ff . ' , ' , , f t. from ean Ryder Josephine Scholz Donna Anderson Irene Dohring Judy Capodanno Nancy Miramant Connie Walker Marcia McCarthy Phyllis Fetzer Helen Zalesky Eleanor Kandarian Carol Lovell Pat I.aPIerre Gloria Wilson Madeline Vigorito Barbara Vandal Carol England Barbara Fowler Maryanne Hanlon Carolyn Pickering Carole Bishop Jackie Bourgeois Marlene Dias NEATEST MOST POPULAR CUTEST BEST LOOKING LIVELIEST MOST SERIOUS QUIETEST MOST CONGENIAL SMARTEST MOST TALKATIVE BEST LINE MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED MOST AMBITIOUS MOST ATHLETIC SMOOTHEST BEST DANCER MOST BASHFUL CLASS ELIRT WITTIEST BEST FIGURE BEST ALL AROUND BEST PERSONALITY BEST DRESSED Mae Theofilis Ann Durant Bev Shaunessy Roberta Kelly Pat Hickman Ann Petti udy Ferland anice Eastman Susan Ma Donald Brenda White ane St Pierre Cynthia Langlois ackie Reynolds Linda Paquin Carlene MacDonald anice Carpenter Janet Precourt Pauline Rabbitt Mary Mongeon Dianne Beaupre Judy Nardelli Carol Veno Susan Colburn wills her acting ability to the cast of next year s Senior Play Rachel Chaloux leaves to Join Rabbi Carol Foster bequeaths her winning smile and pleasant disposition to Judy Cornell Elaine DeBloIs leaxcs with Jcff s sweater Sandra Anderson departs quietly without our knowing too much about her. Linda Benetti leaves her easy-going nature to Bev Gobin. Nancy ohnson passes her good marks to next year S seniors. Ly nne Hemmingsen leases her French ability to Rhoda Hoffman. udy Gilmore transfers her defensive basketball ability to Lila LaPlante. Donna Dagosta ships out with the Navy. Carolyn England leax es the library in Judy Chace's capable hands. Carole Carrozza leax es all the boys behind. Rene Corrigan transfers her friendly manner to Judy Fisher. Carol MacDuff bequeaths her title of ' Class Songstress' to Eileen Tiftickjian. Pat Plath bestows her red locks and freckles to Carla Marchant. Helen Paul departs for Attleboro. Barbara Allen wills her friendly smile to Bev Shearer. Cecile Mercure transfers her shorthand ability to Judy Miramant. Beverly Brock leaves-flashing a diamond. Jeanne Ringuette departs for places unknown. Brenda Leary bestows her quiet but sincere ways to Janet Spadoni. Paula Shea leaves us with the memory of her gay chatter. Jean Barrs donates her artistic ability to any of Miss Bracey's needy students. Pat O'Connell departs to become manager of J. J. Newberry's. Barbara Whalen leaves to make her new record, "Hound Dog." Elaine Phillips leaves for Vermont for reasons known to all. Dereth Issler leaves, much to the relief of Miss Dudley. Marcia Bergevine bequeaths her cheerful ways to Nancy Nerney. OUR LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT J To H of I 3 J .F p 1' A E U .Susan Cumanngs . J J i J , ' J Nancy Coddrng grves her arnrable drsposrtron to Pat Prcehr Angre Beauchamp leaves to take oy er can s Restaurant Gretchen Gates bestows her pleasrng and frrendly manner to Sarah Ennrs Dorrs Lund leas es for full trme employment at Trr Boro Cy nthra Bartlett departs wrth many memorres of N A H S Georgrna Grrswold passed her wrnnrng ways to o Ann Sharon Elarne Krregel leayes her admrrrng smrles to une Garrepy Dorrs Merek trptoes out strll remarnrng a mystery to us anrs McLean departs wrth a brg rnterest rn New Bedford Carol Rusler grves her sweaters to Shrrley Matthews I mm Stan Therowe Drek Dupre I rrnk Dorothy Trm Rroufe Bob Plante Ralph Svsrft Bob Bouchard Bob Daggett rek Val rde oe Bankoyx skr Ted Corbett ohn Sampson Ray Frazrer Larry Cook ack Eastman oel Bastow Roger Fenton SMOOTH EST CUTEST BEST ALL AROUND BEST LINE BEST LooKrNG QUIEIEST Mosr POPULAR MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED C LASS FLIRT MOST SERIOUS BEST DANCER BEST PIRSONALITY MOST ATHLETIC MOST AMBITIOUS NEATEST SMARTEST BEST