North High School - Northern Lights Yearbook (Worcester, MA)

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NURTH HIGH SEHIJUL Sl 3 XWIJR lil ",ll flu Jo lm . Q 'fx 1-1 229.11154 ' 1 .1 i'.w.193-,-A "UE- 111 L- r24,1'.5.1.1.- 1 WITH Dun' Rl-GRLT -XRININF FRONI x DINCFRI- REALIIXTION rm LOQS or a B01 W H0 WAS x QRLDIT I0 HTG PARENTS His SCHOOI nn His ASSOCIATES AN IDEAL DTLDLNT x LLL AN cu YOLTH, ax f,UTSTANDlNl, ATHI1-Tr WHO Wu FATALLY INJURHJ IN Hrs bLN1OR YEAR XT NORTH Hu,H IPHOUJINT THT RTM rxrlox OF Hrs SCHOOL Vin HLHBLY DFDICATE THR NlNF1El-N FIFTY FIXE NORTHERN LIKHTS ' 1 Q- 3, RO? QOH OF 1 s 1 - Y r N - r 1 w Y w jrzdufe X7 gfennan whose classes In Englrsh wall long be remembered by all her pupnls for the rnvaluable lessons they have learned lessons whuch wall be of great help to them In future years we the Class of l955 express our deepest gratitude rn payrng her thus tribute ZLLMKB .7 Q 6 EVM!! whose understandung patrence and wuse guudance have demonstrated to North gurls the true meaning ot sportsmanshtp and whose lnvnncrble Splfll has produced many champlonshup teams ln basketball tennrs and tleld hockey we the Class of 1955 pay trnbute sir dufe .cj ,JMIPOXCJ 23 Gagnon teacher coach and gentleman whose zealous leadershlp In the tleld ot sports as w May your post teaching experiences be the culmmatron ot a successful and brrllrant career and the happy realization of all your asprratrons jlgllfe 3 tlI"l"lPIl 6 H? whose faithful service friendly attutude and lnvlgoratlng personallty have made her Englnsh classes fascmatmg adventures rn educatnon ln addutron to teachmg Englush she cheerfully managed the school lrbrary for many years and her returement must be considered a great loss to North Hugh jzdufe ji .J47!vu0fc! CY gone a man whose asslduous manner of Instruction has made for hum and North a fine record Atter Mr Stones retirement many will remember hum as a hrghly skllled and drlrgent teacher who has guided many students Into successful careers ell as In the classroom T o 17 re . 50? ' 0 ul, . 1' , 0 , , . , ' has been a source of inspiration to thousands ot North High youth. 50? 50? 4"l4'5'JM iv, K, . ,,,, X N U ll H f- cZClL!flf First Row, lelt to right: B. Ffvelyn McClure, Anna DeMalia, M Kathleen Burns, Mildred E. Christensen, Carroll M, Abbott, Willard K. French, Anna Fl, Bissonnette, Gertrude A. Shea, Mary E, Guerin, Mary M. Lear , Elise Rocheleau. Second Row, lelt to right: Ruth Tom- linson, Katherine S. McCatlerty, Ioseph T, Kenneally, Holland R. Greenwood, Alllilliam E. Marchant, Paul I. McMahon, L. Iune Marsh, George B. Cashen, E. Hazel Kelly, Genevieve K, Ball, William K. Masterson, Gunnar S. Clason, David Dee Kiley, Lawrence W, Brigham, Ioseph Ortman, Third Row, left to right: lames M. Stevens, Michael I. Abruzzese, Iohn Shannon, Albert T. Stead, Katherine M. Kelliher, Kenneth I. Ladner, Carl Iohnson, Harold E. Stone, Henr Rouba, G, Andrew Karlson, Daniel P, O'Keele, Dominic I. Capone, Iohn P Pierce, Casper Peredma, Francis Wiesman, Warren T, Brierly, Owen Hyder. WILLARD K. FRENCH, B.S., M.S., Principal CARROLL M. ABBOTT, A.B., A.M., Assistant Principal Michael J. Abruuese, B.M., Ed.M. Music Genevieve K. Ball, B.S. Mathematics Anna R. Bissonnette, A.B. 2 Certificates, U. of Paris lSorl::onnet French Warren T. Brierly, B.S., Ed.M. Physical Education Lawrence W. Brigham, A.B., A.M. History M. Kathleen Burns, A.B., A.M. Guidance Counselor Florence G. Cannon, A.B. Spanish Domenic J. Capone, B.S.E. Mechanical Drawing George B. Cashen, A.B., A.M. Mathematics Mildred E. Christensen, B.S., A.M. Art Gunnar S. Clason, B.S., Ed.M. Chemistry Anna M. DeMalia, B.S.E., B.S.L.S. Library Harold P. Gagnon, A.B. Physiology, Zoology Rolland R. Greenwood, A.B., A.M. English Mary E. Guerin, A.B., A.M. Zoology Carl Johnson, A.B. Physics G. Andrew Karlsen, B.V.A. Agriculture Joseph T. Kenneally, A.B., A.M. English David D. Kiley, B.S., M.S. Chemistry, Mathematics Kenneth J. Ladner, B.S.E., Ed.M. Mechanical Drawing, Driver Education George Laska, A.B., Ed.M. History Leonard F. Leamy, A.B., Ed.M. Mathematics Mary M. Leary, A.B., A.M. Latin William E. Marchant, Jr., A.B., A.M. French William K. Masterson, A.B., A.M., M.S. Botany Katherine S. McCalferty, A.B. English B. Evelyn McClure, A.B. English Paul J. McMahon, A.B., Ed.M. Latin Daniel P. 0'Keefe, A.B., A.M. English Martin J. O'Malley, A.B., Ed.M. Physiology, Mathematics Joseph F. Ortman, A.B., Ed.M. English Casper Perednia, B.S., Ed.M. Agriculture Robert B. Phipps, A.B., Ed.M. Guidance John P. Pierce, A.B., Ed.M. Agricultural Science Elise Rocheleau. B.L. French John J. Shannon, A.B., A.M. History Gertrude A. Shea, A.B. Latin Albert T. stead, A.B., M.A. in Ed. Guidance Counselor James M. Stevens, A.B. English Harold E. Stone, A.B. Mathematics Ruth Tomlinson, A.B., A.M. History Francis Wiesman, B.S. Mathematics S U B S T I T U T E S Alicia M. Kelley, A.B., A.M., Ed.M. History, English Henry Roulaa, B.S. Agriculture Veronica Trainor, B.S. Physical Education Owen Ryder, A.B., Ed.M. Physical Education C L E R K S KATHERINE M. KELLIHER, Head Clerk E. HAZEL KELLY L. JUNE MARSH, lGuidoncel C I I lllt I MR WILLARD K FRENCH An orgamzatnon can be only as school We would therefore like to take thus opportunity to express our smcere gratitude and admlratlon to Mr Willard K French whose respon slble admumstratlon down to earth personaluty and msplrung leadershlp FRANCIS D RIOPEI. PRESIDENT VERA G PACE SECRETARY have made our hugh school days both profitable and memorable Any future success of our graduatlng class wall be to a consnderable degree the result of hls gundmg nnfluence KARIN E GUSTAFSON VICE PRESIDENT ROBERT F WICKSTROM TREASURER f 1 1 1 A - X E l'1 111f1' ' 11 H 1 5 . . 11 ' , ' 'fm good as its leaclerg so it is with a We szng to thee our prawv true Wlth tours loud and rl Extollmg all ue gamffl you Our Alma Mater dear As zu df part rom North oved halls And journey ar and Mild befalls We ll Ill rr or vt uhat And so dear North our ughts of xou Down through the vears u Il cherish Wzth memories both wart and true And 1010 that shall not pe S M SCH TEL PF RSTARIE ef PRAY 3 ll"AR'l T P E. ersevere an to Xce f'N NJ ,,v J EN FIFTY FIVE CLASS COLORS PURPLE AND WHITE 1 , i A Q Aillxr 0 i W dl 172. all i I l i I i 2 'I qi. ' , .1 1 f' 7 '.,.. . 9 . V' . , fir 9 , , . 5 .' 'I I f 's .' , . E, f - yt 5, lf. t , -.ff V,-.six .,v. 1 , The tvarhings of our gui . 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J In r i, ' I 1 wot-eos E KE N M . 41100 5 M11-t rom RED Srlently she goes her way Sclence Club 4 Band 2 3 Evra A A113111 -XJ AX Few thrngs are trnpossrble l drltgence and skrll Baseball l Football l .lam A Murlun J-XNIE Small ln stature great rn knowledge nn u Science CU Dramatrc Club 3 4 Davul E Andi rson DAN E Lrle IS loo short to rel Cross Country 2 Lou: 0 0 -Xnrler 0 1 LOL Drlrgence and slncertty reap only happiness and success Gee Club l 2 3 4 Mlxed Cho us 3 Pr stdent 3 Prtncupals Councul 3 Horace Mann Scholar 2 Honor Student John I Andrus - JACK Steady and sure Cross Country 2 3 4 T ck 2 3 4 Scrence Club 4 Treasurer A Demos thenes Club 4 Record Board 4 Lotln u 2 I a s ounctl Treasurer NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Senior Prom Commuttee North Hugh Hrs tory Prtze Ellzalleth NI AIINOII BETTX She has an lnner sparkle as etball l 2 Fteld Hockey nnts l 2 3 4 Cheerlead r 3 Sk: Club 3 4 Photo Commtttee Fdm ard W Am Cross Country 1 Track I Davul L Bxcklm BFLKX The strong srlent type aseball l oo ball rack 2 Re r oord Class Day Commrttee -Xnne IL B ulm ANNIE me person good End' Tennus 2 Lnbrary Staff 3 A Hora ann Scholar 3 Class Day Commtttee - . T- A -2 4. . ' 'Q .aAL9s ua 99 gg ,, 4 2 , - . , 2 'G t , 7 Cl b , 4, ska Club 1, 3, .af Prin- c'p I' C ' 4, 47 as ss ' , , A 5 . , . '5 "' o 7 ' B ll , : A 2g Te I f t r 7 9 , 47 . ' A r . d U5 A 59 J 'I V . Q ' I - . HEDW B05lf9Yb0ll l, 2: Camera Clllb 3. 4: Never worry, theres a joy in living. lot' CI b 25 I Ib 47 ' . A s S . ' I 1 . ' as 1 Q- h . vt, . . f . r , Q . a , F f 1, 2, 3, 4, T , 33 cod B 3, 45 l 's ,. - s 1 - '. 1' y' 5. Ts: .44 Al' 1- ' ' ' ' A f' - a . ' N ' : ' , 7 CS l , , , 3 3 I ' M f AF l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, , Vice- 4 - 2 ' 2 V V ' ' : , 3, 4: , Dons B Ballbeault BARRY Angels are parnled lorr lo look lrke you Glee Club 1 Sensor Prom Commnflee Wayne E Belles RUBE There s mrschref In vhls man Baseball1 Baslcetballl 2 3 col b 1 Tenms 1 Davld C Bere DAVE Why worry lhe world s loo lull of fun Mixed Chorus1 2 3 Orchestra 1 Sk: Club 2 Franklln S Borvc rio BORCE FR KNK And cerlamly he IS o good fellow Baseball 1 Demosfhenes Club 4 Sensor Prom Commrllee Ru hard ,l Bom hard RICH In science dolh hvs mlerest lie Gull Commnttee Susan BOWdltCll SUE REDHEAD Lovely lo look or delrghllul lo know as efboll 1 3 Field Hoc 1 rar Record Board 1 2 3 4 Co Lnerary or 4 Lalln Club 2 4 Sk: 3 4 Principals Counc1l4 NORTH ERN LIGHTS Board Honor Srudenl Junior Prom Commutlee Co Chair mon Class Day Commuttee C Chairman Student Exchange Day Represenlaflve Luane D Brown QUlel and lrlendly Joeeph V Bucuaglla OE Wnh lhee conversrng l forge! all Mme Orchestra 1 2 3 4 Vice Presldenl Pres: en 4 Prmcupa s uncul 2 3 Diane B Burnham She who IS lnduslrlous rs bound lo succeed B elboll 1 2 3 4 Field Hoc y 3 Te s 1 Dramaluc u 3 4 Secretory 4 Glee Club Record Board 3 4 Library St ff Preslden 4 Prlnclpa Councul 4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Class Day Commllfee Ann E Calull NANCY Gay fun loving friendly Glee Club 1 l l fi 9, S5 99 65 59 ' B k , 2, 7 A key : ' ' . 1, 2, 3, 4, L'b y Staff I, 2, 3, Edit 3 V I V I , I 5 1 Club z ' , 0- 44 as ' ' v . . . . . "LU" 1 , , : F - R I ' all 5 ' , . Q U SCJ 9, I 56 79 - ' Band 1 2 Boys- Glee Ciub 1 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, VlCe-PYESldef1l 47 A , , 2 , 7: ' ' ' ' I ' V - . 1, 2, 'd 1' 3, 7 ' ' I' Co ' , , 4. ' . U' c ll - , hi 97 it A 77 2 ESDP! 1 I ' ask I I I 7 ' ke 1, 2, 5 nni , ' Cl b 2, , , : 1: , : I O 2, 3, 4, ' l 7 ' ' l'S 3 I . I 55 95 56 79 . . I I 2' Paul F Cahnll PAUL Theres a pranksler rn our mrdsl Joseph R Caputo JOE Never lrouble lrouble MII frouble Iroubles you B seball 2 3 Football 2 3 4 Ralph J Caputo RICKX s e b hes w e hes c rerrar for hrs sv e Leland G Carleon LEE He ihar rs calm accomphshes most Baseball I Denme Carroll DENNY NOISE VS nal HECGSSGVY ,OV SUCCESS Marlon G Casey CASE Anolher flood of words' A very forrenf' C mera Club 3 Glee Club l 2 Mixed Chorusl 2 3 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Edward W Cathlme BUSTER he qurel men are the greaf men Carol J Chapman Q H APPX May she never change except rn name nms l Band l 2 3 Malore Camera Club I 2 3 4 Demoslhenes Record Board 3 4 Dramahc Club 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Junior Prom Comms? tee Sensor Acnvmes Commmee Rfllpll NX Chaee One of the qurel Clan 2 3 Secre r Linda Nl Cole LHN rrendly heart and pleasanf smrle :onlrrbufe to make this gurl worlh while selball 2 3 4 Fneld Hoce T 2 4 Bowln Scnence Club 4 Camera Club 3 4 Senior Achvmes Commllfee GG 9, 66 99 G : , 7 sa es " A' V9 ' ' T A . ' F. F. A. 4. 0 , 5 , , . bb 7 'Y' nu V '59 Hel lilll uf ' is : - ' ' 'z . Te ' 5 , , V lleg N Club 4, Secrefary 47 Hi-Y l, 25 1 ' K 1 W. r as -9 r I w ' ' , F. F. A. , , to y 3. 1 .x I - I A .. 1, .. Y -, . . - A I . . BG lf , , : l li Y 2, 3, 4: BNHS l, , I l, 9 2, 3: James R. Connolly HJIM99 None but himself could be his parallel Basketball l, 2, Cross Country l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Principal's Council 3, 4, President 4, Record Board 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Latin Club 2, Demosthenes Club 4, Class President 3 Massachusetts Good Government Day Representative NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Editor in Chief Class Orator Harvard Club Award 3 Honor Student Vlfglllla A Corn CINNH She may be small but T nms 2 Glee Club l 2 Robert A Como COS He has o line like a Hsherman and plenty ol bait Cercle Francais 2 Dramatic Club 4 Motto Committee Robert L Cournower SHEEPY To be merry best becomes him for doubtless he was born in a merry hour Countryl Football 3 4 Trackl 2 Demosthenes Club 4 Dramatic Club 3 4 Principals Council 4 Ski b 3 4 Presiden -xlltl'l0IlV C Lovml ,ll TONE Ambntion is his trademark s etball l 2 Golf 3 4 Terms Demosthenes Club 2 3 4 Dramatic u 2 3 4 Principals Coun Record Board 2 3 4 Editor In Chief 4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Class Day Committee Pauline Dadian 'fPOLLY" "DAD" If silence is golden, she's fourteen karat. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, 4, Science Club 4. Evelyn Is Darrell EYX On the level shes a evil Bow Ing 4 Camera Club 4 GI e l Clu 4 Science Cu 4 Field Hockey l Rose A DelRosQo ROSIE Theres a twinkle In her eye Camera Club 2 3 4 Demosthenes u 4 Ski Club ,lallllfw W D6NIlLll0lP M Ladies are you merry amera Club l Vice President 3 Demosthenes C ub Dramatic Club 2 Vice President 4 Principal s Council Ski Club 3 4 Cap and Gown Com mittee Co Chairman NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Senior Prom Com mittee Art Award 3 Junior Prom Committee Co Chairman Carroll H Densmorr, ,I DENNX LEFT1 BUNNX Never a dull moment is my middle name Mixed Chorus 3 l I l - 1' .s r 'sf GS "7 , d .U - - - I' , f e e - 5 I I3, Club , 2, ska b , ' l b 1 S . A . 5 5 as sv SL 7, V A - '. ci b , ' 4. ' . ' li In 55 bbw "9 J ' , ? . ' ' C , 2, 3, 4, ' - . . I I Baseball l, Basketball 2, Cross 3, 4, 4 ,3, 4, '- 7 . 1 , : 4 z ' ' ' ' 3. 