North Providence High School - Summo Collis Yearbook (North Providence, RI)

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' gi '11 Minas'-v ka., VYN, ,V V AV :mg Q -uf VOLUME 14 june, 1953 4 .km mor 3 "-3 l nuuvgrvjw L, pwmfv 4 V4, ,, 'Q' Y I . .,, , Published by North Providence High School North Providence Rhode Island EJ The SHADOW OF THE HOUR GLASS IS EVER UPON US A handful of red sand from the hot clime Of Arab deserts brought Within this glass becomes the spy of Time The minister of Thought LONGFELLOW A year at North Providence High School is but a brief part of an hour in life s broad day Slowly but incessantly the sifting sands measure time for us minutes hours days years' as freshmen entered these beloved portals they were unaware that all of them were figuratively crossing the threshold of a new way of life with the shadow of the hourglass upon them Now their time runs low but they have used well the moment A firm foundation for successful living has been acquired memories of happy days like golden coms deposited in remmiscence s bank will pay vast dividends when they are needed most Strong bonds of friendship have been established The little disappointments and failures which come to all of us in varying degrees have woven into their characters a sturdrer fiber So to the seniors Ave atque Vale' And to all of us let s reverse the hourglass and let the trickle of sand that began last September flow back through the pages of this book to become the spy of Time the minister of Thought 2 la-l 4 4 " ' 4 9 a r -, f., . e ' 1 For the seniors, only a few last grains remain - their Commencement activities. When they, 3 I l . ,. . , . . THIS BOOK CONTAINS Mfxxx IM is INIANY PM rs BIANY PLEASANT SCFNES INTRODUCTION ALmlN1s1RA1ORs FACUITX O uc: Suns Cmss O1 53 Offircrs Cl ss Honor Socrety SL1PCl'1dflVCS C LAS5 O1 54 Offirers C lfrss CLASS OI 55 Omrers C s OHTILCYS C lass PERsONs OF PROMIN ENQE Sl Oms ACTIVITII s C urrlnular CJCIICIJ1 Crroups .md St ff Class Groups and Calendars I'xtr1curr1rul1r Actlvrtles PATRONS Anvrkrrsr MrN1s SLRVH II STArFs CLOSING INDEX 3 P age OO O O 1 ...............,........,,.,..,....,............................................................................................ 2 . 1 ' ' Q .........,..................,............,................,...........r............................,........................ 6 ' . . 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' -'Inf P Wa . -'Z -fi? -1 : 552, We '- I . xg 'Y' .. ,X -f ' sr J-,ar '53 , l l NORTH PROVIDENCE SCHOOL COMMITTEE l DIRECTORS OF OUR TOWN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM The drrectlon nn whlch educatxon starts a man wlll cletermme hrs future life Seated Mrs Vrola Ward Mr E Donald Carmocly Mrs Vrola D1 Cola Clerk Mr Joseph Whalen, actmg Supermtenclent Mr Mrchael-I Spencer Mr Anthony DeLuCa Mr ohn Aubxn Standing Mr Harry Noonan Charrman MR JAMES L MCGUIRE Supernltendezzl 0 Schoalr That m'1n IS great and he alone Whrm serves a greatness not hls own For nerthcr praise nor self Content to know and be unknown Wfhole m hxmself MEREDITH graduate ofCathol1c L mversrty of Amerrca attended Holy Cross College three years of professxonal study at jefferson Medxtal School prmcrpal of Frult Hxll Centredale and E A Brayton elementary schools 19711931 supermtendent of North Provrdence schools 1931 QLe-ave of absencej 6 I a- q I l , u a , s ' I , . , 0 l -' . , . P ' ' A.B.' f , Q ,I . JOSEPH A WHALEN En B ED M Arlmg Supermtendant If a man be considerate and gracious it shows that he is a citizen of the world and that his heart is no island cut off from other lands BARON Graduate of Rhode Island College of Education Prmcipal of Stephen Olney School 1946 1952 MR THOMAS F MCGOVERN A B ED M Prmnpal The social friendly honest man Whate er he be Tis he fulfils great Nature s plan And none but he BURNS graduate of Holy Cross Boston University attended Clark University RICE original principal former principal of Woodward Grammar School Oxford Massachu Oxford Massachusetts President of Rhode Island Secondary School Principals Association FELIX F GALLOGLY 'IR Imlrurlor In Lau Eronomrrr European Hlrtory Semor Clan Adzzrer That best portion of a good man s life His little nameless unremembered acts Of kindness and of love Wonnswonrn graduate of Providence College extension courses at Providence College Brown University and RICE former teacher at Fruit Hill School interested in music an amateur composer It is difficult for the seniors to express ample appreciation for the many kmdnesses extended to them by Mr Gallogly They will not soon forget his continual soliutude and concern for them and as the years pass will be better men and women for having had the beneht of his wise guidance ' . U . , . , - . I . I . 2 "-'I "' D' ,....,... , settsg and former assistant principal of Oxford I-Iigh School, l , . . , S . . l AB. U 7 FACULTY HILDA CALABRO A B M A Inrtructor tn Frenrb Spannh Engluh graduate of Pembroke College and Brown Unrversrty Member of Amerrcan Assocxatxon of Teachers of French interests musrc drama current lttera ture photography and forengn films MICHAEL J DELUCA A B En M Head of Srtenre Department Dfrertar of Audra Vuual Atdt graduate of Boston College and Rhode Island College of Educatron extensxon courses at Provxdence College Brown Umversnty and Umverslty of Rhode Island Crvtlran Defense deputy dnrector ongmal faculty member MARIE G CAPALBO Intlrurtor m Englub graduate of Pembroke College attended Rhode Island College of Educatxon Brown Umversrty and Provxdence College mterests sports musrc and plays DOMENICK FABRIZIO AB EDM Head of Language Department graduate of Providence College and Rhode Island College of Educatnon studned at Brown Umversrty taught at Burrlllvxlle and Aldnch I-Irgh schools teaches at Y M C A summer school 8 ANTHONY CIARLO lnrtructor tn Instrumental Mum' Band Matter attended Brown Umversrty Rhode Island College of Education Amerrcan Instxtute of Normal Methods Auburndale Massachusetts former dxrector of Instrumental musxc at Johnston Rhode Island JOSEPH A FINEGAN A B ED M Head of Soczal Studie: Department Vue Principal graduate of Providence College and Rhode Island College of Educatlon and New York State College for teachers Albany New York member of ongmal faculty rnterests research specxalnst m gastronomy ma ,L k f A.B. .., .. . 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F3 FACULTY RICHARD J FLYNN A B ED M Director of Athletic: Barehall Coach graduate of Unrversnty of New Hamp shrre Rhode Island College of Education graduate work at Clark Boston Umversrty and Brown Rhode Island Conferences of Football Baseball and Basketball OHICIAIS member of orrgrnal faculty HELEN G GOODING ED B ED M Instructor m Soczal Studxer graduate of Rhode Island College o Educatxon and Boston Unrversxty former elementary vnce prmcrpal of Stephen Olney School Faculty Delegate of Rhode Island Instrtute of Instructron mterests bowlmg kmttmg and sports DOROTHY M FORSELL Intlructor nz Shorthand Typmg junior Clay: Adwrer graduate of Bryant College alumna of North Provrdence Hrgh School member of Sxgma Iota Chr Soronty rnterests-dancmg and church choxr work HERBERT E HOPKINS Head of the Engluh Department raduate of the Unrversrty of Rho e Island attended Rhode Island College of Educatlon and Brown Umversrty treasurer of the Board of Trustees of the Union Free L1 brary Member of the Personnel Dlvxsron Crvrlxan Defense mterests hte' preventron and hre apparatus automobrle desrgn 9 LORENZO A GALLO En B Inrtructor an Science Chemutry Radzo graduate of Rhode Island College of Educatron attended Provrdence o lege Trmrty College Northwestern Um versxty CLAIRE L HORAN Imtfuctor m Typm Commen-ml Arithmetic an English graduate of Regis College and Boston College B.S.- Q , r tts R A B:Sr ' - . 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FACULTY FELICIA JURAS Dlfllfldil Cafeteria Manager graduate of Unrversrty of Rhode Island mterests sports tennrs swrmmmg sarlmg lrterature and theatre member of Delta P1 Sororrty JOHN A MAGUIRE PH B ED M Imtruclor rn Englrrb Yearbook Co Adwrer Farully Manager of Atbletrrr Faculty Adwrer of Sludent Council FRANCES D LABOISSONIERE En M Irutrurror nz Englub Yearbook Co Admrer graduate of Rhode Island Col lege of Educatnon attended Rhode Island School of Desrgn and Brown Umverslty mem ber of the Columbra Scholastic Press Advrsers Assoclatron mterests poetry and pamt rn ELIZABETH D MANCHESTER Irutrurror m Pbyrual Education and First Azd Cheerleaderr Adviser graduate of Russell Sage Col lege Posse College of Physrcal Rhodgrixduas gilrrovrdlencei College and Educatron e san ege o E ucatron f I Rhode Island Commrssron on Teacher Qembe' offoggmg aculiyccre Educatron and Professronal Standards 'rector 0 mv' ence Cmbel' of the C0lLlmbla Scholaguc P1655 anon Advrsers Assocnauon member of orxgn nal faculty 10 DONALD LIEBHERR En B Head of The Indurlrral Art! Deparlrnent Drreelor o Dramatru Coordinator o Arrembller graduate of Rhode Island College of Educatron attended Provrdence College member of the Rhode Island Speech Councll mterests amateur theater musrc and swrmmmg ARTHUR J MCMA!-ION PH B Head of Matbemalrrr Deparlmerrl B.S. ' U' .. :'g'u. --: n , . 4 - B.S. ' F- FACULTY EVELYNM MCKENNA B S ED M Inflrunor nz Sorxal Studie: graduate of Rhode Island College of Educatron and Unrversxty of Rhode Island mterests sports bowlmg and read rn HOPE SENECAL En B ED M Head of the An Deparlrnent graduate of Rhode Island College of Educatron attended Boston Umversnty Brown Unrversrty and Rhode Island School of Design mterests mrllmery recreatron cen ter tramxng Englrsh Bulldogs member of Theatre Gurld New England Bulldog Assocxatron KATHARINE G PACHEO AB MA Inflruclar Jn Srzenre and Biology graduate of Pembroke College and Brown Umversxty former teacher of languages at Provrdence Central Hxgh School faculty delegate to Rhode Island Institute of Instructron mterests mterror decora txon and the theatre hobby collectmg ancrent and medreval art reproductron THOMAS H SHEA BA EDM Head of the Commercial Department Faculty Treaxurer graduate of Becker Busrness College Holy Cross and Rhode Island College of Education orngmal faculty member State Cntrc Teacher mterests Amerrcan Legron acuvrtres and readmg 11 jOHN W O BRIEN En B Innrurtor m Malbemaur: and Sexenre graduate of Rhode Island College of Educatron ANGELO SISTI Imtruetor in Mallzemallrf General Srlence and Merb nural Dmu mg graduate of Boston College attended Massachusetts Instrtute of Technology San Juan Umversrty and Rhode Island College of Educatxon Vrce Presndent of North Provrdence Teachers Assocnatron mterests prpes dogs and hrkmg t 4 Z... 2 , ' , - . 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FACULTY BARBARA SMILEY Irutruclor rn Bookkeepmg junior Bunnen and Typing graduate of Bryant College extension courses at RICE and Providence Col lege former teacher at Smxthneld Com mercial High School member of Ficlelio Chorus president of North interests dancing and hockey CAROLINE V WHALEN Inrtfuclor o Typing and junzor Banner: graduate of Bryant College alumna of North Providence High School Freshman Class Adviser MARION VICAN I nnrurlor zn H omemakmg graduate of University of Rhode Island interests flshmg boating member of Alpha XI Delta ANTHONY L ZAMBARANO Irulrunor nz Hulory and English Track and Cvofr Country Coarb graduate of Brown University attended Universrty of Rhode Island Alumnus of North Providence High School Pres! dent of Faculty Club Sopho more Class Adviser interests golf and pang Pong 12 M BEATRICE WARD B S ED M Head of the Guidance and Mum: Deparlment graduate of Boston University and Conservatoxre Amerrcane France attended Sarah Lawrence College director of Musrcal productions and Antiph onal Choir director of Fldelio Choral ress National Music Committee VINCENT ROBBIO Inftrucior o Shorthand Bookkeeping and 0 ce Pracnre graduate of Bryant College alum nus of North Providence High School interests swimming table tennis an music B.S. B.S. 1 u i . . ' , ,, A , Providence Teachers: Association . . . societyg Wellesley Institute of Social Prog- AB. B,Si 4 B.S. lm -.-.sl 1 NANCY A GIAMMARCO ALICE L NICHOLS GLORIAJ POLSENO Pnnnpalr Secretary Super1r1ter1den1'r Serrelafy Supefnlendenff Senna'-7' Alumna of N P H Alumna of N P H A ""1"" of N P H mterests dancxng sports and musrc enthusrast THEIR BUSINESS IS TEACHER WELFARE These members of the North Provrdence Teachers Assoc1at1on have worked dnlngently for rmprovement rn teacher welfare durmg the current year They are Sealed Angelo Sxstr vrce presldent Barbara Smxley presrdent Arthur McMahon secretary Slandzng Marne Capalbo and John O Brnen delegates BUSY EXECUTIVE DISCUSSING MARYS CAPACITIES Anthony Zambarano has served as Mr McGovern and M155 Ward confer about a students marks usrng the permanent presrdent of the Faculty Hxgh School record card as a basxs Club a socxal orgamzatlon for the past year 13 S? an Ov g ff' 55 f , L" . 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I .I I. wif..- 1. ..-Q54-.-If.- 4 I ! L"..II' pl- I g. "-.'.- L5- , -g."' '.'. - .- 3-A ' 1 . "'G,'P':-IIK I: gr ,F ' A II 553.35-.. 'LI I,- "-L ' 4 - .. -. . -nh I-.III III .I,I I f -- '.I2 T, -I- - I , -It: 4' I1 "f'2lfg'. - 1 -A .-,, . I . I. 41, -, I J."f- A N: . ' TQ. ' -1,1 . f.. . "Wigs f' ri- sv,-' t- - ' "K, ' 1 :-'-r-. :'-- :S I , -. -I '5--z ' ?':'v L iZ.:., - . . . nt? ,. I A--:W I .A I .,, -I .- ' '.. K ' 5e:I.II-LI:I - 1 7:-1. I-. V rn'-if 9' 1 .b X 14 4' "UI Q Q , f a U. rf.II . 'A P7 ,. 'I X I . 7 5. I .,. uI if 1 J A v 5 V 4 II . 'A cg: , :- 5-.32 if Q1 s .. I 1 r 5, K ROBERT V. SALVATORE 104 Humbert Street "lVordJ rweet ar honey from hir lip! dirtil'ed." ALEXANDER POPE Student Council 3-4g Vice President- Class 3-4 . . . Class Committees, Ex Oflicio 3-4 . . . Football 2-4, Co-captain 45 Homeroom Basketball 1-4. . . Summo Collis 4 . . . King's Court 3 . . . VETERAN LEADERS CHOSEN BY POPULAR VOTE ROBERT GRENIER 2078 Mineral Spring Avenue "Rear0n and judgment are the qualifier of 4 leader." Far left: rzicirus Student Council 2-4, President 4, Sec- retary 35 Class President 2-4, Vice Presi- dent lg Homeroom President 2-4, Vice President 15 Class Committee 1-4, Ex Oficio . . . Basketball 1, Homeroom 1-49 Football 1-4g Track 1g Baseball 1 . . . Forum 4 . . . Dramatics 3 . . . Represent- ative, R.I. Convention of Student Coun- cils 3 . , . Summo Collis 3-4 . . . Kings Court 3 . . . Right: Executive cares are temporarily forgot- ten by Bob Grenier Qforegroundj, and Bob Salvatore, Marilyn and Natalie, MARILYN C. MATRUMALO 25 Brown Street "She ir pretty to walk with and witty to talk with and plefzrant to think on" SUCKLING Class Secretary 2-4g Homeroom Secretary lg Homeroom Treasurer 34 Class and Committees 1-4, Ex Officio . . . Home- room Basketball 2-4 . . . Forum 2-3 . . . Graduation Usher 3 . . . Summo Collis 3-4 . . . RHODE IsLAND HONOR SOCIETY "The Pause that Refreshesn NATALIE A. DI PONTE 525 Fruit Hill Avenue "Her virtue and the conrcienee of her worth." JOHN MILTON Class Treasurer 3-43 Homeroom Treas- urer 2-3g Class Committees, Ex Officio 3-4 . . . Homeroom Basketball 2-45 Girls' Basketball 4 . . , Forums 2-3 . . . Spelling Bee 2-4 . . . Marshal 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . Senior Play , . . X X V1 0 K 16 ,N. A Q y JAMES J. AIELLO 17 Brown Avenue "'A True Friend if One Saul in Two Bodies." ARISTOTLE LaSalle: Baseball 2g Homeroom Foot- ball 2g North Providence: Homeroom Basketball 3-4g Basketball 3-45 Base- ball 4 . . . DOLORES BARONE 449 Smithfield Road "How Goodrzeu Heigbtezzf Beauty." HANNAH Mooius Homeroom Treasurer 3g Social Committee 3 . . . Cheerleaders 4 . . . Ofiice 2-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play , . . RALPH BECKETT 34 Merino Avenue, Johnston Far Right: "AJ tlay days, Jo fbfzll thy ,rtrezzgtb be." DEUTERONOMY Thornton 1: Football , . . Mount Pleasant 2-3g North Providence 3-4 . . . THE SENIORS 9 2 CONSTANCE R. ANDREOZZI 134 Homewood Avenue "Drink to me only with thine eyed' BEN JONSON Homeroom Basketball 2-4g Girls' Bas- ketball 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . ROBERT ANGELL 16 Wright Street "Do well and right, and let tbe world rink." PARSON Homeroom Treasurer 1 , . . Basket- ball 1-Zg Homeroom Basketball 1-4 . . . Senior Play . . . wi 3 . 