DRESSED Pete Cemernhardt MOST CONGENIAL Rreh Iryrng BEST BUILD Wrllrrrn Gaskrn LIVELIEST Robert Dron MOST TALKATIVE Roger Dutresne MOST BASHFUL ack Andrews WITTIEST jon Wfood Fred DeMareo Denny Reddrng oe Searletellr Rrck Lrneoln Allen Wrugh Nerl Harrrs Mrke Dupelle Warren I rvyeett Drnny Reynolds XVrnk M1eDonald Kevrn Porrrer rm MacDonald Ernre Iaeonrs ohn Prest Martrn Strnkard Homer Shepard Bob Armour Stexe Morse Ross Asher Ieo L1Roe helle Skrp Hrllman ohn Belham r leaves hrs long legs to Paul Coogan Douglass Bennett donates hrs photographrc abrlrtres to the Camera Club Russell DeGraft gry es hrs trumpet tempo to Henry Srmoneau Rrchard Desyardrns leay es hrs eleetrreal know how to Phrlrp Sehoenrger Donald Fuller leay es krssrng hrs drploma Larry I uller leay es hrs Ply mouth to anyone capable of drrvrng rt Bob Fuller passes hrs musreal technrques to joel Franklrn Francrs Golden leay es hrs marks to anyone capable of frllrng hrs shoes Rrehard Gurmond elass paperboy bequeaths hrs trtle to Peter Gurmond Ted Hart bestows hrs brg frame to any one capable of frllrng rt Clarke Heon leay es for Attleboro for reasons known to all George Kenny donates hrs fancy harr do to any underclassman Bob Maher leay es to yorn Pat Ldward Meade wrlls hrs ham radro talents to Bob Mrller Dayrd Morrarty leayes but hrs shadow R F remarns Wfrllram Mowry departs for the nearest drag strrp Delor Srrors leay es ney er to return as a student Harold Tetreault grants hrs drummrng abrlrtres to any capable Freshma XValter Wrlcock leaw es hrs mathematrcal abrlrty to Rrehard Ereld Larry Roberts leases but would lrke to take a P G course ' I V J ' . . . ' ' ' A J X . T- To . . 4 ,h j - lr " fl ' U ' I S' :ly '- J X S VT' - L' . A. J , 2 ' , ' " re' I J U . J r ea '. - w V I . A Mike Morrell J rr ' fr . - tm!! .A Q ei., . J -L..-. J..,..T...-.- . , .,r,.,Y,,.,.,..,..... ,.., ,. . . ,,, , ..,..,..,,.,,,a-,,.,.,....,,,-. ....- . ..,., LEADERSHIP This is the group that participated in the second Leadership Training program pro- vided by the Chamber of Commerce of the Attleboros. ln the group, left to right, start- ing with the front row, are: Rachel Chaloux, Madeline Vigorito, Judy Capodanno, Judith Gilmore, who was secretaryg Robert Pond and David Mohr of the faculty, Dereth Issler, Donna Dagosta, Elaine Phillips and Barbara Fowler. Second row: Nancy Miramont, Barbara Allen, Cecile Mercure, Barbara Whalen, Angeline Beauchamp, Gloria Wilson, Cynthia Bartlett, Marcia Bergevine and Phylis Fetzer. Third row: Carole Carrozza, Bar- bara Vandal, Carole Bishop, Carole Lovell, Maryanne Hanlon, Nancy Codding, Carol MacDuff, Carolyn England and Josephine Scholz. Fourth row: Robert Daggett, Peter Gemeninhardt, who served as the chairman for the seriesg Eleanor Kandarian, Lawrence Cook, John Belham and Joel Bastow. ,IUNIUR YEAR 1953-1856 filass of-l-ltirs ACYIYIFICQ Bob Boutli.irdf-Pm iiiltfff ffiizsffr Prf-W liitlv C'.11aoil.iniio Ifu' Pm mini! l5,.w9t.'ff.:.'i C'V'ir'cfi iff laik II.1stm.in-f-fI'ri,:imtr' 54-YNY RNA" C .irolvn Pitlxeriiiy -5'iizt!,:r"3' Sfzifxt 11.114 f-H11 Dame l'..'7fei'iQ Slwiz Sports l5ffffi'!1.zilf---slick Valade, Rich Irving, Ray Frazier, Frank Dorothy, Bob Bouthard, Tim Rioux, Ted Hart, Bob Maher l3.ii1i!!1.:H Tim Rioux, Bob Daggett Iii tfuff- Ted Corbett, Don Nault, Tim Rioux, Ray Frazier QC,n'1'i'j l3.:vh'!!1.:ff' -Judy Cgipodanrio, Linda Benetti, Caro Foster, Georgina Griswold, Carole Bishop Judy Gilmore, Gloria XVilson Sff!,f'.'!:.:,'ffLynne Hemmingsen, Donna Dagosta, Janis Mc SENIOR YEAR 1956-1957 Class Officers Bob Boutliard--Preiidwzl Clirol Foster' f--Vita PI'U.lilijz.IIl 'laik Fastiii.ii147'n'.z,i1zfer lo Stliolz-Sffrefizry Sports Lean, Georgina Griswold Activities Pigyiiiz Hopi' Tlzimlf igirjzig Dimre C'lu'i,i'fmi1i Diime Swijfn' Prfwz SL'l1jfl!' Play Senior PXL'flH'f.'