4: r : ' i ' ' : 'Clu ' , - A : 1, 2, , , ' 14. T , ' . l i z 2 i i ' - ' - 1 0 ll A I X ' I X r. .t V -Q, i L hh. '95 nb '97 Gb Y' Bak , , , , i 3, t ' , . ' l cub , , , ' ' ' Cai 4, l - l"I!'llt'SI R. D0Prospo. Jr. "BL7TCH" Hes never haughty, never proud, but popular in every crowd. Football I, 2, 4, Camera Club 3, Dramatic Club 4, Demosthenes Club 4, Record Board 4, Ski Club 3, Science Club 4, NORTHEN LIGHTS Board, Business Manager. Carol L. Dunlon "CARE" A sophisticated miss! Basketball I, 2, Field Hockey I, 2, 3, 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Cercle Francais 2, 3, 4, Compteur 4, Glee Club I, Ski Club 4, Library Staff I, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, Cop and Gown Committee, Co-Chairman. if-,I I u 1 LARRII' Quiet friendly and sincere Band 2 Science Club 4 Dramatic Club 4 Honor Student Class Day Committee Co Chairman kenneth -X Flagg AI DIE I should worry I should ret Barbara L For-ber B NBS B ARB A bit at devilrnent lies beneath her combed locks Camera Club I Glee Club 2 Cap and Gown Committee Z is ,JE 'Bi gi 5 me if Edward WV. Foster "EDDIE" A gentleman is always known by his style. Cross Country I, Basketball 4, Track I, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Activities Committee, Co-Chairman. George' NI. F0tI2'l1IQ'S "GEORGE" Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no morel Stomp Club I, 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4. lhri-tum -X bdlantu lHRls Always cheerful as can b Camera Club 4 Cercle Francais 3 4 Scorekeepe Helen I GIIDQOII 1 IBBX Between the devil and the deep blue sea Glee Club I NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Minnie L Graham I ILI F maiden never bold o a spirit still qu t lVI'1r1e F Grout MEC She has a srmle no cloud can oercasl B elball l 2 Tennls 'I Camera Clu 2 3 Demosfhenes Club 4 T b 3 4 Sen Closs Grlt Commmee Bath-tx J Gllffllfllltltl BENWIF Slrarghl onward ro hrs goal he II slrlde as efball I B n Orchestra I 2 3 anne- bu-td -on M Work and wm cul 3 Gull Commnrtee Honor Student Karm E Gustafson 1 l NNIE A girl wnh a wmnmg pleasvng personalny and a greaf assef lo our class Bas elball 1 2 Fueld Hoclreyl 2 3 nnrs l mera Club 2 Record Board 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Class Vuce Presldenl 3 4 Principals Coun cal 3 4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Jumor Prom Commlllee Vlarjoru Haley MARCIE Shes sunny rn Phe dullesl weather amera Club 3 4 Secretary Demosfhenes Club 4 Glee Club 3 H Y 3 4 Secretary 3 Sk: Club 3 4 Cheerleader 3 4 Sensor Prom Com mmee NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Stephen G Hell SKIP Always wrllmg fo do the besl 2 3 4 Reporter 2 President 3 Principals Council 2 3 Carol -X Hallberfr Ix -XTIF Her shyness becomes her we clence Club 4 D A R Hlsor Medal M lrllwn Haynes LXN Remembered by her wavy hair and ready smile Camera Club 4 Glee Club I 2 3 Sclence Club 4 Demosfhenes Club 4 Sensor Achvmes Commlltee 4 Sk Club 4 Patrlud -K HPUIIHHQ PAT HERMIE Poised and pleasant Glee Club l 2 Mnxed Chorus l 3 4 Dramahc Club 4 wlllldlll F He-ter BILL He seems quiet bul youd be surpnsed Baseball 'l A I - Jn . ' N v ask' ' an 1 - F. F. A. I, , , , , Vice- ask , 5 ' 5 7 ' ' b , : 1 Hi-Y 7 Lalin Clu l, 2, , 7 ior 1 .S z . r. ' 1 1 4 . 1 C " . 'L f' s- r -- A 4 , ' 11. ' s ' , . . . 'f s k , 2, Q d 1, 2, 3, Y 'Q Y - 2 T '- 1 - J' l. s ' fs GS ' 59 L MHA - I F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 47 Principals Coun- 5 , , , . . . .' . J T L AT hh 99 it 19 ' , I 1 J l , 2, li , : ' , , : Te ' 7 Ca , 3, 45 7. . N 3 X ' 'Y as ss 11 ,Q C , , 4: . i- , . : A 1 : Norma L Hull world ol sunshrne rn each golden lock Basketball l Horace Mann Scholar A Junlor Class Secre ar Junnor Prom Commuttee Sensor Prom Commlttee Co Chaurman Student Exchange Representatlve Honor Srudem Sandra L Hmrlon DANDX Has the world a better thvng than muslc? s etball 'l Glee Club l 2 xed Chorus 1 2 3 Helen R lrun her art glory shfnes L 1 A Ppc JEPPIE Frfendly wvllrng and able Demosthenes Club 3 Secretary Sclence Club -Xrtllur 'I .l0ll0 ART Let each mans hope be rn hvmsell oss Countryl 2 3 C lJ ack l Donfild D Kalll DON Theres a good Mme coming boys Pr ncupal s Councul 4 Sk: Club 3 4 Vice Presudent 4 Charles E lxa ps r-on WHITFH He awoke and lound hlmsell asleep Georgia Ixot-em A yewel IS small but very preclous Club 2 .lumor Prom Committee Senior Prom Commnttee Cheerleader 3 Horace Mann Scholar 4 John L lxronofl' .l-XLR Long lean lank and quvet 4 Treasurer Photo Comrmttee xr D l nlmvl es I X130 True worth needs no announcer mera Club 3 Cercle Francals 3 A , 4 as .7 2,3,:I' wt V1 'f' M 'A F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Bal: 7 1 . 3, 47 M1 I , , 4. ln , 3 A l I I Y glee Club 112- Basketball 1, Glee Club lj Latin 0'5 , , ,I s-n - 56 " ., . f., I 3: , , . . 4 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, , 3, l A 1 Nl: y . .1 'I : C, , , .sua lu 3,41 CU 2 ' - Tr , 2, 3. A W1lfr1dN Lachance WILL My lhoughfs are my own Track l Cercle Francals l Sclence Club A B lrbara A lar-on None know her but to love her none name her bul lo praise her Band 2 3 4 Fresldenl 4 Camera Club 3 Dramalnc Club 3 4 Treas r 4 Glee Club 4 Presldenl 4 Mixed Chorus l 2 3 4 rc eslra 2 3 Llbrarlan Prnncnpals Council 4 Vnce Presndent 4 Record Board 3 4 Llbrory Staff l 2 Horace Mann Scholar 2 3 4 Honor Sfudent Mollo Committee CaChaurrnan NORTHERN LIGHTS Board George Lazaro L -XZZX lm on my way I know no! where as etball l oot c mera Club 3 4 Lalnn Club S Club 3 Ru-Sell ,I Lexlaw RUSS And here IS a manl ofball 2 Track 3 Sk u Sensor Prom Commnllee ,loan E Leventlnl JOAINIE Where lhere s a will there s a way Camera Club 4 Lalln Club Science Club 4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Phvlhe A Lian PHYL A smrle lo each a frlend to all Camera Club 4 Sclence Club 4 Tennis 2 Carl A R Llndgren ,Ir dare do all lhal I may become a man B seball 3 Tack l Glee Club 'l Mlxed Chorus I Record Board L C 2 3 Sclene Club 4 Ruhard E Lindgren RICH .lunuor Red Cross 4 Robert A Lmd-trom LILND1 BOB He lrves rn a world ol his own olball 3 4 Karen E Lmeen A deal ol devrlmenl lurks behrnd those quler eyes mera Club 2 3 4 Lalln 3 4 Sclence Club 3 4 Demoslhenes U 3 4 Cu 4 Tenns NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Senlor Prom Commultee I, , .L 0 . au we N W l , ' . O 7 V : : ure gl 1, 2, 25, I, Vicei 2, 3, 47 alin lbb , 7 ' c o h ' , , 4, ' ' " '32 55 T., 3 ' , Liked by all who know him. B k , 2, F b ll 1, 4, ' C0 . 1 ' 7: ki . it W!! l ' F V . . . . Fo I iiclbaz Q ,,FFAl,2,3,4 ' Q ' , Cc I , , , ' Club , j A " 2' 42 cl S , , ski l b' af , a 2, Richard J. Lom llardi "DICK" Live, while you may. Basketball lg Football l. Edward C Lomm-kv EDDIE am here brother with an undelinable disposition Baseball l Basketball l If Tennis 3 4 Co Captain 4 Sen or Prom Committee P run W ord P-XTTY PAT Of manners gentle ol affections mild ee Club l 2 3 Mixed Chorus Jdlllff A Loveland .IANIE A winning girl with winning ways Camera Club 4 Demosthenes Club 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Muxed Chorus C lroly u F Lucler LY NN CAROI Carelree and gay she goes her way Cheerleader 4 Demosthenes Club 4 NORTHERN LlGHTS Board au! Marcia J. Lund "MARCY" In quietness and confidence shall be your strength. Tennis 25 Science Club 45 Motto Committee. Barlrlra -X Lvon- BOBBIE The very pattern girl of girls mera Club 3 4 Glee Club l 2 Latin Club 2 3 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board john T Mack Nl-U As big in heart as in stature Demosthenes Club Dramotuc Club 4 Science Club 4 Football 4 Track 4 Senior Activities om mnttee Rlclmrd B Mane DICK Hrs manner is quiet Dorca- B Marsaw DORRIE Demure and quiet is she at school but what is she away from rule? Basketball 4 Field Hockey 4 Tennis l Dramatic Club 4 Glee Club 2 Senior Prom Committee ,lean P Vlfxrtln A daughler of Ihe gods dlvrnely fall Ban 2 3 Demoslhenes Club 3 ee Club l 2 3 Mlxed Charu Ronald T Martin MOOSE An excellenl player of the game aeball l 4 Basket a Rovtr G 'llde-ew Gull Commutlee Lllllan NI 'Watt-on I IGER L E Sweet girl graduate wlth her golden han Camera Club l 2 Glee Club l Judith L Maynard JUDY A wmmng way a pleasant smile Dressed so neat and quffe IH style mera Club I 2 3 4 Sk: b Class Day Commlllee W as ne B Nlcllonnell Sflenlly he goes hfs way rancx- C WIcGourtw FR-XNNY reaches great hevghls as etboll 3 Cross Country l 2 Science Club 4 Demoslhenes Club 4 ap and Gown Commltlee ,luflltll X Wt Kenzlf- Smile and you won! smile alone Basketball 1 Glee Club 1 2 Scrence Clu 4 Robert F 'llcKeon BOB A lwelve oclock lellow nme ocloclc lawn Molto Committee Joanna WI:-lfskv A qulel maiden never bold selball 2 Lfn Cl b 2 d 4 : : GI , , 5 ' s 2, 3. "A K' Q, ss 'sa ' He ' . B s , 2, 3, g b ll B k , l , lf 2' 3f 4- 3, 4, conf 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, C I A . I P X we . I is 'Y Q . A v I "JUDY' He lhal' is calm, accomplishes. b D , , .. 4 - -- tt I ss 4' " ' ' ' in a . ' L ' LCJOW S6 '97 V I , . , , I Bak , ai u , 3. Cc , , , , ' Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Clu l, 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 3, lawrcnce IL Nlellcn LARRX Pleasrng to all annoyrng to none Science Club 4 Class Day Commuttee xldfflld -X Nlerrlll M ART1 Good lhrngs come rn small packages In Club l xllllflll -X N11 mhltr ll YININX Where there s musvc you ll flnd htm B nd 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Mux d C orus 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 lrbdm A Uolwrv NIUE Happy go lucky larr al lace Basketball 1 Glee Club 'tlxrllwn J Wlonveon Merry marden lree from care oeeph A Montlverdl ,Ir MONTE l care not two pence Basketball l Baseball l Football l Charles K Wlorano KEN Brrllnance and aflabzlrty what a cornbrnatnon Tenms 2 3 4 Co Captaun 4 Demos nes Club 2 4 Prnncnpa Councul 4 Record Board 4 Sk Club 4 Scvence Club 4 President 4 Bowling 3 Photo Commuttee Chair man NORTHERN LIGHTS Board John F Wlullwa NIULLIGAW Whose words all ears took captive Cross Country 3 Track 3 Thurd Prize l9S2 Service Club Essay Contest Honorable Mention 1954 Service Club Essay Contest Motto Committee Lllfn J Murphy FI LX M-Xl. DE Wrt and pep has she ee Club 1 Yldrle B 'tl urpllw MURI'H As sunny as a warm summer day as etball l C mera Club 3 Demosthenes Club 4 Sk Club 4 Ahmed A. Mustafa, Jr. "'TURK" They go wild, simply wild, over me. Baseball 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Track l, 2, 3, 47 Demos- thenes Club 45 Science Club 4, Ski Club 4, Cap and Gown Committee. David T. Nelson "NELL,' Give me a snow-peaked mountain and a pair of skis any day B eball 1 Manager I Golfl 4 Club 2 Nadine New ton NAY Everything she does she does with excellence Camera Club 3 4 Cercle Francais 4 Treasurer 4 Glee Club I Record Board 3 4 Latin Club I 2 Horace Mann Scholor 2 3 4 Honor List Motto Committee ,low ce E Wordgren DOODIE Her words trip about her at command Camera Club 3 4 Record Board Nancv A Norton N-LN She is pleasant to walk with and witty to talk with and pleasant too to think on Basketball l 2 Camera Club2 3 4 Cercle Francais 3 4 Treasurer 3 Club 3 4 Horace Mann Scholar 3 4 Junior Prom Commit tee Senior Activities Committee NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Honor Student Helen M. O,C0nnor GSOKEYQ7 She capers, she dances, she has the eyes of youth. Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Camera Club 27 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 'I 2 3 4 1 1 1 - John A. 0'Driscoll, Jr. scJACK19 A young man who blushes is better than one who turns pale Terrance F O Hara TERR1 What an excellent thing did God bestow upon man when h gave him a good stomach Baseball 1 3 4 Basketball 4 Foot 4 Trac 3 4 Sen Prom Committee Barn J 0Keefe Let independence be our boast never mindful what it costs Karla A Olander lf friends are her reward she has been fully repaid setball 'l 2 3 4 Manager Co Captain 4 Camera Club 3 4 President 4 Demosthenes Club 4 Dramatic Club 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Mixed Chorus 3 Principals Council 4 Secretary 4 Record Board 4 Latin ub 2 Scnence Club 4 Senior Activities Committee CoChairman NORTHERN LIGHTS Board 05 I 2 . 1 Ski , 3, 4. 7 Gi '99 H6 7, - I . e , 1 ' 3 : 1 1 I J I ' ' ' . ' ' ball 1, 2, 3, , k , , .of , : , 1 . . , : I . v v Q U . 4 g 1 . I 55 9, ' f . : 3: Ski Club 3, Science Club 4. . . SS 99 . ' V V f Ba k , , , , 3, I I I ' A I , I . l 7 J . . ' 1 1 , . , 1 , . . . . ' , , : ' 7 . 7 Ski 2, , 5 . ' 7 , . - - . 1 : Cl 2 , . . . . . . . , . , . ' I I , , . 2 - 1 Thomas J 0 Weill TOMMY I om as free as nature Irs made mon eball I 2 B s etball 'I Football I 2 Camera Club I r rancaus Dramatuc Club I 2 Sensor rom Commrttee Rlchdrd D ljfil DICK He has no double Irke htm Baseball 3 4 Cross Country 2 Cu 3 4 Mlxed Chorus 3 4 an A Uloo JEANNIF A day rn June was never sa sweet Demostbenes Club 4 Glee Club 'I Sk Club 4 We-rd G Pau LAVOIS One of the very rare Bas etball I 2 4 Camera Club 3 4 Cercle Francors 3 res: dent 4 Demosthenes Club 4 rm crpal s Councrl 4 Lahn Club Secretary 4 Class Secre ary 4 orace Mann Scholar 2 3 D A R Representatrve Junuor Prom Commlttee NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Honor Student Helen 'll Paquettc A full character wlth a lasting memory Tenms 2 Camera Club 4 Demos thenes Club 3 4 Sk: Club 4 Sclence Club 4 Galt Commnttee NORTH ERN LIGHTS Board Wancw A Paravano NAN CAES A llve wire In o dull world as etball I 2 3 Co Captaln nrns I C Camera Club 4 Cercle Francals 2 3 4 Dramatuc Club 4 Recod Board 3 4 Co Literary Editor 4 S Club 3 4 Treasurer 4 Junor Prom Committee Sensor Actuvutues Commuttee Class Hrstornan Colum bla Bronze Medal Award 4 NORTH ERN LIGHTS Board Horace Mann Scholar 2 Honor Student ROHM .I Payne SPEEDX A pleasant smrle wrll wvn the world as etball I A Foot a ,IOAnul Pedoue Actrvrty breeds no discontent amera Club l 2 3 4 Dem thenes Club 3 4 Secretary 3 Trecs r r 4 ramatlc Club I 2 Presrdent 4 Prmcnpals Councrl 4 Sk: Club 2 3 4 Jumor Prom Com mxttee NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Senror Actlvrtres Commuttee Angelo ,I Pc rrone ANl IE Take thmgs as they come Illll'Cll1l W Pouttu POOFIE Trust thyself most of all Sk: Club 2 Closs Day Commnttee . 'L ' , as 15 as 99 55 '79 . . . F 9 B If , t , - ' 3: D Te ' , 2, 3, 4, aptain 2, 3, 4, Bas , , a Ir , 2, 4, . I I r , 1 , 7, ' ' ' , ' ' ' . 