17 fs. buf X K f WILLIAM BOLAND 9 Cooper Street "A friend may well be rerkoned the maflerpiece of natzzref' RALPH WALDO EMERSON Mount Pleasant 1-3: Baseballg Basket- ballg Trackg Wrestling . . . North Providence High 4 THE SENIORS ROBERT P. BRILLON 5 'lane Street HY0Ilfb, when fb0llgl.7f IJ Jpeefh and fpeeeh if frzztlf' WALTER SCOTT Saint Raphael: Homeroom Basketball 1-2 . . . North Providence: 3-4 . . . BARRY BEDRICK 15 Howe Street Far left: If ' f ' Common Jenfe II nature J gzft, but refzfofz ir an art," BEATr1E Homeroom Basketball 2-4g Baseball 1, 4 . . . Forums 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . THERESE H. BOISVERT 102 Leah Street, Providence IPEIZIIJIIUIIJIIZ if Ibe geniw of fmferityf' EDWARD BULWER-LYTTON Classical 1g North Providence: Homeroom Basketball 2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . GEORGE , BROWN Louisquisett Pike "Do good by rteallb, and blufb to find it fame." ALEXANDER POPE Social Committee 2 . . . Basketball 2-35 Homeroom Basketball 1-4g Cross Country 2-5g Baseball 1 . . . 4-H 4 . . . 18 THE SENIORS f E MILTON BUCKLESS PAULA BURHOE HUBER BUTTERFIELD 3 Miner Street 10 Mathewson Street Putnam Pike "Good, the more rommunirated, the "O, thou art fairer than the evening "The heyt and nohleft livef are thofe more ahwzdaizt groin." air, rlad in the beauty of a thoufand whirh are Jet toward high idealtf' JOHN MILTON fran." CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE Homeroom Basketball 1-4, Basketball 1-35 Baseball 1-45 Cross Country 1-2-4 . . . Stage Hand 1-3 . .. MARTHA A. CAMBIO 1871 Mineral Spring Avenue "There if no roxmetic for beauty like happine.ff." LADY BLESSINGTON Homeroom Basketball 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Prom Usher 3 . , . ANN I. CARDARELLI 446 Woodward Road Far Right: "True wit if Nature to advantage dreJr'd what oft wa: thought, but ne'er Jo well expreu'd." ALEXANDER POPE Homeroom Basketball 1 . . . Dramatics 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . Social Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-3 . , . Forum 4 , , , Summo Collis 4 . . . Prom Usher 3 . . . Senior Play . . . EMERSON Hockey 2-3 . . . Dramatics 2-4 . . . Forums 2-4 . . . Senior Play . . . 2 ' , e mi wi. 'A ' 19 THE SENIORS WILLIAM E. CHEW 6 Willern Street "And everything loamlrome about him." SHAKESPEARE Homeroom Basketball 1-4g Football 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . King's Court 3 . . . WILLIAM CHIAVERINI 37 Peach Hill Avenue "Youth comet but orzre in a lifetime." LONGEELLOW Homeroom Basketball 1-35 Basketball lg Football lg Cross Country 2 . . . ANITA CASALI 2 Gibbs Street Far left: "Faithfulr1eJf and Jinrerity firrt of all." CONFUCIUS Summo Collis 4 . . . EMILIO CERRONI 68 Esmond Street, Esmond "Good rlothe: open all doom." FULLER Homeroom Vice President 4 . . . Social Committee 4 . . . Homeroom Basketball 2g Baseball 4 . . . Senior Play . . . Dramatics Club 4 . . . BERYL CHRISTIANSEN 137 Douglas Avenue "The milder! manner: and the gentlext heart." HOMER Ring Committee 35 Picture Committee 3 . . . Girls' Track 1g Homeroom Basketball 1-4 . . . Dramatics 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . 20 THE SENIORS 'Nl ELAINE A. CIOTTI 3 Eddy Street "A good laugh if Junrhine in 4 home." THACKERAY Homeroom Secretary 1-2g Homeroom Treasurer 3-4 . . . Social Committee 1 . . . Cheerleaders 3-4 . . . Dramatics 3... VIOLA M. COOKE John Mowry Road "AJ full of Jpirit as the manlh of May." SHAKESPEARE Homeroom Basketball . . . Dramatics 3 . . . RALPH CORBESERO JR. 11 Ferncliffe Avenue Far Right: - Hlnfluenfe ir ihe exhalalion of rhararterf' TAYLOR U.S. Army, 2 years . . . Senior Play . . . HAROLD CLARK MADELINE COLANDO 512 Woonasquatucket Avenue 1909 Smith .Street ','A laugh is worth a hundred groans "lVhat :wtf the lean, and doe: the m any market." CHARLES LAMB most, if just a pleasant rmilef' WILBUR D. NESBIT Social Committee 2 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-3g Basketball 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . ff ix ef 21 THE SENIORS A 4 BRENDA A. CORRENTE 22 Merchant Avenue Far left : "A merry heart goey all the day." SHAKESPEARE Summo Collis 4 . . . BENJAMIN CROSSMAN Log Road, Smithfield "By Jporlx are all his carer heguiledf' GOLDSMITH Student Council 1-3g Homeroom President 1-34 Vice President 2 . . . Homeroom Bas- ketball 1-4g Cross Country 1g Baseball 2-4g Hockey 2-4 . . . CECELIA DEFELICE BERNARD DEFUSCO PLACIDO DIFILIPPO 320 Woonasquatucket Avenue 73 Gillen Avenue 5 Fenway Street "Sweet: to the Jweetf' "Silence ir more eloquent than worth." "Good wordf are worth mufh, and SHAKESPEARE CARLYLE mu little." GEORGE HERBERT Basketball 1 . . . Basketball 1-45 Baseball 1-45 Hockey Homeroom Vice President lg Home- 2-4 . . . Senior Play . . . room Secretary 3 . . . Social Com- mittee 2, 4g Ring Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-23 Basketball 3-45 Baseball 4 . . . Senior Play . . . 'fi 'W K V , ,,,X,j,, J THE SENIORS VINCENT DI FILIPPO 6 Robin Street "A good man doex good merely by living." , BULWER-LYTTON Homeroom Vice President 1-2 . . . Track 1-23 Basketball 2-3g Baseball 1, 2, 45 Golf 33 Homeroom Basket- ball 1-4 . . . ELAINE DODGE 15 Hanson Street "And Beauty dmzw ur with 11 Jingle hair." ALEXANDER POPE Social Committee 3g Social and Picture Committees 45 Dramatics 3 . . . Prom Queen 3 . . . Senior Play . . . DOROTHY A. DOUTHWAITE 389 Sunset Avenue Far Right: "H1m1or if the harmony of the heart." JERROED Homeroom Basketball 3 . . . Dramatics 3-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . BENNY DiIORIO 1 Sack Street "Come live in my heart and pay no rent." SAMUEL LOVER Social Committee 2 . . . Football 2-45 Homeroom Basketball 1-4g Track 3 . . .Senior Play. . . JAMES DIPINA 4 Taft Avenue "The artift doef not ree thing! at they are, but as he it," ALFRED TONNELLE Social Committee 3 . . . Hockey 3-43 Golf 1-4g Homeroom Basketball 1-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . 23 THE SENIORS GEORGE W. FERRY 1394 Douglas Avenue "Speedy ir filver, rileizfe if golden." GERMAN PROVERB Basketball 1-25 Homeroom Basketball 1-2g Track 2 . .. MARILYN FRASER 18 Leah Street "Good humor maker all thingy toler- able." HENRY W. BEECHER Basketball 4g Homeroom Basketball 1-4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . SHIRLEY FAVREAU Farnum Pike, Georgiaville Far left: "Good eompany and good difroizrre are the very Jinewf of virtue." ROVENSCRAFT Homeroom Basketball 3-45 Girls' Basketball 4 . . , Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play , . . GEORGE H. FERGUSON 315 High Service Avenue "Aye, every inch cl king." SHAKESPEARE Homeroom President 1, 45 Class Treasurer lg Homeroom Vice President 3 . . . Social Committee 1-3 . . . Homeroom Basketball lg Basketball 1-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Prom King 3 . . . ROBERT GAMBLE 7 Barrett Avenue "Man ir the merriesl, llae mort joyour of all the rpeeief of Creation." ADD1soN Social Committee 1 . . . Stagehand 1 . . . Basketball 1g j-V Basketball 2-35 Homeroom Basketball 1-4g Cross Country 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . 24 BARBARA GOFF 17 Oakdale Street "Give me the ready band mlber lban the ready tongue." GARIBALDI Homeroom Basketball 3 . . . LOUISE GUSTAFSON 54 Greenville Avenue "Beauty bulb I0 many rlaarmyf' STERNE Homeroom Secretary 2-35 Ring Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-3, Cheer- leading 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . DONALD F. HAMEL 2254 Mineral Spring Avenue Far Right: "KindneJf Giver Birth to Kil1dl1EJJ." SOPHOCLES Homeroom Basketball 2-3 , , . THE SENIORS ,." , J' at A I L' I I PATRICIA GOLDE 311 Woonasquatucket Avenue "I am weezllby in my friezzdrf' SHAKESPEARE Class Secretary 1, Treasurer 25 Home- room Secretary 1-4g Vice President 2g Class Committees 1-4, Ex Oilicio . . . Cheerleader 2-4, Captain 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . H, 1' 25 ""l MARILYN E. GRIMSHAW 14 Lyman Avenue "Silenre in women if like Jpeefla in men." BEN JONSON JUNE HARRIS 1211 Douglas Avenue "An Appearance of Delimry, and Even of Fmgilily, if Alnzorl Efffllffdl lo Befznzyf' BURKE Summo Collis 4 . . . THE SENIORS ROBERT HICKEY Robert Street, Greenville "Good Humor if One of lhe Bef! Arlirlef of Drew One mn wear in Jorielyf' THACKERAY Homeroom Basketball 2-3 . . . CAROLE HARRINGTON 1149 Plainfield Street Fm' left: "Grave if to the Body, What good Jenre if zo :he Mind." ROCHEFOUCAULD Thornton junior High School: Class Vice President 1 . . . North Providence: Home- room Basketball 2 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . . JEAN HARRINGTON 145 Pine Hill Avenue "All Who lV0llfd lVin foy, mmf Share It,' "Hi1ppine.fr um Born a Twin." Graniteville junior High 1: North Prov- idence: Dramatics 3-4 , . . WILLIAM HOWARTH 468 Central Avenue "Nothing Endurer But Perronal Qualifier." WALT WHITMAN Basketball 2-3: Homeroom Basketball 2-35 Cross Country 2-5 . . . 26 RUTH JACKSON 57 Harris Avenue, Johnston "The Bef! of Happinexy, Honor and Fortune! Keep wilh you." SHAKESPEARE Cap and Gown Committee 4 . . . Dramatics 1-3 . . . Summo Collis . . . CAROLE A. LACROIX 252 Wloonasquatucket Avenue "Fair thought and happy laourr attend on you" SHAKESPEARE Homeroom Basketball 3 . . . EDWARD LARKOSH 71 Locust Avenue Far Rigbl: "MuJic if love in Jeafcla of 4 word" SIDNEY LANIER Picture Committee 3 . . . Cross Country- track 2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . THE SENIORS GLORIA M. JANELLO 524 Woonasquatucket Avenue "A Jong will Ou!-life all Sermonr in the Me112ory." GILLES Social Committees 2-5 . . , Dramatics 1-4. . .Senior Play. . . gg! GILBERT KEIGHLEY 250 Fruit Hill Avenue are f1dzferti5'd by our loving friends" SHAKESPEARE Homeroom Basketball 2-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play , , , " ll"e '-169' II 27 THE SENIORS HENRY LIPPACHER 5 Washalcie Avenue "Humor involves Jentiment and cbararteru GILLES Homeroom Treasurer 3 . . . Basket- ball 1-2g Football 4g Cross Country 1-35 Track 1-35 Baseball 4 . . . Senior Play . . . BERNARD LUDOVICI 18 Ellena Street "Our friend: fee tbe bert of us, and by that very fart fall forth the best from uf." BLACK Social Committee 3g Homeroom Bas- ketball 1-3 . . . EMILY R. LEVER 430 Fruit Hill Avenue Far left: "A u'oman'f gzzetr if murb more arrurate than a man'5 rertaintyf' KIPLING Sanford High: Class Committees 1-33 Bas- ketball 2-3, Softball 1-3, Volleyball 1-2 . . . Dramatics 1-3 . . . North Providence High: Girls' Basketball 4 . . . Vocal Ensemble 4 . . . Senior Play . . . MAUREEN LEYDEN 17 Angela Court "Truth, and goodneu, and beauty are but diferent fare: of tbe ,mme all." EMERSON Glee Club . . . Prom Usher 33 Graduation Usher '52 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . SHIRLEY LUPLEN 20 Rosedale Street "A good beart it better than all the beadf in the world. BULWER-LYTTON 28 THE SENIORS KENNETH MAC NEILL 135 Pine Hill Avenue, Johnston "Much can he made of a Scotfhman if he he raughi young." SAMUEL JOHNSON Hockey 2-35 Homeroom Basketball 2-33 Football 2-. . . Summo Collis 4... DONNA L. MENDES 140 Lexington Avenue "Friend.r - lhofe relations that one make: for onefelff' DESCHAMPS Homeroom Treasurer 1-2, Vice President 4 . . . Social Committee 23 Ring Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-3 . . . Forums 3-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . JOYCE MOTTE 38 Pelham Parkway Far Riglazs "Beauty can inrpire mirafleff' DISRAELI Social Committee 2 . . . Homeroom Basket- ball 2-4, Girls' Basketball 4 . . . Graduation Usher 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Fashion Council Representative 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . Senior Play . . . PASQUALE MARINO 25 Sack Street "FriendJhip if a word, the very fight of which in print maker the heart warm." AUGUSTINE BERRELL Homeroom Basketball 1-4 . . . 29 JOHN MARSELLA 21 Roosevelt Street "Character it a diamond that Jcralches every ofher none." WHITMAN Student Council 1-35 Class President lg Homeroom President 1-3 . . . Social Committee 1 . . . Baseball 1-4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . ' 1 I THE SENIORS ANTHONY NOTARANTONIO 209 Lexington Avenue "Knowledge if more than equizfolezzf io forte." SAMUEL JOHNSON Cap and Gown Committee 4 . . . Baseball Manager 3g Homeroom Bas- ketball 3 . . . Forum 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . , QQ f' Q lg 5 ' Qi ef 3 ' Ls-,, A e Erik- " . 3 ' Lg, 1 ' 32-'K ' ,PL , 9 R . , - -i if 'A h:l'k if B , K 37 K, Wk ,, ww JOHN A. NOTTE 716 Fruit Hill Avenue "Friendly Romom, Cozmtrymen, Lend me your ears." MARK ANTONY Homeroom Vice President 1 . . . Dance Committee lg Ring Committee 34 Prom Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-25 J. V. Basketball 1-33 Varsity Basketball 3-45 Football 2-4g Baseball 1, 4 . . . Forums 2-3 . . . Model Legislature - Senator 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . 'lb 30 GERALDINE MURO 60 Vincent Avenue For left: "Friendship ir a ereolure formed for com- parzionflaipf' MONTAIGNE Summo Collis 4 . . . MERRIAM NAYLOR 15 Cottage Avenue "Friend5laip is the only eemenl that will bold tlae world together." WOODROW WILSON Homeroom Basketball 1-2 . . . YVONNE ONSLEY 65 Walnut Street "A Right judgment draws UJ ol Profit from All Tlaingff' SHAKESPEARE Thornton junior High: North Provi- dence High: Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . Girls Basketball . . . A THE SENIORS JOHN H. PARKER 4 South Larchmont Avenue "Good Senate, lVbirb if Only the Gift of Heazfezzf' EMERSON Student Council 45 Homeroom Presi- dent 4 . . . Cross Country 1-25 Track 2-33 Hockey 1-3 . . . Senior Play . . . EUGENE PISTACCHIO 5 Newton Street "Knowledge if Power." BACON Basketball 15 Homeroom Basketball 1-3g Baseball 1 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . , . Senior Play , , . JOSEPH PISTACCHIO 68 Lyman Avenue Far Rigbl-' "Wit and Wirdom are Born with 4 Man." JOHN SELDEN Student Council 2-4, Treasurer 45 President - Homeroom 2-4, Vice President 33 Social Committee 3 , . . Basketball 25 Homeroom Basketball 1-45 Football 2-45 Baseball 4 . . . Forum 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Kings Court 3 . . . Senior Play . . . DAVID PETERSON 19 Towanda Drive "Will ir Cbarader in Acfionf' MCDOUGALL Student Council 1-25 Class Vice-Pres- ident 25 Homeroom President 15 So- cial Committee 2 . , . Football 15 Track--Outdoor, Indoor 1-25 Baseball 1-25 Homeroom Basketball 1-2 , , . . 4 'E Ei.. t it ARTHUR A. PICKERING 102 Barrett Avenue "Youth ir to All the Glad Seafou of Life." CARLYLE Homeroom Basketball 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . 31 THE SENIORS RICHARD R. QUIRK 21 Atlantic Boulevard "It Seemr 10 Me It if Only Noble to be Good." TENNYSON Baseball 2g Homeroom Basketball 2-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . . 4 r ANN RICCI 100 Humbert Street "A Sweet Attractire Kind of Gmfey A Full Arrlzrarzfe G21-'en by Lookff' RoYDoN Treasurer-Homeroom 2 . . . Home- room Basketball 1-35 Girl's Basketball 1,2,4... BARBARA H. PLANTE Chestnut Hill Road Far left: "Beauty ir Truth, Truth Beauty." Joi-IN KEATES Treasurer-Homeroom 1-29 Social Commit- tee, 1, 2, 4 . . . Homeroom Basketball 3 . . . Cheerleaders 3-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 , . . Queen's Court 3 . . . PATRICIA A. QUANSTROM 1 Elizabeth Avenue "A Bemzlifzzl Smile if to the Female Coun- tenanfe Wbat the Sunbeam if to the Lazzdfmpef' LAVATTER Treasurer-Homeroom 43 Ring Committee 3 . . . Basketball 1-45 Homeroom Basket- ball 1-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Graduation Usher 3 . . . Senior Play . . . ANTHONY RICCI 24 Sack Street "A Wife Man will make more op- portzznilier than He Finely." BACON LaSalle 1-5 . . . North Providence 4 32 CAROLE ROGLER 96 Serrel Sweet Road "That which if Good if Always Bealzlifzzlf' DE LYENCLOS Homeroom Secretary 4g Social Com- mittee 3, 4 . . . Homeroom Basketball 2-4g Girls' Basketball 4 . . . Grad- uation Usher 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Queen's Court 3 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . , Senior Play . . . DOROTHY ST. PIERRE 29 Lydia Avenue "Smiley from reason flow." MILTON RI-IODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . ARNOLD SARAZEN 220 High Service Avenue Far right: THE SENIORS 3 JEANNINE ROY 57 East Avenue "Tart comer ar much from goodnefr of heart df from fnenerr of tarts." ENDYMION Girls' Basketball 1-3, Homeroom Bas- ketball 1-3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . Senior Play . . . Q FRED RUSSO 9 Bassett Street "Rejoire, O Young Man, in lby youth." OLD TESTAMENT Social Committee 2 . . . Cross Coun- try 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . it.: I "Multi: if the Univerral Language of . . 