.li Iffffilbizff C.1p1.4jm-Ray Frazier and Rich Irving F ffff Kbiifff-Tini Rioux, Bob Bouchard, Ted Hart, Ted Corbett, Jack Valade, Frank Dorothy H: ?i!f1.1ffff'Bob Daggett, Tim Rioux, jack Andrews l3.iii'biz!!---fI'iin Rioux, jack Andrews, Ted Corbett, Ray Fraz- ICI' Chnnleizdir.r-HEAD, Rachel Chalouxg Marlene Dias, Judy Capadanno, Donna Anderson, Donna Dagosta Ilmw fllajvreffef-HEAD, Barbara XVhalen, Barbara Van- dal, Barbara Fowler Dr!!! Team Head-Carol Lovell Student Countil Bob D.iggett-Pmfricfezzl Rathel Ch.iloux-- ,Siecrefarg Peter Gemeinhardt Tim Rioux-Sergmzzt-zz!-Amir Carole Bishop Ow e ve 4 W Wx 41 4 LQQ hiv 'W-.. M1514 'sv J 5 1: ame P in :nv 1525 sign? 0.1. W A-140' P90119 MW! as .vm K'W R 4 aw Jn ww if Mwukfmmw fk Q apr av MW wwf' A was xii? 'il 'L iff'-22? w 'ilrnllllllvm WWI' MW 2 wma' il gwwmwia A-if in, ' 'xn ftw M-Zin Ham? 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A 1 ,fi IEEL N. . 3 Wh if ,521 'WI E5 ' AM 'f 'j ' H ' 1 4 .Q 1 f .A As we look with our special spectacles focused on the future we see some very inter estxng pictures jack E and his band appear nightly at the Waldorf Astoria Rae has decided to stay in the Marines and now she and Rab are commanding officers C amp Lejune Barbara A and Ray have now taken over Franklin Hardware We see Donna A in hcr own home piled up with Ray s laundry We re told that Sandra A has had four office positions during her secretarial career Ben A is now charging 32 75 for a haircut oe B has found a top position in Metals and Controls as a draftsman ean B is now in Chicago working for Sports Illustrated I mally Cynthia B gave in and accepted a hubby For the first time in history a charge of more than 15 volts has been sent through the human body joel B is still trying to get up Angie B has now inherited her father s chicken coop ohn B is now back at N A H S sponsoring our annual science fair Linda B has returned to North and has opened her own nursery school Marcia B had two ambitions to be a retailer and catch herself a man she has successfully filled both Now photographing Gina Lollobrigida is shy Doug B Carole B is now awaiting Ray s retirement plan from the Navy to be issued Our successful chemist Bob B has now lost his way with women ackie B is now a cure all for Ted s ailments Bev B now has a gold band to match that diamond udy C is now a great skiing champion at North Conway Carole C is now a Hollywood actress surrounded by hundreds of men Nancy C is now secretary to her sports statistician uiet Sue C is now playing a top role in Hollywood Larry C has now a girl of his own Corby has finally decided that he doesn t like work he would rather stay home with Charlie. Rene C. has found a permanent attraction at West Point. Daddy Daggett has passed on his basketball ability to the next generation. Donna G. is still rejoicing at Gil s discharge from the Navy. Elaine D. has just received a telegram informing her of eff s re-enlistment as a 20-year man. Russ D. is an artist for Ladies Home Companion. Rich Desjardins has finally reached his goal: Come in Berlin brought only WARA. Marlene D. and Digger are planning their new home at Beverly Hills. Talkative Bob Dion is now a successful filibusterer in Congress. Irene D. and Paul are now celebrating their ninth wedding anniversary. We find Frank D. peeling potatoes in the kitchen at Fort Devens. Quiet Roger D. is now a professional artist at the Rhode Island School of Design. Dick D. now has a steady job at the New England Paper Money Inc. Carol E. is now a professional nurse at Sturdy s. Carolyn E. is now a prosperous elementary school teacher. The famous Rog. F. is now an electrician for Theofilis Inc. Our own Phyllis F. is now head nurse at the Veterans Hospital. Carole F. has now received her two diplomas-graduate nurse