3, 4: Ce cle F ' I, 2, 3, 4, ki ' ' , 5 ' . ' I S. U . I v sa as 't W' I I I 3: B k , 2, 3, 7 b ll Football 3, 4, Track 3, 47 Glee l' 7' 3' 47 Tfflck 3' 4' lb , : ' , . je' - . Ie , ...loq 55 09 A ' C , , , g os- i , I I u e 5 D I 'I , , 3, 4, sa ' vs I ' li . , 7 2, , 7 ' , 4, P 3 2 : P 4 - 4 ' I : A 7, 4, : Y : H , , 4: l . .. ' Robert J Pow er PE ANUT lake my chance on chance eball l 2 ,lalnee B Posur- BRAD There s a greal day commgl Track l Donald A Pren-mr PRENS' Why should I worry from care l am free saphlsrrcahon will drslrngursh me Ba eball I 2 3 Basketball l oo! Demosfhenes Club 2 3 Achvllles Cornmlflee Paul .I Prlestlev RUBBERLFCS dance my way to success ofball l Track 1 Club 4 Senior Achvuhes Commullee Franc ls P umn QUINNIF Good ar work belrer ol play w :ng lo lalk wllh gvrls all ay Baseball 4 Golf 3 4 Demosthenes 4 Sk: Club 4 Hockey Ruth A Ralla RUTH1 Silence IS a vrrlue few clarm n 3 4 Dramahc Clu Glee Club l 2 3 4 Mnxed Chorus 3 4 Science Club 4 Horace Mann cholar 2 3 4 Honor Sludenf owdrd P Rlilldffl on HOWIE Hrs smile wrll never wear all Lnbrary Stall 4 Sk: Club 3 NORTH ERN LIGHTS Board kmrlo A Rmt lla CHINK He never worrres seldom hurrves FTAIICIN D RIOIJGI HOP Popular peppy and oh what a doll' eballl 2 3 4 Baskefballl 3 otball 'l 2 3 4 Co Capla n Cercle Francais 4 Principal 5 Councnl 4 Class Presudent 4 NY lllldlll J Rlordan BILI A chemlsl ln our mldsl , . M A ll, .4 '-Q l'll . - - - - ' 4. BOS ' ' Ba d , , ' b 3, 4, 5 I , , : I f ' . . " .1 H H I .7 1 S ii 91 l uh V! 1' A . 1 K GL '93 S , , z : F - ball 'lg , : Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 47 Senior Sb N97 L . A ,K uh 9' l'll . - A. k- , , , , - Fo . 1' ' 2' 3' l' Sl BOS , . , : , ,4: ' I FO , , , , - i 4: ui 9, 1 Si ,7 ill' A ' d . ' Club , " , 4. Farl F Roach JAY Free and easy ballle J Robmeon SAL Nolhmg unrrred and slulled rn all Bo etball I 2 Fueld Hoclcey 'I 2 Camera Club 3 4 Dramatic Club 3 4 Demosthenes Club l Cercle Fancaus 4 Lat: Club 3 Horace a n Scholar 'l 3 4 Honor u dent Motto Commnttee ilnrlottc I' Roouew Core vs an enemy lo lrfe Gee Clubl 2 3 4 Muxed Chorus Ruth A Salma RUDIE Wrth her happy trrendly arr She was welcome everywhere Field Hockey l Camera Club 4 Glee Club l 2 Mnxed Chorus l 2 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Latun Cu 2 3 Slu Club 4 Scence ub 4 Sensor Prom Committee DlVld A S0116- DANE Its known near and tar that hes an athletic star Football 3 4 lc C b 3 4 Sen Prom Commuttee Edlth M Scarcello BUNNX Wrtty and wrse rs s e Basketball I Tennusl 4 Bawlung 4 Camera Club 4 Sk: Club 4 Scuence Club 4 Joseph R Scott OE A champron farmer to cultivate the earth 4 Preslden Prunclpals Councul 4 Su-anna L Sew mour SUE A quvet mrnd rs rrcher than a crown V ll'1'llll3 NI Sh GINNX lalr marden clothed wfth grace Pllll G Slkorle D L Shy' ls he? B etball 3 4 Manager 3 matic Club 4 Scuence Club 4 Class Day Commnttee A Q 1 f ' ss 99 ss Y99 , ' ' ' h . : ' f : ' 1 : 7 - . . - . L ' 0 n. A . l ii 7, HGJ 95 Sk , J l , 7 I I A F. F. A. l, 2, 3, , t 43 , 1 2 ' V A : 'ft : M n 4, , 5 Sl - s 4 ,, ., 1 1 ' 4. V L l . , , : ' l, 2, 3, 4. Y. . . - - , - . ea 5' " -s '99 -1 A A ' , F . ' z 1 . J , 2 I . l b , 5 ' g i Cl 1 ' . . : i , ' '- 95 ' " 'VXI ug Q U ask , , 5 Dra- , p S I lu , y lor ' I ' F ,Iolm F Snnonclm JACK You cant help llklng hlm etball l 2 3 Foo a Track 3 4 Demosthenes u 4 Dramatlc Club 2 3 4 Club 3 4 .lunlor Prom Commlttee Senlor AClIVIlIES Commlttee Rlfllglrll H bldttcrw SKIP Nelther a care or sorrow has he aseball l f Trac amera Club ee ub Mlxed Chorus l 2 Sclence Club Danul D Sulln lll DANN1 SL LLX Women flock about me Band 2 3 Camera Club 4 Demos nes Club 2 Preslden Damatlc Club 2 4 Glee Club 2 Vlce Presldent 2 Mlxed Chorus 2 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Prlncl pals Councll 4 Record Board 3 4 Advertlslng Manager 4 Skl Club 3 4 Senlor Prom Commlttee Co Chalr 'TTCN Eulrcm F QIIHIVAII Nl LIE School? I suppose lt s a necessary evll Bas etball 3 4 Class Day om mlttee Honalrl F Snell on RON A man of deeds not words Sclence Club 4 Motto Commlttee Co Chalrman Martha D Tavlae MARTY Sllence IS rare ln lhlS glrl etball 2 3 Fleld Hockey nnls 2 Camera Club 'l 2 3 Cercle Francals 2 3 4 Skl Club 3 Roland I Thorn ROLL! I Ilke a good tlme but lm bashlul Glee Club 2 I llOllldN Tonla-lan TOM Blg and sound enough to meet ebdll 3 4 F tball Pau -K 'Iom lv TOOTS TOOTSIE Dld norhlng ln partlcular and dld lt very well Baseball as etball 2 oo 2 Demosthenes Club 4 Dramatlc Club 4 Skl Club 4 Carol A Tun- on TIJXIE Open lrlendly genlal klnd Frlends llke her are hard to flnd Camera Club 3 4 Demosthenes Club 4 Dramatlc Club 3 4 Skl Club 3 4 Bowllng 3 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Class Day Commlttee as ras caslvs 64 v,, Bash , , , tb Il l, 2, Bosk , , ' 1 3, 4: l 1 Te ' , , , ,4 Cl b 7 ' , , 5 Ski ' , , , ' I4 "J ' " as 'sa ls , cal l, 2, ll 4, , C 4, GI CI l, I , 7 A 4. ' - . . 'l '- n Jr. uu '78 aa' ' "9 . A L 65 " Baseball l, Basketball lg Track 2, Gll Conditions- ' 7 f ' Bas , 3 oo 3, 4. the , 4, l 4, V I l 7 , l-x 5 . k . va V I ' l s . -s ,,. , .. 44, .. - 4, k ' I C U . -, A . . lg B k l, , F l- ball 1, , : ' . ' s - . ' S 44 L 65 T ' '7 Victor S. Vezoulis GSVICN He's our sparkling sports star. Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Co- Captoin 4, Football 3, 4, Co-Cop- tain 4, Track 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3s 4: Ski Club 3, 4, Senior Activ- sties Committee. Ronald K Yscarso V C d limes a s e nonsense ss refreshsng Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 Cross Ountry 4 rock Sensor Actsvstses Committee Frank L XIIICT, J BUTCH A ss the right hand of nalure Rcord Bard 2 3 4 Art E sor Sensor Actsvstses Commsttee Annette C Xlrglllo TONI ere s mischief n hss If Camera Club I 2 3 4 Secretary 2 Pressdent 3 Demostlsenes Club 4 D amatsc Club I 2 3 4 Prsncspal s uncsl 3 Slu Club 2 3 4 Se tary 4 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Junsor Prom Commsttee Sensor Prom Committee Pllllbltll 'Nl Yoke BETTE Simply superb sn sports B s etball I 2 3 4 Co Captasn 4 Hockeyl 2 3 4 Captasn nnss I 2 4 Prsncspal s Councs Record Board 4 Sks Club 4 Junsor Prom Committee Cap and Gown Committee Constance M. Walz "CONNIE" Always with a sunny smile. Bowling 2, 3, Demosthenes Club 4, Glee Club I, 2, Science Club 4. blond D Whstm an I' ARMER Seldom seen seldom heard Hobs rt F W lik-tl'0lll WHITFX Athlelscs his hobby good nature hss guide otball 'I r D amatsc Club 3 4 Slcs Club 3 4 Class Treasurer 3 4 Jun or Prom Commsttee NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Cirol A xxlllxlll WILKIF How can so much challer lil sn such a small package? Camera Club 4 Demosthenes Club 4 Gee Club I 2 Mixed Chorus 2 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Slu Club A Scsence Club 4 Photo Commsttee l' lszdlmeth ,I V ooclm srs l ll get by with a lwsnkle sn my eye Glee Club I 3 NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Barbara A Wooten BARBIE Her good lemper rs like cr sunny day Basketball l 2 Tennis l Cam r u 3 4 Glee Clubl 3 r oc ey 3 4 ow mg mosthenes Club 4 Sk Club 4 Scrence Club 4 Senror Prom Com mlrlee Ann J Zamarro Ill be merry Ill be ee Ill be sad for nobody Marilyn Zellers MERRILL Hs nrce to be natural when you re naturally nrce Camera Club 4 Cercle Francars 2 3 4 Vlce President 4 Glee Club I 2 Mixed Chorus 2 Pnncnpals uncll 4 Lahn Cl b l Scrence Club 4 Horace Mann Scholar 2 3 4 Honor Lust NORTHERN LIGHTS Board Motto Commmee Paul A Zendzlan SPOOK He may be shy bu! oh my' Raymond J Anable JIMMY pleasant smile wins many friends Paul E Callahan CALL The Navy got a good man Russell G Carlson RUSS Nor aHecled by the wrles of women Charles A Dotten CHARLIE I love rhe ladies' Frank W. James Seldom seen, seldom heard Diana Lambert A lrrend to all who know er Dramarrc Club 3 4 Orchestra 2 Prrncrpals Council 2 Library Staff 2 3 4 VrcePresrden12 Mo Commrttee Theodore W MCEIWHIH TEDDY Reserved for them fha! know rm Aram M00rad18H Only silence surlelh besl Science Club 4 Rlchard F Ryan DICK Each man reaps on hrs own arm Wllllam J. Slllapere SGBILIJ59 Llghf haired and lrghf hearfed A 66 77 SE 17 , p ' 1 ea . l CIb,, ,2,,F'eld "'.' l H lr , , B I' 3, D - ' 7 , l ,i e, c0', U ,2,3.4. ' C6 79 ' , ' ff , Senior Prom Comrnilfee. Track 4, Camera Club 4. 66 ,, SIDS, A l I l - ' h . F. F. A. l, 2, 3, 4. ' 1 I 7 lr , r , A - I 1 H0 56 99 ' . as rr h' , F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4. GS 77 ' F. F. A. 2, 3, 4. . 0 C6 97 Gb ,S - U ' f . gimm CLMCJQIQZS ghtV N Bb L L Ad TdR FIRST HONORS LOUISE OLIVIA ANDERSON NADINE NEWTON NORMA LOUISE HILL VERA GLORIA PACE BARBARA ANN LARSON MARILYN ZELLERS SECOND HONORS JANE ALICE AKERLUND JAMES THORE GUSTAFSON SUSAN BOWDITCH NANCY ANN NORTON JAMES RICHARD CONNOLLY NANCY ANN PARAVANO CAROLE JOAN THERESA DUPONT RUTH ANN RAILA SALLIE JOANNA ROBINSON I fa pf V Q, - v, I ' . 5 i V f J, 2 KS ' si L, First Row, left to right: Ruth Rollo, Nodine Newton, Marilyn Zellers, Nanci? Norton, Susan Bowditch. Second Row, left to ri : era Pcxce, Norma Hill, cmcy orovcno, or orc arson, ouise n erson. hir ow: Icmes Connolly. Semor Superlafives Most Popular Boy FRANCIS RIOPEL Most Sophisticated Boy DONALD PRENSNER Most Athletic Boy VICTOR VEZOULIS Most Brrlllant Boy KENNETH MORANO Personallty Boy DANIEL SULLIVAN Best Looking Boy DAVID SCALES Most Talented Boy PAUL PRIESTLEY Most Bashful Boy PAUL SIKORIS Cutest Boy ROGER PAYNE Best Natured Boy ROBERT WICKSTROM Wnttlest Boy JOHN MACK Best Dressed Boy RUSSELL LEMAY Most Likely to Succeed Boy ANTHONY COWAL Contributed Most to Class Boy JAMES CONNOLLY Most Popular Glrl KARIN GUSTAFSON Most Sophlstlcated Gurl CAROL DUNTON Most Athletic Glrl ELIZABETH VOKES Most Brilliant Glrl BARBARA LARSON Personality Glrl NORMA HILL Best Looking Glrl Most Talented Grrl SANDRA HINDON Most Bashful Glrl CAROL HALLBERG Cutest Glrl CAROL ANN WILKINS Best Natured Glrl MARJORIE HALEY Wlttlest Girl NANCY PARAVANO Best Dressed Glrl JUDITH MAYNARD Most Lukely to Succeed Girl VERA PACE Contributed Most to Class Gnrl KARLA OLANDER I , , , . . . DORIS BARIBEAULT Qfcuss Ugsfory The sun was shunung brughtly the our was brusk there were huge whute clouds un the sky certaunly not an unusual day for Aprul but ut was for us the future class of 1955 It was Oruentatuon Day and on the steps of North Hugh were gathered many luttle boys and many bug gurls a pucturesque scene undeed as we a ganglung unproportuoned group stood there un the sunlught throwung popcorn at each other as we wauted for the theater doors to open wasnt too long before we brught prospectuve freshmen were led unto the school assembly hall The more nauve of our group were awed by the suze by the beauty by the splendor of Norths audu toruum and nervously glanced around for murals But the boy un the next seat knew all the swers Havung lust left hus mulluon dollar Junuor Hugh he looked around smugly and saud wuth a sneer Whata dump! It certaunly takes all kunds to make a world The next tume we vusuted thus dump was the followung Sep tember when we began our fresh man year A tear comes to our eye as we recall our last first day of school outfit To celebrate the bug day we had rushed out the day before to adorn ourselves un brught array Wuth the gurls un theur Mary Jane Patent Leathers and the boys un theur shuny Buster Brown shoes we certaunly cut a handsome figure The audutoruum was buzzung wuth actuvuty Suddenly our ummature natures began to show and we felt our knees bucklung But happy day' We were ummeduately en couraged by the fruendly greetungs of the upperclassmen who stood on the sudelunes hecklung Then above the dun came a vouce Wull those students whose last names begun wuth A please take the first seats un the fourth row left of the suxth row of the opposute ausle'P And wull those students whose last names begun wuth B un accord ance wuth the precedung unstruc By NANCY ANN PARAVANO tuons take theur seats respectuvely'? How we were going to love North' Durung our first day of hugh school we really dud some explor ung the boys stumbled across the gurls room the gurls stumbled unto the boys room we toured the bouler room and the musuc room we staggered unto the chem lab and by suxth peruod we had even sughted the cafeterua After we were advused to copy the room numbers of the old and new buuld ung on the back of our pads we had luttle dufficulty findung our way although thus new buuldung was a mystery We finally stopped searchung decudung ut must have been a figure of speech For uts a long long tume from September to January but we made ut second half freshmen and feelung pretty cocky about ut We had duscarded our duffie bags and were now carryung our books under our arms We were re spected members of the Glee Club and Stamp Club We had con quered push ups un Gym and had learned to devour a student dunner un one munute fiat The love lufe un our freshman year was faurly nul wuth the ex ceptuon of a few Romeos and Juluets who took no tume at all un adlustung themselves There were plenty of dances for the fresh men to get acquainted most of whuch were monopoluzed by the upper classmen but we were not to be duscouraged Anyway wuth Sprung lust around the corner the freshmen boys were too busy grow ung and the freshmen gurls were lust too busy Love Is Too Much Trouble and Our Hearts Were Young and Gay, were the first hugh school plays we saw and we were really taken wuth theur stars I was amazung that these talented actors and actresses went to our school and gosh' why dudn't Holly wood grab them cuz gee whuz' they were certaunly good enough Wuth the boys turnung theur ad muratuon toward the track and baseball stars of course the gurls admured too un a dufferent way our freshman year ended complete wuth all our udols A has been sophomore once told me that there was no state so woe ful and neglected as that of the sophomore The sophomore she told me us the un between man H us at that dufficult age and havung lust left a year of confusuon he us about to enter a year of boredom Her theory dud not prove enturely correct For some of us ut was the best year of our hugh school lufe At least we could console ourselves wuth the thought that we were no longer green We could and we dud lean agaunst the wall wuth the best of them hecklung the uncomung freshmen And were we ever help ful? The Cafeterua9 That was room forty three Dont mund the acud odors lust lunchl The elevator? Straught down the hall tul you come to room one But soon we tured of thus folly and turned to more seruous thoughts The gurls loaned all sorts of clubs the do somethung club the do nothung club and of course ownung not one flashbulb the Camera Club was a must Meanwhile back at the ranch Hop and the boys were venturung unto athletucs Much to theur dusap pountment many of the boys got nothung out of theur efforts but splunters from the bench but prac tuce makes perfect and they stuck to theur sports In some ways our sophomore year proved awkward We werent new but neuther were we old We trued to mux publucly We went to the dances The sophomore boys helped hold up the walls along wuth the lunuor and senuor boys and the sophomore gurls sat on the benches wuth the lunuor and senuor gurls but luke our freshman year few were aware of our existence To allevuate thus condutuon a few udealusts planned a Sophomore Prom That way they asserted sophomores would finally gaun equal rughts wuth the upper class men But the udea fizzled out and come May the only prom we at ,, Y , u f' , , . . . . . . . - ll - - - I 1 ' 1 5 . I 1 ' ' 1 : ' . . . , . - - - 1 1 . , I 1 - 1 f 1 ' ' e 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 , . . - . I . It , . , . . . . 