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W ' ) ' r Our high school days are filled witli cherished memories. Some stand out in your mind, such as that important game you wanted so much to win, your first school dance, tlie class parties and picnics, the thrill of being a senior, and that wonderful feel- ing of accomplishment as you see the senior year draw to a close. To help you remember these special moments, we present the theme, “Memories,” for the 1962 yearbook. CONT CTlominisiraiion an cf acufit cS Gfa 1 3 DEDICATION MARIE J. SCANLIN “Receive my instruction and not money; choose knowledge rather than gold. For wisdom is better than all the most precious things; and whatsoever may be desired cannot be compared to it.” — Proverbs 8:10-11 We, the Class of 1962, dedicate our yearbook to you. Miss Scanlin, for effectively teaching us that wisdom is its own reward. 4 EDITORS MARY ANN McADAMS RONALD DWIGHT CLAVETTE We present this yearbook to you with the hope that it will give a true and enjoyable reflection of your high school memories. Thank you sin- cerely for the opportunity and honor of being the 1962 yearbook editors. 5 i ACUITY §cl)nol North Altlrborougb, HaaBarbuaptla £ean A. Sr gaii. principal " MBIORIES " Since igr tenure of office as Principal of North AtUeboro High School, I have had the privilege of witneeaiog the graduation of approxlsately fourteen hundred studenta, and have had the pleaaure of being with aost of those students for a four-year period. Such an experience carries with it asaories of many hundreds of students. Strangely enou , the un- pleasant meaories do not linger for long and instead all that remains is a collection of rosy- ued e periences associated with teex agers. These aesiories convince ae that we need not worry about North Attleboro High School teen-agers of the present day. They are destined to become excellent citizens in the very near future. Leon A. Regan Principal WILLIAM CLARK Kuril] (AtUeborougli cbonlf NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS WILLIAM F. CLARK. : ” MEMORIES ' Memory is the mind’s eye. The pleasures of the senses fade quickly, but those of the taind are ever with us. For the majority of us, our high school years are the happiest of our lives -- a time when the most enduring friendships are made. And as the years pass, your high school memories will grow ever stronger. William F. Clark S q)erlntendent of Schools 9 SCHOOL COMMITTEE Seated, 1. to r.: William F. Clark, Robert H. Rickard. Standing: Thomas Galvin, Elmer N. Riley, Bernard J. Doyle Jr., Walter E. Cavanagh. Missing: Robert G. Funke. The Class of 1962, realizing the vital worth of a high-grade education, wishes to extend its gratitude to the North Attleborough School Committee for the excellent school system. Without the unselfish interest and efforts of the fine citizens who make up the school committee, the high standards of education in the North Attleborough School System would not be possible. WILLIAM F. CLARK Superintendent 10 ROBERT H. RICKARD Chairman ROBERT G. FUNKE Secretary I , I i The door is always open at the guidance office. LYDIA R. SNYDER Guidance Counselor GUIDANCE ROBERT W. PRENDERGAST Guidance Director JENNIE M. ANGUS JOHN J. BEVILAQUA, JR. RICHARD L. BRASSARD Home Economics French Problems of Democracy DONALD S. BRAYTON, JR. English A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops. — Henry Adams ROBERT J. GASTELLO Mathematics ROBERT W. CLARK Mathematics i 1 I I N.A.H.S.— BARBARA A. BURNS French 5 12 FACULTY HELEN 0. CROCKETT Head of Mathematics Department JOSEPHINE DAWSON School Nurse And gladly would he leam and gladly would he teach. — Chaucer LOUISE E. DUDLEY Shorthand, Typing MARY E. ERVING English, Librarian ROGER A. FRECHETTE DONALD A. GIRARD ESTHER GLASSMAN Social Studies Problems of Democracy Art W orld History I N.A.H.S. ALICE M. HALL Typing, Civics THOMAS K. JOY Latin FREDERICK F. HORAN Shop ’T i s education forms the common mind; Just as the twig is bent, the tree’s in- clined. — Pope ELIZABETH INGRAM Home Economics LOUIS D. KELLEY WILLIAM L. KELLY JOSEPH D. KENNEY Physical Education English Mechanical Drawing Director of Athletics 14 i I WILLIAM C. KUMMER Science, Faculty Manager MARGARET E. LALIBERTE Record Keeping, Law, Typing, English ELIZABETH A. MANSFIELD Physical Education 1 Those having torches will pass them on to others. — Plato EDWARD H. MARX Chemistry, Biology, Head of Science Department JANET OLECHNA English. Mathematics EDWARD L. MEADE Geography, Civics FACULTY RALPH W. MICHELSON General Science and Biology Practical Chemistry 15 MYRON REIMER TIMOTHY RIOUX WALTER RUTKOWSKI Science, Mathematics Science, Mathematics Art AMERIGO SAPIENZA MARIE J. SCANLIN DAVID SILVERSTEIN English Head of English German Department ALFRED J. SLOWE MARY F. TALTY RUTH M. WADDICOR Head of Audio-Visual Bookkeeping English Department Office Practice 16 MILDRED CONNOR SECRETARIES JANE CALDWELL 17 KN0UU5 fee««T The Class of 1962 wishes to express its appreciation to Mrs. Crockett and Mr. Bevilaqua, who have both so ably seiwed as the class advisors. Anyone who has gone to them has undoubtedly found them genuinely interested, ready to help, and offering ex- cellent suggestions. We hope they have enjoyed working with our class as much as we have profited from our association with them. Mrs. Crockett and Mr. Bevilaqua, you will both always remain an integral part of our high school memories. ' CLASS ADVISORS 20 NEAL POIRIER MAUREEN BRENNAN ALAN CRUICKSHANK GAIL MacDONALD In behalf of the officers of the class of 1962, I would like to ex- press my gratitude to all for their co-operation. I feel that we have had a successful year due only to the spirit and willingness of the students. As we leave North High, the class shall leave behind the finest thing possible — a reputation of which we may all be proud. Good Luck and Best Wishes to All Alan 2 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS SANDRA ELAINE ALTHENS 18 Lakewood Drive “A kind heart is a fountain of gladness” . . . North High ' s artistic pen . . . loves biology . . . sweet smile . . . most de- pendable girl of the senior class . . . when she laughs she cries. A Cappella Choir 4; Drill Team 4; Glee Club 3; Art Club 3, 4; Yearbook Art Editor 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Art Chairman 3; Variety Show 3; Spring Concert 3. ELIZABETH SIDNEY . NGELL 280 Mount Hope Street ‘ ' Golden are her tresses; sunny is her smile” . . . artistic . . . always on the go, . . . rides in Everetts’ car . . . dedicated jto Rainltow . . . ready smile . . . sensible. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 2, 3. 4; Drill Team 2, 3, Head 4; Art Club 4; Iusic Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Yearbook 4; Radio Club 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3. DONALD WESTON ARMELL 164 Mount Hope Street Happy . . . always kidding . . . never gets upset . . . “Getta loda that golf swing” . . . ‘‘Don” . . . will join the Air Force. THE BEGINNING OF A SENIOR DAY GARY ANTHONY BELASKI 20 Hucklin Street “A true friend and a helper " . . . favorite activity: audio visual club . . . Mr. Slowe’s favorite. Audio Visual Club. RALPH EDWARD BEARDSWORTH Upper High Street “.Sober but not serious, ((uiet but not idle” . . . nicknamed “Uncle” ... a print- er to be. Science Fair 1. RONALD PAUL BERNIER 57 Arnold Road “Courtesy wins women as well as valor " . . . smart dresser . . . “Patch” loves to hunt . . . the “Crow-Hunter” . . . Ralph Brinkworth, Jr. — smack! 1 ! Science Fair; Class Committees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 3; Senior Play 4. .MARY ANNE AZARIAN Walcott Road “Thoughtful, busy, friendly and gay” . . . “Coogie” . . . athletic . . . “Buckwheat " . . . always buys two lunches . . . “Oh, no! " Drill Team 1, 2; Banner Bearer 2; Major- ette 3, 4; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Cappella 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club Pres. 4, Secretary 2; Girls ' Sport 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Office 2. .3, 4; Music Festival 2, 3, 4. “.She enjoys life in a different way.” . . . “Cookie” ... a good friend . . . quiet and content. Driver Training 4. TRUDE EILEEN BEAUCHA.MP 14 Leonard Street typical example of a woman — unpre- dictable.’’ “How to go crazy with 3 easy exams (all in the same day)” . . . bounc- ing and bubbling . . . fast red Ford; heavy foot ... a new diet for every day. Glee Club 1; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; .Senior Play Usher 4; Band 1; Camera Club 3; Art Club 3, 4; French Club 2; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Red Cap Collector 4; Music Festival 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- book 4. LUCILLE EVELYN BERGEVLNE 306 Broadway BETTY JUNE BISHOP 4 Ralph Street “Serious or gay, whichever it may Ite " . . . “Bish” . . . future hairdresser . . . best passenger a car ever had . . . patron of the Millstone. Cake Sale 1; Glee Club 1; Girls’ Bowling 1, 2; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Commit- tees 1, 2, 3, 4; V ariety Show 1, 2. 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Intramural Sports 1, 2. 3. 4; Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. M. UREEN CATHERINE BRENNAN 55 Grant Street “Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves’’ . . . class secretary . . . always willing to help . . . light complexion . . . light heart ... " I mean’’ . . . Many possess happiness; few radiate it. Class Officer. V.P. 1, Sec. 3, 4; Student Council Representative 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; earhook 4; Driver Ed. 4; A Cappella 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Bowling 2. 24 ERNEST CHARLES BOURGEOIS 278 Chestnut Street “Wit is the salt of conversation " . . . natural good humor, natural comedian . . . dedicated fan of NAHS teams — will he ' - come a lawyer — “It’s too cold! " Entertainment Committee 3; Latin Ban- quet 3; Variety Show 3. BARBARA ANN BRISTOL 80 Calvin Road “The mildest manners and gentlest heart” . . . “Jane” . . . golden hair . . . “Oh, no!” . . . her quiet ways belie her pro- found convictions. Glee Club 2; Pep Club 2; Bowling 2; Variety Show Usherette 3; Drill Team 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4. LINDA MARTHA BREED 219 Towne Street “A quiet little maiden with a quiet little | way” . . . explain it again for Linda ... I good dancer . . . “Mona Lisa” smile ... In her every gesture dignity and love. Yearbook Advertising Staff 4; Bowling 2, 4; Office 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Music Festival 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 3. BRUCE EDMUND BROCKWAY 601 Mount Hope Street “Unequaled high jumper” . . . easily palms a basketball ... a gymnast in Chemistry . . . wants to study Forestry. Band 1, 2, 3; Dance Band 1, 2, 3; Bas- ketball 1, 2. 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; German Club 2, 3. WAITING FOR THE BELL “V ' ho in the world locked all our lockers? " GAYLE BUDJINSKI 326 Towne Street " A day in April never came so sweet” ...favorite activity; Softball ... very cau- tious driver . . . Dr. Basil’s prettiest as- sistant will become a dental hygienest. ■Advertising Staff 4; Dance Committees 3, 4. JO.AN MERRIE BURNS 18 Avery Street ‘■.Nothing is impossible to a willing heart” . . . natural curly hair . . . wonderful sense of humor . . . Jonie loves history, hut would rather study it in a warmer climate — namely California. Bellingham .Activities; Office; Commit- tees 3. DIANE EDITH BUTLER 5 Guertin Trailer Court " .A girl more courteous, a disposition more sweet” . . . Minute .Man’s best waitress . . . " Di” loves badminton . . . cute new- comer to North High. HOMEROOM BAND PRACTICE “Early morning serenade?” GARY JOSEPH CANDELET 25 Burden Avenue “Perseverance and audacity usually win” . . . Senior class money-man . . . energy is his middle name ... an outward person- ality — an inward calm ... a leader re- specting individualism. “ ou have wak’d me too soon, I must slumber again” . . . “Hair guy” . . . the only boy in Advanced Biology . . . “Wanna run it?” GERALD PAUL CAMPBELL 39 Peterson Street Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 4; Sci- ence Fair 1, 3; Red Cap 3, 4; Class Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. RONALD JOSEPH CANDELET 25 Burden Avenue “A smile for every guy and two for every girl” . . . happy-go-lucky . . . fun to be with . . . piloting the Candy mobile . . . good cook . . . never seen rushing. Track 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1; Committees- 1, 2, 3, 4; Audio Visual 3; Christmas Pageant 4; Yearbook 4. 26 ANN RUTH CARMICHAEL 139 Jackson Street “A sweet attractive kind of grace” . . . facile with wit and pen . . . affable . . . a twinkle in her eye; a mischievous smile. Committees 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 4; Glee Club 1; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 1, 3, 4. ELEANOR CARPENTER 456 Mendon Road “A quiet smile leaves a good impression” . . . our quietest girl . . . neat as a pin . . . SO nice ... so sweet . . . serious on top — quick wit underneath. Glee Club 1. FREDERICK KENNETH CA. ' WELL May Street ‘Tt is not necessary to understand things, in order to argue about them” . . . fear- less Fred . . . “Officer get me the Police” . . . “That must be wonderful, I don’t un- derstand it at all.” Student Council 1; Alternate 2, 3, 4; Variety Show Committee 3; Senior Play 4; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Year- book 4. 