and housewife. We now see Barb F. married, and trying to raise her small family of twenty. Ray F. has finally fulfilled Carole's ambition as man of the house. Don F. has now gone to live with his fellow pygmies in Africa. Larry F. has taken over the lace business. Bob F. is now playing the congo drums in "Ricky Ricardo's Bobaloo Band." Bill G., our class engraver, has now turned to tombstone lettering. JACK AND RAE"S CLASS PROPHECY Q' , J y We see our debutante Gret G IH the socxety section of the New York Tnmes We see Pete G turnmg the keys of has Cadillac to hrs lnttle woman That 1sn t Marcla M we see as a I rench Interpreter IS rt? udy G came home thls weekend to hold one of her annual payama partles Irancns G 15 now a dean at Brown Lfnnersnty GCOYQIUH G is now a sueeessful kindergarten teacher Mary anne durmg her pharmaceutical career has sent three patlents to the hosprtal for obserx atlon We hear that Ted H has made a few mxstakes he argues wnth ackre and trles to take rt out on the sergeant Clark H rs finally com lnced that a Chexy IS a much better car than hrs old Ford We wonder how Rxch I got his new yob on the police force Derry I has now become a dramatre actress 1n Hollywood Nancy IS a happy teacher at Bryant Eleanor K IS now taking ukulele xnstructxons from Arthur Godfrey The length of George K s sxdeburns IS now approachrng that of hxs rival Pat L has just returned from Callforma and was seen drlvmg up Arnold Road rn her new Lmcoln comertnble We see Brenda L more mterested rn hcr boss than her job From force of hablt Carole L gets up at four to mllk the cows Dorls L rs now a famous model of Rogers and Hart Carole M our old tree climber IS now playmg her flute rn Dorsey s Band Bob M has proyed that the qulet boys are the frrst to pop the all rmportant questron Right Pat? Accurate Dorrs M rs now a successful comptometer operator Returmng from Vrrgnma wlth a loaded statlon wagon IS Paula S and Rev We see Del S owner of hrs own auto Reparr Shop Ralph S IS now engmeernng the newly xnvented Tom Thumb Harold T our hugh school drummer 15 now entertamrng the servicemen Stan T has now changed from a chemxst to a meat ball maker Right Madel1ne9 ack V rn a Broadway show rrdes hls brcycle across the stage for Goodyear Now that Barb V and Dupe are a twosome she has no more money for a Dutch treat Madellne V rs now head spaghettr bender ln Stan s Restaurant Conme W our patlent typlst has now fnnally lost her temper Barb W our drum mayor ns swmgmg her baton but rn a reverse drrectron Walt W rs now edltor of the Wrlcox ournal Glorra W IS now the successful wrfe of a mar1ne Rrght RODHICD Pmky Z our class gabber IS part ow ner of the Brook Manor We see Larry R rs st1ll looking for a job Elanne K owns the Attleboro Trust Co Lucky grrl' ack A rs now a Pvt IH the Marmes We see Rlch G IS a modern Menasha ohn S IS now yamtor of Newberry s Francls F rs a famous jockey for Shetland pomes o S followed her mother s footsteps she has a group of thrrd graders Our neatest gxrl ean R stnll mterests all the gay blades Someone told us that Trm R spent sux years as a student teacher rn hnstory Jeanne R IS now manager of the huge Rxnguette s chaln from coast to coast Pat P IS stlll drnxng around town rn a red Olds Bob P strll thnnks hrs Plymouth IS the hottest thmg on four wheels Carol R stnll has a craze for blue sweaters Charlle P IS now an offlce worker as a yournalrst s assrstant Pat O lost her shyness during her nurse s tralnlng The paper offrce at Schofreld s IS well taken care of by Elarne P Helen P has taken oy er the Gas Company It has been sard that Bruce M has the nozsrest car on two wheels Davrd M has yorned hrs brother as a Marme but thrs trme nt was Uncle Sam s rdea For some reason Nancy M has deyeloped an mterest rn musrc especrally accordnon Ceclle