1 . . . ,, ,, . . . 1 1 1 ' , . . , . - I . - , . . . . , . . Cn' - - . . . . . . . . , . , . ,, ,, . . . . . , . ' 1 ' 1 11 11 - ' ' ' 1 . 1 1 1 . - I - I 1 1 ' 1 I . . 1 . . , - I 1 ' . , - . 1 1 ' . ' 1 1 . - T 1 1 . . ,, . . - 1 1 1 ' ' . , . , . - 1 1 I - . , - -- I , - tended nf we were lucky enough was the Junnor Prom And alas we sank back nnto our neglected shell The Dramatnc Club put on nts annual play and we were agann n the audnence The Varnety Show came and left and we won dered whether we would ever get out of the orchestra pnt But everything comes to hnm who wants We were lunnors and dnd we gloat' We dndnt even bother wnth the nncomnng freshmen we were too busy We finally got off the bench and got nnto the game We were finally out of the orchestra pnt and on the stage We had found definnte nnterests we be longed to clefinnte groups and we had definnte ndeas But despnte all thns happnness the boys suddenly began to worry Outsnde of sports, they dndnt belong to very many organnzatnons They decnded to do something about nt They became lonners the Scnence Club the Stamp Club the Latnn Club and of course ownnng not one flash bulb the Camera Club was a must Well all these clubs would definnte ly take care of that years year book Datewnse we lunnors were nn the pnnk out every Frnday and Saturday nnght We had more dates than the sennors but then the sennors were a pntnfully nn adequate class Meanwhnle when we werent scornnng the under classmen and sennors we began to thnnk sernously of the future well not too sernously We were concerned because we couldnt ngnore those pesty gundance slnps that kept comnng to us What dnd we want to do when we grew up? We were even wrntnng themes about nt nn Englnsh On the verge of desperation, we attended 'ob conferences We dnscovered all the 'obs avanlable nn thns world bus boy telephone operator, flagpole pannter Ah Amernca the land of opportunntnes' We stopped worry mg about the future After all we were stnll young yet Junnor class electnons came up and we learned the art of demo cratnc votnng No talknng nn lnne One ballot per person And as our officers we selected Jnmmy Connolly Karnn Gustafson, Norma Hnll and Whntey Wnckstrom The lunnor class became qunte a clnque How could North functnon wnthout us? Look what we'd done for the school magaznne Salnsbury Sauce was now complete nt carrned our names We were stnll nn the clouds around Junnor Prom tnme A few problems were arnsnng What orchestra should we have for the Prom? Where should we hold nt? Whom were we gonng wnth'P We argued, we talked, we looked, and finally everythnng was settled The Waysnde lnn was chosen satnsfynng fifty per cent Johnny Cutler was the orchestra satnsfynng another fifty per cent And practtcally everyone went, sat nsfynng one hundred per cent Our lunnor year ended and everyone was happy Early nn September, the sennor gnrls headed stranght for Mabels room to bunld thenr nest The boys arrnved nn thenr own cars confi dently smoknng And up above, Mnghty Allah watched over the heap bng sennors lt took us a few days to get used to our supernor posntnons, but we had so much concent left over from our lunnor year that adlustnng ourselves was soon no problem However there were a few forgetful moments when wed fraternnze wnth under classman On the whole we were qunte dnsgusted wnth the way North welcomed us back We were pushed nnto the assembly hall as nf we were freshmen and our nn telllgence was tested The mathe You mnght thnnk we couldnt count l 3 5 7 9 There was a three day fiesta wnth tests durnng whnch we took a three day snesta For the first few months of the new term there was a lnttle con fusnon The sennor graduatnng Inst had been posted and nt was then we dnscovered lust how stubborn the office could be They refused to let persons who were Iacknng only two or three ponnts graduate What grouches' Nevertheless, our sennor year was specnal and nothnng could sponl nt We wnll never forget the 'oy expernenced when the gnrls learned they need don thenr green rompers only once nnstead of twnce a week for Gym And the boys were lust as ecstatnc when they found they had taken enough showers to mernt them a ponnt nn Gym Now they could graduate' Tnme was passnng qunckly and the November electnons were soon upon us As Sennor Class Officers Gussne and Whntey agann rengned along wnth Hop Rnopel and Vera Pace There were more elections to follow We voted and voted and voted and elected everyone from class athlete to class flag bearer The sennor class had nts ups and downs There were tnmes when we felt very humble and there were tnmes when we felt very nmport ant Everythnng was runnnng smoothly The faculty ran the school, and we took the crednt for nt We were the stars of the Varnety Show much to the lunnors dnsap ponntment, and we took four weeks to celebrate The class got to know each other as nndnvnduals and most of us were good frnends but we all had one common enemy tnme How we could stop that clock from tncknng' Seated comfortably nn the assembly hall and havnng dreadful qualms about first hours we would thnnk to ourselves how stupendous thns partncular speaker was Take a bow, another and another and another What an apprecnatnve audnence we were' And nf there was any nnterference wnth our clappnng we found ourselves nn fine snngnng vonce We coughed and coughed and coughed untnl a bandage was finally slapped on our arms and we were tested for We blnnked and our sennor year was endnng and we all lumped for 'oy But we shall see how loyful nt ns, when, twenty years from now, we can no longer trnp the lnght fantastnc So that we would not forget our frnends and so they would be ever aware of our dy namnc presence we gave way to exchangnng class pnctures Scrnbb lnng along the edges from lack of space we wrote Dear Joanne Your frnendshnp has been lnke a burnnng candle wnthnn never to be extnngunshed I wnll always re member our happy escapades nn Gym I wnll always remember the day you passed Mnss Tomlnnsons test with a snxty five l shall al ways remember the Dramatnc Club play nn whnch you were the only one to fluff her lnnes I wnll always remember the class day pncnnc at whnch you ate lnke a fieldhand and gobbled lnke a hog l wnll al ways remember your shnnnng mascara pannted face I wll member all the games we watched at the Athletic Fneld remember the tnme the ball hnt you on the head? What a rnot' But heck you wouldnt be you wnthout that scar Gee whnz gosh golly Joanne we ve had some great tnmes to gether and I know Ill never for get our four years at North As ever Sarah - . n I U . . . ' I I . . s l . . i . I . . I I ' f . . I . . ' . . , . . . , . . , - . , . . . . . . . , 2 , , . - 1 ' ' ' T T I - J u 1 - I I . , I . . . . , . . . . .l ' . . I 1' I . . ' ' , I I - , . . an I ' - . I , - . T.B. I I I l ' . . , ' I , . . ' I - o 1 . '. . . matical tests were a cinch. Really! ' . ' - - 1 . 1 1 T I I ' "" I u - . . . , 1 I u ' , ' - , , r I I 1 U . 1 - - I c 1 I . I I 1 in . . ' l . . . 1 I . . . , , - . ' I . . I . . , - - ' . i re- l l Q I . . I . . . I - . u I . . . , , , ' I I . I I . I ' ' u J n c I n - ' . . , . , . : ' ' . - - I SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE Norma L Hull Co Chanrman Danael D Sulluvan Co Chaurman John L Andrews Dorls B Barlbault Edward C Lommsky Russell J Lemay Annette C Vnrgrllo Karen E Luneen Dorcas B Marsaw Barbara A Wooten Ann J Zamarro Marlorue Haley Ruth A Salme Terrence F OHara Thomas J ONeuII Davud A Scales ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE Karla A Olander Co Chairman Edward W Foster Co Chalrman John T Mack John F Slmonclnl Carol J Chapman Nancy A Norton Ronald K Vucaruo JoAnn C Pedone Donald A Prensner Paul J Pruestley Nancy A Paravano Marllyn Haynes Lmda M Cole F Lmcoln Vlner Vlctor S Vezoulls MOTTO COMMITTEE Barbara A Larson Co Chairman Ronald F Swenson Co Chalrman John F Mulllgan Sallie J Robunson Dnana Lambert Nadine Newton Robert A Cosmos Marcla J Lund Robert F McKeon Marilyn Zellers GIFT COMMITTEE Muriel Lambert Helen M Paquette Co Chairman Marne E Grout James T Gustafson Roger G Massey Rnchard J Bouchard emor Committees CLASS DAY COMMITTEE CaroleJ T DuPont Co Chalrman Susan Bowditch Co Chalrman Ann E Bauley Judith L Maynard Anthony C Cowal Paul G Slkorls David L Backlln Carol A Tuveson Duane B Burnham Lawrence E Mellen Lawrence W Pouttu Eugene F Sullnvan CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE Carol L Dunton Co Chaurman James V DeMlchele Co Chaurman Bette M Vokes Francis C McGourty Barbara L Forsberg Francls P Qulnn ' I ' 1 . . , ' I I , . ' I n . . , . , i 1 I - Co-Chairman . I 1 1 . F ' I ' I msuclcuuf s f 4 cu 'ss Parents Teachers Fruends We the Class of Nuneteen Fufty five welcome you to our Class Day exercuses Your presence here adds much to our enuoyment ofthe day and we thank you for comung We thank you too for all you have done to make thus day possuble for us We wull never forget your sacruflces and your encouragement You have made possuble our happy years here at North Hugh We have many pleasant memorues of classes dances assemblues partues and athletuc events to whuch Class Day and Graduatuon wull be added Here we have formed fruendshups gauned knowledge and have been fortufled for that future whuch looks brught and promusung We hope to play an umportant part un that future Much must be done by us and by young graduates luke us from all the schools un the country We shall add to our learnung and serve our own country well We shall make our way un meducune science law undustry and other fields of endeavor We hope to be worthy of your efforts un our behalf and to be an unspuratuon to those who follow us here at North Hugh you agaun Pomp and Curcumstance Elgar ORCHESTRA Presudents Address FRANCIS D RIOPEL Malenguena Leucona KARLA A OLANDER Class Puanust Class Hustory NANCY A PARAVANO Class Oratlon JAMES R CONNOLLY Cl SS X Cll Wuthout A Song Youmans SANDRA L HINDON Class Vocalust P Presentation of C'ass Guft HELEN T M PAQUETTE 1041141111 Acceptance WILLARD K FRENCH Pruncupal Overture from Kusmet Wrught Forrest ORCHESTRA l NANCY A NORTON Class Wull and Testament I KARLA A OLANDER Class Song AKERLUND MISCHITELLI North Hugh School Song C 5 . , i Z f ' Y 1 if ' , m ' 1 1 Q . f ' L 'Q f cc c We have been fortunate in having you for parents, our teachers, and our friends. Thank North Hugh un the past four years, has seen us arruve as more or less nauve chuldren and has watched us mature steaduly to the pount that now we have learned to cope wuth the cornplexutues of an adult socuety wuth more under standung and greater confidence On Fruday June 'I7 1955 the class of fifty five wull move on un order to make room for others who wull undergo thus same ullumunatung process Even the most callous of us wull not leave hugh school wuthout ex peruencung slught pangs of gratu tude and regret and as we ad vance unto the labyrunth of lufe we shall carry wuth us the spurut and the udeals acquured at North Hugh School It may seem strange to us that we are deemed worthy of duploma but then we recall the adage whuch suggests that educa tuon us a key revealung to us the actual extent of our ugnorance There us much that cannot be found between the covers of a book There are problems of human relatuons personal achueve ment and finally of world duscon duscovered that he possessed emo tuon Mankund as a whole us quute equal to these problems Cuvuluza tuon has steaduly uncreased and bettered utself sunce uts unutuatuon Thus was not effected by men con tent to sut back and merely place personal ambutuon before publuc benefit It does nevertheless seem to be the fortune of the youth of the world to garner the blame of many scotfing adults who scapegoat the mustakes of theur own age on us But there wull always be crutucs One of the old Greeks a fruend of Socrates l belueve but that us urrelevant made a statement to the effect that ut would undeed be 6lass Orafuon a wonder uf the world could sur vuve the onslaughts of the ensuung generatuon Well ut somehow seems to have mode ut If youth us responsuble for the depravatuon of the world to whom, therefore should the credut for uts rectufica tuon be attrubuted'-P Our generatuon us un a very precaruous posutuon The future us both lumutless and completely un preductable We are cutuzens of the world s finest natuon It us a natuon composed of a munglung of peoples from all corners of the globe Its governmental structure us depend ent upon the wull of these peoples and the very basus of thus structure us unvested un fauth un God Today us beung challenged We are luvung un an age un whuch scuence has achueved goals hereto fore undreamed f It has pro duced un addutuon to uts unnumer able beneficual products forces of peace whuch uf used as weapons of war are capable of reducung enture contunents to dust Yes our work as clearly cut out for us After all though the pucture us not so gloomy as ut may appear ln recent years gugantuc strudes have been made toward a unuted world whose ultumate obuectuve us peace The answer to the whole sutua tuon us latent un us yes the gradu atung class of nineteen fifty five of North Hugh School and thousands by James Connolly of other graduatung classes across the country Because we are the essentual organs un the body f peace we are figuratuvely speak ung rught on the spot and ut s up to us to deluver Each one of us should subtly uf not obvuously deducate humself to the task of doung hus small seem ung Ameruca and by so doung he wull be strengthening the posutuon of Democracy Lets remember un a few years the world wull be ours to handle and uts fate us un our own hands The leaders of today have been and are doung theur lob and doung ut well they ex pect as much from us Regardless of whuch walk of lufe we choose to pursue followung graduatuon let us cherush the udeals and prlncuples whuch we have had the advantages of receuvung so that wuth the help of God w mught present them Intact to our posteruty that they umprove the chances for world too mug ht happuness and harmony when guven theur chance I I . . . I , ' I I I 5 . I . I I ' . ' . . . I . . . . . . I I G . . . . . I - . . . - 1 ' ' ' . . , - 0 . . . . I I . - . ' . I . , . i . . 