1 JOAN LOUISE CHABOT 194 High .Street MEREDITH ELAINE CHACE 103 Pleasant Street CYNTHIA LEE CHEETHA.M 29 Sumner Street “Happy am I, from care I’m free” . . . “Fingers” . . . her greatest joy was eating all the while . . . neat dresser . . . cute. Glee Club 1; Art Club 4; Bowling Team 3; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4. “Her thoughts, her motions, create an aura of individuality” . . . Merry the “Great Objector” . . . smart and frank . . . “Go to it oh Jazzman” . . . holy sneakers in winter ... an individual always — a con- formist never. Glee Club 1; Bowling 2; Art Club 3, 4; Red Cap 4; Science Fair 1, 3, 4; Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4; Photography Edi- tor; Concessions 3. “Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm” . . . always wins an award in the Sci- ence Fair ... a lively and vibrant school spirit . . . seen rooting for number 60 . . . remembered for her constant trouble with her majorette hat. Drill Team 2, 3; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Glee Club 2; National Honor Society 3, Treasurer 4; Science Club 1; Bowling 2; Student Council 1; Majorette 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; nior Play 4. 27 FLORESE ANN CIANFARANI 130 East Wasliington Street ‘ " Be good sweet maid and let who will be clever " ’ . . . " Flo” . . . beautiful eyes . . . diligent worker in Newberry’s . . . likes Joe . . . endowed with a quantity of reasons, ability, and poise. Committees 2, 3; Bowling 3; Yearbook 4; Driver Training 4. JUNE ANNE CICERONE 115 Metcalf Road " She is modest, ([uiet, and demure ” . . . femininity plus . . . " Her friends she has many, her foes lias she any?” ... an aspiring gymnast . . . dedicated to the serv- ice of the sick. Yearbook 4; . rt Staff; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. JOHN WILLIAM CLARNER 39 David Road " A very faithful worker he” . . . " Harry” . . . quiet worker . . . “Turn on Focus, -Mr. Girard.” RONALD DWIGHT CLAVETTE South Greenwood Lake West " The force of his own merits makes his own way” . . . Enemis opibusque pariti . . . Ralph Brinkworth Sr. . . . active in school affairs . . . yakety-yak . . . little black Sunbeam . . . working for a Ph.D. . .’. the European traveler. Yearbook 3, Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Sen- ior Play 4; Graduation and Reception Usher 3; Music Festival 1; Orchestra 1; Spring Concert 1; Science Club 3; Red Cap 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Camera Club 3, 4; Art Club 3; Roman Banquet Art Director 3; N.C.T.E. Nominee 3, Runner-Up 4. ARTHUR R.AY.MOND CLOUTIER JR. 271 North Washington Street " It is better to play than do nothing” . . . " Ozzie . . . Wizard . . . doesn’t like not being able to smoke . . . plans to enter . ir Force after graduation. Football 1, 2; Track 2. BEVERLY ANN CLOUTIER 960 Mount Hope Street “A sincere friend is a joy to tbe heart” . . . hates crowded lunchrooms . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . pleasing friend. 28 “Decisions, decisions for the General Committee.” JOYCE M. RIE CLOUTIER 110 Arnold Road “Very peppy, full of fun, a good pal to everyone” . . . friendly smile . . . will miss gab sessions between classes . . . hopes to spend her future as a secretary. Science Fair 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Committees 4. BEVERLY A.NNE CODERRE 10.3 Division .Street “What costs the least and does the most is just a pleasant smile” . . . “Bev” . . . devoted to pleasing and heljting everyone . . . loves to play badminton . . . Frank- lin Hardware ' s most efficient office- worker . . . will become an excellent executive secretary. RICHARD NORMAN COMPTON Oakridge Avenue “There is likewise a reward for eloquent silence” . . . determined . . . lanky. Science Club 1, .Science Fair 1; Glee Club 1; Committees 1, 3. 4; Office 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. HO.MEROO.M COMMITTEE SE.SSION JAMES WILLIAM COOGAN 66 Johnson Street KATHLEEN FRANCES COSTIGAN ROSEMARY DOROTHY COTTER 32 Ralph Street . 188 Commonwealth Avenue ‘‘There never was a saint with red hair” . . . “Coogie” . . . big red face . . . chain smoker . . . favors American dancing . . . “tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow.” “Pretty, petite, and oh, so sweet” . . . “Kathy” . . . most sincere ... an able work er and loyal friend . . . will be a de- voted teacher. “A true friend is a friend forever” . . . loves horses . . . wants to be a nurse . . . long brown tresses ... a special type of dignity. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 1; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Gradua- tion Flower Girl 3; Science Fair 3; Year- book; Literary Staff 4; Pep Club 2; Con- cessions 3. Intramurals 3, 4; Bowling Team 1, 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook, Layout Staff 4. ANOTHER HOMEROOM DIVERSION “He didn’t have to flunk me just because I couldn’t turn the wheel!” 30 ALAN STUART CRUICKSHANK 549 Old Post Road “The deeds of the leader shall live, and the hard won glory of his exploits” . . . “Mr. President” . . . loves fun! . . . will succeed in college. President of Class 3, 4; Treasurer of Class 2; Football 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Student Council, V.P. 3; President of Honor Society 4. RICHARD EARL DAGGETT 506 Old Post Road “An honest man is the noblest work of God” . . . earnest basketball player . . . “Shorty.” Basketball 1, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Orches- tra 3; Track 3; Yearbook Advertising Staff 4; Senior Play 4. KAREN MARIE DARELIUS 293 Mount Hope Street “This fair maiden, friendly and kind, a nicer girl you’ll seldom find” . . . natural loveliness — natural sweetness . . . very quiet . . . “Moses” . . . will make a good nurse. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club 1; Bowling 2; Driver Training 4; Committees 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD MAURICE DARGIS 51 Avery Street “A nonchalant walk, a quiet air” . . . curly blond hair . . . likes sports . . . shy with the girls. Science Fair; Intramurals. FRANCIS DeMARCO 72 Draper Avenue “Fun to walk with; witty to talk with” . . . congenial . . . “Chip” . . . hunts pheasant with borrowed gun. Football 1, 2. SANDRA SUE DePRIEST 100 Reservoir Street “For liberty of thought is the life of the soul” . . . talkative . . . “Alis volut pro- priis” . . . peppy and somewhat unpre- dictable . . . “Sandy” . . . hopes t o be- come a good teacher. Drill Team 1, 2; Student Council 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club; Variety Show 2, 3; Usherette 3; Flower Girl 3; Music Festival 1. 31 MARILYN ANNE DEVLIN 118 Grove Street “Never a dull moment” . . . Dislikes exercises in gym . . . short lunch periods. Softball 2, 3; Dance Committee 4; Bas- ketball 1; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1 , 2 . MAUREEN THERESA DEVLIN 118 Grove Street “Sports are my hobby; my ambition to act” . . . “Speedy” . . . dislikes exercises in gym. Science Club 1; Dance Committee 4; In- tramurals 2, 4. SANDRA LUCILLE DiFlORE ; 59 Roosevelt .Avenue ' I “There would be no great ones if there were no little ones” . . . gingerly ... al- ways neatly dressed . . . “not of the noisy I multitude” . . . athletic ... a friendly heart. i Bowling 1, 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Aearbook 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; I Gymnastics 3. “Men of few words are the best men” . . . always seen in .Attleboro . . ' . pos- sessor of right answers . . . extremely quiet, but well known. “And the brightest little twinkle of a laugh you ever heard” . . . flips for Phipps . . . has a favorite bench . . . very excitable . . . silly sometimes. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 1, 2, 3; Pep Club 1, 2; Freshman Glee Club; Sci- ence Club 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 4; Student Council 4; Flower Girl 3; Red Cap Typist 4; Year- book 4. “Virtue is bold, and goodness never fear- ful” . . . musically inclined . . . “Mimi”j _ . . . will make a conscientious hairdresser.! Band 4; A Cappella 4; Glee Club 1, 3, 4.141 I ' ltl i i] Sc 32 FIRST PERIOD CHEMISTRY CRAIG ALAN EDWARDS 214 Broad Street “Science distinguishes a man of honor” ... a good listener . . . will become an expert electrical engineer ... an indi- vidualist . . . always neatly dressed . . . always one to he depended upon . . . stately in mind, character and stature. Audio-Visual Club 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. NANCY RUTH EVANS High Street “I exist as I am — That is enough” . . . “Nan’s” pet peeve is short class periods . . . remembered for her good sense of humor and love for horses. Science Fair 1; Freshman Committee 1. JUDY LEE FEID 65 Forest Street “I chatter, chatter as I go” . . . flirtatious ways . . . happy-go-lucky . . . bright smile . . . loves sports. Science Fair 1; Science Club 1; Commit- tees 1, 2, 3; Bowling 1, 2. it, SECOND PERIOD SHORTHAND “Wouldn’t it be easier in longhand, Miss Dudley?” DANNIAL RICHARD FREEMAN CAROL ANN FRENCH 225 Commonwealth Avenue 53 Forest Street DONALD FOSTER 201 Old Post Road “What e’er he did was done with ease” . . . basketball is, of course, this tall boy’s favorite sport . . . Mr. Repairman in Senior Play . . . ambition: construction engineer . . . class ' of ’62 taxi. Yearbook Staff 4; Senior Play 4; Band 2, 3; ' Variety Show 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. “A ready smile, and a roving eye” . . . “Oklahomie” . . . southerfl drawl . . . “Mr. Twister” . . . favorite with the girls . . . Nature’s roaring wind could never surpass Danny’s laugh. Baseball 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Committees 4. “A faithful friend is the medicine of life” . . . tall and pretty . . . would like to be a private secretary . . . wears a lovely cast — likes to dance too ! ! Glee Club 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2; Com- mittees 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Spring Concert 2; Advertising Staff of Yearbook; Variety Show Usher. 34 fr MARGARET MARY FRICKER 53 Hawthorne Street “A nest of thoughts revealed not” . . . Always laughing . . . loves to twist . . . favorite with the boys. Art Clul) 4; Glee Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Committees 3; Yearbook 4. DENISE ANNE CABOURY 203 East Street “Silence is golden, but I’d rather talk” . . . “Din” . . . loves to dance . . . wants to be a secretary . . . dislikes bleached blonds . . . short . . . pretty brown eyes. Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1; Committees 1, 2. 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Softball 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Red Cap 4; Pep Club 2. CHERYLANN GALASSO 31 Birchwood Drive “Her eyes are the secrets of her soul” . . . Always neat and trim ... a picture of perfection and grace . . . never con- descending. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; Majorette 2, 3; Drum Major 4; Drill Team 1; Glee Club 1, 2; Trampoline Club 3, 4; Student Council 3 (Alt. I; Litertary Staff, Year- book 4; Variety Show 3; Senior Play 4; Music Review 1, 2, 3, 4; General Com- mittees 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 3, 4. JEAN GANCI Off Elmwood Street ROBERT PAUL GARIEPY 648 Cushman Road ERNEST JOSEPH GAUDREAU 564 Broadway Ext. “I never do anything very bad, but I always get caught.” . . . “Let’s twist again” . . . amiable to everyone . . . energetic . . . barrel of fun. “Strong and content I travel the open road” . . . “Bob” . . . with his friendly and adventurous spirit will surely be a suc- cess in the Navy. “His delight is in the Law of the Lord” . . . likes to argue with Mr. Girard . . . short and cute . . . has a suit just like Mr. B’s . . . Eagle Scout. Red Cap Collector 1, 2; Prom Commit- tee 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Variety Show 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Band Manager 2, 3; Band 3, 4; Commit- tee 4; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Spring Concert 2, 3, 4; Music Festival 3, 4; Senior Play 4. 35 PATRICIA ANN GREENE 465 North Washington Street JOSEPHINE ANN GRIMALDI 181 Chestnut Street JOHN DOUGLAS GOODWIN 208 Park Street “Everything comes if a man will only- wait” . . . quiet . . . Sometimes catches cat naps in English . . . nice blue eyes. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. “A merry heart that laughs with all” . . . loves gum . . . hopes to become a typist. Glee Club 1; Bowling Team 1, 2, 3; Sci- ence Fair 1; Pep Club; Committees 4; Yearbook Advertising Staff 4. “Air and manners are more expressive than words” . . . JoAnn lives up to title “Best Dressed” . . . friendly . . . will be a good hairdresser. Drill Team 1, 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2; Yearbook 4; Glee Club 1. LOUISE ANN GRIMALDI 181 Chestnut Street “.A.ir and manners are more expressive than words” . . . LouAnn lives up to title “Best Dressed” . . . loves to dance . . . can be found working at the Manufacturer’s Bank. Drill Team 1, 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Office 3. 