M one of our Cl.flClCI1f secretarles IS stxll blushmg Ed M now holds a permanent posrtron rn the Columb1a Radro and TV Servlce The Army has a new enthusiast rn janlee M who has wrltten regularly p y I I ' '- . V T 'V ' Y '- -- - . Y L 3 . , J 1. . V . ' a 4 ' 1 I r , . , J ' ' ' J J ' , . J . , . ,J -, . Y gf . . Y , , , , Y? f 5789 097 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM COIIYIEJQ' of PAWTUCKET TIMES First row: Dick Dupre, Bruce Adair, Don Fontaine, Fred DeMarco, Ted Hart, Mike Morrell, Denny Redding, Rich Irving, Pete Valade, Laurie MacDonald. Second row: Dave Plante, Franz Scholz, Ernie Iaconis, Stan Page, Walt Fawcett, Frank Dorothy, Tim Rioux, Kev Poirier, Jack Valade, joe Scarlatelli, Peter Svendsen, Paul Spadoni. Third row: Max Gould, Paul Doyle, Dale Galasso, Mike Devlin, Peter Kenney, Mike Coyle, joe Germaine, Dale Grant, Neil Harris, Ray Frazier, Ted Corbett, Bob Bouchard, jeff Lambert, john Perkoski, Dan Gaboury, joe Ruggio, Don Reynolds, George Meyer, Roger Beaulieu. Although everyone likes to win, the important factor in all games is the real knowledge of sportsmanship. "Win, lose or draw," the fact that the game has been played well brings the only lasting satisfaction. In life as well as sports it's "how you played" that counts, much more than the final score. ED MARX C oarb P. S. North High-20 Attleboro- O 'Turkey Day Game +4-f Basketball Coach LOU KELLEX li 1 sf Football Coaches MR MARX MR KUMMER MR COGGIO -4 .4 in' on qi? mmffzdgg 9' rc pak ffm Sw? 'W' if gm 5115 "W '24, W' MV kff,3rAA9"'1 4 P' ful - '13 'fl fit: 41 ,aff N NK. W' Aww? . fox.- .,, E.. A4 1- My 35.43 APA M...-I Q ml MA N I ,L ..n, ,fy VB Vlgwixa. ' in is COACH COGGIO CAPTAIN FRAIZER CAPTAIN IRVING COACH MARX Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. NOV NOV FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 22- New Bedford 28f Tolman fnight game KR Canton 13- Middleboro 20m Coyle 27e- Newburyport Bf Mansfield 10- Taunton . 2 3' Attleboro f I I ,S v 1 f ',". X f il ' fe f ' A 4 d 4.1 by 9 'avi 'if 1 I ff -9 1 3 1 , ' .f'- U' r K 41 f A 1 S .J C. ,iii .6 5"-" Q it CN 4- 5 4 Q, s 1' .1 '1 fs LGTS OF ACTIGN TIM BOB DENNY DL KE JACK RALPH J. V. BASKETBALL Bottom: Donald Reynolds, George Meyer, Daniel Gaboury, Alcide Bergeron Walt Fawcett Dale Grant. Top: Ronald Poirier, George Fricker, jeff Lambert, Ward Cotton, Dave Bristol Gerald Dargis jon Wood, jeff Taylor, Ken Najjar. BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Dec. 18- Taunton Dec. 21- Alumni Dec. 28- Pawt. Volce. jan. 2- Taunton Jan. 4- Braintree jan. 8- Pawt. Voke. Jan. - Sacred Heart jan. 15- Taunton jan. 25- Case Jan. 29- Attleboro Feb, 3- Mt. St. Charles Feb. 12- Coyle Feb. i9-- Cumberland Feb. 22- Attleboro Feb. 26- Mt. St. Charles pa x S7 ' 1 x : ij J i 'T' GIRLS BASKETBALL Bottom row Georgma Gnswold Glorra Wnlson judy Gilmore Carol Foster Judy Capodanno Lmda Paqum Linda Benettr Mxddle row jan Hughes Pat Miller Paulrne Rabbrtt Beverly Rego Doris Cox Pat Hukman Miss Mansfxeld Coach Top row Mary Mongeon Carol Veno Jackre Reynolds Ann Durant Susan MacDonald The glrls have had a very fme season thls year m all sports ln whrch they have par tncrpated We congratulate both the players and thexr coach Mlss Ellzabeth Mansfreld who has msprred so many vxctorles on the playing freld Thanks glrls we like the way you play the game ITT I 5 -F N L i 7 Xi wi ' F -H X X :Ii Q1 I Q N .,', ,f,7E, , I F R my ll ":' A -A" A'.i + M , ff 1, ' ' D41 ' J w "' fl' 6 xwvav. V' rf- . ,s J! ,ffgf-I ff V -sf' 194 Wim A- f i' ' W we fr X , ' x ' f 5 E if 'Ag ' 5 , f gi' W2 ' N.,.wf fa Q. 