1 , I . I . 1 . . . I . . I . - . . . . . u I . . I I tent that have existed since man our democratic form of government ingly insignificant part in improv- . . . . . , . r I ' - r U . . . - O . - I . . . . I . .. . . - I . . . . , . . - I . . . . . . I . . . . I - . , . I I I I I . . ' I . . . . . . . I . I e I . . - . I I I . I . I . . . . I I u . I - . , . lass Will We the Class of 1955 being absolutely certain that os for as possible we are m complete possession of all our mental faculties do hereby present to you our class will mg and the exquisite exhi manners into our very solid 3 I water coolers Indirect light drum some English and some buts of decorative beauty on heads Y' P ' sound proof rogm 5 To Mr Its really easy Klley celted, and boisterous Class of 56, we tenderly bequeath our seniority and places of honor at North together with our suave distinguished and reputable manners which they need desperately' 2 To the dlsheveled dlsgomted, and dlscombobulated Class of 57, we sweetly bequeath our electric elastic and beatufic personalities with the request that they be used with caution and care 3 To the adolescent, brazen, clamorous, delinquent, e centric Class of 58 we reluctantly bequeath our dynamic and Elnstemlc schol astic ability in the hope that they will not fall into the traditional sophomore slump 4 To the uneducated, unorgan ized, uncertain, unstable and un everything else Class of 59, we charitably leave our ultra-modern school with its foam rubber seats wall- to-wall carpeting isinglass canon 2 'I To Mr Patience is a virtue French, we leave our grate ful thanks for his much needed advice and criticism has done to make our stay at North more pleasant b it for four five or sux years 2 To Mr I must have a head ache Abbott we leave super duper large economy size bottle of aspirin to be taken In future years when he is dealing with classes more troublesome than that of 55 3 To Mlss When you go abroad Tomlinson, we leave a con densed history book which will permit more time for her fabulous oral travel ogues 4 To Mlss Have you seen latest play?" McClure, leave our thanks for many trying experiences had while attempting te W 9 S8 and Mr Try again and dont give up Clason, we leave quite a few broken test tubes and glass plates together with many cracked and stained aprons but most Important we leave you our grateful thanks for your wonderful patience and understanding 6 To Mass Of course you re going to college Burns, we leave the records of our marks with the hope that she may use our example to benefit other classes 7 To Mr Test on Tuesday Shannon, a newcomer to our school and one whom we have all grown to like w leave five perfectly attentive classes for next year 8 To Mr Where are my car keys?" laska, we leave whole new class to be mat: ated into the mysteries of seniority Section 3 1. Karln What have you done this month? Gustafson and Carol Got any news? Chap- O O O O I I I . , . I I . I . . . - I . I - . . , , the astel walls of ever 1 To the nous lm etuous con- P Y H , 1, - . l . II ' I I I I ' II , I 0 o 1 n 1 I I . I ' . I II ' ' ' II I I a ' I I I I 0 I ' ' ' ' I ' digg'-ranged, digpqrqgedl Und also 'FOI' 6Vel'Yll'1lng he ' l ' Il I I I e ' II 1 I Q I ' I I ' . . . . I . I ' Il - I ' ' H I G . ' I 1 ' ' II Il , . . ' C, . . . . , . 1 I e , . . .. I . I H H ' - ' H ' ' " - , , - . a ll I a u .- . . ' ' - ' . ' " h ' e n th ' ff I h II io Il Il I man leave thelr 'obs of spy mg for Sauce maternal to next years Snoopers 2 Don Dug that Prensnerleaves hus love of lazz to Phlllp Classucal IS better Beaudry Danny Ive got a harem Sul llvan and Jlmmy So have I DeMlchele leave their lnttle black books to Davud Ive never seen one Dlll and Paul What are they? Eng und 4 Russ Why hurry? LeMay leaves hls easygoung way to Bob Ambutuon ns the space of lufe Hunter Tom Buy a dance order? Vlr gllI0 leaves her twenty two unch waist to all gurls who are trylng to whlttle theurs down 6 Carol Its safer to be qunet 8 Hallberg leaves her shyness to Clnny Its agamst my prmcuples Burke Wilfred See my pegs L Chance Battlsta They re real cool man Gugllemettl and Art Check my D A .lollo leave theur zoot sults to Peter Just call me Joe College Tsouros ack Smuth Slmonclnl unwnll lngly leaves Sue behlnd 9 oe Bancroft Bucclaglla leaves some of has wnnd to Carol put? puff Peterson who needs a lot of It to play her bagplpes IO Carol Harry Dunton and Sally Rainbow Robinson leave theur sophnstucatnon plus to Carol How do you use ut? Jorlorlan ll Helen I love to talk Paquette, Marlon Chatterbox Casey Joyce I dont talk much Nordgren, and Carol Neuth er do I Tuveson, leave their guft of gab to Sally How do ou do ut? Hehlr and Carol Whnspernng gurl Boucher I2 Betty Pep vum and vngor Vokes leaves her love for sports an the hope that a Girls Varsity Club wlll be formed In the future I3 Don Ipassecl' Kalll and Ann Hot rod Zamarro leave thenr convertnbles to Hastmgs Ill stuck to my old ones Flower 14 Andy Stretch Sotlropolous leaves a few spare Inches of hss hevght to Frankie I may be short but ORelIly who may have trouble belng seen but never has trouble being heard I5 Sue Raphael Seymour Helen Rembrandt lrany Lmcoln Banx Vmer and Ralph Drummer Caputo leave theur masterpleces of art to Mass Chrlstenson so she can msplre her not so talented pupils 'I6 Terry I take thnngs as they come OHara Paul Rubber legs Prlestly, Roger Fancy free Massey, and Whntey Got flve dollars for dues? Wlckstrom leave thelr good naturedness to the 55 Jumor Prom Commuttee who got all shook up 17 Joan Red Leventhal and Ernle Its naturally curly DeProspo leave theur sales manshnp tactlcs to the adver tusmg staff of next years NORTHERN LIGHTS Board James Bradford Iflnallymade t Powers leaves wlth has brnefcase I9 Jlm Speed demon Connolly and Franny Im one oo McGourty leave theur speed In runnlng to Bob ae agaun Pedone and Winfield Dldnt qulte make It Tandy who are always late for school 20 Rose Ann Walt tlll you know me better DelRosso Lucllle I know more than Im tell mg Graham and Alice Carrot top Ahlstrom leave thelr qulet ways to Patty I dont need them Doyle and Barb I know I dont O Nelll - 'I - ' - J 11 11 ' ' 11 11 . H ,, . . . . . 1 11 11 - - ' - - 11 11 11 ' 11 . . . . I' ' ' H . 11 11 11 - 11 ' 11 ' r 11 1 11 1 . . . . 11 ' 11 3. 11 1 11 - H I H . ' ' H H - 11 ' ' 11 11 . . . . ' 11 1 I ' " ' 11 11 - 11 I' .H - ' 11 11 11 , . I 11 1 11 11 1 H ' 11 11 11 11 . . ' U ' 11 1 11 Y - 11 ' . ,, . . . . ' ' 11 - - - 11 . . - 11 Y ' . . . , 11 - 1 11 - 1 1 5 ' 11 11 ' - ' ' I 'I 8 11 . . . , I , , . ,, . . ' l 11 11 ' ' ' ' 11 11 11 11 - 11 1 - 11 - . 11 1 t 11 . . . , 11 1 - 11 ' 11 1 - - - 11 L t - - 11 , . - 11 ' 11 ' 1 - - 11 11 11 ' ' 11 11 ' 7. a- . , ' 11 1 1 ' ' ' 11 ,, . . 1 1 11 1 ' 11 11 ' ' ' . . . 11 - - , 11 ' 1 1 11 1 - 11 1 1 11 ' . - 11 ' 1 11 11 ' 1 11 11 . . ,, - 1 J H ' N ' ' ' ' - 11 11 ' 1 11 ' 1 ' ' 11 11 ' 11 1 11 1 I ' 1 . 21 Helen Ilove the boys Gubson Lorraune And the boys love me Leyden Martha Count me un Merrull and Pat Ido all rught too Hermans leave theur secrets on gettung dates to be dustrubuted equally among the underclass gurls 22 Vunnue Struke up the band Muschutellu leaves has versa tule musucal talent to John Rock and Roll Salerno Norma Blondue Hull leaves her gorgeous locks to Marlon How do you grow them? Ka u 24 The Seven Dwarfs John Bashful O Druscoll Ruchard Dopey Lombardu Pau Happy Sukorus Ruchard Sneezy Mangs Angelo Doc Perrone Earl Grum py Roach and Robert Sleepy Power leave North Hugh In search of theur future Snow Wuves 25 Carl Poet Lundgren leaves hus creatuve abuluty to Mr Greenwoods classes who dont apprecuate hus love for verse Hop Dorus Rlopel and Vuc lm stayung sungle Vezoulus leave theur athletuc abuluty to Jerry lll be a sports hero when I grow up Dunton 27 Carol Ann Guggles Wulkuns and Marulyn Whats funny? Haynes gladly leave the long hours they spent studyung for Muss Tomlunson s hustory tests JoAnn All lufes a stage Pe done leaves a lot of luck to next years Dramatuc Club Ruchard Test Tube Bouchard and Aram Beaker Moora duan leave whule busuly com pulung a book on how to master chemustry 30 Sandra Lark Hundon leaves her delughtful vouce to Judy Jenny Lund Gustafson Georgua Lufe s wonderful Kotseas Jean S re t OToole and Paulune H there Daduan leave theur fruendly smule to anyone who needs ut to wun fruends and unfluence people 32 Howue I hate hustory Ruchard son and Larry Potts Pouttu leave theur fifth hour seats un the lubrary to Wayne Smules come easy Gagner and Freddue Reporter Pasquer e a Judy Omega Kappa May nard Ann Theta Alpha Bauley and Marulyn Sugma Zellers leave theur extensuve wardrobes to all the gurls who gaze longungly Uluans wundow Lous Stretch Jepsen leaves her growung pulls to Laura Just guve me tume Ritter who us tured of beung marked absent by teachers who never see her Barbara Tech Larson leaves her hectuc schedule to those lackadausucal freshmen wuth out a care un the world Nan Easton s Paravano leaves the echos of her oru gunal laugh rungung un the hallowed halls of North Hugh 37 Tom FunFare Tomasuan rudung to Marulyn Guess Ill never learn Cole who us al ways sore on Monday morn ungs and usually over 3 Ron Vucaruo and Ahmed Dusc Jockey Mustafa leave theur tumblung to anyone wuth enough nerve to try ut Marcua Sugn the book please Lund leaves Mr Abbotts of Hce un the care of Roy lll guve you a slup Pratt 40 Judy Sug Ep McKenzue Dor cas ATO Marsaw Pat Im 11 11 ' 11 - 11 ' ' . . , . ' 11 ' 11 1 so I - in 11 11 11 - 1 - , . . ' II ' II 1 . ,, . . . , I ' ' l ' ' ' 11 11 ' I 11 - - 11 ' 28 11 - 1 11 - ' ' 11 - 11 T ' ' . I . . . . 11 11 I 29. ' " " - 35. " " ' 11 11 - ' . . . - - - 23 11 - 11 ' ' l 11 11 11 1 11 l'l. '- ll ll ' , 4 n 1 ' ' 11 11 11 1 11 , 11 11 1 - - 1 ,, ,, . I 11 11 ' , I ' 11 ' 1 11 - " " ' ' , ' ,, . . ,, leaves his love of horseback 11 11 I ' U l ls ' ' ' I' ' , 1 ' 11 11 11 11 I " ' , , - 11 ' - 11 - I . . ll Il ' 11 - 11 . 1, 11 8. Up - - 11 ' ' 11 - 11 f - 11 ' ll II ' ' . . . . " " skill in ' , . . ,, . , . . h 11 ' ' 11 11 - , H , ,, I ll . ' . ' II I 26 ,, . ,, u . - - 11 0 ll I - - 11 - 11 11 - ' ' - ' 11 11 1 ll I ' ' 11 - 11 11 f 11 ' - 1 - 1 ll ' ' ll If ll I ' 1 not particular Lord Barb Phu Gam Forsberg and Vlrglnla I make the rounds Shea leave their secret key to all the frat houses under the mat of 56 41 Rlch Whats the use of chem ustry? Llndgren leaves his ablluty to sung at anytime and anyplace to Frank Gobel Molmarl John Beekeeper Andrews and Ken Glossy hunter Morano leave their ambition to Ernle I like the five year plan Foster nny Its a sm to tell Ile Quinn Paul I need rest Zendzlan and Gene Im glad nts over Sulllvan leave the wall opposite Room 23 to be upheld by Kent I need somebody different for Saturday night Sandquast and Roger Ill fix you up Taylor Duane Call me Du and Murlel lm Kitty Lambert leave the North Hugh Faculty bewltch ed bothered and bewlld ered 45 Davld Carefree and gay An derson and Barry Life as a song OKeefe leave their independent ways to Tommy Ill be glad to Zambarano who IS almost always worry :ng about someone else 46 Ronny Moose Martln leaves an empty space on the bench of the basketball team which we hope can be filled Nadlne Huey Newton Barb Dewne Lyons and Ann Louie Cahlll leave their un separable ways to Suzanne Peat Cobb and Martha Repeat Abbott Jan Rich Loveland and Gln ny Buzz Cory leave with rings on their fingers and bells on their toes 49 Linda Short and small Cole Evelyn Slum and tall Dar rell Ruthie I always have a a Salme and Barb wish my car wouldnt stall Wooten leave Mabel recup erating from the strenuous exercise she received every mornmg trying to get them all to theur homerooms o time 50 Bunny I dont want to g home Scarcello leaves her undying thanks to Flo Sure Ill put the top down Dodge for cartlng her anywhere anytime 51 Tony Chief Cowal leaves the edltorshlp of next years Record to Teddy Ready walling and able Bohlglan with mixed emotions 52 Davld Lets skip Berg leaves his parking space In front of school to Ronny Im with you Johnson 53 Betty Yea North' Anson and Margie We won' Haley leave their cheerleading spirit to Judy Silence is golden Gustafson and Gall Speech as always silver Perrault 54 Sue Miss U S Steel ow dutch Vera Lavousler Pace and Marie Venn vid: vlcl Grout leave their loys of Latin IX for Mr McMahon to use whenever he feels that his classes are becoming loyless 55 Dennis Im new around here Carroll leaves with his friendly way Bob Skt Fiend Cournoyer and Davld Dont make m blush Scales leave their hallway romances to next years wallfiowers 57 Larry Gee what a grouch' Mellen and Ronny Swede Swenson leave two unvuta tions to all the Tech proms next year un the care and keeping of Mr Abbott Ap plncatlons may be filled out un has office 58 Eero I want to be a dentist Alldld leaves has remarkable seriousness despite his sense of humor to all gurls who love to giggle 59 Jane Labs my love Akerlund and Duane Hoop skurt Burn ham leave their abnluty to do advanced math to everyone who spends most of his spare time In Room I ' ll 11 11 ' r 11 11 1 - - 1 ' 11 ' 11 ' 11 11 , . ' ' ' 11 11 . . . - . . ,, . . 