36 GEORGE ANTHONY GRZENDA 251 Bungay Road “Most of all I love to talk” . . . friendly . . . voted “Most Talkative” . . . wild in a Chemistry lab. Baseball 1; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Senior Play (Stage Man- ager); Science Club 1, 2; Audio Visual Club 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Yearbook 4. MARY ANN HABERSHAW Allen Avenue “What sweet delight a quiet life affords” . . . loves the wide open spaces . . . high grades . . . sincere . . . hopes to be a fashion designer. Yearbook 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Girls’ Sports 2; Guidance Office 2; Flower Girl 3; Science Fair 1, 2, . 3, 4; Driver Educa- tion 4. JOHN KENNETH HARRIS 255 North Washington Street JUDITH ELLEN HALE 151 Elm Street NANCY RUTH HENRY Cumberland Avenue “Beauty more than skin deep” . . . “Judy” . . . integrity plus tact . . . fresh as the morning. Majorette 3, Captain 4; Honor Society 3, Secretary 4; Student Council 4; A Cappella 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Bowling Team 2; Variety Show 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. “People who make no noise are danger- ous” . . . Zeke . . . has a wit all of his own . . . enthusiastic about sftorts. Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Red Cap 3, 4; Student Council; Class Treasurer; Class Pres. 2; Driving Train- ing 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. “The secret of success is constancy of purpose” . . . Terrific gymnast . . . loads of confidence . . . will make a swell gym teacher . . . loves to flirt. Intramural Sports 3, 4; Gymnastic Club 3, 4; Dance Committee 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Driver Training 4. THIRD PERIOD FRENCH “Please, Mr. “B,” no dictee today!” 37 BERYL DONNA HOFFMAN 168 Park Street PAUL ALBERT HINDLE 40 Calvin Road SALLY HOLBROOK 50 Hunting Street “It is easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more words than we should” . . . “Otto” . . . Although he is considered quiet, an amiable personality has shown through . . . enjoys hunting. Yearbook Advertising. “Calmness is a great advantage” ... a cheerful addition to any office . . . loves dancing and gymnastics. Glee Club 1; Driver Training 3; Yearbook 4; Red Cap Typing Staff 4. “A sunny nature wins friendship every- where” ... a “Hi” for everyone . . . “Sal” . . . loves swimming and driving the V.W. . . . enjoys football games. Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Committees 4; Intra- murals 4. THIRD PERIOD OFFICE PRACTICE “Adding, typing, and filing — what a job!” 38 SUSAN HOLBROOK 50 Hunting Street North Attleboro, Mass. “A sunny nature wins friendship every- where” ... a “Hi” for everyone . . . “Sue” . . . loves swimming and driving the V.W. . . . enjoys football games. Science Club 1, 2; Pep Club 1; Glee Club 1; Bowling 1, 2. .3; Yearbook 4; Art Club 4; Committees 4; Intramurals 4. EVERETT HOWARD HYLAND 125 Freeman Street “Cheyenne” . . loves gym ... a “Cape Codder” during the summer . . . hopes to become a lineman. LINDA HORMAN 718 Fales Road “Quietness has its own chamns” . . . fre- quently seen blushing . . . pleasant per- sonality . . . enjoys gymnastics . . . will become a good secretary. Bowling 2; Driver Training 4; Red Cap Typing Staff 4. ROGER HORTON 43 Grant Street “Athletics claimed him for her favorite son” . . . doesn’t look for trouble — somehow it manages to find him . . . Si — no more ladies, Si — no more” . . . Always doodling. Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Year- book 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Track 3. I BRENDA JEAN JAMES 3 Hope Street RICHARD PAUL JOHNSON 115. Broad Street “The only proof of ability is action” . . . Brenda . . . most athletic girl . . . loves to twist . . . black nylons . . . “Jessie James.” Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Drill Team 1; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Freshman Glee Club 1. “Good nature brings many friends” . . . “Dick” . . . dislikes crowds . . . quiet . . . aspires to be a ski instructor. Track 3; Baseball 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Yearbook 4. 39 1 I I JEAN MARIE KELLY 171 Fisher Street ROGER ALAN JONES 437 A Broadway “Good to be merry and wise” . . . “Jet” . . . Plays a wild trumpet . . . looks good in red night shirts . . . Bud Anderson . . . eccentric. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Radio Club 3, 4; Science Club 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; WARA News Program 4; Yearbook 4; Driver Training 4; Dance Band 2, 3, 4; Committees 3, 4. “A cheerful friend is like a sunny day” . . . “Kelly” . . . most congenial girl . . . lost in football sweater. Glee Club 1; Cake Sale 1; Science Fair 1, 2; Student Council 1, 2; Softball 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Concessions 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 4; Yearbook 4. PATRICIA ANN KENNEY 469 Kelley Boulevard “She looks as quiet as a lamb, but look again!” . . . “Pat” . . . hopes to be a secretary . . . “drop dead!” Bowling 2; Cake Sale 1; Committees 4; Yearbook 4; Science Fair 1. JOYCE ANN KING 186 Jefferson Street “A little bit of seriousness mixed with a dash of fun” . . . will make a wonderful hairdresser . . . cute little smile. Committees 1; Bowling; Intramurals. JOHN LEONARD KRIEGEL 92 Leonard Street “Toil is the sin of fame” .’ . . always ready to listen . . . dependable . . . sin- cere . . . modest . . . individualistic . . . an eccentric sense of humor. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3; Radio Club 3, 4; In- tramurals 2; Yearbook Advertising Editor 4; Sax Quintet 2, 3, 4. ROGER GERARD LANDRY Oakridge Avenue “And where he walked, happiness fol- lowed” . . . lover of good times . . . flirtatious . . . “Rog” . . . hopes to join the Navy. Committees 4. 40 LUNCH “It seems as if we just sit down and then the bell rings!” GLORIA JEAN LANGTON 57 Maple Street REGINALD LARSEN 44 High Street DONNA BEATRICE LEARY 119 Fisher Street “Be her first joy her wedding” . . . amica- ble . . . “Jeannie” . . . frequents the Shell Gas Station. Glee Club 1; Bowling 2; Prom Attendant 2; Yearbook Business Staff 4; Commit- tees 4. “Good pleasure, ease, content, what e’er thy name” . . . extremely witty character . . . sure to pep-up a dull class . . . “Eagle” . . . animated basketball player. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 1. “Quiet and well conducted, but always ready for fun!” . . . loyal to her friends . . . hopes to become a lab technician . . . enjoys dancing. Softball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 3, 4; Drill Team 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Music Fes- tival 3, 4; Spring Concert 3, 4; Driver Training 4; Concessions 3; Cake Sale; Student Council Alternate 3; Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 4; Sci- ence Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Society Usher 3. 41 LUNCH “Hurry up so we can get out to the corridor and sing.” CAROLE DIANE LEGER 454 Mount Hope Street JOSEPH CHARLES LEVESQUE 306 Chestnut Street DONALD ALBERT LOCKHART 81 Smith Street “Who has not flirted at least a little?” . . . sparkling eyes . . . snappy major- ette . . . loquaciousness ... an ebullient dancer. Majorette 3, Lieutenant 4; Drill Team 1, 2; Glee Club 3; Variety Show 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. “The cheerful man is a king” ... a me y, happy soul ... no worries . . . talkative . . . ready smile. “Hold the fort, I’m coming!” . . . hopes to join the Navy . . . loves art . . . “I’m allergic to energy.” Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Special Band ' 1, 2, 3, 4. 42 JUDITH HARLENE LONG 3 Kendall Street DONNA OLIVE LOWE 456 Kelly Boulevard V GAIL EVE MacDONALD 2 Franklin Avenue “A sunny nature wins friendship every- where” . . . always having fun . . . will radiate sunshine as a nurse . . . happy and gay is this young lady’s way. Freshman Cake Sale; Science Fair 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Sports 2, 3, 4; .Science Club 2; Committees 3, 4. “Her ways are the ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace” . . . “Donna " . . . Quietness with a sweet smile . . . dislikes homework . . . will make a cute secretary. Science Fair 1; Student Council 2; Com- mittees 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Pep Club 2. “. s merry as the day is long” . . . Happy as lark ... a pleasure to be with . . . ’Oh, stop it” . . . " Two good qualities that always blend; a good sport and a loyal friend.” Red Cap 1, 2, 3; Business Manager 4; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Class .Secretary 1; Class Vice President 2, 3, 4; German Club Vice Presi- dent 3; Committees 1. 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus; Girls’ Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intra- murals 4; Bowling Team 2, 3; Radio News Club 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Driver Train- ing 4. BEVERLY ANN MAGNAN 177 East Street RICHARD MAHER 24 Buc klin Street TERENCE MALONEY 18 James Street “What worry; and I so young!” . . . “Maggie” . . . loves Jolly Cholly’s . . . would like to be a gym teacher. Bowling. “I am sure care’s an enemy to life” . . . “Doobie” . . . one of the group . . . loves a good time . . . will be a success in the service. Variety Show 3; Science Fair 1, 2. “Of such a merry, nimble, stirring spirit” . . . “Beaver” . . . best all around . . . avid reader . . . unaffected . . . high combustion humor . . . “No man knows until the time comes what depths are with- in him.” . . . “now this is how it should be done” . . . “Have you read?” . . Football 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4; Variety Show 3; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1. 43 FRANCINE ELAINE MANCHESTER 327 Smith Street “Sing away sorrows; Cast away cares” . . . “Fran” ... a joy for any homeroom . . . good friend . . . loves to sing . . . hot Buick. Yearbook Staff 4; Library 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Variety Show 4; Committees 4. JUNE PHYLLIS MARCINKOWSKI Mansfield Road “She that is thy friend indeed; will help thee in thy need” . . . “Phyllis” . . . quiet . . . pleasing personality . . . good seamstress . . . natural blond. Art Club 4; Bowling 1, 2; Science Fair 1; Committees 4; Yearbook 4. PAUL JOSEPH MARTINEAU 73 Reservoir Street “A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and confident tomorrows” . . . “Marty” . . . dislikes work . . . gym and eating . . . would like to be a contractor. JOANN MATHURIN Raymond Hall Drive “A cute girl with dark hair and a per- sonality beyond compare” . . . “Jo” . . . wishes days were longer . . . says she’ll miss gym . . . likes reading . . . secre- tary . . . loves parties. Bowling 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Basketball 4; Softball 4; Science Fair 1, 2. 44 PATRICIA ANN MARCOULLIER 25 Pleasant Street “Gaze into her eyes and you will see an angel gaze a little longer and you will see an imp” . . . “Pat” . . . good dancer . . . impish eyes . . . petite in size . . . eager listener . . . make a good secretary. Science Fair 1; Variety Show 3, 4; Sen- ior Play Usher 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council Alternative 3; Red Cap 4; Pep Club 2; Art Club 3; Bowling 2, 3. BARBARA RAE McADAMS 93 Reservoir Street “Work fascinates me, I could sit and watch it all day” ... A lot of chatter and a bundle of cheerfulness . . . Miss Sadie Hawkins . . . wants to be a success . . . likes to bowl . . . will miss us all. Bowling 2; Librarian 4; Yearbook Staff 4. MARY ANN McADAMS 111 Broad Street “Knowledge is a folly without the aid of grace” . . . Alter ipse amicus . . . stimu- lating conversationalist . . . veracious friend . . . has trouble opening lockers . . . “Will someone please type for the Yearbook?” Yearbook 3; Co-Editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Color Guard 3, Capt. 4; Science Club 1, 2, Pres. 3; N.A.H.S. Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Mass. State Science Fair 2, 3; Radio News Program 4; Glee Club 2, 3; Variety Show 1, 2, 3; Senior Play 4; Music Review and Festivals 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. MARY LORETTE McM.AHON 12 Roosevelt Avenue “A companion that is cheerful is worth gold” . . . very determined . . . -Irish through and through . . . loves bowling . . . will become a good secretary. Glee Club 1, 2; Office Help 3; Yearbook Literary Staff 4; Committees 1. KATHLEEN ANN McWEENEY 11 Roland Baxter Road “A little mischief relieves the monotony” . . . worries over small things . . . friend- ly to all . . . loans clothes . . . excitable . . . rambunctious. Bowling 2; Glee Club 1; Pep Club 2; Red Cap 2. AFTER LUNCH IN THE CORRIDOR “You’re going to have a twisting party!” 45 JACQUELINE THERESA MERCURE 697 Holmes Road “The very- frowns are fairer far than smiles of other maidens are” . . . “Jackie’.’ . . . can’t understand unfinished sentences . . . loves shorthand . . . will become an ef- ficient secretary. Glee Club 3; Basketball 4; Red Cap Staff 4; Yearbook 4; Committees 3, 4; Office Help 4; Driver Training 4. FOURTH PERIOD GYM NANCY ANN MILLER 141 Westside Avenue “Very peppy, full of fun, a good pal to everyone” . . . always laughing . . . “Hoses” are nice ... “A witty woman is a treasure” . . . looks good in black . . . speedy little Jaguar . . . mixed up romances. Glee Club 1, 2, A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Gold Key Society 1, 2; Pep Club 1, 2, 3; Trampoline Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Latin Club 1, 2, 3; Variety Show 3, 4; Newspaper Staff 1, 2; Dramatics Club 1, 2; Majorette 2; Commercial Club 2, 3; Radio News Club 4; Assistant Literary Editor on Yearbook 4; Senior Play 4. ROBERTA ANN MORSE 834 East Washington Street “What is life without fun” . . . con- scientious student and friend , . . pretty smile ... a future nurse . . . quiet in classes . . . opposite between them. Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Bowling 2, 3, 4; In- tramurals 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Gym- nastics Club 3; Driver Training 4; Com- mittees 4. i “Will she or won’t she?” 46 I VIRGINIA CASSELS MULLEN 108 Division Street GARY NELSON STEPHEN NIMIROSKI 695 Kelley Boulevard 260 Hoppin Hill Avenue “Always happy, always gay; glad to see her come our way” . . . hot ticket . . . always has an answer . . . originator of “jaw drops” . . . mischievous antics . . . favorite color? — purple! Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; P.T.A. Speaking Contest 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 4; Year- book Layout Staff 4; Radio News Club 4; Committees 1, 3, 4 ; Senior Play 4. “He’s a good friend that speaks well of me behind my back” . . . sincere . . . “Nels” . . . the car with the rumble seat . . . the “head” of the fraternity. Variety Show; Yearbook 4; Student Coun- cil Alternate; Class Treasurer 3; German Club President 1, 2. “Good nature and good sense are Jiis companions” . . . “Nemo” . . . loves cars . . . best looking boy. Band 1, 2; Radio Club 1, 2, 3; German Club 2, 3; Yearbook 4. •i BONNIE LOU O’LEARY 35 Johnson Street “She looks like an angel and acts like one too, but you never can tell what an angel will do” ... to be found on a cloud . . . cute . . . doll’s eyes . . . famous story teller. Glee Club 1; Drill Team 1, 2; Spring Concert 1, 2; Music Festival 1, 2; Cake Sale 1; Variety Show 3, 4; Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Concessions 3; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. ALBERT JOSEPH PAQUETTE 46 Broad Street “He came, he learned, he conquered” . . . A1 . . . friendly but quiet . . . Sincere . . . likes intramural football. Science Fair 1, 4; Yearbook 4; Student Council 4; Intramural Football. PAULINE LILLIAN PARENTEAU 102 Peterson Street “Good nature is one of the richest fruits of personality” . . . Polly . . . good ath- lete . . . friendly ways . . . ambition: Secretary. Bowling 1, 2; Yearbook 4; Driver Train- ing 4; Intramurals. 47 WALTER DOMINICK PERKOSKI, JR. 25 Peck Street NEAL FRANCIS POIRIER 99 High Street ROLAND JOSEPH POIRIER, JR. 42 Oakhurst Street “Small, but whoever complained about the size of dynamite?” . . . neat . . . well- dressed . . . full of fun . . . loves Eng- lish IV. General Chairman Dance Committee 4. “His limbs were cast in manly mold, for hardy sports or contests bold.” . . . “Squeak” . . . athletic . . . popular al- ways . . . constantly in a hurry ... a four letterman . . . intensely interested in everything. “He loved to play the game of ball, he gave his best and gave it all” . . . “Rat” . . . humorous disposition . . . diligent participant in sports ... a live wire . . . the Alfred E. Newman of North High . . . watermelon smile. Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 4; Basketball Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Weightlifting 2; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. Track 4; Class Pres. 1, Treasurer 4; Red Cap 2, 3, Co-Editor 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 3. ROBERT ALLEN POTTER 152 Park Street “Give me my Ford and the open road ’ . . . “Boppin’ Bob” . . . kind hearted . . . musically inclined . . . friendly ways . . . car enthusiast. Band 1, 2, 3; Dance Band 1, 2; Sax Quin- tet 2; Orchestra 1, 2. 48 KAREN ELIZABETH PRECOURT 89 West Street “Few things are impossible to diligence and skill” . . . most contributing ... al- ways on the go . . . first senior with a hope chest . . . “Buy a Red Cap — buy two Red Caps!” . . . hard worker ... a good friend. Red Cap 1, 2, 3, Co-Editor 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Variety Show 1, 2; Student Council 2; German Club 3; Glee Club 1, Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Training 4; Yearbook 4. . . . “Suzie” . . . always talking up a storm . . . full of bounce . . . intelli- gent . . . future accountant. Honor Society 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2; Science Fair 1; Flower Girl 3; Committees 3, 4; Red Cap Typist 4. SUE-ELLEN REILLY 34 Prospect Street “Full of fun and mischief too, doing things she shouldn’t do’’ . . . Sue . . . always found in a crowd . . . don’t dare her . . . striking blonde . . . never a dull moment . . . loves to dance . . . police matron. Girls’ Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Glee Club; Variety Show 1, 2, 3, 4; Art Club 3; Science Fair 1, 4; Radio News Club 4; Red Cap Collector 4; Senior Play; Driver Training 4; Yearbook Staff 4. ELAINE MARIE RIENDEAU 2 Dean Court “The hand that hath made you fair, hath made you good” . . . “Elaine” . . . cute . . . sweet personality . . . always happy and smiling. Bowling 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Intramurals 4; Driver Education 4. MARY JANE RILEY 5 Hunting Street “For loveliness needs not the foreign aid of ornament” . . . “M. J.” . . . poised . . . best looking . . . green eyeshadow. A Cappella Choir 2, 3, 4; DriU Team 3; Majorette 4; Variety Show 3; Student Council 1, 2; Red Cap Collector 3; Hon- or Society 3, 4; Class Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; District Chorus 2; Yearbook 4. 49 FIFTH PERIOD HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION. “Who hung the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?” ALPHONSE RINGUETTE 54 Jay Street LEO PAUL RIVARD, JR. 513 Old Post Road KAE BEVERLY ROBERTS Weona Road “No wealth is like a quiet mind” . . . “Al” . . . quiet . . . certain nickname. “Men of few words are the best men” . . . quiet but friendly . . . bowling en- thusiast . . . future mechanic. Science Fair 1, 4; Football 4. “A witty woman is a treasure” . . . “Spook” . . . always cheerful . . . lots of laughs . . . frequents Jolly ChoUy’s. Science Fair 1, 2; Glee Club 1; Yearbook 4; Dance Committee 1, 2, 3, 4. 50 DUANE LEE ROBINSON 54 Clifton Street “It is difficult to keep quiet if you have nothing to do” . . . “Gunslinger” . . . witty . . . neat nersonality . . . enjoys having fun. JUDITH DIETSCH ROBINSON 101 High Street “Always smiling, always gay, that is Judy’s friendly way” . . . “Judy” . . . has wonder- ful parties . . . likes to knit . . . nice to everyone . . . loves purple. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Bowling 2; Principal’s Office 2; Guidance Office 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Sci- ence Club 1; Drill Team 2, 3; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook 4. SHIRLEY ANN ROSS 21 Spruce Street “Life with all its trouble is still beautiful” . . . “Shirl” . . . hates homework . . . quiet but friendly. Yearbook 4; Bowling Team 3; Commit- tees 4. JOHN BRUCE RYAN 19 High Street “I trust everyone, hut I always cut the cards” . . . 60 ball carrier . . . opens Assemblies . . . good friend. Wells High School, Southhridge 1; Foot- ball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Student Coun- cil Pres. 4; Chess Club Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4. BRUCE DOUGLAS SAMSON 52 Maple Street “He that is of a merry heart hath a con- tinual feast” . . . voted wittiest . . . valuable to track team . . . lover of art. J.V. Basketball 3; Track 3; Committees 3, 4; Yearbook 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3. MARY FRANCES SCH.MITT 251 Park Street “There is no wisdom like frankness” . . . artistic and excitable . . . Frank . . . “Mrs. Wembley” . . . Francois. National Honor Society 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Color Guard 4; Science Fair 1, 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Year- book Staff 4. KURT RICHARD SCHWEINSHAUT 352 Commonwealth Avenue “Watch me boy, I’m different!” . . . slow and lumbering . . . Class Flirt . . . very outgoing ... “I didn’t know the gun was loaded!” Red Cap Staff 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Science Club 4; German Club 2, 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff 4. KENNETH ALAN SKITT 101 Reed Avenue “My friends declare I am in jest” . . . little red things in the “Merc” . . . Ken . . . Best Line . . . Big Flirt ... a gold- en trombone. Bank 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Special Bank 3, 4; Variety Show 3; Sci- ence Fair 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3. 52 EDWARD VINCENT SHER.MAN, JR. 14 Peck Street “By the work one knows the workman” . . . good nature and good sense are his companions . . . reserved and conservative . . . loves to walk. Science Club 1; German Club 2, 3; Com- mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 4; De- bating Team 4; Tivoli 2; Yearbook Staff 4. TIMOTHY GODWIN SHEARION 185 Fisher Street “A good folly is worth whatever you pay for it” ... a boy with true friend- liness . . . tall and lumbering . . . care- free . . . slow talker. MARION RANDALL SMITH 23 Anawan Road It is not necessary to light a candle in the sun . . . finger in a dozen pies,- everyone well-done . . . head cheerleader . . . Basis virtutem constantia . . . Most Likely to Succeed . . . clothed with integrity. Cheerleader 2, 3, Head Cheerleader 4; Na- tional Honor Society 3, Vice President 4; A Cappella Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, Secretary 3; Band 1; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 3, 4; Sci- ence Club 1, 2. DOROTHEA SPENCER 15 Cottage Street “A good disposition is more valuable than gold.” . . . natural beauty . . . sunny smile . . . kindness as large and plain as a prairie wind. Yearbook 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Driver Training 4. MARSHA RUTH STEVENS 144 Anawan Road “Endowed with a quantity of reason, ability and poise” ... a direction all her own . . . learned to spell at Literary Staff Meetings . . . the conscientious ob- jector. Red Cap 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook, Literary Editor; Variety Show 3, 4; Science Fair 2, 4; General Committee 4; P.T.A. Speak- ing Contest 1; Flower Girl 3. SIXTH PERIOD HOME NURSING GARY STUART STANFORD 70 Moran Street “A way with girls; a ladies’ man” . . . Sam ... a hot-rod Ford . . . Metrecal before and after every meal . . . long line for all the girls. Track 2, 3, 4. “Give him sports, any kind will do” . . . “Staff” . . . best male art student: loves to draw cars . . . the “Great Rebounder” . . . “Pm going home to see the Mickey- Mouse Club.” Basketball 3, 4; Football 4; Track 3, 4; Science Fair 3; Intramurals 3. JAMES STAFFORD, JR. 17 James Swanzey Road “Handle with care!’ 53 PRISCILLA MAUDE STEVENS 124 Division Street “Small sands make the mountain, mo- ments make the year.” . . . “Aperto vivere voti” . . partygiver . . . friend to every- one . . . cute majorette . . . intelligent and dignified. ROBERT ST. PIERRE 201 East Street “A wise man reflects before he speaks” . . . good asset to N.A.H.S. Track Team . . . Quiet but congenial . . . sports en- thusiast . . . good student . . . dislikes nickname “Gump.” JUDITH MARIE SULLIVAN 281 CommonwetJth Avenue “The secret of happiness is something to do.” . . . future Air-Line Hostess . . . ready smile . . . friendly, hard worker; good cook . . . enjoys sports. Softball Team 1; Science Fair 1; Red Cap 1; Yearbook 4; Committees 1. Drill Team 1, Color Guard 2, Majorette Yearbook Layout Editor 4 3, 4; A Cappella Choir 4; Yearbook 4; Baseball 1; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 4; Committees 3. Freshman Chorus; Science Club 1, 2; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; P.T.A. Speak- ing Contest; Driver Training 4; Senior Play 4. AFTER SCHOOL MATHEMATICS ACTIVITIES ; Intramurals Science Club “Roger, are you sure we’re supposed to move it three degrees to the right and then 9 ” 54 NORMAN MARINUS SVENDSEN JR. 117A Hoppin Hill Avenue “The love of money is the root of all evil.” . . . studious . . . pleasant personality . . . spends free hours with “Judy” . . . town’s bank assistant . . . wants to make a million( ? ) Yearbook Layout Staff 4; Lunchroom 4. DOUGLAS WHITNEY SWIFT Birchwood Drive “The world is no better if we hurry.” . . . pint size . . . easygoing . . . carefree . . . quick witted . . . although serious at times . . . has interest for boats. Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1. EDWARD JOSEPH TANNER 15 South Street “I have not yet begun to fight.” . . . quiet at times . . . neat dresser . . . loves hot cars . . . dislikes homework ... ex- trovert? ? ? Science Fair 3, 4. DONNA RAE TINGLEY Box 721, RFD 2 PAULINE IRENE TONDREAULT 23 Crescent Avenue BARBARA RAE TOURIGNY 10 School Street “I am not of that feather to shake off my friend when he must need me” . . . “Ting” . . . lunchroom clown ... a lot of fun but conscientious. Yearbook 4; Gymnastic Club 3, 4; Sci- ence Fair 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball 2; Basket- ball 3; Intramural Sports 4. “A lot of chatter and a bundle of cheer- fulness” . . . “Polly” . . . quick, witty . . . an avid record collector . . . future beautician. Science Fair 2, 3; Choir 1; Driver Train- ing 4; Bowling Team 3. “Loves to shop for those little things that count” . . . always laughing ' . . . “Rae” . . . likes bowling and rallies . . . full of fun . . . wants to be a success . . . going to miss everybody. Glee Club 1; Committees 2, 3, 4; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Red Cap 3, 4; Art Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Science Fair 3; Bowling 2; Yearbook 4. 55 LINDA MARIE VANDAL 21 Amvet Boulevard “What is life but to be happy” . . . “Lyn” . . . baton twirler . . . future nurse . . . likes basketball best . . . always ready for a good joke . . . hard worker . . . a good sport . . . will miss all the rallies and the gang. Drill Team 2, 3; Bowling Team 3, 4; Committees 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 3; In- tramural Sports 3, 4; Yearbook 4. BEVERLY JEANNE WARE 45 North Avenue “She enjoys life in a quiet way” . . . “Bev” . . . easygoing . . . studious . . . good sense of humor . . . makes a good angel. Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3; Orchestra 2, 3; Special Bank 3, 4; Softball 2; French Club 1; Variety Show 3; Christmas Pageant 4; Senior Play Usher 4; Driver Training 4; Music Festival 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA ANN WATSON 245 Hoppin Hill Avenue “And as the bright sun glorifies the sky, so is her face illuminated with her eye” . . . “Pat” . . . airline stewardess . . . Chatterbox . . . Petite and pretty ... a lot of fun. Committees 3, 4; Graduation Flower Girl 3; Student Council 3, 4; Office 2; Year- book 4; Red Cap 2; Variety Show 3, 4; Senior Play Usher 4. MONICA ANN WEST 65 Spruce Street “Her kindness of heart is shown in her deeds” . . . “Westy” . . . typical “teen” . . . friendly . . . fun to have around . . . very talkative. Drill Team Alternate 3; Softball 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Spring Concert 2, 3, 4; Pep Club 1; Science Fair 1; Office 2; Art Club 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Librarian 3; Yearbook 4; Driver Training 4;- Red Cap Typist 4; Intramural Sports 4; Committees 1,,2, 3, 4. KENDRA JEANNE WHALEN 167 North Washington Street “She’s clever and wise with a dreamy look in her eyes” . . . petite . . . Senior play . . . “Kathy” . . . loves German . . . our neatest girl . . . faithful friend. Banner 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Driver Ed. 4; Bowling Team 2; Variety Show 2, 3, 4; Spring Concert 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2; Committees 2, 3, 4; Senior Play 4; Yearbook 4. 56 THE END OF THAT TYPICAL DAY “Two o’clock traffic jam! REGINALD WILLS Oakridge Avenue “There is no duty we so much under- rate as the duty of being happy” . . . “Smacker” ... a future serviceman . . . always laughing . . . golfer . . . enter- tainer. Science Fair 1. LOUISANA JANE WILSON 329 Mount H ope Street “A winning smile, an excellent friend, an earnest worker and true to the end.” . . . most typical girl . . . friendly as can be . . . cute blonde . . . athletic . . . sincere. Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 3, 4; Variety Show 1, 3, 4; Glee Club 1; Intra- mural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4; Qass Secretary 2; Student Council 3; Student Council Treasurer 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4. 1962 Gfass S a is ics FRESHMAN YEAR Officers: Activities: Neal Poirier, President Maureen Brennan. Vice-President Gail MacDonald, Secretary’ Terry Maloney, Treasurer Cake Sale SOPHOMORE YEAR Officers : Activities: John Harris, President Gail MacDonald, Vice-President Jane Wilson, Secretary Alan Cruickshank. Treasurer St. Patrick’s Day Dance — Tlie Shamrock Shuffle JUNIOR YEAR Officers : Activities: Alan Cruickshank. President Gail MacDonald, Vice-President Maureen Brennan, Secretary John Harris, Treasurer Sadie Hawkin’s Dance— Dogpatch, U.S.A. Variety Show — Rendezvous With the Stars Junior Prom — Twilight Time SENIOR YEAR Officers: Activities: Alan Cruickshank. President Gail MacDonald, Vice-President Maureen Brennan, Secretary Neal Poirier. Treasurer Football Victory Dances Senior Play — “Father Knows Best” Senior Prom — Stardust Number of Graduates 160 Senior Class Advisors Mrs. Crockett Mr. Bevilaqua Class Colors Red and White Most Likely to Succeed MARION SMITH BRUCE RYAN Smartest MARY ANN McADAMS RONALD CLAVETTE Best All Round GAIL MacDONALD TERENCE MALONEY Most Popular MAUREEN BRENNAN ALAN CRUICKSHANK enior Most Ambitious JUDITH HALE GARY GANDELET ’iJ ' auoriles Quietest DONNA LOWE WILLIAM DONLEVY Most Congenial JEAN KELLY RONALD CANDELET Most Contributing KAREN PRECOURT JOHN KREIGEL Best Dressed LOU ANN and JO ANN GRIMALDI RONNIE BERNIER SOCI‘ Smoothest LINDA BREED DAN FREEMAN Most Dependable SANDRA ALTHENS DON FOSTER Most Sincere KATHLEEN COSTIGAN GARY NELSON enior Best Line CHERYLANN GALASSO KENNITH SKITT Most Athletic BRENDA JAMES NEAL PIORIER Liveliest MARY ANN AZARIAN ROLAND POIRIER Cutest GAYLE BUDJINSKI JACK HARRIS Jaoo l es Best Dancers PATRICIA MARCOULLIER JAMES COOGAN Most Typical JANE WILSON ROGER HORTON Class Flirts JEAN GANCI KURT SCHWEINSHAUT Most Serious ELEANOR CARPENTER BRUCE BROCKWAY F ittiest TRUDE BEAUCHAMP BRUCE SAMSON TRUDE BEAUCHAMP TERRY MALONEY JUDY HALE GARY NELSON J rophect VIRGINIA MULLEN FRANCINE MANCHESTER LEE CHEETHAM BRUCE RYAN ROGER JONES MARY ANN AZARIAN Backstage Dilemma at the Senior Play. Pick up those feet, girls! enior “Oh, I want to be in that number when North High comes in to win!” 66 Distinguished Graduates ' Gancfic s Typical Of course I’m on the right beat! “Gary, you know what Mr. Brassard says about eating ice cream on the corridor floor.” You can breathe now, Terry. ■” Sen or FATHER KNOWS BEST DECEMBER 8, 1961 FATHER AND MOTHER: “Jim, do you think a machine could have a soul?’ CLUBWOMEN: “That does something — doesn’t it?’ REPAIR MAN AND BETTY: “Rinsomat — Repair!” 68 CAST — First Row, 1. to r.: P. Stevens, B. Bristol, K. Whalen, C. Cheetham. Second Row: R. Jones, M. A. McAdams, F. Caswell, C. Galasso, R. Clavette. Third Row: E. Gaudreau, D. Foster, R. Bernier, N. Miller, V. Midlen, M. Schmitt, R. Daggett, S. E. Reilly. To Mr. Bevilaqua, our fine director, the cast wishes to express its thanks. BUD’S FRIEND, OEFICER JOHNSON, BRINKWORTH, OEFICER PERKINS: “When I get through with you, Anderson, you’ll need unemployment insurance!’’ Miss Sandra Althens, Queen } --I i MR. AND MRS. BRENNAN MR. AND MRS. POIRIER GARY CANDELET EDWARD SHERMAN JUDY ROBINSON SANDRA ALTHENS GAIL MacDONALD ROGER JONES SANDRA ALTHENS, Queen CHERLYANN GALASSO, Junior Prom Queen GARY CANDELET 72 J. Harris, L. Grimaldi, A. Cruickshank, M. Smith, M. A. Azarian, .1. Coosan. S. Althens. G. Candelet, .1. Grimaldi, D. Freeman, G. Budjinski, R. Poirier, M. Brennan, R. .‘ ' t. Pierre. MEMBERS OF THE COURT AND THEIR ESCORTS J arviucAei Gounirij G) uh J ' eAruarty 17 1962 Ttusic f ie Ji ue i jarons Room 9 — First Row, right; D. Theofilis, W. Speight. Second Row: B. Skawinski, K. Sargent, C. Wil- liams, S. Steams, R. Perry, L. Wilson. Third Row: D. Schriever, D. Stevens, E. Washburn, D. Swenson, M. Weldon. Fourth Row: J. Wood, J. Tingley, L. Spencer, S. Thibeault, C. Watts. Fijth Row: L. Spevak, B. Vandette, C. Sweich, C. Sirois, M. Williams. Standing: J. West, V. Whalen, B. Sullivan. uniors Room 31 — First Row, left: K. Anderson, R. Arsenault, R. Baldwin, C. Beaulieu. Second Row: B. Bour- beau, E. Bourgeois, J. Browning, J. Bryer. Third Row: P. Byrnes, R. Candelet, A. Allen, C. Carpenter. Fourth Row: C. Cerrone, J. Clancy, L. Claupin. Standing: B. Cochrane, P. Adams, C. Alix, J. Allard, R. Collard, R. Clark, R. Bellevance, G. Anderson, B. Cloutier, D. Cardin. Room 32 — First Row, right: K. Haskell, C. laconis. Second Row: C. Fuller, P. Glennon, J. Grant, G. Greenhaulgh, J. Griswold. Third Row: D. Fisher, J. Fontneau, D. Foster, C. Davis, C. Friedland. Fourth Row: N. Emerson, N. Driscoll, P. Donnelly, R. Ferrara. Standing: D. Cox, I. Desautel, D. Devereaux. Fifth Row: B. Dunn, B. Comey, J. Flammand, D. Corbett, P. Guertin. 76 1963 Room 33 — First Row, right: C. Maddix, E. Larson, D. Kearney. Second Row: M. Lilien, C. Langevine, D. Johnson, J. Jodoin, R. Lyons. Third Row: D. Mathurin, L. Johnson, L. Marcoullier, R. Inman, C. Lanteigne. Fourth Row: R. Letourneau, W. Lovely, W. Keniston. Standing: P. LeQair, A. Levesque, R. Loring, S. Kelleher, W. Ilkowitz, D. Knowles, S. Linnekin, C. LaChance, J. Malone, P. Lyle, S. Mahoney. OFFICERS President ROBERT CANDELET Vice-President SUSAN WOOD Secretary SANDRA THARL Treasurer EILEEN McGowan L. to r.: R. Candelet, E. McGowan, S. Wood, S. Tharl. Hies )ariei( (SAow CBas elfxi f Concessions Room 11 — First Row, right: L. Moore, K. Nolan, E. Precopio, B. Murphy, R. Megna. Second Row: P. Ralph, M. Richards, A. Rose, J. Nelson, A. Pinsonnault. Third Row: J. Norteman, L. Ouelette, K. Roberts, P. Ruggio, T. Mullen. Fourth Row: B. Richards, R. Robitaille, C. Page, L. Perkoski. Standing: K. Pike, C. Peczynski, A. Phillips, H. Peterson, D. Paquette, R. Rivard, D. Maher. 77 Sophomores Room 20 — First Row, left: E. Farrell, T. Fontaine, R. Fournier, V. Gates, A. Golden. Second Row: D. Dufour, J. Fontneau, D. Gariepy, J. Gaudreau, J. Grade, D. Grezenda. Third Row: E. Forbes, J. Gallant, M. Gaudette, D. Grant, D. Duffany. Fourth Row: J. Galvin, E. George, G. Grant, J. Cherry. Standing: G. Forbes, A. England, L. Grimaldi, C. Everton, K. Finn, B. Fenton, G. Grimaldi, E. Gerring, C. Estey, S. Fontaine. OFFICERS President WILLIAM CLARK Vice-President JUDITH BRENNAN Secretary LINDA DESMARAIS T reasurer STUART ROBINSON First Row: W. Clark, J. Brennan. Second Row: S. Robinson, L. Desmarais. Room lOA— First Row, left: C. Tuttle, J. Upham. Second Row: R. Tatarian, C. St.Jean, C. Sweet, J. Waldroup, M. Washburn. Third Row: D. Shepard, J. St. Pierre, K. Svendsen, D. Walton. Fourth Row: T. Thomas, D. Turnise, F. Wojiechowski, N. Swaine. Fifth Row: Thomas Whidden, Richard Travers, Rodney Watts, John Wilhelm. Standing, 1. to r.: C. Woloshyn, E. Turnise, C. Wilmarth, D. Walden, I. Valade, J. Waters, J. Williams. 78 1964 Room 19 — First Row, right: P. Darelius, E. Dargis, V. Davis, S. DeBlois. Second Row: B. Cronan, M. Curtis, M. Curtis, S. Curtis, M. Coogan. Third: S. Cooke, J. Connor, C. Costigan, R. Corrigan. Fourth Row: K. Church, D. Cinq-Mars, W. Clark. Standing, 1. to r.: A. Cotton, L. Cook, P. Chapin, S. Dehart, B. L. Connelly, P. Creeg B. Calvin, S. Chase, R. Childress, L. DiFiore, P. Danesi, G. DeBlois, M. DeMarco, L. Desmarais, L. Devereaux, Dillon, R. DiFiore. O c wi ies Room 8 — First Row, right: D. Pinsonnault, G. Plante. Second Row: S. Reilly, J. Regan, R. Rego, P. Restino, C. Riendeau, K. Roach. Third Row: S. Robinson, L. Roderick, N. Rossi, J. Satti, L. Schofield, J. Schriever. Fourth Row: S. Shaw, C. Sherman, D. Simpson, J. Simpson, R. Skawinski. Fifth: R. Smith, S. Smith, T. Smith, M. Stack, J. Stafford. Standing, 1. to r.: R. Smith, A. Sliz, K. Ralph, A. Scott, R. Seymour, D. Paton, L. Ralph, L. Poirier, R. Plante. 79 uS SopJli omores 1964 Room 14 — First Row, right: K. Myer, R. Osterberg, M. McMahon, S. Metz, J. Murchy, C. McDonald. Sec- ond Row: R. Long, G. Norton, T. Lynch, D. Murray, S. Manson, K. Nelson. Third Row: D. McNamara, J. Ouimet, J. Narkiewicz, F. Parenteau, C. Masterson. Fourth Roiv: D. Marcinkoski, R. Mayers, S. McKay, E. Marchard. Standing: H. Paquin, R. Lussier, J. Ogni. Room 21 — First Row, right: L. Hill, F. LeCompte. Second Row: J. Jutras, L. Higginbotham, F. Leary, C. Jette, M. Hess, R. .Johnson. Third Row: V. Leary, S. Guise, K. Gulski, P. Paulousky, J. Hammond, J. How- ard. Fourth Row: H. Labonte, L. LaRochelle, M. Kinney, B. Perry, M. Levesque. Standing: G. Kenney, N. Letourneau, S. Lanthier, N. LeGrand, G. Kapolchok. Room 18 — First Row, left to right (across): C. Bousquet, L. Cerrone, L. Austin, A. Chabot. Second Row: E. Baril, J. Armell, R. Butler, D. Breault. Third Row: G. Blackbird, M. Bergevine, K. Buckley, L. Benoit. Fourth Row: G. Blais, G. Aussant, S. Bell, D. Caldwell, W. Barton, D. Briggs, R. Bennett. Standing: J. Cabral, J. Carpenter, A. Carr, T. Berase, D. Bellevance, C. Audette, J. Brennan, J. Bourgeois, G. Chabot, J. Black. 80 7resA nen 1965 OFFICERS: President STEPHEN SMITH Vice-President CHERYL CALDWELL Secretary LEE SWEARINGEN Treasurer MICHAEL GOULD Seated, I. to r.: S. Smith, M. Gould. Standing: L. Swearingen, C. Caldwell. [yiciwiiies CaAe SaJe Room 25 — Left Row, j. to r.: L. Grimaldi, E. Rivard, J. Savard. Second Row: D. Richards, K. Habershaw, S. Seriva. Third Row: P. Rowan, N. Reynolds, J. Rankin. Fourth Row: P. Samson. A. Tuttle, S. Roberts. Standing, 1. to r.: G. Riley, K. Reed, N. Robinson, L. Gourlet, L. Richards. H. Sherman. Room 27 — First Row, right, . to r.: V. Pickering, N. Peirce, L. Nerney, M. Rahbitt. Second Row: J. Poirier. J. Perry, S. .Morriseau, P. Haliday. Third Row: S. Paquette, R. Phipps, K. Phippen, D. Johnston. Fourth Row: C. Poirier, E. Goyette, P. Mullens, L. Grzenda. Standing, I. to r.: T. Perry, S. Parks, G. Nixon. 