5 Mankind." LONGFELLOW Avqw 1 g I Social Committee 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 ij, ' . . . Forum 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR ' 4 - I SOCIETY . . . Senior Play . . . 3 2 I als, X -72. 33 THE SENIORS its ADA SGAMBATO 591 Woonasquatucket Avenue "They are never alone who are ac- companied by noble tlaougbtxf' SIDNEY Homeroom Treasurer 1, 4g Home- room Secretary 3g Social Committee 1-3 . . . Basketball 2-4 . . . Gradua- tion Usher 3 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . kj ta 1 PRISCILLA SHARDLOW 53 Ferncrest Boulevard "Lie har no blersin like a rudent , f g P friend." EURIPIDES Homeroom Basketball 1-4g Girls' Bas- ketball 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . W , CAA. 34 BARBARA SCHENCK Whipple Avenue Far left: "He ibat if lby friend indeed, He will help fbee in lby need." BARNFUL Glee Club 2 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1, 2, 3 . . . "I'll take Vin Ella 2, Dramatics 4, Christmas Play 4 . . . Senior Play 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . MARIA D. SCUNGIO 110 Lyman Avenue "A Jnzile is the color wlairh love wean." H. W. BEECHER Summo Collis 4 . . . ELSIE SOLLECITO 10 Brae Street "Style ix the dren of tlaouglJt.r." STANHOPE Social Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Basketball 2 . . . Graduation Usher 3 . . . Senior Play . . . THE SENIORS ire' WILLARD I.. SPENCE 706 Fruit Hill Avenue Ulmpimlimz and genius - one and rife mme." VICTOR HUGO Social Committee 2 . . , Homeroom Basketball 2-4 . , . Forums 3-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . , . RHODE ISLAND HoNoR Socnsrx' . . . JOSEPH A. TESTA JR. 95 Vincent Avenue "W'e fzllmrf beam' by lbe qualifier we di.rplfzy." SUARD Student Council 55 President-Homeroom 35 Vice President-Homeroom 2-43 Social Committees 3-4-Co-Chairman 4 . . . Bas- ketball 1-4, Homeroom Basketball 1-25 TrackwOutdoor 1-2g Football 1-4, Captain 4. . . Senior Play . . . MARGARET TOWNSEND Cooper Road Far rigbl: "She mmf be Jeerz 10 be apprefiaiedf' CLENswoRrH Homeroom Treasurer 4 . . . Homeroom Basketball 1-3 . . . Forum 4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . DOROTHY L. STEWART 228 High Service Avenue "Sub meet rompzzlfiozz doth in music bef' MILTON Homeroom Basketball 5 . , . Summo Collis 4 , . , 'lb-x W'l""'7 35 THOMAS TATTERSALL jenckes Hill Road, Lincoln "To the last gasp wilb lrulh and Ioyalfyf' SHAKESPEARE Homeroom Basketball 3, 45 Hockey 4 . . . ERNEST VEGIARD 1224 Mmeral Sprlnb Avenue Tberer Plnfe and Meanr or every man ahve SHAKESPEARE THE SENICRS MARIE VOTOLATO 136 Vlncent Avenue The przfe wudom 15 above vzzbzer OLD TESTAMENT Presentation of Mary unror Hxgh Vrce Presldent 1 North Provl dence Summo Collrs 4 Dramatlcs RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY All School Spellrng Champron LUIGI VACCA 13 justice Street Far le If Laughmg ebeer zzlnefr tbrour mfzhgbl 071 all patlf 0 lf e RICHTFR Homeroom Basketball 2 ROSE MARY VACCA 19 Chamberlam Street The pleamre 0 mlkzng If the znexlmgzzzrh able panzon o women LESAGE Homeroom Secretary 2 Soclal Commrttee Charrman 3 Homeroom Basketball 2 4 Girls Basketball 4 Forum 2 4 Summo Collrs 4 Semor Play Marshal 3 GENEVIEVE M WARD 1874 Smlth Street Far le I In nite Heber Ill a lllfle 700111 MARLOWE Rrng Commrttee 3 Homeroom Basketball 2 Summo Collrs 4 Senror Play 3 rf ' I f ' r I J f I' ,rr 1 . A! kk i H l f . J, . . . - N ' ll A . 4 ll f A ., L D I ' y . . . - r' 1 f . rr - of - - H - ' A f .' 4 , ' .U , ' .11 , fi - f , ' , J ' ' I . . ,V'. I , . , , , E141 A 1 M J 1 6 EDNA WHITELEY 12 Larchmont Avenue "Beautiful ur rweet! And young ar beautiful !" YOUNG Homeroom Vice President 1-3g Sec- retary 4 . . . Picture Committee 35 Social Committee 1, 2, 4 . . . Senior Play . . .Queen's Court 3 . . . RAYMOND YOUNG 1963 Smith Street "No one rearber a high porition wifbaut daring." SYRUS Dramatics 3 . . . PATRICIA A. YORSTON 49 Adams Street Far rigbl: "My hear! if ever at your Jerzfifef' SHAKESPEARE ocial Committee 2, 4 . . . Summo Collis THE SENIORS LOUISE L. WILLARD 4 Miles Street "It ir the mind ffm! maker the body riflaf' SHAKESPEARE I-Iomeroom Basketball 2 . . . Forums 2-4 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . RHODE ISLAND HONOR SOCIETY . . . Senior Play . . . JOY WILLIAMS 171 Woonasquatucket Avenue "Delirafy ir to lbe KIHEFIIUIII wha! grace if to benulyf' DEGERANDO Cap and Gown Committee 4 . . . 37 'Q' "hh , THE SENIORS U x RHODE ISLAND HONOR socuarv ROSEMARIE ZAMBARANO 348 Fruit Hill Avenue Far leff: "A merry Henri doeth Good like Medici11e." BIBLE Social Committee 3 . . . Homeroom Bas- ketball 1-2 . . . Summo Collis 4 . . . ANNA ZARRELLA 40 Monson Street, Johnston "WflJere lberek a will !here'5 4 way," ENGLISH PROVERB Summo Collis 4 . . . THE CREAM OF THE CROP Fim' row: Marilyn Fraser, Joyce Motte, Marilyn Matrumalo, Natalie DiPonte, Marie Votolato, Ada Sgam- bato, Ann Cardarelli. Slandirzg' Louise Willard, Anthony Notorantonio, Eugene Pistacchio, Willard Spence, Arnold Sarazen, john Marsella, Carole Rogler. Abrent: Yvonne Onlsey, Carole Harrington, Dorothy St. Pierre. These students have achieved the goal of every good student. By maintaining an average of 85 or above for their senior high school career, they have been elected to the Honor Society. This honor is also based on good character, leadership and ability. 38 TOPS WITH US A SMILE GOI-S A IOM, LUNG XI, AY ALNX AYS THERE xx ITH HELPING HANDS Bef! Pe I mzllly A1 ff DFP? d-1519 LOUISE GLSTAFSOIN AND ROBFRT SALAvAToRE ROBERT GRFNIFR AND NNTALIE DI PONTE cf' 'I HE QUIZ KIDS Mm! 1111 lllgeut WILLARD SPERCE AND LOLJISE WILLARD BICEPS BUILDERS 1.ET'S HAVE A DOVUN BEAT MUN Afblffff Clan MNJIITJIIJ JOSEPH TESTA AND PATRICIA QUANSTRQM DOROTHY STEWART AND EDWARD LARKOSH 39 TOPS WITH US 1.- THF APPLE OF OUR EYE Idezl 59711011 JOHN INOTTF AND IoUIsF GUQTAFSON THEY LOOK TO THE FUTURE M111 Likely 10 Surrfed .IOHN NOTTE AND LOUISE WILLARD 4 FAVORITE AMONG FAVORITES Mor! Populm PATRICIA GOLDF AND GEORGE FFRGUSON QUICK VUITH THE BRUSH Cl1rrA1l1r1r BARBARA PLANTL AIND JAMES DIPINA TOPS WITH LIS TAILORED AND TRIM Ben Dreued EMILIO CERROM AND ELSIE SOLLECITO i., nav' SITTING PRETTY Beft Looking C FORGE Frau som Ann EDNA XX H1Tr1Y ALL THE WORLD LOVES A CLOXVN Il Illzeft ROBFRT HICRFX AM: ANN! CARDARELLI HOLLYWOOD IS BECKONING CfIfAc'Iv.1Id Arne HL BER BLTTPRHELD up GLORIA. JANELLO UN DERCLASSM EN f" M xl -I 1 2. fl 47 7: YAQK Q G SEASONED LEADERS CLASS OF 1954 OFFICERS JAMES O'BRlEN, Presidentg 3rd year as agile leaderg high scorer on varsity basketball teamg courteous. DONALD BROWN, Vice Presidentg future yearbook executiveg outstanding geometry studentg conscientious. BRIDGET D'AGOSTINO, Secretaryg fashion wiseg lover of sportsg sincere and dependable individual. GERALD DONAHUE, Treasurerg whiz on basketball courtg found in most crowds supplying humorg obliging. MARIE CINAMI, Co-chairman Social Committeeg mem- ber of J A characterized by brown eyes and pleasant smile .IOSEPH DICHIARO Co chairman Social Committee sincere political campaigner plans to enter M I T THE BEST IS YET TO BE' Salted James OBrien Gerald Donahue joseph DICDIJIO and Marie Crnami Snmdlrlg Bridget DAg0st1no and Donald Brown PLOTTERS AND PLANNERS OF THE PROM Class social committces are composed of elected home room members and class officers ex ofhcro The gay S1 Illdllllg oseph D1Ch1aro Bridget DAgost1no Anne DIGIUIIO Marie Clnaml Dall Plante C2lf0l Russo Barbara Marvell Donald Santanlcllo Ohn Beretta Robert Gaudet 21111 Rau Dolores Prete Grian Art Meredrth Hall acqueline Pattison Edith Olivo Sad R014 Gerald Earnshaw Gerald Donahue ames O Brien Ernest Aubrn Donald Brown 44 motif of the junior Prom was planned by the following: A . I' J 1 . .7 Y y , , , . . . , . , ., . , y , ' , ' ' , , - ff OUR JUNIORS Ron' I: Matilda Angeloni, Eileen Carcieri, Anna Cantone, Anna Di Paola, Margaret Bourgeois, Grian Art, Barbara Brush, Susie Bozigian, Bridget D'Agostino, Anne DiGiulio. Rau' 2: Carolyn Dexter, Ann Bamber, Gloria Di Troia, Marie Cinami, Dolores Cazeault, Hope Daly, Louise Castello, Pauline Dodge, Eleanor Buckless, Elaine Almonte. Ron' 3: Carolyn Colantonio, Claire Capaldi, ,loan Des Roches, Gertrude Bembe, Lucille Actis, Catherine Bulpitt, Carolyn Capracotta, Gloria De Concilis, Christine Beanland, Elizabeth Christopher, Michael Bucci, joseph Di Chiaro. Ruiz' 4: Robert D'Alessio, Vincent Corsi, james Degnon, Williaiii Bowden, Williaiiu Bryden, John Beretta, john Baglini, john Devine, Donald Brown, john Carroll, Wilt-red Charette. Rau' 5: Richard Costa, Andrew Dolbashian, john Cabral, Larry Di Filippo, 'lack Bazzle. .as fv , we l if A 5 1 f -ag SNAPS AND SCRAPS 9 'i E . .Y-,, 'gt i Luisa Lamborghini, Nancy Tait all A reports . . , Merit List: , 20 members . . . Outstanding juniors on Hockey Team: Ernest g 'i .. Aubin, Lester Chapman . . . Unusual Hobbies: Albert Foster, raising rabbits, Helen Hart, Miniature Horse collection, Eleanor Buckless, Collects China Dolls . . . Hope Daly, Interior Deto- ratorj Gerald Donahue, Gym teacher: joe DiChiaro's future at M.I.T.g Carole Olivo, Salve Regina . . . Christine Beanland and Susie Bozigian, Wax'es . . . Ann Bamber and Cathy Bulpitt, Wafsg class pet peeve, Homework g junior Cheerleaders: Dolores Prete, Co-Captain . . . Rigbl: Michael Bucci, winner of 4-H prize, represented Rhode Island at National Convention in Chicago. HEAD, HEART, HAND, AND HEALTH +15 OUR JUNIORS CLASS OF 1954 Rau' I: Meredith Hall, Phyllis Northrop, Lorraine McNally, Helen Jolin, Nancy LaVoy, Patricia Goss, Elaine Murphy, jane Luca, Dorothy Norris, 'loan Lanni. Rout' 2: Janice Kelley, Dolores Mancini, Norma Giusti, joy Ellingwood, Marjorie jackson, Luisa Lamborghini, Lois Handle, Margaret Henry, Helen Hart, Claire Johnson. Rau' 3: Gerald Donahue, Harold Lawton, Patricia Graziano, Ardemis Kolligan, Barbara Marwell, Dolores Ferri, Janice Ledoux, Joseph Marciano, Ernest Grilli. Row 4: Raymond Guertin, joseph Milliken, Peter Leva, John Murphy, Jon Ferguson, Wilmer Livingston, Donald Harris, John Emin, Ernest Keene, Albert Foster, Edward Gareau. Rau' 5: William Garriepy, Daniel Giammarco, Larry Morrissey, David Kenyon, David Lawton, Gerald Earnshaw. SNAPS AND SCRAPS johnny Murphy's ambition, basketball coach . . . Harold Lawton, member of 4-H club . . . Motorcycling fan, Gloria DiTroia , , , Futures: John Serapiglia, State Police, Barbara Patnaude, potential lawyer, Dorothy Norris, airline hostess . . . Favorite team: New York Yankees . . . Dail Plante, Dramatics favorite, Bill Bryden and Mike Bucci chosen to y represent N.P.H. at Model Legislature . . . Dolores Ferri, a Civil Air Patrol Member, Virginia Tootell, president of Four Aces Fan Club: Arthur Vacca Member of Dick's'Drug Store cowboys. Left: jane Luca relaxes after a program of songs. She is a MUSIC, MAESTRO, PLEASE Stellaf Pfffofmff' 46 GUR JLINIORS CLASS OF 1954 Rau' I: Barbara Stone, Alice Stone, Dorothy Roy, Barbara Yorston, Virginia Tootell, Shirley Scarciglia Dail Plante, Elaine Salvatore, Beverly Parrott, Dorothy Silva. Row' 2: Helen Oliver, joan Roberts, Nancy Tait, Barbara Patnaude, Constance Thornton, Leslie Place Bernice,Willis, Barbara O'Sullivan, Nancy Rigby, Jacqueline Pattison Row 3: jean Senerchia, Joan Smith, Edith Olivo, Carol Olivo, Shirley Smith, Eleanor Siner, Shirley Tucker Cynthia Reynolds, Dolores Prete, Carol Russo, joan Thorpe. Rau' 4: Thomas Perrino, Peter Wilcox, Donald Smith, Robert Thomas, Warren Salisbury, james O'Brien Frank Reilly, Richard Wilder, David Sweet, john Serapiglia. Rau' 5: Paul Olivo, George Penta, Donald Santaniello, Thomas Tucciarone, Nicholas Stufano, Louis Whalen Douglas Scott, john Tuhey, Arthur Vacca, William Sacchetti. SNAPS AND SCRAPS Nancy Rigby, high scorer on bowling team . . . Penny Siner's ambition, Pro Swimmer . . . Bernice Willis better known as Bunny . . . Richard Wilder, a Yankee Fan . . . joan Thorpe, post card collector . . . Dave Sweet, football fan . . . Barbara Stone's pet peeve "brothers" . . . Doug Scott's aim, public accountant, Donald Santaniello, whiz on basketball court . . . Elaine Salvatore, record collector . . . Future U.R.I. students 8 in number . . . Class Hobbies - Dancing and Bowling . . . Popular nicknames: Robert Thomas, "Bird", Meredith Hall "Merrie", Ann DiGiulio "Andi", Robert Gaudet, "Curly", joe Marciano, "Rocky" . . . 158 members, largest junior Class in school's history. Right: Barbara Yorston and Virginia Tootell, future airline hostesses, plot an imaginary flight. INTO THE WILD BLUE YONDER 47 QUALIFIED LEADERS CLASS OF 1955 OFFICERS e f RICHARD MANOCCHIA Prcsrdcnt member of student tounul Krng ot Sophomore Hop rnterested rn arthrterture ALAN ATKINSON Vrce Presrdcnt member of yunror yarsrty basketball team student of sterlmg character Ambrtrous Ir-Us BRILQN Setretary artrstrtally rntlmed tharat tcrrzed by laughrng eyes and youal smrlc Capable ANN AINTONILLI Treasurer member of ueens tourt usually vuth Elarne Z Connorsseur ot fashrons Amrable PATRICIA SPFINCFR C0 tharrman Sotlal Commrttee mcrrt lrst for 2 quarters basketball star for St Lawrenees team THEY WORKED PRODIGIOUSLY JACK HURLLH Charrman Sot1alC0mm1ttee part trme HJR u R1tharlManotrh1.1 Prtrrtrwpencer Al.1nAtkrnson l3l0I1Cl6 half VCL DWARFS DISCOVERED SNOW WHITE Snow Whrte and her sex en dvyarts were cnthroned as royalty by the Sophomores at therr Hop The one only Dopey around was on the vnall The commrttce rntludes ark Hurley Barbara Crnamr ean Prntrntc Ann Antonellr ean Brrggs Eleanor Contr Glee Hrggrns Dorothy Sechro Richard Manotthra Alan Atlunson and Patrrtra Spenter 48 7 f . .' . ' Y A - ' - ' . ' , r ' r ' : - Q l In Roux' Ann Antonellhjatk Hurley. jean Briggs. Soda ifflf af Kanes Drug Store? identified by Sandy I 0 5"t ' 1 "af , ' " , .. V 1 E 7 f Q 5 if f F 1 3 K N 5 1 J' ' -4 'TJ' . 'I . x .I 'Y 'X fu 1 . Y 'U l , . .N A . 