11 ' 1 11 - - ll 47 ' 11 11 ' I 11 - 11 ' " ' - V I 11 - 11 B l ,, . ,, . . . - - - ' .H ' ' ' 11 - - 11 I I I ' ' ' ' N . H . . . . .,, 11 11 I I 11 11 I 5 , 11 11 . . l ' 48 11 - 11 - - 42 11 11 I I 11- 11 s ll Il ' 0 11 11 I ' ' Il I ll . ,, . - ' 11 l I ' 11 11 . - 1 11 - 11 - l I ' ll ll ' ' ll 11 - 1 - 11 1 ' 1 - 43. Tom Aunt lufe grand ONelll, H H , H I ,, , . b II , I e Fra a I 1 1 11 11 - - 11 ' 11 , C 11 ' ' I 1 , , 11 1 - 1 11 ' ' . l ,, , 11 11 . , . . Fl 11 11 Q ll I 1 ' ' - 11 1 11 I ' " H ll I ' , . O 11 ' - - 11 ' ' I 1 1 11 ' ' 44 ' 11 -11 ' - 11 1 - 11 , . . I , 11 1 11 . .. . I I - 11 - 11 ' ' ' . . , ' 11 11 11 ' I . . . ,, . . ' 11 11 - , , ll ' ' 1 II I Il 11 1 - . ,, . ,, ' ' 11 1 - 11 - - - 11 1 11 - - - - ' - 11 1 - - . ,, . . 60 Louuse Im blonde Anderson leaves her 'ob as Mr French s pruvate secretary to anyone who s lucky enough to get ut George I work the lughts Fotuades, Dave I pull th curtauns Backlun, and Eddue I lust hold my breath Foster leave theur efficuent and suc cessful stage management of Readun Rutun and Rhythm to the varuety show of next year Carolyn I love Don Lucuer and Lee I hate formulas Carlson gladly leave chem ustry to anyone who wants ut 63 Jean I love Luberace Martun and Helen Irush Jug OCon nor leave theur love of musuc and dancung to Nancy Mac Johnson and Carol Ann Bal Wayne IO5 average McDon nell leaves hus bowlung abul uty to Lusa 45 average Backstrom who can use ut 65 Marue Im Irush Murphy and Bull lm lust a crazy muxed up kud Hester leave theur naturally curly haur to all e gurls who spend agonuz ung hours un puncurls Dorus My face always shunes Barubeault leaves the secrets of her make up kut to Carole Dave Panduanu to use for future Dramatuc Club plays 67 Norths Farmers of Fifty five Russell Carlson Ralph Chase, James Gustafson Stephan Hall Charles Kasperson, John Kronoff, Bob Lundstrom Ted McElwaun Alden Flagg Joe Scott and Glorua Whut man leave North whule promusung to make our state a luttle greener 68 Sklp Water pustol Slattery, Paul Luve and let luve Tour sue, Wayne I luke my fun Belles Paul lm for havung a good tume Cahill and Carroll Lufes too short Densmore leave theur hugh spuruts and love of fun to all who take classes too seru ously 69 Ruth Quuet and dependable Raula, Carol A demure muss DuPont, and Phyllus Wusdom and sulence Luan leave North unobtrusuvely but headed for great futures 70 Roland lmade ut Thorn Wul luam Me too Ruordan Kaar lo Me three Runtala and Edward And away we go Cathlune leave as happy senuors 7l Chris I thunk Ill dye my haur Galanto Luane May I bor row your comb? Brown Lul llan l lost my lupstuck Matt son Joanna I dont need any bleach Melfsky and Charlotte Do you have a bobbypun? Rooney leave portable compacts un the unk well of each desk at North 72 Bob Esquure McKeon leaves hus metuculous style un dress ung to Jon Farmer Brown who hates to wear a tue Martha I ve got a secret Tav las and Mary Please tell m Labovutes leave the locker room shocked at the tales of theur wuld weekends 74 Ed Pro Lomlnsky leaves North wuth the hope that a specual room wull be buult where future athletes may store theur golf clubs and tennus rackets Joe I hate tutors Caputo and Joe lm un the Army now skun unuforms to next years football potentualutues Betty Jane Daredevul Wood warcl and Karen Ill take a chance anytume l.uneen leave after successfully start ung the lersey fad John Z Mack leaves hus never turung wut and hus abul uty to have a good tume at any occasuon to Bob Drum mer Bowdutch Connue Math and I dont cluck Walz leaves North gladly for Forsythe and Bernue Wltncsserl, IIILIPIJ and zonupllc rl by NANt Y NORTON and KAR1 A ULANDER uho leaue nothing but their best wuslws to all for tht uturf ' 11 1 11 I - i ll . - , - 1 11 , 1 . 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I w A ' , , , , , , V - , mum Y Harm P C10 cus gh G N yP Bb L L Ad LOUISE O ANDERSON ANN E BAILEY CAROLE J T DUPONT NORMA L HILL NADINE NEWTON GEORGIA KOTSEAS BARBARA A LARSON NANCY A NORTON VERA G PACE NANCY A PARAVANO RUTH A RAILA SALLIE J ROBINSON MARILYN ZELLERS ff' 'E I f if, ,, If I, First Row, lelt Io ight: Ruth Raila, Nadine Newton, Marilyn Zellers, Anne Bailey, Secon Row, left to ri t: Vera Pace. Norma Hill, e o, ar ara a , uise n er . TYUT3-9 Principal 's Council The Principal's Council, com- prised of the presidents and vice- presidents of the various school clubs and organizations, has successfully worked to promote school spirit and better student- teacher relationships. The Coun- cil sponsored Norths annual Football Dance, aided In many assemblies, and acted as hosts for the Student Council Con vention The success of the Councils activities proves it need for all President JAMES CONNOLLY Vice-President BARBARA LARSON Secretary KARLA OLANDER Treasurer JOHN ANDREWS onno y s a e o s econ ow e o ng usan ow ic ana arson arm usason ary eron Marllyn Zellers IoAnn Pedone Nancy Anderson Vera Pace Florence Dodge Carole Pand1am Third Row left to rrght Ioseph Aboumrad Francis Rtopel Kenneth Morano Iames DeM1chele Robert Lamotte Edmond Colby Ioseph Bucc1agl1a - 1 . , . . . . S First Row left to right: Diane Burnham, Iohn Andrews, Karla Olander, Mr. Willard K. French, Principal Barbara Larson Iames C 11 Preidentglflizbth Vke. S dR ,lttt 'ht1S B d't h, L LV .,K.' G tt lvl H JAMES R CONNOLLY Edltor In Chief Ernest R DeProspo Business Manager Charles K Morano, Photographlc Edltor Vera G Pace, Secretary Karln E Gustafson, Assistant Secretary Robert F Wlckstrom, Treasurer Lawrence E Mellen, Assistant Treasurer Carroll M Abbott Faculty Advtsor Joseph F Ortman Associate Faculty Advisor PHOTO COMMITTEE C Kenneth Morano Chalrman John L Krcnoff Elnzabeth M Anson Thomas J Lavnn Carol Ann Wllluns Lawrence W Pouttu LITERARY STAFF John L Andrews Susan Bowdutch Duane B Burnham Anthony C Cowal Helen V Glbson Barbara A Larson Barbara A Lyons Nancy A Norton Helen M O Connor Karla A Olander Helen M Paquette Nancy A Paravano Ruth A Salme Lett to r1ght Ernest DeProspo Bust ness Manager C Kenneth Morano Photographrc Edttor Iames Connolly Eclltor ln Chtel Vera Pace Secretary Mr Carroll Abbott Faculty Advmsor ADVERTISING STAFF Joan E Leventhal Chaurman Marlorle Haley Asslstant Chanrman JoAnn C Pedone Karen E Llneen Annette C Vrrgulno Carolyn F Lucler Helen V Gibson Carol A Tuveson Eluzabeth J Woodward Marlon G Casey Howard P Richardson Ruth A Ralla Board Northern lrghfs' IOSEPH F ORTMAN Assocxate Faculty Advtsor Ftrst Row left to rtght Ernest DeProspo Iames Connolly Ken neth Morano Second Row left t rrght Ruth Salme Helen Paquette Carol Ann Wxlkms Annette Vxrgllto Thrrd Row left to rlght Carolyn Luc1er Helen OCon nor N'ar1on Casey Dlane Burnham Susan Bowd1tch Ioan Leventhal Fourth Row left to rlght Carol Tuveson Nadlne Newton Barbara Lyons Mar1lyn Zellers Helen Gtb son MarJor1e Haley Frfth Row lelt to rxght Nancy Paravano Nancy Norton Karm Gustafson IoAnn Pedone Vera Pace Barbara Lar son Karla Olander Stxth Row left to rtght Eltzabeth Woodward Karen Lxneen Carol Clca man lames DeM1chele Dantel Su l1van Howard Rtchardson Seventh Row left to rtght Anthon Cowal Iohn Andrews Lawrence Eouttu ' I . , Y Nadine Newton Marilyn Zellers James V. 'DeMichele Daniel D- Sullivan N l . ,- MR. . O ' 1 A r f . F1 st Row left to r nt Anne Barley Ioan Moreschl Lana Larson Drane BJ nharn MISS Anna elvlalta Ltbrarran Carole DuPont Second Row lelt to rrghl Alfred Pasque ella Donna Larson Ruth Wells Francrs ORe1llv Carol lo lorlan Kathleen D lscoll Third Row lelt to rrght Phillip O Reilly llowa d Rrcha dson Marcra Drll Wrlltam Zanr Theodore Bohrgran The Record Board library Staff For the first time, the North High library has had a full time libra- rian, Miss Anna M. DeMalia. With her able assistance, this small but informative group of aids has be- come well acquainted with newly published books and has learned a great deal in library technique President DIANE BURNHAM Vice President LANA LARSON Secretary JOAN MORESCHI Treasurer JOHN SVENSON Librarian MISS ANNA M DeMAl.lA F st Flow left to right Elizabeth St Onge Florence Docl Nadrm Newton Paulrnr Iohnson Carole Pandram lanet Oberg Carol Ba ba a Larson Ioan Che ry ludtth Olrlch Karla Olander Susan Bortdrtcln Linda Pa awano Kathleen D xscoll Karin Gustafson Third Row left to right Lmcoln Vmer Kenneth Morano Robert Lind utst David Backltn Iames Connolly Daniel Sulhvan 'lheodore Bohrgran Anthony Cowal Ed1tor1n Chrel Iohn Andrews Philip 3 rterllv Iohn Sale no With the and of thenr able faculty advisor, Miss B Evelyn McClure, the Record Board has once again provided North students with a monthly publication of which they can be proud Though all Northltes are given the opportunity and are urged to submit articles to the Record, these people are the malnstays the feature writers and regular contributors Editor Co Literary Editors Advertising Manager ANTHONY COWAL SUSAN BOWDITCH DANIEL SULLIVAN Business Manager NANCY PARAVANO Faculty Advisor JAMES CONNOLLY MISS B EVELYN McCLURE 'rr , I ig : Q A ,- , , O O I O rr. , . ' , e, A , 2 . , , , lortorran, Lana Larson, Carol Chapman, Nancy Paravano, Cynthia Bsrke Second Row, let! to rrqht. Bette Vol-ces, Diane Burnham, Casf of "JUNIOR MISS" President: JoAnn Pedone Vice-President: James DeMichele Secretary: Diane Burnham Treasurer: Barbara Larson Faculty Advisor: Miss Burns ' First Row, left to right: Carol Iorjorian, IoAnn Pedone, President, Annette Vrrgilio, lane Akerlund, Francis O'Reilly, Cynthia Burke, Robert Wickstrom. Second Row, left to right: Michael A. Donohue, Director, Miss Kathleen Burns, Faculty Advisor, Ruth Raila, Diane Burnham, Lana Larson, Kay Mingolla Karla Olander Kathleen Driscoll Third Row left to right Ioseph Aboumrad Frank Molmari lames DeM1chele lohn Mack Kent Sandquist Hastings Flower Ralph Carlson Iohn Simoncmr William Zani The Footlight Players, Norths group of aspiring actors, is one of the most active groups In addition to staging an annual Christmas pageant, the club each year presents a well known play This years performance was f the Broadway and radio hit Junior Miss Fooflfghf Players' . . First Row left to right Sandra Germain Marcia Dill Carol Lundqurst Martha Abbott Dorothy Hubbard Mar aret And P g ss a een urns Faculty Advisor Rosemary Allard lane Akerlund Diane Burnham loAnn Pedone President Iames DeM1chele Barbara Larson Gail Perrault Cynthia Burke FTQHCIS ORe1lly Carole Pandlani Karla Olander Third Row left to nght Linda Paravano Kay Mingolla Cynthia Talbot Carol Tuveson Annette Virgrlro Barbara Nanigan Ruth Raila Carole DuPont Carol Iortorian Lana Larson Kathleen Driscoll Marion Kalil Barbara O Neill Fourth Row left to right Frank Molinari Ralph Carlson Louts DeMichele Richard I-laude William Zanl ?ahul Slikorrs Hastings Flower Robert Cournoyer Robert Wickst om lohn Simoncmi Iames Connolly F ancis Riopel Kent Sandqutst o n ack . , . . . - ' ' O ' ' ll ' ' ll , . O O ' , ' : ', ' ' , ' , , , g erson, atricia Turner, Suzanne Driscoll, Kay Vires, Betty, lane Woodward, Sandra Dow. Second Row, left to ri ht: Mi K thl B , MIXED EHURUS and BLEE CLUBS . . . The Mixed Chorus and the Glee Clubs are an im- portant part of the music lite at North. These groups participate in the annual musical concert, and the Chorus is often called upon to sing at assemblies MIXED CHORUS President: John Salerno Vice-President: Alfred Pasquerella Secretary: Nancy Bloom GIRLS' GLEE CLUB President: Nancy Anderson Vice-President: Barbara Larson Secretary: Sandra Hindon BOYS' GLEE CLUB President James Langulle Vice President Vincent Mischltelln Secretary Alfred Pasquerella First Row left to rxght Ahce Clarke Nancy Bloom Phyllis Lucey Iamce Loveland Donna Larson Nancy Iacobson Vxrgmxa Rich ardson MGTCIG Dlll Sylvia Hmdon Second Row left to rlght Ruth Chadwick Eleanora Clarke Carol Ann Bates Lorrcnne Small Carol Wahlstrom Iudlth Edwards Barbara Washmgton Ho e Anderson Third Row left to rlght Iudlth Gustafson Elxzabeth Cole brook Elame Edberg Ianxce Selen Lourse Anderson Marx yn Mayo Margaret Denarls Fourth Row left to rr ht Ioan Lanava Susan Blackstone Constance Nylme Iamce Parrot Ioan Kronoff Carol Mentzer Flflh Row left to r1ght lane orthwlck Sandra Kaleskas Tama Hamburger Ruth Rcnla Mar Olrlch Dlana Newton Sixth Row left to rlght Eleanor Tomasxan Donna Sklest Marilyn Freeland Iudlth Hagstrom Helen Ogonnor Rosalind Pr1ce Barbara Larson Seventh Row left to nght Carol Lundqulst lol-Lnne Magoun lane Howe Iewell Gaspar Patrlcla Wood Sandra Iohnstone Roberta Mahoney Mixed Chorus Flrst Row left to rlght Carolyn Saulenas Mary Foley Nancy Jacobson Carol Ann Bates Jamce Loveland Jane Borthwrck Vlrgmta Rlcha dson Marcla Dlll Sandra Hmdon Nancy Bloom Second Row left to lght Carol Lundquxst Sanda Kaleskas Donna La son Ruth Hallo Susan Blackstone Eleanor Tomastan Helen O Connor Phyllis Lucey Hope Anderson Ruth Chad wrck Sandra Johnstone Thxrd Row left to rrght Susan Halleen Judlth Gustafson Eleanora Clarke Elame Edberg Constance Nylme Lots Nrlson Loulse Anderson Jane Howe Marllyn Mayo Arce Clarke Fourth Row left to r1 ht Anthony DeAngel1s Larala Leo LeCla1re Ftfth Row left to rxght Wlnfteld Tandy James Langllle Mr M1chaelAbruzzese Faculty dvlsor Denms Larson Robert Welcom o s Glee Club lwumvlvwurunrwff Flrst Row left to rlght Rlch ard Parker Joseph Larata Peter Keene Joseph Glrard John Salerno Second Row left to rrght John Hayes Vmcent M1sch1tell1 Joseph Abournrad Leo LeCla1re T xrd Row left to Yl ht Dennts Larson James Lan grlle Wmheld Tandy Arthur Sacco I ' I . I ' ' I 'V , Z ' I ' . 