81 I ' I Room 17 — Right Row: F. Lembo, M. Levesque, R. Lilien. Second Row: S. Lockwood, S. Low- man, J. Lynch, J. Morriseau. Third Row: A. Moore, M. Montgomery, D. Melanson, F. Meana, R. McGuire. Fourth Row: E. McCormick, M. McCarthy, R. Memn, R. Jones, R. Haggerty. Fifth Row: E. Hart, J. Hyland, J. Grygalonis, R. Hall. Standing, 1. to r.: W. Hanson, S. Leavitt, K. LeQair, R. Landry, P. Laliberte, T. Leary, J. Hedgdon, K. Leary, B. Morin, S. Larsen, E. Lockhart, R. Hindle, J. Lindgren. freshmen 1965 Room 4 — Right Row, front to back: S. Tobey, R. Griswald, Joanne Vegiard. Second Row: D. Wil- cock, B. Vanness. Third Row: L. Watson, F. Zielinski. Fourth Row: L. Swearingen, G. Swenson. Fifth Row: D. Johnson, Gi Stevens. Sixth Row: S. Stearns. Standing, 1. to r.: 0. Webber, P. Stetson, J. Hodgdon, P. Johnson, P. Storer, N. Svendson, M. Gould, D. Wain, D. Suvall, T. West, L. Stack, R. Stack, L. Kinney, D. Wilkie. Room 23 — Right Row: R. Dufault, J. Cote, S. Gehrung, L. Giaccoppo, L. Gihhons, D. Gaudette. Second Row: J. Fong, J. R. Fontaine, J. S. Fontaine, G. Foster, B. Frobel, J. Fuller. Third Row: G. Fisher, S. Feeney, W. Fernald, L. Ferrante, B. Fish. Fourth Row: D. Caurdron, R. Duffary, E. Dupras, J. Enos. Fifth Row: A. Desautel. Standing, 1. to r.: L. Dargis, J. Cote, P. Desilets, T. Desilets, T. Corrigan, B. Daggett. F. Ericson, D. Cleveland. J. Gones, D. Gardner, L. Gardner, E. DiRenzo. Room 13 — First Row, 1. to r.: J. Beaulieu, R. Beaulieu, N. Bedard, R. Beety, R. Bellavance, R. Clark, H. Bennetti, N. Buckley. Second Row: D. Bibby, D. Blaisdell, H. Boardman, K. Booth, A. Boule, K. Brown, R. Brown, L. Buell. Third Row: M. Carr, K. Cavalieri, P. Chabot, C. Charron, K. Burke, C. Cheetham, J. Cheney, L. Choiniere, B. Collins, J. Col- vin, K. Cook, T. Conroy, R. Corrigan, C. Augat. Fourth Row: R. Johnson, J. Jackson, F. Holbrook, D. Johnson. Standing: C. Caldwell, S. Robinson, B. Church, G. Brown, B. Bishop, W. Bellavance, D. Cochrane, J. Bryer, E. Baier, R. Barber, B. Babbitt, B. Babbitt, J. Clarner, B. Anderson, L. Abel, R. Arsenault, R. Arena, R. Beech, D. Alger, E. Charlebois. Room 3 — First Row, 1. to r.: D. Seaman, G. Seaman, W. Spooner, S. Smith, D. Greenhalgh, A. Paquette. Second Row: E. Snedeker, K. Norman, A. Howard, B. Samsom, E. Sickinger, D. Pinsonault. Third Row: R. Pinsonault, T. McNally, T. Reed. Standing: D. Rioux, D. Poirier, D. Rivard, A. Sandlsmd, R. Paine, S. Perkoski, T. Rockett, J. Peterson, K. Nelson, G. Ozias, J. Ruest, L. Parker, R. Roberts, N. Savard, J. Jerault, L. Smith, M. Skolski, R. Petrillo. 83 aT ' h i|: ■W " , ‘ • _; - =— % ixNi y . ' r ,. ;v " 5 »M 3nt3r — — !Pfl5nK»w.. , AMATEUR RADIO CLUB Since the Amateur Radio Club’s incorporation, it has de- veloped a first-rate program of activities. In mid- January the club received its amateur call letters, KLVEC, and it will soon be on 40 meter CW shouting CQ to all those that listen. The club has weekly code practice sessions, and is affiliated with local CD RACES group. ALFRED J. SLOWE, Advisor The Audio Visual Club cov- ers a wide range of services satis- fying the needs of lighting, sound equipment and visual aids. The club provides the equipment and operators for the school I shows, basketball games, and movies. The club obtains films for general science, physics, biology, social subjects, and guidance. Other visual aids such as film- ' strips and projections, and slides are stored and cared for by the I club. A complete filmstrip li- I brary was provided for the . school’s supplementary needs. 86 First Row, 1. to r.: P. Danesi, C. La Chance, S. Wood, E. McGowan, A. M. Sarazin. Second Row, 1. to r.: J. Connor, D. Carpenter, G. Belaski, C. Edwards, K. Bouchard. L. to T.: D. Johnson, P. Danesi, D. Seaman, D. Simpson, S. Gilbert, J. Howard, R. Jones. AUDIO VISUAL CLUB ALFRED J. SLOWE Advisor I i I I i w I The Camera Club, a new or- ganization started and advised by Mr. Donald Girard, is striving to establish an organized program for the school’s photographic needs. Under a new govern- ment grant, the club bas obtained new photographic equipment to furnish the photo lab. Although the club has a few veteran pho- tographers, the majority of the members are working to familiar- ize themselves with the field of photography. MR. DONALD GIRARD Advisor MR. WALTER RUTKOWSKI Advisor Mr. Rutkowski has trans- formed the Art Club into a vi- brant, well-run organization whose purpose is to give art students an opportunity to develop their talents. The various posters ad- vertising North’s activities are proof of Mr. Rutkowski’s stimu- lating personage. ART CLUB wd ■ First Row, 1. to r.: A. Scott, M. Kelleher, D. Leary, B. Tourigny, P. Marcinkoski, S. Holbrook. Second Row: S. Smith, M. Coogan, L. Desmaris, K. Darelius, V. Pickering. Third Row: D. Briggs, D. Greenhalgh, S. Steams, B. Dion, S. Holbrook, F. Manchester. CAMERA CLUB Within a few years, this organization will be equipped to do the majority of the school’s photographic work and will become a real service club. First Row, 1. to r.: J. Jutras, C. Masterson, S. Tbibeault, E. George, S. Siiaw. Second Row: C. Page, P. Bunipus, C. Peczynski, D. Corbett, H. Bennetti. 87 CAREER CLUB - 1 . • The Career Club, a new student-run or- ganization, gathers in- formation concerning various occupations and disperses its findings to the students. Through the efforts of its members, the Club helps to broaden the occupational scope of the student body. Mr. Kenney, mechanical drawing teacher, is faculty advisor for the group. i Left to right: S. Robinson, M. Coogan, J. Peterson, T. Lynch, L. Claupin, P. McGuire, G. Ozias, K. Nel- son, J. Hammond. MR. JOSEPH KENNEY Advisor I MR. MYRON REIMER Advisor CHESS CLUB The Chess Club, now in its second year of operation, has as its main activity competitions among the members during its morning and afternoon meetings. New members are instructed in the rules of the game and tutored by more experienced players. In the future, the club hopes to establish to-urnaments between various neighboring schools for advanced players. First Row, I. to r.: L. Grimaldi, E. DeRenzo, J. Nelson, B. Ryan, D. Paton, K. Sargent, K. Bouchard, D. Corbett. Second Row: C. Augat, R. DiFiore, S. Robinson, D. MacNamara, J. Cabral, J. Galvin, S. Desmarais, K. Gulski, R. Carpenter. Third Row: R. Grzenda, J. Lindgren, J. Peterson, M. Coogan, R. Osterberg, M. Vanbever, G. De- Blois, P. Federovich, K. Nelson. Fourth Row: J. Ogni, G. Plante, G. Ozias, E. Wilshire, T. Lynch, N. Swaine, M. DeMarco, R. Bellavance. 88 The French Club was organized with the intent of providing a place out- side the classroom where interested students could speak and enjoy the French language. They went caroling at Christ- mas, participated in the variety show, and have seen several French movies and plays. LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS First Row, 1. to r.; G. DeBlois, R. Nelson, G. Chahot, G. Grant, E. Forbes, P. MacDuff, P. Federovich. Sec- ond Row, 1. to r.: K. Gubki, C. Watts, C. Jette, S. Lanthier, J. Wood, D. Knowles. Third Row, 1. to r.: L. Johnson, S. DeBlois, P. Byrnes, D. Breault, J. Narkiewiez, L. Ralph, J. Stafford, C. Peczynski. Fourth Row: J. Ouimet, C. Lamire, L. Benoit, D. Walden, S. Kelleher, L. Oullette. GERMAN CLUB First Row, 1. to r.: K. Connelly, J. Bryer, E. Snedeker. Second Row, I. to r.: M. Van Beaver, J. West, K. Cook, A. Pinsoneault. Third Row: C. Costigan, N. Swaine, F. Megnar, D. Pinsoneault. Standing: M. A. Azarian, B. Frobet, D. Rioux, K. Sargent, K. Nelson. The German Club formed two years ago to enable the German students to engage in active experiences outside the classroom. This year Mr. Sil- yerstein’s personal slides of a trfp to Germany were shown so that the students could be- come more familiar with life in Germany. The program al- lows the students to engage in a portion of German life by learning popular German songs and attending the annual Tri- voli festival in Boston. First Row, left to right: L. Cheetham, M. Smith, A. Cruickshank, J. Hale. Second Row, 1. to r.; S. Raby, M. J. Reilly, M. A. McAdams, R. Clavette, P. Stevens, M. Schmitt. I GeadersJizp: i ie to uic e without cfominance. Gharacter: t e entire estimate a person. Service: t£e per rmance of a tasj for i£e Benefit of anotAer. oAo arsAip: tAe enjoyment an(f aSiAty of acc uiriny AnoivAcAye. MRS. LYDIA SNYDER Advisor The object of the National Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholar- ship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote -worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character in the pupils of North Attleboro High School. During the year the Honor Society, under the supervision of Mrs. Lydia Snyder, faculty advisor, was very busy with various activities: a dance held in November called “Rock Around the Clock,” ushering at the Open House, revision of its con- stitution, presentation of a new Massachusetts state flag to the school, and the induction of new members. 90 LIBRARIANS The student librarians work during homeroom and study periods to help the students by locating and checking books and keeping the shelves in order. Under the direction of Miss Erv- ing, these students help to make the library a smooth-running in- tegral part of the school. MISS MARY IRVING Advisor and Librarian First Row, 1. to r.; V. Davis, F. Manchester, N. Henry. Second Row: D. Grant, R. Candelet, B. McAdams, R. Cote, R. Nelson. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CLU MR. JOSEPH KENNEY Advisor The main object of the Engi- neering Club is to help prepare stu- dents who wish to work in the field of engineering, mechanical drawing, and drafting. Members solve prob- lems pertaining to spatial relations, thus developing a common sense approach to descriptive geometry First Row, 1. to r.: J. Stevens, J. Comey, R. Collard, A. Cruickshank, R. Hood, E. Gaudreau, R. Letourneau. Second Row, 1. to r.: D. Megna, P. Bumpus, C. Edwards, J. Anderson, D. Mathurin, J. Nelson. i I RED CAP First Row, 1. to r.: M. Stevens, G. MacDonald, P. Marcoullier, N. Poirier, K. Precourt, K. Costigan, B. Tourigny, M. Chace. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Clavette, M. A. McAdams, G. Candelet, J. Clancy, J. Harris, S. Wood, P. Anderson, B. Bishop, P. Rickard, J. West’ R. Carpenter, P. Burns, M. Fish. CIRCLE: Seated, 1. to r.: M. William, L. Kelly, Ad- visor, Karen Precourt, Co- editor. Standing: Neal Poirier, Co-editor. The Red Cap, co-edited by Karen Precourt and Neal Poir- ier, has been faithfully pub- lished every month. With Mr. William Kelly, as advisor, the paper has given the student body many hours of reading en- joyment. Each month, a mem- ber of the faculty and one of the secretaries have been interviewed, better acquainting the students with the school personnel. All the social events, fashions, sports, and important individual accomplishments have been thoroughly covered. This year, the Red Cap had a new attraction — the title RED CAP was printed in red let- ters for the first time. Row, 1. to r.: S. Guise, C. Costigan, P. McCarthy, D. Paton. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Phipps, V. Davis, A. DeMeo, K. Connelly, L. Swearingen. 92 STUDENT COUNCIL CIRCLE: Officers — First Row, 1. to r.: E. McGowan, Secretary, Mr. Thomas Joy, Advisor, L. Wilson, Treasurer. Second Row, 1. to r.: W. Richards, Vice-Presi- dent, B. Ryan, President, J. Nel- son, Sergeant-at-Arms. First Row, 1. to r.: J. Nelson, E. McGowan, B. Ryan, G. MacDonald, W. Richards, P. Watson, E. Bourgeois, M. Richards, D. Lockwood, P. Federovich, J. Hale, M. Brennan, S. Wood. The purpose of the Student Council is to improve relations be- tween the students and the faculty, while assisting them both in their endeavors to improve the school. The Council provided non-profit bus service to the football games and supplied students with shakers and pins. It organized a complete canvass of the town and school, raising Sl,200 for the purchase of jackets for our victorious co- champion football team. During this year student-faculty relations were most friendly due to the efforts of the council members to insure good will on both sides. First Row, 1. to r.: M. Gould, C. Estey, D. Lockwood, D. Baton, G. Kapolchok. Second Row: P. McCarthy, T. Perry, L. Grimaldi, K. Nelson, M. Coogan, G. Fisher, J. Clamer. 93 RADIO NEWS CLUB I ■! First Row, 1. to r.: M. J. Riley, G. MacDonald, M. A. McAdams, S. Reilly, V. Mullen. Seconi Row. 1. to r.: R. St. Pierre, J. Howard, F. Caswell, R. Jones, K. Bouchard. With the co-operation of radio station W ' ARA in Attle- boro, the members of the News Club prepare and tape weekly broadcasts. Many interesting news features, musical groups, and personal interviews have been taped for the Tuesday pro- gram. MR. ALFRED J. SLOWE Advisor The Science Club was or- ganized to give interested stu- dents a place of advanced study. The club took field trips to ' the Boston Science Museum, the Har- vard Museum, and visited the research centers of several firms in this area. MR. RICHARD BRASSARD Advisor SCIENCE CLUB First Row, 1. to r.: C. Poirier, J. Fong, L. Abel, L. Grzenda. Second Row, 1. to r.: J. Howard, A. Sliz, S. MacKay, J. Stafford, S. Paquette, M. Bedard, L. Giacoppo, A. Moore. Third Row, 1. to r.: S. Thibeault, R. Hood, A. Pinsoneault, J. Narkiewicz, P. Bumpus, C. laconis. t : 94 MUSIC Kneeling: J. Norteman, twirler K. Whalen, J. Gaudreau First Row, 1. to r.: D. Wilcock, D. Dillon, M. Dwyer, L. Austin, B. Cronin, H. Boardinan, L. Swearingen, R. Jones, F. Gerring, R. Daggett, D. White, J. Brennan, L. Deveroux, W. Johnson, D. Foster, C. Cornish, R. Arsenault. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Bellavance, W. Clark, L. Abel, L. DeGraft, I. Desautel, M. Curtis, K. Dareluis, B. Beach, R. Plante, W. Roberts, S. Tobey, K. Skitt, S. Smith, L. Roderick, H. Webb, D. Bibby, D. Wilkie, D. Altman, W. Hanson. Third Row, 1. to r.: P. Lyle, G. Forbes, B. Frobel, D. Seaman, D. Bellavance, K. Cook, W. Bar- ton, R. Hood, A. Foster, D. Lockhart, J. St. Pierre, E. Gaudreau, S. Metz, P. Darelius, W. Lovely, G. Seaman, J. Kriegel. One of the band’s formations: the state of Massachusetts during “Hey, Look Me Over.’’ The North Attleboro High School Band has greatly contributed its musical talents in adding color to many rallies, football games, and parades held this year. Under the direction of Mr. Ronald Christianson, this organization offers an opportunity for musically inclined students to perform publicly. The band has received an A-rating at every music festi- val and is a feature of the annual music review. 96 MAJORETTES i 1 t ■I j I H il The Majorettes, a group of seven girls, are chosen from the Drill Team because of their exceptional twirling and marching ability. Under the baton of Cherylann Galasso, they participate in the half-time activities of the football games, and also at the Music Review and Music Festival. JUDY HALE, Lieut. CAROLE LEGER, Lieut. PRISCILLA STEVENS MARY ANNE AZARIAN MARY JANE RILEY 97 I The Drill Team per- forms regularly with the marching band during half-time at the football games. Its 35 members are chosen from High School girls who display ability at marching and twirling. Under the di- rection of Captain Betty Angell, it also participates with the band in parades, the Music Festival and the Music Review. DRILL TEAM First Row, 1. to r.; I. Valade, S. Mahoney, M. DeMarco, V. Whalen, D. MacAdams, N. Swaine, V. Mullen, S. Kelleher, C. Colburn, E. Bourgeois. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Clarke, N. Pierce, S. Althens, M. A. Vanbeaver, J. Galvin, R. Fournier, K. Connelly, L. Desmaris, D. Maroinkow- ski. Third Row, 1. to r.: S. Ralph, E. DeBlois, L. Ouelette, S. Robertson, S. McKay, P. Quan- strom, K. Pike, C. Lachance. Fourth Row, 1. to r.: C. Caldwell, L. Gourlay, S. Gehrung, V. Gates, S. Morriseau, S. Leavitt, N. Buckley, D. Richards. I i COLOR GUARD M. A. McAdams, M. Schmitt, G. Greenhalgh, K. Gulski, M. Richards, S. Thibeuult, B. Coch- rane, P. Ralph, J. Clancy, G. Dupelle. BETTE ANGELL Head MARY ANN McADAMS Captain The Color Guard, an- other band unit, is the youngest addition to the half-time activities, pa- rades, festivals, and re- views. The ten members, under Captain Mary Ann McAdams, are responsible for the display and respect of the American, State, and School flags at these activities. I A Tribute to Mr. “C” MK. RONALD CHRISTIANSON WIND ENSEMBLE Mr. Ronald Christianson, director of music at North Attleboro High School, is directly resjronsible for the many activities of his eight musical units. The fine performances of these groups are of credit to his long hours and almost infinite patience with several hundred students. Mr. ‘‘C” can be seen running around the field almost every homeroom period in the fall directing his hand, majorettes, drill team, and color guard. Several afternoons a week, he holds re- hearsals for the A Capj)ella choir. .Also, he manages to direct the Dance Band in preparation for assemblies, and the Wind Ensemble. .After the football season, he organizes the Glee Club, and begins their preparation for the Spring Concert. In the spring, he can he found on the field or in the hand-room ])re|)aring many of these groups for the Music Festival. His success is evident in their excel- lent ratings. .After the festival, the highlight of the school music ac- tivities. the Spring Concert, is held under his direction. In recognition of all these contributions, we extend to Mr. “C. " our director and friend, our warmest appreciation. First Row, I. to r.: R. .Arsenault, D. Dillon, D. Wilcock, C. Cornisli, L. .Austin, D. Foster, B. Daggett. Second Row, 1. to r.: R. Jones, B. Lovely, L. Swearingen, R. Bellavance, B. Clark, J. Kriegel, R. Dagett. Foster, R. Hood. Sianding: D. Altman, P. .MacDuff, D. Wilkie, B. Frohel, D. Bellavance, E. Gaudreau, . Johnson, S. .Metz, K. Skitt, G. Seaman, B. Barton, S. Smith, D. Seaman, S. Tobey, D. Lockhart, B. Roberts, K. Cook, D. White, B. Ware. The Witid Ensemble meets once a week for rehearsal, and appears at the Spring Concert and Music Fes- tivals. The membership is composed of upperclass bandmen. The different percussion instruments used by this group have delighted its audiences at each performance. 99 DANCE BAND If Directed by Stephen Smith, and supervised by Mr. Christianson, the Dance Band begins to practice in Au- gust, and continues once a week throughout the school year. The band has enter- tained this year at a PTA dinner, a school dance, the variety show and assemblies. Each year, they partici- pate in the Spring Concert and Music Festival. 1 Seated, 1. to r.: D. Dillon, B. Clark, R. Hood, R. Bellavance, J. Kriegel, D. Bellevance. Standing, 1. to r.: W. Barton, W. Johnson, K. Skitt, E. Washburn, R. Jones, S. Smith, G. Seaman. GLEE CLUB The Glee Club, led by Mrs. Christianson, has a membership of one hundred and fifteen girls, each auditioned and placed into one of three voice groups. The members are trained to sing two and three part songs. The Glee Club holds weekly rehearsals and performs at the Spring Concert. 100 I A CAPPELLA CHOIR First Row, 1. to r.: V. Gates, D. AJtman, C. Colbourn, M. Dwyer, I. Desautel, S. Althens, D. Bellevance, M. J. Riley, P. McCarthy. Second Row: S. Manson, L. Larochelle, C. Sweich, L. Johnson, E. Washhum, D. White, G. Greenhalgh, D. Lockwood, J. Hale, L. Cheetham. Third Row; N. Miller, M. A. Azarian, C. Galasso, M. Smith, V. Mullen, B. Bristol, J. Brennan, N. Swaine, B. Angell, P. MacDuff. Missing: M. Brennan. I I I I First Sopranos: S. Althens D. Altman D. Bellevance C. Colhurn I. Desautel M. Dwyer V. Gates P. McCarthy M. J. Riley Second Sopranos: M. Brennan L. Cheetham G. Greenhalgh J. Hale L. Johnson L. Larochelle D. Lockwood S. Manson C. Sweich E. yashhurn D. White Altos: B. Angell M. A. Azarian J. Brennan B. Bristol C. Galasso P. MacDuff N. Miller V. Mullen M. Smith N. Swaine The A Cappella Choir of North Attleboro High School, under the direction of Mr. Ronald Christianson, is one of the school’s most active organizations. Rehears- ing twice weekly, the choir has obtained A ratings in state-wide competitions. For regular activities, the choir takes part in the Spring Concert, the Music Festival, and in most of the school’s assemblies. The annual visit to Sturdy Memorial Hospital was again made by the choir this year during the Christmas Season. RONALD CHRISTIANSON Director 101 ' : A THLETICS LI ■ • MR. MARX. Head Coach NAHS 14 NAHS.. 14 NAHS 22 NAHS 30 NAHS - 8 NAHS 18 NAHS .12 NAHS 0 NAHS 7 Fairhaven 0 Durfee 19 New Bedford 0 Taunton 6 Coyle 6 Milford 6 Dartmouth 14 Mansfield 8 Attleboro 6 CO-CAPTAIN. NEAL POIRIER CO-CAPT. JACK HARRIS Hrst Row, 1. to T.: T. Maloney, R. Poirier, B. Ryan, J. Harris, N. Poirier, W. St. Lawrence, R. Candelet, T. Schmidt, R. Horton.. Second Row: R. Collard, C. Cerrone, D. Adinolfi, B. Richards, M. Bergevine, K. Phipps, B. Brockway, K. O’Donnell, B. McKeon, T. Stoltz, T. Whidden, B. Candelet, A. Cruickshank. Thud Row: R. Forbes, L. Perkoski, T. Mullen, D. Paquette,- J. Stafford, D. Stevens, C. laconis, J. Connor, D. Roberson, L. Cerrone. 104 R. POIRIER Fullback SENIOR SQUAD MEMBERS BROCKWAY Tackle HARRIS Halfback CRUICKSHANK Halfback CANDELET Guard HORTON End MALONEY Center N. POIRIER Quarterback RYAN Halfback STAFFORD Guard WE WANT A TOUCHDOWN! A THANKSGIVING VICTORY WINNER OF THE BALFOUR TROPHY- NEAL POIRIER TOM SCHMIDT 41ECBIVES “THE “TIT PASS basketball CAPT. NEAL POIRIER L. to r.: P. Danesi, B. Brockway, R. Larson, G. Deblois, K. Phipps, C. Sherman, J. Harris, Capt. N. Poirier, S. Metz, B. Richards, T. Schmidt, F. Wodciehowski, J. Stafford ,- Coach Rick Sapienza. The basketball team coached by Mr. Sapienza and led by Cap- tain Neal Poirier held its own in this year’s all powerful Bristol County League. It is rewarding to win games, but it is even more rewarding to play for the game’s enjoyment. First Row, 1. to r.: G. Norton, S. Chase, B. Chizook, R. Rohitaille, B. Butler, J. Ruest. Second Row: S. Rohinson, D. Robertson, T. Whidden, L. DiFiore, K. Shweinshaut, F. Ger- ring, K. O’Donnell, P. LeClair, D. Haggerty, Coach Rioux. J.V. COACH MR. RIOUX VARSITY COACH MR. SAPIENZA JOHN HARRIS Guard BRUCE BROCKWAY Center NEAL POIRIER Guard Steve Metz makes a valiant try against Voke. SENIOR TEAM MEMBERS JAMES STAFFORD Forward REGINALD LARSOnI Forward mm iMm BRUCE BROCKWAY Captain First Row, 1. to r.: P. Ruggio, S. Metz, S. Robinson, R. Ferreira, G. Stevens, R. Daggett, T. Mullen, G. Candelet, J. Stafford, J. Kriegel. Second Row: L. Perkoski, J. Howard, J. Harris, D. Robertson, R. Candelet, N. Poirier, B. Brockway, R. St. Pierre, J. Ryan, W. Clark, G. Norton, T. Schmidt, W. Richards, Coach A. .Sapienza. Track, still in its early stages at North High, has progressed steadily during its short history. Mr. Rioux, in his first year as coach, and Mr. Reed Morse, a veteran of the sport, have contributed to the team’s progress, and have helped to establish track as one of the most popular sports at N.A.H.S. The baseball team was under the di- rection of Mr. Louis D. Kelley this year. Mr. Kelley has long been the boys’ gym teacher and has done a fine job as coach of the team. A large number of boys are interested in this sport, and try out each vear. First Row, 1. to r.: K. Bouchard, R. Carpenter, R. Butler, S. Chace, T. Whidden, G. DeBlois, W. Chizook, N. Poirier. Second Row: J. Harris, A. Cruickshank, K. Phipps, K. O’Donnell, T. Schmidt, C. Sherman, W. Richards, Coach L. Kelley. T OUR MEGAPHONE OE CHEERLEADERS Pamela McCarthy Anne Marie Sarazin Sandra Tharl Eileen McGowan Jane Wilson Rosemary Mathurin Gayle Pierce Susan Wood Marion Smith, Head “We’ve got a great team and we’re going to shout it” School spirit hit a new high this year under the leadership of the N.A.H.S. cheerleaders. Their overall enthusiasm and peppy cheers have been displayed on the football field, the basketball court, and in the gym at rallies. Origi- nality was stressed in the presenta- tion of the Thanksgiving Day Rally at which time Hilda, the Turkey, and the North High Rock- et were introduced. Under the su- pervision of Miss Mansfield, the girls sponsored a successful stag dance in the Fall. JANE WILSON 113 ROPES TRAM ? Mary Ann Pat Bonnie Under the direction of Miss Eliza- Marion Smith Habershaw Watson O’Leary beth Mansfield, Girls’ Physical Education Director BALANCE BEAM Nancy Henry Karen Darelius — 1 ARCHERY Donna Tingley Lee Cheetham TEN Mary Ann McAdams BADMIN Beverly Magnan BOWLING Pauline Parenteau Angell ,0N Hoyce King MODERN DANCE Marsha Stevens RINGS Sandra Althens GYMNASTICS 5th Period Gym Class SOFTBALL 5th Period Gym Class Jane Wilson BASKETBALL Gail Mary Anne Azarian MacDonald Brenda James BOOSTERS Joanne Margaret Rabbitt Sue-Ellen Louanne Shirl and Army Nancy Lou Norm and Judy Carol S. Donna Mr. Prendergast Joel A. Jeff Mrs. Snyder Larry and Sheila Woodie Gail MacDonald Elaine “Zeke” “Coogie” and Mary Anne Sandee V-Necker Polly Carolyn Do-B-Dick Suzanne “Sara” “Sams” and Mary Bonnie Ron, Candy and , “Jet” Phil Marcinkowsli Jeff and Rae Elaine and Ray otaii. Jr. Kurt A1 Judy and Alan Candy and Sandy Nick and Carol Kathi Pink “Moe” Mrs. Dawson, R.N. Jackie and Kim “Nels” Miss Mansfield Wild Bill “Trud” Eagle The Fink Mary Ann M. Beryl F ranees Mary Betty Lynda Peterson Feather Patch and Sandee Gumbi Denise and A1 Bruce and Kathy Pat Jr. Chowder G.A.B. L. and J. Craig and June Eleanor Stanley and Joan Jack and Joan John “Spider” “Sy” and Kelley Mary Jane Muliie Judy and Ed Sandy Fran and Bill Babe and Art Rorry Judy and Ronnie Berta Karen Mary Ann Mother Owl Chicken Hawk Pat and Don Merry Bruce and Lee A Tired Editor Llncle Ralph Ann C. Barbara B. Kenny B. Royanne P. Lynda and Bob Donna Chester Kathy Nolan Lorraine Moore Patsy Kinnie Roberta Bill Mike Bob Bennett Chewed Donna Jo Joe Cabrea Janet Marty Tim Leturn Hard Miss Olechna Bobby Candy Bugsy Pat and Jerry Carol Patty Barbara Connie’ Sandy Mr. Bevilaqua Mr. Kelly :Ting; Wendy “Sara” “Sam” Jean “Rosie” “Ozzie” Larry and Pauline Bill Dunn Giant Diane Herman Linda and Dicky Blackie Charlie Marge and A1 “Twitzle” Queenie and Punky Me Jay and Gayle Celeste Fran George K. Kathy Henry Peterson Don and Pam Paul Kev and Ginny Ed “Alfie” Mrs. Connor BOOSTERS Gary and Elaine Jimmy and Carol Denny and Sandy Greg Grade Goldie Darlene Helen Sheparo Anything Karen Finn Grant Duff Kathy Fied “Spot” Marilyn Lorraine LaRochelle Gerry Kenny Craig Bousquet George Aussant Patrice Lumumba Sandy Sue Elaine Jan and Joe Linda T. Cheryl Nanci Jean and Dean Roger