5- n as Y rr'-M . l I OUR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1955 Ron' l.' Bette Butera, Doris Belshaw, Ann Cambio, Eleanor Conti, Ann Antonelli, Margaret Cinimi, Antonia Bucci, Helen Dexter, Beverly Burns, Ann Bastianelli. Rau' 2: Margaret Costigan, Roberta Coletta, Anita Aloisio, Barbara Cinami, Ida Buys, Patricia Bond, Louise Bettencourt, jean Briggs, Carol Des Roches, Joyce Davis, -Barbara Birch. R010 3: Robert Brown, Anthony Arlia, Eugene Di Stefano, Adrien Angell, Rose Dolbashian, Lois De Stefano, Barbara Alarie, Marie Barbieri, Ernest Di Guilio, Kenneth Colburn, Robert Blackwood, john Berube. Ron' 4: Charles Boucher, Arthur Crossman, joseph Della Valle, Domenic Di Sandro, Matthew Cimini, Gusti Del Farno, Alan Atkinson, Carl Anderton, Vincent Alterio, Ernest Cabral, Armand Boudreau, George Brett. SNAPS AND SCRAPS Marie Potvin and Jean Pincince set the pace with all A's . . . Merit List: 16 Members . . . Barbara Alarie, part-time hair dresser, George Brett, works in News Depot . . . Looking ahead: Adrien Angell, pro wrestler, Marie Barbieri, surgeon, Lois DiStefano, concert pianist, Beverly Burns, court reporter, Barbara Cinami, airline hostess . . . Soph Hop - Elaine Zeppa and Richard Manocchia chosen Queen and King . . . Pet Peeves - sharpies' dress and conceited people . . . Ernest Cabral, florist, Vincent Alterio, lawyer, Marcia LaVoy, Church choir member, Joyce Davis's aim, public accountant, Thomas Eastham's unusual hobby, collecting bullet cases. Right: Eleanor Conti upholds Sophomore criticism of sharpie attire. The girls just don't like it. TO PEG OR NOT TO PEG 49 OUR SOPHOMORES CLASS OF 1955 Row 1.' Germaine jutras, Gilda Faella, Carol Dupont, Gail johnson, Patricia Myers, Shirley Eastham, Marcia LaVoy, Virginia Hansen, Rosemarie Imondi, Lucille Lacharite. Row 2: Edward Guertin, Alfred Carr, Diane Littleheld, june Naylor, Arlene Gorman, Constance Fair, jean jacques, Ann Glee Higgins, Rosemarie Esposito, Robert Garriepy, Ralph De Angelis. Row 3: joseph Notardonato, Peter Imondi, Dennis Fortin, john Green, Richard Homan, Ralph Manchester, Raymond Hartley, Thomas Eastham, Raymond Marwell, William Doyle, Robert Hawes, David Neff, Edward Maroney. Row 4: Kenneth Favreau, Alfred Gaudet, Notarantonio, john Elliot, Robert Mangan, Moore, George Keene. CLASS PACER IN A's Jack Hurley, Ronald Kershaw, Guenter Drodofsky, Pasquale Edward Mancini, Michael Donnelly, Archie Firby, Richard SN APS AND SCRAPS 147 members of the Sophomore class in September . , . Ambitions: Nancy Rey, engineer's assistant, Harold Vanner, jockey, Vilma Valente, interpretation, Judith Tudino, recep- tionist . . . Favorite Social Activities - bowling and church organizations . . . More Aims: Ann Bastanelli, office work, Nancy Swan, social worker, Bette Ann Vacca, medical secre- tary . . . Colleges: Foster Wiggins, Brown, Eleven planning to enter U. R. I. . . Potentialities: Mike Rocchio, football star, john Silva, hockey performer . . . Favorite foods: spaghetti and meatballs . . . Claire Quinn, junior Achievement member, Steve Sherman, 4-H member . . . Churchill House, a favorite spot. Left: For Sophomore scholastic ability, it's Marie Potvin. She holds the class record for A's. OUR SGPHOMORES CLASS OF 1955 Rou' I: Sonja Seager, Bette Ann Vacca, jean Roberts, Elaine Zeppa, Ann Sweet, Susan Wear, Vilma Valente, Elsie Raccio, Barbara Rico, Nancy Swan. Rou' 2: Patricia Spencer, Frances Savastano, Rosemary Wiley, Judith Tudino, Claire Quinn, 'lean Pincince, Marie Potvin, Nancy Rey, Irene Theroux, Gloria Stone, Barbara Paola. Rau' 3.21-larold Vanner, Edward O'Brien, Richard Perry, Jean Paolino, Evelyn Waddington, Eileen Salvadore Dorothy Sechio, Claire Thomson, janice Swenson, Natalie Vaughn, Michael Rocchio, Foster Wiggins john Rappa. x 1 Rau' -if William Squadrito, Alan Williams, Charles Salisbury, john Silva, Angelo Penta, Norman Shardlow james Wieselquist, Stephen Sherman, joseph Petroff, Edwin Shaw, Paul Piggott, Norman Picard, Charles Weston. SNAPS AND SCRAPS 1 Richard Homan, Merchant Marine Academy, Glee Higgins, ardent cheerleader, Raymond Marwell, cabinet maker, Carolyn DuPont, choreographer . . . Hobbies: Shirley Eastham, pho- tography, jackie Elliot, Model Planes, Jack Hurley, billiards, ' Robert Garriepy, raising calves, Class Hobbies: Roller Skating and dancing . . . Cheerleader Squad: three Sophs . . . Class Nicknames: Elaine Zeppa, Stretch . . . Ambitions: Diane Littlefield, Physical Ed. Teacher, George Keene, midget racer, Dennis Fortin, farmer, Rosemary lmondi, telephone operator, joe Petroffs delight, woodworking, Ray Hartley, yearbook staff artist . . . Rjgblx "May I have this dance," joe Milliken asks Bette Ann Vacca, A sophomore poll contends that manners make the man! MIND YOUR MANNERS 51 APPRENTICED LEADERS CLASS OF 1956 OFFICERS KENNETH COSTA Presrdent Red Sox rooter plans on degree at R I C E style conscrous KENNETH SARAZIN Vrce Presrdent outstandmb atcordronrst Cvwon awards Treasurer of 509 popu lar and tharmrng I.OUrsE VESSFLLA Treasurer new basketball fan plays prano for amusement pleaslng personalrty ANN FABRIZIO Setretary ardent football fan hopes to enter Bryant College cooperatlve and relrable GORDON SUTCLIFFT Charrman Socral Comrnrttee lnterested ln huntrnfp B S A member robust ONE DOWN THREE TO GO 51111111112 Kenneth Costl Loulse Vessellx lxenneth Suuen BARBARA I-ABL-AU Co Ch311'ITlilU S0081 COITIYDIUCC Gordon Sutnlrtfe Ann Fabrraro f Send Blrbm Lebem axorrte pastrme horseback rrdrng Plans to enter I U nursrn THEY TRIED TO TELL US WE WERE TOO YOUNG The frrst scnture of the Ircshman Cllss rn the soual Held thelr Sprrng Festnal was a decrded success The gym was a xcrltablc panorama of How ers and garcts under the dlrectlon ofthe soual Commlttee Fm! r fu Ann Iabrnzro Vcronuta Farr Semzzd mu Kenneth Costa Barbara Lebeau Sfmzdnzg amcs D1 fenzo ohn Luna Rrthard Plstatrhro Florre Sethro Kenneth Sarazen Dolores Hebert Myrna Penta Nantx Lluder Ann Dr Ntpoh Betty Bonsrgnore Gordon Sutthffe 52 I.tq,'f ' ' Y S 3 . . . ,, . : ' ' - ' 1 ' H 3 - ' ' , , . . - , , , - --1 , I S , . , , 1 N , . ' ' , . 1, S , . . V t , . . . , . 7 7 ' . -. I-1 -' . ', I : -' I . I ' r K. ' ,.. . .. -. at . . v 1 1 , T , , 1. . H 5. -9 , M l I , 1 , s,.,Y X -t fj 1. r , J x f I I- I ' 5 f O J - , A Lib a' , I A f KI vt . tr X K.. ,,, . ... . , , . r.' . Y . '. . ' ' -' ' - . I , I, . . . .. , , .JA -'.J O , , z v ,V F Av 2 v I ,V a ' CUR FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1956 Ron' I: Ruth Cawthron, Jennie Antonuccio, Nancy Bottomley, Delia Di Cola, Serena Calcagni, Ann Fabrizio, Phylis Costello, Joan Bamber, Joan Colavecchio. Row 2: Francesca Duart, Rita Ciaccia, Alice Boyle, June Bozigian, Lucy Bargamian, Dolores Carrulo, Rosemarie Colavecchio, Margaret Chabot, Enis Cambio. Rau' 3: Joseph Bradley, Peter Bucci, Elaine Bonsignore, Dolores Caranci, Joyce Bishop, Joyce Conte, Veronica Fair, Betty Bonsignore, Dolores Di Christafaro, Charles Boudreau, David Carroll, Robert Cranshaw. Row 4: Robert Camera, Allan Bessette, Peter Crossman, Anthony Barbieri, Frank Aloisio, Ronald Cardin, Nicholas Bungiero, James Di Cenzo, Raymond Dominici, Norman Barone, Anthony Di Stefanis, William Dodge. SN APS AND SCRAPS 15 Freshmen start year off right make Merit List . . . Flash - Joyce Bishop, reporter, Dolores Caranci, future Sinclair Lewis, Dolores DiChristofaro, nurse at Rhode Island Hospital, 2 sets of twins report first day, Television star, ambition of Nicholas Bungiero, Rosemarie Colavecchio, following family pattern, Navy . . . Unusual pastimes: Judy Bishop, keeps homing pigeons, Joan Colavecchio, horse-trainer, Joyce Thorton, In- terior Decorating . . . Favorite Foods: Hot Fudge sundaes with nuts, potato chips . . . Robert Cranshaw hopes to build "House of the Future", Peter Crossman wants to design motor of the "Dream" of '63 . . . Kenny Costa's pet peeve-ties, Most students under 5 feet 1 inch . . . Right: Freshmen twins, Elaine and Betty Bonsignore, make one look twice, because two really look like one. 53 3 17 DOUBLE TROUBLE iii' .L GUR FRESHMEN Row I: Barbara Blackburn, Judith LaVoy, Ruth Furtado, Nancy Lauder, Barbara Payette, Mary Notargiacomo, Marcy Mendes, Carolyn Illuzzi, Beatrice Leonetti, Adrian Corvese. Rau' 2: Nancy MacConnell, Elsie Losecher, Virginia Desautel, Joyce McLeon, Dolores Hebert, Patricia O'Neil, Anne Maceroni, Marlene Denessen, Barbara Ianozzi, Louis Derouin, janet Martinez, Marjorie Fenner. Row 3: john Harrison, William Firth, john Palumbo, Richard Laboissoniere, john Nastari, Richard Lambert, Mario Litterio, Robert Parrott, Arthur Paquette, Donald Graziano, Mario Minnella, Nino Leva. Row 4: Robert Mancini, Ronald La Plante, Anthony Laurenza, Henry Giammarco, Ross Manocchia, Alfred Gulliksen, Roger Morin, james Lavalley, Harold Lewis, Philip Millett, Robert O'Brien, john Luca. SNAPS AND SCRAPS Virginia Desautel, class equestrienneg john Palumbo's goal, R. I. C. P,g james Lavalley- to preach is his ambition, jenny Antonuccio, outstanding Freshman spellerg john Luca, Boston Conservatory of Musicg Gordon Sutcliffe wants to pilot jet planesg John Nastarie better known as "Nasty"g Karen Bowe will answer to "Beanie"g janet Martinez sews own clothesg Marlene Denessen training for Dean Academy, Phillip Millet will be Criminal Lawyer . . . 155 Freshmen enrolled on September 35 Serena Calcagni, collector of "pop" records, Henry Giammarco, member of jr. Holy Name Society, most of Freshmen boys shy, Favorite class pastime - dancing to jazz Records. Leffs john Harrison, diminutive freshman dramatic sensation, can really "bring down the house". A STAR IS BORN 54 OUR FRESHMEN CLASS OF 1956 Row 1: Marilyn Prete, Janice Fournier, Myrna Penta, Marion Papp, Patricia Peach, Barbara Silva, Sue Ann Pisani, Mary Hall, Arlene Stewart, Marguerite Salisbury, Patricia Hassett, Marie Palumbo. Row 2: Judith Bishop, Carolyn Morin, Elsie Ricci, Marie Perrino, Sandra Tufano, Karen Bowe, Anita Jaworski, Margaret Hassett, Ruth St. Germain, Barbara Lebeau, Patricia Labodie, Joan Kennedy. Row 3: Hope Cusson, Janet Wilder, Louise Vessella, Barbara Pignatelli, Cornelia Penta, Gertrude Smith, Irma Miller, Beverly Imondi, Harlean Prout, Joyce Thornton, Claudette Tondreau, Eleanor Story. Row 4: Joseph Pezzullo, Richard Seemueller, George Petrocelli, Frank Paola, Arthur Thibiodeau, Gordon Sutcliffe, Edmond Porrier, Alfred Ricci, David Ryone, John Tucciarone, Robert Rioles, Daniel Smith. Row 5: Kenneth Sarazen, Richard Pistacchio, Edward Silvia, Florie Sechio, Richard Tramonti, Arthur Spaulding, Robert Peluso, Frank Sgambato, Liberato Ricci, Ronald Stockwell, Russell Walker, Richard St. Germaine, Philip Zaccagnini. SN APS AND SCRAPS Elsie Ricci writes poems, Phillip Zaccagnini, efficient baker, Robert Peluso, future "grease monkey", David Ryone's Hobby, tropical fish, Barbara Silva's- roller skating, Eleanor Story, collects perfume bottles . . . Our Future Stars: Russell Walker - baseball, Veronica Fair - Television yodeler, Judith Bishop - Entertainer, Most of class interested in commercial futures, 18 planning on entering Bryant College in Fall of '56, Roberta Lavallee trains dogs for a hobby, Nancy Lauder's goal, U.R.I., Richard Pistacchio usually "Head Entertainer' '... Class as a whole most friendly and jovial . . . Tommy Masso's Orchestra plays at Spring Festival. Right: "Where's that elevator?" asks Freshman Joe Pezzullo of Senior Ben Dilorio, who just grins at him. THAT TRADITIONAL QUESTION 55 PERSONS OF PROMINENCE TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME Belfm Ben Crossman the backbone of the Cougar nrne starred agann this year He was named All State catcher third team durmg his Soph year FOR DEPENDABILITY Marilyn Fraser was awarded the FILIIL H111 Women s Club Scholarshlp on the basxs of dependabrllty leadershrp and academ1C achlex ement 56 OVER THE WAVES Belou Gunther Drodofsky a student from Germany Came to us thls year to learn about the Amerlcan way of lrfe Good luck and auf wledersehen' ALL EQUIPMENT IN' ackre Deune and Ernie Aubln popular umors drsplay ed thelr skrll on the 1ce They re champxonshrp maternal for next season ,. y r 4 . , , . y - - . - ' V, ' v l 1 D . ' ' ' , ' ' .wk-:Q A AP ,AM I My , T Q aovsm' 5 ' i , 5 1 S: QW . . L H I ., Qt all L' ' A 1' J . ' 9 3 V ' A PERSONS OF PROMINENCE FOR INTEGRITY OF CHARACTER GRIDIROIN GREAT Belou Robert Gremer for scholastlc abxllty character Belou oe Testa a top notch all round athlete was and the deslre for hrgher learning won the North hugh scorer on the NP elesen oe also won fame Prowdence Lnons Club Scholarshnp on the basketball court agarn thls year fpiv .Nfl 1' qv' me 4 SEE ME ON TELEVISION? FOR GOOD CITIZENSHIP Kenneth Sarazen, a peppy lmle Freshman, appeared Natalle D1 Ponte, one of three class nommees, re on televrsron mth hls accordron I-Irs talent also CCWCC1 the DAR Award for good C1UZCU5h1P, delighted us durmg assemblres character, and scholarshlp 57 ll ig!! Y V 1 I 51 c P' 'e-rt -'S--'f JQQJQQIB , K .. 6 - A I - ,xi ' FV! ' I ,I A Ldinnngf O' 'f .I . M N W' fail -' iv --we Q , ., Meg A L rf I VN X ,yj'g,UV'. , S A Vi f , ,S 45, I l I f x PERSONS OF PROMINENCE THE CHAIR RECOGNIZES SENATOR MICHAEL BUCCI MICHAEL BUCCI by a popular vote of the Problems of De mocracy classes was elected state senator to the Model Leglslature held at the Rhode Island capltol on March 28 1953 The SfUdCHfS conducted a full polItIcal campangn wIth oratory advernsxng and the fnendly approach prevallxng before the final ballotnng THE SCHOOL AND CLASS CHAMPIONS of the annual Spellmg Bee are MARIE VOTOLATO All School and Semor tItle holder BERNICE WILLIS Iumor LoIs DI STEFANO Sophomore and JENNIE ANTONUCCIO Freshman The prelImInarIes begm IH Enghsh classrooms so that each student has a chance to try for the coveted txtle WILLIAM BRYDEN a transfer from a New BrunswIck hIgh school campaxgned successfully to wIn the posItIon of state representatwe at the annual SCSSIOH of the Model Legnslature B111 also repre sented the school In the annual all state I Speak for Democracy contest sponsored by the Jumor Chamber of Commerce HOW'S YOUR SPELLING? Sefzfed MARIE VOTOLATO Slmzdnzg JENNIE ANTONUCCI, LOIS DI STEEANO, BERNICE WILLIS NOW HOUSE BILL H 579 REPRESENTATIVE W BRYDEN 58 , . , , I 9 1 5 , . Y I 7 y I I I - I s 7 . It n , . 't , . gg n s PERSONS OF PROMINENCE GEORGE FERGUSON who was selected by the Semor Class to recelve the Balfour Award for all round achnevement was pre sented wrth a medal and certxhcate deslgnatmg hxm as the fourth annual wmner Fergle also earned the txtle of top scorer ln Rhode Island ln basketball durlng the year and the mckname of Gor geous George JOHN NOTTE BARRY BEDRIGK ROSEMARY VACGA and DOROTHY DOUTHWAITE were chosen as Congressmen to repre sent our school ln the Model Congress held at Rhode Island Unnversnty on March 7 1953 john and Rosemary Introduced a bull m the Senate nn fawor of the St Lawrence Seaway and were successful rn havmg xt passed PATRICIA GOLDE and JOSEPH TESTA copped the coveted Babe Ruth Good Sportsmanshnp awards They were chosen by therr classmates for exemplrfylng good sportsmanshnp ln the school home and commumty Both are active nn the field of sports Jo Cheerleaders THE BABE RUTHS OF NPH PAT GOLDE AND JOE TESTA ..'-5 59 OF THEE WE SING GEORGE FERGUSON 1- fin THEY INTRODUCED A BILL Smndmg DOROTHY DOUTHWAITE AND BARRY BEDRIGK Seated ROSEMARY VAGGA AND JOHN NOTTE . U . . S C l participates in most of them, and Pat is the captain of the U H 4 . QI ae. l Y 5 ' I 6 , .x A Y... is - Nl s WS. A -I f ,lf X T K ' ta' N S 5-3. W ATHLETICS I .,,5li N X 1 1X Nlxxl fig Xfx Iflxlf XX'fX'1 ,X 1 Wi' X-fp 'vf Front Row, Left to Right: Manager Warren Salisbury, joseph Pistacchio, Donald Brown, John Murphy, Robert Grenier, joseph Milliken, Arthur Vacca, Nicholas Bungiero, john Serapiglia Co-captain Robert Salvatore. Rear Row, Left to Right: Coach Bernie Grossi, Co-captain joseph Testa, Russell Walker, john Notte, Michael Rocchio, David Sweet, Jon Ferguson, Benjamin Di Iorio, Peter Leva, Paul Piggott Ernest Aubin, Nick Stefano. COUGAR ELEVEN ff if f lf ff' Civfl Z! .Lf 3 big' Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE North Providence 7 R. I. Training T.D: Salvatoreg Point: Testa North Providence 0 Colt Memorial North Providence 0 Lockwood North Providence 0 Cranston B. North Providence 0 Mt. Pleasant North Providence 13 Barrington T.D: Salvatore, Stefanog Point: Notte North Providence 6 Pawtucket Voke T.D: Testa North Providence 6 Country Day T.D: Testa North Providence 6 Mt. Pleasant T.D: Brown FOOTBALL With Coach Grossi at the helm for his first year, the Cougars began their third year of independent football. In a pre-season scrimmage, the Cougars battled the La Salle varsity for 26 scoreless minutes, finally succumbing 12 to 0 for 50 minutes of play. In the season opener, N.P. squeezed by R.I. Training School, scoring its T.D. with only 7 seconds to go in the game. Bob Salvatore snared a pass from joe Testa and romped over for the score. Testa crashed through for the point. The Blue and Gold was held scoreless in the next 4 games, when Colt pushed over 41 points, Lock- wood 45, Cranston B. 12, and Mt. Pleasant B. 6. Then the Cougars came up with a hard earned tie with Barrington, 13 all. Two passes, one from Nick Stefano to Bob Salvatore, and the other from joe Testa to Stefano, clicked for 12 points. john Notte twisted over for the hrst point, but the rush for the second failed. N.P. came from behind to do all their scoring in the fourth quarter. joe Testa was the lone scorer for the Cougars in each of the two following contests while Pawtucket Voke scored 12 and Provi- dence Country Day tallied 20. The season ended with the Cougars edging Mt. Pleasant B, 6 to 0. A 22 yard pass play from john Notte to Don Brown was the only score. Co-Captains joe Testa and Bob Salvatore led the team in scoring. Seniors Joe Testa and Bob Grenier, having played 4 years, and john Notte, Bob Salvatore, joe Pistacchio and Ben Dilorio, all playing 3 years ended their high school football careers. Among underclassmen, john Serapiglia, Art Vacca, Mike Rocchio, Ernie Aubin and Pete Leva shone. The Cougars look forward to their entering into Class C football next fall. Good luck, Cougars! Buddy Testa drives through a tackle trap and carries the pigskin for yardage in the Pawt. Voke-Cougar encounter. The Cougars sharpen their claws during a scrimmage prior to the Barrington encounter. which ended in a 13-13 tie. The Cougars defending against aerial attack by Mt. Pleasant Qin white helmetsj. Kneeling Let lo Right NX rllram D1GlUl1tJ Alan XY rllxams Alan Atlcrnson Peter XY xlcox Smudmg Lefll Rfqbl Ernest Cabral Ernest Drbnulxo john Cxbrtl CROSSCOUNTRY COUGAR HARRIERS Wlth four Xeterans on the squad three of thcm underclassmen the Cougars vsere malnly Dulldlflg for the future At the R I Interscholastrc Cross Country Carnn al the Blue and Gold placed fifth rn the Burton Racc The first fixe men for N P were Erme Cabral C29 hlrlt Buclfcless 44D Ernne D1G1ul1o -L6j ohn Cabral Q49j and Alan Atlcmson QSZJ Malt Buclcless a four ycar man and a steady runner ended hrs hrgh school career ohnny and Ernre Cabral proxen runners arc expected to lead the harrlers thxs coming season DUAL MEETS OPP Westerly La Salle V Woonsocket R I School for Deaf St Raphael 4 'i If-F' use in john Cabral leads the pack to the tape rn School for Deaf dual meet ' , 1 fl 'K ,' ' , ' I. 1 4. . . l lt. Q A "ff . , 5 - ' , 5 K L, 1 A L51- , I . - ja ly f u 7 , N K, , ... C, J ' , 'I , Jifflw A J ' ' , 1 , 1 NP. . ' 32 25 J. . 