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' - X' ,, 1 3 H ae Q, 3-.ff Q Y 4 S , ?'f M551 Hu f , M "" hull ha. wp- fam fqsfk' I i M an A -Q' ook: WWW I 1, m Lfka v w 'X 'MX I XXX' XV 4.1 'Wm sq.. Z -ih- I0 1-1,290 l "f'f1.. KP CCT H X XXX fffffifz 'wi ,uv ' M' , JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Neil Harris Trea,f1n'er Ann Durant Secrefary Carol Veno Vive Preriderzl X Dennis Redding ,pp-..,r, ., Preiridezzl A ,- W 1 , ' A uma, 1 , SOP!-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Kevin Poirier Preridezzl Linda Perkoski Serretary Steve Morse Treafufer Paula Bouchard Vice Prefident FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Dale Grant Treafurer Anne Loring S6ff6fl1fJ' Bruce Grimaldi Prefident Barbara Codding Vire Preridenl A fn CLASS OF '58 First row: Jane St. Pierre, Arlene Davis, Janet Dargis, Rosalie Noviello, Carol Morrell, Janice Car- penter, Helen Ferns, Harriet Worden, Ann Durant, Dennis Redding, Carol Veno, Neil Harris Laurie Sherman, Eileen Tiftickjian, Patricia Hickman, Judith Chace, Doris Cox, Rhoda Hoffman Marion McLean, June Gariepy. Second row: Sarah Ennis, Ann Petti, Beverly Gobin, Judith Nardelli. Cynthia Langlois, Janet Pre court. Mae Theofilis, Linda Paquin, Patricia Picchi, Carlene MacDonald, Dianne Beaupre, Judith Babbitt, Catherine Gallant, Doris Simpson. Judith Fisher, Janice Eastman Lorraine Doble, Jacquelyn Reynolds, Susan MacDonald, Mary Milot. Third row: Warren Fawcett, Robert Miller, Herbert Whittemore, James MacDonald, Alan Hillman Jo Ann Charron, Pauline Rabbitt, Jean Vfojciechowslci, Beverly Dezotell, Shirley Mathews, Judith Miramont, Constance Field, Judith Cornell, Ronald Mann, Lee Gale, Kenneth Najjar, Jeff Suther land, David Plante, Ernest Iaconis. Fourth row: Homer Shepard, Albert Auty, Lawrence Roberts, Michael Dupelle, Peter McNeil, Ross Asher, Charles Azarian, Stanley Page, John Balut, Jack Cotter, Robert Armour, Daniel Reynolds Ronald Poirier, John Croke, Henry Desautels, Jon Wood, George Friclcer, Richard Schreiner Franz Scholz. Fifth row: Kenneth Hillman, Paul Coogan, David McMorrow, Joel Franklin, Robert Cauger, George Bourgeois, David Darling, Fred DeMarco, Roger Dupre, Joseph Scarlatelli, Richard Lincoln, Richard Howard. Laurie MacDonald, Michael Coyle, Richard Linnekin, David Rollins, Michael Morrell, Bruce Adair. ..,,, E ?'5??" s CLASS OF '59 First row: Mary Mungeon, Joanne St. Lawrence, Maryjane Trepanier, Diane Dockety, Verona Pres- ton, Pauline Grenon, Lorraine Rainville, Nancy Gariepy, Kevin Poirier, Linda Perkoski, Stephen Morse, Beverly Shearer, Eveline Sirois, Judy Sutherland, Susan Gates, Lucille Paquette, Linda Foss, Patricia Semple, Patricia Colletto. Second row: Richard Field, Martin Stankard, Roberta Kelly, Brenda White, Claire Gaudreau, Mary Ann Chizook, Joyce Rosa. Sandra Sarazin, Carol Sarazin, Judith Precourt, Katherine Emmett. Gail Rand, Janet Tingley, Barbara Strycharz, Kathleen Van Dusen, Carol Richards, Robert Gillespie, Maxwell Gould. Third row: Douglas McLean, John Creed, Robert Larsen, Robert Malony, Jane Laporte, Betty Lou Elderkin, Gail Skinner, Eileen Dupelle, Doris Evans, Lois Emerson, Judith Goodwin, Claudette Ouimet, Paul Flammand, Jay Hobson, Leo La Rochelle, Robert Fothergill, Richard Narkiewicz. Fourth row: Robert Saulnier, Philip Quarnstrom, Peter Guimond, Kenneth Pickering, Mason Picker- ing, Philip Schoeninger, Raymond La Plante, Peter Bankowski, Larry Pitts, Charles Henry, Toni Lori, John S. Perry,'Cameron Forbes, Francis Devlin, John O'Connell, Gordon Ware, Robert Lyons, Robert Golden. Fifth row: John Dunn, John Patterson, Philip Spencer, Avery Kirby, Richard Malinowski. Donald Hansen, Richard Plante, John Perry, Russell Rousseau, Dante Lombardi, Donald Perkoslci, Richard Lovell, Joseph Wiley, Ward Cotton, Brian Phippen, Robert Robinson, Peter Swenson. CLASS GF '59 First row: jan Hughes, Kendra Brown, Marie Norteman, Nancy johnson, Martha McLean. Maxine MacDonald, Kevin Poirier, Paula Bouchard, Linda Perkoski, Steve