Landry Sally and Susan Pat and Paul Ed Larson Corliss Ronnie Lyons Tony Levesque Runt Ginny Sootie Pat Bert and Chris Derry Kathy Ali — Patch Ron Louie Boh and Mag Kenney Tony and Wendy “the Seminar” Kathy Diane Richards “Krieg” “Crook” Ed and Judy Addy and Saber Kathy Jim’Bryer “Buzz” Denny Love, “me” Little Giant Cousin Nikita Barbara A. Burns Mom and Dad Charlie and Brenda Lou and Ed Gregory Tommy and Carol Joyce Browning Linda Claupin Russ Gail Chris Cliff Bob Comey Debbie Lockwood Carol Sandy Cindy and Tommy Carol and Jerry Snacker and Carol Phil Tommy and Wakda Jane B. Otto Goody Rat Marty Lin Boppin Bob Nimo Jimmy and Jackie Mary and Ernie Landlady’s Daughter Linda and Joe Linda DeGrafft’ Linda and Joe Judy and Butch Lianne T. C. Fred i Lynne Georgette A1 Elton Baril Alice Desautel B-Bill Janie and George Kendra Snacker Doug Frat Lois Sue Robertson Phyllis Rowan Suzanne Paquette Jane Perry Vail Pickering Terry Tracy Desilets Edith Linda Pat lafrate Diane and Sue Sue and Diane John Armell Lynn Mary Joyce Dick COLLECTORS Mary Anne Alan Azarian Cruickshank 1 1 7 Biierart Siajf TlCarsha S eaens, Cjcfi or Under the patient direction of Marsha Stevens, the literary staff of the 1962 year- book has furnished all the personal para- graphs beneath the sen- ior pictures, and the write-ups of the club section. The members have given unselfishly of their free time to meet the various deadlines. Their main objective has been to increase the literary value of “The Northern Light.” Sitting, 1. to r.: P. Stevens, D. Spencer, K. Costigan, B. Tourigny, M. J. Riley. Standing: M. McMahon, B. O’Leary, N. Miller, T. Maloney, M. Stevens, R. Horton, J. Hale, C. Galasso, B. McAdams. ILa( ou Jiruce ancf o()er{ S . J ierre C c i ors The Layout Staff draws out the plans for each individual page of the yearbook on specially prepared layout sheets, identi- fies people in photo- graphs, and aids in various other set-up problems. This year’s staff was led by Bruce Ry- an and Robert St. Pierre. Sitting: S. DiFiore, D. Leary, M. A. Habershaw, C. Ceetham, J. Robinson. Standing; A. Paquette, R. Cotter, B. James, B. St. Pierre, B. Bristol, V. Mullen, R. Candelet. OPPOSITE PAGE: t. to r.. First Row: S. DePriest, M. A. Azarian, E. Sherman, S. Althens. Second Row: M. Chace, G. Candelet, M. Stevens. Third Row: R. St. Pierre, S. Raby, B. Ryan. Fourth Row: G. MacDonald, M. Brennan, J. Kriegel, S. E. Reilly. The Photography Assistants carried out many of the tasks of planning the superlatives, arranging picture schedules, and assisting the photographer. The smoothness of their work is of credit to their ability. 7 20 o ap ly O ssjs anh Sue Ellen Reilly and Gail MacDonald CircuJah ' on The three circulation managers collected orders from the student body and faculty. Their success may be measured by the large percentage of additional books sold this year. Richard L. Brassard Of course it is customary for a staff to be grate- ful to its advisor. However, we feel we owe you much ' i more than a stereotyped “Thank You.” Without your 1 p ability to smooth our way, we would have found our r difficulties insurmountable. a , 1 cfveriisinp c5 £Z ohn yCrie e ancf Sancfra Cjcfiiors Standing: J. Kreigel, S. DePriest. First Row, 1. to r.: G. Nelson, D. Foster, T. Beauchamp, B. Bishop, J. Grimaldi, C. Leger, K. Whalen, } fifi L. Breed. Second Row: C. Edwards, R. Daggett, R. Bernier, L. Grimaldi, G. Budjinski, S. Holbrook, J. Cloutier, S. Holbrook, F. Caswell, , Coe K. Schweinshaut, B. Magnan, J. Mauthurin. A ; The Advertising Staff has pages. emphasized photographs and new layouts in this year’s advertising. Their success is evident in the following 120 Mary Anne Azarian It is not very often that a person volunteers for many of the odd, time-consuming tasks involved in producting a yearbook when no particular honor will result. For performing many of these tasks without any credit, we would like to bestow upon you, Mary Anne, the title of our “very special assistant.” Mary Ann and Ronnie L. to r., B. Angell, J. Cicerone, .S. Althens, M. Schmitt, R. Jones, F. Man- chester. 7iusiness Suzanne fi hr First Row, 1. to r.; S. Raby, R. Morse, D. Tingley, J. Long, J. Langton, D. Gaboury, J. Janci. Second Row: F. Cianfarani, M. West, B. Codeere, J. Kelly, E. Riendeau, S. Ross, P. Watson, E. Gaudreau. The work done by the Business Staff is not often evident since it is in the form of typing and after-school hours. Under the supervision of Suzanne Raby, the Business Staff has done an exceptionally fine job in these areas. 1 121 To the cafeteria workers we extend our well-fed thanks. We can not express our appreciation to you in words — only in contented sighs. areieria ers L. to r.: Mrs. R. Phippen, Mrs. A. Matthews, Mrs. A. Gehrung, Mrs. B. Hill, Head, Mr. J. Bartlett, Mrs. L. Foley, Mrs. G. Phippen, Mrs. H. LaMontagne. “THE UNSUNG HEROES " A large part of a school’s reputation rests with its custodians. It is they who keep the class- rooms neat, the halls clean, and the grounds attrac- tive. The custodians of North High perform these duties very well, but they are also friends to the stu- dent body. We’ve all talked to Fred at lunch or to Stanley after school, and Mr. Hill and Mr. Ouimet always have a ready smile. These are our “unsung heroes.” MR. R. LaMONTAGNE Head Custodian CUSTODIANS 122 Mr. S. Madejowski, Mr. H. Hill, Mr. R. Ouimet. JKemormm GEORGE A. GRZENDA 1941 — 1962 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteous- ness for his name’s sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Psalm 23: 1-4 Rl School Street Gang Mrs. Henshaw You can always tell a Halo Girl. Freckle Faces 124 i i i PURDY Photographers for the Class of 1962 367 BOYLSTON ST. BOSTON, MASS. i I 1 Congratulations to the Class of 1962 NORTH ATTLEBORO HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 1898-1962 ‘■‘VvvvCi Kurt At Bat ART ' S 3 HOUR CLEANSERS Elm St. North Attleboro Compliments of TONDREAULT AUTO SALES 620 South Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Anti-Gravitational H20 EARL C. FOSTER SON v . MICHAEL A. VIGORITO 8 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. Shell Fuel Oil Products 355 Commonwealth Ave. ATTLEBORO FALLS Falls School Gang DOW ' S " One of New England ' s Smartest Shops " 4 South Washington Street North • Slacks • Sweaters • Blouses • Coats Attleboro, Massachusetts • Lingerie • Hosiery • Slippers • Robes • Gloves • Handbags • Jewelry • Skirts • Dresses As Advertised in Seventeen, Glamour and Harper ' s Bazaar. 126 t 1 I house of mi sic NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. FULLER BOX COMPANY I Hope I Don ' t Swallow tne Whistle EDSONS GARAGE Attleborough Falls Compliments of THE FIRESIDE RESTAURANT May I Have A Lick FRANK G. HOLLBROOK INSURANCE, INC. 65 N. Washington Street N. Attleboro, Mass. Tel. MYrtle 5-6355 MANUFACTURER ' S NATIONAL BANK Congratulations to the Class of 1962 I 48 North Washington St. North Attleboro 8 Park St. Attleboro Latest Dividend Per Annum OUR HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1962 All of US here at Attleborough Savings Bank join in extending heartiest congratulations and best wishes to the 1962 graduating class at North Attleboro High. Whatever your plans for the future you will find an insured savings account at this bank can make your travels through life a lot smoother and more enjoyable. So stop by and open your ac- count real soon. ATTLEBOROUGH SAVINGS BANK Congratulations to the Class of 1962 WEBSTER COMPANY A. T. PARKER CO. Fine Silversmiths 129 ’’Yeah? " Congratulations and Best Wishes For Your Future Success McGOWAN ' S INSURANCE AGENCY North Attleboro, Mass. Best Wishes to 1962 Class From FRANK and MARGARET of F. AND M. CURTIS, INC. Real Estate Insurance at Reliable News Bureau I T ALBERT HORMAN BUILDING CONTRACTOR 141 Metcalf Road DURANT ' S SERVICE STATION Elm and East Washington Sts. North Attleboro, Mass. PHONE MY 5-9062 Congratulations COMMUNITY CLEANERS Free Pick Up and Delivery MY 9-8711 6 North Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. BERGH BROTHERS, INC. Attleboro Falls, Mass. Glamour Girls 130 1 - A FRIEND V. H. BLACKINTON CO., INC. ! f Congratulations JOE CURTIS REAL ESTATE North Attleboro, Mass. • Compliments LOUIS GRIMALDI SONS North Attleboro, Mass. 1 J WALTER EDWARDS Electrical Contractor NORTH ATTLEBORO ALICE ' S SHOP 57 No. Washington St. NORTH ATTLEBORO, MASS. Apparel for Women and Children JOSEPH A. GRIMALDI INC. HUBBARD BUSINESS SCHOOL Member New England Business College Association One-Year and Two-Year Courses Summer Session Day or Evening 212 Cottage Street PAWTUCKET PA 5-1086 R. L M. Recording Studios 79 Chestnut St. North Attleboro, Mass. " Where the finest records are made " CALL MY 9-4484 FOR APPOINTMENTS AND PRICES Best Wishes to the 1962 Class LAFAYETTE HOUSE Foxboro, Mass. iil A Miss Carole Brenda Sure Is Tall! Hey, Zeke I Hate Tall Players. 132 Compliments of W. H. RILEY SON Best Wishes From SCHOFIELD HARDWARE B L CLEANSERS Best Wishes to the Graduating Class From the Following Local Barbers: Pete ' s Barber Shop Roy ' s Barber Shop Bob ' s Barber Shop Dick ' s Barber Shop BARBER SHOP Compliments of MAGNAN TENNIS RACKET CO. Manufacturers of Tennis and Squash Rackets Compliments of Riley Brothers Lumber Company T Compliments of MILADY ' S A+tleboro Mass. Best Wishes MINUTE MAN DINER Compliments of the NORTH ATTLEBORO GAS COMPANY Congratulations to the Class of 1962 WHITING DAVIS COMPANY Tall Sue INTERBORO LAUNDRY " Your Professional Cleansers and Launderers " Best Wishes From JOHN G. GRIMALDI Whom is Sue Ellen Looking at? PLAINVILLE, MASS. TWIN ELMS RESTAURANT Route 1 1 1190 South Washington St. North Attleboro, Mass. I GERALD F. HALL. Prop. CONGRATULATIONS LIGGEH ' S DRUG STORE Compliments of MURIEL ' S FRENCHIE ' S KUM ON INNE SERVICE STATION Route 1 MacDONALD ' S MOBILE HOMES 130 E. Washington St. MY 5-9241 Compliments of WYCO CONSTRUCTION INC. ALICE THIBEAULTS MOBILE HOMES DON DENZER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Compliments ORENT BROS. North Attleboro, Mass. BALDWIN ' S Attleboro Mass. OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY L. S. PETERSON COMPANY 16 So. Washington St. THE ROME Chestnut St Route I MY 9-4041 MY 9-2931 Corridor Crowd Compliments of W. B. C. J. J. NEWBERRY CO. North Attleboro, Mass. NORMA ' S BEAUTY SALON Compliments of REID ' S APPLIANCES Congratulations FRAN ' S DAIRY BAY STATE MARINE SUPPLY Congratulations NORTH END BATES LACE, INC. SUPER MARKET Un Professeur It ' s O.K., Trude ' s Having a Fit. Best of Luck From A. M. FLYING " A " Service With a Smile HOMER-ALDEN CO. MERVIN C. GAY 304 High Street North Attleboro Asphalt Paving Contractor Tel. MYrtle 9-8540 Compliments of RED ROCK DINER R. BLACKINGTON CO. Best of Luck From j LEGIONAIRES DRUM BUGLE CORPS. North Attleboro, Mass. Lillian Laliberte, Mgr. ” BARBER ELECTRIC MFG. CO., INC. !• ¥ SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. i It GEORGE C. FORGET SONS SERVICE STATION Tel. MY 5-9021 704 Kelley Blvd. — N. Attleboro MINER ' S FURNITURE CO. North Attleboro RALPH R. SMITH SON JUANITA ' S BEAUTY SALON 19 Elm St., North Attleboro MY 9-2872 HI-LO MEAT MARKET WALTER H. MURPHY Wallpaper — Paint Compliments of CAPODANNO ' S Compliments of JEWELED CROSS COMPANY Mr. President 1 + 2 + 3 = MILLER ' S Depar+ment Store Best Wishes BASSETT ' S BAKERY INC. Established 1933 WESTERN AUTO JERRY ' S WATCH SERVICE L C. RONDEAU TRAILER SALES U. S. Route I Best Wishes TRI-BORO FINANCE CO. North Attleboro, Mass. STANDARD CHAIN ACHIN ' S COMPANY, INC. SERVICE STATION 137 Friends to the End in r Peek-A-Boo Bouncy Sneakers BOX COMPANY Main Office Attleboro Falls, Mass. Mailing Boxes • Fancy Boxes • Displays (ij ,r Compliments of MORSE RECORD HOP — Now in Our Sixth Year — NORTH ATTLEBORO CHRONICLE COMPANY FALL ' S SHOPPING CENTER JANE DALE MODEL AGENCY Announcing Summer and Fall Self-Improvement Classes 1385 Louisquissett Pike Lincoln, R. 1. DOROTHY MFG. CO. Compliments of i GORDON ' S DAIRY BAR I m DONLEY MFG. CO. No. Attleboro, Mass. R.D.C. M.A.M. S.I.R. R.LB. JOLLY CHOLLY Ice Cream Hamburgers Pizza ROUTE I NORTH ATTLEBORO Bathing Beauties 139 QUALITY OPTICAL PRODUCTS For the Consumer For the Profession A Progressive Company A Good Place to Work jlCemonam GEORGE A. GRZENDA Large was his bounty, and his soul sincere; Heaven did a recompense as largely send : He gave to Misery all he had, a tear, He gained from Heaven, ’twas all he wish’d, a friend. — Thomas Gray OMEGA DELTA NU Our C ppreciaiion Now that the yearbook is finished, we would like to extend our thanks to all those who have made “The 1962 Northern Light” possible, i Our special appreciation goes to Mr. Brassard, our advisor; Mr. Clark, I Mr. Regan, the faculty, and the administration; Miss Scanlin; the people I of North Attleborough, who so generously supported us; Mr. Rowan of !■ Taylor Publishing Company; Mr. Bishop and Mr. Gori of Purdy Studios; |: and the undergraduates. The Northern Light Staff of 1962 142 ll Our life is like some vast lake that is slowly filling with the strearn of our years. As the waters creep surely upward the landmarks of the past are one by one submerged. But there shall always be memory to lift its head above the tide until the lake is overflowing. 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