57 21 " 45 17 - - 25 50 U V c 22 24 ' ' 64 f X rr 5 1 , cy of John Serapxglra warms up for the dual meet throwrng the shot put COLICAR TRACK MR ANTHONY ZAMBARANO Track Coach J ,, 1 . N I4 Alan Atkrnson displays hrs form rn the dnscus throw rn AND FIELD MEN OUTDOOR TRACK Wrth a good srzeci number of boys turnmg out Coach Anthony Zambarano began ln early Aprxl to bulld a wmnxng track team Many underclassmen especnally the yumors came out for the squad Having been dropped last year the return of thrs sport was enthuslastrcally welcomed by the Blue and Gold track men The plans thrs year called for dual meets wrth other hugh schools throughout the state The boys would compete rn such events as pole vaultmg dns cus throwrng javelm throwmg hurdlmg and sprmts ohn Seraprglna Davrd Sweet joseph Mnllxken Pete Leva and joe Testa were the outstandmg Cougar partrcrpants rn these meets Because of thus renewed mterest and the hugh calrbre of the artrcrpants thns program has been highly acclarme A x tx . 7 ' g. - 65 - R B Firif faux' Leff In Right: john Silva, james DiPina, Lester Chapman, Ernest Aubin, Arthur Vacca, Richard Homan, Bernard Delfusco, Arthur Crossman. Semna' mir: Lefl lo'RigbI: Alan Williams, Benjamin Crossman, Peter Wilcox, Joseph Milliken, Thomas Tattersal, john Serapiglia, Andrew Dolbashian, john Devine. COLIGAR SEXTET HOCKEY SCHEDULE Dec. 5 North Providence 1 La Salle Goal: Silva Dec. 6 North Providence O Burrillville Dec. 13 North Providence 4 Woonsocket Goals: DeFusco, Devine, A, Crossman Silva Dec. 19 North Providence 4 St. Raphael Goals: Dolbashian CZJ, B. Crossman, DiPina Dec. 26 North Providence 3 Mt. Pleasant Goals: Dolbashian, Vacca, Silva Dec. 27 North Providence 2 Cranston Goals: Dolbashian, B. Crossman Jan. 2 North Providence 4 Hope Goals: Dolbashian 121, A. Crossman, DeFusco jan. 9 North Providence 4 Mt. St. Charles Goals: Devine, DeFusco, Dolbashian jan. 10 North Providence 2 East Providence Goals: B. Crossman, Dolbashian Ernie Aubin setting himself for 1 of the 23 saves he made against Mt, St. Charles. W 'wb yn--s. ,W , - . f ,,,o'c , . V , 9Q 9, z QA , fu f f , -km 4 fy V 1 5 N 5? Q N if X rl L J Q! F '! ,. .,?' g ' fp V HOCKEY The Cougars missed a playoff position by two points as they amassed a total of four wins and five losses. The Blue and Gold made a determined but late bid against La Salle, losing 5 to 1. Jack Silva scored the lone goal. The next night N.P. was blanked 5 to 0 by Burrillville. Ben DeFusco started the Cougars on a scoring spree against Vfoonsocket that enabled N.P. to win 4 to 1. Within 51 seconds, DeFusco, Jack Devine, and Art Crossman had each scored. St. Raphael was checked 4 to 1. Jim DiPina's slap shot, Andy Dolbashian's two goals and Ben Crossman's 58-footer spelled victory. N.P. came from behind to beat Mt. Pleasant, 3 to 1. Silva, Dolbashian, and Art Vacca scored for the victors. After taking three straight, the Cougars were set back by Cranston, 5 to 2, and by Hope, 5 to 4. Winning 4 to 2, the Cougars surprised Mt. St. Charles. Ben DeFusco sharpened his Cougar claws, getting 2 goals and an assist. jack Devine and Andy Dolbashian also added goals, insuring victory. East Providence, the team N.P. had to beat to get into the playoffs, edged the Cougars, 3 to 2. Ben Crossman and Dolbashian notched the N.P. goals, Silva and DeFusco getting an assist on each. Dolbashian with 8 goals and 5 assists and Silva with 3 goals and 10 assists were the season's high scorers for N.P. Silva and Jack Devine were noted for their aggressive and selfless playing. Seniors Ben Crossman, Ben DeFusco, James DiPina and Tom Tattersal ended their high school hockey careers. 'vc . . KX, S' , 1' -A' x Q -ifflfra . X Art Crossman fRigl1tj and Ben Crossman QLeftj charge after puck deflected by Ernie Aubin QU. 'lx Coach Cliff Ingham talks to Andy Dolbashian while Silva, Homan, and Chapman fLeft to Righty, look on. .pat .tw , at Benny DeFusco fLeflj and Andy Dolbashian flligblj swoop down on the Mt. Pleasant goalie who has frozen the puck. Left to Right: Coach George Cesana, Gerald Donahue, Donald Santaniello, john Murphy, james O'Brien George Ferguson, Richard Monacchia, Robert Gaudet, joseph Testa, Placido DiFilippo and james Aiello Opponent Cumberland De La Salle St. Raphael Cumberland Alumni Lockwood Sacred Heart Central Falls Pawtucket East Aldrich West Warwick Classical Gorton COUGAR QUINTET High Scorer N.P. Opponent High Scorer G. Ferguson Pawt. Vocational Ferguson G. Ferguson Lockwood Ferguson G. Ferguson Sacred Heart Ferguson G. Ferguson Central Falls Ferguson G. Ferguson St. Raphael Ferguson G. Ferguson West Warwick Ferguson G. Ferguson Classical Ferguson G. Ferguson Gorton Ferguson G. Ferguson Pawt. Vocational Ferguson G. Ferguson Aldrich Ferguson J. O'Brien G. Ferguson G. Ferguson CLASS B AND STATE PLAYOFFS Pawt. Vocational 38 G. Ferguson De La Salle 58 G. Ferguson VARSITY BASKETBALL For the second consecutive year, the Cougars sparked by the brilliant performance of All-Stater George Ferguson, qualified for the State playoffs, this time, under Coach George Cesana. N.P. won the first two games of the season, top- ping Lockwood, 48-43, and Sacred Heart, 62-55. Ferguson netted 24 and 34 points, respectively. In the next two games, Central Falls and Aldrich treed the Cougars by scores of 56-50, and 54-52. Fergie hooped 20 and 22, respectively. West Warwick, Classical, Gorton, Pawt. Voke and Lockwood fell prey to the withering pace set by the Cougars. In these five games, the combined teamwork and hustle paid off in smashing victories. jim O'Brien, Buddy Testa, Bob Gaudet and Don Santaniello played excellent games, besides Fergie, who took the scoring honors in every game except the W. Warwick contest. jimmy O'Brien took over when West Warwick bottled up Fergie. The Cougar's playoff aspirations were dampened by a 64-70 set-back by Sacred Heart. Fergie's 24 points and jim O'Brien's steady all-around playing weren't enough for the N. P. quintet. Next came the contest with league-leading Central Falls. N.P. pulled ahead and led 10-3, and 22-16 at the end of the 1st and 2nd quarters. The Cougars dropped behind in the 3rd quarter, but Buddy Testa brought the Blue and Gold back into the lead with his set-shots. N.P. faltered in the 4th quarter, and were behind, 43-44, with 6 seconds left in the game. O'Brien grabbed a C.F. rebound and passed to Testa. Buddy took a long shot that whirled around the hoop and flew out. Fergie grabbed the,rebound and gingerly dropped it through the hoop for a 45-44 Cougar victory as the game-ending buzzer sounded. West Warwick and Classical were beaten again, this time, by scores of 64-55 and 60-50. With 2nd place within their grasp, N.P. was upset by Gorton, 51-56. The Cougars now had to win their final two games to tie Pawt. Voke. Pawt. Voke was edged 54-56, as Fergie again came through when N.P. needed points. Against Aldrich, the Cougars were never seriously threatened. Fergie and Buddy Testa set the pace to build up a good lead. This victory put N.P. in 2nd place, along with Pawt. Voke. The special playoff game with Voke was won by N.P., 38-44. The whole team, along with Fergie's sparkling performance, had a hand in this win. N.P. opposed Class A De La Salle in the quarter Hnals of the State Meet. After N.P. started off slowly, Fergie brought them up to within 1 point of De La Salle, as the half ended, 28-29. In the 2nd half, N.P. kept pace with the Class A champs, and with 2:30 left in the game, cut the lead to 53-57. But, time ran out on the gallant quintet and they went down to defeat, 55-58 in a shining performance, Fergie with 32 points and jim O'Brien with 16 were the high scorers. O'Brien, Gaudet and Santaniello were, by far, the outstanding underclassmen for the season. George Ferguson took top scoring honors in the state, with 407 points. This All-Stater will long be remembered for his great offensive threats and de- fensive abilities. So to a great sportsman and selfless player go the Cougar congratulations. The final buzzer at Marvel Gym ended the high school careers of jim Aiello, Plas DiFilippo, George Ferguson and Buddy Testa. JUNIOR VARSITY SQUAD mfzdizzg. Lefl I0 Rigbl: Roger Morin, Alan Atkinson, Richard Monacchia, john Elliott, Raymond uertin and Coach George Cesana., Kneeling, Lefl 10 Right: Ernest iGiulio, Gerald Donahue, Ray- ond Marwell, William Doyle and rnest Cabral. Y HQ. 9' -KX Q 'Q if I N n.. 57,1 Y HL 2' m 0 j 3g,,ssi'5' A W 17,5 .4 , My -.-...N ' 'Q 4 V 1 gdizei 55 gg X LA WWE 4' y. ., 4-,X Y A L a ,Q gf?-' 1 ""?:5-:ff .xfvi ' W 1 W Y - 1 -.1 u wa :fir QQ. KT10 2 Q Kirk THE WINNERS Le I to Rzgbl Wllllalll Chew Robert Salxatore Eugene Plstacchro Wnllram Howarth Robert Angell Thomas Tattcrsal Coath George Ferguson and Barry Bedrmclt INTRA MURAL CHAMPIONS arry Bednk takmg 1 jump shot as thru I s Drlnuln Chew and Dnyle left to rxght get set for the rebound HOMEROOM BASKETBALL For the thlrd tlme IH lts four year hnstory the class of 1953 won the homeroom basketball champnonshnp This year senlor homeroom 208 won oxer soph omore homeroom 301 by the score of 26 to 23 The sophomores pulled out rn front wlth a small lead at the begmnmg of the game but the experlenccd semors quickly closed the gap and steadlly mrreased thelr own lead Tensxon mounted as the game pro gressed Wlth a few mxnutes left In the game thc sophomores started to catch up It took some alert ball handllng on the part of Gene P1stacch1o and Bob Angell to prex ent a sophomore upset PlSt8LChl0 Brll Chew and Bob Angell tamed the txde for the SEUIOIS whrle Angelo Penta B111 Doyle and Adrlen Angell played a good defensne and of fensne game for the sophomores f ' . 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Y V l , , , . , ' , . 7 . .V - -Y 72 Eyes on the ball Leslre Place twrth prnny j facrng Manlyn Fraser shoots as Emrly Leva Carole Rogler and camera Barbara Yorston and Ann DrG1ul1o Bafbdfd G05 100k 00 GIRLS INTER CLASS BASKETBALL A new program was rnaugurated thus year for grrls basketball Each class was dmded mto two teams vshrch would play agamst each other The wrnner of thrs game represents that partlcular class ln future games among the freshman sophomore yumor and senror girls The two teams wmmng rn the elrm matron would play agaxnst each other to determme a champron The competrtron was keen and the interest taken rn these games by the student body was exceptlonally hugh Thus program was acclanmed a great success and probably wrll be carried on next year wrth renewed mterest Pat Quanstrom tvuth pmny J and Marrlyn Fraser yumpmg at the start of a game Barbara Schenck Emily Leva M155 Manchester fthe aduserj Beryl Chrrstransen INatalre D1Ponte and Therese Borsxert left to rrght axxzut the outcome 75 ,: , ,,, , t - ' , ' , , - -V ,v , k 1 ,'r. . 1 -Y I .4 , . , , f V X . Y . s , . s Coach Drck Flynn briefing potentral baseball candidates durmg the first days workout COUGAR NINE Benny Crossman squares away under the watchful eye of Coach Dnck Flynn 74 BASEBALL SCHEDULE April April May May May May Ma Ma Ma May May une une une at Cumberland Pawtucket Vocational at Central Falls Burrillville at Woonsocket Sacred Heart at Mt St Charles Cumberland at Pawtucket Vocatronal Central Falls at Burrlllvrlle Woonsocket at Sacred Heart Mt St Charles BASEBALL Wrth a small turnout for the base ball squad this year Coach Duck Flynn had to center has team around a few veterans Ben Crossman ohn Marsella Ben DeFusco and N :ck Stefano were held over from last year s squad Crossman handled the catchlng as he has done for the past two years Out on the mound were rm DxPma rm O Brnen Marsella and Stefano When the latter two werent prtch mg they took over the dutnes of cen ter field and shortstop respectively Around the mfield were Don Brown first johnny Notte second Art Crossman short Ben DeFusco thrrcl rm Arello and Brll Doyle provrded ample relief where needed around the mheld In the outfield were V1n DlFlllPPO joe Plstacchlo Fred Russo Art Vacca and Henry Lrppacher The outlook for thrs aggresslve team rs very brrght for a champnon ship m the near future 8 12 X y 15 . . 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A , ,HJ , Kneelmg Le I to Rzgbt Ann D1G1ul1o Ann Hrggms Grran Art Beth Chrrstopher Elarne Zeppa jean Brrggs Barbara Stone and Majorre jackson Stazzdmg Le t ro Rzght Lourse Gustafson Dolores Barone Captann Patrrcra Golde Asst Captaln Dolores Prete Elarne Crottr Bernrce Wrllrs and oan Smrth CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS At the begxnnnng of the school year the tryouts for ten cheerleading posrtlons were held Captam Patrncna Golde and CoCapta1n Dolores Prete along wlth three veteran cheerleaders worked dllrgently and patrently wnth the young aspnrants for the honored posrtrons From the many applrcants the faculty commnttee chose the followmg grrls Dolores Barone Lounse Gustafson Seniors Grran Art AnnD1G1ul1o Majorxe ackson oan Smlth Barbara Stone Bernlce Willis junrors and Ann Hnggms Ela1neZeppa Sophomores Whether 1n vxctory or defeat ram or shine the cheerleaders gave the boys of the football hockey basketball and baseball teams a boost rn morale They were the mcentrve to get the student body to support the teams In addrtxon to their cheermg duties the cheerleaders put on thenr annual dance thus year entntled the Harvest ump On Class Day Mrss Elrzabeth Manchester the advlser presented fifteen cheerleaders wrth therr emblems Dolores Barone Beth Chrrstopher and Elarne Crottr left to rzglal go through therr paces rn the N P H gym 1 f ' 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' 1 f ' 1 1 1 ' 1 ! 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' -... , Y A A 1 5,, fqfk- ..4..':.:.I"..' -.u 44,3 .I - --.D -I ' .- .f CE ,i?fgiE'?-AIg5:l :DLI -IL z 1. xg., h . .. ..-,.,,- - ...-. --.4 .-. . , . -, , . . .,.. ..,III " ' 'fm- xtfifi 5 .'1g:5f,a, ' I I '--.-I.- -I. I I 1. - 'r-9,- A,LI2?,:I1'::,:, ,4. . V ,L . 'xl' - " 1:,'?' 