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

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ATTLEBOP THE NORTHERN LIGHT 1960 Se«Uc ' t4 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL NORTH ATTLEBORO . . . MASSACHUSETTS I Your vibrant personality and leadership have been an inspiration to us. To show our appreciation for all the many ways you have helped us, we dedicate our yearbook to you. 4 We are proud of having been able to serve our class as Editors of the yearbook. We would like to thank both the Administration and Faculty of N.A.H.S. for their wonderful co-operation and help. We hope they will have fond memories of the class of ’ 60 . H CLUB STAFF, ART STAFF, ART EDITORS Joe Micorii, Ross Paquette, Dorothy Whittemore, Doreen Hoffman, Claire Hayes, Beverly Wash- bum, Nancy Dargis, Linda Jepson, Mary Nolan, Sue Payette. Carol De Graft, John Swearingen, Alden Garden- er, Jane Cinq Mars. Hope Krauskop, Jon Rickard SPORTS STAFF, PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF, I PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORS F Albert Pinsonnault Leslie Swift Alan Bleik Bev Hall, Carol Gaudette, Judy Cleary, Suzanne Alix, Judith Gracie, Joan Plath, Jtinet Spadoni, Bob Cook, Robert Everton, Howard Carpenter, Dan Carmichael, Tom Johnson, Edward Hyland, Richard Sumner, John Shea, Judith Rusler, Fred Grumbach, Virginia Rose, Rod Nash, Nancy Poirier. Skip Nimiroski Barbara Codding 7 LITERARY STAFF, TALKING PAGE STAFF, TALKING PAGE EDITORS s BUSINESS STAFF, TYPING STAFF, TYPING EDITORS Judy Langton, Ann Trima, Arline Landry, Edna Watson, Maureen Feeney, Liz Gayton. Flora Ringuette, Rosemary Dupras, Carol Shel- don, Julie Clark, Phillis St. Pierre, Kathy Collins. Phyllis St. Pierre, Kathy Collins 9 CIRCULATION EDITORS, CIRCULATION STAFF, BUSINESS MANAGERS Maureen Feeney Liz Gayton Dale Galasso, Sandy Fournier, Nancy Savard, Alan Desilets, Gary Le Blanc, Joan Fontaine, Connie Mur- ray, Sandy Morrell, Sheila MacDoi d, Robert Bru- nelli, Jerry Carriere, Bob Bliss, Ed Smith, Lanny Sirois, Peggy Colvin, Jean Reynolds, Maureen Phip- pen, Nancy Leary, George Meyer, Mike Devlin, Dan Gaboury, Dale Gaudette, Louise Suvall, Deanna Dohr- ing, Pat Theodore, Mary James, Barbara Waugh, Debbie Hart, Henry Plante, Sue Kieltyka, Marcia Hanson, Warren Forbes, Judith Cassidy, Agnes Alix, Adele Corrigan, Sandy McKeon. Dale Galasso Sandy Fournier i ' V Mrs. Jane Caldwell Secretary Mrs. Ruth Cobum Secretary Mrs. Mildred Christianson Mrs. Mary Jane Beaupre Secretary to Principal 15 RICHARD L. BRASSAR D Problems of Democracy DONALD S. BRAYTON JR English CEQL A. BEAUPRE English JOHN J. BEVILAQUA French JENNIE M. ANGUS Home Economics fire CR FRONT ©000®0»®« ooooooooo OOO0OOOC 09000 ( 7 r5»3 LOUISE E. DUDLEY Typing and Stenography MARY E. ERVING English and ALICE M. HALL FREDERICK F. HORAN Qvics and Typing Shop DONALD A. GIRARD General Science 18 PAUL G. KELLEY Math and English LOUIS D. KELLEY Gym MRS. ELIZABETH INGRAM Cooking WILLIAM C. KUMMER Science JOSEPH D. KENNEY Mechanical Drawing EDWARD H. MARX Biology and Chemistry MRS. MARY A. McGIVNEY English, French, and German EDWARD L. MEADE Social Studies MRS. MARGARET E. LALIBERTE Bookkeeping and Typing EUZABETH A. MANSFIELD Gym THOMAS R. LEEDHAM Latin and Elnglish MYRON REIMER Civics, Science, and Math MISS MARIE J. SCANLIN English ALFRED J. SLOWE Chemistry MISS MARY F. TALTY Bookkeeping and Office Practice MRS. RUTH M. WADDICOR English MRS. ESTHER E. HODGES History AGNES LIONA ALIX Ag — Looking ahead to the future we see you as an efficient secretary. With your determination we konw you will surely succeed. Best of Luck! Band 2 Glee Club 1 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Science Club 1 BARBARA ANN AUGAT Augie — Working in the Superintendent’s office has helped you prepare for your teaching career. With your love for ath- letics, you ' ll make some Dodger a great wife. Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cap and Yearbook 4 Driver Training 3 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Stafr SUZANNE ALINE ALIX Sue — Keep that friendly smile and dis- position. As a private secretary we’re sure you will be in great demand. Band 2 Glee Club 1 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Science Club HERMAN ARNS Sonny — We always seem to find you talk- ing with the guys and flirting with the girls, however, a draftsman’s life will calm you down. Yearbook 4 Dance Band 1, 2, 3 Committees 4 Musical Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 I HOM JAMES R. BARBIERI Jim — North High’s walking encyclopedia on cars. “If it won’t go, chrome it,’’ is your philosophy. A future sailor, sure to be a successful mechanic. Yearbook 4 Driver Training 3 RAYMOND BARIL Ricky — We usually look for you in the News Bureau! Stay in the right circles, fulfill your desire to go to college and be successful! Science Club 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Senior Play Committee 4 BARBARA JOAN BEAN Barb — in you, we find an amiable, sin- cere friend, always willing to act as our unpaid chauffeur. We look forward to reading your first best-seller. Badminton 2 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Committees 3, 4 Yearbook 4 CARL BEETY JR. Beat — An enterprising member of our class. Boy, do you love those cars! You promise to be a success at whatever you attempt. Football 2 Yearbook 4 Science Fair 2, 3 JOHN PAUL BELLA VANCE Big J. B. — -You’re our class comedian, always smiling! We like your personality and your penchant for flowers! Luck in the Air Force! Science Fair 1, 2, 3 Committees 4 Yearbook 4 Science Club 1 ALCIDE ALFRED BERGERON Snooky — We know that “sports” is your middle name and with your gift of “gab” you’ll talk your way into a pro-football position. Yearbook 4 Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 OO.M 27 MADELEINE THERESA BERGERON Madeleine — Your best asset is a fine sense of humor. Since no one is better suited for it, your ambition to be a sec- retary will be realized. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 4 Committees 3 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 RONALD ADELARD BISHOP Bish — A sense of humor and a friendly way sums you up perfectly. Never forget your friends and all the time you’ve spent in the library! Science Club 1 Student Council 1 Prom Committees 3 Yearbook 4 4ntc itcccUC ART ALAN WELLS BLIEK Alan — If you are as persistent in your ambition to be an architect as you are in kidding Bob B., we are sure you wOl succeed. Science Fair 2, 4 Science Club 2 Yearlx)ok 4 ROBERT CAMERON BLISS Bolr — Your favorite saying, “Prove it,” betrays the factual mind necessary to the good chemist. Your determination will assure your success. All Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 KENNETH W. BRISTOL Moose — One of the “boys.” To make lots of money is your ambition. We predict that making money and breaking hearts will keep you quite busy. Boys’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Student Council 2 Senior Play Committee 4 28 ttcCutecC DANIEL ARTHUR CARMICHEL Hogi — You ' re our most inquisitive senior with the noble ambition “to understand people.” With your sharp mind you’ll go far. Good Luck, Hoge.” Seience Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 ROBERT F. BRUNELLI Bruno — As manager you have helped our athletic department. Your pep and en- thusiasm will bring you success in your chosen vocation, automotive mechanic. Teams Manager 2, 3, 4 Football 1 Band 3, 4 Yearbook 4 BRENDA CARLSTROM Bren — “Hi, Susie” — you’re quiet yet clever. We can always find you at Jolly Cholly’s. We know you will be a great success as a secretary. Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 HOWARD CARPENTER Howie — Although you spend most of your extra hours trapping, we know that you’ll take time out for college and be- come a great leader! Yearbook 4 Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Committees 4 GERARD CARRIERE Gerry — We think of you as tall, good looking and ambitious. Your future, we predict, will include four successful years at Providence College! Yearbook 4 Science Club 1, 2 Football 1 Committees 4 29 JUDITH ANN CASSIDY Judy — You’re Carnegie’s friendly clerk — but “our Judy.” We will always remem- ber your bobbing curls and laughing eyes. We predict happiness of the “Mrs.” variety. Bowling 2 Glee Qub 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 VIRGINIA LEE CHACE Ginny — By working in the Guidance Of- fice you have become interested in archi- tecture. We see you designing Elvis’ fu- ture home in a brown decor ! A Cappella 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Usher 1, 2, 3, 4 Musical Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 PAULINE CHAMPAGNE Paul — Why do your hair and face turn redder in Mr. Kelley’s study? Being the sole owner of Art’s and a physical thera- pist also, you will be busy. Musical Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook 4 CHEMISTRY. ff- f JANE MARY CINQ-MARS Janie — One of the cutest girls of the class, you’ll make a wonderful airline stewardess. Always found in that White Plymouth? St. Mary’s, Taunton 1, 2 Girls’ Sports 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Red Cap 4 Variety Show 3, 4 JULIA A. CLARK Juli — Neat and attractive, we are sure these qualifications will assist you in ob- taining a fine position in the business world. Best of Luck! Yearbook 4 30 JUDITH ANN CLAVETTE Judy — Memories of you include week- ends at Wesleyan, questions concerning assignments, and a quick intelligence which will certainly nominate you, “Teacher of the Year.” Music 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Driver Training 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Red Cap 3, 4 JUDITH ANN CLEARY Judy — You stand out in a crowd! Red hair; freckles; a broad smUe! We pre- dict that as a Navy nurse you’ll sail to Hawaii! Yearbook 4 Committees Bowling 2 Badminton 2 Driver Training 4 BARBARA ANN CODDING Bop — The girl with the “Smiling Heart.” You’re a friend to all — wiUing and help- ful. We know you will realize your am- bition by being a dedicated Physical Therapist. All Musical Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 A Capi ella 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3 Yearbook 4 KATHLEEN MARIE COLLINS Cathy — Your friendliness will help you become a good secretary. With all the practice you get working after school you are sure to succeed. Good Luck! Girls’ S rts 2, 3, 4 Graduation Flower Girl 3 Music Activities 1, 2, 3 Usher; Variety Show — Senior Play Student Council MARGARET ELLEN COLVIN Peggy — Your wonderful sense of humor is a big asset to our school. Well liked, we’re sure you’ll make a great dietitian. Bowling 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Office 3, 4 Science Fair 1 31 RAYMOND FRANCIS CONNELLY Ray — Always laughin’ always having fun, as Irish as they come. Ray, with your charm and good looks you’re bound for the star of success. Christmas Pageant 2 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 ROBERT EARL COOK Sam — You always have a good word for everyone. AR your efforts in math wUl pay off when you enter college and be- come a top marine biologist. Yearbook 4 Committees Science Fair 1, 4 Basketball 1 TYPINlc ADELE LEE CORRIGAN Del — Your desire to travel has sparked your decision to be an airline stewardess. We’re positive your amiable personality wiU help you achieve this goal. Bowling 2, 3 Softball 2 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 IRENE COUPE Irene — Our beatnick fanatic! The girl with the contagious smile and laugh. Keep that friendly attitude always and you’re bound to be a success in life. Bowling 4 Red Cap 4 Yearbook 4 GERALD PAUL DARGIS Jerry — Quite serious but also fun-loving. Always found on the football field, prac- I ticing. You’U succeed in whatever you I attempt. j Yearbook Co-Editor 4 ' Student Council 2, 4 | Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 iCLASS NANCY DARGIS Nancy — -“For crying out loud” are you always in the Del? A real cute blond with a wonderful personality. Predict you’ll make a terrific “Private Secretary.” Bowling 3, 4 Science Fair 1, 2 Yearbook 4 Badminton 3 PRISCILLA JEAN DAVIS Pris — You’re always friendly and ready to help. Keep your winning ways and you’re bound to succeed in your chosen field — Advertising. General Chorus 1 Student Council 3 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Art Qub 4 CAROL ANN DeGRAFT Carol — You’ll be remembered for your musical talent, so you are usually found in the band room. It will be an easy change from music notes to boss’s notes. All Music 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 All-State Chorus 4 P.T.A. Speaking Contest 2 ALAN L. DESILETS Des — We’ll remember your vivid imagina- tion as well as your good looks. These qualities will undoubtedly help you in the field of drafting. Good Luck, Des! Yearbook 4 FRANCIS PATRICK DEVLIN Frank — One of the friendliest of the class. You’ve given everyone a laugh with your stories of P.J. party crashing. We know you’ll be a success. Yearbook 4 Science Qub 1 Chritsmas Scenery 2, 3, 4 33 4%e- MICHAEL DEVLIN Spike — “Do unto others as they do to you, only do it first” describes you per- fectly. Sports enthusiast, terrific person- ality, wiU be a successful barber! Basketball 1, 2, 3 Football 1 Yearbook 4 DEANNA DOLORES DOHRING D. D. — On weekends you’re usually found in Attleboro using your friendly charm on one of its inhabitants. As a dental receptionist, you will “draw trade” for sure! Student Coimcil Alternate 1 .Office 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Science Fair 1 G)nunittees 1 ROSEMARY JOAN DUPRAS Rosemary — Although you’re quiet you will be a fine secretary because you are sincere and willing to work. Remember, in future years, those shorthand classes! Glee Qub 1, 2, 3 Usher 4 Ck)ncessions 3 Sp ring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 1 PROBLEM! 0 CAROL ANN EVANS Carol — A friendly girl destined to be a wonderful housewife. We’ll remember both your black Ford and your philoso- phy “What they don’t know won’t hurt them.” Food Sale 1, 2 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Home Economics School Yearbook 4 ROBERT ALAN EVERTON Bob — We will remember you for your wit and your speed on the track. We predict you’U break many records in your college career, along with many hearts! Yearbook 4 Committees 4 Boys’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Red Cap 4 34 2cie tcc€td ? MAUREEN MARY FEENEY Moe — With your business ability you’re sure to become a bank president. When you are, please remember the “babes’ and the fun you had in school. Honor Society 3, Secretary 4 Student Council 3, Treasurer 4 Majorette 3, 4 A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 DONALD ALLEN FEID Duck — One of the liveliest members of ’60. You have an answer for everything and wishes to become a professional hockey player. Good Luck! Bands 1, 2, 3 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 Yearbook 4 JOHN ROBERT FENTON John — You’re quiet but you have per- sonality. You’re also handsome and a very aggressive worker at Fuller Box Co. We know you’ll become a famous mil- lionaire. Boys’ S]x rts 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Dance Committee 2, 3 ' |f democracy I CLINTON BLISS FERGUSON Ferg — During your four years here you have gained many friends. We usually find you spreading the word at the News Bureau. Success to you! Science Fair Yearbook 4 Science Qub 3 JOYCE WINIFRED FERREIRA Joyce — A curly-hadred blonde, you have always been well-liked for your friendly personality. We predict a successful fu- ture as a secretary. Band 2 Science Fair 2 Art Club 4 Senior Play 4 Committees 3 35 SHARON FIELD Winnie — With your cheery friendliness and willingness to assist we know you will achieve your ambition — “success through helping others.” Yearbook 4 A Cappella 3, 4 ELTON B. EISHER Fish — You get along with everyone, which means you have a friendly per- sonality. In the Air Force you’ll be a mechanic! Best of luck! Variety Show 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 4 GERALD FLAMAND Gerry — Maybe you’ll be an optician? You know a great deal about eye glasses! Although you are quiet you really enjoy life! Good luck! Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Band 1 Science Fair 1, 2 JOAN LESLIE FONTAINE Joanie — Your exquisite tastes will bring you success in interiar decoration. We will remember your work in the office when you become famous. Girls’ Sports 2, 3, 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Majorette 4 Red Cap 2, 3, 4 CAMERON S. EORBES Scott — You’re the fun-loving type, very congenial and a good sprinter in track. We konw you will be a successful print- er. Football 4 Track 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Band 1, 2 36 utcC o tuyviocu 0 WARREN EARLE FORBES Warren — You’ve slipped through high school noiselessly, but you left your mark on the track field. Any bank would be proud to have you as president. Track 2, 3 Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook 4 SHEILA DIANNE FORREST Sheila — You are original and adventur- ous. With these traits we’re sure that you’ll win the Pulitzer Prize for the best play of the year. Color Guard 3 Senior Play 4 Variety Show 2, 3 Art Club 4 Driver Training 4 SANDRA MARIE FOURNIER Sandy — One of our terrific majorettes. If you do as well in business, you are bound to succeed. As you would say, “Lots of Luck.” Girls’ Sports 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Drill Team 1, 2 Majorette 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 DAVID GEORGE FULLER Dave — Full of fun and laughter. Your magnetic charms will lead you to many friends. As an airforce man you’ll “knock ’em dead.” Science Activities 1 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Music 1 Sports 1, 2 Yearbook 4 JEANNE ANN FULLER Jeanne — . cute brunette, we ' ll remem- ber you for your gay personality and liveliness. Your congeniality plus these assets will send you flying high on the airlines. Honor Society 3, 4 Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Usher 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 37 DANIEL GABOURY Dan — A great guy who is always found with the boys in Joe’s car or at Jolly Cholly’s. Success in business is sure! Yearbook 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 DALE EDWARD GALASSO Dale — Best known for your achievements on the gridiron, we know your success will continue after you leave N.A.H.S. We shall remember your friendliness. Boys’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Co-Captain 4 Class Treasurer 3 Yearbook 4 Betsy — “Let a smile be your umbrella” is your philosophy. Your congeniality, enthusiasm, and charm will certainly bring you to the rescue of a top execu- tive in America. Committees Glee Qub 1 Usher 4 Yearbook 4 V.O.D. Contest ELIZABETH GALLANT LUNCll Tl ALDEN RALPH GARDNER Alden — Although you are a bit bashful at times, we know that you’ll be a great success as a psychologist. Keep up the good work. Yearbook 4 Basketball 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Science Qub 3 CAROL ANN GAUDETTE Carol — You want to be a hairdresser, but we think you’ll work a switchboard and “keep talking” on the phone! Suc- cess in whatever you undertake! Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Red Cap 4 Music Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 38 ccttef DALE ARTHUR GUADETTE Big Daddy — Your ambition to be a heavy machinery operator will be fulfilled if you stay away from Jolly’s! Your Ford has been an asset to the “guys.” Football 1, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3 DOLORES FLORENCE GAUDREAU Goodie — Our ' terrific head majorette ! What would our P.J. parties be without you stamping on our heads? Never a dull moment with your lively personality! Senior Play Class Gifts Red Cap and Yearbook 4 Head Majorette 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 ELIZABETH ANN GAYTON Liz — One of our good students! You’re sure to be a great legal secretary. Your “Well, Honestly” will be remembered by all your friends! “Good Luck!” Girls’ Sports 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Majorette 4 Music Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 ALFRED GEORGE JR. A1 — It’s part of your friendly and gen- erous nature to always be willing to help your friends and class. You’ll be great in the Air Force! Yearbook Staff 4 Christmas Decorator 1, 2, 3 Intramural Sports 1, 2 Driver Training 4 LINDA LEE GOULD Linda — Though you seem quiet your friendly personality and cheerful smile are a real part of the class of ’60. Best of luck for the future. Yearbook 4 39 JUDITH ANN GRACIE Judi — Your vivacious, bubbling personal- ity has added so much to our class. We wish you well on the road to success, but not on the road to Attleboro. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 1. 2, 3, 4 All Music 1, 2, 3. 4 Yearbook 4 JOHN BERNARD GRIMALDI John — You want to make lots of money and we think you will. We still predict that we will see your car on Fisher Street in future years. Boys’ Sports 1, 3, 4 Science Club 1 Committees 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Intramural Basketball 3, 4 StucUf ! FRIEDRICH GRUMBACH Fred — Although you were only with us a short time, you will be remembered for your friendly smile and pleasant dis- position. Good luck in everything! Cumberland High 1, 2, 4 Glee Club 1, 2 STEPHEN ANTHONY GRZENDA Steve — You are one of our most brilliant students. We know you will attain your goal as a medical doctor. We’ll remember your accordion and basketball skill. Science Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 National Honor Society 3, 4 Basketball 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Yearbook 4 BEVERLY ANN HALL Bev — Though a new pupil you’ve won many friends at North High. We are certain that you’ll be a wonderfully successful member of the nursing pro- fession. Future Teachers 3 Lifesaving 3 Girls’ Intramurals 3, 4 Yearbook 4 40 MARCIA ELAINE HANSON Marsh — Cheerful — willing to help in any way possible. You will always be reward- ed with many lasting friends. We pre- dict — success awaiting you at Bergdorf- Goodman. Science Club 1 Drill Team 1, 2 Color Guard 3, 4 Student Council 2, 4 .Music 1, 2, 3, 4 DEBORAH JEAN HART Debbie — Your cheerfulness will make you the ideal secretary. We predict you’ll marry the “boss’s” son within your first year at the office. Softball 2 Basketball 2 Glee Club 2 Science Fair 3 Yearbook 4 CLAIRE JANET HAYES Hazel — With your artistic talents you’ll be our pet hairdresser and, more impor- tant, Bob’s favorite too. “Miss Hayes sets world’s styles” read the headlines of 1961! Yearbook 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Team 1, 2, 3 -Music 1, 2, 3 Senior Play 4 CHARLES R. HENRY Chuck — Tall, quiet and easy going — The class of ' 60 wants to wish you the very- best of luck in whatever you attempt in life. Science Club 2 Yearbook 4 ROBERT WILLIAM HILTZ Boll — The Air Force will be your career. Your talent for mechanics and conscien- tious work will bring you success. N.A.H.S. will miss you. Band 1, 2, 3 Orchestra 1, 2, 3 Danceband 1, 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Science Fair 1 41 DOREEN HOFEMAN Doreen — Keep talking — you’ll get that millionaire! We see you in beautiful clothes, and a beautiful home, still chat- ting to your old North High friends. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Art Club 4 Driver Training 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Usher 3, 4 SHIRLEY MAY HOPKINS Shirl — We’ll always remember you for your quiet helpful ways and ready smile. We know your future third grade pupils will adore you! Future Teachers’ Club 2 Driver Training 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Usherette 4 CATHERINE VERONICA HORAN Katy — The “wit of the Irish” describe you. Hard working, sincere and friendly, ' , we know you wiU be an addition to W.A.F.S. Yearbook 4 Pep Club 3, 4 Red Cap 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 Girls’ Sports 2, 4 OSMAND P. HORTON Butch — A future farmer, you are indi- spensable at Sayles Dairy and to the class of ’60 also. We envy your inex- haustible energy and your good nature! Baseball 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 4 } EDWARD BERNARD HYLAND Ed — Your amiable personality wiU help win you success as a civil engfneer. Keep up the good work as meat cutter for the Falls Shopping Center. Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Audio-Visual Club 3, 4 Committees 0 MARY JAMES Mary — Beautiful red hair and freckles point to a wild temper, but you’re the exception. Prediction “Housewife of the year” aided by Jolly ChoUy’s kitchen. Variety Show 2 Basketball 1, 2 • Driver Training 4 Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 NANCY ELAINE ILKOWITZ Nance — Our tall and graceful brunette! Your friendly smile and individual ways will be a great asset to you in fulfilling your ambition as a secretary. Science Fair 1 Variety Show 2 Yearbook 4 Committee 4 Driver Training 4 GEORGIANA JAMES Georgie — A warm and friendly smile for everyone. You’re a familiar sight at New- berry’s. Wedding bells are sure to be in the future. We predict the best of every- thing! Sports 3, 4 Senior Play Usher 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Red Cap 4 Yearbook 4 MARY LINDA JEPSON Lin — After a couple of years in Junior College, Lin, we’re sure your future in merchandising will be realized and mar- riage won’t be far behind! Variety Show 1 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Pep Club 3 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 THOMAS WILLIAM JOHNSON Tom — Our future dentist! Now often found at St. Mary’s Basketball Court. You have our best wishes for success. Senior Play 4 Track 3, 4 Audio-Visual Qub 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3 Ham Club 1, 2 43 0€te cutcC Doug — A fine sense of humor plus good sportsmanship. Usually found on upper Metcalf Road. Best wishes for a happy future in the Air Force. Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Christmas Decorations 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 BASIC bUSAfM MEKEUITH KAY Susie — “You Cy!” Our wittiest, frie est girl. We know your ambition to be a successful journalist will be realized. A long, happy life is in store for you. A Cappella 2, 3, 4 Student Council 4 Band 2, 3 Variety Show 3, 4 Art Club 4 RICHARD LUKE KENNEY Luke — A quiet member of ’60, you have a great sense of humor! Your plans for an engineering career will succeed. Good Luck, Luke. Yearbook 4 Committees 4 Science Fair 1 Boys’ Intramurals 3, 4 SUZANNE VIVIAN KIELTYKA Sue — With your winning personality, you will be a wonderful hairdresser. Don’t ever lose that terrific smile, be- cause you’ll need charm for such a job. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1 Bowling 2, 3 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 HOPE KRAUSKOP Hopey — Your friendly smile wiU long be remembered at N.A.H.S. and at your favorite after school spot — Reeves. You | will be happy because you wish to be. Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Music Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 j Senior Play 4 Red Cap and Yearbook 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3; 4 j r I 44 MATH ARLENE CAROL LANDRY Arlene — Our girl wrestling fan! We al- ways know where you’ll be on Saturday afternoon! You’ll be a fine hairdresser and a good wife! Yearbook 4 Bowling 3, 4 Science Fair 1 Driver Training 4 ROBERT EDWARD LANDRY Bob — A “Hot Rod” specialist — mention “drag strip” and you’re off! We believe you’ll be the best automobile mechanic in the Air Force. Luck to you! Student CouncU 1 Ticket Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 2, 3 Science Fair 3 Football Manager 2 JUDITH ANN LANGTON Jute — Our attractive “Miss Beatnik ’59.” You’re “way out” — especially to that cer- tain someone. When you enter nursing we predict hospital attendance will rise. Yearbook 4 Glee Qub 1, 2, 3 Usher 3 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Senior Play Prop. 4 Bill — You’re usually found at Jolly Chol- ly’s dishing out that lucious pizza! You r ambition to be a heavy equipment oper- ator will be realized we’re sure! Yearbook 4 Music Review 1 Science Fair 1 Band 1 Jeff— Your warm personality and gen- uine understanding predict success in your chosen profession — medicine. We’ll never forget your brilliant record as a student and athlete. All Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 3, 4 Qass Treasurer 4 Red Cap 4 WILLIAM LALIBERTE JEFFERY LAMBERT LILA GAIL LaPLANTE Lila — With your pep and sparkling per- sonality you’re sure to be a successful nurse. Sick patients will recover quickly when you’re training! BasketbaU 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 JEANNE MARIE LeCOMPTE Jeannie — -Your pet saying “League stuff’ ’ really describes you. Stay as friendly and sweet as you are, and you can’t miss as a medical secretary. Music 1, 2, 3, 4 Cheerleader 2, 4 Qass Secretary 2 Red Cap 3, 4 Girls’ Sports NANCY ELLEN LEARY Nancy — A cheerful gal with a neat ap- pearance and friendly smile for everyone. With these qualities how can you help but be a successful hairdresser? Red Cap Collector 1 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Concessions 3 Bowling Team 2 GARY LeBLANC Gary — We know you are quiet but we have discovered a sense of humor also. We predict success and good fortune for you. Yearbook 4 MATH 1 ' CECILE RITA LECOURS CeU — This cheerful Miss who is found at the Bright Top is sure to be happy doing, anything. For her we predict a p rosperous and happy future. Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Pep Club 2 Science Fair 1 46 RUSSEL LE PORTE Russ — Your pleasant, sincere personality has made you well-liked by all at N.A.H.S. With these assets your future will shine with success. Yearbook 4 ANNE McLEAN LORING Annie — Always on the go, an tisset to any school. Your aim to be a teacher is overshadowed by our prediction you’ll be Harvard’s favorite cheerleader. Cheerleader 3, 4 Qass Officer 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 3 Red Cap 2, 3, 4 RICHARD HARRISON LOVELL Dick — Your ready wit is a help on “Re- I)ort Card Thursdays.” We admire your National Guard record and think you’ll be a fine draftsman. Track 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 3, 4 THOMAS EDWARD LORDEN Tom — “Making more than Grimaldi” is your ambition. A real leader from whom we expect great things! We predict suc- cess at college. Boys’ Sports — Track Captain 4 Student Council — President 4 Honor Society — President 4 Variety Show 3, 4 Boys’ State 3 DERRITH ANN LEWIS Derry — With your charm and willing- ness to help, you can’t escape success! We see the town’s cutest nurse arriving at the hospital in a light blue converti- ble. Red Cap Co-Editor 4 Drum Majorette 4 Qass Secretary 4 Variety Show 1, 2 3, 4 Glee Qub 1, 2, 5, 4 - i ROBERT LYONS Bob — We don’t see much of you at school, but know we can always find you at the “Stop and Shop.” Best of Luck! Yearbook 4 SHEILA MacDONALD Torch — With a vivid charm to match your bright red hair we’ll remember you as one of the personalities of ’60 — friend- ly and interesting. Red Cap Co-Editor 4 Girls’ Spwrts 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Student CouncU 4 WORLD BRUCE MAGNAN Bruce — Although you are on the quiet side, it is true that you really enjoy life. We’re sure that your future will be hap- py and successful. Yearbook 4 ALBERT MARTINEAU A1 — A quiet and easy going sort of guy. We want to wish you the best of luck in your hopes of becoming a civil en- gineer. Yearbook 4 APRIL ROSALIE MAYER Ape — Friendliness plus devoted service mark your four years at N.A.H.S. As a cheerleader you’re delightful and your congenial ways have won you many last- ing friends. Class Vice President 4 Cheerleading 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 i GEORGE ROBERT MEYER Rab — Always found on the basketball court. We hope that you succeed in be- coming your own boss. We know a lot of girls, though, who have other ideas. Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1 Variety Show 3, 4 Red Cap 4 JOSEPH FRANCIS MICONI Joe — A dash of music, a friendly smile, a “hi!” to everybody; mixed with your great personality and a ride in your Dad’s Galaxy, spells success! Student Council Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Assistant Art Editor: Red Cap and Year- book Science Fair 1 RITA MONAST Rita — A quiet girl with an ambition to travel. We hope that your wish will come true and that you succeed in all you attempt! Yearbook 4 Basketball 2, 3 Bowling 3 G.A.A. 2 Intramurals 4 SANDRA ANN McKEON Sandy — Your twinkling eyes and tapping toes will pave your road to success. Good luck to you in the future as a dancing teacher. Drill Team 1 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 DONNA MARIE McMAHON Don — Wedding bells will soon ring to make your ambition “to be a good house- wife” come true. We wish you all the happiness in the world. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Drill Team 1, 2, 3 Color Guard Captain 3 Debating Club 2 4 lunc€t; SANDRA MORRELL Sandy — If you don’t fulfill your ambi- tion to be happy we’ll be surprised! We’ll remember your favorite ex-“Holy suffer- ing cow” and your gay smile always! Driver Training 4 Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 3,4 CONSTANCE ANN MURRAY Coni — “Hi Lady” will echo through our halls all summer, while you’re checking out Jolly’s. Your quick wit and terrific personality qualify you for success as an airline stewardess. Yearbook Staff 4 Student Council 2 Red Cap Collector 1, 2, 3, 4 Graduation Usher 3 Senior Play Prop Manager 4 HOME Ml RICHARD NARKIEWICZ Dick — You are interested in old cars and you certainly understand them! We pre- dict you’ll manage your own garage soon! Good luck! Yearbook 4 RODNEY CHARLES NASH Rod — As a student, you are a credit to our school. We predict you’ll push back many frontiers. Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Photography Staff 4 Usher, National Honor Society 3 Audio-Visual Club 4 CURTIS PETER NELSON Nels — “To be a success” is the ambition of this friendly classmate. Your drive will ultimately lead you to what you desire. Yearbook 4 Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Audio-Visual Club 4 50 I “TfCe ctt STANSON GREG NIMIROSKI Skip — You’re an ambitious boy with a great talent for music. Although you plan to become an electronic engineer, keep up the “sax” lessons, too. Yearbook 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Honor Society 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Mass. All-State Band IVIARY LOUISE NOLAN Mares — A sweet face belies your lively nature! With your friendly personality and consideration. for others you can be sure of success as a nurse. Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Committees 3, 4 RUSSELL NORNAM Russ — We know you plan to be an ac- countant. We’ll remember your help in many phases of school life. Best of luck. Yearbook Staff 4 Science Fair 2 Committees 3, 4 CHRISTINE CAROLE OBERG Tina — “Yea Soo” — with all your talent your ambition to go to Mass. School of Art should come true! We predict you will be a really great artist! Yearbook — Co-Editor in Chief 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 2 Drill Team Usher Variety Show 3 JOHN O’CONNELL Jack — Happy-go-lucky and friendly! We’re sure that you’ll enjoy life. Perhaps as a salesman because you can talk fast. Yearbook Staff 4 NURSING I 51 cCcut ROSS ALEXANDER PAQUETTE “Ross” — You are congenial and have a sense of humor which has won for you many friends. We predict a bright fu- ture in accounting. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 FootbaH 1 Committees 3 Yearbook Staff 4 SUSAN PAYETTE Sue — Always fun-loving and gay. We are sure that these traits plus your natural ability will make you a superb art teacher — adored by your students. Basketball 1, 2, 3 Student Council 3 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Training 3 JOHN JOSEPH PERKOSKI John — With your special talent fOr mak- ing touchdowns, you will probably be voted All-American. You will always have friends because you yourself are friendly and cheerful. Treasurer 2 MC Variety Show 3 Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4 Class President 3, 4 Boys’ State MARK DAVID PERREAULT Reault — “Oh, my goodness” we just know you’ll make the best ichthyologist! What- ever may happen don’t ever give up that hat ! Band 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Senior Play 4 Science Fair 4 Committees 3, 4 CHARLES EDWARD PERRY Ed — A future electrician who is really “swingin’ dad,” when he’s “cutting up” in his rumpus worn. Your wonderful sense of humor will bring you happiness! Driver Education 4 Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 52 Co. cCe cCcu MAUREEN ELENA PHIPPEN Moe — Fondly known to your classmates as Moe. Your ambition is to work as a secretary. We can tell you’re around whenever we hear “Oh, Yea.” Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 Softball 2, 3 ALBERT ROGER PINSONNAULT Pancho — Your escapades are famous, as is your infectious smile. With your great sense of bumor and ability to get along with others, you are sure to achieve success. Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 1, 3, 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 Honor Society Usher 3 Yearbook 4 HENRY PLANTE JR. Hank — A very good student and friend, you have the best wishes of the class of ’60- for your career in pharmacy! Keep ■those pills moving! Science Club 1 Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Track Team 3, 4 Audio-Visual 4 RONALD EUGENE PLANTE Gus — As’“Aunt Flora” in our senior play, you were the greatest! We know you’ll succeed as a physicist. Good luck! All Science Activities 1, 2, 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Yearbook 4 Honor Society 3, 4 Driver Training 4 JOAN FRANCES PLATH Joanie — If you’ll just get off the phone long enough, we’re sure that your friendly smile will win you the best secretarial position ever! Drill Team 2 Driver Training 2 Student Council 3, 4 Office 1, 2 Science Fair 1 ICH HI 53 NANCY POIRIER Nan — A cute classmate with a sparkling personality. You made a striking Color- guard Head. As an airline stewardess or housewife you will be tops. Colorguard 3, 4, Head 4 Drill Team 1, 2 Office Work 1, 2, 3 Photography Staff 4 Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4 JEROME SOLOMON RAND Jerry — With your experience at Bren- nan’s, you will be a top-notch pharmacist. Usually found in the Phys. Ed. office, you’re always willing to lend a helping hand! Basketball Manager 4 Baseball 3, 4 Yearbook 4 ! BOYS’ :(5 ' - DAVID JAMES REYNOLDS Dave — Your likeable manner has made you a wonderful classmate. Your success in college will be assured both by your real ability and sincere effort. Football 2, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 2, 3, 4 Student Council 1, 3 Variety Show 3 JEAN MARGARET REYNOLDS Jeanie — You’re found “with the gang” wherever they go and hope to become a secretary. Your greatest asset is your happy smile. Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 Driver Education 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 Musical Organizations 1, 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 JONATHAN SHAW RICKARD Jon — Visual arts entre preneur extraordi- nary! We know your ambition to own a 1949 MGTC in “mint” condition will come true! Best of luck at Mass. Art. Yearbook Art Co-Editor 4 Red Cap 3, 4 Senior Play 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 P.T.A. Speaking Contest 2, 4 GYM FLORA PAULINE RINGUETTE Flo — It’s easy to see with your cheery ways you will always be well liked. Keep up your typing speed, it will lead to success. Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3 Music, Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 Girls’ Bowling 1, 2, 3 Yearbool ' (4 - o SHEILA ROBINSON Sheil — You’re usually going places in your new blue Cbevy. Yet to choose a career, we know you will succeed in whatever you select — Happy Days! Yearbook 4 Office 2, 3, 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Bowling 1, 2 Usher 1 VIRGINIA FRANCES ROSE Ginny — Always bubbling with laughter and gaiety. ou will certainly be an asset to T.W.A. Our prediction — a large happy family for you. Drill Team 1, 2 Majorette 3 Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Music 1, 2, 3 ELIZABETH ANN ROSS Betty — We’ll remember your friendly manner, your good looks and your posi- tion at Jack and Harry’s. Success as a future V.I.P. for Neiman Marcus! Drill Team 1, 2 Color Guard 3 Glee Club and Music Festival Student Council 2, 3 Yearbook 4 JOSEPH PATRICK RUGGIO Joe — Friendly, athletic, all around “league guy!” You divide your time between Spruce Street and Jolly Cholly’s. We know you’ll achieve your goal and be happy. Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Student Council 2 Variety Show 3 Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Committees 3, 4 55 i JUDY ANN RUSLER Judy — You’re certain to be a wonderful secretary if you can keep away from refrigerators. Seriously, Judy, your vitality and ambition will make you a success. Drill Team 2 Yearbook 4 Dance Committees 3 Student Council 1 Music Festival 1, 2 WALTER EDWARD SANDLAND Walt — You enjoy dancing, cars, and the Air Force, a living example of your proverb “All’s well that ends well.” Yearbook 4 Intramural Wrestling 3 Intramural Basketball 2 Out The Chief — Your headquarters seem to be Room 28. You may be quiet but your personality will assure success in En- gineering. Good Luck! Football 2 Baseball 1, 2, 3 Yearbook Staff 4 Committee 4 RAYMOND R. SALOIS GIRLS’ PATRICIA ANN SALTONSTALL NANCY SAVARD Pat — Working in Di Fiore’s Bakery will surely make you a success as Mrs. Kee- gan. We know your future will be as rewarding as your years at North High. National Honor Society 3, 4 Bowling 2, 3 Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Nan — Talking on the phone is your fav- orite occupation so maybe you’ll be a telephone operator as well as being a lyisy housewife. Yearbook 4 JOHN SHEA Jack — You’ve been a good friend and outstanding member of our class. We know your future will be happy because you’ll make it so. Yearbook 4 CAROL ANN SHELDON Carol — You may be quiet most of the time, but will you shout when Rick con- gratulates you as a successful secretary. Hope you like your job. Yearbook Typing Staff 4 Driver Training 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1 GYM DAVID SIROIS Beaver — Although mechanical engineer- ing is your ambition we think that as practically a year-round resident of “Jolly Cholly’s,’’ you should be a partner at least ! Driver Training 4 Yearbook 4 Ham Club 2 LANNY SIROIS Lanny — Your ambition is to be an ac- countant for a big firm in New York. As a patron of Jolly Cholly’s you appreciate the “good things.” Audio-’Visual 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Fair 1 Football 1 Yearbook 4 Driver Training 4 JOHN STEPHEN SKAWINSKI Jack — You’re very popular, what the girls refer to as a “League Guy!” With your looks and intelligence you’ll find success probably in accounting. Yearbook 4 Intramural Wrestling 2 Intramural Basketball 2, 3 Committee 4 57 Cuft ! JANET ROSEMARIE SPADOP Spagett — Your happy-go-lucky ways will stay with you as a teacher and wife. We predict that your charming personality will always keep everyone happy. Majorette 3 Student Council 4 Variety Show 2, 3, 4 Committees 2, 3, 4 Girls’ Sports 2, 3, 4 FRANK R. SLADE Frank — A familiar face at Jolly Cholly’s. Always willing to lend a helping hand, “Ask what ye shall” really describes vour generosity. Good luck in radio. Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 4 Intramural Basketball 1, 2 Intramural Wrestling 3, 4 EDWARD SMITH Eddie — You have a friendly manner and a real nice smile. We ' ll remember you as one person who never let things “get” him. Keep cheerful ! Yearbook 4 I I I i PAUL JOHN SPADONT Paul — A great athlete, a handsome guy, with personality plus; all these features will help you to be the first millionaire of the class of ' 60. Good Luck! Football 1, 2. 3, 4 Track 3. 4 Driver Training 2 Yearbook: Captain 4 Science Fair 1, 2 PHYLLIS MARIE ST. PIERRE Phyl — Cool, unflustered and efficient- all these and honor roll marks besides! The future must hold something very special for all your talents we’re sure! Yearbook — Typing, Co-Editor 4 Girls’ Sports 1 Band 3. 4 Music Festival 3 RICHARD EARNEST SUMNER Dick — You aspire to be a chemioal en- gineer. Your perseverance will definitely aid you to achieve your goal. Many suc- cesses are sure to come your way. Science Fair 1, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Student Council Representative Usher 3 58 Occn- LOUISE SANDRA SUV ALL Louise — Rome, Paris, London — you’ll see them all, touring the world in your pink and white Lincoln. We predict you’ll probably complete your circling in Paw- tucket. Glee Club 1 Usherette 2 Spring Concert 1, 3 Yearbook 4 JOHN LOUIS SWEARINGER JR. John — You have been one of our most outstanding students. Your friendliness and knowledge of electronics will make you a successful electrical engineer. Dance Band and Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4 Science Club 1, 4 Audio-Visual Club 1, 4 Science Fair 1, 2. 4 Yearbook 4 MARY CATHRINE SWITCH Mary — A girl with tremendous musical ability! Your helpfulness has gained you many friends and will aid you as a fu- ture secretary. Drill Team 1, 2 Yearbook 4 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 LESLIE SWIFT Les — A quiet hard-working fellow, who believes “You learn by doing’’ will at- tend R. 1. School of Design and become a commercial artist. Yearbook Staff 4 Driver Training 4 JEFFERY WAYNE TAYLOR Jeff — Your friendly ways and aU ' letic ability will win for you the title, “The most amiable and efficient state trooper of 1%1.’’ What a success! Student Council 4 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Football 4 Yearbook 4 PATRICIA ANN THEODORE Pat — Your warmth and charm will make you a pleasing housewife. So much of your time is spent in Mansfield someone extra special must live there! Dance Committees 2, 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Glee Club 2 •Music Revue 2 Variety Show 4 59 ANN BARBARA TRIMA Ann — Your quiet efficiency will prove valuable as you enter the world of busi- ness. We’ll remember your friendliness and bappy smile. Student Council 1, 2 Science Fair 1, 2 Cake Sale 1 Usherette 2 Business Staff — Yearbook 4 BEVERLY WASHBURN Bev — We know you will attain your de- sire to be a success in life if you keep your cheerful ways and artistic interests. Good Luck! Glee Club 2, 3, 4 Spring Concert 2, 3, 4 Yearbook Art Staff 4 Senior Play Costumes 4 Dance Committees 4 EDNA ELLEN WATSON Eddie — Congratulations to the lucky in- dividual who employs you as a private secretary. All the best to a cute, friendly senior, who likes Friday night dances. Glee Club 1 Bowling Team 3, 4 Yearbook 4 Musical Review 2 Variety Show 4 DOROTHY HYDE WHITTEMORE Dottie — Your sparkling personality and light-hearted attitude have won you many friends. We wish you every success in your art career. Driver Training 2 Bowling 2 Variety Show 2 Color Guard 4 Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 BARBARA JANE WAUGH Barb — We’re sure that IBM machines everywhere are postponing all calcula- tions until your ambition — to operate them — comes true. You’ll bring fame to the class of ’60! Band 1, 2 Orchestra 1 Yearbook 4 60 DOING L— S S 0 Hope K R aU8 K O P s The class oP su-t Sa s 50 long- aho oios »f 0 B.TH « 6 rt A -Oie«J . v HEPK’’ Ev - er ow - t c«ll 5 vs ' Nt wau STiti. ? ? -wew-oei? you. J J J I s.n ' J aJ J — -e- s Te ' CHERS IL Have SflPSIH JS m e ' ll be WouK-iHG oh ow R own ' J J « l l And as G«AD- U - A-TioW nears VJE FACIT the world A-LorJb " J) z i j 3 — 1 T _d d d d — it i d iy 0 b =3 SoME-D 4y WE u)«iL all re -turn and view our BW- 5 PasT 1 1 1 m m w d d w • i — X _ M L-O- IZZ Wheni we Have FuL-Pilled our dr£ams at Last OUR Goop - OYE TO OLD north HlfrH 61 Bop and John MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Bob and Jane BEST LINE John and Derry MOST POPULAR Delly and Dave QUIETEST April and Skip BEST LOOKING Goodie and Pancho LIVELIEST Nancy and Jeff SMOOTHEST Katy and Jeff MOST ATHLETIC Judy and Gus SMARTEST Coni and Paul BEST DRESSED Sheila and Tommy CLASS FLIRTS Mary and Bob BEST DANCERS Sue and MOST Ann and Jon MOST AMBITIOUS Lila and Bob CUTEST Judy and Dale BEST ALL AROUND Betsy and Dale MOST BASHFUL Jeanne and Rab MOST CONGENIAI Jave I ALKATIVE Hope and Joe WITTIEST Shirley and Alden ' I Jean and Allen MOST SERIOUS NEATEST j Kisaiv i IQ; W ■HHSk 1 Hk HmSp mSMSkJSmim ' XT- .V 5 OUR The journal of the class of ’60 begins in the misty past of Fresh- man year. Aside from a frightening maze of corridors we remember best our first event, our cake sale. It was, of course, a great success. As we journeyed on into Sophomore year, we were the proud sponsors of the St. Patrick’s Day Dance, a gala “affaire.” At last we are upperclassmen — Juniors. Three major events heralded this year. There were a thousand laughs at the, as usual, spectacularly successful Sadie Hawkins’ Dance. The hit presentation of the year, “Showboat Specialties,” was a sell-out and a lot of fun for all who participated. “Ebbtide,” our Junior Prom, was a dream in different shades of green and a night to remember. Mr Ju. " ' o ■ifis Horn A by co M. P i Wt Soe ■x ' tni irkey Day r • , Grid aa«; High ntEBOflo SCHOOL 3SS C School Wgh THO- ■ ' ‘Webofo • AX -Am. I ' ' :-V JOURNAL But now we are Seniors. It is our turn to sponsor the ever-popular football dances and with our wonderfully successful team they could not help but be a hit. Our Senior Play “Good Night Ladies” dis- played the dramati c talent of some of our classmates and provided hilarious entertainment. “Misty” was the theme of the biggest night of all, the Senior Prom. Blue and silver decorations provided a dream world for all. And now, as we near the end of our journey, comes the grand finale, graduation. As the ritual of the traditional ceremonies is performed, we smile rather sadly remembering the happy days at N.A.H.S. as we set sail for tomorrow. v.v.’ . ' -o- ' ' HlQt o ,eN ' ‘ Op ni 1 V,0 Of ' ' ' ■ ' ..-•■ ■ enecton OHcC Torn f¥o cuieC iUtcC " Dale C occUe cuid, M HcC eu c STUDENT COUNCIL Mary Ann Mulligan, Maureen Brennan, Sue Wood, Gail McDonald, Sheila McDonald, Marcia Sutherland, Anne Richards, Tom Lorden, Maureen Feeney, Marian Smith, Jean Kelley, Ginny Precourt, Skip Nimiroski, April Mayer, Jeff Lambert. HONOR SOCIETY Shirly Hopkins, Liz Gayton, Judy Clavette, Maureen Freeney, Jean Fuller, Sandy Fournier, Warren Forbes, Tom Lorden, Pauline Champagne, Alden Gardner, Skip Nimiroski, Anne Loring, Ronnie Plante, Steve Grezenda. 72 So that’s how it’s done! Coffee Break Darling Aunt Flora! Drafty Oh, my goodness! 75 Candid Ca ' T ' era % ' tr iiilxne$?i i aritP Iwue chewed j ’i caloneSl fftu cc THE r3ANI) MR. CHKISTI. N.SO. Forward, .Marrh! A CAPPELLA CHOIR i DANCE BAND T ORCHESTRA SPORTS EDITORS Barb and Jeff MR. .MARX Coggio and Jeff Mr. Kellv and Tom MR. KU.M.MER Ho ‘feeteers TTattened 24-0 Bv I iibeaten Mansfield North little A r 0 i’ ■: 1 ' : Rockf ' tee noon bel at Comm Explod moinents nuied. Hornets, the Clas • ■’ose con the final The 1 Rocketee yards o through [ailed to portunitj other. A innohlQ flat nacc Avhiph TSlr»rth ; .Ttihrinv 3. he nd Doug eye pass tor two and Stan the five-yard line tor me mirop- touchdown after Mansfield ha recovered a North f ' ” that point in H ' ’ ' ' The tere on a He. the at a foil, player luring ■i!-. ”2 M-s C o » .C u in 6 h T3 WI ' O .5 2 .Bf ' 2 .5 tn o. -uii flj 3 X3 O ■S M I .S 1= 5 § TS 3 Catch S -S c S . D. tn c " O V 4) O fcH -..J nj 5 u c c »’a CO t ’ S o S.O ....i 5 S -c ;ers Down Dartmouth. 8- icores, Galasso Paves Way The high 1 penetrated ith defense the second n for an 8-0 ed audience 1 at Dart- victory was istol County- sixth of the me defeat. 26 later in the period, but again failed to mount a successful aerial attack over the final dis- tance to pay dirt. Two pass in- terceptions by Galasso frus- trated Dartmouth offensives in the second quarter. A series of penalties killed North ' s chances to score again ; clicked on five of 16 aerials fi 35 yards. I Fullback Roger Sylvia ai jhalfback Dave Antunes wei the most effective ballcarrie ;in a generally unimpressi ' ! Dartmouth attack. I The Rocketeers will be bai at Community Field Saturd: 1 ' in the second period and put [for a game with tradition Perkoski’s Long Gallop Conic On! o ne-yard line ■id period to ■| Rocketeer ;ures Rocketeer Win North Attleboro — Johnny P.5,.1, ' g 43.yard touchdown a perfect conversion little Neal Poirier to made the difference Red Rocketeer win Saturday afternoon Fino Field. ' re a sparse crow pt gridiron, th mered it out t ff which wasn ff Lambert in- ration Milford efore game’s period and sprinted 75 ya for an apparent score, but detected stepping outofboui at the North 45. A penalty moments later up the Rocketeer touchdoi Jeff Taylor was molested wh Duntinp. and the infraction p : N.A.H.S und sopho- he quarter- ry Dargis the open- ran the AUie- loss .500 team to register his ninth tou down of the year. The Rocketeers will return Bristol County League act) Saturday when they meet Dei mouth at Dartmouth. The lineups— North Attlebo ends, Taylor, Lorden and H T ---’oert. Spado Side Lines! irtson; guar ithrie; cent Bergeron; backs, Dargis, Poiri Perkoski, Galasso, Reynolds, A lade, Candelet, and Harris. Milford, ends, Abretti, DeVi ' Vajile, and Laquidara; tackl Riavis, Santucci, a 3 pas rayl efere m fieli 1 limii.’ 4) c i! C 3 ■S ® 2 O r« Z 3 o « O tn 3 ♦-» 3 o ■g-o ■2 " £ u g, a, o O.J3 41 P. W 2 WI.-2 2 ’ ■3, c u £ ' C ® o ; 2 ™ CQ U .fourth period oeiui. eteer line pitched a ballcarrier back to the 42 to end the threat. Score Nullified The big thrill of the day for North fans was blighted by an alert official. Dale Galasso col- le ;d fans a carried on o 5 .