Morse, Betty O'Leary, Nancy Nerney, Lila Lillian, Pat Guise, Paula Armstrong, Derry Swenson. Second row: Helen jewett, janet Carlstrom, Beverly Rego, Sandra Skolski, Rosemary Mullen, judy Van Beaver, Beverly Shaunessy, Patricia Miller, Cynthia Stack, Carol Vincent, Dorothy Adinolfi janet MacDuff, Sandra Stanford, Carolyn Wilkie, Linda Hill, Linda Iaccuzi Patricia Heroux Third row: Robert Bibeau, Paul Bouchard, Leo Bergeron, joe Germaine, john McQweeny, Betty Morris, Margaret Cash, Rosalind Hillman, Audrey Bagley, Ralph Boyle. Bruce Buckley, Bill Ar mell, Henry Bellanger. Fourth row: Bert NX'ells. Robert Skawinski, Pete Valade, Armand Champaign, john Riccard, William Skit, Robert Cleveland, Walt Fawcett. Wfayne Burtchell, Artner Chase. CLASS GF ,6Ov First row: Priscilla Valentine, Dorothy Whittemore, Joyce Ferrerra, Jean Fuller, Joan Fontaine, Nancy Poirier, Joan Plath, Sandra Durand, Shiela Robinson, Barbara Waugh, 'Patricia Theodore, Nancy Dargis, Alice Flamand, Flora Ringuette, Beverly Tyler, Mary Swiech, Louise Suvall, Judy Sarazin, Carol DeGrafft, Jean Reynolds. Second row: Carol Mason, Judy Langton, Marcia Hanson, Sharon Field, Shirley Fied, Virginia Rose, Bets Gallant Ann Trima, Janet Spadoni, Judy Clavett, Rosemary Dupras, Phyllis St. Pierre, Y , Dolores Gaudreau, Dolores Precourt, Carol Sheldon, Sheila Forrest, Linda Gould, Carol Gaudette, Deanna Dohring, Judy Gracie, Gerylyn Gehring. Third row: Albert Pinsonnault, Sam Smith, David Fuller, Elizabeth Gayton, Adele Corrigan, Betty R Beverl Fowler, Carolee Osterholm, Lynn Rainville, Jacqueline Fobert, Penelope Guimond, oss, y Deborah Hart, Carol Evans, Susan Williams, Sandra Fournier, Judy Rusler, Marie Stanley, Maureen Feeney, Edna Watson, David Searles, Billy Sweet. Fourth row: David Sirois, Leslie Swift, Raymond Vandette, Donald Fied, Richard Sumner, Ronald Plante, Mike Devlin, Joe Ruggio, Gordon Stoetz, Gardner Pickering, Warren Forbes, Albert Ferns, Daniel Gabory, Dale Galasso, Henry Plante, Brian Daly. Fifth row: Alan Desilets, David Reynolds, John Fenton, Lanny Sirois, Alden Gardner, Chester Van- der Pyl, Edward Smith, Dale Grant, Jerrard Flamand, Dale Gaudette, Bruce Grimaldi, Alfred George, Raymond Salois, Jeffery Lambert, Frank Slade, Camille Davignon, Clinton Ferguson, l S d ' Gerald Dodges, Donald Rey- Raymond Connelly, Jeffery Taylor, Steven Grzenda, Pau pa om, nolds, John Swearingen, John Shea, Elton Fisher. ffl:'f'. 2 ' - CLASS OF ,60 First row: April Mayer, Derrith Lewis, Pauline Champagne, Susan Payette, Doreen Hoffman, Sue Alix, Agnes Alix, Barbara Codding, Connie Murray, Patricia Parker, Mary Nolan, Maureen Feeney, Lillian Lockhart Hope Krauskop Kathleen Collins Sandra Morell Sheila MacDonald Susan Ka y v - , y Y, Lynda Jepson, Lila LaPlante, Carole Cerrone. Second row: Kathy Horan, Irene Miller, Arlene Landry, Branda Carlstrom, Mary Bourgeois, Shirley Hopkins, Nancy Ilkowitz, Margaret Colvin, Barbara Bean, Judy Cassidy, Virginia Chase, Donna McMahon, Sandra McKeon, Julia Clark, Judy Cleary, Carol Levesque, Arlene Babbitt, Sue Kieltyka, Joan Jette, Claire Hayes. Third row: Stephen Issler, David LeFort, Jimmy Barbieri, Norman Jolicoeur, Robert Brunelli, Bruce Magnan, Joan Langille, Jean LeCompte, Madelyn Bergeron, Rita Monast, Betty Holden, Norma Jette, Anne Loring, Christene Oberg, Mary James, Russell Norman, Alcide Bergeron, George Meyer, Russell LeFort, Thomas Kane, Donald Langel, Thomas Johnson, Fourth row: Richard Kenney, Howard Carpenter, Edward Perry, Gerald Carrier, Rodney Nash, Ed- ward Mann, Joe Carr, Ronald Bishop, Dick LeStage, Jerry O'Connell, Robert LaTremouille, Paul Bourbeau, Carl Beety, Harry LaRose, Robert Cook, Dale Bartlett, David Bourbeau, Raymond Baril, David Levesque, Joseph Miconi, Edward Hyland. Fifth row: Tom Lorden, Roy Jacobs, Daniel Carmichael, John Perkoski, Pete Kenney, Stanson Nimiroski, Herman Arns, Ross Parquette, Kenny Bristol, Donald Pesce, Robert Landry, Robert Bliss, Douglas Jones, Mark Perreault, Robert Hiltz, William Laliberte, Jack Nash, Alan Bliek, John Bellavance, Curtis Nelson. .