'f:-:'-fi'--9 K4 "'- -. . . r A 45' . A I:4 ..I.,I Le n.. , I .ml-I. ,fy . .. . - -- ,g,g :,-:I.I.I5,,'II,II, .Ii X. I V f J' up' 'H . J 4. F --..1 ' "MAY WE HELP YOU?" THE VOICE OF YOUNG AMERICA. Above-' Emily Lever and jean Harrington, like other students, find a wealth of guidance material here about careers and jobs for the after-graduation years. They straightened books and pamphlets for Miss Ward and are receiving thanks from her. Below: Richard Tramonti, in Freshman English, has erased the blackboard and is now putting his knowl- edge of subjects and verbs into written practice. Seated at her desk, Miss Capalbo is ready to correct or praise the result. " IS IS LEARNING BY DOING So, you've heard about North Providence High School, but you never really have had the opportunity to make a study of our school! Well, we'll gladly explain the courses offered here and tour some of the classrooms with you. The school has three basic curricula: College, Commercial, and General. Each is organized for a definite purpose and provides ample opportunity for every pupil to secure the type of education best suited to his special needs and capacities. Good students strive for membership in the R. I. Honor Society which requires a minimum average of 8522 for three years. We publish a quarterly Honor Roll of all "A" students, and a Merit List of those whose marks do not drop below B-. Above: These English students are making use of the recording machine, which is "guaranteed" to arouse class interest. The microphone is handled by john Tuhey, and the con- trols by Arthur Austin, as Janice Ledoux smiles her approval. B9f0w.' The moving-pie ture projector is a con- stant source of education, and an interesting one, too. Wlmen Alfred Gul- liksen, advised by Richard Lambert, adjusts the film, and john Nastari flicks off the light switch, the movie is on for an English class. SY!" THE FILM GOES IN HERE AND OUT THERE. TH WORLD NEWS BEFORE YOUR EYES. "DO YOU PUSH OR PULL THE LEVER?" Almre: After tacking magazine clippings on the Current Events bulletin board in Miss McKenna's classroom, George Ferry studies for a possible quiz while his co-worker, Merriam Naylor checks the results of their efforts. Below .' During the study of Greek culture in one of the Early European History classes, Ross Manocchia and Delia Di Cola leave their books and turn to the map for a discussion concerning the location of Greece. "SHOW ME WHER 51' l J E GREECE IS" LEARNING BY DCING A minimum of fifteen units is necessary for graduation. Each subject meeting four times a week and having home- work earns one unit, while those which require no prepara- tion receive V3 unit. No matter which course a student elects, he must pass certain subjects such as four years of English, and Biology, Problems of Democracy, American History, and Physical Education. Each course also has its basic requirements. Classes in Homemaking, Shop, and Art may be elected by all. Every year each student may take at least one elective, vocational or avocational. Now, let's take a peek into some classrooms! gmm-U. . Y '.:.,' l90000ol 100 S0 ' tai 3 aa' o .,, . EEMQI In 2 tattoos ooooov, .,,,., A DATE IN AMERICAN HISTORY flb0l'6-' "Well, now," queries Lester Chapman, "how does this election machine work?" Claire Capaldi, his classmate in Problems of Democracy, demonstrates by pulling the lever of the device which teaches pupils cor- rect voting methods. Belouz' "What happened here in 18l9?" asks Miss Gooding, as she points to Florida. John Marsella, an American History student, replies that' Spain aban- doned Florida to the United States at that time. Dates and states, wars and laws are a part of this class study. "READIN' AND WRITIN' " NUMBER, PLEASE- Aborex Busy with his pencil is William Sac- chetti, doing a special as- signment, while across from him works Beverly Burns, who is making the most of a study period, A wide selection of refer- ence material is available to all students in the library. Below: Speaking Italian, David Carroll explains each of the postcards to the class, while Myrna Penta translates his words into English. Foreign languages are popular subjects among the students. Above: In the Mathemat- ics Review class, Anthony Notarantonio makes sure he is following the cor- rect method for solving an algebra problem. Be- fore nodding his approval, instructor Mr. McMahon makes a quick check to de- termine the value of Y. Befnuz' Natalie, Vaughn and Shirley Smith prepare to remove the cake from the oven, while jean Thornton watches. Rose- mary Wiley and Joan Smith prepare a frosting at the table. WE'RE OFF TO SEE THE WORLD! YUM-YUMMMM, CAKE! -w .4. .M -, Lu' 'Q It l PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT. Above: Irene Theroux is really busy! Using both the dictaphone and the typewriter, Irene, L1 steno- graphic student, types the sentences as they are re- ceived through the ear- phones. Ohice machines such as these provide practical training for pupils. Befmu Whatever the page is that's being duplicated, it's worth the time of these two commercial students, judith Tudino operates the mimeograph machine while opposite her Betty Butera counts the finished material. a . " 5 , ff . L, ., ,Aa viz' new 1. .- ,vw vi fi. , nm . rgpsyuef LEARNING BY DOING I DOES IT ALL ADD UP? Abme: Evelyn Enos is at the adding machine while jean Paolina and Barbara Alarie are interested spectators in this machine-operating class, In this instance handwotk saves headwork. Abozfe: Natalie Vaughn, an Ottice Practice student, searches the hles for the card of an N.P.l-I. under- graduate. A knowledge of ofhce procedure is given to Commercial students by allowing them to assist in the general office. Belouz' "Shorthand stu- dents please translate!" Miss Forsell, holding the textbook, reads the sen- tences to joan DesRoches, who chalks the words in shorthand. Through both homework and blackboard practice, students, like Joan, increase their writing speed. DITTOI LOOKS LIKE MODERN ART! '3 Fw- x F' , Z? lv 5 , .4 R : I iwglf? '. 1 3 "Tk f4-mio f -eg -mf f ' Q 5 my .i, 032 Q A ,L 3 6 X. -US , hu. M797 esfsafveesf 5 'S ' ' , ,IFA-L ,!3.i we '-121 f 4. " Wm if - vw fu- -'f 6- :am N '- A ., ,tgp mg 9 ' 'sxfgf mf' . 5-ff,-ff' ' , - , ,. x, A ,ha H" ' We ggi - -an as 'iii ev Q.. 1111 -fufw 1. 7 o it ,YQ 451 r' f K .f-ZW FROM EMPTY PAGES A COMPLETED BOOK Rau' 1: Leff Io Rigbr - Willard Spence, Barry Bedrick, Joyce Motte, Marilyn Matrumalo, Natalie D1P0nte Rosemary Vacca, Louise Willard, John Notte, Anthony Notorantonio. Rau' 2: Left to Right - Dolores Barone, Patricia Quanstrom, Ada Sgambato, Marie Cinamr Paula Burhoe Therese Boisvcrt, Priscilla Schardlow, Yvonne Onsley, Carol Rogler, Jeanne Briggs, Gram Art Dorothy Douthwaite, Barbara Plante, Marie Votolato. Rau' 3: Left to Rigb! - Raymond Hartley, Arnold Sarazen, Donald Brown, Joseph Milleken, im D1P1na YEARBOOK PRODUCTION STAFF S Through the persistence, patience, and hard work of these students in their chosen areas, the clean dummy pages of this book became figurative canvasses, each of which tells its own small story. Edifor-in-Claiefs Natalie DiPonte Arfiriarzl Editor: Willard Spence General slag Clerical Siaff Business Manager .,,...,...,..........,., ROBERT GRENIER Advertising Manager ..,......,.... KENNETH IWTACNEIL Secretary ......................... ...,..... D oLoREs BARONE Circulation Manager ....,.. ........ J OSEPH PISTACCHIO Student Photographer ...........,.... ROBERT MANGAN Editorial Stag ROSEMARY VACCA JOHN NOTTE BARRY BEDRICK LOUISE WILLARD MARILYN MATRUMALO JOYCE MO'I'rE ANTHONY NOTORANTONIO PATRICIA QUANSTROM GRIAN ART PAULA BURHOE PRISCILLA SHARDLOW 84 YVONNE ONSLEY MARIE VOTOLOTO THERESE BOISVERT DOROTHY DOUTHWAITE CAROLE ROGLER ADA SGAMBATO NANCY An Slay? JAMES DIPINA-Chairman BARBARA PLANTE JEAN BRIGGS JUNE HARRIS Technical Aflinr BEN DIIORIO DONALD BROWN JOSEPH MILLIKEN RAYMOND HARTLEY RIGEY THEY KEPT US OUT OF THE RED First row: Left to Right: Margaret Townsent, Dorothy Secchio, Martha Cambio, Ann Cantone, Eleanor Buckless, Lucille Lacharite, Elaine Zeppa. Serorzd row: Left to Right: Brenda Corrente, Constance Andreozzi, Elaine Dodge, Louise Gustafson, Genevieve Ward, Robert Salvatore, joseph Pistacchio, Kenneth MacNeil, Pat Spencer, Ann Cardarelli, Barbara Schenck, Joan Thorpe. Third row: Left to Right: Patricia Yorston, Nancy Rigby, Gloria Stone, Barbara Brush, Luisa Lamborghini, Anita Casali, Leslie Place, Marjorie jackson, Rosemarie Zamborano, Gloria DiTroia, Donna Mendes, Madeline Colando, Eileen Salvadore, Pat Golde, Carol LaCroix, Beryl Christensen, Maria Scungio. Fourzh row: Left I0 Right: Robert Gamble, john Beretta, George Ferguson, Ben DiOrio, john Marsella. ADVERTISING-CIRCULATION STAFFS The advertising campaign, organized by districts, is held during October and November, while the patrons drive occurs during December. The budget system is used in soliciting subscriptions. Beginning in january, each homeroom is visited twice a month for deposits, and all yearbooks must be paid for by june 1. DISTRICT CAPTAINS Paula Burhoe Beryl Christiansen George Ferguson Connie Andreozzi john Berretta Barbara Brush Eleanor Buckless Martha Cambio Anna Cantone Ann Cardarelli Anita Casali Madeline Colando Brenda Corrente Joyce Davis Gloria DiTroia Elaine Dodge Shirley Favreau Louise Gustafson Gilbert Keighley Marilyn Matrumalo STAFF Patricia Golde Margie jackson Lucille Lacharite Luisa Lamborghini Donna Mendes Joyce Motte Arthur Pickering Leslie Place Patricia Quanstrom Nancy Rigby Dorothy Roy Carol Russo Elaine Salvatore Arnold Sarazen 85 john Marsella Robert Salvatore Priscilla Sharcllow lklarie Scungio Dorothy Sechio Ada Sgambato Barbara Sthentk Patricia Spencer Gloria Stone joan Thorpe Margaret Townsend Marie Votoliito Gene-vive Ward Patricia Yorston Rosemarie Zambarano Elaine Zeppa OUR STUDENT COUNCIL BY THE STUDENTS FOR THE STUDENTS OF THE STUDENTS Sealed Let lo Rzgbt Ift :ow john Serapxglra Roland LaPlante Kenneth Sarazen can Brrggs can Pmcence Barbara Cmaml Rlchard Tramontl Kenneth Costa Rlchard Plstacchro Second rou Robert Salvatore Donald Brown Nxcholas Stufano Mrchael Rocchro james OBr1en George Ferguson Rnchard Manocchxa Alan Atkmson John Parker jack Devrne Edmond Pomer Roger Moran A brent Presrdent Robert Grenrer Treayurer Joseph Pxstacchlo The Student Councrl a truly representatrve body serves to reflect our opmrons and to work for the general welfare of the school Its membership Includes a representatrve from each homeroom plus class presrdents and vice presrdents all of whom are nommated and elected by the students Below Don Brown and Ken Costa clean out the box for the Council s weekly drscussron pernod O 4 E tY"ZS?3?5QYx0oL Lise ihe suoofsworv BOX WE LL TACKLE THESE TODAY Below Bob Gremer Student Councll Presrdent thanks Anthony Rocchno for the basketball trophy presented to the school by Pawtucket Basketball League ON BEHALF OF THE SCHOOL I ACCEPT I 3 ' . ff Q f. '-' . . .y . ,J U1 " . 7 . 7 I ' I.. 3 ' I 3 3 7 7 7 ' 3 7 . D , l ' . 'Ir f 1 x , 51' y H , ll S ' 99 . A I N . I , . 7 86 OUR CIVILIAN DEFENSE PROGRAM WHERE S OUR SHELTER? Bob D Alesslo and Lester Chapman study the posted lrsts for rnformatnon concernrng arr rard evacuatrons from classrooms audxtorlum and cafeterna Below Frank Rellly and erry Earnshaw pause to look at a poster which remlnds them that the only safe person today IS a prepared one C1v1l1ans can be bombed IT CAN HAPPEN HERE' LS ii NIIHID PREPARING FOR CASUALTIES Mr Flynn First And Drrector rnstructs Bob Brown on what to do 1n case of nnjurres durmg an actual axr rard Our program rs an eHic1ent serrous one Below Mr McMahon Arr Rard Drrector mstructs Ben Crossman and Dorothy Douthwarte on the proper procedure to follow rf the rard rs a sudden one THE RIGHT WAY IS THE ONLY WAY R G , . . y . n . . U . . , . . ? If D gp , X f aj G . ' h G. B .ff,gg'1,:f A I E' is W X ff , A 1 87 DEMOCRACY AT WORK THE FORUMS NOVEMBERS BIG QUESTION GEORGE FERGUSON RO'3EPi CRENIER LOUISE WILLARDAA BUUERHE'-D MARGARET TOLJNSEND PAULA BURHOE The hrst Englush forum of the year drrected by Mr Hopkms was held on October 29 The subject dxscussed was Eisenhower or Stex enson9 A credxtable performance was given with much fiery dxscusslon between the audnence and the partrclpants during the questlon perlod Slafzdzng Arnold Sarazen and Mr Hopkms Sealed Huber Butterfield George Ferguson Margaret Townsend Robert Gremer fmoderatorj Paula Burhoe Louise Wxllard and Wxllard Spence WHATS YOUR PROBLEM? Below ames Rossn and Barbara Blackburn pose to show us the proper tech mque m askmg for a date IS IT A DATE? Above A panel composed of Pat Golde Mr Hopkins Emlly Lever john Notte and Mlss McKenna dlscuss problems of the teen agers durmg the Homemakmg assembly program Prevnous to the assembly, wrltten questnons were submxtted to the commxttee, and served as a basns for the panel drscussxon 88 - . , s , Alix NM A . ' M172 ' N ' E vu I ' ' A f ,FEA . Q ,Z ,1 ,-ggi , ., A A ' 5, 'rfff5'iZr" L , q , ,, . , . , . .. - ,, . - . - - f ' 7 Y Y 1 Y , l , . l - I , k A I . 79' 4 fl ' fl ' e A I . , i ve . I ' I 7 , - DEMOCRACY AT WORK - THE FORUMS THE WORLD S BIG QUESTION ' Will M 0,1 U00 'ju X 0 The Socral Studnes forum drrected by Mr Frnegan was held on january 21 The very rmportant questron Can Amerlca and Russra lrve ln Peace? was discussed thoroughly and mtelllgently by a competent group The support from the audrence during the questron penod surprrsmgly seemed to be about equal Stmzdnzg Beryl Chnstransen and joseph Prstacchro Senfed john Marsella Ada Sgambato Vrola Cooke moderator Robert Salvatore and Rosemary Vacca Below Barbara Golf and Anna Cantone model clothes that are rn good taste for day wear They need not be expensne but should not offend NJHAT IS GOOD TASTE? COVER GIRLS 89 Above A panel consrstmg of Student Councrl members leads a drscussron about our clothes and conduct at socral functrons Parlzrzpalnzg Rrchard Mannocchra Mrchael Rocchro George Ferguson joseph P1stacch1o Robert Grenrer Robert Salvatore ames O Bnen john Devme john Seraprglra COLLECE CONFERENCE NIGHT College Conference Nrght was held November 17 1957 at North Provrdence Hxgh School The purpose of thrs was to allow parents and students to Irsten and drscuss requrrements and expenses wrth representatrves of varrous colleges After the speakers of the evemng were Introduced they were assngned to separate rooms where pnvate dxscussrons were held wrth those mterested rn the colleges represented A COLLEGE EDUCATION IS AN ASSET Above Parents and students lrsten as Rev Edward B Halton repre sentmg Provxdence College speaks of the value of a college educatxon NOW AT PEMBROKE Above Mrss Eva A Mooar Dean of Admxssxons at Pembroke College talks wrth mothers and daughters about the wonderful opportunmes that exlst for students attendmg Pembroke Dean Mooar also dns coursed on entrance requirements tu1t10n and scholarshrps THE DEAN CHATS INFORMALLY Above Emery R Walker r Dean of Admnsslons at Brown Umversrty dlscusses with students and parents the requrrements for a col lege career Durmg thls the many scholarshrps avanlable to students FATHER HALTON S THEME P C Above As the representatrve from Provrdence Col lege the Rev Edward B Halton Dean of Freshmen tells of the many excellent courses offered there and stresses the rrnportance of a college educatlon modern socxety An mformal questlon perrod fol Iowed hrs talk 4 ' ' EE 4 meeting, he also discussed . 1 . . - ' , in 90 AMBASSADORS OF GOOD WILL Skrts and sketches are therr meat' Be rt Chrrstmas Thanksgrvrng or any date thrs group always provndes a dramatic treat The followmg are members of the Dramatrc Club Fnrf mw Lors Handle oan Lannr Barbara Schenck jamce Ledoux Dorothy Douthwa1te Patrrcra Goss Barbara Brush Dall Plante Glorra janello Serozzd ron ean Harrrngton Phyllis Northrop Margaret Henry oseph Mrllrken Emrlro Cerronn Mr Lrebherr drrector Peter Leva V1ncentCors1 Luc1lleAct1s Ann Bamber BROTHERHOOD IS THEIR THEME 4--QL The purpose of this One World Group 15 to emphasrze brotherhood among teenagers by performmg for varlous high schools and clubs throughout the state Fzrrl :ow Ida Buys Germame utras Ann Bamber jean Harrmgton Shrrley Scarc1gl1a Mane Potvrn Second row jane Luca Margaret Henry Roberta LaValle ean acques Amta Aloxsro jean Brrggs Delores Cazeoult Irma Mrller Marcra LaVoy 'Ibnd R011 une Bozlgran oan Lannr Rosemarxe Esposrto Harold Lawton Huber Butterfield Gunther Drodofsky Wrllram Bryden Robert Gamble Constance Farr Dorothy Sechxo Dall Plante 91 .A ' " I I s J . -7 7 I 1 I r I . 9 7 Y ' 7 I 5 Y ! 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A 1 V is x 7 7 7 E 3 3 ' HANDY WITH THE HICH NOTES PHILHARMONIC CANDIDATES The orchestra under Mnss Ward s dlrectlon meets twrce each week for practrce They apply therr sklll playing at muslcales assemblxes plays and graduatlon D1 zgomzl Row I Arnold Sarazen Rau 2 Bexerly Parrot Bex erly Burns Eugene D1Stefano Row 3 Ernest Cooper Dolores Ferrr Carol Colantonno Ron 4 George Ferry Rrchard Prstacchxo Raw 5 Lours Whalen ohn Cabral Harold Lawton Ron 6 Edward Larkosh joseph Pezzulo 5 AND THE BAND PLAYED ON Mr Clarlo puts thrs group of musrcrans through thexr paces twrce a week Besrdes playlng at assemblies and football games they march ln hollday parades each year Fmlmu Dan1elSm1th ohn Harrrson EdvxardGuert1n James D1Cenzo Serozzd raw George Petrocelll Anthony D1Stet'an1s Peter Imondl Ernest Cabral Rrchard Seemueller Nlck Bungrro Rrchard Prstacchro Davrd Stabrle ames Rossr George Brown Ernest Cooper john Nastarr ohn Tucclarone Tbzrd ran Harold Lawton Mxchael Buccr Edward Srlua john Cabral V1HCCHfAlfCf10 Louls Whalen ames Hasford james Laxalley Robert OBrxen Rrchard Lambert ohn Bembe Ph1Il1pZaccagn1n1 Rlchard Tramontr 92 y , - 1 ' J ' f - 4 1 ' , ' , 5 - . ' ' . , ,f . ' ' ' . . ' , 7 Q ' Y 7 ' , J , 1 T 1 , - ' ' 5 Y. "'- tt ' A I, r . I I A s ' ' ' r 7 , N. ff ' ! v Ax W f . 1 ' Y , l - fl Y, . . . . , I Y. , . . . , . 'I y , a 1 1 , , , I , , , , . I . Y . I . V . . , . . ' , , ' , , , , I Y Y , , , -I . . . . . 