3 ' I Richard Parker, Vincent- Mischltelll, John Hayes, Joseph vAboumrad, Bernard Guarrnl, Joseph Girard, Alffed Pasckuerella, Joseph , ,X rf t h - V' Ag if First Row, left to right: Carolyn Saulenas, Ruth Wells, Marcia Dill, Lots Nllson, Nancy Bloom, Vtrgtma Richardson, onna Larson, Helen O'Connor, lane Borthwtck. Second Row, left to right: Constance N line, Elaine Edberg, Vincent Mischitelli, David Montville, Iohn Hayes, Leo LeClaire, Ioseph Alboumrad, Kenneth Krikorian, lane Howe, Phyllis Lucey Third Row, left to right: Joseph Buccraglia, lames Langille, Mr. Michael Abruzzese, Directorp Bernard Seastrom, Lennart Long. Band Perhaps the best known of the musical organizations s the Band Outfltted an their orange and black uniforms, the Band has participated In many school assemblies and played at several football games Though they arent seen much around school, the malorettes are an important part of the Band in parades uch credit due Michael Abruzzese for his fine direction Presudent BARBARA LARSON Vice President JOSEPH BUCCIAGLIA Orchestra The Orchestra has taken a very great part in making our Class Day and Gradua- tion Exercises a success. Under the able direction of Mr. Michael Abruzzese, the Orchestra has participated in our Christmas program and several assemblies. Praise should be given this group for their fine music. President VINCENT MISCH ITELLI Vice-President JOSEPH ABOUMRAD Stage Manager LEO LECLAIRE Director MR MICHAEL ABRUZZESE Stage Manager DAVID MONTVILLE Director MR MICHAEL ABRUZZESE FIISI Row lcft to rt ht Claudette Latote Hope Anderson Second Row left to rt ht Nancy lacobson Martha Abbott Third Row left to right Barbara Schofield lune Hedlund Vtrgtnta Richardson Alice Clarke lane Borthwtck lane Alsten Fourth Row left to rtght Ruth Wells Lots Nordberg Eleanora Clarke Elalne Edberg Donna Larson Barbara La son Ruth Ratla Filth Row left to right Carolyn Saulenas Helen OConnor Mary O Gorman Ronald Carlson Phyllis Lucey Diane Newton Sixth Row left to right Robert Coffln Iullan Pierce Iohn McPhee Kenneth Krtlcortan Iohn Salerno Seventh Row left to rlqht Vincent Mlschltellt Lennart Lonq Bernad Seastrom Eighth How left to rtght Iames Langtlle Ioseph Bucctaqlta Dertnts Larson Iano Howc Leo LeClaire wr Q . . . i I M ' is Mr. , FW ,4 ' sf iz ' . 'S David Montville, Nizlciolm McKenzie, Ioseph Aboumradf Nancy Boomf Marcia -Dtlll Demosfhenes Club Under the dnrectlon of our new faculty advlsor Mr George Laska the Demosthenes Club has agam be come an Important school acttvtty The bt weekly meetnngs, often held an the evemng, have afforded the mem bers the chance to become better speakers and more Iogtcal thtnkers Its partlclpatlon tn debates wlth other schools and the sponsortng of a dance and a cake sale have made It a popular club wlth a fast growlng membershtp President DANIEL SULLIVAN Vtce President ROBERT HUNTER Secretary CAROL CHAPMAN Treasurer JOANN PEDONE Faculty Advtsor MR GEORGE LASKA lafm Club Fzrst Row left to Tlghl Dantel Sullzvan Preszdent IoAnn Pe-done Carol Chapman Robert Hunter Second Row left to rtght Patrtcxa Doyle Rose Ann DelRosso Annette Vtr tho Penelope Powers Barbara O Netll Marcta Seal Carole Pandtant Marton Kalx Ann Zamar o Roger Payne Second Row left to rxght Carol Ann Wtlktns Sally Hehlr Iudtth Krutzky Marllyn Haynes Carol Sullxvan Shella ODonoghue Noel Kenned Crysanthe Vranos Karen Ltneen Terrence OHara Fou th ow left to rtght ynthta Talbot Lxnda Paravano Carol Tuveson Te esa Blazhys Helen Paquette Gladys Johnston Fred Hanley Walter Iohnson Ftfth Row left to rtght Karla Olander lean OToole Marte Murphy Cynthxa Burke Iohn Andrews Ernest DeProspo Iames DeM1chele Sxxth Row left to T1 ht Robert Bowdltch Paul S1kor1s Vera Pace Kenneth Morano Iohn Mack ayne Gagner Francts Qutnn Kent Sandqulst Thomas ONe1ll Seventh Row lft to r ht Iames Connolly Paul Toursxe Barry OKeele Alan Kasparson Anthony owal Ralph Carlson Russell Lemay Kenneth Htldtck FITSI Row left to rtght Mary Ann Ctpro Evelyn Sequetra Eltzabeth Bels1to Iudtth Larson Iud Hagstrom Elzabeth St Onge Carol Ioryortan Iudlth Thomson Mary Ann Htrvonen loyce Carlson Mtss Gertrude Shea Faculty Advlsor Second Row left to rlght Rtta Dellomo Barbara Leventhal Valerte Plummer Anne Ha tnett Helena Stlun Ioan Larson Carolyn Wlspolts Ma y He on Kay Drtscoll Sue Drtscoll Rae Salerno Thx d Row left to rtqht Judttlr Cutler Eleanor Tomastan Carole Kolltgxan Ioan Garabedtan Ioan Leventhal Gladys Iohnston Mary Marga et Pterce Sue Powell Iohn Lulcens L on Gazoortan Theodore Bohlglan Iohn Andrews The Latm Club has been dtvlded unto two parts The Juntor Classical League and The Junior Latm Club These two duvtslons, under the dlrec tton of Mlss Gertrude Shea, have worked together In putting on a Latm play, a spectal Christmas pro gram, and a costume party Through group dlscusston, the members receive an apprectatton of Roman Ctvlltzatnon THE JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Quaestor President BARBARA LEVENTHAL THEODORE BOHIGIAN Vnce President RICHARD ROBERTS Secretary Aednes VERA PACE Treasurer MAROLYN OLSON KAREN BORG THE JUNIOR LATIN CLUB Consul Faculty Advtsor MARY HERON Scnba SU E POWELL CAROLYN OLSON JUDITH CUTLER MISS GERTRUDE SHEA I lr ,I " I l,l ,lr- I U O O O O O C Camera Club The Camera Club of North High is made up of those students interested in photography, and each year it draws an increasing number of "shutterbugs." Its annual sale of North High book covers is an important service to the school. President f l , C nthla Talbot, Carol Sulllvan, Shella O'Dono hue, Iudy Maynard, IoAnn Pedone, ,iljilettlloiylrgllgxfcg lMa:1loJrTe Halley, Carol Cha man, Carolygn Lucxer, Ruth Sialme, Carol Ann Wllklns. Second Row lett to rlaht: Patrlcla Farnum, Vera lgace, Ioan eaudry, Ianlce Burllngame, Mlldred Eldt, Mary Htrvonen, Elalne Edber, Nanc Iohnson, Susan Blackstone, Karla Olander, Presldentg Robert Hunter, lane Wagner Marllyn lgaynes, barbara Wooten Carol Peterson, Nancy Paravano Thlrd Row, lett to rlght: Iqmce Loveland Ioan Leventhal, Mary Heron, Barbara Iohnson, Nadine Newton, Barbara Lyons, Carol Tuveson, Nancy' Hurnes, Lynn XVoodard, Hastlngs Flower, Ralph Carlson, Iames DeMlchele, Edlth Scarello, Karln Gustafson, Lana Larson, Carol Iorlorzan, Carole Pandlam. Treasurer KARLA OLANDER ROBERT HUNTER Vice Presldent Faculty Advisor CAROLE PANDIANI MR JOHN P PIERCE Secretary MARJORIE HALEY F151 Row lett to rlght B uce Doble Davld Plummer Adrlenne Stellato Ruth Sal"le Bette Vokes Marte Ml, phy Ma ole Haley Patrlcla Farnum Cla a DeMallle Abd ex Haley Ba bara Wooten Second Row t to lar! Athur Iollo Donald Kalll Nanc No ton Karln G statson rle en Paquette Carol Chapman Ca ol Ann W'llklns Ca olwn L ce Annette V1 qlllo Ma lon Karl Marcia Seal Ca ole Pandlanl Cynthla Sk: Club Aided by M Andrew Karlson and under the leadership of Robert Cour noyer the Slu Club agaln managed to take a week end trlp to North Conway New Hampshlre Because of a lack of snow local skllng was lmposslble but the showlng of movies at the weekly meetings made the members more enthu SIGSTIC than ever Rl ke R sse'l Lemay llll d Row lett to lght Ralph Carlson Susan Bowdltch Ed rl Scarello Nanc Para vano Elm abetlr Anson Shella ODonogh e Carol Sulllvan Te esa Blazhys IoAnn Pedone Anne kst om I dlth Thomson Gall Per ault Carol Dunton Mary Heron lane Wagner Iudy Scanlon Francls P Qulnn Ca ol Peterson Fourth Row lett ta rlght Allan lones kenneth Hlld lck Iohn Mack lames DeMlchele Cvnthla Ialbot lxa Mlngolla Brlta Sund Llnda Pa avano Sally Hehl ludlth Krutzkv F JDCIS Rlopel Iohn lmon lnl Daxld Scales Paul Prlestlex Anthony Cov-al Robet Cournoye Terrence Ol'a a Fufure Farmers of America Q to llght St D en a es Mayo Ion B own are N cklln a c S o Leona d G een b Ewe Second Row lett to taht Glo 1G Whltman Lawrence oournoye Ronald Thlbeault Edmond Colby R be t Lamotte Lau e Iohnson Alden F agg Stanley Wl klnson l d Row t lg ol ba F C 1 t A VISO IO vost Vltllllam MCA lst F d f tl rson o Ro na-t ov ph cott Pal Wllklnson larrw lk a tln Kallon oll tl vw R C a d Wlb g R cha d l. levy 0 t O r Edwa d Mlkkula ob Dam st or' Pll lp Gould Iawles Zaclca r-vlcf Iarnes Guetatson Presldent ROBERT COURNOYER Vice Presldent DONALD KALIL Secretary ANNETTE VIRGILIO Treasurer NANCY PARAVANO Faculty Advisor MR ANDREW KARLSON I ' r. get Y :lr A ,rl rr T , , ry 7 1 Y I' lr , . . 1 l Flrst Row l,lt ' fx li Hal l , I ' I Mfg fl M r u M ulln : Y , Ro e'l I' x: , r A . Tr Th :V let to 1 ht MTA llfklniy H 1 C tly Cl ' I, Roy P - : 'Q ll 5 -1 ll- PA -: , R y lm- : I Q1 S . l I , ,. 'as 'f-s-lv lvl I lf r l Ro" lertt to rlght 'l h : or '1 . : R ntl-c A mcus, R be: S:::: lfdf: " g R at - Cheerleaders Ftrst How lelt to right Audrey Haley Marton Kaltl Penny Powers Patrtcta Doyle Bar bara O Netll Marcta Seal Second Row left to rtght Gail Work Martorte Hale Carolyn lucter Carole Pan tant Bar bara Moberq Ba bara Shea B fl F2 -st. Science Club The Science Club new organization at North this year Formed to sttmu late Interest In scientific tields the club was m medtately popular and now boasts a large enthusiastic membership With the and of its faculty advisor M William Masterson this group has sponsored trips t the Science Museum First Row lett to right Carol Hallberg Nancy Iohnson Carol Ann Bates Barbara Wooten Iohn Andrews Kenneth Mo ano Pestdent Heny Brandt Ioan Stapor Ruth Salme Martlyn Haynes Iantce Loveland Second Row lett to right Edith Scarcello Phyllts Lian Mar Heron Helen Paquette lane Akerlund Eltzabeth St Onge Carol Peterson Mr William Masterson aculty Advtsor Martl n Zellers Vtrgtnta Richardson Carol Caradonna Carol Moran Ioan Harwood Ltsa Backstrom Marcia und Karla Olander 'lhtrd Row left to tght Lots Iepsen Constance Walz Ronald Semon Lawrence Mellen Paul Englund Phxlltp ORe1lly P l Sko Ronald Swenson Enest De Pospo Rtchad Slattery Ioan Leventhol le Oerele Francais The North High French Club has sponsored many fine activities during its thirty-two years of existence. This year its doings included a candy sale for the benefit of the Golden Rule Campaign and the presentation of a French comedy, "La Surprise d'lsa- dore." President VERA PACE Vice-President MARILYN ZELLERS Secretary LINDA PARAVANO Treasurer NADINE NEWTON Keeper of Records CAROL DUNTON Program Director NANCY NORTON Faculty Advisor MISS ELISE ROCHELEAU and MIT President KENNETH MORANO Vice President HENRY BRANDT Secretary JOAN STAPOR Treasurer JOHN ANDREWS Faculty Advisor MR WILLIAM MASTERSON First Row, left to rtghtz Linda Paravano, Carol Danton, Nadine Newton, Marilyn Zellers, Vera Pace Prestdentg Nancy Norton, Miss Eltse Rocheleau, Facult Advisor. Second Row, left to right: Sue Drtscoll, Martlyn Freeland, Teresa Blazhys, Iudtth Olrtch, Anne Ekstrom, Iudtth Thomson, Cynthia Burke, Nancy Iohnson, Nancy Paravano. Third Row, left to right: Rae Salerno, Sally Hehtr, Iudlth Krutzky, Leo LeClaire, Francis Rtopel, Iohn Stmonctnt, Kathleen Drtscoll, Mary Heron, Carole Pandtanz First Team David Backlin, Joseph Caputo, Francis DeFeudis, Ernest DeProspo, Kenneth Houde, Joseph Lombardi, John Mack, Robert Mathews, Terrance O'Hara, Roger Payne, Francis Riopel, David Scales, John Simoncini, Thomas Tomaisian, William Trippi, and Victor Vezoulis. First Row, lett to right: Francis De-Feudis, Ernest DeProspo, Thomas Tomasxon Davrd Backlrn, David Scales, Robert Mathews, Alden Sptnney, Terrance O'Hara Second Row, lett to right: Roger Payne, lose-ph Caputo, Iohn Stmorycini, Francis Riopel, Vtctor Vezoulrs, The Polar Bears' 1954 football season can be considered a successful one even though we graduates of North High won only four games ond lost four games. The team skilfully coached by John "Red" Comer, started the season in high gear with courage and the desire for victory. They would have continued that way if it were not for schools such as Commerce and St. John's Prep. The Commerce game was a double loss in that it was marked by an unprecedented mlury that proved fatal to Robert Red Lampron, a senior who also was a track star Victor Vezoulls, our four sport star, was the citys high scorer Another standout was Francis Sonny DeFeudls, a member of the 1954 City All Star Team Sonny was selected to captain next years team and we can confidently look forward to a championship for North in the coming football season Coach MR JOHN COMER Co Captains VICTOR VEZOULIS FRANCIS RIOPEL F 0 0 f b 3 M onoge , RICHARD MESSWA First Row lett to rlaht Rlchard lvlessma Elliot Nadeau lose-ph Fatchs Kenneth Houde Wtlltam lrlppr Gustave Iohanson Ge-oq La a os Rtchad Osr Paurl Hoseen Second Row ett to rqht Francis Flropel Vtcto Vezoults E nest DCP ospo Thomas 'lornastan llrt d Row lett to rtght Robe rt Wtckstrom Weslqy INF-ster Wayne Gagner Alden Splnney Robert Zelte bu q Ke nt Sandqutst Dona d Ast lton Robe I Con noyf Robert Lxndstrom P mst Foste avtd Dill Donald or 'nrrrnqs lvl lohn Corrrf Coach Arrb lp P lkaxr x F o l ns C to wn on arrfs ne . . . . ,, ,, . ' ' - - 1 ' ' rr 11 ' ' ' ll ll ' I C O C O in B A ' X ... W , Y , , V - , A :r, J , " , , 1 4 fi ,. Daiwtd Scales, V4 Davrd lbacklrn, lohn Smtonclm, Robefg Mathews loseph Capoto, Francts D9F9LildlSA, Terrance TO'Hara Alqoger uPayne LA I ,r r I 5 I , .r A ,rl D , I P' L. t I r A .A ltr, I 5 5:-y lA11,,.5. V fn- ,Ex ' j- Cljdf C ..1 5 'l :lf-S S ' A sz l , . -. llr is Basketball.. '-v F1 st Row left to rlght Paul Sxkorls Francls Rlopel Wlllldm Cole Vtctor Vezouhs Rlchard Leary Geoffrey Powers Second Row left to rlght Robert Bowditch Ronald Ekblom Mr Martm OMalley Coach Edward Foster Thomas ONe1ll Ernest Foster Coach MR MARTIN OMALLEY Co Captalns RONALD MARTIN Manager JAMES HINES VICTOR VEZOULIS TEAM MEMBERS Robert Bowditch Wllllam Cole Francts DeFeudns Ronald Ekbloom Edward Foster Ernest Foster Rlchard Leary Ronald Martm Thomas ONe1ll Geoffrey Powers Francns Rlopel Paul , . 