‘came Tayl ' ; lipe, ar 4 I passii . lerate i titli visitors, j;- Orth ' s d (Bi nnal thr n,i a statue-c ijei] play for 33 yards in tl tn ute of play. atistics placed the tear i SparKs lieeora win North A 50 pitched passes ani carried bri halfback steers trai in a reco! County Le at Fall Riv Scoring against a C( ized foe, i awesome ti ards in t victory in i It was tl: lotched ag oy Luke I dctory No: " ' all River i Though i dctory, se vith brea ' ichievemer ilalasso’s b [oski’s 181 nage, inch ' ng sprint, ' ouchdowns f ' alaccn’i: nasses Sept. Oct. Nov. FOOTBALL SCORES n „ H m P n R e d m e n ards from ;round, with geron, Tom nbert, and ing in espc- statistical ceteers add- nning plays I first downs ickoff only solace touchdown ob Machado i ' ing- North’s lidn’t score charge la ' with his ( ith a Ger. lowns came he first play , Galasso — 1 as a pass- ird bullseye “‘ito Taylor, wno nelded the ball m onH «;cored untouched, {sd a KLplay, 42- latpr by 26 — No. Attleboro 24 Fairhaven 12 3 — No. Attleboro 48 Durfee 6 10 — No. Attleboro 28 New Bed. Yoke 6 17 — No. Attleboro 14 Taunton 0 24 — No. Attleboro 6 Coyle 18 31 — No. Attleboro 8 Milford 6 7 — No. Attleboro 8 Dartmouth 0 14 — No. Attleboro 0 Mansfield 24 25 — No. Attleboro 6 Attleboro 14 Lethargic’ North Cluhl Buries Artisans, 28-6 with a 23-: Lambert oi game. In addit brilliance, several got North Attleboro — Coach Ed 39-yard put iMarx was not 100 per cent sal- quarter. - ' - ' 1 Rocketeers The victory was North’s sec- ond in as many league starts, both away from the home. The club will travel to New Bedford on Saturday for Yoke. The line ends, and Sr t New Bed- day, despite 3ry over the Saix Du» and Mu. and Kehoe, Pavao, Simpson, ... centers, O’Connell J bottom; backs, Sulli - ' •- ' -• ' oi Mach DALE AND JOHN lie teai t ine aerials, five .if tiieiu Duchdowns, and recorded ards through the sky. ' Durfe " filled t 189 to Taylor gave . touchdown late fioui DurfZ lasso to roll up more than 201 yards from scrimmage againsj a burly Artisan line. Perkoski’s trio gave him sil for the season as the Rocketeerl hit the 100 mark for the firsi three games. Jeff Taylor hal ' “ ' stered three times, Jerri Galasso twice each| Tt once, to a fast star! ns, scoring oiT after thl a 1 a s s for thil a susl d earlj with Lima’I jut PerkoskI .ling space witll ,ption and 25-yar(l .sh just before halfl ' Jeither team scored in th(| rd period, but North explodl for two cushion touchdownil convert- 1 in the fourth quarter, one on arl — rH drive climaxed by a 191 dash, the other drive which Per] an eight I Dred the rd peric ! in froj ’ an eigll lowing til 4S-fi Cc au North waited «ague ommu fnoon, ' grogi reviou teers. It wa " usly c( ► ouchde rst tw i: cant n ; nd qu The • - ae tw ‘ raw f( :• moon, roduci ics. FIRST ROW: Football Manager, A1 Pinsonnault; Assistant, Graig Cerrone. SECOND ROW: Don Reynolds, Jeff Taylor, Jeff Lambert, Joe Ruggio, Jerry Dargis, Paul Spadoni, Co-Captain; Dale Galasso, Co-Captain; John Perkoski, Ray Beaupre, A1 Berg- 1 It wa ereon. Bob Guthrie, Tom Lordon. THIRD ROW: Coach, Art Coggio; J.V. Coach, Bill Kummer; Dan Gaboury, George Meyer, i)r two John Robertson, Scott Forbes, John Grimaldi, Ken Bristol, Jack O’Connell, A1 Desilets, Ray Salois, Dale Gaudette, Head Coach, oing f Ed Marx. FOURTH ROW: Ronnie Poirier, Larry Valade, Neil Poirier, Bill Richards, Don Charron, Walter Whalen, Bob Bliss, uring Roger Horton, Gary Candelet, Ronnie Candelet, Art Cloutier, Jack Harris. lings _ _ ■ “ ., ' I ‘ 1 " jonii loiiea a nign puen lo ena raui round duel between Coyle’s] Guthrie, Beaupre and Desilets; ' ob Fioretti and North’s Dale 1 center, Bergeron; backs. Per- to F;| ;rnoon lut victil Attleborl Attlebo f ir, Bristtl , Spadorl nolds, arl BeauprI tndelet, ' j geron arl »is. Perk I lasso, Ha I ards. Bernar j J Sylvi! leubergel s, Cantj ; centel rry, Ro-l is, Lang I Reynolds, med well, nearly five alasso, supplemented by an koski, Galasso, Dargis, Reynolds, jually-good passing contest be- 1 Poirier, Candelet and Valade. veen Coyle’s Bill Hoye rr Somocketeers Whin 1 airh Bernard, who made a spectacu lar catch in the end zone. But the Rocketeers hustled d Revnolds back to resume the lead eight 83 8 0—2 0 0—1 Attlebori , Perkosl Dargis ( yara rusn;. rairnaven, Roderic (17-yard rush),. Bernard (18-yar pass). Points after touchdown North Attleboro, Galasso (2 ski. cials, Pistolese, referee VARSITY 86 GIRLS’ SPORTS i JUNIORS — Lee Carpenter, Phil Tobey, A1 Dapgett, Mary Ellen Mulligan. SOPHOMORES — Alan Cruickshank, Jack Harris Jane Wilson, Gail MacDonald. FRESHMEN — Craig Cerrone, Sandra Tharl, Pete Rickard, Susan Wood. CLASSES Cu4tc(yi4 ROOM 19 ROOM lOA 95 ATTENTION! GLEEFUL MERRIMENT ’! STUDIOUS SENIOR POLYGAMY? A CLASS STATISTICS of “60” CLASS QUOTE: “Have Diploma- Will Succeed!” CLASS COLORS: Red and White CLASS FLOWER: Red Rose WHERE’S CLARENCE ly ' HytiAA- ' u-LA- t y ur” R 5 ' e ■ " ( r 7 c, x.S ' ! dJlXiyn 0‘ 61 s - -TT Tc lU 9 f a 4 ' S ' 1 sJ’ ' - rW j(h -w 9 n. ' L .Ji Derry crowns Jeanne Queen Jeanne Attention, please! Just talking! Round Table! sPMIHniTi Greetings! Queen and Friend and (!c m I Cheek to Cheek ! Table Hopping! Soft Lights — Sweet Music! Johnny G. Pick-ups Pris Gerry Chizook Ed Smith Edna Watson Dottie Whittemore Bev Washburn “Shall” Galasso Lou Ann and Jo Ann Bev and Eddie Judy Peggy and Eddie Spud and Circle Marion Harry Linda Larry Pat and Sonny Cleary the Clops Jerry Howie Pauline and A1 Daniel Carmichael Carl and Paula Ray and Maureen Frank J. B. and Pat Plain Carol L. George and Sue Kurt Ed Sherman Bruce Ryan Kae and Pete Sue and John Mrs. Fontaine Michael Rezza and Daughters Miss Barbara A. Burns Marianne and Jim Pauline Uncle Ralph Celine Doug and Jan Ralph Lockhart Carol Janet Lyn and Duck The Majorettes Goodie Bruce Bod and Claire Moe Trude Bette Angell Barbara Bristol The Cheerleaders Annie Cynthia Carlstrom Goody and Bob Lee Cheetham Betty and John Mary Annie Ralph Beardsworth Joan and Bill Ernest Bourgeois Hoagy Dot Fothergill Betty and Jay Jean Flamand Gail Greenhalgh Denny Hillman Kathy and Doug Sandy Lou Dwyer Bev Coderre John and Nola Jessie Joyce and Dick Pat Suzzanne Roberta Morse Mary Ann McAdams Virginia Mullens Mary McMahon Dick and Linda Fran and Don Bonnie O’Leary Maverick Joe and Bev Corky Peanuts Linda Vandal Bob and Moe Joan West Woody Steve and Marylyn Zeke Jim and Ann Louise Bobbi Ginny Augie Gil and Jane Buzzy and Brenda Lurk Agnes and Moe Judy Linda Claupin Barbara Cochrane Warren Davis Carol Carpenter 106 Irene Desautel Dale Gaudette 0 Rosemary Dupras Debbie Judy Ronnie and Dianna Diane Debbie Lockwood Sha! Ahhhya Moe Feeney Sharyn Adele Corrigan April Mayer Cindy Leary Sandy Fournier Liz Gayton Nancy Larson Sheila and Dick B. L. S. Mary Jane and Bob Dale and Lynne Don and Sandi Ralph and Kathy Carole and Leo The Big Three Kadunk Jeannie Nancy and Ronnie Dave and Sue Nancy and Gary Annette Rapponeau Lil and Don Pole and Camel Penny Robinson Joyce Jackson Cookie and Lou Jan and Butch Cherie LaCasse Elton Dottie Robertson Igloo and Running Bear Gerry Flamand Sarg Louise Meyer Ferege Nola and John Heather and Francis Dr. Wilkens Sunny and Lou Merry Reid’s Appliances Eleanor and Ollie Smoocho Dex John and Kendra Nancy and Jack Howie and Jay Shag, ’61 Gus Johnnie and Frankie Judy and Bob Joe and Lila Alden Hector Russ and Louise Gerry Waltsee Kev Doug and Jan Kathy Rushlow Paul SueK. Torch Joannie John and Joan Roger and Derry Linda Ouellette Tom Johnson Fuzzy Wally Lyn Jepson Joe and May Pete Rickard Shirley Russ Tom Schmit Butch and Jackie Nancy Irene and Dan Bob Hiltz Camel and Pole Betsy Charlie Henry Linda and Gary Scott and Circle Marcia Hanson Sandy Morrell Joan and John Debbie A1 and Kathy Steve Grzenda Ernie and Carol Linda Gould Dr. C. Wilkins Fragus Installation Co Congratulations to the Class of 1960 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1898-1960 d. t ' Sft nt’t Q rt usii ' i’ if for Manufacturers of Leading Fashions In Personal and Home Accessories NORTH AHLEBORO MASSACHUSETTS EVANS CASE CO. DOYLE CARPET COMPANY Franklin, Mass. TOWNE PRESS Commercial Printers Offset Letterpress DONALD F. DOYLE. Proprietor 62 Calvin Rd. NORTH AHLEBORO, MASS. SAYLES DAIRY FARMS iff ARTHUR W. EVANS MABEL M. EVANS Compliments of WEBSTER COMPANY SILVER SMITH FIRESIDE RESTAURANT ORENT BROS. A and M TYDOL Flying " A " RILEY BROS. LUMBER CO. 1 12 DR. D. E. 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