1 a y 1 n w - "SING, SING, LIFE IS GAY!" I HEAR PLEASANT VOICES The Antiphonal Choir an extra-curricular activity proxieles North Proxiclence girls with practical xocal experience Cbozr Marie Potsin Margaret Henry Irma Miller ean Briggs Dolores Gazeault Gloria anello ean acques Ida Buys Roberta Laxalle ane Luca Lucy Bargamian Anita Aloisio Sandra Tufano Dorothy Silwa Barbara Silya une Bozigian SING GIRLS ALL TOGETHER' On llage oan Lanni Dail Plante Marcia Lax oy Lucille Lacharite Dorothy Roy ean Harrington Around Pzfzno Miss Ward Rosemarie Esposito Constance lair Shirley Scarciglia Ann Bamber Dorothy Sechio Shirley Tucker Em1lyLexer Germaine utras Sonia Seager 93 y , V , , i -' i " 7 ' I ' ll ' I I ' I ,I I , V y , 1 J 7 , , , ' y ' ' ' , Y Y ' , , I I , , . The Vocal Ensemble, supervised by Miss Ward, meets four times a week and is considered a curricular subject. WE GIVE THEE THANKS GEE THAT S A NICE LOOKING BIRD The Thanksgiving Assembly held annually is always featured by a play Here left to rlght john Harrison THEY CAME THEY SAW At The Thanksgiving Assembly North Providence Highs six hundred students watch with delight the panorama on the stage 94 Sonja Seager, joan Lanni, Dail Plante, Vincent O'Brien, and Emily Lever seem happy with their turkey. L s I , ' 5 5 y - I X J THIS IS YLILETIDE SEASON NOW YOU SEE HERE O' COME ALL YE FAITHFUL Barbara Schenck and jean Harrmgton seem Members of the Antrphonal Chorr carrymg candles and to be havmg a lnttle disagreement rn the srngmg carols start off the Chrlstmas Assembly Chrrstmas Assembly play COME LET US ADORE HIM The Vocal Ensemble gathered about the cradle deprct grrls from every country commg to see the new born Kmg 95 r u n cm H , . 7 u n 9 Y . ORGANIZERS OF SENIOR ACTIVITIES THEY PLANNED THE DRUMSTICK SWING The nerxe center of each class IS its soclal commnttee These senlors fulfilled the1r task superbly Sealed Barbara Plante Marllyn Matrumalo Patrrcla Golde Carol Rogler Edna Wh1tely Natalle D1Ponte Rear Robert Salvatore Placre D1F1ll1po Mlm Cerron1 Bob Grenxer Arnold Sarazen SENIOR CALENDAR Sept 3 111 enrolled rn Senror class Sept 22 Olhcers remaln the same Bob Grenxer Pres Bob Salxatore Vlce Pres Marrlyn lNIatrumalo Secretary Nat D1Ponte Treasurer Nos 3 Ouch' Bang' First Roller Skating Party Nov 26 Senlor dance held Feb 4 Mane Votalato Senxor champ and school champ rn SPLIIIHE Bee Feb 27 Good Melmcans luke Aunt T1ll1e Goes to Town M r 3 ohn Notte Ro Vacca Barry Bedrlck Dot Douth vnautc chosen for Model Congress May 22 Wannamoxsett Country Club and Ed Drew chosen by us for Senror Prom une 1 Class Trnp Ted Hilton s prowded the actlvrtnes une 4 Class Banquet Chlcken mam dclxcacy at Ambassador A PERFECT FIT nn C319 and Gown Commlffee members at une 8 Class Day Assembly sponsored by the Sennor Class work Ruth ackson trles one on for Bob Grenler and Nat DIPOHYC une 10 At last our goal has been reached Graduat1on 96 I jan. 19: Our 2nd Roller Skating Party, a grand success. a . : I , , ' ' , - J 1 . , . , Y. . .. I J 1 , 'A , A I ' A I . 1 I . . . J 1 - . JUNIOR JOTTINGS A RING AROUND MY FINGER Snapped lool-.mg at jewelers sl-tetches the unlor Rmg Commlttee ponders the problem of choosrng one for the class Szftmg Le I I0 Rzgbt Brrdget D Agostmo Grlan Art Dorothy Norris Clalre Capaldr Carol Ollvo Smndnzg Let fo Rzgbl Carol A Russo Nlck Stufano john Bagllnl james OBr1en jonathan Ferguson Donald Brovxn ohn Murphy ohn Beretta erry Donahue JUNIOR CALENDAR Sept 5 155 students return as unrors Sept 22 Democracy m actlon ames OBr1en Presxdent Donald Brown Vlce Presxdent erry Donahue Treasurer Budget D Agostmo Secretary Sept 24 Rmg and Socral Commrttees chosen Oct 17 Class rmg chosen jan 28 B111 Bryden and Mrke Buccn Elected to Model Legrslature convening on March 28 Feb 4 Spellmg Bee Bermce Wnllrs Champron March 4 Prom theme chosen Gym to be decorat ed as a ballroom May 8 jumor Prom Musrc by Ed Drew jumor Vm Corsr head stage drrector adjusts the school spotlrght fgrft of the Class of 52j 97 .. I' f . 'I . , . , . , ., . ., . 1 A ,I f . .1 I , . 7 .., , . , , 'll ,I ,I - - . z ' I ' 1 I I I 1 . I . l ' . KX i D Q x . . , l IN THE SOPHOMORE SPOTLIGHT iv HI HO HI HO TO THE SNOW WHITE BALL WE GO The annual Sophomore Hop was presided over this year by two queens one who gave her name to the affair and another who was chosen by the group to reign for the night Needless to say Dopey had no counterpart ' 1 'U A ' 4 ,r , La ig, ' S -r 3 . LW fri' V nl A I 3 . . . , at the function. Above: Snow White looks over the dancers with interest. , I ' - s L i I Q ' IF I WERE KING AND YOU WERE QUEEN Our reigning couple Elaine Zeppa and Dick Manoc chia smile at the camera 98 FROSH SOPH CALENDAR Sept 3 For the fourteenth time through the portals of N P H comes a group of explorers Sept 22 Returns in Ken Costa President Ken Sarazen Vice President Ann Fabrizio Secretary Louise Vessella Treasurer Oct 8 Musical Debut Ken Sarazen Ken Costa Feb 4 Spelling Bee Ann Antonucci proved to be the champion of Freshman Class Apr 17 Spring Festival our first dance Sept 3 147 Sophomores reported to traditional spot gymnasium for assignment Sept 22 Class chooses Richard Monacchio Pres Alan Atkinson Vice President Ann Antonelli Treasurer ean Briggs Secretary Dec 12 Soph Hop held Dick Monacchio and Elaine Zeppa were chosen King and ueen Feb 4 Lois DiStefano is champion of Soph omores in class run off NEWCOMERS IN THE NEWS A '-'YM N. Wyvf YOUNG HANDS YOUNG HEARTS YOUNG DREAMS The Freshman Poster Commrttee lnen up therr work wrth flowers to advertrse therr first dance The Sprmg Festrval They drd a good job too' Sealed Frank Paolo and Beatrrce Leonettr Sffzzzdnzg oseph Bradley Barbara Lebeau and Phrl Zaccagnrnr Oc c Oc c Oc GENERAL CALENDAR 1 Mr Walker unnor Achnexement speaker 3 Student Council Dance held 8 Surprrse Symphony Mr Crarlo Drrector 15 Dr Lewis NROTC representatne 24 Dance sponsored by Cheerleaders 29 Mar 18 Engllsh Forums held Nov 5 Educatronal film Tale of Two Crtres Nov 14 Band Dance held rn gymnasrum Nos 75 Thanksgmng Assembly IWIUSIL and Drama Dec 17 Christmas Assembly Christmas pageant e Mar Mar Ma Ma une 7 Homemakmg panel Faculty and Student 7 Donkey Basketball game enloyed by all 21 Aprll 15 Soclal Studres Forums held 25 Commercral Department has assembly 4 R I Phllharmonrc Orchestra Dr Lewrs and Mr Ryan Red Cross Scrence Department entertams Memorral Day observed rn assembly No more tear hers No more books TX. MARY MARY QUITE CONTRARY Not the gurl rn the nursery rhyme but Freshman Harlean Prout tends to the plants rn the Art Room nd looks mlghty pretty dorng rt' 99 ,gt X U. ,I ,X ,T ' W 1 V x I 'fx .R I I V, rin can . 5 f ik i c : Q f I A' X N 1 xx! I 7 , .IN 1 t. 1 . ,J ' ' ' , . O t. : ' . Oct. : ' , . ' ' . V t. : . ' 1 ..... 'f , ' 3 -.. O t. 1 , - Q' 1 ' 4 r -'l V. - jr r . Y. 7' I , jan. : ' , . jan. : ' . jan. 1 ' 2 ' ' . F b. : ' . ' . 30: . ' . , . " , , -" y 13: ' ' . - - y 27: ' ' ' . ' , y ,l 19: ' g . a ' ' ' . SPEAKING OF CLOTHES Below Maureen Leyden complrments Pat uanstrom who proudly dlsplays her Prom gown THAT S LUSH IT S DROOLY' UNIFORM SHEDDERS ENJOY TV Home Is the Saxlor and Soldxer too George Chrlstlansen and Ralph Corbesero return to thelr books after a stretch m the Naxy and Army re spectlvely 100 ANOTHER COAT FOR RUDY' W 2'-'KQV unror Nrcky Stufano dresses up Rudy for the Snow Whlte Ball Nlcky states that Uncle Sam has a nrte new sunt wartmg for hxm soon THEY WEAR THESE PROUDLY Naxal and Arr Reserxrsts Ray Young Bob Grenler B111 Chew Donald Hamel and Daxe Peterson are a real smart challenge to that old saw, 'T'1ere's somcthmg about .1 soldier Keen, aren t they 3 If - ' Q , 1 C 5 , A' ' T eifefizxy- .S b I . . ll I ! Y! - . . I. . . . 1 V ' ,' V , A y GYM JAMS Our tradltlonal donkey basketball game had nts usual casualtles of bumps and lumps Moral nes er trust a mule' SHALL I PLUCK HIM NOW? The semor decoratmg committee pauses to llsten to Mlml Cerroms vttttnclsm They fimshed on tlme thougm A scene at the Hop. Music hath its charms and so have pretty girls as is evidenced here. ENCHANTED MOMENTS INTERMISSION AND FOOD ,,.. Clder and doughnuts at the Student Councxl dance are dnspensed by Placne DlFllllPPO and Don Brown Countmg the doughnuts boys? I as T me 'il k"5 , x f f " v' ' 1 o 101 THE SOCIAL SIDE TILL I WALTZ AGAIN WITH YOU The Chcerlcaders Dance rs always a popular yearly affarr I XVAS VUALTZING WITH MY DARLING Dance shows up the pretty dccormons WHEN XY E RE DANCINC Belou At the Football Dance our boys cut good a figure on the floor as on the field DANCING IN THE DARK Exeryone seems to be hax mg a good trme at the Band Dance whrch another annual socral JITBII' O HAPPY DAY Belou It s the Sophomore Hop but the Sophomores seem to be dorng all the talk mg Good musrc good food and good fellowshrp msure a good txme for all at our dances 5 . R . y , C. L CK Il ,, Q s . C . P ' l y 15 D! I f A This shot of the Senior f. f P , A . li' .. , , I I " f I . . 1 pq' , V - ' w , , y VN ' Y. I Q l 102 ARTS AND CRAFTS IT S AN ART TO TWIRL AN ART TO WHIRL' NPH Malorettes add charm to our band Cute and coy they are Ann Bastnanellr skates wnth a guest RoseMar1e Imondn oan Lanm Margaret Chabot Elsre Racuo and at the Semof Roller Skating Party Dall Plante at Barber 5 JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT CRAFTSMEN Ernest Cabfal flght 15 3 membef gf fhL1S gaining I'1'lLlCl'l Valllable CXPCUCHCC Metal Craft one of the many busx gan Thorpe lower left 53115 nesses of jumor Achzevement the leather product to Chrrstrne Bean enterpnses Here students sell Dall Plante and Mane Crnamr stock manufacture and retarl fstandmgj check the personal products and drvrde the profits rzed cards of therr company THIS REQUIRES A STEADY HAND' THESE 140014 PERFECT THIS IS REALLY A BARGAIN 10 Y , . 1 l' fi J , , 3 teen-age counterpart of adult land. Lower right: Anna Cantone, 9 - . N X - - ' Y 7 - 5 fl ,l ' ' u 5 A t I A l Q I A ' 3 THE SENIOR PLAY OF 53 BUT SOMEBODY STOLE MY CLOTHES' Mr Tucker clad 1n a barrel bemoans the loss of h1s garments EVERYTHING SEEMS O K ' Paula Burhoe, Elaxne Clottr, Pat Golde, Emlly Lever, and Huber Butterheld keep a crxtlcal eye on the stage BY XWILBUR BRAUN Drrected by DONALD LIEBHERR THE CAST Txllxe Trask CAunt Tlllre Emnly Lexer Luclnda Talbot Natalle D1Ponte Pamela Marsh Louxse L W1llard LIZZIC Parsons Patrlcu A uanstrom Ellen Neeland Patricia Golde Roland Howland Emrllo Cerrom Luther Lorrrmer Huber E Butterfield Charlne One Lung john A Notte Mrs Tlllle Tucker Paula R Burhoc Dr Hatt1e Bmg Barbara A Schenck PLACE The entlre action of the play takes place 1n the hung room of Aunt T1ll1e Trasks Country home near a smart Summer resort TIME The Present SYNOPSIS Act One Noon of a day rn une Act Two A few Minutes later Act Three Late afternoon of the same day ATEN ARE SUCH CONNIVING LREATURES' .il LIZZIC Parsons and Pamela Marsh dnscuss the relatne merits of the male I Q ' 4' ' ' ' 5 ...................... E ' H ' ' '- 5 ...................... , MerX'in Tucker .... Arnolcl A. Sarazen . 1 ' J i ' . l- . 1.-,xv A V .li A T. 104 THE SENIOR PLAY OF 53 Sfzge Tetbmlzzzu Vmcent Corsl Chnzmmn Adrxen Angell Peter A Lexa Ronald N I.aPlante Roger NIOFIH Franlt P Sgambato Promplef Bernardmo IDIIOIIO Pm erllel Commzflee Rosemarle Vacca Cbfznmuz Elame Cxottn Robert A Grenxer Ufherf Robert A Angell Gloria M jancllo Dolores M Barone H G1lbertKc15hle Theresa A Bolsxert Carol A LaCro1x Madcllne E Colando Henryj Inppacher Placndo D1F1l1ppo Carole A Rogler Bernard DeFusto ean B Roy Elame F Dodge Ada Sgambato Shxrley L Fax reau joseph A Testa BUT I WANT TO SEE MR TUCKER Ellen Neeland emphasxzes her demand to Roland Howland and Pamela Marsh ME COOKEE FLIED LICE' Charlle One Lung arrnes on the scene to practxce hls culmary art YOU HAVE THOUGHT OE GETTING MARRIED? Luther Lornmer qulzzes Roland Howland about Chlna and Marriage I 1 5 "hz 'Y Y . Q., Jr. hm .I - ' 4 . ' , ' -' 1 y . I . 'W 'Hn' I 1 ? L V it . If . 4, in 105 ADVERTISEMENTS I P lcgk Hi' fgffownqg vmg- Pages". pm jb5 A FRIEND AL AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS PATRONS D PATRON ESSES JOHN ALELLO FRANCIS E ALLIN A ANDREOZZI HERBERT ANGELL JR WM J AURELLJO H BARGAMIAN DOMENIC BARONE RALPH BECKETT HARRY BEDRICK BLANCHE M BERNARD MR AND MRS EUCLIDE BOISVERT MRS WILLIAM BOLAND MR AND MRS PAUL E BURHOE MRS LILLIAN BULLON MR AND MRS CLYDE L BROWN MRS ROGER BUCKLESS MR AND MRS DAVID CALDWELL MRS VERA CAMBIO MR AND MRS SAM CARDARELLI MR AND MRS GUIDO CASALI MRS FLORA CATHERS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS EMILIO CERRONI E CHEW WM CHIAVERINI O B CI-IRISTIANSEN PAUL CIOTTI HAROLD CLARK WILLIAM COLANDO AND MRS IRVING A COOK AND MRS RALPH CORBESERO AND MRS FRANK A CORRENTE RALPH COSSOCK MR AND MRS B CROSSMAN SR RALPH D CUCULO AND MRS FRANK DE FELICE AND MRS ANTHONY DE FUSCO JAMES DI FILIPPO AND MRS NICHOLAS DI FILIPPO MRS ANNA DIIORIO MR AND MRS JOSEPH DI PONTE MR AND MRS JOSEPH DI PINA MR AND MRS KARL S DODGE MR AND MRS WILLIAM DOUTHWAITE EILEEN AND ROSE MR AIND MRS LEO FAVREAU DR AND MRS H F FERGUSON MR AND MRS WILLIAM FERRY MR AND MRS J ALBERT FRASER EDWARD T GALLIGAN MRS VICTORIA E GOFF MR AND MRS E GOLDE GREENVILLE BARBER SHOP JOSEPH GRENIER AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AND MRS AIND MRS WM HAMEL LEO HARRINGTON LOLIS HARRINGTON R W HARRIS VINCENT HICKEY MRS MARY HOWARTH MR AND MRS LEO JACKSON MR AND MPS VINCENT JANELLO MR. . 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Bllllll R COMPANY Known wherever there are Schools and Colleges Class Rnngs and Pans Personal Ca rds Club Insngnna Medals and Trophues Represented by TOM GALVIN L G Balfour Company Attleboro Mass 110 C O Commencement Invitations -- Diplomas PICKTHALL S, Inc DODGE and PLYMOUTH Sales and Servlce WATERMAN AVENUE PHONE CENTREDALE 1 5515 GREYSTONE RHODE ISLAND YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DEALER BY LOCAL PEOPLE PIR 111 Tal Ia 50120 rl,-XML! H i-IOWIII' Breed of Hlgh Grade Boston Terriers Ia 51611 HENIIEBSUN HARDWARE C0 Hardware, Pamts, Electrlcal Supplles Kitchen Furnlshlngs F Ufffom IVOP 266 MINILRAI SPRING AVE Pawtucket R I 112 '. ' . .- C' u , r r x r ' ' S 20 sczH0oL s'1'Rr:m' PAWTUCKET, R. I ' . .-C b . . . . Vet: rznarzan Dzvzszon 11u0 BRO XDW X1 FX 12887 CA 12880 apaldl Bros Constructlon 0 Publzc Works Contractors 278 SILVER SPRINT STREET Provldence 4 R I 115 o - Q , New York 16, New York 0 0 0 0 Compliments of ANTHONY F. MATRUMALU 25 BROWN AVENUE CENTREDALE R CE 1 5530 TUIRNIER S MINIATURE GOLI' COURSE and ICE CREAM PARLOR HOMEMADE ICE CREAM Woodx llle R I 114 I Y MINERAL SPRIINI AVENUE ILURAC CUMPANY 97 JOHNSTON STRFVI Tools Dzes Fmdzngs Weslerlmqh Cleansers lrzrlzcular Work I artzcular People Cleanzng Presszng Shzrts laundered I7 and Heating Supply Co STATE LICENSED PLUMBERS HEATING-DRAIN LAYING 1969 SMITH STREET X LILCONE MICHAEL ROSSI T G 1.37K li I- 519 ' Estimales Given 1221, SNIITIH mm NURTH PROVIDENCE PLUMBING 1 '. for J - , , K 4 CenIredale, R. I. T Wh I' D H3011 J- ,t , , - , 115 A FRIEND C1117 fI1IIl aclsuna ll! IIURIIIHIIDIEHIIIIUUE SHUI' 1911 QMITH QTRLFT NorthI'row1denr'c R I forezgn and U S Stamps Ran Autographs BIIRBERS SKIITELIIND ROLLER SKATING Fr: Sat Evenings 7 30 to 10 30 Qunday Aftemoons 1 30 to 4 15 Geor lavxlle Rhode Island Take Esmond Bus GREENVIIIE IRIISI CUMPANY GREENVILLE R I Branch 0fIice 1991 SMITH STREET CENTREDALE, R. I I . -if UI- I' 1.1 d yr TY 'l , J, . . China, Class, Lamps, Silver, I lr a Awe K , . . llf Dr Albert C PICOZZI Dentist 1062 CH XRLES STREET North Proudence R I Office Hours 95 PA 34448 Fwenm s by Appt C E l -7835 JI-ICKS HUTO SALES Used Cars Bought Xl Sold 386 GEORGE WATERMAN RD Johnston 9 R I John A D1Lorenzo ,Ir BRO -XD STREET Pawtucket R I Rhode Island s Bzggest Selectzon 0 Young Hu Fashzons at Young Budgetwzse Przces GAMWELL 81 INGRAHAM Inc Dependable Insurance sznce 1904 1612 INDUSTRIAL TRUST BLDC Provldence R I CA I 9800 Modern All Risk Insurance Protection or ur Pamtm s Jewelry Tapestrles Antlques Works of Art an I'1ner Thmgs of Speclal Value . . . . O O I ew mfg Jace ,gore ' ' . f: F S mg 9 - f V, 1 ' 1 dvi- 117 Compliments of If 11pl'nwnIs of A Fllli 0 ILIEO CARI IIN WH Uffce Res Candy C Jurt I a I L3 P ov 1 140141110 ANTHUNY EHILLI 1' 5 MMM 50 All ne! Plumbmg Kc Heatmg Engineers 409 New IIldl1SlI'l31 Trust A0 Proudence R I Bulldl g lroudmnce R I PA 26179 118 . -198 No. . I. I. O OI' l . . . W! Cwwfmf af law 160 LRBAN AVENUE . .n 3 1' 2 , . . A h' C omplzments 0 MICHAEL S BEAUTY SALUN Halr Stylmg Mr and Mrs okn .24 We e A1108 Bldg Room 703 Provldf-new R LL 1 6500 I W, Kelley aim, fee Cream Co Inc Mmm 1195 DOUGLAS AVENUE 103 DIKF STREET INo th Prox dence Rhode Isla d Provldence R I J J OATEa ll? ' f q I . D O 0 . J o , ro 'iff' ' , W, . I. MA 1-1466 ' ' HI :. C I J Uapitol 11171 Marais Inc 27 SMITH SIRI1I4T 311 SOCIAL STRI' ILT CI pl' , f Howard F Ferguson D V M DONATELLI CONSTRUCTIIIN C0 11618 COTTACV AVENUE NORTH PROVIDENCE' R I 19521 HENRY S SERVICE SIAIIUN I Q . 