3 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 h . 1 1 . - 1 1 11 11 - - ' 1 - 11 ll , 0 ' ' I1 11 I . 1 1 1 1 , . . . . . ' I I - Slkons and Vuctor Vezoulus T e coachmg of Mr Martm O Malley the board playlng of Vlctor Vezoulls and Robert Butch Bowditch and the avld Interest of our students made the 1954 1955 basket ball season a memorable one Affected by a lack of height North Hugh ended the season wlnnmg seven games and losing ten games Many of the games were lost by only a few points deficlt Co Captam Vlctor Vezoulls member of both the 1953 1954 and the 1954 1955 All Cnty Basketball Teams was a mcmstay of the team throughout the season especlally after the I ss through graduatlon of Francis Hop Ruopel and Co Captaun Ronald Moose Martm We the Class of 1955, especially Seniors Edward Foster Ronald Martm Thomas ONe1ll, Francis Rlopel Paul Slkorls and Vlctor Vezoulls, wlsh the best of luck and good basketball to the teams of future years Coach MR EDWARD BATES 68 Co Captalns EDWIN TERRY RICHARD CASSIDY Co Managers ROBERT MATHEWS TERRANCE O HARA TEAM MEMBERS Rlchard Cassidy .Iohn Connolly Paul C Ewer David Fenton George Ford John Hancock James Wllllam Olson Francis Quinn Paul Roseen Robert Slunner NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH SCHE COMMERCE I SOUTH 0 CLASSICAL 0 COMMERCE 0 D U l NORTH NORTH NORTH NORTH ooney Davld Delaney Bruce Doble Robert langulle Robert llndstrom Walter Matern and Edwm Terry ASSUMPTION 3 SOUTH 0 CLASSICAL 0 ST JOHNS PREP 0 North Hugh defimtely benefited when Ice Hockey was revnved Under the scoreless he ID the game wuth St John s Prep for the clty champlonshlp Every wlnnlng score represented a team effort, and lt us dlmcult to single out any one star We hope the Polar Bears will continue to have Eddue Bates do has fine coaching and also hope North wlll retam the championship In years to come FITSI Row left to rlght Paul Cooney Robert Lmdstrom Iohn Hancock Fancls Quxnn Robert Skmner Wxllmam Olson Rxchurd Cassld Iames Lang11le Edwm Terr Second Row llt to 1 ht Terrance Ol-lam Walter Mate-rn Paul lxoseen Robert Ewer George ord Dqvxd Delaney Bruce oble Robert Mathews E 5 14 6 3 7 7 4 0 . ' eyes of veteran coach Eddie Bates, North won every game and fought to a . . . , . . . I I I I I I ' , I I' I , e 'rg 2' I Cross Country Coach MR PAUL McMAHON Captaun JAMES CONNOLLY SHORT RUN North 120 Commerce 56 Classuccul 21 South LONG RUN North 'I32 Commerce 3'l Classucal 27 South TEAM MEMBERS John Andrews Wulluam Cole James Connolly Ernest Foster Ruchard Leary John Lukens Walter Matern Francus Mc Gouny Ahmed Musmfa Fmncu Quinn l"1rst Row lett to rught Iohn Andrews Ahmed Mustala lames Connolly Francus McGouty Walter Matern Second Row left to ught M Paul Mclvlahon Coach Ronald Cronun John Sherwun Robert Slunner and Ronald Atlcm Vtfqyd jack Sherwtn Vucaruo Agaun as un so many years of the past ut was honors galore for the Polar Bear 1954 Cross Country Team These honors uncluded the team trophy un the annual Knughts of Columbus Race the Inter Hugh Champuonshup the vuctorues of James Connolly un the short and long cross country runs and the thurd place un the State Meet Paul McMahon, the new track mentor, had one of the largest turnouts un recent years as the popularuty of sports at North us apparently on the uncrease Track urst Row e u Iohn Mack Iohn And ews Ahmed Musta'a Edward Foster Paul P uestley lames Connolly Francus McGo.u ty F ancts DeFe dus Roger Payne Second Row left o right Mr Pa 1 McMahon Vvard 'Ihomas Fox Robert Mathews lohn Futzge ald ohun She vuun Nolte Ma te n lohn Gannon M Al tt Former Cod h T R w let to ght Rucra Parke Kevun Q mn Ponatd Carlson Leon Gazoo uan Rona d C onun lo n a es F ancus Sacco F ed ck Hale Coach Wuth superuoruty representatuve of Norths MR PAUL MCMAHON track and Held power the Polar Bears ran JAMES CONNOLLY EDWARD FOSTER over all opponents and captured every Inter INDOOR TRACK Hugh flrst place except one It was J m North 62 South IO North 55V1 Commerce 'I6V2 North 53 Classucal I9 Connolly and Ed Foster un the hugh lump INDOOR INTER HIGH North 66 Classucal I7 Commerce I3V1 South IV: O Hara and Ward un the dashes Mack un the shot put and McGourty and Andrews un the OUTDOOR INTER HIGH North 64 Commerce 25V2 Classucal I2 South 5V2 dlslcnce runs North Won IIS Ienlh Indoor Inter Hugh champuonshup un eleven years I TEAM MEMBERS John Andrews Ronald Carlson Wulluam Cole James Connolly Edward Foster Ernest Foster Leon Gazooruan Wayne Ihe Slcle Meet Jlm COHHOIIY fled for fII'5I In Gagner Ruchard Leary John Lukens John Mack Francus McGourty Ahmed Mustafa Terrance OHara Paul Pruestley John Sherwun Edwun Terry Allan Ward Vuctor Vezoulus and Ronald Vucaruo YECJFIS ISGYT1 Wlll t'efGIrt The CI'tCtI'T1plOt1Sl'tIp the hugh lump The graduates hope that next . 5 Tiff' 12-9"f5, A A A 7' 3 A 13. fig 1 : ' 1 20. 1 1 I ' g U F v ' -' ' I I , I r' . r. I ., . , I 7 I , . 1 ' I I I I F , l It to I ght: r ' A li , I I t A, Ll- I . , Coachg Peter Stevens, Allan I . ug: ' I r f O. ,I C I. I hurd o , I 7: .. , . rd , L. , . Y l V L, Q ,. s- ,4 ..,- ,.,,- ,, ,- .1 v y . . . . , 1 ' . i 1 . , . . . 1 1 - . - . . . . . n I ' ' ' . . . I I I . I - I , . . - FIFSY Row left to rtght Ioel Davidson Edward Lommsky Kenneth Fontame Second Row left to rxght Mr Wrllxam Marchant Coach Ronald Carlson Kenneth Morano W11l1am Zum Robert Bowdttch Bruce Stmmons Tennis Coach MR WILLIAM MARCHANT Co Captauns C KENNETH MORANO EDWARD LOMINSKY TEAM MEMBERS Robert Bowdutch Jr Ronald Carlson Joel Davudson Ramey Eruckson Kenneth Fontaune Bruce Summons Wulluam Zanu The Orange and Black Tennus Team perennual Worcester champs was co captauned by Ed lomunsky and Ken Morano Under the able guudance of Coach Wulluam Marchant the team at thus wrutung us expected to retaun the Inter Hugh Champuonshup Sparked by the sterlung performances of Ken Morano the fast play of Ed Lomunsky and the outstandung abuluty of Butch Bowdutch thus tennus team us one of North s greatest We are confident that next years team whuch wull see Bull Zanu Butch Bowdutch and Ron Carlson return our Alma Mater Baseball Coach MR WARREN T BRIERLY Captaun TERRANCE O HARA Manager FRANK MOLINARI TEAM MEMBERS Paul Cham bers Wulluam Cole Donald Cummungs Donald Fenton Ruchard Gray Ronald Ekblom Wesley Nester Ruchard Orsu Ronald Pappas John Power Geoffrey Powers Robert Pow ers Robert Pratt Francus Quunn Thomas Tomasuan Victor Vezoulus and Ronald Vucaruo Ftrst Row left to rxght Robert Power Wesley Nester Geoffrey Powers Terrance O Hara Ca ta1n FYGDCIS Qumn R1chard Orsr Second Row left to rt ht Rxchard Gray Donald Fenton obert Pratt Iohn Power Ronald Pappas Ronald Ekblom htrd Row left to rtght Frank Molunart leflanakger Vuctor Vezoults Elrot Nadeau Paul Chambers Donald Cummmgs Mr Warren Brterly oac Led by Captaun Terry O Hara and blessed wuth good putchung and an outstandung outtleld the T955 North Hugh Baseball Team had the confident hope of wunnung the Inter Hugh Champuonshup The squad consusted of many underclassmen and was steadued by such senuor Polar Bears as Fran Quunn, putcher, Captam OHara, left fleld Ron Vucaruo, rught field Vuc Vezoulus, catcher, West Nester furst base Duck Orsu, catcher, and Bob Powers second base At the tume of thus wrutung, the season us uncomplete North got oft to a slow start by droppung close games to Classucal and South There wull be a strong nucleus returnung next year, for ut wull n clude boys luke Ron Ekblom, Don Fenton and Paul Chambers Good luck to the '56 team' 3 O sg . : ' , -, , lt ' , ' , , . X , , . ,sf , , , I D . . K 5 , . . . ' J I I I . .. ,, ,, . . . . . ' t I , 1 - ' I . - 1, H . - , , ing, can also be expected to win and bring glory to , . , , , , , , , , , I . I I I F I , , . - , . . . . I 1 I 1 I . I . . . . . . . i- , . Tennis Norths tennus team has an excellent chance of placing first among the clty hugh schools because the team IS almost exactly the same as last years Nancy Paravano was elected captain and ranks first among our gurls In the first match North beat Commerce 50 and we hope that they will do equally a well n their remamlng matches Ftrs! Row left to r1ght Lo1s Nordberg Iudlth Gustafson Llnda Paravano Susan Driscoll Nancy Pcrravano Irene l.Eperance Karen Borfill Patrxcxa Farnum Second Row left to rtght Mary Margaret Plerce ary Ann Lorenson Valerie Plummer Sandra Keffer Sh1rley Qumn Iudlth Scanlon Constance Mackesy Ioan Beaudry Susan Powell IoAnne Magoun I8 Hockey Iohnson Co Captam Bette Vokes Co Captain Second Row lft to r ht Marol n Olson Carolyn Oson Eleanor Tomasxan Carol Lund ulst Sandra Keffer Susan Bow 1tch Dorcas Marsaw Iud Gustaf son Sandra MacDonald Third ow ef t rtght Shella O Donoghue Mildred Eldt Gcnl Perrault Marianne Gtanette Patrlcxa Farnum Eleanor Davies Cynthla Burke Carol Dunton Barbara Wooten Bar bara Iohnson Fourth Row left to right Mtss Ruth C Drew Coach Captain BETTE VOKES Manager PAULINE JOHNSON Coach MISS RUTH DREW S C H E U L NORTH SOUTH 'I NORTH SOUTH O NORTH CLASSICAL 3 NORTH CLASSICAL 2 NORTH COMMERCE 0 NORTH COMMERCE 'I Because of bad weather, Norths gurls were able to have only two practices before the first of the competltlve games with the other publlc hugh schools With the wonderful leadershlp of Bette Vokes and the able managing of Pauline Johnson, Norths lassles tied for second place with Commerce Next years team wall be deprived of the excellent assistance of Sue Bowditch, Bette Vokes, Carol Dunton, Dorcas Marsaw, Barbara Wooten and Linda Cole -k 'W 2 ,- U g Q . , . J ' l . . D 1 P ' - f iff t ' s i F l ld First Row, left to right: Pauline , l e V ig A: y R' f, l t o' ' :ln 'v D E 3 l I 'I 1 0 , . . . . , . . . , . . . . MRS. VERONICA TRAINOR COACH OF BASKETBALL Flrst Row, lelt to rrghtz Kathleen Driscoll, Anne Marie Hartnett, Karla Oland- er, Co'Capta1n, Miss Ruth Drew, Coach, Bette Vokes, Co-Captaing Florence Dodge, Manager, Mary Heron, Sheila O'Donoghue. Second Row, left to right: Carol Sullivan, Lynne Woodard, Carol Lundquist, Shirley Quinn, Brita Sund, Iudy Scanlon, Vera Pace, Beverly Morone, Sandra Kelter, Bar- bara Iohnson, Constance Mackesy Co-Captains: KARLA OLANDER BETTE VOKES Manager: FLORENCE DODGE Coaches: MISS RUTH DREW MRS. VERONICA TRAINOR S C H E D U L E lUnder Miss Ruth Drewj NORTH 33 COMMERCE 32 NORTH 28 CLASSICAL 36 NORTH 41 SOUTH 27 lUnder Mrs. Veronica Trainorl NORTH 37 COMMERCE 31 NORTH 28 CLASSICAL 41 NORTH 33 SOUTH 40 The North girls lost the wonderful guidance of Miss Ruth Drew after the first three games, as the result of her retirement in February. Mrs. Veronica Trainor, who had coached most of the girls in Beginners and Junior Varsity Basketball, took over very ably. The first string forwards were Shirley Quinn, Judy Scanlon and Bette Vokes. Karla Olander, Florence Dodge, Mary Heron, Vera Pace and Linda Cole were guards. Every- one's efforts helped North tie for second place. First How, lr-tt to right Dorothy Mrstazk, Polly Hodgson, Cynthia Vllzrte Mary Prfrrce, IoAnnr-V Maqoun, lre-ne Lllsperance, ludlth Gustafson Sf-cond How, lett to right. 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Lamp on that you a e fom No th" Congratulattons to the 1955 Graduating Class ROBINSON THREAD CO 55 UNION srnzsr A E THOMPSON INC Hospital and Surgical Supplies 462 Pleasant Street Worcester Mass T h PL 64317 Compl ents of Complzmentf 0 fl Iwrzend EAGLE ELECTROPLATING Co NCORPORAT 40 M1llbrook Street Worcester Mass Good Lark and A P10Yll7C10.7l5 fnfmc MANAGEMENT OF WHITF CITY AMUSEMENT PARK . f f f f I' Q . -FM elepone s I im I ED I v .5 ,. , ., For All of You J T h PL 6 1000 DR WALTER E DONAHUE GPTOMETRIST C077Ill'7!Z77Z67lf8 28 Pleasant Street Worcester Mass UNCC'-N PHARMACY THE FOOTLICHT PLAYERS 56 FRONT STREET 243 LINCOLN STREET All the newest drugs ore of WORCESTER S OLDEST DRUGSTORE WEST BOYLSTON DONUT BAKERY INC 1215 West Boylston Street Worcester Massachusetts RIDGEWAY PHARMACY P I FREE DELIVERY Anything Anywhere Anytime 43 West Boylston Street Worcester Mass D I PL 7 5 32 Comp! ments of Ph Pl 4 3365 Ml 412 ESCA CAFE-I-ERIA DR RICO S BUFFOLI OPTOMETRIST WORCESTER 8 MASSACHUSETTS 88 Front Street Worcester Mass 306 MAIN STREET AN GELO J PEDON E Plastering Contractor Interior and Exterior Phone PL 6 5450 27 Granby Road Worcester Massachusetts elep one - 1 ' - I Of 6 t T 1955 I O I w lOp osi e First National Marketl 1 ia - 4 j Tele one - ROOYUS ' i 1 O I 9 fill Q! 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Manufacturers of WRENCHES WORCESTER 4, MASSACHUSETTS Make Your Appomfmenf Now' NOVELTY AND CHINA DEMONSTRATION For mformatvon call ANN COVELLO PL 38707 ROSE LARAIA Pl 7-3108 Complfments of S J VIRGILIO CONSTRUCTION CO INC Offce PL 6 3088 PL 2 8302 ACE AUTO BODY CO INC ANOELICO 410 Shrewsbury Street Worcester 4 Mass ARDUINI MANUFACTURING CORPORATION 435 SHREWSBURY STREET Sheet Metal Fcxbncatmg Engmeers In all Metals for Every Purpose MOLINARI S INC CONCRETE 6 CINDER BLOCKS 910 HARTFORD PIKE SHREWSBURY d VI 4 4421 d 4 5 IAMESI MOLINARI P d 1301 GRAFTON STREET WORCESTER Compltments of ARTHUR R NORDGREN CARL G NORDGREN Compliments ot CARLO P BENAGLIA MD Westtnghouse Appliances Domeshc Commercucl Wnrung Televnsuon Soles and Servnce West Mann St Lemcester Mass T sph TW 2 8441 PAUL A RICHER MASTER ELECTAICTAN Cofnplzmefzfs 0 A Ifzencl l - . . .I . I 1 - Residence: - .I . V I. , President I I Q . Ycr z - 1 Resi ence: PL - 474 . , T651 ent 0 ' . RICHER ELECTRIC CO.. INC. 1 ' I - - . - . 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