-3-:YW ffw14"ff fi 31" 1 . , H Q 5 egg ,. Q, , H 4 www' 'Q -405 li. E. Q :izxxm 1 1 l Kg: 'fa L 42' 'Y U. 0- H534 , '36 ,,., 1 I' .S M,...--"x.- uw, f fb 55? 5 in .tl Illllll --- Illilll 'Ill lllllll :ll illill' -LII llllll: 'I '?" lllllll ' 'llllll lllllll I I I I ' ' QW! llll-I 1 1 '. -. ' .1 , sg- " X , jll ll A-nn ,Eli-,,ip e- Wx v-an llum tum film 'Um un 'I ,ilf '?p I sxgx 5.5. f.Mi?r:Q1S'Qf- K1 , 5-who iiby Physins Iffgzrrer mul More Ifigfnw Nlfv f .4 Q buh x Y? 'E Homc Nursing Lozmg Cafe e 1? 3 f Q 4 T93 X, ' 7 4 6 gi 4 A I I MQ Q . r , ,, 1 ' 0 , 8 v ", 1 al' 1 I Q5 Fa , f W. f 2 Si, .4 3 Q X x Q. 'wings' 7 ' lil fl Oo 'Q -1 g JF., . ,J K4 Nl- mfww f fi 3 N. X. si 'Q f 4,,,wA sfij? ls' 4 1 5 P. -nv? W f' "f-U YN! 'T A F l L ,""A if--Gi" MR ROBERT PRENDERGAST GUIDANCE Through the doors of the guidance office, at one time or another, pass the nicest people we know, students of N. A. H. S Sometimes they come for material on schools, sometimes at the request of their teachers or parents, often just to "talk Always they come away feeling that the world really isn't such a bad place and that Mr. Prendergast really is one person "who understands Since our guidance department has been established, the students feel that there is a "court of appeal" and somehow the word gets around that the guidance office is really "the place to go" when you have a problem. f"'x 'fs 'Sl 'TQ L " ' 1 qw, 1' , 'Y - l X....s6' Z X. ,! X rl xx X 1 3. 1 . X, if f' 5 Y Wzw.,mwfrrr r CQUSTODIANS Charles Hebner, Fred luuuontrxgnu, Stanley Mgdcjovvxlqi lf", did" Ll fNCQHRO0M STAFF hlrs. Robertson, Mrs. Costiglzru, Mm. Hill, Mrs. Phlppcn, Mr. lhrtlutl, Mrs, Slmuucwy We 1 rl ,I 4 o Leaving school wsu'-' BUS DRIVERS Willie Fontaine, john McCarthy, Ray Baril il A M 'U f'5xk X fy 601 f Z 10 8509? 00 5304-' 10 00 SL Wm awww Xl 44? X 4 ' CI I 57 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION I898 I957 Congra+uIa+Ions +o I'I1e ass o I9 Qlizqifpilj f ima msn comwmv C7 Q7VD I i inn.. -...ri or fa ? 4 xx' 1 CD DOYLE CARPET COMPANY FklM ran in, ass. L G BALFOUR COMPANY CLASS RINGS AND PINS PERSONAL CARDS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLUB INSIGNIA DIPLOMAS MEMORIAL PLAQUES Representative MR THOMAS F GALVIN AHIeboro Office "Known Wherever There Are Schools and CoIIeges'I Congra+ula+ions +o +he Class of I957 SCHOFIELD HARDWARE COMPANY ATTLEBORO NORTH ATTLEBORO 'iw SAW' SEAN The Attlebofoughs Sw X--O 5 r LY nuruu H SAVIIIGS BIIIK START SAVING FOR A BRIGHTER FUTURE TODAY A l I I ' I I 9 N- MAIN STREET 48 N. WASHINGTON STREET 14- 'Y' px " A' " Y- 5 L4 . 4'-545 ' 1- ' I l l' 'A ' I if fwlyg-, ,V - 5 - f' W V,--53, A As, 7 , l In na' f 7 3 1 ug Y o , 5 ' , 1 I . , , . I' I - -A O , T i, .T T Tg..1! ,T 1 . T: , - i414 A Hours: 9:00 on 3:00 Hours: 9:00 fo 3:00 Wednesday Evenings day enings 3:00 To 6:00 5:00 0 8: +W C pl + f W H RILEYGSON Bes ishes From THE MASON BOX COMPANY FETZER 81 CLEARY BUS COMPANY C g +l+ + + f 57 FETZER S GARAGE Congra+ula1'ions +o 'Phe Class of I957 on ra ua ions o he Class o I9 I CompIimenI's of THE BISHOP COMPANY, INC. and PAYE 81 BAKER MFG. CO. FRANK HOLBROOK INSURANCE HORTON ANGELL COMPANY JOE CURTIS REAL ESTATE My 94487 N +h A++! b M CompIimen+s of ll ll Nor+I1 WasI1ing+on Sfreef . or e oro, ass. V H BLACKINTON 81 CO INC H' b JOLLY CHOLLY ICE CREAM CHAR co BROILED HAMBURGERS MARGARET M CURTIS My 5 948I Off + THE RELIABLE NEWS BUREAU My 59019 CREED ROSARY COMPANY Q O I' I A Ie oro Falls, Mass. Rouie I Nor+h A'H'Ieboro. Mass. 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