5 1 I " I I Providence R. I. O , I l U W I k t R. I. T . - 9 O R 81 F ,l 0'l General Contractors ange ue I S Repairs 81 Road Service I ' "Cl, ' R. I. Compliments of GREY T0 E CA H MARKET GREYSTONE R I C pliments of INDUSTRIAL PLATIIV6' WMPANY Greystone R 5 Prudential Investment Corporation 1066 CHARLES STREET North Provxdence Rhode Island C3!,gl'l'lClllJUL K ompan Sal a d D spl y Room KANMAK TEXTILES INC 417 PIIVIH AX ENLE New Iork Cnty New York I. I.-X 5-1313 IA .-V9 , f e ' C 5 N th P 'dence-, Rhode I I d S 5 I 1-1 'Il-I. ICI. 3-3020 CompUnwnm1j Ferncrest Motors, Inc InZ6S'NII1IISIIIIIII nI1I II Rmflfm A Frlend Inur I nmmunztx llzulwn Dealrr In ule IH Sure INISURANIF .7 one Zvlwfage ELIVIII R 'I' REALTY We IIQIIXGI SOD X to you! IIome0n1fr,uIa1 .Iobl PH S I O11 A Pncy In 1 cdc a mud ai you wmh fmm J Ilflllll faxm 910 CQIVIITH STRI IT W0 111 poszt on 11011195 AT MVP II AVI NUI Nedl Irov foII1g,f I0 IXINDI' SIRI I T ence 0243 122 - T' .H ' 'I 'I I Nc ' I 'rm'irI -n wc, I1 I- SIU I . KY Y . A - , I1.l'I7I5 5 - ' S 1 Le IQ 0. f 2 ','. , ,- ' , 'fd " t . sc:I1f'cIuIe + All yvar service. Ag I2 'I 'sf ss ' 2 5 ' 1 ' If dv s I' ' 's. A il I I , -' M X.. A 11 14 .' ' ' . I :ff , , , 4. 4. I'rm'icI fx, II. I. El.I-"4 Ba wa 0V6'l'f0ll 1 AMBASSADUH INN Where 0001! Will l1'e1g111 f,'11111p11'1111'11Is of A F rlend 9 PEEPTCAD KEN NELS ll XHNIUNH RU XD M0111 rn BOHFIIIHQH Kennels l The D0ggl6 Shoppe lllllll 11 0 11H5p111fs 'flfllllllflt' incl tlzrzr face sorzfa and Supplz 92 BRUXU SIRINI I I mtufkzl 9 0 If . 'rl 1' 1. S1-11. I-33111 VH- 2-'1-313 . ,' I IS f 1' 'li-If . ' . I' A ' ' F , .' 'z ' ' ' Hzllpl Harris 1-5 UUFFESU ANU SUN Tqdol Statfon 2086 'VIINI RXI SI RIM KX HNII I 712 THE HILLSIDE C O T T A CE Luncheonette 1860 MINERAL SPRING AVENUE PEED AL ERVICE Henry Hedge Sylvester Vllla Automoblles and Trucks New Used 1798 SMITH STREET North Provxdence Rhode Island CF 1 5180 Nnghts PA 6 9064 UN 1 7031 24 Hour Towmg Servzce MIDTOWN AUTO BODY BODY AND FENDER WORK Auto Repalrmg 8: Auto Pamtmg 1063 CHARLES ST No Provxdence R I. -I 0 . ,, It I .vW. 'ff' I 1 I . J 1 1 7 1 A 1 North I'rm'idf-nee, Rhode IsIand 0 Ice Cream . ll . -3 H' . II - ' Qs ,. ., . Cornplzmerzfs o NORTH PROVIDENCE DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE Complzments PHILIP W BIIIIIINE EV!-INS PIPE EU W pI"0UlJeI'lCe Jxfgf, ,s140.,f Cllaent EGL' el' Monahan SOUND SALES 81 SERVICE LO Indus! al Com unuat ons I stall I Re a g a te a I I AIN II I D Wlctor Cua ole RAY 81 EDDIE S 1025 CLUB Raw Beckett am I' Idle Leo ard ' f ' Of I g f I , I . , , ,, Ia. I-HSSII ri m 'H I n a ions 1 p irin NI in n nve or :mars jr' ' SI. Johnston, II. I. i I' 1" S ,4 ' I 125 PARAMOUNT TAILORS Sr CLEANSERS OPP. TOWN HALL Centre-dale Compliments of A FRIEND Pa 21960 WILLIAM J AURELLIO N0 Prov Buick Representative B A DARIO CO Pa 5 8999 RUSSO BROTHERS Wholesale Paper and Candy 470 472 MAIIN ST Pawtucket R I Emergency Ce l 9753 ALA Seruce INGHAM S SUNOCO SERVICE Relnable Repairing No fob Too Small 1885 SMITH STREET Centredale R I Complzments o BARE ROCK BEVERAGE CO Manufacturers of Callfornla Orange NFSBI'I'l'S DOUGLAS CHEMICAL COATIN GS IN Lacquers Thlnners Synthetlcs DOUGLAS PIKE SMITHFIELD R T Everett Souther C FERRARA Sz RICCI General Contractors Bulldmgs Stonewalls Sidewalks 20 BROOKSIDE AVE 'NO PROV 66 Clemence St Cranston R I 126 ,- ' f 9 Ce. I-6888 Res. Ra. l-0979 Ce. I-9374 Te. 1,1391 PL 15371 GIJIDOS LIQUOR INC Beer Wines Liquor 572 CHARI PS ST Proxldence 4 R I NORTH PROV TRANSPORTATION LINES Chartered Busses LL S 2100 PA 68997 JOSEPH M TAYLOR CORP Construetlon Equlpment 1 TAY I OR DRIVE 19 71 DELUCA S Gulf Servlce Station COR DOUCI AS 8. 'VIINFRA1 SPRINT AV RILEY S FILLING STATION Feor 1av1lle R I Texaco Gasoline and O11 Norwalk Fisk Lee Tires CE I 1916 NORTH PROV DENTAL LABORATORY 1977 SMITH STREET Centredale R I Dental Plates Repalred ln 3 hrs Dental Plates S45 O0 New Plates from Old Le 19715 NORM S ESSO SERVICENTER 1953 SNIITH STRFET No Provldence R I Great Team for Smooth Rldmg Esso Fxtra Gasolme and Motor Oil Norman Cabral Irop 0 Resulence DE 1 0967 TE 1 3901 EL I 2677 BELL ELECTRIC CO Wxnng for Light 81 Power 24-0 PINE STREET Provldence R I 1 9 , . . '. , . . EL Z- 8 . , . , 7 ' Y v - ' ' . I A ' . . 4 I 1 IH. East Providence, R. I. No, Providence, R. I. 9 . 1 I , . . l ' I , . . . five ' s . vl ' 4 . A ' I . , . . . , . o T I - , . 127 Compliments of NORTH PROVIDENCE KANE'S DRUG STORE O AUTO BODY 2022 SMITH STREET Centredale, R. I. MANTON SUPER MARKET 540 MANTON AVENUE TE 1 94-44 Free Delwery WE SFLL MFAT THAT GRANDMA CAN EAT C,,,,,p,e,e ,me 0 PROVIDENCF 2, RHODE ISLAND Meats GTOCCTICS Frozen Foods ROSSI S Auto Body Shop Specuzlzzmg Ln Rebulldmg and Wrecks Body and Fender Work Seat Covers 10 HUMBERT STREET Lymansvnlle R I WIGWAM SPORTCENTER 1163 CHARLES STREET North Provldence R I PA 5 0149 I 0904 24 Hour Service CENTRE DINER 1935 SMITH ST IXO Proudence R I CENTRE LUNCH Ceorgje Chalko Manager II7 BROAD STRI' FT Proudence R I NEIGHBORHOOD MARKET Quallty Foods Free Delwery 1856 SMITH STREET No Provxdence R I . f a l 9 CIC - CE 1-7085 I . I' , . . . 128 LOIIIIIZITIIGIIIS 0 GENEVA VOLLNTEER FIRE C0 Inc AUST S MARKET IYNIANSXII 11 791 SLLLY S CLEANSERS wZ ADNIIRAI ST 1I'0Xll'1PIlCC R I U 1 rx Ser Sth AVENUE TAILOR s Cleanszng and 4lteratz0ns 1 9721 GREEN ORCHID 12 noon to 1 AM Featurmc, Dlxxeland Band an .Iam Sessxons on Sunday Afternoons 1175 SMITH STREET Centredale R I I mnpllnzf 1115 0 CREYSTONE SPA XYAFIRNILXN -XYPNLI' rex tone R FRUIT HILL PHARMACY David L Duck, Reg Phar 1538 SMITH STREET North Provldence R I 3110 GENERAL MILLS nc Farm Servlce Store Feeds Farm Supplies Seeds 7 PUTN ANI -XYPNL1' Qentredale Rhode 11.11141 129 9 - T! Y - L ., . 1. as A ' 'a - a, rg". lla . A J . l"f!'f' l'I.l'f' J' ." l'I.l' Banquets - Showers - Weddings ' org 1 , 1. Y' 7 . - F. d- U fs , . I. , . . Ile. 1-F . . , I . . - - , , 7 . , . 1 , . . . . S ' fall Cf- I 1520 from6 to 7 pm 'I HOIVIAS SOLLECITO Plaster and Stucco Contractor I0 IIIIAI ST I ox 1 Ce I5472 FOSTER S SERVICE STATION 1 fx11NU11 Pllxl- or a11II1 O ll RPSIdPHLf 1 1 RICHARD E FRANK CO In su rance Manager os R I 6 7111 1151011 4Ilfl nnas Sf fl zce ALDRICH S ZOII SMITH STREET North Prowdcnce H I ll c slznghousc 41IpllllIlCLS I 7890 SALVADORE TOOL 81 FINDINGS INC Jewelry Fmdmgs 569 IOUNTAIN STRIPT PTOVICIFIICC 5 R I I 2900 I 2901 EDWARDS MFG CO INC 219 IOUIXTAIN STRFET fliearj Pros ldCHCC 3 Rhode IsIand 9769 I4-612 B n B NITE CLUB Floor Shows Every Nlte 2 Shows Nrtely Mlghael J Fern II75 -XTWOOD AVE Irop Johnston R I S 9u77 CARRARA S 95 11 OONASQI ATUCKET AVE North Proudvnce R I Wluslc and Entertainment Every Saturday Nate I ,. .. T-I. ,. -. 9 No. Ir '., H. I. GP III 'l X R- I- -11: ' , Ce. --137 I' ' " ' Ca. -I555 I'II. -21241 g. if . f O I 7 J. Frank Kdehler 30-40 DUKE ST. gf, W- 3 Pr 1, . I. A ' I III1. -75-589 Un. I- Ja. , 7 , D . ., . , . Tv. I- EI. - El' L, 1' so 9 as A J . I ' A . I 130 COMMUNITY THEATRE CEINTREDALE RHODE ISLAND Complzments 0 THE STRAND THEATRE PROVIDENCE R 1 PA 6 9876 LEFEBVRE'S GULF SERVICE Complete Service For Your Car Harold Lefebrve 1100 CHARLES STREET No Provndence R I 865151651516 Ce 16400 CENTRE CAB Prompt Courteous Servlce 1954- SMITH STREET Centredale R I TOWN COUNTRY HANAWAY S PHARMACY Prescnpuons a Specuzlty 675 SMITH STREET Providence R I Harduare Electrzcal Supplies I aznls Tools MARIEVILLE HARDWARE 1050 'Vllneral Spring Avenue No Provndence R I PA 5 2155 Louns Bllotta Res PA 29183 1 . , . . . if . ig Z, 'norm N 6 ww wma.: Qig, . , . . . , . . 9 , . . . . A . , . . , . . ' THE CREYSTONE SOCIAL CLUB NEW YORK SYSTEM CENTREDALE R 1. f- 1 P172 SULLIVAN S WINF 8z LIQUOR STORF 1299 lN MAIN STRFFT c THE ALLENDALE CO 494- WOONASQUATUCKET AVE Allendale Centredale 11 R I 1 YVETTE S PASTRY SHOP ROLAND S PKG STORE CRFENVILLE AVENUE BANSPACH BROTHERS Wholesale Bakers We special: e ln Bread and Rolls 114 DELAINE STREET Provld ce R I 5 5696 DI TROIA RADIO 81 TELEVISION Sales and Service Elect omc Sound 13 KNIGHT STREET Pro lde ce 9 R I PA 6 94-80 MARIEVILLE DRUG COMPANY C M3.SCl0 Ph C Reg Pharnwczst Corner of MINERAL SPRING AVENUE AND CHARLES STREET Mar ev1lle R I W e a e as near to you as your telephone D.. -,A a Ta 44 Providen 0, R.I. , - - Ce. -9715 v Sz a . .Z . A 1 1 Greenville R. I. ' en , . . El.,l-I . r . 'r 1 i ' , . . v n , . . is r -99 132 Bus Tel I-I 5 S75 EDDIE S DRUG STORE VICTOR AUTO ELECTRIC Prescriptions 910 NIANTON AXFVUE Tom DeFel1ce l5-24 SMITH ST Proprzetor No Prox R I Manton R l RHODES ON THE PAWTUXET SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Damng RORFRT FRFNIFR Ires HOBFRT SAI VATORE V Pres NMRII YN 'NIATRUMAI 0 Sw NATALII DI PONTE Treas WCIIIIGSCIHYS an Saturdays 1' or Succesa Jf91Wliet RHODE ISLAND S LARGEST STORE GREYSTONE MOTORS INC 228 XXATI RMAN AVI' NUF 1 tone R I CF 19737 Rhode Island s Largest CENTREDALE GARAGE General Auto Repalrmg Road and Battery Service COLONIAL 1246 1260 'NORTH 'NIAIN ST lrovndencc I Rhode lmland Oldsmoblle Dealer PLTNAM AVENUE Centredale R I Max Botun IIC 35 . I. :'9t a . . V., . . . I I 4 I 41 4 q . . . 4 1 . . , , I ? . rl , - . . , . Best Wishes I W . N I, , . Gr-ys ,, . l. - ,. . Ga. l-9581 5 . T , I . ' 4 4' n J - , A . Y I , . . A , I l PA 2 6169 WfILLIAM VARON E Real Estate Re presentmg MERCHANTS REALTY CORP PANT EX CLEANSERS and LAUNDERERS 3 Hour Cleanmg Servlce 1959 SMITH ST 48 Hour Shzrt Servzce 693 PARIS AUTO SERVICE General Auto Repairing Tlres Batterles ACCCSSOIIES 883 CHARLES ST No Provxdence R I CE 1 6232 CENTREDALE MOTOR SALES Pontlac Sales and Service 26 PUTVAM AVENUE Johnston R I 3924 HARTLEY COMPANY INC Heating Equipment 2259 MIINERAL SPRING AVE Centredale R I CE 15915 1 6639 Prompt Service ARTHUR I WIN SOR EXCAVATING GRADING 81 CRANE SERVICE 397 ANGELL ROAD North Provxdence R I 39 891 CELONA'S Servlce Statlon., Inc Complete Automotive and Road Servnoe Corner MINERAL SPRING and DOUGLAS AVENUES North Provxdence R I PA 69377 ZACCAGNINI S PASTRIES W e Specwlzze In Cakes For All Occasions 1027 MINERAL SPRING AVE No Provxdence R I 385 ADMIRAL STREET Providence R. I ' o PA - 17 , ' I EL Q U Coal - Coke - Fuel Oils - . . - CE - . EL - a 134 CA 1 5262 1062 CHARLES ST PA 5 8754 Prov R EDMUND A BALDI Attorney at Law 1712 INDUSTRIAL TRUST BLDG Provldence R I CHRISTIAN SEN S DAIRY ALFRED BRODEUR General Merchandise Grocenes Meats Frults Vegetables GREENVILLE R I 1 0304- R 57 RICCI S MARKET ualnty Meat and Groceries Fresh Frunt and Vegetables 10 EMANUEL STREET Lymansvzlle R I Self Service AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Wet Wash Drymg Servzce Dry Cleamng 1099 CHARI ES STREET 'North Providence K I WALKER S MARKET 0 Grocenes 0 Meats 0 Produce 0 Vanetles 1395 DOUGLAS AVENUE No Provldence R I 14511 LA TOUR BROS Flonsts Prompt Delwery Servzce 0 Funeral Deslgns 0 Plants and Corsages PA 5 94941 BERETTA S PHARMACY 1084 CHARLES ST Marlevx Ile Drugs Fountam Cosmetics . Weddmg Bouquets Baby Goods and Tobacco 1969 SMITH STREET PfeSC"P'wM Centredale R I Camfully Fllled - N. ., . 1. ' 9 . Y co. CE 1- 93 , a ' ' Q a u CE - - . El, 3-9884 Free Delivery 9 CE - . , 9 135 FRUIT HILL CAFE 1535 SMITH STREET North Provndence R I PETE and .IOHN FOLEY Compliments o DR E A RICCI PA 6 9120 DOCS VARIETY STORE Your Local P X 1067 CHARLES STREET MHTICVIIIC R I 197 HIGHWAY LOUNGE 1838 SMITH STREET Centredale R I 900AM IOOPM Meats Crocenes F rants Vegetables Frozen Foods Ice Cream 1394 DOUGLAS AVENUE North Provndence R I EL s 2616 ALCO FOOD MARKET Meats Groceries Fruits Vegetables Frozen Foods 1541 SMITH STREET No Provxdence R I Free Delnvery 1 6200 ACE HARDWARE CO Hardware Wall Paper Electrical F zxtures KYANIZE- Vamxshes and Enamels 12 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I CONN 0LLY'S CENTREDALE PHARMACY Where Your Patronage E3 A ppreczated' 2030 SMITH STREET Centredale R I ' f O 'Jr' - CE . 23 9 . , . . FOTARSKY'S MARKET CE . 136 CARANCPS AND SONS BAKERY I2 ATLANTIC AVENUE No Provldence R I Compliments of Mr and Mrs JAMES L TUCKER Greenvllle R I E R COLE RADIO sf TELEVISION 303 PUTNAM AVENUE Smnhfield R I Complzments o DSIS Screw Products Co 58 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I DANIEL S VAUGHN Mnlk and Cream Greenulle Rhode Island GOOD LUCK from THE WOMEN S AUXILIARY o the Geneva Fire Co , Inc BREAD and PASTRY BORRELLI S BAKERY W e Speczaltze In Weddmg and Bxrthday Cakes 1894 SMITH STREET No Provldence R I CE I 4-4-18 I6l THEIN ERT HOUSE For Convalescents PLEASANT VIEW AVENUE GreenvIlle Rhode Island Mrs Charles H Thelnert Owner Manager Hydrotherapy Treatments Vzsztors Welcome 1 Q .. ' p . u . ' f ' o . 9 O PUTNAM AVENUE f CE - 93 9 0 137 Cum plirnvnls of Compliments of KIRBY1S CAFE '23 SWEET'S HARDWARE EL 3-9889 MORRISSEY'S OIL SERVICE 1620 MIIXILRAL SPRING AVE 0 P den e CREYSTONE HARDWARE RADIO TELEVISION V DEFRANCISCO 164 WATERMAN AVENUE .I B FOCARTY 81 CO Shoes 8 Dry Goods- 2001 SMITH STREET Centredale, R I WINKLEMAN 8: F INKLESTEIN Clothmg Furnlture lly Me chand s 4t Lou r P lces 14100 CE 14101 72 gf KIMBALUS RADIO 81 TELEVISION H WATPRNIAN AWENUL C tedale R l VILLAGE PIZZARIA 2197 MINERAL SPRING AVE Centredale R I T to P S c alts CE 1 9744 to tak 0 O V E LY s I - Y N . rovi c , R. l. ' v Qua 1' r I e . 'e r' CE - - CE I- I 1 T.V. Installation Kr Service , . . 'Q J ' ' ' A oma ies our ,Q-n r , . . PP I ,' - Orders put up 6 ut 158 Complzments FRED S TAVERN GLADDING'S One o New Englands Finest Stores Complzments MAC S DINER DOUGLAS PIKE Smlthfield R I Ill 7 E C WINSOR F fl!!-I and Dazry Products Wmsor Farm. Greenville, R I ROYLAND S SERVICE STATION PISATL RO MOTOR SALES Complete Lubrlcatwn, and Auto Accessorzes 79 PUTNAM AVENUE Gramtevllle R I CE I 9776 1896 SMITH STREET INorth Proudence R I GA 1 2146 7 H CARR 81 SONS INC Latlxmg 8: Plastermg Contractors 36 EXCHANGE PLACE .5 EL DEE Furniture Company uallty Furniture Priced Right Larry Berube M M Drury 2193 MINERAL SPRIING AVE Centredale I1 R I 139 . of 9 'Yi f ' ' ' of lf -945 , O I 0 a . Servicing - CE 1- '90 0 g 0 -- Q , . .T PA 2-6169 ANTHONY SCOTTO General Sheet Metal Work and Plumbmg 61 GARFIELD STREET No Provldence R I DR. WM. H. D'ABBRACCIO Dentist 2101 MINERAL SPRING AVE Centredale R I BALDI S TAVERN 940 Mmeral Sprung Avenue PA 6 9891 We cater to Weddings Showers Banquets an Parties Floor Shows Saturday Nlghts Dante Balch Prop HAMILTON S ICE CREAM Made Dolly on the Premzses Large Assortment o Flavors 56 WATERMAN AVENUE Centredale R I F S AVENIA SIGN CO Neon Sign and Servnce All Types of Commercial Signs North Provldence R I PA 3 4292 INSTANTWHIP Inc Made with daxry fresh cream 881 CHARLES ST No Providence R I 1 5209 E M LATHAM 8: SON General Electric Radxos and Applxances 2220 MINERAL SPRING AVE Centredale R I TELEVISION Days PA 6 9091 Nights UN 1 9375 JAMES COCCIA C 8i D AUTO BODY 81 RADIATOR WORKS Cars Painted and Refinlshed 24- Hour Towing Service 1363 MINERAL SPRING AVE 1No Provxdence R l 140 O 9 . . , . d 1 I . . , . 474 WOODWARD ROAD , CE - : , T- I , - ' - . . , . Compliments o DR EUGENE RICCI Compliments o CHESTER F LEES FAIR OAKS 1835 MINERAL SPRING AVE No Proudence R I 39880 ELITE CLEANSERS INC Mann Oflice and Plant 1520 SMITH STREET No Providence R I GILLEN S Gasoline Oils and Creasmg 1179 CHARLES STREET PA 6 9642 LOUIE S TAVERN and American Food PLEASANT VIEW AVENUE SPRAGUEVILLE Smlthfield R I Route 5 oil 44 ERNIE S MARKET Fresh Meals Fish and Poultry Store Hours Mon to Thurs 9 to 6 Fri 9to8 Sat 9to6 GREENVILLE AVENUE Greenville R I EL 3 3350 NOTARANTONIO BROS I Ford Sales and Service General Repmrmg 1703 MINERAL SPRING AVE North Providence R I NC f f ..-k- it- EL - -- . 1- . 7.1. , 9 ST Specializing in Italian 141 El. 1-6804 WESTERLEIGH MARKET 1218 SMITH STRFFT NORTH PROVIDENCE POLICE ASSOCIATION 2008 SMITH STRI' FT d C171 TERCAT TOOL 81 DIE 82 CFDAR STRFFT pe! COMMUNITY SERVICE MARKET Edward AVCCIISIHII Ma age 1 2741 HILLTOP MOTORS Selected Used Ca s Open 9 to 9 DF 10121 J A POSTER CO ,Iewele s 1876 69 DORRANCE STRFI T e JOSEPH DI PONTE INC Mason contractor 525 FRUIT HILL AVENUE th I' o de ce R WESTERLEIGH PHARMACY 121f SMITH STR1 FT rod Alfred Giordano Ph C Reg st d Pluz Centre ale 11, R. I. Ia. Com lim n s of CO. Providence, R. I. -k- ,n r Te. 1 - J ' 160 RANDALL STREET r , , 1 r Since Providenc , R. I. , . 1 . I 1 C P vi ence Nor r vi n , . I. 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